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

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L.,.,-5LV-g- ivy? 1,1 ' 1 x , 4 v ,-L V: Af' 1 1 v' , . 1 . ,. -W.- .E'E1i:?-i"3' ' miss miv:w?fJaw ' A 5 dvswfonian 015 Ugan Cjfczii 7 Q54 I I I I I I I I I I I I U65 Jxffswfonian Jvawfon Jvozfg gcgoof 360 .llnuaff cfyuanua, Cjvgwfonuifeg cAAa11acZu1aff1 02760 The Class Of 1984 Has More Than Class More Than Academics, More Than Extra Curriculars, More Than School Spirit. And For This, We Tip Our Hats To You. W---.-nail' 'wa ' Q 50 thousand studen the Drivers Education teachcr Fdwm H W ncst rcurcd this in the Ncwton School systtm f fr W er, hc taught 500 con studcnts dumn N NORYH Eriitlyix 554 :ga Q 1 iisifbf . 33 t . L. Q 1 4: z sim iamw. T BLE OF 'EUNTENTS Faculty .,........4................................ Un derclassmen . Government . . Clubs ..... . . Departments .... Art ....,. .... Music .... Tech- Voc . . Sports ..... Fall Sports . . . Winter Sports . Around School . . Theatre ..... Color Section . Senior Survey . Senior Section . Advertisements . Closing .... , -I .....26 145 I6-J 11-v JI 2 JI -1 Q Q0 iflj YK HEAD OF THE CLASS , 115, Q? . ' 'F ff 1 'iff-. -I ' 123' 4' e' rl K X X 1 , Q .5 Q lg iff? J M " -SLE? nfs' 1522 I 4' -' " 5 ..1'5'L E, 5 '. f-Q..- C, ET TO mf QW- Q Inf" 'Y' ,Y - 1 Q 2-xyxbf . N ,'.-. 'c. H. :-.-93-: .'.- - ox a J . -.1.,,A.-43325 ' y f 1':1-Q-wigs-.-Q ff 3'4 XQQSIS-" fl -' , .0-mee . 5- A-.4 -. I ' -,I-. , . '. ' '." -:-. , 'ofa ' . - . S, 1-Stu--' tigqffszfnz-'21 --+0 'o . X323 . ., . ff 1-r: A ,t-.'-:.:2,'g - -31.-.Zrjrf,'?,'1 - , 7:"1ff:-'::'5f'5'f:73'E:il1--if'-:ffif " ' ,- ,f,.-.zl Q'-,v -I-1 -g2.:,2.:::f..C,. :gg 5. so 970xl"' '- 5 - -gf-17"Yi'-'7'?2'Q4Il'. ii-7 0.9 1 , p' , - ' .fff-,-.'.'-,:,cp , V7 9+ - f " 'A' M ' " I 9 - 4 jf 1 - Q H 4- f 1 74' ,-' J '- C ,ff tx , A' , 'Q-,W f r 5 R Q X X X W TQQQ-pvfjgf Qfff'- if x x ' Q f .. S x e,g.q56p- nic, Qu . X S fxg. 5 '-.h 499343:-fglff -Xxx x Q X 9 A I .N ...JJ 'L -. ,- si: x N :K .:fwf::5'f.'42f-""w"'e1'-Q-,g'fw'f X fx 'N-,4-:W N H W g it A , Y ..g, r X. X QL , -ui si xx - L W 1 t nd gk Wim fr I-11 Culp: PRINCIPAL OF NEWTON NORTH HIGH SCHOOL . , - X . 38 2 ,Q , t , Marya Levenson served her second as principal at Newton North. She headed the school with her gentle omnipresence, in the halls, in the lunch room, on the puhlic address system, at school events. Mrs. Levenson is especially proud of Newton North's well-roundedness- its fullness in variety of students and in its balance of classes and extra-curricular activities. Mrs. Levenson, who has three children, is working towards her doctorate and hopes to graduate to Doctor Levenson with the class of 1984. SUPERINTENDENT OF NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS ,lohn Strand, like Mrs. l,evenson, saw his second year in the Newton pulslic school system. lle came to Newton to replace depart- ing superintendent, Aaron lfink, having previously served as superint- nctlent ol schools in ljelliain, New Yorlx. 6 A dm in is tra tion .Q-'Q ,glv ---0' Q-...rj WT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL a 5? Cu ' ffi- lx Atwood P. Dunham has served as administrative assistant to the principal for fourteen years. Mr. Dunham. like Mrs. Lcvenson. is a frequent sight around school, patrolling the halls and talking to students. Mr, Dunhams duties range from making morning an- nouncements to correcting schedules and report cards to Theatre Ink. V' 5 44" SUPER VISOR OF THE NEWTON TECHNICAL- VOCA TIONAL PROGRAM Dan Malia, a former Riley housem.ister. is in tliarut or the czti. or Newtorfs 'ltCClllllC.ll-VHLi.iIlHI1.1l prograni, intlxiilinxg that or Nexxt-iii North lligh School, llis lolw requires hiiii to xxorlt iii-sth. xxitix t t Business, Home liconomics .ind XM-rs Studi titpmtiitztts ot tfzt Newton Pulwlic Schools in order Ur proxitlt the lu st tx t t!'.ctN.1T education possilwlc. A dmin 1'srri1t1'on ' THE HOUSES The brilliant yellow of Barry House shines at the intersection of Elm Street and Main. The house is named after Leoj. Barry, an administra- tive assistant, assistant principal and principal of Newton High School. Beals, the bright, light green house, is the second splash of color from the Elm Street foot of Main Street. Whenjtnhn N. Beals was principal of the first high school in Newton, he worked with one administrative assistant, two teachers and just 75 students, compared to more than 500 teachers and 2500 students today. Down the hall and color spectrum from Beals stands Adams house in emerald green. Enoch Adams was principal at Newton for twenty-five years, from 1897-1921, Palmer is "the best house with the best stu- dents, the best teachers and the best housemas- ter" in the humble opinion of housemaster Rich- ard Adams. The house with the deep blue walls and lockers is named after Irving O. Palmer, the first principal of the technical high school and then of the newly combined high school. The plum walls of Riley, the last house before the administrative deserted Bacon House, is spread out just in front of the library steps. Cora Riley was North's first director of guidance, and the institutor of financial aid in Newton. 8 H ousema sters Y.- BARRY Wf' ' 5 Gail Stein, Barry housemaster, was also responsible for the College Board examinations PALMER 5 Richard Adams rs housemaster ofthe fourth house, Palmer. BEALS , Beals housemastcr, Mcridrth Ghattas ns responsrble for the Newton North 5chrml buses. -f,"'35' 'ri pil ' b 'Q 65 George P. Guild. Celebrated for his patrols of the Cafeteria and Main Street, IS Rrlcjfs houscmastcr. ADAMS 0, A 5 hr 5 i X I 9 4 I' Y Q Norman Gaudet houscmastcr of Adams, IS rn charge ut' the Ncwturr Nrrrth Ilrgh Sihuol Sdwlarshlp Fund, Housenmstem 9 ART Davcdd Muvltz Dept Head BUSINESS X .S--. P--S : 1.34 i1"" l ' 'if i S fu -Q,-13- N V S 'H-1 . gems 1. .4 'aa ,' H. r.,' 'ar . Q .er ,X ,a g . mf X ,dk , v " . 10 Fa Culry .-an 'S a ld lirrcka Cluslmlm Olrvna Mcffullnugh Beryl Silverthorne fi? SIS' fu Rudolph Satlak Dept Head Sylvra Blanr Mrclmcl Cradunc x.....,.4' Ellen MfGra1l in 'f-is Sandra Truant S' I . -lwf , -. Barry lluwlaml Marv Machakos -luhn Meyer Libby Rcsmfk 1. 2 .1 ,af t ' X 5 5' 'N J" Q lf. ' v 'Q X W i X. ,Y I . vrb, 5. U I ' 'S . f ' A fwf '35 .Q " ggi' ey glrxsl qi r lrcnc Roman Margaret Tavrtran BI-LI GUAL COUNSELGRS ,l. A515 13 f,.1w"""',, 1 y iii ' 5' v, If Q M L .. Y Bcvn-rlcy Logan B! Us 1 J X: . . Q f- . y y ' . K , V 'Q -'W '- ffi. "W" 'Wai 5 553539. E 'A U fri: VALI!1!fd gk hmll 'lay Snape CO TI ED CATIO DRIVER Custodians Front Ruw -lm' Brarmcrm, Al I,cunc,AIuhn Mataulcy, Pcrcr IJ'Arnrt4r IDcpartmcnt Head! Back Row 'lf EDUCATIO Prtclh. Arthur Corfu, Huh Prrrclh, Inu liarrxanrw, Dan Hltir1Chr,'Inhr1 D'An1rur X N 1.1 GLISH Marv Lanrgan 'lun Adams Dept Head ,nur George Buwer George Brcsnahan Elnabcth Cameron Peter Capndrlupo ' 'QM C, af- ge? X K f 1 , '? 1 Y x Rrrhcrt Dcphuurc -james IJAQUIHZIU Inez Dover Gary Flllfifl I 9 51 XX J Edwin Wrest Flrmne Burden 1 Thomas DcPetcr Y' 'VX john Fernandes N1tlf.Q.lff'V Hrh- ru Beth Guldrnan just-ph Hansen john Hams Marilyn Hubbard I 2 E1 culty 3 1152! K, Ronald Ingalls Charles Kamar Alrson Kenney-Hall Ellen Moore Thomas Schaefer 41' in .1 gd r lg Davrd Outerbrrdge J. jfy f x K 'PN Brainerd Phillrpsfwn Anne Seralyin Helen Smrth fi , I K ' X, ' W ,iw - Y, ...X Ag... 'f 'ff' ,Qi -fun fi ' w-at Nancy Zlmmff sherla Zollr 4'---fi .U ,!"' ,f--x Barbara Klllmn Lynne Mwrrraguc Q joseph Rigaln Ir f Lynne Russman uw? Norman Walker Burton Werner f . ,fffiha , wx. i...-,.. luzculrv 15 , . K 'Y e S.. l l 3 , l FOREIG LA GUAGE Davrd Phelan Grace Blcloch Rrchard Clark Dept Head an-.fl I lfsrhcr Cohen Franklin Davis -lean Dcgnun Bernard Flanagan Claire jackson QF! 5 V 2? A 3 ,Q " ,. 4 gs: ,Q 2 3 4' , Q l A- ,Hy - 7 - in ,' X ' 'EJ ff ht' 3 X rrr, . X . a 3 'X ' 'l ' f 4 . X a' V l J Q ' lv' Rx.-iff , X . .iii 'xx gi5,.,g I g kr f :ff"'12' ng. NK 'il -1 U fl ' 4, 1 l 1 . ' 'i . . 7 A Manuel Mares Emllio Mazzola Hilda Karp Kenneth Kuulwck Phrlllp l,lnColn A 2? ,rx Z, 1 l A f L. if 'VI' l l a V Q r jcssxc McChcsncy lla-len Saunders Russell Src-mc-rt 'U- Mana Vallnnc Lucien Wersbrod Marlene Yesley N A 3. HEARING Fdward Mullrgan Flame Burnkdrnp Paula Cmta Dept Head IMPAIRED :Y Nmu Feldman Barbara'Innes-D.add.mu Theresa Kelley 3 11,1 Stew Kurnhdll 'Iuduth Rosenthal M, Delynn Walker V' i Y 'ge l HOME ,, j. L M K? llxiviv fe . - - ' Kathleen llenrghan Lynn Art Bunnie Bucchs Dept llcad 4' Deborah Dyer Nancy Newton Wlllnam O'Ncxll X 'QI it llvlun Rst lr LEARN N DISABILITIE ,-10" .r- r U ig: I N ' 'Sv VL.. I r ' U. " 'Q' . 2 ? +15 -ludrtlr Rosenthal Dept Head ,iff x N :six ,lf v ,li ' A-,A l A R , .., if j "S ,V W J, is f' , . . 'An-t 49 ik Ng' ' X rv ' U fain, l,. 1 A X . W K, A fr A K.: Fifi-' "QL ' ' 1 Winrlvred Green Myrna Guterrnan MS l,aVrne l ii ,li l 'jf i I l -U - 'W' ,ji LIBRARY N 1- ,-413 N it, . V' 4 A. 16 Faculty 'H 'W l X s 5 l t r . l 7 1 s ,H Y l l lx ' , l r X I Sylvra Agulnrck judith Freedman SQ. AVN I Charlotte Mason Marion Pruslrn Margery Wleder ri' kj' Belle Grllwcrr Patricia Herrin Dept. Ilead 2 Karl Rernke john Scanlon Marv Sapienza Ronald Barndt Dept. Head I 'XY rf Q 1 s Ar X9 K Q . Q41 4 X, va- d t Q! x , . , 3 rl If ,z, ff 1,9 X Mlriam Blau Phrllp Bowman fs. 'S' Marnlyn Donlan Marlene Flanagan ff" X Kathleen Hollnwell Rfwalie Kenney ., Y .fe 1 -U ,A :wr .mf 5 ,::iQ1U3 ag I 42? 4 f Y J A374 Peter Barrant Ruth Barrows ,Qu t r- Q. te, ,, : Mimi, XWW PS5 P 'if A-us 6 'Q ,Qi ,r Qu Q4 1. , in 'V ' Ava K Rrchard Burke kv M MATH Robert Bums Lawrence Caranfa ., 1 11,--". , 'N Esme Green Ina Heafirz -I0-Ellen Hlllyer 15711 ffaiw 1 ' ':, FQ: - 242 -- 5 ,,' 222, A Q' ,J A ' . 6 5 1 ' 'C MM V, 5-ef 545. t- ' A iw, A "N y '--' -:X I 0' 1' F2 1, .Y tr-sm, , . Q N A f rx'-f i vvg' , N 'V -f f 'V r' 7 f '4f ,g4Qj, V 2:12 ,T A ., K lk V fied Ls I X l ws. 1 Peter Leofantr Rrclmrd Mackler Peter xl-ifflfi -rf-- A A W- Q 'Q-:af l Lrnda Muth james Ofrmnell Ray Ogleslw -l.llllL'N Schrmdt-r Pull Flldif-' F11 Culp' 1 i if MATH R joseph Snciliano Raymond Stephens MUSIC Ki iSkin ' :Y-fs'v-'woffwm'-ianht Wm . ' A e'M"6"i': u S. ' -" ," 'K -W' . guru r r- " 'ff M , ' 'ww f e,lv2:2.i3 A- - '5' rf aww- -V M.-f. 1, .4-Nga-,vw ww.,w,.v ww- , fr-' wz- r we- xnxx' -mv, - .-: f wa Lv ip' 'C37'x'i51:- " A ff 1, , Q, .r,,e5,.n A ,Q l' Q 511 rv. 1 N x 3 f - - gnu- .I lb W, 'fl BL 4. Sipaifwaa., 34, Raymond Smith Eric Benlamxn Robert Giorgi Dept, Head ' l Thomas Leonard Q-in .AFV Richard Travers WST RT 19' ax vi' ' .1 Charles Brmron Paula Garrlty Margaret Wallff School Psychologist .5 Mary Gorman 'X i jeanne Whrte 1 5 A , X I Q , I Thomas Wullrams Dept Head jay Cradle janet Krvlehan URSES PARKING CAMPUS ATTE DA r' 912 Walter Brrchler i' Irene Cucrna if li! Mf- Q , Q, x . .V r , 'fell 5' 'Mk A 4 .9 - 4 L. llamce Perkrns ,auf 47 'Q 2 I 2.4. if Jerry Phrlllps 0 I. il fs T353 5'-If ,ti 'Ns 'ezffwf-,Q ,isffiil ,ayg f Y. 4 an Fave Porter 1' X N 5 x PHYSICAL EDUCATIO Roger Brown 414' I X pl ,vip ,ga -uiaxfl. - at , s.,k ,f N I Richard Fletcher Thomas Crum ' ' j ', Richard Walker Mary Wnllrarns 1 F3 cults ' i i,I"""" ,bv , ' s f . Stuart Rist David Belmarsh Dept. Head .ur"'K D!" . ' V1 .' .. i Tony Croce Frank D'Agostino Richard Duffy Ruth Fernandez J f E Edgar Boucher 1 Kevin Foley , WU!" ' P .' V jf if x ,ii Y, V t S4 i ,af aa iiweg David Geikre Deburah Gerstein Virginia Ghattas George Hahn Christopher jones I fmf , ' af .Q :AAG i I 4 , 5 if 1-. aww fb - 1 V l I 3A5iP?i'?ff55f V f , , ---1 : , 1 t gf f V Melvin Levinson George Martins Ernest Nicol Richard Pearl " ' i"""' ia 5 5? fa 535 4.