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

 - Class of 1982

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W R l M 1 N J' is If ffi,1fe?:'a'1 1 rf Uv 1. , Mwffffc elllllpiw gif ,ii MW 1 V :L I fbi Ili 1 - ': 1: . 1:46 V YE ' .A "QQ" x 'N 25 , W '.'f '?! ' 5: l ix ll N xnxx E .il H W5 V . 1 ,-!f x 5 . - SSS I I I N " I Xxxxvx L 3 ' -fm? , Q 5 'Q A If f Q X' ' X x .7 ,fx Richard Mechem became principal of Newton North High School in 1960. Mr. Mechem was born in Evanston, lllinois. He attended Harvard College and graduated with honors. He then went on to get his Masters Degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Before coming to Newton North High School, Mr. Mechem taught at St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire, and was principal of Walnut Hills High School in Ohio. Nlr. Mechem has seen a dramatic change in education as well as society dur- ing his tenure at Newton North. During his twenty-two years as principal of Newton North, the combining of the technical voca- tional program with Newton North has been one of the most beneficial and rewarding events in Mr. Mechem's career. Though Newton North is large, Mr. Mechem thinks that "these are substantial gains to the students because of its size." The large size enables students to interact with other students from all backgrounds. The house plan was devised to personalize Newton North by allowing each student to belong to a smaller community within Newton North. Mr. Mechem says that the quality of both the students and faculty at Newton North has made his job pleasurable. -'CV 0-Qs Richard W. Mechem v "Ft" sf t kf Atwood P. Dunham Administrative Assistant Atwood P. Dunham, North's Assistant Principal, is directly in charge of the day-to-day running of the school. His responsibilities include grade-reporting, scheduling, overseeing extra-curricular activities, and graduation. Mr. Dunham began his career in education as a mathematics teacher but became in- terested in administration while Chairman of the Newton High School Faculty Senate. For the past twelve years, he has been the Administrative Assis- tant to the Principal. "By teaching one class, super- vising the scheduling of students, and serving on a variety of committees, I remain in contact with young people and am still able to have a voice in policy-making." Aaron Fink has been Newton's Superintendent of Schools for the past twelve years. A graduate of Rutgers and Harvard Universities, he spent sixteen years as a high school principal in Massachusetts and in New York before becoming Superintendent in Newton. ln addition, Mr. Fink has been a Director of Education Collaborative for Greater Boston CEdCoJ since 1969. Dan Malia, a former Riley Housemaster, is in charge of both Newton's City Wide and Newton North's Technical Vocational programs. He attend- ed Gorham State College, University of Connec- ticut, Harvard, and Boston University. Mr. Malia's job also includes him in the Work-Study, Home Economics, and Business Programs throughout the Newton School System. Aaron Fink School Superintendant 259 is -,ww -'ls ...A Dan Malia Director of Technical Vocational Program Cora E. Riley served from 1930 to 1948 as North's first Director of Guidance. Students and colleagues respected her greatly, and she cared deeply for them. George P. Guild is the housemaster for the purple house. .arjg 'U'- tx- vc:-:zihr K' i l . l G-at Richard M. Adams Housemaster, Palmer House 'x Adams House was named for Enoch Case Adams. He was the principal of Newton North from 1879 to 1921. During his 25 years as principal, Adams was deeply involved with interscholastic athletics and school activities. Norman Gaudet, Adams Housemaster, says that this year's Adams House council stimulated school spirit at NNHS and raised money for the Adams House scholarship fund. l5'l ? 5 l 1 4 l 1 , . George P. Guild, Jr. Housemaster, Riley House Palmer was named after Irving O. Palmer, the first principal of the Technical High School which was constructed in 1910. Palmer initiated the policy of personal guidance for each student. Five years after the classical and technical programs combined in 1923, he became principal of the combined school. Adam's Housemaster, Richard Adams, calls Palmer "a very special place with very special people." Norman A. Gaudet Housemaster, Adams House --dub' Wm? Meredith Z. Ghattas Housemaster, Beals House Barry House was named after Dr. Lee T. Barry who became the principal of Newton North High School in 1953. Barry also sponsored the Newton High School PTSA and coordinated a citizens' secondary school study program. These programs strengthened the bond between the school and the Newton community. Barry had the respect and affection of his colleagues and students. Gail Stein, housemaster of Barry House, says that the Edco program for the hearing impaired and the Barry House Council make Barry House a very special place. .f , gs s .wa 4.3-5'-Qi ,frm John N. Beals was the principal of Newton's first high school, which opened in 1859. Although the high school had a small staff and faculty at that time, Beals met the challenge of providing college and non-college programs for the students enrolled. Meredith Z. Ghattas is the present housemaster of Beals House, the light green house. J XV X-if i if Gail Stein Housemaster, Barry House Counselors fi fi? OO". 931W Larry Allen Roberta Black Sarah Danziger Robert S. Delullo gm--0, QSM-4. '51 -vw ff 8, X f -, 4 ,ix sr , RSX ,. 1 " S x 2 1- I Sam Grainger Bob Jackson Beverly Logan -. 'fws Q.,- .qtx ' 'fax- '- x 1:-T ,v -1- 'K - Jr H. 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Sheila Zolli George Bresnahan John Fernandes Lynn Rossman Home Economics ' if L AHF . -1 Q5 I Q 6 1.-11. +I' K 'if if - f ,J ..., ,,, 1 'f fx ' '5 ,- "" 1- . ' I S2 l i ' K . 3 1' I 'C 1 4 . '- ' fr .- --, fi. Sandra Hegstead Kathleen Henighan Peggy O'NeiIl -as in 4. F, . X yy ., y 'f , 1 i , i William O'Neill Helen Rich Math Ron Barndt Peter Barrant Marion Blau Philip Bowman F ' QW 'gr Richard Burke Esme Green Kathleen Hollowell fm, ' 35' B, Wm A, 0 Marilyn Donlan Marjorie Flanagan nv 'J Maw! Ina Heafitz Jo Ellen Hillyer Richard Mackler Ray Oglesby lr X X il KW William Parmenter Mary Sapienza Jimmy Schreider Paul Shapiro Jie Daniel Steinberg Ray Stevens A o ' of S 0 ' P I 1 I !Q' Q, , X , 4 V4 f 'O " Library lol.-1-of f i EJ . F1 r 0 Edward Beatty Belle Gilbert Karl Reinke John Scanlon Susan Tesca 14 , John Amoroso aavyflf. Q xx ,Xi .K-if ffl' ,X Don Crowley Fred Freelo Carol Horgan Allan lVlacDougall ? Social Studies ..,. 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Q N ,li x X x 9 3 ii 'P A T, fm if f Ax x rl Tk David Phelan Viviana Planine Helen Saunders if . ' 3 Mgirlene Yesley x 3-5 , 'chef N -L , ' i 1' ,QI , 1 A -,. L V C ' '. N ' I , h Franklin E. Davis Jean Degnon ax , D Hilda Karp William Paul Russell Steinert Lucien Weisbrod r i v e I' 4 Norman vvvmnww- A Technucal X Vocatlonal l Cllnt Rumrnll Charles Texeira 'hxxf' fc ' ' I C Edward Sahagian Stanley Gardner Charles Stevens 5' 5 ll. , I X , Q' 9 W, C, 4 Q ' Kp. ' I ' 'N' 4 .. I N !, Y ,., 1 2 Charles MacLeod Barbara Walsh AI DiPoIi 'W Pat Nicholas David Barboza Edward Mulhern , 2 'f T se Q. . -- Y' Wi." . 1 Q A i, ,,- . Nfffr-K V' Lift - if 1.1 H. Ward Manghue James Sullivan Fred Terrien Robert Carev Joseph Ryan Ernest Reppucci i i E l ' fr- 'Q' N-1 x t l , X Gerald Hegarty Josepn Uenaro Philip Rousseau .fl -n' Nl Stanley Wolaszek 2 52 'l Physical Education 4. L A if '93 Q1 ' ,,, f 4 Roger Brown Jay Cradle Tom Ginsti George Jessup QWW A an if-1' 'fix 'ip X ll if swf Benjamin Merrit Jerry Phillips Richard Walker Collen White Y gmmf L. A Tom Williams Fred Yaitanes I Business 'R "'R'R'RRR""" 5 1' A-"' -fs 'Hi one ' ,As 1 -j si, 7 " I 1 Michael Gradone Barry Howland John Meye Mary Machakos Anne Nolan 4519 'H-... Libby Resnick Rudolph Satlak ing ,3l ,Q . 5, , i Margaret Tavitian Irene Roman Secretaries x'n"X's 131' Eleanor Andler Eugenia Copeland Anne Caggiano Pat Caira 1 .S W K KJ, --f x ,fe P1 if 1 ' --Maw -1 ' -, aff' ' 'ff E 1' 1--Q -'ii F E ' K9 ig. as gf E A -,. , 1, A. fi F. ii - ff'ffAXC, Claire Carroll Barbara Coffey Marie Danca Kay DiRusso rl' "' vi al! f 'WN 'vi-A!! CMB? Tl . qizz:-N, il ' A .LK Marie Esposito Florence Festinger Fran Goodman Janice Keefe 'K ' Hx. l xf V , C"-' M" 1 . f f Marrie Kenney Helen Leone 'v fv,.,,,I vxzfv, AA .fCl:Ai Ffh x . A i , ' -'fs Q bf ' H , , 'ai A1 f 'ff 5' 4' 'Lf' lil . AAL , Elsie McDermott Edytne Raymond Q . C1: i' . 'fr' 6 3 Gladys Jepsen . QIFHIMR. - X 7355 it . 1 ,.. 'A 1, l , EB? Q wa- 535, . X Q N - 2 Elizabeth Linde Janet Margolin 1 E X ' 0 ,i -v, ,N lt "-24,1 . Florence Taplin Vera Rottenberg El Q. Hearing Impaired 2 Lo V? X Elaine Bonkamp Evelyn Gallis Margie Goldstein J. P. Gordon Lindsay Huppe ,I Cheryl Kanelos Carrie Mathers Felicia Mode Judy Rosenthal Nancy Feldman E M a n F Special Education y M al Wa, to Mary Doolin butt Q! as Clara Friedman Myrtle Harris Nancy Kellum Ms. Kelly Carolyn Toole J Qi WJ' wr' ' Tom Ryan Robert Chalmers Peg Waller Eileen Mills Hattie Thurman Eric Benjamin r . 1 CY C Myra Guterman Q33-, Learning Disabilities l l X. Music :S ,Hd .v-,Z 'PW-'Q elf-'zu Hai , Emma' "'5g"!ilJu,: HIL' 1 t.' Tom Leonard N a I I 5 5 ,, 1 j is 'Yirkij ' ., H171 .4 MY, V .1 "x H5 sg .fs f o. ., Q. i Qi fa i y fi ' fill'-Oeaififz . 1 f d'l .L ,,,,yf,,, K., , 'v .ff , N 4 .' n N ' Judy Rosenthal i K K As 'A Ray Smith S g uS--9 ' Winifred Green --...,,w Claire Carroll Sylvia Agulnick Charlotte Mason Marion Pruslin Margery Weider N UYSGS is x l Mary Gorman Fran Nelligan a.., W Q' Cafeteria Staff ii it 4,252 'fa 4 'sa Q. Y , 1 ' '- f Quyfw 2 . X First Row: CL to RJ Christine Gentile, Evelyn Arsenault, Kay Venito. Second Row: CL to Rb Florence Coffey, Lois Ranley, Betty O'Brien, Alicia Dillon, Luigi Pelligrini, Anna Caira, Mar DiBona, Lee Caramanica, Joan Wilson, Marie Calderone, Dina DiNapoli, Margaret Tramontozzi. Custodians 46- '-,Q CL to RJ Ai Leone, Joe Bianco, Peter D'Amico, John MacAuley, Michael Canty, Rich Cucchi, John D'Amico. 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I if 1' 'Qt SURVEY The Newtonian staff surveyed a random number of students to discover favorites of 1981 82 Book Movie T V Program Entertainer New Product Male Singer Female Singer Group News Event Sports Figure The World Accord ing to Garp Ordinary People Saturday Night Live and Mash Timothy Hutton Sony Walkman Bruce Springsteen Pat Benetar The Rolling Stones Washington D.C. and Logan airport plane crashes Larry Bird .ini 5 I 2 I 5 1 1 Y -i' uhm-nu. "T 'Qs- "T 'S' '-" 1 ' rr, 2 .S Q ,V P" v X ,f X X fjzlw I Y r -5, K Vi..- X 1 f ' I .1 -sf- N n -?. I . it f' 'QR 3 ' 4' 1 r' , 5 I H A -QL ' I . .x- 1 1 X X 1 ' I 1 any 'LJ . Lu " f K' -',.f' fy nl f X :Ns ha 1 I ., Q d , N. .A 'ku 1. A ai -Q-uhm' ' 'Nvf' . il x Yu 'Ayxifqlar 9' .efbszift 4 9 ' o Lf'--,,,,4'x L Xk f'4."W' On June 2, 1980, Kimberly Ann Sala passed away. While she is deeply missed by her family and friends her spirit continues to be with us. Somehow, her death touched us all. 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The Jazz Ensemble had a suc- cessful performance in the Little Theatre during the spring. All three groups are under the direction of Thomas Leonard. The three groups also participated in Winterfest, and along with the vocal groups went on an ex- change to Bethesda, Maryland in May. The Orchestra under the direction of Eric Benjamin enjoyed one of its finest years. They performed at Renaissance Night and during March participated in a five-orchestra festival held at Newton South High School. The orchestra accompanied the family singers on their tour of Spain, and before departing gave a pre-tour concert. The year ended with the orchestra, playing at Graduation. Newton North continues to offer a diversified and high level program for interested instrumentalists. .vim Q! . V 'XE ' wx! rl, -,A Nw me 1 W 'l lgb . , A ,f B arts 1 ff '-M..-. .- A ,gy W3- fi -X, I. ia ?l, ,. Q - MX, 'K wg.. f' N1 W y 12.15 IW If 'Ln 1. I MQW ,Nr X W grid? x g i,,f,,,.- , 5 ' fer" V? .' - 1 A , all ,, J , Nw xx 'VV alisi -'Dfw 8.1 1 -ln, V-Q 'Y gi v I y P 'X Concert Choir Sisters Family -35 Yr 1 ,Q Q 4 if 'ar L wi . fs 1 Q 494 N- P F, .ll f-"'3's.. 1 st x V K i The vocal section of the Newton North music department consisted of three groups - Concert Choir, Sisters, and Family. The Concert Choir, the largest group, performed from a repertoire which included popular and classical pieces. Concert Choir is under the direction of Ray- mond Smith. The Sisters are composed of a group of girls who both sing and dance. They perform popular music and choreograph their own dances. Sisters is directed by Eric Benjamin. The Family Singers, a select group of students, under the direction of Mr. Smith, sang a mixture of classical and contemporary pieces. The Family performed at the Waban Women's Club and at the Myrtle Baptist Church on Martin Luther King Day. The Fami- ly Singers also prepared for their exciting tour of Spain during April vacation. All three groups performed in Harvestfest which was held in November. The vocalists also participated in Renaissance Night. Per- formers dressed and sang songs from the Renaissance period. The groups concluded their season with Winterfest held in March, Pops night and finally, Graduation. Perhaps the most exciting aspect of this year's vocal program, was an exchange with a high school in Bethesda, Maryland, perfor- ming in a joint concert and also touring Washington, D.C. "Blues for Mr. Charlie," a wonderful play that was put on this winter, was a great success. All the actors did a superb job acting out this drama that was dedicated to children of Atlanta and of everywhere. The play starred Howie Breslow as Lyle Britten, Arthur Williams as Richard, Eddy Shadock as The Reverend, Melinda Fee as Josephine, and Alex Miller as Parnell James. This year's all school musical "Camelot" brought its audience back to England's court magicians and Knights ofthe Round Table. King Arthur was grandly portrayed by Scott St. Coeur. Guenevere was played by Michele Beasley. Lancelot was played by Steve Miller, King Pellinore was played by Jimmy Tosney, and Merlin, the magical court wizard, was played by Chad Goldstone. It was Merlin who foretold Arthur's future. The play was directed by Mr. Eric Benjamin. Camelot qw... -. l I l l 1 wi "1 ,46- TAI lgll ...M 'N .,. 22 f ::. -" '-" '-'S - 1 I i ,,, - . ..... .. I 1 m,M,',i..J EK 7' f'f M f V A f -W f,T."'- , X 'S-f A.. . ffl ' ?P'A ,fH??wQiwq:W'V17f. H-. . , . 1 K.,,xw A, , ,. , J' 'Q"'f15?'.'l 'Q VLA?" li' 'frm' 1 ' -' -4 -1 - J .14--2 A,:fw,H,wJ,4h,Q.,V fA e. j-. ' . '. -, " 41,-2g4:"T 1 - , gg S 'hi v I , . " '11 'if , Af. 517121 Q-.rg 'f 5 ,Q Q Q Q Hawaii. 'F 'S-Q.. , .1--. .nuns-un I 1 7 , 1 ' , f 9 I , W N. ' ' ,Mix LM A SX I X 1 . 1 . 1 AL. -5 'G 3 4 Ah. 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' - , :Y 1 Z, H nv.. - n . ,- Q 4 I i, V-4 ' l 1 C' 4 f R ,gif K i wX QgwSQaQae1WxW M K WUXQBLICATIONS ,mum ful Km i 5j !1-A!! .1 A K Eff 'ez Penny Caldicott Editor-in-Chief Diane Casey Sports Editor - QA., U Photography Coordinator i Amy Colliton Advertising Editor SQA Beth Habelow Layout Editor John Vitti Sports Editor David Spiro Art Editor Jennifer Ryan Advertising Co-Editor Laurie Carter Layout Editor Eric Gheewalla Photography Editor Debbie Art Editor Larry Pike Photography Editor Martha Madsen Beth Hyman ,fe it Rebecca Robbins Copy Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager c 6 Audrey Garfield Senior Section Editor u Trisha Thomas E Margaret Tavitian Senior Section Editor Advisor l i L l i 154 8 ya 'ii' Patty Hunt Ways and Means Coordinator We would especially like to thank our Advisor, Miss Tavitian, for guiding the Newtonian staff throughout the year. She was a great help to us and her efforts were greatly appreciated. -.Lr,' .-...... ' i gi .E 1 5 . . of L f 00 . ' 1 g Q ,. -it up A-A , A Q KAW i W L. A , Q I Q ti - L Art Staff: First Row: CL to RJ Jean Ann, Mike Kubzansky. Second Row: CL to RJ Jon Federman, George Wing, Linda Ferner, Mairi Wright, Cam Sears. Missing: Deirdre Tarzian, Sarah Madsen. -4' Literary Staff: Joanne Rosetti, Mimi Golden, 5 ,. 3? M .fx as 35 .-..-ddstai xi 'N xx ' Sports Staff' First Row: QL to RJ Alec Murphy, Brian Donovan, Paul Klinger. Second Rowz QL to RJ Karen Erbafina, Katie Ridge. Debbie Wolfson r Conor Plunkett Editor-in-Chief Nancy Fabian Feature Editor Loren Grieff Advertising Manager Newtonite Kenny Sabbag Steven Locke Sports Editor News Analysis Editor N,- ' -5-' f ...- eil Nora Farkas Duffy Plunkett Business Manager Broadcasting Manager Betsy Silver Liz Packer Managing Editor Circulation Manager . ,z ', x I it p. :ft we ,Q X A .,ffff"i...5sm,tt fb ' 1 Craig Cohen Ezra Gould Peter McCann Photography Editor Production Manager News Editor Philip Mann Ken Tempkin Helen Smith Assistant Managing Editor Administrative Assistant to Support Editorial Advisor Services , ,LE L.. 'MM The Newtonite has won two distinguished awards this year. It received a medalist ranking from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association on November 3. The Newtonite also won the Class I First Place All New England Award in Scholastic Editing and Publishing from the New England Scholastic Press Association for the third time in four years. The NESPA award was presented at the associations annual conference in October. The Newtonite was also given all-Columbia honors for content coverage, writingfediting and creativity. Connor Plunkett was Editor-in-Chief. This year's staff in- cludes Managing Editor Betsy Silver, Assistant Managing Editor Philip Mann, News Editor Peter McCann, News Analysis Editor Steve Locke, Feature Editor Nancy Fabian, Sports Editor Kenny Sabbag, Photography Editor Craig Cohen, Broadcast Manager Duffy Plunkett, Business Manager Nora Farkas, Advertising Manager Loren Grieft, Circulation Manager Liz Packer, and Production Manager Ezra Gould. ..-A f- Thoughtprints 'P Y 'Q H- l x'-I . wil JI if it Thoughtprints is Newton North's art and literary magazine. Under the leadership of this year's editor-in-chief, Debora Tessman, the staff of sophomores, iuniors and seniors produced the magazine twice. ln the form of a calendar, datebook, or magazine, Thoughtprints contains original poems, stories, essays, drawings, prints, and photographs submitted by Newton North students. Members belong to the Literary Staff, the Arts Staff, or both, and meet weekly to discuss and criticize submissions, finally selecting which ones will be accepted for publication in the magazine. Literary editor, Grace Carpenter, and Art editor, Shannon Slattery, organized these meetings and made the final decisions on works to be printed Production Manager Vicki Levy led her staff in typesetting, laying out, and pasting-up the publication in North's production department, Marcy Hinand, publicity manager, arranged for the advertisement and sales of Thoughtprints. Faculty advisor Joe Rigali made sure the Magazine was a successful project all year. ... , ,K .1 me I , ,f .l . he 15 L tt li I I ,X 0 ' u .f,-, ,V ,E ,A 5+ ,. ,- --', 1 Debora Tessman Shannon Slattery Marcy Hinand Editor-in-Chief Art Editor Publicity Manager 0 if A 'Y 3 shi' In ' Vicki Levy Grace Carpenter Production Manager Literary Editor I xl im, i'3Nl4!'efs if 5, ,ff SFA The Student Faculty Administration serves to form a bridge between faculty and students. This year's goals included locker patrols to stop thefts, a new athletic proposal and a yearly scholarship in honor of Mr. Mechem. Representatives were, seniors: Catherine Herrin, Betsy Silver, and Lauren Liss. Other members were Jimmy Walker, Mike Kubzansky, Josh Ditleberg, John Dillon and Lisse Cohen. The alternate was Jim Finkle. 1.5-pr 4- his 'Hb' 4 lngrid Olsen, Phil Russell, Doug l-laller. Missing: Bruce Corwen, David Kagen. Advisor: Stuart Rist. Q . fy: ffl Lisa Chin, Maria Fang, Janis Chan, Chen Wong, Jane Lin, Phong Chao. Missing: Sonya Yee. 'Eff D ,kv Jennifer Flackett, Sue Boyajian, Ellen Waldorf, Jodi Goldberg, Alison Perlo, Kenny Fleishman, Lauryl Jacobs, Joan Heckscher, Tina Sabin, Ellen Bresnahan, Ellen Breslau, Heidi Hadro, Evelyn Talmo, Jody Friedman, Andrea Brandfon, Mark Weinfeld, Rich Carey, Timmy Gleason, Karen Misasi, Lisa Winn, Jimmy Tosnen, Kevin Douville, Margi White, Erika Dennis, DeeDee Yoffe, Lisa Schultz, Sophie Xanthopouloa. Missing: Vicki Kinsey, Peter Weckstein, Eileen Leahy. Faculty Ad- visor: Lori Borden, and Kathy Lashoto. Ski Club The Ski Club provides a way for the students of Newton North to take one-day and weekend trips to Maine, N.H., and Vermont. Asian Club We want to represent the Asian culture, to increase our knowledge of it with others. We plan to have a tea party or perhaps other preparations on Chinese New Year. Speech Team Members, led by President, Jennifer Flackett and Junior President, Sue Boyajian, attended tournaments twice a month. At tournament, members prepared readings in one of several categories: prose, poetry, play reading, dramatic interpretation, or extemporaneous speeches. At tournaments, students not only are able to compete for various trophies, but also many members have made "close friendships with students from other schools, says Jennifer Flackett. The tournaments are learning experiences where team members recognize their weaknesses and improve their presentations. 73 env f '-.iv 1 Members: Liz Leithch, Sarabeth Jerome, Heidi Hadro, Ellen Breslau, Eli Selling, Joan Hecksher, Kenny Fleishman, Hank Obermayer, Lauryl Jacobs, Emily Weinberg, Rosemary Hinteregger, Amy Simon, Ellen Bresnahan, Caryn Seaman, Sam Rebelsky. Captains: Tina Sabin, Chip Burgess, Brad Schiller. FF' ixil'N7l i , ll 5 Jr' N, Members: Maria Fang, Liz Premo, Lisa Chin, Christine Arcese, Jane Lin, Jackie Dillon, Carmin Chan, Janice Chan, Wong Chan, Rona Taraki, Advisor Mrs. Jackson Sunn Chau i ' 3 C er M "fn ..-uh W :if J gg Members: Kirk Freedman, Dan Spar, Mark Wise. Mark Norian, Ben Rubin, Claudia Gross, Sean Gill, Raines Cohen. Sailing Club Students interested in sailing at NNHS do not have to worry about sailing being cut from North's sports budget. Tri-captains, Tina Sabin, Chip Burgess, Brad Shiller, and devoted members worked hard to keep sailing available for students at North. The sailing team earned money by selling M8tM's and other fund raising activities in order to pay for transportation. The team prac- ticed two to three times per week in the spring, and though they raced other teams they competed mostly against each other to improve their sailing tactics. International Club The International Club planned on an International Day where members dressed in their native costumes and served many interna- tional dishes. The club held Hallo- ween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas parties. Also, the International Club taught Cambodian and Vietnamese students about American holidays and customs. Not only did the members enjoy themselves, but they performed a valuable service as well. President Rona Tanaht and vice-president Carmin Chan organiz ed the cIub's numerous activities. Bike Club Newton North's Bike Club met every Sunday morning at the Marriott at 9:00 a.m. for fifty-mile bike rides throughout Massachusetts. The Bike Club, headed by President, Ben Rubin, vice-president, Dan Spar, and Secretary, Laurel Jacobs, planned weekend trips to New Hampshire during the spring. lfliltifi All Kermit Cole, Sue Boyajian, Andy Chalfen, Kevin Douville, Gus Lawrence, Steven Zohn, McCracken, Monika Wing, Linda Lin, George Wing, Melinda Fee, Matt Von Hendy, Jon Erika Dennis, Andrea Branfon, Alex Miller, Michael Levine. I kixwi Q ri ii i Peter Aisenberg, Peter Bloom, Bebbie Boswell, Janet Boudreau, Linda Ferner, Ethel Loren Greiff, David Guterman, Rachel Hermann, Marcy Hinand, Marylou Lane, Jane Lauren Liss, Nicole Morey, Sheila O'Brien, Alison Perlo, Betsy Shein, Sandy Troy, Gregg ivniie, John Whoriskey. MWC l 5 TS 4 cw. 'T' Row: April Cowen, Ezra Gould. Second Row: CL to RJ Martha Madsen, Molly Savitz, Lauryl Cam Sears. Third Row: CL to RJ Advisor Helen Saunders, Tina Sabin, Audrey Garfield. Shakespearean Players Under the direction of King Kermit Cole and Queen Susan Boyajian, the Shakespearean Players have expanded their interests. Kermit Cole explained that the Shakespearean Players would like to encourage creativity, especially in the art of film making and play writing. The Shakespear ean Players had the use of video equipment which enabled members to learn about film technique and directing. Their annual play-writing contest and the production of Pyramus and Thisby were among the events of this year's Shakespearean Players. The club also held a Renaissance dinner in November where members dressed in the costumes of the Renaissance. Senior Mike Levine was the scribe, and senior Alex Miller was the treasurer. They gathered in the Shakespeare room of the library during X-blocks. French Exchange This year's French Exchange Club met every Tuesday to prepare for their month-long exchange to L'Ecole Massilon, a school in Paris. ln Paris, seventeen North students lived with French families and attended school two or three times a week. The remainder of the week, they explored Paris and participated in activities arranged by French students. In March, the French students came to North. They attended classes and spent many days touring Boston. Spanish Exchange The Spanish Exchange Club had several fundraisers, including a bowl-a-thon, in order to raise money for a scholarship fund. The members spent a month in the city of La Coruna in Gaelic Spain. The students living with Spanish families attended classes several days a week with their Spanish counterparts. The students also spent three days in Madrid. In March, Spanish students spent three weeks in Newton and attended classes at N.N.H.S. U 75 lllli f e ig In Il in ll L f? , . i P , A First Row: CL to RJ Susan Hughes, Maria Fang. Back Row: QL to RJ Linda Fernier, Tina Sabin, Peter Schnall, Michael Goldstein, Samuel Rebelski. , , tw" 7 1- if QIENYI 45 xx -- ' -ut ...S ...J s ii 2fT'Z"' H Au" Q-, i First Row: CL to R9 Luciia Saveliova, Olga Zhestokaja. Second Row: QL to R7 Ostap Bender, Vladimir Ulianov, Lucien Weisbrod, Rasputnik. ffl' , , 5' V - 4 f ml r 1'g',rg:g,w,: 3 W-31-45,4 , -,,,V.'jk:,.,,,Q.v1f'ej,5g1y-1 ' V 1. ark' new 1 ffm. ,, .,-:.: g3:-9'Ji5fff' bn i' ' -A' iz' lL to Rl Jennifer Flackett. Beth DeRosier, Pattie Hunt, Diane Little, Eileen Leahy, Kim Spertner. l l l l Juggling Club 3 The juggling club is one of NNHS'si newest clubs. Founder, Susan Hughes, organized the club in order 5 to teach other students juggling , skills and also to learn how to have ' fun with it. l l l l i i l Russian Club 5 President, Jenney Milner, and Advisor, Mr. Weisbrad, organized such events as Russian teas and trips to Russian movies. All members shared an interest in the l Russian language and culture. l Redhead Club l The Redhead Club has been in Q existence since "I Love Lucy" with , the NNHS chapter starting in 1964. All of the club members are natural redheads, and roots are checked periodically. i l l l l XX l fLeft to Righty: Paul Marsh, Andy Cancellieri, David Berkman, John Doershuk, Barry Fritz, I l , W..- .. l i f .4 is 5 ,,.f' v Members: David Baron, Linda Robeck, Mary Murphy, Beth Ruber, Bill Houle, Steven Liberace, i Raines Cohen, Andy Chalfen. T Front Row: QL to RJ Linda Robeck, Samuel Rebelsky, Michael Levine. 2nd Row: CL to RJ Raines Cohen, Steven Liberace, Craig Michelson, Zev Handel, David Salter, Randy Wei. Back Row: CL to RD Greg McGurk, Hank Obermayer, Michael Chao, David Kessler, Raphael Wynd, Jonathan Schwartz. Strategic Games Club Geology Club The Geology Club supervised by President David Baron and Treasurer Linda Roberts took several field trips to surrounding New England quarries and mines in search of gold, minerals, and precious stones. The club recently purchased a lapidary for cutting and polishing. The club's goal was to travel to North Carolina to explore the state's resources which include rubies, emeralds and sapphires. Science Fiction Club The Science Fiction Club led by President, David Salter, and Vice-President, Michael Levine, promoted science fiction at Newton North this year by publishing a science fiction magazine. During club meetings, members review science fiction books and movies. 77 I' isi--rii t , i id ,ix I-eh, ' , XB: 1 '61 Members Michelle Borelli, John Canty, Diane Chiota, Debbie Connelly, Janet Lacy, Carol Principe, Donna Scully, Teresa Tomaino, Lori Veno, Susanna Cappola, Linda DiMonda, Michelle Bean, Doug Cedrone, Chris MacCormic, Marguireta Mezzerta, Diane Rodgers, Angela Senzapauria, Beth Zalkind, Ann Marie Fontano, Meg Ansty, Debbie Bacon, Antinio Mianchi, Kim Civetti, Mark Negrotti, David Quintilliani, Joe Santangelo, Jean Negrotti, Lisa Catalano, Lisa Belli, Cesidia Cedrone, Kirsten Connoly, Dorothy Marina, Stephanie Mearls, Lisa Schrafla, Kenny Tedesco, Maria Tomaino, Sherri Vitti, Lydia Gentile, Nina Canmarata, Andrea DeRubeis, Mark Clemente, Albie Calderone, Michelle Farina, Marissa Fusco, Jan Gargone, Angelo Senzapavra, Daralyn Ross. Sharon Rouseau, Steven DiDino, Chris Winn, Marisa DeSantis, Maria Magni, Bobby Tedesco, Cheryl Stover N4 Members: Presidents Gabriela Reyes, Molly Savitz, Secretay, Martha Ehrmann, Treasurer, Laurie Libenson, Sarah Weisman, Charlene Zuffante, Pauline Abernathy, Karen Redmon, Jennifer Schuster, Karen Misasi, Caitlin O'Connor, Kenny Fleishman, Emily Feinzig, Linda DeMonda, Kara DerMarderosian, Ursula Tafe, Martha Madsen, Sarah Madsen, Christina Arcese, Marisa Fusco, Rich Sasdi, Mark Spiro, Kathleen Horkan, Diane Rogers, Rona Taraki, Carman Chan. I'-Tig., A -J J S .... ,Q Italian Club The Italian Club worked diligently to raise money fcr the Kim Saia Scholarship Fund. The Italian Club also had an Italian banquet. The ltalian Club looked forward to a possible exchange with an Italian school. Officers included President, Theresa Tomaino, Vice-president, Sharon Rousseau, Treasurer, Bobby Tedesco, Secretary, Lori Veno, Secretary, Debbie Connolly, and Social Chairpersons, Maria Tomaino and Christine MacCormack. Spanish Club This year's Spanish Club organized a party for the international students and had a potluck supper for its members featuring Spanish cuisine. Presidents, Gabriela Reyes and Molly Savitz, organized a trip to the Spanish ballet in the spring. Riley House Stairs Club This year's Riley Stair Club dedicated its hard work to the advancement of the "good life." Daily meetings were held at the Riley Stair entrance on Lowell Ave., and weekly meetings were held at Warren's house through the generosity of his aunts and his grandmother. Activities included collecting parking tickets on Bolton Road and other various collectibles at Warren's house. Finally, we would like to send our best wishes to Claire and wish her a speedy recovery. i l l l l i l i l l i l l i i l i li ll . l l l l Members: Allison Plastridge, Julia Smith, Janet Quigley, Kathy Broderick, Laura Gonnerman, Charlotte Wiig, Michael Chao, Mrs. Cohen, Carrie Ford, Diana Selig, Joan Lin, Margi May, Ton Yaan Fan, Evelyn Talmo, Amy Simon, Anne Berlin. YH-......Qs Members: lan B. Blumenstein, Henry Powell Huntington, Patricia Jakubowski, Maureen A. Laffey, J, Andrew Philipps, Susan Rubeski, Scott E. St. Coeur, Themistocles Stefopoulos, Eric D. Vogel, Beth Zalkind, George Edward Bower. X pi' Members: Rachel lnker, Nora Farkas, Sonia Murrow, David Guterman, Donna Elgart, Deirdre Tar- zian, Emily Feinzig, Joan Hecksher, Michel Kubzansky, Ginger Zukowski, Catherine Herrin, Bill Morrissey, Nat Berg, Mark Amatangelo, Alec Murphy, Maureen Laffey, Veronica Toole, Kathy Joyce, George Guzzi, Audrey Garfield, Brian Donovan, Ted Shapiro, Howie Breslou, Steven Herrin, Marcia Zukowski, Debbie Wolfson. President: Ginger Zukowski. French Club President, Anne Berlin, worked with advisor, Mrs. Cohen, and enthusiastic members in organizing a trip to Quebec. Extensive fund- raising was necessary, and the club sold candy and held numerous bake sales to meet the costs. The club also held a fondue party, and attended French films. The Country Club The Country Club traces its distinguished roots all the way back to December, 1981. Under the inspired leadership of professor- comedian-author, George Edward Bower, the club's activities have been many and varied. Keeping an eye on the new show making machines, the scenic duck and ice skating pond, and our antique wind vane, the club's members have exerted little or no energy while reclining in the plush furnishings of the exclusive clubhouse. New members were not permitted following an unsuccessful recruitment drive lasting a full minute and a half. The Country Club will close its doors at the end of this school year, but our traditions of arrogance will be with us forever. Model U.N. Club Model United Nations gives students a simulation of how the real United Nations is run. Students are given the opportunity to participate through research, writing resolutions, and conference negotiations in an attempt to find solutions to world issues. We go to two or three conferences a year. Each conference is a lot of hard work but also a lot of fun. 79 is' Psychology Club: Dr. Rosanne Perlumutter - Advisor, Michael Goldstein - Pres., Patti Hunt - VP., Danielle Reyes - Sec, Freddie Pittman, Brenna Pradell, Darline Turner, Stuart l-lershensan, Peter Michelson, Firoozhe Matian, Missing From Picture: Julie Poleck, Maria Emilsson, Rosemary Huntereger, David Kagan, Margaret Smith, Ezra Gould, Laurie Silva Roxanne Morgan, Linda Davis, Kristen Palmiter, Ramona Caldarone, Carole Summers. 