New Milford High School - Yearbook (New Milford, CT)
- Class of 1983
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Text from Pages 1 - 230 of the 1983 volume:
New Milford High School
New Milford, Connecticut
I can't live without my diet
" and you think l'm
"What do I care!"
"I don't care, do it that way!"
"Hey later' "
"Hey, Wendy, let's go to Burg
"Basically . .. "
"RealIy? . . . No-0-o!"
Sue Pitz . Rebecca Nelson
Business Editor ' m4AA Deadline Editor
"Oh, go jump in the lake!" "No comment."
Tony Mino Vera Pizzarelli
Editor-in-Chief Art Editor
"Get away from mel!!" "No Probleml"
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J.M.,D.S.,A.B.,W.B.,D.P S DI had a snowball fight after the talent show? i Q
Miss Valiombroso wore two different boots to school? 3 ' S ? If I
D.l2,A.B.,W.B.,G.M. S CD. got put on trial in Contemp. issues? , ,..c.
SR. admitted that he hated old women? ti?
NB. as AB. had a mustard fight at the Rock-A-Than? MQ "
J.M.,A.B. E3 W.B. searched New York for a bathroom? M 1
J.A.,D.S.,M.G.,J.M.,M.E,A.B.,W.B. E1 H.L. went into the GM Building in N.Y. . . Doug Paskowski
Boys' Sports Editor
and then realized they were'nt supposed to? "Bi9hDeSl!1' 90 homelr -
catc a us."
Girls' Sports Editor Val Tutson
"OK, Andrea, But only if we Superlatlves Editor
go through the drive- "What's going on? I don't get
Dana Rinehart r Mr. Nolan
Senior Editor Business Advisor
"I don't care!" iMqsm"W "Yea, that's fine, alright, that
it sounds good!"
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DolnHP.YRal,YIaPvhil June' 1983
lt has been a very pleasant experlence for me as I watched you grow
and mature Into ffne young men and women. You have certainly made great
strides In your four years of high school as you evolved from a group of
dlsorganlzed lndlvlduals Into a class with a great deal of unlty and
sense of purpose. You've worked hard, both lndlvldually and as a class,
to get to thls stage In your llves.
However, graduatIon Is not the end of your development. On the
contrary, this event In your llves marks the very beginning of your
learnlng experlences. Our country Is In need of responsible young
people who perhaps wlll not be presldents or governors, but who wlll
possess leadershlp qualltles In everyday situations In Ilfe that Involve
deallng wlth people and In belng responslble cltlzens. I belleve the
members of the Class of l983 wlll be able to meet those responslbllltles
and do them very well.
I am proud of the growth shown by thls class over four years and I
wlsh to congratulate each one of you on your graduation from New Hllford
Hlgh School. I hope your future is all that you want It to be.
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With love class. Also, notspici
tured, Larry Sweet., I
It is with a sense of gratitude that we dedicate our
yearbook to Mr. Thomas McDevitt. For the fifteen
years that he was a teacher at New Milford, his pres-
ence was a great asset. He loved to learn and he sought
knowledge. One can easily imagine him as one of the
Greek philosophers that he admired so greatly. And
yet, as much as he loved to learn, he loved to teach
even more. He tried to instill a sense of wonder about
the world in each of his students. He saw the good in
each person and he loved everyone despite any short-
comings. His special qualities rubbed off on othersg he
always seemed to bring out the best in everyone.
Many people will remember Mr. McDevitt in many
ways. He was a philosopher to some, and a teacher to
others. At Christmas, he was Father Christmas and at
all times, he was a friend. lf there is such a thing as
immortality, Mr. McDevitt has it, for he left a part of
himself with everyone he met. We mourn the death of
this Rennaissance man, yet we will never lose this
kind, loving, and inspiring soul as long as we have our
memories of him. For this reason, the class of 1983
dedicates this book to the memory of Mr. Thomas
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DR. JOHN J. ROBINSON
MR. DONALD R FIFTAL MISS JOANNE M. LILLIS
MR. STANLEY SETEAR DR. DANIEL CENTER MR. THOMAS CORBETT
JANE E CUSHMAN
"There Must Be A Pony!!"
GEORGE W LAPINSKY ROBERT VANDERZEE
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SUSAN M. FOGARTY
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JOHN LEE CYNTHIA B. COVER JOAN D. CREWS NANCY C. CZERW
"Tennis is everything." "I'II wait for you, class." 'That is an aspect of the "Who's in a tizzy?"
CHRISTINE GROESCHNER JLIDITH A. LEONARD JO ANN E. LEWIS RONALD E. OLSON
"Remember Pink Floyd." "I'II see ya' after class." "The boss isn't always right
but he's always boss."
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BARBARA REYNOLDS LANCE D. ROGERS MARY ANN SHEEHY
"This is one of the best tests
I've ever written."
CHESTER SCHNEPF LLIISE STEVENS ELIZABETH THOMPSON
"Open your notebooks to a "Time is the most valuable "Write cursive - it's faster."
clean page. Let us begin!" thing you have - use it wise-
LAWRENCE KERSHNAR JACK H. BOLICLIER
"Ba-a-a'by problem!" "You know?!"
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DIANE DECRISTO PAOLA DECRISTOFARO
'What is your problem?"
"There are places for play or
work - this is a place to
"Hey, you guys be quiet!!"
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DAVID W HOYT ROBERT D. JOY BARBARA D. LANGLEY
"What's a mole?" "Spell it." "Protons and electrons are
TERRE LEVIN MATT MULLEN DOUGLAS N. PACKARD
"I hate cats!" "What's the magic num- "Prior proper preparation
ber?" prevents disaster!"
LAURENCE I. TRIPP LINDA BRODEUR KIRK EDWARD
"That's nice aIgebra!"
G.D.W. FERRIS WILLIAM C. HIBBARD JOYCE S. HOLLOWAY
"I believe I assigned some "This stuff is puppy chow." "It's easy!"
easily do-able problems last
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ALAN D. MOGER NANCY-MARIE VAGO
"Let's recall . . . " "To all things there is a sea-
son, a time to weep, to
mourn . . . "
DONALD J. WOODIN JOHN M. WRENN, JR.
"Agreed?" "Take out your homework."
ROBERT W, ASMAN KATHERINE G. AUSTIN FRANCIS GILLESPIE
"AIIlIIll-right!" "Save the whales!" "O.K, group."
