Newton North High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

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X V J N g s Xxx LET! 8 'T i., L Q Q It CLUBS 3' .3411 ' -.5 4 3 5 X ff' Sr Class Committee The Senior Class Committee of 1975-1976 proved to be an active and productive group. Led by Senior Class President, David Silk: Vice President, Richard Siltong Class Secretary, Anne Guineyg Treasurer, Charlie Biancig and Senior Class Advisor, Tom DePeter, the Senior Class Committee attracted a diverse membership. Senior Class Get-Togethers highlighted the many dances held in the cafeteria throughout the year. In the fall, the Senior Class sponsored such events as Apple Picking Day, the Motorcade, Soccer Day, and the Halloween Costume Contest. With the winter came the Senior Class breakfast and the Class dinner. Skating parties, a square dance, and of course, the Prom at the Chateau De Ville were also products of the 1975-1976 Senior Class Committee. .F.S. Ski Club The winter of 1975-76 was another great one for the Ski Club. Everyone enjoyed the trips, as they featured high spirits and low prices. The season was highlighted by the annual trip to Europe which, this year, was to the Austrian Alps. Also- featured were days at Sunapee, Sugarloaf, and weekends at Mt. Snow, Hogback and Haystack. The club's officers were President Karen Salem, Vice President Aline Sammut, Treasurer Jon Nor- ris and Registration Chairman Randy Gilboard. Stuart Rist was the faculty advisor. The A.F.S. Club serves to place high school students in foreign countries for an academic year. This year, two students, Norman Gau- det and Richard Jaffe are living in France and Belgium, respectively. The club also sponsors foreign students in America. This year Senior Pilar Gomez de la Vega from Spain is living in Newton while attending NNHS. i affix. 13 xg, x . iw 1 sa K . fr X. g ' s X u , Ai Math Team Contrary to popular belief, the War Games Club did not engage in combat each week on the football field. It was, however, one of the most original and unique clubs at Newton North. The club attracted a small but faithful group that as- sembled to play exciting games of strategy and mental agility. .,-- XA- War gf -, 4- . - Q This year's math team consisted of thirteen able and competitive math students who participated in five in- terscholastic meets during the year. With their two advisors, Jim Schreider and Ellen Raphael, the team, which is a part of the Greater Boston Math league, traveled to var- ious schools in the Boston area for competition with ten other math teams. The league consisted of teams from fourty four schools, and Newton North finished second in their first meet and continued to do well throughout the year. Each member participated and contributed to the team. Games I 5,1 4 zu..- will 4 I fa ff iiafii , 'Q ,.,,g,. All sections of the Biology club spent an active year. The organization provided a helpful training ground for the future biologists of NNHS. The Marine Biology section, led by Mr. Harold Wiper, busied itself in many areas of marine science. Various projects included dissection of fish, work of the "Save the Whale" petition, developing and maintaining a marine aquarium, ar- ranging for guest speakers, and many field trips. The Natural Sciences section, also di- rected by Mr. Wiper, studied the devel- opment and maintaining of animal and fish aquaria. The Greenhouse secton thrived under the direction of Mrs. Gretchen Ainley, and Ms. June Namias. The group cared for the multitude of beautiful plants growing in the school's greenhouse. Members learned how to propagate new plants. A major project was the healing, and in turn, selling of sick plants. The Premedical section was led by Ms. Margaret Moffett. The club attracted many students interested in pursuing the study of medicine. One goal of this year's group was to merge with the local Explorers Medical Post for various pro- jects. The Premedical section visited several local hospitals in order to exper- ience the many aspects and problems of modern medicine. W yrs. 4-its 1. 6 Biolog Club T712 but 0 , 0-3 dvvv Ulf! 5 lgig 5 E!!! 0 iwwmls Media Productions Have you ever wondered what is in the back of the library besides the stacks? It is the Media Center. This all-important department provides many ser- vices for the school. It satisfies the demands of both teachers and students who need projectors, cameras, and other materials for instructional uses. The center is run by Mr. Connolly and Ms. Goldman. They are in charge of training thirty-five to forty students who operate the audio-visual equipment. These students run the receiver for the wireless head- sets, process film and help to video-tape musicals. With the aid of these machines, gym students are able to recognize and correct their faults, from the gym- nastics floor, to the tennis courts. .5 38 5. Black Student Union xi x The Black Student Union is the only organization in NNHS designed specifically for black students. The "B.S.U. room" is open all day for black students to use in study or socializing. There is no structured membership in the B.S.U. All black students are welcome to attend meetings and use the room. Every September, a new council is elected. This year's council includes: Kim Burns - secretary, Kim Abrams - treasurer, Patty Hunter - asst. treasurer, Linda Silver - Adams House Rep., and Sharon Taylor - Beals House Rep. Miss Morrell and Mrs. Dover serve as faculty ad- Visors. Some of the original programs that the Union has tried to implement include: Soul Food dinners, Black films, and guest speakers. B.S.U. member Sharon Taylor summed up the Union's goals: "What we try to do is organize ourselves as the Black Student Union, so we can gain more recogni- tion within the school." : 5'-, lv . .Qt as .H ' , ' fr u 'Q .- x av f ' L-fi,-, 1 -. -.3 Q 4 OA A S 16 A 1443: v-1' 'fibf 'q-,ffw 1 1: rx A ,..f .Y . t fl -.uf -ds' iv. ii 55 :. 5.. U ,f '97i' Q 1 !. if lu. ima ' 'V ! 1 ..3i,Xffg :A ' A it vwgay fj '. . v Students Doug Jessup, Erd Silverstein, Donna Terranova, Doug J set, .hm Acheson, Steve Weingarten, 1alterna4 tivel were the elected rs of the 1975-1976 Student Faculty mstration Board. Faculty members were Mrs. Carol I-Iorgan, John Amoroso, Scott Guild, Nor n Gaudet, an' Robert Deluio. Jon Finn was elected st dent co- chairman and Libby Resnick as faculty co-chairrxrmrincipal Richard Mechem served as a honorary S member. men Katzeff was set!Qtary. - . . g .I 0 We SFA proved to b active and initiative rce. They dealt ' and efficiently with the issues that faced t igher degree of stude t participation highlig ed the gs irithe library every Wednesday morning. The SFA members broke intchsub-committees a looked carefully into issues before revisions or amendments were made. One of the main issues of the year was Ope A Campus. Member ked diligently to improve the ,Open'Campus program while abating vandalism. Other important issues in isqipline problem and the library situation. Working with t SFA strove to di ' m discipline code among the houses. They also worked at keeping the a o en for student .y I Throughout the sch: Student-Faculty Administration Board distinguished itself as an exciting and productive committee awareness of student and faculty needs. A ' y Language Clubs -. w ms N "'f,'f.,. ,Jus JI ' 'I g . .ur qc 0839 . at x V " l ,,. -- sl :LM h - Y f -' 1 When you see those delicious French pastries being sold on Main Street, you know the French Club is preparing for one of their fantastic trips. This year the fund raising efforts were geared toward their annual trip to Quebec and a day in New York City where they saw the musical Candide. The group had alot of spirit and was not bogged down in boring X-block meetings. More and more they have become a "do" club instead of a "well, let's talk about it" club. Their efforts have been enjoyed throughout the school with their Expo crepe sale and many bake sales during the year. Viva le cercle franciasl Where could you have gone for homemade, Italian pastries or a spaghetti dinner? To the NNHS' alian Club, of course! The eighty-six members were headed by a very ird-working group: President Stefano Falcone, Vice-President Richar 'ellegrine, Secretary Christine Smith, Treasurer Olivia Contrada, So..-i Chairperson Donna Diianvictoria, and Advisor Miss Maria Valone. The group did more than sell Italian food. They also went trick-or- treating and gave the candy to the Home for Italian Children. In the fall they sold stationary and had a huge Christmas party from the profits. The gleldication and enthusiasm of the students made the group very success- u . This year marks the end of a three year plan to train Russian 1's so that they could rise to the ranks of Russian 3's. Their program has been vigilantly followed by club members who have learned to be loyal, brave and disciplined. At the beginning of the year they fulfilled and overfulfilled their quota for the production of Blini. As a first event of the year, in the true spirit of socialist competition, members enthusiastically stuffed themselves with these scrumptious pancakes and jam. In the fall, Octobrists - a group of staunch supporters of our club - mobilized early in the morning to begin an arduous journey to Maine. Eleven members in one van, with sleeping bags, guitars and filled food chests, crossed the border into Maine without incident. They were later joined by a member who was reputed to be a high-ranking official. On Halloween, the club sponsored the 4th annual trick-or-treat romp. The members on this undercover assignment disguised themselves as the NNHS Russian Choir. They sang several Russian songs for the benefit of the patrons before breaking ranks and charging the doorway, bags open, to collect candy. During Expo Main Street, the Russian Stolovaya turned out to be a smash with the prols. A new streamlined system for selling Pirozhki, Borsht and black bread, was put into practice. Their shock-workers increased the production of Pirozhki 3205 over that of last year. Their group, tempered by three years of struggle at NNHS, is united through bonds of friendship, and dedication to comradery. As this year's Russian 3's depart, rest assured that like past alumni they will return year after year for events such as Russian dinners and the celebration of Easter. This year's Spanish Club adopted a child in Columbia. To raise money for his support, the club ran a very successful Tacos Sale. In the fall they went canoeing, and in the winter they took a cross-country skiing trip. During April vacation the club sponsored a trip to Mexico. The 1975-76 German Club has been one of NNHS' best. Under the leadership of Advisor Richard Clark and Co-Presidents Tom Skinner and Brenda Staley, The German Club planned a variety of social and cultural events. This included the annual Windjammer Cruise, reception for for- eign students, fondue dinner, soccer day, a ski trip, and an annual classical Music presentation. i' Mod Squad One of the more active special interest groups in the school, the Mod-Squad, consisted of four students, 1Mi- chael Segri, Peter Carmichael, Elihu Zeltserman, and Kurt Andersonl. They aided both teachers and students in the use of the computers and wrote computer pro- grams. The Mod-Squad is a work-study program for which, each year, four students receive academic credit and pay. They trained for jobs at City Hall and in Busin- esses. The programs also runs in the summer and about fifteen high school students participate. Psychology N1 The Psychology Club began in the spring of 1975. Led by Diane Cain and Jonathan Norris, meetings were held every other week when a variety of events were planned. Highlights included: a meaningful Christmas Party for the mentally retarded, tutoring of children at Bi- gelow Junior High, and guest speakers on Careers in Psychology and Clinical Psychology. The club had a good second year, though they were often busy estab- lishing themselves and making the club known throughout the school. It succeeded in gaining a repu- tation for being a full-fledged club at Newton North. Resolved: The Debating Club is a melting pot. Beginning the year with students disguised as stuttering statisticians, flailing wind- mills, mechanical mannequins and petri- fied palm trees all frantically searching through filecards for misplaced quotes and inappropriate data, the club has assimilat- ed itself into a group of true debaters lead by the brilliant, and courageous Dr. Gott- lieb. Debating i W l i l 1 4 F,---,-5---lp v i i3 i lf- . 591.5 Ping-Pong ---Q ... YV., . .ell 1 ill' ,Juana ' ,.,- I-----........,,,,, There is no lack of enthusiasm when the NNHS Ping Pong club is con- cerned. Devoted members carrying their prized paddles with them throughout the school day are a com- mon sight on Main Street. Ping Pong may not be a varsity sport, but that has never hindered the team spirit of the faithful sportpersons involved with the club. J XM A 4'Qb f' 2- 'I' Ham Radio In 1973, several Newton North High School seniors got together to form an in-school radio station. The goal was to broadcast during school hours, and to have its own FM frequency. The radio station became known as the Orange Broadcasting Company, OBC. Since then, the organization has become a ma- jor fixture within our school. OBC has a bi-weekly program on radio station WNTN. The show goes on the air Sunday afternoons at 4:00, and acts as a public service to the community and school. It provides news and sports from the Newtonite, entertainment, and a chance for students to become ac- quainted with radio methods. In school programming was a major goal of this year's OBC. Through much stu- dent participation, Orange Broadcast- ing has become a major aspect of NNHS. i15 :.-.1 range Broadcastin The Amateur Radio Club was experimental this year. During the year, they found enough interested stu- dents to make the club permanent. At Expo, the club exhibited an extensive demonstra- tion of world wide communications, featuring the HAM radio. An application to register the NNHS Amateur Radio Club with the F.C.C. had been filed, and the club expects to have a permanent station on the air from the school. Officers were President and Trustee Jim Idelson, WAIQJU and Vice President Arthur Grant, WAIRVZ. "'-'lix F' 'K' ' qv: ' ' fs r- or- r- :- Xgl . gg l rmenian Club C Armenians have been persecuted throughout history. They were victims of the first genocide of the twentieth century in 1915 by the Turks, and have been harassed all the way up to the present. As result, Armenians are unusually close to one another. We treat each other as brother and sister, even if we have never met. We formed the club to become even closer to each other, and to meet more Armenians. If EV 1 ...Qu NY - Hellenic Club The recently established Hellenic club had a mem- bership of 17, led by president Tanya Iatrides. Their purpose was to learn about Greek culture, ancient and present, and to give a "taste" of it to the rest of the school. The major event of the year was a "Greek Night," in which the group sponsored Greek food, music of the culture, slides of Greece, and belly-dancing. Baklava sales served as the ma- jor fund-raisers. 8 19 0 0 ...JJ Oriental Club It was the year of the Dragon, and the Oriental Club didn't let NNHS forget it. Led by Presi- dent Young Pak and advisor Ms. Adith Avery, the Club planned a party to celebrate the Chi- nese New Year. Fun was the main idea behind the Oriental Club's. The members, including secretary Diana Fai and treasurer Martha Moi, planned many successful skating and bowling events. They also had a Christmas party. They didn't forget that they needed funds to subsidize their activities so they sponsored a bake sale. The Oriental Club had some troubles getting started but they ended the year as a cohesive group. X1 All i House Councils V 0 Y. r asf--gf mfov, lin, The Barry House Council had a successful year. Co-chair- persons Joanne Ekizian and Ellen Woodward provided leadership along with five faculty advisors. A 50's record hop was sponsored along with Bacon House, an Expo booth and bake sales were all sponsored along with a rock and roll review with the Beals House Council. The Beals House Council continued to be one of the most active councils in the school. Weekly pizza, movies, Rocco and the Celestials, all were sponsored. Scholarships were given to needy Beals House Students and bake sales helped to raise money for Globe Santa. The council continued to run smoothly without any offi- cers. However, without responsible members like Larry Cedrone, Sue Gordon, and Sue O'Brien the council could not have been so successful this year. The Adams House Council, under the leadership of Bob Smith and Becky Eston and the advisorship of Stan Born- stein and Kit Ober, has reached new heights. In the past two years the council has become both popular and effec- tive with such projects as their annual hunger drive, Adams Apple Sales and Pretzels Sales at Expo and the smash sellout hit of "IT" the student-faculty talent show which returned in the spring of '76. From these efforts, the Adams House Council has been able to provide food and clothing for needy people and scholarships for Newton High graduates. What's more, the "' "' 'ill f ex an IM ua? A - ' - , i ,f . r J, A ., t- , f ' '7'5xq A uf ' "Will " " W K f 4 Q. ul I " Lv .4 people on the council have had fun. The Palmer House Council was not quite as active as some of the others. However, their efforts to beautify the Palmer House Commons Room with murals was a nice change. The Council also sponsored Expo Main Street and raised mon- ey for the House. The Council's revival was certainly good for the school and in the future this council will become even more involved at Newton North. The Riley House Council organized many activities this year. There were weekly donuts and coffee, the annual fall dance and the spring outing to Hopkington State park. Riley House Hickey and occasional ski trips also highlighted the year. There was also a scholarship find to help students in the house. ,. G.. E Faculty advisor Don Crowley was supportive to engertic proposals of President Rich Silton, Vice President Neal Krasnigor, treasurer Michelle Culbertson, and secretary Bruce Miller. The Bacon House Council was very successful with Presi- dent Kim Barres, V.P. Patti Woolf, treasurer Joan Dan- ziger, and secretary Katie Powell. A 14'year old Indian child was adopted and money was sent to him by the group. Money also went to scholarships and house activities. Special events included International Night, toys for tots last Christmas, a 50's dance, a baking contest and Celtics Day. The council enjoyed one of its most successful years. -+1-'jf . Domfigg ,img Orchsis an ,621 .1' ' in If coordination of body and mind, as well as grace and beauty, make dance as much of a sport as it is an art, then we can assume the members of Orchesis to be artists in their own ranks. Its major goal is to produce dancers: to introduce, experience and perfect their skills. By learning both technique and choreography - each girl choreographing a dance of her own - the girls can take a fundamental step, put it to music, and make it a work of art . . . practicing and working in the tradition of Newton High athletes and scholars. Most important, the members of Orchesis contribute an out-standing element in this institution's cultural aware- ness as well as conducting demonstrations at other high schools and a major production each spring. Orchesis means "dancing to perform." N as '-P "SJ X! X f ., XX -X' ,ff ' TT f X- g li so is . Newtonite The butt of many a joke around N.N.H.S., The Newtonite has gone through many changes over the past year. The award winning paper had one of it's best years and the articles have greatly improved in variety and content. For the serious reader, The Newtonite has proved to be an interesting and informative school newspaper. Through all the ribbing, The Newtonite has steadily become a more accurate and complete paper. It continued to suffer from an occasional embarrassing misprint and is continually struggling to stay out of debt. Hopefully. Hopefully, through this year's learning experiences, the printing of the paper in school, and an increased circulation will lessen if not eliminate the problems. For next year, the goal will be all printing in school and increased issues. The sports staff has done a stand-up job this year, while the feature staff has done a good job reviewing school events and an occasional out-of-school event of interest. The news analysis staff has done well covering many of the pressing issues on and around Newton North such as the Teachers' Contract, S.F.A. elections, the asbestos contraversy tagainl and many more. Special credit should be given to the hard work and persistence of Editor-in- chief Frank Stearns and Photography Editor Bob Stern. ia- 'Q 5 pg E uf 'Hilda 42. -ur wa Law .Will 4-.5 ,HSM IN ,. , . 'tive' O U r G...- I XS n - S Thoughtprints, Newton North's art and literary magazine, turned over a number of new leaves this year. The magazine is partially funded by the school, but this year Thoughtprints became pro- gressively more self-sufficient and began saving substantial amounts of money. Some of the money- saving devices, such as typesetting and some print- ing in school, also served to make the magazine more independent. Another improvement was the use of advertisements rather than patrons. The most significant improvement, however, was the approach towards art and literary submissions. The desire for a more general representation was a definite improvement over last yearls elitist atti- tude. Next year, Thoughtprints hopes to become entirely self-sufficient and broaden its appeal even further. This year's staff was headed by Ally Perry - Fac- ulty Advisorg Carol Bendall and Bill Hochberg - Editors-in-Chiefg Claire Whoriskey and Cheryl Ja- cobs - Literary Editorsg Marcia Rosenbaum - Art Editorg and Patty Green - Publications Edi- tor. The staff was one of the largest ever and in- cluding three students from Murray Road. x T . A ,,. 40' DEPI-KRT E TSI ..- ' -- s'eg1Qp5.?fw.-....'-sn, - f, -,i,1..E ::,VQ,f,f,.,5f,,1 , iff, ,gi 1 - " Q' f.v'f'- 5-. ',','1'J,.1 ,.-1'C',- 41 ,?Yl,' A - -H21x,QzjE,f1iWf L .--,'- I..-lj V Teil, A .-jf .yr -V .jf - ,lf 'f 1' fl f ' 4 , up 'win '4 - 56 -7.5. Q O .XG RICHARD W. MECI-IEM H PRINCIPAL Q 0 . X W RICHARD SCI-IERR - OPEN CAMPUS CO-ORDINATOR 'Lp ATWOOD P. DUNI-IAM - ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS TANT HELEN MANSON NORMAN R Y A N Q .an MICHAEL 3 PUC? '-BEUUCIDPCJ RICHARD CUZOUIP FF? EDWARD ZPZ'-8775011 UJZBPUP MDG DANFA if 'Ni .2 - . , 3 '-5 -vqfx .11 . ' 1 A 9 . ,pt QI , ! N -5 . . TL , w 'J E MRS. ESPOSITO MRS. DIRUSSO MRS. 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Cena. 5 1arfp!a,6.::' , '1'p'..'.ffQn.o: RAY STEPHENS Social Studies JOHN AMOROSO LESLIE BEDFORD M GRANGER BROWNING DONALD CROWLEY L PAULA EVANS PAUL GOTTLIEB Q HELEN KALIVAS CAROL HORGAN RON BOUCHER NANCY DELLMUTH SCOTTIE GUILD DIANE HANDSPICKER ALLAN MACDOUGALL MIKE MORRIS 1 03 I TIM MURNAME Uh Q RICHARD REID f.: rvix 425' KIT OBER ROXANNE PERLMUTTER -q-p-.--4-- IQ., A JOHANNA ROSS GAIL STEIN PAUL SULLIVAN ERNIE WIGHT RICHARD WINES NED ROSSITER 15 .4 J USTINE KENT-URITAM 1 DAVID GEIKIE DEBORAH GERSTEIN CHRIS JONES Science VIRGINIA FANO LYNN FREEMAN ff ffxf' DAVID BELMARSH FRANK D'AGOSTINO RICHARD COMEAU GRETCHEN AINLEY TM' - N.: : , ' T " flu- - u A Y -4 , , STUART RIST '18 FRANK SPITZER x, ' . xyxh i GEORGE MARTINS - F A Q JD MONTY WELLS fx RUTH FERNANDEZ ROBERT MALONE RACHEL SHERIDAN HAROLD WIPER KAREN SIMAT JOHN MILNE RUSSELL STEINERT L I 70 1,.. W ni VIRGINIA COX . X i v , A4146 A J -4 v I ,'a' .- 0 ' I I . I 'wi-of ' .55 . A - Z ',-' ' I 2 Q '10 "fi ' . . U 'T ' i ' li. -'. 4. 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Q Q ww- M- . 117 nil 1-.. 8532? i TERRI BRYANT o GARY GOOD M lj S l C SAUL STERN DAVE JOHNSON HENRY LASKER RAYMOND SMITH W ll LLOYD SHULTZ DAVEDA MOVITZ 5753.5 5 ,f 1 - 0- .Cv ' - Il Eg 1 ii t X ' S JEFF SILVERTHORNE MICHAEL EITH ERIKA SHISHOLM I , - JULIA CRADLE twang.,- Qs ff, X X-,,--""""u ' Y I nf ,1.....-- W Ix vm! JUDITH DAVIDSON RUTH FRAZIER LINWOOD GATLEY DEBORAH GETROST GEORGE JESSUP ff 4.4 43 ,W 's PAM JONES JAMES RONAYNE tsl liwlh blunsl HWY! M xvhl -- :-an JUDITH LEVINE BEN MERRITT I4 '. A7 Q 1,,f,, If . , ,. TOM WILLIAMS FRED YAITANES Physical Education L- Librar mi .--14 4 .1 r wt n. ,... 1,513 L' I 01 'M . . ' -Q . ' 'H 1 , , 1 l X , A , . Q wx f -f ,H A ' J' I-' . Y' ' ' 3' 'JY 15313 - f fzf""x." f' . 'Q' . ' - W1 ' I' .f ' "' " . 0 -31 My ' ""-. gf, fl ' - 22: 'T' yaffz 'ff DOROTHEA NABSETH EDWARD BEATTY Quan BELLE GILBERT SHIRLEY AHERN L, H1- 3 I V' V 'I' 3 31. BETH GOLDMAN A' . L, ml rs rv' fl ,ff-. I ,X JOHN SCANLON Ll!! -KJ JOSEPH CONNOLLY R S-41 5 .xg HENRY BISSEX Home Economics KATHLEEN HENIGHAN ' L 46 1 M f ' 1 V , f - vu... , - ' V 52' ., , ..+ , 'f,,f"""'?lf f . - 'L '-s- ' 1 ' H. ff-M f y DOROTHY SHRIBER CAROLYN WOODBURY E 'C-'V' ROBHRTA BLACK 4? Guidance "7i MICHAEL BOWER SARAH DANZIGER N W Rn. 'Q B l , E .f .. .A 1 , X' 9' Ak 1 "Q A ROBERT OEIOLIO SAMUEL GRAINGER N A W V N R H i W 3 A I V 1 . R9 , ' A A I A ROBERT .JACKSON BEVERLY LOGAN ,IACQOELYN LONIAN 1: A L 1 1 78 Y .jan PETER MACKIE CHARLAYNE MURRELL MAUREEN PROKOPY 1 DORINTI-IE SACKS JAY SNAPE ARCHIBALD STARK E 'xx ,Q . Vg ' wx" I - . Xt, . 1 1 Att? A sq Y' ' - U MYRA TRACHTENBERG ANNE WOLF BRENDA YANOFSKY 1 Technical LOUIS CAMPBELL CHARLES DAY GERALD HEGARTY I ORRIN BRAWN RICHARD BURKE I 5 I 1 Vocational 2 FRANK CIONTI Y P Xi 1 l 1 I ALFRED DIPOLI WILLIAM DOHERTY STANLEY GARDNER , I I 'Q O R CHARLES MACLEOD THOMAS MANGAN H. WARD MANGHUE Y: PAUL MOORE PATRICK NICHOLAS WILLIAM PARMENTER ANTHONY PENTA 1 'INR I X -L NICHOLAS PENTA ERNEST REPPUCCI JOSEPH RYAN EDWARD SAHAGIAN CHARLES STEVENS JAMES SULLIVAN NORMAN SWERLING CHARLES TEXEIRA SAM VISCO EDWIN WEIST STANLEY WOLASZEK I x ,1- -1 2 --11' ...J All 'll"" STM ff' fa, ,aff 1 liii' Transition , -A Transition, Newton North's senior alternative program, has had a rewarding year. In its second year the program attracted a more diverse group of students than the previous year. On the second weekend of school, the 32 students and their leaders, Mike Morris and Ron Boucher, embarked upon a weekend-long "survival experience" on Falmouth's Washburn Island not knowing quite what to expect. The first semester in Transition was devoted to fund raising, academic preparation, and the actual planning for the second semester's out-of-school projects. Some of the major fund raising activities were: rummage sales, the Transition store, formerly operated by Bacon House: and most notably the back breaking woodcutting project of month-long duration. The heart of the program consisted of leaving school to participate four separate projects each of individual significance. The first module, social service, included work in a mental institution, in child care centers, and with the elderly. Next in line, the urban module was an investigation of various aspects of the city. Some of the areas explored were government, transportation and some of Boston's ethnic and religious communities. Transition students then chose one or two occupations of interest. People elected to study farming, apprentice with a weaver or fisherman, journalism and numberable other fields. Last, but certainly not least, was a two 'week wilderness expereince, a canoeing and hiking journey in the wilds of Maine. Preparation in first aid and survival skills, in addition to intensive physical training were extremely helpful. However, it was the fortidude and perserverance of all those involved which carried them to their victory over the elements. As was hinted at the beginning of the year, Transition was a "total learning experience". All of the groups' endeavors involved commitment, hard work and cooperation. Transiton is an experience which its members will never forget. fi' ,,. E ,.":l 11. . Bm. , pf : 4 1 r. "3" H ' If '7f, 1477, Murra Road One of the inovative options in Newton North, is the Mur- ray Road Annex, a unique concept in individualized educa- tion. Now in its ninth year Murray Road is a nationally known alternative school, using a democratic system where important matters are decided in all-school meetings. In september the General Meetings build a schedule for the coming year. This year we had 11 weeks of classes, 6 weeks of mini-courses, and special alloted time for modules and internships. Other added attractions were BAGLES CBe- ginning Acedemic Group Learning Experiencesl, an all school trip to Geneve Point New Hampshire, an alumni party and dance featuring Third Rail, and various other group activities. n .4' ,gn V 0' I ' ,4. -r ' yy . cqrs-""" 1 gd t, an li" ,'f" rg 3 a YI..-f 'Q ' ff x- 'S ff-giffrfg 15144 -we-1 r ' vpn' WIP u u I n MII 5 f at 44? Qf .95 - 79'-x. SCHOOL SPIRIT? SP-IR-IT, yea Newton High! Not an uncommon sound at a Newton football game. The handful of students who do bother to attend the high school sports events seem to exude much enthusi- asm. However, they are but a handful and, when they exit the stadium, they leave their "yea Newton's" be- hind. One begins to wonder whether the spirit is part of the fan or part of the event. Although the die-hard fans seem to form a high school community at games, during an average school day it is non-existent. Virtually no one attends open meetings, people vote only when a friend is running for office, and there are many athletic, social and cultural events which the majority of the student body is totally unaware of. Students are unhappy with many aspects of the high school, and yet they do not speak up or even support those who do. Consider how different it would be if the overwhelming apathy was replaced by real enthusiasm, the kind that produces change. The result would be a better school and a closer community. 4a. i LEk1,'i"1 y . " 875 x 'fszygg r-- 3,,a'5, 5 QV , 1- 4 qi Hn ugh 15: - ..w..,45,,..' We Are Sorry Z' 'I dv 36 P' I w V K E 5 Pl 1 .-3 ,a-in I V'-fd? 'H Nh 4 xiii in. av "ik . ty by sm, '53-'ia ffl 1 'X r Z 'Pi'5-353245-if.Pf442'hbrfr?FE' ,ff X I' 2 54' 1 ,pf- K 4 ff4f , I 41 it 243 qu. 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Although the team did not advance as far in the Eastern Massachusetts Tournament as they did last year, they could not have had a more rewarding season, for Coach Williams' new techniques and inspiration will surely have an effect long after the season has ended. One of Coach Williams new strategies was to use four fullbacks, which forces the opposing team's offense to move towards the outside. Co-Captains, Mark Vassalotti, and Doug Jessup along with forward Ahmad Ali Hashi were the nucleus of this most dynamic team. A- 5--A-x I U , K. 'ug---i Y ,L ' -9,1 .il ' -. if., -0 54? 4' 25511344 :QI A A Q92 FBT' - - . 4 4 ' yi? wi: N A ' , - Q. .K if -' Klint- y S .. '53 14,9 J, 'f' ., . . v - , I X" ' 14 Q fwmf' - .- .N x W I .ig -L5 1 g-'fl A ' and .rvx ','. g Y 5 .L ' fi: ,A .digg L. ig--ff' . First Row, Left - Right: Howie Silversteing Doug Mooreg Joe DeLorenzog Lenny DiPaolog Gordie Mooreg Mark Vassalotti, Co-Captaing Doug Jessup, Co-Captaing Jon Wishg Billy Zanig Jon Gaudetg George Santig Phil Edwardsg Second Row, Left - Right: Eric Anoulah, Ass't. Coachg Bernie Flanagan, Ass't. Coachg Steve Vonag John DeMambrog Jon Pendergastg Steve Sandlerg Ahmed Hashig Kenny Hagerstromg Billy Shulmang David Teplowxg Rich Siltong Jim Meyersg Donato Mazzolag Bob Casperg Tom Williams, Head Coach. Missing.' Billy Gerlachg David Berquist. Y ,Y-X R L .4 ix Sy., Soccer INC vi-A Asvwln ill' . . -O" -.