New Bedford High School - Crimson Log Yearbook (New Bedford, MA)
- Class of 1985
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The Crimson Log l85 is dedicated to the faculty, staff,
and students of New Bedford High School. Through
the combined efforts of everyone at our school, New
Bedford High School became one of the three Mas-
sachusetts secondary schools selected to receive na-
tional honors. The excellence award which was pre-
sented to NBHS was symbolic of the many years of
tradition dedicated to excellence. Everyone in the
NBHS family has shown this dedication to the tradi-
tional values which have made our school worthy of
the honors bestowed upon her. Although we have
faced problems, there always has been an awareness of
the traditional values which keep NBI-IS on top. As
the Class of '85 leaves, we thank everyone who contrib-
uted to the atmosphere of excellence and dedication
at our school. It is this dedication which will be trea-
sured forever by every student of our outstanding
A sense of our past allows us to look brightly to
SENIORS ........ ..... 1 8
We finally made it! After four years of hard
work, we are ready to become graduates of New
Bedford High School.
SPORTS ............... 82
The Whalers gave it all they had this season and
came out winners.
AWARD SECTION. . . 113
As the Class of '85 prepares to say goodbye, we
remember a school of which we will always be
ACTIVITIES .......... 130
The diversity of organizations and activities at
New Bedford High encouraged student
involvement and allowed everyone to be part of a
STAFF ................ 184
The staff of New Bedford High School lent
support and encouragement to the Class of ,SS
throughout the year.
New Bedford High School:
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the former Morgan Estate, was ready to be
opened in 1922. In the mid-1950's New
Bedford's third high school was expanded
and was in use until 1972. Today the build-
ing exists as the Paul Rodrigues Adminis-
CRightJ Our present high school, which
was built in 1972, represents over a centu-
ry of tradition. Through the years, New
Bedford High School has grown and de-
veloped its tradition of excellence in edu-
cation, culminating with the presentation
of the Flag of Excellence to our school this
Our city of New Bedford abounds in tradition. From the whalii
industry of the last century to today's fishing and textile industrie
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proud. As the town grew, so did the public education system. Throug
the years, the growing community never neglected the importance
providing a quality education for its young citizens. Since the incc
poration of the town of New Bedford in 1787, the establishment oi
school system was always a major consideration. The history of tl
public education system in New Bedford shows its continuing belief
the high quality of the education for all its people.
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diversified into many types of industries. The whaling
industry in the 1800's brought prosperity and fame to
the city. In fact, by 1857, half the whaleships in the
country were owned by New Bedford, the greatest
whaling port in the world. The "Golden Years" of
whaling, however, ended about 1860 and the expan-
sion of other industries, including cotton manufactur-
ing, fishing, and agriculture began. The fishing indus-
try, in particular, grew rapidly and in a short time,
New Bedford and remains one ofthe largest
fishing ports in This diversification of
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CTop lefty: century, New Bedford's waterfront
has seen the to fishing boats. CFar left! A mural
at N.B.H.S. shows the a whale. CLeftD A scene downtown
shows the progress of CAboveD A view ofa fishing boat as
seen by a special effect lens. Lefth City Hall at its location at
the corner of William and Pleasant Streets. CBelow7 Balloons carry
the spirit of New Bedford to the surrounding area.
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was the sight of many beautiful buildings in the growing city. 4Left7: The
same building before the parking lot.
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Estate, are Matt Tierney, Steve Klakowicz, and Mike Wilcox. !LeftJ: The
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able. However, jeans, alligator shirts, and bandanas continued to be popular fashion
trends among teenagers. Computers topped the trends in fads, along with breakdancing,
cabbage patch dolls, and unisex earrings.
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CLASS OE '85
Leading the class through the various ac-
tivities and events of senior year can be a very
heavy responsibility. This year was no differ-
ent. This group got the class off to agood start
by winning the "Mayor's Trophy" for its entry
during Spirit Week. That was a definite in-
dication of the spirit of this class, After all,
everyone knows you "Come Alive in '85!" f
See you at the reunion in five years! A
CL-RD Pres. Stacey Smith, v.P.
" ' A john D. McKenna, Sec. Nicole
SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE
iAboveD Green Hama' Seated CL-RJ: C. Fleury, S. Pacheco, N. Medeiros 6StandingJ L.
Arnaral, M. Wfiltox, R. L'Italien CBelowJ Tan Ilouyes Seated CLYRJ: S. Klakowicz, A.
DePrato, T. Castro, CStandingJ D. Barton, K. Silva, L. Rubin.
QAboveb Gofd HOHJi6.' Seated CLARD: L. Perron, A. Almeida, iStandingD A, Magalhaes, A
Chereta, T. Duval CBelowJBlz1e Hozziex Seated QL-RJ: M. Girard, S. Medeiros, N. Chomak
4StandingD R. Verville, M. Ribeiro, R, Berthiaume, Mrs. Purcell Cadv.D
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WE NDY LEE
514 Farm St.
"Pooch" Thanks parents for all
their love and support. "Go to
school?" Looks for honest per-
son with good sense of humor.
Won't forget lunch jr. year.
Dreams of getting rich and
going to Hawaii. Hopes for fu-
ture of love.
LINDA M. AGUIAR
'4 Longview Rd.
"Lin" Happiest with Frank.
Cheering and band memorable.
Thanks go to EF., PD.. L.P.
and Mom and Dad. ,luly -lth
great time. Enjoyed time after
comps with friends. Being co-
capt. brings fond memories.
"Oh well? That's life?"
126 Van Buren St.
"Milly" Admires person with a
positive attitude toward life.
"Chill out!" Thanks parents for
the great challenge and Joe for
his moral support throughout it
all. Dreams of visiting Hawaii.
Will remember great friends
met at NBHS.
ll0 Moss St.
"Ang" Likes basketball and
football games. Last day of
school at Horseneck will be re-
membered. Mr. Roscow the
best. Thanks parents and
friends. Will always remember
assembly for excellence award.
Sense of humor appreciated.
PETER M. AGUIAR
S-4 Swan St.
NB. 02- 4 4
Happiest when with friends.
Mr. Taylor tops. Hangs at West
Beach and the Mills. Looks for
positive attitude and friendli-
ness. Embarrassed standing up
at the Excellence Award tere-
mony. Thanks parents for their
l29 Xlfood St.
Can be found with friends at
Horseneck. "Go for it!" Liked
having Mr. Machado for Port.
Special thanks to parents for
support. Dreams of meeting
Rick Springfield and Duran
Duran? Likes a good sense of
humor. Cosmotology in her fu-
JUSTI NIA NO
245 Acushnet Aye.
"Balty" Found on the soccer
field or listening to Creole mu-
sic. Rates NBHS girls as beauti-
ful. Thanks go to Mr. DaGraca,
Mr. Silyeira and his parents.
Dreams of being a pro soccer
player or engineer. Won't
forget pals and NBH staff.
245 Acushnet Ave.
"Z0" Won't forget everything
learned at NBHS. Thanks Mr.
DaGraca, Mrs. Torres and Mr.
Silveira for being helpful.
Would like to enter the field of
law. Great achievement met
when reaching senior year.
Wants to meet people world-
MICHAEL A. RYAN E. AMADO ALDA AMARAL DEBORA AMARAL
AMADO 526 Purchase st. ia wiiufa st. 52 Biiiiafa sf.
526 purchase Stl N.B.022-10 NB. 02'-il NB. 02'46
N-B, 02740 Special thanks to Mom and Dad "Ali" Rates the summer of '82 K'Deb"Time spentin photo with
"Mike" Rates NBHS iifl in the
country. Often found at his girl-
friend's. Enjoyed Mr. Ed's his-
tory class. Thanks go to teachers
and friends. Secret desire to be
pro football player. Being with
girlfriend brings smiles. "Okay,
for support. "Whatls up?" Great
times partying with friends.
Happiest with BM., BS., PG.
and L.G. Hopes to have a future
filled with riches. Won't forget
great friends at NBHS. D.E.
and Mr. Curry favorites.
as ffl. Thanks Ms. Sowa for
putting up with her and Lilly.
Enjoyed class with Mr. Biscari.
Happiest with "sis". Headed for
career as exec. secretary.
"Whatcha doing!" Wont forget
going wrong way on Sawyer St.
Mr. Millette fun. Secret desire
to travel the world. "l donlt be-
lieve thisl" Won't forget being
chased out in the field by Sarg.
Thanks go to parents for their
support. Hopes for a life as a
A NA ISABEL
25 York St.
"Anita" Being with friends and
flirting are tops. Ranks honesty
and humor high. To school for
comp. engineering. Foreign
Lang. Club and yearbook staff
both greatf Thanks parents for
the support. "XY'hat's upfu
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245 Acushnet Ave.
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staff and fun at NBHS. Thanks
Mr. DaGraca, Mr. Silveira and
Mrs. Torres. Dreams of being
great nurse and outstanding
basketball player. Proud of
being a senior. Xvishes to meet
variety of folks world-wide.
105 Bonney St.
"Duran" Thanks parents, Bob,
Adeline, Lynn, Clem, Ms.
Andrade and the Souza's. 'LYou
know!" Future ambition:
Makeup artist and Bob's wife.
Happiness is seeing Duran
Duran or being with sis Ade-
line. Secret wish to run away
with john Taylor?
LILIA G. AMARAL
195 Crapo St.
"Lil" Thanks goes to Mom and
Ms. Sowa. Alda and Judy bring
fun times. Not keen on prep-
pies. "What's shaking? Got red
in the face when accidentally
hitting a house-master. Hopes
for future as a cosmotologist,
Flag award was memorable.
49 Vine St.
"Peaches'l Looks for person
with honesty and loyalty.
Thanks goes to parents and
Andy for always being there.
Secret wish to be alone on an
island with Andy who brings
happiness. Won't forget birth-
day serenade in Green cafe dur-
ing jr. yr.
l4l County St.
"Ze" Thanks sent to grand-
mother for her support. Eng.
with Mrs, Rutkowitz was en-
joyed. Great memories of fun
with marching band friends. Se-
cret desire to drive to school in a
red Porsche! Rifle team tops.
Likes people who make fun
80 Purchase St.
"Momo', Can be found with the
ROTC and Drill Team. Thanks
go to parents. Looks for a per-
son who has respect for others.
Happiest with friends. Secret
desire to be with MariJoe.
'fYeah, rightlu Enjoyed history
with Mr. Motta.
ZE NOBIA AMARAL
6 Felton St.
"Zee" Thanks go to parents and
Luisa for caring so much. Close
friends bring smiles. Mrs. Rut-
kowitz made a hit. A future
nurse. "Babe" Dreams of be-
coming very rich and very hap-
py. Admires friendliness and
honesty in a personality.
ll Stapleton St.
'KNate" Enjoyed being with
good friends and having a good
time. Found in Tan House and
cafe. Didn't get the pleasure of
sr. lounge since senior year for
this gal didn't go beyond Sept.
Missed having Mr. Castro for
the fourth time.
DA NA A NDRADE
990 Rockdale Ave
"Bone', Thanks his parents. En-
joys partying and being with the
ladies. "What's up?" Mrs. Rose
and English top his list of fa-
vorites. Won't forget getting
caught smoking in the bath-
room. Hopes to get college de-
gree. Upward Bound great.
JOSE BER NARDO
45 Sycamore St.
"Joe" Won't forget Ms. B. chas-
ing him for yrbk. material.
Found at A.J.'s locker. Ms. Leal
and Mr. Roscow made a hit. Fu-
ture child psychiatrist. Enjoyed
yrbk., Student Congress, For-
eign Lang. and Drama Clubs,
Senior yr. means making it!
633 County St.
Thanks goes out to parents, Ms.
Andrade and John. Riding his
Kawasaki brings happiness. Ms.
Costa made a hit. Headed for a
future with the U.S. Navy. En-
joyed gym, esp. indoor soccer.
Summer meant working and
making money for sr. year.
74 Hope St.
"Izzie,' Sends thanks to parents.
Happiest when with friends.
Future ambition: Become a le-
gal secretary. "Yo!" Found in
Tan cafe. Spanish I 8: II tops
with Mrs. Andrade. Looks for
honesty and good sense of
humor in a person. Faculty
257 Clifford St.
Thanks Mom for understanding
difficult times. Appreciates a
personality that's humorous and
honest. Enjoyed Great Out-
doors Club, Horseneck with
the gang and hanging at the
Nautilus. Dreams of owning
her own health spa. Friends im-
JUDITH L. ARAUJO
I5 Peckham St.
"Gee Gee" Drawn to an honest,
loving, sincere person. Thanks
parents for understanding and
love. Hopes to become a nurse
in Europe. 'KThatls life for yall'
Maggie, Lilly and Alda mean
good times. Proud of getting
the flag of excellence.
l29 Bedford St.
"Skeets" Cruising in his Audi is
the greatest. Special thanks to
Mr. Dow for all his help. Wonlt
forget summer fun at Jai Alai.
Great times with Mr. Oliver
fond memories. "Have a day!"
Hopes to be a huge success in
the business world.
95 Pierce St.
"Rob" Warm thanks to Sue
Pires and Jeff Barrows. Hap-
piest when with friends. Future
Ambition: To give vocal les-
sons. Secret ambition: To
appear on New York stage.
Won't forget parts in Drama
Club shows. "Yo, that ain't even
A N N MARIE
47 Chestnut St.
"Chico" Loves hanging at Brick-
enwood with friends. 'KHa, ha,
giggle, giggle." Loved classes
with Mr. Pepin, Ms. Longpre
and Mr. D. Special thanks to
folks and Richie. Happiest
when alone, but yet with
friends. Future Ambition: Cos-
120 Tallman St.
Sends thanks to Mom and Dad,
Admires a good sense ofhumor
and personality plus. Sept. 12th
special date. Future sights on ca-
reer in business world. Good
times with friends memorable.
"ls it pouvre!" Looking forward
906 Hathaway Rd.
"Augie" The "claw" will be a
memory forever. Enjoyed play-
ing football for NBHS. Chem-
istry with Mr. Kobza made a hit.
Headed for a career in law en-
forcement. Thanks family for
being there. Appreciates a
sense of humor and craziness.
28 Gosnold St.
Thanks Mom and the rest ofthe
family. W'ould like to be rich
and visit Hawaii. Happy when
not in school. Lunch and history
with Mr. Curry tops. Enjoyed
spending time playing hockey.
Found on County St. Plans to
move on after this year.
5 Abbott St.
"Ozzy" Parents. esp. her Mom.
get her thanks. Headed for
good business school. Happiest
with friends. Dreams of mar-
rying a rich gentleman. Wont
forget spilling lunch in cafe.
"Oh boy!" Enjoys music. beach-
and Mr. Biscari's sense of
CAROL R. ASTLEY
-118 Allen St.
This yrbk. editor spent most of
her high school career on
crutchesf Thanks Mom and Mr.
Messier for support. "Smile"
Loves shopping for clothes. Mr.
Kobza and Mr. Warren both
tops, Admires honest person
with a nice personality. NBHS a
'fx Pine Hill Drive
Photography and Mr. Millette
rate high on her list of favorites.
Won't forget trip to lfurope.
Lisa, Tammy and Terry bring
smiles. Thanks parents for their
support. Admires honesty in a
person. Headed for the college
108 Dartmouth St.
Found great joy at daily shop-
ping sprees. Thanks goes to
Dad. Cheering at games with
Pep Squad was memorable, esp.
the Somerset game! Tennis
team was a great activity. Comp
instructor for dance became un-
forgettable summer experi-
ence. Admires neat looking
1316 Pleasant St.
"Space cadet" Can always be
found in the nurse's office.
Loves making people laugh.
Heard saying, "Yol" Thanks
hmrm, teacher. Rates Mr. Kob-
za and NBHS staff tops. Hopes
to earn letter in track. Enjoyed
history and running track.
55 Linden St.
"Snuggie" Mom gets thanks for
persistance in getting her
through school. Happiest with
Fernando, Mario, Patty and
Jorge. Found at Brooklawn.
Partying favorite pastime.
Classes with Mr. Ed, Mr. Pepin
and Mr. Pacheco all enjoyed.
TRACY A N N
1:10 Brooklawn Ave.
"Spacey Tracy" Passes the time
playing drums, Friends and guys
at NBHS most memorable.
Mom and Dad get thanks for
their support. Dreams of meet-
ing Motley Crue. Happy times
with Nicki and friends. Enjoyed
DF. and Mr. Pacheco,
YOLA NDA BAEZ
30 Cove St.
"Yoly" Loved photo with Mr.
Millette. Thanks go to Mom
and Brian for their encourage-
ment. Can be found at Mil-
dred's. Being with Brian brings
smiles. Secret dream to visit
Hawaii. Would like to marry
and raise a family. "What's up?"
459 Bolton St.
'lLou" Mr. Robbins and Mr. K.
both favorites. Happiest with
Lynne. Dreams of owning a
Porsche and being very weal-
thy, Thanks parents and
brothers for caring, Enjoyed
classes in woodworking,
"What's up?" Won't forgetgreat
ANNA MAE BAKER
S0 Penniman St.
l'Moo" Loved being in Child
Care with Ms. Milligan, Thanks
go to Mom for support. Finds
happiness with N.D., T.M.,
L.E., A.P., and P.T. Staff-
student relationships at NBHS
made it a special spot. X5Uon't
forget fun times with Tina and
SANDRA M. BALA
85 Rounds St.
'LSandy" An avid admirer of
George Washington. Can be
found partying with the crew.
Appreciated the good teachers
like Mrs. Hassey and Mr. Ros-
cow. Happiest with Dave. "You
bad egg!" "Sis Bang-Boomu
fireworks at Hazelwood re-
1'-i Chancery St.
This young lass searches for a
person with apleasing smile and
personality plus. Happiest with
B.C., C.B., T.C, and T.A.
"Keep smiling" a favorite
quote. Classes with Mrs. Siegel
a pleasure. Wlill miss good
friends and fun times at NBHS.
TODD RANDALL MARIA C. CHERYLE ANN BRIDGET M. ISABEL BARROS
BAPTISTA BARBOSA BARBOZA BARNES 212 Query St.
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Winning NESBA titles and
beating rival Dartmouth top
memories. Band and Lori bring
happiness. Spent time taking
photos of race cars at Seekonk
and Westport. Future as a
pharmacist. l'Spare me!" His
parents get special thanks.
1'Betty" Looks for friendly, out-
going people. Thanks goes to
Gary who brings happiness.
"Give me a breaklu Enjoyed
history with Mr. I Calnan.
Being a senior means a chance
to make your future dreams
come true. Future cosmoto-
Searches for a friendly smile
and pleasing personality. Mr.
Raposo and Mr. Kobza both
favorites. Mom, Mr. Fortes and
UB program get appreciation.
Hopes to become social work-
er. Happiest with P.B. and D.B.
Enjoys listening to good music.
falling during rally. Thanks Eff
for putting up with her and T.S.
for smiling with her. Cheering,
marching and selling candy bars
bring smiles. Dreams of selling
candy with T.S. All special ones
will be remembered.
and enjoying music. "Smile"
Close friends bring happiness.
Secret desire to open own
fashion and beauty salon in
France. Thanks Mom for sup-
p0rt.jr. yr. lunch and sr. lounge
will always be remembered.
47 Belleville Ave.
Won't forget the fun times in
cafe with great friends.
Appreciated the support given
by parents. A future dream of
being an excellent secretary.
Enjoys a good sense of humor.
"Give me a break!" Enjoyed
Ms. Williams and accounting
JEFFREY JOH N
121 Sycamore St,
uChilly Bf' Admires honest
friendly person. Happy check-
ing out the ladies or being with
R.A. or S.P. Playing or watching
football were favorites. Often
found on the auditorium stage
during Drama Club shows.
'KAre you crazy?"
39 oe-sting sr.
Christine puts a smile on his
face. Parents get his gratitude.
Rates swimming and Mr. Ros-
cow as favorites. Looks forward
to graduation. Appreciated the
warm and friendly atmosphere
of NBHS. Future wish to be
rich, happy and wed Christine.
198 Highland St.
'KBart', Wishes to thank Mom
and Dad for all their support.
X-ray tech in her future. 4651
pastime is sailing. "Cherish yes-
terdayg Dream romorrowg Live
today." Mr. Strittmatter and
Mr. Kobza top her list. Appreci-
ares a nice smile.
82 Ivy Rd.
"Buzz" Found at Pine Hill.
Feels sensitivity and sense of
humor important traits. Thanks
Mom for her patience. Happy
with friends, at a concert or
listening to rock-n-roll. Mr. Bis-
cari and Great Outdoors Club
high on list of favorites.
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55 Carroll St.
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TINA MARIE MICHELLE
355 Orchard St. 15 Junior St.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740
'4Tiny" Passes time with R.T.,
T.S., L.N. and D.Q. Thanks
Mom and Dad for patience.
Wishes for marriage and a good
job. Happiest with Michael.
Mr. Ed is tops. Active with
j.R.O.T.C. for three years.
Likes U.S. History. "No
Known to friends as "jasmine
Constuitcyf' Mr. Pacheco's
tales wild. Fond of group Rush
and roller skating. Secret fan-
tasy is to live in Paris. Future
ambition: To be veterinarian.
Mom and Dad get her thanks
for their help. "No way, Dudefl
"Lisa Bfl Found at the Mills.
D.D., M.B., A.A. and S.C.
bring a smile. Thanks parents
for understanding. Marine Biol-
ogy at Univ. ofMiami next. Fan-
tasy: Travel back in time and
party with jim Morrison. "1
don't believe this!" Yrbk. writer.
RE NEE ROSE
31 E. Clinton St.
"Renowski" Looks for good
sense of humor. Being with
L.L. bring smiles. Future doc-
tor. Thanks folks for love and
support. "That's wicked cool!"
Dreams of owning the chicken
farm. Xmas in july, Fla. hits
RACHEL S. BESE N
288 Maple St.
A future author who enjoyed
work on the "Alpha" Liked the
unusual in a person, such as in-
sanityl Secretly dreams of visit-
ing the "Magic Theatrefl Feels
the attitude of staff and student
body help make it outstanding.
LORI BESSETTE JAMES SCOTT M. HELENA BISCAIA PATRICIA ANN
1107 County St.
Child Care with Mrs. Stone,
Mr. Lanouette and Word Plus
were all favorites. Attracted to
great personality and alluring
eyes. Mark brings happiness.
Future desire to wed and to
work with small children. Can
be found in the Blue House.
123 Maple St.
"AIiml' Playing trumpet with
band best times. Special thanks
tojohn Martin and Mr. V. Sum-
mer fun in Lisa's pool well re-
membered. Winning comps,
esp. over rival Dartmouth most
memorable. Hopes to become a
musician with major symphony,
18 Emerson St.
Happiest with Wfendy. Looks
for honest loyal friend. Enjoyed
Whaler's Rest with Mr. Allcock.
"Think sol" Can be found at
Dairy Mart. Thanks go out to
Mom for her support. Secret
desire to visit Egypt. Hopes to
one day live away from NB.
202 Belleville Ave.
"Lena" Business degree in her
future plans. Sr. lounge great.
Admires an honest person with
a good sense of humor. Likes
reading and listening to music.
Rates Mr. Ed and Mr. Biscari
tops. Thanks parents and
NBHS staff. Sr. year great.
550 Oliver St.
"Patty" The friendships of
A.A.. .l.G., IA.. H.B.. HM.,
GR., l.S. and KB. mean every-
thing. Won't forget surprise
party. "Psyched beyond belief?"
Red in the face after sitting on
the track soph. yr. Happiest
with a mind free from thought.
114 Frederick St.
"Rache" Thanks goes to mother
for support. Honor Society fa-
vorite activity at school. Plans
on entering the field of veteri-
nary med Being with Dave
brings much pleasure Mr Kob
za and science were highlights
for this young miss
51 Carroll St.
"Boisy" Spends most time with
friends partying. Thanks go to
L.A. and IM. Headed for life at
college in Sept. "But ofcoursefn
Won t forget the NBHS cheer
leaders Dreams of one day
owning his own business Looks
for great personality
. , A
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57 Shawmut Ave.
Summertime trip from Florida
to Maine was memorable. One
day to live in Florida for good.
Thanks go to parents for sup-
port. Mr. Hebert rates high.
"Go for it!" Admires honesty.
Smiles come when with friends
having a good time.
CARLOS A. BORGES
112 Thompson St.
"Charlie" Can be found at
Ashley Park. Thinks Mr. Ed's
history class tops. Wants to
thank cousin, Mary Lou. Loves
personality and being real in a
person. One day would love to
be pro-hockey player. Remem-
bers pretty girls at NBHS.
THEODORE SERGIO C.
60 Merrimac St. 56 Dudley St,
NVB- 02740 N.B, 02744
"Ted" Football a top activity at
NBHS. Math and Mr. Robbins
held in high esteem. Felt great
to be on top of the rest as a
senior! Won't forget all the
great times during the last four
years on the lst, lunch shift with
"Serg" Spending time with Mr.
Dlouhy in auto shop was best
high school experience. To be'
come computer programmer.
Happiest with good friends have
ing fun. Can be found on the
avenue or at the Mall. Summer
job helped sr. expenses.
950 Rockdale Ave.
Time spent with Amy, esp. all
freshman yr., memorable. joe
brings a smile to her lips.
Thanks goes to Ms. Gutierrez
for her help. Being a senior
means being at the top! Future
plans for career as a secretary
and life of happiness.
211 Harwich St.
"Boo" Enjoyed Latin, having
Mr. Hartley and playing sports.
Hopes for a future as a state
trooper. Misses summertime
partying. Thanks family and
friends for all the help. Won't
forget the claw! "How you be?"
Found almost anywhere.
77 Apache Ct.
"Ray" Thanks Mrs. Galuska,
Mrs. jacintho, and Mrs. Cohen.
Math and Ms. Menard will be
remembered. Karate favorite
pastime for him. Good person-
ality appreciated in a person.
Happiest with Lori. Regrets
saying good-bye to friends.
BRE N NA N
190 Oakdale St.
"Kathy" Looks for wild folks
who love to laugh. Family gets
thanks for their support, love
and time. Won't forget laughs
and fun in classes with Mr. Cas-
tro and Mr. Bourgeois. Found
dancing, singing, playing tennis
or at Pretenders' concerts.
125 Tallman St.
'LRosebud" Won't forget the
crazy experience of moving
Mike's car without the key!
Special thanks go to Mom, Dad,
Lorraine and Roy. Finds humor
in saying, "Two D's are better
than one!" Will miss friends
made during four yrs.
WAY NE R. BRODO
16 Swallow St.
Algebra and drafting top his list
of favorites. Parents get thanks
for help. Ms. Morris made a hit.
Secret desire to design a new
White House! Enjoyed listen-
ing to his stereo and being with
that special girl. "You wish!"
july 4th memorable.
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DEBORAH DAVID ROBERT KRISTI M. BROWN MANUEL LOUIS ROSA NA BRUM
BROMLEY BROWN 567 So. Second St. BRUM 467 Allen St.
17 Agnes St. 70 Hathaway St. , H 02744 759 County St. , NAB- U2 40
NVB4 02745 N-B' 02740 "Kris Won t forget summer N-B4 02140 Appreciates a person who can
'ADeb" Plans to work with chil-
dren. Mr. Pepin and Ms. Milli-
gan both favorites. Happiest
with Steve, Thanks friends and
relatives. Likes honest and out-
going people. Flag ofexcellence
will be remembered. "You
think so?' Eager for june.
"Brownie" Likes passing the
time at concerts. As a sr. can
finally give freshmen the grief
he went through. Will always
remember times in the Green
cafe. A move to New York in
the future. Enjoyed algebra,
gym and Mr. Girard.
fun at Martha's Vineyard. Looks
for trustworthy and honest
type. "Go for it!" Thanks par-
ents and friends for their sup-
port. Will always remember
NBHS guys and close friends.
Hopes for career as a nurse.
Spends time partying and listen-
ing to rock-n-roll. Michele
brings happiness. Looks for
pleasing personality. Enjoyed
auto tech and lunch! Found at
the poolroom. Ms. Mahoney
gets his thanks for her help. Se-
nior means freedom.
bring laughter to the world.
Great times with Gracy and the
gang memorable. Thanks G.O.,
H.M., A.R., N,M., j.A. and
C.C. for their help. Future tech-
nician. NBHS people, esp.
friends, make it a very special
.t K . 5 is
DAVID PHILIP RE NEE M. BURGO LISA RE NEE
BRYANT 72 Bluefield sf. BURRIS
75 West St. NB- 02744 156 Cedar St.
"Lou" Favorite times with good
friends clowning around. Mr.
Oliver rates high. Laughs in cafe
memorable. Admires honesty
and sense of humor. "Easy now,
please!" Secret dream to be
wide receiver for N.E. Pats.
Miss Sowa gets thanks for help.
"Tawny" Special thanks to
Mom. Mrs. Purcell a favorite.
Will remember the great times
with friends. "You better save
it!" DSW. brought happiness,
To get a date with Prince secret
fantasy. Likes a friendly, caring,
honest person. Future R.N.
"Tiny Bl' Treasures any time
with john. Has fond memories
of fun in the sun on Cape.
Thanks go to God, Mom,
brother,john, and Mr. Raposo.
Hopes for future with U.S. Air
Force and john. Enjoys smiling
and having fun. Wants to meet
19 George St.
"Tina" Pats herself on the back
for making it through school.
Dreams of meeting the jack-
sons. Happy when school not in
session. Got red in the face
when she tripped down the
stairs. Is hoping for marriage in
her future plans.
DARLE NE MAY
870 Terry Lane
HDar" Appreciates person with
good attitude toward life and
sense ofhumor. Thanks parents
and R.G. for being there. Hap-
py partying with friends. "Who
really cares?l' Future R.N.
Admired pride shown by
NBHS. Dreams of date with
DIA NE CABRAL
596 Cottage St.
l'Di" Loves great personality
and good looks in a petson. Fu-
ture ambition: Getting married
to Ray and living a happy life.
Happiest times with fiancee.
XVon't forget falling in school.
Rates seniors and staffatNBHS
as ffl. Thanks parents.
STEPHE N CHARLES
91 Durfee St.
"Steve" Often found playing D
and D. Enjoyed Latin with Mr.
Guy, Foreign Lang. Club and
blowing up his projects in lab.
Thanks go to all teachers. Hap-
piest without homework!
Dreams ofmaking a visit to land
of pyramids. Likes intelligence.
51 Garrison Rd.
"Dougie" Wont forget the lst
lunch shift in Green cafe jr.
year. Thanks parents for their
support. Admires pleasing per-
sonality. Enjoyed football. biol-
ogy. Mr. Goodfellow and being
with good friends. Red faced
when lost freshmen year.
HEIDI A N N
150 Briarwood Dr.
NB. 02' 15
"Heidikinns" Mrs. Morgan and
Mrs. Purcell great teachers.
Thanks Mom. Dad. Mrs. M. and
friends. Happiest with Helen
and Kristi. Glad to have been
part of the NBHS family.
"Spare me?" Secret dream is to
get together with Tom Sellick.
2 5 A
84 Hanover St.
"Paco" Music and Mr. Campoli
made a hit. Admires honesty in
a person. Thanks go to parents
for their support. Hopes for
fame and fortune in his future,
Secret fantasy is to please
thousands of women with his
5.56 Elm St.
"Grease Monkey" Spending
time on cars with Mr. Dlouhy in
auto was the best! Lucy brings a
smile to his lips. Parents get his
thanks for the love and support
shown. Can be found with
friends at south end beach or at
TRACY A N N
50' Central Ave.
"TraceH Found with V-team,
Hulio, and Superfly and the
crew. "Silly mel" Won't forget
Paula and her saving Matt's
lifel Thanks Mom for showing
patience and Richie for gentle
pushes. April 50th special time.
Desire to be famous singer.
DOMI NGOS CALAZ
185 Rochambeau St.
"Dom" Dreams of becoming a
heavy metal rock star. Thanks
sent to all his teachers. Fun
came from being with friends.
f'That's cool!" Math with Mrs.
Barbero made a hit. XVon't
forget seeing Andrea in shorts.
Can be found cruising down the
175 Grinnell St.
"Weezie" Time spent listening
to music fun. Louie gets her
thanks for his understanding.
Won't forget the embarrass-
ment of breaking plate in cafe.
Hopes for a life filled with
happiness. All assemblies most
memorable. A steno fan.
5' Longview Rd.
"Allyn can be found either at
Pine Hill Acres or at Mark's.
Attracted to good looking peo-
ple with super personalities. Fu-
ture goal: To marry Mark.
Secretly wishes to become a
millionaire. Thanks parents.
ANA PAULA GE NUINA G. TAMMY LEE
CARDOSO CARDOSO CARDOSO
105W Cove Rd. 58 Beech St. 558 No. Front St.
N.B. OZS44 N.B, Ola-10 N.B, 02'-lo
L'Paula" Can be found listening
to music. Won't forget Mr.
Warren, sr. lounge and trip to
Portugal. Happiest with Carlos.
Thanks parents for their sup-
port. Hopes to become a hair-
dresser. Admires honesty. Hap-
py to be graduating.
"jenny" Admires friendliness
and honesty in a person. Loved
gymnastics. Hopes to travel the
world and become successful
business woman. Thanks go to
Gill Teixeira. NBHS staff and
student body award-winning.
"Tam" Loved class with Mr.
Hamlet. Thanks sent to Mom
and Ms. Sowa. Loves nice per-
sonality and good attitude. En-
joyed being summer beach
bum. Secret fantasy to own a
dream house. Remembers good
friends at NBHS and fun times
SUZA N NE CARO N
1'2 Pine Grove St.
"Sue" X-country and SAC activ-
ities. Admires a person with
fine sense of humor. Finds get-
ting up in the morning hard.
Won't forget great friends at
NBHS. Personal best record
could easily make her day.
Bowie and Gluons' bash fun.
108 South St.
Remembers four years of home
room with Mr. Raposo. Knows
exactly how to procrastinate.
"Peachy" Love to parents and
family. Thinks jj. is topsg
thanks him and friends for great
memories. Admires an honest,
54 Granite Avenue
"Weezie" Being with friends
brings happiness. Hopes for a
career as a nurse. Thanks go to
parents, Zee and Terry. Fa-
vorites include physics, Mrs.
Purcell and lunch. Finds love-
able honest people appealing
"Hi ya, gorgeous!" Dreams o
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175 Grinnell St.
N.B. ,02 740
"Maria" Enjoyed partying in
Providence and Newport. Mr.
Vaz and Mr, Biscari rate high.
Won't forget junior year.
Thanks go to Mrs. Purcell for
teaching her about Black Histo-
ry. Future desire to be a teacher
of pre-school children.
LISA M. CARVALHO
159 Gayhead Ct.
"Lee" Special thanks to her par-
ents. Senior means making it
through high school. Happy
when with her friends. Found at
the Mall. Mr. Pepin tops.
Appreciates good personality.
"What's up?" Hopes to work in
an office and to marry.
JOA NA cAsTRo
157 Campbell St.
Enjoys the tunes on the radio.
Mr. Vaz rates high. Thanks go
to family and friends who make
her happy. Feels the NBHS stu-
dent body the best in the nation.