WALTER KELLOGG JAMES L. LAUER STEPHEN R MCGRATH
ls everything copacetic?" "There you go . , . go for it!" "Happiness is a long week-
end with Kate Turabianf'
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"Ladies and gentlemen - "We are not amused." "Oh, sure!!!"
, please be quiet."
GEORGE DORING E. M. CASTONGUAY ERNESTINE S. CLARK
"Mr. Cervantes says . . . "Bon appetitf' "Caramba!"
SUSAN CRAIG SHEILA FIONDA
"C'est bien la classe de fran-
MARGARET MACZOKAS D. A. MILLER-OSBORNE
"Buenos dias, Clase."
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WALTER FI NOLAN BARBARA PARADISE RICHARD SHERIDAN THERESE J. VANASSE
"Give that some thought - "This is not a beauty parlor." "Rubbish, gentlemen, rub- "Eyes on the copy - Go!"
never hesitate to challenge." biSh!!"
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ROBERT PEARSON FRANCES W. ZALOSKI
"Let's go, people!"
BONNIE JO CHERON WILLIAM KRAFT KEVIN T MCGINNISS
"Did Anybody see my "Play it by ear." "UnbeIievable!!"
What another pe ex
PETER J. BARBERO JAMES R. HILTON JAMES DOWD JOSEPH NEFF RICHARD T KOSIER
"Beanhead." "Let's move on to greener "Take it home and put it on "Let's get to work!" "Go for it!"
pastures." your refrigerator."
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H.R MAGOUN THERESA BURCH
"Let's get down to work, qui- "Please work quietly and in
etly and independently, dependently."
Home Economics Ar
NADINE D. GEYER JO-ANN H. OPULSKI DAYLE A. ELSESSER DONNA L. CHAMBERS
"O.K., let's get going!" "I hear you chirping!"
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Office Staff And Aides
Catherine Consaga Anne Hetzel Bonnie Howard
'Will the following teachers please . . . ' "Invoices, please." "l'm not a short-order Cook,"
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"Oh dear, oh my!" "Sign in please." "Where do you think you're going?"
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Cecile Barberio Bernard Pottenburgh Virginia Topham
"We don't give locker passes."
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Carol Ann Ferris
Every dog has his day."
Donald Hayes Karen Hores
"A handicap is only as big as you let it be." "Quite curious."
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Mrs. Czerw read us poem 43?
Rabid Ron was bitten by a squirrel in Boston?
We drenched Dr. K with his own squirt bottles . . . twice?
We were playing catch with an orange in Sr. Math and it got stuck on S.M.'s finger?
Dr. Robinson told us on the first day of school that the no-homework policy would continue?
Mr. Hoyt shot a plastic cup off of Mike York's head with a rubber band?
Calculus was a participation sport and most of us were spectators?
We taught Dr. Tripp the "Newer Math" in Calculus?
J.M. fell asleep in Mrs. Czerw's class?
We had a protest rally in front of the News-Times?
PW, J.M., M.Y, and M.M. had a marshmallow roast in Chem Study?
The Good Samaritan Club raised 510,000 in the Rock-a-thon?
M.Y helped the cheerleaders do a pyramid?
E.A. got his head stuck in his locker?
Annie taped a centerfold to Mr. Rogers' chair?
Mrs. Werkhoven said, "Well, not really" in Algebra ll?
Somebody tried to sell drugs to Miss Val in Boston?
The senior boys had sophomore toys?
C.D., R.N., and C.M. sang in the Senior Play?
We worried about getting cooties from Wanda Fletcher?
RW and M.Y plowed right into M.H.'s car on New Year's Eve?
L.A. understood something someone was trying to say to her?
The band went to WC.C.'s but the football team didn't?
Mr. Olson showed us the "evil eye" in Frosh English?
Mr. Raymond stopped saying "Egg on Face"?
Mr. Fiftal checked parking stickers?
The O.M.S. followed the map and found the hidden treasure in Boston?
A.K. had a "little bit too much" at the Finast x-Mas party?
M.S. gave R.N. his philosophy on "What men really want"?
TM. and M.E.S. threw away the brains?
Mr. Hoyt meditated on the window sill?
The girl's track team beat Bethel?
"lt must have been the roses"?
S.A. hugged C.D. and the whole cafeteria cheered?
D.A. wrote "Ditto" for a term paper footnote?
Mr. Fiftal said on the first day of school that he listened to Pink Floyd?
SR fell off of D.l2's bed.
Dr. Robinson was a student for a day?
S.N.'s boat shoes were floating in J.T's toilet?
D.A. almost got thrown out of the semi-formal?
The two figs flooded the darkroom?
We had the parties on the dock in Bermuda?
Mr. Ferris showed up at B.G.'s cast party?
We sold catalogues?
"Frost heaves" and "pass with care" were a way of life.
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May 15, 1982
Lying beside you, here in the dark
Feeling your heart beat with mine
Softly you whisper, you're so sincere
How could our love be so blind
We sailed on together
We drifted apart
And here you are by my side
So now I come to you,
with open arms
Nothing to hide, believe what I say
So here I am with open arms
Hoping you'll see what your love
means to me . . .
Living without you, living alone
This empty house seems so cold
Wanting to hold you,
wanting you near
How much I wanted you home
But now that you've come back
Turned night into day
I need you to stay.
October 23, 1982
1981 Homecoming Queen Julia Rinaldi returned to
crown the 1982 Queen.
Homecoming Nominees: Valerie Tutson, Daria Schultz, Brenda Ol
son, Wendy Cook, Jody Watkins
Valerie Tutson crowned 1982 Homecoming
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Dirty Work ln High Places by Tim Kelly
Presented by the Class
Grandma - Eleanor Reid
Grandpa - Rob Grenier
Baby Bob - Doug Paskowski
Baby Alice -- Marion Szollosy
Gentle Grimes - Erik Nelson
Widow Aged - Marnie Green
Widow Desperate - Martha Rogg
Little Saccharin - Wendy Byrne
Ms. Shabby - Heidi Hetzel
Ms. Yesperson - Wendy Cook
Dauntless Crusader - Tom Bleakley
Trickster - Chip Davin
Rotten - Rebecca Nelson
Sly - Chris McGarry
Lady Stockholder - Renee Chailou
Student No. 1 - Sue Pitz
Student No. 2 - Scott Morris
Student No. 3 - Valerie Tutson
Madam Presidente - Heidi Cetinski
Fisherman - Kevin Derby
Fisherwoman - Barbara Hagner
Policeman - Geoff Griffith
of '83 - Dec. 17 8 18, 1982
The Time 8 Place: The present - a city under the dastardly influence of one Gentle
"Let's settle this like men!