-71. 'ZZ , frm ff KD vm if Rachel Sheridan lrarik Spitzer Patricia Sullivan Charlotte Thompson D. Montgomery Wells Hilfflld Wiper 20 Faculty Q-ff . U :fn .S gr We A ., 'QW' xiii! 1 SECRET Elsie McDermott Eleanor Andler Drane Anronellrs Dept, Head Ann Caggrano fi p U W 'fbi f I N Karherme DIRUSSKQ 'V jamie Keele fi Jacque-lme ONe1l .e f ffli ff! I ' ":, Z ., . ,,M,f,,,. rf Parrrcra Cana gf L 4 A 1'- if feggf Florence Pesrlnger 'WH' . 1. Marne Kennel fs. KD 1317 Irene Palumlm 2-Kb Clazre Carroll liugenla Copeland ri 'Tix -allvvq-Q Nw-ofrf l"r.1rMe5 Gxnudrlmn Gladys lepsen L X, llrlvfl LUHYIC lilrzalwerlm lmde -Q ,ef an 92 x RIES ffm 4 Human Mane Dmca fi liarlura vlrvhnwn 484 I .. 0 K bij A I 1 I . fl'7Q?llsr?l"il"'9? if W : 1-'-f1v2v.'ign,a.,ys5- ' 1. X XL ' R ,gu n -1 z5L, ,w1L'- A , . . rf 'ml X, ,N W :JMS :Xnm Nl.arU1.u:.: S 'H lwlxrlme Raxrnunrl llrrrm-1 lin.-m,, Xml lx-me FJ culrx SECRET RIES r' if 4'A., Q :Wx Ami? A tn , in ' K in? Q, gm f 'Q' ff. V ffl Q., , K. SOCIAL STUDIES .Ql- vzfgi' yjaj 2, , ' , , 'Q X .- , ., 1 wx' . . -, X- - ,H ' 1. , ,:, , .V Inhn Amomw W E 1 .M 12 l N k Edward Russxter, dept head Henry Holter Ronald Boufhcr l 4 fl: 5 , v 40" we Yluscph funnully Donald fmwlcy Nancy Dellmuth We Y, " 1 QM' 5 as H., '90 I W E 'NS-if Ilene Shea Lillian Wasson Mnldrcd Gmsscr Dxane Handspncker 365 if 4 '--. v .f if wg , V . ' 4 -kfflaeawff .1- fjif .wr , 452, ,f E: ff v-vm.-5 Ki: 1 ,S SQ Nr w ...sr Q 1 l 2 I-lll'l llffflu-H1 Dwmld Kucllcr juhn l.lVll'1.L:SIHf1 Allan MacDougall Davld Moore Z2 121 Culty Em june Namias Rosanne Perlmuttcr Dame! Rahlnuwltz Rrchard Reid Johanna Russ Ernest Wnght Mozellt: Berkowitz Mvrtle Hams Vmcent Ryan Robert Chalmers john Mara Hattie Thurman Gertrude Crnnnully SPECIAL EDUCATIO -W ly- ,u 17' '55 A1155 O'H3ll.,f3n Marx' U'fv1.1Hex Nzmxx R-wt: 'nt L 'Lg-:fi 4 x rt. ,Q CKHHIIYU Ifmlc ULHYU VWMWWVV-W Fa Cults' 23 r FEI, TECHNICAL VOCATIO AL Patrrck Nrcholas David Barboza Edward Bassetr Dept. Head -T 1? fr , ai, "' .ff 'kgjgvf Xu! 1 yt Al Bnurun Charles Day -Ioseph Denarn Alfred D1PnIr Robert Faulkner 1 nr 'lf 'Clif 1 '35, ,PH -- 4 X 3 A ff Gerald Hegarty Charles MacLeod Edward Mulhern Phrlrp Rousseau Stanley Gardner 'Qtr :XJ ?,1,1 6 F Rs l flrnmn Rumrrll joseph Ryan Edward Sahagran Charles Stevens Charles Texelra 24 -1 ll lred Therrren Barbara Walsh Stanley Wtrlaszak J - ug 0 - I' ,l X 0 x NXJX i 1 L? ,gnu-.,, -P .-"5 2 Na+ if l ff l ' r f ' -4 Lll A i lr fl! ' 'n 1 fl .1 L C Missing: Sylvia Abeluw Peter Atlus Mxchael Bower jane Chcnng Ava Davidson Ann liv.1ns-Long Diane Perry Frederrtk l'relc.1w Durutlrk llallett Clmstrne Nultrn Shawn Plante Anne Rayman Marjurre Ruggierrm Diana Segre ,joan Scllnall Anlta Small Gretchen Sterling Meta Steucr Iflwrence Taplin Ann 'lopolosky Ken Whitlock Beverly Zweiman 5 ink- H1 cults' Ji DERCLASSME Q 'Winn 9 rf I , gt --3' iQ ii ii X' li ll li 1' l' 1 1 is.. 11' LI in -+-...Q 'Si ,gf i"7' G- ,Zhi iff w if -- N X ' '4 J X X r' K 6 - K 'K 4: ff -ff , I., 1 .1 ' v , s , xii ' z ifwy TZ 'x x r , ,. I rl ,. Q ,.: V f if qx as + V' fi 3 Tx- ,I Qi.,?:QQ25,', Q, , Qff X wt? --f 4 ' 4 -4 -" -1- l I In X. " 'N -' f 53' I ':'i"':-.7-X ,in . ,- f F' f 'THE I fu Hazen + fs ' -4-----+-, . 'T' .- x ' T A gi fllwlwa-,ww 'T ff"" Underclgssnzcn J BARRY HDUSE 4?- ' Mr, Moore. Stephanie Ackermann, Paul Amatangel, Kimberly Baker, Carey Baurle, Kevin Binnall, Karen Boyalianjennifer Brack, liric Braun, Nora Brennan, Ellen Carvellr, Kok Chao, Christopher Cushing, Sharra Davidson, Alex Dephoure, Leslie Dimella, Robert Foster, Tina Gallello,jason Gish, Gwen Glazier, Cory Gnazzo, Thomas Gordon,-Jordan Grothe, Michelle Keddy, Thomas Lopez, Roberto Nicolazzo, Robert Norton, Deidre O'Reilly, Kenneth Spooner, Randall Stroman, Stephen ie, Q Weiner. Wa at A , , ' if S 9 l Mr. Phillipson. Debra Arduino, Wendy Carpenter, Paula Caruso, Debbie Fleishman, Marlene Keddy, Kathy Lawrence, janice Mahoney, Mary Pasakaris, Ali Sarkaratiulames Sauro, Eric Schlossberg, Matthew Schrot, Marilyn Schultz, Daphne Scullin, Lynda Sementelli, Linda Sheehy, Richard Sigel, Lisa Simone, Tarsha'Smith, Sophia Spann, David St. Germainulohn Tafe, Sandro Tamburrmi, joseph Tiberio, Christopher Travers, Joslyn Veduccio, David Vitone, Ann Wexelblatt, David Wilkins. Q ,.,A1 , v - X Q f ' ' ,"".1 r Y'-9 ' -j. .Q , L i tl ' avoir!! " ,ff Ms. Truant. john Apholt, Gretchen Cahaly, Diane Caruso, Nancy Green, Kristin Haley, Kenneth Kazarosian, William , Korman, lan LaMont, Daniel Langan, Simone Larts, Benjamin Liebman, Christina Lyons, Matthew MacNevin,,Iennifer 23 Barry Preshfnan Margulis, Dianna McCarthy, Diana Mead, jennifer Michel, Elizabeth Moore, Cynthia Morissette, David Nichols, Lori Pemherton, Stephen Quinn, Sarah Repetto, Suzanne Roberts, jeffrey Russell, Kevin Shurtleff, Rachel Wilson. i J L. FRESHME x .K sf? If .vxs ,Q 'V' if A P2 X 'qi Mt. Travers. Stephanre Arrmnofljeannrne Aucorn, Sandra Baldrvloshua Berkowrtzjanet Bnshop, Kyra Borre, Davrd Brechepjohn Calssie, Steven Chernolrllrlason Cox, Krlsttn Dalton, Roland Dav1s,joseph DeRube1s, Carel lwatherstrwn, Knmberly Fraser, Sandra Grmenezjason Girouard, Anna Gonzales, Phrllnp Gonzalez, Barry Goren, Stephen llorton, Sara Mart1n,R1Chard McM1llen, Douglas Prona, Leslie Stone, Davnda Taylor. U - L, """""'e 0 tg :V 'IV x I - . Q ' .47 . -ff if . ff I . If A slit, 9, , r I JY' 'SPA , Q k . I 1 : .. s-,ggi ' A I . '17 V ' ' v .. - I-nuufsmu lk. C ' 4 Mr, Barrant. Davxd Antonellis, Mark Cardarelll, Charles Cardlllo, Tammy Davrs, Anne Guterman, Lisa Haley, Klrl-t Kaloustnan, Laurre Katz, Adam Klmball, Ian Kung, Dawn Lanza, Chnstopher Lawless, Maya Lum, Nncholas Mar1ano,Mark Markunas, Mrthael McSweeney, Ann Meng, Karen Mooradran, jessica Mosher, Suzanne Nayduch, Andrea Pellegrxnm, Chnstian Plke, Teresa Raw, jenmfer Roberts, Yun Rushnn. 41 'Ig fr ,-3:2 " A A ,qi i g. ' pd 1 I-f :iff 'fl fr :-64 If - 3 '3?"! .,gLr Z - Q 13, , ---'uun.,x....... - -15.4, Ba njr Freshmen 39 BEALS HGUSE l a l 2 l l i i l l l r Va ..,a1 ,wif ' ' 'lsr' fs-i .i ' if MM Q w, Zglihrfa' L,,, ,, x I' Q K. Photos Nor Available: Ms, Cradle. David Bacon, Kelly Chambliss, Gayle Cohen, Marisa Colella, Rachel Dooling, Tim Evans, Michael Huculak, Michael Martell, Elizabeth O'Brien,jennil'er Roberts, Oscar Rodriquez, Andrea Salwen, Ruth Schmidt, Tanya Setrakian, Daniel Shea, David Shea, Brett Sibley, Hassan-Ali Soltani, Christine Sweeney, Claudine Waldman, Mel Walker, Russell Ward, Todd Wedekind, Melissa Wilbourn, Amy Woodman, Wei-Ming Yeh, Adina Zarchan, Tracy Zasrrea. Mr. Mazzola, Kevin Ackerley, David Annicelli, Andrew Balano,janet Byrnes, Gerard Casey, Nancy Connolly, Neil Hatem,jean Hebard, Charles Kaperonis, Rehana Khan, Craig LaMont, Rebecca Larner, Donald Lavorgna, Diane Leung, Shara Levine, Susan Longmoore, julie MacDougall, Hyacinth MacLean, Lawrence Merrill, Patrizia Mineo, Natasha Monolagas, Caitlin Murphy, Nicholas Nugent, Kevin Paul, Beth Ratta, Laura Seirz, Rene Theriault, Rebecca Wood. Q lMr. Kamar. Llsa Allam, Karen Averbuck, Flrzabeth Barry, Deanrne Bell, frarg Blat, Chmtopher Bf.iCliC!l,-ltlfhlflhifl Brooks, 9 'Mark Cddman. L60 Candlldus. Peter Caralrs,TzuwCh1ng Changulohn Chen. IDan1elCrvetta, I.rs.r Cohen, Ienmler fonnollx, Ima l jDarv1Che, Mark Flynn,-Jonathan Forrest, Robrn Greene, Carol Grrllrn, Mary Ulirren, Patrrck Regan, Daovrn VlDl1LfN'lCI1LflQl1dlll, 4 lChhon Lang Yon, Chhun Mauv Yon. A t ...ni laik Hansen, joe DrBona, kenneth Harttord, flaudra llautlemthrld, -Iennrler llolst, Rohert lxeane, Rehetta lxorn. Marlt Courtney I.oCk, Karen MacKay, Shawn Nlarllet, Matthew Mcluaughlrn, wllllldlli Menettl, planet lNllllM1I1CX',.IClVlfL'X' john Norton, Marla Ortega, Jtflflllrtff Polrns, Robert w'llllIdmS, .gf K5 'wtf Q- ,,,..Ai Mr Flanagan Dyan Adamo, Pamela Annese, Kenneth Barr1e,jeff'ery Baumxjohn Borellu, Gregorv Burke, At14gel.rf.1rL1xo, Hart Chrasson, Brnan Clallrn, Scott Colella, Sharon Dalrcandro, Thomas DCmCfJ,'JdfUlC Dreyer,-lennrler l'1ne,,lennrter lrrigg, ltllgar Grenon, Amanda Hagan, jana Johnston, Megan Rettew, Halal Sahrn, Marc Sturtevant gi, dl--. ,Z tw ,, ,., '1 'fr VH- . ,if ni , - :tw'rt '? 1 4.11 ,lf-,, i " my s L' , Beals Freshnlen 51 ADAMS HDUSE .32 A dams Freshmen Y, gif -9 ,-4 ,M-.a...x Mr. Therrienjames Abruzzi, Mark Adams, David Altshuler, Katherine Anderson, Michael Ashltouri, Michelle Boorstein, Kimberly Bussey, Bryan Clancy, Michele Comisky, Patrick Conneely, Richard Crowley, Kevin Devereaux, Monica Digiam- battista, Edward Diver, Michael Donnellan, Christopher Doyle, Susan Dusseault, Adrianne Fayner, Evangelos Galanis, Katherine Graef, Michael jaillet, Ian justice, Andrew Lehr, Charles MacDonald,john Medaglia, Kathleen Mullen, Bryan Roche, Matthew Selig, Gregory Taylor, Ellen Weintraub. , 1.9! ai - 6 l Mr. Walkerjustin Beech, Grieg Cashman, Kim Chamblis, Gale Hadro, Ari Handel, Laura Heiss, Tracy Howard, Sarah lmrie, Wendy Katz, Kristine LaGace, Nancy LeBlanc, jeffrey Levine, james Lyons, David Mann, Carol Marrazzo, Michael Moschella, Edmund Moy, jeffrey Nash, Craig Palli, Elizabeth Panaggio, Kenneth Quinlan, Simon Rakov, Morgan Ritz. kv " '1 .435 Ms Kenney-llall. Elizabeth Garrett, Dawn Glancy, Sarah Lane, Elizabeth Rosenfeld, lleidi Ross,julie Ross, Thomas Ryan, Paul Sabin, Aaron Sachs, Sharon Salterkloseph Scandale, Cynthia Shaughnessy, Edward Shems, Abby Siegel, Andrew Soucie, Ann Spellman, Shawna Sullivan, jennifer Sutton, jeffrey Swett, julia Vanderlaan, Cindy Vardinski, Brian Vona, Wendy Wallach, Scott Watson, Eric Wilson, Susan Worters, Maribe Zolli. 1 x Leonard, Lnse Abramsujoshua Albert, Marrrna Arndpjuhn Berrenuwurr, 'lem-Ann Iimwn, Crrhlene Burrrrr, Andrew Chen, therme Collier,P1a Cradle, Rhona Cruxen, Anna Cruz. Orlandu D1M.1mlwrrr, Sem llullerrx,'l'l1rvm.1xDuwnex,Adrlcrme kmlwry, on Frederick, justme Gerbrandt, Tammy Guedken, Loma Greenlwcrg, l,errmlr.r Crugwrrm, l.m -lenklm, l'rm lYIim-nl I,1x.l lma, Kellr Rrley, Aba Schleda, Thex Thea HYH Q Q.. 'L .J gf' 'WT' WW .!ll X Q0 r. Leofanujanet Benoit,-jane Dawwn,vInsepl1 Dulwrulwlw, Beth Pdwuds, l.m lellwwx, GL-urge llllggle, l.ec lldrrlwrl, Mellsm '1nman, Elsbcth Heller, Stephen llaxmmrld, D.mrel Kalafua, l.rmr.4lue Kapp, Rulvcrt Keller, f.1l.lr Klum, l,c.mm- l,rat.mrwvrcl1, :bert Lawrence,-Jocelyn l.e.xrx, Mmueld 1.4-unc, ltdsel Lm, Nancx lNlcdrrl'l',Kc1tl1 Mngell, lk,.lI'l'CIl lvluxs Lynne Murphy, Melina ttersun, Davnd Prma, Edward Qumn, Gregfm Whutc Q, YI? 5- - .N 'U 2 ' 'G fl fir X V! k I A dams Frcshrncn -4,3 dr "W PALMER -f 1 W :J , 5' ' , - HOUSE .S S ' Mr, Burns jennrfer DCVCJfC,,I1DSCPh Diwxddre, Davld Grlmure, Tran Help, Sarah Ivry, jennifer jwnes, Angus MacLean Shannon O'Hern, Mane Palmer, Glen Riley, Laurre Rosen, Rachel Sahhag, Drane Sadler, PrmannuSamull1, Daniel Schmidt -lunathan Slllc, Heather Sm1th,juhn Spaldrng, Rebecca Steinberg, ,Iennrfer Stern, Maryam Tavassulr, Edward Ullman, Rebecca Voxgt, Charles Wang, Darren WClI1Uf,JlIShUd Wekstein, Paul Whyte, Karen Wmlng, Lay Wong. lr U Q 3 Mr, Dc-Peter, Max Candldus, Regrnald Crowder, jessxca Gerstenlauer, Mayer Goldhagen, Ellen Grady, Russell Heamer, Hamllron -Innes, Karen Kaufman, Tnmuthy Krng, lally lravme, Sarah I,a7are, Trmothy Loew, Renee Macauley, joseph all f MacCrvrmack,-luanne Martrn, Wendy McMullen, Sarah McNary,Kr1sten Melanson, lfelrcxa Moschella, Pasquale Panza,Julla ,VW , A ,I , Perlman, Evelyn Perry, Adrla Prusserularnes Ruhertsun, Vlulre Thurstun gwffi , ' Alfa? ffiffifflrr f -aw vw ,Q rf .f 95:14 15, , ,a W X1 fam ,, Q .77 ,,, , , ,aw aa W7 , ,,... ag pw 1- ,34 Palmer Freshmen ...