Won't forget lunch jr. year. Fu-
ture to be spent as medical tech-
12 Birch St.
"Caton" Rates Mrs. Gutierrez
high on her list. Admires an
honest person with a sense ofj
humor. Thanks parents for alll
they've done. Won't forget the
fun of marching band. Happy
with Bob V. Hopes to become
medical assistant. Enjoyed math
A NA C. CHERETA
987 Hillcrest Rd.
Dedicated miss who enjoyed
being Log's editor-in-chief.
NBHS a special school because
of great staff and close friends.
Future engineer. Thanks par-
ents for inspiration. Won't
forget good times as a senior.
Rates Mr. Goodfellow tops.
NIDIA AFONSO NINA ANN STEVEN PAUL ROBERTO
CHIQUITO CHOMAK CHRISTOPHER CI NTRON
865 Brock Ave. 40 Plymouth St. 577 Middle St. 52 Rockland St.
N.B. 02744 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740
Can be found at West Beach
with friends. Looks for warmth
and honesty in a person. Sends
thanks to her parents for their
support. Being with good
friends brings smiles. Enjoys
time listening to music or
watching TV. D.E. rated high.
f'Neen" Being co-capt. with
Donna and Nancy great time.
Thanks parents and Aunt Judy
for being there. Mr. Oliver and
Mr. Gill tops. Found at "Token
Drive." Admires outgoing per-
son. Happiness comes from
being with the gang. esp. L.F.
Can usually be found at the
United Front. Enjoyed photo
with Mr. Millette. Headed for
the college life. Mother and fa-
ther get his thanks. Happy with
friends having a good time.
Admires honesty in a person.
Won't forget good times at
"Bobby", Enjoyed photo,
NBHS girls, basketball and
freshmen year. "Como esta,
brother?" Hopes to join the ser-
vice and to wed Nancy. Often
found in Tan7Blue courtyard.
Thanks go to Mr. Millette. Get-
ting out of school brings big
RUSSELL THOMAS ANDY M. DEBRA COELHO DONALD WAY NE DAVID COLON
CLARK CLEME NTS 49 So. Emerson St. COFER 15 Monroe Drive
57 Lucas St. 55 Plymouth St. N-B 02740 991 Terry Lane NAB- 02740
"Russ" Enjoyed history class
with Mr. Motta. Swim team a
favorite activity and Coach
Medeiros a man to be thanked.
"I thought sol" Hated getting
up so early for school. Dreams
of becoming rich. Summer rain
duty a memorable event.
"Squeeze" Can be found with
good friends at the West End or
the Mills. Mr. Warren and Ms.
Leal won his praises. Likes a
person with an open mind.
"Darn impressive!" Won't
forget good times with good
'fDopey" Loves good sense of
humor and great personality.
Happiest when with friends,
esp. Lori. "1 love you, tool" Par-
ents great for always being
there. Mr. Alves and Mrs. Lotz
are the best. Being a sr. means
time to reach out for your
"Cof" Happiest when with
friends. Thanks Mom and Dad
for love and support. Good
looks and good personality are
appreciated. Football a real fa-
vorite. Hopes to become an
accountant. Mr. Warren is tops.
'fDave" Misses the friends he
made while at NBHS. Didn't
get a chance to spread his wings
offreedom as a sr. in sr. lounge.
Wfas found hanging out in the
Tan House and core. Hopes for
a future filled with happiness
and good times.
l LISA A. Cook
' 2094 Phillips Rd.
ig Crosby, Stills and
ash memorable summer
vent. Thanks parents and Mr.
ongo for help. Dreams of liv-
g in Greece and owning a
Looks for individuality
a person's behavior. Mrs.
tops. Happiest with
V I my
i f js
21 Mohawk Court
BJ." Happy when dancing
vith Munch. Mia and friends
get thanks for support. "You
vishl" Fond memories of Sarge
ncl drill team of ROTC. Mrs.
'urcell tops. Dreams of a visit
o Hawaii. Looks for charm and
versonality in others.
l24 XY'ashington St.
N.B. 02- I0
"Sha" Favorites included field
hockey, AFS Club and track.
Appreciates friendly and honest
folks. Mr. Kobza, Mr. Alves and
chem all tops. "You better chill
out!" Parents get thanks. To be
stranded on an island with
someone fine a wish.
I5 Elizabeth St.
"Chris" Rates Mr. Motta, Mr.
Silva and Mr. Hamlet tops.
Admires a sense of humor and
nice personality. Won't forget
jr. Banquet fun. Parents get her
thanks. Looks forward to prom
time and june graduation. De-
sires future of wealth.
109 Locust St.
Thanks are sent out to parents,
Kris A., Mr. V., Roberta B and
my great friends, the major-
ettesl Wont forget being NES-
BA, NEMMA and MICA
champs. Friendships of JB.,
T.C., L.F. and M.M. important.
Likes rwirling, band and sense
MARIA E. CORREIA
60 Deane St.
"Eddy" Found between Tan!
Gold Houses. Lisa, Lucy, Becky
and Marial bring a smile. Col-
lege inthe future. Thanks go to
parents and friends for all their
help. Secret desire to hit Mega-
bucks. Mrs. McCoy tops her
list. "Hey man, what's up?"
MARIA G. CORREIA
237 Hersom St.
"Goretti" Time spent at parties
dancing the best. Enjoys being
with M.C. and Magic. Sends
thanks to her parents. Hopes to
continue her education in Bos-
ton and later become an airline
stewardess. Soph. Eng. with Mr.
St. Pierre enjoyed.
SANDRA JOYCE TRACEY A. ZELIA M. CORREIA DEIDRA MARIA HELEN COSTA
CORREIA CORREIA 2132 Rivet sr. COSTA i i emit- si,
4650 Acushnet Ave. l2l9 Robin St U . ,. NB' UZ. 40 355 Sawyer St. K Q N,-B OZH6 ,
N.B. O2-45 NIB. U2-45 Liz Loves to swim. camp and NBA 02'-Q6 "Qhf15" Enioyed time with the
Sandy" Looks for honesty in a
aerson. Dreams of owning a
:ink Corvette and becoming a
pecial needs teacher. Enjoys
ieing with jeff. Summer spent
.t Cathedral Camp memorable.
Thanks parents. Feels NBHS
.nd its staff are "Awesomef"
"Chippy" Sends thanks to ,lane
for her help and advice. Hap-
piest when with Billy and
friends. Can be found in Sassa-
quin or Dartmouth. "Oh, my
Godf" Loves wild and crazy
people. Wish is to win Mega-
bucks. Hopes to become an
sunbathe. Mr. Millette and
photo were super. Dog in
homeroom memorable. Thanks
parents. Attracted to honest
and loving people. Being with
friends makes her smile. "No
way?" Hopes to become a
"Dee" Won't forget friends and
fun at NBHS. Headed for the
U.S. Army. Thanks goes to
teachers for their help, esp. Mr.
Armstrong. Dreams of going
out with Mike. Enjoyed math,
softball and camping. Often
found at the park with friends.
Student Congress. Special
thanks to Ms. Mahoney and
April for their help. A secret
fantasy includes becoming a
powerful woman. Future ambi-
tion: private investigator. Feels
NBHS has best spirit and pride
LI NDA M. COSTA
15 Peckham St.
"Ree" Found partying with
friends on the avenue. Summer
in New Hampshire and meeting
Randy memorable. Looking
forward to the prom and gradu-
ation. Happiest when with Ran-
dy. Looks for honesty and per-
sonality plus in folks. "Go for
KARE N A N NE
657 Cottage St.
"Giggles" Can be found atjessi-
ca's house. Looks for a nice
smile and great personality.
"Who me?" Secret desire to
appear on a Vogue cover and to
go to Paris. Fun times at lunch
and sr. lounge remembered.
Thanks parents and friends.
MARK E. COSTA
296 Tinkham St.
Playing sports important part of
school. Mr. Oliver for math
rates high on list of favorites.
Thanks Mom for help and sup-
port. Secret wish to win Mega-
bucks. Happy with friends
hanging out. Looking forward
to june and graduation.
MARY A. COSTA
565 Cottage St.
Going out, watching TV or
thinking about Tommy occu-
pies her time. Mrs. Audette
tops. Won't forget friends made
at NBHS. Thanks goes to par-
ents. Tommy equals happiness.
Wish is to win the Megabucks
pot! Won't forget summer
141 Hemlock St.
"Val" Attracted by a person's
eyes, Drag 0fAnr1e Frank and
energy class both made an im-
pact. Sweeping floors with Con-
nie memorable. "Come on!"
Astronomy class a favorite.
Thanks parents for support.
Being with good friends fun.
SUZA N NE MARIE
142 Branscomb St.
"Sue" Falling down the stairs in
Tan House embarrassing.
"Give me a break!" Thanks
Mom for support and Mrs.
Cohen for help. Happiest with
Steven. Working in Child Care
a special favorite. Will miss
good friends and good times at
ROBERT JOHN BRIAN R. ANNMARIE MELISSA CRAIG
COUTO COUTURE CRABBE 22 Nautilus St.
261 Maryland St, 7 Diane St. 3735 Acushnet Ave. n NB, 02744
N'B4 02745 Acushnet 02145 N.B, 02745 Appreciates a good sense of
"Cujo'l Favorite spot to hang
out is band room. Music fills his
life. Most memorable were
band competitions and win-
ning! Time spent with friends
brought happiness. Thanks go
to parents and Mr. V. Hopes for
a future as a well known musi-
"Chewy" This talented lad
hopes for a future as a commer-
cial artist. Being in sr. lounge
happiest times. l'No way?"
Gives thanks to Ms. Persson
and Mr. D. Secret wish is to take
Lynn to the prom. Remembers
staff, fun at NBHS and assem-
L'Ann" Basketball team, swim
team, track team and golf team
made it all worthwhile. Summer
with Steven and Colleen in
Rochester great memory. En-
joyed art with Mr. Bettencourt.
Hopes for future as a chiroprac-
tor. Happy in pool.
humor. Laughing in chem, with
Tricia, Sue and Doug memo-
rable. Headed for a career in
medical technology. Garrett
brings smiles and happiness.
Loves black raspberry ice
cream? Thanks parents for sup-
HAROLD W. CRAPO
55 Oliveira Ave.
"Harry" Looks for honesty in a
person. Mr, Roscow and history
tops. Baseball and basketball
both favorites, The guys at
lunch will never be forgotten.
To become a lawyer. Happiest
when not at work. "No, I don't
107 Swan St.
"MasterJ," Hopes to become a
private eye. Newport a 4951 spot.
Wishes to thank Diamond D
and Rosanna. Leaving school
for lunch always remembered.
Enjoyed English with Mr. Silva.
Happy when committing
adventurous and daring crimes.
52 Malden St.
"Cher" Enjoyed Student Con-
gress. Grandparents' love
appreciated. Will miss good
friends. Future police officer.
Fantasy: to hit Megabucksf
Hopes to fulfill dreams with
Dean, End of class brought
smiles. "Testi What test?" Sr.
year meant stepping out.
8 Irving St.
"Cruzy" Thanks parents and
Coach Gardiner for support.
Passing period the best. "Aw I
feel so bad!" Secret future de-
sire to be a singer with a
Mohawk in a punk rock groupl
Being captain of track team an
honor not soon forgotten.
JEAN NE MARIE
26 Roosevelt St.
"jean" Happiest with
who gets her thanks tor his
understanding. Enjoyed D.E.
with Mr. Pacheco. Hanging out
with good friends great fun.
Seen in the '65 Chevy pick-up.
To be very rich a dream.
Admires honesty in a person.
KEVIN CUMMI NGS
2' New York Ave,
'K.K." Crimson Courier great
ictiyity. Mr. Roscow and Mr.
Niillette rate high. "Lame in-
ieedlu Dreams ofowning a VXV
Microbus. Looks for folks with
sense of humor. Being a sr.
'neans never having to say
,'ou're sorry. To be photog-
LEO N CUMMI NGS
295 Ash St.
"Lee" XX'on't ever forget break-
ing the high jump record. En-
joyed track. auto tech. Mr. Cur-
ry, reading the Bible and watch-
ing TV, "W'hat's happening?"
Ms. Medeiros gets thanks.
Hopes to be mechanic. Embar-
rassed by forgetting words
MARIA DA CU NHA
142 Mt. Pleasant St.
Enjoyed summer fun in sunny
Ialifornia. Attracted to honest
ind trusting people, Mr. Mot-
a's history class was excellent.
Dften seen at the Mills or on
Fank Rd. Partying with friends
s tops. Thanks cousin Judy.
gi 5. A s
1671 Acushnet Ave.
"Maggie" Thanks parents for al-
ways being there. Hopes to be-
come a successful business
woman. Mr. Roscow and Mr.
Castro were tops. Happiest
with Terry, Mike and Alice.
Hopes to be swept away by a
knight in shining armor.
228 Phillips Aye.
N.B. 02' lo
"Caramela" Found at bookstore
or with Mr. Silyeira. Thanks go
to parents for their loye and
support, Hopes to earn her
wings and become a stewardess.
Enjoyed making new friends.
DE., reading, listening to good
music. Mr. B. and the lnt'l.
A NTO NE
118 South Sixth St.
"Tony" Can be found at United
Front. Pretty girls and Tan
House cafe will be remem-
bered. Spends leisure time
listening to Spanish and Creole
music. Off to school for elec-
trical engineering. Thanks par-
ents and teachers. To visit C.V.
Q 1 . f p .
I A i. 2
ANN C. DA
58 Valentine St.
'1Licas" Plans on becoming a
pharmacist. Thanks parents and
teachers for all their help. Hap-
py with friends and pleasant
people. Admires sympathy and
honesty. Likes walking on a
beach, reading and listening to
55 Grape St.
Happiest when playing the
guitar or listening to music. Mr.
Campoli tops. Admires honesty
and self confidence in a person.
'iWhat's happening?" Thanks
parents. Won't forget the great
relationship between staff and
students. Wlishes to be next
ARLI NDO DA
559 Orchard St.
"Alfie" Thanks all of the teach-
er. "Take it easy!" Likes honesty
in a person. Senior means final-
ly making it. Happiest when
with a friend. Will never forget
throwing the football to the
other team. Loves the beach.
423 Chancery St.
"Arnold" Found working out at
body-building gym. Women
occupy great deal of his mind.
Hopes for a future of wealth
with the perfect woman! Won't
forget the fine award won by
NBHS. Enjoyed history with
Mr. Tavares. Thanks parents.
VIARIA L. DA SILVA MARK N. DA SILVA PAULA DA SILVA
28 Larch St, 112 Phillips Ave. 2' juniper St.
N.B. 02740 NB. 02'46 NB. 02740
Mary Lou" Being editor for
rbk. tops, Fond memories of
r. lounge, staff and fun times.
'hanks sent to family, friends
nd special someone who all
'ring happiness. Hopes for hap-
iy future and good job. Admires
ingfriendly people. "God help
"Tommy" Found Mr, Roscow's
chem class to be wild. ls hap-
piest when playing hockey and
being with friends, Hopes to
become a pharmacist. Anxious
for the end ofhis sr. year. Hon-
esty appreciated. Thanks Mom
and Dad for their help,
"Squeekie" Admires deter-
mination. Thanks Mom for al-
ways being there. "Give me a
break!" Happy with friends and
MR. Plans to be a nurse and
professional body builder.
Embarrassed by her foot getting
caught in a chair soph. yr. dur-
P' A '
VICTOR P. DA
20 Wfinsor St.
"Vic" Met the girl ofhis dreams
over the summer. Enjoys
spending money and going out
with friends. Goal is to become
a rich and famous TV anchor-
man. Is fond ofa good sense of
humor. Thanks family for care
and support. "What!"
58 Fair St.
"Danny" Thanks his parents.
Enjoyed computer class the
most. Mr. Roscow and Mr,
Motta tops. Played street hock-
ey and street football. Sports
events at NBHS won't ever be
forgotten. Happy when driving
in his Dasher. Hangs at the
192 Purchase St.
"Luke" Likes listening to music.
Mr. DaGraca and trigonometry
tops. Soccer a favorite pastime.
Enjoyed times painting and in
carpentry. Hopes to become
airline pilot. Happy with his
girlfriend. Remembers NBHS
for the beautiful girls.
197 Harwich St.
1'Dor" Thanks Mom, Dad and
Steve for their support. Can be
found hanging with friends at
Brooklawn. Found NBH park-
ing lot an intriguing spot. Hap-
piest with Steve. D.E. with Mr.
Pacheco fun. Dreams of meet-
ing Robert Plant.
171 Davis St.
'KFrank" Playing hockey fills his
time with pleasure. Having Mr.
Roscow for chemistry was
memorable. Thanks are sent
out toJack. A future ambition is
to come into great heaps of
money. Can be found with
friends hanging out in Blue
161 Liberty St.
'LChuckie D." Enjoys spending
time with C. Hughes. Wishes to
thank Mom. Will pay his re-
spects to Uncle Sam soon. Hap-
piest when with the cats. Will
always remember hanging in
the core. Enjoyed Mrs. Purcell's
Black Studies class.
965 McGee St.
1'Debo" Often found playing
golf. "XWhatls up with that?"
Appreciation goes to Mom and
Dad for their support. Whalers'
Rest with Mr. Allcock tops. Can
be found at the Mills or on Tank
Road. Anxious for cap and
gown day to approach.
212 Milford St.
"Vic" Looks for self respect and
pride. Mr. Robbins and house
construction rate high. To be-
come an artist. Thanks parents
and friends. L'W'hat's up?"
Brooklawn a favorite spot.
Won't forget NBHS girls. To
visit Hawaii a real dream.
81 Moss St.
"Doctor D" Would like to
thank parents for their love and
support. Future ambition: Be-
come a pro-ball player. Enjoyed
playing three varsity sports at
NBHS. Won't forget great
friends and the fun times. Mr.
Kobza rates high.
V6 Harwich St.
"T.C." Thanks Mr. Raposo for
four great years in homeroom.
Understanding personality and
gorgeous eyes are tops. En-
joyed soccer and algebra with
Mr. Oliver. Plans to be a com-
puter systems engineer. NBH
DEME NDO NCA, JR.
81 Libra Drive
"Stony' Can be found hanging
with friends at Brooklawn Park.
Thanks Mom with love. Re-
members Mr. Souza, Mr. Cal-
nan, and Mr. Pacheco. uWhat,s
going on?" Remembers swim-
ming at Sassaquin Pond. One
day would like to be rich.
LISA A N N
211 Bellevue St. ,
"Lee" Thanks Mr. Kobza and
Mrs. Gutierrez. Fun times spent
laughing and partying with Sue
and Lynn. Attracted to honest
and friendly people. Grateful to'
parents for love and under-
standing. End of soph. year at'
Horseneck was superb. 1
MANUEL B. DAVID J. DE PI NA FRANCISCO HELENA GOMES DE ALYSON DEPRATO
DEOLIVEIRA 78 Willis St. JOSEPH DEPI NA PI NA 551 Natick St.
38 Easton st. NAB- 02140 525 Cottage st. so Pierce st. .N-B 02745
NAB. 02746 Looks for honesty in people. NVB' 02740 N'B. 02740 Rated swim team and
"Manny D" Loves taking pic-
tures and weight lifting. Rates
Mr. Millette's photo class tops.
Future ambition: To continue
photography and open his own
studio. Happiest with friends
and loved ones. Won't forget
sitting in wrong class.
Found at the gym. Thanks to
Mrs. Purcell for her help. Hap-
piest when with friends. Tore
up the football field. Future
ambition: To be president of a
large company. "What's up?"
Rates NBH student body ffl.
Getting first yellow card un-
forgettable. Mr. Roscow 4641
teacher. To be a pilot. Pastime
playing football. Liked astron-
omy. Thanks go to Miss Sowa
for her help. Happy either
working or playing. Secret fan-
tasy is to invent a satellite.
"Lena" Thanks Mom and
friends. "Shut up!" Would like
to live in Hawaii. Falling down
the stairs was embarrassing.
Plans to become a secretary.
Happy with good friends. D.E.
and Mr. Pacheco tops. Sewing
and embroidery both favorite
as tops. Thanks parents
Robyn for their support. En-
joyed Mr. Fraga's Eng. class.
Happiest with David and
Christopher. Hopes to become
occupational therapist and visit
Japan. Friends important.
2l Acushnet Ave.
"Flash" Thanks parents, Deb,
Goretti, and Lucy. Won't forget
NBI-I guys and lunch with
friends. "Go for Itll' Summer-
time fun at State Park and
Rocky Point memorable.
Admires a nice personality and
naturalness. Would like to be-
DOREE N M.
96 Armsby St.
"Do" Likes following C.L.
around school and dancing.
"Have a clue, will ya?" Happy
with C.L. and friends, Band
trips to Montreal and D.C. will
always be a fond memory. Plans
ro work in a child care center.
Thanks parents and Ms. Sowa.
l59 Bonney St.
"Galinhas" Likes weirdness and
trustfulness in people. Happy
with friends and Ana, Lilly. and
L.L. Appreciation to friends and
parents. Falling off chair during
Eng. class ir. year embarrassing.
Fond memories oflunch. DR..
IB. and sr. lounge.
l9l Davis St.
"Nellie" Looks for honesty.
French, child care and Miss Mil-
ligan tops. Thanks parents and
friends who make her very hap-
py. Taking pool with Ana B.
fun. "Oh baby!" Dreams of a
happy marriage and avisit to her
home country. Rates NBH
POLLYA N NE
51 Duncan St.
"Polly" Thanks Mom with love.
"What's happening!" Vforking
at Friday's filled summer.
Hopes to become a computer
genius. Will remember friends
made at NIEHS. Admires it
good sense of humor. Secretly
dreams of running offwith Tom
JOAO M. DIAS
120 Blackmer St.
Couldn't find the time or the
form for the questionnaire.
Usually found in the Green
House with good friends hang-
ing out. Won't miss the bells,
books, or heavy responsibili-
ties. Will miss friends who
shared laughs and some staff.
PAULA A N N
96 Watson St.
"Laupa" Thanks Mom, Dad,
Sharon and Linda for always
being there. Mr. Kobza and Mr.
V. great. Winning NESBA fi-
nals, and trips to DC. and Mon-
treal memorable. Dreams ofher
own day care center. Happy
with SS., L.A., B.L., L.G., M.L.,
FRA NCES DIGGS
l'5 Grinnell St.
"Boody Rock" Can he found in
Providence. Content with
understanding and trusting
friends. Daffy desire is to meet
Prince. Thanks Mom for her
love and support. Loves to
dance, cook, and listen to mu-
sic. "Work with me kidsf"
DE NISE MARIE
424 Mill St.
"Deni" Thanks her mother for
all her support. Senior means
knowing that all these years
have paid off. Plans to live
happily in rhe future. f'Enioy
yourself. You only come this
way once." English was tops.
Likes variety of NBHS.
KELLY A NN
l22 Bryant Lane
"Kel" Loves playing basketball,
softball, and field hockey.
Thanks parents and Mrs. Bon-
neau. I-Iappiest when with that
special person. Secret fantasy is
to live forever. L.F., M,D.,
Nc., TP., PG.. and RD. will
be remembered for fun.
BRUCE DUARTE JR.
58 Park St.
Meaning of being a senior is
being and doing the best. Mr.
Pepin and Eng. tops. Happy
when getting good grades. Busi-
ness school is the future.
Thanks to the teachers at
NBHS for their help. Football,
basketball and TV take up his
166 East Clinton St.
"Maggiel' Thanks Mom and
Dad for support. Hopes to be-
come a lawyer. Mr. Kobza and
sociology are tops. Looks for
honesty in a person. "Guess
what?" Won't forget being V.P.
of Int' Club, getting caught kis-
sing Tony and Clegg Field.
209 Rockland St.
Summertime spent touring
great. History with Mr. Taylor
rates high. Talking to Anabela
brings happiness. Getting
caught kissing new girl by ex. a
very embarrassing time. Hopes
to sing his way into fame and
fortune. Thanks teachers.
KE N NETH DUBE
22 Mary St.
"Doobie" Looks for craziness in
a person. Mr. Silva and Mr.
Dlouhy ffl. Thanks go to par-
ents and Mr. Longo for their
help. N.B.P.D. in the future.
Happy when going fast in the
GTI. Secret fantasy: To own red
911 Porsche. "No way!"
117 So. Second St.
"Smurple" Is noted for her pur-
ple clothes. Fun hanging with
Tammy, Lorna, and Gina. Mom
gets thanks for her patience.
Boston trip with Tammy
memorable. "Don't aggravate
me!" Dreams of kissing Prince
while standing in the purple
119 Tremont St.
"This is true!" Thanks Ms. Sowa
for her help. Can be found at
the Mart. Hopes for fame and
fortune. Girl watching passed
the time. Photo with Mr. Mil-
lette and Crimson Courier fun.
Appreciates a person with a
119 Fremont St.
"Moe" Thanks Mrs. Medeiros
her favorite teacher. Enioyed
sociology and band competi-
tions. Embarrassed crying in
front of a teacher. "Thats life!"
Admires honesty. Ambition is
to go to college. Won't forget
struggling for passing grades.
THOMAS ARSE NE
151 Merrimac St.
"Tom" Happiest when with
C.E., D.S., K.R., and M.B.
Band trip to Florida freshmen
year was ultimate. Secretly
hopes to become a pro athlete.
Ms. Leal and history unmatch-
able. Thanks Mom and Dad for
never'ending patience. "You
A NITA MARIE
561 Bedford St.
"jamie" Thanks Mrs. Bolton for
her help. Running in her night-
gown in the street embarrass-
ing. Finds joy with foster
mother, Tryne Costa. Being a
sr. means a chance to make it all
the way. Won't forget help
given by staff. Hopes to be an
21 Laura Keene Ave.
"Freddy" Happy with Mike and
crew at the terminal. "Dukes of
Daiglef' Thanks Mom, Dad,
Michelle, Gold guidance. and
special teachers. Most embar-
rassing moment was the loss in
b-ball to Mr. Pires. To work as
broker on Wlall St.
SUZA N NE MARIE
15 Valentine St.
"Sue Due" Loves to say "Oh,
my Godl" Wants to thank Mom
and Dad for their love and
chemistry with Melissa, Tricia
and Doug. An honest and ma-
ture person admired. Mr. Ros-
cow's chem. class tops. Dreams
of winning Megabucks.
18 Washington Ave.
Looks for an open and under-
standing person. Mr. Roscow's
chem. class the best. Ms. Mor-
ris' class unforgettable, Electri-
cal engineering in the future.
Happiest with good friends.
Dreams of partying in Hawaii
with Loni Anderson.
CHRIS T. PATRICIA JOAO M.
EFTHIMIADES ELIZABETH ELLIS E NCARNACAO
184 Lafayette St. 280 Earle St. 196 Collette St. i
"Skinny" Having a pizza deliv-
ered to school was a roarl En-
joys making people laugh and
partying with friends. Thanks
parents for support. Trip to
Greece great experience. Sr.
lounge unforgettable. Wishes
to become a biomedical en-
"Pat" Wants to thank Mom and
Eric. Hopes to get a degree in
the biological sciences. Re-
members following a "certain
person" around at lunch. Hap-
piest with friends. Embarrassed
after dropping punch on
Cheryl's white pants.
"john" Passes the time watching
girls and playing football. Looks
for humor and honesty. Doesnlt
worry about Mondays while
partying. Thanks parents and
uncle. Mr. Biscari is the best.
Slipping on steps at busy time
MARC A NTHO NY
155 Cedar St.
"Marques" ls off to the service
for communications. Mrs. Pur-
cell and Mr. D were super. Re-
calls great times playing basket-
ball for NBHS. Vifants to thank
Mom. Happiest with Lorna.
Rates NBH high in leadership
and school spirit.
ELBA LISSETTE DANIEL A. JOSE O- LAURIE ANNE
FELICIANO FERNANDES JR. FERNANDES FERNANDES
9 Gemini Drive
"I.issy" Happy watching TV or
with best friends Evelyn and
Flor. "Excuse me for living!"
Dreams of meeting Charlie
from Menudo. Wants to thank
her mother. Appreciates friend-
liness and honesty. Mrs. McCoy
was tops and ,IROTC was great.
SHA Nemasket Pl.
"Chilly D" Thanks mother for
total support. Fills the air by
blaring his tunes. To be a senior
means being on top. Mr. D. and
Mr. R are tops. Enioys graphic
arts and TV. Ambition is to be
successful and happy. "XX'hat's
281 Davis St.
Left the warmth of friends and
staffofthe Green House before
beginning his senior year.
Didn't get the enjoyment of se-
nior lounge. Will miss the fun
times with good friends during
lunch. Usual hangout is North
End of the city.
HA Plymouth St.
N B. ll2T40
K'l.aur" Happiest when liayiiilu
fun with Brendan. XY'on't forget
good times with KD.. D.M.
M.C. TS., NP. and esp. Nl..
Sends special thanks to parents
and B for always being there.
Token Drive a top spot. Mr.
Goodfellow's chem class great.
MICHAEL NICOLE MARIE ANA P. EERREIRA CHRISTINE ANN
EERNA NDES EERNA NDES 519 North Front St. FERREIRA
so Milford st. ios Bfiafwtitia Dr. , NB- 02 T46 202 East Climfm St
NHBH O2-i45 NAB' 02-45 Appreciative of Mom and Dad NB, 02740
"Mike" Thinks Mr. Gill and
soccer were tops. XY'on't forget
all the friends he made at NBH.
To become wealthy as an en-
gineer. "You're the bestT"
Spends his time with friends
hanging at the Mall or the Rex.
Algebra a favorite. NBHS rates
"Nicky" Capt. ofswim team and
sec. of senior class. Enioyed sci-
ence with Mr. Hartley and
French with Ms. Rainville. A fu-
ture ietsetter. Steve brings
happiness. Big dreams ofliving
in Paris. VUon't forget pushups
with T.S., RB., BS. and R.V,
for their support. Remembers
fun at lunch with friends. Mr.
Lombardo was tops. Hopes to
own a business someday. Hap-
py with good friends. Kindness
and honesty admired. Being a
senior puts you at the top ofthe
"Chris" Likes dancing and
skiing. l'Are you serious?"
Thanks Mom and Dad for love
and support. Happy with
friends, esp. on a Friday. Great
Outdoors Club and being co-
capt. of gymnastics tops. Mr.
Kobza rates high and Mrs. Pur-
cell tops favorites.
DE N NIS R.
50l Coffin Ave.
l'Bull" Playing hockey and see-
ing his girl Christina make him
happy. "You better shut up!"
Can be found at his friends or
girlls house. English and Mrs.
Forgue tops. Remembers the
pretty girls at NBHS. Thanks
given to Mr. Souza.
14 Maywood St.
"Trabaio" Sends his thanks to
joe Sylvia for almost breaking
his foot with a 50 lbs. shot put!
Mr. Moretti and shop great.
Happiest time was on a field trip
to N.Y. Headed for the Marine
Corps. Enjoys camouflage ma-
neuvers and mental motivation.
STEPHEN A. DORINDA M. CHERYL ANN ELIZETE
FERREIRA FIDALGO ELEURY CO NST A NCE
-156 Allen St.
"Steve" Happiest with friends
at parties. Ambition is to be suc-
cessful. Meeting N.M. during
summer memorable. His secret
fantasy remains a secret? Mr.
Motta and Mr. Biscari tops.
Thanks go to NBHS staff for
help. "What's up!" Nancy
150 Mott St.
"Doritos" and "Xixa" Wants to
thank Litas. Hopes to return to
Portugal in the future. Mr. Bis-
cari and Mr. Broadmeadow
were tops. "How's life!"
Attracted to a person with a
wild personality. Being a senior
means finally making it.
850 County St.
"Blonde Terror" Sees medical
technology in the future. Hap-
piest when with friends. Meet-
ing Karl in N.H. memorable.
Chemistry and Mrs. Gutierrez
both favorites. Remembers
Great Outdoors Club as great
activity. Admires loyalty. "Get
26 ,lean St.
"I.izete" Thanks Mr. Andrade
and parents for support. Active
as VP of Minority Awareness
Club and with School Scan. "l
love you too, Babel" Being with
BM., EF., R.P., R.D. and D.R.
bring smiles. Winning Miss
Ultramarine was great experi-
ence. Headed for U. Mass.
WALTER STEVE N
22 Swift St.
"Conan" Thanks Mom and
Dad. D.E. with Mr. Pacheco
tops. "How you doing?" Can be
found at Hazelwood Park or at
the Mall. Plans to be rich some-
day. Remembers all the good
times at NBHS. Happy talking
to girls or being with friends.
FO NTAI NE
264 Appleton St.
Wants to thank Mom and Dad
for their support. Camping out
on the 50 yard line with j.R.
memorable. CWhere?D Remem-
bers the wild junior and senior
lunch tables. Future ambition:
U.S. Marine Corps. Mr. Rose
was tops. Dreams of skiing the
LYNN ANN FRIAS
77 Willard St.
"Lynnie" Thanks parents for ev-
erything. Remembers Mr. Mes-
sierls class with C.O., IS., and
M.L. "just great!" Field hockey
a favorite. Happy partying with
Sue Due and the crew. Lunch,
chemistry, and Mr. Roscow
tops. Hopes to travel.
MARIA N NE
273 Bates St.
"Go-Go" Wants to thank john,
parents and family for their sup-
port. Remembers the moments
shared at the Junior Banquet.
Mr. Roscow was tops. Happiest
with friends. Hopes to become
a speech therapist. Honesty is
tops in a person.
NANCY KIM FRIAS
62 Chancery St.
Special thanks to family, Deb-
bie and Tami. Will never forget
the trip to Europe. Happy times
doing crazy things with friends.
Fond memories ofjr. Banquet
and new friends. Hopes to be a
success, marry and travel.
85 Austin St.
N.B. 02 740
"Nat'l Can be found in South
End or at the Mills. Happiest
when with George Martins.
Cherishes those wild times with
friends. Goal is to become a
dental hygenist. Grateful to
Mom and George for their love
EMA NUEL A.
52 Swift St.
"Manny" Liked math and gym.
Won't forget lunchtime jr. yr. in
Green cafe. Thanks parents and
friends for being there. To be-
come a successful businessman.
Happy with old gang from M.C.
Senior meant having special-
PAUL A. FURTADO
ll9 Mill St.
Mr. Roscow and Mr. Vardo
tops. Likes riding motorcycles,
hanging with friends and girls.
Remembers last day of junior
year. Thanks Mom and Dad.
Admires an honest, crazy per-
son. Can be found at the beach
or Acushnet Ave.
211 County St.
"Gage" Found Mr. D. and
graphic arts super. Special
thanks to folks for everything.
Happy working and hanging
with friends, esp. Rich. Headed
for the Air Force. Secretly
dreams of becoming very rich
and very famous. Liked sr.
JOH N E. GAG NO N
33 Prouteau St.
"The Birdman" Skiing occupies
his time. Flag of excellence
ceremony memorable. Dreams
of dating Isabel B. Responsibil-
ity, graduation and being the
best defines senior. Headed for
the U.S. Army Special Forces.
Enjoyed chem. with Mr. Ros-
cow. "Oh shoot!"