"Home Sweet Home"
would caution you to be on your guard with
"Pucker up or l'll
"O-O-O-O! Dirty Tricks, Dirty Tricks . . . "
"Oh joy, oh happiness!"
"l have learned something of the
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Maple Leaf Rag
REMEMBER WHEN . . .
Dr. K. said, "Twang twang twang."?
E.H. asked Mr. Bucknam, "Don't we have computers to do that kind of work now?"
V.T embarrassed herself and Mr. Rogers at Ma Bell's
We learned the difference between the "naked" and the "nude"?
V.T, C.O., E.H., W.C., and R.C. picked up a guy from Thailand at the Metropolitan Museum of
Mrs. Thompson told J.M. to stop projecting?
L.l2 could have sworn she was C.M. and J.E's sister?
TM. and D.l2 played PIGS.
A.B. got embarassed in Psych. fMany times.D?
R.M. ate the pear that A.B. was supposed to be painting?
The S.W.A.T team ran wild in Bermuda?
The Advanced Writers class gave Mrs. Stevens a get well card?
We went to Grandma's house after the semi-formal?
Captain IGA ruled throughout the school?
E.N. beat Mr. Nick in the watermelon seed spitting contest?
We sang "Tea for Two" in Sr. Math?
Mr. McGrath served us lemonade out of a whiskey bottle?
Mr. Kellogg asked us if we wanted big quizzes or little tests?
Coach Wrenn played the Pine Brothers? CWe don'tJ
GC. said, "Stop in the name of the law"?
D.B. and D.Z. broke the bleachers at a football game?
We had Chem Study parties with Chapster?
A.K. locked her keys in the car while it was still running?
We went to Boston with Uncle Bob and Aunt Ann?
K.M. was left on the bleachers after the pep rally because she had a cast on?
Baby Alice gave the raspberry?
M.S. met Superman on Jerusalem Hill?
S.A. tried to join the wrestling team?
C.S., TM., DR said, "3 Cokes, please?
Terry decorated Mr. Nolan's grapefruit tree for Christmas?
Trish did a handstand in the cafe to get money out of her pockets because her nails were wet?
Mr. Chapin and Jeff tore the biology lab off the wall?
We had to tell Big Al XYZ?
Mr. Asman asked Steve Rupar if he always crossed his eyes when he was bored?
Mrs. Hughson said, "Don't force my hand"?
C.S. and TM. got lost in Geneve and never found the cathedral?
Mr. Joy did the Pepsi Challenge in A.l2 Chem?
M.E.S. fell in the swamp?
Student Council's semi-formal was a complete success Qfinallyj
English class met at the "Sign of the Whip"?
Mr. Nick read the personals out of the Globe to American Studies?
C.O. said to Mr. Bucknam, "l don't really understand so l'll just sit here and vege"?
D.A. said WOMAN in Mrs. Stevens's class.
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American Field Service
Meyer - Pres.
Canepari - W2
Thierfelder - Sec.
O'Brien - Treasurer
Mino - Historian
Mr. Raymond - advisor
Mrs. Broeder - advisor
Mrs. Krewzweiser - advisor
A. Clifford - editor
Mr. Schnepl - advisor
MHS Marching Band
1983 Executive Committee
I n A mwww Miwmiww. K B Girardo
Miss Austin - Advisor
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1985 Executive Committee
1986 Executive Committee
r. Hajjar - Advisor
Mr. Magoun - Advisor
Mrs. Park - Advisor
Mr. Olson - Advisor
Mr. Hoyt - Advisor
Mr. Nolan - Advisor
S. Burkhardt - Pres.
Mr. McGrath - Advisor
Mr. Fiftal - Advisor
r. Clonaris - Advisor
Mr. Hibbard - Advisor
Fire Fighter Training
R. Confortini - Pres.
Mrs. Paradise - Advisor
H. Hetzel - Pres.
H. Hansen - Sec.
J. Watkins - Pres.
C, Ogden - VP
A. Pizzo - Sec.
M. Muro -- PR. Officer
Mr. Mullen - Advisor
Good Samaritan Club
Mr. Dowd - Advisor
Industrial Arts Club
Mrs. Cherone - Advisor
Mr. Packard - Advisor
Miss Vallombroso - Advisor
National Honor Society
A. Fredlund - Editor
Mrs. Geyer - Advisor
R. Evans - Asst. Editor
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World Series Club
D. Keane - Pres.
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Mr. Barbero - Advisor
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"Whats wrong now Jody?"
"O.K. Kelly, who is she?"
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ROW 1: M. Beiter, co-cap., J. Shab, Coach Frost, M. Muro. ROW 2: I2 Gargon,
M. Kelly, D. Harkness, S. Murphy, L. Loftus, C. Hess, K. Bonner, L. Pennucci. H5
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MVR - John McCafferty
MIR - Mike McCafferty
SENIORS: Dave Albright, John Mc:Cafferty, captain
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ROW 1: D. Plourde, A. Peck, M. Mullen, C. Garvey, G. Mc:Ginness. ROW 2: C
Whitcomb, H. Lathrope, L. Eleck, C. Thiefelder, S. Dixon, E. Carrington. ROW 3
Coach M. Eleck, E. Reed, CAP, E. Hyland, CAP, V. Tutson, CAP, A. Parker, J
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MIP: John Zullo
MVP-back: Lou Heaton
MIP-back: Joe Gargon
SENIORS: Ed Abdella, Kirk Englund, Don Federle, co-
captain, Jim Gargon, Joe Gargon, Kevin Golembeski, Glen
McChesney, Joe Mercer, Rob Morrissey, Mike Schultz, co-
ROW l: K. Englund, J. Mercer, M. Schultz, L. Heaton, D. Federle, J. Gargon, G
McChesney, R. Morrissey. ROW 2: S. Rountos, A. D'Amico, R. Purpora, E Shiffman
P Perreautt, J. Fernandez, S. Ferriss, J. Shrack, K. Bonner. ROW 3: K. Golembeski
C. J. Osborne, R, Casazza, M. Scholar, S. Duncan, D. Danish, B. Roode, S. Broeder, R
Pardon, J. Zullo. ROW 4: R. Pennucci, mgr., D. Schenzer, 'li Durr, 'lf Brooks, L
Venezia, C. Carlson, M. Thomas, B. Dike, M. Zarba. ROW 5: 'If Dzurka, mgr., A
Raskin, mgr., Coach Fletcher, Coach M, Oshan, Coach Gillespie, Coach DiMarco
missing: E. Abdella, J. Hughes.