- 1 42: 'V' I-. M ,J pa.. 9-jxwf:-. '.1.3 n ' QQ'-f.i'!"-:W :A :Ji 1 - Y. . A 1535232-Q , ' 'N' ' ' 'jawn " X 'ffl ,.?'.-QL ' z mlfn .., . f I 5 l A l l o I o o Girls Swimming .g.r"'-' k V ... I I K " ' ' n . yr' .A 'fl' W, I - was .2 -6-fa 2-fi' 4- 1 What makes a good Girl's Swim Team? A great coach like Mr. Merritt who can put a good team together. The lively entertainment at each practice of senior Beth Ryan. The constant encouragement and back up of Ms. Kent-Uritam. The super commitment of every swimmer boosted by Co-Captains Mary Mulvaney and Patty Higginst After each year of competition the Newton North High Girls Swim Team continues to prove the statement that experience and winning comes with time. This year was again a triumphant season for the team which finished their season with an impressive record of 8-2. The team ended the season in third place in the suburban league. Some of the high points of the season were the close victory over Medford, who they had lost to during both previous seasons, and their sweeping victory over arch rival Newton South. The team also defeated North Quincy, Weymouth and Cambridge all by a wide margin. Newton's two losses of the season were to the strong teams Brockton and Brookline. Some of the outstanding swimmers of the year were Beth Ryan iseniorl, who placed second in the suburban league meet, Co-Captain Mary Mulvaney, who placed second in the backstroke in the suburban league, and Co-Captain Patty Higgins. Sophomore Katey Green did an outstanding job in both the freestyle and butterfly. Diver Rose Castagnino had a good season, scoring high in each meet. This years' Suburban league meet was hosted by Newton, who had an excellent preformance. Both the medley relay and the 400 freestyle relay placed first. With the return of many of its' members the Newton team should continue to improve their performance. ' --P' 'twvv -1-- Front Row Left - Right: Beth Fuchsg Katie Greeng Brenda Youngg Therese McSweenyg Patti Higgins, Co- Captaing Mary Mulvaney, Co-Captaing Beth Ryan Sr.g Janet Collinsg Rosemary Castigninog Linda Pohlmang Benn Merritt, Coach. Second Row Left - Right: Sue Bloomg Beth Ryan Jr.g Tammy Scottg Renee Antonellisg Ellen Leventhalg Donna Catinog Kim Barresg Helen Hollandg Mary Ellen Nugentg Lisa Spencerg Laura Parpartg Justine Kent-Uritam, Ass't. Coach. Third Row Left - Right: Karen Foxg Marcia Pattersong Susan Cullisong Beth Millerg Patty Ryang Michelle Burgessg Donna Brodieg Ann Mulcahyg Becky Youngg Sandi Yukesg Carrie Goreng Missing: Lynn Badeng Libby Orzack. Vi' l' wa -A n A T2-gan, . M V, 'La w 45 H-ffm ' 1 'y V Ai '47 gj?1f.u,. '- as a-'ri-It .. ':. , I iw 31.34 A V. - Q 4- - .E,5'.?Vv . wg 111132, ' .,,f . f!5fKi?in?..f my ii?-gM'.4,ifr-QA ' ' WF J ka, 1, , , tug. im H' ,1,":, Zh' , " iT Nfl af., L fill v -iw jsp. -J, UUA, 'Ha rg ll iff' l 4 1, 'U' K NDI. I NEVTU ,En ,nun ' norm? HURT? yrwrg, ,fl Ngwn l F5"U lun! Bottom Row, Left To Right: Susan Kreider, Co-Captalng Karen Sudby, Co-Captaing Second Row, Left To Right: Elaine Chin, Bootsie Chon, Peggy Tenantg Kathy McCal- liong Judy Seltzerg Karen Stifterg Third Row: Ms. Judy Davidsong Coachg Maria Bradyg Yvonne VanBodengraven, Carol LeConti, Cheryl Bartley. ' Tl j ' Wg. P" X' ,F fllfff J' 1 . ' f'1i.1 re 4, I' Viiqn 4. .4 gm.: "Nt .11 +15 4 ML' .' 1 ,g.. ' 1 ' 'e H 'finif' mf' : f ff-lf' tlklazi Q1 i 'Liz' Firin- - with ' 'A , 4 I-"' f" ,-P". Ll ' s The team's success can be attributed to cooperative effort combined with the individual skill of all its members. Some of the outstanding players of this season were Co-Captain Susan Kreider, the leading scorer of the team, Co-Captain Karen Sudby, Peggy Tennant, and defenseman J-udy Seltzer. if -e- "" '--.,,,.,1v-f M N21 ":::ffs NN K H 'LQ x in X XY frlzbh 72' gs xi lk - The team was defeated by Hingham in the first game of the State Tournament by a score of 1-0. Even without Shawn Collin, Newton played an excellent game and there is much hope for another successful season next year. A y gash any 1 .'l -f -i f Cross Countr . lq. -1 P GP. -ff . 'tif' X .5.-3 I .1 A K4 7 .V Hg ' i .t 2 1, 'ff no . ' Jw 5 1-nn?-v -w 45' . 5.4 . . pd' ,Q Q-0? -v -,p-..-'- C -is - .Ag- - ,, -111' QM1 . J, ,ibn-all' JA ,-,..4 i . ,...i , f' ' .4 97 First Row, Left - Right: Jim Friedellg Rich Schilder, Co-Captain Ben Like. Second Row, Left - Right: Joseph Connolly, Coach Garde Wellsg Reggie Priceg Duncan Scott, Co-Captaing Eric Moran Howie Pierce: Third Row, Left - Right: Bill Rizerwg Steve Duttoni Tony Pahegiang Russ Garaging Matt Fitzgibbong John Sales. Miss- ing: Marc Laredog Andy Klubockg Mitch Katzman 1 Coach Joseph Connolly knew that this was a year to rebuild for the future. What he didn't know was that he was in for a pleasant surprise. With only one first string senior returning, this was a young and inexperienced team. The lone senior Rich Schilder along with Barry House junior, Duncan Scott provided strong leadership as co-captains. They proved to be the top performers on the team. Scott finished the season with seven out of nine first places and a very respectable third place in the Suburban League meet. The team earned a fine winning record of six wins and three losses. That little extra "push ", Coach Connolly believes, is what gave them the edge in some meets that could have gone either way. Two track meets in particular that stand out in Coach Connolly's mind are the thrilling victory over Quincy by three points and the miraculous decision over Waltham by one point. q ill, . ,gi L we 1 2' i 5 a u I.. The Girl's Cross-Country Team had a difficult season. A record of three wins and five losses placed them fourth in the Suburban league standings. The team was also ham- pered by the absence of Co-Captains Cindi Hines and Kathy Kaufman, and star runner Ann Fitzgibbon, for part of the season. Ann Antonellis, Laura Buxbaum and Becky Wilson contri- buted much spirit to the team effort. They showed up every afternoon ready to run eight miles, and gave the team a lift in morale. The outlook for next year looks promising. Eight girls will be returning for another season, and there are some enthu- siastic sophomores. if i L. , I nm ' fl Q1 , xx I ll I 4- in If 'I W 9 7 v , 1 PT. .X wr' N54 lit' A .n, 'if' .. .41 . D- 'fi . Y ,A I -'lf 5 , 1 'Fisk' Q 'FE fi '1' .i'-" 1 ,N Nqr! O I bt ' ,HL -ff . Q3 451 5 ,rxffg XX. VS x-x , . ,vt Q 'fic P I an and fx A Lg- . bm V g in Q10 45" -4 I N 3' .' ' 57.9" gl' Y--U fx' ' ' ' 30 9 . I . Q Y 'kv-V 9 xg . I : . ' P 'S E- f+xs I e v, S 'ui """ -f +"f ' 2 wa' v V ns. .1 'N 'fp f i X ' x an 'W 3 vi ,f X- 'wx If' 5 1 7, 'JK' I I . ,V .. nh fam-l L' -"' f 55.3. TT ef! - ,lmwx -4,112 41 x ':.q ,yj -1 ., -ryw fi gif! -54 F14-1 , , - . Newton 15 FRAMINGHAM N0 NEWTON 15 Medford Newton 19 BROCKTON NEWTON 13 Weymouth No. Newton 12 QUINCY NEWTON 0 NO- Quincy Newton 7 BOSTON LATIN NEWTON 12 Weymouth So. NEWTON 15 Waltham Newton 6 BROOKLINE Final Record 8-2 First Row, L. To R: Joe Pepper, Brian O'Halloran, Mike Sinesi, Bruce O'Leary, Ned O'Halloran, Steve Cononico, Donny Morrell, Craig Hill, Dennis Fuller, Frank Pescosolido, Ray Rist, Andy Morog. Second Row, L. To R: Phil Mastoianni, Steve Marchessault, Jerry Murphy, Ned Flynn, Billy Cullison, Chuck MacPherson, Greg Pappas, David Keefe. Third Row, L. To R: Jimmy Vizakis, Doug Smith, Joe Dalton, Mike Keene, Neal Johnson, Kevin Hinchey, Jimmy Acheson, Mario Luchetti, Kevin Jones, David Bracken, Dave Dunegan, Fourth Row, L. To R: Bob Donehue, Steve Flemming, Rich Proia, Mike Poplack, John Riley, Mark Rosenberg, Mark Barisano. Through all the rain and injuries, this year's Newton North Football team had a surprisingly successful season. 1975 was to be a rebuilding year for the Tigers. Yet, from the first game at Framingham North, when Newton won 15-6, the team grew stronger and stronger. After two successful victories over Medford and Framingham No., Newton faced Brockton, our toughest rival. Anyone who had doubted Newton's ability up to this point had to review their opinion. Newton triumphed 19-0, and many "critics" walked away with eyebrows raised. Against Weymouth North, the Tigers lost one of their finest players, Ray Valente. Junior Jim Acheson did a fine job in his place. A dismal, rainy Saturday saw Newton suffer a disappointing loss to North Quincy, 28-O. Some thought this to be Newt0n's end, but the Tigers proved them wrong. They won the next four games, including a 15-10 sea-t squirmer over Waltham, one of the season's finest games. Thanksgiving: What can we say? The stands were jammed with enthusiastic fans as we met our traditional rival, Brookline. With the Suburban League title at stake, Newton displayed all its talent as they held Brookline to a scoreless tie. Who can forget when the defensive line held their offense from scoring, not twelve inches from the goal line? In the tie-breaker, Newton scored first, but missed the extra point. Although they played magnificently, the defense could not prevent Brookline from scoring. They did convert the extra point, and Newton was defeated. The team can only be proud of their season. Much of the team's success can be attributed to the fine coaching of Mr. Norman Walker. The seniors, led by Co-Captains Steve Cononico and Donny Morrell were the backbone of the team. Sophomore Steve Flemming and Junior Mario Luchetti will be assets in the future. r K x X N u N yf ,. 1 .. P ,.-5 ik" The Starting Line-U x .A .as A Z Q 1 ' g iff. . JV! HC ,,...f"" Volleyball is a sport which demands the combining of individual skill and team work to produce a strong team. This years' team was young with four starting sophomores, Marybeth Whitaker, Patty Conelly, Ruth MacDonald, and Susie Jacobson. Unlike their tough competi- tors in the Suburban League, Newton started the season with a fresh team whose players had no experience working together. The team possessed a great amount of skill, but had its problems in putting it altogether. The team finished the season with an overall record of four wins and ten losses and a league record of two wins and ten losses, placing last in the Suburban League. The Junior Varsity had a better season finishing with an overall record of eight and six. The team's toughest matches were agains the fine fine teams Brockton, Brookline ,V and Cambridge Latin. Their two wins in the league were against North Quincy. The team ended the season on a good note, with a close victory over the faculty who were aided by Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee. Although the team had a losing season there is much hope for next year. With many players returning, headed by co-cap- tain Becky Eston, experience will be the key to next year's squad. As Varsity coach Jay cradle said, "Next year, undoubtly they will be tough". 121 . .-Nw A Girls' Gymnastics . Y ' 5' .ip Q ' A l,'.A"."' l -if-H 151 , fi ff V L My , Aix 1 I- XSL A. ."A : '-'I ,.-. l A' 5.39 - l , .,-..-1 in..c..pQA 4---c- - ""'--'- ' GIRLS GYMNASTICS: Front Rau KL To R2 Diane Marchioni. Kinley Morrill. Lori Boskin, Johanna Wish Middle Rou' KL To R1 Linda Blouin, Veronique Douchet. Mary Beth Whitaker, Paulette DuBois, Victoria Floyd fmanagerl, Julie Boskin lmanagerl Back Row IL To R2 Miss Doolittle fasst. coachl. Bootsie Schon, Judy Goldenberg, Robin Jordan, Nichole Snow, Susan Green lcaptainl, Kathy Goldwait imanagerl, Betsy Bassett, Kim Threadgold, Ronna Rosenblatt, Miss Pam Jones tcoachl. The Girl's Gymnastics team was a very young and inexperienced team with 70 fb of its members being sophomores. The team ended the season with a losing record of 3-4 but the development and improvement of each individual and the team throughout the season was good. The team had a glum start losing their first two meets to two strong Weymouth teams. The team then went on to win their next meet by a slim two point margin over an undefeated Waltham team. Brookline was too strong for the Newton gymnasts. But they were able to raise their record to 3-3 with wins over both Quincy teams. In their last meet of the season, Newton had it's best performance raising it's team score up 10 points, yet they were unable to beat the powerful Brockton team. Next year the team should have an outstanding season with all of it's members except captain Susan Green returning. Returning outstanding members are Paulette DuBois, Kinley Morrill, Kim Threadgold, and Johanna Wish. YO.. Q-, Q. mfr"-1 9 ' ...I ' . ,ILA O 5 6 4. 0 3. -"fr 131- . " "H 'W mx .ap-49 and-h fy a. ca Am ea gr- f 9 . l go. 3 3. .Z 3: , Q .1-M. . A--M ---s-Q 18 ai I ' I 3 -i.,,,,,i ni ' i' 9 W !?"'-1+ 1...1' - . I f ,. ,. Q ky--H . I .46 W M l gf: ,4 .. 2 ,, 55 M , 4017. w-A 'V-'La , 'wan A , Y, 'lv 'Un ,. 'mv kg., at af " Q -f - JA. .- .MW- V ,53?5w:f?2f6f' .Q-'WWQ if l G -.,. ...... .,, , R w.4.,,,d 54'-gg: I A. . ff'-N-....,,,.,.,,MA D -5-ff. 1 I j . 'g25V.:w:'fz3f, 3 , ., ,Q Qqlyg Q 'W il' 'FE YI? x vOl9V'fa'1 1,1 mam H' ww sf' ix' V' , . .. M15 s i. - L -.V ro-5 ' L b ' . 'A X inn ' I U7 . ...- L f f ' , , .Luau J. .,. 'if ,f., ...Q-.os , fn-4 e v. :tl RW ,A WI LL - V. ' Q , Q :FEW . ' , - ,.,,3.4..-, ...I 0... wh- 1 a , 1 A ' ' I., -9 ,,..'-I - lm Q N... .,-uv-va -1-up ,I , 3' V' '.Wx..,, 5 ,Q . ' A ' ,Tk uf- m,,!6nr.WU"' 27' '? ve? ' Boys' G mnastics vw ru ff-'T at r 1 Gymnastics is a sport which involves grace, flexibility and strength. A gymnast, unlike players in other sports where the player has to learn the techniques of one game, must orient himself with six different events, vaulting, high bar, parallel bars, floor exercise, poma horse and map, all of which demand different skills. This year the Newton High Gymnasts had a fine season finishing off with a 6-4 record. Their only setbacks in the Surburban league were to two strong Brockton and Brookline teams. The improvement throughout the year was tremendous, with both individual and team scores increasing greatly each meet. In the Suburban league meet Newton High had a good showing with individuals winning six medals. Junior John Femino places 3rd on high bar and 4th of floor and parallel bars. David Mitchell took 5th on floor and 3rd all around. Co'Captain Clarke Texeris placed 3rd on vaulting. Although the team will be losing strong gymnasts C0- Captain Steve Hodgen and Clarke Texieria, and junior David Mitchell, next year's team looks promising with the four juniors, John Femino, David Randell, Peter Hurwitz, Tony Dagastino and sophomores Bobby Collins, Brian Douchette, Bobby Fulton and Franz Veligir. hw- vs? ,x rw lj, - Rlflery Riflery is a sport that has been obscured by the popularity of other sports at Newton High. The team practicing and competing in the basement at the Newton armory remains unseen by students. Yet the riflery team is here and did compete this season finishing with a 2-7 record. The team won both of its first and last meets, and suffered many meets in between. The team was lead this season by Co-Captains Steve Danforth and Vincent Cortina and Junior Mike Crocetta. Riflery is one of the two co-ed sports at Newton High with one female competi- tor, Nancy Kell. ff? Lv Ski Team Y' f I In its second year as a varsity sport, the N NHS ski team earned a 6-6 record in a shortened season. The team had slalom meets against such teams as Franklin, Wellesley, Waltham, Newton South, Milton, Walpole, and Westwood. Meets were held at Prospect Hill in Waltham. Unfortunately, after a promising start, the snows failed to come and rains severely damaged conditions so that many meets had to be rescheduled of cancelled. Coaches were John Fernandes and his assistant, Debra Gerstein, and cross-country captain was Beth Ryan. The downhill program was led by Bob Cooper and Shawn Wha- len from the Waterville Valley racing program. Josh Ezrin from Cannon played an integral role, along with Lori Schlager and Wendy Collins. Waterville Valley gave the team the most racers with representation from Cooper, Whalen, Jon Norris and Wen- dy Collins. Next year the team will be very strong with returning members Whalen, Beth Avery, Martine Culbertson and many promising sophomores. K7 Newton 114 Newton 114 Newton 114 Newton 246 Newton 246 Newton 245 Newton 227 Newton 227 Newton 227 TEAM RECORD: 5-4 1 WALTHAM NEWTON SOUTH WELLESLEY MILTON FRANKLIN WALPOLE WELLESLEY NEWTON SOUTH MILTON 'Sw J ' 1 Boys' Swimming Record breaking! Those were the words used most when talking about this year's swim team. During each meet a new school record or two were set, as Coach Benn Merritt's squad compiled an impressive 10-2 record. Only losing to powerhouse Brockton in the second meet of the year kept the Suburban League crown from the Tigers. In piling up more than 100 points five times, the team showed tremendous balance and finished in second place with a 6-1 league mark. Leading the way for Coach Merritt were senior co-Capts. John Wish, who qualified for the states in the butterfly, and Steve Schaefer, who went to the states in the freestyle. Other strong performers who represented Newton North in the state meet were seniors John Mulvaney Cbackstrokei, and Paul Higgins ffreestylelg juniors Mark Jackson Cfreestylel, Doug Jasset ffreestyle relayl, and next year's captain Bill Zani ibreaststrokel. Swimming has only been a varsity sport at Newton North for 3 years, but this year's team, led by many third year members, proved to be the best team yetg and returning members Zani and Jackson, along with many promising under classmen, give this team a bright future. ,gl 1 P' D -g . - XX Sli. x . N X. s . N 5. Yi-Klip .,,,Q -5,8 g -5, sq. -..-Q., 5 ..-.. ,v us i -'14 f'!?'W' 1 1 s v an-f --' 91 "mu xfil.. 51 .ff ' . ,anQnawvf" f' :JM 5 K 'ia ,B uw ',- .f . ' L --"' X ff? wir 4, ff! ,, , 9 .5 0 ' 4' ' Q ' X. 1- Z.. A I A A in 'f',"'x?sg3'.,f.1:l2f" - - , . K , . .,- .,,,.1.31'-rv , '. , vp 1- r'Ngux,4,A.. I, A . , 454'-, . if ,L ,JV fllj- M ' ' 'v - ffw- 'Z wr fi' f ,v .f fl- Q, . 1 .N . 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It was the first year over the .500 mark since the 1971-1972 season. lronically, the season started out on a dismal note as the Tigers managed to win only one of their first seven games. After Coach Don Crowley and his assistant, John Powers, had a talk with the club, things finally started cooking. For the next 13 games, the team was one of the hottest in the suburban League, winning nine, losing three, and tying one.The highlight of the season had to be Tuesday Feb. 3, as the team crushed arch-rival Brockton 5- 2 at B.C. and proved that they were for real. Senior goalie Ken Hagerstrom, an all star, and versatile senior Doug Jessup, who finished the season as a foreward, gave the squad strong support in the net. Defensive standouts were third year men Ray Valente, also an all star, and Rick Cavanaughg seniors Bob Garabedian and Tim Dunn, and underclassmen Phil Reidy, and Gordie Moore. Cutstanding forewards were, third year men Mike Tocci and Gus Quarantog seniors Paul Mclsaac, "hustling" Steve Marches- sault "most improved" Joe Doyle, and Dave Hudson, high-scor- ing junior, Joe Calabrog and the fine sophomore line of Lee Waxman, Glen Buckley and Tom Hagerstrom. With Calabro and the four "super sophs" returning, the Tigers could be the team to beat in the Suburban League for years to come. As Coach Crowley said, "We had to become a team" - and did they ever! ef.. L ll, we , ff mf -wav 'Q .. - X . S E - .. Q, 4 llfff.. I :Q 0' Ist Row fLeft To Right2'Dou hJessu 2nd Row'K Ha erstrom G Quaranto S Marchessault R Valente M Tocci B Garabidean . g p . . gg , . , . , . , . , . P. Mclssac, J. Doyle 3RD ROW: T. Dunn, D. Hudson, L. Waxman, T. Haggerstrom, G. Buckley, J. Calcbaro, G. Moore, P. Reidy, R. Cavanaugh, Cach Don Crowley ll I' , xg Track -s." hi A 1 li Though not lacking in enthusiasm or desire, this year's indoor track team had to settle for a disappointing 4-5 record. Many of these losses were only by a few points, however, and could easily have gone the other way. The team was aptly led by dedicated coaches Yaitanes, Martin and Vashon, all three of whom did a tremendous job in filling the shoes of departed headcoach Lamoine Boyle. Strong leadership was also provided by co-captains Joe DeLorenzo and Duncan Scott. The team consisted of fifty members, ten of whom were girls. Among the boys, a few of the outstanding athletes were Scott, DeLorenzo, Gard Wells, Richie Schilder and Howie Pierce. Out- standing girls were sophomore Jennifer Jones, who set a record in the girl's 50 yard dash, and the entire relay team of Cindi Hines, Susan Bloom, Jennifer Jones and Kim Barres. Without seniors like Bernie Lebow, John Lafko, and those already . mentioned, the team looks to its many promising juniors and soph- I omores to lead next year's team to a winning season. 5 i 1 o '. -Q . . N . -gp. 39 W' x '. A 'as R i Q. ,Pl f ,iff 3.5: .J 1 JI -'ffl Boys' Basketball kg lf fi fs 43253 ?- . '93- by I J 1 J ,, .. W- 9 . .-.J I if - In I-'Q ,amid Q- A T iQ,' .-if P ,ff M It This years basketball team had a disappointing record of 9-11. The team, although having much talent, never really got everything together. Having only two seniors, they were hurt by their inexperience, and more so by the lack of a floor leader. In many close games Newton North fared poorly because there was none to lead the team in the deciding moments. The team however did have some good personnel: Captain John Williams had a fine year, leading the team in scoring. Senior Mark Vasalotte did a remarkable job playing against centers who were rarely his size: junior Tom Morog played a strong all around game, excelling especially on the boards and junior Mario Lucetti provided fine outside shooting, to go along with his quickness and penetration. This team, which relies on quickness, at times played at a superior level, but inconsistancy and inexperience unfortunately was their undoing. if .,. 9 ' LL ish . 4 I ,,,,..-4' 1 ' . r I . -X .- ' i A ' 'I - V ---..-gs friggin Vlsjmfg L I 4 sei' Y 113 jr fgllfl - 14 N We ' H1973 P NS. Girls' Basketball 3 ix x fit J" + 6 Fi? J' .4 Elbx L 4 Wrestling Wrestling at Newton North came into its own this past winter. The 20-3 record posted by the varsity was the best by the team in its six year history. Losses to Stoughton 33- 18 and Suburban league rival Waltham 30-27 gave the matmen a 5-2 record early in the season and greatly re- duced their chances for a league title. However, instead of settling for mediocrity the varsity wrestlers tore through the rest of their schedule winning 15 of 16 matches. The only setback in this time was a 12 pointer to Chelmsford, the 1976 State Championship Team. Emotion packed victories over crosstown rival Newton South 45-12 and a tough Weston team 33-18 along with business-like conquests of Milford 31-21 and Bay City Champion Framingham North were some of the many highlights of the varsity season. Nonetheless, the win which meant the most and was sweetest of all occurred on Febru- ary 7th at Brockton. The Boxers, with several individual state championship contenders, were heavily favored to beat the Tiger grapplers for the third straight year and clinch the Subur- ban League title on this night. The Newton J.V.'s steam- rolled their opposition by 25 points to begin the evening. The varsity scoresheet: 114 lbs. Richie Kim - Pin. 121 lbs. Roy Hebard - Decision. 128 lbs. Doug Crosby - Pin 140 lbs. Jim Acheson - Pin 147 lbs. lco-captain! Steve Parker - 2-1 upset decision over Heavily favored opponent. 169 lbs. John Rosenfeld - Decision. Heavyweight Donnie Morrell - the clincher. Pin in 30 seconds time. Final re- sult: Newton 33-23 and a share of the Suburban League championship with Waltham floss avenged in regionalsl and the defeated Boxers. Throughout the dual meet season the key to the matmen's continued success was team depth and balance. Kevin Bengston and John Robbins were both varsity wrestlers at 167 pounds. Harry "the Hooker" Shainian was a strong backup for Richie Kim in the 114-pound class. Paul Sie- genthaler, Mark Coakley, Russell Gasdia, and Bruce Trum- bull were strong contenders in their prospective weights and responded very well in actual varsity competition. Further evidence of the team's overall strength and balance is the J.V.'s 17-3 record and their first place finish in the regional tournament held at Newton North. Nine of the twelve varsity wrestlers placed and qualified for the State tournament. Donnie Morrell and Doug Crosby were first place finishers. Co-captains Steve Rosen and Steve Parker along with 187-pound Brian O'Halloran gained second place awards. Strong third place efforts were handed in by Austin Lampert at 157 and John Rosenfeld at 169. Juniors Roy Hebard and Jim Acheson rounded out the place win- ners with fourth place finishes in the grueling two day tournament. At the State Tournament at Chelmsford the next week Doug Crosby and Steve Rosen turned in impressive fifth place performances and the team gained its highest rank- ing ever. Although the Tigers will graduate seven varsity wrestlers this year, the J.V.'s strong record this season makes next winter's out-look very bright indeed. Neil Johnson and Jim Acheson will captain the team next year and returning varsity members Dave Gasdia, Kevin Beng- ston, John Robbins, Richard Kim and Roy Hebard also look promising. f - .CTZTff:,lx?4"-r ' --.Q .' yur- . .- . Ni W'.'f'-93 53? - f -?'zh- Up.-1 rf 'fa' ' 4, 3.5 ' it fpaizzif-I rf., - -use .. . ,, ,,.-J. I , --. 1 .,. 1-'-. ' 'fliif' G.:i52'i '71 3, ...M-rr-Y Y 122. Q' 2 .qi . is . ,rm-1 ...- - -.v,,,,., vt Q. if' ,. Q 'Jive-8111 -x...,,...-'fc fr.-un: 4, as J -,nl 4,- -,,,-1 i .-,, 4.-4-.. Nuo CWM-s .,.. f i . i ,v l' H , A-J I :J Y N- ml lib' Ist Row KL - Rl. D. Cain, B. Gigliotti, J. Houser, D. Gasdia, R. Kim, B. Bernard, J. Robbins, H. Shanian 2nd Row: D. Larkin, S. Cole, H. Cutler, N. Johnson, J. Acheson, S. Parker, R. Gasdia, D. Crosby, T. Scarlett R. Hebard, K. Chinian, B. Goldberg. 3rd Row: Cappy, M. Coakly, B. Kennedy, J. Martin, S. Vona, S. Aki, M Duffy, B. Townsend, S. Flemming, E. Morgan, P. Siegenthaler, T. Breshnan, Coach Coleman. 4th Row: B. Trumbull, N. Churchill, R. Kent, B. Curr, F. Pescoscolido, J. Rosenfeld, P. Hiltz, A. Lampert, D. Morrell, B O'Halloran. Missing: S. Rosen, S. Krutt, J. Kirelhan. W -119'-'l xx R' , ,F . 4 . I 1ARTS -SEK, Midsummer M ight's k? Dream f'!:f-- Q' 3x gg . 3 -i Q L , K HEE- N ,A 1, 1, xi - . .xx 1? , 4 1 's ,R 'Q' J, 55 ' . sw Z", a , -JAY: ' " l 1 it g T4 Q N. -' 'fi' I -fi' 3:-f " I' 157 ' -"' , - x Nj A1 'K ' 4 h . .: - -7 Sv JD" ...-A! Ll-25" fxsffi .wi ta-I N, 2'- , ' ' if 1-Q14 " Y . ' A'.llo'-r-if xvxnr " 1. ,fu-.L On February 6 and 7, the Shakespearean players and stage crew transformed the stage into an Athenian Palace. The fairyland forest set the mood for the delightful Shakespeare comedy, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Under the dramatic direction of Priscilla Stevens and the artistic direction of Michael Eyth, this amusing and confusing play was present- ed. The two fairies, who were constantly falling in and out of love, were Ike Meyers C"Puck"l and Chris Buck C'Oberon"Jg Fairy Queen Lisa Maregni turned Richard Gott C"Nick Bottom"J into a man with a donkeyis head, and proceeded to fall in love with him. Eventually, everything turned out perfectly and the play was a success. As Puck said, everyonejfelt as if the night had been a dream. W Count Dracula, which had its debut on Halloween, can not be said to be one of Newton North High School's more successful productions. 7 '-, ig, "'?lf 'X Although the show lacked in many area, Jana Ro- 'A nw senblatt's costume design was excellent. 'A-g 4 A I' rs fifxr-sian'-Pi . 9' P J t Q X Ls Q ix? - I x Q.,? L-.rn F. Dracula R - 'm K xr Hi fff' ' 'I N, O K Q I ix. 2 f f I i 4' Q "Celebration," this year's first student production, was directed by seniors David Stephen and Jana Rosenblatt. The cast consist- ed of four main leads, twelve "Revelers," and two property characters. Potemkin, played by Howard Cohen, was a worldly, conniving man, who also served as the play's narrator. Angel, a young girl who sought fame, was played by Melissa Ress. Senior Larry Coen portrayed "Mr. Rich," an extremely wealthy, yet unhappy old man. Junior Jon Ruening was "Orphan," a young man in search of his symbolic garden. The play centered around a conflict between "Mr. Rich" and "Orphan:" an old conservative pessimist, versus a hopeful inno- cent boy. The four leads were beautifully complimented by the "Revelers," a dancing and singing group which consisted of: Jeremy Kenner, Clarke Teixeira, Ben White, David Stephen, Ellen Woodward, Nola Van Alstein, Laura Shatz, Lynn Schneider, Jana Rosenblatt, Alana Zion, Laura Greenfield, and Susan Hewett. Claire Whorisky and Anne Butterworth por- trayed the two property characters, and doubled as "Revelers." "Celebration" was the first show of its kind to be performed on the Newton North High stage. Never before has such a hilarious, risque show been produced. Its overwhelming success, is an important step for the possible success of future productions. South Pacific 'hi b 144: T.. f 1" f 4 . 'Q K Y 1 A 3 Q 4 : N V" . '44 'NK "Z",-'5'-K1 ' Xi if V 3 ,. jf , . 1 1 .4 1 vx a -mx . a. , , ,,, , lx. ru 5f' 45 4' ll' ' h iijlfif Si' Q' 1 2 -4 'wx ,et V 1 s.-- L 4 Y I X . U, .. I' ". '- s ,. 'L ' i 1' ff!! 4 'df 1 I I . 1 4 52- Q ,qv - A 1 J? 1 IWW fi v S , M, 7 '4 f if ,y 4 ' if? 2525 " W E, 1 g Q , f M . 6, 4, x 1' U ? nf. I ' ,, 4 ff. 4. 3 . 5 iv- . vu 7?'f + ,:'. .,-.,-H On the nights of December 11, 12, and 13, 1975, while the winter winds howled and the frost thickened on the schoolyard, the auditorium of Newton North High School was transformed into a tropical paradise. Those three nights were the results of two months of practicing, worrying, and downright exhaustion of the hundred and thirty talented students involved in the biggest school production of the year. Portraying the memorable Rodgers and Hammerstein charac- ters were Bob Stern as Emile DeBecque, Susan Hewett as En- sign Nellie Forbush, Clarke Teixeira as Lt. Joseph Cable, and Laura Hastings as Bloody Mary. Their talents reinforced the rest of the cast, whose singular efforts blended together into a colorful bouquet of actors, dancers, and singers. The backbone of the show was a dedicated corp of hard-working enthusiasts, led by the producer junior Marci Shapiro. They were in charge of spreading the news in creative way, and used comical T-shirts for most of the advertising. The energy and excitement generated on stage couldn't help but filter into the audience. Their rapt attention reflected the results of the ever-smiling cast. South Pacific may be over, but its memory lingers on. W I U , E-37 Q. Stage Crew 2? 