JOSHUA DAVID ROSE L. GARCIA JOHN SCOTT ALAN
GALITSKY I2 Stone St. CHRISTOPHER GARIFALES
56 Buttonwood St. N.B. 02740 v 1565 Phillips Rd.
N-B. 02740 Remembers NBHS band trips 15 Berkle St N-B. 02745
'joshn Looks for warmth and as gfeaf- Th3f1kS Mom H115 Dad- NAB' 029,40 A "Doctor Space" Dreams of dat-
inner beauty. Found cruising in
the "blue lady" with the uorigi-
nal gang". Thanks Dad for love
and also family and friends.
Being CC editor, NB-Durfee
rivalry and NBH spirit and
Embarrassed after setting off
fire alarm in Canadian hotel
room on a band trip. Will never
forget being saved from a heat-
stroke by three lifeguards. Fu-
Can be found at Buttonwood
Park. Happiest with good
friends. Secret fantasy: to
motorcross race and play pro
baseball. To be an officer in the
Air Force or state trooper.
Admires good looks with
matching personality. Baseball
fan. "No doubt!"
ing a woman in every state. "Far
out Man!" Fantasizes of hijack-
ing a spaceship. Being at
"Dead" concert or jamming
brings smiles. Being born an
embarrassment. Mr. Campoli
and music rate high. Sleeps in
EMA NUEL GASPAR
I1 Richmond St.
"G-Man' Hangs with the Hom-
bres. "How am I supposed to
react to that?" Playing soccer a
favorite. Admires a good per-
sonality. Fond memories of stu-
dents and sports at NBHS.
Thanks Mr. Goodfellow.
Hopes to become an engineer.
GE NEREUX, JR.
65 Jenny Lind St,
"Dave" Found it impossible to
hit the books or fill in his ques-
tionnaire. Called the Gold
House home for almost four
years. Won't forget good
friends and the laughs at
lunchtime. Didn't get the full
pleasure of senior lounge.
311 Dartmouth St.
"Allie" Thanks parents, Up-
ward Bound staff and friends.
Mr. Roscow and Mr. Oliveira
both highly rated. Likes listen-
ing to music, going to the mov-
ies and hanging with good
friends. Computer programmer
in future. '83 talent show great.
58- VV. Clinton St.
A'Minga" Sends thanks to
Glenn. History and photogra-
phy were great. Happiest with
Marc. "Rude" Living in Alaska
or Rocky Mts. a secret dream.
Summer brought new friends.
BG and GM. Enjoyed activity
of Alpha, yrbk. and Outdoors
22 Sycamore St.
"TG," ls happiest with M.S.
and hanging with the fabulous
five. Fond memories of
weekends and holidays. Foot-
ball was great. Hopes to play
professional ball someday.
Dreams of camping out on the
50 yd. lind. "Go for it! Make my
lo Agnes St.
NE. Uris I
"Mimi" Rates Mr. Goodfellow
and Mrs. Gutierrez both tops.
Enjoyed track team and running
for Coach Gardiner. Thanks
Mom. Dad. Bon. Mel. and
N.G.. and M.X. To practice law
with SK. found with friends
KM. NF. FC and KN. Green
eyes a hit.
24' Dawson St.
Mr. Marchand tops. Fond mem-
ories Ofsenior lounge with R.G.
and M.M., jr. lunch and Mr,
Roscow's chem. class. Thanks
Mr, Lenny Loranger for getting
her out of D-block. Happy with
Billy W. Wants to mess up Mr.
Pei-fect's level five hair.
PAUL GOGUE N
80 Central Ave.
"Gog's" Sends his thanks to his
parents for their support. Hap-
in hockey for the first time.
Happiest with the in-crowd. 4th
Of july party with T.P., R.D..
KF., and the rest of the crew
. . 5. ff
....' . A
KELLY A. GOMES
57 Beech St.
N.B. 02 740
Enjoyed all the fun at NBHS,
esp. with cheering and band.
Mr. Goodfellow, Mrs. Hassey
and Mrs. Purcell great. Thanks
folks, teachers and Mr. Savage
for their help. Being with close
friends and the cheerleaders
brought smiles. Future surgeon.
280 Hillman St.
"Mickie" Happiest with jean-
Louis and Stephanie Lee.
Would like to thank grand-
mother for her support and
love. Hopes to become an RN.
Admires a person with open
emotions. Remembers rallies
and football games. "What's the
556 Sherwood St.
"Richie" Special thanks to par-
ents and Miss B. Pretty girls at
NBI-IS caught his eye. Good
personality counts. Rates Ms. B
and Mr. Hamlet on top, "Why
you going off?" Dreams of dat-
ing S.S. Owes Ms. B a jar of
candy! Football and b-ball great.
F,-ir.-Y - --
218 Acushnet Ave.
"Val" Thanks to mother with all
her love. Happiest with Eric G.
and good friends. Can be found
on 2nd floor core, Monte's Park
or United Front, "Plc-asel" Ms.
Caton fun. Won't forget sum-
mer of '85 Watch out worldg
here she comes!
-13 King St.
"joe" Wants to thank Mom and
Dad for their support. Secret
fantasy: to win Megabucks.
Algebra, Chemistry, Mr. Ros-
cow, Mr. Gill and Mr. Castro
favorites. Will always remem-
ber-Iunior Banquet. To own his
own insurance business in the
i ' n.um-- my
JEAN GONSALVES TANYA MARGRIT DEBORAH LEE
60 Tanglewood Dr. GO NSALVES NZAGA
NB- 02740 410 Loftus St. 22 Sagamore Sr.
Happiest with Brian O. Sends
thanks to Paula, Mom and Dad
for being there. Can be found
hanging with friends at Button-
wood. Enjoyed Mr. Ed and Mr.
Warren. Fun being on all three
lunch shifts with Maria and Ana.
Sr. lounge great.
RP., and T.A. jr. Banquet with
C.P. was ultimate! Admires
honest people. Hopes to be-
come administrative assistant.
Visiting Va. in H830 was fantas-
tic. Mrs. Romano ranks high.
"Catch ya later!"
"Debbie" Wants to thank
Claudio. Thinks Mrs. Fennell
was tops. Hopes to own a black
Corvette. Happiest with Peter.
Loves riding the "S.E.'! with Lin-
da when not working at Lincoln
Park. Admires honesty in peo-
BO N NIE GORMA N
40 Allen St.
Wants to thank parents, L.A.
and R.W. for their love and sup-
port throufghout the yrs. Hap-
piest with riends and john. Re-
members summer of "83" Fu-
ture ambition: Medical Techni-
cian. Cheering and Mr. Methia
were tops. "Really.!' A tiny
143 James St.
"Debbie" Sends special thanks
to parents, Nancy and Tammy
for all their love and support.
Remembers trip to Europe.
Looks for honesty and a good
sense of humor. Hopes to get
married and be happy. Happiest
with friends. "What's up?"
27 Viall St.
Finds science interesting.
Appreciates finding a great per-
sonality. The best of the list is
Mr. Kelly. Often found in the
South End. Happiest when not
in school. Thanks mother for
her love and support. Being su-
perior defines senior.
l3l Hathaway St.
Wants to thank Mom and Tony
for being there to help him. Can
be found in Blue or Tan House
with friends. Mr. Sanchez was
tops. Enjoys motorcycle riding
with good friends. Math is high-
ly rated. Will miss friends made
31 Whitman St.
Being with good friends passes
time the best. "Oh, no!" Looks
for people with a funny bone.
Won't forget jr. year lunch
shift with R.R. and T.R. Thanks
Dad for love and support. Final-
ly made it! Trip to Calif. is a
dream. Srs. are the best.
339 Court St.
Often can be found hanging at
Wonder Bowl. Looks for hon-
esty and sincerity in others.
Computing, softball, and bowl-
ing rank high. Hopes to succeed
in the electronic Held. Enjoys
being with friends. Mr. Methia
and astronomy were tops!
MARK E. GRIFFI N
33 Parker St.
"Griff" Hanging out with the
guys best times. Can be found
partying or on Clark St. Would
love to win big in Megabucks.
Weekends spent in Maine were
memorable. Looks forward to
getting his diploma in june on
stage. "What's up?"
JE N NIFER DIA N NE
16 Milford St.
'jennyu Was most embarrassed
when she fell off a chair in the
cafeteria. Meaning of being a
senior: knowing it's finally
here! Hopes to become a child
care worker. Thanks family and
friends for their love. "What a
IOS Park St.
One ofthe few who started with
the Class of '85 but decided to
spread her wings offreedom be-
fore sr. year. Missed much of
the excitement of this year but
most of all missed those close
friends made in the Tan House
and in 3-211.
200 james St.
"Jon" Found at Buttonwood or
U.F. playing b-ball. Thanks par-
ents for love and support. En-
joys driving and listening to mu-
sic. Is hoping for a successful
and happy future. Secret fantasy
to play with NBA. Happy with
FRA NCI NE GRACE
108 Navajo Ct.
'Akamai' Wants to thank parents
for being there when needed.
Hopes to become a Commer-
cial Artist. Dreams of spending
one weekend with Prince!
Being with witty friends great
fun. Mr. Bettencourt tops.
"What a character!"
DAVID ARMA ND
52 Valerie St.
"Miser" Likes to thank parents
for their continuous support.
Hopes to become an Ocean En-
gineer and to cruise the world's
waters. Loves hanging with
Hombres. Neatness and hones-
ty count. Swimming and water
skiing great times.
21 Desautels St.
"Pam" Best times are those
spent with friends. Apprecia-
tion sent to Mom, Brad, C.H.
and j.C. Would love to travel
the world and to win Mega-
bucks. Flirting a fun pastime.
"Go for it!" Enjoyed classes
with Mrs. Ayotte. Nice person-
ality a plus.
l5Ol Morton Ave.
"Bill' Swimming a great school
activity. Coach Medeiros and
his parents get special thanks.
Chemistry and Mrs. Keightley
were easy to take. Plans to fly
the skies as a pilot. A secret de-
sire to run the entire country as
951 Terry Lane
"Hawesy Bear" Special thanks
to Mom and Dad for their help.
Enjoyed Eng., history, Mrs.
Forgue and Mr. Armstrong.
Time spent with Linda great
fun. Happiest when boyfriend
visits. To join the Air Force in
the future. Dreams of weight-
DAVID T. HEALEY
250 Harwich St.
Plans to head for college.
Thanks parents for their sup-
port. Respects honesty. Spends
time playing sports, esp. base-
ball. Lived for those long
weekends and holidays.
Dreams of becoming a profes-
sional ball player. Admired
qualities found in Mr. O.
JOA N NE HEBERT
5516 Acushnet Ave.
"jo" Thought chemistry and
Mr. Goodfellow were tops.
Happy winning band competi-
tions. Thanks parents. Cheering
and the colorguard the ultimate.
Won't forget falling through the
bleachers at the jamboree!
Appreciates a sense of humor.
JAY C. HERMA N
508 Lantern Lane
N .B. 02740
Thanks Fritz for being there.
Happy when coming down the
slopes. Found in B367 or at
"pad" To become a vet. Mr.
Goodfellow was tops. 4'Give me
a break!" Can't forget walking
into girls' bathroom during a
dance. Sincerity is a winning
LISA F. HUMASON
l2 Elizabeth St.
"Hum" Fighting with Paul causes
the adrenalin to flow. Good
times with Lisa M. in chem. labs.
Miss P. rates high on her list.
Time with colorguard duties en-
joyable. Going to sr. lounge
great part of reaching sr. yr.
HER NA NDEZ
86 Potomska St.
One young man who decided to
avoid the june rush of gradua-
tion day by leaving in October!
Missed good friends made at
school and the privilege of
going to sr. lounge. Was often
found with close friends in Tan
Core or Tan cafe.
HER NA NDEZ
54 Liberty St.
"Raymon" Special thanks to
Mr. Sykes and Mr. Fortes.
Admires a sharp dresser. Hopes
to become an accountant or
chef. "That's what I thought?"
Summertime spent with Up-
ward Bound. Being with
Sorines brings smiles. Hopes to
own a red Corvette.
MARILY N JA NE
14Jenny Lind St.
Admires honest person with a
sense of humor. Won't forget
the good times with friends.
Her thanks to Mom and Dad.
College bound and a tour
of Europe. Happy letting go and
having fun. To marry a mil-
lionaire and be totally carefree
is a secret fantasy.
12 Dayton St.
Creativity flows through his
veins. Happy doing anything
using the arts to express his in-
ner self. Thanks all who cared
along the way. Dreams of the
Broadway stage. Admires world-
liness in someone. "Revoir
kids!" Loves Calif. living.
MARY MARLE NE
38 Pierce St.
"Marlenee,' Close friends April
and Kim the best. Mom and
Dad's support greatly appreci-
ated. Being with Bobby brings
smiles. Seeing movies and going
horseback riding great summer
fun. To be constantly happy a
dream. Rates NBH ffl.
LISA MARIE HURD
l29 Eugenia St.
"Lee" Can be found at Yor
Dogg House. Mom and Dad
get her deep thanks. Friends
and Dave make her smile. A fu-
ture as a nurse expected. Rates
NBH high on staff, students
and activities. "What's up?"
Washington trip fun time.
Hopes to meet a star.
160 Nemasket St.
"Beth" Band trips to D.C. and
Montreal exceptional. To be a
nurse and wed Mike a hope.
Happiest dancing and being with
Mike and friends. Attracted to a
personls smile and eyes. En-
joyed classes with Mr. Vaz and
Mr. Kobza. "You're a bratll'
554 Orchard St.
"I-Iot Dog" Enjoys sleeping or
partying with friends. Found on
the track or at the Mills.
Appreciates a sense of humor.
Happy with A.B., TJ., and
B.W. Appreciation to parents.
Hopes to become an architect.
Won't forget friends or D.L.'s
159 Hudson St.
Loves shopping and being with
friends. Parents and Liz deserve
special praise for love and sup-
port. Admires people who are
always themselves and have
Eleasant personalities. Fridays
ring happiness. Hopes to
obtain a degree in court ste-
nography for future career.
DON NA MARIE
JOHA NSE N
241 Carroll St.
"D.j." Red in the face falling
down the stairs following a
"friend" in Tan House. Suppor-
tive friends get thanks. Likes a
sense of humor. Soph. yr.
lunch, biology class and U.S.
history all memorable. Enjoyed
many of her teachers. College
54 Birchwood Drive
"T.j.j." Dreams of meeting
Mick Jagger and Robert Plant.
Thanks go to parents for love.
Mr. Fraga made a hit. Laughs
with Charlene and Lisa won't be
forgotten. NBH great 'cuz
everyone is catching the spirit.
To become dental hygienist.
41 Woodlawn St.
"Lucy" loves listening to music,
esp. at the beach. Mom and Dad
get her thanks. A future bank
teller. Rates students, staff and
fun activities at NBH the best.
Won't forget friends who
understood and teachers who
cared. "For sure!"
75 North St.
"Sweet Streak" Secretly hopes
to be hooked up with G.P. Can
be found at Monte's Park or the
football games. july 28th was
culmination of her summer.
Appreciated Mr. Raposo and
Mr. Araujo. Future aim: Cos-
metologist. "And ya know
CHRISANN ALIFIA KHAZAN STEVE JOSEPH PETER N. KATHLEEN A. I
KELLISH 497 W. Mitldfle St. KLAKOWICZ KO NSTA NTAKOS KOSTKA
277 DHWSOH St. , 02 40 972 Rockdale Ave. 944 Monmouth St. 142 Greenbrier Dr.
N-B' 02745 En oved bein in the chorus N-B' 02740 N-B- OZAQ5 NAB- 02745
"Chr-isv Fondly recalls renting on
the French Riviera. Gleeful
when partying with crew and
being with you know who!
Habitue of the Mills. Mrs. Has-
sey and Ms. Leal are tops. Off to
law school. "Catch ya later,
1 . E -
Appearance in "jesus Christ Su-
perstar" and the fun that fol-
lowed were memorable. Mr.
Fortes, Mrs. Dottin, and other
UB staffget her special thanks.
Headed for college or to pursue
a career in show business.
"Kluko" Friends made at
NBHS will be long remem-
bered. A great time had at all
dances. Special thanks to john
Sykes and Ms. Bizzarro for their
love and patience. Hopes one
day to practice law. Finds eyes
to be the windows to the soul.
Playing guitar and partying with
Chris and Matt all pastimes.
Looks for good attitude and
personality in friends. Thanks
to Mom, Dad and Chris. Hap-
piest on stage and when his wal-
let is full. Mr. Motta tops. "I
KENNETH AMY EDITH KELLI ANN LYNNE MARIE
KOWALCZYK KUMMER KYDD LABERGE
227 Harvard St. 1450 Plainville Rd. l73 Court St. 1853 Acushnet Ave.
N.B. 02746 NB. 02747 NB. 02740 N.B. 02745
"Killer" Hopes to be a train en-
gineer. Lunch and science at
NBHS were a blast! Can be
found playing hockey or hang-
ing at Wonder Bowl. Definition
of senior: Pride in NBHS.
Thanks Mrs. Harper. M. V ls.
last summer was ultimate!
"What is up, guy?"
Thanks to parents for love and
support. Mr. Roscow for chem-
istry was a favorite. Future
ambition: To be rich! Happy
with L.C., AB., K.L. and IT.
Won't forget all freshmen
classes with Annette. A nice
smile is a real attraction. "Sup
"Kel" Wants to thank Mrs. Cos-
ta, Mr. Hochman, Mrs.
Andrade and Mom. Remem-
bers falling in love last summer.
Mrs. Purcell a favorite. Hap-
piest with Timmy. Secret fan-
tasy: To meet Billy Dee Wil-
liams. "Youlre off!" Wfould love
to record hit tune.
Thanks Darcey for being there
and Mom for all her help. Re-
members fun of going to the
Vineyard with friends Dot,
Mello and Scott. K'What?" Per-
son's honesty and loyalty are
truly admired. Happiest with
Scott. Psych with Mrs. Hassey
"Kat" Hopes to own a Z-28 and I
marry GQ man. Happiest when
twirling, laughing and hangingf
out. "l'm spazin' outln Remem-'
bers Sue and Chris teaching
to drive a standard shift.
parents for love and SP
RAQUEL A N NE
264 Summer St.
Found in B367 during F period
study or at the barn. Mr. Good- '
fellow tops the list of perfec- 7
tion. Happy with Seidon or '
competing in dressage.
Teaching camp a summertime
activity found enjoyable. "Real-
lylu Friends and NBHS staff the
KELLY LA FLEUR
200 Ash St.
Looks forward to facing the
world and making a living for
herself. Mr. Longo gets her
thanks. Enjoyed math and Mr.
Silva's class. Being with her
fiancee is the best. Won't
forget teachers and good
friends at NBHS. Headed for
MICHELLE DO N NA
-5 Seabury St.
"Blish" Thanks Mom and Dad
for helping throughout the
years. Lunch and Mr. Biscari
tremendous. "Hey! What's
up?" Fun times with friends. Jlfl
class was Teen Culture with
Mrs. Purcell. Friendliness
admired. Dreams of becoming
190 W. Rodney Fr. Blvd.
Kim usually can be found in the
South End or at Davey's Locker.
Fond ofthose with agood sense
of humor. Off to college to be-
come a morticianl Loves being
with friends and partying.
Hopes to lead the good life with
lots of cash. "Such is Life!"
IRE NE GLORIA
86 Nye St.
Portuguese with Mr. Machado
great, Looks for a great person-
ality and honesty in friends. Fu-
ture ambition: To study foreign
languages. Happy with her
family and friends. Secret fan-
tasy is to travel around the
world. "Do the best you can?"
84 Milford St.
"Dave the Rave" ls happiest
when drumming or meeting
gorgeous girls. Going to the
wrong homeroom in senior year
was extremely embarrassing.
Lunch and girls at NBHS were
the best! Dreams of becoming a
great drummer. "Bet mel"
LISA A N NE
Sli Query St.
Thanks parents for their con-
stant support. Happiest with
good friends. Hopes to enter
the medical field. A lasting
memory will be winning NES-
BA finals and beating Dart-
mouth! Mr. Roscow and NBHS
colorguards unbeatable. Seeks
honesty and trust.
BRE NDA N LAWLER
9 Tobey Lane
"Father Lawler" Remembers
beating Falmouth in hockey.
Thanks Mom, Dad and Eddie
Van Halen for teaching him how
to play the guitar. Mr. Goodfel-
low, Mr. Vardo, and Mr.
Zeilinski tops. Hopes for
wealth, a Lamborgini and a
206 Allen St.
"Mickey" Drama Club was a top
activity. Mr. DeChambeau for
Graphic Arts was an outstand-
ing class. Thanks his parents and
his guidance counselor for
everything they have done for
him through the years, Fun
times with good friends at
MONICA ANNE KIM LEBERT MICHELLE C. KRISTI NE LEE
LEA NDRE ioi Clifford sf. LEBLA NC inn Aries paw
ss North sf. Nia. 0214.5 4090 Acushnet Ave. A , N-If 02. H .
NB. 02740 Can be found with friends hang- NIB- 02745 'Kristi Active either dancing.
"Moe" Had a fabulous summer
at Camp Cachalot. Being with
Darryl and Missy makes her
smile. Lunch during her fresh-
man and junior years was un-
forgettable. Fantasizes about
calling Laura at 2 AM! Off to
college for electrical en-
ing out at Brooklawn. Made
an early exit from NBHS. Is
often seen with Dawn and crew.
Called the Blue House home
for her stay here. Will miss only
the good times with friends at
lunch or out of class.
Mr. V and the NBHS Marching
Band were both outstanding.
Enjoyed studying French and
playing the piano. Serving on
the Student Advisory Comm.
memorable. Appreciation given
to parents, RL., S.S. and P.D.
Summer spent at SMU.
skating, traveling or on the
beach. Mom and step Dads
understanding special. College
bound fora career in medicine.
jim, family, friends bring
smiles. Mr. Kobza's class a treat.
Admires fairness and honesty.
950 Terry Lane
Content with close friends.
Found around Brooklawn Park
area. Thanks go to Mom, Dan
and IT. for being there. Par-
tying takes up agreat deal ofher
time. Secret fantasy: To date
"Tarzan" Looks for sense of
humor in person. "So what?"
if iihii A QS . L
r i S
208 W. Rodney Fr. Blvd.
"Missy" Will fondly remember
lunch and the l:50 bell. joe,
Monica, Pam, and Kristi make
her laugh. Mr. Kelly and Mrs.
OlLeary are great. Anxious to
finally graduate. Working as a
geriatric aide was rewarding.
Thanks Mom and Dad. "Hot
KRISTEN J. LOBO
103 Armour St.
Hobbies include dance and art.
Studio Art ranks among favo-
rites. Thanks Mr. Gissenger. To
become a fashion illustrator.
"Where,s the party?" Happiest
with boyfriend and friends. Mr.
Roscow tops. Enjoyed Drama
PETER A NTHO NY
113 Carroll St.
"The Mod" Slam dancing in the
"Wild Westn End the best. Mr.
Longo left an impression. Pic-
tures a future as a soldier of for-
tune. An admirer of one who
does not conform. Might end
up as an officer ofthe Common-
481 Rivet St.
"Dapper Dani' Thanks Mom
and Dad for their constant sup-
port. Happiest with honest
friends. Remembers partying at
Mills, Horseneck and East
Beach. Varsity football tops.
Hopes to enter field of
Oceanography. Searches for ma-
ture, fun loving type.
WE NDY jo LIMA
269 Ash St.
"Wendy" Favorites included
ROTC, Teen Culture and mu-
sic. An understanding person
with nice eyes and smile win her
notice. College bound. Thanks
parents for support. Happy
with Dave, Tony and Glyness.
Dreams of traveling the world.
956 Thorndike St.
"L3"or "Shorty" Thanks Mom
and Dad. Colorguard captain
with Lisa Metcalf fun. Experi-
enced the Gluons' bash. Red in
the face walking into core door
with E.S.'s help. Dreams of get-
ting revenge on the crew. Col-
lege-bound. Band occupied all
575 Myrtle St.
"TWiggy" Fond of Mr. Kelly,
Mr. Hamlet and math. Being
pushed into the boys, room was
highly embarrassing. Thanks
Mom for her love. Finds con-
tentment in knowing that her
family is happy. "Dingle Ber-
ry!" Found in lunch area with
JOSE JOAO LISBOA
181 Belleville Ave.
'joe" Special time spent with
friends memorable. Remem-
bers lazy summer days of fun-
in-the-sun at beach. Future
ambition: To be a pilot in the
Air Force. Mr. DaGraca and
Creole class both favorites.
Playing soccer for Mr. Matos
and NBHS outstanding.
289 Summer St.
Spends his time writing music
and poetry. Happiest when
jamming with the New Taboo.
Remembers vividly trips with
the band. Anxious to join the rat
race and write a novel. Total
peace of mind an admired trait.
Creation ofthe universe embar-
'frutnrhi A .I 1-.gnifieg
MICHAEL LORI ANN LOPEZ LISE JEANNE NANCY ANN LORI ANN
ANTHONY LOPES 40 Hunter st. LORA NGER MACEDO MACHADO
469 Dartmouth sf. H , n NB- 02740 190 Appleton si. 985 Mazeppa st, 268 Bates St,
N.B. 02740 LOHLO Thanks Mom for Su N.B. 02745 N.B. 02745 N.B. 02745
"Foots" Loves to watch pro-
football and dreams of playing
with the pros. Parked car got in
his way! Admires good person-
ality, even temper and sense of
humor. Remembers the
teachers and all good friends
made at NBHS. Social studies
and science tops.
port. Todd brings on happiness.
Ranks Ms. Persson high. Col-
orguard will be remembered.
Plans a career in International
Affairs. French was a favorite
subject. Can never forget thrill
of "Some Enchanted Evening"
Thanks Mom and Dad for their
support. Hopes to become a
successful business woman.
Happiest with L.L., RB., and
special friends. Mr. Kobza rates
tops. Can be found hanging at
Danny's or listening to music.
"Don't worry about it!"
K'Nance" Drawing occupies her
time. Thanks Mom and Dad.
Headed for medical school.
Writing "senior" on books de-
fines being one. Happiest with
friends. Mrs. Hassey and Mr.
Kobza rate high. The feast with
Mr. Flirt and fp.-iends great.
Thanks Mom and Bob for their
constant love and support. March-
ing band proved to be 9941.
Mrs. Hassey, Mrs. Gutierrez,
and Mr. Goodfellow were all
super in her book. Happiest
with Michelle and Anne. Hopes
to become a pediatrician. "Such
MARIA DE FATIMA MICHELLE ANA MADEIRA ALEXANDRE TI NA MAHER
MACHADO MACHADO 109 Nelson St. MAGALHAES 167 Caroline St.
129 Reynolds St. 618 Summer St. . NB' 0274.4 . 137 C0ffII1 Ave- ,, N,-B' 02740 .
NB' 02146 NB' O2-46 Spare time spent listening to NIB. 02746 Blue Eyes Jorge brings happi-
"Lelapee" Guys are rememberd
most Partying with a rock band a
great time. "God, he's
gorgeous!" Red in the face after
locking keys in boyfriend's car.
Dreams of dating Rob Lowe.
Mrs. Mellen is great. Passes
time with friends and Todd.
MA N NI NG
254 Pine Grove St.
"Sue" Can be found at the Mills
or Norm's parking lot. Mr.
Borowicz and Mr. Martin tops.
Clement brings smiles. Thanks
to Mom, Dad, Chris and Clem.
Remembers vividly I-Iobicat
weekend with S.D.. CA.. and
N.S. Sense of humor admired.
E-period study ifl.
"Mich" Was most embarrassed
after falling with Kris at Lincoln
Park gameroom. Happiest with
Timmy. Can be found at Cindy
and Gary's. Loves to spend free
time sleeping. Mr. Kelly was
greatl Appreciates Mr. Hoch-
man's and parents' support and
242 Whitman St.
'fIim" Thanks Mr. Motta for all
his support. "Later!" Plans on
leaving New Bedford and join-
ing the Air Force. Happiest
with good friends. Having
Mr. Dlouhy for auto tech
tremendous class. Can usually
be found at Gendron's. Enjoyed
sr. lounge and lunch.
music. Mt. Biscati for her ju-
nior year French was favorite
class. Happiest with friends.
Thanks to parents and teachers
for their help. Receiving the
Flag of Excellence memorable.
"Tell me about it!', Likes fun
"Alex" Soccer his favorite activ-
ity. Thanks sent to parents for
their support. Hopes for future
success as a mechanical en-
gineer. Happy with friends, esp.
on Fridays. Dreams of future
Clays traveling the world with a
beautiful gal on his arm.
ness. "Oh, dear!" Thanks
friends and parents. Dreams of
marriage and wealth. NBI-IS
noted for the men. Ms. Persson
and child care tops. Passes time
watching soaps. Enjoyed
French. Dreams of meeting
Blackie in person.
VICTOR MARQUES RUI MARMELO ANTONIO PEDRO
MARIA 114 Adam Sr. MARQUES
134 coiieffe sf. NB- 02746 57 Briggs st.
"Vic" Dreams of going to
France on a honeymoon. Dina
Resendes brings smiles. Thanks
parents and friends. "It's all
right!" Good friends at NBHS
stay on his mind. Upper class-
man defines senior. Mr. Robin-
son rates high with him. Wood-
working was enjoyable.
"Roy" Visiting Europe great ex-
perience. Four yrs. on soccer
and swim teams best times.
"Relax. . ." Mr. O, Mr.
Medeiros and Mr. Goodfellow
all favorites. Future desire is to
live in a mansion in Europe.
Admires pride students and
"Peter" Is happiest with Lisa
Sabino. Mr. Olivera's algebra
class will always be remem-
bered. TV a favorite way to pass
the time. Appreciation given to
Mr. Oliveira. History class en-
joyable. "What's up?" Future
wish to become pilot.
MARIA ALBI NA RICHARD RE NEE SUZANNE DOUGLAS PAUL PAMELA
MARQUES MARSHALL, JR. MARTEL MARTI N MARTI N
111 David St. 16 Mosher St. 12 Glover St. 204 Query St. 975 Chaffee St.
NB. 02-'44 N.B. 02744 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745 N.B. 02745
"M8cM"Thanks Mom, Dad and
Ms. Williams. Mr. Warren and
Mr. Curry both at top of her list.
"Dummy" makes her happy Re-
members walking into boys'
locker room. Vineyard trip un-
forgettable. To become a top
exec. secretary in future plans.
"Hershey" Can be found on
Acushnet Ave. Mr. Ed. and
Mrs. Medeiros top of his list.
Plans on entering US Air Force.
Embarrassed when he shaved
his head in the tenth grade.
Hanging with best friend Gage
fills the hours with fun. Enjoyed
"Ren" Thanks friends and
family. Anthony brings happi-
ness. "Kiss me, you fool!"
Dreams of running away with
boyfriend and living happily
ever after. Ho s for success in
business worlclie Red faced after
falling down the stairs. Enjoyed
"Doug" Thrilled when the
weekend finally arrives. Is often
seen at the Mall. Free time is
spent partying or simply hang-
ing. "Awesome!" Thanks Mr.
Savage for all his help. Life-
guarding was a blast. Enjoyed
Mr. Oliveira's math class most.
"Pam" Has high hopes of lead-
ing a rich and healthy life. Wild
memories of hanging with Olga.
North End of NB is where she
can usually be found. Mrs. Wal-
ker was tops! Thanks parents
and friends for their support.
N' Al i
BERNADETTE JOSE MIGUEL DIANE MARTI NS
MARTI NEZ MARTI NEZ 46 Mosher St.
399 So. Second St. 1105 Acushnet Ave. NB. 0224-1 J
N.B. 02510 N.B. 02546 MDI H3PPYhaV1f1g 320ml Umc
"Bernie" Enjoys shopping and
eating ltalian food and cheese-
cake. Loves to spend time with
Domanic. Most embarrassing
moment: Screaming in home-
room because of a bug on her
desk. Thanks Mom for all her
love and support. "Can we
"Papo" Found in Blue House
cafe with friends. Math and
science both favorites. Will al-
ways remember friends and
teachers here at NBHS. Hopes
for a future as a pilot. Secret
fantasy: To travel all over the
world. Thanks folks and Up-
with friends. Sept. 21 ceremony
special time. Thanks go to
Mom, Dad and brother Dave
for love and support. Mr, Kobza
for chemistry her favorite class.
Ambition and honesty admired.
UNO way!" Headed for medical
8 Stephen St,
"Jackl' Loathed being known as
a freshman. Gym and history
were cool classes. Dreams of
being abandoned on an island
with Brooke Shields. Enjoys
partying with friends at Button-
wood Pk. To be a senior is to be
able to stand tall!
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'Joh Hopes to be a dental assis-
tant. Mr. Kobza was terrific.
Thanks go to D.M., P.T. and
MR. for being such good
friends. Secret fantasy: To be-
come rich, happy and success-
ful. Happy with family and
friends. Likes listening to mu-
116 South St.
N.B. 02' '10
"Lizl' Thanks parents for their
love and support. ls happiest
with friends. Hopes to become
a fashion designer and to own a
Ferrari. Mr. Kobza's chemistry
class was tops. 'LVUickedly1" Re-
members meeting many new
friends. Likes sense of humor.
DIO N NE
won Maxfield St.
"Shaunie" Thanks her mother
and grandpa. To enter business
or become a secretary. Found in
the corridors. Going to talent
shows a favorite. English with
Mr, St. Pierre tops. A Michael
Jackson fan. Senior means
going on with your education.
1-18 Jennny Lind St.
'lCathy" Thanks Mom and Dad
for all their support, Happiest
with her good friends. Can be
found partying at Caesars "No
wayl" Remembers always being
outside during first lunch shift.
Mr. Braz's Eng. class was great.
Headed for SMU. Enjoyed
2'0 Austin St.
"Reverend Reparku Happiest
when at a Grateful Dead con-
cert. Secrety fantasy to start a
radio station that plays only
G.D.ls music. l'Peace." Sees
himselfgoing cross-country in a
van. Favorite pastime is be-ing.
Mr. Girard and Studio Art en-
1101 Pequot St.
"Eon" Our very own Capt,
Whaler, Enjoyed track and
football. 'iHey cousinln Mr. Vaz
rates an A. Summertime par-
tying the best. Will long re-
member great times with NBH
friends and sports. Admires in-
dividuality in a person. Thanks
MCKE N NA
158 Arnold St.
"JD," Can usually be found in
the West End or at the Mills.
Baseball a favorite activity.
Smiles abound when sur-
rounded by friends and par-
tying. Lunch junior year won't
be forgotten. Happy to have
finally made it to senior year.
ANA M. MEDEIROS
516 Kirby St.
"Ann" Wishes to be successful
in everything she does. Thanks
go to Mom and Dad for their
support. Honesty and good
personality admired. Secret fan-
tasy: To have all her dreams
come true. ls happiest with
boyfriend. "That's wicked
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DEBRA ANN ELSA MARIA GARY JAMES
MEDEIROS MEDEIROS MEDEIROS
56 Thompson St. 6119 Brock Ave, 15 Garrison Rd.
N.B. 02740 N.I5. 02744 N.B. 027515
"Debbiel' Love to Mom for all
her concern. Got red in the face
after finding disgusting photoin
locker. "Nastyl" Mr. X5Uarren a
peach. Hoping to become an
exec. secretary. Jr. yr. lunch
great fun. Attracted to friendly,
wild and crazy folks.