"H.C., we're losing again
ROW lg J. Fishman, R. O'Dell, H. Hansen, J. Gorman, K. Clark, J. Russi, C.
Grenier, D. Vandigrifft, P Eden. ROW 2: A Baglia, J. Kehoe, W Faucher, R.
Colp, 'lf Lamberton, A. Light, K. Sullivan, D. Wilson. ROW 3: 'lf Tremont, R.
Giroux, I2 Brodeur, co-captain, D. Ganion, D. Doychak, R Holderman, B. Ford,
'IT Wilson, co-captain. ROW 4: A. Raskin, mgr., Coach Travis, Coach Kellogg,
MVP: Vera Pizzareili
MIP: Lynn Pedota
SENIORS: Vera Pizzareili, Monica Piccinini, Nancy Barlow,
Sue Woodin, Liz Nahley, Lynn Pedota
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R. O'Brien, D. Hough. ROW 2: M. Hoisten, mgr., L. Pedota, M. Piccinini, N. Barlow, S
Woodin, L. Nahley, V. Vandigrifft, Coach
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"McTavish is dead!"
Our first annual Field Hockey night
"Air Raid! . . . Flood!"
ROW 1: A. Pappano, I. Olson, A. Gutierrez, L. Doria. ROW 2: K. Wheeler, 'lf Kennedy, K. Holsten,
M. Scrimgeour, K. Cheron, V. Adams. ROW 3: P O'Neil, mgr., Coach Armstrong, L. Morrell, M.
Piccinini, J. Hehl, R. Dlugokencky, B. Finch, S. Tackas, K. O'NeiI, C. Caplanson, mgr., S. 12
MVP: Brenda Bartram
MIP: Tracey Hoffman
SENIORS: Suzette Burkhardt, Brenda Bartram, Wendy
Byrne, Dana Rinehart
ROW 1: S. Burkhardt, B. Bartram, co-captain, W. Byrne, co-captain, D. Rinehart.
ROW 2: L. Peragine, 'li Hoffman, C. Cardinal. ROW 3g K. Horgen, mgr., N. DeGiorgio,
mgr., H. Kroeger, A. Fisher, Coach Kraft, Coach Alger, M. Sarsfield, C. Blessings,
mgr., missing: M. Forshberg,
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"The hunkiest coach."
"The masked grape."
"Are we wearing shirts tomorrow or not?
ROW 1: K. Kriegl, C. Fredlund, L. Bartram, co-captain, T Oria, co-captain,
L. Shapiro, H. Kriegl. ROW 2: J. DeGiorgio, C. Blessing, K. Kraft, C.
Thurston, Coach Kraft, I. VanPottelsberghe, J. Edman, 'Ii Rogers, K.
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ROW 1: D. McCormack, K. Golembeski, R. Piscetta, E. Muttilainen. ROW 2: J. Kessler, mgr., M
Highsmith, B. Murray, E. McCall, B. Noonan, G. Gileno, J. Ndukwu, captain, L. Heaton, R
Haggett, D. Hansen, A. Pennucci, mgr., Coach Hibbard.
"Cut the sitski!"
"Ya, see ya later."
ROW l: B. Parzuchowski, D. Doychak, C. Copeland, J. Henkel, M. Hughes, E
RQW 1: R. Haggett' D, Izzo, E Shiffmany M. Mccaffertyy D. Jackson. ROW 2: Coach Pearson, R. Norman, mgr., C. Grenier, R. Taggart, J
Sherman. ROW 2: Q. Nash, S. Clarke, G- Gilenov E' Macally Phillips,'If Lobraico, K. VanDerzee,C. Raymond, mgr., R. Penucci,mgr.,missing
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SENIORS: Leslie Westfall, Laura Buckbee, Margo
ROW 1: L. Westfall, Tri-captain, L. Buckbee, Tri-captain, M. Maytham, Tri-captain. ROW 2: L
Storm, mgr., A. Peck, L. Bartram, C. Carlson, A. Fisher, 'li Oria, C. Mino, Coach Bachetti
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"Margo's doind it again."
"Mr, 'Bee' "
"We're slow as Gin: but made of STEEL!
ROW 1: K. Hayes, H. Kriegl, S. Edwards. ROW 2: Coach Kellogg, N.
Federle, mgr., L. Strid, mgr., S. Doyle, L. Dorla, I. VanPottelsberghe,
V. Consaga, mgr., Coach Hajjar
SENIORS: Rob Ouellette, Frank Misercordia, Rob
Grenier, Eugene Huggins, David Dunn, Jason
ROW 1: M. Beiter, mgr., D. Aqulina, A. Baglia, S. Talaska, M. Stefani, R. Ouellette, A. Raskin
mgr. ROW 2: Coach Knipple, E Misercordia, R. Grenier, E. Huggins, D. Dunn, D. Warde, L
Johnson, Coach Neff.
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mgr. ROW 2: Coach Knipple, T Brooks, C. Menkes, J. Theisen, J. Naradzay, P
Burns, M. O'Brien, Coach Neff.
SENIORS: E. Reid, S. Davis
ROW 1: L. Pennucci, C. Fredlund, Coach Filipski, K. Holsten, M. Melycher. ROW 2
A. Raskin, mgr., B. Peet, S. Davis, co-captain, E. Reid, co-captain, S. Krubasack, A
SENIORS: Jody Watkins,
We love you Mr. Hibbard.
Just go for it.
BACK: D. Espitee, B. Geyer, C. Hess, D. Zenobio, J. Watkins, B. McAIley, D. Harkness, S. McCoy,
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REMEMBER WHEN . . .
Scott passed out in Anatomy and Physiology?
TM. was Dr. Mino in Anatomy and Physiology?
J.T had nerd parties?
The still created a sauna in AP Chem.?
Mr. Nick said, "Deep Thought, wasn't that a movie?"
We had four lunches?
Mr. Nolan forgot his l.D. and his wallet at home when we went to Canada?
We fit 19 people into the elevator at the stock exchange?
E.A. and RC. had parties at the cabin?
Mr. Schnepf's room was organized?
C.Ff wore a dunce cap?
Dr. K. brought in his toys?
RP snorted sweet tarts in Bible Lit.?
Dan LaRose wore a tie?
We had Candlewood campouts?
A.C. and S.M. fell out of A.K.'s car into L.G.'s driveway?
The BOWL family ruled?
C.S. and TM.'s cat had 5 kittens in Anatomy?
Water guns were the big thrill for us and taking them away was the big thrill for them?