3' C -wwf' .swf 97101 . ifxipr , Members Katie Ridge. Jane Pope, Paul Klinger, Alec Murphy, Kevin Troy, Brian Donovan, Conor Plunkett Missing Claire Corcoran, Bill Morrissey, Barbara Killion, Psychology Club The Psychology Club wants to encourage community activity and also an interest in social service careers. A major goal of this year's Psychology Club was to establish a scholarship in its name. During the holiday season, the Psychology Club participated in its annual Christmas party for retarded children and visited area hospitals. Mod Squad 1DIM XS12,3D 11 XS 11,15 : "Michael Goldstein" 12 XS 11,2J: "Randy Cole" 13 XS 11,3D: "Jeff Devore" 14 XS 12,1J: "Mary Murphy" 15 XS12,2J:"David Berkman" 16 XS 12,31 : "Jerry Abramson" 32767 END Irish Student Union Presidents Claire Corcoran, Conor Plunkett, and Bill Morrisey have aided in the expansion of the l.S.U. into a large and enthusiastic club. Highlights of this year's I.S.U. include the Great Potato Bake and the Second Annual Bagpipe and Step Dancing Concert. A special Thanks to our Faculty Advisor, Barbara "Killer" Killion. l l l l i l l i l l l I l i l' l l 1 l l :wg " R 1. Senior Class Committee Members: Albie Calderone - Pres., Sandy Troy - V.P., Kathy Joyce - Treas., Janet Quigley - Sec., Leah Hyman, Jean Dow, Karen Erbafina, Renee Farrington, Carol Summers, Vicky Feinstein, Mona Caldarone, Liz Premo, Katie Cunning, Marisa Fusco, Gabi Reyes, Diane Rogers, Debbie Boswell, Tina Sabin, Andy Phillips, Paul Luciano, Marcia Zukowski, Donna Elgart, Maureen Laffey, Erica Seifert, Katie Ridge, Patty Hunt, Linda Dimonda, Jen Ryan, Sonia Yee, Marianne Fay, Marra Hacket, Diane Casey, Lydia Triplett, Sandy Cohen, George Stoyanoff. if to Righty President Maria Moore, Secretary Jodi Friedman, Vice-President Amy Simon. Class Officers: CFrom Left to Righty Janet Quigley, Sandy Troy, Albie Caldarone, Kathy and Mr. Ryan. i Senior Class Committee This year's Senior Class Committee, led by President Albie Caldarone, was seen at every football game feeding hungry fans and selling T-shirts and other items including pens, carnations and frisbees. Money was raised for a scholarship fund and the Senior Prom, which was held at the Park Plaza. Junior Class Committee The Junior Class, led by President Maria Moore, Vice-President Amy Simon, Treasurer Andrea Fillippone, and Secretary Jodi Friedman held successful bake sales, sold candy bars and sold decorative Christmas ornaments. Senior Class Officers 81 -A '-1-Al QI! E13 ' b v,,,f Membersi Jennifer Flackett, presidentg Tina Sabin, president, Emily Feinzig, correspondence secretary, David Kagan, records secretary, Clare Corcoran, publicity chairperson, Jim Finkle, treasurer, Pauline Abernathy, Ellen Breslau, Diane Clark, Jacqueline Dillon, Jody Friedman, David Green, Bill Holmes, Kathleen Horkan, Peter Michelson, Sally Phalon, Katie Ridge, Diana Selig, Mara Sibley, Amy Simon, Jennifer Stone, Andrea Walker, Jane Walsh, Sarah Weinstein, Karllen Wise. Michael Kubzanski,Advisors1 Lynne Rossman, Nancy Zimmet. i 1- fi si Q! il fi 1' fa. , ,lf can :cu QL to R5 Ernie Wright. Advisor: Rebecca Kemplerg Leonard Kolodny, Treasurer, LCSIIC Snumway. Vice President: David Salathe, Kelly Simas, President, Mimi Golden. 4 2 ' -E.. Presldent Sue Boyaiian. Vice-President, Stephanie Meyer. Secretary, Peter Schnall, Treasurer, Donna Elgart Members' Leora Adler, David Baron. Monica Becker, Jill Brightman, Kim Buckman, Linda DiMonda, Janet Erbafina, Amy Fitzgibbon. Kenny Fleishman, Tricia Foster, Sue Gerson, Lisa Golden, Susan Greenberg, Heidi Hadro, Dan Hindman, Laura Jaffe, Tara Joseph, Hope Kirschner, Gail McCarty. Allison Plastridge, Debbie Rosenberg, Sue Salvucci, Lisa Schultz. Jennifer Schuster. Eve Shamiah. Laura Allen, Julia Smith. Liz Sorota. Betsy Subrin, Stephanie Tuck, Joyce Vartanian. Janet Walker. Ann Walsh, Sarah Weisman, Elissa Weltz, Angela White, Beth Whoriskey, Sue Wolfson, DeeDee Yoffe. Gabriela Reyes. Cl . 'EJ Beals Council Witch-O-Grams, Kiss-O-Grams, and Valentine's Day carnations. Certainly these make Beals House council one of the most active of the five councils. Beals House continued to work on opening Beals Commons this year and also raised money for their annual scholarship. Officers include Co-presidents, Tina Sabin and Jenny Flackett, Correspondence Secretary, Emily Feinzig, Secretary of Records, David Kagan, Treasurer, Jim Finkle, and Clare Corcoran, who was in charge of publicity. Riley Council Riley House Council Presidents, Rebecca Robbins and Kelly Simas and the entire Riley House Council planned a successful year of fundraising. They sold donuts every Friday morning and sold mistletoe at l Christmas. Also, Riley House Council co-produced the annual NNHS talent show, Barry Council Over the years, Barry House Council has continued to raise money for scholarships. This year was no exception. President Sue Boyajian, Vice-president, Stephanie Meyer, Treasurer, Donna Elgart, and Secretary, Peter Schnell, had many successful fundraisers including a carwash and bake sales. Their largest scholarship fundraiser was the celebrated Rocco show. Village i il' 1 Es Iiglkfifg ' 'I W1 '1'1j'f " :nl 'QUE df fy if qi Ill H5255 ff f 1 : i J I 5 .fgplj nl . nel! f E- f,',:?!f M4 fa -Ez: ,Zn-1: F 1 2-I5s?if5a2E?i',q 7- .f ,,-,qu 2- I ul Z-ji-5:-1:-115.5 3' '25 Ig K Q 95415 agua, . ,., ff' I 4 XY' f I f A X J nm 'mmf I Y " f' 4 " , , gif, ff- , I, kf ..r ilu- vi A 1 --f vga nf fy 5' ' in 1525 N f::"g:' ' H I . . 4-145- 'A i nn lg My Q X funn if ' Q X g I ' V! W X ' i I V A ' 47 fi ' -94 ,,11WW'n.X ' , , ,A ,f - v 'lx 'IW .U r .I My X ' 4 1 V ff - E - N 'I . L x Z M " V .. ' ,'4,Q:A' W4 5 I A 2 3 'lf 52' v 1 2' hhllllm 5 X ' X X f 'ff' 2 N " ' : 4 X XX N X 2' mff"'i':,z,W xx Q f F .sei x x IM! Venezia Members: Co-Presidents Spiros Johnson and Audrey Anthony, Treasurers John KZIZFTIVOKIS and Debbie Wolfson, Sophie Xanthopoulos, Maria Koutrabis, Georgia Giannakopoulos, Georgia Vamuakay, Marianne DeMeo, Megan Guiney, Erica Foisy, John Lampiris, Nick Kalamvokis, Sam Peteff, Kak Durkin, Sonya Yee, Eve LaMonica. Klf I li lift t Members: President Maria Fang, Chairman of Transportation David Baron, Treasurer Peter Schrall, Secretary Mark Weinfeld, Vice'President Sam Rebelsky, Michael Chao, Hank Obermeyer, Bob Gruber, Joan Lin, Caitlin O'Connor, Karen Misasi, Ton-Yun Fang, Robert Wilkins. fl IK- i A' 0 Q mf? i'if f it- 14 l 'K ' . YJ A Q 'Xe ,' . .-A' Kai 7 T fa Managersi Andrew Philipps, James Murphy, Andrew Cancellieri, Members: Ross Troiano, Rob Mc- Clure. David McClure, Kenny Donahue, Raphael Wynd, Derek Drelstad, Eileen Leahy, Devin Sullivan, Chris Fraice, Raines Cohen. Greek Club The Greek Club was founded by Audrey Anthony and Spiros Johnson in an effort to recognize Greek students at NNHS. The club, however, is open to all students. The club's activities include donating money and visiting Hellensic nursing homes. Also the Greek Club planned to dine at a Greek restaurant. The officers include treasurer John Kalamvokis and Debbie Wolfson. Math Team We meet twice a month to practice for the five meets in a year where we compete with other schools. Before each meet, we hold a run-off to determine the members on the varsity and JV teams. Our goal -to excel in math. Stage Crew Stage Crew, led by student Tech Directors, Andrew Philipps, Jim Murphy and Andrew Cancellieri, is responsible for all technical aspects of theatrical and musical productions at NNHS. They run the lights, change and build the sets, and operate the sound equipment. .91 K' it-fr Mrs. Barbara Killion, Peter Jue and Audrey Garfield ...,...,,.,., ,.,, ,,,,..,,,,.,. , M.. , Members: Susan Terrell- President, Ralph Davis - vice-president, Emily Pinckney - secretary, Tracy Williams - treasurer, Eddie Shaddock - Sargeant-at-Arms, Nicie Banks, Laurie Silva, Darryl Coulter, Tony Reise, Nina James, Toni Morgan, Lisa Santio, MaryAnn Warren, Darryl Beasley, Karen Dupont, Karen Altamirano, Glen Brewington, Todd Houston, Leah Thomas, Carla Rushin, Danita Books, Aida Roberts, Roslyn Rieres, Gloria Kincaid, Greg Kincaid, Andrea McCloud, Eric McCloud, , Urfoviixl " , .. If Till ' 17325 -,-1 gi. 15851 i Elections and Appointments Committee The Elections and Appointments Committee continued this year to publicize and supervise all Sophomore, Junior, Senior and SFA. elections along with awarding appointments to students in the NNHS community. The Elections and Appointments Committee was established in order to end the fixing of student elections, and also to appoint deserving students to certain non-elected positions. This year the committee was led by Election Commissioner Audrey Garfield and Faculty Advisor Barbara Killion. Afro-American Club Originally the Black Student Union, the Afro- American club enables black students to get together and talk about issues involving themselves and the school. February is Black History Month, and the club acknowledges this by poetry reading, dances and guest speakers. Uptown Uptown is a program designed to combat the impersonal environment at a large school. Uptown was founded by faculty members who felt that many students could have more profitable experiences at Newton North if they worked with a smaller group of students and teachers. Thirty students have continued from last year, and fifteen sophomores joined the Uptown program this year. The Uptowners come from Day, Warren, Bigelow and Weeks. The students share a homeroom and attend morning classes together. 85 'Va 75 il 'EWS Transition is composed of twenty-nine seniors who seek an alternative program in their senior year at NNHS. Transition's motto is "Learning by doing." Though faculty advisors June Namias and Ron Bouche are supportive and helpful, Transition members take responsibility for scheduling their modules and obtaining their own volunteer jobs. During the first semester, Transition students meet during A and B blocks. Academic studies for this semester include political science and philosophy. At the beginning of school Transition participants spent three days on Falmouth's Washburn Island on a survival trip. Transition members are probably the most able fundraisers at North. A flea market, the Transition store, the No Nukes Movie, and selling Christmas trees brought in funds. ln the second semester, students participate in four modules, each lasting one month. Social service, urban and occupation require that students choose one area of interest and devote thirty hours a week to it. The last module is a wilderness module that includes a First Aid course in preparation for a twelve-day canoe trip on the Alagash River in Maine. Qa Q fi 4 .mike Village The Village, an alternative and social program for juniors, is designed to offer a more personal environment for students and allows the students to develop closer relationships with teachers. Villagers have classes together during A, B, and C blocks. "This allows more time for the kids to spend together and develop trust among everyone," said Village teacher Mimi Grosser. ..--Q 'W TS 1' 4 fl -ni N... N, rf f1 IU UQ' 'V' Qi' Wx SMH QQ gi .-sul' xfs? 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Dave Rowland, Al Fortune, Mario Proia, Peter Munsat, Neal Hadro, Kevin Troy. 2nd Row: QL to RJ Mark Antonellis, Fred Dalicandro, Jim Clemmer, Rion Foley, David Quintiliani, Paul Howley, Peter Aisenberg, Paul Bresnahan, Eddie McCarthy, John McLaughlin, Steve McGrath. 3rd Row: CL to R7 Leo Butera, John Hickey, Timmy Mulvey, George Claflin, Tom Keefe, Ralph Torres, Matt Davis, Dan Reilly, Dean Morreale, John Coppola. 4th Row: CL to RJ Phil Clossey, John Callahan, Billy Pearson, Matt Ryan, Ed Cohen, Tim Brandon, Fritz Phillips, John Santigati, Ed Natale, Larry Tate. 5th Row: CL to R3 Bill Sweeney, John Bresnahan, Jim Gallant, Doug Little, Chris McGrath, Paul Wessel, Rich Leone, Ezra Gould, Kevin Hiltz, Eric Fortune. -r - I -.'- A vc ., ,.,. , . g - J. f- ..- 'V sz . r as.. ix, i , ' ' , y ,' -. 1. 1:- 5532 hz ivi"B"" ' 71 'r.f The 1981 Newton Tigers were a ' F team characterized by hard hitting and hustle. The great intensity which the defense possessed always came up with big plays. Balanced with a powerful passing guard and breakaway threats in the backfield, the Tigers always left their mark. The season's highpoint occurred when the Tigers 83g if 13?- broke Brockton's 23 game win streak, A 'Q with an impressive 22-16 victory. The 0 .5 3 sl victory of the match-up between 7-O Newton and 7-O Waltham was crucial to both teams. The Tigers outplayed the Hawks throughout the game, only to come up short: 7-6. The Tigers' final loss to Brookline, 20-17, ended their season with an impressive 7-2 record. I TQ as A A 7 4,-'ltd' 1-lr my tr. 21 14 -1.54.-, -'Za --gn ' +0 'B g ,. lg, ' Newton24 F .iv- -3. 7 5 . Q15 ' ,-,: "F a 9 i'r5'o . 1 HDS . uf ' 1 Qui 14 Newt I ck n' A1 nu l Newton u Q incy 15 Nevvton25 O!-rnbri 12 Newt-on22 Weym E th No. O Newton 6 ' Waltharn ,7 - Brookline '20 n ' rlewtonlze ' ,l l Nil l f 1 i I f N 1 S Q J Q "' AL, 1 A la- Q '334 - S 1 " I- "f1., W f' 0- N- F24 ' 'fu , '. f ,f .wx-'SQ' , X. 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The team learned and worked under coach Emilio lvlazzola, who succeeded last year's coach, T. J. Williams, now athletic department head. Leading the team were co-captains David Notter and Cam Sears. Unfortunately, Sears suffered from a severe knee injury he acquired early in the season. Included with senior Suburban All-Stars Rob Guilleman and David Notter, other consistent players were seniors Steve Locke, Joe Schleifer, John Stewert, junior Glen Legualt, and most improved, Colin Selig. Key injuries to Isaac Berg, Stephen Yannoni, and junior Dan Schleifer plagued the team all year. ?w6YfT? lQtl'f if zr ggfff f ' fffai' r kijagjlfgr y th Newton Waltham Newton Quincy, j Newton 'WQymQuttg5ouIh Newton , , Cambfldgev 1 1 Newton 'Brockton ' Newton Newton Newton Newton 'i Newton iI'1Cy Newton Weymouth South Newton Cambridge Newton Brockt ' Newton Weymo' worth Newton Brfok , Newton Nortll, ngy 2 "5 ff wr. -E Je? 'I xi. Z., -an gk x 5 f f Q 4- ' E , Q. n 1 X A . 2 r .v A Q , . N . I ,l 5 , 5354 "-S1 O Mil f D f".ia1w Q - if , A , Q B 1 W' .3 xc I ny ' be "w'.r., ,I an I ' -' , gf Q . The 1981 Girls' Soccer team continued its winning ways clinching the suburban league championship for the sixth consecutive year. The girls finished the season with an outstanding record of 16- O. Seeded No. 1, they continued onto the state tournament, unfortunately to be upset by Wellesley in the semi-final match, 3-1. Despite the loss, they had a very successful season thanks to the leadership of tri-captains Diane Casey. Lori Goldenberg, and Debbie Quinn. The team displayed superior skill and sportsmanship, and undoubtedly deserved the league title. The highlight came midway through the season in a hard-fought victory over rival Bridgewater-Raynham. The Tigers won the match 2-O, justifying their outstanding ability. Six players, including juniors Joanne Rossetti and Stephanie Stoyanoff, seniors Casey, Goldenberg, Quinn, and goalie Carole Summers, were named to the suburban league all-star team. With the combined efforts of all members of the team, Newton out-shot their opponents scoring 71 goals, and only giving up 8. Summers posted 13 shutouts throughout the season. The key Girls' Soccer First Row: fL to RJ Tina Gentile, Andrea Farina, Capt. Debbie Quinn, Capt. Lori Goldenberg, Capt. Diane Casey, Renee Jones, Sandy Troy, Kari Simonetti. Second Row: CL to RJ Carole Summers, Mona Calderone, Carolyn Corbato, Denise Richards, Tricia Natale, Kathy Maguire, Joanne Rossetti, Beth Kelley, Karen Erbafina, Dee O'Connor, Freddi Pittman, Stephanie Stoyanoff, Beanie Link, Kris Palmiter. ingredient to the Tiger's success was the spirit and closeness of the entire squad. The unsurpassed individual efforts of seniors Karen Erbafina, Dee O'Connor, Kris Palmiter, Mona Calderone, Jackie Dillon, Sandy Troy, Renee Jones, Freddi Pittman, Tina Gentile, and Tina McCabe were invaluable aspects to the team's success all season. Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Girls Soccer Waltham Quincy Weymouth South Cambridge Brockton Weymouth North Brookline North Quincy Waltham Quincy Bridgewater-Rayn ham Weymouth South Cambridge Brockton Weymouth North Brookline State Tournament Belmont Dover-Sherborn Wellesley Final Record: 19-1-O P-'Ov-'OO'-'O'-'OOO"'OOO-OO LOOO wwwkll 1 N l 4 . 4 I - -ez 2 8 3 4 5 . 4 . 3 4 2 i 9 2 A - 4 x A. Ltr., 5 I. 2 41 A Q-t"' ' 4 3 - . . 1 k ,SX . -.-num Newton 3 NorthQuincy . . T A , . I-Q xt . -ig-7 v, V. , Eb '. ,,".,"'!v,.Y1,.b,-A. 'Q 3 - X , - -- 2 1 5 -'be Suburba iv- un: SEQ? , fa. A. J Us 6.2. s E n League Champs 'Xa w mail ' . A nfl" .4 W., N. Q-QP 5.15, -, ,-L, in iq, ' 3 ' ' ' ,1,.-..f.N ff-nuff," 3. Y , , - if xl 1- . A , i, Q -Jw as A .. . my Q Q ' 3.3 ' L .aw 4 xy N. .rg .f,. 'df' Pyfgu .F , 'Q jx ' iw" .or '..g'lbQ,g5 nr- . i V, by K JW' ' , ""Ff+wfA' A - A 'J ,f ' L .ffvztqffi . ,du ' 'JK' Q ' " " Boys Cross Country This year Joe Connolly submitted his resignation after 1O years as head cross- country coach. On November 21st his team sent him out in style by winning the "All- State" Championships. The Tigers took the Mass. Invitational Title with 112 points, beating their closest rival, Blackstone- lvlillville, by 10 points. The team was led by Globe All-Scholastic, Paul Partridge, who placed eighth Co-captain George Fulk and Partridge were also selected to the Suburban League All-Star team. The highlight of the season, however, came a week earlier at the Eastern Mass. Division l Championship. Heavy favorites. Newton North breezed by every opponent, winning their fourth consecutive title with an all-time low of 59 pointsg a feat unprecedented in the 44 year history of the race. The Tigers had three runners in the top ten - Partridge C4thD, Fulk C6thD, and senior Tom Carleo C8thJ. Senior Cam Laing C18thj, junior Paul Passavant C23rdJ, and seniors Dave Kagan C34thJ and Ted Burke C36th7 rounded off the scoring for the team Under the coaching of assistant coach Mark Lech, the Tigers went undefeated in the Suburban League for the second straight year. They beat this year's closest opponent Cambridge R 81 L by a solid five points Depth is the primary reason for the team s success Seniors Tony Leary Tom Ventura Lefv Hunter and Dan Spar provided a strong and constant backfield. 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Lauri:-:1f" ""5"2,p,,- -F ff' f'in?f5F3FQW5'W:'rr '41,-ZW' A 'V ' ' 4..-Qr5'3F3,-ff'?fi,,g, gggkgjg.. F jg, -...S A -' - My ' 5?Qmyg,g16yf,f?,g:3 ?3' 7 if .w w 1 - A 3 ' ""?fj"!f'-:'Q,,Z4,-Va? 11, .. ,J ' 1 - Qfux. 41 - pfxf- ,019 t A X -Q: lv K. 2'-s,55..,k - ' 'ff " 91275-ir 'j' ' 3' fx ff ,,-5, " was is-nhl, A 4 MW-.w.:M,,-, UM... , J Girls' Cross Country The girls' cross country team had an excellent season, finishing with a 5-3 record. The efforts of the team towards the Suburban League Championship were hampered by the injuries of several key runners. The team then concentrated much of their training towards the State Divisions, in which they impressively placed fourth. Coach Peter lVlartin's support and enthusiasm encouraged all runners to achieve their personal goals. Co-captains Amy Fitzgibbon and Beth DeRosier kept alive the Tiger spirit. Senior Elizabeth Natale dominated the girls' cross country scene by capturing first place in both the State Divison I and All- State Meet, which led her to be chosen Boston Globe's Runner of the Year. NataIe's first place finish in the nationals in New York, and a fourth place finish in the Junior Nationals in California, clearly illustrate that she is one of the top runners in the nation. Amy Fitzgibbon turned in her strongest cross country season of her three at North. Her continually high placing in meets led her to be chosen as a Suburban League All-Star. Her season was highlighted by placing 14th in the State Divisions and her trip to St. Louis to run in the Junior Olympics cross lst Row: CL to RJ Capt. Amy Fitzgibbon, Kathy Fulk, Ellen Quinlan. 2nd Row: CL to RD Liz Capt. Beth DeRosia, Jennifer Slack, Kay Mann, Jennifer Teig. country meet. Beth DeRosier had a successful season in which she accomplished a personal record for the Newton North Course and for training new team members. Hard working seniors, Emily Gaudet and Liz Premo, junior Ellen Quinlan, and sophomore Jennifer Teig were vital parts in many victories. Sophomores Jennifer Slack and Kathy Fulk were hard-working and dedicated runners who are expected to lead the team next year. Although Lisa Lyons was unable to compete due to an injury her spirit led her to be chosen next year's captain. The team also looks forward to the return of Kay Mann and Leona Adler 1 ' i KE x U f , , ?. . fp - :ig iix w 'N "ga 'A -. 'N , .X s f .4 'vw - by 1 , Nu .yxhb U ea '- . ,EW I .wx 2 , -Q. A "V . j 'Wg H, f . - ,. , . 1 ,I 'uw .s J S' ., vr, -uf hw ' Q , 1 K , 11' X - , . -' xi: 'K , Niven ,:, K N . 7s , . A Q QQ, A . A A ' ' , A X , , , xg-gn' 1. 4 ' " , , ffif? ,A".:, ,tu A. sa. Q ' , 4 .39 4 Q, V .. ks kv Y , .. :I VA. i .. 'Sf M PW , ' 1 w...,4a 1, 'K . ff. ?fv,k.5f . 2 v , . i'1't5'f-'Q h' ' - 'T ,. -...f llbfv " M9 i' ,,. X 3 L ' s 0 . . ' Q -ginfllglg n ,fu I Eff! yn. ,1 8 "'f? . , - X uf, 5 1 1 ' Vx Mg. "' ' Q1 f A wwf ff X" 1' ami! V x , it v1lL .x,MMf5:x - . ' ,Q f f' ww vfzfvgy ww, ' ,, nn aiiff f a."' ' 5 'f' ,M -h"""'-AL. A 1 - N Nffwumwvfwmmn i ,V N , lx . hlhg . FU7 wo A 'g 4.,.NA 1 'V 4 Xsl -....-.Q f 1 z 'F .. is", QQ xxx .md f F "f v:,- 5? v F.fWA. iiafi Y, , '. ? 5 1A :uf'.?i fff fQf 01? . E ff U, ..fff,.,, . l . 41 4.4azii'7ff?W f1,j'if' if ji!! ,ff ' f, ,ff f . '. ' xQi 1 1 Q' L. .S vl I . 5 --...M 1... X. Never before has a Newton North Volleyball team won the Suburban League Championship. Under the coaching of Massachusett Volleyball Coach of the Year, Jay Cradle, the Tigers won the League Title. The high point of the season was a victory over Cambridge which assured North of the Suburban Title. Major factors in the success were the closeness and total commitment of the team. From orange wedges during the games to balloons at the banquet, every moment was special. The team, consisting of seven seniors and a sophomore, played as a unit. Although the Tigers will be left with one returning varsity member after graduation, next year's team hopes to return to the top in the same Cinderella style of their 1981 predecessors. lv, AJ, 'Tj ,gf it ,A , '-.59 -. Newton 2 North Quincy s ' 1 Newton 1 Brockton 2 Newton 2 Waltham - 0 Newton O Quincy 2 Newton 2 Brookline 0 Newton 2 Cambridge 1 Newton 2 Newton South' 0 Newton 2 North Quincy 1 Newton 2 Brockton 0 Newton 2 Waltham 1 Newton 2 Quincy 0 Newton 2 Cambridge 1 Newton 2 Brookline 0 O0 Final Record 11-2-0 Volleyball nm- ,N l i Bottom Row: QL to RJ Elissa Weltz. Middle Row: CL to RD Ginger Zukowski, Sonya Yee, Marcia Zukowski. Top Row: CL to RJ Coach Cradle, Midge Connolly, Megan Guiney, Capt. Amy Merritt, Rachel Scott. 1 i l l I i I l l l l I l l i Fr' l i ll l i l l This year's golf team was optimistic and expected high results. Although disappointed at the end of the season with two final losses, the team succeeded finishing with an impressive 6-2 record. Coach Jack Neville thought that this year's team had strength and depth, and these losses were both unexpected. The team was led by senior Captain Kevin Campbell, Raul Shainian, John Drew, Mike Burns, Jim Jepson, Tim McCarthy, Phil Russell, and Bruce Corwin, Seniors Raul Shainian and Kevin Campbell were voted to the Suburban League team. Next year's team seems optimistic. Key players returning will be juniors Mike Burns, John Drew, and Phil Russell. Newton 160 Quincy 170 Newton 112 North Quincy 116 N ewton 171 Weymouth , 192 Newton 170 Brockton ' Q 163 Newton 161 Cambridge A,,' ff 192 Newton 157 Weymouth' So." 181 Newton 191 Waltham ' 211 Newton 160 Brookline 159 102 Final Record: 6-240 Golf lst Row: CL to RJ Timmy McCarthy, Michael Burns. 2nd Row: CL to Rl John Drew, Stephen Baxter, Kevin Campbell, Bruce Corwin, Paul Shainian, Jim Jepson, Coach Jack Neville, 1 i I A 1 . -'X X 34-Q' , ,.-. ,A , L Nav, We . . 45?-no -44 - X XXX '- .riff "Rt: -4 .Y Y . Qffififit. - Q C , .- gl i y 1 Q' r i LJ S 631,11 2 I WQQQWWWZ 1 -, ., Q 4411. 5' Qf'41jQz X , fx I A-fe. 3 ,I 7 U 5 , F., 'asf ,, 3144, 5231. ,. , - mg.. 4 51 'H ' gf: gikgg- M' 'J fn . ' F: 1' 1 1 1 K IJ Q- fab, T A.. nymhnn in .rf-.f uf .Q-wma 'QIWV F 103 This year's field hockey team's main objective was to gain experience in game play, greatly inspired by their motto "lt's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game." The team succeeded in doing so led by co-captains Sheila O'Brien and Patricia Thomas. The team, coached by Celeste Myers, ended their season with a 2- 10-3 record. The record, however, does not portray the team's continuous effort and their respect for fellow teammates. This respect resulted in a unity and team spirit that held them together throughout the season. The season's highlights were a tie with the previous state champions, Weston, and their two victories over Newton South with which they captured the much deserved title of "City Champs." Newton 1 Wayland 4 Newton 1 Weston 4 Newton 1 Lincoln Sudbury 2 Newton 1 Acton 2 Newton 1 Concord 1 Newton 3 Newton South O Newton 1 Bedford 1 Newton 1 Wayland 3 Newton 0 Lincoln Sudbury 1 Newton O Acton 4 Newton 1 Concord 2 Newton 4 Newton South O Newton O Bedford 1 Newton 1 Brookline 2 4 Field Hockey Front Row: QL to RJ Capt. Sheila O'Brien, Capt. Tricia Thomas. Middle Row: CL to RJ Diana Selig, Cathy Weitz, Audrey Garfield, Pattie Hunt, Ines Vitug, Marianne Fay, Katie Ridge, Anne Larson, Erica Foisy. Back Row: CL to RJ Joan Lin, Elizabeth Mullen, Laurel Sgan, Meg Chisholm, Carol Mar- tin, Tracy Thomas, Jenny Greenberg, Cindy Smith, Wendy Litman, Lisa Litman, Laura Locke, Miriam Tuckman, Coach Celeste Myers. IY,amfal'e2- X13 i i I., lx ,-pr o K 1 if . I l 4 i l av 5Y""'9l ,Q vi' Y U - --.q-ny 'Mama '95, ' wh' ' 4 Jer?" f. awww-vv-"' QQ s ' GIRLS' SWIMMING The 1981 Girls Swim Team, under the direction of coaches Colleen White and Ben Merritt, had one of the most successful seasons in the team's history. Under the leadership and motivation of co-captains Eve Mazzola and Laura Collins, the entire team worked hard to achieve an outstanding record of 7-1, finishing second to Brockton in the Suburban League. Each swimmer contributed individually by intense dedication and responsibility, and as a whole by strong support for fellow teammates. This forms a powerful unity and demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship. Head Coach White prepared the team well with her knowledge, experience, and the super enthusiasm for which she is well known. Mrs. White was named Coach of the Year by the Boston Globe. Coach Ben Merritt provided critical assistance to the swimmers with his vast knowledge of stroke techniques and skillfully trained the divers to achieve high point scores. Tigers' 3 top divers will be returning next year. The conclusion of the 1981 season means losing top seniors: Ann Bishop, Kathy Blouin, Laura Collins, Katy Cunning, Nicole Fractman, Katy King, Eve Mazzola, Sauna Murray, Anna Nicholes, Debby Robinson, and Debby Wolfson. It also means the return in 1982 of strong swimmers: Lisa Dunn, Mimi Golden, and co-captains elect, Lynn Mann and Stephanie Meyers. A large number of promising upcoming juniors will provide the needed depth. Newton 130 Newton 123 Newton 90 Newton 75 Newton 110 Newton 100 tif '-fton 108 Ne 'in 97 Quincy 38 Cambrdige 41 Brookline 82 Brockton 96 Weymouth No. 62 Weymouth So. 71 No. Quincy 64 Waltham 68 A ' 1st Row: CL to Rb Ellen Bresnahan Cmanagerj, Amy Simon, Stephanie Waxman, Janet Reagan, Laura Cedrone, Claire Heineman, Stephanie Meyers, Beth Vendice, Lynn Mann. 2nd Row: CL to RJ Coach Colleen White, Katie King, Lori Feinstein, Anna Nicholes, Capt. Eve Mazzola, Debbie Robin- son, Catherine Herrin, Mimi Golden. 3rd Row: CL to Rb Sonia Murrow, Debbie Wolfson, Janet Quigley, Nikki Fraktman, Debbie Wolfe, Kathy Blouin. 4th Row: CL to Rl Terry Quinn, Eliza Edwards, Santina Mezzetti, Capt. Laura Collins, Donna Lawrence, Sally Cunning, Katie Cunning. 5th Row: CL to RJ Julie Tauton, Ann Bishop, Amy Benson. Maura Harrington, Carrie Ford. I A' 5 I Z i?7fff'H4?'4f3giffi5?' ' ' 5? K ', A . x21 1 Swarm' Dx P x I WF2 .Rx an 3 .gm 15 F ,. 'xg WEB 49' 'S lil' X 4 Q '3 :Q-fs- . YE ' 'fi.":a2" 1 ' ilgff , I L lj' t I 'sill llrf' ' I "AW 31 .E E24 33' P guru'-pf I 'Z' X 5125?,:ggcgx 11? Q , 3, X 24 3355: fx, Nm. X A 6-1 league record, 8-2 overall, placed the Boy's swim team second in the powerful Suburban league. Lead by co-captains Tom Chin and Phil Richmond, the team started practicing in early September, which paid off with the Tigers having a great deal of depth in all events. The Tigers swept through both last year's league champion - Brookline - and individual meet champion - North Quincy. Throughout the season strong individual performances were turned in by seniors Russell Bradley, Will Heesplink, Thorton Burgess, and Charles Suitor. Some outstandingjuniors were Rick Bishop and Richard Dore. Bishop set two school records: 1152.7 in the two hundred, and 5202.6 in the five hundred. The Diving team was lead by talented seniors Steve Kelley, Kevin Feeney, and John Sprague. Craig Turner was a strong sophomore diver, and was a large asset to the team's success. oys' Swimming Front Row: Cindy Chin, Rosemary Hinteregger Second Row: I to r: Troy Veale, David Agronat, John Sprague, Tom Chin, Doug Nelson, Russell Bradley, Kevin Negrotti, Matt Pellows, Andy Cancellieri, Chip Burgess. Third Row - I to r: Mary Murphy, Kermit Cole, Asst. Coach Ben Merrit, Mark Weinfeld, Kevin Feeney, Phil Richmond, Dan Klerman, Steven Kelley, Larry Zeiff, Ricky Dore, Ed Rubin, Chuck Suitor, George Goldston, Will Heespelink, Chris Toole, Coach Dr. Chris Jones, Mike Chao, George Wing, Craig Turner, Rob Young, Peter MacDonald, Rick Morrissey. Missing: Ricky Sheehan. i f . , -. ' i l X j Q 2 5 l 'f ' 7 7 ' t i'-lil 'F l .,., 1 - 3 ' 7 Newton 95 North Quincy 74 Newton 97, . Quincy 75 Newton 100 Arlington 68 Newton 93 Brookling 78 Newton Exeter 80 Newton 87 Cambridge 68 Newton ' Wellesley 81' Newton 93 Waltham 78 Newton 74 Winchester 98 gg, Newton 78 Brockton 93 110 Final Record: 8-2-0 EW T 1 4. ., , as W "bf cw 5, . Wim ma, K, 'V Under new head coach Mark Lech and assistant coach Joe Morella the boy's indoor track team had another excellent year. They finished with a record of 7- 1, and in a three-way tie for the Suburban League Championship with Weymouth South and Brockton. The only defeat of the season was a 37-49 loss to Brockton. The Tigers were led by co- captains Billy Drew in the 600, and George Fulk in the mile. The two mile was covered by seniors Paul Partridge, Ted Burke, Tony Leary, and David Kagan. In the IOOO the Tigers had the excellent duo of senior Tom Carleo and junior Paul Passavant. Senior Todd Guber and sophomore Finn Yonkers were outstanding in the 300. ln the dash the Tigers had senior Mike Abbruzzese and junior Ralph Davis. Juniors John Drew and Paul Wessel were the Tigers hurdlers. The field events were well covered for the Tigers with seniors Kevin Troy and Bruce MacDonald in the shotput and senior Lew Hunter in the high jump. Promising underclassmen include junior Gerard McHugh and sophomore Nick Leary in the Boys' Indoor Track Q4 Front Row: Nick Leary, Gerard McHugh, David Kagan, Mark O'Lalor, Billy Drew, George Fulk, Paul Passa- vant, Tommy Carleo, Paul Partridge, Second Row: Steve Kasher, Stanley Ward, Doug McGetchen, John Harrison, Benton Burgess, Tony Leary, Fred Fogg, Michael Kater. Third Row: Coach Mark Leach, Ted Burke, Bruce McDonald, Fred DeLicandro, Finn Yonkers, Dave Barndt, Tim Peeney, Lew Hunter, Sean Feeney, Paul Wessel, John Drew, Kevin Troy, Carl Winkler, Eddie Tafe, Todd Guber, Asst. Coach Joe Morrelo. mile. ' ' , 4 ' 'r'F is T ,o g 4 ., . .. 1 . .T , y , kg H: V, Newton 73 Weymouth '13 " I 3 Newton 64 Waltham 22 T J Newton 63 Quincy . 