-n -I' Mr Denaro. Kristen Afienlm, EllrntAnapolle, Anthony'Antonell15, Lrllran Attardu, An1t.1Avakn.1n, Pamela lirbhu, Russ Brrghtman, Nadra Carnes, Ronald Carsun, Key-rn Cnttenswluhn D'Atygrystrna,,luanr1e Deerna, Andrea lbepanla, Drane Drbuna, Marla D1Mambro, Mrehelle DrMambm,-Indy' Fantasra, Anthony Frlrppwne, 'lhurnas Peryel, lilwartl Raphel, Rossella Romagnoli, Sharon Seeley, Davrd Tassrnarr, Selby' Turner, Harry' Wareham, Derrck Wtmlrndge 1:52, .CWA fi -. 5 3 -,X "' L fi l N1 L Ms. Thompson. Rosemarra Altrerr, Bernardo Arprnu, I,e1sha Austrn, Stephen Barnes, Errc Buemer, Kevrn lirashears, Deyrtn Amy Drew Hlen Drew fheryl Prxnerpe Wendy Rueers llrlabeth Rnrmm ellrey Shea , -I is -'1 . l Krlsten Bresnan, Charles Brrskrn, Rosanna Canra, Marla Carusrx,Benyarn1n Organ, Wrllram Cruwlev, Shara Delaney',-lnhn ' . I' , Q ', . ' ' , ' ' ' ' 1 , 1 ,j " Q A ay ' ' 1 . Q I 1 9' r, 1 - ,, g ' 1 ' - L A , . W 3 1 In ' . N l . HP' h x Mr. Ellrott. john Bewrck, Peter Ford, Chrrstrna Gurndwrn, Tudd Hammond, 'lxrllany' lleanue, Mrehael llnrseh, Amy jessu Carol Krnas Rebecca Kndrs Harry leafy' Kerry leehan Mrthele luehrattu Qamuel luulyner laurene Martell Heather McClure, jean Melrdew, Alan Mnurhouse, Rachel Muvrtz, Stacy' Murray, Srrnnne Patrek, Shawn Plum-r, Elisabeth Rrchard, Maureen Spellman, Kenneth Thumpsnn. Palmer Freshmen 3 S RILEY HOUSE ' 3 .M 5 ' if Z, r 5 A C , If L ' 2 M1413 .36 Riley Freshman , 1 ""--..:.-- , V' i , 5 ,,,i,,,,, 1 4 """ N. 2 Mrs. Pearl, Alexander Bove, Katrina Brown, Briana Cahill, Karen Charest, Shannon Ciccone, Helene Davis, Kathryn Farrell, Daniel Finegold, Stephen Fontano, Deborah Frieden, Susanne Goddard, Allan Heifetz, Russell Houston, Karla Kelly, i Stephanie Koontz, Nicole LeClaire, Gretchen Long, Florencia Lozano, jennifer Luttrell, Alejandro Manevich, Christine Muise, Pamela Mulhern, Trang Ngo, julie Ott, Ezra Pattek, Chhun Seang Yon. i I u I .s!ery lt- 4, Mr. Adams, john Curry, Mark Kielty, Christopher Malenfant, Francis McNeil, james Rizza, Neil Ronchinsky, john Rutledge, john Santosuosso, Sarah Schiller, jennifer Sclar, jill Shapiro, Susan Shein, Lara Solomon, Nancy Sullivan, Laura Theobald, Gregory Trimble, Stacee Tyer, Philip Vasiliadis, Stephanie Weinstein, Lianna Williamson, Richard Woloski, Syvia Wynd, Michael Yin, Ms, Sullivan, Mr, Croce. Margery Armsby, Domenico Bianchi, Stephen Bourland, Kathryn Branch, Timothy Bresnahan, 1 jonathan Brody, Darryl Brown, Katerina Chakalis, Noy Chao, Ann Cohen, Guy Compagnone, Leanne Coyle, john Cummings, Kendra Daly, Abraham Dewing, jeremy Ditelberg, Matthew Ehrlich, Leslie Falchuk, Carla Goldberg, Peter Kalamvokis, Stacey MacLean, james Pruy, Robert Quinn, Valeria Scott, Sharon Silva. Photo Not Availa ble: MS MCChesnc-V jennrlrer Almtta, Mlchael Andelman, ENC Bernstern, Marv Bcvrnemann. Marrbeth lirmrgems, Thea Brandt-un, Derek Brown, Antunur CalCagn1, Seav Chang, Wllllldm Chase, lillzabeth Chunran, I,1saC.uhen, Naralrefursr, Hrran Cronin. Fabxa DeSant1s, Allrsun Draper, Richard Grmener, Alcgandm Glusrnan, Kathy MCGlmuhx, Zexnep Purcam, Sherla Randulph. Brran Russell, Rrchard Sweeney, Grna Tulenrrno, Deborah Wrllrams fx X 1 Mr.Capnd1Iupu4 Mr Srcrlranu Robert Burk1nshaw,MrChael Hutera,Rubcrt D'Att1lno,'lfwnathan Fvansnlan lfeatherstnnulfmlrn Frske, Anthum' Flackett, Helena Frame, Thaddeus Frust, Mrchael Gaceffa, Mrchelle GfCClt'N'..ICHDllkL'f llulm, Shanleyilue, Barr Kaufman, Rebecca Klapper, Tram Krelwrran, 'llerrx Lannngan, Alvrn Lee, Durrvthv l.m, Mrchael Nlalrnufr, Shrmdm Merrrll. Andrew Mrrkrn, Rnseanne Muhlhan, Margaret Murphy Chrrstrwpher Nwurse, Rlchard Partridge, Bruce Pat? MM ,I I U Q S 3 O 91 "Vi- R1 95 lu-.7 Riley Freshman 3 Hr? BARRY HOU . , 38 Ba Ffy Sophomores - . - X x- NV- ' "4 ' ' lv SE ,Qi 'PN-4. , Mr. Meyer, Tara Feeney, Carolyn Natale, Maureen O'Neil Raymond Panaggro, Drane Pruett, Thomas Quinn, Suzanne Reyes, .IaCques Rousseau, Maurlzlo Santangelo, Mary Sfaltreto, Katherrne Segre, jonathan Seltzenjoy Shannon, Gregg Snrder, Mxchael Summers, Hang Tellaluan, james Trudo, jenny Trueblood, Nancy Vendxce, jonathan White. 1.4! fl' Ms, Heal-itzjoseph Fresolo, Kenneth Goalston, Mark MaCDonald,john MacKen7re, Robert Ober, Linda Oram, Dennis Platt, Alexandra Reilly, Mark Rldge, Ruta Russo, Mark Santonastaso, Renata Schreda, Carolnne Schutz, Bradford Sfobre, Christine Sharp, Benjamrn Solomon, Errn Underhill,-Iennnfer Vendrce, Cheryl Wallafe, Tanya Webb, Andrew Zimmerman, Marjone Zohn R 3 l , 1 " l F ' r SOPHOMORES W X ,..,.--- L 7 ki . L W Mot yy , ,w,i.,, 0 o ITV! Ms. Hillyer, Mr, MacDougall. Stefan Becker, Davrd Ford, Tara Hrghtower, Randall-johnson, Douglas Kaplan, Allan Kaufman, Stacy Keirstead, Brndgette Kmcard, Carolyn Kung, jesse Klertman, Anthony Lanza, Francls I.eBlanc,.Iohn Lechraro, Rachel Levrne, Maureen Lrnnehan, Dana Locke, Andrew LOCkVJlN7d,JSl'll'1llAC'f Lowney, julreta Lwano, Tom Lupu-Sax, Katherrne Maclean, Mnchael Mahan, Mellnda Marchand, Laura Marglln, llze Melngarlrs, Evan Mrchelsun, Krrstrn Mlllerulohn Morgan, Sarah Morse, Carmelrna Nrcolazzo, Errn O'Leary, Maria Pern, jason Plastrrdge, Thomas Ross, Tlm Trorano. Mrs. McCullough, Lrsa Ahmed, Rrta Antonellrs, Adam Aronson, Doane Atwood, Melrssa Bahb, Carolyn Barndr, Megan Blumenre1ch,K1rk Buckman, Wrlllam Beuche, Steven Clachman, Rosemary Carvellrjulra Chasrn, Nathan Clapp,Parnc1a Cleary, Lrsa Demxchele, Patncra Domemconrjames lilgart, Mellssa Ellison,jeffrey Erlnch, Robert Flemrng, Rachael Fortrer, Karen Frerberger, Lrnus Goedken, Lrsa Goldblatt, Krmberly Goodw1n,jefl'rey Guzzr, Elrsaheth Herman, Krmherly judkrns Mrs. Cohen. Tahlra Adler, Matthew Albrecht, Alyssa Altman, Kathleen Astone, Nancy Barorrshnanjfrshua Bemporad, Stephen Blrss, Heath Brrghtman, Kathleen Buckley, Patnck Burkejames Campbell, Wayne Churclull, Keynn Crccone, Laura fullrsun. Roberto DeSant1s, Martnn Durkrn, Deborah Frneman, Susan Flosdorfujennrfer Forte, Sherla lfrernault, Davrd Gardrner, I-rnesro Gonzalez, Tracy Gnnley, Elrzabeth Harem, Sophaveth Khen,jess1ca Wheelock XX K xxx'-K ,Z all ,mm I I -f .Lam QS. jams' ,. lg?-5 t 'tv ' 0 . .-1 I Barry Sophomorcs 39 BEALS HGUSE T.-' QA .x 'K 40 Beals Sophorrzores Mr. Caranfa, Seott Anderson, Mark Annese, Thomas Binnall, Antonette Bonadio, james Brightmamjames Burkcgjulie Caruso, Ornella Cedrone, Melissa Cohen, lileni Coul-os, Lee-Anne Devereaux, Catherine DeVito, Amy Flessas, Annunziata r Giordano, Diana Goldstein, Sean Gullette, Thaddeus Kruse, Lisa McDonald,jul1e Notartomaso,john Watkins. my in -- 551 G T" T"3'-l-'35 F 4 y, is - , I' V' ff? , . I . K 1. I Mr Belmarsh Mark Adams, Gary Anderson, Robert Arone, William Bailey, Brenda Belsanti, Steven Blair, Rebecca Boswell, l lzdward Casey, Brian Connell, l,ou1s D'Att1lio,'lohnath..m Derry, Harold Flagg, Matthew Gardner, Matthew Gleason, Rachelle Grahowski, Scott l.i1otte, Iain Mitchell, Mary Mooradian, Tiffany Moore, Edward O'Brien, Bryan Schwartz, Gil Shneorson, Kenneth Ziefln. 2 Ms Dt-llrnurli 'lon lindsey, Rollin Cox, l:rnily Dolhear, David Gregg, Aaron lleeschulolin Holland, Matthew Keegan, Eric lam olgi, Ihvitl lrefonti, Barry l.ogan, Leonard Lvovich, Vivian Manoogian,-john Mengkjocelyn Mini, Peter Ulrich, Michael Perruni, lirmn Regan, Dianna Ricci, james Riley, Linda Ruhin, Rita Salvucci, Christopher Shurtleff. S ,eo t Qi ...aZ' Ms. Zolli. Neil Alpert, Marco Bastianelli, Darcia Clements, Brian Coulter, David Cox, Nancy Forster, Allison Harris, Mark Hassett, Karen Hoberg, Mary Hurney, Lisa Kazarosian, Henry LaPierre, Rhonda Lebovidge, Paul Lee, Dorothy Luce, Cheryl Mack, Darlene McGuire, Kimberly Melanson, Susannah Merritt, Sheila Muise, Michael O'Donnell, Andrea Passavant, Sarah Philipps, Roger Reeves, Michela Russoujohn Vincenzino. 3' Dr. Barndt, lan Lewis, Keith Madden, Christina Mooar, Elizabeth Scott, David Seghorn, Paul Shea, Theresa Shea, joshua Sherwood, Mark Simmons, Caralyn Smith, Precious Smith, jeffrey Sperber, Neil Stolzenbach, Gregory Tormey, Anna Tramontozzi, Michael Tullberg, Gail Watts, Robert Wellenstein, Robert White, Anthony Whiting, Donna Wigmore, Nancy Young, Dominic Zangari, Lee Zastrea. f K ,Xo- Wifi x As . -.ix,'.,i,, W I wi -L e,.7giQE'QSQrf , l ,Fatah ' A ffk 1 9 ff xx , , , 4 Regex ,L Beals Sophomores -11 W' xy V p-svn ADAMS HOUSE Ms Rach Leann Anderson, Ezra Chan, juan Cheung, Andrea Most, Crarg Palmer, Danrel Pasquarosa, Rebecca Plante, jennifer Quigley, Saverru Rana, Mrchael Rrlle, Paula Ruhrnsnn, Adrlenne Rosenberg, fhrrstupher RLlfdI1,.lCl1l'1llVCl' Samuels, Anrlnmny Sclpumne, Shelll Segal, Dawn Shelton, Marcela Srlva, Alrsa Srnlgletarx, Gustave SlVdlx, l'l17aheth Spelrores, l.ynn Sullrvan, Kerrh SWCflIIlg, Crystal laylur, Brian lemtc, Bertram Travers, Daniel Vettramu 4 VUL! S' 3, 5 S Q 12 Adams Snphmnores .- I 1 as r e ., ,. Q3- Jaj I . are A gc ' A ' ,Q 3' s . Y , ,- 1 1 , -p A . Ext' ,N v I 'M an v I V . a ' w ' J Q . 5 A Mrs Davrdsun .lanct HUl'liC,,lklIT1HIllX' llarulrrnan, Chrrstupher llnggrns, lirran llnwe, lirran lluwlanrl, Alana llugg1ns,'l'ruy -lt7f1L'S,SlIU4lH Kupae1,Kell1 l,eHlanL, lluwarrl l,ee,Vlel'l'rcy Levy, l,1sa lam, Amx larpelfeperu, Alessanelrcr Marrnr,-Iennrler Melnltskx, XX'eslex Metrn,NlelamelN1rmre,l3unna lN1orr1ssey,Ruh1n Muxer, Max Newell, M.lfIllL'W'fllINCf,M.iUYL'CllfJUIl1lJIl Mellssa Qurntlllanr, Amy W'aldvogel,-judrrlm XX'helan, Vue Yang ii a , Ms Gradune Tal: Bar-llan, joseph liurus, lielrnda Brady, vlulre lirmlerrek, Maryherh Burnham, 'lrrnah Chasm, frrstrn frvlherr, lfrle fusenrlrmu, Crna Davrs, Mrchael llefieurge, Martrn Duelruff,-Iarnes l4gan,,Iarnes lerner. Munlque lraktman, Susannah Galrlstwn, Marla Genrrlnhluanna Grelelnn, l.auren Gulelhcrg. C harles Cray, l'LlgCf'lI.i Menelrlahal, Geurge Narlrlall, Steven Nlelxersrnn, Dehurah Oxman, Derrdre XX'aslnngrun, laura Yellen ei ,Qi If s v' '-N x, FW" N ,FK L14-'AQ X 1317! rf- "'P TWV N15 Rm-SmClx Shawn Bulur,-Ind: llrwmu, fa-man fdrusu, l1ml.n flung. Rfmm fuppuld Nunn lNIl1I, ivuulw fluulwtrx, Arxtlurmk llargmw, lfrnlx Heller, lllcrm llxntcrcmgcr, Sdmlx ldulwn, lN'l.1rrluuA K.1pl.m, Slmxxru lf.1fIN Almmx lump livrln lwxunlqgcr, 'lum lwu, Duane l,UCl'11atlu,'luScpl1xr1c l,Hu1c, lNl4ttlxL-w Nldllux, lirmru Null. lNlnLlu.4gl Ullirlcml llxmlwnftln Sulmlx, 'lmnx XX'L'lxl1 r MS Barruws Duuglas Allcn, Mlfhtllt' Bcllcxuc, Alexa Iirmrsrcxn, Pctur linurldml,vlcllrcx C.l1f.l, M.4r1.4 I Mm, Vxlrfwrhl flaw K lurxl Cmfpcrstcln, Kathleen Daly Gcnlrlrrcx Duns, Dxrrutrn Ibhmlwrxkm, Nlurm Dulwrwfl, lwlwarll l.ntln, Nun: lar-guwrl, Nm -lllmm lfcrgusuryllamcs Gxddwn,P.atr1cx4 Gmlmurc, flflrlsmplwr Cmmlrwmnl Kmrcn Ilulglws, lirmu lhlwll. Ilnlll-lmrp Kurt Kmrm,-r lilrm L. l,cBrun. Jason Zall-c "Gnu - 'F-M A dams Sophomores 43 FT-sri fa . is' PAL ER HOUSE I Mr l,1ncoln 'Iohn l'lynn, MlI1llllUX'Hl1,MUSIJl.d Krrd.1r,Ort.xv1u M.m.lnu,ll1s.1 Plrrs, Alldrn Rcnncr, Kdrlmlcun Rum, l.vnnu Russell, Mrflucl RYLIIT,-,1l.ilN1CSJFJYIS, Wkrwdy Smltrctu, 1,11 SCl1IlllJf,VI.H1L'I Sturt. l,.u1r1uScr.1, Pcnclupc Sul4nnuns,f.1rulx'n Stlmdrl,CArl1sr1ncSranturd,Alm1rm.1Smrllng, lrannc SfL'W'..H'I,K.iIllt'YIflL'rlktffllb,lJ.H1lCl l'Sl1L'f,.l.iSHI'1 Vuluicru,l.L'.1WJlkcr, Kun Wlcdclxlml, Danrcl Wfllklrms. Ndrdslmd ZIll7L'l'IT1dI1 'ISV'-Q vm- n fi W r an 5- r.