4 ll r LJ-9 fix! P As the scrim slowly rises a panicked voice comes over the phones, "we're not ready back here!" So we wait a little longer. The audience becomes restless. "Stage, how're we do- ing?" All set on stage" is the reply and everyone relaxes as we wait for the next spotlight or rope or lighting cue. This is the technical side of the theatre: The stage crew. Our crew has provided us with some of the best comedy around. We've managed to break up an audience by floating down a palm tree or making a chair move mysteriously across the stage. But the crew does not always shrug off mistakes. Many mem- bers of crew have placed the stage area in quarantine because of mistake made in the construction of the building. They have reported the asbestos levels in some parts of the stage as being dangerously high creating a health hazard. Being a member of the Stage Crew offers students opportuni- ties to learn about the technical aspects of the stage and more important, to learn about each other. if JIU! . , fllllufkkx X Y Z l 159 A.. "'v. '55 if bjet D'art Y. - Y""?9?1' ' " " .1 " 2:1 1 "ij 1. V- .Q,::'7"v 1 as V if ng S. X X ' 1- , X ,Ny x f Jff, - yi .VU 1 , .,.e.x ' x .-- vx xx X. ,. ,A ....,! ,, Fw, A - b, Wk I i X XX Ox z , X 1 ' X 1 X ff! I X N M ff 4 .1-agua? -- C , 1 I I ' gs, ' LQX 4 Singers jfx. a,.w,:c f 'M--3 vlan- 'a ., Our music department is one of the best and well rounded music departments in the city of Newton. Sisters and Brothers, a select singing group of 27 students, sings pop arrangements arranged by Saul Stern. Mr. Stern also directs the group. This group is special because it is the only choreographed singing group in the High School. Group members choreograph the songs and they teach it to the whole group. This is the group's second year. The Family, directed by Raymond Smith, is a select group of seniors and juniors, with a few sophomores. The Family sings all kinds of music except pop. Their major piece this year was a double chorus work by Schutz called "Sing to the Lord." They performed at Harvestfest, Winterfest, and Belcanto. Concert Choir, the main vocal group, is made up of 163 students. The Family and The Sisters and Brothers are comprised of Concert Choir members. Concert Choir members started the year with a big choral piece "Hymn to J esus." The Choir sponsors two major concerts a year: Harvestfest and Winterfest. Concert Choir also sang at Newton Night at Pops on May 15. This year, instead of one exchange trip, there were two. Concert Choir went to Philadelphia May 20-22 and Philadelphia came to Newton April 29 - May 1. The Family and Sisters and Brothers had an exchange trip of their own. They went to West Virginia and Pennsylvania January 25-29 and West Virginia came here in April. The two groups sponsored an extra concert "Belcanto" to raise money for the trip. Instrumental Music - - L. l.LPln.4!l..E:7l -41' . -9-5 The Band, which was known as the Wind Ensemble this year, consisted of 52 wind and percussion instruments and was quite active. It was jointly managed with the orchestra by junior Chris DeLoffi. The Wind Ensemble gave a series of concerts in Newton such as the Harvest and Winter fests, and the Original Compositions concert in April. They also performed at the Massachusetts Music Educators' State Convention in Plymouth, but the highlight of their year was the exchange concert with Fairfax, Virginia. In February they toured Virginia and Washington D.C. with the Orchestra, playing for various public schools. The Orchestra's 55 members were not only involved in this exchange concert, but they played for Newton High's pro- duction of "South Pacific" and the student production "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." They also accompanied the Concert Choir at the Harvestfest, and performed at graduation in June. Two of their most outstanding members were Liz Mann, who soloed on the flute in Virginia, and their concert master, violinist Mi- chelle Morgan. They were conducted by Mr. Gary Good, who also conducted the Wind Ensemble. The Jazz Ensemble consisted of 18 members and was con- ducted by student David Johnson. They performed at the Harvestfest where John Stevens was tuba soloist, and at the Winterfest with the Wind Ensemble. They were also involved in the Origional Compositions Concert in April and other local concerts throughout the year. S S 'J X f If v," ,- 131 . .-, ,,,-, A ,-. x..J " Niyal N-1---A N 1: ix' , .-.-, xi' .- A., Nd P Q I- r., -oq""',"?""Nu ,-.. . .,.,-.-,..i. I A -11, f" . s fi, MICHAEL T. ABBOUD CAREY ADAMS Eilwun Ciuuoiinni rxunivio 55 Fair Oaks Ave. Day, Barry, College Carr F51 All the good times with the kids down the park. Good times up new Hamp. with JM, LM, SC.RN. The fight in Brockton with Otis DD. DP, JM, LM. RS, RN, MS, MJ. Drinking down the high school, hanging around Adam house with all the kids, Manchester Buns. Summer of 75 Favorite 47f69 6 Dennison St. KAREN JOY ALAJAJIAN 16 Kimball Terrace Day, Adams, College AS THE HART PANTETH AFTER THE WATER BROOKS, SOPANTETH MY SOUL AFTER THEE, O GOD. Psalm 42:1 TRUST IN THE LORD WITH ALL THINE HEART: AND LEAN NOT UNTO THINE OWN UNDERSTAND- ING. IN ALL THEY WAYS AC- KNOWLEDGE HIM, AND HE SHALL DIRECT THY PATHS. Proverbs 3:5,6 PETER A ALEMIAN Armenian 43 Pratt Dr. F.A. Day, Beals, College. Rumor is one thing that gets thicker as you spread it. Remembers: 23 with BN on the 75 sox. Swim team 123. SLS with JM. Armenian club 3. Jazz band, 123 Orchestra 3. English with Jay F. Girl watching with Sal. ,Q ,F 15'---I, in v j -tiff.: Z 6 4- tim.: MARY ELIZABETH ANDERSEN Beth 116 Atwood Ave F. A. Day, House - Barry, College To Find A Meaning in one's life is the primary motivational force in man Best of luck to: KS ES LG RJ DM LY LD DL JA CB GH DW MT Gillman Summer of 73 and 75 Love you together DW and Foxy. Riding in Conn. Gunstock Ceramics 2,3 Not enough snow days and too many fir drills! KAREN S. ALBANO 71 Auburndale Ave. Warren, Barry, College. PMSIILI summers in marshfield Parker St. Gang good times with great friends LLSSDGDKKMLC Bud chicks Special thanks to CC Camping P.A.T. PA Ramount spe- cial people L+J Chateau. CHRIS J. ALEXANDER 90 Summer St. Weeks, Beals, College Tomorrows the Day Remembers: Beals Stairs, Cards, The Ville, Good by SO SG GC KS JF SM PM BB CS ED BG JN Fridays PL parties, The waste Braeburns The Fever Will Spread. Football with mush. KURT DONALD ANDERSON Andy 82 Lowell Ave. Day, Barry, College Skiing winters at gunstockg sailing summers down the cape. Annual spring skier at Tuckerman's ravine. Working at MDC's. Good times with The Goon, Babyface and Nose: Oth- er interests: Skin diving - camping - swimming - mountain hiking. France ski trip 1 ski club 1 ski team23 If 1,-J, 17 Langdon St. Bigelow, Barry, College Strive for happiness always Re- members: the park at midnite, Gails great haircuts, crazy times. W!LR+JplP. Cape Cod !ML+TG. Parties. Sue's dar. BB's Dorm. WXGD, LR, ML, BB, JN, Lf. Fond memories. Spring of 74, to my other half tToml sorry you didn't make it too. Concert Choir 2. STEPHEN ALBANO 14 Auburndale Ave. JULIE RENEE AMBROSINO Jules 566 Centre St. Bielow, Adams, College Only when we pause to wonder, we go beyond the limits of life. - Livin' it up WXMY Laurrr - Doing I with the M, Shelia, Europe - dreamin on will ger us there! Memorable times WXLS, RM, MAC, JW, JF. Than- kyou! everyone for everything! Much love and thanx to S.G.8iclass of75 1 49 .in DOUGLAS K. ALDEN 66 Maynard st. Day, Riley, College Memories galore with Jeff and Ken you the greatest Tep and the gang and everyone who is reading this and I had good or bad times with, Thank you. KS at 101 LFCITCR The kid Sandy up the ladder you've sent me, You're beautiful. Matpa Thanks for backing me. SALVATORE ANASTASI 781 Commonwealth Ave. NILS ANDERSON 29 Frederick St. COLETTE ANDREWS 46 Savin St. ANN ANTONELLIS I6 Murphy Ct. MATTHEW J. ANTONELLIS 5 Braeburn Rd. Warren, Palmer, College Remembers: Homework only on Sunday nights, breathing that can- cerous asbestos, library pranks, and all my friends. Clame to Fame: Unre- lated to Adam and Eve. Pet Peeve: Are you related to . . .? Hang-gliding Track 28:3 PETER ARPINO 45 Elm St. E 4 KENNETH BRETT ANNESE Brett 946 Moody St., Waltham Warren, Beals, College Buns Redeye Parkinglot Basketball 1,2 Lacrosse 1,2,3, Maine Moon' - in Humpa 3 Breakfast with Fido ogg. BERNADETTE LORETTA SCOTT ANNESE 946 Moody St. DONNA MARIE ANTONELLIS DONALD JAMES ANNIS 232 Bellevue St., Bigelow, Bacon, Tomorrow Goodby Bacon, love to P,M,R,S,J,L,Y,C, H. Ralph is gonna getya! Leave the pole alone! I'M not crazy, you are. Jane we're here. Elec- trical was worth the trouble. BR,PN,SP,JS, ALL Broke my heart but it is better to have loved and lost . . . . Tomorrow is new! DONNA ANTONELLIS ANTONELLIS 6 Milton St. 6 Milton St. 194 Adam Si, Warren, Beals, School Day, Riley, Nursing Remembers: Chunky The Cape 75 The Lake Hawthorne NNHS PL Prom 75 13 Special Times with Sue Great Times wfihe gang and Diane. KR TN LL DKLC KM RBMMMFPFAB LA MVSJKGPR miss Caram Fond memories with the Saratoga youre a Shining Star Ver, kids from Star The most wonderful mont 10 17 75 killer put your hands person ln the world Bobby. Love and together Niage wfa heart of gold thanks to my Parents- think love and wear a smile 777 Got to be there Get up and listen Rena Goma mm Cafett Park mf Angels PF LYNNE ARCESE Lynnel 602 Grove St. LEE ARNOLD PETER ARONSON Warren, Barry 28 Orris St. 82 Park AVS- ELLEN ARSENAULT 27 hornton St. Adams, College "Though the great song return no more There's keen delight in what we have: The rattle of pebbles on the shore Under the receeding wave." - W.B. Yeats Bleachers 1gTrack1g Thoughtprints 3. DEBORAH HOPE ART Debs 68 Austin St. Day, Riley, Nursing To be happy is not to possess much but to hope and to love much." To Rich I8f2f75l me wuvs u! Summer 7A, Maine, SAL Bugs Mucho luv to Yo-Yo . . Mug-Bug's Stairs, snowy- ice Angel, Muffy, Han, Gina, Micky RC and Daze. Big Bad Barn! Luv and thanx to mug, rep, Bob, Lee, OLKRBHBMLLALL- LAKLCJDMCDL STEPHANIE ANN ART tlRepYY 68 Austin St. Day, Palmer, College Love always to Bob 12f24f74 All my friends MCDALDBCKRAKBML- LALBHBAOLJD Best times Deb and Mug Summer 74 Blue Blanket Dry hands "But I wanted to go by .." A-ooo. Please come out Sher- man! Hannie. Fred and Wilma for- ever. Marg, what would I do without you after U.S. History? "DD" "Ba- oo" EDWARD AUCOIN 2 Lexington St. MARK AVERY 24 Elmhurst Rd. MARY ELIZABETH BABBIN 85 Albert Rd. Warren, Adams Remembered always: SC, LL, MB, PC, ML, KS, JT, BE all friends espe- cially: Johanna, Maryann, Anne, Tom, Depeter, Ms. Saunders, Amy G. H.R. 3343 was great! Great times: N, H. 4l14l75 - Dave Beach Boys Always! Nothing is a waste if it makes a memory. Concert Choir 2,3 Brothers 8z Sisters 2,3, Hi Rob. 4 X: ix. ' ' . -ll. k A A l LYNN ALLISON BADEN DIANE BAGLEY PATRICK JOHN BAKER THOMAS R. BAKER 18 Cedar St. 151 Beaumont Ave. Bake Bake Weeks, Beals, College I thanh heaven somebodys crazy enough to give me a daisy. ehee 8: Martha - cakes, Lane 5 Uncle Ben, M., 500 Pull on 3 hichtchoc of course Jana Alison 8x Libs, It's J's turn to have a party! I love you Kenny Swimming 1,2,3 Yearbook 2,3 Wouldn't it be nice? LAB ERIC BALL DOUGLAS BANKS 45 Eddy St. 51 Green St. 146 Nevada St. Day, Palmer, Business Good times down the park Saturday nights down the rink. The boys in Adams house 41 The Gem. 42 Ted, Lizzy, GG, CH Top cat sem sl Au- gust of 75. Wareham, Cape Cod. An- nie meat spot. FF, KJ, LM, JM 2410 Nap RN, JD, SC. BENJAMIN ALAN BARBER 33 Orient Ave. Weeks, Adams, College You can easily judge the character ofa man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him. Thanks to CS, CA, GC, 8: JE. 192 Grove St. Palmer, 4 year school Wasting away the moments that make up a dull day. Remember: Ba- con Stairs, the store and the past at this - N.Y.C., Cross Country 2,3 MGR. Bacon - Palmer store 2 the crowdP TB,JR,CS,DM,8z ST Stig . . Good Bye NNHS. DAVID BARENBURG 115 Adena Rd. JOSEPH A. BARILONE Joe 383 Lexington St. Warren, Riley, Army Alot of good times at Rix. The tower The Basn, The fort and all the par- ties. JAN BARNETT 55 Old Farm Rd. KIMBERLEE H. BARRES Kim 211 Bellevue St. Bigelow, Bacon, College Chris Waxs Steve . . . Summer of 76, Letters from Bek. Happy days at 211. Rainy football games 410 12th in fly. I will to NHS underfeated girl's track team. All my love to FS, BP, WB . .. room 4699. Swimming 1,2,3 Indoor track 1,2,3 Bacon House Council 2,3 Newtonian 3,Senior Class 3. JAMES BARRON 72 Woodchester Dr. - I FREDERICK BELCHER CAROL BENDALL LINDA ANNE BAULD 856 Commonwealth Ave. Warren, Weeks, Adams, College Dad and Mom you are the best par- ents, you understand what growing is, Love to Jan + Tom To Kirby who I will always love 75 tassel on 93 Ann you are just great Thanks Good luck with Bob micxbwjoskin tight+ U6A8 Long winters short summers 7-1-74 2 before ann Great weekends with Kir- bySHA LELAND CHARLES BARRON Count 76 Walden St.. Day, Riley. College I never let school interfere with my education. Thanks to Soup Rich Bus Teps Sig Saint Sal Tom Toss at BB Summer of 75: Rte-9 Pinto 3LB GRPS Gull' B-Boys 6 29 75 Holland beer Chumly and Fam. - Pinky.U - Mass Football!Claf'lin Help me Joe 10 29 73 LB? I9 Lob. - WfDSl!75CrabfAL-J Newtonian f Golf 23 ati CASTERA BAZILE 11 fropliff Rd. NANCI HOLLY BELL Nance 41 Hazelhunt Ave. Warren, Riley, College Good Luck to BHBMALLLDCLSCU Remembers: Sitting on Riley foor and tables, fall- ing off the table on Main St. Mother Levens, trying to help Bev learn her Italian. Riley House Council 123 French Club 123 Senion Class Comm 432 Waltham St. "5 J I 4 ,7311 M im, Q, CSP MARK BENSON 36 Crehore Dr. 3 Quebec Trip excitement 12 LYNELLE BARRY ll Lorraine Circle DONNA ELAINE BEACHAM 159 California St. East, Riley, Secretary Friends I'll never forget KH, SP, JW, ES, KS, LF, JM, DB, SF, DB, MS, JM. All night Parties, grg big sura prise! The Joke, Bump Meeting you at Fessy Hill. To Hey look! I made it! Cry Wolf Remember PM Diana Ross-Dance North Carolina, Gloria 27 Oakwood Rd. MARTHA BASSETT 342 Auhurndale Ave. CHUCK BEATRICE COUSIN DOWN CHARLES PARK GOLDEN STAR Hoggie seorie Big Joe onion Murma Jewish Y.S.T. CHERYL D. BENNETT 15 Edward Rd. Warren, Palmer, College Special times with special people. Good Luck to MD, LC, DM, CF, KG, LB, GC, AC. Cape t'75", The lot, All my love to Craig. Oct. 17, spirit of Ll76UY Lal JANET LUCILLE BERARDI 59 Parsons St. Day, Bacon My love to KMH,KH,MB,LD,SC, GH,LT Sacrifice the future has its price and today is only yesterdays tomorrow. Mich High Times Freak Brothers The musical box. Cafeteria mumbley Peg .f PETER PAUL BERARDI 1.57 Chapel St. Day, Beals, Auto Mechanic Thanks Mr. Macleod, Nicolas, Visco. Good Luck and thanks to all for the good times up the lake and down Easton and to all the kids in shop. Remember: The GTO Bondo Bomb- er, and the Chevelle! Good Luck Gail Good Luck Donna and Jose and Sharon and Benny DENNIS BERGER 35 Ellison St. ,al ff!! STIG E BERGQUIST Buckwheats 118 Lowell Ave. Day, Bacon, College Bacon lockerslHull St.No party to- night? Hello LWT LO,JM,liB,R- H,ET,ALL Sammy's up the uillekh, JP. Best of Bread. Knights in White Satin S0175 Why a Duck? Cat Ste- vevns. French Club 1 AUDREY E. BERKOWITZ 195 Mill St. DAVID CAMPBELL BERQLIST Berky 21 Studio Rd. Warren, Beals, College Good times in Glocester with Mark Joe Warren, Love to Mac Good luck to all my friends. Bye to all my teachers Win when you can - but when you lose act as if you enjoyed it for a change Soccer 3 Indoor Track 123 Outdoor Track 123 Junior Olym- pics 4th Country Bye NNHS ROBER B. BINDER 419 Lowell Ave. A . 5 STEVEN ROBERT BLONDER 25 Hilltop Street Bigelow, Beals, College MY fondst memories are not here. Remembersg JC, DL, BB, JF, ML, MRS, .K, TH, BO.. Back Wall Of HR 2228. Hockey 2 If CHARLES RICHARD BIANCHI B-Yanks 21 Emerald Street. Day, Bacon, Millionaire l'd like to thank the Senior Class for Electing me trasurer. Hou' else would I have gone to Hawaii? Whet- sone Inn, Allagash, Katahdin, Ware River with Silk, Skins and Scott. Walshy's Wheels. Lacrosse, Gynas- tics, Riflery, Twanger. Yord, Mac at Hampton. Dave, bait your own hook! ARRIVERDECCI! GAIL BLAGBROUGH Nicky 95 Temple Street. Warren, Bacon Stairway to Heaven, CIT's '75 The Path, STU:GimgBC, SPS, Back of the libes. toaster, gang. AS,RS,RM, Beatletts, JL, HA, MS, the Post-rips, tennis, Brandeis - SEDEF, towed volvo, pierce, js, daes, Physics kid 2, horoscope sis, some of us chase shad- ows dreams ambitions, as we go we wave good-bye forever. THOMAS BERNAZANI 53 Farnham St. RENA MARYLOUISE BIANCHI 15 Lincoln Road, Day, Barry, College Best Wishes to PF+CF and our Fri- day Nights Good times down the park with the kids weekends at BA House C Food at SJ House Good Times BAPFSJLAMVMMFPRAB I spy SH Quack-Quack Heaven sent The Holiday Inn Good Luck to DM+BW All my love to Chris The Highway Saratoga NY HEIDI LYNN BLAU 205 Homer Street, Weeks, Beals, College Because you gave yourself to me once without invention or restraint for that I remember you and love you. Michael Stew Jeffy Tree Tillie RS LO JE 6!13T5 I'll take two The scenery Let's go to Nea' York Varsi- ty Tennis 123 Concert Choir 123 Brothers and Sisters 23 Stage Crew 123 Newtonite 23 STEPHEN BIANCO 42 Smith St. JOSEPH C. BLAY Chet 54 Evergreen Ave. MARTIN BODENSTEDT 139 Hancock St. 'f'lf,5' DIANE F. BOITEAU 315 Highland Ave. JULIE A. BOLIO 87 Adams Ave. "QNX I-ml. KIMM ANDREA BONNER 40 Morton Rd. Bigelow, Beals, Medicine Remembess! French Club 123 orien tal club 2, and We 're going to be late. LOVE to es, KA, CIB, JIFFY, LC, KIV, and LELENE. ROBERT J. BONTEMPO 45 Lexington St. RENEE M. BOTT CHERYL A. BOWE DAVID D. BOWES 77 Kirkstall Rd. 45 Jefferson St. 24 Pine Cf6St Rd- KATHLEEN A. BOYLE 16 Hatfield Rd. 1.5 THOMAS ALAN BRANDON Lips 104 Eliot Avenue F.A. Day, Beals House, Wealth THE PARK The Men Camping fun All the GUYS Dirty D. My idol Mar- cus T. + face The night of 2 moons when steamA got Cook in the WCC women Maive + Rhonda Mary is special Steve Florida and the fun + sharks Manchester by the seashore The weekend at Dan' The buns The summer of 75 was great! Fuzzy says you are No. I Lemon, but I like Lem- ons. MARIE A BRADLEY 176 Derby St. Warren Jr High, Bacon, Secretarial Aquinas THE BEST TIMES. I'VE EVER HAD WERE SPENT WITH BN, 5!2f73 - 9!15f75 MTTY - RUN JOEY RUN! REMEMBERS: JP IN 9TH GRADE, WORK STUDY 23 BASKETBALL 123 ATT FOR RR, CAPPY, SUMMER OF 75 - FLORIDA SC MUSH CM, DUMB MINI-GUINEA CQ - FAMOUS LAST WORDS! LET ME CALL YOU BACK GIRLS LOCKER ROOM JF-OFJ LEILA L. BRANDWEIN 32 Nonantum St. ,ix- PAULA ANN BRADLEY 176 Derby Street Warren, Riley, College I'll Always Remember and Cherish the Good Times with all The good People, especially J.L. and L.H., Never forget D.O.C., Fantastic sum- mers in Falmouth, All my love to Dana, 7f24f74 HOWARD T. BRATTON 33 Montrose St. CANDACE C, BO'l"l' 77 Kirkstall Rd. ETHEL J. BOYD 8 St. James St. MARIA BRADY 36 Broadway Day, Palmer, College Nothing in life is to be feared it is only to be understood. Had Lots of fun in art Good Times with DAG JAD ALBMT GCCKF Field Hocket 23 BasketBall 1,2,3 Softball 1,2,3 gt.. . if '5' , ,Lis ln- ' Q f l I , S X AMY JOAN BRAVER 27 Evelyn Road Weeks, Riley, College GREAT TIMES WITHMF LA PR MV SJ BA RB PF MM NNHSPL+ Hawthorne My allnighters Cruising Holiday Inn Laconia, Island Special MF Avoriaz - France Adams Amy and Warren 2f26!75 All the good times together. Precious and few are the moments we two can share. MyWCH Summer. I'll never forget the Skinheads! The Fuzz loves you, because Momma is Pretty. SIOBHAN P. BREDIN 333 Lowell Ave. bbs' -JENNIFER L. BRILLIANT Jeff 320 Otis St. Warren. Riley. College The things taught in colleges and schools are not an education. but the means of education. Emerson. ALAN H. BRONSTEIN 35 Noble St. FAYE TOBY BRESLER 494 Ward St.. Weeks. Beals. College Farewell my lovely school. it's been a long 21 .i" 2 years. Concert Choir 1,2 Swimteam 1 Marching Band 1 ESP 1.2,:3. Backstage on musicals 1,11 1,2 ais. 506: 1.2.3. 8: on. F -Is- ' s I 7 I X ALAN BRINKERHOFF 28 Parsons. Day. Palmer, Colleg Do you know where your going to? Good luck to RN TF RV8:KG CW BD SM PE. All my love to Marion. CAROLE ANN BROOKS Dartmouth St. Warren, Riley. College I am so glad ue had this time to- gether just to laugh or sing a song, seems ue just get started and before you hnou' it, there comes a time ue have to say so long' Remember: Frnce, outside Riley House. Skiing, and all my dear friends: VDDF MTTMPLMJEKPLSLBCKPBCCP HP AT redlights W Katie .fry MICHELE M BRETON 18 Falmouth Road, Warren, Baon, Medical Secretary Good times with good friends. Den- nis, Dux The improper. Lewis 8: Clark. Beach Boys 8: Chicago fthe bestl Tango-ing the suitcase. Bermu- da 75. Florida 73. oompas. Thanks for the memories. Good-Bye Newton High! KELLY A. BRINTON 43 Oackwood Rd. JANETTE E. BROTMAN 22 Howard St. X . LJANW BRUCE STCART BROWN 53 Gay St. Bigelow, Palmer. College I hope to see everyone again Maybe we can make thing little better for everyone Brown Ifddles Pudge to- morrow Carol CATHY M. BROWN 144 Cherry St. Warren, Accounting Remembers: BH BM JT NB MA DC AL LL CLAIROL AT DF POOR DOR is meatballs our friend Tom Quebec "73" French Club 12 Ral 14 Commi senior class comm3 Riley house "the Polls" the good times with Beth "Sis" the same year MVW MN letter in his box - MR MSKO ghinese red light Mary and the sun- ae SUSAN A. BROWN 144 Cherry St. nth: X- PETER J. BRONK 365 Cabot St. LISA J. BROUSSEAU 524A California St. EDWARD J. BRYSON JR 34 Kensington Ave. 'Q RAYMOND BADGER BUDGE Ray 31 Ithara Circle Warren Jr. High, Beals, College Over the wall Tennis anyone Beals stairs and the Math Lab. A special good-bye to JN, AM, TA, SH, LB, LR, AB, SN, BG, AS, MK, EZ, DK, ER, TS, RP, BK, DG, FF, PG, SB, Mr. A, GP, PM, BW, MC, SS, Tennis 123 Stage Crew 23 BRIDGE Club 1 Tuesday Brunch or Lunch Club 2 All My Love Sandy P. PATRICK WILLIAM BURKE Billy 449 Washington St Bigelow, Riley, College Good times with: TM, PJ, BV, KA, Beals Common 1 Newtonville 1 Fun, class with JF work at McD's 8:00 in the library with Larry stc. ss 2 Fond memories of NHS will last Forever. ROBIN P. BRYSON 11 Acorn Dr. JOANNE BUELL 20 Bridges Ave. ELLEN CATHERINE BURNS 81 Eliot Ave. F.A. Day, Riley, College They would not find me changed from him they knew only more sure of all I thought was true! .xv . JOSEPHINE A. BUSA 7 Faxon St. ANNE FRANCES BUTTERWORTH 127 Bellevue Street Bigelow, Adams, College Fifty Seconds from right now, any- thing could beg I'm the future, Please, believe in me. CELEBRA- TION concert choir 123 Brothers and sisters 23 Smith Family 3 School Musical 123 Student Production 3 Adams House Council 23 Newtonian Staff 3 Russian Club 1 Talent Show 28 CHRISTOPHER BUDGE 31 Ithaca Cir. RICHARD BULLWINKLE 15 Lindbergh Ave Warren, Beals Weebles Wobble But They Do Fall Down, Good times at Bunvatty Re- member Georges Class - What a waste of time. KIMBERLY ANN BURNS Kim 895 Morton Street Warren JR. High, Adams, College "Check it out" Remembers: Mr. H's English Class with HT, CB, and JE. EXPO rehearsal and the last Days of school Will Always remember AT, AR, LP, KB. RB, TC, RF, RP, PH, ST, BB, AL, LL, DD, BH, NB, GK, JR, AND everyone else. Staying for Basket Ball and VolleyBall. fri LAURA ANN BUBAUM 202 Bellevue St, Bigelow, Beals, College Archy she said to me yesterday the life of a female artist is continually hampered what in hell have, I done to deserve all these kittnes mehitabe 1 Simth Family 123 Russian Club 123 Cross Country 23 Spring in Len- ingrad Chacha V Moskve NORMAN BUDGE 31 Ithaca Circle Warren Jh., Barry Thanks to Beals House v Lr, Ms, Pj, TP, AJ, MC, CC, LM, MU BG, EJ, RT, The Big Five, My Turtle, WALLEX - November 2, 1974, Calm Down - - And Special Memo- ries to Laurie - - Hey Kid, Which one Are You? I can't tell the Dlffrence. Swim Team 123. GEORGE J. BURKE 17 Wood ward St. LISA MARIE BURTON 67 Grafton St. Weeks, Palmer, College Summer of 74, Reborn Jan 6 to the Best SP, Pam the lake so I says to myself, self , . ., Thanks to VP, SM, PS, AND the Beef with spil. Dut- tons, tea as in never Forget Butch, Dolly and Rocky right Trix? BC with CB, MN, EC, CF DM, TO AL Saga- por Kalinekta Loulke Truely Bruti- ful Melanie Sz Jo JEFFREY S. CADEL 173 Morton St. 3,3 ,.... 5 i .. NORMAN F. CADMAN 29 Hatfield rd. Warren, Bacon, Airforce Lacrosse 5 123 Remebers: Golf with Cuch, Fuzz, Good times You are the true No. 1 apple is what Fuzzy says. it Q. . 7 DIANE PIKE CAIN 20 Taft Avenue. Warren, Riley. College Kindness in worlds creates confi- dence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness Kindness in feeling JANICE MARIE CAHALY Jane 1633 Washington Street Warren, Beals, College If you have him set him free, if he doesnt come back it was never meant to be. Summer 75 Uncle Tom Yeah Yeah Bums. 10l25l75 WWYGBY Can't forget SB 12l11f73 Thanks for everything, Gail8z Bea. True friends are hard to find! Good luck to MGB B8iD K8zB. Good times with my friends. Cafe 3 Beals. Z ..4 I 5 l i A . ll KEVIN A. CAIRA 81 Washburn Ave., Warren, Adams, College Remember good times with all the kids at the stairs. Also with every- body at the fort, down the tower, GLENN ROBERT CAHOON 115 Sumner St. Newton Center Weeks, Palmer, College Remember Bacon Stair. Also C.S.B. B.C.A. J.E. Work at NEWTON Col- lege with S. T. R. N. R. S. J. M. P. L. RIFLE TEAM 1,2,3 .Q Q Q GARY M. CALDERONE 9 Winthrop Ave. JAMES W. CALLAN 30 Walker St. creates love. - Lao Tse Baraloni's barn and Cape Cod. PAUL E. CAMPOS 68 Bonham Rd. Dedham Dedham Jr. High Interest - Electronic Music, Elec- tronics, Scuba diving Class Major - WILLIAM R. CALVARIO RICHAR M. CAMERON DOMINIC G. CAMILLI Electronics Hoping to be a techni- 35 Barton Rd. 50 Lexington St. 94 Bemis St. Qian, THEODORE CANNIE 1662 Commonwealth Ave. DAVID D. CANNISTRARO 55 Derby St. Waltham Central Jr., Beals, Accounting After 3 long years at this school I finally decided where the hell I was, soins in Life. for war, Remember outside the caf., the office, to all the good guys I hung around with, the best of luck to SM, RB, BC, FB, DR, EB, AM, LT, LN glad to get out of HERE CLARE CANTRILL 149 Temple St. Bacon, College THE PAST IS JUST A MEMORY BUT FRIENDS ARE HERE TO STA Y, LHS, 12, GO DEVILS!, Pom- Poms 2, FRIENDS, TC AM PG DL MB JM LOVE VC AND MN AND FL, Best Friends Patty and Deb, De- cember 16 was great! ELIZABETH IANN CAPASSO iz 1330 Comm. Ave. Warren, Palmer, Business Memories of summer, 75 - Dreams of summer, 76. Remember: Flo, Gel- lie, + Susan: Driving around at night, What can we do? How much we like the High School: New Years 765 Only one more ticket to go: That's you P. Wall: Matt. Mr. Wells, Mr, Meyers, and Fuzzy Love You, 176 ,, LAURIE A. CAPPELLO 99 Highland St. PAULA JEAN CAREY 110 Staniford St. Warren, Adams, Nursing Three musketeers Denis Ma. Tango- ing Summer of 75 Right Chicago + Beach Boy concerts. The Stache Turkey Volleyball 2 SUSAN LORETTA CARR 24 Hibbard Rd. Bigelow, Barry, College I never thought I'd be able to say 'so long' to this place and to the people I've known and Cori loved, but I'm just beginning and there's the world to look forward to, so I can't stop now. It s , " J "' , A MICHAEL CARUSO Starsky 56 Upham St. Warren, Bacon, Electrician New England Dragway Electrical Bottled Schlitz in the parking lot forever. I don't want to leave be- cause all the people and faces Igrew to like and dislike will not be there when I wake up the next morning. 