"Elsie" Found at Brooklawn
Park or East Beach Lunch time
a favorite. Thanks to Mom for
not letting her quit. Happy
when with her boyfriend,
Dimas. Working 9-5 in her fu-
ture. Feels friendliness an
admired trait. Hopes to be rich.
'iHey, you bumln
Thanks go to parents for sup-
port. Happy when not worlcing.
Remembers the girls at NBHS.
Hangout is anywhere he hangs
his hat. Enjoyed summertime
concerts. Honesty an admired
trait. Dreams of being a chef
and a millionaire. "Bet mel"
LI NDA J.
532 Sawyer St.
Mr. Pacheco for D.E. tops.
"That's what you think!" Being
a senior will be remembered.
Happy with Isaac having fun or
Cruising in his Mustang. Thanks
Mom, Dad, and Mr. Longo. Se-
cret fantasy is to be alone with
Isaac in Paradise.
LY N NE MARIE
305 Middle Rd.
"Flirt" Secretly dreams ofmeet-
ing Prince and making Playboy.
Melissa, Dad and Cheryl are
thanked for being there! Par-
tying, talking and flirting keep
this girl busy. Friends MM, KS,
CF, CP and .II-I remembered.
Blue eyes and blonde hair a turn
9 Shady Lane
"Mo" Will always remember
being NESBA champs and on
an undefeated drum line. ls
found at beach contemplating
life. Fantasy: To find her G.Q.
Prince Charming. Luv ya . ,. to
family and friends. L'Yo . , . l'm
having a good timel" Likes
174 Winston St.
Admires honest and friendly
people. Mr. Roscow for chem.
was the ultimate. Friends made
at NBI-IS will always be remem-
bered. jubilant when having
good times with fun friends. Is
ofgen seen at Shaw's. "Such is
SA NDRA A.
83 Florence St.
"Sandy" Active gal, esp. with
DC plays and field hockey. En-
joyed Mr. G, Mrs. I-I, Ms. L. and
Mr. O. Shared great times with
Myra and Freckles. Thanks par-
ents for love. Would love to re-
turn tothe carefree life ofa 5 yr.
459 Belleville Ave.
"Terry', Will always remember
friendships made at NBI-IS.
Wishes to become a successful
hairdresser. Glad to be a senior
so that she can join life! Parents
get her thanks. Grace, Kim
Anne, and Maggie bring good
times and laughs. "Shut up!"
KIM MARIE LI NDA MELLO HELEN CONNIE MANUEL
MELA NSON 18 Valley Ct. MELO ANTONIO MELO
275 Hillman Sl . ,, NJB' 02745 . 27 Chestnut St. 2' Chestnut St.
NAB' 02740 "Lin Happiestwhenwith Mark NB' 02140 NIBA 02' ,gp
"Kimba" Likes partying with
Cah, Den, and friends. "Go for
it!" Happy with Ted and
friends. Thanks Mom and Dad,
Embarrassed falling down the
stairs freshman year. Thorough-
ly enjoyed Spirit Week. Lunch
and history were tops.
and friends. Thanks Mom and
Dad for everything. I-Iorseneck
was memorable time. Reg-
istered nurse a future career.
Remembers NBHS for
teachers and friends. "The best"
defines senior. Mr. Kobza for
chemistry rates high.
"Cupcake" ls always smiling
when with john, Mr. Kobza,
Mr. Pepin, and Mr. Ed are
great! Spends leisure hours
listening to the radio. Wishes to
work as travel agent. Thanks
parents. "Fer sure!" NBI-IS
guys made quite an impression.
"Tony" Found trusin' around
town. Mr. Anderson tops his
list. Xlfill always remember the
day we received the Flag of Fx-
cellence. Thanks go to parents.
Friends bring it smile. Future
hope to own a business. Xvalk-
ing into girls' room embarras-
. X .. ..
NORMA N ERIC ANDREW EDWARD DONNA ME NARD DOREE N A NN J. DOUGLAS
MELTZER ME NARD 24 Park Drive ME NDES ME NDES, JR.
598 W. Clinton st. 38 shore sf. Awshnfff 02745 170 Clifford Sf. 74 Butler Sf-
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02744 K'Menard', Mr. Kobza and chem N.B. 02'45 N.B. 02744
"BA," Can be found lifting
weights at George's Gym. En-
joyed chem class with Mr.
Goodfellow. Thanks Dad for
his love and support, Dreams of
winning a medal at the l992
Olympics. Happiest when sur-
rounded by friends joking.
Often found in Mr. Biscari's
room. Being in the Chess Club
for three years was rewarding.
Will remember making friends
at Mr. B's room. Thanks to
Mike A. for introducing him to
his sister Lisa who brings him
great happiness. Mrs. Pike tops.
labs were both memorable. "So
how ya doing?" A good sense of
humor something greatly
appreciated. Thanks are sent
out to her mother for her sup-
port. Hanging with good
friends having fun times brings
L'Dor,' Will never forget the
good friends she made at
NBHS. Mom and Dad deserve
thanks. Hopes to become a den-
tal assistant. Being with Michael
brings a smile to her face. Free-
dom defines a senior. Mr. K.
and clinical chemistry super.
"Doug" Special thanks sent tc
parents for all their support and
understanding. Can be found
working out at Nautilus. f'Bip"
Secretly dreams of meeting Di-
ana Ross. Won't forget falling
offthe starting block before gun
in a swim meet.
PAULA BRA NCO SANDRA ME NDES GLENN MARTIN
87 Fruit St.
'LPunk" ls happy having fun
with friends. Thanks her par-
ents. Thanks God for being a
senior. Dreams of becoming a
dancer. Senior lounge was a fa-
vorite. Can be found at
Horseneck Beach. Appreciates
real honesty. Loves to dance.
S' Fruit St.
"Sandy" Thanks Mom and Dad
for their support. Often found
at X5UestBeachor playing tennis.
Meaning of being a senior: "I
can't believe it!" Those hot
summer nights in Miami were
the best. Off to law school. Sr.
29 Arnold Place
Glen has secret dreams of one
day living underwater. Mr. Ros-
cow's chemistry class was the
best. Fun times with Everuff.
Thanks Raquel for her support.
The islands and South Dart-
mouth are favorite spots. Enn
joyed swim team.
KARE N MARIE
34 Sea View Ter.
"Mimo" Hopes to attend busi-
ness school and marryjohn. Se-
cret fantasy to win Megabucks
and buy john a studio. Thanks
go to parents, Betty and friends.
Senior beats being a freshman
any day! "Give me a break!"
Listening to "Edge" a treat.
281 Davis St.
"Moose" Found on the Avenue.
Thanks parents. Dreams of be-
coming a well known sports
writer. Happy with friends or
watching a good Bruins game.
Secret ambition: To cover a Su'
per Bowl game for a major
newspaper. Mr. Pepin and Mr.
Motta both favorites.
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60 Pamela Drive
l'Dwif 'l Won't forget being part
of such a great school. Thanks
parents for support. Mr. Motta
and Ms. B rate high. Found at
the Mills. Enjoyed being a
beach bum. Being with friends
makes him happy. Hopes to
own a red Vette someday.
51 Seabury St.
Happiest times with Michael.
Thanks Mom and Dad for all
their love and support. Will
never forget beating Dart-
mouth at MICA and being co-
captain of colorguard with
Laurie. Passes time with great
friends. M.S., M.M., andj.B. all
374 Cummington St.
Being a captain for the
football team a highlight. Favo-
rites include Mr. Oliver and Mr.
Mitchell. Hopes for a future as
an engineer. Admired the foot-
ball team for hanging tough
through a trying season. Run-
ning track enjoyable.
PAULA CHRI STI NE
144 Willis sf.
f'Miss Mis" Will always remem-
ber her "family", RB., D.S. and
M.M. bring a smile. Looks for
humor, honesty and a wild per-
sonality in friends. Mr. Girard
tops. Those backyard parties
are unforgettable. Thanks to
Mom and Dad. "Relax"
493 Loftus St.
"Tam" Happy with Rex anc
other friends. Thanks to parents
for their understanding. Looks
for real honesty in a person
Won't ever forget hazy summer
days at Horseneck Beach. Fu-
ture ambition to be rich. Mr
Levesque tops. "Go for itil'
BRIAN MIXON MARY LOUISE NANCY MONIZ
125 Morgan St. MO NIZ 2'6 Bates St.
Found it easier to have the staff
create a yrbk. profile than to
turn in his questionnaire. Won't
forget the antics of the Class of
'85 and the joys of being a SE-
NIOR. Found with friends
hanging in the Green House.
KELLI MO NTEIRO
46 Fair St.
"Kell" Will never forget thrill of
senior year. Basketball games,
Minority Awareness Club,'and
the Art Club were super. Mr.
Roscow for chemistry the best.
Can be found in the West End.
Thanks mother for support.
APRIL LY N N
29 Tremont St.
Mr. Kobza for chemistry great.
Won't forget dunebuggy ride
with Mike and Matt. Thanks go
to grandparents for everything.
Matt brings a smile. Hopes for a
healthy life and a good job.
Hugging the wrong guy at a
game embarrassing. "Hi toots!"
29 Dunbar St.
"Maes" Remembers having
lunch with Ana and special
friends. To enter field of psy-
chology. Thanks parents.
Dreams of traveling with Van
Halen. Likes finding easygoing.
humorous people. Will never
forget tripping down the stairs.
"Nant" Remembers falling
down the stairs freshmen year.
Great personality an admired
trait. Mr. Kobza, Mr. Walsh and
Mrs. Sullivan super. Lunch with
friends super times. Future
ambition: To make a lot of
money. Free time spent hanging
100 Chesnut St.
This young man left his col-
leagues behind by leaving
NBHS in early October. While
here he enjoyed the friends he
made and the good times he
had. Did not get the full pleasure
of sr. lounge and Spirit XY'eek.
Found in Green House.
58 Hanson St.
Dancing and going to football
and hockey games made her
day. Fun with PB, DG, LW, DS
and RC long remembered. A
fairy tale future is wished for
with a handsome Prince.
Thanks Mrs. H and Mrs. B. W'as
found in sr. lounge with Rose
26 Allen St.
Hopeful of becoming an exec.
secretary. Usually found at
beach or on Avenue and
Brooks. "Go for it!" ls attracted
to good looks and a super per-
sonality. Thanks Mom and
Cece. Last summer's party with
Maggie great. Business Club
190 Adams St.
"Mike" Can be found at Mt.
Pleasant school. Mr. Motta for
U.S. History a favorite class. ln-
telligence an admired quality.
Remembers NBHS as being
ranked a top school. Future
ambition to go to R.I.S.E. to be-
come an engineer and to be-
LA NA D. MO NTY
2294 Acushnet Ave.
N.B. 02 746
Favorite way to pass the time is
partying or being with Jimmy.
Found in Fairhaven or at Brook-
lawn Park. Mom and Dad get
her thanks. Dreams ofliving on
a deserted island. Being at Pe-
ter's Pond Park brings happi-
ness to her. "What's up?"
968 Pine Hill Dr.
"Mike" Remembers winning
two NESBA titles and the
MICA title in marching band
competitions. Doing "the time
warp" a favorite pastime. Sum-
mer memories of M.S., JB.,
and L.M. great. Thanks parents,
A.M. and M.D.M. "And
such . .. "
DON NA JOANNE
581 Shawmut Ave.
"Donz" Won't forget 6-29-82
or the excellent times with TS.,
S.S., L.F., N.P., K.D., MC.,
and N.C. Happiest when
spending time with Mark.
Found at the Mills. Mark, Mom
and Dad get thanks for every-
thing. Hopes to work with chil-
MELISSA ANN MARTIN VICTOR EDWARD
MORSE A NTHO NY MORTO N, JR.
s4oR Mititiie Rd. MORTE NSEN io ciitiiii si.
Acushnet 02245 8 Villa C Ave N.B. 02'40
"Missy" Camping at Maple Park
with L.M. and M.R. great fun.
Many hours spent talking on the
phone! "That's lifel" Being with
L.M. and IH. pleasurable.
Bound for the college life.
Thanks Mom, Dad and Lynne
for their understanding and
"Tony" Thanks Mom and Dad
for guidance and support. Mr.
Kelly is tops. Happy passing
time partying with friends.
"Not necessarity!" Seniors of
"84" and "85" were memorable.
Looks for honesty. Active in
D.E. Found with friends in
"Vic" ls very happy on those
long weekends. Secretly hopes
to meet judas Priest. Hazel-
wood Park a favorite hangout.
Found gym to be personal fa-
vorite school activity. Mr. Kel-
ly, French and Mrs. Harper
were memorable. "Lame dude!"
JEA N MARIE MOTA
91 Jouvette St.
"Jeannie" Word processsing in
the future. Thanks go to her
parents for love and under-
standing. Will never forget
great times spent at NBHS with
close friends. ls usually found at
West Beach. Computer math a
personal favorite. "Aw-right!"
1251 Roseanne St.
"Curt" Found Mr. Vaz to suit
his tastes. The D.C. produc-
tions will always remain vivid
memories. "Take off, eh!"
Hopes to become entre-
preneur. Secretly dreams ofself
in the '88 Olympics. Thanks his
brother for direction. Happy on
his own time.
306 Court St.
"Nicks" Passes time socializing.
Thanks Mom! Mr. Goodfellow
the best. Looks for sincerity and
compassion. "lt's casual!" or
'LLife's ruff!" Happiest with
friends. Hopes for wealth and
happiness. Has baseball fever.
Hangs in his bug or at the Mills.
8 Jenny Lind St.
"Mora" Remembers football,
basketball and hockey games.
Thanks go to parents for love
and understanding. On to
Marine Corps. Can be found
hanging at Buttonwood Park
with Tarp and TK. Loves to fill
those hours with parties.
if A is
45 Linden St.
"Bob" Can be found bowling,
socializing or partying with
friends. Mr. Goodfellow and
Mr. Fraga tops. Optimism an
admired trait. Remembers sum-
mer visit to Va. to visitJeff. En-
joyed lunch and running track
for NBHS. Thanks Dad.
JEA N NINE MARIE
48 State St.
"NiNi" Is often seen in the
school parking lot. Swimming
and Mrs. Buckley made hits.
Thanks Mrs. O'Leary. Vacation-
ing with Warren was fantastic .
Extremely embarassed to find
herself in boys' room. 4'Go for
itll' A future nurse.
194 Blackmer St.
"Pito" Mr. Sykes and Upward
Bound program get his thanks.
Hopes to become successful in
business field. Motorcycles and
music fill his hours. "I'm tired!"
Having Mr. Messier for math
was great. Friends will be long
remembered. Happy on Fri-
RONALD NERY MARIA NEVES JACQUES THIERNO NIANG
1028 Dewey St. 280 Acushnet Ave. EMMA NUEL 333 Middle St.
N.B. 02745 N.B. 02740 N'GUIA N.B. 02740
"Ron Ron" Swinging that golf
club was the best. Often at the
Whale. Computer science grabs
his interest for future plans.
Being a sr. gave him a chance to
have agood time and look down
on underclassmen. Thanks
everyone who made him what
Another early bird to leave the
nest before completing her four
years ofhigh school. Missed the
good times with old friends, the
privilege of senior lounge and
the antics of Spirit XY'eek. Was
often found hanging in Gold
House and cafe.
541 Maxfield St.
"BabyJ" Will always remember
playing football for NBHS.
Debbie and good friends bring
smiles. Thanks mother, grand-
mother, Debbie and Coach Lil.
Mr. Kobza and Mr. Millette
tops. Dreams of NFL. Found at
the Mills. 'LBoy, l'll kill you?"
"Thoe" Spends time listening tc
music. Thanks to Mr. DaGracz
and Mr. Broadmeadow. Senior
means total freedom. Walking
into girls' room was cause foi
being red in the face. Vacatior
in West Virginia was memor-
able. Hopes for visit to home-
KIM MARIE MARK NOLIN ANTONIO M. MARIA CONNIE
NICHOLS 22 Myrtle Aye. NOVO NU NES
8 Spruce St. , ACUQWSFOZ743 , 103 Clara St. 22 NfflS0n St.
N.B. 02749 Won tforget the 1oy ofbeing on N-B-02114 NAB, QZT44
'LMrs. D" The fun times with
good friends will be long re-
membered. Mom and Dad get
special thanks. Didn't enjoy
hearing the alarm those school
mornings. "What's up?" Hopes
for a successful and happy fu-
ture. Admires an honest per-
his own for 5 wks. with home
and car! D.C. productions a
fond memory. Thanks Dad. To
become physical therapist a fu-
ture plan. Playing basketball
and listening to loud music
great pastimes. Pope Pk. fan.
'LTony" Ambition in life is to
become an Air Force pilot.
Spends hours driving around
with friends. Mr. Broad-
meadow and math class were
enjoyable. Often seen at West
Beach. Looks for a person with
honor and style.
"Sue" Thanks all her friends fo
their support. Appreciates the
good stafflike Mr. Savage. Wil
always remember that famou
quote. "Hit the books or hit thi
roadl' Secretly dreams of be
coming a superb secretary
Often found at the beaches.
54 Emerson St.
N.B. 02- 40
"Tai" Wont forget her new
friends Gloria. Maggy, Renee,
Maria P. and Maria N. Thanks
to family and friends. "NDT"
special circle. A future as a hair
stylist or secretary. Loves dou-
ble dating. shopping. or dining
out. Likes friendliness.
lfij Phillips Aye.
N.B. 02' lo
"Rango" Father and stepmother
get his thanks. Mr. Roscow and
Mr. Ed. personal favorites.
Classes in chem. and biology
the best. Hopes for .1 future in
medical technology. Being with
friends or his girl brings happi-
ness. Enioys partying.
BETH FRA NCES THEODORA CLAUDINA MARIA GRACE C. LISA ANN
NYE OCQUAYE OLIVEIRA OLIVEIRA OLIVEIRA
202 Campbell St, 524 Cottage St. 866 So. First St. 59 Aqnghner Ave, 86 Greenbrier Dr.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02744 N,B, 02740 N.B. 02745
"Earmuffs" Is found dancing at
Caesar's or cruising in the ceme-
tery in Mike's Mustang. Won't
forget lunches with Todd.
Thanks sent to Dad. Great Out-
doors Club, Mr. Walsh and
algebra all favorites. To travel
world-wide a desire.
"Yeye" Having Mr. B for
French was unique. Thanks
everyone for being kind and
understanding. Desires a career
in the world offashion as a mod-
el. Secretly dreams of meeting
Jermaine jackson. Spends lei-
sure hours at home or dancing.
l'Clawd" Feels that NBHS is the
best because of a dedicated
staff, super student body. and
fantastic activities. Hopes to be-
come special ed. teacher.
Admires honesty in a person.
Found English class very re-
warding. Thanks parents.
Two weeks in Bermuda with-
out parents was awesome. Blue
House lunches with Rosana and
gang were memorable. Secretly
dreams of meeting Duran
Duran personally. "KinkyY"
Having fun and laughs good
medicine. Future secretary.
"E.T." English with Mr. Pepin
and lunches unforgettable.
Attracted to honest but wild
personality. Thanks sent to par-
ents and friends who bring her
happiness. Beach last day of
school was outstanding.
"What's up?" Future program-
MARK OLIVEIRA LISA OLIVER RUTH ORTIZ
25 Norwood St. l H Harkum St. 182 Chancery St.
"Oli" Happy when playing soc-
cer or being with MB. Mr. Ros-
cow is the most. Thanks parents
and MB. Hangs at the Mills
with the gang. Dreams of being
the best in any future career and
having a good time at it. Enjoys
the sounds of station WUSM.
'lGlamorous Lee" Becoming a
successful legal secretary a fu-
ture ambition. Enioys time
spent on the Cape with Dyane,
Ladv Ice and Michael. Desire to
visit Puffer Bellies with jeff
Barrows. Mom gets special love
for all she's done.
"Dimples" ls happiest with best
friends. Margie and Lynda.
Highly embarrassed by spilling
milk on herselfatlunch.Thanks
to Sarge. Mr. Fortes and Mr.
Gissenger. Drill Team out-
standing. Mr. R's lectures awe-
some. Dreams ofa cruise with
KAROLI NE A N N
17 Columbia St.
Thanks sent to family and good
friends. Time spent with David
special. Mrs. Sullivan tops list of
favorites. Looks for honesty and
sincerity. "Give me a break!"
Dreams of a chance to travel
with Van Halen. Loves to spend
1152 Phillips Rd.
"Trouble" Being on the year-
book staff will remain a vivid
memory. Mother gets thanks
for showing love and caring.
Hopes to face future living in
luxury. "Well at any rate!"
Searches for folks who like hav-
ing agood time. Can be found at
SCOTT ALAN STEVEN D. SUSAN JA NE GARY DONALD JOHN PAIVA
PACHECO PACHECO PACHECO PAI NCHAUD 57 Capitol St.
62 couiombe sf. 1152 Phiiups Rd. 98 Aquianetk st. 459 conduit st. U , , If-B. 02744
Acushnet 02743 NB. 02745 N.B. O2744 N.B. 02745 Thats lf! Thanks Pafems for
"Scottie" Won't forget the fun
and work ofyrbk. Plans on com-
ing up with quick retort for Ms.
B's teasing some day! Likes
work with computers or math.
Looks for inner beauty. To be
pres. of IBM would be nice.
Dreams of walking the beach
with setting sun.
"Steve" Fondly remembers the
good looking girls at NBHS.
Spends free time riding his
motorcycle around the city.
Most noted for falling asleep
during classes and studies
where he could relax. "What's
up?" Found in Blue House cafe.
"Suzie Chicon Passes time with
great friend KK. and best bud-
dy C.A.C. Being NESBA
champs twice and '84 NEMA
champs was a great thrill.
"Wicked good!" Thanks special
parents for love and continuous
support. Happy with Chris,
Kat, Lisa and band.
Thanks aunt and uncle for sup-
port. "Hurting!" Ambition is to
be a computer engineer. Found
his first day at NBHS very
embarrassing. Happy when the
weekend comes. Graphics and
Mr. DeChambeau favorites.
Being on top in '85 memorable.
Me and Ed's or the Mills ub-i
SIIELIIS Mr. Connor was t 4
Dreams of riding for team H
da in national races. Looks
honesty. Passes time
motorcycle and Weightlifting.
support. Hangs with the crew at
NANCY LYN PAULA PASTIE THERESA MARIE
PA NKER 134 Bismark St. PAULETTE
99 Brock Avenue NB' 02745 . . 156 Grinnell Sf-
NVB. 02744 Is often found hanging with N-B' 02740
"Nam", Looks for honest peo-
ple. Being captain of field hock-
ey was a blast. Times spent with
M.C., T.S., D.M., LF., and
N.C., will always be remem-
bered. Happiest with Paul or at
Mills. Mr. Walsh for English
was super. Thanks to Mom.
743 Hathaway Rd.
"Gill" Can be found at any par-
ty. Will remember running
Whaler track. Happy when par-
tying with friends. Future work-
ing for the F.B.I. Mr. Motta and
history wild. Spent summer
working. Won't forget initia-
tion. HEat paste!'!
friends in the Sassaquin area.
Mr. Warren and Mrs. Buckley
top her list of personal favorites.
Hoped and prayed that she
would pass Eng. Displayed nim-
ble fingers in typing. Best times
came from being with pals.
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JOHN V. PELICAS
196 Division St.
"Lover" Happy when with
Grace. Secret fantasy to be rich.
West Beach a favorite place.
Mr. Dlouhy, Mrs. Gomes and
Mrs. Purcell tops. Parents de-
serve thanks. Craziness an
admired trait. Can't wait for the
senior prom. "The best!"
"Terrie" Enjoys times spent
helping the handicapped chil-
dren. Thanks parents, Mrs.
Harper, and Mr. Boulay for
their support. Happiest with
boyfriend, Terrence Russell.
Can be seen hanging in the
West End. Working with
Project Ready was excellent.
CO N NIE MARIA
115 Division St.
"Punk" Found at West Beach.
Spare time spent flirting and
goin to "P.A." Wonit forget the
summer of '83, Looks for guys
with full lips. Secret fantasy: To
kiss Rod Stewart. Sweeping the
floor with Valerie memorable.
A NTO NIO PAVAO
21 Chestnut St.
"Tony" Parents get his thanks
for their help. Mr. Vardo rated
high. Listening to the radio or
playing hockey great way to
spend time. Dreams of a uni-
form in the NHL. "How's it
going?" Admires an appealing
personality. NBH girls were
41 Sycamore St.
"Donny" Enjoyed chemistry
and lunch at NBHS. Hopes tc
become rich and successful.
Often found on the Ave. or al
Mills. Was thrilled to have bought
his first van last summer. Great
times in the talent show will
never be forgotten. "Clean,
217 Rounds St.
Enjoys time spent hanging with
friends or attending karate
classes. Can be found in Mr.
Biscariis room. Mrs. Pike and
biology were excellent.
Attracted to and admires peo-
ple who are witty and honest.
Wishes to become a comp.
MARIA FERNA NDA
423 Belleville Ave.
"Nanda" Thanks parents. Mr.
Warren's class in accounting
was enjoyable. Hopes to be a
secretary. Happiest when all is
going her way. Passes time
watching TV. Hangs near the
book store. Red faced asking
for stairs to 5rd floor when on
573 Kempton St.
'Canoah" Playing drums, soc-
:er or football passed the time.
Fun in Brazil unforgettable. Fu-
ture days to be spent as an en-
gineer. Loves it when a plan
:omes together. Thanks family
for their support. Appreciates
an honest friendly kind of
400 Orchard St.
Dreams of writing a best selling
book. Thanks parents and
everyone else who helped him
live his existance. journalism
was always on his mind. Mr.
Oliveira's algebra and geometry
classes were unforgettable. Mr.
Araujo is cool. "So what!" Likes
LYNN ANN BRIAN KEITH CHARLES PERRY,
PERRON PERRY JR.
98 Moss St. 46 Anthony St. 274 Palmer St.
N.B. 02744 Acushnet 02745 N.B. 02740
Cheering jr.fsr. years
tremendous. Being co-capt.,
band practices and good friends
will always remain happy mem-
ories. Thanks parents, LA, BG,
RW, TS, CP and FF. Laughs
with Linda, songs with Robyn
and ice cream all brought good
times. Dreams of dating B.C.
"Bleep" Thanks Mrs. Clermont
in the computer center and his
parents. Is often found in comp.
room. Tripping on stairs in Blue
House was very embarrassing.
Mr. R. LeBlanc and Mr. Roscow
are the best. Hopes to become a
comp. programmer or techni-
25 Norwood St.
Acushnet 02 743
"Liz" Happy with friends and
Paul. Thanks go to parents for
understanding. Won't ever
forget chemistry lab with Don-
na and lunch in Green cafeteria.
Mr. Kobza super. Spare time
spent working at Shaw's. Loyal-
ty an admired trait.
THOMAS H. PERRY
8 Ward St.
"Tom" Can be found spending
his leisure time in the lot. Found
Mr. Alves to be caring and sup-
portive. Five minute passing
periods were super. Thanks go
to parents. Fourth of july with
B.D. and P.G. was great. Par-
tying with friends is great.
ALDI NO PESTA NA
54 Rivet St.
"Eyelash" Mr. Dlouhy and auto
tech were enriching. Fond of
playing football and hockey.
This future mechanic hopes to
have a garage of his own. Usual-
ly found on corner of Blackmer
and South Second Streets.
Thanks to parents.
RAYMO ND SCOTT
1175 Joyce St.
"Ray" The melting pot of per-
sonalities at NBHS will be re-
membered. Just hanging out
not working brings smiles.
Hopes to become a biochemist.
Mr. Goodfellow tops his list.
Dreams of being the best in all
areas. Sports a great pastime.
"Wiz', Football and track both
favorite sports. Meeting Shelly
made the summer special. Likes
a nice smile and great personali-
ty. To spend future as drafts-
man. Dreams of being wealthy
and a hero among men. Thanks
Mrs. Bolton and helpful
42 Davis St.
"Tabbie" Thanks Mom and
Vova. Smiles with Tom. "I be-
lieve you!" Passes time shop-
ing. Hangs anywhere. Looks
for humor and thoughtfulness.
Enjoyed English and shorthand.
Experienced the shark attack at
Horseneck Beach. Mrs. Walker
173 David St.
"Bela" Dreams of winning the
Megabucks. Is happy with Ted-
dy. Parents get her thanks for
their support. Won't forget fun
times with friends. A future as a
secretary. Mr. Pacheco, Mrs.
Gomes and Mr. B all favorites.
Enjoys listening to music.
319 Pleasant St.
"Dave" Having Mr. DaGraca
for math was the best. Looks
forward to long weekends and
the sound of the 1:50 bell. Fond
memories of the rallies and the
lunches. Future days include
getting a college degree. Won't
forget going to class unzipped!
101 Newton St.
"Buddha" Playing drums or
hanging with friends passes the
time. Likes finding a personality
with a positive attitude. Dreams
of becoming a professional
musician. Won't forget great
friends made at NBH. Mr.
Campoli a treasurer. "What's
11 Matthew St.
"Dorita" Never quite made it
by 7:30 to hmrm. "Go for it!"
Summer of '82 was great. Fami-
ly and friends get her thanks. To
become a secretary and the
mother of ten little ones!
Dreams of touching Bon jovi's
chest. Enjoyed typing for CC
74 Fern St.
"Lena" Thanks parents for their
love and encouragement.
Hopes to be computer prog-
rammer and to get married.
Happy with T.C. and friends.
Looks forward to her gradua-
tion. Likes listening to soft rock.
The privilege of sr. lounge was
493 Belleville Ave.
"Sue" Always smiling when
with R.A., j.B., and L.V. Re-
ceiving dozen red roses from
Rob A. will never be forgotten.
Had great fun last summer at
Walt Disney World. Hopes to
become a music teacher. Thanks
Mom. "It was so funny . . .!"
ALAN M. PO NTE
1157 Acushnet Ave.
"Big Al" Found on the Avenue.
Won't forget the pretty girls at
N.B.H.S. Mr. Edmundson and
Mr. Taylor tops. Secret fantasy
to meet Heather Locklear.
Talking to a beautiful girl al-
ways brings a smile. "Wicked
cool!" Hopes for wealth.
52 Cove St.
"Tony" Decided to leave the
city and school to take up resi-
dence in Canada. Was found
prior to that in the Gold House
or hanging with friends in the
city's South End. Will miss good
friends and fun times of sr.
lounge and lunchtime.
15 Oak St.
"Deen Getting Flag of Excel-
lence was memorable. Thanks
Mr. Wall and Mrs. Amaral.
"You're crazy!" Dreams of her
own business and marriage.
Happiest with friends. Passes
time rollerskating and bike rid-
ing. Got red faced dropping a
95 Maryland St.
"Chris" Enjoys bodybuilding
and skiing. Thinks Mr. Motta and
Mr. Oliver are super. Is hap-
piest when not in school. Only
interested in those with willing-
ness to go along with his ideas.
Future ambition: To become a
209 Central Ave.
Thanks parents for their love
and support. Winning best col-
orguard title and defeating
Dartmouth in MICA will always
be remembered. Attracted to
honest and humorous people,
Colorguard and good friends
make her happy. Future lawyer.
JOH N MICHAEL
289 Hersom St.
"j.Rf' Passes time bodybuild-
ing, girl watching, observing in-
tense sunrises, and snarly tube
riding, "Wow mon immensely
tubular!" Hangs at Gold's Gym.
Thanks Mom and Dad for love
and support. Camping on the 50
yard line was unforgettable.
513 South Second St.
"Mandy'l Passes time with
friends V.V and T.R. Finds joy
with Jorge. Dreams of becom-
ing a nurse. Thanks parents for
love and support. "Na!just kid-
dinglu Mr. Araujo is great. Final-
ly making it defines being a se-
nior. Likes Spanish.
LY N N RAMOS
234 North St.
"Crazi" Thanks mother and
family for support and love.
Hopes to become a fashion de-
signer. Happy with M.R., P.P.,
V.V., C.S., E.R. and S.R.
Dreams of chance to travel the
world. "I'll think about it!"
Appreciates honesty in a per-
TROY K. RAMOS
213 Chancery St.
N.B. 02 740
Leisure time spent playing
video games. Thanks Mom for
support. Happiest when having
good times with special friends.
Hopes to become successful in
business world. Found school to
be agonizing. Admires honest
154 Campbell St.
Ambitiousjoe hopes to become
President of U.S. Loved swim-
ming on school team. Writing
class and gym were the best.
Thanks Mr. Medeiros for ev-
erything he's done! Free time
spent partying. "Radical!"
A NA RAPOSO
7701 County St.
"Ana Banana" Will always re-
member senior lounge and
lunch with Gilly and Lilly. Mr.
l'raga. Mrs. Stone and Mr.
Walsh great. Friends and boys
bring smiles, Thanks go to
everyone. Hopes to be a
nursery school aide. Pep Squad
memorable. "Hey, buddyll'
477 Middle St.
"Miken Thought about leaving
school for a week or so, but
then decided to return to friends
and fun times. Found hanging
with the gang in the Gold
House or in cafeteria. Never
quite found time to turn in his
105 Bullard St.
"Nikki" Mr. Marchand and sr.
lounge were outstanding. Mr.
Charbonneau gets her thanks.
Cast parties were awesome!
Dreams ofa harem of men, but
boyfriend makes her happy.
Hopes to make heaps of money
in the future. "What is it?"
378 Wood St.
Remembered most was winning
all band competitions, Mr.
Goodfellow's chemistry class
and Mr. Oliver's algebra class
were tops. Thanks Mom and
Dad for their love and support.
Likes honesty. To graduate
from college and then travel the
A NDREW JAMI SO N
56 Rotch St.
"Andy" Member of school
bowling team. Likes mathemat-
ics and drafting. Thanks Mr.
Oliver for his interest and en-
couragement. Happiest when
with friends. Architecture in
mind. Looks for inner beauty.
Being one of the leading
schools is memorable.
DI NA M. RESENDES
272 Davis St.
"D.D." Thanks parents, Terri
and friends. Happiest with Vic.
Remembers friends and
teachers. Red in the face when
G.G. pulled chair from under
her. Headed for career in busi-
ness. Will always remember 10-
9-84. "Ya, know what l mean!"
ANDREW MARIA C. RIBEIRO KEVIN PAUL MICHAEL RIGGIN ELIZABETH RILEY
REZE NDES 505 Ashley Blvd. RICHARD 679 Union St. 175 Alva St.
21 Shell St. N.B. 02745 35 Trinity St. N.B. 02740, I NB. 02740 Q
NIB- 02744 Mr. Kobza and Mr. Oliver were N.B' 02740 "Mike" Hangs at Millicents and "Liz" Most noted for pegging
"Drew" Enjoys skateboarding
and hockey. Found at Hazel-
wood Park. Will always remem-
ber eating lunch with the
"hoods" Future to include ca-
reer in chemistry and
skateboarding to L.A. "Right
on!" Is not attracted to teachers'
super. Found clinical chem. and
Algebra II exciting. Happiest
when with friends or going to sr.
lounge. Hopes to become a
pediatric nurse. Admires those
who are friendly and witty.
Thanks parents for love.