-.-.......,. W.. ., -..,. ...u...,...,..... X .... ' -1 N "1 ,lin f" l 3 F W5 Nr Ill? 1 ' Dr 'Innes Dclwumlr liurlunsluwg Dura-cn Kcllx,.l.uncs Krculcr, flmrlcs l,c1rm', liner.: lmrnpurnx, Plllllll M.1rLlmwn1, 'ILM lN1.lrqucs, Krxxzrnc Maxccx, xxllllldfll Mclicnlxc, Rulwcrt Mclicll, llL.4tl'ucr lNlcxurx K.nr.4 lxlflflll, Ann U'll.4llwr.ln, Kr-xxn Uluu-ru, lhnnx llarruclx.-lulnc Plmr. Patrrflc Prmn, Stcplrcn lylllllldll,-Itlllfl Rcdrnwn, Pcrcr RIL'Ll.ll'LlI, lun Rllltlhiffx Kenneth Snuzrrlll XX'1llu.mn lxlmrk r fl ,NN --F1 :J-8 3 ' 2 fi . ' O .2 1. . T? Y 4' ixall Mr llllfll xl-x lfnn.4 lS.ll'bl1Il1ll.H1,fl1I'lSfIfl1C Barry, Sumn C.lll..llLiH,A,L'l'lI1IlL'f Carpenter, l..1ur.1 f lldllllllul, Guy flurrcrrtu, Sheryl CVllllL'l'l, Ihvn' ffrrrxr-Inn frflrrr K nnnmxlflmn, Smpsy llcrrmm, l.1sll lJL'll1UIH.iSIS,Mlkl1L'llC l3uylc,.lcss1c.1 Cfwlrlsn-1n,AI1srmGrnurrrw,l'lu1.alwurl'u llnll, K.arun llrr-,wig Nlrcryl, K.IlllIIlrlll, Anrlruw Lyons, Mark Mcncllv,-lulm Rcsnrck, Allwn Rcynulds, Kun Rmcn, Dean Russel Lili Palmer SUlI?.vl?d'71?1ll!'6'S .,,3W",' i, i 'Zi ' f , 1. f J' Q 2 r Ja , -eva' fffls 5 '59 Mg far yfszii. 451 'if'ni'Miii?f" iff Wi-N , 4 4 eps:-W 5 . ' ' is a if-J K is 41 1 Mr. Benjamin. Judith Antonellis, Judy Bard, Nancy Barry, Gayle Blackwood, Phoebe Brokaw, Peter Burke, Nfark Camerato, Ivy Chen, Charles Clapton, Brian Connolly, Martha D'Alleva, Marc Deluty, Nancy DeSantis, lillen Dickey, jamie Dyson, Teresa Forbes, Robert Frissora, Michael Grady, Sharon Hartlen, Venice Hawkins, Iohn lasser, Ieremy Moore, Nickolas Zagorianakos. 7 i D V if A ' 4 asbigg-n.. -I - I 1' f Mr. Dephoure. john Buckley, joseph Camerato. Massimo Carrieri, Constance Cummings, Samuel Davis, Christine Faraca, David Greenberg, Pauljohnson, Samuel Kinsey, David Kurlqian, Donna Lochiatto, William Mark, Thomas Metro. Roseanna Montillo, Loxey Morse, Betsy Nye, Terence O'Neil,-joseph Pauley, Lara Polito, Margaret Proia, David Redmond, Matthew Richardson, Deborah Ring. Sylvia Royrl, Alfroz Sollami. l l 4 l : i I a I ! 2 THE FRESHM SOPHOMORE DANCE The 1084 Newtonian staff first began dreaming of a dance in june, 1983. After long deliberation, it was decided that a freshman-sophomore dance was the best idea, to be held as a sort of introduction to the school. The idea was brought before Mrs. l,e- venson, who approved it. Matt l,ahey and "Rocco" MacDougall agreed to DJ.. a date was set, and police and custodians were hired, as the yearbook staff began to enthu - siastically make posters announcing the coming social event. Ticket sales were not promising at first. Ticket sales were not promising at second. Ticket sales were not promising at the door. Now, long after the dance, ticket sales are still not promising. Nevertheless, freshmen and sophomores and a few confused yu- niors and seniors came on October 7th. the cafeteria through 'Jailhouse Rock". Def Lepard's "Foolin"', and Quiet Riots "Cum on Feel the Noizu, which was played three times and declared the official song of the dance. Mr. and Mrs. Levenson came on and felt the noise, and even danced. Other teachers were seen dancing. not dancing. and stiff of dancing. Fast music was much more popu- lar than the slower romantic music. and louder was far more popular than softer. The outstanding feature of the dance was the number of people actually dancingg nearly everyone was on the floor for all of the numbers. After a few songs. exen the yearbook editors who attended were able to loosen up and start dancing. The dance, while not a financial success. was at least a social success. and that. to the yearbook staff. was the whole idea. Palmer Sophomores 4 7 Enough wandered in to crowd the floor of RILEY HOUSE Mr Harris Kimberly Abrams, Leo Caron, Douglas DuBois, William jaillet, Pamela Kliger, Shoshanna Kostant, Dianne Larkin, Kimberlee l,eonard, Michelle Lombardo, Rosaria Mariano, Caroline MCMurrrie, Susan Melideoulennifer Meus, Susan Murphy, Kim Nurtal, l,isa Ulivieri, Sharon Owen, lfdward Patriquin, Sidney Queler, Tracy Roberts, Michelle Rosen, Britt Ryan, Vera Schiller. 46 Riley Sophomores l Asn! Q Mr llegarty, Annemarie Alford, jane Aronson, joseph Bermann, Raquel Boswell, Helen Brice, Alice Calcagni, David Carpenter, Paula Cavallo, Stephen Colella, Doreen Conrad, I.aura Depasquale, Curtis Douglas, Timothy Fshelman, Daniel Falvey, Melissa Finlay, Michael Galewski, David Gatesnlocelyn Glazier, Elizabeth Hartog, Beverly Hough, Robin Silver, Robert Sullivan, Felix Taranto. Vi ixs M .vt ' -'fi1.lf,l 1 li F140- 4 gf Mr Wiper lilisaliahigian, Noelle Borelli, Delia Brennan, lsraela Brillulennifer Carola, Mark Chao, Suzanne Cohen, Miguel fonca,jennil'er Corbett, Colin Day, Richard Desimone, Ajames lillman,-Justine Fall, Heidi Gaasch, Daniel Gallant, David Kloolkasian, -jonathan Greenberg, Katherine Hartmann, jennifer He-arn,john johnson, Peter Schaefer, Robert Swenson, Robert Troy, Todd Vos. ln. 553, .sw-'iz' H ,fj LD' . 5175- -an 1 'II . -1, , ..f' '17 'ik- Ms. Bltflllfk, Mark Black, Davrd Lawrx',T1m Leachmanulrvan Leviton, Ann Malunexg Flxa Searx, Peter Seferran, Sturt Sewall, IH. Ann Sheehan. Everett Sherman Ill, Srlxra Staulw, Tracy Ste1nbaCh,Ca1tl1n Sullrvan, Maureen Sweeney Renee letlesuf, Rwherra Trberru, Elrzc-beth Tulberr, Alexander Tnrnhle, Arlene Varsamrs, Carol Ventura, Lucra Vrscu. Wendy Ward. lrrnrwtlu Weaver, Barbara Westuver, Errk Wang, Flame Wulfenden A sf 3? -snug Mr Schreider. Sheryl Deangells, Danrela Drrnambrrr, Stuart jacksonxlrmrdana Kapluw, Drana Karthas, Harrv Knxzml-t, Sturt Lancxlrrtr, Alan Larson, Rebecca lmcke, Marlon Mann, Bnan McCabe, Shannon lv1tGurk,Davld Mersl-tv, Alvanrl Mutt., David Nuble, Maeve OCwnnwr, Rrchard Patrracca, Marcre Plwtl-un, Krxstrn Qurnn,-lessrca Rwsernan, l,12a Rwsenthal, Rrvrneu Sanur, Paul Schraffa 'x C'--f qt Nl-srl Jr at I-tiki-A e Riley Sophunmrcs 4 4 . G li 1 l BARRY HUUSE iff . ix 48 Ba try juniors ng! Mr. Kimbell, Anne-Marie Acchione, Charles Albanese-,jody Berkowitz, Aldo Castanedajonarhan Clemmer, Robert Davis,john Downey, Ashley Fullerton, Nancy Gaines,jon Glazer, David Greenberg, Cheryl Hagar,juanitajones,joan Leacy, Anna Leone, Oscar Lidonnihlames Mahony, Nicholas Pulsone, Linda Schnall, Michael Schultz, Nessy Shems, Debra Visco, Robert White, A' gee ""W"",. J ,, ' 4 .- Ms. Gerstein. Elayne Arduino, Suzanne Aucoin, Stephen Bresnahan, Roberto Coppola, john DiStefano, Daniel Domeniconi, Maria DiPaola, Richard Forrest, Diana Gershon,james,Heywood, Debra Hohmann, Lynne Hurley, Anne Hynes,joshua Israel, Q Beth Klavens, Suzanne Kogan, Matthew LeBlanc, Aaron Leventman, Elizabeth Locke, Peter Mooradian, Tara Pellegrini, Parisa I Sanatian, Michele Simmons, Aldo Tramontozzi. i N A , , I , A I f :ag 5 3 A F in .Q i M r,.J Nlkssrm 3 in JU 1oRs 1 .W O Mr. Fernandes. Kelly Annis, Todd Bader, Ellen Blonder, Helena Correia, Lynn Cummings, Steven Davis, Paula Gerbands, Rouben Gregorian, Andrew Griffith, Wendy Hutchins, Kerry Keatingulohn Larkin, Michael Murphy, Timothy O'Brien, Deborah Roth,joseph Salvucci, Ricardo Serur,julia Subrin, Paul Summers, Robert Tedeschi, Lee Vazquez, - , W' ,-' vo Xl, . e WJ. Ne! wg 5 D .. Ms. Grosser, Ms. Serafin. jonathan Adelson, Patrick Annese, Heidi Bode, Stephanie Bower, Ann Caira, john Chakalis, Richard Claflin, Steven Delgrossojody Deluty, Gina DiBona, Susan Dore, Karl Genesjelifrey Gilman, Edward Glancy. Scott Hamblet, Robert Heinstein, Suzanne Lituri, Cameron Lock, Christopher Lowe, Cheryl Luce, Timothy Marchand, Antonio Mastroianni, Sharon McDowell, Elizabeth Melhado, Mitchell Nash, Rosa Nicolazzo, Marc Olsson,julia Onorato, Jennifer Read, Colin Ryan. Eric Salzman, Celia Savitz, Ellen Shapiro, Andrew Shaver, Sarah Shay, Elizabeth Shea, Francesco Sinpli, Andrea Veno, David Vento, Bruco Visco, Sarah Washburn, Andrew Weisman. rye sa if el Mr. D'Agastino. Cheryl Armstrong, Heidi Bourque, Michael Bresnahan, Claudia Caruso, Sara Castoldi, Kenneth Castriotra, Donato Cellucci Timoth ' Corbett Rachel Davis William Gardiner Daniel Horowitz, Christo her lones, Laura Kubzansltx v Y - i Y P . ' john Lyons, Heather McCarthy, Lynsey Morrissey, Christopher Perry, Lauren Poplacl-4,,james Proia, Stephen Quinn, Mark Roman, Lisa Rosen, Nicolina Russo, Renee Saris, joshua Seifert, jeremy Shapiro, Paul Soucier, Michael Wester, 'lam' Zalcman, .,,,q i i -I i Z Barry juniors 49 l as ' 4 -04 W .. V , I I 'Y 9 I -A BE LS HGUSE ,. . Y X' ,-1' ,f I Mr. Connolly. Bruce Allen, Marcla Berry, Mrchael Calra, Stephen Colantino, Ray Coy, Alexander DeNucCr, Crarg Eaton, Deborah Freedman,-joseph Ifrrtr, Wrllnam Graefl, IDEJITTCIFIIJS Kalamvokrs, Davnd Kaufman, Cheryl Lvttle, Robert Martln, Kevrn Murphy, Anthony Prom, Austmn Rrcharda. Mrfhael Solomon, Venezia .l . 1'- 'K A .4 , 'xx . I 'tra 5 . 3 X- . . an I' 5 YW? l A X 50 Beals -ll1lLlU'I'.S' ,M-"' 'sf j x Mr Amoroso Steven Anthony, .lull Carfavant. Glles Dawson, Ellen Delaney, 'juan Desmond, Donald Hughes, Megan Kelley, -Iulro LCYLJHH, Mmh lrx, Mnthael MacKay, Colm Machlevrn, Gregory Mcfxndrews, Mohmmad Mmar-Azary, Muruhcll Nathanxon. Sean U'Ne1ll, Chrrxtnne Ruchard, Bruce Robinson, Marne Schelhert, Steven Srmmons, Rohert Sprnks, litlwartl Vetluccro, Stacey Wrllrams mvusnt . . 31 af , Ma ,ag ' ! A Mr Bower Rohert Allan, Iennrlrer lialllour, lilllaheth Barron, john Boudreau, Marlorle Brody, Yvette Coulter. Sherle Davis .nn .ri Nd I Davrtl l'lermng,Vlolm lrasgnta, Rayrnontl illatlu, Sharon lluftt, Matthew'lohnson, Mary Marden,-lawn Moscartolo, Melissa f Pappas, Marto Punto, joseph lieyn-1ltlw,vIol1n Roherts, Dram' Ryan, Arr Wernsteln 1 Mr Bowman Chnstnm B.1d.1r.uLu Amx Carpqnrsr, Blown Ihvms, Shcrcc DcIN11chclu, Garrett Hvnn, Paul llmlcx. Knsrcn nhnmn Bmw A1dLIJllDJld lxcun MLGMII1 Laurence Munn, Patncna Prom, IN1lCh.lL'l Hmm, Larlncrxnc Spam, Amamlcm 5 av? we 7 3 Burden D nd Anml Xlumrwdnr Anul Niulmcl Dclfiuln. Peru Gnldflngcr, Lum Hnlictt.Vlunquclnnc Knnsulld, Cum 7749141 I hn NLIDIL umm .A NAU Dann Nwursc, Sumn Qumnn. l.xn1cr R,Anwrn,fI1.1rlcx 'nv 7 ,Int 'P af! S.4lM1k1n1. I.cc.ann Sp.4r.1rn. gs. Dr Dufh Pamela Hman: Inn Ddnml RlLdfdf Iingvrnmnn, Dccky Gmdcr, Fm fmnlsr, I,1nJ.n Ilngcrrx, Illr-nnku Ixlm. arhdn Kharfcn Yung, 'Vial-xl Utrdxlf Ivhrlanu, Rwhrrr Murray, K.1rhlccnQulnn, Keith Rum M, HQWIIAIIIIII Nrrnth,Al.muw me I ms Sze!