11 ' Newton 37 Brockton I 49 -. Newton 62 Cambridge A 24 Newton 57 North Quincy 29 Newton 53 Weymouth South 32 Newton 58 Brookline Final Record: 7-1-O ,jf m w The girls indoor track team ran, jumped, and threw its way to an unexpected 6-2 record. They tied for second inthe Suburban league along with Brockton and Weymouth South. The team consisted of 30 girls coached by Peter Martin and Fred Freelow. The tri-captains were seniors Amy Fitzgibbon, Jenny Greenberg, and Elizabeth Natale. The team was continually outstanding in the high jump and hurdles, with Amy Merritt and Greenberg. The distance events had much depth and experience. Natale paced to a 4:52 to win the New England TAC Championship in the mile. She also won the mile in the state coaches Invitational meet while Fitzgibbon placed 7th in 5:14. Renee Jones, and Marianne Warren dominated the sprints, while junior, Margaret May, and sophomore Valerie Holmes were major competitors in the 600, 300, and the relay. The team will lose many seniors, but should remain successful due to the strength of its sophomores and juniors. Newtonffgdl ewton ewton f Newton Girls' Indoor Track T . J 41' Q A ., J w , Y .bf 'fry 7 f ,i an i , " 'lgg' .ix Q .GQ .45 ' lst Row: Lisa Prosser, Renee Jones, Elissa Weltz, Leora Adler, Kathy Fulk, Val Holmes. 2nd Row: Jennifer Slack, Marcia Zukowski, Tricia Matale, Penny Caldicott, Diane Casey, Marianne Warren, Emily Gaudet! Jennifer Tieg. 3rd Row: Laura Locke, Lori Feinstein, Erica Foisy, Sandy Cohen, Lisa Lyons, Kay Mann.: Marylou Lane, Elizabeth Premo. 4th Row: Coach Martins, Amy Merritt, Jenny Greenberg, Kathy Durkinp Liz Natale, Amy Fitzgibbon, Yael Spector, Margaret May, Coach Freelow. fs nur, 'if'-A 1 JE Z' 1- frs. l mm wth? 0515 W l 4 . l .al .eil X 4' X 3 Jf '- i A fir. ,fvif 8 f v A ., W 4, A ww ff ' U, ' if ' 1 3 H , it1. 5x,jv ' Y. W v11g4.q.f'Ru..ff qf,g4gi'V.:.1.aN A. 'W ' 1 1 W 1 rf . M 'Sa-'Wk s ...,...,.2 ........ lp fl F' 3, nv- fa 'W , ' :INA . 4 , fi u -? .,,., ., F' .WV ' ,V 'WK 39 Boys' Basketball Many times a win-loss record is looked upon as the only measure of successg however, there are times when the number of victories takes a back seat to the hard work and determination in making a program successful. For the 1980-82 boys' basketball team this is one of those times. The Tigers finished their season with a frustration 1-17 record, frustration in the way that nine of the losses came by seven points or less. Junior guard John Humphrey led the team in scoring, averaging 13 points a game from his backcourt position. Senior captain Paul Vaccaro controlled the North offense from his point- guard position as he displayed poise and leadership throughout the season. Senior center Scott Olson showed his ability on both ends of the court averaging 10 points and 9 rebounds a game. Junior forward Deane Nlorreale showed that alot of heart can overcome any size disadvantage as he averaged 6 rebounds a game in his battles with opposing big men. Junior guard Marc Coppola, though forced to play three different positions throughout the year, finished the year as the tigers third leading scorer with an 8 point average. Senior forward Chuck Hayes split the season as a starter and North's sixth man as he averaged 7 points and 4 rebounds a game. Other members of the squad included senior Ted Shapiro, Juniors Bruce Corwin and Jim Berrigan and Sophomores Duffy Plunkett and Robert Nusbaum. QXVNAE :, Newton Quincy Newton Weyinouth South Newton Walthaim Newton Newton,,South Newton ' ,,l.4Nofrth Quincy Newton ' , Bjookling Newton SQ' f Newton South Q25 Newton 51 "'r'B'r6ckton Newton 60, Cambridge--r f 4 ' Newton S Wgiyrnoyyth North Newton 38 Quineyrf' , Newton 29 .Weymouth South Newton 62 Waltham Newton 34 North Quincy Newton 42 Brookline i Final Record' 1-O-14 .WW fmt my Front Row: QL to RJ Ted Shapiro, John Humphrey, Paul Vaccaro, Roger Nusbaum, Mark Coppola. Second Row: Coach Phillips, Bruce Corwin, Chuck Hayes, John Coppola, Dean Morreale, Scott Olson, Asst. Coach Walker. . . f 2. fdlfft pi!-2' iiaf ' ' s 48 my x - 'gli' --it yi Q lx 1 ,Lk F I X s.?f, SQ N , Lmig gy ' me I x . ' Girls' Basketball The girls basketball team started the season with two returning starters from last year's state championship team. The team was led by all-star co- captains Debbie Quinn and Jenna Lammers. Quinn was the Suburban league's leading scorer and Lammers was the premier play-making guard. Back from last year's team also were senior forward Tina McCabe, guard Dianne Russell, guard Stephanie Stoyanoff, and guard Lori Goldenberg, who was lost in midseason due to knee surgery. New comers were junior forward Beth Kelley, senior guard Mona Calderone and sophomore forward Kathy Maguire. Despite some serious injuries to key performers, the tigers pulled together to again be one of the top teams in the Suburban League. Special thanks go to coaches Allyson Toney and Michael Foye for all their hard work this season and to Manager George Stoyanoff for helping. Newton Quincy 32 Newton Weymouth South 36 Newton ' Waltham 37 Newton Westwood 47 Newton North Quincy 46 Newton Brookline 33 Newton Brockton 50 Newton Cambridge 61. Newton Weymouth'North 50 Newton Quincy 32 Newton Weymouth South 46 Newton Waltham 34 Newton North Quincy i 51 Newton Brookline 39 Newton Brockton 44 Newton Cambridge 42 Newton Weymouth North 40 Front Row: CL to RJ Patty McGrath, Jackie Dillon, Jenna Lammers, Debbie Quinn, Stephanie Stoyanoff, Tina Gentile. 2nd Row CL to R5 Kathy Maguire, Tina McCabe, Beth Kelly, Ramona Calderone, Diane Russell, coach Allyson Toney. ii 41 G-QQJLJ "Sf-z.. X1 BR P12511 V, I UINE1 Boys' Gymnastics This year's Boy's Gymnastics team had a very successful season despite the fact that they were lacking in members. The season ended much more successfully than expected due to the devotion and skill of the team's members. Some of the season's highlights were a 79-72 victory over Attleboro and a 84-70 win over Brockton. Sophomore Kenny Haller was a high scorer all around, closely followed by senior Bill Jordan. However, the unified team spirit was an important factor in pulling them through the season with a 4-7 record. Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton 1 I Salem' Methuen Attleboro Brockton Wellesley Northll 90 Bridge-Raynlqam 76 90.8 Quincy ' 12 B 94.8 Wayland ' 1 100.9 Newton South 96. Final Record: 4-6 " 120 l 5 .2F Under the direction of new head coaches Delay and Cullinan, the 1982 Gymnastics season was one of individual skill development. Although statistics do not show a winning record, all of its members improved immensely in their gymnastic abilities. Outstanding seniors were Candice Dickinson and Co- Capt. Rachel lnker on the balance beam, Carolyn Burns, and Carissa Dickinson on the uneven bars, and Dee 0'Connor and Co-Capt. Debbie Glick on the floor exercise. Junior Stephanie Meyers also contributed greatly to the team on the vault. The team feels that this year was one of rebuilding and with the help of promising sophomores and juniors they are projecting a winning season next year. Newton 84 North Quincy 93 Newton 86.3 Brockton 112.9 Newton 90.5 Weymouth South . 47.6 l Newton 94 Weymouth North 122 Newton 94 Brookline 116 Newton 94.05 Bridgewater - Raynham 94.45 Newton 85.9 Quincy 87.7 Newton 74.35 Wayland p 88.75 is Newton 98 Newton South 102 . Girls' Gymnastics x Q ,N """1 X mg' First Row: CL to RJ Coach Ms. Cullinan, Kappy D'Allaire, Darlene Turner, co-capt. Rachel Inker, co-capt. Deb- bie Glick, Rachel Heckscher, Debbie Katz. 2nd Row: Coach Mr. Delay, Cindy Linnehan, Carolyn Burns, Allison McHugh, Stephanie Meyers, Beth Vendice, Debbie Rosenberg. 3rd Row: Carissa Dickinson, Candice Dickinson, Dee O'Connor, Jennifer Carmel, Jane Justice, Karni Segal, Jenny Dias. , Q 5 QL M vm' 6411 T s ""' 'J ""'i'-v' 'gil 'M-1 g...- 3 +3 Nbvm -x 04? 13" , The Newton North wrestling team, despite its inexperience, showed much maturity and growth. Wrestling is a sport in which strength as well as skill is vital for success. The Newton season was highlighted by a strong effort against Waltham, a top suburban league contender. Although the team fell short by 3 points, keeping it close until the end, the team showed that there was alot of talent just beginning to bloom. Strong performers who carried the team throughout most of the season, were the co-captains, Paul Bresnahan, Marc Cohen, Al Fortune, and Chris Noble. Their leadership and dedication molded the team together. Other fine performers were senior Bill Morrissey, juniors Lee Butera, John Bresnahan and sophomore Mark Fabian. Next year's team looks very promising with seven returning starters. Wrestling cv. !1"x1' .C page , Q... - i Front Row: QL to RJ Tommy Keefe, captain Paul Bresnahan, Chris Noble, captain Marc Cohen, captain Al Fortune, Scott Burns. 2nd Row: CL to RJ Asst. coach Norm Walker, Mike Krieder, John Bresnahan, David Stanley, Bill Morrissey, Leo Butera, David Carvelli, Mark Fabian, asst. coach E. A. Morgan. 6, xv GM .Y.M 'av L, x-sxfk hi xx - -.X ull Na+ Wins.. The 1982 Hockey team, lead by captain Paul Howley, combined the ability and experience of returning seniors with the talents of an outstanding group of sophomores. Despite the record, the Tiger skater played solid hockey throughout the season, as evidenced by a tie with Weymouth North and two one-goal losses to Brookline - both teams were state powerhouses. Howley, along with seniors Larry Kelley and John Stewart, showed the way with their leadership. Newton North's balanced-scoring attack included seniors Ray Dunn, Kevin Connell and Mark Antonellis, who all made strong contributions. Sophomores John Butterworth and Tom Ryan took their places among the team's leading scorers. The defense, anchored by the steady play of senior Ken Healey, improved tremendously as the season progresses, while senior Joe Santangelo's spirit and hustle was also a major plus. Three year starter Bob lncorvati gave a consistently outstanding effort in goal, with able assistance from Bob Mazzola. Although the future is bright with the returning group of talented and experienced players, the contribution made by this year's seniors will long be remembered. Special thanks should be made to coaches Don Crowley, John Powers. and Dick Fletcher, whose time and effort made the season worthwhile and enjoyable. il" t ton 3 l Brookline Qs wton 5 N35 Quinc g3Newton 3 'VI f th Newton 12 , , "ffj' g j Elf Newton 1 J f "' .,? i t-If 3 Newton 3 C Newton 3 "' 1' h outh lilewton 3 of y Newton 3 r Bmokling Newton 7 North Quincy K Newton 7 Cambridge Newton 3 Waltham A ' ,itgh - 25g Brockton ? 1 A in U Tiff, .3 New gf' if Final i 2 126 Hockey ,, if ,emi wif , D. ,fy . gf Nunn, , Wu A NEVT ' gens 5 it H Ip H ' X ' .WTS UBTI3 HTG, N X K! U 9 tix NDBTHN H FF 'WW 4 First Row - I to rz Kevin Connell, Larry Kelly, Ray Dunn, Bobby Mazzola, Capt. Paul Howley, Bob- by lncrovati, John Stuart, Joe Santangello, John Butterworth. Second Row - I to r: Asst. Coach Dick Fletcher, Asst. Coach John Powers, Billy Chisolm, Jeff Cutter, Chris Pachus, Mark Antonellis, John Hicky, David Buckley, Ken Healey, Tom Grady, Paul Boudreau, Tommy Ryan, Tommy Whiting. 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X , ,,,, Q5 I VQ X MZWQ . , .nunuL Row: CL to RD Julie Pollack, Amy Janower, Joanne Ryan, Patty Downey, Paula Pini, Margaret Marianne Fay, Charlene Martel, Kim Lienward, Linda Davis, Missing: Teresa Vaccaro, Vaccaro, Ann Marie Fontano. . T' dl' lx -E 5 -:if sg 'J W, 1 .f 'C CSN .. 1 w.......23 I-Awiff 1 'L-f ' 3 4 'bf Y-QX 33 .x ,ah 'X -, Q .A .fx .A-.. 1-s..--N X- Liv, qtscxg N 37, fx, X52 ' ' f xr- x x - ' ' . if"sff'n-' , 1!d?'V-1'N.3'Q?i ' , QM 1' , ' X A Y -W, 4 ' ' f E, X 2 X , Xl N ft:- . .5 1,55 -sr IQ K P" D--ir was 0 YK W Qi' I .gf ,17 wt ,' v'-f 2 ,," 'll' ,z , I f, ffffff ff f lf! ' 'tba' fi If O X4- ,ff ff F5 I A-. .fo!4,o,n,n xfffw, U 1. ww '-N, .yi I my V 1? X M P1 ng 'YD , -'DQ Av-x X I al fqwfv' ,,-lg Mp? "'!wfa' 318. , ...M 9 '46 ,. 'Ch 'lx ' Q , 'A . 1 .. Pl 'iw E !'.pf'., A M", 1 x gi, fhoggx 1 -a -P" 'UW ,S X'-at Jb- .-.f V' in 'lr- -.5 i 5 Y ffgkfkx NRS XT XXXXWFW WW Y Q 541 f gif' 'Q W1 'MWA I IM In X, X X xii f N f iw' -1' was Michael Abbruzzese 22 Falmouth Rd, Newton Warren, Barry, college Remembers' Beef, swillber, AL. RF, DR, RH, MP, MD, AH, Foot- ball, 2, 3 Lax, Third Lot, Party at Peps. I'll never forget the Brockton and Waltham games. 10711781 + 11f14f81, :14O, Jen, BD thanks for everything Mrs, K PM fi- Lisa Virginia Adams 17 Langdon St. Newton Bigelow, RileY' college t'In dreams begin respon- sibilities" TOURSWoodlawn - SHOWS! ROCCOSISTERS! CheerleadingLuv2LaurieChrisDe bEG WLCSBDJT 4 Madd 4 at BURMA! KAWASAKI! Luv to M + D Thanx Cap Prom wfMP + HV 678781 - Someone special- Timmy l.L,Y. .5 x ' 1 ff' s 11 .! Gail Abelow 166 East Side Parkway, Newton Bigelow, Riley. college "The world is full of kings and queens who blind your eyes and steal your dreams lt's Heaven and Hell" tBlack Sabbath. Remember ER during lunch at MD's running back to class twe never made ity TRANNY 82 9-as-T., . , , 10 David Agranat 41 Lombard St., Newton f J' 3 Keith S, Alpert 701 Boylston St .Newton Highlands Louis Altieri 1659 Washington St., West Newton 1' 'nur 3 Marc A. Abrams 38 Araphoe Rd., West Newton Warren, Barry, college Remembers: AC, MG, The class of 81, and anyone who takes time to look at this picture, and AG for letting me put this in at the last minute, Peter Aisenberg 192 Evelyn Rd., Waban Weeks, Barry, college "Live up each moment to its fullest because it will be gone before you realize it's here then all it will be is a memory." ,, ' " 2 "Mx ., .,p. w -,.,. al Mark Amatangel 320 Chestnut St., West Newton Warren, Beals,college BARN, CAPE WOLFPACK STATUE SAM N-CLUB SPlRO'S SANDY PHONEBOOTH MODELUN REVELATION BRAEBURN SHOPPING SHLIEFERS MOTHER FATHER BOONA SOCCER TENNIS BAR- RON. EBAY. STUMBELS, TC. GM,WHO, MM, RB,JS, IDOS Kathleen A. Adams "Kathy" 47 Newtonville Ave., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college Remember the good times, Susan, Eileen, Carol, Lynda, SM, SM, KH, MH, JS, EG, JB, TY, MS- JA, FFFF, SPEB. "Sad Eyes" Oreo's at 4:00 am?? Swim Eileen Swim!! HNIGHTLY ROUNDS!" Honest CC! Thanx Mom and Dad. "POCAHONTAS" I X Stuart Alford 16 Commonwealth Pk., Newton Centre Weeks, Barry, college Some folks trust to reason, others trust to might. I don't trust to nothin' but I know it come out right. - Grateful Dead In the world according to Garp we are all terminal cases. Meg Ansty 121 Randlett Pk., West Newton Day, Riley, college Jan, Claire VW! TB SUM 81 WB TM BG VC acs Spit Gif dbl MIL Whoops Macers pepsi Dom OC ML friends ducks Johns roo 12578 Turn the Page All My love to Angelo Those are the memories that make me a wealthy soul tl' Royal Wedding ,If Varsity Football 8-2 tt' 8:15 Homeroom tl' l Audrey Anthony 52 Warren Rd., Waban Weeks, Adams, college Happiness to all my friends. Fondest thoughts, past and pre- sent of Lee. June 17, 1980 Pan- da and Boo-Boo, 8f7f81g Hyan- nis. CCMJ, Greek Club. Terri Arcuri 38 White Oak Rd., Waban Warren, Bacon Meryl, Alba, Claudia Ann, Cuz, KG, MA, JM, LH, LC, CC, PH, DL. MD, LD, JD - 69 - ROSES, yotehskmehBEAR, strut-HUG- DorrsBalIoons, Cape 7-3-81 Zoo, Elm Rd., Deon! Pop! Have a good one another first, Dunks - PS I Never Did - Carolyn Bacon 101 Withington Rd., Newtonville Day, Barry, undecided I will never forget all the good times I had with Mary and Can- dy. I want to wish Lynda and Rob good luck in the future. Remember: FF MA KN SB SM BN TM BC "Give Peace a chance" John Lennon Always Randy ix Mark D. Antonellis 9 West Pine St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college Remembers: Tom, Steve, Harry, Philip, Paul, Neal, Freddy, Leona, Solid times with Norty Good times with Donna football, Hockey, Lacrosse, Summer of ..81., Iv... Michele Art 68 Austin St., Newtonville Day, Undecided You can't lose something you love if you keep it in yourl heart forever. Good times: Housepar- ties, Snowstorms, Maine, Thanks for being here Judy, you too, Louie. Barry gang, FF Peter, MA, PA, Jessica ii? 1 Denice Banks 374 Winchester St., Newton Highlands ff" Christina M. Arcese 361 Waban Ave., Waban Day Abraham Lincoln, Botoga Columbia, college "Enjoy each day don't dwell on tomorrows for tomorrows may be too late." Happiness and good luck to everyone! Spanish and International Club, Palmer House Council ff? Annette M. Auciello "FUNI", "Nettles" 16 Fairview St., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college REM: JJLKJCJLSCKHJM Pinball Walking Arnd "M+M", NICKNAMES! Shh! Monte Carlo, PS, CARDS WINDSURFING, N.H, HOMEROOM. WANNA PLAY FRISBEE? ART WHEN U STOP DREAMING U STOP LIVING! DRUMS ROCKnROLL GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!! ,Ag A 5. ., .,,, Z TT., . , ,mg I ,... , ,.,. ..,. 1 .. .-, .. , ,,.. ,A V, .4 ,.i, , V, f V . W v . ,, 4 ,.. , V if 'sw ,Vx f , .- ,W sn ,..- , I, in - Iv l 1 R. Kirsten Barbee North Carolina Warren, Adams, success Thanks to Petra, Tom, Palli, Ellen, Maureen for keeping me whole. Strong affections for Bearnie and for hugging me when I needed it. Love to the no-minds of '81 and '82 3 Melanie Arciz 201 Highland St., West Newton Weeks, Riley, college Good luck to all my good friends who I had such a good time with during these past years, All my love to my mother, father, and sister Jodi, Thanks for everything! T17 ,AA , x 3 David H. Autor 91 Bishopsgate Rd., Newton Centre Bigelow, Adams, Psychology To willful men, the injuries that they themselves procure must be their school masters - Shakespeare Remember Marc, Pete, Kirk, Mike, Ricardo, the Trip, Cruisin' GTO, sailing, Pizza, Crazy! , , I David Baron 60 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville Day, Barry, Yale - Geology I remember BR, RH, KH, MG, DT, LR, PS, AC, SH, MF, MM. HH, Percy Turner, Geology Club, Math Team, Chem labs "A man's reach should exceed his grasp, Or what's a heaven for?" - R. Browning 'I' WCOZ 'I' Knickers 'I' Luke and Laura Marry 'I' Dynasty 'I' Christine Barry 43 Williston Rd., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college Best of times with Lydia, Katy, Sue, Sharon, Melissa, Teresa. Lori, Tom, Unkie J., TB, AM, KD, DD, KF, JM, SS, CB, S and JD, JK, Oscar, All the bunnies, Goober, Cappy, soccer, 10f31f81, 3343. Summer of 81, ARE YOU THERE? WOOF! X Jessica Bartman 10 Oakwood Rd., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college To Lose Touch, We Do Not Know The Meaning - Julie. Sue, Mark 81 Summer at Plymouth! The Best! Hey Mark, At Least! Mom and Dad, I Love You! Mark, In Our Life We May Drift, But What We've Had is Quite a Gift! Stephen Beaudet 27 Chesterfield Rd., West Newton Warren, Adams, college REMEMBER CHIP, SCOTT, DAVE, ROB, JANIE, ANN, DEVIN. ANYONE ELSE, ALWAYS REMEMBER DEB, COULDN'T FORGET U-NO-HOO REMEMBER THE PUMP-HOUSE, REEKIN' MOBILE. BUS RIDES, ESP. TOURS. BOY, AM I GLAD THAT'S OVER! ..,x Loretta Ann Barry 16 Melbourne Ave., Newtonville Day, Barry, college I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and l Love today. All my love Chuckie, Jeanne, Donna, Claire, ELfLGfJBfCfDag Remembers shung "The Mustang" Grem BK MMM 3 or 4 19+17 Hi! GOOD LUCK! Karen Bates 19 Milton Ave., West Newton Warren, Adams, college DAD, CAN I HAVE THE CAR? 86 A BALLOON! - WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER LE WEEKEND. COHEN, MRS MCDERMOTT, ANDLER, TAPLIN, GERSTEIN, SWUE AND LISA, PAT, SHEILA, SARAH, BONNIE, AA THE WEASEL AND THE POET. SATURDAYS AND PARTIES ..' 1 Y I '1'5-' 1 ,Q bfi. Kirsten Bergquist 118 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Day, Beals, workfcollege Our lives are only what we make them, Live them to their fullest The years have passed some slow some fast thank the Lord this is my last + Endless worries and growing hopes Thank you mom + Dad MAINE forever in my life some dreams do come true Rosemarie Battista 82 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college ALWAYS remember SapsDiane Kathy Marg Wen KB MS RH my other friends Parties H'Ween New Yrs. "Call Me" LIGHT The Brook ALB. Best of Luck to everyone, you deserve it! 10f23f81 TIMMY, THANKS and LOVE to M+D+L+B 'O 1, ' . 3 David Berkman 4 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre 'Wallin Michele Beasley 12 Woodbine St., Auburndale Warren, Barry, Tranny, college MY LOVE TO ERICA AND RICH. "I shall be telling this with a sigh sometime, ages and ages hence. Two roads diverged in a wood. and I took the one less traveled. Sur O Jil Of ,rv l I And that has made all the difference." iii if I xr. X , Michael Berman 61 Park Ave., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college Good times with JC, JS, KD, PR, JK, JL, DINO IMUA 'I' V.F.W. Parkway - Driveln 't McKee Dees 'I' Crutches "' Senior Slump '!' Mary Alison Berry 98 Fairway Dr., West Newton Day, Riley, college Love to Meg, my cellmate Bessie, partywalking with Sue- baby, New Silver, Queechee, B.F.D., Smash's Stars, Babo. Lynne, Cuda action, the Crest, Slambaozedll "The fight to become myself is a never ending battle." Ann Bishop 102 Lenox St., West Newton Beals, college is failure turned inside . . . Fond memories of om always. Remembers: The Nein, Els, Meg, Chris, JD, ST. Seb's wfC and M. RM. MB, SL, SC The Gamel, Good 1979-1982 IAN BLUMENSTEIN Cedar St., Newton Centre Beals, college The Wall, The Sattelite, cars on Friday night. parking tickets on n Ro. Roscoe and the ution ofthe world. B.H. ski trips. lRA'S. Vacuum. Here's to everyone everywhere. :sono Revol I G ff Sandy Bianchi 15 Lincoln Rd, Newton Day. Barry, work Good Times: Allison, Alleys, Ben- ches, Sum. 80, 81, Wymans, Kim, Sem, Sheila FF, MA, SP, Vec, MN, Sheila - AIDI? All- nightersfWB, Billy, CMBK Swam Lm, SB, LS, MM, FUZZ! 1st TripfKimba! White car fBuzzedJ ID! DOORS, Good Luck K + S! Theresa M. Bibbo 17 Kilburn Rd., West Newton Day, Barry, college Dancing, cheerleading Remembers: DD, LD, AL, LV, MC, DC, and everyone else, 19 + 21 special times with Nora and Donna Oct. 24, 579 "Life is only lived once so live it to the fullest." Summer of '81 Thanks Mom +Dad Peter Bloom 176 Highland Ave., Newtonville Scott Birnhak 56 Hartford St., Newton Day, Adams, college, Communications "Here is the News" Good times in Newton Excellent Friends Guy L11 Dan EL 'Linda' Jay The crew Blip "G" Times in Arcades Skiing, Rock concerts "Friday The 13th" 80 'lsn't Life just fun Luv Always Lynne' MA Kathleen Blouin "kathy" 82 Cherry St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college SWIMMING 1, 2, 3 GYMNASTICS 1, 2, 3 SC REP., "Red Flat," J + M, SUGARLOAF, BIKING, "Sum- mer 81", Good times - "The Moment May Be Temporary, But the Memory Lasts Forever" AK 'Einar' !""4f 'I' Rolling Stones Tour 'I' Rugby Shirts 'I' AWACS to Saudi Arabia 'I' ai. . I Stephanie Bode "Judy" 21 Gammons Rd., Waban Weeks, Palmer, life Allnighters Hamburg Supy Mackyruns PPP S Love to Riley girls Ed, JM, 32 - my little brother, Me, Nancy and Beacon Hill. As you are skipping through the forest of life watch out for trees and broken bottles! ff' 1 .. , " " 5424 155 , I 'w - 9 X fy J! l Louanne Boudrot 50 Robinhood St., Auburndale , tk ' 4' r' , A + - , 1' l X l X X 5 x l l, l X I Russell S, O. Bradley 121 Temple St, West Newton Warren, Riley. Yale RGS ll - 2, lll - 3, The Swim123Ben Doc Bench TT Tour MD. Spain! Learn what is not what should be. LB FAM3 Choir23 YFU Germany. I have become comfortably numb, PF 1 .f Michelle Deidre Borelll 819 Watertown St., West Newton Day, Barry, College THE BEST OF TIMES: Halloween '81 BLU!!! JAM Sherri Lori Dave Deb Bren- na - Brigs Moe A Buck Fifteen Italy Motorcades Lake C, Games The Cars Psyc - Chay HR. "Studies" The Club N-ville MSt ALL MY LOVE TO SAM .5 A1-,, vs. ' an' 'izvr Q Jeffrey Bowman 999 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Weeks, Barry, college Remember Soph MATH JUN HIST MATH V, TT, THEODORE Pete Mark Joel Stan Everyone else BYE 'N Howard L, Breslau 191 Valentine St., West Newton Warren, Riley, college Memories of NNHS2 The Waltham and Turkey Day games '81, Hangin' out in Riley lockers with Billy, Jay, Joel, and Big Larr, Great Times at HC and Usy with DW, MD, LG, VL, "BLUES" with ES and AW, Remember always Rl, Bye North! -or 3' Deborah Boswell 29 Kenilworth St., Newton Bigelow, Riley, college WHY?WHYNOT!HeIpIfai- ntrobinRunobody2? Yon- drShinesAuroraan- dThingsRNTastheyseemLov- rDream andMellfndITsumdy- JusMarriedDixHitherehiLindy SisBewopso1tBozPunkN- WJFSRNlLTSSergeiTra- dVRGndRndWelCom JW"LUNEDANCEC'ESTLAVIE f. I Janet Boudreau 60 Allison St., Newton Day, Palmer, college What is a friend? A friend is a person with whom you dare to be yourself. He does not want you to be better or worse. You can abuse him, neglect him, tolerate him. He understands. To all friends, thanks! 2-lf' 'lt The Career Center With Mrs. T and Mrs. D at GoGos 'l' Sony Walkman 'l' L i Eric E. Brown Paul Bresnahan 42 Grant St., West Newton Jill Robyn Brightman 58 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Barry, college I will always have special feelings when l think of the Summer of 80 with Paul 11f11f8O fun with Petra and DK, CF, CB, KA and others. Happy Times may come and go, but memories are forever. Thanx morn and dad Debra Brindley 96 Walker St., Newtonville 108 Ward St., Newton 'Q 'fl 'Ti "Oh, Darling!" A Dayana Brill 116 Crehore Dr , Newton Lower Falls Warren, Barry, college Annie Kris AJ. Laura Jess Lou Lis Mare CC Cb gl Needham cj PAT summer81 esp. 7f2O my generator! roadtrips Take your time, think a lot, for you will still be here tomorrow, but your dreams may not. CS. Nr' lt l rf if Mark Brotman 22 Howard St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college I will remember everyone for everything ... remember? remember what? Jennifer Brown X.1. ff .. 5. Q 5 is-is 37 King St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college REMEMBERS: PO GANG - MF, DAR, NC, CM, KM, TH, BR, WC, SA, LG, JF, MAMMA LEONE, PHYLIS, KATHY, AMY AND MlKEY WE MISS YA! KEN - TRIP TO ERNIE + NIAGRA FALLS. BERMUDA! KAREN, WE MADE IT! ALL MY LOVE TO CHUCKY - FOREVER! 8f26f78 Jonathan Brown Lesley E. Brown 161 Highland Ave., Newtonville 108 Ward St., Newton Day, Beals, college 'l' Clemson 111 College Football 12-0 'l' Bacon House Closes tl' Argyle Socks 'l' 4 Sherri Bruce 174 Walnut St., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college REMEMBERS KIM SALLY SUE LISA AL JANE RAY ALL THE GOOD TIMES. LOU CELLAR MARSHFLD, 4th July 81. TOM LOU JOEY CHUCK'S PLACE CC THE LOG THE VAN SUM. OF 80 BORED DOWN THE PARK. GOOD LUCK, LOVE ALWAYS TO MARIO. its Q 1173? I Brian M. Bullwinkle 15 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton Warren, Bacon, Navy REMEMBERS: JV BD KT BM GG ALL MY GOOD FRIENDS MAINE 81 GYMN 2 3 ACXDC DOORS WASTE OF TIME BEACHES 81 "I AM INTERESTED IN ANYTHING ABOUT REVOLT, DISORDER. CHAOS, ACTIVITIES THAT HAUNT REASON" Wilson Burgos 356 California St., Newton iw I 5 Shawn Bryan 1881 Beacon St., Newton REMEMBERS: GOOD TIMES WITH STEVE, COURT, RJ, JG. JL, EF, SAND, KAK, JH, GREG, SF, BW, WH, DONTGO, CON- CERTS, T AND A, SCRUPAS, FRI- DAYNIGHTS, HEAVY METAL, "LIVE NOW - PAY LATER" -eff' Benton Burgess 228 Highland Ave., West Newton Warren, Riley, college Remembers S-T.B., J,B., P.W., J.D. T.L., F.F., MS., J.T., B.H., D.A., R.L., N.W., C.H., C.T., D.W. CHELMSFORD, BESSIE. 3 June Ellen Burke 107 Waban Hill Rd., Newton Mount Alvernia, Palmer The T-Squad. Denise and Heather. Once we were in danger of becoming respec- table. Stones tour 81 yipesDon- nie, Michael, PubiePerfor- mance. Mom. White Line fever vette. Julie. under my thumb see ya later, bye Michael Bryson 34 Kensington Ave., West Newton Day, Riley, college Remembers - Smoke shows, Remembers good times with sig t.m. M,H., DC, RP, FL, BM, SH, SC, GALAXY TO MARK Chevy Rules 41, Jay Burgess 42 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college HR 3343 Remember the good times in Adams house and on the mall, the Cape and canoe trips. Post 568 the good times in Exploring - the better times in Exploring, Summers in Mar- shfield, the job at J.M.C. 2 if Carolyn Burns 163 Harvard St., Newtonville Day, Barry. college NOTHING CAN BE PURCHASED WHICH IS BETTER THAN A FIRM FRIEND. A TRUE FRIEND IS THE GREATEST OF ALL BLESSINGS AND THE ONE WHICH WE TAKE LEAST THOUGHT TO ACQUIRE. MEMORIES WILL LAST FOREVER. . . fx N Sandra Buell 20 Bridges Ave., Newtonville Day, Adams, work I will always remember my friends, teachers and fun times in Adams Commons And all my crazy friends. I will Always remember roller skating at Spinoff. And I will always remember Charlie. Love you all forever I Thorton Burgess "Chip" 20 Hallron Rd., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Adams, college RmDmSbDsSsScJwCfPrMpALL MY! LOVE TO ANNE! MarceCo!I GwVrBsSfJbWf Swim Team 123 Sail12'Captain. Moped - RedBomb! Homeroom Thanks To Mr. L! March - Band12DriIl Masph Parties! Exploring! Ski Club Physics? TOURS New House Keep Smiling! I II I Scott Burns . 81 Eliot Ave., West Newton i Day, Adams, il The Good times with Youngyl: Steven C Mike C Dennis C Down li the Park Cooking with Doctori Wrestling Parties Cribbage over, Chester's House Cliff diving at! the Quarries Zepps late nightl out to lunch Goospies LP y 'I' ACDC at the Garden 'lt Bacon Tree tl' Early Decision 'I' Store 24 'lt . Q I I X John Buschini Remembers Albermarle JB's All Nighters S.C. No Pillows or Blankets, ADAM'S M.C.S.C. Snowstorm Due July Fourth at P-town Pabts for Kirshnir Napa turn over Auto Shop, Neds Seen Any Friends Around ff" -I Steven Caissie 848 Watertown St., West Newton Day,Adams Remembers: Albemarle, business, one condition, adven- tures with sco, Yosemities An- nual bashes. Kosher Kids, memory loss, what did I do? squid, lino, clouper, rahrahrah, tatties, snowstorms, prince, chester, MARY-LOU! Kevin Campbell 91 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Galvin Middle School, Palmer, college lt was the best of times and the worst of times. Young Life Monadnock 80 and 81 Village Golf 1, 2, 3 captain 3 1 ij! Robert Byrne 31 Saco St., Newton Upper Falls Warren, Barry, college BEN CS GM, TC, TC, JS, KN, BB, DM, Cannon, Glass, Wolfpack. Vincents CD, Beans, Joe, BabeMALM Stogies, concerts Tour '81 BG 2s Blue flame Legal- ly Dead Nobody but Nobody Al Calderone 605 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Day, Palmer, college Good Times - Phil, OK Dave, Bucky, Joe, Teresa, Sam, Sharon, Sandra, Cathy, The of- fices, Out front, Tracks and Trails, Bench sessions, The Fox, The stockroom, The Magic Bus, Mr. J. D. Summer 81 Parties Ciao, baby .40 nuff if Laura Ann Campbell 25 Belmore Pk., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Beals, college Never ever lose your sense of humor, but remember "You can't expect to never cry" The Who Hockey games with KFC, CS, WL, LC, CR, RT, Mrs. Killion. April 22 - Steven. Thank You Mom, Dad and David, For being there, L.Y. , ,Q . Guy Caiola 14 Driftwood Dr., West Newton Day, Palmer, college The Best of Times 80, 81, 82, Three Great Years. Thanks to all my friends Scott-N- Lynne, Dan, Ellen, XO, Linda, Kirsten. "SKI TRIPS," Ahp, "LA" ROLLERCOASTERS NNHS HALLOWEEN 80, "COSMIC" PAC-MAN, Good Luck! ,AC Ramona Jean Calderone "Mona" 9 Winthrop Ave., Newton Bigelow, Riley, college Remembersi Good Times wfSlim Kim + All the Riley House Gand. Math wfSum-C Villa, CVPJV-juice. Jr. Parties - super- friends, F-ball Games, Good Luck CD! Soccer, B-ball, S-ball, 2, 3 Camp! AHUMAHOY-FUZZY Leslie Campbell 225 Harvard Cir., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Remembers: Swimteam, TRAN- NY 82, LAGNAF, BK, RM, BM. SA, DS, JW, MS, CS, CM, LL, JS, JW, MR, JN, CN, Blumie and Ian. Riley Ski Trips, Parties, Bolton Rd. Steve 1Of2f79 Thanx Mrs. Raymond Christopher Caira 19 Fuller Terrace., West Newton X Penelope Mary Caldicott 1445 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Warren, Barry, college t'Miles from nowhere, guess l'll take my time to reach there. Look up at the mountain I have to climb, oh yeah, to reach there." Love to my friends: XX- OO KT King, Rachel, W + C. Thanx for the support M + D il N2 .f- Andrew B. Cancellieri 15 Murray Rd., Auburndale Warren, Adams THE WORLD WON'T CHANGE FOR YOU SO WHY SHOULD YOU CHANGE FOR IT? BE YOURSELF. tl' Brooke Shields and Her Calvins 'lt Newtonite tl' Dodgers Win World Series 'lt 149 'Q-:ul K., Angelo Carbone 12 Anthony Car ,Newtonvalle Palmer, Landscape Designer Remembers Dom Doug Make Mark Bobby Adam Mark Keith Remembers Weekends also Remembers all good times an High school also times with the traps to Gausepprs Most of all Remembers meg A+F 'ZR' Frank Carada 86 Page Rd , Newtonvalle Day, Palmer, college l wall remember NNHS, my friends, my teachers, and all the good tames an HR 1454 and other classes I wall never forget Newton North 1 v---any Thomas E Carleo "Tom" 30 Westview Ter ,West Newton Wfarrera, Palmer, college REMEMBERS KCOUNTRY, INDOOR-OUTDOOR TRACKSUBRUNSW, DUDES. SPIROS HOUSE, BARN, TDUDES ROOM JESS, JIMI "The Traffic Light Says Turn Blue Tomorrow' GM CDTCIQSRBMIAKNJSMATVGF NORTH DISTANCE 321. MMLCELTSW JOHNNYBLUFF, l . ra y 11515 I' .--.Mhz 1' - 114-I w- iaiiffw Q13 .