905 So. Water St.
"Junior" Can be found on third
floor Gold House or in the
Core. Football and basketball
are tops. Remembers the school
receiving Flag of Excellence.
Mr. Campoli and Mrs. Andrade
were outstanding. Hopes to he-
come great guitarist.
447A Maxfield St.
"Paco" Best times spent
laughing with Cheri. Thanks go
to mother for love and under-
standing. Getting through 12
years of school an accomplish-
ment. ROTC Drill Team is fa-
vorite activity. Honesty an
"Huey,' Passes time dating and
partying with friends. NAJAC a
great experience. Thanks Mom,
Dad and Nan. Red in the face
being thrown into the hallway
wearing just a towel on
Washington trip. "Hey, take it
easy out there!" Enjoyed TV
prod. with Mr. R.
Buttonwood Park. Ms. Rain-
ville is tops. Got red faced mes-
sing up during French skit.
NBHS noted for academic faci-
lities. Happiest at parties. Looks
for good humor and modesty.
Dreams of being a psycho-
logs at Hazelwood. Choking in
study soph. year was the worst.
Prays that she'll make the switch
from 7-Up to Dr. Pepper.
Thrilled to party with crew at
Hosamina. Mr. Girard and
psych. were fantastic. "What's
l23 Mashpee Ct.
Sherrie found cheerleading for
NBHS rewarding. Fond of
times spent with Danny. Says
honesty and trustworthiness are
very important. Thanks parents
for kindness and love. Enjoyed
classes with Mr. Vaz. Dreams of
becoming a stewardess.
75 Dartmouth St.
Finds happiness with jack. Mr.
Pepin is cool. Thanks parents.
Remembers lunch in Green
House. Dreams of winning
Megabucks. Red in the face
walking into boys 'room. Hopes
to marry jack and live happily
ever after. Senior means this is
MADELEI NE RODA
68 Easton St.
"Rode" Thanks Mom and Dad.
Off to college to become CPA.
"ls it pouvre!" july 15 will al-
ways be special. Looks for hon-
esty and kindness. Mr. Hartley
tops. Going on to better things
defines senior. Embarrassed af-
ter walking into boys' room.
LISA DIANNE KEVIN GI NA MARIE SEBASTIAO JOSE
RODERICK RODERIGUES RODRIGUES RODRIGUES
165 Bay View St. 33 Plymouth St. I9 Seabury St. 67 Clark Street
N.B. 02744 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745 N.B. 02740
!'Excelsior U. Wretch" Hangs
anywhere with friends. Looks
for two hearts in folks! Hopes
for companion status. Dreams
of becoming a trashy science fic-
tion author. Thanks Mom and
Dad. Embarrassed falling up the
stairs. Crimson Courier great
74 County St.
"Rain" Smiles with Kevin.
Hopes for success, marriage,
and travel. Thanks Mom for
support. Not being present
each day fun. Passes time at
Horseneck. Mr. Ed outstand-
ing. "Way cool!" Embarrassed
when put on clean-up duty in
front of auditorium.
"Kev" Secret fantasy is to grad-
uate. Is noted for telling jokes.
Looks for smiles and laughter.
Active playing in the drumline.
"Good day! Eh?" Mr. Girard is
tops. Thanks parents. Enjoys
computers. Happiest when
homework is not required.
"Genie" Dreams of traveling
and seeing the world. Looks for
honest and fun people. Passes
time smiling. "No sa real-
ly!" Happiest with friends.
Being the upmost defines se-
nior. Active on the yearbook
staff. Often found at parties.
"Sabi" Will always remember
his first year of school in U.S.A.
and playing Whaler soccer.
Thanks go to sister Elizabeth
and her husband. Secret fantasy
to play pro soccer. Friendly Ms.
Leal and math hits. Found at any
party. "What's up?
98 Belleville Rd.
"Duran" Rated Mr. Roscow for
chemistry super. Brooklawn
Park a favorite spot. Enjoys dat-
ing. Thanks to Mom and Grand-
ma. M.R., D.B. and old friends
bring smiles. Looking forward
to graduation. Hopes to be-
come a veterinarian. "Your
ENID RODRIGUEZ ROSA RODRIGUEZ PAULA GRACE ZELIA Roso NI NA
1116 Pleasant Sf, 80 Mosher St. ROSA 510 So. Second St.
N.B. 02740 NB- 02744 22 Warren St. NB- 02740
This young lady didnlt keep her
appointment with her senior
year! Never had time to turn in
a yearbook questionnaire.
Missed those friends she had
made while at NBHS. A former
member of the Blue House.
Will finish sometime in the fu-
This young lady was glad to get
back to the routine of books,
bells and final exams after being
at home for quite awhile. Found
with friends in Blue House.
Thanks those who cared
enough to be there when she
needed the support.
"Bubbles" Had the time of her
life in Montreal with Franky.
Loves shopping. Looks for
friendliness. Hopes to marry
and live in Montreal. Happy
with Franky. Mr. Biscari tops
list. Thanks parents. Senior
means end of youth and begin-
ning of a new life.
"Zel" Content being with Paul.
Discovered whale watching to
be stimulating. Magical mo-
ments with friends have been
super. Drawn to understanding
persons. Grateful to parents.
Mr. St. Pierre and Mr. Hamlet
were enlightening. "Ya right!"
30 DeWolf St.
Looks for sincere friendliness.
Enjoyed Mr. Roscow's unique
chemistry class. Happiest with
friends or cruising down a
slope. Dreams of becoming a
physical therapist and getting
rich quickly. Owning a yacht
and traveling the world is in
ANA CRISTI NA
79 Linden St.
"Cristina" Thanks Parents and
M.R. Rates Mr. Pepin as tops.
Hopes to become successful
and own a Ferrari. Loves listen-
ing to music or being with M.R.
Embarrassed after walking into
boys' room. Admires honesty,
trust and love. Love Boat fan.
293 Hawthorn St.
Enjoyed being co-capt. of ten-
nis team with Roberta. Being
with Randy fondly remem-
bered. Thanks parents and
Verv. Cramming 4 hrs. of
hmwk. into one per. of sr.
lounge defines a senior! Being
with RV., A.S.. R.W., and BS.
meant great times. Likes
JOHN M. SABI NO
32 Kane St.
"Sabino'l Likes the friendly,
wild and strange ty e. Lunch-
time in Green cafle memo-
rable. Being with good friends
brings happiness. Secretly
dreams of dating Madonna and
winning Megabucks. "You
know itll' Thanks parents.
Headed for SMU.
SAI NDO N
60 Bullard St.
"Bubbles" Enjoyed reading and
acting as sr. lounge "president"
Mr. V and Mr. Biscari made a
hit. Grateful to her sister for
caring. To become rich, beauti-
ful and famous is ideal, and se-
cret desire is to be a star! Sing-
ing makes her happy.
SHARON CATHERINE C. GISELA SANTOS MARIA
SALTZMAN SA NTOS 513 Nash Rd. CO NCEICAO dos
1311 Roekaaie Ave. 20 Bluefield sf. ,, . NB- 02746. SANTOS
N.B. 02740 NIB- 0Za40 GiGi Parents and friends get 706 Summer St'
"Sha" Best hi h school ex eri "Skanky" Mom gets her thanks. thanks- Admlf'-35 honesty- Oh- N.B. 02746
8 P '
ence was being part of the band
and winning the NESBA and
NEMA titles. Sends thanks to
staffand good friends. Happiest
with M.L., L.V., P.D., L.G., and
K.S. Trip to Canada great. Mr.
Kobza's chem. class a hit,
Happiest with F.B. and M.C.
Won't forget getting stuck in
Wareham all night! Admires a
person with agreat personality.
"You're ignorant!" Hopes to
work with deaf children. Liked
Mr. Hamlet and Mrs. B.
baby!" Enjoys dancing and
listening to music. Sr. lounge
memorable. Future days to be
spent as medical secretary.
Dreams of meeting her knight
in shining armor.
Thanks parents and friends who
bring happiness. Secretarial
work in her future plans. A big
science fan. Senior means
dreams of being a movie star.
Working and watching T.V.
passes the time. "Shoot!" NBH
299 Summer St.
N.B. 02' Z0
"Marge" Thanks parents and
friends for their support. Dis-
tributive Ed. was exciting.
Being with George and friends
makes her smile. Would love to
win Megabucks and have all that
she ever desiredl "What am I
going to do!" Ms. Shea fan.
A A 1 4 il-?
MYRA SAYAR ANNE SCHWARTZ LI NDA SCOTT DIANA M. SECO CHRISTOPHER
124 Francis St. l0 Milford St. 47 Blaze Rd. 151 Bellevue St. SEED
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745 N.B. 02745 N.B. 02744 172 Acushm Aw
Feels the eyes are the windows
to the soul. Got good at getting
out oftrouble. Likes getting her
way and being with friends, esp.
T.G. "No fooling!" Enjoyed
algebra and chemistry with
Anne. Thanks parents. Would
like to be a pilot.
Mr. Goodfellow and Mr. Oliver
outstanding. Special times of ju-
nior year memorable. Thanks
given to parents, Mr. G. and Mr.
O. Happy in the gym, on the
track or with old friends. En-
joyed chem. Wishes to be eter-
nally happy. Admires honesty.
Found in the North End or
cruising in the Camaro. Mrs.
Walker was a true gem. Mom
and Dad get her appreciation.
Happy hours are spent when in
Roger's company. Senior means
finally making itl Hopes to
travel the globe. "Go for it!"
Found Intern'l Club the best.
Truly happy with Paulo R. "Ai,
amor!" Hopes to study lan-
guages in college. Special
thanks to parents and friends
for everything. Finds it lovely to
take lo walks along the beach.
EnjoyerTMrs. Pike's class.
Will never forget honor ofhelp-
ing with Flag of Excellence.
Thanks goes to Mr. Robinson.
Enjoys music, electronics and
working in Main Office. Hopes
to become an electronics tech-
nician in the future. Will miss
NBHS and friends.
DA NIELLE MARIE PAULA ANN ANTONIO PAUL BARBARA ANN ISABEL MARIA
SEGUI N SEVIG NY SILVA SILVA SILVA
96 Oakland St. 25 Whitman St. 166 Grinnell St. 77 Katherine St. 128 Mott St.
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02746 N.B. 02740 N.B. 02744 N.B. 02744
"Dani'! Hopes to be physical
therapist and wed David who
makes her happy. Enjoyed play-
ing softball. Mr. Goodfellow
and Mr. Hartley made a hit.
"What?', Attracted to kindness,
honesty, and sincerity and a
turn-on smile. Cheering and
This young lady hopes to make
it in the world as an outstanding
interior designer. "Go for it!"
Thanks Mom. Enjoyed Teen
Culture with Mrs. Purcell.
Admires folks with great perso-
nalities. Happiness comes from
being with Vic and pals.
"Paul', Computers and chess fill
his thoughts completely. Mr.
Oliveira made it to the top ofhis
list. Hopes to become comput-
er programmer and for comput-
er analyst. Appreciates an open-
minded person. "I computeg
therefore, I am!"
"Babs" Happiness created
when driving people insane or
being with M.C., B,T., M.M.,
j.C. and IM. Hopes to be a
lawyer. Dreams of meeting
Prince. Enjoyed Latin and vol-
leyball. 'KPuf!" Cape Kennedy
and the tent memorable. A Mr.
"Izzy" Found at West Beach
with friends. Thanks Mom for
truly being there when needed.
Hopes to be executive sec. and
to wed. Likes being with loving
friends having fun. Nervous
having boyfriend meet parents
the lst time! Likes honesty.
JUDITH M. SILVA KIM M. SILVA LAURI NDA SILVA LORNA LEA SILVA GARRETT WAY NE
72 Adams St.
"ju-Ju" Enjoyed swimming ex-
cept for falling off diving board
and breaking her leg! Won't
forget the varsity and jv soccer
teams. Special thanks to Mrs.
Buckley. Dreams ofa chance to
travel the world. Hopes to be
80 North St.
Being with that special guy
brings happiness. Thanks sent
to parents. Won't forget the fine
guys at NBHS. Admires the
honest, trusting kind of soul.
"F-l-N-El" Did fine job typing
for yrbk. Hopes to become rich
and very successful.
275 Dartmouth St.
"Laurie" Dancing and listening
to radio passes the time. Ms.
Longpre and Mrs. Bolton get
her thanks for their support.
Being with john a happy time.
Attracted to sweet personality.
Desires a future of wealth and
success. Hopes to marry.
113 Griffen Ct.
Parents, family and friends get
appreciation. Hopes to work
with children. Mr. Vaz and Mr.
Fraga made a hit. Happy with
Marc and friends. Admires an
honest, trusting personality.
"You aggravate me!" Fantasy is
to meet Michael Jackson.
52 Plymouth St.
K'Garl' Can be found wherever
everyone else is. Playing hock-
ey for NBHS memorable. Beat-
ing Falmouth 5-2 last year un-
forgettable. Melissa always
brings a smile. Hopes to be a
bank president. Mr. Oliver
tops. "What's the matter with
725 Pine Hill Drive
"Shmoo" Likes checking out
the ladies, but Nancy is 4641 in
his heart. A chance to pick on
the underclassmen defines se-
nior. Enjoys partying. Secret
wish is to promote a three day
heavy metal concert. Thanks
SHARO N MARIE
995 County St.
"Shay" Found anywhere and
everywhere! Couldn't have
made it without love of her par-
ents. "What,s the deallu Hopes
to be an airline stewardess.
Being with friends or Mac is
special. Will miss fun of sr.
lounge and lunchtime.
4 joseph St.
Thanks given to Mr. Monteiro
for his support. Will always rate
NBH as one of the best in the
nation. Headed for the Navy to
become a helicopter crewman.
Summer trip to New York was
outstanding. English not a fa-
vorite, but history was!
STACEY JEA N
361 Arnold St.
"Space" This gal is the social di-
rector for NBI-IS! Thanks par-
ents and Mr. Messier. Happy
with special guy and friends.
"No problem!" Won't forget
cheering, being class president
and mascotg and most of all the
guys! Hopes to be a model.
PETER JOH N
260 Mattapoisett Rd.
Avid admirer of hockey games.
I'll do it tomorrow!" Often
found in father's Lazy Boy chair.
Mr. Motta and Mr. Machado are
tops. Looks for a good sense of
humor. Thanks Mom, Dad and'
sis, Karen. Finds joy listening to
518 Pleasant St.
"Sweet Tee" Mrs. Mellen and
Mr. jacintho rate high. Thanks
parents, Mrs. M., and Terrie
Hopes to be a success in life.
Being withjohn brings joy. Fun
times with Carol soph. yr. re-
membered. "Save it!" Admires
a caring personality.
BER NICE A N N
l47 Bullard St.
Being with Marc brings total
happiness. Hopes to wed and to
become medical secretary. Spe-
cial thanks to mother and Janice
Settlemire for all their help.
Close friends and good times
will be remembered. Riding
with Marc memorable.
LUCIA DEF SOUSA
B9 Bates St.
'LLucy" Thanks Mom, Dad and
sister Phoebe. Remembers the
junior Banquet. 'kNo problem."
Embarrassed when she spilled
milk on her pants. Mr. Alves
and Mrs. Walker were special.
Plans to become a secretary.
Happiest with "that" guy.
MICHAEL JOI-I N
176 Division St.
"Miken Beating Dartmouth in
MICA memorable! Thanks par-
ents and Grandma for every-
thing. Happy with Lisa. To be-
come a programmer or play war
games. Aug. 10th special date
for him. "Painl" Awesome
being a senior. Attracted to
74 Eugenia St.
f'Ruthie" Looks for sincerity
and humor.So.Dartmouth sum-
mer of84' was special. Dreams
of seeing the world and being
the happiest she can be. Friends
made at NBHS will never be
forgotten. Mr. Gill the very
best. "You're lying!" Biology
DALE JEAN SOUZA DARIN SOUZA DEBRA ANN
I5 Plymouth St. 58 Longview Rd. SOUZA
N.B. 02740 N.B. 02745 151 Robeson 51,
"D.D. Sweetcakesn Dancing
and sailing both the ultimate.
Wants college, marriage and
wealth. Happy partying with
friends. Nearing the end ofa 12
year stretch defines senior.
Admires loyalty and honesty.
Senior year memorable.
Jr. Achievement and Student
Congress filled the hours.
Won't forget good times with
Tom and Kevin. Enjoyed class
in accounting. Being with girl
Rhonda is true happiness.
Hopes to be a success and live a
happy life. Admires honesty.
"Ebbidie" Truly enjoyed chem-
istry with Mr. Roscow. Labs
with Nikki, Lisa and "family"
were memorable. Thanks par-
ents and friends for their sup-
port. College bound in science
area. Paula and Angie bring
smiles. Admires individual
nature in one.
PETER R. SOUZA THELMA A. BRIAN STONE
204 Weld St. ST. DON 65 Woodlawn St.
N.B. 02740 514 Union St- N.B. 02744
"Pete" In the hectic life ofa se-
nior, he never found the time to
return his senior questionnaire
- nothing to say? A member of
the Green House. Found with
friends hanging out or in auto
body and machine shop. Will
miss fun times.
"Blonde Bomber" Mr. Pepin and
G.O. Club were fantastic. Sends
parents her thanks. Very happy
any time she's with Dave.
Dreams of one day owning her
own horse ranch. "That's
meanly' Will remember the
friendliness of everyone at
Lasted through most of Octo-
ber, but then got the urge to
spread his wings of freedom. A
former member of the Tan
House where he would hang
out with friends. Missed out on
the fun and privilege of sr.
lounge and Spirit Week.
LOIS PATRICIA SWAIN SHAWNA
SUD-MARTI NEZ 24 Acorn St. ELIZABETH
140 Harkum St. HT 1 1 H Oi-40 ,H , SWEE NEY
N-B' 02' ' ricia eca st osewic swim
Hanging vvifh fffgqdg, esp, team practices and Mr. Roscow 555 gI4gI1EZr?Z5AVe'
W.A., HP., V.V,, and L.O. the
best times. Attracted to person-
ality with sense of humor and
openness. Thanks family and
friends. To become a teacher,
but secret desire is to be a fan-
with Melissa, Doug, and Sue. Mr.
Walsh, Mr. Roscow and swim
team were great! Thanks par-
ents, M.C., D.M., NP., L.P,,
and SS. To college for physical
"Weasel" Finds joy with joe.
Thanks parents and friends.
Found at Mall. Looks for hones-
ty and a good personality.
Hopes for wealth. English with
Mr. Walsh was great. Stepping
out defines a senior. Dancing
and roller skating occupies
85 Valentine St.
"Nicky" Part of colorguard
team. Winning NESBA and
NEMA comps outstanding.
Beating Dartmouth was special.
Mr. Roscow for chemistry su-
per. Thanks parents for putting
up with her. "SureY" Likes a
friendly attitude. Swimming en-
'KJ Pine Grove St.
"Pammy" Spends leisure time
dancing. Enyoyed Mrs. Hassefs
class. Thanks sent to Mrs. Har-
per and Mrs. B. Desire to live in
Boston. Best times are those
when out on her own. Great
time hanging with good friends.
ANDREW F. SYLVIA
l0l Luke St.
'KShoie'l Mr. V. and the band
trips to Canada, D.C. and Flor-
ida unforgettable. Happy with
Tammi, B.C., M.M, j.B., M.S.
and T.B. Hopes to become pro-
fessional musician and business
exec. Likes a great sense of
humor. 'iYou're obnoxiousln
77 Cedar St.
"Bernie" Loved honor of being
captain of girls' basketball team.
Thanks sent to Mom. Happiest
with Bobby G. Won't forget
walking into boys' locker room
fr.year. Hopes for career as
radiologist. Found at Monte's
Park hanging with friends.
39B Bayberry Rd.
'lDuke" Grateful for fun while
working cameras for TV Prod.
Mr. Robitaille the best. A spe-
cial Mom gets his thanks. jr.
Banquet was memorable. En-
joys dances and music. Dreams
of owning a Trans Am. Hopes
for career as cameraman.
DUA NE SYLVIA
39B Bayberry Rd.
"Michael Jacksoriu Found at all
football games surrounded by
his girlfriends. Enjoyed School
Scan and having Mrs. Forgue.
Attracted to pretty brown eyes.
Thanks his Mom for love and
support. Will miss good friends
and teachers at NBHS.
62 Monroe Drive
Shopping, listening to music
and being with Kevin passes the
hours in a great way. Mother
gets thanks. One day hopes to
own business. Happy with
those she truly cares about.
"Cali, really!" Mr. Francis made
LORI ANN SYLVIA
449 Cedar Grove St.
Mr. Vaz for algebra enjoyable.
Crazy lunch shifts memorable.
Thanks parents and friends.
Being with Kenny creates
happiness. College bound. Passed
time swimming or roller skating
with friends. Found at the Mall,
the games or at Hot Wheels.
BRYAN S. TABER
4 Doty's Mill Road
"Tabe', Enjoys slam dancing and
being behind set of drums. Mr.
Silva and Mr. Roscow both
made a hit. Attracted to people
who aren't limited by a set of
mundane trends. Thanks par-
ents. Dreams of becoming
world acclaimed percussionist.
248 Palmer St.
"Tarp" Spends leisure time
playing hoop, his favorite activi-
ty. Thanks parents, Parties,
football and hockey games all
fond memories of NBHS.
Hanging with Mota and T.K.
filled the summer days. Dreams
of one day becoming a mil-
4l8 Church St.
"Studly" Happiest with Shaw-
na. High hopes for riches, col-
lege for engineering, travel, or
being beach bum. Thanks Mom
and Dad. Remembers the excel-
lent students and great atmo-
sphere. l'We had homework,
what homework?" Mr. Motta
and algebra rate high.
59 Willard St.
!'Angelital' Likes modeling,
traveling, swimming, and shop-
ping. Trip to Europe and trip to
Quebec both unforgettable.
Thanks parents. Hopes to be-
come a stewardess. French a fa-
vorite subject, Active in Pep
Club, lntern'l Club and Inter-
59 Bullard St.
"Cindy" Leisure time spent eat-
ing or watching TV. Found in
bookstore or across the hall
with Mr. Silveira. Parents re-
ceive her appreciation. Would
like to meet her knight in shin-
ing armour and to become a mil-
lionaire. Accounting fan.
107 Hatch St.
"Miss Elephant" Thrilled with
time spent in Canada. Thanks
parents and friends at Banister.
Enjoyed company of her
cousins from Canada."Get with
the program!" Would like to
travel the world. Enjoyed Mr.
Millette's photo class.
JOE H. TAVEIRA
578 Shawmut Avenue
Best times are running track.
Special thanks sent to Coach
Gardiner and to Mr. Monteiro
for drafting knowledge. Hopes
to become a rich and famous
architect. Loves to win a chal-
lenge. "NB rocks the house!"
Admires courage and maturity.
MARIA HELE NA
35 Valentine St.
"Lena" A real fan of Mr. Ros-
cow's chem. class. Won't forget
6th week revenge during UB
program or the crazy lab experi-
ment with Alice. Appreciation
sent to her parents and staff of
Upward Bound. "Go for it!"
Headed for programming.
45 Hollyhock St.
Likes to cruise and listen to
rock-n-roll. "What's up?"
Found in the halls with Deb
checking out fine guys. Folks
get her thanks. Dreams of going
to California. Enjoyed Mr.
Pepin's English class. Hoping to
become a legal secretary.
87 Mt. Vernon St.
"Trisha" Time spent working at
Burger King. "Why?" Mr.
Pacheco great, and Mrs. Bolton
deserves her thanks. Future in-
cludes marriage tojorge and be-
coming rich enough to own a
mansion. Searches for true hon-
esty and love.
DEBORAH ANN MATTHEW J. JOSEPH TORRES
THIBEAULT TIER NEY V9 Division St.
54 Poplar Road 522 Maple St. H NB. 0214
NBA 02115 N4B, 02740 "joe Appreciates what he
"T-bone" Time spent in sum-
mer fun at Horseneck memor-
able. Thanks Mike for being
there. Smiles galore when with
Jack, Steph and Richie. Mrs.
Buckley and Mr. Roscow both
favorites. Dreams of owning a
1985 purple 911 Porsche Tur-
bo. "Shut up!"
"Matt" Enjoyed playing hockey
and football for NBHS. Thanks
A.S., R.D., L.R., T.P., M. and
D. Happiest on the ice or with
Tricia. Won't soon forget Ms.
Leal's class freshmen year.
Spent summer as a lifeguard.
Mr. O. a favorite.
learned for getting a future job.
Math a favorite subject. Part
time work during the summer
kept him busy. Found senior
year exciting. Sends his thanks
to parents. Swimming, tennis,
volleyball and softball hits.
DIA NE LY N N
678 Cottage St,
"Di" Parents get special appre-
ciation. "Out of my facel" Hap-
py dancing or hanging out with
friends. Child Dev. and Ms.
Leal were favorites. Getting the
Flag of Excellence memorable.
Hopes for a future of success
892 County St.
"Sandy" Enjoyed Mr. Pepin's
English class, but embarrassed
breaking test tubes in Mr.
Goodfellow's. Thanks to Mrs.
Bolton for her help. Hopes to
accumulate lots of money. Enjoys
listening to music. Won't forget
teachers and friends.
64 Katherine St.
N .B. 02744
"Div Enjoys fun hangin with
friends. Thanks Mom and Dad.
Hopes to become dental
hygienist and fulfill dream of
winning Megabucks. Mr. Kobza
and Mr. Fraga super. Looks for
honest, understanding people.
Will miss teachers and sr.
134 Bismark St.
Happiest moments come from
being with close friends or
hanging out in the Sassaquin
area Searches for personalities
that are good and honest. Anx-
ious to get out of school and
begin a new life. Will remember
fun times always.
BETTE A N N
35 Ricketson St.
Betteuel' had great times with
B.S. and D.L. and terrorizing
with Teen Fighters. Love sent to
Amy and Stevie. Volleyball
team an experience! Headed
for a career as a veterinarian.
Secret fantasy is to meet Prince.
Happy partying with friends.
MATTHEW DEA NE
52 Tremont St.
"T.C." Found in jimmyls '73
Omega. Mrs. Amaral in Tan
House tops list. Mother gets his
thanks. Attracted to an open
and honest person. Enjoys
hunting, camping. football and
baseball. Hopes to get an excel-
lent job and settle down,
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DANA ATHONY JOSE LUIS VARELA MICHELLE PAUL VAZ VA NECITA
UZZELL 370 Park sf. VARIEUR 809 county st. VAZQUEZ
121 Aries Drive N-B- 02740 n 94 Newcombe St. 02740 4 , 57 Monroe Dr.
NIB- 02745 "Ze" Favorites at schoolinclude N.B. 03-46 "Ratt" Best times are listening NIB- 03145,
"Dana Uzz" Headed for the
U.S. Air Force. Special thanks
to mother. "What's up with
that!" Likes to check out the
girls at NBHS. Embarrassed af-
ter dropping lunch tray. Mr. Ed
a riot. Enjoys drafting and hang-
ing in the West End.
weight lifting and track. Mr.
Gill tops list. Dreams of being
successful and very rich. Was
attracted to the pretty girls at
NBHS. Hangs anywhere with
good friends. Parents get his
thanks for being there.
"Michie" Mr. Anderson for
acc't. and payroll was fabulous.
Looks for honest people. Being
with family and friends brings
smiles. Thanks parents for
understanding. Hoping to be-
come an accountant. Day of ex-
to rock-n-roll, esp. Los Angeles
heavy metal. Likes having
money, reading rock maga-
zines, watching girls and sleep-
ing. Dreams of becoming a rock
star or DJ. and then becoming
the owner of a huge Harley!
"Chaita" Being with Elvin is
true happinesss. Hopes to be-
come an LPN. Special thanks to
her parents for love and under-
standing, Admires an honest
person with great personality.
Enjoys time with M.R.. T.R.
and L.M. "lt's over your head!"
lie - ,
Jiffi f e QI
ROBERTA DURVAL de JEFFREY BRIAN RICHARD D. DI NA LISA WARD
VERVU-LE MEDEIROS VIEIRA WAH NON WALKER 229 Brook St.
Wi Belair St. 412 River St. 274 Phillips Ave. 206 Maple sf. H , N NAB- UT46
NB, 02745 NB. 02740 N-B- 02v46 NVE! 02-40 Lisa Fond memories of Mr,
"Vervilla" Passes time building
bridges with Rube, Enjoyed
swim team, tennis and being
rep. to the school comm. Won't
forget Liz's blue in middle
breath saver. To live forever
with Steve brings total happi-
ness. Loves spontaneity.
"Durvey" ls happiest when par-
tying with friends. Mr. Ros-
cow's chemistry class was tops.
Wants to thank Coach Matos
and Coach Gill. "What will be
will bel" Will always remember
the soccer team and partying at
Being with good friends special.
Enjoyed history and tossing
food. Happiness is being with
his girlfriend. "What's up?"
Thanks Miss Gibbs for all her
help. Dreams of touring the
world. Found on the Avenue.
Enjoyed playing floor hockey.
"Bartender" Red-faced after
falling asleep B period and wak-
ing up in C period study! Enjoys
making people laugh. "Whatev-
er makes your boat float!"
Found at Lopes' house. Photo
with Mr. Millette was super.
Thanks parents. Likes pretty
Roscow's chem. class and play-
ing ping-pong with Bruce.
Thanks C., L, and D.G. for every-
thing. "I'm not amusedfl'
Watching guys is great pastime.
and honesty. Happiest hanging
with the crew. i
GI NA ANNE SCOTT WAYNE MICHAEL WILCOX l
WATKI NS WAZLOWSKI 158 Central Ave.
1522 Pleasant sf. io Campbell sf. N-B 0F45
"Hazel" Noted for her eyes,
Thanks sent to Mom, Grandma
and Mr. Fortes. Happy with
Terrance, T.F., E.D. and M.M,
Hopes to become a famous
fashion designer. Tres. of
Minority Awareness Club.
Looks for a nice smile. Found
Drama Club, Crimson Courier
and photography were super.
Being with good friends im-
portant, Thanks sent to parents
and friends.Admires someone
with a quick smile and person-
ality. "Hey, that's wild!" To be
programmer but dreams of the
"Beef " Senior year was quite a
learning experience. M.G. and
GM, get his thanks. Mr. Good-
fellow was superior. "Apply
yourself to the task." Found in
the Beefmobile making food
runs. Admires honest and sin-l
cere folks. On to better things!
E ex .. I
ROBYN M. CAROL DIANE URSULA ANNE j
WILDRICK WILKINSON WILKINSON
82 Blaze Road 64 North St. 64 North St.
N.B. 02745 N,B, 02A40 NB. 02740
Cherished times spent hanging
with Bonnie, singing with Lynn
and driving with Linda. Cheer-
ing ffl activity. Friends at
NBHS, Oct. 28th and band
practices all fond memories.
f'Wowl" Thanks B.G., A.A.,
N.F., A.S., L.R,, L.P., L.A. and
parents, Loves to laugh.
"Glamour Girl" Dancing, being
with friends or going to movies
fills leisure time. Drama Club
was great. Mrs, Souza and Mr.
Castro were terrific. Being a se-
nior means an important part of
life has passed. never to return,
'LUrs" Attracted to honest and
outgoing people. Friends, swim
team and helpful teachers will
be remembered, esp. Mr. Fraga
and Mr. Kobza. Mom and Dad
get her thanks. Red faced when
Lisa dropped her lunch tray.
L'Oh, my word!" A future nurse.
A NDREW EVA N
16 Buttonwood St.
"Wolfy" Believes philosophy
you should live each day as ifit
were the last - someday it will
be! Ifnot sleeping, he's running
track. Enjoyed Ms. Leal and
chem. with Mr. Goodfellow.
Attracted by a good sense of
humor. Found at Millikens.
1 V iw ly
72 Adams St.
This young lady made it
through most of the month of
Oct., but finally called it quits.
Was a member of the Green
House where she would hang
out with friends. Misses those
she tuned into, but not the bells,
books and exams,
PAULA C. XAVIER
69 Mosher St.
History with Mrs. Campanelli
great class. Thanks go to family,
D.M., D.S. andjimmy. Dreams
ofowningahot red Lambrough-
ni. Loves money, motorcycles
and lunch, Mr. Vaz and Mr.
Bourgeois rated tops. Would
like to live in England.
15 Menton St.
"Preppy Punk" Won't forget
being part of the Excellence
Program. Thanks parents for
putting up with him, Being with
girls lights up his eyes. Hopes to
become a rich artist. Drawn to
folks loaded with personality.
To design his abode.
MARJORIE ELLE N
30C Nemasket Place
"Margie" Will work to become
a rich and famous corporate ty-
coon. Thanks everyone who put
up with her this year! "Don't
push it!" To spend a day with
Tom Cruise would be great.
Appreciates a good sense of
lgumor. Tennis and volleyball
22 Marion St.
Can usually be found hanging
with friends at Pulaski Park. En-
joyed last day of school in '84
and time at Horseneck. Hopes
one day to be electrical en-
gineer. Sends thanks to Miss
Schoff for guidance. Happy
when Irish record missing.
A NTHO NY BURGO
154 Summit St.
"Mike" Happy being with pals
or making someone else happy.
"Fresh" Wonlt forget hanging in
the Core and missing the bell.
Secret desire to rule his own
planet. Hopes his future will
allow him to help make life
easier for others.
59 Ruth St.
Dreams of a deserted island
with Mr. Right. Thanks Moe
and parents. "Shut up!" Trip to
Las Vegas was fantastic. Sr.
means responsibility and the
time to move on. Values hones-
ty in a person. Future psycho-
logist practicing in California.
635 Seekell St.
E. Taunton 02719
"Rizzo" Dreams of someday
cruising the roads in a RVF Tur-
bo-Porsche. Enjoyed time
spent talking with Ms. Leal.
Likes a quick smile and a sense
of humor. Hopes to visit Hong
Kong. Can be found at Teddy's
Service Sta. or Horseneck.
MARC G. KING
47 Babbitt St.
"That's cool!" Passes time par-
tying. NBHS women are
memorable. Happy riding 150
mph on a 750. Can be found in
the schoolyard or Green
House. Hopes for fame and for-
tune. Domination defines se-
nior year. Lunch a favorite time.
IN MEMORY OF
47 Cherokee Ct.
"Sly-Lie" Enjoys running those
cameras! Mr. R and Ms. Leal
tops. "Be content with yourself
and you'll appreciate others."
Mother and Ms. B get his
thanks for believing. Dreams of
an end to racism. To become
marine, then state trooper.
Cathy died December 24 1983 at the age of 17 She had been
seriously ill for two years Often she could not attend school but
she desperately wanted to graduate from Ncw Bedford High
She wanted to be a part of the student body in cvery way Cathy
was very brave and was more concerned about her family and
friends than about herself Her legacy to us is to value each day
and not take for granted our achievements We remember her
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To my classmates in the class of '85,
Thanks to all of you with whom I shared the time in the classroom, on field trips,
in clubs and orchestra, and to those who kept me company also in my spare time
and activities outside the school building. We make up agreat class with great spirit
that I always enjoyed being a part of, especially during "Spirit Week."