-mix kdlrlltlfl VIFILQVII Tam, Yang nv""""' if ADAMS Horgan. Richard Adario, Karen Ashworth, Patrick Buchanan, Arthur Cogan, Stephen Collins, Abbie Dezotell, Michael fra ww. Goodman, link-Iesdale, Gregory Lee, Frederick Maloul, Patricia Malouf,john Morrissey, Deborah Offner, Sabrina Rossi, Eric Shulnian, Pablo Silva, Patrick Tedeschi, Daniel Weinfeld. l l l l i l AF Qs V541 A Mr, Steinert. Williarii Annese, Christopher Bowen, Anthony Colantino, Theresa Connolly, Lauraine Mr Foley, Polly Armsby, Michael Benoit, Mark Buckley, Kevin Caissie, Cheryl Gorgone, y DeFa2io, lilaine Grant, Robert McCullough, Kelly McMurray, Larisa Murphurloseph Oliyeto, Marc Greg Larson, Michael MacDougall,justin McKenna, Charlene Santacroce, Michol Sullivan, Ralston, Lynn Resnick, Daniel Rosenberg, l.uisa Santilli, Dena Steinberg, Cynthia Tibtrio, Binh Van Michael Thomas, Tran, l,isa Wilson, Suzanne Yolle Mr Stliaelier Kathleen Adams, Philip Boucher, Miles Bradley, Bruce Cole, Paula DeProl'io, Nancy Downey, Paula ' Gerbraritls, ,lacqueline Goodale, -loel Gorn, Christine Greeley, Dwayne Hicks, Philip jepsen, Sylvia johnson. Christina l Koont1,V.ilcria MIgllJSSI,,lULlX'MKJLllfl7llS,'ll7l1H Neville, Terrance O'Brien, Danielle U'Keelie, Gregg Roberts, Loretta Rossi, Gary Scotthlay Scott, Dona larnhurrini, y l 52 Adams juniors y lgitfvf. 'zu ' -ii x ' -KX Ms Krllmn Drckran B.ahrgan,Rub1n Brmrsrern.-Imff: Duns, Rrchard Drrw.1lI,SCf1ttClrfkrluri, Gcurgc Kukmrdrs, Kcrth MaCDun.1Id,'l.1rnc5 McGrath, Pdmcla Iv1m, Andm Raudscps, Rrnnu Scllcri, I.1Sd W'rnlu5k1, Nirrnrfa Zim A ww if 'ssh ix, wr, - .-5 '15 Mr Bfvuchcr Greg Arthur,-lrwhn B11rrlll,T?'141rrus f.1xm,Br.1dDrxcr,Nu.1I.1llrrrl-Marr.Dffllgll-NIf-1fWI1g1u.1,IDr4vrriI,frngrnrmrc,KCllk INf,1hUnc', Ama Maples, Prnrrrgm fxirfgrrln, Pdrrlqld Mfrshqr, Irrsd Nubntt, PJUI Nrfbrlc, l,xnn bel-,ulrmg Surah 'I'.1f'c, KAIIIKITIIWC Vfnnrbcik ' 1: I 495,19 Q -A vw N.- i Mr Marrrns Kcnncrh farffn Anne farlnu,DchrdDcI.1ncx,M.ark IDcP.wla,j1rscph DcV1ru.GrC'gorx' f'.1rl.a,'Irrl'1nH.4lIr+r.m, lrnrh , Hurwrrl Man I,1C4rlc lx,-slrc Mdrrnuciir Xxfrllmrn NI1lnc,Mwn1qur Rhrrnc, Inna Sdlxuur, Drnrd Sgrinr f iurrm-piwr SNNL'LHL'X.,I1.4ll Vcndrcc A dams juniors 53 PALMER HOUSE Mr. Levinson. Ara Avakian, Robert Blourn, Fva Brauerzlohn Carpenter, Wendy Chang, Neva Coakley, Stephanie DeRuhe1s, Amy Fletcher, Suzanne Forman, Lucra Grazrano, Velarra llawkrns, Wrllramjoseph, Stephanre Krantv, Donald Leung, Rohm Lrttlejohn, Zrnta Melngarlrs, Steven Murray, Suzy Nguyen, Laura Palma, joseph Raso, Donald Raymond, Normand Rousseau, Corinna Santosuosso, Terence Short, Kew Sumpter, Carla Thomas, Deborah Waldorf, Jones Wrng. Q, v-1' X lg 'V vs 54 Palmer uniors Mr. Mulhern Mrchael Alrshuler, VlClilCL'KLllll1Clll, Nrcholson Collier, Nancy Corhato, Nancy Croft, Ronald DeVoe, Damel Doherty, Lrsa Dunham, Mrthael LL'lLlITldll,'lL1lldlldfllltifl, lim llarrrson, Sean-lones, Andrea Karp, Rrchard Lawson,'lulr Lrn, 'lennrler MCKlL', Llsa Murphy, Darrell Newton, Dana U'Nan1an, 'lima Rosenthal,'Iaequelrne Sanrogjanet Soucre, lrfrana Tempesra, Mrehele Tonelll, Saul Wranra Mr Montague, Mr D'Ura1ro Arthur Aaron, flrrmsropher Bereury, Lucrana Cedrone. lframo Fortuna, Stephen fottens, ' Nnole furhhert, 'lhornas Dalrtantlro,An1y llnlxle, C hrlxtopher Lord, Michael Grosser, Rohert llrggrnx, Rothelle l,L'ClilIl'L', lirran l.L'Nll'l,-llllli' MrKle, George Mead, lent Moxthella, Sarah QYDIICFI, Laurie Prlla, Davrd Prola,-loxhua Rosemary Karen lhonupson, l'lll.ll3L'Ill 'l'oxney,.lenn.r Wlare, llenjarnrn XXX-rss, Sally Weltrrlan, David XX'orters, XXICI-Aldfl Yeh , ann Wt Al- wi Mr. Nicol. Krm Aranslcy, Debra Sue Bennett, Paul Bransllield, Davld Brown. Dawn Cetmne, Sharon Cullins, Dlane DlGldDN'lIIlJfll7, Geoffrey' Drewujuhn Greeley, Adam Gurwrrz, Mark Kefauver, Nunn Leone, Nancy lrrn, Peter Markunas, Shawn MCM1llen, Flrzaberh Mnrahan, Krm Mvers, l.rnda O'Lan5,jrmhn Parrracca, Lrsa Perruzzr, Edward Rerlly. Raymond Rowland, Douglas Salun, Enca Sfhluerer, Llsa Spnggs, Lauren Tucci, Krrsrrn Vanderlaan, Amy Wersman, Susan Yuuens, Leonard Zamanskv, ,j..F-,L V pqvy' fl-"" rw Mr Maclxler 'lellrex Balanw, Mark Harrnlumuccr. Lrsa Becker, Cwendwlyn Charear, Salvarure flusarr, Kerrh Clark, Frm Drgrambarrrsra, Daxld Faraca, Denrm Iblex, Russell Fraser, llwward llexwrrffd, Mrrnrqueuluneu, Rlchard l,eSage, Mrchael l.wns,'lrrhn Mallwfskx. -Ieanerre Paquerre, Seth Purnam, Lawrence Tedebcw, I,aur1e Vanbuskrrlx 1 4 Q if " 5? 'F Pgzlnler'-Iuniors S5 RILEY HOUSE Y .fy a 3 Q . 4011 1 'A- N rm. J 56 Riley juniors v l i Mr, Wight. Elijah Berguleffrey Brener, Steven Chang, Lauren Civetta, William Cloran, Monica Comeau,james Donovan, ' james Fanning, Robert Garabedianjonathan Ivry, Shotaro Kamitori, Tahira Khan, Robin Litman, Frances Martel, Wendy McLaughlin, Duncan Moss, Hang Ngo, james Notter, Charles Proia, Virginia Robertson, Kimberly Robinson, Howard Schwartz, Philip Stockton, Guenther Wellenstein, Stephanie White. l if' KJ 'W Ms Blair, Katherine Benson, Susan Campbell, David D'Alleva, Brian Dunnujulie Eitzgeraldjulie Grunes, Tera Hirsch, l Daniel Maclnnis, Timothy McCabe, Mark Miller, Stephen Moss, Padriad O'Reilly,james Patriquin, Gianni Piselli, Steven Sampson, Nirvana Shaw, Kevin Tormey, Julie Wangler, Renee Yazbek. ' i l i l l i i i l i Mr, Koeller Michele Bersch, Maria Butera, Ruibby Cohen, Elaine Cox, Eileen Cunning, Robert Duffy, Steven Fisch, Sharon Grandmaison, Charles Hatem, Ernest Kinas, Amy Lloyd, Leonardo Mineo, Kerry O'Leary, Eunice Pinckney, Melissa Porter, Lisa Rollins, Scott Russo, Mark Saltzer, Kathleen Shea, Antonio Tomaino, David Ward, Francis Yerardi, I i l I il Mr. Bresnahanjrll Benjoya, Charles Breslin, Kc.-vm DuBois, Edward Fabian, Dehra Frnkle, Ruhert Gheewalla, Laurie Hartman, Josef Khavkuv, Marne Love, ,lacquellne Luster, Sheila Marranu, Katherrnc Muller, Mart Nussbaum, Anne Peltier, Rrta Rreves, Gregory Rutan, Avrva Sellnng, Andrew Swett, Gregg Weltz, Deborah Wrlgmen , 'LI . , .. . if Mr. Dlpwll Daxmd Blanch,Ces1druCedmne,Phrl1pDare,R1chard Duntnn,Dav1d Freedjnanne Gurdnn, Dana Grushka, -f Llsa Kal1ran,Shar1I,1hensun,Phrl1p Malenl'ant,Chr1stnpher Mullen,Dan1el Nardwne,SeanU'Br1en,K1ra Porter, Margot lf Roy, Shawna Slack, Lurrarne Traxnor, Llsa We-ntzell 5 A 6- Mr Wolaszek Zenta Aka, Margaret Crccune, Angela Davxs, Anrna Estrada, Hengamln Galdstnn, Dunald llaley,-Ieffrex l.1ebman,Rubert Marks,Kr1stun MCK1e, Donald Natale, Matthew Patterson,Vand1e PUYICf,Cl1flSI4iPl1Cf Rmnem, Ckvrex Rubrn, Robert Turner, Susan Whrte, Arla Wnley I I 5 l I I o ' X! Q. ,,,,,g Ki" 'Gif-. if V' RI'1C3'l'-lUH1'CJF5 5 limi 2 5 8 Uqga n izzz U'UH.S '!'90f3lC P13 3 ia, if 1. , T QF CLASS A .0 X Q 2 xifyiavgy, f fi 1, .L 6 ?? ,,,,,a "'Q EWTO was , Q "" 21 i. , , Ellen Breslau Lissie Cohen IA jennifer Dias Michelle Farina Copy Editor Organizations Editor Senior Section Editor Layout Editor rv' Q, " V I I .A 4- 1 ,..e,.,Mw 'R . .Si w Stacie johnson Dan Klerman Martin LaMonica Linda Lin Editorain-Ch O -1 fa C :T 'J 5 Z as D sv ft -1 lllllilllllil I C V5 5 LE V7 Z A: D no 'JO fb --. so 1- all Sports Editor . iel' fi' Elizabeth Mcfracken Lisa Schultz Miriam Tuchman Literary liditor Managing Editor Advertising Manager The Newtonian Staff lived its lite from minute to minute, deadline to deadline. They pecldled their candy bars, photographs and ad spaces, interviewed their coaches and club presidents, cropped their pictures, typed their copy and snapped their crowd shots. They felt alternately optimistic and pessirnisstic, victorious and defeated, ecstatic and de- pressed and always completely exhausted. The Newtonian stall' and their live-in entertainment Aprodite the nioiise liyecl and worked in their avantgarde niche in Beals Commons. 'l lie spurt their hours assembling layouts, identifying photos and trying In fiiitl .i wan into the candy cabinet, Mostly, they survived and all but a len Iiti-i' iii st-i this yearbook printed. 'llii -.i,-'i i.i. oiiltl like to thank Lynwood Montague, their sombre .itlxisoi ,iii-I ' ii'f'!lSllLill1ill1llT,fl1Cll' enduring publishing representitive. 60 Newtonian ....,!.,., Lisa Winn Ways and Means Co-ordinator Margi White Art Editor Scott Zu ffanti Photography Editor 'ie F 4 1 ,ff v ,,u v , .. u --Q , , 1 v Q 1 , rf' ,. 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I 1 X ,1 1 1 41 '11 11 1 111 Art Monika Wing 'Inn Wfryc Saul Wisnia Karen Frcibcrgcr Sarah Madsen Literary Noah Chasin Rebecca Cohen Heidi Sacks jon Hartmann 67 New tonian Copy Marilyn Lcvcns n Ida Quclcr Organizations jennifer Worrzel Ian Rudcrman Krissy Mclssac Senior Section Stacey St, Coeur Kim Ingham Rose Vaccaro Midge Connolly Hugh Gaasch Pippa Hamann jcannr: Label David Kantar ' 11 x1 111 11- xr 51 11 11 Q11 11 111 1 as 111 1, Q11 11. wa 1111 1 wi 111 1 11 1- 1 r.u 51. 3 11 1 111 .11 1- 1, 111 11 l 141 11 11 111:11 ' ' In 1- -T 1 1 1. -1 111 1, 111 i.lI111111II11I11'P.I N1 11111 1.1 1 O ODCODSOS ODE CUO 1r L1 s 111111111 111111111 w 11111111 Q I THIS IS OUR FINAL SHIPMENT OF COPY 1 OUR BOOK WILL CONTAIN PAGES THIS IS OUR SUPPLEMENT TOTAL PAGES IN BOOK MUST BE DIVISIBLE B 4 Layout jodi Arcisz Danielle Walclman 'ludirh Greenberg Pam Mayer Anina Estrada Irene Pan jenna Ware Sherry Davis Photography Gregg Snider Dan Jacobs Haig Tcllalian Chris Cahill Sports joe Rubin Sue Gerson Roger Nusbaum jeff Robinson Ellen Ahn David Kantar julie Wilgrmren Paul Boudreau r 5 THOUGHTPRI TS 5 l ln thus year, ax ltr past an l.w,r,,' l rxxues .4 sprung rrlalgafz ltr.-1 " v P lWllILll, as always, tru-lm lr grfa' f " : llmulgfltprrlvtx was an un J arf. rw .' 1 wh-v Illlyjllf nut ntlrtrwlsr lm' pntllrxlr' 1 lv 1 l tr x HlCtt c wecl-, 1 G gg graphs and drawrngs. stfvrru .mtl pm,-rrm 'lm A P f- f 1 ' , lhc prwduttmn stalltxped,l.11tlf,nr,arr.lpa-vfr, .. , S, . r X ., sv works Antl when the lrrrulsluetl rsxut VX.1'wHl har fi "f, tru'-.w i Q tv- K f", 4' - 'S stall atlvertrsetl and wltl rt y ' 1, The Tfmughtprrnts lrtlrrlt-rrmtrl strxcrl aa a 1 'u r 4. G E ' K , Urrnltvrtalvle, xl slrghtlx wrrrn, surrflurnlrrrgx f 1 l l the frrrrrrmnm ur the patrfrllctl lrhrarr, 1-" "' .1 hm -Q Rachel Heckscher lL1te-rarx lidrturll Amy Berestlxa lPuhlrc1tx Manaperl, Susan Brrdsex lArt lwdrturl, Ima Tesxman lPmtlutt1nn l Managerl, Sarah Madsen ilidrtur-rn-Chretl it Q P ' 'A A f 2 f ' F 4-Mix 1' '-awe sf Pauline Abernathy, Lrsa Ball, Iirrc Belsley, Amy Berestka, Susan Brrdsey, Stephame Bower, Ellen Breslau, Kathy Bmderrck, Sarah 1 Do0ling,Chr1s Grurgr, Robyn Glazrer, Laura Gonnerman. Gwendulen Gross. Rachel Hecksther, Sherry Lrttle, Sarah Madsen, Rnna l Mayman, Kara Moritz, Nathan Newman, Duffy Plunkett. Andres Rodrrguez, Celra Savrtz. Sarah Schull, Harm Segal, Drana Selrg, Yael Spector, Debbre Sternbergjulre Subrrn, Lnsa Tessman, Mnrram Tuchman, Noel Zeeh joseph Rrgalr l3dVlSOfl, fi ' lk , '21 .A I ' . e 1 i i S I A I Y W gy' ,,....-vv1' 'lust-plm Rngalr Fat ultx Adt 151 rr 'T 75357 X 'S v vw l Sc. Though tprin ts 65 TO ITE v A 5'-I Ir 3 . V is E ' arf' ' I Lb . l ' i t QI . . ,E J ' 'S -' 1 Xi. s. , 4 0 X l . . i' ' ,l ff ' 'K' if 5 1 " , ff . I 6' we . 