1 If JACQUELYN CARLINO Jackie 8 Orris St. Warren, Beals, Work The Fort 73-74 All the West Newton The Barn and the Tower The Bat- rnobile Babilones barn CM+MM Partys 75 My partners MM MM CM MM DS SM + The 14 yrs. with Lee All my thanks to Fuzzy and all the good times we had remember the hockey game the 200 and the softball game and 11f15f75 MICHELLE T. CARROLL Shelly Auburn St. Warren, Riley, Who knows? Remembers: Mrs. Saleby and friends - DMTM Newton Tigers Softball 13 Soccer 3 L204 MICHAEL JOSEPH CARUSO So-SO + Pineapple 144 Webster St. Warren, Beals, College Janice, Beach Boys Concerts. Re- members: Clappa da all Baby broth- er M:K.S.W. Foxboro June 29 1975 AfV Media production Mrs. Gold- man Phantom Room Wreckers Sat- urday nights At Hula Hula spilt Coke, you know me better than that. Clappa maka da loobracata rnaka da all fanny. MARGARET MARY CAPPELLUCCI Mug-Bug, Capp 19 Elmwood Park Day, Riley, College Fantastic Friends: DASABCLD- BABHLLALBMKRAKJKJDPBP- COLDFLCSJSCLL Steph, Deb + summer 74 Pick up the feet Deb DD Steph we played it cool -W the ice cream! Couldn't fit a pin between 'em thanx MRGLSA Friendship of- tens ends in love, but love in friend- ship never ends! DEBBIE CARMEL DEA 39 Newtonville Ave. Bigelow, Barry, Working Always remember Beals stairs, cafe and bleachers with Pam. Had a lot of good times with Gary fDream onl SN MS KG CC PM PMac SH TG RB MC Joey T and Joanna T. at MT Ida DM RNfswearin' to Godl Re- member MR Grainger my Frye boots Kings Christ, Party with Pam Moore. PAULA B. CARTON 25 Sheffield Rd. Day, Palmer, College . A . and you can't turn off the stars. I'll always remember: B.U.T.I. and stairway four. Animal Rescue League 3, Family 23, Choir 123, Crafts Club 1, RMKB, CCB, DC, ESW, MP, and JD, DC, RK, AV, PB, CK, RW, MH, PF, BM, NG, PBD, aad entourage. I thank and love you a . ROSEMARIE CARUSO Rosie-Red Peabody St. Bigelow, Riley, College God grand me SERENITY to accept the things I cannot change, COUR- AGE to change the things I can, and WISDOM to know the difference. Never forget Newton Corner people BXAXDXS Good times WIDMXAT. ROBERT D. CARDARELLI 31 West St. ALISON ROSE CARMICHAEL 69 Otis St. Day, Riley, College And all you touch and all you see is all your life will euer be. Pink Floyd Crafts Club 2 French Club 23 Dance Club 2 Track 12 Newtonite 23 Year- book 3 DIANE MARIE CARUSO Midget 5 Oak Ave. Warren, Palmer, Therapist WB 62773. Spending most of my time in fourth floor -Palmer Lav. Good times with Fuzz 123. All my love and happiness to MS and BK. Spending weekends with WB, HG, EB,. The night, AD, VON, JR. Sum- mers in Newburyport, FH. Never forget MS, LL, CC, BJ, BS, BM, JH, MY. Remembers: Monster. WILLIAM CARUSO JR. 5 Peabody St. -.J ROBERT MICHAEL CASPER 41 Warren Rd. Weeks, Palmer, College I never let school interfere with my education MARK TWAIN OTTO'S GARAGE'snewt0nHetion Buch- - wheat 2 Aces and 95 SD, BL, M, BQ. JD JB, OK, CK, RS, PL. RE, S, CD, TH, SB, LB, RM, JOEY, DF, DT, RS. BY, DB, TS, RS, JP. JS, JP, DG, MV, SS, DL, RG, JG, KS, PR, SC, MC. JC, LD. THE CAPE EgoS Rod DUCES MR. A CAT BABE TW CD BW GUY RICHARD CASTOLDI Guido 13 Ryan Court Warren, Barry, Coast Guard Remembers: Henshaw And All The Gang The Office The Woods Friday Nights with CW EM RA Remember My Nicknames Guido Muscle Gus DAD Remember The YMCA ANTHONY W. CATO Tony 377 Shawmut Ave. LORETA P CELLUCCI 33 Capital St. Day, Barry, College Don't lead I may not follow, don't follow I may not lead, walk beside me and be my friend Italian corne barry George is Geo Green table Fred and Herman MM Lasting sum- mer North End AC RS Pool Thanks LR, TP, DC, PG, SM, CC, DM, MM, PT, MR, LD, FT, All My Love To JP, RS, AC, I'll never forget you ROSEMARY CASTAGNINO Rose 12 Taft Ave. Day, Bacon INSIDE US THERE IS A LONELI- NESS, LONGING TO BE CARED FOR AND LOVED. I WILL AL- WAYS REMEMBER YOU BACON HOUSE AND THE GANG! I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YA PAT- TY! TO JC ALIAS PD ALL MY LOVE, WISH ES AND DREAMS FOREVER. DIVING 23 SWIM- MING 1 WE LOVE YA BENN VB TEAM 1 ITALIAN CLUB 23 B- SOCCER 123 JAMES K. CASTRIOTTA 119 Charlesbank Rd. LINDA ANN CAVALLO Mouse 32 Orris St. Warren, Riley, Nursing GOOD TIMES: Marshfield - 75 - BUDCHICKS: 9f12l752 PINCHY- PINCHY10!15l75 - S55 CAMPING - I ATE IT UP - Eddieg LOVE TO:DGDKKM- KASSBCKCPMJFLLDA We love the things we love for what they are Div WIDI - Crazy Times - MG: HeyDavidg What No Gravy? Turkeyg RPOC: MOONQ SPSTCg Did-it! gllmm Good! Kivie Likes it! Sr Class 3 4 ai CAROL ANN CHAGNON 201 Adams Ave. Warren, Adams, MARSHFIELD - Summer 75 Spe- cial thanks to Marie, The Office Pat- ty + all the J's, Party time again - Maine with Ellen and my second family Best of luck to L + M + M +J Never forget the lake. Leon sit-on-it. May 3, 75 Good luck R+J. Party time for Marie at the beach Nothing but the best J af 0,4 A CLAUDIA A. CASTANEDA 121 Monadnock Rd. ALBERT MICHAEL CATERINO Mike 29 Talbot St. Warren, Bacon, Undecided Remembers: Bacon House HR BASEBALL 23 YEAR RICHARD PHILLIP CAVANAUGH 19 Burnham Rd. Warren, Bacon, College WHILE THE FUTURE IS THERE FOR ANYONE TO CHANGE, DON'T YOU KNOW IT SEEMS THAT IT'S EASIER SOMETIMES TO CHANGE THE PAST - JACKSON BROWNE SUSAN CHALMERS 89 Kaposia St. DONNA MARIE CATINO 289 River St. Warren, Bacon, Medical There never is a day when it is not worth your while to be at your best Great Times in Training Room - Never to be forgotten Special thanks to Mr. Merritt Never forget D, DI, Beck and Poo 1 I wonder where he is? TD YEAH! Swim 1 Diving 2,3 Trainer 2,3 LARRY PAUL CEDRONE 41 Sherrin Rd. Warren, Beals, College EVERY DAY YOU LEARN SOME- THING NEW. THAT IS WHAT LIFE IS ALL ABOUT. REMEM- BERS THE SCHOOL, MY FRIENDS, THE PEOPLE, THE TEACHERS, AND EVERYTHING ELSE. EDITOR ON YEARBOOK. BEALS HOUSE COUNCIL 1,2,3. ALL THE THINGS I DID WERE MEMORABLE. JOHN A CHAMBERS Jay 1933 Commonwealth Ave. Warren, Palmer Remembers: NC, TC, RM, WR, RR, MQ, JT, Pell, SK, Scarp, NP, AH, SG, RM, Ski, GC, Parties, Raymond special, G-Troop, Fantastic Five, Wells Beach Kids: VC, KM, PB, BK, MG, AC, CJ, SH, NR, CM, JT, The Spaceman. scoping, cruisin, the elec- tion, the gym, Aerosmith concert, the Exorcist, Jonesey's hole WI.lN M, CHAN JANET M. CHANG YUN-I CHANG Ming 122 Bellevue St. 50 Barbara Rd- 62 Auburn St. L.C.V.I., Riley, Business The Strangest three years in any- one's abdominal muscles. Hey man. From beyond I will always come back again. will CAROL I. CHARNEY Chico 130 North St., F.A. Day, Riley, College in California, Interior Design Remembers: TK+SD, BM, BM, MC, LR, DB, MC, TM, LF, LC SR, Hating Mat H with Barbara, LSW Parties Binding at bake sales, cold football games with the gan G, BR, A regular guy, California here 1 come! Frank Peron E, Steve Mcqueen. STEVEN M, CHIN 10 Larch Rd. Warren, Barry, College Remembers: ALL THE SLOBS AT THE CORMER TABLE, THE STAIRS, LOUSY BUS RIDES, GOOD TIMES IN THE FORT, THE BARN AND TOWER. JOE'S BARN CAPE COD SUMMER OF 75 STEPHEN P. CHARLAND 27 Pinde St. ANNA CHISARI 26 Broadway Day, Palmer, College Barry Locker's, George Is. North End RS LC JP, I'll never forget DD, All my love to LC, RS, great times with DM, TP DC, PT, LR, PG, SM, MM, TL, JP, LD, MR, Soccer games, Coffee Shop Italian Club, Parties at PT'S together LC, RS FOREVER DM I hope it will last, Igll never forger yu's I I PAMELA CURRIER CHASE 39 Chestnut Ter. Weeks As to Success or Failure they put that in the doubtful hands of hope. And when the reality of battle was before their faces they put their trust in themselves. Hello to every- one I know especially Maureen, Andy, Margie, Karen, BM, JM. Then there's Gim who I'll never for- get. AUDREY ELIZABETH CHISHOLM 20 Oakland Street, Bigelow, Adams, College Now may the warming love of friends surround us as we go Down paths of light and laughter where- more Happy Memories grow. Re- members: BBB, Sprite Nite, F-SD, First Show, WXJK. Hey Deb, is it a date? Special nites w!CB, MD, LB, St. Love to Dance! Rallt Committee Sec 3 HANH N. CHAU 33 Hancock St. PAUL C. CHORLIAN 465 Crafts St. JOSHUA R. CHOW TIM CHRISTODOULOPOULOS NEIL T- CHURCHILL 26 Washington Pk. 32 Madison Ave. 61 Temple St. CHRISTINE MARY CIOCCA Chris 25 Adams St. Day, Palmer, College Don't let the sun go down on me. He who cannot forgive breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass Thanks SK for always being there. Good times with DAG +J AD PMKMCCPGSKMBPT Fuzz and all the rest. Special Times with LR. Field Hockey 2 Softball 123 DEBRA L. CIVETTI 382 A Watertown St. DIANE GAYLE CLARK 15 Holland Street Bigelow, Bacon, College Fondest Memories: Donut shop, Pewter pot, Silhouette: Ho Jo's: Barry House Bathroom: Parties, Kowloon 9f75: Italy Trip 2fT63 My unforgettable friends: TC, TF, GC, PG. MR, TP, PT. SM, TL, DM, LD, AC, CC, LC, JP, RS, SW, NN, Fred N. Herman: Italian Play 2 Italian Club 3 SDC 1f5!74 P' I : KATHLEEN ANN CLOONAN Kathy Day, Bacon, College Will always remember good times at NNHS, Fun things with Micky, Sandy, Nancy, Sherry, Kelly, and Moe, Good times: Football games, Motorcade, Dances Good Luck to all my friends and good luck in the Fu- ture. DOROTHY CODINGTON Dory 1725 Commonwealth Ave. Warren, Barry, Music Stepheno and Joey: Relax tomorrow is coming. "Sing, Sing, and don't let those school bastards get you down!" Thanks love "You feel sorry for yourself better than anyone else I know." WENDY CLUBB Otis Street Warren, Barry, Floral Design Ned, Cindy, Vicki, Susan, Donna, Debbie, Debbie, Margo 'tMeet you at Beals" Barrel sitting. Surprise par- ties, May 29 Always. Remember Kathy. P.E.I. with Ned. LAWRENCE COEN Uncle Larry 52 Pembroke St. Bigelow, Beals, College "In the Depths of My Soul, There is Nothing But Pits" Give me your sweatah, JR, Mr, Mr, abMML SBWB SHCJ RDSL SLG BGJ GBRTD, Hey JB It's a Full Moon! Pant Remember the Beave? B and S if Family 3 Celebration 3 Monty CCC 23 The Fantasticks 1 who Marching Band 3 Musicale 23 Fo- rum 3 Chuck Newtonite 123 PETER J. CLARKE 21 Columbus Pl. MARK F COAKLEY 36 Parsons St. Coke Day, Riley, College Good Times with the boys. Trum, Gaz, Siggy and all the rest. Always remember Hop-along. Passing out in the whirlpool. Second effort, Head- lines "Wrestling 123 Senior Class Committee HARRY S. COHEN 68 Carl Street MDBK, Adams, Funny car Driver The office, Parties! Concerts, Auto body, NE Dragway N.H. Moms car, Hard times. BHB 123 A Fool and his money always seems to find those real good friends. FRANCIS KEVIN COAN Franny 24 Whittemore Rd. Bigelow, Barry "Cotton Ears" Good times at Jaques, Beals, The office MDC, Villa, Jade Island, Thanks to Ms, SOB, SN, SG, MM, CL, NM, AK, JT, DK, SK, CV, DDL, and the rest. Get to Class speak up JONATHAN HARRIS COHEN 28 Exmoor Rd. Bigelow, Palmer, College ALTON TWIST OWE UP - CHRIS RILEY HOUSE HOCKEY WHIST IN RILEY COMMONS DIVIDION JIM - CHRIS - LAWRENCE ALLEN COHEN 38 Clements Rd. Bigelow, Palmer, College What is a weed? A plant whose vir- tues haue not yet been discovered EMERSON GOLD, RED, THE EASY BAKE OVEN, THE OF- FICE, GOOD LUCK NG, SS. SM, DW, BM,,C, BM, JM, SL, SD, DS, TH, AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO MADE THIS POSSIBLE. THTHTHATS ALL FOLKS LEANNE COHEN 22 Caroline Park Warren, Palmer, College CHANGES. LYNNE DIG THE PH'S ON THE TS AT PM. YOU KNOW ME TOO BARB THE BATTMOBILE WILORI. POO AL- WAYS M MP. NOBODY THROWS MY P.C.B.V.A. BECAUSE ACE IS LANGUAGE. NEWTONITE, OPEN CAMPUS ROBERT JAY COHEN 192 Cotton St. Bigelow, Palmer, College Gnip Gnop is the Jazz of Sports, "Ramblings:" Deep Thoughts VS. Number Crunch, Pie-Faced, Fido, Dumb, Clucks Dongers, DyDx-O, k9p, JM-JM-JM-Jm-JM-CC, Con- cert Stu-EPA, Nair, Latus, Rectum, HS. Tennis 123 Table Tennis Club 123 OBC 1 QED. JOEL J. COHN 20 Commonwealth Ave ,O BRADFORD B. COLE 767 Commonwealth Ave MARY-ANN COLERON Mare 228 Auburn ST. Warren, Beals, Secretary Remembers: Austins, Beals stairs, the office, Love to SS, SH, MB, Rm, PJ, PM, LM, RT, EJ, CT, MS, KG, NB, Rb, LB, MU, BG, DG, Sn, JN, Cs, Tom: Concert choir 123 Brothers 8x Sisters 23 Memories of I am the King of the forest TGIF Friday Nights Fun. Three Dynomite Years. MAUREEN CONNELLY 35 Bennington St. LYNN L. CONQUEST 480 Walnut St. SHAUN PATRICK COLLIN 20 Philmore Rd. CBC St. Kilda, Australia, Palmer, Microbiology Good times at bacon house. Remem- ber the Aussi. Captain Kangaroo. Field Hockey 3 Track 2 Swimming 3 I will always remember, MF, LOD, MJ, DA, JW, JS, CM, DJ, TC, RC, CR, CM, PN, JN, BR, SP, all at ba- con Goodbye SPC ELAINE KATHLEEN CONNOLLY 21 Rogers St. Bigelow, Barry, College Hi Cindiel Oct. 73 Feb. Vac. 74 The Beginnin l Summer of 74 In the stands wFMel BCWlCher Howdy Hi Remember Deb? Close the door Au- drey SH. xmas vac. 74 unforgetable! Summer 75 at Manomet wlDK, ST, JC,CFB8zMB8iB8iB.Ifeelit Do you? Special times wfJK, LB, BR, Sz most of all with Steve. 'X affixi- OLIVIA DIANA CONTRADA 12 Copley Street, Bigelow, Palmer, College Italian Club 12 Treas. JV, Adams Cpuncil 12, Palmer 3, Dawn we made it. 12 ,au:'Os NX 1 -.. 'H SN "fra: fd-I ii. WARREN DAVID COLE Weeks, Adams, College 138 Cedar St. Tel - 527-1389 The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business. Like the tie not the jacket CarlBike Trips sum- mer 75 week-end fun with Joey, Ber- nie and all my friends from A SL Z Sunday bowling disco dancing Chi- nese food working, Stronzol Wres- tling Track City lcity league! basket- ball. WENDY J. COLLINS Wendu, Queenie 201 Highland Ave. F.A. Day, Murray Road, College Friends - no initials, just memories Take a walk on the wild side BROTHERSl Meanwhile back in the jungle. 4 square, who froze the jello? Born to loose. A what we will go? Riding is definitely Dutch Mur- ray Road Prom Queen. Riding, Ski- ing 123. Mr was great, I'm ready to move now. LOUISE A. CONNER Weze, Louie . 19 Fairfield Street Our Lady's, Beals, Vetrinarian It 's hard to try and bit my memories into a given space. Special friends and the things you do . . . The Park, Brigham's and all the good times I had there, Kid's from O.L. Spring Fever! Parties, Basketball 24 Chink food fssh. Goin' Fishing Numerous good days and a few bad! DAY CLASS OF '76 . . . GRAD. DEANNA COOK 40 Carl St. WILLIAM W. COLE 106 Pine St. KATHERINE ROSE CONNEELY Kathy 25 Furbush Ave. Warren, Palmer, Marriage To the man in the Jar . . , Good times with Bea, Beth, Pat, GL, MD, PL, JC, LR, MY, BC, SP AB, and to Billy, I'll love you forever and a day and a hopeful tomorrow. 5l23l74 al- ways remember Maine, Hyannis, match, Fuzz, Scott's house, Crystal Palace, Ol' poop, New Year's Eve and Trudi's song. See ya STEVEN J. CONONICO 191 Harvand Circle ville Day, Adams, Keefe institution Good Times with the Boys Carr School Summer of 75 down the Cape Camping Hey Nips where are you parties parties 67 Camaro Homer Street with Ted The High School Lot good Times with E.C. Good Luck Starsky and Hutch Florida with tom and the sharks Football 123 Baseball 123 I will always say Fuzzy is No. 1 because I am scared Blank of Him. DOUGLAS E. COOK 40 Carl St. STEPHEN H. COOK 15 Eliot St. x --4 f' GLEN M. COPATCH 31 Stratford Rd. CHARLES B. COSSABOOM JR. 17 Malvern Ter. KATHLEEN MARY CROVVLEY at K .v llxl 9 n Yu 5.-n.I ROBERT P. COOPER S Kirkstall Rd. STEFANIE COPPOLA T3 Allison St. CHRISTEN M. COTCGNO 25 Sewall St. DEBRA RAE COOPERSTEIN 19 Oakwood Ter.. Weeks Jr. High. Barry. College Man lives by believing in something. not by debating and arguing many things. Field Hockey 1: Nevstonite 2.3: French Club 2.3: Barry House Council 3: Senior Class Committee. DIANE M. CORBETT 259 Cherry St. ROBERT A. CRAMER 44 Indian Ridge Rd.. Meadowbrook. Murray Road Annex Wm. 17. sks spiritual enlitmnt Snd ideas. photo. t sx 2 Box 2 Ps - My luv 12 Deb. Frnds. Rd. DBC Chased from the gates of the cit5 by noon who touched me. I am auay. I am alone, Iam a child in these hills And looking for u'ater And looking for life JB! Who u'ill shou me the river? Kathv ROBERT STEVEN CLTCCHI LISA ANDREA CUGGINO 125 VVS-aton Ave Biglow. Beals. Modeling. Nursing Remember hyde park jp Beals stairs hampton beach coor's ashmont trzin ho sai gai the best of luck to all my friends especially kg jh cc most im- portant nm taurus tiger 8: kitty all my love to worman forever remem- ber dw always dont be sad for what you've lost be glad you once had it Cuch 5.5 Upham St. Warren. Bacon, unckudied 2l21lT4 the start of a new life through eternity with steph bun-ogg breakfast with fido. golf with norm wilmaforever. little butterball a-oo ozl brett you hot gaga daall rich and deb good luck hi marg olbancdamcsa mcsgsmhbpj hannie 6 Elmhurst Road, Bigelow, Palmer Every man is the builder of a tem- ple. called his body, to the god he worships, after a style purely his oun. nor can he get off by hammer- ing marble instead. We are all sculptors and painters, and our ma- terial is our own flesh an blood and bones. Henry David Thoreau a VINCENT A. CORTINA 83 Hawthorn St. DOUGLAS H. CROSBY Bing 35 Central Street Warren. Riley. Police BrokenLeg - 1 - Wrestling - 2-3 - Audio Visual 3 Remembers the Wrestling teams of T4-T5-T6 - and ML to DBB ,xr 'ru as-. " Q -I " 4 MICHELE AMANDA CULBERTSON 220 Newtonville Avenue. Bigelow. Riley. College Theres nothing uorth uinning than the love and laughter of friends. Love itl I saw the light Moe - final- ly. To all my friends - Good luck and happiness. Skiing Austrian Alps A a dream come true. To JA8:SG. MC8:PT. Good Luck. Swimming 1 Tennis 1.3 Skiing8zsailing forever. Newtonian. 1 w DANIEL P. CULLINS WILLIAM H. CULLISON Sonny or Danny 628 Watertown St. Day, Bacon, Undecided Stoppy, Poppy, Swish, I think this is a driveway Remembers: All the great softball games during summer of 73, 74, 75. Losing all my money to B. M. Playing cards. Having great times with B.M., R.M., D.W., K.A., P.J., D.P.,. E.L., C.L.,. P.C., P.G., D.D. I think I am freezing. I hope B.M. makes it thru the Navy. Billy 147 Randlett Pk. F.A. Day, Palmer, College Thanks for the memories and dont forget to call - Life is full of rude awakenings Linka+ the mean machine I think were going to be killed Remember: Marv, Nubba, Ginzo, Gutto, Porky NFC, Studly Bianc. Cuddles, Levine + Mr. Base- ball Love my fox - Tevituoykcub. Football, baseball. 123. ANDREW CUNEO 35 Simpson St.. ...N .- - X' 7 ff 'C .':" I SHARON MARIE CUNNINGHAM 103 Staniford Street Warren, Adams, college Great times wfLoretta, Becky +Friends. Beach Boys-74+75 H.R., 3392, the best. Special thanks - Mrs. Avery + my Gamily Sr. class, House Council 1-3 Look ahead, nev- er look back, move forward, don't stand still. And never, never be sad for what has been, be glad it was yours to have. SHARON K. CUSHMAN MARK HOPKINS LLOYD WARD CURBY George 1663 Commonwealth Ave. Warren, Beals Ignorance is bliss. Tous les francais . . . The english class. Free popcorn and the best home movies in town. LYFAF LYWAMH LYWEWT LYWWA. CREW 1,2,3? Stage Man- ager in exileg NEWTONIAN 3 Blame Bob! Newtonite 1,2,3g Sailing lg Debating team 1. See you all in 20 years BRYAN EDWARD CUTRONE 1112 Commonwealth Ave. Weeks, Adams, Crusin High school was great but I expect better. from the years agead. The of- fice, the Hut, 825 BEACON The Benches Friends Chuck Brew Sam DS The MRLL MD JM BT SS OH THE BABES NN DO JR LN and crazy kim NANCY, who! what! REEF TASISH MESC RORER A good time with BEERS m main man X x Ji JAMES EDWARD CURLEY 509 Auburn St. Warren, Barry, Coolege Looking forward to the years ahead, I hope I'll be around to see them. Will remember: The summer of 75 and 76, for years to come. Also Trasi- tion GOOD-BYE IT'S BEEN GREAT! CHARLES JOSEPH DALY JR. 2 Colonial Ave, F.A. Day, Barry, Carpenter I miss Laura! The men: Deep, Reefer, Crazy, Betho, Nicky. Math was fun with Marty. Hick ya with me? Can't forget DH IG. Hi Janice. 1 MAURA HEANNE CURLEY Warren, Adams, Nursing Thanks, Mom. Bestof luck to SGISH. Summer of 74 - Be Tri- umphg The long and, winding road: can gamangus 69 st. and Florida Do- it-up, Lisa Buns, mint. Bodhisattva! msmlstcm- Someday I don't know when, we're gonna get to thatg lace where we really want to go and we'll walk in the sun. Ads, Italian club 3 a10. DAVID L D'AMICO Muff Dive 310 Newtonville Ave F.A. Day, Riley, College Carrifl Donna Manchester Buns taking care of Brocton with Otis and my partner. 17 years with Nips. Adam House boys. Favorite 369. I'm only kiddont the Gem. Going 60. Save a tree eat a Beaver. Doing the 12oz. curls. Down the River. Going dry summer of 75. Baby of the Park. Hockey 2 Lacrosse 123. Y 34 Park St. Big DADDy and NYC. I'm a veteran of the corner! DONALD E. DARBY Darb 28 Grand Field St., Dedham Dedham Jr. High, Riley, Carpentry Darb, them darn Natick kids, techni- STEVEN F. DANFORTH PAUL E. DANGELO calities, carpentry, snickers, LL Blue 337 Cabot St. 34 Adams St. Impala. .T xl ,.., Y 1 i RICHARD J. D'ARGENTO Red Bush 227 Adams Ave W. Newton Warren, beals, Mass. Maritime Adc. Great times with Vicki 442. She's a machine lost at sea. P town summer of 75 manomet best man God father, Best Wishes to Ed and Louann and kid, Ed Jr. Lacrosse 123 Red moon Red Bush THE END 11-I9- 75 extra special wish to Vic 1-4-3 VH 10-12- 73 The letter Ed's Apert BARRY MICHAEL DAVIS 693 Beacon Street Weeks, Murray, Road, Easy Living Murray Road gave me more than The High School ever could. MS ride forever MM CD IM MD Where did you go? Last Yaha for ping-pong T3- 74 Sargent Watermelon timebomb 4 square Duckies Head Checks Prom King. I don't tell many people I love them aw I love you. Hey, that's not my picture! DIANA L. DE ANGELIS 71 James St. Warren, Barry, Nursing Remember all the faces, great times with JL, DC, BH, PH, AR, MM, CM. 8f14l71. Good luck to GV8zJL, DCQDC, MR8zBH. Gallon of Rum 2l25l75. Summers down the Cape. ANDREA BARBRA DELGROSSO 1 Ashmont Ave. F.A. Day, Adams, good Times, the caf., Bertha Bud, Pewter pot x blocks, right g.f. VAL. R.s. D.C.D.C Hay party party! what CLASSES? Hey get a job. No but you are'?'? Take care of the business. Wliy Me Good-bye NHS It's been rea . ROBERT T. DAVIS 48 Auburndale Ave. REUBEN S. DAWKINS 56 Stanley Road Warren, Palmer, College "Out Palmer" "Out Beals," Dyna- mite. Bones. Remembers D Grub EJ RT Tim K. Debbie J. Charlie S. Tin A "Roof" M "LTD" Pluto JS Larry's house Berkshire Summers RiDing Justin Jims Paula M MT IDA Cows- legs + MS SW Batty Patts Harry PJ Pizza Bunrattys Caf Bleachers Marji G LB PM Burger Jelly Beans. SUSAN L. DE ANGELIS 52 Crehore Dr. Warren, Beals, College Good times wfVH, WC. KJM, and fights - CH. you can't always get what you want Sisda Capri. GHG'S Love it! Flexies Brine! Manomet 75 Cape Cod Ptown! 6-18-T57 T-18-T5 Bermuda 76 It 's the laughter we will remember. Vicki Love and Luck to VHMMRDSWKWMWCNFCHKJM DRBAOLKATPPJ DONNA M. DELGROSSO 210 River St. ALFRED S. DEFAZIO 35 Saco St. JOHN D. DELICATA 352 Nevada St. 1? JANE E. DEGEORGE 136 Gibbs St. JOSEPH DE LORENZO Joe 38 Elmore Street Newton Centre Weeks, Bacon, College Great times with Berk, Vass Warren in Glouster. "Like the Jacket not the ne." Lots of love to Fitz next door. Bern Jess, Hag, Craig, Andy, Ahmed and the rest are the Best. Soccer 123, Indoor track and outdoor track 123 Captian Ski Avoriaz 75 "Time to dance NNHS." Goodby. 1 A , ,. , . .'o5 x 1.-.- 34:39 . . ,.. . . l L ,vu " I ' Q-. hi L. 'rl 'I rg....l STEPHEN D. DELROSE 90 Webster St. JAMES C. DEMAIO 44 Carver Rd. .JOSEPH M. DEMAIO Joey 16 Taft Ave. Day, Riley, College ' 67 CORVETTE 427' DOROTHY JEAN DEMEO Dotty 1925 Commonwealth Ave Warren, Barry, Yeah Remembers: the crew, Lockers, the tech Dept., the cars, NR 8: Cappy. the caf., CV 12 yrs 8: no presents, Hey John, hows your car? pp 520 G block ma, th. gh, Jp. pp, Rm. AJ, TK Sz the No Lou! Creepo 8: Joe Ba- nanas, El Bananas Band. orch 123,mB 12 the tours SG Her, Lennxz' The Neighborhood etc Heyguys are you a turtle? DEBBIE ANN DE SANTIS 147 linwood Ave. F.A. Day, Bacon, Executive secretary Work-study 123 Karate 1 Italian Club 1 Don't let the crowd pressure you - stand for something, or you 'll fall for anything. Love and success to B.H. Remember: All the good times, Forget the bad. 1':7f74 Ho- Jo's, our anniversary. Good luck TS, LS, LL, DL, Dan 't walk away love to Bobby and NNHS DANIEL SCOTT DEVANEY 69 Lowell Ave. F.A. Day, Bacon, Auto Mechanic To LMG Roses are red Violets are blue Sugar is sweet But not as sweet as youl 1-4-3. Going to lunch, skpping classes, with LMG, Remem- ber the strange girls we met? Good luck to: LMG, CK and KV, BW, BT, KW, KM, PJ, KA, DC, SR, SB, Kit and Row. SARKIS J. DEMIRGIAN 15 Margaret Rd. JOHN S. DESIMONE 140 Sargent St. ELLEN IRENE DEVITO 14 Clark Rd. Warren, Riley, College Good times in Maine: Marshfield, Matt, Summer 75 Flo, Ferg, Galiz, Chag, M.C. T.G. "Hen." "P, Wall" Weekends N.T.D. Alright Way-ling NICHOLAS J. DICKENS II 1 Winter St. STEVEN R. DIETZEL Deitz, 14 Harding Terr., Riley Carpentry Major the best side of Ei- leen C. Silence is Golden MELANIE J. DENNIS 55 Cedar St. JOAN E. DESOUSA 72 Perkins St. ALBERT J. DEZOTELL 28 Annapolis Rd. .ll .-, N , Q. . - Q r' ,V Villas. a PAULA M. DIFOGGIO 5 Churchill St. EDWARD CHARl.1'lS DERIVSHA 11175 Beacon St. Weeks, Adams, College IIS Years, But I finally made it. lt's cool. Got a hunk. Mum-hecl out at Kentuc. and Pewter. Best class Sur- vival. Best times with many. Best times at the Brook and Bleachers and Cruisin. Worst class French. You don't have to call my Ma. X I Y . 1 1 JOHN DAVID DESOUZA 118 Barbara Rd. Warren, Beals, College Time is flying never to return i Virgil, Remembers: Thanksgiving Day Footall game and Post 507, Also remembers JD, BW, DP, BM, JN, MA, CT, B1.,SK, RS, CG, BR, NB, SW. Swim Team 128, Cross Country Ski Team 233, Concert Choir Il, Beals Council Il, Newtonian 3 NICK DIBENEDETTO SW, 19 Marion St. Warren, Bacon, College Remember: SoSo Duckie big "D" All my friends at star BB, SL, AS, AN, GL, NI., SD, DL, KM, MT, Godfa- ther, Sal, Capo, Chris, Vona, Hantis My favorite one Beach Boys Fun Fun Fun Waitin? 11f2 years Never let it go, DK, DV and Cousins, Nob- cot the Place of Laughs, Star Xmas Party what a time we had Audiovisu- al 123 DONNA MARIE DIGIANVITTORIO 66 Upham St. Warren, Adams,? Great times with Susan, Kim, Ja- nette, Patsy, Jackie Si All the rest. French plays, Italian play, Italian Club-Dance is a way of life! Neyer forget the summer of 74' w!JM Au- guri Patsy! Janette - Boys! JW you're so nice. What lies in the fu- ture is a mystery to us all - good luck Everyone. DAVID J. DIMARTINO D 291 East St., Dedham Dedham, Riley x A X CHERYL ANN DIPRIMA 282 River St. Warren. Adams, College Remembers: All the good times with Mike, and all my friends through high school. Especially H. M. Good Luckl THOMAS B. DOHERTY JR. 35 Court St. ROBERT L. DIMATTEO JR. Bob 340 Cabot St. F.A.Day. Adams, Air Force Space Truckin '70Merc Bones + Bowls Summer '75' working and re- cuperating Cold Springs John Roy RMKD '63TBJFNL Cop at WPK Ed is Flashin' Tracey Mark Larry 3392 Later NANNETTE DION 17 Harding St. la DOUGLAS A. DIXQN DAWN MARIE DOHERTY LISA M. DOHERTY 24 Lodge Rd. - 16 Pembroke St. 49 Clyde St. VICTORIA A. DOHERTY 200 Kent Rd. JAMES M. DONALDS Roberts Ave JONATHAN T. DONALDSON 195 Woodland Rd. Warren, Palmer, College Remembers: Good times in the li- brary and caf. Good luck to all my friends. Basketball 2 Tennis 1 Year- book 3 Palmer House Council 1,2 Bi- ology Club 3 Bigelow, Adams, Nursing Adams House Council 2-3 Good Bye to Homeroom 2351 Today is the to- morrout we worried about yesterday. ROSALYN SUE DOMBA 33a Wesley St. Medowbrook. Alpha I was a member of the Riley House Council. I worked in the: Palmer House Office, Bacon House Store and Book Room and Data Process- ing. I will never forget Dorothy Long Dr:Brinton Meadowbrook the Dance Club and Newton North High School. 11 136 'fix' .JOSEPH RAY DONATO Superstar 109 Albert Rd., Warren, Adams, Marine Biologist As for a future life, every man must judge for himself between conflict- ing vague probabilities. Francis Drawin Remember: B. Wong J. No- lan B. McQuilan S. Schafer BE SM BY BM Breakfast before SAT,ACH Movies Bowling Not knowing what to do Swim 123 No human thing is of serious importance. MARY A. DONAHUE 89 Lexington St. DAVID DONEGAN Dave 118 Hunnewell Ave. Bigelow, Barry 'T KEVIN M. DONOGHUE JEROME J. DONOVAN 'IANICIS llOllf7l'I'l"l'l'l 116 Dickerman Road 76 Aflingmn Street 14 liaxon SUCH JOSEPH BRIAN DOYLE 604 Walnut Street Day,Barry,College Joe,Soup Its not how you play the game that counts its who you play it with. This is true! B-boys 6-29-75 Sand trap Sal. Football - Claflin Weston Lets Bavarder! U Mass - Party thanks to all for super 3 yrs. at NHS, ESP count, Teps, Saint, Mac, Tom Sig, Sal, Bob, Rich, Mike et all hockey! 1.2.3, Tennis 1.2.3 YRBK 3 TIMOTHY W. DUNN 33 Owatonna Street RICHARD D. EAGAN 3 Albion Place PAUSA JEAN DRAKOS 19 Freeman Street Meadowbrook, Palmer, Undicieded She can only be pushed so far. Re- member locker room powwows Cape Cod Summers Montreal Love to SK,KS,DM,SC, and thanks Miss G. Fild Hockey Mgr. 2,3 Basketball Mgr. 1,2,3 Softnall 1,2,3 AFS 1 Rally Committee 1,2, KIMBERLY A. DYETT 59 Prince Street JAMES M. DUFFY 19 Day Street JOLIE BETH EAGLE 551 Chestnut Street Warren,Riley,Teaching or Business Remb me with smiles for if you remb me with tears then don't remb me at all: gay Paris hot sauce 75: Lovel Isle: Hold on Robin: to dir with love: Re- members: Lou, AK,KP,GL,VD,C- B,AB,CV,:Jumbo 1 no make it 2: TB,AV,MO mon nites: Bob, MS. MR. H good times at HOJO STEVEN DUNBAR 256 North Main Street PHILIP D. EWARDS T7 Davis Ave. Warren, Bacon, College EDS Soccer 1,2,3 TEE Med Gust Tard Whool Bird and the rest A clean slate is a lonely person. Ioe got rub ber soul. JOANNE EKIZIAN 35 Holman Road Barry, WarrenArt Education Goodtimes with all my friends do da day mon francais copain crazy times with MOB EW BW HB TS DS MV RJ SS 3 Barry House Council 3 Ar- menian Clib Rich and stews little noses DI QQ RWM 8: MPM LINDA M. EPSTEIN 281 Ward Street DAVID ERBIFINA 48 Anthony Circle Day,Adams,College The whole art of teaching is only the art of awaking the natural curiosity of yound minds. - Anatole France. Thanks: Mrs. K, Mrs. S. E.R. Tennis 1,2,3 Newtonite 2,3 Newtonian 3 H -. ... . REBEKA ESTON Becky 159 Mt. Yernon St. Caring makes the difference. Thanks: BPCGSC, NRD IT. LR. DC. ML, ME, V'Ball, JC. SJB, LE. TAJT What would I've done without Loretta and Sharonf Thanks Mrs. Avery. S.S. 'HY Buddy LP "Sante people say that life is for the birds. They 're right. those who lite fly high." Take care my friends? JOSHUA JAY EZRIN Annawan Rd. Warren, Adams, Wall Street SP JI RR Newtonite 1,3 Jr. Class Treasurer Yearbook 3 Gymnastics. 1 Soccer 2 3 Ski Team 2 3 Ski Club 3 N.Y.C. 1 2 3 One man that has a brain and hnows it, can always beat ten men who havent and dont. - Shaw SKYE FACKRE 69 Bowen St. Washington, Warren, Weeks, College Skye - The island and its legends. Disillusionment, deliberate, frenetic, I came in transition, I left in transi' tion, returned lratsl in transition. Thank God, I'm leaving. Explorers Club. Yearbook Photographer! Tgoughtprints TTTAM + MJCLP- S . x u Fo. STEPHEN M. FALCONE MARGARET ALICE FANNING JOSEPH STEVEN FARAGA FRANCIS A. FARAGO 37 Alden Pl. Peggy 80 Waban Park Bigelow, Barry, Undecided Don 't be sad for what you 're lost, be glad it ii as once yours. Great times with NSJMJMLBSNKMKNDF YDMWLM. HR with ES. SN I won't go over anymore cliffsf All my love to Joey. Newton Corner, Parties, the Wall. Burr. the Pub. Thanks SM Gail and everyonef Schlitz 71-1 42 Larkin Rd. Warren, Beals, College: retirement at 28 Oh I get it! What? Next Term Good- bye to Beals 81 the kids the Cape, Agnes, 11th grade, History with Sue, the Project Breakfast 123, Driving 23, Golf 23, Rifle 123. THOMAS S. FAY 35 Kensington St. Day. Adams CLASSifacations. expert charactor judge People Bird CW PE RN SHARON M. FARIA MARK L. FARRAR March SS and ANYONE who wants 30 Riverdale Ave. 12 Kimball Ter. to be in my click. JOSEPH FERGUSON Ferg 233 Linwood Ave. Day. Palmer, Undecided The Park Carr 31 kiddies korner Ferg. I excalibur my Vett Quaker car wash Good times with all the guys Stooges Effie Nora Cousin Basil BK Every night. Profile Tunes Yeees Ltd. SUSAN ANN FERGUSON 231 Webster St. Warren. Beals, College Remember: R.G. 4!23l75, good times with E.D, E.C, L.Q, AND J.M., K.B, D.O, C.C and the times at the Mrt. with S.D, T.F. Palmer wall: At the tower 9l25!T5 Pool Parties at Mac's1 In fiom of Mullens: 1:30 A.M. '15 75. CYNTHIA GAIL FERLISI Cindie 25 Clearwater Rd. Warren, Palmer, College Hi Elaine Oct T3 Feb vac T4. X-mas vac 74 1!1!75 wf Debbi Audrey + BR. MEI in PC Room, Good times at Stands Allison lot caf Beach 75 wf EC, JC, DK, SK, JK, PS, BS. Color my world! B+B+B. All my love to John, my own spaceman. Remember, a dreamer lives forever. 538 California St. JOHN WINTHROPE FEIG Samuel 16 Pickwick Rd. Warren, Beals, College I will forget all the agony, misfor- tune. Yet all the Royal Hines 'es will remain in my mind for years to come. My Lester should last at least sixty years at which my perminant Record shall be destroyed. Swim- ming 3 Ski 3 Tennis 2, Ski Club 123. JUDITH ELLEN FICKSMAN 28 E. Blvd. Rd. Weeks, Beals, College Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open road Healthy, free, the world before me The long brown path be- fore me leading where I chose. - Walt Whitman Russian Club 12 President 3 Debate 3 Yearbook 3 SANDRA CAROL FINN Sandy 77 Paulson Rd. The life which men praise and re- gard as successful is but one kind. - Thoreau. I want to live my life fully, experiencing and learning as much as I can. It's been nice. Thanks to everyone. My love and best wishes to DA, all my friends 8a Transition, Newtonite 123 OB 2 Transition ALAN R. FLYNN 25 Bridges Ave. JAMES AUGUSTINE FOLEY III 33' 18 Westview Terrace Warren, Palmer, Actor Remember: South Pacific, Charlie Brown, GiGi, Tex, Cluck, Berb, Un- cle Saul, Ray Smith. Valuable infor- mation can truly open reasonless id- iots always, for laziness of youth di- minishes. My best wishes, love and respect to everyone I have come to know and love forever. CARL C. FIERIMONTE 128 Hyde St. THEODORE J. FINN 184 Paulson Rd. DIANE F. FLYNN Great Rd, XE, .Q ' x 5 ax ?' B. LAURA A. FOLEY 27 Eddy St. JEFFREY E. FINKLE Duck, Ffej 165 Albemarle Rd. Day, Bacon, College What is essential is invisable to the eye. CK, KD, ML, NL. A sunset. Rick, Doug, Ken till the end of an endless end 71 toy, 68 VW, A window + A door. YOU CAN'T TEACH A MAN ANYTHING YOU CAN ONLY HELP HIM DISCOVER IT IN HIMSELF. Amy - Remember the moments. NNHS Remember me. Gymnastics 1,2. BETSY C. FINN 90 Leeson Lane PAUL JONATHAN FISCH 1650 Comm. Ave. Warren, Bacon, College REMEMBERS: Samuel, J.G.F., Juan Vehiques, Frimus, B.S. Hotzy Totz, Eeph 8: Ahhf. Paarte. The fog over the pool. Dueling Banjoes Swim Team 23. Teachers: Harper, Gahtas, Dr. J., Belmarsh. Last words: To all my friends, sighanara 8: shalom. EDWARD FLYNN Ned Adams Ave. Wendy, Ned, Ray, Tim. P.E.I. with Wendy. 