- -f I , -Jw ' WJ, l 5 'T' "Me? Why would I be hiding something?" Jennifer Carmel 336 Lexington St , Auburndale Warren, Barry To love something as to gave at room to grow, The ParkGarIs, special thanks to Jen, Boom, Wal, Gary, The O16 Crazy 8, Best of Luck to all who made me smile summers, 79, 80. 81, BYE 'Y ew," T, Y 1, v a. , ,. , , ,UL as , H .QN ff? ' i 1- 'F-A X CaroIA Carmichael 178 Lanwood Ave., Newtonvalle Glendale, Adams, college Thanks to. Nannae MEMORIES, and L.A,F,B Poppae Phoenax Az "Nightly Rounds" Good Luck: Sue, SM, Kathy, Eileen, Maraa, Lynda and SM. Remember: S PE B "HONEST" K A, pg aww I Scott Carey I 39 Charles St., Auburndale Warren, Adams, Autobody I remembers - MM, SH, BA, RT, SD, DS, JD, The Corner, Crash, see, Dcat, the finish, MB, MH, M II a l a ,l I I ' a ' I . Y I Hans Carleen I 12 Cross St., West Newton I Day, Beals, college REM: ANDY, SCOTT, FRANK. BRUCE, KEVIN, DAN, MARC DAVE, TOM, JEFF, MARK, MATH I' - 101, 11, CHEMISTRY -11. MR. WELLS, MR. LONG. MAINSTREET, U-MASS, GET- I TING A CAR!! GETTING OUT!! Il I I I rw-, ,..f I I I, I I a 1 X v N Grace Carpenter , 16 Stafford Rd., Newton Centre I 1 Weeks, Palmer, college I T Though the dreams have Iostf some grandeur comingf, truefThere'll be new dreams,I , maybe better dreams and plen-I ' tyfBefore the last revolving! I year asthrough, I ' a a 'lt Guardian Angels Come to Boston '!' Camelot tl' MiniSkirts 'I' WAAF 'lt gh IQ' Laurie Ann Carter "Grinch" 14 Oakland St., Newton Bigelow, Riley, college Madd 4 From Burmo - Lov U guys + session 4 ever. CC + Sisters. B-Beltway + KAWASAKI tVrmJ Where's Deb? Mickey Grants. Idinga-dinga picture of da Wida- Wida House. ROCCO! Luv 2 Lisa Chris Deb Wendy Cindy "Though we're farther apart. . . I 3 Lisa Catalano 149 Waverly Ave., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college All my love to Mom and Dad 'member the Park and the Good Times Tracey Audie Steph Cindy Claudia NFMRTADLPHCWLC- MDSRTGL PRMJD LDHWLHDD Love to Poo! The Lobos 6f7f8 Bad Co, your flashin' CAT I , ,X I 'I .X I Jodie Caruso 71 Blake St., Newtonville Day, Barry, college REMEMBERS GOOD TIMES WITH FRAN PAULA KINK MICHELLE LP LS RL RL SO DOT HALLOWEEN 80 BARRY LAV DOORS TYNK ALL THE GOOD TIMES W LA CC WITH MA THANKS, MOM! MY DREAM ALL MY LOVE, RICHARD .1 'PN f-QS 1. i' ,. I n' L .. Lino Carrieri 80 Dalby St., Newton Day, Riley Remember Good Times Down The Park, Spike, Yosemite, Skip- per, Cloper, EK, MV, BG, DK, NWH with Ed, Murf, RF, SC, Night with the Audi. Maddog An- nual Bash, Tricia! fwvwfyf Diane Casey 110 Fairway Dr., West Newton Day, Palmer, college Soccer Track Softball Always Remember Karen Sandy Katie Bubba Cam Matt Becky QIMYJ AB TM Thanks for the memories l'm gonna miss ya. AHUMAHOY! Pop-tarts "bananas" To mom and dad e- Thanks for everything. yn Diane Cavallo 5 Richards Cir., Auburndale Warren, Barry, school It's not far down to paradise, at least it's not for me, if the wind is right you can sail away and find tranquility, the canvas can do miracles Just you wait and see, BELIEVE ME. Good Luck to my friends, Thanx! Arthur M, Carter 8 Curve St., West Newton 7. Maria Castoldi 9 Ryan Ct., West Newton Warren, Barry, college Remember everyone in Adams especially my good buddies. Claudia and Juanita, all those crazy times. Hope we never meet at North again. New York, New York, No school today. No problem! "Skating Buddies." Albert R. Cecchinelli 224 Chapel St., Newton 'I' Raiders of the Lost Ark tl' Steve's Ice Cream 'It Lady Di 'I' Springsteen 'I' Douglas A, Cedrone 86 Farwell St., Newtonville Day, Beals, college Remembers Good Times At Palmer Tree "72" Nova Cruising on Friday and Saturday night Ang Dom Mike TB DM MA JG DC CC TB ND And everyone else t'Learn to take one Day at a time" Keep on Trucking" "82" RAM Thomas E. Chamberlain Jr, "Toma" 143 Walnut St., Saugus Day,Barry, SkIInd2 EDCO Basketball3 Skidoo Rider Always remember the fun we had parties Remember Joe, Skip, SteveCooI, Ace NoBraIn Devil Breakheart Good times togetherFuns games Thanks, Dad. Glad to get out of NNHS L Thomas Chin 171 Cabot St , Newton Bigelow, Beals, college Soccer. Swimming 12 Captain 33 "Every doorway has its own Sky" - I li Steven M. Cedrone "Sid" 16 Quirk Ct., Nonantum Day, Beals Remember All the Great Times with the Crew from Palmer House A Bob Sox Tom and All the rest. Good Times with Dom and Jim cruising weekends my chevy good luck to all wherever life takes you ,gg Janis Ka Ping Chan 3 West Pine St., Auburndale Ying Wa Girls School, Palmer, college LIFE IS JOY AND SORROW, SUC- CESS AND FRUSTRATION, AP- PRECIATION AND MISUNDER- STANDING. DIFFICULTIES OFTEN COME AND STAY UNAWARE AND UNWANTED CROSSROADS ARE EVERYWHERE LET'S COME AND SHARE! tfx X-H t, y X ii Lisa Chin 28 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Bigelow, Palmer, college Set your goals as high as can be, The future will hold what you dream It to seep Time keeps flowing like a river to the sea v Goodbye my friends, you've meant a lot to me! Remember IT'S BEEN X-CELLENT! John S. Chaisson 31 Evergreen Ave,, Auburndale Warren, Riley, undecided All the good times with my friends. The kids out front, in A.C. At the bench. Weekend with Jimmy, Neil and Tony. The Doors. McHugh Sam Brian Jor- dy Lance and all the rest. 'as Leila Chapin 76 Foster St., Newton Oneida Jr. High, Riley TRANNY AND CAGNAF '82 Diane Chiota 50 Fordham Rd., West Newton Warren, Barry, college REMEMBERS: DONNA + ALL THE GREAT TIMES!! JACKIE, LOUIE, SUSANNA, LOUISE, esp. UB-MUSH, football games, Jane T "NEVER DWELL ON THE PAST. BUT ALWAYS REMEMBER IT" Best of luck to the Class of '82 Andrew D Chalfen 3OHydeAve Newton Bigelow Bacon THIS IS THE MODERN WORLD DKs DFTs Japs Preps Punks ands Cows Oedi us U2FurasamClash Police Union jack PTwnsnd Kerm Mrf Mars BRAPDHBIpcIty Amanda Fake ID? Clones In Power Raygun NUCLEAR FEAR? LET S RAVE UP" Li Susan J. Charest 24 Cottage Pl., West Newton , I I l I I Sheila Anne Choquette 14 Jerome Ave., West Newton I Warren, Riley. work I REMEMBERS: Sandy, Kim, Sum-I mer of 80, Allison Park, River-I side, LG, RF, DC + SM, D's van,l Mattie MB + KT, LC, LC, AF, JS+I RL, LS, KH, JC, SH, LT, HC, LH. Lef Zep, FP, DC, SP, Vec Sandyl - AIDI? Benches, JC, WILDI HORSES I ti' Police at the Garden tl' 3rd Parking Lot 'I' Solidarity in Poland 'I' Punk 'lt ?A Daisy Chow 251 Waltham St., West Newton West Jr. High, Palmer, college Life can be a one way street, if you set your goals high and follow through. 'VV' I I Gail Clark 5 Craigie Ter., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college Summer of '80' AS, KC, KB, JN, MB, HB, SM, MK. Newtonite SM, CT, KD. I f., I . 1 -171 Christine Cloran 30 Ransom Rd., Newton Weeks, Adams, college The moments may only be tem- porary, but the memories will last forever. Times wfAnn Steph PJ MS JC JP MC LC MATT HALLOWEEN '81 ST SEBS SUM- MER 81 l fear there's an angel in me whom l am constantly shocking! 54' 1 f' gl Donald F. Claflin 20 Dexter Rd., Newtonville X X x I Mark A. Clemente 18 Jones Ct., Newton Day, Palmer, college SWIMMING 123 REMEMBERS: ITALY f2x?J, THE FORCE EX- PERIENCE CRAINJ, CONCERTS, "ANIMALS" IN MATH CLASS. ALL MY FRIENDS + TEACHERS. NO MORE HUGHES JOKES QMAYBEJI LA PARTENZA E BRUTTA. Paul J. Coffey 1034 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Meadowbrook, Barry Go Yamaha or don't go at all. Never forget hockey games at B.C. with haz and Chin. And the fun in shop with F.G., S.H., J.C., and B.E. To Ed and Art push over at Louis, here I come! Good times with M.H. .2 . l' f .A . Anthony R. Clarey 18 Bakter Pl., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Riley, college Remembers: Stew, Jimi, Bashes, BT's, ZEP, 1156, Harry, Dudes, Huddles, V. Football 1, 2, 3, The Castle, Celts, Millet, AC DC, Back in Black, "He's dead. he's legally dead!", Boxers, Hawks, Fencewrecking, Young Lust, N.C. Dude w-112' wff I 3. 5375! I - James C. Clemmer 248 Tremont St., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3 SKEEEP75CAMARO GOOD TIMES - JS, JD, JK, ALBS, BB. STU, ART, NOON, JONNY, PAA. SZ, YODA, STUD, PHIL, BRUCE - 12-15-80 ADAMS BENCH. BWC, Hi-Lo, CHOMP, MC, GF. MF, JM, GK, SJ, GM, REEECH, MLC, '81 LOVE TO DENISE Joel P. Coffidis 94 Fessenden St., Newtonville Day, Adams, college Cape Cod, fishing and rowing. M.P. P.L, B.G. T.B. Summer of 79. A ride in Bari. Use not today what tomorrow will need. Leave tomorrow till tomorrow. Tomor- row's victory shall crown the conflict of today. J.B.B.B. 4' . I Z 'G Diane Clark 28 Walnut Pl., Newtonville Day, Bacon, undecided Swimming 1, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3 A special love for Richie. Aug. 15 Good friends drift apart, but the memories last forever. Good luck class of 82! Love to mom and dad. I as 7 ,L ff' 6 Dennis Cloonan 12 Green St., Newton Day, Barry Barry house Hawthorne Albemarle remember case young Burns Lino Cammanica Eric Vash Doug NJN gui Craig Cohen 171 Faiway Dr., West Newton Day, Riley, college Sometimes I wonder what l'm going to do - lt's a long way to the top! So this is love! VH, Dave and Marc CohenX2, Rangoon, fingernails, Newtonnite and Hel always the best! Special thanks to M and D, D and L 'I' WBCN 'I' French Lieutenant's Woman 'I' Bandanas 'I' Boy's CC Wins State Title 'I' .4 Harvey Cohen 346 Cabot St., Newtonville Day, Adams, College Like to remember the outstan- ding teachers in the Newton school system and all the kids at North, Especially like to remember Gal Lahat. an Vila' , A Q, U lv 1 ii 1 .t.......,,,.,,.,.,, -A Fredrick Randall Cole 55 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Day, Beals, college Remember' UTLTwars, Mrs. Mod Squad, Cam, Brad Susan H, Andy, Claire, Mark W, Kirk, Dave A, Bobby M. TCHS: Martins Bowman, Zimmet, Geikie, Mon- tague, Hollowell, McDougall. Also - StabIOctet. Computers. Best wishes to everyone! Marc Cohen 37 Emmons St., West Newton Day. Barry, college "Many dreams come true and some have a silver lining, I live for my dream and a pockettul of gold" Zep. Cruises at BC. VH - so this is love! A,H. Kinky Mobile wfeveryone Wrestling 1, 2, 3 "Sold out? What do you mean it's sold out?" Xgluf Kermit A. Cole 138 Cedar St., Newton Daniel R. Colino 1565 Washington St., West Newton Warren, Riley. work REMEMBERS: THE VAN, PINHEADS. THE PARK, LG, MB. MH, TM. SC, SM, MP, SD, KN, DB, LL, AND SHOP WARS! . NOVA'S RULE, ALWAYS AND FOREVER SAMANTHA I Sandra S. Cohen 14 Willow St., Newton Centre N.E.H.A., Riley, college ELKA GITS BEKA JS BS LS LC KO Field Hock, c'mon you guys! Track 2, 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Bum- I minRidesThanx Jen Motor- i Mouth Addicts Box ShThank You I C3xJ HaveAnyGum? ltal. Jokes I. by RAY He's so nice! Stay I Awesome '82 Thanx Mom and 1 Dad I gf' 'V N.. ,-1' -' X .,. 2 4 - . , , , .- wr Laura Collins 45 Sewall St., West Newton I Warren, Beals, college I SWIMMING - 1, 2, 3 SUMMERI 1981! BLUE HILLS - VIN I AMI CARELESS IN REPLYING TO MY I FRIENDS, BECAUSE THOSE I WHO I LOVE KNOW ME WITHOUT MY WRITING T01 THEM - LVB I tl' Moral Majority - Creation or Evolution 'I' Kiss-0-Grams tl' Motorcades 'I' gl 1 l gl l ll' l l fl l l l l X I Amy Jane Colliton 6 Colgate Cir., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Beals, college GOODBYE NNHS! lT'S BEEN FUN: wfFRlENDS, SUMMER '81, CLIQUES, TPHR, 680, HULL. MUN, DUCKY, MRS, K, PREP 111, ONS, R AND R, PARTY TIME 1, 2, 3 "lT'S SO HARD TO PLAY BY THE RULES, I NEVER COULD AND STILL NEVER DO!" PF' 5. I Susan Compagnone 219 Mill St., Newtonville Day, Beals, Biochemistry "Hitch your wagon to a star." Remember - N.H., OssiPee Ring, Carly, Dan, Mary M,, Deena, Parties, campfires, special people. Many thanks to everyone who has helped and encouraged me - I won't forget. 1.1,-reg - f it Paolo Coppola 146 Pearl St., Newton Bigelow, Barry, work Good Times on Bacon bench with Rich AO Chin MCEAGLERDJC and MEBUDDY and to all the other clowns? ?? mi Migdalia Colon "Smoochie" 75 Archdale Rd., Roslindale Day, Barry, college Remember all the great times, Teen Angels The Hobbit, JrMsAD Correspondence Secretary Summer 81 Thanks to all my friends for helping me with all my love to Mom Good-luck to the Class of '82' trip at NTID Kevin G. Connell 367 Albemarle Rd,, Newtonville Day, Palmer, college Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Track 2, 3. Never forget the great times here at North. Good Luck to all my friends and to the Class of '82 Q . 1 Susanna Coppola 197 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Day, Barry, college REMEMBERS: MRS. K, MRS. PMRS. S, Barry House office+ Locker, Meyer, D'AG, Louise, Diane, Margie, Keith, Annette My cousin Donato, Thanks and Good Luck to all my friends!! T313 Best of Luck to the Class of " "Ill John Connerney 16 Fraverse St., Newton Day, Beals ,ff it Clare Corcoran "PB" "BT" 40 Sewall St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college We've been climbing for 25- thousand hours All that chocolate has corked us tight The cloud tastes like nitric acid, and you stare 2 paces into solid white. - Mount Analogue TA ILEHJNW,O.K.PB? X A, , -.45-7 . ' ' sv- N..-.... l in . 1 91 Deborah L, Connolly 46 Cummings Rd., Newton Centre Day, Barry, college, CPA. ITALIAN CLUB ACT CUE MAR- SHALL'S MICHELEE LORI KRISTIN LISA DC SUSAN KAREN LISA FM MIKE KEVIN TOM BILLY DENNIS CHERYL SUSAN KRIS MML 8-81 M+M'S W+W'S ROC- CO 8-13-81 OSCAR PEP JC N+P LJS E+S 'CUZ THANKS, MOM. 4 fl". rx.. if' l Q f t l John Corsi 36 Anthony Cir., Newtonville Day, Beals, college Remembers: beating Brockton, Football, Baseball 1, 2, 3. 1134 Pep's House. Abbs, Al, Willie, Janelle and Mad Dog. Also l'll never forget that "Dream" that almost came true. DR, PM, RF. RH, EM, MP. BEEF 'l' ROCCO tl' Reagan Assassination Attempt tl' Ron Erhardt Fired 'l' list ,4 "Univ H L91 il' - 0 .. A .1 OU" 'io ' 1.0 1' 5""'ff,,7, pf' Igtgw., 5 I ' Nav., .1231 H-ggi 2 4 , l :Q KR. X . Donald Costanzo 564 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Palmer, Computer Remember: OA, Phil, AC, Ann Pearce, Joe, TP and All the sign Lang Staff TD, VT, Jr, Year was the best Year of my life. Cappy's Wacky Class. Thanks for Killer for helping me in H.S. Sherry, Linda, Eric, MW JL "Come on, hit me, I dare you." Ellen L. Crandall 47 Arapahoe Rd., West Newton .,-gf, .in , " . 'fx .. -N 1 X ,, .,b , 7 if Thomas Culbertson 1900 Washington St., Auburndale Bigelow, Beals, college Everybody Get on your bikes and Ride I'm going skiing. ,,....a-n 1 v' Kathryn F. Cunning 16 Adella Ave., West Newton Day, Beals, college "The heart afraid of breaking never learns to dance, the dream afraid of waking never takes a chance, the soul afraid of dying never learns to live" Chance, dance, live, Good luck! All my Love, Donna, Laura, Sean t li Keith Cotter 119 Exchange Ave., Medford l l l il ii John Cucchi 55 Upham St., West Newton Warren, Riley, Pre-med Remembers: Jerry, Mario, Chris, AI, Jims Concert, Foreigner, SquierRB, RH, JB, PSHTO, Cape, Halloween, Star Lot, Vegn in Adams Commons, E-Block Baseball, Ice?, Are they human?, Neil, Little T and A, OM Ya!,Tom, JM, DM 1 1 I 4 I i Harold Curtis f 160 Waltham St., West Newton i Adams, Navy i Remembers. SH + LT. JS. TM. RL, KT. MS. PN. SC. LC. LC. MP. The Park gang Electrical Crew weekends with Anne and i Theresa LR. EC. FP. PM. i tt Hill St. Blues 'l' Shutdown of Diablo Nuclear Power Plant tl' Pep Rallies 'l' h C91 Kai-Uwe Dafeldecker 78 Hamlet St, Newton Centre Meadowbrook, Riley, Auto Engineering From now on let life teach me Anne Dallaire 76 Praire Ave., Auburndale Warren, Bacon, college, prof. photographer With my future so unclear I thank those friends who were sincere. TRANNY 82. The Park. The memories of yesterday are the lessons for tomorrow LAGNAF. Mike G. Anyway I'm young, I'm wild, and I'm free! Krazy8was Frank D'Argento 227 Adams Ave., West Newton Warren, Beals, college Good luck to Master Joe, Larry, John, Phil, Mark, Chuck, JS+SV, Jill 143, CG, MD, LT, KW, Sum- mer at Manomet KK DAG Doug Simionies Fred Dalicandro 299 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college FOOTBALL BASEBALL TRACK PH STEVEN NEAL THE MAD SKUNK SU PL SONIA ED MA DAVID BM DEW JANE LORI DT TB LR GREEN BAY WALTHAM GAME 11714781 7-6 CHUCK MUNCIE THE TRASH PICKER MR RIGALI HM MARZO ECK Dan Dalo 265 Pearl St., Newton Day, Adams, college I will remember all the fantastic times 1981-82 my best years. Best friends: Guy, Scott, Linda, Kirsten, Ellen, Thalia. The Con- certs, E.L.O., Foreigner. Friday The 13th and Halloween. Here is the twilight. 1 bit l Linda Ann Davis 62 West St., Newton Day, Riley, college AL, AE, JM, KS, MC, PH, KR, MF, ND, TB, Riley, Ducky, J-Island, M8iM's Feb. '81, NC Villa, F+B, Summer '81, Campl, Arbs, Dl's My love always to Michael 7-15-81 ,na "'fj1tv H , I Jeffery S. Daly "Jeff" 85 Park St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college Remember Good Times with JC, JLS, JL, Stu, Artis, KA, BB, MC. GM, ivis, NooN, Jonny P, ivic, DC, HR3483 AC, KF, GC, AL, SJ, Skeep, Hi-Lo, GC, REECH, MLC. Incredible CC, GL, SCITUATE. SB, EF, JK, MT, CB, JH, HOCKEY GOOD LUCK NNHS '82 Naomi S. Davis 52 Walker St., Newtonville John Deardon 133 Morse St., Newton if "rar iw Ken Dangelo 174 Chapel St., Newton Day, Beals, service Remembers Good times with friends the weekends, The Lake "?f" Juan P Delmoral 2235 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale "I MADE IT" thanks to the peo- ple that helped me to reach my goal. It has been a great ex- perience being here two years at North, Spanish Club Interna- tional Club. 'if Anwar Sadat Assassination 'I' Library Stairs 'lt SAT's tt Timothy Hutton tt '1 R-.-..., s t t I Edward E. Delvecchio 17 Perry Rd, Auburndale Eleonora DePace "Nora" 31 Sheridan St., West Newton Warren, Barry, college Remembers: MC. CF. ST, LD. AL, MF, DC, SD, AC, and everyone else 8-8-80 6-20-81 Never forget Theresa and all the fun Michigan summer of 8O-81 The Falzettas Good Luck Anna + Tim, Good Luck class of '82 Thanks mom+dad Linda DeSimone 42 Gilbert St . West Newton Warren, Beals Will always remember everyone out front Miss Teenage Pageant of 81, Cheerleader Forever. Michael. IO! 20X 79 Parties. The Res PC on the drums Good times in Maine Song All of my Love fireplace. wne+rug - 2 Cindy Demaio 16 Taft Ave., West Newton Day, Deals, undecided Never forget all the good times shared wffriends Bently, Falmouth, Albermarle, parties Cheryl and Ellen you have been the best of friends. l'Il love you always Paul, Thanx for everything. Love to mom and dad! NC' Tffi John DePaoIa 62 Evergreen Ave., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college Soph, football Lacrosse 1, 2, 3 Kelley Joe Phil Frank Mark Chuck Phil IA LT BP SB MD SV FD DD RD MC CD MAYO GS SOLID The Barn Skull B-K emgs reeb 665 Master Golden INT-Highlands-Parties Sharon A, Devine 11 Fayette Pl,, Newton 15 41 Marianne DeMeo 68 Woodbine St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college Orchesis 1 Cheerleading 2, 3 Best of luck to all who made my 3 years the best they could possibly be! They leave memories I will never forget. Cruisin' summer "81" parties Thanks mom + dad Love to Jeff -forever 'QV gut N Elizabeth DeRosier 19 Manemet Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Adams, college GOOD TIMES WITH CHRISSY. JANE, KAY, LISA, ING AND ALL MY FRIENDS, TEETH, MY PSYCH DR., PARALLES, MOO. WINDOWS SWITCH EGOS. TWINS, J.T., L.C., PM, TRACK 1. 2, 3 X-COUNTRY 2, 3. THANKS TO MY FAMILY. ,4- 3 Jeffrey A. Devore "Jeff" "Devo" 84 Mandalay Rd, Newton Centre Weeks, Beals. college Macs in 4222 with DS Vicki ILY Muco mucho. SYSMAN+CON- NECTSf11, AfV, ARE WE NOT MEN? WE ARE DEVO! A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES BEGINS WITH THE FIRST STEP. TO SURVIVE IS TO CON- QUER, DON'T STOP BELIEVING! Diane Marie DeNucci 119 Warwick Rd., West Newton Day, Beals, college Always remember Rose Kathy Margaret: you're the best, good friends, parties New Year's Eve Hal. twiceLight Alb. Rd. the brook SAPS 5 yrs. DO MA JG The Tiger Best of Luck to Everyone, Mom and Dad Abigail Deser "Abi" 60 Howland Rd., West Newton Warren, Adams, college "MIXED UP WITH THE PLEASURE AND JOY OF THE OCCASION, ARE THE MANY REGRETS AT QUIT- TING HOME, THE TEARS OF PAR- TlNG," - CHARLES DICKENS. SWITZERLAND 1980-81 THANX FOR EVERYTHING MOM AND -! LOVE YOU I 1 ' I .1 Lori DiBona 204 Adams St., Newton Day. Palmer, undecided Remembers Liz Kim Jill Everyone else weekends are made for animal juice The Lake '1' Pizza Bagels 'F' Palmer Tree tl' Mick Jagger Turns 39 'l' Levis 'I' Candi Dickinson 81 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville Day, Beals, college I love you, Noel forever, I'd take any risk to tie back the hands of time and stay with you there that night 7f15f80. Cheerleading, gymnastics, ski, Margaret Jane Alison Liz CB AW Nancy Foleys Thanx, Kelly. Jacqueline Marie Dillon "Jackie" 298 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college REMEMBERS: MAUREEN, DIANE, DONNA, All my friends and team- mates Soccer, B-Ball, S4Ball State Tourneys, Fun on the Cape, UB- MUSH. "Don't be sad for what you once had, be glad it was once yours," Good Luck, Class of 82 , ll? Brian Donovan UBD., 361 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Day, Riley, college l'Il never forget anyone for Bacon tree espc PB PCBH- JVBMBBKTEM 3 dr Cutlass : BD Mobile B-d Mobile Mad-Joy KJKHDEBP Maine 81 'Cranes, Feb '81 The Accy Green Acres Guzz Murph ISU AC,DC Randr ain't noise pollution Carrissa Dickinson 81 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville Day, Riley, college The best are never forgotten, Noel. Let it roll . . . the future is uncertain and the end is always near, Cheerleading skiing Gym- nastics, Carolyn Alison Jane Margaret Liz Andrea I'Il love you always, Paul i-126. Linda C. DiMonda 1590 Centre St., Newton Highlands Weeks, Barry, college "Every person should have memories that can be kept in some safe place for times of future need and inspiration. "EVVY, we live for ROCCO!! Thanks Mrs. Stein. My love to all. 'fi I I Chris Doona 249 Mt. Vernon St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college REMEMBERS: DUDE, TC'S PAR- TY, SUP-P-kRUNS, NYORK, ID, BLANCH, MICH, SUMMER '81, Me.wfGMCSB I DlDN'T KNOW IT WAS YOUR BOAT, I BUMPED MY HEAD WOLFPACK MC's Rm RBMATV - NO BUZZ, SES- SIONS BEN, BEANS, EM CLASS OF'82 --...-4' Gerald DiGianvittorio 66 Upham St., West Newton Warrem, Adams, AfC Refrig. Tech Remember all the fun in AXC class, Jim's Thanksgiving Con- cert of 81, JC MG FC JB BALs Nuts, Peshite, veg'n out in Adams commons, Foreigner concert, Mustang, Good Game Jim The Halloween Spook! John Doerschuk 7 Park Ave., Newton Bigelow, Barry, college THANKS TO A GOOD GROUP OF TEACHERS. Remembers - BF-AC-DB-PM-PV-MW-KF-MB. ,J-fx 'V Barry Doucette 18 Washington Ter., Newtonville Day, Beals, college Ink, The gang, mmm, KO, Spr- ingsteen, Beans, floor, poems classes, Doc, SW, Mr. Adams and to whom l've forgotten It's been a real 3 yrs. Matthew P. Digiovanni 15 Farlow Rd., Newton Centre I , f' ,M I, ,S if J Martha Drew Donaldson 195 Woodland Rd, Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college "lf you can imagine it, you can achieve itg If you can dream it, you can become it" Jacq, Barb, YGAF, Pat, Carol, Jen, Abs. CPM, Pit - the best of friends, thank you: "Shower the people you love with love" JT Jean Dow 40 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls Meadowbrook, Beals, nursing school I will always remember the good times with all of my friends at woman's world I thank everyone who helped me along the way I will also remember my youth group, good luck to the gang. tl' Mayor Mann Re-Elected 'I' Barely Making It in Massachusetts 'I' iQ . I. Mi' ' I t - -5 .. ' , - . . 1 , I is Qu 'Q' X .X 'I -'igizfgq Q, xx LJIHX .11 85. u It . . Brian Downey 38 Hawthorne Village, Concord l if .f 1 X, William T. Drew 19 Cloelia Ter., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Football, In and Out Track 79-82 never 4get 22-16, 7-6 5 days Anyl and everyl Too predictable, Maine 81 maybe someday? Thanx Mr B Mr M, 4721 Slayter "Always hopeful, yet discontent" ""'9' Julie DuBroff 24 Albion St., Newton Centre Weeks, Riley, school REMEMBER Good times on Bacon Bench with AH BM JH LG SL And the rest REMEMBER good times with Jackson st grossy and The Airhead The island Cape with love to Kevin when the music's over, turn out thelight. Patricia Ann Downey 20 Braemore Rd., Newton Bostin Latin Academy, Riley, college, Ireland Pat Pat the Waterrat Thanx D's, Lisa + Co., M, Tranny 7 lf I am portrait of dust floating endlessly thru time - why do I hurt so much? - LOVE - I miss u Steve 56-81 HD - We made it Irish + Proud Jimmy - TE SEMPERAMABO! Marjorie Jo Druker 29 Furber Ln., Newton Centre Weeks, Beals, college It is not important to be essen- tial, nor is it essential to be im- portant, The purpose of the in- dividual is to find his or her place with the whole. Thank you and all my love to those special people. -ag of f f 4 f Mary P. Duncan 5 Agawam Rd., Waban Warren, Riley, college Fond memories of good times and good friends, Love and thanx to Leslie and Jim, Nance, Pam, Malcolm and the boys from Auburndale, Lyons J Geils Good Luck to The Class of 82 I Love You Mom and Dad Sheila C. Downey 20 Braemore Rd., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college Mugzy - I know how it is! Miss you. Love and Thanx to Dad Mom Mary + gang CA JI LS BF KB SL JM NW TC AZ. The Cape SWF - 76 THE WHO - 79 THE BEATLES - Bus stop OCH Par- ties! PYTHON ADAMS COUNCIL Lata Mush! Tanya Duarte 38 Whiting St., Newton Barry, nurse l'll never forget the times with the TeenAngels. Love to All my friends and Ed-Co program. A big thanks to Mom and Dad!! To Special ones, remember me always! Karen Dupont 15 Prospect St., West Newton Warren, Adams, college A C T I V I T I E S 1 AACRAISINREMEMBERS: NICIE. LISAKRISSY, MARYANN, LYDIA DAYS IN THE LOCKER ROOM. JAMIE, TIMOTHY, GREG MY MOM AND DAD WHOM I LOVE VERY MUCH. GROTONWOOD GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE IN ALL THE YEARS TO COME Anne Doyle 122 East Side Pkwy., Newton Bigelow, Adams remember good times in B-Batn, The Pit, Wat. Boys, Uncle Mike, Rocco C-Choir Partying McDonalds Adams commons MS, BA, MB, SM, DA, KH, DS The Log MM DP Bermuda, 5 Star JH Good Luck everybody! . . .4 I Donna DuBois 277 Waltham St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college MEMORIES WITH: CHERYL,- SUSAN, MARE, KAK, KATY, LORETTA, TB, LF, ND, MD, BM. DR, KK, AND MANY OTHER GOOD FRIENDS I'VE MET. DANCE, SUN AT SEILERS BOSTON, HAPPINESS: IT CAN ONLY TRULY BE FOUND WITHIN. 1 I .--""f:f ff Kathleen Ann Durkin g 185 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Day, Bacon, college I When this you see remember Il me, and bear me in your mind, E let all the world say what theyi, may, speak of me as you find. BJ II Love to Fuzz NYC EngMick and I55 Keef Karen Jens house track?? Iii DON'T GET BUMMED OUT! Q I 'I' Moody Blues Comeback - Long Distance Voyager 'I' Martial Law 'I' Transition 'I' . I 4 I I I I I I I Eric Edman 61 Circuit Ave., Newton Highlands Meadowbrook, Riley, Airfcond + Refrigeration I will Always Remember All the good times l've had l wash good luck to everyone in the class of "82" and hope you get what you seek in life Never forget the AXC shop class JAAREGJC- JMGDBSLBPSPLM Mr. Hand Mrs. GSDMFP A, ii . nil' if Donna Elgart 40 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Barry, college Good times, Bad times you know we've had our share! T'sup DR? We finally made it! Remember! Cranes, all-nighters etc, Good bye and good luck all! Thanx to my family. A smile relieves a heart that grieves! Bl lll' lli ED VIIIE or mf I .P lim? u I rl I l a f If I Hannah Erlich I13 Brackett Rd., Newton igelow, Bacon, I'-OvE You BOBBY! THE Rir 1:1 ILSCENE THIRD RAIL URBAN ILLIES FOREVER! GOLHNG FRi- IAY Nici-irs SHARON cORiE + IARRY, cHico, DOG, iviikEv EMO TOPE AIRWAVES, u2. O-oos, LIVE FOREVER EDDIE l'E's BREAkiNl ,gi Andrew Ezrin 134 Annawan Rd., Waban Meadowbrook, Riley, college "When you work you are a flute whose heart the whispering of the hours turns to music" - Gibran GODSPELL good times wfKranium in big apple C. Gold- stone T-wood Steve Ellis 29 Baker Rd., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Palmer, business lt's not what you get in life, lt's what you get out of it. Thanks to everyone who helped me get this far in life. l'll take it from here. Rem: Cap's, Cal, FLS, Work 7-6-81 SKI-JTE-Good Luck, Class "82" ,eh i Amy Endlar 37 Ferncroft Rd., Waban Weeks, Adams, college Tennis 1, 2, 3 The Boss Stones s Nites wfAMS P-P F and B Par- ties NC MO-LM FYB M8iMs U of H Villa KS, AL, LD, JK, JL, PA. LH, ND, DR, LP "Soon everything we've known will be swept away - so say goodbye now" - Springsteen Wf WAHI 1 , l I Nancy Fabian 250 Ward St., Newton Centre Bigelow, Adams, college, journalist Love to Riley girls Jr. parties Macky runs Me, Steph and Beacon Hill - CF - PAINFUL? PP- Pallnighters Newtonite Times wfJM crushes JWLM, CD, BM, TC, GM Lock away memories, never part with the key SCKTS Ernoshp binds us 'I' Girl's Soccer Wins Suburban Title 'I' I Love Main St. Week 'I' 1- Lawrence D. Ellman 108 Morton St., Newton Centre ' 500' J if . . . 1, lf -I Karen Erbafina 48 Anthony Cir., Newtonville Day, Barry, college Soccer 1, 2, 3, Good friends may drift apart, but memories last forever. Thanks to Diane, RF, FP, CS, DC, VF, ST, MC, DO, Mrs. K. Ahumahoy! Pleasant. Camp. Thanks Mom and Dad. 4 Fran Fanendakis 9 Blake St., Newtonville Day, Barry, college REM: JODI PAULA MICHELLE RL SB SO FE ACGIRLS IN BARRY LAV. KINKY MUSH, SEGER 111 HALLOWEEN 80 MOSLEYSI AM NOT AFRAID OF TOMORROW FOR l HAVE SEEN YESTERDAY CONCERTS wfMB. LOVE YOU MA + DAD ALL MY LUV FRANK Jelly Beans 'I' l- on--. ix -JH f 'K-f. ... "Hey! No comments on the cat food while I'm eating." in-' If f f K Katharine Fangar "Katy" 74 Putnam St., West Newton Warren, Palmer, undecided Fuzz, Jeanne, Court, Lm, Chrissy, Jen, Teresa, Sharon. Donna, Steve, 3483, Cappy, Curls, TAB, Fox, Dimps, 'tOh Lord" MJG, BM, Re, BZ, MD, TH, SL, LM, SIMAY, TWEET, LG, KD, SK, all the bunnies! "I can't find my keys" WE ARE NOT AMUSED N . A is ' . ' ff V -A I -, sf!- ! ii - A rw LL t Claire E. Fanning 80 Waban Pk., Newton Bigelow, Barry, college Smile, it only takes a minute and the memory lasts forever. Memories of good times with my special friends at Riley also LB, JS, ND. Superfriends, SLICK AT- TACKS, NY, Villa, Jr. Parties. Good Luck everyone! Leonore Marguerite Farkas 48 Oakwood Rd, Newtonville Weeks, Beals, college "Kiss today goodbye, the sweetness and the sorrow, wish me luck the same to you. We did what we had to do: Won't forget, can't regret, what we did for love." Je vous aime M and P. 1431 Bridesmaids. in i XY! S of gg i, r I' : I . xx ' H U I1 2 . Y Arthur K. Farrell 61 West St., Newton Renee Farrington 71 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college "Give the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you . , Thanks to the best of friends Esp. VF, CS, KE, HE CCCJ LG, MRS. C LOVE TO M A N D D, S AN D K BBXORCXPCXBM "YEAH" we made it! GOOD LUCK LOVE YA Maria Fang 312 Austin St., West Newton Warren, Adams, college Remembers: SH, DB, LF, JL, EG, CW, TT, R AND KH, Asian Club, Village, Peabody, Thoughtprints qFri F-Bl Hysteriaj, Geo. Club Trips, The Math Team and Meets CAw, don't we get let- ters?J, Orchesis, "Even an idiot can do it" Duffy Pamela A. Faria 2088 Washington St., Newton I Lower Falls ! Day, Beals, business school Jerry, the man l'II love always + forever Blondi + Boo, I GTGMeme, Halloween! Mom + 1 Dad, MLWJ, 1Of12f79, my dia- mond, Ria + Lin, UNICORNS! Javelin, SW, KS 228, Cape,5 Celtic Fan my hand just flew I away" Love ya JC ! i Marianne Fay w 35 Kensington St., Newtonville Day, Bacon, college FIELD HOCKEY, REMEMBERS KATIE, PATTIE, DIANNE, DIANE, J THE BEST OF FRIENDS AT I RILEY, SUMMER PARTIES SMU. I NEW YEAR'S EVES EDMUND . THE BEST OF TIMES ARE YET TO COME 12f18 Tl 'I' What's Behind the Seat? Just the Rest of the Truck 'If Awesome 'I' J. Geils 'I' i I LI I l it f i Jon Federman 10 Noble St., West Newton Warren, Adams, college "I AM THE MASTER OF MY FATE BEST LUCK EG, AM, DEB, EM, REB, ROX, LF, JF, TS, PREP, NM BOX, SL, SR, AP, LJ, LH, AT + SOP HS, FLYINGSALAD, SMVELAS, BSPLAZA, JUST MAR- RIEDI? JELLYBEANS! Stuart Garen Ferguson Stanton Pk., Newton we ran for cover, with no left to hide. I found our way downstairs, and no one left to die. Window 1 Old No. 7 I 'f""u 0 Melinda Fee 114 Temple St., West Newton Warren, Riley, college My smile was not meant to be seen by anyone and served its whole purpose in being smiled. With love to - Chris, Jodi, Scott, Stephen, Deb, Laurie, Mr. Smith Linda Ferner 86 Hancock St., Auburndale Warren, Riley, college l'll always remember Androids, Debs, Foxer, TS, EG, SL, SH, MF, SC, JF, NBHD GANG, IGOR AND to bein a Country Club 'WEB .iq I I MASTER - 10781, SHAVING CREAM, SUMMERS, LATE NIGHTS, SNORT, MUSH. SICKIE, ALL THE TYL's, FWBR. SPOC, BEEFLADY, AND HAWKWOMAN. ' 4 Vicki Feinstein 30 Sunset Rd., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college Tennis 1, 2, 3 We must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it, but we must sail. Luv Renee KECS and all who shared best of times. Thanx HTNK Remember LGB- BailM, Palmer Lockers Good luck class of 82. ...WF 'GNT' i I Polly Fink 197 Grove St., Auburndale Warren, Bacon Tranny, David, l'd like to leave a few sentiments before departing from this lovely institution. There comes a time when we must follow that shining star. I hope that every member of the class of 1982 will. ,ps i Thomas J. Fisher 15 Victoria Cir., Newton Centre Warren, Adams, college REMEMBERS, EG, CM, MK, JC JP WRESTLING 2, 3 TRACK 1, 3 COOL NEEDHAM PARTIES WXCRAIG RTWfKB CJ 428 SUMMER 81 q7f4f81JFORGET: 10th GRADE ALSO REMEMBER BB, 12.00 ETRALLS WXCT WALTHAM WXHARLEY BAR FIGHT, EVERYONE ELSE I VB J' , f 1 i Barbara Fenton Day, Adams, Post-grad year On the whole, Newton North is a great place, but some of the kids left something to be desired, I'm going to race cars, certain boys notwithstanding. Hasta Iuego! James Finkle 99 Withington Rd., Newtonville Bigelow, Beals, college SFA BEALS COUNCIL KILLER REPS. RFD, BF "IT IS BETTER TO BE A UNIQUE UNKNOWN THAN A COMMON CELEBRITY." ML LJ EG AP MB EG RRM SR DB JF KG SS STELLA, LUCY, GEE WHIZ jg., Candice Kathleen Fitzgerald 377 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Day, Adams, college REMEMBERS GOOD TIMES WXMICHELLE, CARRIE LYNDA, MARY, JILL, LORI AND BOO- BOO. X-COUNTRY 1 TEENAGE WASTELAND! AN EXPERIENCE WXALL YOU DELINQUENTS, BYE "THERE IS NO FAILURE EX- CEPT NO LONGER TRYING." GRADUATION! 