'Iennifer Slack jeffrey A. Tolbert Peter MacDonald Editor-in-fhiel Managing Editor News Editor NN -.... Mark Norian joseph Rubin Feature Editor Sports Editor 34, ...f April Cowin Brian Bryan Robyn Glazier BUSIUCSS MJUJQCY Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Every other Friday, The Aewronire is circulated through the school and through- out Newton. l'p and down Main Street, in doorways and on benches, students intently read the award-winning paper. The 1985 Newtonite staff worked steadily throuhgout the year reporting, writing, photographing and selling ads in order to go to press alternate Wednesday night. This year. the Newtonite won three prestigious awards: a medalist rating from the Cfolumhia Press Association, first place Class One in editing and publishing from the New England Scholastic Press Association. and first place from the American Scholastic Press Association. The editorship of The Aewtonlre is run on a january tonlanuary calendar. 1985's editor-in-chief,jennifer Slack. oversaw the thirteen editors and their staffs who, in addition to assembling material for the paper, did all the typesetting and paste-up. Slack would like to thank all her staff and especially their advisor, Helen Smith, whose insight and command is why The Newtonite is where it is today. flood luck to new editor-in-chief. Caleb Baker and the 1984 Newronire staff. 64 l'Ve vytonrre 3 r 'f if if jonathan Ivry News Assistant Caleb Baker News Analysis Editor Peter D. Colbert Charles M. Robertson Photography Editor Production Manager , ii jon Silverman Broadcast Manager Mara Sibley Ereelance Editor Helen Smith Faculty Advisor Newtonite Edllor-in-Chrel-JL-nnilw C Slack Managing Edrtor-Jellrtry A Tolnerl News Editor-Peter Macdonald News Assistant-Jonathan Ivry News Analysts EGIOI--Cflltfh Banca Feature Editor-Marx Novinh Sports Editor-Just-ph Rollin Broadcast Manager-Jon Silverman Buslneu Manager-April Cowrn Adnnlsmg Manager-Brian Bryan Clrculallon Manager-Robyn Glazrer Freelance Edllor-Mara Sibley Advisers Edltorld -Helen Smith Business-Ken Temlon Production Assistance-Barry Bassett Photography EUHOY-pI'll'l D Crrlhr li -Bon Fauluner Production Manager-Cliailes M Floral-ilsorl News slatl-Mr-qnn Blimu-nrrcli Charlie Clapton David Gu-unhrrrq Si-.ln Glilli-ltv Josh lsiar-I Lnum Loclu- David Nichols Michm-I Rona Dnnmllr- Waldman News analysis stall-Sli-vt-ri Bwsn.rh.m Will Gnioim-i Si fill Glu hnmn MlCh30lRfll1J Andy Sqtiriiujl Feature Sllll-Joc1iBr-uh-:will Matlhi-w Ehrlich AI.in K.iiilvri.iri Elimha-In McCrnclu-n Heron Snr hs Sul- thompson Sport! Stall-Sr-.ru Fi-4-in-y Sli-vo Kaslm Nicholas Lanny Bvclny Plglnlt' Onuir-I Plilrlhvll Photography stall-Brin nr Alllrri Mllrilyn Li lurlsori Anim liiihiri l.iil Hodrrlnran Production stall-Eric Bot-inn Jrlsripn Rr-yirolds Gnriilwr W.-ll.-nslviri Mme Wvstr-r J P Wing Advertising Stall-blrivv Clilvcniimn Eric Snllnlilii Sn-mr.iriw Wil-iisir-in Art stall-Lime Dawson Bind Div--r S-tlil Wisruli Circulation stall-L.rirr.i Arinoil1iai1.i Jodi Bmhuwrll Kathy Brrrclvrirm Mark Dr-voir' S,ii.1riOool.ng ,lor1r'liGr--4-rm'-iq C.irolrnvHarIori R.ich1-lllr-r,kst.lxr-i Jririr1lyJc-psnn Anrlvruu Karp Sozaiilil- Kliqan Orflllim Lair-tio Ellr-n Pncltiir lrld Our-Ir-I Dubbin- Rost-nrwiq Katrin Ross Arrii.i ltiihiii Kami Sr-qnl YA:-l Sp:-clor Jriiiwy Zgqlgillnli The Newlonile. lounded an 1922. IS the newspaper ol Newton North High School. 360 Lowell Ave . Newtonvrlle. Mass. 02160. It is published 16 tlmes durlng the school year at S2 00 per yearly subscription. Newlonile editorials are the views ol the writers Unsigned editorials represent the ollicral position ot the Newlomle Readers are invited to submit guesteditorllls. articles and tellers to the editor. Yo be run in the next edition letters must be in the Newtonlle Dol in Barry House by the Friday alter the paper is circulated We reserve the right IO edit all letters. which must have the writers name. class and homeroom printed on them. To place an adm the Newlomle. please call 552-7737 The Newlonlte stall does all the lypesetling paste up and camera work lor each edition i- v.-r1l.y Br-Irnoiil l"llltlrlir1Cri ' ls" 19" ,M Ngwv f wp-Q44 N""W' rv,-wefi QW! Q., " 2i.. E J-"'1 ' 5 Q M5 1, 1 RV! ,.. f V ' 71 - -Q -v ,,. I X V , ' 1 .A 1' A Y, , 1 , ,,,. Liam: 4 ,L Mt., . 5 4. . - 6 , ' ,J Wfy as H f 'H s l 2 Ecig.. I y V:x!?f?7" UVM , X ' 3 X fm v 5 1 -J"""'A Q' . ,,.f-Y' 122' Ll N 6 Wton ite 6 5 ll E P l STUDE T-FACULTY- ' ADMINISTRATIO BOARD 1 The STA. determines school rules and discusses school related issues. It is composed of student and faculty repre- sentitives who are elected to their posi- tions. This year they decided to eliminate open campus for sophomores and fresh- men, regulated candy sales and voted not to have pluses and minuses on report cards. -as Q' ll-an 41- fi U l l li i T i ll D F ' . '01 X' " v 9 ' f sas rx. f 0 .ri 2 " Q Www Ty l .fx ig? 'WY E 'Z' 1955 W First row Mary Lanigan, Brian Bryan, Florine Borden Second row jean Sicurella, Robin Silver, Ed Patriquin, Marlene Yesley, Thircll row Steve Anthony, Martin l,aMonica, -left' Rohinson, 'Ioe Hansen, Alison Kenny-Hall. Winilred Green, Betsy Leitch, Maryal Levenson, Ben Caldston, ,Ieremy Ditelberg, 'Iessie McChesney, jimmy Walker l i AS S OFF ICERS l l l l l The Senior Class Officers, President lirion Roclq, Vice President 'Jill Guzzi, Secretary Roger Nushaum, and Treasur- er Sean l'eeney, directed the Senior Class Cfommittee throughout the year in rais- c , ing money and planning activities. lhey organized the prom and class trips, co- sponsored the junior-senior dance and sold hindeinade jewelry at Main Street lytpri 'llie money they raised was in liehall ol rlic entire senior class of 19841. 66 SFA, Senior ffiass OfHCers ami, ,arf gifs """ jf fn , xy i , f e ua. -102. 4 gf' j Q lfirst row Roger Nushaum lSecretaryl, Brion Rock lPresidentl,jill Guzzi lVice Presidentl, Sean Feeney fTreasurerl. SE IOR CLASS COMMITTEE 1,3 "le, fan A ft First Row: Saral'1,Iarome,jean SiCureIla,K1mIngham, Pippa Hamann,jill Guzzl, Wendy Cooper. Second Row Brion Rock, Cheryl Stover, LIZ Leitch, Dawn Fxtzpatrnck,-lul1e Wilgoren, Llsa Prosser. Third Row: Roger Nusbaum, Sean Feeney, Mark Hoffman, jeff Robnnson. .--ur' ' ' P f Y , u12nrnm,n rg: we rezmnwmm.-t-eg-r.-x-neummamums :meme ,, v 1. QW 9- Z. r 5 , n Q E, jf: 'Q S 6 . 'Q 4 . Q b KP SAC. Representrtrve. Kathleen Broderuck Senior Class Committee. SAC 6 TERHOUSE COUNCIL lnterhouse Council is the United Nations of Newton North. Its membership is comprised of students of every group in the school. The members make it possi- ble to reach the councils set goals, communication, co-operation, and coordination. Proof of their SUCCCSS is Spring Fair, Harvest Pair and "I Love Main Street." 'Lb SBK li' ,, If First row: jeff Robinson, jesse Kleitman. Second row: Lisa Schultz, Monica Port, Raines Cohen, Debbie Wolfe. Third row: Karen Boyajian, Diane Yoffejeanie Lebel, April Cowin, Mary Mann, Hope Kirschner, Michelle Farina. wf.ew.e2.zz. 24.1-inf t. ... g, z- . - 1 - Y f - -1 W - W- ii- y W-V t- sf Q.-V-aa. ' 1' - X N, -m1:: a' l K ., c . .3 L ta a, .. . -a l ADAMS HOUSE COUNCIL Adams House Council spent its year raising money for its scholarship fund. Throughout the year, they ran Donut Hole and sold candy lmost notably M8cM'sl and sold lollipops at Christmas and fried dough at fairs. They also planned a spring picnic. Aside from raising money, Adams House Council also provided other services for the school: the newly-reborn Orange Shield was started in Adams, many Council members volun- teered to help clean Main Street after the custodians' one-day, see-what-it's-like hiatus. BARRY HOUSE COUNCIL Barry House Council is forward-moving. The largest of the house councils, Barry raised needed scholarship money through their fun, exciting activities. They pro- duce Roccols Rock 'n Roll Revue annually, their lar- gest and most exciting activity. The entire school as well as the toinmunity is swept up in the excitement of Rocco. Rott o T-shirts and sweatshirts appeared every- where this near, evidence of Barry Council in action. All the profit from Rocco's three sold out performances went to liarry ffouricilis scholarship fund. Barry Coun- cil also sponsored suttessful council dinners, and car washes. 68 Interhouse, Adams, Barry Councils First row Wendy Katz,jill Guzzi, Danielle Waldman, Suzy Yoffe, Nuala Horkan, Aida Roberts. Second row: Tracy I Howard. Third row' Cathy Weitz, jo Louie, Shelli Segal, Ellen Hinteregger, Sarah Idleson, Martin Arndt, Justine i Gerbrandt, Deidre Madden, Nancy Downey, Danita Brooks. Fourth row: Tim Morissey, Chris Guzzi. Fifth rowz Dominck Haudenschild, Philip Mann, Sabrina Rossi, Kay Mann, Debbie Offner. f , . , . M--az... .f-. - fm.. .a 'ww' i W .,, T' . . I 4 i 'e-T'-A S 'H' First row: Sue Reyes, Nancy Vendice, Megan Blumerich, Karen Freiberger, Kristin Miller, Ashley Fullerton, jody Berkowitz, Sarah Morse, Suzanne Aucoin. Second row: Linda Oram, Allissa Altman, Dianne Yoffe, Erin O'Leary, Lisa Rosen, Shelly Simons, Dana Locke, Ann-Mari Walsh, Adam Aronson,jen Schuster, Honey Blonder, Tara Feeney, M lssy Ellison, Karen fioyaiian,'lulie Subrin, Lisa Garrett, Stephanie Bower, Kenny Riley. Third row: David Ventouloan Leacy, Mike Dunbar, David Sasdi, Beth Klavens, Mike Wester, Ben Liebman, Doug Kaplan, Todd Haterulim lflgart, Wendy Huchins, Eric Salzman, Colin Ryan, Paul Summers, Pauline Abernathy, Linda Schnall. Missing Leslie Dimella, Kyra Iiorre,-Ion S3lI7CI,,lUl1II Morgan, Marilyn Schultz, Steve Bliss, Tim Triano, Mark y l liennett. l 'W rf' Front row: Ellen Packer, Caroline Hartog, Marilyn Levenson, Debbie Laredo, Heidi Ffiedman, Anna Rubin, Cindy Sifhnger, Elizabeth Bleich, Sherry Davis, Irene Pan Second row Chris Giorgijeff Robinson, Lynn Rossman, Cheryl Sulkin. Third row Jen Balfour, K D. Leka, 'Iudy Levenson, Ida Queler. Fourth row Ben Smith, Andy Shaver, Michael Solomon, Peter Goldfinger, Mark Devore, jackie Place. Amy Carpenter. L:.vL---.f.nwm-::.z,z:e:. pa.. . - - .L 1. a...a umm.. .-fre -. ea.. ,V fu ff -0 -v J First row April Cowin, Debbie Wilgoren, 'Iill Iienloya, Sally Cunning, 'lulie Wilgoren, Debbie Wolfe, Carolyn McMurtrie, Frnie Wight Second row jamie lillrnan, Charlie Breslinjeff Brenernlenny Holm, Stephanie Weinstein, Marion Mann, Catilin Sulliyan, Maexe Ufonnory Third row Mark Chao, lfric Bernstein, -Iohn livans, jackie Weisman, Wendy Cooper. Becky Klapper, Stew fhans, Pam Kliger, Kim Nuttle, Silvia Staulo, Laurie Hartman, Ioan Leviton, 'Ion johnson ,.,.,,,-....L..a-,.,, . . BEALS HOUSE COUNCIL The Beals Ilouse Council inet Tuesdays and 'l liurs, days to plan for their various activities. They sold Carnations for Valentines Day, Witcli-O-Crranis for Halloween and cotton candy for lixpo Main Street They also sponsored Draft Week- a program for information and education. The S00 members of the council held pot-luck suppers and planned a trip for the Spring. The money they raised went towards schol - arships and a donation to Globe Santa. "The house council," said co-president Marilyn Le- venson, "allows students to meet and have fun with other students from different classes but in the same house." fe., :.,. .--.s.:..2.,. 