New Bedford High School has chosen to give its students great opportunities in
a variety of course offers, and this sometimes created an impersonal atmosphere
and bureaucracy. I think NBHS teachers in all my classes have done a good job
making up for this lack of personal concern and deserve to be acknowledged. At
this place, also some praise to the lunch ladies: Even though at times they couldnlt
do anything about the quality and amount of our lunches, their friendliness has
beyond a doubt helped many of us to get through some tough days.
Thanks to all the outstanding athletes and artists who have represented our
school very well in many competitions, and thanks to the members of all clubs who
have filled this school with life.
This class is composed of all ethnic groups and I take much pleasure in seeing
everybody getting along so well with each other. This school doesn't suffer major
racial conflicts - perhaps a reason more to be proud of than the "Excellence in
Education" recognition. But there is still too much isolation between different
One thing I was missing almost totally, and that kind of disappoints me, is the
lack of social activity, that is, working for peace CNuclear Freezeh, environmental
protection Clet's go further than just keeping NBI-IS cleanb, and data protection
CGeorge Orwell's vision ofubig brother is watching you" has come true already in
some parts without us being aware of it.l A good democracy still needs critical
citizens to assume responsibility for the country's well-being.
I wish everybody a great future career and success starting in college, business,
or whatever steps you have chosen to take first. CMoney is not everythinglb
To close this letter, I want to encourage all seniors ofthe year ,85 to pay a visit to
my home country Germany or other parts of Europe to make some of the great
experiences that I made being in the USA. It's gonna be a memory for a lifetime!
P.S. Feel free to write me! My address in Germany is:
Luckenwalder Str. I6
5000 I-Iannover 61
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The dreams and aspirations ofa senior in high school are far beyond the beliefs of
the common world.
Cur dreams will fade as we begin to mold into mature adults. Yet, the inspirations
that were bestowed upon us by the teachers and the parents will never be forgotten.
The pride of a senior stretches beyond anything ever imagined, and nothing could
damage or steal the feelings between a senior and his surroundings: the school for the
education and spirit, the teachers for guidance and cooperation, and the parents for
the love and inspiration.
The time has come for us to face the world and what arrives with it: its loves, its
hurts, its declines and its advancements, the true and the false, and most of all, the
In our memory will be those eighteen years of life. The memories of old friends and
the distant loves.
In conclusion we accept our adulthood with pride and dedication. Our immature
stage has passed. We have finally reached 'the first stage of our mature life.
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Like the people we have met, since way back in September.
The things we'll miss the most are the things that are so dear
Like the cafeteria's beef of roast, known as "the meal to fear"l
We also chose our mascotg Animal is his name.
And by the very shirts we bought, we know hels not so tame!
So donlt you go and touch him, for you'll lose a nick or two
Since he is from the loony bin, or better yet, the zoo!
We're leaving him behind to keep you in your place.
Step out of line and you will find, he'll turn you into waste!
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And that's the class that truly clicks,
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looks ofsomeone like Doug Flutie.
CAboveJ Heroes ofthe past blend into the Class of'85's
choice for top athlete, Doug Flutie.
CI.eft7: Mark Tarpy, Mike jesus, Mike Riggin and Robert Motta each
had his personal favorite sport back then . . , but the Class of '85 voted
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fLeftl: Earning money takes up agreat deal
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Rube: The river wouldeve been an ocean with out you -
you're my best friend 8: fav. co. - Verv
Nance: Thanks for always being there as such a great
friend. - Luv, Maria
Maria: Our friendship is something I will always treasure.
Youere great! Love, Nancy
Lisa C: Thanx for everything and for always being there.
You're the bestest. - Luv, Mike M
NC KD NP DM MC TS:Well ites finall over!We've
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Lisa: We've been friends forever. It's been great. Re-
member Montreal 8: Wash. - Love ya ,Io
LF, DM, TS, NC, NP, MC, RD, TP, PG, SS, MT, BS 8:
MD: It wouldn't be the same wlout you all! Luv, KD
Maria: Never forget the times we had last summer with
all those Flishbinas. - Luv, Nancy
To Sweedididi: I love you baby! Thank you for every-
thing. - Laba
"How you gotta be and whatnot?e' Love
To Pudding: I will never forget
guys in Gold House! Jello
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JM, AB, PG, TP, MT, BM, KN, Gs, JP
TS: Gimme all your money! The next ones for re:
Memories of Blue Meadows Live on! BS
Lori R: Don't forget RFS hanging from ankles. It's bool
ing good luck. - Nancy Ann.
Nancy M.: How's the pizza business? Booming! Tal
care. Never forget Rose. Ha! Lori
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Regeee fgvays a mash' GUYS! Love, always Pooch -- Your Baby Sis
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understand e has some Love, Karla
, , SB, FBP, SS, cream rge Martins: I'll always remember 2!15!84. I lo'
Tflshi a!WaY5 be you, cos primarily! so much! XOXO - Natalie Fuller
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English with you has made it bearable. Obrig
Thanks alot. Love ya, Nancy
Blacktop beach, Bowie, boys! party! ski! Florid
friends 4-ever! Luv ya, SC
8: GS: Thanx for that "first date". Love, Matt 8: Pat
when I needed Ue ' 6 in Phvsifs- KK GW BSr JK MN! 1f'S be-
for' being a I love you 4eVer' 'T BUDDY live ever Waflted and mor
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vliggldn thelfe g' 'you'fe'the best! Nina Cheerleaders: fantastic!!
. 5' ' e ' -. ', - , Q ' 'fig ,TS:Never'forget our times down the Neck. Summer of love YOU!
Rzageggpf'32322215-2i2gg?j3:E3ZeiniE,OSggn 5 '84-wasgreat. Wear them sweats - NP Rand, Anne, Thanx for tl
sreeeertrumfaerieuureruuuefur... Steve tuuertteenseeeee, nifrieree rerrerrreer Special friendship- menenee P11
Tricia. Wyadfwggtabp 4 .Roberta ' ' . T!f!3l1kS' fore caring! Love, Donna Lisa M: You've beetijiggjgijgzfgfeiyigajatafinielliemember :
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have u beautiful are regeraeai fe LM, LL, RQ, LC and sleferleerrrrt eve' eeee
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Chaka - Todd: Thanks for 8VCfY2h1Bg.fDOWBmffilbgtif N P ,W , h d h d . h k f b ii' you. Love, Kimberli
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MC: Sit down 8a shut up, Freestone's, TM, the party,
Newbury Comics, Perrier, jeep, Track - Sue
Lisa, Michelle, Sue: Remember out little drawing corner
in anatomy. You're great! Nancy
Rachel: Thanks for sharing your kindness by being the
kind of person you are!! Love, Doug
To the class of85: You are the best! Good luck to you all.
- Love, Stacey, Sr. prez!
there. How's the family? Luv ya, L.F.
Diane: You're the best friend a girl could have. I love
you! Y.B.F., Lisa
Lisa: Never forget the good times this summer. I will
never ever forget you. - Love Sue
L.F. Yup! It really is over - or is it? Thanx again!! Love
Frederick: Your friendship, the courts, 4-212 will always
be remembered. - Luv ya, Herman
what happened between us. Friend:
'Lovee,eSeott Ceu amo-teb
Paula: We-'re best friends 4ever. Thanx for your advici
laughs Sc true friendship. - Luv, R.
Isabel: You've meant more to me than any amount c
words can say. I love you, Scott
George: I love you but that alone can't describe ho
much I feel for you. XO - Natalie
Mom 8: Dad: I love you so much. Thanx for putting u
with me in cheering. - Love, Linda
'aulaz You have been the best friend. Thanx for all the
great times in band. - Lin
irankz Thanx for the best 4th of July and of course the
stars in the sky. - Love, Linda
lenee: My best buddy. I'm so glad that we have had so
many great times. Good luck. - PCM
Debbie Detroit: 27x4. Mr. Preposition.
iandy and Liza: Always remember the Mills, sis-boom-
bang, and OUR BOYS! Love Chris
..A.B.: Promise you'll always be my cinnamon girl- a
wicked lot. Luv always, P.S.B.
Kearbook Staff Ounior membersbz Thanx for the HELP!
iandy and Liz: Well, boofs . . . we finally made it! We've
had a great year. - Luv, Chris
J.M.: Remember the cigar- shaking and freshman year
- FLIRT! Luv ya! L.F.
tan: you mean a lot to me. I'll never forget you! You are
a great person! Luv SS
.indaz Thanx for being around all the times I needed you.
I love ya! "both" Me!!!
Frish: I couldn't ask for a better friend. Thanks for the
best 17 years! Love, Donna
Tricia and Tarpey . ..... "The Grandfather"!!!!!
Qiz: I'll never forget the candy wrapper and mojo. You're
a fun person. - Luv ya, Natalie
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Keep in touch. - Luv you all MR.
Anfg - Eon, Aug, Boo! Tatoo, Your house, Lunch,
ootball, JM, ethtimate! ski! Love - Lis
Bernie: I'm sorry Alfie died - your bio-lab partner. Sue:
Boston 8z Harvard! RV
Donna: Thanks for all the advice you gave, it worked
everytime. Love - Nancy
Ru: Primarily! captains! 5 fs. Coach Kum. He opens
doors! Fudge brownies. Your "Co"
Renee 8: Nick: Youse guys were great captains, mash 84
car the best. - Tricia, Roberta, Milly
Verv: All that water. SS, FBP, SB! The bridges built are
forever. Best friends - Rubes
Robyn and Bonnie: Thanx for being there and under-
standing. Love Lynn
Mark: You're someone special - specially to me! I love
you. Love, Donna
MC, TS, LF, NC, DM: Thanks for all the laughs and
thanks for always being there. Love - NP
Colorguard seniors: "Well, that's a hell of a thing!"
You're the best!!! Love, Laurie
Rich: I will never forget this year. We have had some wild
times. You're great Luv SS
PSB: I would die for you! I love you! The prom! Love -
Thanks for "simply" everything. - RV
Dottie: Drive-in, Stang guys, Long talks, hair problems.
Miss ya next year. - Lori
Lynn 8:-Iohn Piava: Tell Mom and Dad I'll be home soon!
Your sister Natalie
Melissa: What can I say? We finally made it. Thanks for
everything. Love always. - Nancy
Nat: We have has some wild times. Remember the "ski
trip" with the glasses 8: tub. - Luv, Stac
Melissa: Thanx for bringing so much laughter into my
laugh. I love ya babe! Me
Nancy Panker: I still love you! Please be mine forever!
Forget your boyfriend! S.A.
Donna 8: Stacey: Thanx for seventeen wild years! Love
Dave: You're the ultimate lunchbox, but we love you
anyway. Reflex! From Anne 8: Nick
Laur: Thanks for being there when I needed someone.
P.S. I won't hesitate to call. Nanc
Yearbook Staff: Thank you for the long hours you put in
and the fine job you did! - Ms. B
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Class of 51 - Our Very Own
Class of 62 - West Side Story
2 Class of 85 - Purple Rain
Class of 46 Dinah Shore X Bing
Class of 51 Doris Day X Billy
Class of 62 Connie Francis X Elvis
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HANG LOOSE - no sweat, don't
YO-YO - a dull person
BLAST OFF - go away, get lost, drop
dead Calso "DDT, for Drop Dead
PASSION PIT - a drive-in movie
GROUNDED - unable to borrow the
family wheels to take a hot date to the
SARC - sarcastic
HARDEEHARHAR - the sarc
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AWESOME - great, terrific
TAKE IT EASY - no sweat, donlt
A BLAST - a great time
NASTY - awful
RADICAL - outrageous
GET WITH IT - tune in
MELLOW OUT - enjoy yourself
IT'S BEEN REAL - it's been great
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Rules and Regulations
Did you know that . . .
. in the high school on County Street,
boys and girls were not allowed to
enter the school through the same
door. Girls entered through the
Morgan Street entrance, while boys
used the Court Street doors.
. no student was allowed to proceed
the wrong way on a one-way staircase.
. a suggested school dress code for
girls stated that 'Awe must remember
that for the present, school is our
business and dressy fashions from the
latest Hollywood magazines are
decidedly not appropriatefl
. a 1949 student guide stated, MLet's
remember that we're still really very
young and if we must use make-up, we
should use it to accent our features
rather than bury them under a coat of
'LINDIAN WAR PAINT."
. boys and girls were not allowed to
eat lunch together, but had to sit on
separate sides of the cafteria.
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During my senior year . . .
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- To the Class of 1985 -
Compliments of the Class of 1984
May you always follow the tradition
and spirit of NBHS."
The Class of 1985: A to Z
When we remember back to our days at high
school, pieces and snatches of senior life will
fill our minds. Here are a few memories
we've gathered during this year.
B Band, Banquets, Beginnings
A Achievements, Aides, Athletics
C Computers, Costumes, Cafeterias
D Decisions, Dreams, Dating
E Exams, Excellence, Enthusiasm
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F Friends, Fashion, Faculty
G Guidance, Growth, Graduation
H Hangouts, Hopes, Homework
I Independence, Involvement, Interruptions
I IVLI VVAVZ
J jobs, Jokes, Joy
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P Pride, Prom, Parties
O Organizations, Opinions, Orders
Q Questions, Quizzes, Quietness
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R Rallies, Rings, Relaxation
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U Understanding, Uniqueness, Underclassmen
V Vacations, Victory
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Y Yesterday, Yearbooks, Youth
Z Zeal, Zesry
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The Pursuit of Excellence
Whalers Experience An Up and Down
The crimson-garbed Whalers of New Bed
ford, led by co-capt. Bill Meunier and Dav-
DePina, experienced not only a rebuildini
season, but also a rollercoasting season o
great wins and heavy losses. Although inex
perience was a reason for some defeats, thi
attitude and individual performances of the
4-6 football team were not affected by thi
factor or by their earlier losses to Bostoi
College High, Barnstable or even Dartmoutl
The Whalers could have had possibly fiv.
of six games in their division. Most notabl'
were the one-point loss to Attleboro and th.
two-point loss to Catholic Memorial. I
seemed that in many of the games, time wa
the key factor.
Besides the fleet-footedness of Dave De
Pina and Dana Burgo, the Whalers' quarter
back, jr. john Borowicz, gained some valu
able experience with his 'Kon-the-moneyl' pas
ses and running ability. The Whalers had 1
gold mine oftalent this season which includec
the endurance of Billy Meunier and Richii
Gomes and the quickness ofRandy Debrossq
and jrs. jimmy Gomes and Dale Burgog ii
addition to the stamina and strength of Ton'
Gomes, Don Cofer, and jack N,Guia. ,
Despite disappointing losses, the team endl
ed the season on a good note by beating!
arch-rival Durfee on Thanksgiving Day by
score of 29 to 14. In addition to the senior
mentioned, this was the last high school gamf
for Matt Tierney, Jeff McKay, Tom Perry
Lydell London, Paul Boudreau, Doug Cabral
Jerel Augustine, Danny Lemos and Charlit
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Laurie Fernendes CBackJ Michelle Almeida, Debbie Thibeaulgjanet Viera, Michelle Melancon, Ann
Schwartz, Erin McGonigle, Kathy Camacho, Melissa DeCosra.
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Under new head coach Ellie Reed, the
1984 Varsity Field Hockey team came
alive with five wins and one tie, plus strong
play against powerhouses Dartmouth and
Bishop Stang Highs. The team was led
with high determination and fine leader-
ship of tri-captains Nina Chomak, Donna
Morrison, and Nancy Panker, all ofwhom
played respective roles in the team's long
and tough season. Through the outstand-
ing defense efforts of senior fullbacks
Sharon Correa, Lynn Frias and Debbie
Thibeault, the oppositionls goal scoring
was held to a minimum. The team's offen-
sive campaigns were often led by the supe-
rior goal scoring of Laurie Fernandes,
along with Kelly Dreher and Anne
Schwartz. With the consideration ofa fine
underclassman turnout and the junior
varsity's rebuilding yearhdirected by new
coach Ron Vaz, upcoming seasons look
hopeful for success. As for the graduating
class, the true sportsmanship and new suc-
cess demonstrated by them will be remem-
bered as fine examples for the upcoming
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Joao Dias, Sebastiao Rodriques, Mike Carvalho, CBackJ: Jorge Lazaro, Carlos Portal, Rui Furtado, Steve Medeiro
john Fernandes, Bassirou Niang, Kevin Vicente,1ohn Senra, Mike Correia, Paul Magalhaes, Eddie Oliveira, Coat
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The NB1-IS soccer team had plans to spend
his season rebuilding. Looks like they've
lone it! With the help of excellent players
uch as Baltazar Almeida who was voted the
Southeastern Massachusetts Conference Di-
'ision 1's K'Most Valuable Player" and the
nagnificent goaltending of freshman goalie
vlike Carvalho, New Bedford finished its
eason as the Southeastern Mass Division 1
'O-champions with an overall record of 17-2-
,. The team was eliminated from the tourna-
nent by a 3-2 loss to Xaverian in the semifi-
nals after having defeated Stoughton 4-O in the
mpening round of the tournament and Wel-
esley 2-1 in the quarterfinals.
Seniors who will be missed are Baltazar
Xlmeida, Tony Castro, Rigobert De Abreu,
oao Dias, Mike Fernendes, Alex Magalhaes,
loy Marmelo, Mark Oliveira and Sebastiao
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5-3, 2-3 Dennis-
5-lg 1-0 Attleboro
3-1 Bristol, R.I.
8-2, 6-O Somerset
7-1, 1-1 Barnstable
2-Og 2-1 Falmouth
2-1, 1-O Voc-Tech
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The New Bedford High School Girls Vol-
leyball Team experienced a rebuilding year
with the help and guidance of new head coach
Neil Macedo and assistant coach Paula
Karalekas. Jessica Langlois and Lisa Berard,
the Whalerettes' co-captains, led the young,
but hard-working team into action.
Despite a disappointing season, the girls,
enthusiasm and spirit were at its highest dur-
ing each game. lndividually, the team had
powerful servers in juniors Diane Swire and
Barby-ann Silva. The quickness of Tina
Poulin, Donna Brown and Kelly Taylor
proved helpful to the team's cause. In addi-
tion to the co-captains, the great all-around
playing of Chris Leger, Bernie Weier and
freshman Tracey Harrison moved the
Whalerettes closer to a win during the tight
games of the season. Inexperience and time
were the key factors of this year's team.
The members of the senior class who played
volleyball were Margie Zable, Barbara Sil-
va and Betty Trznadel.
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The Boys' Cross Country team recorded
5-4 record this fall. Whaler runners were le
by senior capt. Andy Wolfe who became tr
third fastest Whaler on the Buttonwood Par
5 mile course with a time of 14:39. Senio,
joe Taveira, Steve Klakowicz, Mike Cruz an
joe Varela contributed heavily to the Nel
Bedford cause throughout the season as wel
The Whalers improved steadily througl
out the season and avenged September losse
to Attleboro and Barnstable at the SM
The New Bedford High Girls' Cross Coui
try team was created in the fall of l983, ar
they showed signs of promise. Their accon
plishments in their second season of exi
tence made the Whaler athletic communii
Competing in what most observers call tl
toughest cross country league in the state, tl
Whalers fashioned a 5-4 dual meet recori
while still saving their best for last! In N4
vember, they finished 5rd in the Eastern Ma
Division I championship at Franklin Park an
the following week captured a 7th place finis
in the Mass State Finals at Mt. Northfieli
MA on a snowy, 350 day.
Whaler captain Sue Caron provided clutc
performances in both championship meet
Senior track star, Michelle Girard missed tl
majority of the season with a foot injur
Other top performances were turned in l
juniors Liz Alves and Kathy Mulligan, a
trio of freshmen, April Beaulieu, Ui
Rocha, and school record-holder, Sue W
kins. The future looks bright for next
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fiiddleh Rick Porter, Tom Pacheco, David Gomes, Chris Karalekas, Kevin Cook, Manny Macedo, Rick Pires, Duane
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l NB 77-95 Durfee
l NB 41-42 Seekonk
NB 120-42 Randolph
T NB 98-73 Ursaline Ac.
i NB 98-74 Canton
1 NB 115-57 Micldleboro
1 NB 90-82 Attleboro
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South Sectionals -- 6th
State Finals -- 10th
The Girls' Swim Team ended a successful
season with a dual meet record of 6-2-0 and
with a strong showing at both sectional and
state meets. Much of the team's success can
be attributed to the fine leadership of Renee
Berthiaume and Nicole Fernandes who both
participated in post-season championship
Seniors Roberta Verville and Ursula Wil-
kinson provided many valuable team points,
most of which were earned at crucial mo-
ments. Other paramount efforts came from
seniors Alyson DePrato, Sue Duhamel and
Tricia Swain, all of whom have been with the
team for four years.
Superior diving performances were given
by Beth Shaugnessy throughout the season.
She set several records while helping her
team to victory.
Also giving strong efforts were Anne Ver-
ville, Beth Schwartz and Kathy Foster. These
girls also offer great hope, along with Ms.
Shaugnessy, of a superior team in the works
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Row l KL-RD Sean Sullivan, Ron Dahrowski, Neil
Mello, Don Chausse, Scott Fonseca, jay Reul, Randy
Biggers, Ed Bettencourt, Ed Alves CROW 23 Tim
Curry, Scott Hutchens, Tim Sheehan, jeff Brenneke,
Matt Rychebush, Marc Therien, Scott Medeiros,
Steve Mercer, Scott Turner, jason Gurney, john joia,
Coach Medeiros CRow 55 Marc Parent, jim Henry,
Dave Ponte, jeff Tripp, Paul Foucart, Wade Perry,
Ricky Porter, Robert Costa, Asst. Coach Morell CRow
45 Kevin Ferreira, David Halle, Roy Marmclo, Bill
Hathaway, Scott Barrows, Russ Clark, Curt Nelson,
Whalers Swim to Unexpected Success
NB 51-52 Natick
NB 96-75 Apponequet
NB 104-68 Sandwich
NB 70-102 Acton-Boxboro
NB 102-70 Duxbury
NB 20-65 Seekonk
NB 84-88 Attleboro
NB 78-92 Boston College High
NB 94-78 Durfee
NB 101-70 Middleboro
NB 112-58 Wellesley
With the Whalers' first season back from
SMU, a renewed interest from the student
body proved to be a bit ofan incentive for the
team. The season started offwith a fine post-
ing of second place in the Southern Confer-
ence Relay Carnival. The season then turned
into a fast paced and often tough schedule,
with some added out-of-league dual meets.
The year climaxed with the team's first defeat
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showing at third place in the Conference
Meet at Attleboro High.
Coach Medeiros commends the hard work
and dedication exhibited by senior co-
captains Russ Clark and Scott Barrows. This
dedication also carried throughout the rest of
the seniors and each performed in a manner
which brought great success to the team.
Clark, along with senior Curt Nelson, led
the way for the team in the sprint freestyles
both individually and in the 400 and 200 relay
teams respectively. Barrows in the breast-
stroke and Pete Marques in the butterfly
brought valuable team points when needed
most. Senior Roy Marmelo was the team's
main swimmer in the individual medley and
distance freestyling. Dave Halle, a breastrok-
er, and Bill Hathaway, a backstroker, were
both depended upon heavily in the later
events for some crucial points in close meets.
The fine diving efforts of Kevin Ferreira,
through new assistant coach Morell's fine
coaching, also proved to be very valuable.
A Season of Highs And Lows
for the Whaler Girls
36 NB vs. Old Colony 20
74 NB vs. Brighton 67
82 NB vs. Brighton 64
48 NB vs. Martha's Vineyard 40
45 NB vs. Danvers 35
50 NB vs. Durfee 47
53 NB vs. Bishop Feehan 72
52 NB vs. Somerset 50
55 NB vs. Bishop Stang 66
19 NB vs. D-Y 59
42 NB vs. Attleboro 63
59 NB vs. Wareham 57
27 NB vs. Durfee 58
40 NB vs. Bishop Feehan 67
65 NB vs. Somerset 62
37 NB vs. Bishop Stang 54
39 NB vs. D-Y 52
40 NB vs. Attleboro 56
44 NB vs. Wareham 42
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team, led by senior co-captains Kelly Drehe
and Bernie Sylvia, experienced a rocky sea
son filled with victorious wins and disappoint
ing losses. Although the Whalers lackei
height, they continued to be the quick, out
side shooting hard workers that they are.
Dreher, a two-time second team Division
all-star, led the squad in points during the
season. Sylvia, in addition to being an excel
lent outside shooter, was a fantastic ball
handler as well. juniors Pam Souza an:
Cheryl Stroud came out shining under pres
sure during the tougher games of the seasoi
like Wareham and Bishop Stang. Sophomore
Michelle Almeida and Sue Rasmusser
proved to be strong members of the forwarc
Despite disappointing losses to D-Y, Bish
op Feehan, and the second game against Dur
fee, the girls showed enthusiasm and confi
dence throughout the year. N.B. loses thei.
co-captains via the graduation route, but for
tunately has a solid nucleus for the nex
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Monteiro, Bernie Sylvia, Kelly Dreher, Rosa Almeida
Rosinda Almeida CROW Zh: Coach Bonneau, Michelle
Almeida, Sue Rasmussen, Cheryl Stroud, Monique
Williams, Erin McGonigle, Melissa Mendes, Pam
Souza, Coach Belli, Coach Longo
Whaler Basketball - All the Way
73 NB vs. O.L,P. 70
53 NB vs. Cambridge-Latin 74
82 NB vs. BishopHendricken 74
85 NB vs. Barrington 54
78 NB vs. Bishop Feehan 64
83 NB vs. Falmouth 60
70 NB vs. Attleboro 39
67 NB vs. Somerset 45
53 NB vs. Bishop Connolly 44
72 NB vs. Barnstable 70
59 NB vs. Durfee 56
62 NB vs. Bishop Fee-han 54
86 NB vs. Falmouth 50
80 NB vs. Attleboro 53
57 NB vs. Barnstable COTE 61
101 NB vs. Bishop Connolly 75
62 NB vs. Somerset 52
66 NB vs. Durfee 73
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The New Bedford High School Boys' Ba.
ketball Team, led by senior captain Pete
Armanetti, seemed to electrify the crow
with its spectacular all-around playing th
season. Even though junior Tres Lewis we
the only returning starter from last year's ll
4 team, the squad proved their ability in th
tougher games by their quickness, defense
and intense will to win.
The Whalers were a capable and threatet
ing team this year due mainly to the bal
handling of seniors Armanetti and Mai
Faria, the outside shooting of Hector Barrc
and sophomore Steve Wynn, and most in
portantly the height and leaping abilities t
seniors john Haddocks, David Conceicat
and Trels Lewis - the team's highest score.
All of the players demonstrated the nece:
sary character and commitment to carry a
exciting campaign throughout the 1984-8
season - particularly against Cambridg
Rindge and Latin High, O.L.P., and the Hil
toppers of Durfee High School.
In addition to the players mentioned, th
seniors who played their last season wer
Richie Gomes and jack N'Guia.
Kneeling: Row I CL-RH: Marc Faria, Richard Gomes.
David Conceicao, Peter Armancrri, Hector Barros,
,lack N'Guia KROW Zi Coach Rodrigues, Fred
Pimenral, john Haddocks. joe Wfilliams, Donald
Lessa, Brian Magnerr, Steve Wfynn, Roger Lewis, Mr.
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Sandy Langlois, Sherri Sarmento, Lisa Knowles,
Tammy Soares, Maria Sousa, Danielle Brooks, Lisa
Grimes, Anne Schwartz lRow 21 jennifer Barton,
Shauneen Peckham, Gail Lacasse, julie Fernandes,
Amy Quail, Sharon Gardner, Tara Smith, Beth
Shaughnessy, Chris Ferreira, Coach Sheila Doherty.
Gymnastics Team Wins
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Gymnastics team had a great year. Led by Coach Sheila
Doherty, the girls won all meets except two against
Somerset which were lost by only small margins. Anne
Schwartz and Beth Shaughnessy continued to keep spec-
tators in awe oftheir spectacular routines, done with such
perfection that they continually won top honors in all
meets. In fact, their names stand at the top of any list
comprised of league champions. With all but seniors
Anne Schwartz and Chris Ferreira returning next year,
these fine gymnasts should have continuing success.
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DaSilva, Paul Goguen, Garrerr Sylvia, Brendan Lawler
l'BaCkl Coach Tougas, Todd Rapoza, Doug Goguen,
Chris Dexrradeur, Barry Lawler, Bruce Edmundson,
Mark Gauthier, joe Andrade, Bill Cabral, Luke
Gurney, Ted Senna, .lack Indio, Coach O'l-leare,
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NBHS Whalers. It was an induction by fire - or ice -- in this case, as the
Whalers struggled through a disappointing season. Perhaps the greatest
moment of accomplishment for this determined team was its near victory
over powerhouse Dennis-Yarmouth. The game was lost on an extremely
controversal call. In fact, in a rare act, the opposing coach agreed the call
had indeed been a poor one and had cost NBHS the game after having
played superbly throughout.
In spite of the hard work of the team, the never-ending efforts of Capt.
Paul Goguen, and the excellent net minding of sophomore goalie Dusty
Cormierg the Whalers finished the season with a record of 4-12-2. The
seniors who leave have nothing to be ashamed of, for they gave it their allg
and the members who remain for next year are confident that they will
turn things around with a little more experience.
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Trznadel, Kathy Mulligan, Sue Caron, Capt. Michelle
Girard, Liz Alves CRow 25: Jocelyn Indio, Andrea
Gomes, Diana Christopher, Kristen Porter, Maureen
Sullivan, Lana Lima, Sue Watkins, Laura Duarte,
Michelle Melancon, Melissa Caron CROW 33: Coach
Gardiner, Maria Jardin, Heidi Abendroth, Tiffini
Young, Michelle DeSousa, jennifer Conlen, Nicki
Deslauriers, I-Iilaria Rocha, April Beaulieu, joleen
Froias, Asst. Coach DeAndrade
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Boys N.B. Girls
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The New Bedford High track team
started slowly but gathered up steam dow
the stretch as they established themselves 2
one of the premiere boys' and girls' trac
squads in the competitive SMC.
The boys' team was led by the outstandin
performances of Andy Wolfe C2-mile
Seniors Mike Cruz C600 and relayb, Stev
Klakowicz C1000 and relayD,joe Taveira C60
and relayb, and George Jacques C50 and 506
added to the honors. Clutch performances b
Michelle Girard C500, 600, and relay? and Su
Caron C2-milel paved the way for the girls in
winning fashion. The 1984-1985 track tear
is to be commended for their outstandin
efforts and another successful season.
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Chris Baxter, Frank DePina, Dana Burgo, George
jacques, Co-Capt. Mike Cruz, Co-capt. Andy Wolfe.
Steve Klakowicz, joe Taveira lRow 23: David Gomes.
Harry joseph, joe DaRocha, Tom Pacheco, john
Reul, Cliff Espinola, Kevin Cook, Tim jacques,
Manny Macedo, Chris Karalekas, john DeSouza,
Kelly Martin CROW SJ: Coach Gardiner, Daryn Snelar
Scott Brown, Tony DeCosta, Sean Finnerty, Mike
Belanger, Matt Gracia, Rich Pires,jason Hill, Pete
Taveira, Scott Webster, Scott Sylvia, Duane Duarte,
Asst. Coach DeAndrade
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seasons, Illl remember the wins and
losses, but MOST OF ALL . . .
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JUNioR BA QUET
On Thursday, May 26, 1984 at the Skipper Inn, the Class
of L85 gathered for its junior Banquet, It was a night of
dining, dancing, and entertainment.
Michael Cruz, jeff McKay, and Steve Klakowicz tother-
wise known as Sargent L'Amour and the Soldiers of Lovel
performed an original routine to Billy joel's "For the
Longest Timef' Robert Andrade accompanied by Michelle
LeBlanc on piano sang a solo,
The class decided to show its spirit by acting out Van
Halen's hit Hump" with several members touching the
All in all it was a memorable night.
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The sleeping giant called "Spirit,' awoke in
full force in November to display his wares
during Pajama Day, Toga Day, Outrageous
Day, All Sports Day and Masquerade Day of
4'Spirit Week." Decked out in garments of
various sorts and loads of imagination, the
Class of '85 certainly added enough color to
NBHS to rival any of the four colors found
in the four houses.
Throughout Spirit Week a calliope of
events was held to raise spirits and to raise
funds for the Thanksgiving and Christmas
food baskets distributed to needy families.
Setting the tone for Spirit Week this year,
Student Leadership Day was the first event.
This was followed by the Drama Clubls fall
production and the Minority Awareness
Clubls fashion show. Then on Tuesday, Nov.
20th, the 2nd annual Student-Faculty vol-
leyball game was held.
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morning school rally disclosed the winners 1
the "spirit linksj' the masquerade contest, tl
jelly bean count and of course the class of'E
The car decorating contest was held at 61C
p.m. that evening and followed by the spit
parade at Buttonwood Park where the ral
and bonfire were held.
Thursday was the traditional football gan
between NBHS and rival Durfee.
The finale was held on Saturday night in tl
girls' gym where the traditional Spirit Dana
closed the week.
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Everyone from the crowd, the cheerleaders, the ma-
jorettes, the flag twirlers, the spirit club, the band, to the
players themselves got into the act. NB truly urocked the
housey' with pep and enthusiasm.
No one will forget the great time, nor the 'Kthumb
man" losing his skirt!
Painting the Town
The enthusiasm and spirit kept everyone
warm during the spirit decorating contest and
parade. The city folks were treated to a gala
affair when the parade kicked off at 6:45 p.m.
from the library and marched to Buttonwood
Park. The band and football team, atop the
ladder truck, led the way. They were followed
by the contest cars and floats being brought
along by the winner ofthe Mayor's Trophy -
The Class of '85,
The senior mascot Animal, alias Stacey
Smith, class president, accepted the trophy
for the award-winning theme truck bearing
the slogan, "Cook Those Turkeys!"
Headmastefs Trophy - Crimson Courier
Winners Are . . .
"Anxiously awaiting the results . . ,
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judges' Trophy - Freshmen Class
Above: Hon. Mention - Minority Aw. Club
Below: Hon. Mention - Sophomore Class
to All Entries
Not every entry could receive a trophy but every entry
certainly deserved one! For the hard work and time spent -
thanksg for the results - CONGRATULATIONS!
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Young and old, students and graduates, athletes and fans -
everyone follows the tradition of attending the big bonfire at
Buttonwood Park on the eve ofthe biggarne. After the chill ofthe
march up from the library, the heat from the huge inferno feels
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Through the Pages of the Log
The yearbook is the culmination of all signifi-
cant elements that comprise the high school
years. Everything from activities, to question-
naires, to senior messages are included. Ms. Biz-
zarro, our advisor, constantly reminded us ofthe
importance of being able to look back and vivid-
ly recall the events that made attending New
Bedford High School special.
Preparations for the yearbook began in june
with interviews for interested candidates. Dur-
ing summer sessions our editor-in-chief, Ana
Chereta, chose the theme. Fellow editors met to
decide on the cover, the print, and to learn the
techniques of doing a layout.
However, the real work began when school
started. Deadlines were the dreaded facts con-
fronted, yet they weren't the only problems the
collaboration of editors and staff had to face.
Writing copy, retaking pictures, identifying pic-
tures, drawing layouts, and proofreading were
just a select few.