3 VIRGINIA A. FONG 12 Lenglen Rd. Day, Beals Don't forget the good times. Take care of the business. Pewter Pot, the Caf Here comes King Kong. Good luck RAVDRP. It's party time. Hey Val, take care of Hollinger. Truc King-Tuesdays 8r Fridays. LINDA R. FLINK 54 Garland Rd. Bigelow, Beals, College The old clock ticking our minutes off day by day - no one listening. Newtonian 3 German Club 12 Vice President 3 French Club 123 Senior Class Committee Remembering: AL, LLF, AB, SC. It does not appear so important today - to have shiny floors. ELAINE MARIE FOLEY 47 Woodland Rd. Bacon, College But take your time, think a lot, why think of everything you'oe got, for you will still be here tomorrow but your dreams may not. CAT STE- VENS Thanks to all my friends old and new. Love to M + D JAY F. FORD 709 Centre St. f-5,5 RICHARD F. FOSTER 45 Maynard St. .e VINCENT PAUL FRANZ 73 Clisby Ave. Dedham, Riley Good luck to all the kids in Auto Shop. Hope to see you when we get out of school. MICHELLE -IAN FREID 342 Ward St. Weeks. Bacon, College To the ones who left me there MP-IVSWLMJDRGEDEH8zAE Summer 74 Fiddler8t the Family Cliffswevcem Russia75Moslennov Summer 75 Pianol 4Mosuf BGPar- ties Blue Monster Post, Beals stair to mooving sidewalks Swim Team 12 Stage crew 123 Russian Club 123 CC123 FR Club 23 Forge anything? Thanks to all of my friends. ALLEN M. FRYAR 117 William St. 3. WILLIAM L. FOX 80 Prairei Ave. DAVID A. FRANCHI 44 Orchard Ave. PATRICIA ANN FRASCATORE Patty 315 Waverly Ave. Bigelow, Adams, College Best wishes to RB + CS and our Friday Nights Good times down Aquinas with the kids My house 73 Wizard of Oz. Good luck RBBAM- FABMVPRJIJM Our friendship will never die ND Good times in 73 Our love will last forever CF Good luck MM Hawthorne The Big Bopper BA JAMES GILBERT FRIEDELL 122 Temple St. Warren, Barry, College This too shall pass and in the near future will be memories never to be forgotten. Friends u'ho accept us as we are, are the most treasured friends by far. Remembers: watching the Thanksgiving day football game in the rain. Fuzz, Clarkie and the Lacrosse team of 75. Mr. C's Auto class. Soccer 12 Lacrosse 123 Bast- ketball 3 X-Country 3. DEBORAH ROSE FRATTAROLI Motormouth 17 Fernwood Rd. Warren. Riley, College All my love to Richie Lannos MT Choco RA The HJPWAYGTHAPPU Good times with the Big Buy kids and the Penguin crowd. The week- end in NY Mama Leone Christmas Party Nero Bore Midnight bowling Marco fell in the water 7l26 Feb 21 All the weekends we spent drunk. KRBMCBDAAKLTBHLD- SAMCNBLLAL LYNNE FRIEDLANDER 261 Commonwealth Ave. Weeks, Riley, College I said all the dead head miles and the insincere smiles. Sometimes I can laugh and cry and I can't re- member u'hy - but I still love those good times gone by. Leanne - PH's on the T's at PM. SDABP-Bethie. Barb-eternally! Q-tips S. Racer. R.M. "Pass the vas" My dearest L. and A. to Steven. PATRICIA ANN FRATTAROLI Patti, Pat 17 Fernwood Rd. Warren, Palmer This is a family place Remembers: Austins summer of 75 Joe T Sox's Games Getting wrecked Henry 912 Birthday Party D.A.T.D.C. trip to N.Y. Mudwalkers Jasper will do it Thank-you Joanne 6l6 8l6 10131 Hi Richie Kr Debbie MARSHA ELLEN FRUMAN I1 Fellsmere Rd. Bigelow, Riley, College Yesterday is today's memory + to- morrow is today's dream, Great times with the gang: AB- LAPRMVSJBARBMMPFKG Haw- thorne NHSPL Holiday Inn Cruis- ing + Chinese Fire Drills Laconia Avoriaz in France 2 Special AB Ad- ams House Cafe+Park BA Tries to MVY with SJ Helluva night NCJPWSJ. DENNIS MICHAEL FULLER Spaceman 57 Orchard Ave. Warren, Adams Football 123, Baseball 123 Remem- bers: New England Dragway the Training Room the Hut Auto Body Home Room Hank Mike Rick Diane Donna Cap Bob May each day or the u-eeh be better than the last. NORA ANNA GABLICKS Norka 103 Cabot St. Bigelow, Adams, College 73 N.A.G.+D.A.M .. er.+Chuck Hunk. TerraA-1 but E.-J. Dirst Anita Remem. Mandingos Yaal Piesaule - MaryUblew it! Summ. of 75 A.B. Thanks. "Feelings like I'ue never lost you, and feelings like I'll never have U again in my life" "Too many people, too many moments and too, too many memories." ELISA F. GALLELLO 120 Tolman St. 442.- ,rf r1,r I g if PHYLLIS GALLINELLI KIM ALISON GALTON JOHN P. GARABEDIAN 10 Church St. Bigelow, Barry, Undecided You don't know what you got until it 's gone l'll never forget Barry stairs Italian Club and the play 2. Best of luck to the gang TP, DC, PT, MR, DM, LD, TL, LC, AC, RC, FT. Re- member all the afternoons in the doughnut shop? I'll always love you Sal. Good things in life take a long time. 244 Woodland Rd. Warren, Riley, College "It's the laughter we will remember "Never forget the haircut, jock and jill capt. cheerleaders, the strip- per, the day-off, N.H., C.C., the park, parties own a piece of the rock! Great times and good luck to MP, LR, MM, CB, MF. Thanks to BA. All my love to Ray 11f2l73 . . , Color My World ROBERT E. GARABEDIAN Garo 112 Harding St. Warren, Bacon Good times with all the kids down the park. From swimming with Sarge to Brawling with all the Hercs. JL Adams House Cutlass 124 411 Base- ball 123 'Hockey 123 73 Mint Motto: Keep your pride! THOMAS FRANCIS GEAGAN JR. 25 Rowe St. Warren, Riley, College As you learn to be what you are ex- pected to be, how do you learn to be what you are? Always Remember: The Group, Gang 8: Extras. Summer of 75, Regan's Raiders, I miss you Jane, Love to Kathy, Carol, Swim- team 2 Cruising with JM+MN Thank You Mr. Guild, Lois RUSSELL JOSEPH GASDIA Russ, Gaz 92 Fairway Dr. Day, Palmer, College Say hello, hello Sundance Link Marv MongeGuy Coaks Trum Siggy and all the rest. My back hurts suf- fer! You can have her! Two Points, take down! PD3 Pudge Far Out Wrestling 123 Band Palmer House Council Junior, Senior Class Com- mittee. WILLIAM PAUL GASSETT Cowboy 182 Walnut St. Day, Riley, Electrician, Horse Showing Good Times Riley House. Electrical with D.F., B.C., E.B., J.T. And don't forget Stanley! It's never too late to Get What You Can Out of Life and Enjoy lt! Good Times with J.C. and always remember All 74 Albert Rd. - ' a T' , s.. ' f ' i ,,,' - . 4 4- ' . .X f r 1 NORMAN T. GAUDET 27 Winchester Rd. RICHARD GEARY JULIE GENS PAUL D. GENTILE 255 Adams Ave. 56 Barnstable Rd. 21 William St. LINDA ANN GENTILUCCI 135 Norwood Ave. Day, Beals, Cartoonist+ Interior Decorator Soph year the best year, the office, the stands and everywhere. Party. Great times with JH,BP, RJ,BA,BR,MT,MS,PS,KB,DW,CL. The Ville H. Room with CL,PG,SM GEORGEL Mr. A.Sr. year good times with everyone in Transition. Washburn Island, the rain, spot, beans and carrots. Thanks to Mike + Ron. ROBERT PAg.L GIGLIOTTI lg 109 Lexington St. Warren, Riley, U.S. Air Force Remember: AfV Automotive Major. Leo Martin. Ice Cream - Bob ' I .X SHELLEY BONITA GILBERT 309 Kenriek St. Bigelow, Barry, College School is good for some, School is Tim S. Dou C. Mike K, Mik bad for some, But for me it was a lot , 8 e C. Nick D. Joe D. Baseball 2 Wrestling i3?Want to hear a joke? - Bob G, Jay of fun. I wish best of luck to Buns, RH, LF, + DF in the future and all my love to SKIP 9f20f74. RANDALL J. GILBOARD Randy 207 Waltham St. Day, Riley, College Great Action What's goin' on in this section of town? What's new Watch- ing the people go by while sittin' on the library steps To all my friends BY, BT, DS, DH, JM, JL, CB, PA, KS, BG, EF, SOB, MK, BM, SL, NC, BL, ES, Track 1 Ske Team 3 PATRICK R. GILFEDDER 18 Hale St. SUSAN K. GILLES 667 Chestnut St. GEORGE MICHAEL GILLEY 205 Nevada St. Day, Bacon, School work The Park Adams House The 69 Chevy The Smoker Brown Chevy truck. Good times with all the kids down the Park and up the High School Auto Shop 2 3. Senior Year the Best. 7 ALAN .l. GINNETT LAWRENCE J. GIORGIO CLAUDE D. GIROUARD GROOVY GLORIA 1:22 Watertown St. 1121 Beecher Ter. 293 Webster St. 69 Hanscome Lane Never let go - hold on to what VVILLIAIVI B. GOEDICKE 19 Crosby Rd. SARI FA F, GOLDBERG S2 Bllllough Pk. Weeks. Bacon. College We spend half our time lL'lShlf1gf0l' things ive could have if ue didnt spend half our time irishing. Or- chestra 1,2,3. ALLAN GOLD 48 Marshall St. Az '1,. ,et ,. 'V' .fe A! BENJAMIN I. GOLDHAGEN 185 Highland Ave. JOHN L. GOLDBERG 83 Central Ave. .JULIE ROBIN GOLDMAN 49 Waban Hill Rd. N. Weeks, Bacon, Undecided you've got, be safe. Always wear your belts. NEIL LAWRENCE GOLDBERG 12 Crocker Circle Warren, Beals, College Look around: the grass is high, the fields are ripe: It 's the springtime of my life. - Paul Simon Familyg Con- cert Choirg Producer: Charlie Brown B-Ballg Tennisg Co-Lay Out Ed. Newtoniang My eternal gratitude to CG,SS,CW,JK,LG8r all others who gave me a greater insight into what is essential in life. Bob, Nov. 23, '74 8a Feb. 1, '75. Say it all. Thank you. ' 2 JV. PILAR ISABEL GOMEZ DE LA VEGA 131 Prince St. Madrid, Barry, Lawyer in Spain Remember: Wellfleet, Swim Team, South Pacific, AFS, French + Span- ish Club. International Club, Ger- man Club, Good Luck to Rob + Lin- da, Thanks to everyone for helping me through a most difficult time in a foreign country. Election night. E Newton, Brigs. Maine, SL.TD,M, T,.I,GC, AR,EC. HF. DVQH, MY FAMILY. HAROLD A. GOODALE JR. 45 Albert Rd. ILENE GOODMAN 37 Salisbury Rd. Bigelow, Riley 123 LHC I K STAR I have some- thing to tell you , . .? Chinese Food Summer-75 ASLS-74 Sundays Friendship is just a little word, it's people who make it big Thankx- KHLLDHTWBBNLDLBMJEPB CHERYL A. GOODWIN MAIDA DEAN GOODWIN MARJORY A. GOOLKASIAN 7 Taft Ave. 38 Balcarres Rd. 51 Albemarle Rd. CARRIE GOREN 11 Ashford Rd. Bigelow . . . and I know that that island will not be perfect, it will have the flaws of life, the absurdities of the dinner tableg but there will be a door and I will open it . . . Thanks Mr. Merritt, Of Parker pens, apples, and cigars, They got a wall in China . . . NEW- TONIAN, Swim Team, post 535 f-s is ,-tv, I DANE J. GRASSO 36 Green St. l Warren, Adams, College Mashed potatoes are to give every- body enough. R. Krauss Orchestra 123 German Club 23 CHRISTINE MARIE GORGONE Meadowbrook, Riley, College To Mrs. Hayden one mirror to look again I will to the cafeteria the Pillar House chef. Please don't squeeze the Charlmer's PAUL S. GORSKY 65 Fellsmere Rd. x Kiln DIANE GRECO 25 Whitlowe Rd. Warren, Beals Best memories: camping w!Mr. K I ate it up P.A.T. - Summer of 75 Marshfield: Bud Chicks Cape, July 4: Typing wfMr. Howl and - Ms. Caram, Read 8a Reread Allmy love to Bri 10f30f73 Special love and thankx to LC DK KA SS KM DA LL JF PM KCQ Div wfff, Dona Wana Coma Pona: All my love to May 8a Guido. . V -gpwxzr' CAROL M. GREEN 272 Highland Ave. Warren Palmer Colle e , , E You get out what you put in. Transi- tion The Corner Thanks SK and LS, other people too. Diving Thought- prints Assorted Doodads ix? l PHILIP E. GOODMAN 34 Lafayette Rd. SUSAN ANN GORDON Sue 88 Harding St. Warren, Beals, College Love+Thanx to LZ, RR, SO, GM, CA, AK, JF, MS, MM, LC, Pewter Pot WXJFSOGM, The Odd Squad, Paragon, Jacques, Cruzin w'?'?Jac, The Rink+Beals. HB - As time goes by. Joe, thanx for the smiles! . , Whether I'm right or whether I'm wrong, I'm satisfied for I did it my way . . . Beals Council 123, Sr Class 3, Yearbook BERNARD JOEIQQPH GOULDING 80 Brookside Ave. F.A. Day, Barry, College Ashland is a nice place to visit but . . ., Good times with J.D.L. WC AA DB CH AM RM Mah Protege's and all the rest, Summer of 75, Kawasaki, Camero, DJ Discotizing and party- ing, BREAK OPEN THE BREW!, Never forget the Gasl, Swimming 2, Indoor Track 3, Track 3. LORI BETH GREEN 21 Holland St. Bigelow, Beals, College Russian Club 123 French Club 23 Bi- ology Club 23 Igot this thing inside me that's got to find a place to hide me I only know I must obey This feeling I can't explain away - STEELY DAN PATRICA KERRIN GREEN patty 48 Philmore Rd. Bigelow, Adams, Retailing Soonohsoonthelight, Pass with in- andsoothe Thisenlessnight And waithere for you, ovrreason tobe- here. DM 9l17l75mimosa to feedthe- birds bonesn' X block Deb Cindy Clair June Carol MomandDadTh- anks Foggingthe Windows Vanilla- shakes Yes Aerosmith CGBGJAAT- SOUTH full moons lNIM'sGettingof- ,J ... if fonit! DEBORAH GREENSIDE 246 Linwood Ave. Day, Adams, College An unexamined life is not worth liv- ing. - Socrated NNHS had pro- vided me with learning experiences that will last a life time, The founda- tions are there - now to build upon them. Newtonite through thick and thin, Debating Society: the melting pot ad infinitum, swim team Thoughtprints KAREN MARIE GRIFFITI-IS 294 Commonwealth Ave. Bigelow, Riley Remember Pattaman Beals HP, JP Hampton the train Austins parties my love to friends KC JH CC the- Cape maltemilballs somerville Han on in there baby Ho Sai Gai the fort SN BG MS DC SS SH DW EC the fun will be gone but the memories will never be lost. David Illl love you forever. PETER A. HADLEY 142 Moffat Rd. SUSAN GREEN 113 Beaumont Ave. Day, Barry, College Our Lives are Strange - Interludes in the Electrical Display of God the Father! LMM: Its a nickname, oz, Hold fast to dreams. My BB's DW,KF,TM. All my worrying to KM 8: SM. Stay Bubbley BM.MFFD Swimming 1,2 Gymnastics 1,2,3, Tennis 1,2,3, Newtonite 1,2,3 Newto- nian 4 r llvb -A LAURA GREENFIELD 58 Green Park Bigelow, Bacon, College Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. LORENDA MARY GRELLA DIANE S. GRENDA SHARYL ANN GRIFFIN 61 Bridge St. Newton Chatholic, Adams, undecided Love shall be as constant, as friends. To Weze: gym, Cabot Park, Wash- ington. KW: mornings, work, GLE- CLE-O! Remember: Albermarle, Theatre Arts, and Joann. Cheryl and Renny, all the great times, long talks, mellow music. Finally, to my guy, Danny, "1-4-3!" 17 Washington Ter. ANNE GUINEY 64 Greylock Rd. Day, Palmer Poor, dear God. Playing Idiots De- light. The game that never means 55 Bowen St. Weeks, Adams, Nursing All my love to SH great times with MC and LR no one could ask for two better friends Big Dip Summer of 74 Mashpee PS wfLisa New Hampshire 75 Many memories w!BG Mt. Suna- pee Florida here we come! "76" Nev- er MCLRBMLFSTSCCHBOBG MINT! Ught! Bye Now!! Field Hock- ey 1, Volleyball 1. forget EDWARD P. GROGAN anything, and never ends. Robert PAUL E, GUNDEL 81 West St. E. Sherwood 59 Ellicott St, I 1 KENNETH MICHAEL HAGERSTROM 295 Central St. Warren, Bacon, College New York Trip. The Shaeffer jingle with Bute Lacrosse T City West Point I never let my schooling inter- fere with my education. Sam Eve of '75 Bute, Vass J.D. Soccer 23. Hock- ey 23, Lacrosse 123, PTSA Rep. 3. LINDA ANN HALEY 291 Derby St. Warren, Palmer, College To give a love, you gotta live a love. To live a love, you gotta be part-of. Remembers: C.T. JR. yr., Star, Prom 75, PB, RM, KH, TW, JB, BI, MZ, All the CL's, Thanx JL, BT, 1l9l75. RAIN! Again? BTR Opel Cheer- leader 2, 3 Rally Com. 3, Senior Cl. 3. GEORGE N. HALKIOTIS 39 Lorimer Rd. ANTHONY HALL 91 Lorna St. KARIN NORA WHITTLESEY HALL Abbie 160 Chestnut St. Warren, Riley 8z Barry, Interior Designer All you need is love. P-IS, NMG, ART, Willy, Palmer, Transition. Success is my key to happiness, and happiness is my key to life. Summer of 75, Blah, Basic Black, Don't wish do it or realize it's a fantasy. Who truned the lights out? Freedom, cut slips, Austins, 1966 GTO, Smile it's friday. OH! TIM HALL B Kr N, Bacon, College, Money It's got worse . . lots worse, Lets go get an ECP 487 hokay buddy. Rid- ing down Plymouth, No kid none of these bikes work. Hi Day, Jo and all you other turkeys who make it less unbearable. Varsity Poker 1,2,3, Motocross and team demented 2,3. JOHN DAVID HALPERN SHARON ELIZABETH HAMPE KEVIN A. HANICK CLAIRE VICTORIA HARDIN 39 Karn Rd. Nose 148 Tremont St. Vicki Warren, Riley, College 191 Auburn St. 16 Chehore Dr. I know that my teachers are glad to get rid of me. I am sorry that I caused you aggravation tres annos. Miss Cox. Soccer 2 J.V. Hockey man- ager 2, Lacrosse 1,2,3, Junior Class Comm. Senior Class Comm. Riley House Council 1,2,3, Will always miss you NNHSI KATHLEEN ANN HARE 86 Withington Rd. Bigelow, Adams, College Had I the heaven's embroidered cloths, Enwrought with golden and silver light, I would spread the cloths under your feetg But I, being poor, have only my dreams: I have spread my dreams under your feet, Tread softly because you tread on my dreams. All my love to f.f., I.G., C.M. Warren, Beals, College Remembers who said that I will to House Stairs the school the Beals will always remember - MAC, MS, SM, JM, LB, NB, RB, PJ, LM, MV, CS, TN, CS, KG, EJ, RT, CT, LT, BM, DS, DS, PM, DC, PM, SS, DA, JB, SR, RS, BP, Cappy, RH, CB, DL, VD, RN, RM, 3 good years. Best wishes to LR and RB. Take Care Ev- eryone. See ya high! - DB JANET LOUISE HARLOW 287 Cherry St. Warren, Riley, Hairdressing school Remember Scituate Beals Stairs Austins lots of luck to NM Sz KC Never forget good times with KC KG CC BS SB BH BG EC and expecially PS kids at the fort good times with Roy 9f22f74 My life will be filled with memories of David Thanks for my birthday party Karen. PATRICIA A. HARMON Patty 33 Dearborn St. Warren, Adams Remember all the faces Good Luck to all my friend Kate McShane I'll take your case to court. Best Wishes DCDC BHMR JLGV Remember I Love you all. DD JL MM CM Sum- mer at Redwood. JOSEPH J. HARPER 15 Beach St. DAMIEL F. HARMON 25 Dearborn St. lr.. MATTHEW HARRINGTON 44 Pine St. Warren, Barry, College Bermuda '76l Cae ll P-town. 6f18f757 - 7f18f75 Shipwrecked RD 10f12f73 Flexies Patty! KJM 6f29f74 Summer of 75l Brine! Love it! Greg- bear Sisda Capri the Last Step fights Homewrecker its the laughter we will remember Susan love and luck to SDDRW CNFC HRWC NFCH RDPJ BADR MCKW PZGL LMDG MM. ELIZABETH J. HARMON Betsy 33 Dearboro St. Warren, Riley Remember all the faces and the good times Good luck to everybody espe- cially DDJJLKMMMDCPH. DONNA MARIE HARRIS 23A Pearl St. Kennedy JR., Riley, Nursing Florida Natick High S.P. Oct. 3 Swimming 2,3, The garage J.M. But I Love it S.M.L.N. Michelob Campfire in New Hampshire Nursing. JAMES HARTLEY Hart 29 Oak Knoll Rd. Natick Riley Super Summer of '74. Good times with the kids EO JM RP ET NA JT SF BM DC TM CF PF ST RN RD DP MR BY Auto Shop Thanks and Good Times to Janet. Nights at HJ Pub. Good Times Camping. The Kids at Adams House. Good Times with Bob H. LAURA ANNE HASTINGS 405 Commonwealth Ave. Weeks, Adams, College Tomorrow. and tomorrow and to- morrow, creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded time: Rat-tat-tat Rosie- Chase Gigi RichardFwank Oboe Da- vidYNW Le Mariage de Figaro Kathie Claudia Bootsi Bloody Mary Mr Good Daddy Smith Love Re- member everyone. HOPE SUSAN HELLER 99 Sumner St. Weeks. Barry. College Knowing is not enough: we must ap- ply. Willing is not enough. ire must do. A Goethe Crafts Club 23 Shake- sperian Players 1 Newtonite Staff 23 Barry House Council 3 Senior Class Committee 3 AHMED A. HASCI 138 Cedar St. FRANCINE B. HATCH 145 Auburndale Ave. BEVERLY HELMS Bev 253 River St. Warren, Bacon, Nursing Good luck to all my friends Ma Bell Mother Levens The 5M's - right Beth? Diane's laugh. Clairol the only girls in history class - right Bob? Good Luck Ralph in MMA AMJ BA Italian Club 3 French Club 12 Senior Class 3 Bacon Council Quebec Ba- con-Riley tables 6-15-75 8-28-75 12- 5-75 JULIA A. HASENFUS 15 Ardmore Rd. Warren, Murray Rd. Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player, fthat struts and frets his hour upon the stage!And then is heard no more. It is a tale!Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,fSignifying nothing. To those I love we know who we are without the traditional picture and initials. WARREN C. HAY 18 Webster St. JOHANNA HERMAN 36 Lorna Rd. Adams, More school Ay, Me. These dreary dumps. The game is up. - B. Shakespeare. Friendship and love always to Mary, Larry, Jana, DD, SM, AB. SC, JR + KO, PS, SB. NR. Adams Council 23, Newtonite 23, Thoughtprints 1, Ger- man Club 3, It, Festival of Plays, CC 12 Family 3, Shakespeare Club, Dra- cula, South Pacific, etc. :L-n x KAREN RUTH HEIFETZ 672 Centre St. Bigelow, Adams, College TRANSITION 3 ORCHESIS 3 Time is a sandpile we run our fin- gers in. Carl Sandburg. Good luck to my friends! MARK J. HERSHON 179 Kirkstall Rd. Day, Beals Good luck to all my friends next year. I'll never forget the windowsill of Homeroom 4241. All the Boston trips wf JPJTHH, can't thank you enough Ernie. Two years with GB's one liners. Cruisin' D Blocks w! TR. Catch you later NNHS. SUSAN LYNN HEWETT Kodaya Rd. Warren, Barry, College Ifyou really love something, Let it go free, And if it comes to you, It's yours forever If it doesn't, It never was. CELEBRATION! 1 13.-5-is KENNETH M. HICKEY Hick 15 California Park West Jr., Bacon, Musician Lost for words. Comfort and Red in 1+ 2 straight in 3 To those who are friends, may you live a long and Has- sle Free Life and to those who hassle may you be hassled your whole Life through. Long Live the office Wood- wind ensamble 3 Office 1,2 PATRICIA L. HIGGINS 34 Wildwood Ave. CRAIG ERNEST HILL Drake 48 Clark Rd. Warren, Riley, Service Work Hard Guys. What Homework? Comes the foreman, Pardon me, but did you pick up my Ball? Best years went by so fast Way station + the Boys,J.B. C.L. F.K. R.C. Best times with Susan. Crack a frosty Bele beau Caraho. Anna Canna Puna. Football 123 Wrestling 12 Rifelry 3. Will to NHS: my old socks. I I NORMAN W. HINSEY 20 Gammons Rd. Weeks, Barry, College Education is what you have left over after you have forgotten everything you have learned. Anonymous TTC 23 "Damn that dong." CYNTHIA MARIE HOLMES 69 Kaposia St. Warren, Barry "We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun." Remembers: Tuffa, B Blocks w!Victa surprise parties. Ned + Wendy fights with Sue. Thanks to Donna, Flo, 2 Deb- bies. Meet you at Beals! "Don't trip" Barrel sitting. Good times 1,2,3,. -I . -'f n , I. .I ,. . 1-tn. -.-ia: ---27.6.-All. ROBERT J. HILTON ELOISE M. HILTZ CYNTHIA MARIE HINES 136 Pearl St. 2 Highland Terr. Cindi VICTORIA J. HIRT 184 Harvard Cir. GLEN HOULIHAN Hoops, Gumpa 190 Tremont St. Bigelow, Bacon, College Remember My Short Pigskin Career Lasting 2Vz days. Other great feats include 9th Grade Zero win season. ALSO times down beginnings PM TS MM GM JF DD JL JF ES EC AB MS YD JB MD IM CA JB GS PC FS MS ST SF. The Wall Burr Park. Also the days at Revere PM RD DM, Hi to PE JM JH KH. F.A. Day, Riley, Hairdresser Like the corners of my mind, memo- ries-w!MAW + DAC S. Wonder + Chicago '74 R. Flack + B. Boys '75. Hi Maggie Flicks Spotlite w Cass Summer '74 "True lvve is like a but- terfly, its a rare and gentle thing." I2 Bennington St.. Newton,Ma. Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, Palmer, College "Friends, I will remernbcryou, think of you, pray for you and when an- other day is through I'll still be friends with you." J. Denver "Meet your new road" "Life is movement. Running is movement - therefore it is life." RW Cross Country 123, In- door track 123 Outdoor track 123 ii-I -. . Q . ' ' .2 2 . - - 2 I -3 1 v ,V 1 Q Y nr- fr . 1.x I WILLIAM IRA HOCHBERG STEPHEN F. HODGDON Bill 51 Prospect Ave. F.A. Day, Adams, Experimenting with his Life "People often change, but memories of people can remain." Raymond Davies. "Me gonna get out in the world and become wise . . . Why? . . . Nature, I guess." Newtonite 1 Ten- nis 12 Thoughtprints 3 ELIZABETH HUDNER Liz 30 Bennington St. Central Junior High, Hingham, Bacon "The child is forced to swallow the pill, but the pill is given a sugar coating. Parents and teachers have confused true non-authoritarian education with education by means of persuasion and hidden cercionf' Erich Fromm. Learn to learn and NOTHING MORE. CLAIRE E. HUMPHREY 34 Lombard St. MARK E. HURVITT 114 Eastbourne Rd. Bigelow, Adams, College Sometimes saying nothing is a lot better than not saying anything. Farewell windowless brick shoebox lalso called Newton Highl. Tennis 123 Thoughtprints 3 CHARLES DANIEL HURWITZ 29 Mayflower Rd. Weeks, Riley, College Bullfighting Team 123 Eyetwirling Club 23 Grandwizard Fan Club 3 Re- members: Pencilneck, Limp, In' kiOilJ, Raving Mad lNakedJ, Fish- face, Edsel, CandleiEarJ, "How's your first year Ed?" TGDSSG, Windshield. 44 Judkins St. DAVID MICHAEL HUDSON 53 Washburn Ave. Warren, Riley, College Hockey, Baseball Brawls in the halls with LL, Studies down in the Caf with IG, Summer 75 with ACE and K, Newtonian room with AS and the rest, the Math corner, I have some- thing to tell you - SUSAN GAIL HURWITZ .345 Lowell Ave. F.A. Day, Adams, College "So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. " Dance Club 2 French Club 23 Girls Outdoor track 23 Crafts Club 2 Orchesis 3 JLL BBG TAMARA HURWITZ 379 Austin St. ANTONIA D. IATRIDIS 238 Prince St. ELIZABETH A. INGALLS 12 Chaske Ave. JAMES M. JASSET 21 Taft Ave. r--, -l lb. '- SUSAN MEG JACOBS 19 Kirkstall Rd. Day, Adams, College All the good time with MVLARB- BAMMMFABPRF NHSPL NCPJWMF Hawthorne New Sea- bury LD. Catalin "67" When trouble gets in my way Igo round it. Wizard of OZ PF The Break-Up Auoriaz in France 2, Holiday Inn C F re Drills Basketball 1, Ski Club 23, On the Rock! MV 6 L years STEVEN J. JASSET 21 Taft Ave. JAMES S. IDELSON 60 Crehore Drive Warren, Riley, College, Engineering Remembers: the productions, crew, NEWTONIAN staff MHLWC, DB, DK, NB, SS, CH, BG, RP, RB, RS, AK, AB, Concert Band 1, Stageband 1, Tennis 1 Pres. Hame Radio 3, NEWTONIAN 3, Newtonite 3, Or- ange Book 1, SFA Cand. 3, Sr. Class Pres. Cand. 2. We Try Harder. RICHARD E. JAFFE 8 Bullough Pk. DEBRA J. JENKINS Debbi 14 Blackstone Ter. Bank Street, Barry, College, Business Don't throw away the old bucket un- till you find out if the new one holds water. Keep searching rubber duckie my love to my Beals House pals. Special love to Tim. I will neverfor- get Friday night. Stevie Wonders in concert! Do you want to make a deal I am going to miss it! ALAN D. JAMES 49 Shaw St. RANDE MARK JENUS 2065 Commenwealth Ave. Warren, Riley, College Remembers: J.E. L.C. B.M. S.P. Basketball 12, Photography Post 520 Trips to Stanford and Island Pond. 73783N One of these nights. HOOP with Steve and John. Bike Trips ESP G5. DOUGLAS WARNER JESSUP 1 Jes PETER DONALD .IEPSEN Jepa 24 Kenyon St. Warren, Barry, College Golf 123, Co-Captain city league Basketball. Oh no I think its in the trap. Don 't worry we'll beat Brook- line. Hanging around library steps i all the guys. 135 Cornell St. Warren, Palmer, College My spirit and heart can never be broken, I can achieve because I will achieve! B.K. - say bye-bye! Vass has class, Shaefer Jingle W! Hag, L.I. LAXT-City, Killer, '74-Semis-B.U. Joey D. Fond memories R.M. J.R. Class Pres. NEWTONIAN, S.F.A., Soccer 123,- co-captain, Hockey 1233 Lacrosse 123 f- co -captain. GREGORY JEWETT 40 Hinckley Rd. PETER MICHAEL JONES 61 Page Rd. Day, Riley, Work Good times withg BV, KA, BB. He Kurt give us a smile. Hanging around McD's. Beals Commons Room Soph. year. Shooting pool at Sammy's White's. Hey Billy caught again. MARC J. KADIS 21 Hazelton Rd. Weeks, Riley, Communications Major, ilm and TV Remember Good times at the Post and everyone wanting to be PMG After printing class, Classes with Mr. Guild 12 good times producing shows for OBC Subs after Math E Block free going out for lunch, don't forget Millers on fri and Sat nites. SUSAN SARAH KAUFMAN 11 Llewellyn Rd. Warren, Palmer, College Happiness runs in a circular motion. Life is like a little boat upon the sea. You can be anything that you want to be. Why? Because ..,.. If you seek with a smile you will find. Thank you Everyone! Stagecrew 12 - Post 123 - Sailing 12 - Charlie Brown 2 ROBIN LYNN JORDAN WILLIAM D. JORDAN PETER A. KACZENAS 448 Hi hland St Billy, 304 Newtonville Ave. 99 Milton St. g . Day, Barry, College N. Hamp. Elmor - Thanx AZ! Go0dT: BP, LG, MS, JM'S Our Mis- take JM - The troubles of our proud 8: angry dust are from eternity and shall not fail. Bear them we can, and if we can we must Shoulder the sky, my lad, 8: drink your ale - "Those who do not remember the past are condemed to repeat it" Day, Beals, A Lot Hellbound Train, Never came. Re- members the Cape, Nantucket Maine, OT. River, Wingarsheek. Thanx to Scott, Al, Ned 8x All the other Kids at the door. Also to Bea, Pat, GL, BS, LR, MY, BC 81 All oth- ers for the stupid things we did, and to Kathy, Thanx for all you've done for me, Love Your Forever LINDA L. KAREL 10 Walker St. F.A. Day, Barry, College Always Remember: Beach Boys Con- cert, Palmer House Stairs, Juke Box, Expo, Quebec trip, Dances and Foot- ball games. Good luck to: RL, AM, MOH, JB, KR, CF, MJS, CM, CG, J, iirnlds never forget WD, PJS, AND HIROKO KAWASHIMA CXO Mr. 8a Mrs. Givens 41 Wamesit Rd. Seijo Gakuen, Bacon, University I came from Japan as an exchange student and I really think that this chance to come to NNHS is a happy one for me. I will always remember every teacher and my new american friends. I must come back Japan. But I will never forget this wonderful one year! ff 4 RAI?-A BRUCE WARREN KARSH 141 Gorden Rd. Bigelow, Barry, College Bigelow, Barry, Bicycling. Bicenten- nial 76, 1776 to 1976. Graduating Class , 76. NNHS, Appalachian Mountain Club. Track 1, photogra- phy club, Bike Club 23, Exploresrs Club 123. "Have 10-speed bike will travel." Goal, U.S. Bike Olympic Team MICHAEL JAMES KEARNEY Mike, 40 Oakland Ave. Warren, Bacon, Locksmith "Never assume Nothing." Remem- bers: Someone's "Famous Last Words." Beach Boys Concerts Wf Clappa, So-So, SW, BM, WO, SM, TT, WEO, JC THE WORDS. on 11f14f75 P WOB. Good Times wfTwamey, Hoodman, JF, DK, Dales, TT, AS, CB, AS. Going around in the Police Mobile, Blue Bomber, Ackeymobileg Weston Par. Johnson, AXV 123 KATHRYN M. KAUFMAN 360 Central St. ANN ELIZABETH KEAVENEY 145 Edinboro St. Day, Beals, College Good Luck to All my friends. Melk. Switchin Lockers. Rainy Foot ball Games. Bus rides, could you stop at Rowe St.? 11!7!75 Riverside, Flying Puck: Wake up! Roof top onion ring. Always remember Kim's spastic moves. Special thanks to Kim, Lisa and my twin. Raunchy Club 123 DAVID B. KEEFE 206 Cabot St. Bigelow, Adams, Keefe Institute Football 123, Lacrosse 123 WILLIAM J. KEEFE 154 Cherry St. MICHAEL SPARKS KEEGAN 40 Moffat Rd. Warren, Beals, College Beals Project, SB and the Shrink, Natick Rec. Sue, Never forget Seba- go. "Look up" Film with Lynn. ON the roof, Godd ol' orangehead, "Whats this?" Rabbit, Pic, SLS Vic- tim, Regory? SR, KN, the Shadow, HK, Taylor Concert, Mackers, PR, Rifle 1, Lacrosse 1, Outdoor Track 23, Indoor Track 3 4 5 wi , . s- CATHERINE ROSE KELLEY Cathy, 350 Highland St. Warren, Riley, College Yesterday is but today's memory and tomorrow is today's dream Singing in the Rain with BWMVSWTNRSLHJTKG, the Stripper, Also remember MCKJ and all the fun. Cheerleader 23, Sr Class 3, Newtonite 23, Rally Comm 123 JULIA E. KELLIHER 25 Chestnut Ter. GABRIELA C. KENIG 40 Lawnmarissa Rd. CLARISSA MARIE KENT 52 Clyde St. Day, Beals, Lasell Never forget Mac's with MT and CP Crash Crash!!! Remember! J.M.'s with Joe Cool Good times out Riley always with good friends! MT, CB, CP, MP, VD, LS, and everyone else lots of luck and happiness. DENISE ANN KELLY Prospect St. Warren, Barry, College Hey guys always remember the great trip: we will gog O.K. Best memories: Library stairs, Fantastic camping trips, I ate it up P.A.T. 8: Summer 75 Bud - Chicks All my love to:KM, DG, LC,SS, KA, LL, DA, EW, KM, remember "IWIYW" Soccer 23, Vol- leyball 1, Field Hockey 12, Senior Class Committee BYE!! KEVIN ELWIN KENNEDY 167 Cherry St. Warren, Palmer Remembers Good times as finast, english classes, Cafe, Library. ANNE KERN 60 Rue De La Prulay, Geneve Switzerland Warren, Beals tout mon amour pour mes tres chers amiszadm. LYFEAFE good bye to stage crew "it's been a long time now I'm coming back home . , ELIZABETH L. KENDALL Liz 359 Otis St. Warren, Adams, College John had great big waterproof boots ong John had a great big waterproof hat, John had a great big waterproof mackintosh - and that - fsaid John! is that. Remembers: Mrs. A. and homeroom. My shrunken cello. Musical 13, Orchestra 123. JEREMIAH ZEV KENNER Jeremy, 1299 Beascon St. Weeks, Adams, College To all my friends: "When your're down and troubled ..." Love to Claire, CG, NG, SS, CB, SM, DS Transition, Music "Little White Things" "The Pooh Song" CW again PEACE JONATHAN F. KEYES 20 Duffield Rd. GERARD C. KENSLEA 861 Commonwealth Ave. Bigelow, Adams, College Swim Team 123 Greenhouse Group 123 Thoughtprints 3 SANDRA KAY KILDOW Sandy, 524 Ward St. Weeks, Palmer, College "Are you going to let mego there by myself, that's such a lonely thing to do" Love to KKRKDO- COJPLSSBPHSHDTDHTRGRAY ratty's motorcade Filene's Wooshole! Leeside good times on the nuke play- ing pool and air hocke Lincoln Field New baby Ireland? 