C.M., R.N., and J.E wanted to be rah-rahs?
M.N. and R.N. went swimming in Mud Pond . . . with M.N.'s car?
Doug used baking soda instead of baking powder in Beg. Chefs?
S.T thought there was kitty litter all over the floor at H.C.'s party?
Half days were really half days?
We tested physics principles in the elevator at the Hancock Building?
Jason got his MANIAC haircut?
Mr. Mullen put a dead crab in A.P's purse?
The class president got stopped by the police after the Junior Prom?
H.H. said she was "average"?
S.M. made a new off-ramp in Pennsylvania?
D.P's Hornet beat S.M.'s TIOOO on 67?
Mr. Lee wore "Scenic America" ties?
W.B. said, "l know nothing of the world"?
We cut up Mr. Nolans yearbook?
E.A. stripped at the talent show?
We asked Doug's dad if he wanted any cider?
Dunkin Munchkins was an approved tardy?
We had popcorn in Mr. Joy's class?
Bob didn't take any?
D.P "hit the bag" in Advanced Writers' Workshop?
TM., A.B., M.S., and C.S. came to school during vacation for a deadline?
DE danced with the broom at the Cabana party?
DP and TM. met up with a Mack truck on 84 on the way to New Hampshire?
Graduation seemed so far away?
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Think big and your deeds will
grow, think small and you'll fall
behind. Think that you can and
you willy it's all in the state of mind.
Don't walk in front of me -l
may not follow. Don't walk behind
me - l may not lead. Just walk
beside me - and be my friend.
3' JONI ANDERSON
gl The world is full of kings and
queens who blind your eyes and
steal your dreams - it's heaven and
wiLLlAM ANDERsoN he
DAVID CLARK ASHCROFT
DEWAH LEE BATES
I am not afraid of tomorrow for I
have seen yesterday and love today.
This is not the end, it is the
beginning. Live it up now. because
you only pass this way once.
DIANE MARIE BARBOE
Yesterday is already a dream, and
tomorrow is only a visiong but
today well-lived makes every
yesterday a dream of happinessg
and every tomorrow a vision of
There is nothing better than seeing
love in a smile knowing that
smile is for you.
NANCY ELIZABETH BARLOW
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Life to me is not measured in years,
instead, it's measured in smiles,
laughter and tears.
JUDI JEAN BONGIORNO
l've been to paradise but l've
never been to me.
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THOMAS E. BLEAKLEY
Someday we'll look back at this,
and it will all seem funny.
CHARLES BRISSETT JR.
There are three types of people:
the will's, the won'ts and the can'ts.
The wills accomplish everything,
the won'ts oppose everything, and
the can'ts won't try anything.
The Black Hole
Don't walk in front of me, l may not
follow. Don't walk behind me, l
may not lead. Walk beside me and
just be my friend.
LAURA L. BUCKBEE
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
two roads diverged in a wood,
and l f- l took the one less traveled
by. and that has made all the
TRACEY ANNE BLICKO
Don't be dismayed at goodbyes,
A farewell is necessary before you
can meet again. And meeting
again, after moments or lifetimes, is
certain for those who are friends.
Illusions Richard Bach
The secret of happiness is to be
content with what you've got so
. . . GET ENOUGH!!
TIMOTHY MICHAEL BYRNE
lt's a high time to fight, when the
walls are closing in, call it what you
Iikeg it is time you've got to win.
WENDY SUSAN BYRNE
ALICIA LEE BLIRDEN
Good things come to those who wait
but not to those who wait too
Aim at the sun, you may not
reach it but you will fly higher
if you had never aimed at all.
KIMBERLY J. CASTLE
I'll get by with a little help from my
friends. I'm gonna get by with a
little help from my friends.
Lennon and McCartney
CYNTHIA MARIE CASPER
The mark of ignorance is the
depth of belief in injustice. What the
cater calls the end of the world,
the master calls the butterfly.
It just amazes me that I can be part
of the energy it takes to serve
each other. And I wonder what am I
going to do, what can one do
except be one - each of us is one
- all of us are one.
By Carole King
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WENDY JOAN CHRISTOPHERSEN
To love greatly is to live greatly
and to love forever is to live forever.
ANNE MARGARET CLIFFORD
You say the hill's too steep to climb
you say you'd like to see me tryg
you pick the place and l'll choose
the time and l'll climb the hill in
my OWU Way.
You know that I Care what
happens to you and I know that you
care for me. So I don't feel alone
or the weight of the stone, now that
I've found somewhere to bury my
ANNE K. CRAWFORD
For me it is to laugh.
To dream the impossible dream is to
bring that dream one step closer
William Arthur Ward
DAWN MARIE De FONCE
STEPHANIE J. DIGILIO
So you feel like it's the end of the
story. Find it all pretty
satisfactory? Well, l'll tell you my
friend, this might seem like the
end but the continuation is yours for
BILL de la VEGA
Everything our society breeds:
Fascism, Racism, Sexism . . .
Must End. SMASH IT LIP
Code of Honor
Along the land of memories the
blossoms never fade, for near and
far, still cherished are the
friendships we have made.
SCOTT L. EDELSON
The woods are lovely, dark and
deep. but I have promises to
keep and miles to go before l sleep.
MATTHEW A. DEVOE
STEVEN M. DORIA
Let us endeavor to live that when
we come to die, even the
undertaker will be sorry.
JOHN ANDREW ENNES
SHARON KAY FAURE
RONALD WARREN EVANS
. . . the Universe is not only queerer
than we suppose, but queerer
than we can suppose.
Perhaps a better world is drawing
near. Just as easy it Could all
disappear along with whatever
meaning you might have found . . .
Don't let the uncertainty turn
True, I speak of dreams, which are
the children of an idle brain.
begot of nothing but vain fantasy.
DONNA MARIE FLECKENSTEIN
Run for the roses as fast as you
can, your fate is delivered, your
moments at hand. lt's the chance
of a lifetime in a lifetime of Chance.
lt's high time you joined in the
KELLI RENEE FISH
Time goes by leaving me
helpless. Just to reach and try to
live my life. These are my
reasons why. So here I stand so
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COLLEEN T FOGARTY
The distant hills and mountains
The rolling clouds and bright
No one can take these views
As long as I have eyes to see.
Du vet ikke hva du har for du
har, mistet det du - hadde.
You' dont know what you have APRIL A. FREDI-UND
until you ve lost it.
MARY A. GARCIA
But there still must be a way to
have our children say, "There are
so many colors in the rainbow, so
many colors in the morning sun,
so many colors in the flower and I
see every one."