Much time and effort has been put into this
yearbook. We consistently strove to produce
the "perfect" yearbook, and we hope you will
appreciate our work.
CL-RD: Kim Silva, CEd.J Maria DaSilva, joana Castro.
Row lil.-RD: Kimberly Grace, Ruth Pacheco, Kim Silva, Ana Alexandra, Gina Rodrigues, Lisa Benedettijoar
Castro, Sandra Medeiros, Sue Faria CROW 27: Carol Astley, Chrisann Kellish, Maria Germano, Ana Cheret:
Suzanne Caron, Maria DaSilva,jennifer Cormier, Alyson DePrato, Grace Carreiro CROW SD: Kevin Young,
Nelson, Steven Klakowicz, jose Andrade, Scott Pacheco, David Gomes, Rui Marmelo. 1
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Choosing the 1985 cover are seated left to right Steven Klakowicz, Editor-in-chief Ana Cher-et.
Maria DaSilva, Maria Germano, and standing left to right are Sue Caron, Chrisann Kellish, an
QL RJ Curt Nelson, CEd.J Steven K1ak0wiC2,David GOH165, CmiSSif1gUf1Ck' CL-RD Manny DeOliveira, jose Andrade, Melissa Morse, CEd.j Maria Germano, Lynne Melancon.
Carol's hard at work
on her layout for the
because her work is Advertising - Faculty Staff
done' CL-RD: Tom Washburn, 4Ed.b Carol Astley, Gina Rodriques, Sandra Medeiros, Ruth
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Clubs - Activities Staff Graduate Sfaff
.ow 1 CL-RJ. Ana Alexandre, md., Suzanne Caron' Sue Farm QROW 23 Kevin Young, CL-RJ: Scott Pacheco, Lisa Benedetti, 6Ed.D Chrisann Kellish, Grace Carreiro, Alyson
on-member Nancy Machado, Kim Grace, Jennifer Cormier. Deprato'
Melissa lines up a good shot. The work is done and, after working together all year, we could just strangle each other!
BHS Students Lead the Wa
New Bedford High has a large measure of
self-government that provides its students
with the opportunity to regulate their own
affairs and to communicate their desires to
other elements of the high school communi-
The Student Advisory Committee and Stu-
dent Representative to the School Commit-
tee consist of a group of seven students
elected by their peers. These groups work
closely with administrators and act as repre-
sentatives of their fellow students. Over the
years, SAC has been instrumental in the suc-
cess of the Tutorial Center and in many
school policy changes. They also encouraged
students to improve their grades through the
Academic Excellence Campaign.
Club presidents are also a significant part of
the school. They are the ones who engender
the spirit and leadership that is necessary for
the success of their individual clubs.
The class officers also have an important
Student Advisory Committee
role within the school. Not only do they re
resent their class, but they are also respon
ble for arranging the various social functio
throughout the year.
To be a member of the Steering Comm
tee involves great commitment. They collc
monies for various functions, attend freque
meetings, and vote on issues concerning th4
Row l CL-RD Pedra Leandre, Nancy Machado, Maria Monteiro CRow 25 Cheryl Stroud, Ang
Tavaresjudy Silva, Ana Alexandre, Monica Leandre, Renee Berthiaume, Carol Caimioni CRow
,losh Galitsky, Kevin Young, Ken Nichols, Norman Meltzer, George Ferreira, Brian Perry.
Row ML-RD: Student Rep. Roberta Verville, Sec. Suzanne Caron, Lisa
Amaral CROW 25 Ch. Michelle LeBlanc, Kelly Gomes, Paul Foucart, Thom-
junior Class Officers
CL-RJ: Pres. Christopher Costa, Sec. Yael Allcalay, V.P. David Oliveira.
Sophomore Class Officers
CL-RJ: V.P. Robert Long, Pres. Valerie Amorin, Sec. john Joie
Row lCL-RJ: Kim Silva, Amy
arreiro, Iva Chereta, Stephanie
zwrence, Debby Fredette CROW
21 Mr A. Alves Cadv.D, Karen
Pinto, Lisa Robertson, Brenda
Larnond, Antoinette Gomes,
julie Casey, Michelle Goyette,
Debbie Cardoso, Ms. Dean
junior Steering Committee
Row lCL-RD: Cherie Arruda,
Rachel Pinto, Jackie Almeida,
Angela Vidal, Lucy Lopes,
Cheryl Perry, Pamela Souza,
Maria Sousa, Lisa Delano 1Row
29 Mrs. Ayotte fadv.J, Duane
Duarte, Christopher Karalekas,
Daniel Marcotte, Alda
Gonsalves, Inez Valenzuela,
Keith jeronymo, john Pick,
Michael Pimental, Daniel
Weaver, Mr. Edmundson Cadv.J
Freshmen Steering Committee
Row l CL-Rb: Diana Cintron,
Karen Lynch, Kathy Kelly,
Linda DeMello, Tammy Soares
CROW 25 Mr. Rose Cadv.D,
Colleen Lizotte, Robin Wilcox,
Craig Barboza, Susan Watkins,
George Medeiros, Ms. Persson
Set The Pace
The Student Congress is a body of
over 100 students who act as repre-
sentatives ofthe entire student popula-
tion of NBHS. It sponsors the annual
food drives and flower sales, helps the
administration and 'runs class elections.
Money raised by fundraisers is donated
to worthy causes. Scholarships are also
awarded to deserving members.
The SADD Club is an off-shoot of
the Student Congress. They inform
their peers of the dangers of driving
under the influence of alcohol.
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boxes to be delivered to the
CAboveD: Student Congress Leaders CL-RJ: Maria Souza,
Camaioni, Linda Eugenio. CLeftj: Mr. Edmundson stands with
Front CL RD S A D D Cheryl
Varieur Rachelle Pinto Mike
Cruz Anne Schwartz QBackD
Amy Beth Pragana Angela
Gross john Reul Duane
United We Grow
The Inter-club Council and the Pep Club are two clubs
who act as liasions with other groups. The Inter-club Coun-
cil attempts to unite all school organizations, and the Pep
Club acts as a link between the student body and cheering
The Inter-club Council is made up ofthe vice-presidents
of all the clubs at NBHS. The members are responsible for
helping to dispense information to their individual clubsg
help with Spirit Weekg organize school dances and flea
markets, and run activities that are ofinterest to everyone.
The Pep Club, the morale boosters of the school, are a
very important part ofour student body. During their calen-
dar of events, they help with Spirit Week, cheer on the JV
teams, add support to the cheerleaders, and help with spe-
rTop lefth: The Inter-club sings Christmas
carols at the Bedford Towers. fTop rightlz Ms.
Caron gives out trophies during Spirit Week.
rliottom lefitli Pep Club members carry the
banners in the Spirit Week parade. rBottom
rightli The squad finishes .1 routine during the
Pep Club: Front cL-Rm: Lynn Correia,
Virginia Vagos, Angela Tavares, ,Iudy Silva,
Gina DaSilva, Filomena Silva 1MiddleJ: Ann
Correia, Sherry Bourgeois, Debbie Silva,
Danielle St. Gene, Michelle Ramos,
Michelle Pietrazic CBackJ: Paula Taylor, Ana
DaChaves, Judy Ribeiro, Sue Laturtle,
Tricia Costa, Heather Deree.
Becoming Aware of the Contributions of thers .
While both the Minority Awareness Club and
the History Club are two organizations who learn
from the world around them, the Minority Aware-
ness Club also teaches others about themselves.
The major goal of the M.A. Club is to make others
aware of the many contributions made by minor-
ities and of the many roles they play in today's
Their special talents are especially evident dur-
ing February's Black History Month when the club
expends much time and energy to promote indi-
vidual pride. In addition to the field trips, displays,
cultural programs and general meetings, there is
also a social side to the club.
The fun of talent shows and the flair of fashion
shows have been shared with large audiences. Their
Spirit Week float earned them an award and a
chance to "strut their stuff' in the parade!
History Club: Seated CL-RJ: Tracey Stuart, Stacy Holmes, Amy Beth Pragana CBackD: Charlie Borges, Pan
Cournoyer, Elizabeth Cabral, Mr. J. Borowicz iadvj, Shelly Harrison, Tara Smith, Tracy Sheehan.
Minority Awareness Club: CMembershipJ: Heic
Abendroth, Nadene Affonseca, Camille Anderson, Mar
tin Ayala, Mayra Adames, Adam Baptista, Rene Burgc
Diana Christopher, Penny Covey, Tisha Clark, Barbar
jean Corriea, Maria Carter, Charlene Diggs, Erick
Duckett, Erleen Rae Duarte, Tammy Fernandes, Elizet
Fonseca, Maria Fortes, Kelly Gomes, Shaynne Gomes
Nancy Gonzalez, Rescha Gray, Lori Ganeto, Elizabet
Hathaway, Steve Klakowicz, Angelique Kouta, Kell
Leighton, Wendyjo Lima, Bernadette Martinez, Cather
ine McCormick,Jesse Mendes, Lori Miranda, Kelli Mon
teiro, Melissa Mendes, Kim Nichols, Rachelle Pintc
Carol Pollard,.Ioyce Ribeiro, Dianna Ruiz, Carol Ramos
Maria Rosario, Lorna Silva, Cheryl Stroud, Odi
Stephenson, Gina Watkins.
CFar leftj: Nicole knocks everyone dead with her song. CLeftD: What a whiz on wheels!
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Learning from the World
Both the Outdoors Club and the Natural
Science Club are alike because members of
those clubs are given a chance to go out and
see the world around them. The Outdoors
Club goes out and enjoys the benefits ofour
area while the Natural Science Club gets an
outlook on urban life.
The Outdoors Club has scheduled many
exciting adventures which supply its mem-
bers with a wonderful mental experience to
be remembered in the years following gradu-
ation. Some of the trips held this year were ii
ski trip during February vacation and a campe
ing trip to South Carver. On these two trips
the members were overwhelmed at the mag-
nificent sights and amazed at finding out how
much could be learned when having fun.
Natural Sciences: Front il,-R31 Brian Perry, ,litmus
Caron. Rich Popovik, Scott DeRossi, Karen Almeida,
jeff Roncka, Penny Aiman, Mr. FI. Strittmatter, udv.
lBackl: Mark Maroton,jef'f Brenneke, Sue Rasmussen,
Clubs Offer Services
The Usher Corps and the Key Club played
a big part in many of this year's events includ-
ing the Drama Club plays, the Christmas
Concert and other activities in and out of
school. Both clubs are very dedicated to help-
ing out whenever needed.
Usher Corps A n A I Key Club
lst row CL-RD: Martha Bourke, jennifer Goodwin, Marina Monteiro, ldilia Machado Q2 nd lgt row CL-Rj5 Laura Leandfe, Robert Raposa, Cznd row, Sherry Qllvef Stacy Holme
rowj Sherri Carola, Carla Ferreira, Mrs. Dlouhy Cadv.D,Richard Walker, Nelson Medeiros, Monica Leandfe, Qhefyl Cruz, Kathleen Brennan, Petra Leandfe
The "New" Art Club
lst Row CL to RD Melissa Maciel, Greg Leite CTresJ,
Jeanette Rivera, Josephine Angulo, Manoly Cores,
Felicia Martinez, Gina Rodrigues, Aurora Fernandez,
Carlos Adorno, Nuno Medeiros, Adriana Barreto,
jimmy Serrano C2nd row! Terence Lopes, Alecia
Grey, Marisol Torres, Luz Ortiz, Saturnino Figueroa,
Lisa Hernandez Csec.J, Rosa Cruz, Luz Yulfo, Maria
Adorno, Ruth Ortiz, Tina Rivera, Carol Ramos,
Aileen Rodrigues Grd rowj Mrs. Kallevik Qadvj,
Duane Duarte CV. Presb, Bernadette Hernandez, Eric
Hubert, Tanya Williams, Nadya Dominguez, Luz
Dominguez, juan Ortiz, Marisol Vasquez, Sammy
Bonzalez, Kevin Young CPres.D, Paul Merced, Hilmar
Riveria, Maria Rosario, Peter Gonzalez, Daniel Sofo,
This yearls "new" Art Club has shown its innovating talent with
their new advisor, Mrs. Kallevik and the largest membership
ever. The Art Club has shown us a vast array of talent and it will
continue to do so for many years to come.
Chess Club A
,st row KL-RJ: George Pereira, David Siegel, Seth Sobral 62nd rowj Marc Tavares, Lisa
Suilbeault Grd rowj Albert Parent, Ken Nichols, Mr. Biscari fadvj, Mike Amaral.
At Its Best
Two clubs, along with a rather new addition
to our long list ofclubs, spent a busy year. The
Bowling and Chess Clubs, both led by Mr. G.
Biscari have been very busy this year with
several tournaments. The Computer Club,
our newest member has also been very busy
with their large group of young men and
women members who have taken advantage
of the schoo1's new computers.
lst row CL-RD: Brian Thompson, Jackie Seney,
Scott Reiniche, Brenda Lamond, David Siegel
C2ndJ Ken Nichols, George Pereira, Kenny
Martin, Michael Carrier, Sue Arsenault, Marc
Tavares Grd rowj Michelle Langlois, Nicole
Johnson, Laurie Souza, Cathy Ricardo, Mr. Biscari
Kadvj, Seth Sobral, Albert Parent, Lisa Guilbeault,
Michael Amaral 14th rowb Jeff Brenneke, Andrew
Reed, Richard Coleman, Michael Coucci.
lst row CL RD Richardo Henriques
Mark Dellima john Pick Greg Kalsey
Tom Washburn Dennis Wilkinson
Seth Sobral Mike Blanchard Matt
Gravel 42nd rowbjim Arruda jack Re
zendes, George Pereira Chris Haley
Brian Perry Michelle Girard Mark
Martin, jay Herman Sue Vieira Ed
Casey 13rd rowb Danny DaSiveria
Durval Vieira Andy Garrett Mike
Sousa, Tony Cabral Sandy Trafalis
Mike Wilcox Mr LeBlanc Cadvb Ken
Nichols, Ron Nery Peter Armanetti
Andy Wolfe Dave Halle Tony
During their stay here at New Bedford
High School, many students have sought out
career-oriented clubs. Two of these clubs are
the Business Club and Distributive Educa-
The Business Club members have orga-
nized activities such as car washes, cake sales,
and general sales campaigns. In addition they
have attended business conferences for meet-
ings and seminars on business topics.
Through these activities, they have tested
their knowledge of the business world.
Distributive Education is more than a class
or a club. The members run the non-profit
bookstore, where their salesmanship is put to
good use. Furthering their skills, they spend
part of the school day in actual employment
where they prepare for the future job market.
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Bottom CL-RD Mr. Pacheco Cadv.D, Helena DePina, Dianne Cabral, Joanne Menard, Michelle Beauregard, Tony
Mortenson, Doreen DeJesus, Margaret Sauve CMiddleD Valerie Babineau, Pat Tetreault, Tracey Bachand, Cidali:
Tavares, Lucy Rocha, Maria Pereira, Nidia Chiquito, Neli Custodio, Jeanne Cummings, Linda Medeiros CBack
Michael Amado, Paul Vaz,Jesse Mendes, Mark Costa, Scott Bettencourt, Tony deMendonca, Paul DeBortoli, Walter
Fonseca, Ryan Amado.
rightj Melissa picks out a card for Lynne. f
CBottom rightb Karen notices there are no
freshman stickers on sale!
Front CL-RD Jessica Staley, Gloria Gonzalez, Fernanda
DaSilva CROW 25 Helene Erin, Melissa Sylvia, Kelly
Torres, Christine Mourinho, Bernadette Brocklehurst,
Michelle Lawrence, Fernanda Melo, Maria Melo,
Tammy Soares, Ms. Medeiros, adv. CROW 39 Maria
DeCampos, Rosemary DeMendonca, Stephanie
Watters, Isabel Araujo, Tara Smith, Joanne Vezina,
Nancy Machado, Diane Monteiro, Bernadette
Fernandez CRow 43 Michelle Fernandes, Lucy
Carreiro, Elizabeth Borges, Dana Lewis, Virginia
Reilly, Sheri Gifford.
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Seated lL-RJ: jay Herman, Steve Lightbody, Karen Fennessy, Grace Carreiro, Lisa Humason. lMiddleJ Joanne
Hebert. Sandra Trafalis, Rachel Besen, Sandra Medeiros, Beth Schwartz fStandingJ Michelle LeBlanc, Ana Chereta,
Norman Meltzer, Michael Wilcox, Bill Meunier, Linda Eugenio, Kelly Gomes, Mr. Mandly fadv.J
Many students have gained membership
into the National Honor Society, and have
joined the Theatre Experience Club. These
two groups show part ofour intellectual side.
Their excellence in academics is outstanding.
The Honor Society has had many annual
activities including the annual Book Fair and
Student Government Day. They also sponsor
the costume contest during Spirit Week. The
Theatre Experience Club has taken periodic
trips viewing works of great playwrights.
These two groups add another dimension to
the activities program at New Bedford High
Kneeling KLARJZ Rosa Quintal, Lisa Correia, Pam Souza,
Lori Rubin, Nancy Macedo, Michelle Raymond, Lisa
Humason, Rachel Blumlo, Ana Chereta, Grace Cor-
feiro, Laurie Fernandes, Michelle Girard, Nina Chomak
fMiddleJ Garrett Silvia, jay Herman, Doug Martin,
Michael Moreau, Mark Nolin, William Meunier,
Michael Wilcox, Ray Picard, Dave Bryant, Emanuel Fur-
tado, Mike Fernandes, Doug Mendes, Matt Tierney.
Manny Gaspar, Mr. Mitchell, adv. fBackJ Michelle Le-
Blanc, Monica Leandre, Joanne Hebert, Kelly Gomes,
Nicole Fernandes, Roberta Verville, Renee Berthiaume,
Maria Ribeiro, Sandy Medeiros, Myra Sayar, Robyn Wil-
drick, Anne Schwartz, Sue Caron,
A New Exposure
The Photography Club, a new club, lends its services
by taking exciting candids for the yearbook and Crimson
Courier. The members include in row l 1L-Rl: Mark
Spinola, Lynne Melancon, Debra Amaral Crow 21: jerry
Cabral, Maria Germano, Maria Tavares, Mr. Millette
radvl, Elizabeth Machado, Yolanda Baez, Gina Rosario
rrow 53 Kevin Cummings, Melissa Morse, Mike Dawson,
Richard Walker, Marc Dugas, Frank Rothwell and ,len-
Working with different cultural aspects
from the world around us has given the For-
eign Language Club, the American Field
Service, and the International Club the op-
portunity to experience adventure and won-
der. Through social, cultural and community-
oriented activities they have developed a bet-
ter understanding ofthe people around them.
The true meaning of education is the meet-
ing and understanding of minds and cultures.
It is for this good that these three clubs strive.
Each member of the Foreign Language Club,
the American Field Service, and the Interna-
tional Club is encouraged to learn about the
worlds beyond their own and experience
Foreign Language Club
Row l CL-RJ: Karen Almeida, Teresa Cordeiro, Yvonne Espada, Gina Rodriques, Debbie Galego, Kelly Pimentel
Donna Desorcy, Shara Crook, Anthony Benson CROW 23 Celia Cajuda, Nancy Pires, Ana Alexandre,jose Andrade
Kathleen Brennan, Mary jo Almeida, Robert Arruda, Scott Brunelle, Maria Monteiro CROW 3Uulie Casey, Jennife
Constantine, Kathryn Roche,jennifer Grime, Frank Andrade, Victor Da Silva, Patty Blouin, Dean Lawrence, Stacic
Rodrioues, Pauline Tavares, Kevin Young, Michael Pimental, Chris Reed,joana Arnaral, Rui Marmelo,-lens Kuhfahl
Mr. Guy Cadv.D
Row 1 CL-RD 1 Durval Vieira, Baltazar Almeida, jamie
Ramos, Mario Gomes, Antonio Castro, Rui Furtado,
Thierno Niang, Antoine DaCruz, Roberto De Abreu
CRow 25 Diana Seco, Ana Roda, Fernanda Melo, Isabel
Garcia, Ana Da Cunha, Celia Cunha, Dorinda Fidalgo,
Debra Galego, Filomena Silva, Carol Wilkinson CRow 55
Rui Marmelo, Oswald Maiato, Jens Kuhfahl, Clara
Rosario, Peter Tavares, Laurinda Silva, Angela Tavares,
Virginia Vagos, Margarida Duarte, Kevin Young, Di-
amantino Fidalgo, Nuno Cunha, Amadou Niang, Pedro
Pereira, Ricardo Henriques, Mr. Antonio Oliveira Cadv.p
American Field Service
Row l CL to RD: Todd Baptista, jennifer Grime, Auror
Fernandez, Manoli Cores, Kathy Brennan, Lisa Huma
son,joanne Hebert, Myra Sayar, Sharon Correa, Robei
Arruda, Scott Brunelle CRow 23 Tricia Morris, Rochell
LeBlanc, jennifer Constantine, Debbie Holmes, Mi
chelle LeBlanc, Sandra Medeiros, Gina Rodrigues, Dali
Souza, Angela Almeida, Alyson DePrato, Danielle Se
guin, Ellen O'Reilly, Michelle Oliver CRow 35 Ms. Perso.
Cadv.j, Denny Aiman, Lori Lopez, Rui Marmelo, Nanc
Medeiros, Nicole Fernandes, Brenda Lamond, Caci Fei
reira, Jens Kuhfahl, Ken Nichols, Maria Ribeiro, Shei
Anuszczyk, Kelly Gomes, Kevin Young, Dean Lawr
ence, Deraman Barros, Victor DaSilva, Mike Tavares
Ed Haskins, Mr. Medeiros Cadv.D
WIMC - TV
owl KI.-RJ:joeDias, Roxanne Blake,john Reul,,leffBarros. Darcy Cardone, Lyclell London, Rachel Pinto. Elizette
Jnseca, Frederick Duguay 1Row 21 Kevin Richards, Derek Sylvia, Edmund Ray, Dale Burgo. David Conceicao.
atthew Ramos, Danny Fernandes, Matthew Gravel.
ow l CL-Rl: joshua Galitsky, Wade Perry, Richard Por-
r, john Reul, Timothy Arruda, john Stover fRow 27
xul Foucart, Marci Hahn, Dina Ward, Nancy Machado,
sa Botelho, Michelle Langlois, Matt Merolla CROW 53
iane Girouard, Howard Paine, Tom Washburn, jay
erman, Lois Simpkin
N.B.H.S. offers many activities associated
with communications. Through membership
in WIMC - TV, Crimson Courier, or Alpha,
students have been able to display their tal-
ents in the weekly television show, School
Scang in the school's newspaper, the Crim-
son Courierg and in the school's annual liter-
ary magazine, Alpha. All the students in-
volved have entertained others through their
work by sharing their talents and creativity.
The students involved with the com-
munication activities demonstrate the di-
versity of organizations offered at N.B.H,S.
Throughout the year their goal of striving for
perfection and knowledge is accomplished
through their hard work for these three orga-
Row 1 CL-RJ: Melissa Souza, Margie Zable, Maria Ger-
mano, Rachel Besen CROW 23: Nicole Rapoza, jennifer
Constantine, Michael Wilcox, Debra Amaral, Mr, Pecci-
Main Office, TV, and Nurses' Aides
benefit various parts of the school by
working with students and faculty.
Main Office Aides greet visitors and also
meet and assist students and all the faculty.
TV Aides receive hands on experience
working with expensive equipment. They
learn to work as a team helping fellow
students to record videos and documen-
Nurses' Aides perform many tasks
which will help them to prepare for a life in
medicine. They help in relieving students'
ailments by giving out creams and ice
packs and taking temperatures.
Main Office Aides
Row 1 CL-RD: Sue Arnaral, Chris Seed, Lisa Amaral CRow 23 Alyssa Lynch,
Kathy Kostka, Darlene Bushaw.
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Row l QL-RD: Edmond Ray, Lydell London, David Cc
ceicao, Matthew Ramos CROW 25 Kevin Richar.
Frederick Duguay, John Reul, Danny Fernandes, M
Rowl CL-RJ: Zenobia Amaral, Delia Peixoto, Maria Farias, Helene Brin, Lois Simpkin, Dena Pina CRow 25 Angt
Gross, Charlotta Evora, Martin Ayala, Pam England, joe Nunes, Tracey Smith, Darlene Nobre.
Guidance and Resource Center aides learn
esponsibilities by working with one another.
The guidance aides work with the guidance
Ounselors in locating students and faculty.
'hey also help with paper work and the send-
ing out of messages. By performing these
duties the guidance counselors are able to
spend more time with students.
Resource Center aides work hand in hand with
students helping them locate books and giving
out pink slips for studies. Not only do they help
students but they also assist the staff members by
organizing books and running off papers.
ROW llL-RJ: Kimjacobsen, Nancy Mace-
do, lRow 23: Paula Ferreira, Laurinda Sila
va, Fred Duguay.
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.ow 1 CL-RD: Mark Oliveira, joseph Darris, Elizabeth Fernandes,
.ow 2: Daniel Marcotte, Shelly Harrison, Meya Gunderway.
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'OP CI.-RJ: Michelle Roda, Lucy Rocha, Paula Mis.
iOT'TOM CL-RJ: Grace Marquinhos, Margie Zable, Lisa
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Below CL-RJ Row Izllda De Oliveira, Secilia Santos, Alda
Gonsalves, Irene Leal, Yael Jacquel. fRow 2:3 Karen
Pancheco, Maria Vaz, Amy Quail, Louis Pereira, Teresa
Medeiros, Irene Bettencourt, Anabela Homem, Tim
Correira, Billy Meunier.
OFFICE AIDES PREVENT
CHAOS IN SCHOOL
House Office Aides are a valuable necessi-
ty to the school. They relieve the office secre-
tary of being swamped with non-essential
clerical work. The office aides take an active
part in various school duties. They help in
filing, in typing reports, in answering
phones, and in delivering messages through-
out the school. The students also have the
responsibilites of working on bulletins and
answering questions for the students and the
Dean's Aides not only locate faculty and
students but work behind the scenes in de-
livering messages, covering the tables during
the Christmas Bazaar, and doing the clerical
work of signing students in during photo ses-
Gold Office Aides
Row 1 CL-RJ: Iva Chereta, Yvonne Espada, Tina
Beaulieu CRow 23: Darin Souza, Marilyn Howcroft,
Laura Duarte, Tom Duval, Helen Cruz, Ana Chereta,
Isabel Barros, Lucy Lopes.
Green Office Aides
Row 1 CL-RD: Lucy Sousa, Maria Lopes, Patty McCoy, Elizabeth Fernandes CRow 25: Debbie Medeiros, Mari
Marques, Anasia Pereira, Pamela Martin, Goretti Sousa, Athena Xiarhos, Nicole Fernandes CRow 35: Sue Pachecc
Sharon Saltzman, Nicole Martin, Ana Rua, Andrea Mendes, Leisha Almeida.
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Row 1 CL-RD: Valerie Gomes, April Brirro
CROW 23 Michelle Roda, Cheryl Cruz
Karen Pinto, Roxanne jones CROW 55
Steven Correia, Lisa Borelho, Shawn
A Proud Tradition .
Deb, Zef, and Lynn accept the plaque designating the NBHS unit as The 1984-85 Battalion Staffincludes CL-RD Cheryle Barboza, 2nd
champions ofthe New England Regional for accumulating the most meet Monica Leandre, Lt. Col.g Elizabeth Cruz, 2nd Lt.g Rachel
CRightD Sarge gives tips for picking up important meet vw I
points to Wendy Jo and Monica. CBelowj Deb takes . . . COLOR GUARD . .
down notes of any discrepancies during the Field CL-Rl CPL. joaquim DeOliveira, SSGT, Scott Pemberton, SGT. Graciano Medeiro
Inspection- PVT. Robert Johnson.
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' CLeftD: The units prepare for
' the upcoming inspection.
KL-RJ First Row: Pamela Cruz, Verna Drayton, Lisa Burris, Barbara Correia, Kirsten McGarvey, Maurico Andrade, George Pereira, Shawn Sameiro, Elba
Feliciano, Roxanne Blake, Lisa Nichols, Eugenia Gomes, Lori Gebo, Shannon Andrade 12nd Rowzl Christene Germano, Debbie Larracuente, Amaro Lopes.
jocelina Andrade, Laurie Fonseca, Naomi Senna, Maricza Allende, Luisa Figueroa, Tammy Scully, Sherry Lizotte, Derek Fortes, Troy Avila, Maria Figueroa l 5rd
Rowzb Susan Sylvia, Linda Eaton, Kathleen Fernandes, Nyree Ortiz, Nancy DeMelo. joy Nichols, lvone Nogueria, Ana Montanez. Karen Harding, Duane
Kershaw, Erin lacoponi, Samatha Merolla, Grace Castro, Doris Oliver Mrh Rowzl Wilfred Pierce, Robin Pierce, Rosemary DeMendonca, julio Tavares.
Benjamin Amaro, David Suarez. Carlos Perreira, Jenifer Caron, Robin McClurg, Wendy Ponts, Melannie Paulo, Dianna Ruiz, Camille Anderson, Darness
Pimental, Scott Brunelle, Nelia Amaro, Lawanda Ribeiro
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Row I CL-RD: Cheri Anderson, Barbara Correiajocelina Andrade CROW 25 Eugenia Gomes, Karen
Ruth Ortiz, Melannie Paulo, Laurie Fonseca, Emilia Pinhancos CROW SJ Veronica Gonsalves,
Gomes Roxanne Blake Verna Drayton Erin Iacoponi
Row I CI..-RD: Ruth Ortiz CRoW 25 Margarita Gonzalez, Grace Cas
tro, Deolinda Varela, Robin McClurg CROW 35 Darnessa Pimental
Lisa Burris, Loretta Paulo
CTop and Middlejz Drill Team competes With rifles in the
indoor competition, and again wins first place! CBottomj: A
second unit competes in the marching and maneuvering
division, picking up valuable meet points.
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RIFLE DRILL TEAM
Row l CL-RD: Sgt. Benjamin Amaro, 2nd Lt.
Mauricio Andrade, Pvt. Derek Fortes, Pvt
Duane Kershaw, Sgt. john Arruda, Pvt.
Amafo I-OPCS CROW 29 MSgt. Emanuel Fer-
Hafldes, MSgt. juan Rivera, Sgt. josue
CLeftj: The drill team is at parade
rest prior to the start of the
its routine with precision.
Row 1 CL-RJ: Sgt. Mark Agrelo, Pvt. john
Young CROW 25 Cp. joaquim DeOliveira, Sgt.
Petra Leandre, SSgt. Karen Vieira, Sgt. Gra-
ciano Medeiros, Sgt. Eugenia Gomes, 2nd Lt.
George Pereira, Sgt. John Arruda CROW 37
Sgt. Scott Pemberton, Sgt. Benjamin Amaro,
SFC Roxanne Blake, SGM Collins, MSgt.
Emanuel Fernandes, Pvt. Pamela England,
2nd Lt. Mauricio Andrade.
THE DRAMA CLUB - A CRE TI
The Drama Club prides itself for
being one of the largest and most cre-
ative clubs in the school. During the
year, the Drama Club presents two pro-
ductions - the first, usually a drama or
comedy, and the other, a musical. Most
of the year is spent rehearsing, building
sets, and checking lighting, costumes,
and make-up to be sure that the produc-
tion is a success.
At the end of the year, members
spend a weekend in New York City.
This trip gives them an opportunity to
experience professional theatrical per-
formances and to apply this knowledge
to future productions.
L-R CROW 15 Heather Nelson, V.P. Paul Foucart,
Anthony Medeiros, Sec. Susan Pires, Kathleen
Brennan, Shari Houtman, Angela Flood, Erin
Demers, Jeff Ventura, Heather Machado, Lisa
Grimes, Becky Schweighardt, Christine Violette,
Chris Richmond, CROW 25 Donna Doyan, Diane De
Sousa, Amy Ferreira, George Telheiro, John joia,
Angela Paquin, Alyssa Lynch, Robert Long, Erin Silv
Michelle Cardoso, Traci Sheehan, Valerie Amorin,
Kenneth Tavares, Scott Brunelle, CROW 33 Robert
Shoerrock, Louie Luiz, Steven Francis, George
Medeiros,john Mallen, Marc LeBlanc, Dean
Lawrence, Kelly Taylor, jose Andrade, Gina
Rodriques, Victor de Silva, Cheryl lamb, Laurie
Amaral, Scott Wazlowski, CROW 43 Peter Ashworth,
Chris Reed, Cathy Ricardo, Bethany Ras, Robin
Wilcok, Ellen OlReilly, Bobby jean Silvia, jennifer
jordan, Lynda Dauphin, Deidre Hickok, Tammi
Cunha, Nicole Rapoza, Vicky Maissonave, Carol
Caimioni, CROW Sb Kris Anderly, Maria Jardin, Celiz
Cajondo, Amy Calan, Michelle Lapalme, Kathryn
Roche, Kim Silva, Victor Silveira, Lynne Sylvia,
Sherri Carola, Melissa Souza, jennifer Constantine,
Sue Rasmussen, Tim Oliveira, 2nd V.P. Eric Hubert,
CROW 63 Antoinette Gomes, Karen Almeida, Donna
Desorcy, Tracey Stuart, Shara Crook, Kelly Pimentel
Frank Andrade, Mark Nolin, Daniel Weaver, Patti
McCoy, Helena Carreiro, Tina Rouxinol, Colleen
Lizotte,jennifer Goodwin, Melissa Maciel, CROW 7J
Lisa Guibeault, Christine Heroux, Christine Marinho,
Lisa Nowell, Robert Meunier, Karen Lynch, Corrine
Paquin, Curt Nelson, jeff Barrows, Standing CL-RJ:
Mr. Marchand and Mr. Charbonneau.
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In this delightful comedy calledf'The Man Who Came
to Dinnerf' Paul Foucart played Sheridan Whiteside, the
old, pompous, wealthy gentleman who, after falling on the
footsteps of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, extended
his visit for three weeks. During his stay he managed to
manipulate the lives of all those around him, including Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley, played by Mark Nolin and Cheryl Lamb,
Dr. Bradley, played by Victor Silveira, and Maggie Cutler,
his secretary, played by Alyssa Lynch, Comic relief was
provided by Banjo, a friend of Whiteside's, played by
Marc LeBlanc, Miss Preen, his nurse, played by Susan
Pires, Lorraine Sheldon, an extravagant seductress,
played by Deidre Hickok, and Beverly Carlton,
played by Eric Hubert.
As the play unfolds, we discover Whiteside's schemes
and learn that this worldly gentleman is actually quite
comfortable in this quiet, Midwestern town. In the end,
Whiteside is forced to admit his selfish acts and leave, only
to fall again on the footsteps and have to return once again
to the comforts of the Stanley home!