12115 Coach Lane S,S + S Everybody - Party - Par- YY ANDREA JANE KING 18 Gilbert St. Warren, Riley Remembers: LMGLLRJEJCBM- MYBCUDKPGMKOBMACCF Lulu it's tuesday Heads we go. WHB 74+ 75 6-20-74 Good Work Sunapee 73 Canada 75 Downshift to fourth I'm all tied up. Got a car. Good times with Star kids. 10-31-74 Weston - Rice Rd. It's a ginny day. Beach Boys 75 DONALD JOSEPH KING 3 Newland St. Warren, Riley, U. Mass. Golf 123 All Cove 123 Remembers: Flakey Math Class SS Choke 75. Get down to one. Library Stairs, excuse me. TIMOTHY P. KINSELLAGH 412 Fuller St. JOHN M. KIVLEHAN 58 Warwick Rd. DAVID KLASHMAN 26 Fuller Street. Weeks Jr. High, Riley House, College T.B. T.T P.A. N.H. Tries to forget: Daisy and the rest of hisfher l'?J De- partment, and Miss Fido. Remem- bers: Dongers, general Edith, limp, ink, and how's your first year Ed. DDT,FF and httgwow. JSHD all JOAN ELLEN KLAYMAN Joanie 40 Philmore Rd Bigelow, Palmer, College You 'ue got to haue a dream, if you don 't haue a dream, how are you go- ing to ave a dream come true xmas vac, 75 prom 75 thanks to Je Lc E1Jc Kv and Cheryl for caring so much. Ronnee Looe will keep us together Remember - 1'ue got you babe Mon. + Tues aft. King Kong lDumb Dumb! KATHERINE MARY KNEELAND Kathy 40 Relmore Pk. Warren Jr. High, Bacon House, college Can v you imagine us years from todays, sharing a park bench quie- tyly? how terribly strange to be sev- enty old friends, memory brushes the some years. Silently sharing the same fears ,.. ANDREW R. KODIS JUNE M. KSOKTURK RAY KOMOW SUSAN ELIZAIBETH KREIDER W 39 Shornecliffe Rd. CHERYL GAIL KRIPKE 6 Salisbury Rd. Bigelow, Beals, College Thanx + always remember the times together w!Amy, Ellen, Joanie, SOSJFMCLGLB MKBW + gang xMas vacation 73. Prom 75! My God! Knowing and being myself! 3-27-72 - Kenny, I'll always cherish our se- crets, smiles, touches, and special moments My love to you always babe ' JJZ JOHN LAFKO Rat Barry, Bigelow, Work 33 Fountain Street, Warren Jr. High, Bacon House, College The moment may be temporary but the memory is forever, Sprite nites, Nevermind, B - R s 1st snow, FSD, Snoopy + W S, you hadda be there, CPL dancing in the moonlite 6f20l75 that special party Thank KDC it's meant alot. WCA 2 3 Newtonite cir 3 Sr. Class 3 Rally Comm 2 VP 3. KENNETH ALAN KRUTT Kenny 75 Maynard Street Day, Beals, College Dead batts. Skiing in NH Ground Round Thanx 4 the cake. KS: Thanx 4 the ski lessons. Doug: keep up your ideals Sz y our knees. To be indeci- sive is to be negative. Maybe probably Lynn, Thank you for being you Sz for helping me to be myself. All my love to you, Bus mgr- yrbook 23 Math team 23 Sr class math tutor Kiss 613 Walnut St F.A. Day Jr, High, Barry House, College Thanhs to lub, jsb, DS, DC, WAM, and NDYOYO you made it worth while. Age is a relative matter. -Casale mustn't forget the 9th, Dfd or the Missa S. There comes a time, my dear blubber, when we must tahe the bull by the situation. W.C. - friends Murphy - Try Better Next Time!!! ANTHONY F. KRYZAK 10 Stratford Rc. iz 16 Bonmar Circle, Warren, Palmer, College Good times with L RRNT CKSER ptmbwccdbpd I Don't want to Lose You. Special thanks to Jad Sz Dag Fot Hockey 123, B. Ball 123, S. Ball 123. It's Been Rough, Real Rough! Please Don't Promise me Forever. If only The Hands That Reach Could Touch Me ,. ANN MARIE KURKJIAN 8 Denns Pl. Weeks, Adams, College Christmas Party 12-15-74 met Rob. beep-beep, ok baby, tweety Love Al- ways to Rob. 1-4-75, 4-7-75. Never Forget good times with Linda, Good Luck to Linda + Kirby. Linda keep in touch always. Right tail Light 3- 14-75. Robs tight. Yearbook 3. 44 B. White M-1 Prom 5-28-75, Histle. Good times down the caf. with GS,GH,JS,GM,GB,MM, WL, ES, FS,DD,JF,MF,JF,DM, JB,EH, BC,SF,RR,MF,AB,DM, Beginnings DAVID A,B, LAING B.Ball, Don, Giovanni, Jepa, 84 North St. GH,MR,JG,DG,DB,GC. Junior Eng- Weeks, Beals, Navy ROTC, lish with Lori, Sam, Bev, Ned. In- MARK LAHTI Electronics 123 Stage Crew 3 The FAITH LALLY door Track 3 28 Davis Ave. post forever 14 Sliver Lake Ave- 'S' AUSTIN CHARLES LAMPERT DAVID JOHN LANCIANO JODI MICHELLE LANDAU Tin Lance Love 132 Farlow Road Boowne Sz Nichols Jr. High. Palmer House, College A sitiine rhythm. Seeds in, the ground, birds, stars - all obey Only m n lifts his hand in rebellion and wants to transgress the Lau' and convert obedience into! freedom. KaZantzakis. Farewell Big K and the candy days? wrestling 23. SCOTT LANDE 256 Ward St. BRUCK GALAID LAPPEN 18 Fuller Street Waban Weeks Jr. High, Adams House, College Everthing is OK at the coral Good times - in homeroom Visiting U of Mass cruising with the guys snezrton action The gon Remember whiffs best times are the weekends past present and future partying down the cape senior class committee 3 Newtonian 3 .K- 15 Rowe Street Warren, Riley House, Millionaire Fords Go Chei'y's Blow. Remembers: Miss Fano's Homeroom Treasurer Oriental Club, Pumping Gas, Mobil Man, It takes a special Breed Of Man. Mass Bay. STUART LANG IO Hampshire St. PAUL ERIC LARSON 661 Commonwealth Ave. Dadms House Marine Sciences Do you recycle Hangers? How do you get to Snewtonfl Remember the Gun, gtgo, and the GAR age Dinner at JOANNE F. LAWRENCE 63 Court St. TERI C. LEACU Lucky Peach's 70 Bowen St. Newton Centre' Weeks Jr. High, Bacon, Art college Favorite Pastimes: Art. Remembers: CQ, CD, JL, WB, JH, JM, BM, BG, BC, SM, SE, DK Franklin, 75: greas- er's 74: my love to RPA: Best House- master Miss Ryan, good times in of- fice: Newton Centreg Hit, Sub Shop: 18 Brackett Road Bigelow Jr. High, Barry House, Tufts University The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, But I have promisses to keep, And Miles to go before I sleep, And R. Frost, Zillions of Hours dans la biblioteque, I can't play tennis, Lib, Well . . , Maybe, What's he wearing today? Tennis 1,2,3, Newtonville 1,2,3, Newtonian 3 LORI LAPHAM 57 Lindbergh Ave. Warren, Beals House Butch 3f29f75 TLF 96 MPT t me behing MGS. The best thanks to all my friends - K.A.C.C.D.G.S.S.D. K.K.M.D. A.L.C. and to all the rest. Some men see things as they are and say why. I dream things that never were and say why not. R.K. JUNE MARIE LAVORGNA 36 Fair Oaks Ave. Day Jr. High, Palmer House, College Good times, the office and the caf. See you soon CC DL PG, JW,JW, ED, LC, pg, Thanks to PG,DL. RONNIE A. LAPIDUS 11 Barnes Rd. Newton Corner Bigelow, Bacon, College This song has no title just words and a tune - EJ 34 + skiing at SM, Boogie to yellow dirt: VT 755 8l5f75g thanks to all esp. EA,AS,RS,J- S,EL,SSg RDY, I won't forget Thanks. Post 507-3, Senior Class Comm - 3, Ski Club - 12. It has been great, I loved every minute! tal- most? CLAIRE MARIE LAWLESS 658 Watertown St. Newtonville Day Jr. High, Riley, College - Aquinas Good times with AL BM BH NB SB Charlie DC LL Remember Quebec, the riley office. French Club 123 riley council 123 Senior class Committee English Senior year AL DH, Hotel victoria + Clarendon All night par- ties! The elevator - Alo Bebe! Expo - Main Stl! Stranded in Nh - Que- bec - Riley House - The Disease. EINAR Y. LEBLANC 85 Montuale Rd. JANET L. LEBLANC Yogi 30 Sheridan Street Warren, Barry House, College If I do for others then u.'ho'll do for me? lfl do for myselfthen who am I? Remembers: LH,JW,PB,PL,TR. RM, ST and many others. LHB- TRIC. STAR,R8zC. cougar. South Pacific. MS. G. It's all been worth it. Basketball 123 Softball 123. MAUREEN THERESA LECONTI 45 Cherry Place Warren, Adams, College It 's only the beginning - only just a start , . . Funtastic times w. great fir- ends esp. PC MB KS JT - the 3m's 8: Pete! Summer of 75: Dux Sr Den- nis, tango-ing, Beach Boys Sz Chica- go 6f30!75!!! The stache, vanilla beans Right! Bye . . , Adams hs Council 23 Field Hockey 2 Rally Comm. 3 Senior Class JONATHAN W. LENDER 56 Woodland St. GAIL JESSICA LEONE 32 Larkin Road Warren, Palmer, College Summer of 75 HMRK Lyons The Cape Bunrattys The surf Love and thanx to LR KC BJ MY BC BS DW SC CM JE KINS JTC MDL For all the crazy things we did mighty mouse crazy Jane JB PL JL to the man in the jar one of these nights TCMJD my bikes I hope you all catch your falling star LTAYCP -of 1 LORETTA ANN LEBLANC BERNARD-LEBOW .IEANET'I'E M. LEBRUN 260 Adams Avenue Warren, Adams, College Looking back on how it was in the years gone by and the good times we use to know. Beach Boys! Nov - 19 Red Truck, God only knows! Good times with great friends!! Sharon 2349 wlMP.SS, DL, SB, NRD, senior class, Adams house Sz council 23 Treasurer 3 Italian club 3 work study 2 Rally committee. TORA M. LEE 76 Otis St. JANICE E. LEONARD 459 Crafts St. STEPHEN LEONE FEE 43 Falmouth Rd. Warren J.H.S., Adams, United States Marine Corps Remember, Jeannie, good times down the cafe and Franklin always. Remember AM, KR, JB, BK, RF, EM, SV, BH, KG, TC, Da, RC, JM, SM, Spaz, cot it vete, Texaco, Wadd, Dino, Pati, Mark, 340 Duster, Leb, usmc, MS, Footem JK, Adams House kids, Juke Box Tunes. 20 Whitney Road F.A. Day, Beals To those who do not understand, no explanation is sufficent to those who do understand, no explanation is necessary. Author unknown I couldn't have done it with out my bean. My love and sincere gratitude to the people that I have known e B. SARA GRAY LEIST Sally 31 Bonnybrook Rd. Waban MARK LEONARD 3345 126 Langdon Newton Bigelow, Adams, College Hanging at beals, Killers clinic, Rick Remember T.A., swamp - scott - p.g. 8: JL, ML, 8a LC - 6 mo., mike strikes out again, Hey Turk, disaster at monkey's, HLJ. all night, PG8z Tracy A not tonight phil., Good-bye S.W. 8a B.O., 4 brl. die, 68 - cat., Florida 75., B.C., No Gym, Lynn in New York - duck key. JF, RM, BD, ES, MF, RG, MG, RP ANGELO W. LEPORINI 79 Parker St. 280 Melrtise Sl. T JENNIFER KATHRYN LEITH Jenny 1831 Washington St. Warren, Bacon, College Follow your heart like a flying stal- lion Race with the sun to the edge of night Form your truth like a gold medallion Dance in the circle ofthe love and the light - John Denver ANNA LEONE 17 Crafts St. STUART D. LERNER 7 Hyde Ave ADAH RACHEL LEVENS 25 Baker Place Warren, Riley, College Riley House council 1,2,3 Riley House service Award committee 2,3 Senior class committee 2,3. French Club 1,2, Vice-President 3. Newtoni- an 3, german Club 3, Today we fol- low, tomorrow we lead LEAH SHANA LEVENS 25 Baker Place Warren. Riley. College Riley House Council 123 Concert Band 123 French Club 1 Treasurer 2 Student Advisor 3 Orange Book 23 Senior Class Committe 3 Newtonian 3 German Club 3 Riley House Ser- vice Awards Committee 23 French Play 1 JANA H. LEVENSON 163 Sargent St. ELLEN BETH LEVENTHAI, MARC ALAN LEVIN NANCY ELIZABETH LEVIN 422 Chestnut St. Weeks, Beals. College Ido my thing, and you do your thing. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you, and I am I, and if by chance we find each other it's beautiful. Love To: My Godllll C.K:J.K:L.T: and K.V. good luck alwaysllllllll ADRIENNE EVE LEVINE 136 Beaumont Ave F.A. Day. Palmer, College RC 8: AL - 6 X1-U74-'? PY,HB, EJ,RT,CT,LT,HH,GH,DG,PJ, LB, RD,KH, MB,DC,JL,LL, JD,CM,EC MF,ET,YM, AND EVERYBODY ELSE. Love to HB Sz PY. Palmer - Beals Porch, Austins - ANN 8a AR- THUR. FOND MEM ORIES OF FUZZ AHHUP LOVE TO RALPH ALWAYS ELISA M. LIBERACE 80 Waltham St. Warren, Bacon, College WEEBLE 164 Newtonville Ave. Bigelow, Adams, College BEYOND IS ALL ABYSS - ETERNITY, WHOSE END NO EYE CAN REACH Parties, Parties, and more Parties, Concerts, Fishing, Sailing, Cape Cod, Cruisin, GOOD- BYE To Bacon House Lockers - Bye SR, CM, JM, TG, APE, BW, JM, BR, RC, CC, DA, JIM, JP, BR. SB, MR, RH, KW, SAP, AND ANY- ONE I FORGOT! DON S. LEVINE Pudge 158 Cabot Street Bigelow, Palmer, Business Pudge There is no satisfaction with- out action Oh by sket ho too Heavy- ,How much he weigh? vmass week- end with AL! Corners in MATH. H20 BOOK HIM. STEP on The Bus Gus. Stud kuddies Augie Silts Vass - Boy Linda Sal Ace Nose Jess Cul- ly By Tm 8rAC MONGO PD EROWNIE BASEBALL 123 SOC- ER 1 STANLEY J. LICHWALA Glee 16 Churchill Terr. Day, Palmer, Undecided? The Park Kiddies Korner all the great times crusin around. B.K Good gmes with the guys Tunes Cousin asi 67 Annawan rd. Warren, Bacon, College Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothingthat is worth knowing can be taught. HAROLD I. LEVINSKY 20 Kenwood Ave. OSVALDO LIDONNE Ozzie 6 Anthony rd. Day, Riley, Breakfast with Fido Humpa I Peesh PAUL H. LEVIN 38 Westview Ter. CANDY LYN LEWIS 179 Auburndale Ave Warren, Beals, Work Remembers: Hone Room with L.G.gP.Z:S.M:P.G:M.R:A. All the good tijes with Dom, Summers Kown the cape parties down the river. Working at H.JlS. All the good times with: C.M:A.L:D.P:S.S:TR:, gang in auburndale, concerts in town. BENJAMIN ROBERT LIKE Benjie 83 Lenox St. Weeks, Beals, Research Enter class understanding and exit totally confused. My special thanks to B.M and L:J for their advice? Goodbye to the round table in left corner library,2. Concert Choir 1,2,3, Smith Family 3, Swimming 1,2,3, x- country 3, French Club 2. And Love to K.M 2gV.D 2. Bye all I will Miss you. Salut M. Phelan :HY LEONARDA P. LIPONA 252 Pearl St. STEPHEN R. LOMAX 73 Chestnut St. JOHN ALBERT LORY 44 Grafton Street Weeks Jr. High, Murray Road, Travel, College One ought to see everything that one has a chance to see. Kerri, I hope to see more of it with you. Open sky, sw, get dancing. Let's travel in the mountains together again along with DC, pm, rh, jr, and p. 9530? Can't wait to cucle sw. Love copley sq. Folk Danclng. JANET LIKELY 77 Newell Rd. ROBERT G. LITURI 52 Grove Hill RD. ALFRED LOMBARDI 43 Brookdale Rd. ROBERT LOVE 11 Gibson Road, Beals Young routie and side kick - Hi- mey. Ffutstaf stinky and the gang. Put off todqy what you can do to tommorow. remember This land is not for sale. Fat calves, ht, pb, rk, fu, km. '7 -A NINA LOUISE LILLIE 19 Maple Avenue Bigelow Jr. High, Adams House, College How many times must a man look up, before he can see the sky I How many ears must one man have, be- fore he can hear people cry! How many deaths will it take till he knows, tat too many people have diedfThe answer my friend is blow- ing in the wind, the answer . . . Bob Dylan MARK LIZOTTE LIZZY 109 Bridge St. Day Jr. High, Adams House Carritl summer of 75 had fun down the cape everybody got bo at camp- ing lm jm sc st rc dp tb ot ju rn ms honda 350 combat zone, never mind Adams House the best, sherk Joseph m mint, jb's going out with the kids, the river, that's it i'm going home jm, tony t "75" favorite if 69. DEBRA LYNN LOMBARDI Debbie 43 Brookdale Rd. Day Jr. High, Adams House, College x F EILEEN L. LINNEHAN 4 George St. LYNELL G. LOMAX 73 Chestnut St. STEPHEN JOHN LOPEZ 119 Falmouth Rd., Warren Jr. High, Riley House, College Penguin hanh, rhr, concerts, super partys, 442 summer 1975, bto good- bye party, 7f10 on a thursday night, mama Leones, music, mt chicoora, big buy: Lot and the school, St. hock- ey, crazy times at penquins, G.L lan- nos. Yearbook 23, Newtonite 23. H.R., Remembers mmajsddpdcjdt pmmmrrcws, wsntn Av. x nfl' JACQUELINE S. LOW 377 Waverly Avenue Bigelow, Beals, College It is hard to feel sorry for yourself when one is happy. What-he worry? Success is not permanent. The some is also true of failure. dd stay crazy. Good luck to jlpgmsksscasslloalpscb capllflc-All Davids. Ski team 2,3 ski and German Club 1,2,3 Marching Band 2,3, Band 1,2. NANCY C. LOWE 105 Oldham Rd. Torman, Barry, College Happy times are fun times. Giggles to laughter to histericsl Thanks to dj, ar, js, ml, bh, dg, and many others. Sitting in the lockers - watch all the people go by. The best time to come is to get the hell out of this school. Rosebud, McAuthur, Swim Team 1. Barry House Council 3. INIICHAEL LYONS 670 Grove SI. JAMIE L. MACDONALD 960 Beacon St. MICHAEL B. MACINNIS 23B Pearl St. MALREEN MACLEAN 2 Orris St. BERNADETTE MACDONALD 24 Henshaw Terr. Warren. Palmer "The blue Poop" Love to MD, JB, Kc. Sc. GL. LR. BJ. Dw. CM. BS. My. GC.-IC. BC. Pat - Myannis to the man in the jar Bun's. Big L. Proj. Amltg 317-T5 Mike - 8 ,fN' 3.f'T-4 Crystal Palace - Mighty Mouse . , , Bunnyeabe my boy lamplighter. Dragon Lite. Blame it on the sun. The Happy Shag! One fine day. x-Jil I. JACK E. MACDONALD R11 California Street Day. Barry. Printing Carr I'-I Blanchards 222 Taking care of Brockton with DD,DP, MS.LM.M J.RS, RN.MA.OT. In New hamp with LM.SC,MQ.RN. Down the river with the boys up the Heart Camping down the Cape, Party in Brookline With Otis. Midnites door with nips. Thats it im going home Schlitz 123 CHLCK H. MACKINNON I9 Avon Place Bigelow. Adams. College Sugar Bear Big 72 Football 123, Baseball. Studsky. Hi big guy Pudge GT. to the Reverednd DF. Good times on the sled. too bad it had to end. Fronze thanks to But + Sie Cap Pat Forman. Links and Hello to Achhoo Pap Lura HM. RM. Herc Nill. C Pr. RG. Cindy. Diane Mac. IQ - ll 15-IO RONALD MICHAEL MACLEAN Bus 6 Wiswall St. Day. Palmer. College UMASS - Al. J. Grabowski- 11-T5. Sand Trap Sal - Plugged - 16th hole. Good Times in Weston. Wal- den. Thanks to count, Soup, Teps. Sig. Rich. Saint. Sal, Tom and by DSASRLNBJL. Beach Boys 6-29- T5. Very Convenient. This is true. LWNBRU for B-Day. Newtonite 2.3. BRUCE ELIOT MACDONALD Gramps 10 Fairview Street Bigelow, Riley. Printing. Gramps. Grampa Remembers: lunch with Jim, Joe. excuses for being late, the print shop scandle. Donna, PT, the Cheir 22. My love to Cheryl, Bur- nadette. Ilene don't be late. visiting NSHS and my favorite Girl: looking back it was alot of fun, but glad to Be out. Bruce. I -1 v I I LAWRENCE MACDONALD 144 Newland St. HELYN L. MACLEAN 58 Pelham St. ELIZABETH MACLELLAN Beth 21Cottage Place Warren. Riley, Nursing Remembers the meatballs, Hallow- een, 6-15-T5 Bleep! There goes the radio! Sitting on the floor gabbing, sad memories the fight, you're an angel' a great friendship with Cathy. Thanks Bev for always being there. I get by with a little help from my friends 25-13, Best of luck to every- one! 3 MARY JEAN MACDONNELL 223 Webster Street, Warren, Barry. College Great times with RM 6!21!T5, and BR. TM, KB,TM,DM, AR, and Deb's Vodka. Holiday Inn 12!14!74 With TN. and DO. weekends at Holy Cross. "So what happened The birds - are they worth remember- ing? Is flight a wonder and wlngtip a space mart-el? When will man know what birds know Sandburg LYNNE A. MACLEAN 61 Harding St. SUSAN W. MACLURE 95 Highland Ave. Nevstonville Day. Adams, College Treasurer and secretary on Adams House Council 2,3. No intercom in H.R. What did I miss? Running to get to U.S. History within his 5 min- ute limit, and x surprise quizes. Sci- ence and Human Values was a great class! Many parties in math 1. Best math 2. The group. Ive had good times. '23 LOIS SUSAN MADESON 259 Waverly Ave, Bigelow, Riley, College Oh, a sleeping drunkard up in Cen- tral Park, And a lionhunter In the MALCOLM C. MACMILLAN Mac 25 Bowen Street, Weeks, Palmer, Carpenter Football 1,2 Carpentry 1,2,3, "66" Chevell. Hunting with Dick. Riley Stairs. Midnights, Late again "Red" 'LL JEFFREY DONALD MAGAW - Mickey 15 Duffield Rd. Warren, Bacon, Air Forse I've been here a while trying to think ,--.. I 5 I DAVID MACMUNN 516 Auburn St. 'tf KATHERINE E. MAGRAW 111 Hobart Rd. Weeks, Palmer, College J'ai des amis a decouurir et beau coup de choses a connaitre. St. Exu- SIDNEY I. MACQUEEN 57 Grove Hill Ave. -f .' 1 CATHERINE G. MAHONEY 75 Prarie Ave. Warren, Barry, Collage We but half express ourselves, and are ashamed of that devine idea jungle dark, And a chinese dentist, of something nice, about the gang, to pery which each of us represents. Emer- and a British queen - All fit togeth- say, I've been told those lies already son Remembers all the kids fron the er in the same machine. Nice, nice, so I won't tell them today. The one's barn. Best of luck BH + MR very nice: Nice, nice, very Nice: Nice, I haven't mentioned, they don't need LL + ET DD + PL DC + DC JL + GV S0 many different people in the to be, for they know who they are, and all my friends always remember same device KV. and they mean the most to me. Swim Tommy, Arizona, Concerts, JUNE Team 1,2,3 13, What a.Party! KEVIN P. MAHONEY MAUREEN A MAHONEY ROBERT F. MAHONEY VEBLEN MAKRIDES 75 Prairie Ave. 75 Prairie Ave. 20 Clarendon St. 50 Graft0I1 St- NATALIE N. MALONE ANITA B. MANNARINO CHARLES R. MANNING JR. 30 Joseph Rd. 44 So. Gate Park 268 Cherry St. WILLIAM MICHEAL MANNING 268 Cherry Street, Warren, Adams, Law Enforcement Remember: M.C., MC, Henry: Also, Good Times in Caf: My love to su- qanne. Remembers the Post, Marty, Kerry, Honors, Roll First term 3. Wargaming Club 1,2,3, Adams House Council 1. THOMAS D. MANLGIAN 128 Jewett St. EDWARD CHARLES MARCHAND 185 Parmenter Road Our Lady's. Barry. What ever comes up STEVEN MARCHESSAULT 137 Lowell Ave. ALFRED JOSEPH MARCHIONI Fred 127 Linwood Ave LOU ANN MARRAZZO Lou 332 Cherry Street Warren. Riley. College .Memories are the best souvenirs, You lreirdof Paris - T5 Batturn July 11 T6 Pine Valle y - T5 Beach Boys Boyo T5 Great Summers at WHB June 74 Andrea. Tuesday heads we go? To sir with Luv Ho Jo's JE HM He walked into my life and back out.' Lov and Luck to: AK JE PZ GL CB VD HM KP LR PB VH GM JM AD U figs. fi' DONNA MARIE MARCHIONI B-D 12 Fayette Street Bigelow. Barry. Hair Dresser Future Plans Billy I.L.Y. 8,f"7f'19l - Good Luck E.C.A.Tl Stairway 19. VFW S.S. ll-IY. Corvette. Good Luck C.S. and R.B. - Did they really love Being up against that wallf' Be pose tive don't always doubt yourself you can do it if you try. Booga. Glad to be out This is boring. MARY MARRAZZO 14 Ryan Ct. IL' ' RICHARD JOSEPH MARTIN Rick 29 North St. Day, Adams, Music 63 T-BIRD JF. I think your psychot- ic. Bill, Maine was greatl.N'o1't u'asn't Donutman go chung-chunb. Amy, What can I say? Chrome Applei' In- tellectual discusions at CS. I will mv cut slips to Adams House. Kim 12,3 Marching Band 2,3 RANI MARX 38 Wauwinet Rd. Meadowbrood, Adams. Year off, then college To the ups and down of high school, the people I touched, each in their own bubble of a world, and those who were faces along mainstreet , , . You can get it if you really usant. Thoughtprints 23 Adams House Council 3 psychology club 3 laverne and the street Queens 3 GCY MARINI 509 California St. Day, Beals. Cndicided Hey you turkey Nantasket, The Cape, The lot. Sammy's Bodent Good Times with Silky. Linka. Porky. Mongo, Lem and the rest. Football 123 Lacrosse 123 JANET MARSHALL Mello Capo 21 Waterston Rd. Bigelow. Bacon. College Vinyard DF SN CB SS GB. LB+RJ CAPE BURR TE WALL Valiant Parties at JM+KB Tic Friday Blu e + White Gloucester Tues. nights wf RB To my other half concert - fro- for once in my lifel Magots Dide Stairs Katy's all my love to John! One of these nights GTWg JMPFCHA-CHAL BYDRJRCDMD FGHJST BGBJWJWKBLC VIRGINIA M. MASE 22 Converse Ave. MICHELLE L. MARINO 25 Anthony Rd. Day, Barry, College MONIQUE M. MARTIN 14 Arapahoe Rd. Warren, Bacon, College Close to forever, beyond the begin- ning, wishing for never and love without ending. 1 BARBARA ANNE MASS 31 Montrale Road Weeks, Adams. College I'll think about it tomorrou' after all tomorrou' is another day Thanks to the greatest friends: Leanne - You knou' mel. Lauras Cooset and BMLRMCJMSG Thank-you Cappy. To my best friend Lynne: Laughter and Love always. Israel forever. Vol- leyball 1 Open Campus Program 2,3 ROBIN LEE MATTHEWS 67 Columbia Ave. Meadowbrook, Bacon We will be again but each alone. Thanks for just being sisters Annie, Maryanne, Mary Homeroom Great times J.V. Cappy, Bacon lockers H.B. Dotty and her drums. Bernie for JVS+Being Bernie, but most of all Doug Love Always and Forever. Concer Choir 23, Sisters 23. MARA D. MAZZOLA 201 Jackson Rd. Day, Beals, Aquinus Keep smiling 8a oneday it'll smile back. O mi God it's Ben I2yrs with BA. Summer 75 ME 8a LC Chalet GV AC DC SR MC LM TS Italy. Tornero Il pescatore sr. Adams BA RB LFA MV SJ MF AB PR PF. Find youself, then loof ro others. Great times wfAG. MS goma BA special DM G2975 8 gd. SUSAN JANE MASS 31 Montvale Road Weeks, Bacon, College AWAY AND MOCK THE TIME WITH FAIREST SHOW: FALSE FACE MUST HIDE WHAT THE FALSE HEART DOTH KNOW. - Shakespeare Roxbury Tutoring 1, Tennis 1, Newtonite 2, Smith Family 3, Musicale 3. EDWARD J. MATTISON 50 James St. RAMONA J. MAZZOLA 25 Bridge St. HELEN ROSE MASTROIANNI PHILLIP VINCENT 91 Pine St. MASTROIANNI Warren, Beals Phil Remember: The great times with my 136 Pine St. friends, best. friend Cheryl, Love to Warren, Palmer, Landscaping Mike. D Block Jolie. MATTHEW E. MAUTNER 183 Ward St. CHARLES E. MCAULIFFE 97 Pearl St. KIM MARIE MCCULLOUGH KATHLEEN ELLEN MCCABE Mortisha Kathy 10 Westview Ter. Warren, Beals, College Remember great times with DK, DG, LC, SS, KA, LL. Rememeber little NPS - Keep em warm DI! DK - IWIYW. Weekends at DK'S. Work KAREN L. MCCARTHY 19 Auburndale Ave. Warren, Barry, College at JS, and CH. Marshfield 75 - Remembers: Green, long nails, hrs. BudChicks. 1-17-75 PN. Di's curb. spent in art room, NYC, Expo's can- 11-28-75. Field Hockey - 2 . dles. Tennis 12. Crafts Club 3. 124 Ash St., Waltham Warren, Palmer Remembers: The office, Burr, Burg- er, Murray Road, August first. Plym- outh Beach with the Boy and the mustard. Bombed every Sat. Scott's room-Deb, Arnie, Me, and Scott. Pop a Checks. Baby Maybe. Two in the Mouth. Bikes! Almost named it Fifi! Trips. Dave M. Football 1-2-3. The old Club House and all lt's members. Stairway near cafeteris. DONATO MAZZOLA 62 Hawthorn St. Day, Barry College, pharmasist Soccer is number 1 along with Barry House. North end with LD, PT, AC, PG, TP, MR, DC, LC, SM, LR, MS, CC, MM, RS, JP, TO, Hangging around t.he trube Ho-Jo's coffee shop parties at PT House the hiding place all my love to AC and IO SPERO CHE LA ROSA NON SI SELLA MAI CARA. MICHAEL A. MCBRAYER 104 Wellington Hill CATHY MCDADE 371 Waltham St. Warren, Riley, College Love Sz Thanks - LR, JB,BM, MY, JC, GL, SC, CD, DB: TC, SD, KC, BS, JK, Bea, the fence, Bea's house - summer, FP, JSLB, Camping. Prom, Elton John, 2-15-74. It's hard to get by just upon a smile . . . Lisa - 12 years and we made it, thanks! JOHN J. MCDONALD 99 Kirkstall Rd. 45 -A .TQ X X .wi JONATHAN B. MCGRATH 11 George St.. Belmont Charles River Academy. Riley. Finish Carpentry Mill Carpentry and I Got to much work CAIRE M. MCKAY 31 Woodbine St. Adams. Undecided Scott6!7!T4 unreal times with Prout - T0 on Comm. Ave. Candy Sz Dom. MG 8: DM, Smart S Brook - Beand The day at the Res. Freeport. O. A ub. kids and the parties. Summer '75 KA at JB. Red Roof - SS. Wish every wish I've ever wished wouldn't just be a wish I've wished -Sun- shine Daydream! FJ STEPHEN P. MCDONOUUH 70 Bowen St.. Weeks. Bacon, College Football 1.2 WE S LAWRENCE W. MCGRATH Laroo 2-14 California St. DEBRA J. MACLEOD 41 Pearl St. ,tl Q In .4 'JA -. DEBORAH JOAN MCGONAGLE Debbie 929 Commonwealth Ave., Day, Bacon, College Howdie HI. wflane 1f1f75 wf Cindie is it a date Audi' X blks wfCher Good times wfCB EC CF AC LB BC SW Blurring wfBrian SH BC Lot Stands cafe Allison, I feel this do you? 3B's "Never be sad for what is over - be glad it was yours to have" Love Sz thanks to SJM Rally Committee 2,3 KIMBERLY A. MCHUGH 16 Hale St. ROBERT PAUL MCMILLEN 11 Deforest Rd. Warren, Bacon, Hotel Management Remembers: the times in Weston, and down the Cape and the fly home. Mike eatl Bob eat! and tea time! with Fitz, Riley, and Joe, and the mun mucks. And the times at Callahans, right? PB, SR, all the rest, CL, OBJ, Jed, TB, WO, MK, HL, NJ, MB, DA, JT, CF, DC, MN, BC, and all the free lunches, Mrs. W. PAUL JOHN MCISAAC 41 Chaske Ave., Warren, Beals, College Tunes Summers at Craigville Jr's party on Dude It's Kiddies Korner Mary Ann BK Hockey 23 DANIEL A. MCPHERSON JR. T6 Margaret Rd. BRIAN ERNEST MCQUILLAN ll Virginia Rd.. Warren, Beals, College How a man plays the game shows some of his character. Hou' he loses shows all of it. Remembers: plagar- ism. Perry p. Martin - better late than never. 