1 . RILEY HOUSE COUNCIL Riley Council planted flowers, held a fair and sup- ported a charity during the 1985-1984 school year. The fTowers were placed in the earth around the Riley tree- which was replaced by the council in a recent year. The fair was Mainstreet Expo-based on the theme "Peace and Love: the 60's revisited," which was spread from end to end of Main Street, and allowed oyer ZS clubs to sell food and crafts. The charity supported by Riley Council was Oxfam. They sponsored Qxfam Fast Day and Hunger Awareness Week, when they collected money from students and contributed a great deal to their own treasury. The council worked towards the bettering of life at North and making teachers and students aware of their presence and goal? Beals, Riley Councils 69 AFRO-AMERICAN CLUB Originally the Blacl-4 Student Union, the Afro-American Club enables black students to get together and talk about issues that concerned themselves and the school. February was Black History Month, and the club organized school activities, including a break dancing demonstration They also sold hot pizza lor Main Street Expo. Remember dying in the paceline be- hind Boswells wheel. Ned sprinted for 5 rniles before he collapsed. Wlhile we trained, Kin: saved the whales. Ifive first plate wins, 7 last plate, one Sth, one litli, Middle ol the season someones legs gave out. 'lihen came the snow. -z,: :fx - , E15 "'!'!2... ,wu- 1 hi First row, Sean Larts, Nieva Copley, Yarsemander McMillran, Leah Thomas, Michelle Beach, Carla Rushin, Second row, Lisa Roach Brion Rock, Angela Davis, Tony Reese, Troyjones, l.isa Rollins, Rita Reeves, Keith Roach, Tracy Williams, Monique Rhones, Aida Roberts Fred Freelow ladvisorl Missing Mark Graham 3, ,fy nw s ff e -f -sas. Q. ws,nnarw.,fw. vfsf K . img. BICYCLE CLUB l N? -nu l'irst row Advisor Ned Rosslrer, Second row K D Leka, Mark Norlan, David Boswell 70 Afro-American Club, Bicycle Club COMPUTER LAB AIDES l a l .jeremy Shapiro, Doug Sahin, Steve Rrttenherg, Craig Michelson 3 ,,,,m.,,, M M, , effiiv 'ff' 7' Qi 'V . "7f"wf W -dmmu . t. .1 ,mg ' ? la r 5 J 2 . B 3 E E, s 5 DI ER'S CLUB lhe lNewton Xortli llrglr Sain Computer I,i1h Aides, trlrlrorrgh not r official cluh, liritl Urneetirrg gilrnowt ex ery afternoon as ther, rilrerirriteln the and terrorized the corriputer smelt: w that frequented the computer Lil, Knowledguhle in hoth the Pljl' - Il sy we tem and the Rainhow rnicro-corriputerw, seniors Craig Michelson 'Sf1lIVs'L1VL' Mzinagerl and Steve Rittenherie fliuirif how Co-ordinatorl, iuniorsvlerernt Shu- piro lllurdware Munageri and Doug Sabin lGraphics Co-ordinutori prof grarnmed and assemhled, dehugged Lind advised for the paltry standard work- Studv wages while enjoying the oppor- tunity to lmmss less fortunate clrissrmtes who didnt get paid at till. Faced with frequent crises ol various Sortb-the hroken pencil Sharpener. the LP in an infinite loop, MDB." and Lex- ll C195-H versionl, the lah aide5 endured through all such tragedieb and continued on their never-ending crumde agdimt syntax errors. Q I f ' Q, 'Q f, f f,, f gg i, ,iV, l llll . 2 3 e Diner 5 C ner of delikchtlulh hcdonistie rents .intl ecnmlh h.1cclit1n.rli.1r. rexclrx .hiv xc.ir ey . N.elLNLfIPllK'll,.1l.e it e8 L' 1 . t , '. T I to mtislx their mrioux .ippetites Y 6 ol the C,trleteri.i w uritlerstdtetl elegance -fa' where thex eiiihellislicd the t.1hles with f e.1ndel.ihr.1w. cod .ru xin.1nd full exeninr xve.rr, 'lihe ineinherx pl.1n to hx e in .i wgiert 5 drentllullx decudent, , it ff -e . NOTE Due to the effects of gorging, the Dinecs Cluh was neither physically nor ernotion.1llv cdptahle ol poxirng lor their porrmit lmrrrrr-1 i here are their respective understudies sporting usual luncheon wear 1 l . f i I 4 I ! Computer Lab Aides, Diners Club 'I N 1 where thex e.1nhewe.1lthx.well-rtd,.1ntf The Edco Eagles, founded two years ago, played a regular schedule of basket- ball games against other deal' teams from Massachusetts high schools. The team practiced twice a week in prepara- tion for their twelve-game schedule. Al- though still in search of a permanent home, most of their home games were played at the Hawthorne Gym, With many members graduating, the seniors hope that the team will be able to con- tinue next year. Senior co-captains Chris jones and Sean Gill, who were among the founders, said that they wanted mostly to "prove that deaf athletes are as good as everybody else." .Lm..a.e-,g: - .v ef-Q . ew., .gtm.a.g.1m.f..w::,L 1' -L ,tie 'li' 'l'he French Club, led by co-presi- dents l,i2 Melhado and julia Smith, saw lfrench movies and ate in French restau- rants for a taste of the lfrench culture, 'lhey raised money through bake sales, the Doughnut llole and by selling penny candy at lixpo, At the time the yearbook went to press, they were planning a trip to Quelvet or hlontreal, EDCO EAGLES r 7 'X' 1' - ,: First rowg Steve Wfeiner. Second row Mark MacDonald, Chris Santeusaniimxlack McKensie,joe Fresolo, Robert Tedeschi, Sean Gill, Kenny Goulston, -,. A mm,..m..,tm..J. FRENCH LUB ' ,S y .g -:neil 324 s. , -me 422' CQ' JOV9 ifi r Wk lg xx D fl-L ,f ff , A, U, . -0, V - ai 1 , - X, . ,af X, , , I .,- lirst row Mike Gillette, l.yn Perry, Polly Arrnsbygululia Smith Second row Esther Cohen fAdvlsorJ, l.i2 Melhatio Missing Mark Chao, Alessita Goldstein, lvlatt Gleason, l,1s.i Rosen 72 Edco Eagles, French Club GERMAN CLUB filth 3-My,,,vqg,ggqmevfw ffaswamswiw 1 f.,,N A - ' G 3 'Q A, ,, 'UQ Ar 1 f SX Q' JV A S . , 4- in Y iv 'I . - Q X , X ' lhis years Deutsche-Verm super- ! lb- ' A U ffm vised by Richard Clark is made up wr' 3? German students and those interested in 5 ig German heritage and Culture. Ihr Beef Q thoven's birthday, the German Cluh pre- ? sented a concert of German music and a Q X one aCt play in German, written ht' its ' A members. , ,..r Front row Ellen Breslau, Laura Lucke, Margie Zuhnulennilder Tent Back ruw Martin Kudis,-lean-Pierre Parnas, Heidi ll.1dru,Steven Kuhn lcu-presidentl Missing Gus Lawrence rcufpresrdentl 11 G Y HACKEY SACK CLUB lhe new spurt ut Hatleex -batle was inruduced to Newtun Ntirth under the SplCeS ul the lltit lslL'Y-bllkli C lt1lW. Ctt- president Larry Alhwrd had heen plating the spurt hir ahuut twti rears. .ilthuugh it hetame pupular tinlx' this tear. Alturd tu resitent C' uwin l ' Cluh tu spur tin the ptipularitx ur the l bpurt. llle HLNLIP :NNN Ulilslsts HI Keri ufhtril memhers, hut .is apparent in the xx! -Q - f 1 ntuiriipamirig pitture. manx tretlwaders M- ruined the eluh hir that une partietilar meeting lhe tluh has heen selling I' liaelxex -sacks tu .inx willing huxer. XX ith the earnings. thex hope tw hut pil-w shirts with the eluh lngu printed un them, lhe eluh lwasts the must taitlittzl and talented plavers trtwrn the Xexxtwii Ntwrth student lwdx. Llllie seniwr rntzim hers hope that the vuunger iiieiillwers ut e eluh will keep up the xxundtrtul group that is the H.1t'lxex'-Saela eltgh ut First mw Ewan Dryer, Larry Alfrird Secund mw Nuah Chas1n,juel Gum Third row Ken Haller, Mare IIwt'frrr.ir'i, Ld Ruhiri, 'l'he.i NCWIUU North Brandfnn, Fnurth mw Ruhbie Young, Steve Kasha, Briana Cahill, Chris Cahill Ifrlth ruw, Martin Kudis i German Club, Hackey Sack Club "3 I Q TER ATIO AL LUB , 4 l ' n l f' 'N The members of the International Club learned about and enjoyed cultures of different countries. The club, was ap- proximately half foreign students and half native Newtonites, They shared in- ternational delicacies at restaurants and parties at Christmas and Thanksgiving. The club helped foreign students learn Ifnglish and adjust to Newton North, They organized an International Day with food and performers. 4- ,I ., ' - W- -.' ' .. Q 4 ' ' " - QA tf ga, W aff 'E aff'- Iirst row Theresa Yang, Andres Rodrigez Second row Irene Pan, Nancy Corbato, Suyy Forman, -lulie Lin, Ines Ortega. IRISH STUDE T U IO The Irish Student Ifnion exemplifies fine heritage ol' Gaelic comraderie. Ac- tivities this year included the Great Po- tato liake, the third annual Leprechaun hunt, and the Guiness Road Race. Our club sold four-leaf clovers on St. Pa- trielgs Day, financing this summers trip to Ilulwlin. 4' V av CJ 'xv' ... Q., rw . fs." ,,N.n.rl, , . -.v Ditl-t U'Derry ltreasureri, Tasha O'Manolagus fambassador to Habylonl, Nick O'Pasquarosa lvice presidentl, Duffy O'Plunkett lpresi- dent I, Stott U'Zulfanti lchieli publicistl, Barbara Killion ladvisorl 74 International Club, Irish Student Union IT LIAN CLUB X Toscana X . .5 : ffp- kile., X v-I Ku ?,.aw- The Italian Cluh is traditionally one of the most active cluhs at Newton North. ., This year the members sold posters. sta- , tionery, candy, and key chains to finance their annual Christmas party, Proceeds also helped Italian students to traxel to Florence on the exchange program. First row Ziana Tempcsta Angela Senzaparia Michael Bean Maria Vallone Second row Sabrina Rossi, Stephanie Mearls, Luisa Santilli, Flisa Babigan Luciona Cedrone Danielle Ulxeefe fherxl Gorgonc JUGGLI G CLUB i I . , , . - . , , 4 v . , ' ' , A . V V A --W -Y - Awrlwl-:L1-1r...1-g3,,,..::' V- - V x --L ---11f----'-:-:wm.-11-.-,-- S 21" ' ' ' aiu, " - -A - ' rr ' ' n r.:-.:.e"z.., T'-, " ,1'v5f'W1"" ' First row Marla Lane, David Kessler Second row Dominik Haudenschild, Andy White, Ken llaller, lid Ruhin. hlarlc Olsson, Relic-cci Cohen The new -luggling fluh was founded at the beginning of the tear hx co-presi, dents Marla bl. lane and Daxid Kessler. Although not the first iuggling cluh to he part of Newton Norths extracur- ricular program, it the first to stress in- volvement in the act ot iugglmg as a pre-requisite. lhere were some hegnn- ners in the cluh hut their were expected to participate in iuggling drills, 'lille nine memher cluh. adxised hi' lfnglish teacher lhomas Schaefer is a true loxer of lllge gling. lhe hi-weelalx' meeting proxidecl ample time to hone iuggling skills. ln the little Theater, the range of heginners to iuggling wizards shared new routines as well as perfecting old 0I'ieS. 'lihe cluh existed primarily for improving iuggling and generating fun and for that reason did not raise funds. hut opted to speiicl time to become the hest iugglers possia hle. Italian Club, juggling Club '5 i 2 l LOCAL HISTORY LUB I,ocal History was a registered class taught by social studies teacher Henry Bolter, but class took place entirely out- side ot' school, Each Thursday night, the students met at a members house and became involved in fiery debates over historical and social issues concerning Newton and Boston. Their arguements were fed by Fiddle Paddle, Doritos and Screaming Yellow Zonkers. The class went on a number of field trips in both Boston and Newton, including the Gib- son House in Boston and the jackson Homestead and Newton Free Library Newton Room in Newton. The stu- dents. while enthusiastically participating in the activities, enjoyed the class for its energy and entertainment. The members ofthe group would like to express their love and thanks to Henry Bolter. amy.:-1 1.-e, ,i f -,,..s,,., -HW H: 1 ,, 1 tern,--,s..f- V- ,4 ft ,IFN lfirst row Peter Gerstenlield, Laura Gonnerman, Krissy Mclsaac, Second row l.isaTessm.1n,SarahM.idsen,l,issie fohen, Mike Dunbar, Sue Gerson, Ken Haller, Chris Cahill, Third row Rachel Hecl-gscher, Noel Zeeb, Miriam 'l'ucliinan,Vlill Guzzi, Henry Bolter lAdvisorl Missingg Peter Colbert W A V A A ,,,,,,-.A.1 . new-si Q:..s,..,e,Q,2,t, P. .. . i MASSACHUSETTS ASSOCIATIO GE THE DEAF The Newton North chapter ol- the ,lunior Massachusetts Association of the Deal served as a helping hand for deal' students, aiding them in choosing sports and .ictlx'ities. 