'lt Sweats 'I' Stripes 'I' First U.S. Test Tube Baby 'I' Leonard-Hearns Fight 'I' X I Amy Fitzgibbon 44 Fuller St., Waban Weeks, Barry, college Cross Country, Indoor + Out- door Track. Don't worry about it, Carol CMc. + MD - you're the greatest! Hey VB - I yam what I yarn! I love you Mom + Dad. ,A ' 'v Barbara Fleming 82 Lexington St., Auburndale Warren, Riley Remembers: LORI RP CM ms LS LT KO JS KM KB SL AZ RM MA and everyone else, everyone from young life JC NK DB MK KD BK D v RR I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. Good Luck 1 1 1 IJ I Janet Foruzanfar 107 Withington Rd., Newtonville Bigelow, Palmer, college Memories of yesterday dreams of tomorrow good tirnes, good friends, Thanks to my family and friends, Good Luck to all senior Class Re. BJ, NN, AN, HF, JJ. FM. SY, JB, EF, RP, CA, CLASS 82. Jennifer Ashley Flackett 20 Orient Ave., Newton Centre Weeks, Beals, college "On the stage he was natural, simple, affecting. 'Twas only that, when he was off- he was acting." I believe ... in change, love, and the transitive proper- ty. Understand? Perhaps. It's Theatre. .wt I - , I I, y. X. if ff 7 J Erica Foisy 17 Winthrop St., West Newton Warren, Palmer, College Field Hockey Track Love To: Kate Kak Griz Nicky Court Been MG Ness Blue Rat Jimmy Rossi. If you do not understand my silence, you will not understand my words - W' Nicole Patrice Fraktman wacky" 59 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Weeks, Riley. college Natures First Green ls Gold, Her Hardest Hue To Hold. Her Early Leafs A Flower, But Only So An Hour Then Leaf Subsides To Leaf So Eden Sank To Grief So Dawn Goes Down To Day Nothing Gold Can Stay. RF BET- TER YEARS AHEAD SWIM TEAM 1. 2, 3 FRANCE 81 ROSSI Elizabeth Flagg 22 James St., West Newton Warren, Adams, college My Love and Thanks to all my friendsg Parties, Alb. Jogging, Gymnastics, Palmer Treep The Best Way To Forget A Bad Ex- perience ls to Replace It with a Success. DreamBoy, The Cape. My love to MOM + DAD ,L - 'gf' f Rion Roley 27 Eddy St., West Newton Day, Barry, Undecided REMEMBERS ... FOOTBALL BASKETBALL. ALL THE GOOD TIMES WITH ALL MY FRIENDS. PEP WHAT CAN I SAY - NICE- NICE. DICK 40 YARDS AWAY. MA WZ DR MP RH KN JC NMC ED AS DA JD JOB NOEL I'LL NEVER FORGET YOU. 7-15-80. H26 Kirk A. Freedman 7 Holland St., Newton Bigelow, Riley. college Kirk and Candi? Bl ZKreig Take a walk on the wild side! There are more things In heaven and earth than have ever been dreamt of by men. Remember Marc David Peter Mike Ricardo and the big one Megan Flaherty 48 Chestnut Ter., Newton Centre Bigelow, Barry, college "I only wanted a little bit of love heart! You gotta have friends! HF HUGGY LG DE BD MP KF Volleyball Macs Mom, Dad Thanks! I Love You! Keep your spirits high - sail on. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I so I could put a little love in my I I I I I I J I I Alvin Fortune 21 Ashmont Rd., Waban I Weeks, Barry, college I FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3 WRESTLINGI 1, 2, 3 LACROSSE 1, 2, 3,I Special Thanx Abbs Swilber John RF CC RR DO FP LE AC DE"i SS CB C+C AH JT BD GT CF DOTTY MP OF KT JP TE DDY 4-OI YARDER - THE DREAM THATI NEVER WAS! Special Thanxj NOEL. I I I I Vernon Friedman r 45 Morseland Ave., Newton Centre I I I I. 'I' Prom 'I' Danny Ainge Trial and Signing With Celtics tl' Senior Skip Day 'I' ,il Q.. George Fulk 8 Orris St., Auburndale Karachi American School, Palmer SPORTS: XCOUNTRY 79, 80, 811 INDOOR AND OUTDOOR TRACK 80, 81, 82. CO-CAPTAIN. BEAT EM. NEWTON DISTANCE C R LUB. THANKS TO ML JH FY JC M. F E 1 E I if Audrey S. Garfield 72 Highland St., West Newton Warren, Adams, college Sometimes I lie awake at night and wonder where the years have gone. They've all passed under sleep's dark and silent gate - J Browne The Sting Mbrook CDK lt's time to leave the capsule if you dare - Bowie Cinzia Gelfosa HCV, 334 Linwood Ave., Newton Day, Palmer, Hair 'good-by" never forget Jackie Rita CLC+NNJ Thanks LC tTG+Kl3 The Cap CRRBAJ "Frank" 1981 Best of Luck to all my friends Never forget me "See ya" 1982 Ti-AMO-XO Marisa C. Fusco 14 Cook St., Newton Day, Palmer, college To live life your way, to realize your self-set goals, to be the you that you wish to beg is truly suc- cess. Thanx Mom, Dad, Olimpia + Joe, I shall always cherish those friends who are true - DMR nv- Emily Gaudet 27 Winchester Rd., Newton Bigelow, Riley. college XCOUNTRY, TRACK. THANK YOU PETER, CAPPY, HENRY, PAULA. DBRMLFMLJFS SRLPAMLRCSCT. ILYMJB, YOU BEAST, KINKS, RATS HI THERE HI, DJ. KEEP IT UP. RABBlT'N- SQUEEK CHINESE FOOD. VILLAGE 80-81. IS IT ERRATIC OR EROTIC? C'EST FINI I It Thalia K. Genes 89 Hyde Ave., Newton 46-E, yr,., TWT' I . ,l' I I I James Gallagher 236 Pearl St., Newton Day, Adams, Electronics Technician REMEMBERS' GOOD FRIENDS BL. SM, MW, EE, JD, DM, JO, JM, BK, JN, FD, 2229, DR, VT, JG, JT, BE. KV, EG, BD Never forget MID- NIGHT bogan runs and going North to Sebago Lake Vermont, NHC Parties! FRI. AND SAT. NIGHT TAKE THE HIGHWAY WEST. BYE Julie Geary 17 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands Day, Beals, undecided TO LOSE TOUCH, WE DO NOT KNOW THE MEANING - Jessica. June Ellen and the rest of the T-squad. The Stones! The good times with Mark and Sue. Cheary. Seasonal Snow. People and things that make life worthwhile! Anthony C. Gentile 28 Lincoln Rd., Newton Day, Barry, criminal, justice Football, Hockey, will always Remember Riley stairs, Sonny, Rosco, Maggie, Doobs, lan, Snyder, Steve, Chris, Karen, Mike, Megan, Claire, Noony Where's your Hypo? Party at Warrens! Bolton, Tina and Tina And especially, Patti. Margo Gardiner 1045 Center St ,Newton Centre Weeks, Bacon, college SUMMER OF 80. CAPE AND CONCERTS. RILEY GANG LMN714 VOLVO PARTIES AT WARREN'S. JULIE G IN 5 SNOW HALLOWEEN MARK GIMME SHELTER. ROLLING STONES -if Nelly Geifman 2025 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Devotion School, Beals, college THE WAY WE WERE! WHY ME? I am so confused I LOVE NEW YORK! THE BIG APPLE, PINK FLOYD GET BACK TO USSR, AND SHE'S BUYING A STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN, PUNK PARANOIA. I LOVE B.E. PARTYING ALL YEAR, 81 THANKS, MOM AND DAD!! I Lydia Mary Gentile 24 Silver Lake Ave., Newton Day, Adams, college I see things as they are and ask why, I dream things that never were and ask why not, Fond memories of Louie, Christine, Susan, Tom, Sam, Katy, SR, TT, KF, BM, RE, EB, AB, The mall, Leave me alone, all the Bunnies. 'I' Village 'I' Albemarle 'I' Pretzel St. 'I' Meryl Streep 'I' Tech. Voc. 'I' Tina Gentile 182 Central St , Framingham Day, Beals, college Softball Basketball Soccer Remembers Patti Tina Camp Macs caps Tom mom + dad JL BK DR coaches when you have a dream don't let anything dim it, keep hoping, keep trying ef the sky is the limit CherylGird 131 Farwell St., Newtonville Warren, Bacon, Business REIVIEMBERS' DONNA, SUE. MARE, KAK, SUNDAYS AT SEILERS, THE LOCKER, LORET- TA, "IT WASN'T IN PARK, THE MUSTANG D-BLOCK ESCAPES. "SEE THIS IS WHAT I MEAN" TB,ND,KM,JB,XeBLOCK AT PEWTER POT, DENNIS FOREVER Al -'O I f li Michael Glazerman 33 Manorhouse Rd ,Newton Centre --BP S 336' Ricky P. Gero 37 Hargrave Cir., Newton Highlands Meadowbrook, Beals, work It's been great going to NNHS. I will miss the Tigers Loft I never will forget my teachers PO WO EC MD DN. I will always remember my friends KT SM RK EB SF ST MG RV AL EW KR LP MQ KF l X17 s . 5 Bobby Giorgi 24 Eliot Ave., West Newton Day, Riley, Psychology Remembers Baseball Little Guy Benny Tommy Stewy S, D, RR New York City tour Hack Scott Joe B TC John U TC Time FC Cannon Byron Halloween BO CS Rob January 24 Albemarle Glass Beverages Dimes Cathleen ,l... T17 A typical Newton North student i ini Deborah Glick 55 Morse Rd., Newtonville Day, Riley. college A friend is someone who comes in when the whole world has gone out. Kathleen - Always Rem UKTK-F4E MZ GZ - MOSC, ALfFNMW, TSC, BMAAM tel talks and food fight, Nantucket wfDeb gymnastics 12 capt 3 Thanks everyone! Martha J. Glynn 173 Tremont St., Newton Steven Lee Goldblatt 43 Hobart Rd., Newton Centre Bigelow, Adams, college 1982 ITS ABOUT TIME! BAK 3 YEARS - BEANO, ZIKE, TG, MC. JEN, W and STEVE. Af2 COOL -Q SSJ and J - SOUTHSIDE AN, AP, DS, TJ, MB, SUE. M 3rd, MANDY, RD, JP, RM, PC, AH, PATISMOUN- TAINS MS, NC, KC, MA, MD, USA 111 OTIS, THEJUKES - ALL l WANT IS EVERYTHING" I 'lt Sandra 0'Connor lst Female on Supreme Court 'I' Liz Walker 'I' Bo Derek 'I' E f-Vx 1--7-r Nun Lori E, Goldenberg 37 Pratt Drive, West Newton Day, Palmer, college When I see you happy well it sets my heart free, I'd like to be as good a friend to you as you are to me. Love to my friends and a special thanks to MB! soccer ball Barry Goldman 49 Waban Hill Rd., Newton Bigelow, Adams, work, college Good times with the stiffs down Albermarle 7 Hawthorne EK MV DK LC SC MC DC Urban Allies ME Chico Bob and Joe EB and the Axe and stereos Corie 77Z28 Playing out with the Band DK.S Philip D. Gooist 20 North St., Newtonville Ethel Goldhagen 185 Highland Ave., Newtonville "'2'?' gg 133 4 Michael A. Goldstein 15 Grove Hill Park, Newtonville Day, Palmer, college, business administration Rem's: Success, being active, Audrey, Boston View, Summer '81, the CAR, Nobscott, SPL, Eagle, Vicki, R, Brad, Hank, Dave's fs,k,n,BJ, Andy D, frisbee, guitar, ROCCO. BLACKOUT, Steve D, Math f Say "cheese!!" Chad Evan Goldstone 11 Invahoe St., Newton B.C.D.S., Riley, college FAMILY, 1, 2, 3 - CHOIR, 1, 2, 3, TOURS, 1, 2, 3 SHOWSIQ 1, 2. 3 THE ACADEMY: BACKYARD A. EZRIN, D. KATZ, HUSK S. ST. COEUR, T. MARTIN H.V. J.T. MARK CHAPIN HMATURITY IS BEING ABLE TO WAKE UP IN CENTRAL PARK IN YOUR Walker, the girls, and everyone else 1 1!"'2! If William B. Gordon 412 Fuller St., West Newton Warren, Riley, college "WHO KNOWS? NOT I" MEMORIES OF NNHS: PAPER FIGHTS IN MATH TIME SPENT IN BOOKROOM AND RILEY STUDY, LUNCH IN NEWTONVILLE. CHECKERS IN MATH LAB. PROMS WITH MK AND SW TRIPS TO CAL, WASH, NY GOOD-LUCK JOANNE UNDERWEARH W. ALLEN ,f-A., Mark Goodale 45 Albert Rd, Auburndale Warren, Adams, college Remembers: The Bench MH CM ED SM SU FD PL X1 Scl class BM LK x Math D-4 Gas station Field Trips KM Start it up KN RD BP MA EM Stones Jan Marie Gorgone 12 Milo St., West Newton Day, Palmer. college Meg Claire MMA Wil V W Gif Mike Lew BH WK NDS CAPE COD FOREVER! Sum 81 Pepsi Whoops Cross Macers Crop M IL! TM TB LB ACS DBL Those are the memories that make me a wealthy soul TTP SEGE R! MEMS OF TIM 122879 'I' Elm Rd 'I' Teacher Recommendations 'I' Salty! 'I' NNHS Pens 'I' I 2 - 1 . WW!! .--5 vi Jonathan Grabow "Jon" 6 Sumner St., Newton Centre Bigelow, Palmer, college GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK TO ALL AT NORTH Mario Greco 930 Watertown St ,West Newton Warren, Adams, Law School REMEMBERS Tina C, Cooc H. Jimmy. Jerry, Ricky, Franco. DM, JM, RON AND JEAN, Marie. Brenda, Neil, Charlene, Beth RSHTO! STARCrew, Burger King, Stairway 2. RalmerHouseTree Good Times with Good Friends! Good Luck Class of82ll NNHS ffl Bw f 5 S1 "Don't worry! lt's iust a phase l'm going through. l'll be all right." R, J. Graf 35 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Centre Bigelow, Bacon The Doors John Densmore Brighams parties GTO, Shaun D. John N. Greg M. Courtney S. Detentions! Vicki B. l'lI Get My Kicks Before This house goes up in flames AlRight! the Best B Blocks Jennifer Greenberg 33 Bennington St., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college The road to the future is a street called happiness. Here's toi Court, Steve, Kak. Fuz, Greg. Bri, Jen, Nes Face and JIM - Thanx for the AWESOME times! Best times wfCindy - my little sis TFJ? Special thanx to Mum and Dad S i i 'X . Edgerton Graham 6A Byron Rd., Newton Meadowbrook, Adams, Auto Body THERE WAS A TIME WHEN I WAS YOUNG, BUT NOW l'M OLD. LIKE GREEN GRASS, FADED AND DEAD. WHILE PEACE MAKES EVERYONE JOYFUL AND EVERMORE POSSESS THE LAND. UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN. ESXAC? AW OAXKAXMWXNBXLSXTHXCT Lisa Gregorio 383 Lexington St., Auburndale Warren, Riley, Work Remembers: Jenny, Karen. Samantha and Danny, TH, MF, DR, MB, TM, MH, Good Times party'n with The Six, Dans van, Mikies Nova, summer of 81, Dec, ACDC, Best of luck to Linda and Bob, All my love to John. love ya mom and Dad 41. 449 Y. Lf? Eric K. Granger 30 Mill St., Newton Loren Greiff f 25 Montrose St., Newton Centrel Meadowbrook, Riley. college l "If the world is a veil of tears., smile till rainbows span it." -i Lucy Lancom Ronni and Juliel 4ever! Thanks to all! I love youl Mom, Dad, Doug and Russi Newtonite 80-81, France! 'it Pope John Paul II Assassination Attempt al' Larry Bird 'I' Thoughtprints 'lt l Claudia Gross 280 Highland Ave., West Newton Warren, Riley, college Bike team? Nats Post 5 yes 30 the whites and greens school? Flute swimming F-12 where is the snow? So it goes such is life Air! DoDufwellsshjhcb gbbr fred- sremcfuillag 3t-csa.linglunch- mwdk rmfolkdancing! vtdon'tlet schoolgetyoudown David A. Guterman 106 Randlett Pk., West Newton Warren, Riley, college Was chemist, pianist, statesman, and buffoon. -- DRYDEN, almost. ,.,,.' I , ' V ni f 1 . I JJI'-I W !. . , I W All .. , j X xx.: x, .- il ! .1 ' 5 ft I 'I 4 ,M ' 1 Beth Habelow 55 Fuller St., Waban Weeks, Riley, college Good luck and friends remember: Though the distances divide us, there's a paradise inside us. We can't lose. Can R-H-S D, Love MDW ----'B . Todd Andrew Guber 67 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville Day, Beals, college Baseball 1, 2, 3 Track 3 Remembers: SF, SG, Badser Benny RF, JV, Guz, KT, The spar- row and The Lion Jimmy Lee Window 2, The Room BH, AF, CD, Joe T, LUFY strike that boy KA, MM, TIME: Philly 9f26f81 Camp 80-81! VI? g V I Megan Jeanne Guiney 102 Highland St., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college "Lessons learned are like bridges burned - you only have to cross them but once." DF Remembers: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, ski team 1, 2, 3, St. Sebs games, Rosi parties! The Bacon tree bunch! Z" 5 15 ,J A Maria C. Hackett 185 Fairway Dr., West Newton Day, Barry, college "CRlNKLES" ALWAYS REMEMBER JILL, BETSY, LIZ, LYNDA, KATHY, EILEEN, CAROL: NEVER FORGET ARMEL, RADAR, FOOTBALL GAMES, TGIF, SUM- MER 81 SWIM TEAM, SAILING CLUB, SENIOR CLASS, YEAR BOOK, TGEG, LOVE AND THANX TO ALL FRIENDS Neal C. Hadro 60 Robinhood St., Auburndale Erik Gundersen 38 Perkins St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college At NNHS: JI, JF, KT, JF, AM, JC, LC, AP, DP, TS, DB, LP, LS, KB, LF, GH, LS, LH, Rl, ML, MS, F. MARCHING BAND, VELVETA, SKI TEAM, VELAMINT HAN- DOUTS, HALLOWEEN, SCOUT SHORTS, SUMMERS IN MN. "RICH AND?", PROPS. WED- DING RECEPTION. George D. Guzzi 11 Randlett Pk., West Newton Day, Palmer, college "The poorest of all men is not the man without a cent, but the man without a dream" Remembers: Bob, John, Brian, Catherine, M and GZ, TT, KJ, Trips to Maine, Out-to-lunch. The King of B's. and the rest of the crew. "'..1" Mark Hamel 18 Myrtle St, West Newton Warren, Beals, Work GOOD TIMES WITH D.C. M.B. T.M. M.G. C.M. B.M. AUBURN- DALE BOYS REMEMBERS CRUISING SMOKESHOWS OUT FRONTAND MY FORD. 'I' Fernando Valenzuela 'I' Burger King 'I' ACTS 'I' Barney Frank 'I' .l I , N gi I Q Maryanne Hanick 148 Tremont St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, Work lt's been so long, another day here might be too long. A con- crete iungle surrounded me, at last l'm free. "The Greatest of all time" - Greene yes. Thirty is dirty 6f1Of81 P.S. - friends until the end. 47" Sophia Hartog 165 Bigelow Rd., West Newton Warren, Barry, college LOVE TO ALL MY FRIENDS. NEVER FORGET THE GOOD TIMES AND THANKS TO MOM AND DAD WHO WERE ALWAYS THERE FOR ME. NEVER FORGET SUMMER '81, Pamela A. Hays 244 Lexington St., Auburndale Pamela Hardwick 69 Evergreen Ave, Auburndale Warren, Riley, college Memories with Leslie, Nancy, JT, JR, MW, Mary K, Hampton, loving a special one John 4f21f79, Summer at Rocky Pond wfOBlE. A new day will dawn tor those who stand long and the forest will echo wflaughter. .paw- ll 'll' if ,i L..,, I5 Stephen Haswell 5 Sheridon St., Natick Coolidge, Adams, Auto mechanic GO KAWASAKI OR DON'T GO AT ALL! RIGHT SAM? HEY PAUL! IT'S A FORD, SELL IT! CAVEMEN RIDE ON! BERNIE KEEP THE FARM TRUCK GOING, GOOD LUCK EVERYONE. HI Ma! Hi Pa! 5' '13 A ' fm W 'W f' ,D I ,txt K Kenneth P. Healey 67 Cherry PI., West Newton 'Z' .xi Kimberly B. Harpe 26 Lhewellyn Rd., West Newton Warren, Barry, Nursing TM, DH, MP, SS, BJ, JBS The PIT 114, LF, KE, CE, MG. Brighams, EXPLORERS NN TIGER, 4106, 2116, DM. Franklin, Hardy, NNHS, Warren, WhasUp, SM, MG, Marks House Cuddles CAF. BITING STU AS LS flirting V and O B and L B and W SWEET 16 123 and 4 -nw, Alison Hay 18 Webster St., West Newton Warren, Bacon, College Remembers all great friends - Candi, Diana, Margaret, Cari, Dee, Especially Jane - THANX! "Take the best and make it bet- ter" Love to Peter! Chuck BD MA Cheerleading Best of luck to everyone! We've only just begun. s 1-i I X Joan Heckscher 11 Devon Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Barry, college Best+worst of times: TPHR, Brigs, summers, UN, Tranny, tGood Times never felt so goody NEOTOTry is not toLlVE. Ray- Stay Gold. To live in hearts left behind is never to die. Dream until your dreams come true . .. James Harrington 157 Lowell Ave., Newtonville FA. Day, Barry, college TIGERS ARE 111 THANKS TO: MACDOUGALL + JO.E. MON- TAGUE + THE REST OF THEM. REMEMBER GOOD TIMES WITH B.M,, K.K., P.P., R.M. ALSO: R.L., M.C., C.C., M.P. T.W. + EVERYONE ELSE THAT I FORGOT! GOOD LUCK TO ALL IN THE FUTURE! .3 sl ix. Chuck Hayes 11 Cumberland Rd., West Newton Warren, Adams, Mass. Maritime Good Times with Kell, Loretta, f Phil. L, Phil. M, John, Mark, Joe, I FRANK, Grem, Reeb, Hoop, B-K, CapeCod, MM, Friday-Nights K Remember MC, TOM, JC, SO, , KA, LT, Norty, DS, BJ. i l 5 2' 3 4-Q' ' X . N T .' I Barbara Heineman A' 11 Waverley Ave, Newton Bigelow, Riley, college I remember yesterday JKDM- JMKMFPRMKULLAEJL 4f18f81 grounded Monte Carlo The Villa Celebrate! K108 Mysti- . que Mr. C's New Year's growing up. Thank You, Michael for all that you are and all you've let me be. 'I' Breaker Morant '!' Polo Shirts '!' Squeeze - Tempted 'l' Mommie Dearest tl' , I 1 'Q' rf' .... q Steven H. Heller 99 Sumner St., Newton Centre Leslie Hetherington . 57 Fordham Rd., West Newton Warren, Bacon, college The best of times wfNancy, Mary, Pam, Mal, and good friends from Auburndale. The memories we share will last forever. Love and thanks to Jim for being the person you are. 6117178 - Hey Love to Mom and Dad , Ray Hodgdon 44 Judkins St., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college AC?DC, Bobby, Bon, Rem. Mario and Sherri, LarMunsat Maine 81, AthySwillber Rion, Joe, Al Dave, Chuck, Eddy, RoseMargaret, "life goes on", ISC, DC, DD, KP, Dee, JC, MA, 'II I-lave Become Comfortably Numb," JTAH, "Turn the page" 0+-T 1 ,I Katherine R. Hermann 34 Prospect St., Newtonville -4'-X. .V -v-...., Susan Higgins 34 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Day, Palmer, Jr. College Always rem: good times with good friends Sally Sherri Kim Lisa Alison and everyone else, Lou's house The Park Marshfield Summer of 80 and 81, Special times with Joey 117107801 you're the best. I love ya, Joey! Mary Elizabeth Holland 871 Watertown St., West Newton Wil? Rachel A. Hermann 34 Prospect Pk., Newtonville , , - wi ,vig-I - Q 3 'A4, I ,,A' 1 f . Mg, 51 Nami. , if I X ff ' -Tx A I k I f I 7 an, I S X Jeff Hill 41 Bridge St., Newton Day, Bacon, Auto Body RG, MF, SS, RJ, KH, JM, BB, MB, JN, AO, SM, HE, DS, CE, THE PIT, MGCS, PTMay67Baker ST, PP, DY, DM, JYBACon House, Hockey, BM, KC, DDJD, MarksPub, TYW, PS, WS, CanadaEL Scene, MW, 31-06, 46, 2638, JP, PT, VH, NC, NJ. BJHS, WOTW BCN, JPP William Reginald Holmes 227 Pleasant St., Newton Centre Weeks, Beals, college Mrs. Killion til They're looking for improvement, aren't they? Lana Tuna Granola Enlighten- ment Mrs. B's English Class and Deep Thought Blitzkreig WPB Constructive Criticism seminars on How to be Humble Marvy .M f .F x T 1 Catherine Herrin 207 Waverley Ave., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college "What wealth it is to have friends such as these that one cannot think of them without elevation." Vswimfski sophwfA CDRMrsk mrY MUN RL RTMe Feb 81 Bike 81 WST SHJ Ever: MGZ GGKJJVDT "THE GANG" RYDM "THE CREW" l H 'T"17 Marcy Hinand 863 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Beals, college Gonna Get A Little Higher and see if I can hotwire reality REMEMBER: TPHR, MUN. DSDEER Lake 81, The Sting. ONS Weekend, Hull St. Bulloughe, Duckie, RM 680, PLC AND The HONDA, Thanx, my friends, you made it Bearable. , ,222 I f , 'gg gf ,. ,vt l If -iii Tack E. Homayounjah 1131 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton 'I' Bobby Sands Hunger Strike 'I' Mon. Dec 7, 1st Snowday 'I' Ralph Lauren 'I .Qi-5 :VY .34-. , fi nu L- -3 . 'XI .I I I Kathleen Horkan 136 Grasmere St., Newton Bigelow, Beals, college I'LL NEVER FORGET THE GOOD TIMES AND GOOD FRIENDS I HAD AT NNHS. SPANISH CLUB. SARANAC, "STRIPES," CROWD- ED LOCKER - BEST OF LUCK TO S.M., A,A., AND ALL FRIENDS. THANX MOM AND DAD. S I us: . I '3 ..I. .gf Eleanor Horowitz 224 Valentine St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college REMEMBER THE TIMES WITH MARGOT + CARLOS, MARTA. RHONA, KAREN, FRAMINGHAM. NARCISSUSYJ CONVEN, HC + THE GANGHR wfSM, SUMMER OF 81 JOSLIN. "I NEED A VACA- TlON," LP, BF, ML, LP, ML, LA, Todd William Houston 208 Cherry St., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college REMEMBERS: FOOTBALL Basketball WellesleyPalmer Council 3483 To all my friends I know or knew. Good luck in the future. Thanks to all my teachers. P.O. Gang mom, I made it. "82" Reue Middletown ' W 4.5 Paul F. Howley 157 Melrose St., Auburndale Warren, Barry, college FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3, HOCKEY 1, 2. 3. BASEBALL 1, 2, 3 REMEMBER: Lori Always, FD. ED, PL, HM. SM, MA, DQ, Cove Dwellers. BeaIsBench, Palmer LockerswfK.D, Skunk Runs, Muncys Dew stops. Denver - Tomorrow. ADAMS AND EVERYONE ELSE Conn. 1 1 1 "You don't have to say it. I know l'm cute!" .Q ,,x Paul Hubel 98 Collins Rd., Waban Meadowbrook, Riley. college Music: WEJECBMBO "ROC- CO" ITALY - PLAY forJP2 STOCKHOLM - NOBEL SPAIN - ORCH, NEWTS ENNUI, BASS. PUNKNW TENNIS?, TALENT? SHOWS ALL THE PEOPLE WHO MADE IT A BLAST STUPID QUOTES8iS"Ar?!11 PROFOUND GENERALIZATIONS. Brian V. Howe 774 Watertown St., West Newton Day, Adams, college Thank you to my good friends CH, NW, DC, KI, AL, Jv, CP, Ts, MG. AO, Weekends, p3100, Ford "Things to do and places to go" ITS Finally over, Good Bye, Good Luck, Better times to come, DON'T FORGET BT'S. fi? Christopher Howe 67 Clyde St., Newtonville I I I I I I I ' I Kimberly Hughes I 42 Farquhar Rd., Newtonville I Day, Beals, college I Remembers Sherri, SueDebbie, I Sally, Lisa, Alison. Summer of 80. The log, The Van, CC, Alber- marle, Boyd, Good Times at 3 Lou's cellar. Horace Mann, Mar- . shfield, Louie, Tom, Joey. Good J Luck! Keep In Touch, . I I I 'I' Billy Squier 'I' Arthur 'I' Cable TV Comes to Newton 'I' Garfield 'I' HW Wa if av.. ..4si-I "ls she going to be all right?" Lewis Hunter 29 Hillside Ave., West Newton Warren, Riley, college When all else fails, head for the hills, X-country, Indoor and Out- door track, Thanks to FredfMark There will never be another Allagash like 81's. 'H-....,. 'cpl Beth Hyman 29 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Riley, college "No Canvas absorbs color like memory" GH, R-H-S, wash. Best of times with the best of friends. Thanks: Leah, DJBMR ,Q-A Henry P. Huntington 20 Berkshire Rd., Newtonville Day, Beals, college SOCCER 2, 3, TENNIS 3 CAPT, SKI 3, REMEMBERS: EVERYONE, TEACHERS, TJ GJ HR, KILLER, A LITTLE O' THIS, A LITTLE O' THAT, AND NOT TOO MUCH OF ANYTHING. EVERYTHING IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT. BS ETC. Thomas G. Hughes 53 Morseland Ave., Newton Centre Weeks, Adams, college Ahhh! OUT OF HERE MUSH! l'M FINALLY DONE WITH MY STUDIOUS ENDEAVORS. REMEMBER FLORIDA? AHOO! PARANOIA THE DESTROYER. PEUGEIT AT THE BEACH. I KNOW IT'S ONLY ROCK+ROLL BUT I LIKE IT! STEVlE'S GRANDPA T. GRUNDY f ,Max f 15 Jr. S ' g V Vfgg 4, me I I- Y 1154? ,, . ' 'fi-If I ' Samuel Horwitz 63 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Warren, Adams, work Good Times in Auto with SH, PC, BE, JC, JM, MW, Remembers: Racing at Rec-Road with BA, SC, BM, RT, with my "69" See ya up New England. Elizabeth Hyman 5 Merril Rd., Newton Centre Bigelow, Riley, Chemistry Major MR'ITA"CR"LD'IKB'IPP"PH"SK "'LC"'CC"BD"AR"'SM"RM"MD: Feb. 14, 80 Nails Dunks MCYD'S Retakesotay! New Years, 79 Constant Giggling KNOCK YOURSELF OUT CAPE COD NYNJ MD LOVE TO: MOM, DAD, TINYAND Carol ADCD!.Bye 't'5A"X'+,x . I MQW P. Wig!! z' id Y 1 Patricia Hunt "Pattie" 36 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college THIS TIME, LIKE ALL TIMES, IS A VERY GOOD ONE IF WE BUT KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH IT. REMEMBERS: KRMFKSALL- DAERCAG+PA, PARTIES, CAPE, Field hockey, camp, ADIDAS, blizzard, SMU, SS, WNSBH, DI WR+RG, Nye, M+D Susan Huse 221 Highland Ave., West Newton Warren, Beals, college REMEMBERS: EVERYONE: JLMFLRLFDBEGMMACDBPH Teachers, Martins, Monty, Liv- ingston, CornerVillage, Geo Club, Star Wars, Aardvarks, Par- ties, Lab, It Takes A While To Find Forever! What About The Refrigerator Light? NNHS! N... ' ILL..-.Laifq Leah Hyman 29 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Palmer, college "And as for where in space and times one's slipper touches, well, earth is hard all over, try the states," GH, Summer '81, Wash., C.C. tours, Thanks to all, Beth, Love and many memorable smiles will last always. 'I' Shakespeare 'I' Pipeline From USSR to Western Europe 'I' Allen House 'It .wi -rr ve" y, e . "My friends all call me Marilyn Monroe." we LaurylAnne Jacobs 50 Joslyn Rd ,Waban Weeks, Beals, college, acting "The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals and beauty is life when life unveils her holy face A' no, not preten- tious Adios, I'll miss you Chevy. Ahava, Lauryl 7' Patricia Anne Jakubowski "TJ" "O'JAK" 41 Converse Ave ,Newton Bigelow, Beals, college "The most essential thing for happiness is the gift of friend- ship" SHUGSIE f l'm sleeping now. KIMSooo cute! MARTY M PG attacks! CLAIRE f Be blunt, SUPER FRIENDS Flat stomachs 7f11 -.4 Jeffldelson 89 Prospect St., West Newton Warren, Adams, college ERIK LARRY DAVE KIDSON THE HILL SB DT JR BE CB AND BEANS ACE JD KILLER MUSIC SCO WITH THE DEE'S FLOYD LED ZEP SKI CLUB SKI TEAM"SPEED KING NICOLTOR- TURE WXSSC ADAMS NEWTON- NITE 80-81 CELTS! YO! NYOW- JL'CESTLAVIE Rachel lnker 17 Leonard Ave., Newtonville Warren, Beals, college You know you're mature when you eat an Oreo and you find that instead of taking it apart to eat the middle first, you just crunch thru all three layers at once and realize it tastes the same LVfFrnds Thanx 'ff' ...J Michelle James 14 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Weeks, Adams, work LOTSA LUCK TO KAREN AND BREN ALWAYS NEVER FORGET RM JL JM LB DP KD AND GOOD TIMES WITH THEM! ALWAYS REMEMBER BOBBY! PS PAR- TIES AND BEACH PARTIES WITH FRIENDS NEVER FORGET! Robert K. Incorvati 261 Pearl St., Newton Day, Palmer, college ttlNK" Hockey Always Remember Barry, Bobby, Tom, Pep, Ken, Carl, Sox, Monk, Joe, Kenney, Corner Rats, Weekends with friends, Stearns Park, Renee, Mario, Chick, Beans, Carl's House, Looking For Sniz all year, Stones 'Q' Rebecca A. Ivry 154 Randlett Pk., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college Orchestra, Mr. B., "Kismet", "Camelot", French Club 1, Bacon, M.L. Janet, Queptwn, DPD ITS? SPRINGSTEENI Julie Janower 41 Varick Rd., Waban BB+N, Barry, college If endings symbolize new begin- nings, how come goodbyes r always so hard to say? Life is not always logical. BestAlwysfrvr, Twitt LYP-+G. LLsisM+D, Rocco 'lt Supply-Side Economics 'l' Patriots 2-14 Worst in NFL tl' No Nukes 'I' Helaine Jenkins E 19 Bradlee St., Dorchester i l l l ll l ll V. 7' V . r i Center William P. Jessup 135 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Barry, college Remembers: KH, OS, NH, NS, MO KJ Mr BD. EM. MANY GOOD WKENDS. Be the best fClark's mottol Hockey 2 Lacrosse 3 lt's been fun! ll.-0 Erik Duke Johnson UNO Brain" Remember TC JL JS SK BD All the great times at parties cross country skiing motorcycle snowmobile Deaf basketball Racquetball I never forget SLJ Thanks for everything to Dad Mom Cris Valerie + Kevin X, Spiros Johnson 47 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Bigelow, Palmer, college "GREEK" COLLARS UP DARE TO BE DIFFERENT. HULL THANX SAM LYD POPT AND ES RUBASH. GOOD LUCK BOOBOO KITTY SOIRISH HSV! AUD- WOMANJENNALASYSK AND K. JADE AND MOSLEYS. GREEK CLUB BKPPVBPW WHERE DID IT ALL GO? HELP ME START OVERAGAIN- H-pq' A f' x-if . uw- Laurie Johnston 17 Maple St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, Wilford Academy Remember: Jen, MM, TM, Friends from the Pit Forever Tommy. JH, LC, AF, MC, DA, Summer 81. Sports: Track, Lacrosse and wrestling Manager. True love is forever A smile is the whisper of a laugh!!! Renee M. Jones 1087 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Kevin Jordan 176 Adams Ave., West Newton Warren, Adams, college Remembers: Gymnastics Star Auburndale squad Thanx Steve John Jim SH JB HC AO KW MN my homeroom Franklin the burned hill eggs accounting Saunders BC Bentley? Mom and Dad 'l' Hull St. 'l' Diets 'l' Getting Kicked Out of the Library Off Main St. 'l' 'fd v--v 531 Bill Jordan 448 Highland St., Newtonville Day, Beals, college Baseball 1, 2, 3 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3 Pierce Cullins Cecil, let's drag to New Hampshire Sampson Brian Jill D. Kaplan 40 Park Ave., Newton Bigelow, Riley, college The moment is temporary but the memory is forever. SL Always remember my friends. THANKS KENNA. REMEMBERS: RM. DM. MD. LD. TK. CB. WEEKENDS. NANTUCKET. Thanks Mom and Dad Jason C. Kaufman 39 Colbert Rd ,West Newton Weeks, Adams, college BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, PARTIES. BEEF LIVES. MIDNITES, GOOD TIMES BEEF, BERM, JEFF, PETE. KAPPY, AMY, JACK. CLEM, SWEENS, AL, ALWAYS REMEMBER NF, BH. ND, AH. YODA, LF, AL, NINI, THE BOSS, GEILS, LAFKO, BBOOT, SFB. DM. LOVE ALWAYS TO DONNA Y. I Kathleen E. Joyce 18 Wauwinet Rd., West Newton Barry, college "If I can stop one heart from breaking, ease one life the aching, or cool one pain, I shall not live in vain," Skiing Patricia UR Incredible! Deb thanx "G" CH CDR 2f13f81 MZ GG BD TSC MUN WPJ Good Luck TxM-D v I 1 L Samuel C. Kapreilian 259 California St., Newton Day, Adams, college Lax 123 Adams Pres. Simon, Jay, Toidy, Beef The Youngsters, Busa, Pep, Sox, Al, Heb. lD's, overchay, 72 Skylark, cruisinf Love to Michelle, Anna, Soph, Liz, Mart. Stearns, Parties Cape concerts, Florida. Wknds!! an-Q 5.41 1 f'5 I Bernard C. Keaney Jr. 7 Auburn St., West Newton Warren, Beals Good-bye, North! I will not miss you as much as I will miss some of the people: Kirsten B., Steve F., Larry M.. Guy C.. Dan D.. Scott B Ancl everyone else that I didn't say. Q-'17 David L. Kagan 123 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Day, Beals, college x-country, 1, 2, 3. Lech, GF, TB, PP, TL, GM. lndoorfoutdoor track 1, 2, 3. Good x wfraig, Marc Cohen. Blackout, Wlngasheik + Reffers wfEric, Adam. Wells, Duffy, 11f14f81. JT at TLC. SPACE ACE. TC IF It feels good, do it luv2WMD X WT? -1 I IN I Jodi Karger 100 Glen Ave., Newton Center Weeks, Beals, college t'Our Memories of Yesterday will last a Lifetime, We'II take the best, Forget the rest, And some day we'lI find these are the best of times." Styx - Bridesmaids NF SM 143-1s, SH, LP 143 - mom Thanks Dad 4. In Christine Keddy "Italia" 24 Alpine St., Somerville Day, Barry. college Never forget "Teen AngeIs," Florida 81, Canada 81, Studio 4, Clubs. Parties, Revere Beach, Senior representatives, Thanks for helping me, LouAnn!, Love Dad and Ma. Love RRFC, Good luck in the future. to class of 82! John T. Kalamvokis 8 Rogers St., Newton 3 "Q, - I C 3 . Q. I Paul W. Kasman 30 Priscilla Rd., Chestnut Hill Bigelow, Riley, College - Finances, Politics 12 YEARS OF PUBLIC EDUCA- TION REDUCED TO 200 CHARACTERS WRITTEN INSIDE LOPSIDED BLOCKS ON A GRID. WELL, IT'S MORE THAN ENOUGH ROOM TO WRITE OUT EVERYTHING THAT WE'VE BEEN TAUGHT. Talltusly-me -1 I Lawrence E. Kelley 10 Cumberland Rd., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college BASEBALL 2 HOCKEY 2, 3 JD JS PL CH PM DD RD SV SB JD FD MN BLTP C DEMEO LIZARD MAYOREEBS NIM 8 S AND D NO WAY PLEASE CLOWN THE COR- NERS SB 'it Space Shuttle Columbia 'I' Mash Goes Off the Air tl' Ordinary People 'I' I It I I F I I I I .A Lisa C. Kelley 11 Carleton St., Newton Bigelow, Barry Always remember the good times up BC with Michelle and Maureen. Adams commons with mc aa mm cm. Thanks mom and dad, I made it! Katelin King 157 Fuller St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college "lf I leave here tomorrow, will lui you still remember me, cause of ' ' S .i,. I.1 I m as free as a bird now, there are too many places I've got to see." Thanx Pen, Cin and Wen The hill, Diwfc, DebfF4E, M.Z. - Piz, G.Z., Gators, Thanks M and D 1-T SWIQ Deborah Jane Knight Hazelton Rd., Newton Adams, college forget J.P. and all the J.B., Nat K, Nutgang Goodbye MA. To all: for being there. l I ,I 'I' Fire Drillsi ,.. X ,.,... Stephen Paul Kelley 21 Anthony Rd., North Reading Day, Barry, Galluadet Diving 1, 2, 3 Edco Basketball 3 Rem: The great time with Skip Joe No brain toma ACE. Never forget the wild parties at Cape Cod WSG, STEVEN ROSEN doing boot hill the wrong way party forever Thanks MOM AND DAD BYE! 495 . 