CL-RD: Michael Sousa, Linda Eugenio
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Top CL-RJ: Louie Luiz, Kendra Medeiros, Shelley Buba, Wendy Ponte, Kathy Nelson, Louise Vieirz
Shauneen Peckham, Andrew Garrett, Chris Heleen, Lisa Gonzaga, Andrew Sylvia, Casey Ferreira, Scot
Ventura, Fernando Silva, Rose Garcia, Tammy Catin, Sheryle Vandal, Maria Soares CBottomJ: Raeann
Steliga, Anne Rezendez, Lisa Reney, Lenny Santos, Danny Gonzales, Michael Vargo, Robert Shorrocl-
Tony Cabeca, jim Bettencourt, Keith jeronymo, Bob Couto, Michael Moreau, Robert Katz, Mar
Moreau, Susan Richard, Lori Machedo,
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Top CL-Rb: Kelli Simmons, Jodi Oliveira, Fatima de Frago, Sandy Barboza, Paul DiBenedetto, Kell
McKay, Scott Hardy, Todd Baptista, Kris Valencia, George Medeiros, Eric Levasseur, Chris Reed. Joh:
Correia, Bridgetjeronymo, Carrie Sylvia. fBottomD: Donna Tavares, Mark DeLima, Sue Vandal, Nikk
Levasseur, Sharon Saltzman, Kristen Bertrand, julie Casey, Michelle LeBlanc, Isabel de Almedia, Am
Carreiro, Tammy Scully, Karyn Souza.
Top CL-RJ: Lisa Gordon, Chris Lopes, Scott Marchessault, Marc Moniz, Kevin Ferreira, Kevin Roderique
Maureen Medeiros, Shaun Nelson, Steve Lauzon, jim Bizarro,jerry Rego,jason Hebert, Tammy Soare
CBottomj: jennifer Barton, Chris Plourde, Karen Fennessy, Tracy Coleman.
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Perfection at Its Bes
The Whaler Marching Band has become
synonymous with the word PERFECTION!
One of the few state bands to be invited to
two Cotton Bowls, the only state band to win
the New England Championship title for
three years and the winner of numerous titles,
the New Bedford High Band has been
selected to represent the state in Washington,
D.C. at the inaugurational parade.
Perfection does not come easily. The mem-
bers started practicing in August for their first
competition at Blackstone Millville. They
were rewarded with first place. They excelled
wherever they went and continued to sweep
the judges off their feet.
At their competition in Hull, they reached
a touch of perfection by winning a GOLD
medal. This was the first gold medal ever
awarded in Class IV. This led to the State
Championship and then the coverted New
England Class A Championship.
Through the efforts of many talented stu-
dents and fine leadership and long hours put
in by their director Mr. Don Vasconcelles and
his associates and supporters, the Whaler
Marching Band is where it belongs - on top!
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Kneeling CL-RD: Lisa Lavado, Myra Sayar, Tracy Stuart, Leisha Almeida, Melissa Souza, Lisa Metcalf, Lisa I-lumason, Julie Correia, Tara Spirlet, Christine
Machado, Sue Amaral, Suzanne DeCruz. CStandingD Melissa Barton, Nicole Souza, Rosa Quintal, Sandra Flor, Joanne Hebert, Doreen DeSouza, Christine
Perry, Amy Ferreira, Michelle Canastra, Diana DeSouza, RoseMary Tsaliagos, Elizabeth Lavadinho, Kim Almeida, Tammy Cunha, Maria Alves.
More Than Waving a lag .
The flag unit of the Whaler Marching
Band is the icing on the cake. Although
they are generally in the background as
the band plays, it is their movement of
brilliant colors that catches your eye.
Their precision is extremely important
since every move can be detected. They
deserve a great deal of praise.
CTopj: The unit forms an honor guard as the Flag of Excellence is presented tohthe
public for the first time. CLeft and bottomb The members of the unit show the intricate
moves of their award-winning routines.
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The NBHS Majorettes have grown into a
lit of girls who do a little bit of everything.
uring the fall, they participate with the band
competitions and in football half-time
.oWs. During the winter they spice up the
tlf-times at basketball garnes. In addition to
is and rallies, the girls also compete as an
dividual unit and hold their own competi-
Jns. All in all, they put in a busy year!
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CLeftD: Sue, Kim, and
Rhonda go through their
band routine during the
half-time show. CBelowD:
The girls high-step and
twirl during the
Thanksgiving night rally.
Kneeling CL-RJ: Sue Pacheco, Kim Jacobsen, Lisa Cor-
reia, Kathy Koska CStandingJ Lisa Francis, Kim Souza
Annette Bristow, Sherri Anuszczyk, Terry Debrosse
Michelle Cabral, Rhonda Swire.
"Waiting for the Whalers."
FALL: Top KL-RH: Bonnie Gorman, Lynn Perron fMiddleb: Bridget Barnes, Robyn Wildric
CBOttomD: Cheryl Perry, Michelle Seguin, Sherri Robertson, Kelly Gomes, Linda Aguiar, Laur
Rousseau CFrontJ: Dani Seguin.
This year's fall and winter squads worked with precision. CBottom rightj:
long and hard hours, but they were filled with Sherry puts power in her cheer.
enthusiasm and SPIRIT! From the competi- CBottom leftjz Danielle smiles
tion field to the gym floor, they excelled. CBe- at the crowdys response. CBot-
lowjz Kelly yells support for the team. CBot- tom far leftbz Lynn and Linda
tom far righth: Bridget follows the routine practice their lifts for the
WINTER: Top CL-RJ: Lynn Perron, Bonnie Gorman CMiddleH: Lauri
Rousseau, Cheryl Perry, ,Ioanne Hebert lBottomb: Dani Seguin, Roby
Wildrick, Linda Aguiar, Stacey Smith, Maria Da Cunha fFrontD: Kel
Gomes CNot pictured, Linda Eugenioj
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This yearls Christmas Concert was a phe-
nomenal success with more than 150 students
participating. With the accompaniment of the
NBHS band, the school orchestra, guitar
classes and singing of all the choruses, the
event was very praiseworthy. Mr. Don Vas-
concelles deserves praise as conductor ofthe
NBHS Band. Mr. Russell Campoli also did an
excellent job conducting his fine group of
instrumentalists. Together they made beauti-
Ms Kirby directs the Chorus ensemble MF- CamP0li leads the SUif3-fiSf5-
T.B.B. Row l CI.-RD:
Victor Silveira, Ryan
Tavares, Audrey Sylvia,
Rob Katz, Bob Long,
fRow 25 Roger Duarte,
Tom Carreiro, Jose
Varela, Eric Hubert,
Steve Correia, Kenny
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23 Marc LeBlanc, jeff Barrows, Rob Andrade, Amy Kummer, Kevin E, Young, Kenny Tavares,
Concert Chorale is one C
the school's most active choru
groups. These young men ani
women ranging from a deep
sounding bass to a mezzo
soprano have received a lot c
attention this year. They wer
busy for the entire month c
December performing in an-
out of school for many func
tions such as the Christma
opening of the Rotch House ti
performing for the New Bed
ford Society for Retired Peo
Show Choir relaxes between singing and
dancing practices. CFront7 Alyssa Lynch CROW
lj Lynne-Marie Sylvia, Lisa Cardoso, Nikki
Raposa, Eric Hubert, Michelle Ramos,
Michelle LaPalme, Amy Calnen CROW 25
Melissa Araujo, john Araujo, jose Varela,
CFar rightjz Richard Walker is accompanied by Ms. Kirby.
CR1ghtD: Nikki Raposa double checks her tonality.
Deirdre, Heidi, Chris and Lisa try to hit those high notes for
S.S.A. Row l CL-RD: Judy Silva, Lynne-Marie Sylvia,
Michelle Pelletier, Lori-Ann Dias, Jeannette Charron,
Daniela Dossantos, Michelle Oliver, Deirdre Hickok
CRow 25 Mariana Dossantos, Doreen DeSousa, Ber-
nadette Brocklehurst, Pamela Medeiros, Emilia Pinhan-
cos, Naomi Senna, Corinne Paquin, Valerie Amorin,
Kelly Leal QROW 33 Lisa Nichols, Robin Santiago, Shari
Houtman, Kathy Roche, Cheryl Lamb, Victoria Ferreira,
Kelly Grovell, Sue Pires, Melissa Maciel.
Select S.S.A. Row l KL-RD: Alyssa
Lynch, Valerie Amorin, joleen Frois,
Nikki Raposa CRow 29 Pamela Lewis,
April Morrison, Sue Pires, Karen
Clark, Angela Paquin, Lisa Cardoso,
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America seems caught up in a never ent
ing wave of cheer. Inflation is low. En
ployment is up. The country is at peace. I
fact, 1984 was quite different from th
nightmare that George Orwell imaginec
The Presidential election was the year
inescapable story. The top three Demc
cratic candidates, Walter Mondale, Gar
Hart, andjohn Glenn, battled it out for th
nomination. Walter Mondale was chose
as the nominee and he in turn made h
historic choice for his running mat:
Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on
major-party ticket. Nevertheless, Ronal
Reagan still proved to be as popular 1
ever, winning 58 percent of the vote an
However all was not as cheerful in othc
parts of the world. Who could feel goo
about seeing the infant faces of starvatio
in Ethiopia? Or the 21 bodies at a McDo1
ald's in California? Or the hundreds c
victims of a toxic gas leak cloud in Indie
The Middle East was still a place of unrel
as Iran and Iraq entered the fifth year c
their war, while the assassination of Indii
Ghandi shocked the world.
On the entertainment side, Princ
dominated the movie screens and airwavf
with his musical movie "Purple Rainn, an
Eddie Murphy established himself as on
of the leading comedians of our time in h
memorable comedy "Beverly Hills Cop
But who could forget those three craz
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guys running around catching ghosts?
'Ghostbustersl' was another box-office hit
ind its symbol popped up on everything in
Throughout the summer, the Olympics
ield everyonels attention. A muscular pix-
e named Mary Lou Retton flew to aston-
shing heights, Greg Lauganis turned in
:ne perfect dive after another,joan Benoit
riumphed as the winner of the first
vomen's marathon, and Carl Lewis was
:verybody's hero. However the games
vere not without disappointment. Mary
Decker, the favorite for the 3,000 meter
gold, tripped over Britain's Zola Budd and
orfeited a lifetime's dream.
It was also a year that the name Doug
ilutie became synonymous with college
ootball heroics. This record-setting, Heis-
nan Trophy winner's "Hail Mary" passes
n the game against UMIAMI will long be
Other highlights included the first free
light in space by space shuttle crewman
Bruce McCandlelessg a replacement of a
xuman heart, first with a machine and then
vith a baboon's heart, nude photos of
Janessa Williams costing her the Miss
Kmerica title, and finally the passing ofthe
tontroversial student search ruling. All in
ill, this year has been a joyous one. And no
me could be happier than the graduating
:lass of 1985!
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In Memory of
Edward F. Burke
TO LAUGH OFTEN AND MUCH, TO WIN THE RESPECT OF INTELLIGENT PEOPLE
AND THE AFFECTION OF CHILDREN, TO APPRECIATE BEAUTY, TO FIND THE
BEST IN OTHERS, TO LEAVE THE WORLD A LITTLE BETTER, WHETHER BY A
HEALTHY CHILD, A GARDEN PATCH OR A REDEEMED SOCIAL CONDITION, TO
KNOW EVEN ONE LIFE HAS BREATHED EASIER BECAUSE YOU LIVED.
THIS IS TO HAVE SUCCEEDED.
The staff and students of New Bedford High have lost a true friend. Ed
Burke, a quiet gentle man, was a dedicated educator. His concept of
education for over thirty years involved placing the student first. Ed
continued to believe and practice this even when his final illness would
have forced a lesser man to retire. We shall miss the gifts he gave to us, but
we shall strive for the ideals he set for us.
CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
Mayor Brian J. Lawler
Mrs. Margery Dottin
Atty. Thomas R. Hunt
Mr. joaquim Nobrega
Mr. Carlos Pacheco
Mr. james Sullivan
Dr. Paul Walsh
Mr. C. Nanopoulos
Supt. of Schools
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Mr. Raymond Bisaillon, Art
Mr. William Chapman, Guidance and Pupil Personnel
Mr. Arie Cote, Computer Services
Mrs. Clara Crosson, Occupational Education
Mrs Frances Heimberg Music Education
Mf.'RiChafd Ponte, Phyls. Ed., Health and Athletics
Mr. Roger Robitaille, I.M.C.
"Give the world the best you have
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Tan in a place in the sun!"
Mr. Michael Longo
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"A little bit of heavenly Blue!"
Ms. Beverly Bizzarro
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Mr. F. Cole
Mr. j. Farrell Col. J. Napoli
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The Class of '85 welcomed an old friend to
a new position this school year. The newest
member ofthe administrative staff of NBI-IS,
Mr. Henry Saltzman, was appointed house-
master ofthe Green House afteriMr. Charles
Luchetri retired at the end of the 1983-1984
Mr. Saltzman was himself a graduate of
NBHS,pand after college, he returned to
teach math at our school for 21 years. He
enjoyed his years in the classroom and as
advisor to the "Beanie Boys," a most spirited
groupg but he was anxious for the challenge of
Mr.ySaltzrnan is proud of New Bedford
High Schoolls national recognition and feels
that the key to a great school is the student
body, He feels NBHS has the best student
body of any high school, large of srnallg He
adds that the Green House is the best house
in terms of pride and school spirityia state-
ment which causes great debate fromstu-
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LITTLE MISS DYNAMITE . . .
Packed into a deceivingly small frame is a
megaton of energy in the person of Mrs. Rho-
da Purcell, one of our senior class advisors.
This young woman wears many hats! In addi-
tion to teaching and being senior class advi-
sor, she is also the advisor to the Minority
Awareness Club. The sellout talent shows at
NBHS have been through her dynamic
efforts. She has managed to create a club
which has brought itself great honor and
which has made many contributions to
Mrs. Purcell gives a great deal of her extra
time to her students in and out of school. She
has helped numerous students with college
applications, interviews, jobs, and the most
important item, a development of a positive
Without a doubt, her most important role
is being a mother to two daughters: jamie, 7,
who firmly believes she has all the answers to
the world, and Kimberly, 4, who is sure she
has all the questions!
When asked about the national recognition
received by NBI-IS, Mrs. Purcell was quick to
say that she felt the dedication of the faculty
and the enthusiasm of the student body were
the deciding factors in our winning the award.
She hopes these traits will continue into the
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Our class advisor, Mr, joseph Oliver, left New
Bedford High School at the end of our junior year
to become vice-principal at Normandin junior
High School. Although Mr. Oliver left the build-
ing, he continued to be a part of the school and of
the senior class.
Mr. Qliver was a New Bedford High School
graduate and taught for 10 years in the Math De-
partment. He was reluctant to leave New Bedford
High because of the students but remained in-
volved in the school by attending many school acti-
vities and by remaining the senior class advisor.
Mr. Oliver found the Class of '85 to be full of
enthusiasm and school pride. He agreed that NBH
is agreat school and he is glad that he was part ofthe
school when NBH was awarded national honors. In
addition to this, Mr. Oliver offered some good
advice to the senior class. He hopes that every
senior will set agoal and work hard to accomplish it.
Although Mr. Oliver enjoys his work, he misses
the classroom and someday hopes to return home
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BEHIND THE SCENES . . .
Helping N .B.H.S. win national recognition were a
group of people usually found behind the scenes. The
senior class wants to thank the cafeteria staff, the
custodial staff, the secretarial staff and the mainte-
nance staff. These groups play an important part in the
running of the high school and make up the NBHS
family with the students and staff. Sometimes we
forget the roles they play in the everyday happenings
of the school, and therefore, the Class of '85 takes this
chance to salute each and every one of them for this
contribution to our Flag of Excellence.
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Helping our students become the best they can
be are the staff of the tutorial programs. N BHS
offers tutoring services to students in need of aca
demic help in all subject areas. The Upward Bound
Program, a federally funded program in conjunc
tion with SMU, offers tutoring in college
preparatory courses to low-income students plan-
ning to continue their education beyond high
school. Mr. john Sykes, the academic coordinator,
and Mr. Robert Fortes, the counselor, also provide
financial aid assistance for college and SAT prepa-
ration, as well as personal counseling. About 60
students each year are helped through the Upward
BoundProgram. It is evident that the main purpose
of the program is its dedication to the academic
achievement of its students.
A ,In addition, the NBHS Tutorial Program, spon-
sored bythe Student Advisory Committee, en-
courages ,students to achieve academic success.
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excellence a goal for all students. ,
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"I hate corridor duty on Sundays!"
"This is carrying the open classroom idea a little too far
"l told you I wouldn't retire until I was 85l"
"This is the last time I'm telling you - two Cs and one "These matchbox cars are killers to work on!'l
A'The 'T-ayes' have itl"
"Okay, Ms. Dean, look closely. XX'ho stole Mr. Calnan's lrish record?" "And the Pied Piper led the children away . . . "
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iod bless the Class of '85. - Suzanne Almeida- Best Wishes to the Class of 1985. - Mrs. B. Blue BSSF wishes f0fi1 h2iPPYf1f1d SuCC6SSfu1 fl-HUYCA 'MYS-
Shepard House Janice Cohen
Uishes for health, happiness 8: success. - Barhara Joanne Bennett Best Wishes to the Class of 1985. - Frederick Cole
Alpsff Much I-la piness and Success. - W'illiam Bettencourt Wlalfefi CYUFMH- Kelli 54 Cllfel' COUWHN
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tal' Allg3g1Ii?J'C?!gE,ED12ggVE ani K' Enloli Best XY'i5he5 to the Class of '85, - George 55 Dogma NGO for it Class of85". - Mr, 81 Mrs. Donald L. Costa
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hs' Dorothy Amaml Judv Bolton est is es ass o 5, r. J. o-sta,
B S H J I, t A al ' Congratulations and Good Luck Class of '87 W Mar-
Oa one ' - U 'C mar' God Bless. - Mrs. ,Ieanne Bonneau icrie COSIH
Iongratulations - Best W'ishes. - Mrs. S. Amaral Best Wishes! - Mr, John SA Bomwicz Mrs Eleanor Cmvcim
lffhuf F- Anderson' Robert J. Braz. Best oflluck. -john T. Curry i
Lichard SA Anderson' Gogd luck, Class of 19854 - Mr' Bmadmcadow BestWishes to theClassof 85. -Mr. 84 Mrs. Dabraca
lest wishes to the Class of 1985. - Liza Andrade Marvelous Greetings! M MIP- Burchell Doroths' Dean Q V- 1
,est wishes- - Paul Anthony Best Xwishesr v G. Cabml Beghgkrgillil to the Class ot 85. - Mr. 354 Mrs. De-
Fuffm Sums A Ld UM Ds '35, - Mf- Amcfifo Best Ofiufk Us the cuss was -J W Qaimm G E-I M D. 1
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Best Wishes cms Ot. ,Xi Y Mr' Armstrong X Mrs Best Wishes to the Class ot 85. - Russel D. Campoli -'Best Of Lucky - Mr. N Mrs Ralph Dlouhy
M6110 Cesar M. Cardoso Mr' Ronaldj DOW
3005 lufk I9 the C1355 of 85- ' Themsc Auslsffs Mr' 31 Mrs' Jay M' Carolus Best of Luck to the Class of l85 84 Be Happy. - D.
BEST WISHESQ - Mrs T- Audetw May youfollow your tradition of excellence throughout Dulw
good luck I0 the C1355 of HSS? - LC Ayotte your 'MCA - Misa Mr5',R1CharLl Canjelm Congratulations Class of 85. -,loan C. Dudula
EOOD LUCK. W Fran 84 Ray Barbcm Bestsffishesv to the Class of 85. - D. Caton Best of Lutkl - Bill Esimcy
Best Wishesl - Ron Barboza 81 Family Ewa ,fi LES- - Mfa Cl I Mr. and Mrs. ,lohn D. Fernandes
Best ofLuck is tilt Class of ,ss - Mis. isimff est ll WS' W Mft' Umholm BEST WISHES TO ALL THE SENIORS.
Carol A. Clermont
Best wishes to the senior class! - T, Ferreira
Greetings and Good Luck to students and staff. -- Mr.
Good Luck to the Class of '85. - Mrs. D. Foley
Best Wishes! - Beth Forgue
Good Luck Seniors. - Mrs. Foucart
Best of luck to the Class of 85. - Robert Fournier
Best of Luck. - Mr. 8: Mrs. S. Fraga
Best of Luck. - A Friend
Good Luck Class of '85. - Mr. M. Galipeau
Good Luck to the Class of '85. - Mr. 8: Mrs. Galuska
Best of luck - Class of 85. - "Yours in Fitnessn Mr.
Congratulations Sc Best Wishes. - Mr. joseph Gill
Best Wishes. - Mr. 8: Mrs. john Gomes
Have a bright future. - Michael D. Gomes
Best Wishes. - Carolyn and George Goodfellow
Best Wishes to the Class of 85. - W. Gouveia
Best of Luck. -- David Greene
Luck, Success 8a Happiness. - Mrs. Gutierrez
Bona Fortuna - Bonne Chance. - Mr. Paul Guy
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. Hamlet, Drew Sz Beth
Good luck to the Class '85. - Mr. Hartley
To the future. - C.F. Hassey
To the best class ever - 85 - . - Mr. Physics
Best Wishes! - Constance M. Hindle
Best Wishes. -- Michael B. Hochman
Best of Luck Class of 'L85". - Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph
Best Wishes. - Mrsjohnston
Best of Luck. - james J. Kelly
May you always have a song in your heart! - V, Kirby
Nazdrowie! - Sandra Kumor
Best Wishes. - Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert F. Lagasse
"Smile" your way to success! - R. Lanouette
Cynthia A. Leal
Congratulations. - Nurses Office: Mrs. LeBlanc 84
Best of luck to the Class of l85. - Mr. Ron Leblanc
Mr. 81 Mrs. Roger L. Levesque
Good Luck 'l85". - Bruce Lima
Good Luck "85". - Mr. 8: Mrs. Sal Lombardo
Best Wishes. - M.E. Longo
Best Wishes. - Miss Longpre
Seated CL-RJ: Mrs. M. jacintho, Ms. E.
Borges, Mrs. B. McCoy, Mrs. B. Costa,
Mrs. M. Walsh CStandingD: Mrs. J. Reul
Mrs. C. Silvia, Mrs. I. Reis, Mr. M.W
Robinson, Mrs. W. Kumor, Mrs. J
Anuszczyk, Mrs. L. Martin.
Good Luck! - B. Mannion
Armand R. Marchand
Good luck Seniors! - Ms. Marland
Best of Luck in the Future. - R.N. Martin
Eugene F. McCarthy
Good Luck. - D. Medeiros
Good Luck. - Grace 8: Ed Medeiros
Good Luck to the Class of 1985. - Gil 8: Irene
Best Wishes. -jim 8: Diane Medeiros
Good luck. - R.W. Medeiros
Best Wishes - May all your desires come true. -
Good Luck. - R. Mellen
Best Wishes. - Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles F. Messier
"It matters not where you walk - so long as you get
somewhere!" - R. Methia
Best Wishes. - Mr. Millette
It was worth it!! - Miss Milligan
Mrs. J. Montle
Best Wishes to the Class of '85. -- Ms. M.V. Morris
Good Luck to the Class of '85. - R.F. Morrison
Where you stand depends on where you stand! - Mr.
BE ALL YOU CAN BE. - Col. J.F. Napoli
Richard W. Nerbonne, Chairman Business Education
Good Luck. - George Newman
Success and Joy to Class of l85. - Ronald Sc Anne
Good luck to the Class of 85. - Antonio Oliveira
Good Luck. - CThe Book Storej john H. Pacheco
Good Luck. - Richard Pacheco CArtD
Good Luck! -joan M. Park
Mr. 8: Mrs. David Pepin and Family
"Il Faut Cultiver Notre Jardin" - Miss Persson
Mr 8: Mrs Hans E. Picard
The best of everything to the Class of'85. -- Mrs. Pike
Good luck to the Class of '85. - Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard
Good Luck to all, but especially to my crew from 3-
507. - Mr. Pliskin
Best Wishes. - R. Purcell
Congratulations Class of '85. - Pauline Rainville
Michael L. Ras
Best of Luck to the Class of '85. - Irene N. Reis
Onward 8: Upward with best wishes to Class of'85. -
Best of luck to the ffl Class of 1985. -june Robert
Congratulations and best wishes for success and happi
ness. - Helen Rogers
Best Wishes. - Mr. 8a Mrs. ,Iohn Rolli
Good Luck Class of 85. - Mrs. Romano
I wish you the best. - A. Roscow
To Gold House Senior Aides: Congratulations 81 Gooi
Luck. - Mrs. C. Rose
Best Wishes Class of 85. - Mrs. Patricia Rutkowitz
Laurie 8: Aaron Santos
Best wishes to the Class of l85. - William Savage
To a bright future! - julie Seguin
Virginia K. Sherbino
Best Wishes to all of you. - Aileen Siegel
Mr. 8a Mrs. Roger Silva
Good Luck Class of l985. - Anna J. Sowa
Congratulations to the Class of"85". - Mr. St. Pierri
Best Wishes Class of '85. - Mr. 8z Mrs. john Stritt
Congratulations. - Mrs. Strupczewski
Best of luck to the Class N857 -- A friend always, -
Mr. D. Tavares
Happiness. - Edmund M. Tavares
Best of Luck to you. - Mr. T.
Success and Best Wishes. - Theresa Travers
Congratulations Class of "85". - Mr. 8: Mrs. Charle
Good Luck to the Class of 85 from the Best Marchin,
Band Alive. - Mr. V.
Matthew, Eric, Amy Vaz
Best Wishes. - Neal F. Wall
Mr 8: Mrs. Philip Walski
Congratulations Class of 85. - Mr. 8: Mrs. Arthur E
Congratulations. -- john Warren
Good Luck Class of !85. - C.M. Warrington
Congratulations. -J. Williams
Congratulations 81 Success. - Mr. 51 Mrs. Donali
Best of luck. - Mr. W. Winsper
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony S. Zielinski
eated: Mrs. T. Travers lStanding: L-Rb Mrs. E. Craveiro, Mrs. R, Rivard, Mrs, V. Fernandes,
Is. L. Martin.
Mrs. Carol Clermont
CAboveJ GREEN HOUSE: Mrs, Ethel Griffith CAboveJ GOLD HOUSE: Mrs. Catherine Rose
fBg1g3wj TAN HQUSE3 Mm- Sylvia Amaml CBelowJ BLUE HOUSE: Mrs. Claire Bergeron
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Mary L. Perry
Mr. George Wheeler,
Mr. Antone Alfonso
Mr. Robert Almeida
Mr. Joseph Amida
Mr. Gerald Cabral
Mr. Joseph Chabot
Mr. Jo F. Clermont
Mr. Arthur A. Corre
Mr. Fernando Cruz
Mr. John Daniels
Mr. John J. David
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REAL ESTATE - NorARv PUBLIC
2174 ACUSHNET AVE,
TEL' 14 New BEDFORD, MA 02745 46175 995-2538
LUKULOS PIZZA HOUSE
426 MT. PLEASANT STREET
NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
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268 UNION STREET
NEW BEDFORD, MA
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Rosemary S. Tierney Realty
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Ben Rose BMX Racing Team
New Bedford, MA
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Coaches: Norman Silva, Russell Warwick
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P.O. Box L-537
New Bedford, Massachusetts 02745
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840 R. Middle Rd.
Acushnet, MA 02743
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NEW BFDFOKD, NIA 02740
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247 Main Street
Acushnet, MA 02745
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NEW BEDFORD, MA. 02745
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New Bedford, Mass. 02745
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Congratulations to the Class of '85
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1509 Phillips Rd.
New Bedford, MA 02745
17 Mechanics Lane
New Bedford, MA 02740
Best Wishes to the Class of '85
groceries - produce - meat - beer - wine
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CHRISTIAN TIRE 81 AUTO CENTER
Home of The H100 Gallon Club"
413 Ashley Blvd.
ROLAND MANNY New Bedford, MA 02745
OwnerlManager 16173 997-2611
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ACRES OF PARKING NOQUOCHOKE
"THE OFFICIAL CLASS RING
SUPPLIER TO NBI-IS"
JOHN GEURGE FARMS
North Dartmouth. Massachusetts
RICHARD GEORGE .
291 Slocum Road I I Phone:
North Darimouth, MA 02747 ' 617-9.96-2600
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' RENTAL CENTER
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MIA DARTMOUTH ST., NEW BEDFORD MASS.
' VINNY FERNANDES
LIL CREDIT UNION
271 UNION ST., NEW BEDFORD, MA 02740
1832 ACUSHNET AVE., NEW BEDFORD, MA 02745
140 BROADWAY, TAUNTON, MA 02780
209 Union Street . New Bedford, MA 02740
"Stay forever young."
- Bob Dylan
RAYMOND P. CHARPENTIER, Reg. Pharm.
1855 Acushner Ave.
New Bedford, Mass.
Prescriptions Sick Room Supplies
FREE PARKING . . . REAR of STORE
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Watch 8. Jewelry Repair
1849112 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, MA
- MUSIC INSTRUMENTS - REPAIRS
rlilw Symphony clll-uaio Slftop
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94 STATE ROAD NO. DARTMOUTH, MA 02747
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330 I-IATHAWAY ROAD
- NEW BEDFORD TELEPHONE
MASS. 02746 16173 993-2525
NOW IN NEW BEDFORD
Nauset 8: Mt. Pleasant Sts., Tel. 996-3330
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Other conveniently located offices in Taunton, Attleboro,
Attleboro Falls, S. Attleboro, Seekonk, Raynham,
Easton, Fall River, Wareham, Marion, and Carver.
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ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
96 FIOCKDALE AVE,
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MARIA E AIMEIDA NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 02740
VICE PRESIDENT TEL.. 999-1236
RALPH J. DLOUHY, Jr. M tm B I.
CERTIFIED MECHANIC 1 a,,mSlffw 5:1 le'
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111 .IEKINS STREET
New BEDFORD MA 02740
'demon Street. New Bedford, MA 02740
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L ISI 7I 993-3223
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GUARANTEED USED CARS
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
574 DARTMOUTH ST.
SO. DARTMOUTH, MA. 02748 IACROSS FROM MCDONALDSI
WORLD WIDE THA VEL ARRANGEMENTS
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INTERIEIR AND EXTI-:RIIZIR
Tel. 16171 997-9428
Portuguese pastry and cakes for weddings,
baptisms and anniversaries.
411 Bolton St. New Bedford, Mass. 02740
422 Brock Ave. 291 Ashley Blvd.
New Bedford, MA. 02744 New Bedford, MA 02746
C6177 994-8824 16171 997'O905
SID WELL 'S VARIETY
Your Neighborhood Variety Store
SUSAN And RICHARD SIDWELL 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Owners 7 Days A Week
Congratulations 8: Best Wishes to the
Class of '85
Mr. 85 Mrs. Raymond J. Melancon
505 Middle Rd.
No. Dartmouth Mall
Oren e duliu
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '85
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AUTO PARTS Si MACHINE S1-IDP SERVICE
PHOTOGRAPHY BY NOLAN A NUNES
991 Kempton St., R1a,6,New Bedford. MA 02740
"Make us your
senior portrait photographer."
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '85
HATCH CO.. INC. TELEPHONE
, SINCE 1909 16171 995-5653-54
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140 UNION STREET. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 027-11
MARINE PAINTS oHARDWARE 'INSTRUMENTS
George P. Ponte Insurance Agency, Inc.
Complete Personal and Business Protection
97 Allen Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
TE L.16171 996-6622
Dresses - Forrnals - Foundations
CONGRATULATIONS 8c BEST WISHES
617 ' 999 5647
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128 County St., New Bedford, MA 02744 Pfesidefn Nfl-2 fkdfewf. Ma 02740
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V.F. Rebello, Jr., R. Ph. J.F. Medeiros R. Ph.
133 County S1., New Bedford, Mc. 02744
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GEM IDENTIFICATION APPRAISALS GRADUATE GEMOLOGIST
GOOD LUCK FROM
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WATCH 8. JEWELRY REPAIRING
WATCHES - GIFTS - JFWELRY
TEL. 994-2914 TEL. 548-3516
245 MAIN STREET
641 DARTMOUTH ST.
SO. DARTMOUTH. MASS. 02748
1833 Acushnet Ave.
New Bedford, MA
DISCOUNT s 9 CENTER
1337 Cove Rd.
New Bedford, MA
"FLOR D0 CCEANOH INC.
127 R COUNTY ST.
New BEDFORD, MAO2744
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '85
ANTONIO M. PEREIRA, JR., Pres.
JOSE A. RAPOSO, sec.
- NEW BEDFORD DOWNTOWN MALL -
- FAIRHAVEN, BERDON PLAZA, RTE. 6 -
"Best Wishes to the Class Of '85"
-rein 994.6639 Gloria C0818
Remnants - Wool - Polyester
Cottons - Trims - Bed Spreads
Yarns ' Notions
1604 Acushnet Ave. UPIIOISIQVY
New Bedford, Mass.
Just north of Davis St..
Office: 2l74 ACUSHNET AVE.
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 02745
Wilfred Audette's Driving School
Complete Drivers Education Course
Classrooms at Lund's Comer
For Appointment and Information - or 995-4513
Forget the Rest
Steamed Hot Dogs
958 Ashley Blvd.
FOR WOMEN, MEN and CHILDREN
998-5 1 88
4480 ACUSHNET AVE
IN THE SASSAOUIN PROFESSIONAL PIAZA. NEW BEDFORD
JANICE SURPRENANT Opposite Parkwood Hospital
X New BEDFORD, MASS o 74
PH AR M ACY
Gaslite Gift Shoppe
TEL 995 I-IZI HSPECIALIZING IN UNIQUE GIFTS
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '85
SCHULTZ CIGAR STORE
740 PURCHASE ST.
NEW BEDFORD, MA. 02740
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '85
PAUL R, VERMETTE
LIFE 0 AUTO ' HOMEOWNERS
D 8: D PIZZA
Open: ll AM-11 PM
Sun: 4 PM-ll PM
176B Main St.
MARINE 0 FIDELITY ' SURETY Acushnet
"Best pizza in town!"
TEL-EPHONES 968-970 KENIPTON ST
993 1731 Br 993'l705 NEW BEDFORD MASS 0274-O
4241 ACUSHNET AVE
CLASS OF '85
MOM 8a DAD
Tel. 16177 999-4414
F M CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '85
I " 'Hi 'L" Dr. William B. Muldoon
E ci I ! Dr. William B. Muldoon, jr.
127 W. Rodney Fr. Blvd.
ANTONIO de SOUSA New Bedford, Ma. 02744
University Cap 81 Gown Co.
486 Andover Street
Lawrence, MA 01843
Tel. C6175 686-4566
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249 Ashley Boulevard New Bedford, Ma 52746
THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEFS MESSAGE TO
Now that the yearbook has been completed, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone
who has helped to make this yearbook a success. First, special thanks goes to Ms. Beverly Bizzarro,
without Whose advice and guidance this yearbook would not have been a reality. I would also like to
thank the 1985 Crimson Log staff for their work. Without you, we wouldnlt have made it! Thanks also
goes to Mr. Dick Swiech of Hunter Publishing Company and to the Dodge-Murphy photographers for
The yearbook staff spent many happy hours preparing the Crimson Log '85. We hope you will enjoy the
book and continue to believe and be proud ofthe tradition of our city and our high school.
HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY
2505 EMPIRE DRIVE
DOclg6-Murphy Studio wiilhsEicb,h?EZEM, N.c.271o3
Our Official Class Photographer PHONE1'9'9l765'0070
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