11N if TERESE MCSWEENEY 05 Commonwealth Ave. Bigelow, Palmer, College Storms make oaks take deeper root - George Herbert. swimming 123 Ski Clllb 123 Biology Club 3 Green- DAVID C. MEDALIE MARK MEDLAR house 38 Hobart St. 12 Balcarres Rd. CATHY L. MENDELSOHN 162 Lowell Ave. LAURA MARCY MEYERS 57 Montuale Rd., Weeks, Beals, College It is only with the heart that one can see rightlyg what is essential is in- visible to the eye. SM: lend me your ear. SG: It's a nickname, OZ. LR: my BF from way back. My love always to LG, BM. Thanks Chum Newtonite 23 Track 2 CC3 Newtonian 3 Musi- cale 23 KENNETH DAVID MEISNER 76 Lexington St. Warren, Palmer, Plumbing Remember Cafeteria stairs all my friends. Good times with BA, SW, PM, PG Library stairs divia Hey Ba- bydoll Thanks Mr. G. My Toyota - Friday Cape Cod with BA and KM Thanks to Sheila W. and Paul M. Babysitting. I made it! Always, Kathy CARLOS E. MELENDEZ 40 Woodbine Terrace MICHAEL C. MELNICK 58 Wetherell St. Meadowbrook, Beals, Vocational school Hey, remember parties at Libby's English at Hayden's. Remember ta- bles and floors with Dolly McD 11:30 to 5:00 with John B. Kidding about school Thanks to DH and LR and the group. .v ROBERT OLIVER BRUCE MERCER Bob 67 Mayo Ave., Needham Pollard, Bacon, Gym teacher Lollypops Indoor - Outdoor Track 3 Weight Lifting 2 Ray DEBRA MIDDLETON 20 Tulane Rd. CAROL DEIDRE MESCALL 48 South Gate Park, Warren, Bacon, College Aquaintances come and go, but friends last forever. Better than the gold of kings are memories of happy things. Band 123 Marching Band 123 Biology Club 23 Summer of '75 Wheelchairathon '75 S uare dances Nursing Posts 528 13 ANNIE MARIE MILLER 144 Edinboro St., Day, Adams,? Remember: 'Billy'Forest Grove lin- d.ex.J Arsenault with KR 8x Ft Drive-Iws, Murph's house l3f8f75"J - Dodge - all the times it broke down and the un we had. Palmer house, staying at Ed's house, Frank- lin, KR Sz EM, all the Franklin kids 8: the fun. Room Parties, New Years Elsie '75, 66 Chevy KR, KG, Scamps, NICHOLAS METAXAS 103 Commonwealth Ave. BETH ALLISON MILLER 29 Ellis Rd., Warren, Riley, College True happiness is not the multitude of friends, it's the worth and choice. LC, SG LS BM LF JE Open Campus Senior Class Swimming 123 VALERIE A. MILLER Valeroo 53 Rangeley Rd. Rockville, Md., Murry Road, College Meanwhile back in the States I passed my time counting . . . Broth- ers, What else! It was plain to see that IAC was to be my destiny. Thank you to my friends - Wendy, Dee, Dorion, Micheal, Jamie, Jon, Lobas, Tom, Liz, Joan, Peter and my GEORG GLENN MILLS 30 Bowers St. Day, Palmer, Wentworth Past Cabot and Day. Future Went- worth. My thanks to D.O., BM, AK, And JH and best of luck to BS, DD, KA, JC, SL, JD, JF, TP, and BS. Watch out for: Gardner, Hollowell Cookie. and Bower. CELIA JOY MOFFIE 143 Withington Rd. Bigelow, Bacon, College God Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot cahnge, courage to change the things I can, and wis- dom always to tell the difference. Tennis 12 and forever. Love always to my family and friends, especially Kathleen. EDWARD NEIL MOLLER 21 Barnstable Rd. Warren, Bacon, College When I'm RIGHT no one remem- bers, when I'M WRONG no one for- gets. A special thanks to the 4 home- rooms and 5 homeroom teachers, and everyone else who helped make my three years here fun and reward- ing. Orange Broadcasting General Manager 123, Newtonite Broadcast- ing Manager 23. CRAIG F. MONAHAN 56 Sherrin Ave. PAMELA L. MOORE Pam, D.S. TA Fayette Place, Bigelow, Adams, Work Parting with: KMTGDCSNATH- CEM. KLB. you get the biggest rush when you walk nto the cafe. The bleachers, office, Beals stairway 10, Kathy rem: BOYD SHAG softball, wreck, Paul. Dave. THE TRIP. Par- ty on EZ Hey, Buddy, in the attic, Aerosmith, Just ask Beth, CP with DC. My boots slow down to a buck 10, Later ANDREW JOSEPH MOROG Andy 69 Moffat Rd. Warren, Beals, College We know what we are, but know not what we may be. Nill, Vass. Jess, Pudge, Berk, Warren, Joey, Don Juan, Russel. Smidty. - Kim A Clint Eastwood "I.itef" Al- ways being shafted, Andgie. Week- ends lost, Don Hey, Buddy! Oh, Boyl Headed South. HWHLO. "Do it here, "Bossl Mr. Malone Football 123 STEVEN F. MOSMAN 7 Crown St. MICHAEL B. MOODY S1 West St. RENE STEVENSON MOORE 19 Old Colony Rd. Weeks. Adams. College I am glad at least in my life Ifound someone that may not be here for- ever to see me through, but I found strenth in you. I only pray that I have shown you a brighter day. be- cause that" all that I am litm for - 5 ' g . you see, don 't worry what happens to me. Stevie Wonder DONALD ANTHONY MORRELL Donny 45 Eliot Ave.. Day, Riley, College Thanks for the good times DSBCGMDPRGCB Sr all others I forgot. Rides with Linka Silky 8: Marv TLH Porky WFC Guito Why Me 123 D56 Jock or Jerk? Sat Cape Sun Rides in Westfield! Travelin' Thanks to Mr. Walker Cappy Pat Sr Jess Football 12 Co-cpt 3 Track 1 Wrestling 23 BB 123 Italian 8: Ski Clubs 1 AMJ Y PAUL S. MOTYKA 36 Lexington St. PAMELA K. MOORE 72 Pine Grove Ave. nfl' -sad DAVID ERNESTO MORALES Ernie 665 Grove St. Beals My hobbies are scuba- diving, sky- diving, hiking, skiing lwater+ snowl and making things out of wood and cooking, In the future, I would like to get my pilot's license, raise horses, and run my own restaurant. SUSAN J. MORRIS' 99 Kirkstall Rd. Day, Palmer. Animals 99 Commune, Westport, The Girls, Renee and Candy pain Trainti on Michael. Manord Lizzy being ahead and looking behind. Mard and Char- ley Gilmore gand Jacob Zeus Divi- tion animals. DAW. ELLEN M. MULHERN 393 Commonwealth Ave. LESLIE MORAN 104 Temple St., Warren, Beals "How strange, how sad, the days that are now gone." CHARLES B. MORROW JR. 68 Pine St. MARY ELLEN MULVANEY 61 Wildwood Ave. Day.Riley. College Remember all the great times skiing, the girls swim team, and suburban league in 75. Medley Relay, we did itf Good Times and good luck to SP, BR, TM, KG. PH. and others. Swim Team 123, Co-Capt. 3. Volleyball 1. JULIE E. MURMES 37 Westhourne Rd. GERRY MICHEAL MURHPY DH Derby St. Warren, Barry Foorball 1211, Lacrosse 1223, Ristis van Home away from home: -1 o'clock JAMES EDWARD MURPHY 4221 Albemarle Rd. Day, Adams, Volle-ge Remember Movie Nights, Vanada old I-'AlTHFUl.. flood limes with Studski, Silkey, Dude, "Gil", Trum in the morning Normie +Cap- and Semi. Football K 12, Indoor- +Tom+ Fuzz Let's go head hunting track f lil. the cape: The cooler up in the stands! All the kids down the park- ing lot. JAMES L MURPHY JOANNE E. MURPHY JAMES A MYERS SUSAN M. NANIGIAN 303 Tremont St. 69 Fordham Rd. 72 Monadnock Rd. 160 Charlesbank Rd- JAMES M. NAPOLEON 20 Walnut St. JEAN M. NECHELES 79 Shornecliffe Rd. ANTHONY J. NARDONE 15 Foster St. SUSAN NECHELES 79 Shornecliffe Rd. Bigellow, Beals, College Remember: Get the spot out, Beals stairs, Austins, Billy behind the Li- brary, the stands, all my love to DC, PM, MS PMAC, KC, KG, MD, GM, CC, RN, FC, BH I get by with a little help from my freinds, I get high with a little help from my freinds. To all the teachers HQ". PATRICIA ELIZABETH NARDONE 108 Concord St. Warren, Beals, College Dana Jame ary, DA, RS, MV, EF, SW, LH, CM, gd times wf BK8z GW CFM-911 contest hb riging walk fast Jane I happy Bruce car died 426 nice-head! rain? - AGAIN!! Cheer- leading. iixzlh A JACQUELINE ANNE NEELY 262 California St. Day, Beals, College Thanks: Jeanne, Ann, MaryAnn, Rita, 6 good yars, Dotty, C.D. Mar- ion, Will remember June, B.W. the other Jackie, T.L., F.T. Many thanks: for help - G. Bower, sup- port - B. Sentz and S. Matson, for understanding - Priscilla S. Esp. to Lennie - for being. They know enough who know how to learn. JOSEPH M. NAVARRO Navachi 24 John St. Bacharach Parking lot. New Nev's BJ, BG, MS, DB, TM, Slums Bowlaway, card games, cornet wag- on, chevys on off lock. Y.S.T. . as DAVID KEITH NELSON Sven 119 Lowell Ave. Day, Barry, Work, P.G., Colleage I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the basics of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach and not, when it dame to death, discover that I had not lined -Thoreau. It is bet- ter to know some of the questions than all of the answers - Thurber. f if RICHARD FRANCIS NEWTON JOHN C. NOLAN ROBERT MICHAEL NORCROSS Nips 305 Newtonville Ave. Day, Bacon, Bum Goodtimes down the park The sum- mer of 75 with Larry Every night down the cage Never mind its my ketchup Riding home after school with the gang down Allison Having the concert At midnights the evil spirit Nora Cousin Basil Starsky and Hutch Steve, Remmeber the black- board. 69 'fin W1 JONATHAN PAUL NORRIS 47 Cotton St. Bigelow, Beals, College Keep your self respect and value yourself at your true worth. Beals House Council 23, Ski Club 12, Trea- surer 3, psych club Vice president 23, Newtonite 23, Newtonian3, Orange book 2, Class Committee 23. RICHARD L. NUTTING 151 Edinboro St. Day, Palmer No need to play act for me cause you grab what you can while it's free. Just come right out with what you mean, are the roses as red as they seem? - Dave Mason Wooley, The Old Tom, March, Al bird, Ray, The New Tom, Stew, Med Eds, 31, SS, GS, PB,JK. 41 DEIDRE O'DOHERTY Dae Dae 177 Franklin St. Our Lady of the Presentation, Adams, Nursing - College I grew up believing Falmouth Cody Florida, CG,JG.JMC,SK,LK,JG, MMT,PE,JL, NO, Yg 115 fHopeful- ly!J RK, Matthew, Marsh, Irelandg 45 Prairie Ave. Warren, Beals, College Remember good times in Beals Com- mon. Crazy George P. Being nailed in the library. Breakfast down the ville. Good Friends. 182 Parmenter Rd. Day, Beals, College I got my two bucks from DC, but what happened PA? Loving you girl is so damn easy! SK Initials: GM, JF, BF,DL,JM,JW,SP, RJ, MAB, NF, JG, MA, BC,WL, LC, CM,DP,DS., JH, Remeberszlrene, Judy Seltzer Accounting, Krid, the hill. Z. MARC C. NORVIG EDWARD K. NUGENT AJAX NERD 125 Shornecliffe Rd. 223 Pine St. Route 1 SIOBHAN MEGAN O'BRIEN 150 Melrose St. Warren, Barry, College SUSAN JANE O'BRIEN SOB Susan 77 Charlesbank Rd. Bigelow, Beals, Nursing 1'm not a problem! l'm a blessing? Memories to 931 43, Beals stairs and everyone, commons room, H.R., MDC, MP,MC, Pewter Pot, the odd squad and my laugh! And apple pick- ing? l Love and thanks to SGGMJFCAMPNBFCPM Lets' live life today! Beals Council 123, Sr. Class Committee 3 Dunkin doughtnuts Barry, Bikes, Choppers. Remember good times in the drivers ed. room with Ed baby. My love to Glory, the groviest chick in the world. Hard heads 1,2,3, co-captain. The fires in the "guy's" room, and of course to my favorite teacher "FUZZY". thanks everybody for I am glad to have met you all, I know what to stay away from now. CAROLE ANN O'CONNER 36 Evergreen Ave. Warren, Adams, Travel Well I've bee out walking. I don't do much much talking these days. These days I seem to think about the things that I forgot to do for you and all the times that I had a chance to. - Jackson Brown KAREN MAKIE O'DONNELL 19 Balcarres Rd. Warren, Palmer, College A wasted day is without laughter To all my friends - Take care and re- member, I'll always have a special BRIAN MICHAEL O'HALLORAN pus 23, Rally Committe 3, Yearbook P1309 in my heart f0f Cach and 9V6fy' WILLIAM F- ODONNELL Big Sister 3, Key Club 2, Open Cam- 3. 64 Oakwood Rd. one of you. 46 Clarendon St. - Day, Adams, College 4 gl WALTER W. OLSICK 19 Melrose Ave. SUNG H. PAK 935 Commonwealth Ave. GREG JAMES PAPPAS 101 Warwick Rd. Day, Bacon, Alaskan Pipeline Football 123, Baseball 123, Homew- recker D, Cactus Coiler, Humpa 2. NED O'I-IALLORAN 377 Walnut St. Day, Adams, College The locker room, our side Pesky. Special Thanks to NW,PC, Capsized with DK, Beaching with DP VC, and the Car Crew. The Shed with NFNOHDKRR. The team: PMGPSCFPCHBOGM Main Man ML. Apollo The Big D, Nips Con- cord, Coubling with JB, MH, Wres- tling 123, Football 123, Track 1. BRUCE R. O'LEARY 14 Victoria Circle -:J ROBERT I.. OLESEN 296 Woodland Rd. ELIZABETH ANN ORZACK SUSAN MARY O'SULLIVAN DIANA PAHIGIAN 7 Bunny Circle 109 West St. 398 Waltham St. Bigelow, Bacon, College Day, Adams, College You never really understand a per- 'Tis Time I shall leave thee, watched son until you climb into his skin and sunsets from other shores and regret walk around in it. To Kill A Mock- not giving my love even more ingbirdg Just sitting watching the Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Hap- scenery go by. To DC8zP - The Cor- piness, Smile, Sunshine Senior Class, ner, Wingersheek, Beach The Pool. Biology Club, Rally Club, Ski Club. Tennis, P.Simon and D. Who? ..,., Five Words .... Ou est La Partie? BRUCE W. PALMA 74 Bowen St. KAREN ANN PAPPAS 35 Rose Dr. Warren, Riley, College Never Can Say Goodbye Summer of 75 with CBO Long talks with MWB. Dances and D Valentines 32.63 and fencing with Joe. F block study LM? You're Turning red AK. CB's B-Day at Jade Isle. Nights out, Cabs with SD. CD. LS. and more memories . . . yearbook 3 Hellenic Club 3 RICHARD J. PALUMBO 30 Mill St. JULIE F. PARELES 35 Brackett Rd. ANGELO D. PAOLINI 262 Nevada St. The boys at the park, The good times at the Capewith Steamer, Voo, and my Idoe. Tom B. and his 2 moons. Beating the steamer, Fight- ing with my partner D'Amico. The Singing Beach Bums. 64 Chevy. Mint Water Skiing. With Tom And Voo. Nips and his 64 Chevy. The Summer of 75 was great. DONALD R. PARK JR. 105 Barton Rd. STEVEN PARKER Easy 86 Warwick Rd. W. Newton Day. Bacon. College Dont just sit there do .something -Pat Coleman - Great coach and friend. Hope to become as good a wrestler as he. Cappy and Walker great coaches. D'Agostino. Jones f Sun with Force A 12. Becker - T4 Good friends always DS.DlNI.CB.- RG.BT.N1C.DC.SR Force f 12: 12 wrestling Y 1232 f Co.-Capt. - 140 ALISON PARNELL 187 Gibbs St. CHRISTOPHER PATTERSON 1016 Center St. Bigelow. Palmer. Relax. College. Grizzley Confusion waiting for big Hi. How- ever not idle - the bear at the little room - wheelin - bealiul the Pork- loins of this establishment - toolen - the store Hey! Hey! Whitteauss Kicheals -BAND Boobeauss and his ducking machine J.c. Thurs. Trash late nights regretable morn- ings Was it that bad? SUSAN E. PEGHINY 2202 Commonwealth Ave. A A L , 1 JOHN MICHAEL PEPE Jack 61 Walker St. Day, Beals Good times with MH. AD,SW,M M,DM, PT,CH. Lets Go STARSKY Mr. Bowers 11th grade English class. I would like to thank all the teachers I have had. The great homeroom in 4241 with I. Roman. - Georges Is- land with Vida Are Lnall Ready We 'all are ready By NNHS Newton- ite 3 JOHN SILVIO PAULINI 6 Manor Ave. Natick Wilson. Adams, Cruisin Open headers in front of school 67 red GTO Goat Good gears good Ch99I'S 65 Cutlass 60 back to Natick Falstaf weightlifting Hypo ROY W. PARSONS JR. 114 Albermarle Rd. Newtonville Day. Adams. College, Air Force Pilot Spring T3 - Yamaha 360 Enduro 22 Summer T5 Bobi-John R8zQ Fun House Pinball Andrea maybe re- member Marilyn,Ed. Nina,Rick, Kim.Tracy. Lisa, Mark,Larry,B0b. John. Jeff.Bubbles Starmarket 23 Burn't, ZepplinIII Rare Earth V0.1 68Buick Tank ELLEN SUE PECK 20 Morton Rd. Newton Ctr. Weeks. Beals. College The only gift is a portion of thyself - Emerson musicale 1: French Club 12: Gymnastics 2: Tennis 13: Senior class committee ROBERT S. PEEBLES T4 Hillside Ave. TIEN CHCAN PENG 11 Bencliff Circle Warren, Palmer GILBERT J. PEMENTEL JR. JoHN E. PENDERG.-xsr Soph-1, Jr.. - 2,sr. - 3 Rf-mem T4 chester Rd. is Copley st. be-rS.sAT,ACH,QU1z,TEsTs JOE PEPPER Joe Pepper 859 Beacon St. Weeks. Palmer Everyone wants to go to heaven but no one wants to die Football 123 Basketball 1 Lacrosse 23 Goodbye to PC,CM,RC, HT,PE,EA,EE,LB,MV. DC.DM, DM,DP,RG,GM,JM, Riley Corner Chris Silver Bells and the card games in the training room be- fore the games. . ...A- S 5' .,. , -L ,f FRANK PESCOSOLIDO 22 Lill Ave. Warren. Beals Football 1-2-3 Wrestling The locker room, David6 and Pesky9 Lobes and the right side the cafe the parties in the caddy. The barn,Tower, Rix Re- members SM, The sole is te spark of starie essent. Mr. Magic room CHARLES D. PETERSON 170 Fairbanks Rd. JOSEPH V. PHEIFER 1079 Washington St. ANTONIETTA PISELLI 57 West St. X W- I 6 fo ' x ALAN ROY PETITTI CHRISTOPHER M. PETHUCCI S'I'I'iVl'iN HARRISON l'l'i'I'l'iR 16 Merrill Rd. Weeks, Adams TivlyB.H.H.SL10O B8iE OH HEL- LO The oldsmobile Jam Ripin BB RM AB JC NOOP ' 1121 Warren St. TINA PICCIRILLI 109 Jewett St. Bigelow, Barry, College Italian corner with Barry House Good times with PG DC PT MR TL AC LC CC RS FT RB MM LR DM LD NN SM HO JO'S Italians CL VB 2,3 The Play Theres so much to do and so little time to do it in, but the sun also rises. JANICE M. PISELLI 9 Mague Pl. Meadowbrook, Barry, Secretary I will to N.H. all my credits! Pet peave-Mr. C. Good times with C.G., A.M., J.M., J.H.,With T.W. the times we had together. Gang - Re- member the times we spent in room Breakfast at Austin's Bye-Bye KEVIN J. PICHETTI 373 Winchester St. DOUG MCGILL POLLOCK 239 Woodland Rd. Warren, Riley, College Born with the gift of laughter and the sense that the world was mad and that was his only Patrimony. Good luck to all my friends for the future. Ski Team 2,3. Outdoor Track 2,3. Tennis Team 3. See you later Guigy and the rest of you tur- deys!!l!!!!!!!!! Steve 1110 Cherry St. Warren, Palmer, College Co-President of Palmer House Locker Club 1,2,2l, Revembers: Palmer House Boys, J,Wg KHQR. JQC. RgA.LIpS.SgK.S: E.S.3D.Bg .l.EgCmg Short Summers SR: R.MgA.B.F.3 Pen Game: J. WS Head Butte 6 Stitches, W.L.Ball, Bad Knees, Success is not measured by heights attained but by obstacles overcome! ' 9 .,' e ' . x 1 ' ' .I l CINDY ANN PINE 31 Chaske Ave. Warren, Riley, Child Psychologist Being with all the dids outside Riley. Smashing at Mac's with M.T,C.K, and the Merc. Can't forget the years with Eli. Going down Humarock with M.CgM.TgM.T. Attempted wee- dends at Mohawk, with D.RgM.CgM.Tg the white Mountains. MICHELLE PORTER 26 Cheswick R.D Warren, Rileyf? From time I will remember, that's all. I will be thankful of both the good and the bad and take it with a grain of salt. I've aquired no phyloso- phical reasoning to guide my future. To stay longer would defeat my pur- poseg To continue is to grow, learn, and achieve. 4f17!73. JUSTIN M. POWELL 14 Somerset Rd. ug JOHN PRECOPIO 32 Gilbert St. Warren Beals, Mystery Tour 76 and it makes me wonder Apple corps Ltd. Remembers: Golden Star, Dec. 4, 1974, Summer of 75 at B.B.C.C. CALIFORNIA 4,43 I JAMES RICHARD PRESCOTT Budda 31 Oak Street Meadowbrook, Palmer, Electrician Remember: the Electrical shop, in- tercoms. catwalks in the auditorium. all my friends from NNHS, NSHS and NHS C.,Gl,CF,JB, LM,DC,BH, HT,MC,JV,DM,BB,LG,PC,BC,DF, RC,CB,PA, Hockey 2 Lacrosse 1,2, Chocolate milk +FF 1,2,3 JOSEPH S. PRESTAJOHN 7 Sunset Rd. Bigelow, Riley Italian, Corner Barry North End Pool Print Shop it was Fun Thanks JC BM RS AC LR TP DC PG SM LC MM DM PT MR LD CC L4 gv DAVID BRIAN PRINCE 60 Harvard St. Day, Adams, College Good Times on the Gridiron 1.2.3 Football 1.2.3 Baseball 1,37 Basket- ball Marvin Link Kuddles 63 69 Turf Mongo Dude Pudge Fran G.T. Pep The Dull but Deadly Gang Dougal Nill 8: Prinve, Guss, Norky R.S. Bianc Thanks Cap 8: Buttsie. I Luv M.C.V., SW, AS. KS. RC. RS, BW, KW, LB, KO, LM, DM, DC. Memo- ries Remain 76 '17 DAVID A PROIA Otis 652 Watertown St. Day, Riley. College CARR ffl Kim. Good times with The Kids down the park. Camping down The Cape Taking care of The Brockton Kids with DD, DP, MS, LM, MJ, RS, RN, JM, MA, Adams House Boy's The Summer of 75 Par- ty in Brookline RN, JM, Otis Time for home room Ted The Park 123 KATHIE MARIE QUIRK Casey Washington St. Day, Bacon, Secretary Good times down the first floor with AC, PC, Bluboy and Fish. Remem- bers: Summertime, Badtime, and Jackie Blue. Never forget the Neigh- borhood U75 5!T5. Good luck to AC, TL, MB, PY, KS. BD, WS, CC, DD, Never forget Arby. DOUGLAS H. PRINCE 16 Lafayette Rd. CYNTHIA PROIA 225 Chapel St. DONALD M. PROIA PHILIP E. PROIA ALBERT F. QUERN JR. 225 Chapel St. 13 Woodrow Ave. 914 Webster St. MARK EDWARD RAHALL Steama 25 Thaxter Road, Our Ladys, Beals, Mechanic The park Good times Down the Cape Dizzy D Tom T Hampster and the ever popular Tasmainian Devil "2 Moons" Lay - Low 75 Camaro Chaying the flags The Great liquid diets prescr. bed by DR Rahall "no Really!! "You know what I meam" "Life is nothing ut A mere Biological INTERLUDEH JAMES HOWARD RAINEY JR. 1044 Chestnut Street, Meadowbrook, Barry, Vocational School I would like to thank all my teachers for their help while I was at Newton North High and to my Fellow Graduates. Good Luck in the Future. LYNNE RAMEE 22 Wareick Rd. F.A.Day, Barry, College Summer!7-1, soccer!BU, the multiple parties, the Div, wfgreatest people. Spagetti at JBS, unreal, steppin into the office breakin all those bones that kept us smilin. Mobes cruizin, we psyched? J. Cliff superb. My love to HSMSPWCTLVSS JBBRPE - Thanx. We've got so much more liv- ing to do . . . CHARLES RANDOLPH ELIZABETH RAPTIS THOMAS R. REARDON PHILIP J. REDDY 10 Harvard Ave. 84 Derby St. 25 Pollard Dr. 5 Cross St. S RONALD M. REID BRIAN G. REIDY RONALD J. RESNICK 105 Rockland St. 479 Walnut St. 12 Westhourne Rd. Beals When upon the sea of life and the wind stops row . . .! Mill Carpentry major. Special thanks to, Elizabeth rl H. MARY ESTHER REUNING 19 Salisbury Rd. Bigelow, Bacon, College Thanks M.E., J.D., J.H. 8: Mr. S.C.Q. Third floor - Bacon. NAG, NAG, NAG, Chuck Hunk, C.S., J.C. Piesaule, I blew it! One of these nights. Can't forget Pewter Pot. Hi to Joe Sz the gang at CVS, Bill Sr the gang at First Lu. Nancy 8: Stan, You've got a friend. DOUGLAS M. RICHARDS 16 Washburn Ave. LISA JOAN ROBERTS Commonwealth Ave. Warren, Adams, College Hang up my junior year. Never for- get the Cape -Jo. 10 Summers The String fie LD's The Brothers NWH Boo Party O. Too many memories. CB - I-Iull PP Sid BR TD 2:00 Stay outta trouble. Kimba, never forget ya. MCSGGJBBMKG Thanks Eddy! Do a little dance. M. Blue Jimmy Fulton TC and GL Shaft LUIGI RICCI 9 Gardner St. Day, Riley, Trade School Don't lead I may not follow. D0n't follow I may not lead. Walk beside me and be my friend. Italian Corner Barry House North End was fun pls playing billiards with LC, JR, MM, RS, MR, Hope to see all my friends after graduation LC, JP, MM, RS, MR, DM, AC, PT, NN. if 'if f .iytt ' 'x'. P I JOSEPH S. RICHARD 232 Auburndale Ave. Warren, Riley Remember the minute of silence. Jeesh guys, such good times. Ms. Fano's Homeroom. Chevies go, Fords DON'T. I will make my mil- lion by Dec. 23, 1979. If not by then, Aug. 8, 1980, or Jan. 6, 1982, or Nov. 16, 1983, or June 9, 1999. If I don't make it by then, I don't want it. RAYMOND O. RIST Walnut St. Day, Barry, College Football 123, Lacross 123,Manamet at 400 with Ned and Murph. The Cape Pizza Shop. The Stands. Norm DAVID M. RICHARDS 16 Washburn Ave BRIAN P. RILEY and Cap, Tom and Fuzz. NF, NOH, DONALD E. ROBARDS 65 Westchester Rd, BM, TC Cooler the parking lot. 48 Farquhar Rd. RHONA GAYLE ROBERTS 11 Mandalay Rd. Bigelow, Beals, College Though we cannot make our sun stand still, yet we can make him run. Special memories Washington, DC. With DC. House Council 3, Psy- chology Club 3, French Club 1, New- tonite staff 23, Senior Class 3 -J I I ALBERTA ROBICHAUD Al Warren, Palmer, Travel Live, Love and Learn Nothing is so strong as gentleness, Nothing is so gentle as real strength. All the luck to everyoneg to a happy and healthy future. Dig and be Dug in return. Never forget, AD, PH, BH, JL, DD, DC, MM, KM, KEVIN ROBINSON 15 Worthington Ave. iff SUSAN A. ROBINSON KATHLEEN ROCHA RAYMOND W. ROEMERS Ill! Hawthorne Ave. Warren. Adams. College Life ts a dream to he lit Q. not a proh- lem to hr' Sfffted. Kathy 254.1 California St. Day. Beals. undecided Remember all the good times in front ot' Palmer House. Cafe. Never forget AM+BK. All the good times we had. Never forget IOJIO T5 with Ed. and never forget AMBKLKKCQJBRYHDSBBHKGTC. all the good times in d-block with Shelly. good times in the scamp and never forget em. never. ROBERT A. ROMERO III 15 Princeton St. STEVEN MICHAEL ROSEN ll-1 Lowell Aye. Day. Barry. Travel. Work. College Muddling through the ups and downs. Doing itf Wrestling 12353 co- captain. Neighborhood Gang f Pool night. Love those fugitive little ap- proaches. Ditto people of 4692. PC. AW. Story day. Scoopy. the booth. dream machines. and apple pief Dig the music: Can't wait to pick up the pieces. ,,,.. gig' 4 Q JOHN WINSTON ROSENFELD Wolfman JIU Bennington St. Bigelow. Barry, College Remember Butch 62 Sundance then Starsky 6.1 Hutch what next. Buddy but no matter what you gotta stick with me. Good talks with Mel in HR. to all LG LF LY KB JB CC TF JK All the mistakes were mine. I owe it all to Uncle Jimmy. Soccer 12. Wrestling 123. Track 23. Judy Judy tell me true yily. ROBERT JOSEPH ROONEY Bobby 1293 Main St.. Watertown Bigelow. Beals. work Wait a long' time for jvou. Maryellen 9-2-T-I 11f3fT5. good times down Boyd Park with: LM. JO. JR. MEM. MF. JM. RC. LM. SR. JC. KM. SM. Screamers. Beginings Glenny. George Hockey 2. Baseball 1. MARCIA GAIL ROSENBACM 51559 Lowell Ave. DAY. BEALS. COLLEGE We cant all and .so771C of us dont Thats all there is to it. - Winnie- TheePooh. Indoor Track 1. Outdoor Track 1. Cross Country 2. Open Campus Council 2. Thoughtprints 3. Q If L pf' I in PAMELA BETH ROSENTHAL 36 South Gate Pk. Warren. Palmer. College This above all: to thine oun self be true. And it must follou, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be fals to any man. Sunshine on the Cape beaches f B. the Claw - J. Kids L+S. Carol my walking part- ner. Jean always. Jim. When it snow on the not. We will love it while we ski itf 13 Weir St. .ANDREA M. ROSARIO 3 Fottler Rd.. Mattapan Warren. Beals. College' Andrean Greg 1974 1976 Dana PC RC CC BSL' Miss Murrell KB KB AT HT KA Lita RB ST DC GK LP ID SG SG GS TC HD LW KR BC MG. Good luck to everyone in the BSC. LISA ANNE ROSENBERG 393 Fuller St. Warren. Riley. College Great times ww DS Remembers: Rockport. Ily. Gotcha good. Duffins all my love to Dave forever. BCDS - BC DC MB MD EP FAF -JN DO- BIE BI MZ SMYLYY -Parties. Drives. Memories . . JEFFREY M. ROSEN 154 Evelyn Rd. JANA ROSENBLATT 6 Ferncroft Rd. AMY SARAH ROSETT 51 Barnstable Rd. Warren, Bacon, College Before the breathing air is gone. Be- fore the sun is just a bright spot in the nighttime out uhere rivers like to run 1 stand alone. and take that something uorth remembering. EZ. LR. DK. GB. AJSS-BUBBLES HHS BEALS STAIRS STGE CREW 23 Yearbood - 3. Campaigns TP FaDl KIMBERLY JANE ROSS Kim 46 Wegewood Rd. Day. Palmer. College Best of Luck to all my great friends Think I'1l make a study. Melk. Raunchy. twisted ankle. for what'7 rolling orange. rooftop onion ring. wake upll. Dub. Duh. Beach Boys concer 6f29!T5 snappin' gum ann. thanks for all the great times we've had. Senior Class Committee 3. LISA MARIE ROSS 25 Rose Drive Warren, Riley. College Stay right here cause these are the good old days Remember With your head in a cloud W.VV. is ya new years and one week later. I thank God for the people I have found. Specially thanks to G.L. I f I.A. with Cathy. The machine. ANDREA M. RUFO 161 Adams St. MYLAN C. RUSSELL 20 Summit St. PATRICIA NOELLE RYAN 77 Page Rd. Our Lady's, Riley, Nursing All the good times with M.F., M.V., S.J., A.B A.B., B.B., R.B., P.F., M.M., Best wishes to Lu8z Ed. sum- mer of "74" NHSPL Basketball 1, Swimming 1,2,3, I get by with alittle help from my friends, Laconia, N.H. Adams House, College R.N. .JOSEPH R. RUGGIERO Joe Frederick St. Day, Beals, College Always hope for the best, but be pre- pared for the worst Chicago and the Beach Boys 6f29f75 with M.A.W. and the great times in the bug of with S.D., G.B., and M.M.. Golf JOSEPHINE RUSSO Jo 65 Anthony R.d. Day, Adams, Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Adams House, Italian Club 3, Swim- ming 3, It., In A.M. It. Play. Jose- phine et Napoleon, Giuseppina -f Jo. SANDRA MARY RYAN SANDY 10 Cherry Place West Newton Warren, Bacon, College Who knows where the time goes, Cricket, best years eve, thanks to all those who made it interestingg Senior Class Committee 3. Newtonian. ILENE M. RUBIN 91 Mary Ellen Rd. SUSAN RUSKIN 21 Sylvan Ave. ELIZABETH A. RYAN Beth 46 Vista Ave. Warren, Bacon, College I can't say where life will lead me but I know where I've been v I can't say what life wll show me, but I know what I've seen. Jimmy Cliff Swim- ming 1,2,3, Skiing 2,3, Softball 2,3 LINDA FAY SAFRAN 90 Atwood Ave, Newtonville, Masss Day, Barry, College Good times with LGNB SLSWJLN MLL HChB French Club 123, Barry House Council 3, Senior Class com- mittee 3, Gigi 2, Russian Club 2, Ex- plorers Club 3, BBG 123, Remem- bers: Back of the Library, Socials, Mixers. Nobody ever had a rainbow until he had the rain. CARMEN lf RIIELAS 13:3 Millet St, r , a 5, ,T . I I , I W, LINDA M. RUSSELL RUSS 131 Prince St. Warren, Beals, Remember: Beals stairs, GC., R.M., B.G., Maura. Mouse, Laura. Bumble. S.J,, L.J., J.S., R.B., EZ., A.R., PJ., peach, B Project, Vroom car, Crew 1,2,3, books, Austins, crusin, the cut through, down the ducks, brigs, AFS, FRI, nights, division. Aug. 12, B.B, M.B.,8zC.B. - weltleet. orange blood. Newcombs, Butgl, Leos D.G. and the M.Sl C.C..8r G.T. R.B,8zL.R.,TLAF. MICHAEL G. RYAN Mike 242 River St. Memorys the fort, the barn. The tower., the parking lot F.P. and his caddy with J.V., S.M., C.G., P.M., F.B., A.Q. P.S., and all the rest. . 4 , I .A SUSAN ELLEN SAFTON 15 Exmoor Rd. Bigelow, Riley, College To MPSWJVHLM: You were 81 al- ways will be 1 step aheadl Trek in lib. MF, Feb: SwtzCWOWl Cash par- tiesg sum74 - fiddler, family. Cliff Days! a8rJ, movies, HarSq, IHOP at 3AM. Click - Brringl SFBOS- KONE! Sum75: MM-LGVBRG, BGpartiesl THE POST FOREVER! Leo EHMS CS - Thanx All. French Club 123, Curr. Review 23, Stage Crew 23. 1' .1 he MARTHA JANE SALDINGER 98 Sumner St. Weeks, Riley. College . . , Since feeling is first who pays any attention to the syntax ofthings will never wholly hiss you If the sun has faded away I'll try to make it shine e. e. cummings,The Beatles Musical 23, WESTPORT 23, LYNN, LIB- BY, JANA. HOPE, LOIS, ALISON. GIGI,ET.AL.PS1LO1'EYOUPM 1 '-' f KAREN LEE SALEM 54 Maynard Street Day,Bea1s,College France - Feb. 75! Sweeds, PigF- .Hey, thanks Ace! JEL tJI-ILJ trips to N.H. at 3. Store 24! 376! S10 taxi! DKA, 1201? Mr. Maybe - Skiing! Carr Gang! Lou - 7 Buzz! Hilltop Ducks! Summer of 75 at PVC! Bubba 8: C.Wings, Will you ever? So Blab- lucious! He loves your A! EF,MV . , , . To JRS'Thanks and just wind me up! LTMAP JILL SALOW 15A Crescent Square Meadowbrook, Bacon, Perfection After two years at South anything looks good! Farewell my lovelies! Ba- con lockers, The Post, Jane, we all miss you, Best wishes to a pair of Australians,AB,2 C'sand 1 N,2 N's, AB, DA, AND 3 hours in HoJo's Parking lot,Bowling, Chinese Red Lights, Drive-ins, 3-7-75 TJ+JS TLA ff' a k..., j JEAN M. SALVUCCI 23 Eddy St. Day,Palmer,College 1 have learned that to be with those I like is enough. Walt Whitmen - Newtonite 1,2 Newtonion 1,3 Li- brary Aide 1,2.3 Biology Club 3. GEORGE SANTI 67 Court St. Bigelow, Barry, Work, School Remembers: Gumps, Rat, Robert, Jay, Ankle,DD DW BG Ahmeid, GM, and the guys down shop: Dan, Rahall, Harts, Hilley, Dickie, Franz, Callan, Mac, David, Pudge. JA- HOOPS, TF,BS,MD,SC, RB,GD WZ,MV,DJ, DM, JG,CT, Soccer 3 ALINE CATHERINE SAMMUT Ace 30 Anthony Circle Day,Beals,College BUMPING 81 BOOGEING in AVORIAZ! Jan U got. ti76!Lou TWWW 75! 12:30 buzz,but itiwas fuzz? E, I have great or direction! Sci- tuate 10pm. Luv to ALL CARR GANG! RS Si EF at BB. U R so blab- loocious! Good Times WXMVDPRGD SDLBYJCCP! Thankx Rich KAKA, I bet U didn't know ..! JS 8: KS PVC Ann 8a Andy TLA Chink A wasted day is one without laughter! LISA B. SARETT 91 Intervale Road MIGUEL A. SANCHEZ 156 Highland Street DAVID S. SAROFF 50 Marshall St. Weeks,Riley,Live Where's the Party? I think my ceil- ing is leaking! Remembers: Friendly talks in the library. and outside Riley Stairway, homeroom with Uncle Wally: Riley house basketball 1 Ri- ley house Hockey 1,2,3 Riley house Council 1,2,3, BETH SAXE 15 Antonellis Circle Meadowbrook,Palmer Good times with DW,ME,KC,GL, JC. Remembers: the Big L, Magoos, Gateway, Burrattys, Beasaroni Good times PN Maine and the capei All my love to Don. Aug 2, 1972 Col our my world. DANIEL ROBERT SAXON 1 Gammons Rd. Weeks, Bacon Knowledge is power - Meditationes ROBERT D. SBORDONI: Sacrae De Haeresibus 35 Emerson Street ,-3 f'4 STEVEN BRUCE SANDLER Sal 386 Chestnut St. Bigelow,Palmer,College Nothing ventured nothing gained. Goodbye to Duke and the Grid Iron. G9 as in Plugged Its only coke offi- cer. 16 Sand Trap PUSH! Good Luck to Erin,Barb, DT,DL LB,JD,JC,RM. Stu-Gatz, Soccer 1,2,3 Man-Ball, La- crosse1,2,3, CLAIRE SASAHARA 221 Mt Vernon Street W, r d : -T , J. . , '-an ,Q. A " ' r X f KT 1 Vaxxx' s- ' SUSAN F. SCAFIDI 62 Albert Rd. Warren, Riley.'7 Time is .. too slow for those who wait too swift for those who fear too long for those who grieve too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love . . time is eternity. Memo- ries: Craige - 12-73 Summer of 75. Marshfield with Bud Chicks! Thanks to: DA,KA,DG.DK,LL,KM,LC 8: Mom 8: Dad 'Q DANIEL R. SCHINDLER 118 Windemere Road STEVE M. SCHAEFER 28 Brookside Ave RICHARD MARTIN SCHILDER 12 Lorna Rd. Bigelow, Bacon, College A journey begins with a single step. I will discover, not in paper but in peopler I cannot find refurge in books for I must learn from the liv- ing. Cnoss-country 123, Indoor track 123, Outdoor Track 123. LORI BETH SCHLAGER 60 Kenilworth Rd. Bigelow, Riley, College But the endings always come at last, endings always come too fast, they come too fast, and pass too slow. Many thanks to Riley house. Bat mobile, Lee, I'm psyched. H20 ville Avoriaz, '75. Rily BMXBM Thanx MSLDXKSLC. March Band 123, New- tonite 23, Newtonian 23, Circ mgr. Riley House Council 123, Ski Club 123, Jr. 8zSr. Class Comms. Tennis 23, Swim 2, Adios NNHS! LYNN JOY SCHNEIDER 193 Hobart Rd. Weeks, Barry, College DRSF. Here's to Reps. 5 AM Peter, Adam! All Same LS type O Etc. Love to LV. Yait, here's to Old Times, DY,AF, FP, RA, CONT'D. MS Redhead. No Privacy shoot any- thing that moves. Are you allright miss? All my love, CH, LB, remem- ber SF, BC, Pussycat, Have a drink, BT. 4 Plays, MSC. Happy Birthday, Lisa! Surprise!! JAMES SHOENBERG ALLEN W. SCHOFIELD PAUL C- SCOTT 48 Lawmafigsa Road 75 Central Street 73 May Street NANCY S. SELTZER 38 Wachusett Rd. Weeks,BeaIs,College GARY S. SEMENTELLI 71 Anthony Road RICHARD ALLEN SEMEMNTELLI 24 Clinton St. Day, Bacon The weekend down the cape this summer. Great times with SH. Bas- ketball 123 KURT -l. SCHILDHAUER 297 Cabot Street VIRGINIA C. SCHEIDER 116 Church Street MARK A. SELENKOW 155 Paulson Road VD A 1 I, l DONALD SHANLY 21 Lodge Rd. Warren, Electronics. Never getting a schedule. Wednes- days shop with Mr. C. Summer School with JP, JS, NC. KK, PJP, DR, DC, MK,JK, JB, CT,GC, Finast. LAURA ELLEN SHATZ DONNA iyi. SHAUGHNESSY LIANE MARIE SHEEHAN Laaaarrrr 62 Fellsmere Rd. Bigelow, Adams. College Joseph A There's somerhing in your eye! The firsy million to you know who. Someday in France'7 I LOVE YOU. Sheila Hedda -lilly Bean Eur- ope? Apartement'7 DI WITH THE M7 Let's GD my saviour forever Neue - You look like your cousin many breaks to go SLLGG7 PAPA MO lClass of T51 48 Larkin Road Lee 6 Crescent Ave. Mt. Alvernia Palmer College Remember: daCenna TheField, Lug JSSBJPRWKKSKPHSHLSBPLP DKPSSM Cape. My Weekend, P + Aa + 5am Rocks NotBunradies'7 CallsA+3am. Pool Finally 3mths Later AtLast Legal FJB, Barbaq- wue, kick The Bucket KannaFana. Our Secret LoversDoes AnyOne Really knowWhatTimeitis Power- House 9l11f57+58. PartiesN. HldsPlayground . . . Thank You! 