'iv n K Tricia King 18 Gilbert St., Newton Warren, Beals, college Dream what you dare to dream, go where you want to go, be what you want to be. Always remember the best of friends, Mary-Lou, Linda, Theresa, Lino, "The 8", JK, KR, LD, ND. Remember the scene at T.P. A . ff Linda J. Knight 305 Central St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college Remembers good times with Kathy ellen and Thalia TA, TH, GC, DD, SB, Kids in lavs, and good times at Newton New Years of 80, 81, and 81, 82. Florida WARREN and weekends Great times at illusions and PARTY'S 'Q' I if F? Donna L. Kennedy 167 Cherry St., West Newton Warren, Adams, Photography School Remembers all the good times with Diane - eq. room, football games, bags, kitty nice! 5f23f81, BK. "I wish you peace when the cold wind blows." Love always Phil 8f28f8l fs, Eric Klauber 21 Garden Rd., Newton di Thomas L. Kohler 133 Newtonville Ave., Newton , I Matthew A. Kierstead 43 Kenwood Ave., Newton Center Douglas Klayman 210 Brookline St.. Newton Center Bigelow, Barry Good times with MV BG EK SC MC DC LC EB ALWAYS REMEMBER GETTING FIRED FROM UA NANTASKET with chico and his axe July 4th down the Cape. Nauset Beach with Mike Nauset. . 3' Terry L. Kontoft 12 Athelstane Rd., Newton KS-LR-MD-TS-PODE-SG-MW- GW-BM-RB-JD-MP-LD-LH-GOOD TIMES WITH EVERYONE ELSE - MOM - TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES! n Sub-Zero Weather 'I' CaroIyn's Sweet Shop 'I' Nikes 'lt Marya E. Koss 1776 Washington St., Newton 30. 'TT7 I Susan Marcy Krutt 75 Maynard St., West Newton Day, Beals, college If you love something, set it free, if it comes back, it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was. DDCGCBLGSPSWMDKF Sum- mer - 81 SEGERI 1f1f81 143-John-flever. ' x ,git Gal Lahat 38 Wauwinet Rd., West Newton Warren, Adams, University and Israel Remembers. -Harvey-, all my classmates grades 10-12 Cesp, Jay Band Liz Rl, H.R. 2345 and the superior faculty at NNHS END NORTH BEGIN FUTURE... V Stuart J. Krantz 66 Ashton Ave., Newton Adams, college Thanks to Mom, Stef, Shari, TRANNY 82 JV Baseball Washburn-Stew store Ron, June Joanne - How could I ever thank you for always being there, Love Always to you Maureen Ann Laffey 291 Lexington St., Auburndale Warren, Beals. college May childhood dreams never be forgotten for those who now im- agine will later create. PUDGE, BEANO, Jackie, Kirsten Are you three sisters? lp M and D, Lynda + girl-talk, Mutt-frog, sisters, cc Sebago-talk, SKI! 4229 Jodi S, Kravit 222 Ward St., Newton Bigelow, Beals Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. We'll take the best, forget the rest and some- day we'll find these were the best of times growin' up. BHJM- JLJKSPSMTK villa Brad always remember 2-13-81 Joseph P. Lafko "Joe" 169 Washington St., Newton Corner Bigelow, Adams, Work Good times with Jack Jim Jeff Jason toid aalkszssbbscps Alps Adams Bench Whopper JLS con- ference room reeech HI-LO awesome 67 cutlass. JAWAI, 3dc dt tb "porky-pine" JG Polish 111 The Boss Buzz cut NNHS 111 HAYS Y "Main Street's closed?? . . I Michael Kreider 12 Maple St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer Remembers: Tranny '82, Wrestl- ing, Football, Eric, Petra, Jerry, Todd, Benny, Tony. LAGNAF rw Steven LaFreniere 21 Park Lane, Newton Weeks, Adams, college 'Alf I leave here tomorrow you still remember me, must be traveling on now ' there's too many places l've got to see." concerts, camping, ar- chery, summerjob. Much later Shirley Lai 57 Court St., Newton Day, Barry, college "l'm sailing away, Set an opei course for the virgin seas, Fo I've got to be free, Free to face the life that's ahead of me.' Thanks to all, especially MON AND DAD Remember, ESGKLC JAKH, MB, JB and Lunch Hou A+BfB 'l' Records Office 'lt Grateful Dead 'I' Death of William Holden 't' Newtonian tl' I? Ill ,v Ill I Ii I P x L W J A I. I I i l. r 2 1 L 935, C W ll cgi! 1 If -.? Cameron A. Laing 84 North St., Newton Eve LaMonica 944 Centre St., Newton Center A.T.S., Bigelow, Adams, college "Sans vous, la comedie ne vaudrait pas grand 'chose." MOLIERE Merci Jennalla, Ness mess, Laurie, Sonya, Boyd, Megan, Shmoan, Biros, Melinda, Rica and KaK, Mrs, Cradle even Maman and Daddy!! O's and X's Orchesis , , ' 51 i T' 1 Anne E. Larson 33 Princess Rd., West Newton Day, Barry, college Swimming 1, Field Hockey 2, 3, Camp, LD, AE, KS, MC, JM, PH, MF, KR, ND, TB - Riley D-I, V'S, P-P, NC, Ducky, J-Island, Feb '81, Summer '81, S. nites wfAMS, MO-Stephen Jenna Lammers 71 Standard St., Mattapan Bigelow, Riley. college To live your life in your own way to reach for the goals you have set for yourself to be the you that you want to be, that's success. STATE CHAMPS B-BALL 1981, TENNIS 1980-81, Thanx MOM. DQ, DR, BK. Philip Lanciano 15 Rowe St., West Newton Warren, Bacon, college Force-12 EXP-507 JD Parties, Highlands, Fishing on the Cape Chuck, Phil John Joe Kelly Mark 82 SOLID Rec Road Racing CUDA Smokem up Barn FLA. Golden Dude. FD lst lot USC YA The Balls Palmer House Camping Bryce F, Laurie 96 Withington Rd., Newtonville 'ln 414 'iff YI? '97 Mary Lou Lane 46 Jerome Ave., West Newton Warren, Adams, college What's too painful to remember We simply choose to forget For it's the laughter We will remember Whenever we remember The way we were. as--fx --'ff i N Susan Lawry 221 Auburn St., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college NEVER FORGET: KAREN, LISA, SHEILA, BONNIE, SARA, BABS, and JANE, 80, 36 RED CARNATIONS SATURDAYS. THANKS TO THE OFFICE, ALL MY FRlENDS,and TEACHERS. ,fi Marguerite Ann Laroche "Margie" 54 Newell Rd, Auburndale Day, Palmer, Hair dresser The best of luck to all my friends. We may drift apart but the memories will not. Best of luck to Mark + Michelle! Thanks Ma + Dad H. for everything. Always remember good times with Michael. l Love You! Prom 80 4f14f80 A ---sv Janet M. Leacy 387 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Day, Barry, college If you love something set it free ...9f1f809f1f81 Ed . . . AAF ...Rll BOT wf"Jeanne" You're the Best! GTWf"Cook" MSMKDSTTBTSRCMKTJCMT ... and then there's us F. Ha11123nfcFlorida! .., this one's for you Kim! Love Ya Ma and Da! 'l' Aaron Fink Retires tl' Jade Island 'l' Metallics tl' The Police '!' Solid! tt it? 'IF P,-v Eileen Joan Noelle Leahy 291 Crafts St, Newtonville Day, Riley, college Margie, Kathy, Lynda Santina and Shabooboo Carol, Sandy, Signing the register swim Kathy swim! nightly rounds RICE! SPEB math 182 Margie, clean the locker!!! Lucy and Ethel What time does school start??? Sue T727 Anthony T. Leary 206 Franklin St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college Cross-country 1, 2, 3, ln- Outdoor - 1, 2, 3, Basketball ? Remembers IB, LM, JS, SL, CC, DP, GM, LK, SF, FUT, TC, GF, RP, TB, TV, DC, KA, Thanks to FY, JC and most of all ML Remembers Hoop with KA, Run- ning with the team State Champs '81 "Why is it Mondays are so depressing?" . -A '-itz' Raphael Leeman "Rafe" 139 Park St.. Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college Remember: TENNIS 2, 3, Capt. TL, SL. WL. CS, IB, EF, GM, NB, Leemabean U2 Also: EL, AV, M AND D. lDA'S, N't. Holy Cow! Smokes. late papers, No School Much? lNC'S, G'Seppes, Celts, Geils, Doors. Great Times! Robert Leone 398 Wolcott St., Auburndale Warren, Barry, Technician Midnight leaps Sebago Lake ME. Vermont and the USA toboggan- ing team "81" UGRLJDJ Hang- ing at the offices Batman! Fred- dy the man Cin B minorl SM John A. LeBlanc 63 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Adams Remembers Phil, Dave. AI, Joe, Vic, Bennie, SM, Cahty, Sherry, Mr, MOJO The trails and Tracks, DC Palmer House, Jimi, EM The Magic Bus, Jack. D Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Summer - 81 - Homeroom Dudes "this is the end of my friend." -82- Roxanne M. Lee 115 Elliot St., Newton Highlands A Sylvia Lessa 131 Watertown St., Watertown Warren, Palmer, College Rem. Best buddie Mar. Kirsten, Reb, ROX, Em, Lind, And, Step, Jon Let me drive. H.R.Th. for gracing us wfyr, pres. Janet. Dr. Ed.E,Fun wfthe gang. Also Rem: rviw, Jrvi, JN, JR, VT Qwest vaj T+T,H., rv1+c.F.. oc., cc.. oo., tGeorge Dicklel EV, TM, PF S.H., E.M., D.L.E.F.A. Band + yr. BK. 3 5 , Philip A. Lebrun 280 Melrose St., Auburndale X l. Jennifer Leeman "Bean" 139 Park St., Newton Bigelow, Barry, college "I don't want to think the same - I Need Strange" M-masta. Shmeve, Kak, Fuz, BURGA. Sport, Stevo, Bpal. Course R, E. A, M AND D. TOMMA! "Actually, baby, that's not what I wanna say, 'cause l'm tryin' 2 tell you l'm thinkin' of you." I I Jeff Lesse I 162 Evelyn Rd., Waban I Weeks, Barry, college I THE BEST PLACE TO SUCCEEDJ IS WHERE YOU ARE WITH WHAT, YOU HAVE. ALWAYS Remember' PA SK AE BH HS LE HS BEEF' BERM FLA 80 81 LOVE TO ALLI MY FAMILY EGMGJLMLGSMSI LBNL ITCH LAFKO JACK CLEM I 'If Video Games 'I' Prince Charles 'lt Stadium 'I' Green M8tM's tl' Aardvarks 'I' I I IQ 1, I IE III I. I II, lf' lg' I I I l I I l I l I I I ii l I Joseph W. Letendre "Joe" "ir23" 10 Diamond Ter., Chelmsford Day, Barry, college Basketball- 12 EdcoB-ball 3 Rac- quetball Pres. of J.R.M.D. Remember all the great times wfskipper, "NoBrain" "Toma," NACE", Brian, Stephen Parties Always Remember "SlothBoy" + Steve Rosen Never Forget the fun at Cape Cod + Hampton Beach THANX Dad, Mom + Billy BYE 82 1.4, 'If-fn' Vicki Levy 58 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Center Weeks, Barry, college TP, Ski team, AH always . . . "lt's the heart afraid of breaking that never learns to dance. It's the dream afraid of waking that never takes the chance." Jane Elizabeth Lidsky 215 Highland Ave., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college i'You may say l'm a dreamer, ,but l'm not the only one. I hope ,someday you'll join us, and the world will be as one." Lennon THANKS and GOOD LUCK to all Fmy friends. CLASH in NY, NFTY, -LT, Beach '81. 1? Rachel Leventman 189 Bellevue St., Newton Bigelow, Barry, college YOU'VE GOT TO GET UP EVERY MORNING WITH A SMILE ON YOUR FACE AND SHOW THE WORLD ALL THE LOVE IN YOUR HEART, THEN PEOPLE GONNA TREAT YOU BETTER YOU'RE GONNA FIND, YES YOU WILL, THAT YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL AS YOU FEEL. Adam M. Lewis 14 Hillside Ter., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college - Air Force REM: WEEKENDS QBARELYJ ED, KEVIN, MV wfTM, GYM - CAPT, BYRON, SIVAK, BTS, DS, BM, GUTZ, BOB, BA, 3kgs Bc. CHARDZ, ACXDCI DG - FNMH, BASHING wfE AND K STADIUM, ED - WE WON'T BE HASBEENS, MDS AND I, ILTDB, 8th BR BLUES. BBS WILL NEVER DIE, LATER. JaneJ.Lin 63 Clearwater Rd., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Adams, college "Time, like a snowflake, disap- pears while we're trying to decide what to do with it." REMEMBERS: Lisa, Liz, Janis, Linda, Carman, Rona, Tuan, Chon, Maria, Miss Cox, Mrs. Cradle, Mr. Ryan, Orchesis, Int. Club. 7? Kavvm 'Y' Michael Levine 39 Dexter Rd., Newtonville Warren, Palmer, college LIFE GETS SIMPLER, MORE CONFUSED - IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON, YOU'RE PROBABLY FULL OF IT. lT'S JUST ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL e KEEP IT UP EGMBSRAMDBJFRABBIT. THIS IS THE END, MY BEAUTIFUL FRIEND Richard Levine 10 Church St., Newton Palmer ALWAYS REMEMBER GWH. LIVERWURST, WINNING TRACK, KING KNELL, AND JH, SM.. PP, JT, RM, DS, RA ANDXQ, GRADUATION IS THE TANGEN- TIAL POINT BETWEEN ZERO AND INFINITY. TCB TO THE CLASS OF '82, AND THE FOG IS ALWAYS RISING. cf Gu -...mln ---:ug "You want me to touch my toes? You can't be serious!" I Deborah Link 286 Melrose St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE IN THE CLASS OF '82 - esp. Kelly, M.D., BM., R.J., BD., P.H., PL., L.T., P.H. 8f17f8O P.M. "Always face the sunshine and you'II never feel the rain." .ag Lauren Anne Liss 44 Leslie Rd., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college "lt seems that we have to have moments of turmoil to contrast to moments of peace in order to truly understand and appreciate that peace." - L.U, EB! Killer, M and D, AML - ie vous aime 'I' Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel Reunion in Central Park tl' Scrub Suits 'lt Wendy Litman 102 Grasmere St ,Newton Bigelow, college LATER MUCH NNHS! Your the best Cyn, ILYI I MUST REST! Stars and Eggs?! 4 FoldwfSF! FH 23, win? I Love You DAVID, I'm sure all my love to Mom. TC,L,R,B,+J AND D+J AND D AND L+L l'm Building My Own Rainbow! Luv 2, LC, LA, PC, KK, CS, SL, The Madd 4 BURMA Paul J. Luciano 224 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Day, Adams HAVING FUN WITH MY FRIENDS. THE HC. GANG AR JC JM JO'D EE GS RM JD LB BS PS DM EG JH GOOD TIMES AT THE FORT ADAMS-PALMER TREE REM: DSLSSDTBTMDKKBMLAD MAY MY FRIENDS STAY FRIENDS AND MY ENEMIES TAKEA HIKE! .1 Isl' Kathy Madden 13 Maple Circle. Newton Corner Bigelow, Riley Love .intl best wishes to all my friends 4'-5 IF, DianeLittle 46 Ellis Rd., West Newton Day, Palmer, college Remembers: MARIANNE CAROLYN ANDREA KATIE SUM- MER PARTIES MARIANNE's PARTIES, CHINESE FOOD, GREEN ILLUSIONS GOOD FRIENDS. YOU NEVER REMEMBER THE BAD, YOU ON- LY REMEMBER THE GOOD... 'iff' Robert M. Mack 7 Rangeley Rd, West Newton Day, Palmer, college John, George, Harry, Maine, Hold On Loosely, Tuesday, All Nighters, Pocasset '81, Don't be sad for what you've lost, just be glad it was once yours. The mo- ment may be temporary, but the memory will last forever, 'fi EffE""' G .. i , -rf "' T. H - . - 1 . qv, , r xg f Q .., ,f ,f f xc -,me ,za - ,N .2 , A rr -if L , .av f I ' A: f 4 1 -li I 41 , 57 it I f,.f15, P ', I iillllllllll' ,, I X X , r ,lilkwxaiwiilz , . . wr. ,LA 7 lyiflx, ,I it I ' .llllfllllll 1. . I2 f illmllliglllll Barbara R. Maddocks 39 Holman Rd., Auburndale 'lt Polish Ambassador Defects 'I' Helen Ca Christine P. Lloyd 286 Webster St., Auburndale Warren, Riley, college Always remember Bethy, Laurie, Lisa, Kay, Melinda, Ingrid. Mickeygrants, teeth, I dinga- dinga picture of da Wida-Wida House, Red Fiat, Kawasaki, B- beltway. Miss ya Deb. CC, Sisters, Studio "Open your eyes and dream" Mary Maclean 2 Orris St., Auburndale Warren, Riley, college If you love something, set it free, if it comes back, it is yours, if it doesn't, it never was. To the friends I cherish, without l'd be lost. My endless LOVE lor Bob- by, Prom 6f8f81 Martha Mary Madsen 60 Highland Ave., Newtonville Bigelow, Adams, college We're gonna get to that place where we really want to go. Then we'lI walk in the sun We were born to run f Springsteen Guy, CS, DT, SV, LV, MB, WL. GR, AG, THANX Mom, Dad. Sarah Steve Locke 12 Willard St., Newton Bigelow, Barry, college Manomet, Westport, Doin cars, MV, Foreigner Geils Christmas party New Year's '81, Sophomore skip day at Nan- tasket, you may be sorry! medalist, Thanks - A AND A CS WL DC EF KD JG CB KF RL JL - Dancin' days are here at last. Todd R. Macomber 69 Maple St., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. REMEMBER: AL, EV, PP, JM, TS, MK, RL. COLORADO, J. GEILS, PETRA'S, GYMNASTICS, MV WITH AL 1, 2. 3, THE CLOSET, BONDO BUN- NY, MARCH 22 PICO, ALL MY LOVE TO DEBBIE!!! i I Louise Marie Magni I 365 Watertown St., Newton Day, Barry, college You Only Live Once, But If You Live Right, Once ls Enough Best of Luck 82 Rem good times with . good friends FLA sunshine TGIF working for a living! Sum 79 ' Pretzel Bacon locker Suz Pump Iron Beach Bum '83 forever . .. Idicott Speaks on Nuclear Madness 'I' ' l l I l iii Pl 'Q I at "Jw, 2, X X I 5 t 1 T Frederick P. Mahony 64 Oak Cliff Rd., Newtonville Bigelow, Bacon, Engineering School REMEMBERS: Swim team X, Xl, STAGE X, PR, GW, MP, MG, DL, EG, TF, RB. Megan H. Manchester 14 Hancock St., Auburndale Warren, Bacon, college REMEMBERS: TIMES WITH MARYA, AND ALL MY GOOD FRIENDS. SUMMER OF 79' GRATEFUL DEAD 81' "THE BOYS" "HITCH A RIDE TO THE END OF THE HIGHWAY WHERE THE NEONS TURN TO WOODS." CCR . .. -A '15 1 S' . 'ff 4 4 4 -ig 'ftgi2f- if . ,. q g- 2. uwi .VT . ri' -it A 3- . i ll ll if Fa? QS ii ,, UI' M. .of al. 1 l I Paul Marsh ,111 Fenno Rd., Newton Center iWeeks, Palmer, college 527-26 OT Emmanuel That night fFridays in Renaissance USY !Jokes that showed no mercy iCheckers in the Math lab Vice 1Pres. of the two organizations lAsbestosburgers in the caf 138 ldinner for four Hang loose l i Anne P. Malloy 40 Myrtle St., West Newton 'N'-s Philip Gordon Mann 145 Fairway Dr., West Newton Day, Palmer, college Thanx, I won't forget, Helen, Betsy, Conor, Craig, Ezra, Ken- ny, Liz, Loren, Nancy, Nora, Peter, Steve, Mark, Cathy, Rachel, my family. Also thanks, MH, BF, RD, AS, IH, LB. At 17 sv- V979 Barbara C. Martin "foot-Babs-Barb" 150 Gibbs St., Newton Center Bigelow, Riley, college P U R P L E KCHFMFCM2DM2DB2JDAB THE MALL TBRBLGKFMBSOTMJH CMT-FBDQ ROCCO fudge 143RPH PARTIES AT MY HOUSE JKBSNWSSCC If a man could be 2 places at one time, l'd be with you tomorrow and today beside you. TTLCE! Sally I. Malloy 66 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Svcs! i Richard J. Marchioni "Dick" 12 Fayette St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Good Times with: AF WZ JC MA DS Dick 123 RD The Goon Bacon Bench The bowl that was so close yet so far away. Always remember DT and good luck to everyone in the class of "82" CT f Carol Martin 11 Pleasant St., West Newton Woodbury, Adams, college FIELD HOCKEY SKI TEAM ALLAGASH lst DAY THANX FOR SMILING AF - DON'T WORRY ABOUT IT PP - STARRY NIGHTSXPIERREBEAR SHAKER TOFTE CAP'N ROB BUBBA "GIVE ME A WILDERNESS WHOSE GLANCE NO CIVILIZA- TION CAN ENDURE" I , Michael Maloney 35 Lockwood Rd., West Newton Warren, Riley, college - Music Rem: RB, BG, KN, JS, TC, KC. CS, GM, TC, JS, AL, DM, MA, EM, KM, BM, IB, NH, GG, BM, JM. LM, DQ, The Doctor, Beans, Wolfpack, Barn, Mac's Room, tour '81, Aerosmith The Glass, Br's, Vincent's, the Cannon, LED ZEP, Doors, Rolling Stones. Au ,Qs James Carmen Marrazzo 14 Ryan Ct., West Newton Warren, Riley All the good times with my friends. Johnny Mahenchie LIVES? 4 Rose Martin 56 Pratt Dr., West Newton Riley, Business Administrator FOLLOW YOUR DREAM: TAKE ONE STEP AT A TIME AND DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS, JUST CONTINUE TO CLIMB. IF YOU STUMBLE, DON'T STOP AND LOSE SIGHT OF YOUR GOAL: PRESS ON, AND FOLLOW YOUR DREAM. MS, MR, JL e 'I' June 9th Graduation tl' Tracy Austin 'It Turned Up Collars '1' tifli Samuel E. Martin 56 Hamlet St., Newton Meadowbrook, Adams, work I liked Newton North alot, and I like my English the most. I like my iob at Star Market a lot. I will miss Adams House. Thanks to my friends, KT RD EB SB MM KB BC MD EW AW AL as 5 x " I . . Kevin Mask 252 Cabot St., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Was not what I thought it would be. But had multiple good times with E.M. AL. KT. DS. B.M. The Needham Cells with E.M. J.M. BC KG's BB's always The Cape and A.L. B.M. D.S. Bob's Bash. A special thanks to Mr. Daniels salater. Eve Mazzola 35 Church St., Newton Bigelow, Barry, college Swim team 1,2 co-capt. 3 Rem: G. Times wfMoony Nicky, Matt. Laura, Dave, Anna, THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR THE MEMORIES!!! Benn, Whitie KC. DT, JP, AB, RB, PC, KO, DB. FAGG. Etc l'LoIa" QUAKERS RIA??? I Luv U Mom, Dad and family.. . ka? i .It E . Harry Martins 183 Melrose St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college REMEMBERS: THE KIDZ, Lacrosse and FUZZYYS punches, 3 Duriels, Land Speed Records - Beatin' the Odds, gnerrrl, BarIowe's Landing and BT's, Jade Runs, The Green Manalishi, Yipsoool, Steam never wimped. - W..-of I Q 'fl' I t Firoozhe Matian 250 Hammond Pond Pkwy, Chestnut Hill Brimmer and May, Adams I know a place where dreams are born, and time is never planned. It is not on any chart, you must find it with your heart. Thanks to my family and all of my friends: JJ, AS, JF, BJ, I I Bobby Mazzola 46 Kensington St., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college MUZZI Remembers Hockey 2, 3 CANADA SUNNY FLORIDA rt M,O,M GYM Inc. Musketeers Adam Mark Ang Mark Jimbo John Mr. Adams u .Q ,I I ,' I Tina McCabe 83 Elm Rd., Newtonville Day, Barry, college BASKETBALL, SOCCER TRACK TINA, ANNA PATTI NEVER FORGET MAC'S AND "ANNA I HAVE TO GO" THANKS COACHES, Fuzzy, Oscar, Alyson, you to JL, DR, BK, TG, SS AND JD, SK WHO? WHAT? WHERE? YOU'LL GET OVER IT, IT'S ONLY HIGH SCHOOL. Edmund Joseph McCarthy "Eddie" 435 Albemarle Rd- Newtonville Day, Barry, college FOOTBALL, LAX, 123, Rem 3 KEVINS, JOHN, ADAM IH DAVE. BYRON, BILL, NEAL, BOB, BAM GUTZ, ALSO Rem BROCKTONI REVENGE 1-167 CLIFF. MARIANNE, '12-18 MVDR AND BJA STEFF, BASHING WITH A AND Ki ZEP AND J. PAGE BBS NEVER DIE, SALATER 'I' Prime of Miss Jean Brodie ti' Joe Frazier Tries Comeback 'I' ,L Mary K. MacCarthy 179 Crafts St., Newton David S. McClure 50 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Riley, college Remembers: Beast, Steve, Dev, Anna, Scott, Rob, PH, woofee and especially Su. Stage Crew, Band, Marching Band, The Falls! Parties with the Gang, you know where. All my friends, The MR Boys and anyone I forgot. , - -ref i ll ni.. ' Michael McDonald 39 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Warren Beals Good Luck to moondogs, to Evan and Thank you, DR, Susan McCarthy "Sue" 60 Oakwood Rd., Newtonville Day, Riley, college GOOD TIMES WXGOOD FRIENDS. PLYMOUTH 79, 81 LONG POND P. TOWN GREAT TIMES WXJESSICA JULIE AND MARK. ARTHUR - YOU'RE A SPECIAL FRIEND. THANX M AND P FOR EVERYTHING. CHRIS's VAN. THE WHITE SANDS. Robert McClure 50 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Riley, college Remembersz Chip, Steven, Su, Ann, good times wfthe gang you know where, JANE RUTHY, KRISTEN, kids from the music room + my classes, tours, MR crew, stage crew, don't look back, a new day is breaking, good luck to all Al Patti McGrath 1617 Washington St., West Newton Warren, Barry, college SOFTBALL BASKETBALL NEVER FORGET TONY TINA ANNA TINA RIGHT WHO WRONG TOM JEN- NA RUFFLES TABOO JOANER ALL MY COACHES AND TEAM- MATES MACS CAPS SINGING LAKE MOM AND DAD MISS STEIN REMEMBERS EVERYONE I FORGOT RY .3 "br--il ,2- 1 I' Aa lx , Q, Timmy McCarthy 23 Glenwood Ave., Newton Center Day, Palmer, college REMEMBERS Cruising, NH Good Times with MB, DC, MH, JC, TP, BM, SH, BA, SC, PC, KW, Tex. JC, JD, GOLF, CHEVY, REC- ROAD AND ALL THE GREAT TIMES I HAD OVER THE SUM- MER. Good luck to all the great people I know. Good luck V-... Mx Nix i , Bruce McDonald 115 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college Indoor Track 1, 2, 3 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3 - thanks Fred, Chris, Joe and Mark. REM all the guys. TV l'll never forget you BUDDY. 'K Stephen McGrath 18 Westpine St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, work REMEMBERS .. . JD FD Ma ED, PH, PL, SU, NH, TW, HM, KN, DB, LR, DT, LV, LF, MW, ? DENA FOOTBALL LACROSSE Guy H. McChesney 106 Auburn St., Auburndale Warren, Barry, college REMEMBERS: SUBRUNS WXDUDES, SPIRO'S. WALL CAS- TLE, NOBUZZ, CELTS GOLFCARTS, MOLIES, DUDE. TC, TV, JC, RB, CS, LM, MM, BM, MARTHA, WHO QL BLUFF I I Lori McDonald 16 Whittemore Rd., Newton All my love to John! love to Pam, Jer, meme, Barry gang! GTG! DAD, halloween, Trip! MLWJ white x-mas! 9710780 alleluial Mary Poppins I presume! THANK the Dear Lord for thanking us!fCINDY!! Ang ,qv- Williarn P. McHugh 58 Bourne St., Newton Warren, Adams, Auto-body Remembers: SH, SC, JC, BA, RR, RT, MB, CM, RP, MH, TM, JD. 'I' Mann-Marquis Debate 'I' Marcus Allen-Heisman Trophy 'lt if aft? S I Colin F, Mclsaac Jr. 41 Chaske Ave., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college Good luck to all my friends. Remember good times on the bench and good times, the cape. Bye to Newton North I'Later Much" f.,,,,,.g- - L ff -.L ...Q-lf. 'ln w IX- fx . U.: Y. V... '50, John F, McLaughlin 26 Pleasant St., West Newton Warren, Adams, College Remembers: Bob, Adam, Ed, Guz, Kevin's, Thanx Steph and Nancy, Times wfTJ, Harry, NN 22-16, You've got to lose to know how to win 4 Tyler, 76, Has beens? not even, Best Times wfbest friends, 1114 All- Nighters, 11's, SLATER Karen Mead 43 Newell Rd., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college Remembers LISA, DAR, MF, TH. WC, BR, NC, CM, KM, EF, AF. CD, AND JB, BM AND SW, LM AND BJ GOOD LUCK STEVE - JENNY, WE DID IT! MISS YA MIKEY, AMY, KATHY, THE PO GANG - WE WANT YOU FOR C P U - ENGLISH WAS GREAT DONNA SUMMER OF-81-A82 "Y Diana McKearney 6 Merton St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college Remembers: Weekends - no place to go and all night to get there, Parties, Albemarle, The Cape, Good times with Margaret, Dee Allison, Jane, KP, JK, BH, and everyone else. l'll always remember you guys. Thanx! rf 'I ., I s.- . iii? C.Adam McKee 33 Parsons Rd., West Newton Day, Palmer, Prep Remembers FLA 1, 2, 3 L.D., MOMS Bobby, Mark, Angelo, Jimbo and Inc. Keith Track, 1 Palmer Mr. Adams 111 Bouche Football PLEASE!!! Musketeers all the way! You've just gotta bust 'em -I ! ff' ' David Medoff 396 Ward St., Newton Center Bigelow, Barry, college Gent. Jim, Pony Man, J.R. English, AA Lib. stairs kicked out pinchs, Quandoo. No Arrest? New York, Hey Mouse, Do lt! EM, KG, AO, KW, DS, I LOVE JL. IF YOU DON'T ASK NO QUES- TIONS YOU DON'T FIND NO LIES, N- . Scott Melanson 4233 Beals House Warren, Beals Remember Swartzy shirts MW- JGEVPPBLB. B.B.B.I.B.T, Tran- ny alILAGNAF4233 Maine Purgatory polarcaves Almost un-easy rider Idaho What a long strange trip it's been, Dead Doors DMJOLC This song is over. QS Robert McKie 22 Prescott St., Newtonville college Good BYE, and good luck to all. Special Byes to Leslie, LR, PP, KK, PC, BM, JH, JK, RL, SF, CC. Mr. G, Ms. Ghattas, JC, MG, Ap- preciate all those I have partied with! Hope all who graduate in 82 make well of themselves. fl V' ' ll , s 6 2 I ' f Lynda Patricia McQuiIlan 11 Virginia Rd., Auburndale Warren, Riley, college Luv and Thanx To Family And Friends Always Rem: football 2 + 3, signing the register, Cradle, hmrm, armel, friends of '81, strollin' with my better half Brenda, Rocco, Charlie and Mut- tley, radar. Karen L. Meltzer 176 East Side Pkwy., Newton Bigelow, Beals FOR LONG YOU LIVE, AND HIGH YOU FLY, SMILES YOU'LL GIVE, AND TEARS YOU'LL CRY, ALL YOU TOUCH, AND ALL YOU SEE. IS ALL YOUR LIFE WILL EVER BE. PINK FLOYD LOVE TO RILEY GANG WARRENS CUDA, CHRISX 'i' Mr. Mechem Retires 'I' Nuclear Protest in Germany and World 'I' .LII --1? N Jerry Mercuri 45 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Warren, Palmer, own restaurant Pattie's at Petra's house with Eric, Petra, Todd, Debbie, Mike And Bob. Mountain climbing with the post. The night that nothing would go right. Thank God school is finally out forever! Caroline B. Midwood 31 Claremont St., Newton Corner Steve Miles 17 Fairview Ter., West Newton Warren, college Remembers: The Pit: BB, HE, MB, RG, RG, JN, EB, DM, DY, JY, LJ, MF, TM, KH, Rl TRIPS: DAVE, PAUL, KIP, Tom, Bob, Sue. Lynn, Jacky, Larry. Also: DAN SAM MARK, aurTHERRORO, JUNE, SANTINA, Lisa, Sheila, J- Byrd, FRANK, WAWWY. r'5 if , I I . 4 S I Q 2 Lee Mermelstein 223 Park St., Newton Bigelow, Barry, college MBA Barn Links FREAK Wolfpack Antisem Actto Spiro, Warren Headybay Gano leg Muffin Joe Redtoyoder MOFAT Pray to Porcelain Gd Map Mobilin noirness oubapado how yall do Castles of sand wash to the sea eventually -J "7 Amy Victoria Merritt 222 Grave St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college THANKS TO MY CRAZY FAMILY. BACON HOUSE TRACK VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS! CRADLE BEAT'EM BAD HAITI I'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER MY OUTRAGEOUS FRIENDS HERE SAILING FOR THE SETTING SUN - SAILING FOR THE NEW HORIZON . . . JT. E, Ullw' "From the top again?!!" Alex Miller 105 Cherry St., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college BYE TO MY FRIENDS JF ML, EG, EG, SM, DB, SR, MB, PS, MF, JC. CC, RM, JF, LP, OTHER NOTABLE UNMENTIONABLES, SPECIAL THANKS TO RAY SMITH WEISBROD SHAFFER NOT TOO MANY THINGS ARE REAL, I'LL REMEMBER ALL THE GOOD THINGS IC' Greg Miller 45 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Corner Bigelow, Palmer RAY MANZAREK THE DOORS RJ JN CS SL BW JC CL JL KAK EF TL THE PIT "I'M GOING TO GET MY KICKS IN BEFORE THE WHOLE HOUSE GOES UP IN FLAMES" JIM MORRISON AN AMERICAN POET. fwv W-',1' Elisabeth R Micheli 124 Garland Rd ,Newton Centre Weeks, Beals We had a lot of luck at Venus We always had a ball on Mars Meeting all the groovy people We've rocked the milky way so far! We've danced around Borealis, We're space truckin' round the stars. C'MON VICK Joy Leslie Mildner 63 Bowen St., Newton Center Weeks, Palmer, college NEVER FORGET THE BEST OF TIMES WXLINDA AND KATHIE. BH, JK, KC, DL, AL, SB's, 5f1f81, BERMUDA 4f29f81. TENNIS 1, 3, BC LAW, L,A. WOMAN! CAPE COD AFTER SCHOOL "THE BEST IS YET TO COME,"LE CAR"DOORS" Rebecca Rabbit Miller 99 Woodlawn Dr., Chestnut Hill Bigelow, Palmer, college - Journalism, Political Science, English I love you "under the wonder is over the why" tee-hee Orch in Paris + Madrid Oh-sailing ah- dancing kisses to Ma Toole, Mrs. Smith Benin + Cappy V-8 Fur- riness dragon always + rabbits everlasting Here comes the SUN tl' Oxford Shirts 'I' Journey It General Hospital 'I' Reds 'I' ,vs 5- v T XI William Miller 144 Edlnboro St ,Newton Day, Riley, Graduate I remember Homeroom dry Iokes, the sessions during lunch, crazy weekends with my friends, PR, KK, JH, RM, MP. JS, BT, and anyone I forgot, hope to see you all after graduation 3' Claire Mitchell 42 Hamlin Rd . Newton Centre VanAntwerp Middle School, Beals. college ALWAYS REMEMBER RlLEY'S STAIRI REMEMBER, EVERYTHING IS RELATIVE sd , ti-Q7 , K EP X I ,I HI 2. I Nicole Morey 65 Bothfeld Rd . Newton Centre Day, Adams, college When this you see, remember me and bear me In your mind Let all the world say what they may, speak of me as you find VSC '81 f Cutts, Clare, Anni- GTs, snow daze, Gems! We can- not stay no reason why Audrey Mills 81 Arlington St., Newton Corner Bigelow, Palmer, Aquinas, Mass Bay, Fisher Colleges remember'Bacon"blast Burr'forever"partIes'wfLCC- CCTMBSSTCRT"And thetguystheyt'pals"JYCRMRTAJ- CRMCNPHJDDLLLKJ'ROe CCO'hyannist'and hamp- ton"SalIsbury'Oh July 4t'fire- worksttill five"I"fInally"made It'whatalove"MlKE Louise N, Moller 21 Barnstable Rd., West Newton Warren, Riley, College There is a road no simple highway, between the dawn and the dark of night and if you go, no one may follow that path is for your steps alone. GRATEFUL DEAD TRANNY! .St I I Roxanne Morgan 31 Farlow Rd., Newton Bigelow, Beals. college The day most wasted is on that which we have not laughed. France 80 Village 81 tRaving lunaticsl Rox-le-Fox Wundex and Androids KARATE Reb-EmfDeb Library steps A big hug to all my friends Thanks Mom and Dad Karl Mini 26 Howard St., Newton Blgelow, Riley' college To all the great times, to all the soccer and tennis teams, to the out of school carousing, to all the Clowns l've met I just want to say THANKS!! Marjorie Moolten 'tMarIIe" 20 Dolane Ave., West Newton Warren, Adams, college Luck to my friends, love to my family Maria, Claudia and all my love to Ray, Thanks for all I learned always remember Adams, trips, partying Juanita skating your buddy Absent no problem "I know!" "You Are!" Richard Morrisey 80 Grasmere St, Newton Susan Ellen Misasi 25 Elmhurst Rd., Newton Bigelow, Beals, Junior college Remember THE GOOD TIMES WITH KATHY KATHLEEN CAROL, EILEENPETER SPEB, TGIF, MSJA, FFFF, CHACK IT OUT, CM, SNL, CW, EH, "STRlPES" WCOZ STAIRWAY TO HVN, l'M PSYCHED! CRUISING, OREOS AT 4 a.m.? BEST FRIENDSGIRLFRIEND. 