Wayne... You are my knight in
shining armor and I love you.
, I 'iig V ig .
JANE ELIZABETH FREDLLIND
We must gather all of our courage,
sail our ships out on the open
sea, cast away our fears, and all the
years will come and go and take
us up... always up.
Seals and Croft
You can't always get what you
want, but if you try sometimes,
you just might find a way!
Born to be wild.
ELIZABETH ANN GIRARDO
Take it to the max in pink and green
CAROLYN E. GENET
The dreams were never over. The
dreams have just begun.
LORRAINE C. GLASER
Capture the moment, carry the
day. Stay with the dream as long as
STEPHEN C. GLYNN
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MARNIE MARGOT GREEN
You, who are on the road must have
a code that you can live by. And
so, become yourself because the
past is just a goodbye.
l will not criticize my neighbor
until I have walked a mile in his
An lndian Prayer
GEOFFREY J. GRIFFITH
HElDl L, HETZEL
Let me go into tomorrow one day at
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LEE ANN HILLS
Just remember love is life and
hate is living death. Treat your life
for what it's worth and live for
every breath. Looking back l've
lived and learnedg what this life
LISA MARIE HARRISON
When the wires are all down and
all the central place of your heart is
covered with the snows of
pessimism and the ice of cynicism,
then you are grown old indeed
and may God have mercy on your
You hope in this life that you
grow and don't always repeat your
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HEIDI LYNN HANSEN
Don't be dismayed at goodbyes. A
farewell is necessary before you
can meet again. And meeting again
after moments or lifetimes, is
certain for those who are friends.
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EUGENE P HUGGINS
It matters not how straight the gate,
how charged with punishment
the scroll, I am the master of my
fate: I am the captain of my soul.
William Ernest Henley
Friends we knew followed us
through all the days of our lives.
Love we shared waits for us there,
where our wishes forever reside.
I find the great thing in this world
is not so much where we stand as in
what direction we are moving -
we must sail sometimes with the
wind and sometimes against it,
but we must sail, and not drift, nor
lie at anchor.
Remember me smiling, for that is
how l shall remember you.
MAUREEN FRANCES KELLY
PAMELA L KLEPPIN
Think in terms of bridges burned,
think of seasons that must end,
see the rivers rise and fall, they will
rise and fall again. Everything
must have an end.
ANNE M. KLOLIS
Life is what happens while you're
busy making other plans.
KELLEY ANN LEONARD
For as long as you live and as
high as you fly, for smiles you give
and tears that you cry, for all
that you do and all that you see, is
all your life will ever be.
LORINE ELLEN KRIZAN
When l approach a child, he inspires
in me two sentiments: tenderness
for what he is, and respect for what
he may become.
DANIEL MICHAEL LeROSE
Life is either a daring adventure or
nothing at all.
SHARON MARIE LILLIS
As a lamp gives forth light so let
your heart give forth love, never
asking upon which life its
illumination may fall.
Joan Walsh Anglund
lt's not time to make a change just
relax and take it easy. Take your
time, and think a lot. You will still
be here tomorrow - but your
dreams may not.
Life is too short to think of what
you've done, or what you're going
to do, so live for the day.
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ALLISON GRAY LOVELL
l've finally decided my future lies
Beyond The Yellow Brick Road.
LORI ANNE LUDWIN
Decisions are what lead us to our
goals - some we regret, some we
are proud of.
Here we are again, the start of
the end, but there's more. Wait
another year, LITOPIA is here, but
there's always more.
"Todd is God" '73
You know l've always been a
dreamer, and it's so hard to change
The Eagles - "Take lt To The
SABRINA W. MAlWAlNlDl
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Don't look back - a new day is
breakin'. lt's been too long since l
felt this way. I don't mind where l
get taken, The road is callin' -
today is the day.
KIMBERLY ANN MCHANN
Goin' through all the Changes I
made so many mistakes, tryin' to
leave behind the heartaches and
sometimes I think I was a little
bit crazy, but I just keep pushin' on!
If God is so mighty and powerful,
can He make a rock heavy enough
that He can't lift it?
CHRISTINE MARIE MCGARRY
To accomplish great things, we
must not only act, but also dream,
not only plan but also believe.
When the lessons on life are over,
when the class at school is
missed, may we all meet in Heaven
and none of our members be
MICHELE LaNAE MAYER
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Sweet memories, flashing very
quickly by - reminding me, giving
me a reason why - I know that
my goal is more than a thought -
l'Il be there when I teach what
I've been taught.
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PETER E MESSER, JR.
The talent of success is nothing
more than doing what you can do
wellg and doing well whatever
you do, without a thought of fame
CARLEEN MARIE CATHERYN
You are never given a wish without
also being given the power to
make it true.
ANTHONY PAUL MINO
The best of times are yet to
come. Go for it!
ROBERT M. MOREHOUSE
Stand up for the flag, all ring the
liberty bell. Make a Ford and a
Chevy that'll still last ten years
like they should, the best of the free
life is still to come. The good
times ain't over for good.
EDWARD K. MORRIS
It's a new horizon and l'm awakin'
now, oh I see myself in a brand
new way. The sun is shinin' - The
clouds are breakin' cause I can't
lose now - There's no game to
I will be your knight in shining
armor coming to your emotional
The Rolling Stones
DONNA MAE ELIZABETH
With the guidance and love of a few
people . . . I've made it down the
road of life this far with thanks to
Mom, Dad and Paul.
Just on the border of your
waking mind, there lies another time
where darkness and light are one,
and as you tread the halls of sanity
you feel so glad to be unable to
REBECCA ANN NELSON
Then as it was, then again it will be
- though the course may
change sometimes, rivers always
reach the sea.
ERIK JOHN NELSON
Leave but don't leave me.
ELIZABETH SARAH NAHLEY
We go through so many changes as
we learn to grow.
- Earth Wind and Fire
CHRISTINE A. O'NEILL
If I could make days last forever,
words could make wishes come
trueg I'd save every day like a
treasure and then again I would
spend them with you.
BRENDA MARIE OLSON
MARY BETH NOLET
CHRISTINE M. OGDEN
DEBRA ANNE ORIA
Hold on to sixteen as long as you
can, changes come around real soon
to make us women and men.
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The world is full of kings and
queens who blind your eyes and
steal your dreams. lt's heaven and
When you live your life to its fullest,
no one can stand in your way.
DOUGLAS J. PASKOWSKI
Tis not whether you win or lose
in life, it's what you obtain, what
you achieve, and the people
you've met along the way.