'v .qx v '1 TERRY F. SHEINGOLD 156 Highland Ave. MARGO M. SICILIANO T1 High St. Bigelow, Barry, College If God is loye then we are loved! Good times with PF JM JW RJ JM LC KB DM DB SF DB ES! Mello Capo! Booga 31 8: 2! Remember Zel- da's Jw7! All my love to SW. The imll, Burmf: Pub! Green table 1973! Shlitz! Auburndale - DM CM MC MS NA! God bless, love, 8: watch- oyer all my friends. 73-T6 DEBRA ANN SHELTON THOMAS K SHOR STEPHANIE KARLA SIAGEL H., Klixlfck St 90 High Rock' Terrace 116 Fuller St. . " ' . ' VV ,B ' .B!gel0liLi.Bl?rry' PUSTTTS Sflhroairh Remembers: Thleegatiiiallc tale locker Nelmlmrd llg 15152 ali? dngis F-FS. Love is not love 'til you give it ietrhgszxog uajrevei IAS? the pgcbd au'ay.' Concert Choir 123 Sisters 23 0 .- - , 5 . 9 times with SGSMDFRHDBDCD mage Crew lr M-IS. Stones 'T5. Puerto Rico T3-74. How could I forget the Hi-Lo crew. My number one hang-put. SOUNDS!!! The Pinball Wizard! Dancing with Mr. D. Itchigoo Park! Bye! MARILEE B. SIDERIS Munchkin 24 Belmont St. Bigelow. Be als. College Thankx: CML,MEM,SN.MBM,FC. DC.KG,CC.LC,KM,PMAC HI'LO Kids Alley, MDC. Jade Island. Jacks, Brighton, Cruising with JM MA Dedham: Ps, Beals. Austins Dave Homeroom eith Philip C WOL L's office, Teen Time Park PM BB. Chicago Concert Partie! Good times at the Cape W DC Lore will keep us together. PAUL ANDREVV SIEGENTHALER Sig 35 Chestnut Terrace Weeks. Palmer. College Anyone can be corrupted. French. BB C-6f29. Toyota 70.000 - l1l16 Brae Burn 16 Lole Sandtrap Sal - 10l10 . Post-season. Good times count. Soup, Mac, Teps, Saint, Sal. Dick. et al. LET'S PARTY! Wres- tling 123 DAVID PETPERSON SILK RICHARD GEORGE SILTON RITA L SIMONELLI 58 Randlett Park Day,Bacon. College. Sv dfllffl .sues down to dm' no thing gold can stay. To some great people Tux Nubba Linka. Charles Un the bridge, Ware R. Tom they don't come better. GM, RG, D NFC P, AS. EF, KS, MV, My love to a friend LD 710. Lice is fine sweet as wine tis fine S.P. Jones Deutsch YRBK FT 12 LX1SCPres.3c BC Cappy1:AM. 16 Moffat Rd. Warren Riley College THE BEST FAMILY, the best friends, Alisong what else could I ask for? Why write the names of those I'll never forget'? Fellow Chumlies! Teps. could be a bluff! G0 soccer! You get out of something only as much as you put in. 1561. Class VP 23 Riley Pres.. SAC 3. Soccer 123 Mike and Jeff, SLTBTTD RJJPARA. 01 Clinton St. Day, Barry College That's enough for me. Geo. I geo is north end w!LC and AC. Pool with Jp Soccer games 3 summer - Italy 75 Barry House DADADADA DC and DM always remember DCTPPTMM DMLMLRRSP CMSDTSMNN TTJPCCJMMR GKFTMCLADBGA Italian Club 3 Special love and remembrance to AC and LC. EDWARD B. SIGEL 56 South Gate Park LESLIE ANN SIMONS Lee 117 Chestnut St. Warren Barry. Bacon, Palmer. College CG, SK. MB, AW. Lifesai-ers Sleepq There's one way to learn about foot ball . . . lLFl Newtonian. Newtonite KAREN MARIE SMITH 407 Central St. Auburndale Warren Adams College Summers were the best. Always re- member PC ML MB everyone stay high. CHICAGO 74+75 stay cool Ron Weekends skiing at Wildcat Singapore slings. Summer 75 the best never forget BS RS Sue and An- nie. Newton High Basketball Games 74 I leave nothing but cut slips to NNHS ALISON MARINA SOLLEE 11 Lodge Rd. W. Newton Warren Beals College FRIEND: One who knows all about you and loves you the same. Ly, Li, M, J - wish I met you before! strange movies BBoys with DH al- ways wfme: bridge parties: Burns' class, crew am+pmg 3235 appli- ancesg BIG'S movies, Anne Thanx to M Phelan Pr Skiken "By nature all men are alike but by education become different" MICHAEL PAUL SINESI Snitzel 557 Chestnut St. Waban Warren Palmer College "Don't expect things to go well, be- cause when they don't you won't be disappointed, but when they do you'll be surprised" Thank you ev- eryone for an interesting three years. And remember - ze Frensh re Gour- mets, di it alianos ra lovers, and Brit.- ish are proper - but pride's ours. Guys on football, and all others - tburntb Hardy Boys! Newtonian 3 THOMAS WINSLOW SKINNER Tom 256 Park St. Bigelow, Bacon, Bowdoin 'At'llcostyel1.'- B. Cram T 8: C's at the MHC, and at 10 Downing St. with the PM and a 'friendf t'You try the ice!" - Whetstone with two pros. Tanglewood, the Farm: Force - 12 ICJ, BS, PSI: Blimeyl It's a ruddy limeyl Walden and UMass. My next book: How to do the Charleston. WILLIAM EDWARD SLOTNICTK 47 Oakvale, Waban Warren Bacon College 47 Oakvale, Waban "Ward l'm worried about the bea- ver" Remembers: Namrog, Negeek Boog, The Rabbit The Moose, Doughnuts, Being on the roof, The window, The black Plymouth, Syr- rab, Iled "Let Loose", Lynn's class. Heckleg Outdoor Track 2,3 Indoor Track 3 v MICHAEL T. SMITH Smitty 40 wedgewood Rd. Day Bacon College Carriil good times down the Cape Manchester buns the Adams House gang The summer of 75 never mind good times down the park with the kids Midnite 12 oz curls its my ket- chup NNHS Parking Lot taking care of Brockton with DD DP OT LM RS RN JM MA MJ Baseball 123 OLGA M. SOLOMITA 83 Church Street -, 'L .gl gf. i :Q -5. W, , I J- ROBERT ALAN SMITH Smitty 48 Algonquin Rd Weeks Adams College "Flashin with Otto" do you sell bird- seed? remember "It" "selling pret- zels at EXPO, dinner at the Red Coach." "The roots of education are bitter but its fruits are sweet" anon- ymous President Adams House council 23 Force 12 123 Senior Class Committee 3 ELLEN M. SOSTEK 28 Turner Terrace ALLEN CHARLES SPEARE Chuck 78 Dalton Rd, Newton Ctre. Weeks Bacon College 3 years of Bacon Door 2 years of Cap's english. ALISON J. SPELKE 54 Temple Street West Newton Warren Beals College "What we ,learn to do, we learn by doing" -Aristotle 4+skiing at SM, boogie to yellow dirt, VT"75", 7f9f75 and 9f23f75 many thanks to all for interesting 3 years ESP - RL, EA, EP, NB, DS, LB, JS and most of all - Richie, Newtonite 23, Newtonian 3, Gymnastics 2 Post 507 23 SR Class Comm. 3 CHARLES J. SPRISSLER 12 Gordon Terrace DAVID L. SMYLY 501 Lowell Ave. Newtonville Day Adams College Great times WXLR, Rockport, par- ties, Weston. Good things about each other together now and in future. Lisa - 6-18-75 and on. Cape Cod on boat, hunting, fishing, tennis. LB,DP,RS,SS. Remembers: SANDD RHONDA F. SPARR 38 Longfellow Rd, NLF. Warren Beals College "Very little is needed to make a hap- py life. It is all within yourself, in your way of thinking." "Youth is happy because it has the ability to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old" Mrs. K, RA, NAGA in! Thanx Maeve, Elaine, Big "T" Cheerlead- if l ing 23 Volleyball 2 1 WILLIAM ST MARTIN 6 Bowers Street ADAM LOUIS STANDER 12 Orchard Ave. Bigelow, Bacon, undecided Work Study! Bacon House council 2 Track 2. Newtonite2 concert Choir 23 Newtonian3. 50's dance. Quebec, Choir exchange. plainview. The Greek Crowd Transition. All my love, BR AND SW, If you catch a butter fly, Its yours, If not, It was never yours to begin with. FRANKLIN G. STEARNS 1564 Commonwealth Ave. Warren, Riley, College This place is history. Newtonite 1,2,31 SFA 2g Tennis. ROBERT ANDREW STERN 37 Charltte Rd. Weeks, Riley, College Thanx for the love ER FA AF RT 75, SS JF JR JU SK NG 76 cc 123 Smith Family 23 B + S2 Vobnijtm b23 Ten- nis 12 Musicals: Adolf- 1 Dufresne - 2 Emile - 3 CB - 2 Newtoni- tefNewtonian ,.... Photo Editor 23 So I bit him. Y 9 I . ff 5 . fl' ' Tr , ,H . if -3.-,, az - 'K . ., . I' -x Y'? L 'T 4" ill MARTIN KEVIN STANTON 44 Rossmere St F. A. Day, Barry, U.S. Air Force Remember all the postman and the post. Good times with Leo, CG, PP, SS, Gig Pam, CG, GT, My love to Diane Forever. Summer 75 Best time of my life with DMS Life isn 't worth living ifyou don't love every day. Air Force here we come Forever with DMS Stage crew - 3 Electronics - 123 'U KAREN M. STEARNS 110A Derby Street JOHN J. STEWART 66 Carol Road ELLEN M. STEARNS Crazy 110 Derby st. Day, Barry Friends I'll never forget DB, DB, SF, KH, JW, SP, LF, KS, MS, HR, with PF. all parties wfDB, Donna remem- ber 5 am, walking up the back stairs, Gloria - the Big joke, all my Love to Ken, Fessy Hill, I did it, cry wolfe, clubbing, you are crazy, Hang in there Karen, Karen keep faith BRIAN F. STEFANIAK 54 Adella Ave. SANDI J STEWART 34 Day St Warren, Palmer, College Work fascinates me, I could sit there and look at it for hours - ? The Scenery I'll Take two - have them delivered You've got all the right cards - just learn how to play them. I wish I had some colored chalk. Crew 2 - Stage Left. DAVID STEPHEN 240 Derby Street RITA MARIE STISTI 47 Anthoney Rd., Newtonville F.A.DAY, Palmer, College You don't know what love is until you lose it Good Luck to, GF, AD, Sal, PG, LC, DC, PT, AC, TP, SF, JA, KD, DF. Permette Signora, Luv to BV, + JDL. Lots of luck to Lilia + Rudi, EP, RC. Summer of 75. Pe- ter Pub. and the eyes were upon You, Love Fuzzy and Big John. X KKK? SHARI B. STOKAR DAVID E. STONE MICHAEL J. STRIAR JOHN STUCKWELL 41 Wessex Road 1428 Commonwealth Ave. 41 Montvale Road 67 Chl-lfCh Street MARIA KRIS TALEAS 86 Fairway Dr. Day, Riley Outside Riley for Three years with all the kids. Remembering the crash- ing times at Macs with CP, CK, and the 64 Merc. Canada with JP, JS,MS, KS, PD. Carol's first job, Working Mr. H. Mr. W. attendance football JMC. Hummarock, Mo- hawk, and all the rest. The future, me, Jimmy his van, and my Buick. STEVE M. TEDESCO 100 Bemis St. Day, Riley, Construction Carr 1, Friday, Saturday nites. Sum- mer of '75 down the Cape. Drinking all nite with Go Non. Good times Good times in Chevelle. Party in wagon, crusing with nips, Jackie al- ways drunk. Adams House boys good times up the college with SM, RN, RS, SM, LM, TG, PL, GC, Look at ghat sucker mint. Never mind, Tink JANINE A. TETRAULT 44 Green Street Nh LISA ANN STURNIOLO 37 Smith Ave. Warren, Riley, SecretaryfBusiness What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. They are but tri- fles, to be sure, but scattered along life's pathway, the good they do is inconceiveable. Scarecrow, soph. mornings, commons room, SD, CD, KP, nights out and cabs. CB's birth- day party, Feb. 14, Riley House Council3, Yearbook. 3. BERNARD TAN 51A Hefferan Street CLARKE JEFFERSON TEIXEIRA Tex 92 Webster Park Warren, Barry, College HAVE FAITH IN GOOD PEOPLE AND IF NOT IN THEM, HAVE FAITH IN ALL PEOPLE YRBK3, TP3, BHC3, Soccer12, Gymnas- tics123, Music123, Gigi, Celebration, South Pacific, Good Luck to DS,SS,CW, NR,RS,FS, MR,LC,MR, MM,BW,CG, LG,JR,JG, JF,JK,BM, PP,LF,SR, SH,LH,RB, JR,MO,BS, DS,CM,TB, SW,EF,VB, AG,CG,LB, JL,DS,TS ANN ELIZABETH THOMAS 4 Walnut Terrace Bigelow, Riley, College Remember: BSU After School With Everyone 75. Never Forget Track or Famous Name JB. Events: Riley House office the Council. Never For- get RC or DM or RF Always Being MAD at me. KAREN P. SUDBEY Bigelow, Barry College and thanks to: KSVLS KKMYV BPTSC JADDA GGLGL WMBCC PDDKCLMF Everything has a moral if only you can find it. No friends! It's attached. Thank you everyone, it was great. Field Hockey 123, Basketball 123, Softball 123, Or- chestra 123. Love HENRY TAILLACQ Hank Hillside Ave. Warren, Beals I grasped life by the throat and found it was warm, alive, and good. Remember Dennis, Sack, George, Chris, Donna, The Hut, New Eng- land, Hite, Pozzi, Battize, Bob, Cap, Electrica that gave me a real buzz. Newton North was a mint vacation . . . Now it's time to go to work. Oh, and I cannot forget Diane, Mac. LAURA A. TARPY 354 Wolcott Street JAMES J. TENNANT Jim 189 Mount Vernon St. Warren, Palmer Cindie I wish it could of been glad to be out of this place never forget CS from Fram also LB LL BS BS DB VH CL, All I can say is see you later school. 1 . PAUL DAVID TAYLOR 172 Linwood Ave.' Day, Bacon, College A tash worth doing and friends worth having make life worth living. Great times with DC,PG,TP, MR, DM, TL, LD,AA,CA,LC, SM,RS,NN,JW, Hanging out at the North End. The Trube, Ho-Jo's, At the Barry lockers, Summers down the boat, Kowloon with DC 9175 Swimming 1, Italian Club 3. DAVID ISAAC TEPLO Teps 20 Watertown Rd. Bigelow, Riley, College EVA! Three priceless years. High- lighted By: weekend trips to U.Mass., summer excursions to Wes- ton, Sal in sandtrap 16 and home- room with Wally Red light. The only thing better than soccer, Stevie and saute action, is a close friend. Soccer 123 Math Tutor 123 CAROLE THOMAS 176 Oakleigh Road JANETTE THOMAS 176 Oakleigh Rd. Bigelow, Adams, Nurse Gymnastics 1 Cheerleading 23 Vol- leyball 2 Adams Council 1 Key Club 2 Italian Club 3 Senior Class Comm. Remember: Adams Common Foot- ball favors Lick-a-Licks DD,JD,GS, CB,MC,CK AC,JK,PG, DL,CC,MZ, JP Beachboys Concerts 74-75 Mo- torcade 75 Nora? Great Times in Homeroom. Y HEATHER K. THOMPSON GEORGE M. THORNE WILLIAM THREADGOLD 240 Mt. Vernon St. 18 Aberdeen St. 69 Madison Ave. I Nl' MICHAEL ANTHONY TOCCI 18 Bullowgh Park Day, Riley, College hockey 123 baseball 123 soccer 2 good luck to all my teachers, coaches and friends highlights: 500 season in hockey soph. yr, jv soccer jr. yr base- bell- under the lights in waltham jr YT ELIZABETH MAY TOPAZ Liz 34 Maryellen Rd. Weeks, Adams, College once 1 wrote a song almast. sixteen lines that walked up from my belly to my head. as stook waiting for the light to change and making up a melody a yellow bus passed by slow- ly. looking up 1 lost the lines thought i'd learned . , . january 16 zebras psychology club HELEN TOMARAS 33 Pearl St. FILOMENA A TRAMONTOZZI 68 Green St. ZOLTAN M. TOMORY 83 Eldredge St. JAMES RAYMOND TREGGIARI Rigormortis 3 Waverly Ave. Newton Catholic, Palmer, Policeman To all the kids down the y, it was good while it lasted. Pam, P.M. Grease lives for ever. Riding in the cab. Fr ee concerts over the P. A. S ee ya round. H'-"4 - 4.4 5' , i qv. i fl , L' ' " . U .1 , I .il HOLLIE ELIXABETH TURNER 60 Wyoming Rd. Day, Adams, College I'll Always remember those awful boring Homeroom periods, always remember Mrs Handspickers class I'll never forget Mr. Harper ei- ther. Good luck to KB, CR, CB, TC. AR, CR, EW, JE, CB and SE lat but not least KW in shorthandg love is a desire only to be desired""" ELIZABETH LAURA ULLRICK 50 Wedgewood Road Day, Bacon, College We know that in everything god words for good with those who love him, who are called according to his purpose. Romans 8,28 1 R.S.V. J JANET LEE ULMAN 30 Loelue Rd., Waban Weeks, Bacon, College l 7 gf ik ANTONIO TONTI 111 Webster Pk. BRUCE S. TRUMBULL 19 Chase Ave. MAURA ANN UNDERHILL Warren, Riley, Not Much Stage Crew 1,233 French Club 1,2 ln- ternat'l Club 1 Special Thanks To Mrs. c, Mr. R., Mr. P, Stan. Rgily 10- 20-74 Lam, Mouse, Crowe. Eric, Russ RT, Pj, Lt, Sis, PY, ET, LBJ. Fs, JS, HH, GC, KG, SJ, Shari, Tony, Rig, PM, Barts you meathead! Hey Tony, He's a nerd! The Hand- kerchiefsl Beals Stairs, Austins. O. RAYMOUND D. VALENTE Ray 40 Brooks Ave. Day, Palmer, College Marchy give him one and he'll do anything. All the excellent times with the Galt. Jock and Jill. Football 123, Hockey 123, Baseball 13, Italian Club 3. WILLIAM N. VANSTIGE JR. WILLIAM A. VACHON 39 School St. gi V p E.. MAEVE CHATHERINE VALLELY Mavis 128 Chestnut St. Warren, Palmer, undecided lt's the laughter we will remember. GRIMACE, New years Eve wf Smendrick Thanx Rhonda, EF, AS, KS, TN, SW - milk shakes, LD, KK - insanea Hall DM - can you hear me? RAIN! AGAIN? My idol - The Big T Pwease to meet you - David - Volleyball 2, Cheerleader 23. MARK WILLIAM VASSALOTTI VASS 83 Aspen Ave. Warren, Palmer, College Silence often says more than trying to say what's been said before. Di- lema 75. Gloucester 75. Berk, Joey, WC, Jess, DL, AM is Wilo, My true boys, MK Sz BC. My shrink Sr Chum LM. Laugh 8: DT, Howl, DHF, DU Semi's 74. Best times with KO'D. Soccer 123, co-captain Basketball PAUL T. VALAES 12 Dexter Rd. L 1 ELIZABETH VAN BUSKIRK Lisa 260 Chestnut St. Higglety Higglety POP! Or . . . There must be more to life. I wonder if they'll ever grow up??? PAM, TAM, MAM, AND LAM FOREVER Stevie Wonder, Bonnie Raitt, and Mon Amour David. CLAIRE M. VENTURE GIOVANNI VALENTE 183A Adams St. MAURA VANESIAN 12 Frederick St. Day, Riley, College Memories in time grow hazy but my memories of NNHS and my friends will always be clear to me. Always remember SJLMLFBARBMM- PRABMFPF NNHS PLI Honestly Amy Laconia Mona best year 747576 I learned the truth at seventeen! Don't forget Fr. nights old Cape Cod. CUTE BUT DIFFERANT Thanx JOSEPH S. VENUTO 34 Park St. 123, Golf 123. 88 Auburn St. 125 Pine St. I . FRANCIS ALBERT VONA Vern 15 Dale St. G d T Day, Bacon, Work oo imes at N.J.C. Trip to Mon- JIMDVIZAKIS treal. Summer's at Green Harbor 226 Lmwood AVC- The Good Old Days. Good Times JOHN J, VEREKER Day, Beals BRIAN A. VOLPE with BM, BT, KM, BT, MT, ML 10 Day St, Football 123, Baseball 123. 229 Chapel St- DP, FM. Indoor track 2,3- STEVEN THOMAS WALSH 137 Edinboro St. Day, Bacon, Firefighter Playing pool at Beths pool Hall. The Park. Remember M.E You don't have the body. Crazy Freddy in the LT one. Hang on roride. Hey come on overand fix my car. You some kind of wise guy. Good times with TOOT TOOT right big Al. The things pebs don't know. G1 TaMB FOUR beers Robin Boctor 'ru GLENN T. WARRINER HR 2217 Beals The Roas goes ever on and on . .. Imagine all the people sharing all the world . . . let's sneak on Aretha Live . , . Talking philosophicaly about nonsence . . . Irk . . . I've seen Mor- dor and I know Janis . . . Volunteers of America. STEVEN M. WEENER 19 Bradford Rd. 'Q ,s" wi' v 1 J I A LOUIS W. WHITE JR. 124 Homestead St. A i AMY B. WALTCH 137 Monadnock Rd. SARAH B. WARREN 8 Briar Lane SHEILA MARIE WASSON 14 Kirkstall Rd. Day, Bacon, Business To all My friends new and old Love- !Luck my best: LB JC PD SD RC SDA EE MV JRSXBA 8: KM What can I say DM Sz KW remeber when Hampton NY guys MHPL Cape cru- zin Maine Snap Club delivering FD JR Year Band Milkshades PM Cheerleading 2 3Co-capt. Senior Class 3 Rally 123 Thanks to M 8: D ALAN ROBER WEINER 45 Oakwood Road Warren, Riley, College YHTGHTGA. Jim I really like your car. LB's party a nightto remember. Beach Boys. the Fonz July 9, 1975. Summer of 75 at the B.B.C.C. May all the good times with MT, JM, BT, GS, DB, KS, AS, KL, AG, MC, LB, TW, EF, DE LIVE forever. Track 3 special thanks to all the people who made it great. CLAIRE MAIRE WHORISKEY 17 Willard St. 02158 Bigelow, Barry Sweets for ever! F. Faces!!! Jeremy 12-14-75 Hey gorgeous, Hey Neil baby! Don't walk behind me I may not follou' D0n't walk behind me I may not lead just walk beside me and be my friend. Love to: SS, JK, CG, NG, JF, CT, DS, LS, LG, BS, BW, DB, JK, SS, AGAIN! CC 1,2,3 TP 3 sisters 23 musicals 123 LAURA A WATERS Lori 34 Channing St. Cambridge Back in Camb. It was rough but not half as rough as my Senior year. But I had lots of fun. Now that we are out of school it will be up to us to make the world go round: Kit CB KB SB MD DC LW DB. Bruce color my world. We have come a long way. And we'll go a long way together 2- 15- 75 AMY KAREN WEXLER 53 Oxford Rd. Weeks, Murray Rd. Who ever knows for sure Memories are all I need love, friends, good friday, the Road, Camp Sargent, Franks Parties, MM, MD, MS, IM, DB, FD, South and MM, SB, GS, SB. Barry - the Memories we share will always be special. Good lick, you desere the best. I'll love you always. JOAN M. WIGMORE 1 Mt Ida Ter. MICHEAL J. WEBB Bossman 61 Gardner St. Bigelow, Beals, Millionare good - times - bad - times down thThe Corner Stairway 11 durins Homeroom going to N.Y. with the Hockey team Hansins around the spoon and the GAte way Best Luck to all the kids down the cone - good times Carmens Band KATHLEEN MARY WHELAN 11 Central Avenue St. Mary's Brookline, Adam, Work with Children Meeting new friends missing the old ones. Library stairs Baby Face. My black eye Slugger. Thank you Paul M. Good Times with S.W. E-Block Study. Working in the nursery school, Maine with B.A., K.M., AND S.W. my calendar. I love Kenny. Photographs and Memories. L 'I CHRISTINE E. WILLE 39 Colbert Rd. JOHN K. WILLIAMS JOHN 405 Cherry St. Warren Jr. High, Palmer, College Co-Pres. of Palmer House Locker Club. Remembers: Palmer House Gang, SP, KH, RJ, CR, ALI, ES, KS, DB, JE, JS, Pen Game, Basketball 133 Soccer 12, Long Summers with REBECCA DRU WILSON Q.B: 142 Aspen Ave. Warren, Riley, College Band 123 Orchestra 123 Girls Out- door Track 123 Crosscountry 23 Swim Team 1 Riley House Council 123 Year Book 3 Senior Class 3 Ger- man Club 123 Marching Band 123 Election and Appointment Comm. When life gives you a lemon - make lemonade Remember: Dovers eyes and Bridget JONATHAN LEE WISH 159 Bellevue Street Bigelow, Bacon, College To all the people I care about, Later. As I slide down the banister of life I shall always remember the splinter in my rear. NNHS. My special ad- vice to Benn Merritt, watch out for the girls in red bathing suits. Thanks for everything. Swimming 1,2, capt. 3 Tennis 2,3 Soccer 3 DAVID L- WOLF CURTIS M. WOLFSON JANET S. WOLFSON 360 C0IIlII10I'lW6a1l3h AVG- 15 Varick Rd. 40 Converse Ave. BLAIR CRAIG WONG Boom-Boom 15 Larkin Road Warren, Beals, College "That you are here, That life exists in identity, That the powerful play goes on, And that you may contri- bute a verse: -w. Withman Good times w everyone Dick B.P. 74 was a joke Basketball 1,2,3, Baseball 2,3? ELLEN PEARL WOODWARD HarveyfBillie 31 Curve Street Warren, Barry, College "Beauty is the sun of what you are and what you 'Re into. Remembers: Summer" 75 - Bru, RP the Pr, Ebo NY princess and "I NEED' a party!" My Love to DK, MR, AR, Gerty, JE and CE LE - Bation. Barry House council 3 yearbook 3 volleyball 1,2 newtonite 2 basketball CGSLBJ 2 BSU 12 CHRISTOPHER T. WOOLLEY 132 Church St. Colorado Academ, Beals BARBARA JOAN WOMBOLDT Barb 13 Churchill Street Day, Adams, Nursing Always remember 3f18!74 All my love to Bruce - Library - Stairs Riley house lockers - Thanks to Sue K., BN, SW, KK, MV, RS, ST, JP, WS, JE, LB, MM, BM AND ALL THE REST. lst game, cheerleading - try-outs Baby Face 8: Shwanee - Kathy wake up hi ma-Garo-good-bye - Sunshine almost always makes me high C.L. 1,2 Well the games people Play TF, JD. ROBERT W. WORSWICK PE, Dick, Arch, etc. . . . MAUREEN YERARDI 52 Henshaw Street Warren, Barry Good times with BC, SKC. Aug. 10 71. All my Love to Butch. Good Luck to butch and Sal. ROBERT DANA YOFFE Bob 42 Crehore Dr. Warren, Riley, College Skiing Tennis Football Riley House Council 2,3 Senior Class Council The Care Ski Trips DL, RL, RS, JS, AS, AS, MC, DM, The men MBINC. DBARSM Mr. Guilds Mr. Montague SS DT Campaigning the Siltons . . . Partys JB JC DL NK NOBSTOCK BBC Concert law post HM. 1561 STEVE C. YORK 373 Linwood Ave. Day, Bacon, Truck Driver PH you Hippie Al remember Georgia Steve Belmont what a night You love it Fall River not remember the Wall She's Asleep JM, AG, JB, JK, JD, FM, RR, A, RS, PD, CG, MD, Best wishes to Steve Robin B Beth toot toot Puny Becker 301 Lexington St. Ji' :- 'U X . ...x V. .. 1. PATRICIA ELLEN YOUNG Patty 80 Fliot Ave. Day, Bacon, Business Love to Harry 8f25f74 and the good times with BH AL GH HH "MOUSE" "HEEDA" 'PJ" LT YM ET KH LR MU CQ MF DG RD EJ CT AR CC TS JM AS DP Heaa Love to AL8zRC remember: "the Duck Fond" Austins, Beals St. "A McGeri- gle is is not a Nerd" "Beware of the Diaper Bag", "Wror"g Bye to Room 4453 Il' 'Q A ' nib l Becky so High street Whatever" 880 Chesnut Street Warren, Adams, Writer My love to Mr. Merritt, Kit Ober. Sz Ms. Kent-Uritam. Thanks Mrs. Saunders for a grand homeroom. PE is a boy' Swim Team 2.3. Adams House Council 2,3. JT,SK,MB.AB. EPolly. Pres., Marry Me, The nice thing about being kicked form be- hind is at least youre in front of someone. Love to NL. Ag PATRICIA E. ZINN Patty 10 Shirley St. Warren, Beals, College How tall we are. We've learned so much. Everything, its seem, but how to stay in touch. Remember: summer at HBW Wfat J Sz freinds. Times in PR, Ber., MJ,NH, The Country, The Pinto. Drive-ins, Gas, The Road. The Pond HJ WXMS M Party at M8zK's 8: UP's Thanks Bif, Lam Sz other freinds for being freinds. I 53 Jackson Rd, Bigelow, Palmer, College Good times past good times to come. Betsy, want to go home? Party time SChl1tZ,H smiles football is OK NPWA HSIH Watever are you talk- ing about? Remember PC, JB, DB LR, DW, Bo, JM, sc, EC, DM, MC' JF, TM All my love to Ned. It's 6:00l Thanks to all. PHC 2 SCC 3 YBS 3 Track 2 Soccer 23 MARY BROWNING 152 Charles Bank Road JOHN F. DONAHUE 40 Russell Road CHERYL A. FUCCI LOIS MAC LARE THERESA MARTIN EDWARD J. MURPHY 9 Cook Street 88 North Street 10 Doris Circle 44 Henshaw Street MIKE OWLER 103 Webster Park 'X 4 w xv J' ? w i X K N ADVERTISE E TS .. 4- u, ' be ISIFI 'bx-E Sf, v-, fl' -11 fry? K+ X I iggk 51 13: f N1 hh: 05. 1 km -1-an ,W .4 K SX ld ..':r-'HM-' . , -fa 'Mix-unc ill' X X x X v r' 'AN A ' X, V F A , "' ,. . N B V VE r f-x ' if Oxjx Q N 'Ei it E 5 W f' Q , 'i f - -Q a. 112- g ia- pa' x V .Q , 1 A 'J ,Sli W Q l.. 'll I ' A 1 ,ff I - K -' N" " : ,W-'M ., 2, . 4 , , .. .Z . I A ' - f 2 .im vf E th '+1., Y A A x , Q '- ' 1 " . , x Et- Ig. 4 I Ex I K . ' I - :Z 1' ' if ' I . - V Y K . , F L ' if Bv 1 p - . lt' 1 H ...'1A',,4 ' N - 5 :Ai ,-rl-,,:w 4 Q F1 I Es I X ' V , -. ,K gb - K -.,' A . , 1 5 , 6 , ' . ' 1 f " 2 ' --4' 54 , -4, ,.. - .AA . x :X k , 'Q I , N V 1 Adams House Council . . Bean .,..........,.... Beacon St. Sunoco .,.. Cabots ...,......A., C Sz O Gulf .,......., Centre Meat Market . . . Creative Designers ..., Crowley's Office Supplies . Deli-Tizer ..... ..,.i, . . Eastman's Flower Shop Educational Reading Service Everett M. Brooks Co .i.. 508 ...,..,...,....... .... Focal Point Opticians , . French Club .....,..,. Garb Drug ...i..... Garden City Oil ....,. The Goal ......,..i.... Golden Star Restaurant . . Halewood's Pharmacy . . . . Hanlon's Mens Shoes, Inc Ad Index 251 241 v 251 242 241 241 241 238 238 241 242 241 250 251 251 241 239 242 241 241 241 Highland Hardware Co. of Newton . . . . . . 241 Insurance Co ........,..,....... . . . 250 J 8: S Mobile Service Centre .... ..... 2 51 John T. Burns Sz Sons, Inc . . . . . . 242 Judith Carole Curio .....,.. . . . 251 Ken Kaye Krafts ................... . . . 250 Le Baron Hardware ..................... . . . 239 Leisure Sports Investment Corporation . . . . . . 244 Liggett-Rexall Drugs .................. . . . 242 Mandell's ............. . . . 238 Marriott Hotels, Inc ........ . . . 238 McDonald's ................. . . . 244 National Hardgoods Distg Inc . . . . . 241 Newton Buick Co ......,..... . . . 239 Newton Centre Music Shop . . . . . . 239 Newton's Inc .............. . . . 242 Nonantum Lumber Co., Inc . . . . . . 244 O'Brien Sz Johnson, Inc .... . . . 243 Oscar Mayer ...,........ . . . 251 The Paper Tree ...ii.. . . . 241 Provizer's Delicatessen . . . . . . 241 Rino Coiffures ......... . . . 239 Rogan's ................. . . . 238 Senior Class Committee ............... . . . 237 Silver Lake Electronics ......,.......... . . . 250 U.S. Army District Recruiting Command . . . . . 251 Yem Mee Restaurant ...........,....... . . . 239 Patrons silver the krutt family HOWARD AND RUTH BADEN jack and rose baden MR. AND MRS. LORETO CEDRONE g. ainley dennis and donovan travel, iin. EDWARD F. BEATTY annette carpenter mr. and mrs. lee spelke, THE SIMONS FAMILY joanne ekizian "thurston", "lovie" and little Gil DOROTHY A. JEANLOZ library staff dennis+donovan travel, inc. MR. AND MRS. SAUL STERN mr. and mrs. christopher jones jack and rose baden MR. AND MRS. PAUL SINESI barry house council mr. and mrs. a. dourglas carmichael MR. AND MRS. STUART RIST kak and lab mr. and mrs. robert e. stewart ERIC AND NATALIE SOLLEE mr. and mrs. r. seaman mrs. beatrice proctor ARTHUR T. GREGORIAN richard h. lee mrs. and mrs. james kingsbury SWARTZ HARDWARE betsey Stone mr. and mrs. wm. lanciloti DR. AND MRS. J. F. DONALDSON mr. gradone the Odd Squad MR. AND MRS. LEWIS DESOUZA ray Stephens friends BEALS HOUSE CONCIL helen leone mr. and mrs. ed fraktman richard m. adams mr. and mrs. richard killion auburndale flower shop and mrs. david blau dr. mr. and mrs. douglas c. smith mr. paul sullivan mr. and mrs. albert sakakini mr. and mrs. i.b. goren richard scherr mary machakos merritt and ruth saldinger mr. and mrs. charles texeira sDecial assistants of the scienc the sakakini family the mcdade family B.I.G. mr. and mrs. lin adams mr. and mrs. james pollock dr. and mrs. thomas e. cavanaugh jr. robert and sara danziger dr. and mrs. robert berk Gold Patrons JAY AND SILVA SKINNER JOHN LIVINGSTON THE ROSEN FAMILY ROBERT AND GAIL STEIN HELEN RYAN MR. AND MRS. GOLDENBERG ROCCO AND CELESTE MR. AND MRS. NORMAN ESTON 9 dept- MR. AND MRS. 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BEAN - Multiply By 37 - Love, PROVIZERS DELICATESSEN 549 Commonwealth Ave Newton Centre 527 9511 Newton s Oldest Quality Delicatessen HANLON S DIEN S SHOES INC ,ff A4 lo asf: 484 M 02154 GARB DRUG The Modern Apothecary Complete Cooperation With The Physician EASTMANS FLOWER SHOP Flowers 84 Plants for all occasions Quality 84 Service since 1934 W I S M 0 THE PAPER TREE C pl tel e f pe so al ed stat n y tat ons party goods eet g al g fts The mall t Echo b dge nea M lls Falls Re t a t 381 Ell t St Newt Uppe Falls 964 9282 HIGHLAND HARDWARE CO. OF NEWTON E h ne 527-0808 I d Compliments Of GOLDEN STAR RESTAURANT HALEWOODS PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 1284 Washington St West Newton Mass 02165 EVERETT M BROOKS CO over 50 years servicing the community CREATIVE DESIGNERS Jewelry 8: gifts newest fashions in costume Jewelry Many C Sz O GULF General repairs Sz snow plowm Telephone Numbers 527 9400 or 527 3877 TELEPHONE - 9 9 66 ' ' ' ' 77 9 n lldlfapp as wecu, an n'4 ou" , MANNY ARRUDA oonr Srnmn' MANAGER WALTHAM, MA , 9 ' different imported gifts. 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New England Telephone An equal opportunity eniployer THE AUBURNDALE SPORTS SHGP Pr0fess1onalSkate Sharpenmg FOR ALL SPORTING NEEDS 4l9LEXINGTON STREET 965 3356 AUBURNDALE Compliments Cf The News Tribune O O GARDIAN BUSINESS SERVICE INC Best Wnshes 1505 Commonwealth Ave VAU-E5 STEAK HOUSE Brighton Mass 02135 300 Boylston St lRt9J Friend of Linda Bauld Compliments Of STAR MARKET 2040 Commonwealth AVe Auburndale Newton 969 9160 Ulze 5 x s1..,,,,9 C Formal Wear Speczalzsts COMPLETE LINE CIF Men: gozmal 'wean RENTAL ND SALES THOMASRM CULLOUGH 230 CALIFORNIA STREET RESIDENCE PHONE NEWTON MASSACHUSETTS 894-3702 TELEPHONE 527 0469 . u ll. 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ANDERSON JEWELER N IC li Jewelry and Diamonds Wedding and Graduation Gifts 329 Auburn St. Auburnd I Good Luck From NEWTONVILLE SUNOCO 895 Washington St Good Luck To Class of 1976 AUBURN CLEANERS 1343 Auburn St 02166 WABAN HILL ASSOCIATES 554 Commonwealth Ave Newton Centre Congratulations Class of 76 AUBURNDALE GULF Commonwealth Ave. Auburndale, Mass. 02166 Yi it 4 J ' .V K, IL! ' fBii:yclesj 67 Union St , Newton Center, Mass. 0 , . 0pm Duly ii .4 w I me sua., 1 M I. iz .A Tafphan. 4' Y Your umm in . W ron FAST smilies T 1 Q , . L BLKPKL UN PIALLIU. SEIIYIIIYI . l SALES - SERVICE - PARTS ON ALL MAKE MACHINE 5 n U 5 4 I VI A Z 5 l.'l'ii'E4'3.i""'T"If."-3l21'J 14 um-vm-.,.,.a,... .. .W o '- '11 ini 4 . 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