11 'I' I Monroe Moore I 48 Farquhar Rd., Newtonville , Warren, Beals, college I REM: G. TIMES WXEVIE MATT, I DAVE, VD, BRI, JIM JN AND JN, , RUSS, DORS, MAL, RB, RD, RR, I PAT, DOC, TD. ALSO: FAL, BENCH, SNOrr-20, HEATWAVEI ELVIS, Rl DC, NEW YORK SHOOPED MARTIANS AND MIDI I G.G.'S HOODS RAMONA DOITUP! THANKS ALL - MOM , I William J. Morrissey . 143 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Bigelow, Riley, college Wrestling, Track Remembers BLINDMAN ROUTINE, The Cape. I 'It No One Here Gets Out Alive tl' Penny Loafers 'I' Superman Il 'I' A. 314' I 'US T37 Melody Mosman 7 Crown St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. It you can dream it you can become it. Thanx to all my friends. It's not a dream, It's reality All my love to ANTHONY and our future 4f22f80 6f8f81 Summer of81 John P. Murphy 129 Russell Rd., Newtonville Elizabeth Ann Natale 26 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Adams, college Cross-country lndoorfOutdoor Track 1, 2, 3 If you want it, go for it! Always be proud of your personal accomplishments. Love and thanks to Mom and Dad, Dan, Peter and all my friends that made North great years. ,,-nv Peter Munsat 98 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Day, Beals, college FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3 WRESTLING 1, 2, 3 CHARLIE'S PARTIES JU- LY 4, 80, LABOR DAY 80, SUM- MER IN MAINE, RAY, HARRY. DAVE, MARZ, BOBBY, LIVE BUR- NOUT, ATHY, BROCKTON 22- 16, SHAFTED 40, SWILLBER. PEP, OUTTA HERE - NICE NICE. JCMAJDAFEMit26AH Susan Murray "Stoney" 23 Daniels Rd., Framingham Day, Barry, Undecided WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER TEEN ANGELS - WT, MC, TD, CK, MV, MW, CLASS OF "82", BARRY LAV REMEMBERS PARTIES WITH TEEN ANGELS, MY FRIENDS IN FRAM- INGHAM. THANK GOD IT'S GRADUATION TIME THANX TO MA AND PA AND SHEILA AND LINDA AND EDCO BYE Anna Necheles 79 Shornecliffe Rd., Newton Corner Bigelow, Bacon, college - X.-K I X--fy , ' Q Alec Murphy 114 Temple St., West Newton Warren, Riley, college REMEMBERS FOOTBALL X HOCKEY, LACROSSE X, Xl, XII, CLARKIE AND BUSSY AL SO, JV, BD, BB, CP, TS, PK, BH, CH, EM, KT, BIG AL RIGALI. "CHECK THE ZUKES" STADIUM CAVE GET- TING HOME FROM BC SHIPS AND PRETZLES MFP STEINY AND CONFUSION Sonia Murrow 168 Allerton Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Beals, college God gives us the gift of life. what we make of ourselves is our gift to God. Jeanne M. Negrotti 56 Chapel St., Newton Day, Riley, college Looks like we made it! And then there's us, BOTwfJanet, Space 123, R.l.abfa, mimes neva, Beth, cookie! lt's one of those, MIZ A, SIMAYI BM, TT, SR, BT, CM, MT, MS, MK, L.W.BB, This one is for you, Kim I miss ya! fs, 4' ,, If fini? Ln- ,fl ,I ' K, , ,. I 4 ,, , ,. H rx in flvlk, ' Q is :I , 1 aa :X 1 Lvflg .. , ,K:H,,.,. .. .. ,, I.. ,f 4, if I 1 ir .! J, 'Ni 1' "1 - we ,, f 1. -a.. . if Hwy: 6.5 . 1 lv -.Yi James Richard Murphy 39 Berkshire Rd, Newtonville Day, Barry, college, engineering TECH CREW: 1, 2, 3. REMEMBERS: ANDREW, CANCELLERI, DOUGLAS, BRAD. RUSSEL, COLON, ROSS, KARL, MR. RYAN "ROCCO", LUNCH BUNCH ROAD TRIPS, SAABS, 4 WHEELIN', BRONCOS, LOUISE, AUDREY, MARCI, SHANNON, IN- GRID, DEREK John Nash 94 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Corner Bigelow, Bacon The Doors Rob Kreiger RJ. G.M. A.S. free munchies The best B blocks. Mark Negrotti 48 Westland Ave, West Newton Warren, Riley, college Remembers Shelly Larry Dippy Gerb Tom Eric Phil Ray JS + FD JD JC RB KD JC ME AG Summer of '81 Riley common. Activities: Hockey Italian club tl' Dudley Moore 'I' Chicken Fingers 'I' Harvard Square 'I' Kim Nelder 56 North St., Newtonville Day, Beals, work Good timesz Allison, Alleys, ben- ches - Fuzz! Sandy, Sheila, Sem, BH, CM, BK, SB, SWAN. SP, VECCB, KW, MN, Buzzard, LM, LS e lst trip C5fl5f8Ol Quarters lwhite carl - Wyman's allnighters f ID! No way! - Seger - Led Zep - Geils A and FXSP Maria Nicalazzo 56 Smith Ave., West Newton Day, Adams, college I remember: Loredand, Rosella, Franca, Annette, Rosalie, Joanne, Kim, Italian, Newton- ville, Adams, Marisa, all my teachers, hanging around, foot- ball, all my friends, all my weekends! Mariellen Norton 299 California St., Newton Corner Day, Barry, work Good times in tenth grade with Lori, Pam Salisbury and Wht, Mtns with John KN JB LS CW Cathy N The Elms 7f6f81 Thanks to Mom and Dad All my love to John A and F 6f2Of81 Looks like I made it! WE! ' '?jg2"'s'::::'v. " -5 mfr .earl . ,Rae Douglas S. Nelson 17 Prospect Ave., Newtonville Park, Adams, school Ours is not to reason why, Ours is but to do or die. Remember, Road trips NH ME, skiing, SAAB- ing, lunch club, thanks Ben, AP, BS, CS, DT, MH, AG, Shannon, swim team 1, 2, 3 STOP NUCLEAR MADNESS 1 7--We Jf' Christopher Noble 1790 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale an . ' . ' 1 -1 ,, L . . David M. Notter 20 Birch Hill Rd, Newtonville Day, Palmer, college "There are no words in my limited spectrum of knowledge that possess the power and in- tricacy to fully express who I am, who we are." DMN "Everyone is the same in totally different ways," BCS Keith Norton 458 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Day, Barry B-ball. Lax. Liz, Soph, Jodi, AR Ant Lou, Beef, Pistol, Foles, MO, AM, DS, BM, KH, JM, SC, DR, BD, Smoke, AC, DC, WZ, card sharks. Thanks BA, DC, BA. See you later Fuzzy. SM, PL, MC, solid times with my thief brother, EC, TRISHAYAE. 'Qi E' ,Vf 1 fl Kevin J. Nugent 235 Webster St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college Remembers: The Cannon. Glass. Blue flames. Sessions. BT. Hockey Vincent's munchies. Everyone at the tree. The barn, trashing, good times, partying. 1? Mark A. Newman 121 Intervale Rd., Chestnut Hill Lynda Norton 383 Linwood Ave Newtonville Day Barry business I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and l love today Always remember all my friends especially CF and MS Best wishes for Carrie and Ran dy in the future All my love to Rob 10130180 Chrisopher O'Brien 66 Prescott St., Newton 'I' The Late tl' Killer 'I' Mopeds tl' 101 Uses for a Dead Cat 'l' Dead on arrival. S ' 2 Mark E. O'Lalor 25 Bridges Ave., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Remembers Track FLA H2 Musketeers Mom's Bobby Adam Mark Angelo Dr. Bouche Norty Doug Jimbo Inc Ball-Neck-Co The very best of times with Cin- dy NNHS is History. I i , Kristine Olson 30 West Pine St., Auburndale Warren, Riley, college Always Remember: Dayana, Anne, Amy, Laura, Chip, Lou, Steve K, BD, MP, EM, SS, Greta, glue Hills! and Love to Mom and ad I 2 I Sheila O'Brien "Shugsie" 336 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Bigelow, Palmer, College The best to friends at Riley! Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 Bret Wds. and NY shoulders Trips to SU Steph's party Xmas at Nancy's A shamrock for Spiro Best times in Bri. Thanks to the family friends and Casey! Joseph L. O'Donnell 45 High St., Newton lngrid Olsson 240 Highland St., West Newton --2 Darlene O'Connor 8 Newtonville Ave., Newton Corner Bigelow, Bacon, college Rem. Soccer and Gymnastics, Diana, Margaret, Jane, Allison, Deb, Al., Ray, Steph, Jr. Yr. w!George Onset, Alber, Rd, party Springsteen til, Thanks Fuzz: and Oscar, Special Thanks to Mom and Dad. Ahumahoy! Bye DD, RB, KP, AW, DL, MA, DC, JC, RF. N5 'Q?'.'!'.? A . N. 'NA Philip M. O'Halloran 115 Fairway Dr, West Newton Newton Catholic, Palmer, Auto Mechanic Always remember Beth with Love. Good Times with Dave, Al, Bucky, Joe, Jim, The Doors Mr. Adams off Main St. 17, The sum- mer of 81 down the Falls The of- fice. Busted by Scotty. The Tracks, Bon Fire. '73 l ScottOlsson 51 Perkins St., West Newton Warren, Barry, college Remembers: Steve, C and MF, LD, Fiona, SSC, KC, BM, Hoop "8O-82", Lennie, AE, KA, AW, RUS, Derek, JL, Rocco "81-82", Fish, Mando vs Pat, Brass, Thanksgiving for SD, Moose, Mirage and Dog, Jazz Ens., 3 Great years, Good Luck "82" tl' John McEnroe Wins Wimbledon 'l' Exchange Program tl' Boston tl' Andrew S. Orlandino 206 Lexington St., Auburndale S A 'Tx , - i Srl ., f, ' , l I ii Kristin Palmiter 12 Balcarres Rd., West Newton Nauset Regional, Beals, Film Director Hello NNHS, Good-Bye NRHS. Thanks Soccer Team for being the Best! Love to JWS. When l'm in the shadows, I can see the light ahead of me. Sometimes by being in the dark, l can see the light in a different way. Michael W. Paul 25 Dana Rd., West Newton x x . Kathleen Owen 116 Jewett St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college Always Remember Lisa Sandy CM SB LP BF KH Saranac '79 Monadnock Young Life Luv Ya Jack Nancy BK MK KD DB "En- trust Your Works to the Lord, And Your Plans will Succeed." Prov. 16:3 Thanks Mom and Dad i.. r 1 Kathleen Parker 86 Warwick Rd., West Newton Day, Adams, college Cheerleading, Always remember Diane, Rose. Margaret the best of friends MD Thanx Mom and Dad. Precious and few are these best of times. Never give up . . . dreams do come true. 7121180 I Love you Dallas. C' Ann-Marie Pearce 1900 Washington St. Elizabeth CLizJ Packer 31 Puritan Rd., Newton Weeks, Palmer, college Good friends may drift apart, but the memories last forever. Thanx: Soph - Summer 81, Keith, Jodi -- Kiss on my list, Rachel - St. M, Always Rem: SK, CCD, KS, NF, JM, AE, AD. Thanx for being there Mom and Dad. Luv ya, Ellen. ,-S Q l 3 i Steven Parker 82 Underwood Ave., Newton Day, Riley, undecided Remembers VEC, BC, FEE, MF, KC, JD Hampton Bch Stearns Park Palace JC, BC, JR, TB, JP, Lappa, JC, CS, CF, Boo, SD, ED. JM, AK, CS, KF, Rl, MP, KN, SB. SC, Semi, Skilly, JB Chicky Bat- man Summer of 80 at NH. Cape 81 Balliky Sessions Moe Y"!Tl' ' ' 4. ' X ? I' -M Matthew Pellows 60 Woodlawn Dr., Newton Bigelow, Barry Thanx Benn Swim Team 1, 2, 3 Moon Dave NYC 3 20 81 Ski trip RB The bench Canada 80 DE Halloween 81 DNCBPK - Kris - Rosco cruising TOD. C Elvis in Riac the Cape MMKEG? EveM Penny Wise JL VRJWRUSTUB SLEEPERWALLDANCERMID- NITEDRIVERUMBOUND Janet Palmer 64 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Beals, college Never forget DK and lots of laughs, Eggs, GR and LD, Runn- ing, Beach, circus ride, Kitchen, imitations, WI and GR, Lots of Luck to K.S., B.P., M.J., T.F., E.G. , -2 Q 1 Q--qu 2 si ,XV i Paul Partridge 111 Cedar St., Newton Weeks, Palmer Cross Country 11, Capt. 123 In- door Track 10, 11, 12, Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12. XC State Champs. Thanks F.Y. J.C. M.L. 'K W X WN? i -4 ' i i John Pepicelli 43 Rustic St., Newton Day, Beals, college l Remembers: Tom, Sam, Jed,' Monk, Speedy, Ken, ChaFe, Soxi the Bean brothers. The parties Nantucket, T.B.C. tl'Space Invaders 'l' Pearls "' Bowie - Changes Two 'l' Sally Field 'l' 2.1 S i Ki Judith E. Perkins 120 Webster St., West Newton Petra Philipp 32 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands Brookens, Beals, college Remembers: Good times at the docks Red Roof The Basement The clifts out front with EV, JM, TM, DR, RP, MK, KB, LH, JB. RW, FD and all my love to Eric Matthew A. Pini 35 Capital St., Newton Day, Riley, Electrical Remembers the shop and all the jobs. Also when Rick smashed into my truck. And swimming. A lot of fun with Lenny Sandro Franco Nugent Pitts Danny Jim Harry and Sheila, Weekends with the gang were unforgettable. -J' run QT? Thomas J. Perkins 120 Webster St., West Newton A. A V , s L11 'amass .fag wi . 4 ' '- - Q ' ' fv L .. Y ' N J , , if Jonathan A. Philipps 78 Hull St., Newtonville Day, Beals, college I remember: The Philipps Lunch Club, SAAB Road Trips, Force 12, Godspell, HR 4229, stage crew, 18th To all those that think it is over - the end is just the beginning. Fredricka Ann Pittman 11 Turner Ter., Newton Day, Palmer, college Soccer Track "Let the world know you as you are, not as you think you should be" 15 9f19f80 AHUMAHOY! PZ, BK. MD, LG, KE, DC, BH only 109 more days left, hearts, April vacation, turkey, Mrs. B, Thanks Mom! 19 Makis ,Q !"'3 Lf I I Alison Leslie Perlo "Lawanda" 6 Croftdale Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Adams, college Life is like a No top lip Surfing in Wyoming . . . Caesar's knees ... It's Sydney or the Bush . .. Marvy . ., l'd Punt ... Smarmy . . . Mixed memory and desire maui' Larry Pike 1548 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Warren, Adams, Mexico, college Remember: Jeff, David, Blue PF, AB, CL, BD, DN, DA, Ville, "RUDl", Fun watching CAROLYN, CBBEANS wfthe D's, Got to get home in time for GH, Dr.D, I can hardly wait to be out of the country. X. I i Paul Pitts 69 Clinton St., Newton Day, Adams, Electrician Great times with Rob Ken Bill M. Bill C. OB's Chris The kids in my electrical class and the wars in shop, my teachers who put up with me for my NNHS years that I was there. The times at my house. l Michael Pettorossi 263 Nevada St., Newtonville Day, Barry, college Remembers, JC, PL, MC, SS, TW, LA, DC, JH, games at CS, Summer of81 Andub Richard Pine "Professor" 31 Chaske Ave., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, Sauna Builder Good Luck to all my friends may they stay out of prison, Remember all the good times at the asbestos pit. I came to North with a thirst for knowledge, and left with a dry mouth. Conor Plunkett 25 Walnut Pl., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Yo, People sometimes ask me why I scream and I shout: I lust say it's in me and it's got to come out. Life's been good to me so far. The NEWTONITE IS 111. Yo to Helen and the entire staff, you're great. 'I' Cranes Beach at Watermelon Candy tl' Interest Tests at 4? A Lori M. Poche 263 Webster St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college Remembers: Barbara Rob Chris Mark JS KM CM MC ML AC ML SB. All my friends from Young Life I Love Ya JC!!! Don't pray for an easy life pray to be a stronger person. ,I-Q ..-f" .,....-1 ,,x,,,..w.. , -..Y -..M N' ,. .,v....-. Q N L ..,..., 5 -f 1. V --, .,, .,., Brenna Pradell "Brens" "Puff" 77 Chestnut St., West Newton Weeks, Barry, college Rocco-3, Florida '78 RC Good Times: Karen Mare Michelle Lydia Dip and Kelce Flake, Math 10 "Summer '80 BC parties cars F-4! BPK! Brigs Hey Mrs, K - Thanx Luv to MC and Jimmy MB and S2120 Memories never die, they only fade away " i ' 11 vkvii Qfgyff z yes " 1 14:5 Linda Proia 652 Watertown St., Newtonville Markus Powers 78 Coolidge St., Brookline Elizabeth Premo 155 Lexington St., Auburndale Newton Catholic, Riley, college When I was alone and afraid, you brought me comfort. Amidst the tears and pain, you brought me joy. The end is here now, and we must move on. I can never forget you: you will always re- main deep in my heart. l N xtt Mario Proia 27 Fair Oaks Ave., Newton Day, Barry, college Football, Hoop, Lax, OB, Hey izard, Labordy 80 CharIie's Place, 22-16 BRKTN! Rem. Ray, Scrat, Rron, Dave, Swilber, Al, Corsi, Abba-Dabba, Pepathy, Bob, Joey - I love you Mom, HR. wfGail All my Love Sherri Nice, Nice! 'ft W Q X, KZ ,. 'n V -7 1' ...Q .1 dl? Janet Lynn Quigley 130 Parmenter Rd., West Newton Day, Palmer, college Qug: Newtonite, the terrific swim team, senior class, French club, sailing, House council with Renee, Rebecca, Sylvia, HR, Peter and cable crew Queptwn, DPDITS? 'l' Man of the Year - Lech Walesa 1' Fridays tl' Sunglasses 'l' .v Deborah Jean Quinn 180 Melrose St., Auburndale W'arren, Adams, college To live your life in your own way, to reach for the goals you have set for yourself, to be the you that you want to be, that is suc- cess! B-ball State Champs, soc- cer, softball, RT, JL, BK, thanx to Mom and Dad. ,4,.qn.a , , Richard A. Rainey 1046 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Meadowbrook, Barry, electrical I will always remember the good times I had with Matty and the gang in electrical. Like when I helped Matty do his work or when I hit his truck. And all the fun we had in code and swimm- ing with Steven. . Samuel A. Rebelsky il Billings Pk., Newton Corner Bigelow, Adams, college THE CORNER. SHARED PAIN IS LESSENED, SHARED JOY IN- CREASED. THE SHAGGY REBEL LIVES ON. DMJEBBMLMB- iJMRR+MANY OTHERS. VILLAGE. DON'T LET GRADES iDETERMINE YOUR EDUCATION. I David Quintiliani 141 Jewett St., Newton Corner Bigelow, Riley, R.O.T.C. Remember Phil, Bucky, Joe "ls that it AI" 444-2, Russel, the Doors, ACDC, tour, football, the tracks and trails, sucka punch, Robin and Jack, Beth, the bench, the Fox Scotty Osker Ric off the office and class of 82! 2 Victoria Anne Rakov 11 Grayson Ln., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Adams, college "I KNOW WE'VE COME A LONG WAY, WE'RE CHANGING DAY TO DAY, BUT TELL ME WHERE DO THE CHILDREN PLAY?" C.S. HEY LIS! KY 4...-adv" 1 I Meryl L. Ravech 61 Woodlawn Dr., Newton Bigelow, Bacon, college TERRI CLAUDIA LH AR AG PH JD LC CC SS LD RM JL YOTESKMEH BFD CAPE COD 7- 3-81 BEAR SEGER! T-BIRD DUNKS BALLOONS NOOO WAY! ANOTHER FIRST! FAIRS FAMOUS FINAL SCENE!! A I LOVE YOU M AND D Tg Q 6 'ii-Q47 Richard D. Ray Jr. 32 Fern St., Newton Warren, Adams, workfnight school Remembers: JR, MW, BM, SH, SC, JC, LH+PHEV, RT, cold nights down the park and Diane forever! 4169 71 67 55 Expres- sions: unreal, smoke 'em up chief, it's a load. Bug power! All my cars to NNHS. Goodbye to Ms. Porter. "Pssst . . . What's the answer to number five?" 'I' Fox and the Hound tl' Midnights tl' The Clash tl' Cabots 'lt ll f--s rv? Y? Linda M. Reilly 14 Mague Pl., West Newton ff' I by i. ii 1 '19 ' H M r m! ! f Philip L. Richmond 54 Grove Hill Pk., Newtonville Warren, Adams, college The river split for the jump of a silver sided red gilled salmon, and circled to mark the spot where it fell Ken Kesey S.W.J. magic kool aid U.S. History, summer fun, swim 1, 2 co-capt. 3. All my friends Deborah Robinson 54 Rochester Pk., Newton Weeks, Beals. college IT WAS THE BEST OF TIMES: IT WAS THE WORST OF TIMES. MY PSYCH BD. REMEMBERS: POCASSET '81, TUESDAY, ALL NIGHTERS, PP, EV, JM. NAN- TUCKET WXDEB, DE - WE MADE IT! A-7 J. GEILS - MARCH 22, PICO, ALL MY LOVE TO TODD! James P. Relfe 9 Bertrand Rd., Auburndale Katie Ridge 82 Randlett Pk., West Newton Day, Beals, college You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. Always remember the great times with PH, MF, DC, and everybody else. lt's been real! Thanks Jim+Mary. Well, Ma, we did it! X4-n-... John Rocha 240 California St., Newton Corner il Gabriela Reyes "Gabi" 62 Manet Rd., Chestnut Hill Bigelow, Barry, College - Remember LD, MF, AND DR - Summers - VyG, NSSVXPGPyC - Acapulco, CC VdeB-Bola La MrwfM - RADZLALMLJ ' NOFACE: Foghorn WEST POINT! - FJir34+CDead babies! - Math? Ya want me to sing you guys a song? BYE! RIRI Thanx D, M and S' Marquesa in-K' Y 41 Bonnybrook Rd., Waban Weeks, Riley, college "We must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it, but we must sail." Rebecca Robbins I Ellen Beth Rodman 42 Blake St., Newtonville Day, Palmer, M.D. One must go beyond the boun- daries of formal education in order to learn anything of great value, Sailing '80 Village '81 Try- ing new things. Exploring Good- times wfGood friends GRTE3K's SHLB Summers 798081 Margaret Reynolds 22 Arden Rd., Newtonville Day, Palmer, college Don't wait till you've lost something to cherish it. Cheerleading Diana Allison Jane Dee Diane Kathy Rose Ray Billy - thanx "The Best of Times" wfMarkl Cutlass Styx Just Once T22 Cape - Candi Cari Hall. it ,JS Linda Robeck 14 Highland Pk., Newtonville Riley, college: MIT or Yale REMEMBERS BRIAN ALWAYS LOVE TO BLAISEBETHBERAMARKMARK DREWSUE MURPHBRIANBIA RICHMUSIC-ANDLES VACHES DISENTMOO!! VERY GLAD TO MOVE ON. 128 AND BASHES 234. BEATLES AND ALL GOOD MUST C. JOHN LIVE IN PEACE LIVE FOR TO LOVE STRAWBERRY FIELDS Kenna Rogan 24 Garden Rd., Newton Bigelow, Beals, college Class of 82 - We made it! DM MD LD TK A friend is someone who knows everything abou'- you but loves you anyway, Thanx Jill I LOVE YOU MURPH' Thanx Mom and Dad, couldn" have made it without you. See ya! 'I' Kliban Cats 'I' Ozzy Osbourne 'I' Please Mush! 'I' 4. I i t IW! IIJOCJ I0 Diane Marie Rogers 290 Watertown St., Newton Day. Beals, college Yet thy freedom, yet thy ban- ner, torn, but flying streams, like a thunderstorm, against the wind. All my love to Marisa, Gabi, Linda KM, JB, LG, TH and old friends, and Kim who was too young to leave us. ll Leona Rousseau 86 Prescott St., Newtonville Day, Bacon, college Memories. like the corners of my mind, of the way we were the way we are and for the memories to come. Donna, Sean, Stephen, Dena, Phil, Mark. Those Auburndale boys! softball 1 Beals bench 9f11f81 JohnM ' , - i 5 , ,f , . . Susan Rubeski 16 Whitemore Rd., Newton Corner Bigelow, Beals, college Those summer nights, I do recall those were the best times. Love to Lucy+Mary You're the best! Love ya Che, Mom+Bob. Eddie I love you always and forever. 6!15f8O. Summers in NH. Robin. WBWJ KJL Alison Claire Ross 46 Wedgewood Rd., West Newton Day, Beals, fashion retail I realize now that it was all un- fair, I had loved you then, but you didn't care. Summer of 80, Louie's cellar, Albemarle, LLJY, TDI'Il never forget you guys, thanx!! U.S.N.! All the girls YOU SHOULDA SEEN EM! Sharon A. Rousseau 296 California St., Newton Corner Always remember Richie, I love you: Teresa, Donna, Bobby, Maria, Christine, Tommy, Ken- ny, John, Joe, Chrissy, Katy. Jean, Al, Susan, Pam, Lydia, thinking of you Kim, the Y, An- nie's, camping, woof, ooooh Baby, cloud 9, SDR f, i - l Benjamin U. Rubin 28 Eliot Ave., West Newton Day, Barry, college "Life is an excellent rush if you can hack it" - Joe Rubin. France is great in August! Bike club, X-C ski, NEBC, Racing, Ex- plorer's post. Kathy and Mark, Blaise, Beth, Claudia, Allison, Mark, everyone. DFT ,xx' x XX! I X , t , . . Q N Paolo Rossi 112 Chapel St., Newton Corner I2 Q, David Rowland 11 Parsons St, West Newton Day, Riley, college Football 1, 2, 3 Remembers Peter, Rion, Ray, Swillber, Mike, John, Mario, BROCKTON 22-16, Bamberry, ACXDC, Pep's, Lunatic Minge, Back in Black, Where are you? That's about it, II"'Uif Kenneth Rubin 36 Howland Rd., West Newton Michael X. Rothstein 39 Colbert Rd., Newton Weeks, Bacon, Marines BLUMIE THE REVOLUTIONARY REBEL VACUME, BH SKI TRIPS, SUZANNE, OUT RILEY SMILEYQ HYPO CHEVELLE THANKS TO WHRA, CS, MS, SG, JW, CLAIRE, MG, TONY, CHEVELLES RULE OVER ALL MAINE A DELACY: MIGHTY, BOB, RA, CM, RF SQUCHA: MOLIE 'WY Beth Ellen Ruber 12 Albion St., Newton Centre Weeks, Riley NSHS, NNHS, BHS FREAKS THE CORNER, MVB NBASH AND GEOLOGY, I DON'T CARE QAPATHY CLUBJ ASLENVISCI, LOADS AND LOADS OF PEOPLE: THE SOUND ROOM OF SOUTH HELP! ALL MUSIC N ART THE CRAFT LOVE PEACE! AND MORE AARDVARKS! IU? I I Claudia Ruggiero 40 Algonquin Rd., Newton Bigelow, Beals, Junior College All of my love always to An- thony!!! Always remember Iife in the fast lane with the Cutlass, all the good times we had, Babe+Bear, MR LC TA CS ER AR SM Mom+Dad thank you. I love you both!!! 'I' Application Deadlines, FAF Deadlines, Deadlines. . . 'I' Van Halen tl' Diane Russell 230 Austin St., Newton Corner Day, Adams, college When you have a dream don't let anything dim it, keep hoping keep trying - the sky is the limit. I love you Mom and Dad. Jenna, Debbi, Tina, Toney, Girl's B-ball McD Tina Patty, Thanx Ms Killion! Homeroom. in '05 , 1,r' Kelly Ryan 286 Melrose St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college Remembers: Debbie, Marianne, Barb, Lydia, Brenna, CN, PH, DL, YG, PM, summer of "81," Florida, parties, BC, BK, GS, B- sgap, Good luck to the class of .. 2 ., Phyllis Salzman 61 Clements Rd., Newton Bigelow, Barry Comes a time .,, when you're drifting, Comes a time when you settle down , . .good times had: summer in NH, FLA winters, MH - a friend indeed BUNZ the future is uncertain and the end is always near, "May I have the next dance?" 17439 me ff Kristine M. Sabin "Tina" 28 Collins Rd., Waban Warren, Beals, college I am leaving with a smile, memories of my "preppy' friends, sailing team, council, and all my theater activities. LASHAWAY speech, MYC, Dr. Seuss, the "Brodie Bunch" and physics. Thanks and love to Mummy and Daddy! v Mark Sampson 1601 Washington St., Newton Corner Warren, Barry, college Remembers: Mark, Adam, Bob- by, Angelo, John, BPB H1 Tim, DS, BJ. MA, PL, Rose, Martha LAX 123. Mums the kg with Nor- ti. Semi-formal, village green, drive-ins and the Cape. All the "best of times" with Margaret. ECN Paul Sacks 1033 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Weeks, Adams, brain surgeon Good times wfJK LD EG AR Remember NH all the snow storms, party hearty, and quarters. Later North. Joseph C. Santangelo 266 Derby St,, West Newton Warren, Riley. college Hockey, lacrosse, Riley house. Larry, John, Frank, Mark, PM, CH, PL, RD. 12f11f81 All my love to Sherri, HR 2524 The Rez. Skull. Reebs. Simiones int. '79 '80 Palmer. DS+JD. Solid. Jennifer Ryan 46 Vista Ave., Newton Warren, Adams, college To live your life your own way, to reach for the goals you have set for yourself, to be the you that you want to be, that is success! I love you Molly BF always BA LM my buddy DB Dance diving team BFB Marian F. Sales 23 Turner Terr., Newtonville Day, Barry, college Good times are the best times - bad times fade away. I love ya Syl! I may be crazy - but l'm the lunatic u r looking 4. Israel '81 major 1Of69-7181. A friend comes in when the whole world has gone out. Omnes amici. ,ff'Mfl ,1 , EI L xi I I Scott Saunders 768 Watertown St., West i Newton I l Day, Riley, college Remembers: LISA MARK FRANKI BOB DIANE SHARON HALLO-i WEEN '81 DP COMPUTERS DPL JULY '81 OSCAR MISTY MONTY I l I 'I' Preppy Handbook . . . Preppy Everything! 'I' Hi-Infidelity 'I' T'Sup? 'I' 198 I ll .'i',Z ' ,E Molly Elizabeth Savitz 170 Chestnut St., West Newton Warren, Barry, college "So on and on I go, the seconds tick the time out. There's so much left to know and l'm on the road to find out." ISNFYJenniferMVBF. vi K 73 - . I . l Mark 5001956 29 Westview Terr., West Newton Chazy Central Rural, Beals, college TRANNIES ARE THE PEOPLE OUR PARENTS WARNED US ABOUT! REMEMBERS THE HILL, NEWTONVILLE, SKIING, L.A,G.N,A.F., SB MW. WHATEVER IT IS THAT SO- MEONE DID THAT YOU DlDN'T WANT DONE I DlDN'T DO IT! 1 Bradford Schiller 122 Fessendon St., Newtonville Day, Bacon, college So much of my life is the people in it, thank you for being there. David H. Schiller 11 Richfield Rd., West Newton Q45 FN vu gl Joseph Schleifer 237 Park St., Newton Corner Bigelow, Barry REMEMBERS: SOCCER 1, 2, 3 MUMBLES BABE MAP THE LYNX WHO BILL THE BARN CARLEOS SAM GUYS TJ IT WAS ME NPWOBB GOLF CLUBS THE UNIVERSE WOLFPACKVFRK "LIFE IS KNOWING WHICH BRIDGES TO CROSS AND WHICH BRIDGES TO BURN" Peter Schnall 16 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Barry, college Nostalgiaismsz Math team, frisbee club, Barry Cncl, Geology club. Def. yearbook: lonely day literature, The shorter the gospel, the longer the sermon. - Donald King it fwuffi 1 Lisa Ann Schraffa 250 Webster St., West Newton Warren, Adams REM: KK SWUEY DEALAJJ MR WONDERFUL BON BABS THE WATERRAT MURPH 86 SATUR- DAYS IT'S YELLOW 3Q's2349 FIGUREHEADS A SEVERE CASE OF CIRCLES V.P. BASKET- BALL ILYJADVAA STEMS KIB- BLES AND BITS. LOVE AND THANKS EVERYONE. 'I' Billie Jean King Admits She's Lesbian 'I' Cutters Way 'I' Door Knobs 'I' OO Rachelle Scott 133 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Barry. engineering JE CONNAIS SUR LA TERRE UNE BIEN DOUCE CHOSE QUI N'A PAS DE PRlX,DE LANGAGE OU DE COULEUR. VENANT DE FOND DU COEUR CETTE CHOSE C'EST UN SOURIRE. "LOVE TO ALL FRIENDS AND TEACHERS OF MY FIRST YEARIN USA." Colin Selig 7 Ashmont Rd., Waban BBN, Bacon, college It he dreams he can beat me he should wake up and apologize - MA. BYE BUDDIES, TUCK IT TO 'EM X r x I F' X Elizabeth L, Shaw 29 Valleyspring Rd,, Newton Corner Bigelow, Barry, college JS FOREVER FRIZZYHAIR SOCIALLY? BSSCRL?GH MOVIES ON THE WEEKEND BROKEN DRYERS MOST OF ALL - UNDERSTANDING, PACTS OF TRUTH PATIENCE DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN . . of Donna Scully 53 Jerome Ave, West Newton Day, Barry, college MEMORIES AND FRIENDS ARE FOREVER ANNE TERESA SHARON BOB CHRISTINE MARIA KEN BO JOHN LEONA TOM RICH ANNIE LEO JOE PHIL JEAN JANET BETH AL MISS YOU KIM OSCAR DAG PARTIES CAM- PING APT THEY LANNOS SEE YA Edward L. Shaddock 3 Fenno St., Boston Mary R. Sheehy 125 Edinboro St.. Newton Corner R. Cameron Sears "Cam" 86 Prince St., West Newton Warren, Barry Soccer, lacrosse, Isleboro - IB, GM, Doona TKO cabin, barn, model UN,.executive, sessions, Amo, TC, RB-nhp, Who, JS. universe, MM, TC, JS, Mumbles, DC and Mrs. C, QL, Beth, wolves - not to touch the earth S-HY Paul Shainian 59 Cummings Rd., Newton Day, Riley, college l'Flexor" "Damion" Golf 1, 2, 3 Good times at Bacon bench. Best teachers, Fuzzy and Miss Valone. Great times at W.R. Three years wasted file it, 45 'Wd' 1, rr I Elizabeth Shein 448 Ward St., Newton Centre Bigelow, Barry SUMMERTIME BLAST: THE GYP- SY, MR CHICKEN, ME TOO 5 OF 6 BLUES, BEES, PORK CHOPS TOO MANY GOOD TIMES. NEV FORGET: JEN, NAN, MAR, JAKI. SAND, LYN, TRISH. SPIROGRAF ... NEVER FORGET CHURL FANTA2 FRIEND, WE MADE IT! Erica Joan Seifert 10 Day St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer, college MICHELE, PETER, FW, AP, J AND C, JG, PROM, SUMMER '81 COUNTRY ROAD, ILY MOM. DAD, JOSH - JUST REMEMBER IN THE WINTER FAR BENEATH THE BITTER SNOW LIES THE SEED THAT WITH THE SUN'S LOVE IN THE SPRING BECOMES THE ROSE. i-H9 - 1-'ht C353 P .f 1512 f Ted Shapiro 79 Webster Pk., West Newton Warren, Barry, college R: BASHES, THE LOTS, HOOP CBCD, SESSIONS, THE SER- VANT'S ENTRANCE, BEANS. LEGALLY DEAD, BINYAROS, MY PED, THANKS: CD AND CD FOR THE PARKING SPOT, BUNYANS. THE GIRL WHO TOOK ME IN. SPUP, GUSTY. Karen Sherman I 75 Garland Rd., Newton Centre I Weeks, Adams, college YOU ARE OF YOUR OWN MIND ' ONLY WHEN YOU DO NOT I LISTEN. BEST OF LUCK ANDI HAPPINESS ALWAYS 2 MJ BP JP I AND C SUMMERS NEVER FORGOT GEILS '80 MARTHA'S VINEYARD LOVE YOU CHRIS 9722 HI YA PAM I 'I' The Shining 'I' Cowboy Boots 'I' Chris Evert Lloyd 'I' I I I I Courtney Shick 21 Fairview St., Newton Corner Bigelow, Barry LIVE EACH DAY LIKE IT'S YOUR LAST, DOORS MORRISON ROADHOUSE DO THE SKIS GREG RJ STEVE BRIAN MMT JEN PEN KAK FUZ CIN VYD CIN WEN BF-PRM BABA EVE JH JO- JE SAIS KATE - I COULD NOT HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU! I Laurie A. Silva 346 Walnut St., Boston Bigelow, Palmer, college To my friends: Good luck in the future! Remember: "If your mind can conceive it, and your body can believe it, then you CAN achieve it." l'lI always treasure the memory of NNHS. At last l'm a graduate! John L. Simmons "Jack" 22 Elmwood St., Newton Corner Bigelow, Beals, college GOOD TIMES: JCJDJLJD AVT- VRVJLSMDCDCJKCDBB DCKAACTHEMKTAFC- DJDSCTOO MANY TO LIST. NEVER FORGET: GEILS, VAN HALEN, ACXDC, WHO, STONES. ZEP, THE BENCH. GIUSSEPES, DO LITES REALLY DO THE JOB? ALWAYS REMEMBER AS. f Leslie Shumway 43 Central Ave., Newtonville Day, Adams, college LOVE IS THE ANSWER Friends: KSJBSMBLMLDAP etc, - Karlmax 2 Daves - N.H. - Hockey is happiness : JDL Mary, wrack up the car! Summer of 80 +81 Band E 1f26f8O 3111180 John, I love you, honey! The best is yet to come! Dean Silvano 322 Waverly Ave., Newton Corner Bigelow, Palmer, college THIS SCHOOL IS HISTORY! HAD SOME GOOD TIMES WITH AF PM JC RH RM WZ MA EM RB DS UH AND BERMS. HAD SOME VERY BAD TIMES WITH SMELLMAN! DOWN THE CAPE WITHOUT ELMAN! TIME TO PARTY IT UP - WATERSKIING wg-v Franca Sinopoli 21 Pine St, West Newton Day, Beals, college I REMEMBER: ROSELLA ROSALIE MARIA N. MARIA P. ITALIAN 1-4 BEALS MATH 80 HOMEROOM 1982 ADAMS COMMONSACCOUNTING ?f"'7Y 41 Jill Siflinger 231 Ward St., Newton Centre Bigelow, Beals, college Remember all the good times with ES, BS, SC, KA, BA, MU finally after twelve years! Good luck to everyone. if -ctff' Betsy Silver 31 Lancaster Rd, Newton Corner Bigelow, Riley, college NNHS - where teachers were my friends and friends were my teachers. Luv + luck to JCS, ELS, SC, HS, JF + the PP. the staff, LB, JC, RB, Newtonite 1, 2, 3, SFA 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 3, Riley council 1, 2, 3 ff 1 42 8 Tom Sivak 95 Temple St., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college Remembers: AL, KM, BM, EM, DS, KT, BB, TM, Benny, Badger, Terry, 15OPSI max.BT's, DG Vic hammered DI's in the Z. weekend in Maine, beach days, chardyard, talking in the fireplace with TK, my firebird and DD, Jonathan B. Silton 336 Newtonville Ave., Newton Warren, Adams, truck driver When I first came to this school I was shy, but now I have made friends due to the changes I have made. Thanks to the peo- ple who have made my stay here happy. Kelly Lyn Simas 49 Anthony Rd., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Live every day like there's no tomorrow. JB., Cindy, Lynda, the Lemon, Stuart, Concert Choir, Sisters, Talent show. Camelot, Riley house council, Music Dept., Ernie. Mac's, only 4 more years! Partial to drummers. Joseph James Slamin 35 Washburn St., Newton Corner Day, Riley, college Remembers good times with friends, weekends with friends, baseball. Rezzuti??? Who? the Lake, Stones, Bowie. 