ROBERTA LYNN PEDOTA
School and work l will forget, it's
leaving friends that l'll regret.
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KATHIE LYNN PILLO
When you remember me, if you
remember me, I hope you see it's
not the way I want it to be,or l'd be
with you now, but wherever you
go, my love goes with you.
DD, KE CS, DS
MONICA C. PICCININI
If you've built your castles in the
air, your work need not be lost,
that is where they should be - now
put the foundations under them.
H. D. Thoreau
EILEEN MARIE PERRIN
You can't always get what you
want, but if you try sometimes you
just might find - you've got
what ya need.
- Rolling Stones
FRANK EDWARD PERAGINE
HEIDI LYN PENNISTON
There in the sunshine are my
highest aspirations . . . I can look up
and see their beauty, believe in
them, and try to follow where they
Louisa May Alcott
ROBERT ANTHONY PISCETTA
I am not immortal. Whatever I
put off till tomorrow, may never be.
Whoever does not know by now,
how much I really care, may never
KARI LYNN PITT
As time goes by, I realize, just
what you mean to me. And now
that you're near, promise your
love that l've waited to share, and
dream of our moments together,
color my world with hope of loving
ANN R. RAPP
SLISAN MARIE PITZ
Love bears all things, believes all
things, hopes all things, endures
I Corinthians l3:7
I may not be totally perfect, but
parts of me are exc
ERNEST L. RAYMOND
ADA TERESA PIZZO
And I'm looking for space, and to
find out who l am. And I'm looking
to know and understand. lt's a
sweet dream, sometimes I'm almost
there. Sometimes l fly like an
eagle, sometimes I'm deep in
ELEANOR R. REID
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If you love something, set it free. If
it comes back to you, then it is
yours. If it doesn't, then it never
TREVOR R. REYNOLDS
You will see light in the darkness,
You will make some sense of
When you make your secret
You will find it's love you miss.
- The Police
TERESA L. RAYMLINT
Simple things of Earth don't die,
they just grow and changes as
time goes by. There are no
questions without answers. l've
found my answer to life is living -
the secret of living is life.
Great it is to believe the dream
when we stand in youth by the
starry streamg but a greater thing is
to fight life through and say at
the end, "The Dream was true."
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CINDY R. SABIA
I love you Jim lsberg not only for
what you are, but for what I am
when I am with you.
Well those drifters days all passed
me now, l've got so much more
to think about, deadlines and
Commitments, ones you leave in,
ones you leave out.
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l've been looking too hard, l've
been waiting too long. Sometimes I
don't know what I will find, I only
know it's a matter of time . . .
- Foreigner -
DANA LINDSAY RINEHART
Capture the moment, carry the
day, stay with the chase as long as
you may. Follow the dreamer, the
fool, and the sage, back to the day
of the innocent age.
MARTHA ANNE ROGG
To live your life in your own way
. . . to reach for the goals you have
set for yourself . . . to be the you
that you want to be - that is
Born to run.
- Bruce Springsteen
See me as I am and not as you
think l should be.
CATHERINE E. SANFORD
lt is gonna happen. Just decide
where you're going. Get out in the
open, and start blazin' your own
I am not mad. I am interested in
freedom. Go out in a blaze of
glory . . . Lucifer.
DEBRA ANN SEIDL
I see my future at the rainbows
end. Happy hours, timeless friends
. . . and if I ever chance to find
my way rest assured . . . l will stay.
Live your life so well that when you
die . . . even the undertaker will
- Richard "DimpIes" Fields
MICHAEL R. SONTAG
STEPHANIE S, SHIPLEY
Here's to all the hard times we
survived together. They served to
make our love stronger, and thus,
gave us the good times. EVER
FAITHFLIL . . . STEPH
KIMBERLY MAE SMEAD
Don't look for beauty or
whiteness of skin but look for a
heart that is loyal within for
beauty will fade and skin grows
but a heart that's loyal is better
JANE MARIE SMITH
MONICA ROSE STIERLE
LISA LYNN TAGGART
All your life you've been waiting
for your chance to fit into the plan.
But you're the master of your
own destiny so give and take the
best that you can.
ROBYN DAYLE SZARKA
Life is what happens to you while
you're busy making other plans.
- John Winston Lennon
MARION E. SZOLLOSY
So if you want to go, let me go
along. l'd never walk that road
alone. I heard it was hard, I heard it
was long. But we'll Come back
alive, cause only the strong survive!
Then as it was, then again it will
be. Though the Course may change
sometimes, rivers always reach
- Led Zeppelin
SALLY ANN TOMASCAK
On the pathway of life, wherever
you are, may hope fill your heart
as you reach for a star, and may
you remember as each day goes
by no dream is too lofty - no goal
is too high.
MALIREEN ELLEN TURK
Tomorrow is the sunrise of our
futureg We can't sit back and watch
it set. Know yourself enough to
enjoy life, but always keep an open
door to your heart and mind for
all who-may want to enter.
JAMES WILLIAM TISHION
Cling to your memories, dream
your dreams, but prize nothing more
than the value of each day.
You are never given a wish
without also being given the power
to make it true.
- Richard Bach
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LESLIE ORAEL WESTFALL
The world is full of kings and
queens - who blind your eyes
and steal your dreams. lt's Heaven
- Black Sabbath
LAURA J. VHAY
All day long wearing a mask of false
bravado, tryin' to keep up the
smile to hide the tears - But when
the mornin' comes, l get the
empty feelin' again. Tryin' to forget
you is just a waste of time. Baby
Each one of us observes this life in
his own special way. Two people
looking at one thing have different
things to say. Some folks can
never see the good no matter how
they try. And there are those who
find the sun however dark the sky.
JEFFREY A. wALToN
Don't look back - a new day is
breakinf It's been too long since I
felt this way. I don't mind where I
get taken, the road is callin' -
today is the day
JODY L. WATKIINIS
Slow down you're doing fine, you
can't be everything you wanna
be before your time.
- Billy Joel
History doesn't repeat itself, men
just make the same mistakes.
We thought we could change this
world with words like love and
. - iy.I
MELINDA JEAN WILLIAMS
SHARON ANN WILMOT
Young love - so strong, has never
been a part of me, young love -
hold on, we're feeling it now, is this
the way it's meant to be?
DONNA ELIZABETH WILSON
SUSAN LYNN WOODIN
If I leave here tomorrow would you
still remember me? For I must be
traveling on now, cause theres too
many places l've got to see.