'I' Stones Don't Play in Boston 'I' Riley Bench at Cottage Donuts tl' Shannon Slattery 558 Grove St ,Newton Lower Falls Warren, Barry, college "l'm too well adjusted to be an over achiever" Rem Doug, Deer Lake '81, MUN, TPHR, Hull St. the 4 of us Bulloughs, Dukie, rm68O, love to all my friends, Activitiesg Marching band, field hockey. I , 5 , xr 1. A A . W , ' V . W fc Cynthia Smith 54 Maple St, Auburndale Bigelow, Riley, college LATER MUCH NORTH!!! F.H. 11. 12 lLYWilcox! Hard boiled eggs WL! MADD 4 FROM BURMA! I thought my eyes hurt!! MV The Hill wfK and W DI WXKTI love you MO! 3f13f81 Lucin- da!! Love and luck to WL, PC, KK, LC, LA, SL, CS, MM AND ALL lLYM, DAND BEN il Q l ' if X A ...fe xt l. ff' Fx? A Jhk yn!- Dave Snyder 25 Blake St , Newtonville Bigelow, Riley- college Remember PJ DM DK AQ TB IB MR BM JW JW SG JV AG DC LC KM, LANDSCAPE 401 SW CM RA MSCS W I f .Q ,fill Christopher Smith 1472 Commonwealth Ave, Brighton N.C,, Beals Maglcally bored on a quiet street corner, free frustration in our minds and our toes, Quiet stormwater, My Generation, up- pers and downers either way blood flows.THE WHO. :El Margaret Smith 14 Prospect St., West Newton Martin Solomita 83 Church St., Newton Corner Bigelow, Riley, college Football 212 Playing hoop at Burr. Excellent times with SF RG GD RM KA DA, Seeing J. Geils, Foreigner, Petty, Kinks, Boston and Aerosmith in concert l know it's only rock 'n roll but l like it! Rolling Stones J ' ll Jill Sorensen 490 Auburn St., Auburndale Warren, Palmer Walk carefully among my dreams for they are small and easily crushed. RAINBOWS will 4-eva make me smile! Someone extra special Freddy! HEY KID ILY! 9f6f8O Good luck to good friends Thanx MA! PARTY!! 'CII' Elizabeth Sorota 81 Adena Rd., West Newton , Warren, Barry, college l Good times with good friends "J, AND M" "Sugarloaf" "MGH"y "Summer 81" "KA" Orch. 1-3g "Cadalac" There are no strangers only friends we havei not met, "Best of luck to best of! friends." 1 tl' Doonsbury at Dustin Hoffman 'lt Hall 8. Oates 'l' Pizza 'l' , 202 i l l l rffxffl ,I tl if Kim Soucie 39 Belmore Pk., Newton Warren, Riley, college REMEMBERS TERRY LORI LEIGH LR THE JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES BEGINS WITH A SINGLE STEP OF LOVE. ALL MY LOVE AND MANY THANKS TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND MY DEEPEST THANKS TO MOM, DAD. LOVE TO JCEB BFT- TVEQTERRYJ John Sprague 38 Covington St., Bridgewater Day, Barry, Gallaudet, college Skiing 1 Diving 2, 3 Remember the wild party at Dennlsport. Will miss all of you girls + friends. 'Hey, Chevy, Nora, Thanx for holding together and working so hardl' Good luck to ALL!! Thanx Mom and Dad Scott St. Coeur 1781 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college Remembers: CHAD, ANDY, MARTHA, SB, CB AND GANG, JISmith Spain+France, MA Music tours, All shows ROCCO forever - I'm the Wanderer - Family. 4229RJ+Spanish, Molse, MSH, I'm a man, not a king. Elwood B Yes, it's all for the best - GODSPELL. -Q ,ffz .1 - 5 I ' , 9- E-1 Daniel L. Spar 22 Exmoor St.. Newton Centre .I .gn-f' Kimberly Spertner 60 Gralynn Rd., Newton Bigelow, Riley, college Special memories wf Riley girls, super-friends, AE-lBFJ LD, AL, JK, my special red-headed pal, Mtnegand Rocky, football games, parties at N and S. sweet 16, summers on CC, 38-special. villa, jeep-mobile, FH, good times! ,ummm E, 35 "WM ' "M-fn 1-e,.,,.x '- n. wa Q: p . "Senior citizen? No, just a senior." David Spiro 19 Greylock, Newtonville Warren, Riley I remember my oldest friends SF, MG, RR, Mr Walker and Ms Cox, late nights and early morn' ings tHowever mean your life is. meet it and live it, do not shun it and call it hard names A life is how you see ity HDT David J, Stanley 11 Kimball Terr., Newtonville 'W Mark Stephen 191 Upland Rd., Newtonville Dat, Barry, college I WILL REMEMBER' The parties on weekendsi skiing crew, dissecting rats, comp. room, bike trips, Fun and Games, and the docks. Rob, Chris, Russ, and Dude at Debs Rocky Horror Show. PR, SB Rachel ERRORS . . . AND THE WHO. 'I' Emack 81 BoIio's 'I' Angora Sweaters tl' Senior Packets tl' 4 'T' T -My - A-9 Joel B, Stern 12 Furber Ln ,Newton Center 1155. v-4, 2 , :gg 1 461 . if -Q, - 'i I- -Q " I "' 9.5 F IW- ' I? Geor e Sto anoff Jr B Y 45 Arlington St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college SARANAC 80 YOUNGLIFE! KEVC SBCCCKMMKOCFJDJSC- MMODSLMKB BUBBAMOK "I AM THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. WHOEVER FOLLOWS ME WILL NEVER WALK IN DARKNESS." JN812 WASH DC 80 STUNANC4 JACJON SYR TRP 81 JT CRT 80 ALW STY HPY , .Wu X X Q .. 'S' X. -,7 Y Carole Summers 10 Arbor Rd ,West Newton Warren, Barry, college REM BARBARA, LAUGHING WXMMONA, RENEE, VICKI. KAREN, KARI, DEE. DC, ST, SS. AF, BJ. MS, TOM, RB. FALMOUTH DAVIS' TANKED "DJ" CAMP AHUMAHOY MRS STEIN VERMONT I' FROSTY CONVERTIBLESI ' SOCCER, B- BALL. SOFTBALL THANKS MOM AND DAD! John A. Stewart 23 Plerrepont Rd., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Bacon, college Remembers. The boys ID the band, TC, tout Ie monde, Jo+Bo. Ben, Rob. Sam, Arn, Jimmy P. Bonzo lives, Badger, soccer. hockey, ball, time spent wisely. time wasted, HM, NYC, THE FALLS, PS When life throws curves, take a pitch. Charles T. Sultor 166 Tremont St., Newton Jeanne Sweeney 18 Murphy Ct ,Newton Day, Palmer, college Dont be sad for what you've lost, just be glad It was once yours Best times with Loretta. Remembers CF CT LC JL DT CD ED SO CH Killington, the brown PIVIIO. TNCC David Stola 54 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college MAC'S IN S """ WITH JD. KIDS OUT FRONT, SAM, SCOTT. JOHN, BILLY, RT, FD, AO, SD, MP, MW, CD, CLUBS, WKENDS. COMMONS. TO SURVIVE IS TO CONQUER, DON'T STOP BELIEVINGI I Julie Sullivan 51 Everett St., Newton Centre Weeks, Bacon, college "Lute IS a Iourney not a destina- tion." I'll never forget the Riley gang, Cape parties, Warren's house, summer of 80, Maggie, The Allman Brother's concert, and all the other good times we've had. Love to Jeff! 1? Ursula Tafe 72 Homer St ,Newton Centre Weeks, Palmer, college Day IS ended, dim my eyes. but journey long before me Iles. Farewell friends! I hear the call. The ships beside the stoney wall. Foam IS white and waves are gray. beyond the sunset leads my way Bradley Stolbach 56 Evelyn Rd., Waban Weeks, Barry Tranny 82, Music Dept ROCCO Celestials brass, thanks EG and CG. l'lI let you be In my dream If I can be In yours. You'd better decide which slde you're on, Kathleen E. Sumegl 18 A School St., Newton ams- 157 Wlnnlefred Tan "Pooh Bear" 103 Westmoreland Ave.. Arlington Day. Barry, college JR. MSAD, "TWTSJ" "8O" AND "THE HOBBlT" "81" - UAPD, "CM" "81" Exp. rem. MSMTC- JMM TSEJBSK, Punky. "TEEN ANGELS" and all the gr-8 tame in '79982l!! Lots of love and thanx to mom and dad Thanx also to EDCO! VAN HALEN forever. 'I' Printed Shoelaces 'I' Rickie Lee Jones 'I' Riley Stairs 'I' ,I Deirdre Tarzian 70 Auburn St., Auburndale Warren, Riley, college "lt's great to have friends all over the world, but it's better to have them by your side" JG. Love always to JMMZGZCH 5 I 1" Susan Terrell "Suquiiana" P.O. Box 366 Roxbury Bigelow, Adams, college lT'S BEEN REAL AYKT! SPECIAL GOODBYE TO EADAVIS-FULLER MY GUIDING LIGHT. PEACE. REMEMBER: ADAMS BENCH PALMER BATHROOM. ID DBBBB- DOGGIE PLAZ-LEAH STORKHAY- ISIS-CHICHI-DEDE-LISA - BEST OF LUCK FROM SUQUIIANA TEI! Jane Victoria Thomas 222 Prince St., West Newton Warren, Riley. college TAKE TIME TO LOVE AND BE LOVED - GOOD TIMES with Margaret, Diana, DO, CB, Thanx Sherri! LOSE YOUR DREAMS AND YOU WILL LOSE YOUR MIND - Daytona, Chuckie FRIEND FOREVER ALISONII - Spring of 81 The Cape - GOOD LUCK!! Robert Tedesco 100 Bemis St., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Best of friends, Never Part Tom Sha Teresa Do Bo Maria Chris Rich Annie Apt. Parties The Y John with KimfJean Beth Janet Mo Beach Camping Rituals, Vallone Jones Jello The Brook Sherri Buds The Best! TG .. 'H Deborah Eve Tessman 82 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Day, Riley, college Thoughtprints! Orchesis! Allen House! "are you surprised that people can still dance and sing in a world on its head?" - Dylan Thomas Patricia Karen Thomas "Tricia" 342 Otis St., West Newton International School of Kenya, Bacon-Adams, college Remembers Field Hockey, Ski, Track, T-prints. Kathleen we're INCREDIBLE Montreal - 97 "To Venture is to wish anxiety, but not to venture is to lose yourself. Good luck 1120 Thanks M AND D AND G AND S AND L, Kwaheri Class of '82. 'tif' Kalb X 2 ,, .Q-,3 I . 'I . , Y John Tempte 743 Watertown St., Newtonville .v4"""" . Karen Theodorou 4 Kippy Dr., Waban Meadowbrook, Beals, Working Full Time NNHS brought me to the light at the end of my life's tunnel which will light my road to a useful life. I I Donna M. Thompson 45 Adella Ave., West Newton Day, Beals, college Cheerleading, Katie Sean, Theresa, LeonaStevie, Cape Cod, and The Ave? Richie and the looks. Marky-PooSummer of "81" Thanx DAD. Jean-Bean! Victor Terranova 595 Grove St. Warren, Palmer, college Remembersz JC, LS, BL, JL, AC, SM, W. Va., Ben, PO, DQ, BW, SS, Goerge Dickel Old No, 8, THE FALLS, The Glee Club, Sum- mer '81, Cape Cod, JG, T-DAY, multiple, Vermont, Anyone I might have forgot. Thuan Thai 53 Pearl St., Newton Vietnam, Palmer, Engineer REMEMBER: MY FRIENDS, MY TEACHERS, MY COUNSELOR. INTERNATIONAL CLUB, NNHS. QUOTE: "BE HAPPY MOST OF THE TIME IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ONE'S LIFE." Teresa Tomaino 29 Harrington St., Newtonville Day, Barry, college We Made lt! Sharon, Bob, Do, Christine, Al, Chrissy, Sandy, Katy, Bo, Ken, Rich, Tom, John, Anne, Jean, Janet, Beth, Sue, Vallone, Oscar, The Y, camping, Lannos, miss you Kim, Tommy, I love you just the way you are!! 'I' Docksides 'I' Wayne Gretzky 39 Games, 50 Goals 'I' 2 O Harold F. Toney Jr. "Rick" 105 Hancock St., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college I y I . , , I I Derek Trelstad 35 Westcott Rd., Princeton, NJ Weeks, Riley There must be some way out of here, said the joker to the thief. There is too much confusion, I can't get no relief. INGRID NJ SAAB moo GO for broke boys MA. the tower E.Ring Sandra Troy 22 Saint James St., Newton Bigelow, Bacon, college Let The WORLD NO U AS U R NOT AS U THINK U SHOULD B! SOCCER Y 13 UHUMAHOY. LUV YA FUZZRILEY CHICS ESPMRYANJON e HOPE 2 SUM DAY JOIN U AGAIN DAD - JAZZ -e JOG - WON'T DISAP- POINT YA! Ohay DIANE AMO ALL MY LUV2 MOMMY!! 1-...M I SJ' 'Y 1 , FTM 'c't The Preppette Sisters. .ag ix- Lydia Lavi Triplett "twid" 318 Austin St., West Newton Warren, Beals, college CHEERLEADING, ROCCO, GYM NASTICS, RAFFI, CAROL, BREN LARMARE, KELLY, KAREN, DIP, PUDGE, BF, BM, KS, MJ, MNJS PARTIES, EF, KD, REOCARS, F 4, BURGER-K, JJSOLID, PREP H-A, FLAKETARD, DUDE, CHEM SLIMESUMMER-'81 FUN AT BC 'ftp Michael Trombetta 7 Morse St., Newton S! .- . .Ili 110. x lf- 1 ik? 'fe' 09 iii dl: 46 'Q .--., Christopher Toole 114 Cabot St., Newton Kevin Troy 42 Eden Ave., West Newton Day. Barry, college "Truly the time of your life." Remember the dream we almost had 22-16. 7-6. Football 1, 2, 3 Indoor-outdoor track 1, 2, 3. Stain kk ME EA, AL KC, TS, TG, JV, BA, BB, DC, DRIVE-IN, August 1, 1981. if l 3 Kenwood Tsai 25 Princess Rd., West Newton Warren, Adams, college Always Remember EG wfA Priori, Trodd's Tape, "Time, like an ever-rolling steam, bears all its sons away" Make the most of tomorrow, but know that the recollection of yesterday is an important task! 'I' Cochichuate 'I' Monarch Notes 'I' Magnum PI 'I' First Night 'I' I. If X15 'Zi A v I . Hz 4 L i ' I Joel Tuchman Sean D. Underhill 16 Duffield Rd., Auburndale 17 Orris St., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college Pm, BG, HB, I'm glad to be out of here. 1 t 4 l Paul Vaccaro 36 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale Warren, Adams, college soccer 3, Baseball 1, 2, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, "success is within the state of mind - it matters not how others view you, but how you view yourself." - Good Luck to everyone. Thanks, Killer, EB ff? 'VZ Sri Y I Thomas Ventura .88 Auburn St., Newton Warren, Beals, college 'PARTIClPANT: X-COUNTRY 1, 2, I3 INDOORXOUTDOOR TRACK 1, I3 LASTING FRIENDSHIP AND SRATITUDE TO BM TC CD GF VIM AND GM REMEMBERS EVERYONE. Petros Vamvakas 191 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Bigelow, Palmer, college Hi Dave Marc Kirk Mike and Ricardo Have a good one Get It, Get lt!!! P.S. Nora, Marc still loves you I John Anthony Vitti 826 Watertown St., West Newton Day, Barry, college Vittles - Baseball, YrBook, football. Remembers Ed, Paul, B, Murph, Bob, DR, Bull, Albie, Guy, Tom, Kevs, Z's CPMGBH- JLCHDGKJGGRIDE, Riley Crew, Don B,SUP? Mem Day Wkd, Camping on Main St. Had Wonderful time MichaelVash 33 Nebscot Rd., Newton Centre Bigelow, Adams Harvard Good times with Salami, Eric, Rob, Lino, Case, Spike, cloopa, FREAK 68, RAMBLER Quarters, Quarry Jumping, Raising Hell in P. Town, Jumper cables, New Year's BRAWL, Stones concert "Ain't nothing but a PARTY" 9 l Sherri Ann Vitti 99 Bemis St., Newtonville Day, Adams, college MEMORIES ARE FOREVER 12f11f8O T.L.A. JOE SUMMER '81. 5f22f81. Junior English with Michelle, Martha, and Deb- bie. Italian Club 1, 2, 3 Bobby, Teresa, and Bonnie. Thanks MomandDad. IC' Mark Usher 22 Randlett Park, West Newton Day, Adams, college REMEMBERS HACK, SCOTT. JOHN, FRANK, STEPHEN, DAVE, KEN, PHIL, PETE, LESLIE, KAREN, MIM, BUDDY, HALLO- WEEN '80, HALLOWEEN 2. SPIDEY, RAIDERS, STRIPES, ART, DOES GYM TAKE SECOND LUNCH. DOGBREATH, CONVEN- TIONS, MARVEL. I, Lauralee Ann Veno 153 Webster St., West Newton Day, Bacon, college The Best of Times wfThe Best of Friends: Michelle Cindy KC DT TB LC CB DC MM etc. wishing you the best Italy 4f8O Itlflrsh TelB.4f17 No.5C . . . My love to Paul, Thanks for the happy times! Hey Mom, I love you! -IW'- """"'f9' Ines Rosa Vitug "MESSY NESSY" 18 Boylston Rd., Newton Highlands Bigelow, Bacon, college Field Hockey, lndoorfOutdoor Track REM: R+R, ACCELERATEI, Practice, WPI, Bacon House, The Berry, The Look, LEEMA BEAN - WHO MADE THIS MESS? Best Wishes to Jenny. Eve, Amy, and all the rest. Keep In Touch! Thanx M+D "' Bloom County '!' Ask Beth 'I' Liz Natale Wins Everything 'I' -at Eric Vogel 73 Grove St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, college REMEMBERS: JERRY M PETRA P TODD M SCOT BOB L MALCOLM DEBBIE MIKE K Rob- bie FRED 76 Rabbit The Docks Party at Petras 4229 POST TRIP BRAE BURN The day nothing went right Dead Roach RR JM FALLING of cliff Lisa A Waldvogel 712 Watertown St., Newtonville Day, Barry, college Good times with Joey and friends always, Remember the summer of 8O+81. Good times withfriends, 4 I . it rv ki If -- x-A' I - I Cheryl A, Webb 30 Grant St., West Newton wi all 3' .fl -'fx MWA. Matthew Von Hendy 288 Newtonville Ave., Newton Bigelow, Adams, college Thanks Mrs, Wolf, Mr. Merrit, Mr. Walker, JC and Cap: Good times wfKC, KB, SG, SC. Shakespearean Players 3, TP Mr. Schaefer: cruisin' wfKD Winter 81. DU - new coffeepot needed Ping Pong? No, Poems Andrea Walker 11 Stoneleigh Rd., Newton Day, Beals, college DANCE SKIING FOOTBALL GAMES. PARTIES. MEMORIES WILL LAST FOREVER ESPECIAL- LY THOSE WITH FRIENDS CAROLYN DIANNE, NEAL Malcolm Weiner 40 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale Warren, Barry, college The worst is yet to come, sum- mers at the course, Lyons, The PT-BISMLHC himpMDPHMDR- REV clue! New Year's at my House - All right it was worth it! Thanx everyone for making it real. Marguerite Von Richter t'Magi" 1305 Salem St., Malden Day, Barry, college Co-Pres. of JR, MSAD, TEEN Angels of '82, Never FORGET the past, we had good+bad times. Florida 81 Remember Barry Lav for 3 yrs. Let the good times roll, ALL my Love to Jeff forever. . .Thanks Ma . .. f txt, X-1 . X-Unxil 1 Mark S. Weinfeld 86 Stuart Rd., Newtonville Bigelow, Barry, college MATH TEAM 2, 3 SECRETARY: SWIM TEAM 2, 3: TRACK TEAM 1: SPEECH TEAM 2, 3: CHESS CLUB 1, 2: SOPHOMORE CLASS SECRETARY '15 M 3. Joshua Wachs 70 Manemet Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Riley, college . . . WAKA-WAKA . . . Remember MIKE, LC, WAA or LAA?, SWORD FIGHTING, MAGIC, BUTTONS, D AND D, built like a MACK, broken finger, WALKMAN, WBCN, LA 111, Killer etc. CDON'T FORGET FERNANDOJ l I I I Mary Ann Warren 229 Geneva Ave., Dorchester Warren, Beals, college ACTIVITIES: AAC, TRACK THE LOCKER ROOMS: ADAMS BENCH: RALPH, LISA, NICIE KAREN, KRISSY, ERIC, JAIME TIMOTHY, TODD ALL THE TROVERSY THAT WENT LOVE ALWAYS TO: MY ARIELLE AND MIKE . w E og re .S I: S. r. -e 9:4 Lf Harnet Weinraub ,I 76 Madison Newton 1 Bigelow, Palmer, college A V, I Love always to Stacy + Dicki QQ: David Grandma thanks to Bett M + Joe + Bob + Velma good part B, ties WXBCDGCBMSJRBFAFEFF: -, sLwGwDccRAwsw Free serif? New Year's party 81 re summe ' 80 'I' Rocky Horror Picture Show tl' Brockton 16 North 22 'I' 4.4. I. L ix , . Sarah Weisman 35 Bowes St., Newton Weeks, Barry, college FROM MASON-RICE TO BARRY HOUSE COUNCIL, ROCCO, THE SPANISH CLUB, BLOOD- MOBILES, MRLS, MWSOC, LOTS OF LUCK TO MANY FRIENDS LIKE LIZ P, VILLAGE 81, "116. GENERAL HOSPITAL FAD AND THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, ADlOS!" John Whoriskey 17 Willard St., Newton Bigelow, Beals, college Remember soccer 1, 2, 3 Sum- mers in SCIT. Good luck PM, JSGMCSMAMPIB Love esp. to. NF, STDC If hard work is key to success I'd rather pick the lock. Eighth of ten Good Luck everyone See ya Beb If s I I Marc Wise 17 Somerset Rd., West Newton Day, Adams, Army -Remembers: David, Pete, Dirk, T'Mike, Jerry's kids, "Cakes" Fun land Games, movies, Pizza, I1OO1, bike racing, The Crew, llforce 12, the GTO, Go For lt!!! Elissa Weltz 24 Windermere Rd., Waburndale Weeks, Barry, college Activities: volleyball, track, council. Remember France and the Frenchies, My super Math teachers. When will I have one? All the good times, and love to all my friends. "All you need is love" Beatles Nina Wilkins 35 Central St., Auburndale Warren, Beals, Australia Remembers: everyone, Bon- fires, Houseparties, Hudon's, Geils, Cult, Seger, KFC Barry lar, Hampton iil, Beth Ficke The Nutshell, ES, MS, ST, CW, Let it Be, The Monkees, We gotta get outa this place?l ?! vw: N-nl? Sherry Wise 116 Falmouth Rd., West Newton Warren, Adams, Computer Programmer lf you love something, set it free. If it comes back, lt's yours. If it doesn't, It never was. Remember all my friends, keep In touch! What's your beef? Thanks sis. Love to mom+dad, Shawn+Shane. Wow, I made It! x-,..,-v' '. i gy I T , I ,r David White 62 Lenox St., West Newton Day, Barry, career in management or law I AM HAPPY TO BE LEAVING THE HIGH SCHOOL AT LAST! I will miss the school and friends. I am looking forward to college and I am glad I got my education through NEWTON NORTH teachers! I learned a lot! Karl Winkler 219 Adams Ave., Newton Warren, Palmer Remember, AR, JR, LC, KB, AS. DM, ML, PB, DC, ML, BACON HOUSE BENCH N.N.H.S. TRACK TEAM UNCLE MlKE'S CLASS THE STONES 81 IN HARTFORD WITH KATHY CAPE COD AND PARTY Adam Wisnia 115 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Bigelow, Riley, college S+SpC+C think snow, Gimme Shelter, Dude! I Hear Ya! DK Beach Bum. Lately it occurs to me what a long strange trip it's been. - Garcia Anthony Whiteside 64 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville . I1 .4 .gf ly' Y? I iff Y ll S 'x Christopher M. Winn 11 Phillips Ln., Newton C.R.L.S., Palmer, college Italian Club Outward Bound Hur- ricane Island H-127 "All I ask is that I have a tall ship and a star to steer her by." 'fllif' Cecily-Jo Wolfe 51 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Weeks, Beals, college "Training is everything. The peach was once a bitter almond, cauliflower is nothing but a cab- bage with a college education." Samuel Clemens 'I' Muhammed Ali Loses 'I' China Syndrome 'I' Deadheads 'I' 11317 Debra Wolfson 52 Greenlawn Ave ,Newton Centre Weeks, Riley, College THE MOMENT MAY BE TEMA PORARY, BUT THE MEMORY LASTS FOREVER, AND TO GIVE SOMEONE A MEMORY, KEEPS YOU CLOSE WHEN YOU'RE APART. SWIMMING 1, 2, 3 N xx 5 Wk?-1. 9 fad f"!i .A Sonya Yee 248 Homer St., Newton Weeks, Palmer, college V-ball 111 SPINOFFI JF PURPLE HAIR BALLOONS FOREVER WXYW 4112 HI, RACHEL! BUD' DY BELTS SJ NEW YORK TORONTO LOVE TO MOM FEEL4 ING MELLOW EL LOVE IS SWEETER WHEN YOU'RE SHAR- ING BOSTON SMILE Karen M. Yerardi 52 Henshaw St., West Newton Warren, Adams, undecided Remember: Cathy and Laura for being good friends. All the kids from Warren and Day. The peo- ple out front, Parties at Bruce's house. The kids that I around with outside of Always remember FRED Xu Joanne Yerkes 21 Oak Vale Rd, Waban Meadowbrook, Adams A Day with no hug is like a day with no sunshine! Stu - I,L.Y! Nik-Nik! XOXO Love to Mom, Sum, Feff, D and D, And Willie B. TRANNY - R AND .IPax - LAGNAF - hee hee!! ENGLANDfMy Lionheart summer of 81 ShfayimOui Let's Shmy! CSS i 'I' Guiseppe's 'I' Foreigner 'I' Bob Dylan at the Orpheum 'I' Taps 'II David Young "Youngy" 80 Elliot Ave., West Newton Day, Barry, undecuded Sky diving team 234 GROUND- ED FOR LIFE!!! Remembers being straight? Remembers my friends "The Stiffs"!! WENDY FOREVER. , , 1 , Marcia Zukowski 44 Winthrop St., West Newton Warren, Riley, college ONE MAY GROW IN AGE+DlST, BUT THE MEMORIES SHALL LINGER ON. DT-F4EVER - CH, DG, KK-PIZ KJ, TT, MG, JL, JV, GG, EWAM, GINGER, MS CRAD - THANK YU, LL-GLUCK, VBALL 1, 2, 3 - nl, TRACK 2, 3, ORCH 1, 2, 3, PARTYLINE, ME-81, LTSUM - 8O+81, BEACHWXALL 'X It Beth L. Zalkind 29 Sunset Rd., Newton Bigelow, Beals, college "BEST" EX and Sp Times W J.J. ALWAYS and Fr Vr . . .And THEN there's US.. Jeanne, Janet, N.Y,, NYE, DRlVIN', FandG, D.B., BC., Saias, S.P.'S, MK, MS, TT, BT, SR, MT, KT, DS, KF. THIS ONE'S FOR YOU KIM, YOU ARE ALWAYS IN MY HEART. 'W-'ni' Virginia A. Zukowski "Gin er" 8 44 Winthrop St., West Newton Warren, Palmer, college Farewell we must leave, Do not let this grieve us, Remember that the best of friends must part. Deirdre, Cath, Deb - MOSC, KJ-RL, KK, JV, GG, JL, MG, V-Ball 111, SKI, FEB 81, Beach, ME., luv to Marcia, Mrs. Cradle GLF Andrea McCloud 26 Merola Pk., Boston 'i.,..a-N K , I' 55? ..--- ' , -" ai. 1 I 2 tx - ' X A William H. Zeiner 53 Jackson Rd., Newton Bigelow, Barry SwiilB Remembers Football 2, 3 Lax 2, 3 Corsi, Abbs, Muscrat, Rion, Al, Dick, Dave, Ray, and Elmo. Barry House N1 Sat. night at PePers the balls, The Bowl That Never Was, U22 and will always remember Susan , . . 1, 'I' Tom Petty 'I' N.Y. Giants 81 N.Y. Giants Make Playoffs 'I' Kinks 'I' Michelle Ames 42 Charles St, Newton Warren, Beals, Art School Remem: GL, ME, MH, MD, Newton Catholic Boe Joe Rider I Love you, Mark, Good Luck to everybody. Prom of "8O" 91 14f79 Parties "Adams" Michael Brunn 57 Crehove Dr., Newton Lower Falls Warren, Palmer, college I would have had my picture taken, but I had better things to do, Remember: Dave. Marc, Kirk, Pete, Ricardo, Cakes, JOSH, Battlezone - 345, G-jokes. Robert I. Berg 186 Park St., Newton Corner Michael Caramanica 14 Emerald St., Newton Day, Beals, Treasurer Remembers Skipper Cassie Cloupa Youngster Lino zepps Late night Good times at the park "Clown" gimme a break case S C and my Audi "Miserable" Tatties Friday Night adventures Sat. Morning Discoveries, THE LAKE David H. Carlsen 24 Tarbow St., Dedham Peter T. Close 26 Lowell Ave., Newtonville John Deardon 133 Morse St., Watertown Lynore DeDoming 275a Bridge St, Dedham Weeks, Riley, college LOVE YOU RON LIZZIE HUT Potato Chip Disco in your face CR MR TA Zepplin Calfguts in bio. PH Dble Dtch Bus Bacon B- room Summer 81 T-pins on Barry door JD AM MD LC CC RM BD MACHO F'er B-street weekends wfTHE DOORS William Houle 450 Craft St., West Newton Day, Beals, college Geology Club Timothy Jackson 676 Adams St., Holliston Barbara Kelley 82 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Warren, Barry, college WE HAVE LIVED AND LOVED TOGETHER THROUGH MANY CHANGING YEARS, WE HAVE SHARED EACH OTHER'S GLADNESS AND WEPT EACH OTHER'S TEARS: THANKS ALWAYS JACQUI AND MAR- THYGAF! T8! LCXFREDDIXILY PETER! SHOWER THE PEOPLE U LUVWXLUV Laura LaCroix 62 River St., West Newton Warren, Riley, college always remember Karen, Cathy, Trish, LC Everyone out front! All my love always and 4-ever to Phil. Marshfield Beach all the parties with my friends HG BS TL MM RM KL BC SD RH PL B FJ SW AND GH WfKippy Claudia Mannarino 44 South Gate Pk., West Newton Warren, Barry, cosmetology REMEMBER EVERYONE IN ADAMS ESPECIALLY MY BEST FRIEND MARIA, MARJORIE, RHONDA+MlKE ALL MY LOVE AND THANKS TO MY FATHER. Lots of luck to my friends, you'll need it, YOU KNOW WHAT l'M SAYIN' "NEW YORK, NEW YORK" Kim A. Mazzola 335 River St., West Newton Warren, Barry, undecided Remember yesterday, Dream about tomorrow But live for to- day. Good times wfFriends, all the girls, the park, Out Front, Friday Nights, "Ya shoulda seen'em off iska!" Good luck CLASS of'82! Catherine J. Medaglia "Cathy" 137 River St. Warren, Riley, Undecided "I know what friendship means!" Thanks Karen+Laura for being patient, l'Il never forget you! Remember Everyone out front, the falls, party's, SEGER+SPRINGSTEEN. All my love to Spencer! J. Ricardo Mora 62 Forest St., Newton Highlands Palmer, college and study engineering IT'S TIME TO BECOME A FRESHMAN AGAIN! REMEM- BERS: PETE, MARC, KIRK, DAVID, JUAN AND TEAMMATES Patricia Milano 491 Waltham St., West Newton Warren, Palmer Hairdresser always-remember-MY- ROCKNROLL-BANDS-especially- DC-MM-PILL HEAD-MA+PA-LL- BM-MD-MOST-OF-ALL-MY-BOW- from-Arrow-Times-in-HUDSON UP TO I-LOVE-MY- FENDER- TRICK-Brue-Chris-Shave-those LINES-Revelate William T. Muise Jr. 33 Woodrow Ave., Newton Weeks, Adams, college Mom+Dad you're wrong, I did graduate. TRANNY, REALITY IS LIFE SO! THANKS KILLER. WHAT DO YOU MEAN NO! RE: HR3345. POST 300, Brenda and to all who HELPED. HEY JEFF I'LL SEE YOU IN CANADA. DANCIN' ON A CORNER Joseph Mulhern 82 Day St., Auburndale Bigelow, Riley, college, Air Force REMEMBER BEN'S HOUSE GLASH! M.M. SNAPS GOIN' MOBILE WITH R.B. AND NOOG CLIFF BB'S and R AND C'S AlN'T TOO PROUD TO BEG LIBRARY CLOWNS GOOD TIMES BAD TIMES SKI TRIPS SOON? GOOD LUCK TO REST OF RILEY BUMS Daniel G. Moyniham 19 Union St., Watertown Alphonso Peters 26 Greenier St., Newton Bigelow, Palmer, college Soccer 1, 2, 3 Remember Class 81 PV, ZB, LT wfB special thanks to Mr. Guild TJW the soc- cer bowl is waiting North vs. South IOU OC My special girls Mom Mrs. JF BfS If you do use it you'lI lose it Mark A. Petter 120 Cherry St., West Newton Lina Russo 108A Derby St., West Newton Steven S. Rosen 358 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Jonathan D. Schwartz 166 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Corner Bigelow, Beals, college Due to changes in management has been liquidated. Vladi-lava Njorth-R-Viart-R P.S,g Meet you under the guillotine Monday Kenny Walsh 137 Edinboro St., Newtonville Day, Beals, Air Force G.L,T.A.M.B. M.D. forever Good luck to all of my friends in the future. David H. Wentzell 11 Middle St., Newton Corner John D. Wrye 24 Brookdale Rd, Newtonville 4 fd fn .--"' 51,9 -. t ' "This is the perfect career." 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X A 5 vxib N Q19 Good Luck Class of '82 From C h i i c k Packaging Products for Industry Trading Inc 31 Union Avenue, Box G Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776-0907 ALUMABILT INC. 1387 Washington St., West Newton, Mass. 02165 1617i 969-0500 Siding-Roofing-InsulationlWindows-Doors-Porch Enclosures "We Did Your Neighbor's House" Congratulations From MOVIES TO GO 281 Needham Street Newton, MA 02164 969-1790 Luggage - Leathergoods - Gifts Handbags 3+ I.aE'FI'I'-I'IE WIEIRIJIEI i fgfi sassy Newton Centre 304 Langley Rd. 332-6519 GLORIA FOOD 344 Watertown St. Newton, MA 02158 fem 527-9810 Deli-Fresh Meats Party Platters-Subs i' 'k i' k 'k 'k 'k Congratulations to the Class of '82 THE WEST SUBURBAN YMCA "Fun and Fitness for the Western Suburbs" Pool Indoorl0utdoor Jogging Tracks Racquetball! Squash Courts Weight Room West Suburban Y Universal Weight Machine 276 Church St. Fitness Classes Newton, MA 02158 And Much More 244-6050 4 Congratulations to: Joan Hecksher Jenny Greenberg Jenny Leeman Greg Miller Erica Foisy Kak Durkin Courtney Shick R. J. Graf 81 Shawn Bryan, on Graduating from Newton North H.S.! Good Luck in the Future on Whatever You Do. - Jeff Nljennings Clmiteiiipnrury Clothing fl lixelusive Designs l 1280 Centre Street Newton C Ientre Piccadilly Square f 964-2714 THE TREE HOUSE Toys-ChiIdren's Books-Miniatures 837 Beacon St. Newton Center, Mass. 965-2464 .Q Ce 16171 244-3927 GATEWAY HARDWARE, INC. The air is warm and moist. 315 washington Street The leaves are there now Newton MA 02158 Reaching out in their horizontal way V Ylltkltkk Filling the spaces in the vacant air. Pale and soft They come from solid tree But will last well into fall Next spring, soft and pale, they will be there. Reaching out, silently, They gave me their secret That I didn't know. They are there for me. 2 x 4 DIAMO D PARTS FOR ALI. CARS AUTO PARTS Complete Starter and Alternator Foreign and American 445 Cambridge St. 441 Watertown St. Allston, MA 02134 Newton, MA 02158 782-3422 527-4710 NEWTONVILLE PIZZA INC. 322 Walnut Street Newtonville, Mass. For Fast Service Call Us Ahead And Your Order Will Be Ready When You Arrive Tel. 969-9842 Delicious Pizzas and Hot Oven Grinders Try Our Specialties - Thank You Price Subject to Change it ' lcE CREAM 8. sNAcK sHAcK ' QFormaIIy CaroIyn's Sweet Shopl 331 Walnut Street, Newtonville 527-8164 Fresh Fruit Yogurt Dairy Cream Ice Cream Best Steamed Hot Dogs h Cgtlt S X Good Luck From the 1982 Senior Class Committee BAYBANKIMIDDLESEX ror Round-the-Clock Banking in Newton BayBank Middlesex The Basement Store 562 Washington Street, Wellesley 16171 237-6908 For Beautiful Discount Dancewear J 8: S MOBIL Complete Auto Service John Coyle, Proprietor 1094 Beacon Street Newton lFour Cornersl, MA 02159 527-9607 Karate-Jiu-Jitsu-Kung Fu W Classes for Men, Women and Children ,,.v.,.'.,,,.,.,,.,.,.,.v.,.,.,.,,,,.,.,., ,.,.,.v.,...,.,.,.,.,., FORMA I, XVI-ZAR FOR HIRE Fred Villari STUDIOS OF SELF DEFENSE 4 Fred Villari, 10th Degree Grand Master 527-9696 392 Watertown St. Rt. 16 Newton, MA Color Coordinating 270 Parsons Street Brighton, MA 02135 16171 782-4455 16177 527-9595 964-0135 BEACON SHELL STATION Service is Our Business Frank Roberts 1099 Beacon St. Owner Newton, MA 02161 J Compliments of ARTHUR T. GREGURIAN, INC. AUBURNDALE SPORTS SHOP Professional Skate Sharpening f617J 965-3356 For All Sporting Needs 2284 Washington St. Larry Amonems Newton Lower Falls, Mass' 02162 419 Lexington St. Auburndale, MA 02166 527-4333 CONTINENTAL PASTRY PROVIZER'S DELICATESSEN B0UT'QUE OF WELLESLEY Since 1936 Newton's Oldest Quality Delicatessen Congratulations to the Class of 549 Commonwealth Ave. 1982 Ben Whitestone Newton Centre HOME TOWN COOPERATIVE BANK Main OfficelNewtonviIIe: 305 Walnut St. Waltham: 577 Main St. West Newton: 1308 Washington St. Waltham: 625 Moody St. Newton Lower Falls: 2276 Washington St. Connecting All Offices Waban: 4 Windsor Road Chestnut Hill: 210 Boylston St. fRte.9j 893-80001964-8000 4 Congratulations to the Class of 1982 From Alyce and Eddie Mandell Best Wishes From the Folks at Q Auburndale Co-operative Bank 307 Auburn Street 62 Boston Post Rd. Auburndale, MA 02166 Wayland, MA 01778 527-6090 358-5136 6 AR V A HD SQUARE TRADING COMPANY Name Brands at Reduced Prices 1255 Centre St. Newton Centre, MA 02159 Tel. 969-0005 Congratulations to the 1982 Graduating Class R. P. HOLMES CORP. UE European I ' Skin Care Facials Mfggjgg CLEANING at TAILORING co. Manicure DGBUTY Stenggfzziz 343 Auburn St. Auburndale . . . total body beauty from face to fingertips . . . Tel 527-0211 1290 Centre Street Newton Centre, MA 02159 Tai'0'i"9 a Speciany Piccadilly Square Tel: i617t 332-5511 T. W. ANDERSON Ffqm Best Wishes Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverwear Watch, and Jewelry Repairing 295 Centre Street Newton 339 Auburn Street 527-0519 244-1498 Auburndale, Mass. 02166 gverythiuc 0, ,M 0 at 0 A Ill - -- , :. lil 3 1 it ' Service Quality D ! mum t 1 'X I ee f -4 -D 0 at L. f LeBARON HARDWARE 25 Kempton Place West Newton, Mass. 2088 Commvnweanh Ave- Mon - Fri. 9:30-9:30 set. 9:00-6:00 250 Auburndale, Mass. 02166 Tel. 16171 527-1036 Phone 332-6300 Fine Footwear and Sporting Goods For the Entire Family at Discount Prices 'ABAN MARKET indsor Road aban, Mass. 02168 Exotic Fruit From Around The World Prime and Top Choice Meats Specialty Foods. J 0 Y C E Auto School 614 Washington St. Brighton l0ak Sq.l 782-4966 Complete Driver Ed. Course and Limited Participation 24 Hr. Answering Service Call tor Info. 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