- Lynyrd Skynard
MARLA DIANNE WOOLEY
Love is more than simply being
open to experiencing the anguish of
another person's suffering. lt is
the willingness to live with the
helpless knowing that we can do
nothing to save the other from pain.
PETER A. WRIGHT
This is the end, beautiful friend, the
end of laughter and soft lies. The
end of nights we tried to die. Can
you picture what it will be, so
limitless and free, desperately in
need of some strangers hand, in
a desperate land.
- The Doors
MICHAEL JOHN YORK
Sometimes I look to the future
Hoping to relive the past
Even though we won't be
Our memories will always last.
KELLY LEE ZARGO
One day far from now, we'll look
back through times blur, we'lI
remember yesterdays and the way
- Carolina Dreams:
DONNA MARIE ZENOBIO
A smile is such a little thing and
yet it means so much.
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With a steady hand . . . Take the picture already!
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Come on, hurry up! Oh, no! Not again
Work quietly and independently.
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Nicest Eyes: Biggest B.S.ers:
Sue Davis Frank Misericordia
David Theisen Mary Nolet
Most Likely to Succeed:
I wish to extend my personal
thanks to Mr. Schnepf, Mr. Nolan and
Brian Hawthorne for their individual
and sincere help this year. Another
round of thanks goes to all of the
editors whose help has been greatly
appreciated for making EXPRESSIONS
the best yearbook yet. Also, a speci
thanks goes to Laura Buckbee and Dav
Theisen for all of their help.
Congratulations are also in
order for the Senior Class of 1983
of their accomplishments
through the years. To all of my
friends and classmates I wish the
best of luck and happiness in the
Yearbook Remember Whens . . .
Wendy spent the night before her deadline at Doug's.
4:30 A.M. - sports section completed
2:30 A.M. - senior section completed
Wendy said, "Tony you had better sit down!"
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Andrea told Bob to TRY!
Cathy was home sick on her deadline with her pages. fLlrge to
Doug's picture had a spot on it and he yelled.
Tony kicked the cabinet twice.
We TRIED to sell ads for the yearbook?
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and then the money blew out the window?
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Friends of the Class of '83
Mario and Linda Batista
The Batista Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeBoy
Mabel A. Honan
Mr. and Mrs. David Cook and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Donald P Tutson
Liz and Howard Wallack
LouAnn laia and Sons
Barbara Mitchell and Tawny
. Joanne Lillis
Mr. Donald Fiftal
Mr. Bob Asman
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bouclier
Bonnie Jo Cheron
Joan D. Crews
Mr. Ken Doyon
Mr. 8 Mrs. George D. W. Ferris ll
s. C. Groeschner
Philip G. Hajjar
Mr. 8 Mrs. Rudolph E Hetzel
James R. Hilton
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James L. Lauer
Stephen P McGrath
Mr. 8 Mrs. John Nelson
J. Russell Nicolas
Mr. W Nolan
Jo-Ann H. Opulski
Douglas N. Packard
Luise G. Stevens
Elizabeth N. Thompson
Laurence l. Tripp
Mr. 8 Mrs. Donald Woodin
Mr. 8 Mrs. Angelo Leone Ev Family
Mr. 6 Mrs. Quinn Sowell 8 Family
Peaches and Herb
New Milford Music Center
Chaillou Flower Shop
A Little Witchery
Michael and Lisa Triscari
Mike Sweeney -- Class of '80
The Allan's, Jim and Mary
The MacNeal Family: Arnold, Betty,
and Arnold Jr.
Mrs. Ernistine Clark
Mrs. Maytham and Family
Slush, Doc, Buns, and "The Big Guy"
Mr. and Mrs. Jon L. Clow and Family
Mr. Peter Horeyseck
The Bossers Family
Mr. 8 Mrs. Charles Hawley
Mr. S Mrs. John Lindholm
Kenneth Grant Jr.
Al S Jake Ade
Mr. S Mrs. George Sterry
Mr. 6 Mrs. Merle D. Bailey
Ruth J. Helmus
Bob 8 Jane Dixon
Mr. 8 Mrs. Paul J. Mino
Mr. 5 Mrs. Lowell Hendrix
Mr. 8 Mrs. Richard Bouton
Filomena A. Genna
Mr. S Mrs. Dallas Reed
Mr. 6 Mrs. Robert Turhune
Mrs. Peter Flynn
Mr. 8 Mrs. David Jalbert
Jean 5 Larry Buoy
Bob S Vivian Cornell
Mr. 8 Mrs. George Haase 6 Family
Mr. 8 Mrs. Thomas Knoerl 8 Family
Mr. Glen R. Reynolds 8 Family
Mr. 6 Mrs. Gary Larson 6 Family
Mr. S Mrs. Anthony Rizzo 6 Family
Mr. 5 Mrs. Robert Stuart E1 Family
Ralph C. Craft
Mr. S Mrs. Robert Pitchard
Mr. S Mrs. Donna Pratt
Mr. S Mrs. Adolph Burkhardt
Drew S Kathy Gocken
Mr. S Mrs. Glenn E. Renzulli
Brenda S Christine Fried
Bob 8 Mandy Muro
Eric, Joy, 5 Jason Seibold
Michael 8 Donna Paribello
Amy Sue Peterman
Kerrie S Todd Tinelli
The Dodd Family
Bob 8 Donna Muro
Rich S Elaine Pasqua
Richard, Carol, S Eileen Mulhare
Wayne, Lynn, Joey, 8 Terry
Dave, Pat, Kevin, 8 Caroline
Jane, Terry, Kristin, 8 Scott Hickey
The Pekar Family
Tae Mercer Family
Gary, Mary, Ann, Donna, 8 Cheryl
Congradulations Class of '83:
Sherry S Tod Wheeler
William R. Johnston
Mrs. Merwyn Kraft
Sadler Aircraft Service
Mr. S Mrs. Shiffman
Mr. S Mrs. Stanley Kuzia, Jr.
Mr. S Mrs. Curtis J. Saari
Mr. 8 Mrs. Raymond E. McLaughlin
Jack S Cynthia Cover
Mary Jane de Boubon 8 Ferdinand
The Fetter Family
The Aquilina Family
Bonnie 8 James Hill
Aunt Lillian 8 Uncle Ronnie
Nancy Davis 8 Family
Mr. S Mrs. Gerald J. Nahley
The Watkins Family
Mrs. Maytham 8 Family
The Burkhardt Family
Mr. 8 Mrs. William Penniston
Mr. 8 Mrs. Walker Johnson
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