'liliex sold candy to lurid their trip to the Massachusetts Associ- ation ol- the Deaf banquet in Florida. The club stressed their school and sc'liol.irsliip support of deali students at iNlfV.Tf fri Norfli. 76 Local History, MSAD ,, 1 at vs' W' e?"e,'f6 V 'Vw QQ., ' - s.. , . W, i A , A ..,. vi Q4 'NA' Y? Qs e ""..,:1f""' il!! l'ront row fiheryl Hovespian, Ann Vlknlsli, Kathy I'leatty,.lustine llarrows Second row Sean Gill, fhris Santeusanio Il MATH TEAM UIQ. 5,-00004 SM, 'Q ' ,1- bi L . ,f ali First row, Linda Lin, Larry Mini Second row Ton'Yun Fang, Zev Handel, Doug Sahin, Steve Sampson Third row David Worters, Mark Chaouleremy Shapiro lfourth row Kathleen Hollowell lcoaclil, Ina llealitl ltoachl, Daniel Schmidt isw-'W-f --- - -ff XM.. The 1983-IOM Newton North .Xiaf 'lleam competed in five meets in r liastern Division of the Si-s-allow. Greater Boston Mathematics l,eaWgue Memhers competed iritramurallt in run- oflis to earn positions on the varsity Squad. Led by returning senior president Ton-Yun Fang and secretary Caitlin O'Connor, the team did well in meets against teams with regular practices or classes. Coaches Dr Kathleen Iiollowell and Mrs Ina Heafitz were glad to sup- port the well-balanced team with strengths in all categories. Surprisingly. the most consistant mathlete was a freshmanz Daniel Schmidt. who was consistantly among the high scorers at each meet. MODEL U ITED ATIQNS glif 5 ,,,'- . ,Lr1gf'3f' ...fy ,zu le tiff Y fr?-"' 1 'iq Q 51 the A :fi it First row jenna Ware, April Cowinjohn Livingston lAdvisorl, Second row -Iohn Adleson.XX'illG.1rdlner,Duncan Moss, lrif Xliiilitisleirls. Scott Gliclcrnan, Peter Ward I 1 lhe Model lmted Xationsi led lu president April Cfowin and Yice Prest- dent lenna Ware. researched goxern- . e ments and economics ot countries for discussion .ind meets. lhex glttelided the New York llieh School Model l'nited lxliitions hleet. :X model lhx. meet is .1 meeting of memlwers from various model l'nited Nations from around the area to discuss their research .ind goxernments. Math Team, Model UN "' .a.,umsa:4,f.i-1. . ,em ls Q X -mf '-4'- , tv. f- -wav. -ax,wriv.w:::fivw1rf.:'.:1aMw.nuannu,'msa4mv.s-m ORA GE SHIELD Orange Shield is a student service program directed and run by upper class students, "It gives students the opportu- nities to get involved in the school and provides an alternative to activities such as government and clubs," said co- president Paul Boudreau. Services pro- vided by this group include 150 upper- classmen tutoring underclassmen in study halls, helping bi-lingual students learn English and teaching nursery school children to swim. This program was revived this year after absence of about 25 years. ,A ., 4 as 'ark aV3'3'. " L -slffgi " at 1, xt First row Mary Beth Marden, Doria Tamburrinni, Diana Ryan, Kirssy Mclssac, Paul Boudreau. Second row Lauren Tossi, Debbie Laredo, Amy Carpenter, Amy Lloyd, lleidi Bode. Third row Amanda Stebbins, Loretta Rossi, Anna Rubin. l l . il i l l i l l I l l l , i l i 'K v il ---.ae fm, an . - f--.,.:-.2-same. A..-f.f,1m,aaufs-m.1-i1-.rf- wmfmaanwsuv-as .-Q.-1-V-as-.asa-Q ffif.:aaa4:m1-mes,: , -- .--smm4ememuwwawwmnt,' - "' ,. ,,,, : f The Phoenix Society held no meet- ings this year, sponsored no events, and generally was not in evidence at all. For this reason. we consider it a very suc- cessful year. Founded this year by presi- dent Craig Michelson, the club soon ex- panded lgeometricallyll to large num- bers, Our faculty advisor, Mr. Frederick lfrelow, was a great help in all this. The departing seniors hope that those they leave behind will faithfully carry out this lat lt ol tratlltlori. 78 Orange Shield, Phoenix Society A f ' ,A-nv' wiv-r lfirst row Doug Sabin, jill Guvnjeff Robinson Steven Rittenberg, Linda l.in, Chris Cahill, Ed Rubin. Second row: janet Walker, Leon liahloulian, Sarah Schiff, lasa Prosser, Billy Norwood, Andy Swett, David Kessler, Noah Chasin, Mark Spiro. Third row: Duffy Plunkett, Noel Daniels, liillyjakiibowski, Hoh Kazman, Peter Weitzman, Mark Kaufman, Craig Michelson, David Barnes, Dan Jacobs. Fourth row: fliris Gardner Michelle lfarina, Steven Liberace, Raines Cohen, Sean Feeney, David Salter, Zev Handel, Ari Weinstein. K l PSY HOLGGY CLUB The PSl'ClNJlfJKLft' Cluh rtiisetl their money thrcmutgli halxe sales trritl riiirs tim their raririual party hir the rettirtletl riritl liamlieappetl, They xriluriteeretl their services, visited Mcfletm lrifnpitiil, tiritl rz1iSetl money to elcmdte tr: the Viifirltl Hunger Society. lhey wnritetl experiiiriee to lieetl their interests in wwrltirig in pst'- Cholrigy Ariel related liielels. RUSSIAN CLUB 'lille1985-llJH4Se'limwlxe.ir um .iii ex- pticmtil x'e.1r hir the Hiiwmii Ciitih Hair numerrwiia meeting xxeFe.1lXk.l'mPtwtltlt - e, lresulx1iig.ill iwsiles xxitli KWH .iv t . mxpil l, .mtl mir Jeyiiiitia iueiiilurx mwetl wpeeml eiitliiisigxiii Ihr .ieliiex iiig the liirtx Priigrim .is Net lwrth hx the itr.il tirgirix ul' the tltih CilLih.1t'tix'itiu' .itteiitlirig the Siiiipii- viiiius Ciririveiitiiiii. pliutwgiziplix les- is iii Smith I7.iltiit.1. pirtitipitirig ii: e lexel I llliisitwrmrx lrmtl. .irttt twi- Llkllllgf mriutis me-t.il iwhittts. Paychology Club, Russian Club '9 SCIENCE FICTION CLUB 'l'he Science Fiction Club continued their quest to popularize Science liiction in literary form this year. I,ed by the fortitude of President David Salter, Vice President Raines Cohen, and Treasurer Steven Liberace, they themselves went to movies and conventions, and saw lectur' ers Douglas Adams and Graham Chap- man. They brought the movies Tonmiy and Dark Starto Newton North, starting their film program, which they hope will continue long after they're gone. The Ski Club is a club that organizes ski trips for anyone at Newton North. The club boasted over 180 members this year, the largest club ever. They traveled to I,oon Mountain, Sugarloaf mountain, Stow and over February vacation they traveled to Swityerland. Members stay at hotels or inns on trips, As well as skiing, members relax at night with games, tele- vision and socializing. "Being in the Ski Club gave me the opportunity to meet kids I never would have met before," said senior officer Pippa Hamann. -3 AVL -gg 9 'Q' l :QW we S 'Q' l'irst row Ieffrey Levine, Nathan Newman, Steven Liberace, Ion Hartmann. Second row Dan Parmenter, David Ke sslcr David Salter Chris Delulio, 'lzhird row 'jesse Kleitman, Kev Handel, Michael Ai1nicelli,'IP. Parnas lfourth row Annie Cohen, Raines Cohen Sttvt Rittenberg 1 Nloni :iii 'ggi My , X i ,yay sw .aiuytrx . .. ,,f. , M 4 V' M 5' f ' :XC Wfpif fiaif., . W?-f -1 ya' Z iw! ' 'Lf 1' ' ze i w -gy ' y Wells SKI LUB 'fx'-i.S Qz i"' ' V- t A " ' ,f-: l t wiv Mi' 4' , .flwyjfi fffmip. any i ,C-1' I f my , A 3, iff, yy aa. ' M , , W4 .. 'ff X- I Yf 'L ' ay 80 Ski Club, Science Fiction Club I . ' MQW sf' Z! fa' ,V mmf, f n 'f Wi ' inf :ie 7' . +5 Craig Patrick, Pippa Hamann, Sally Cunning, Kevin Blake, Stuart Rist. 1 7 Q I K SHAKESPEREA PLAYERS Tirst tow, Elizabeth McCracken, Suzy Yevens: Second row: David Kessler, Scott Zuflianriulessica Roseman, Third row, Toni Lupu-Sax, Briana Cahill, Andrea Slawson. Fourth row: Marguerite White, Rebecca Cohenuludy Bard, limily Dolbear. Sarah ldelson,jenny Trueblood, Suzanne Cohen, Zev Handel, David Salter, Steven Liberacewlesse Kleitrnan, Linda Lin. Evette Mezger, Nancy Gaines, Annie Cohen. Fifth ow, Chris Cahill, Doug Sabin, Chris Delulio, Aaron Leventman, Sixth row, Becca Steinberg, Chris Giorgi, Thea Brandlion, Ed Rubin. Raines Sohen, Craig Michelson. Missing, jason Zalk, jenny Dustin, Tricia Foster, jennifer Teig, Vickie Kinsey. ,..aa11afaas we 1, ,A . The Shakespearean Players practiced their artful digression this year with all the eccentricity and disorganization one would expect. They saw plays, produced plays, held their usual Renaissance Din- ner, visited Nantucket, but mainly did nothing in particular in no sensible or- der. They specialized in selling round things with holes in the middle- they started with doughnuts and bagels. but hope to branch into Bundt cakes some- time in the future. STUDE T-ORIE T TIO KILLS AIDES '-il 1 "s..,,A First row' Ann-Mari Walsh, Liz Leitchulennifer Standel, Debbie Wilgoren, Lisa Winn, Diane Y.ii'i'e, Second row Linda Schnall. l.iris.i Murphy, Kay Mann, Laura Annunziata, Lassie Cohen, Diana Seligjennifer Schuster, Robin Glazier, Debbie Rosenberg, l,.iur.i Kiilvanskx. Kerry O'Leary,julie Subrin, Inset: Leah Latz, Kim Little, Charlene Douville, Sean Peeney l 1 The SOS. program was new to New- ton North this year. lts purpose was to ease the transition lifoiii iunior high to high school forthe tireshinen .ind soph- omores. .lunior .ind senior .litlcs were assigned to hoinerooins tor Thursd.1y X-blocks. They taught .ictixities de- signed to help the students become more l'.iinili.ir with Newton North .ind to develop more sophisticated studx skills. The program is part of the Coin- iniinity Serxice Internship run by Social Studies teacher Dee llandspicker, Shakespearean Players. SOS 81 THE SPACE FILLERS CLUB l ! l 1 l i 1 r l L i fx l 5 4 i ' QQ S r, i i I rl Q 1 T l x 0 T J i l l, N , M --sfi S g wg lu S Ky 1 , The Space Fillers Club founded on l S l e l ,,4' 7 February 22, 1984 is a new club based on in ' X Mix X f an old philosophy, Activities this year Q C gn H ' included anxiously awaiting deliveries , T Ricwf Q from photographers, frantically sifing Q lg ' ri l , through piles of rejected photos and ' L Q lxxtbyl special late night sessions at members' ill.. houses. Prerequities for membership are ls, bi N patience and a loud voice. A' ' A U ,NX lf, R' , T a', "A""'- L 8 sw. - ,um I n ys QQ? ll . I W' 0 M 'Giga i.'l',E S.TrO.P.- the Student Teacher Orga- nization for the Prevention of Nuclear War- served this year, as in past years, as a source of education on nuclear war and arms. They met once a week as a forum for those concerned with nuclear war and arms build-up. They organized l'ebruary's Nuclear Education week, as- sembling speakers, films, and performers on nutlear sublects. S.T.O.P. is evidence that high st bool students care about and can afilrgtr the future. First row' Mack Truck, Mick Alobe, Moose Head. Second row: Ida No, Bud Weiser, Hot Dog,joe Schmo, Suzy Bull O'Nee. S.T.0.P. . ' ::uas::,:mvs.w.y..m.:i ,Q,.z.,,1s,imff:.mn1 Firsr row Scott Glickman, KD I,c-ka, Nancy Croft, Kate Whitbecl-c, Second row: Brian Bryan, Bjorn Davis, Chris Delulio. Matt Erlich, Ben laebman, Pablo Silva 82 The Space Fillers Club, STOP i ii ,l l l i l i i . ip-ee l l , , aff SPEECH TEAM 'Ns' L 1 's X. iw r 5 Qfps elf, -ff MJ' A Wm , First row. Lisa Winn, Sarah O'Brien, Sarah Idleson, Emily Dolbear. Second row Vera Schiller, Laura Kubzansky, Toni Lupu-Sax, Marguerite Whitejudy Bard. Third row Chris Giorgi. Lisa Schultz, Debbie Waldciirli, Suzy Yevens Fourth row Lynne Montague, Lisa Ahmed, Aaron Leventman, Thea Brandfon, Rochael Grabowsl-ci, Margi Zohn, ..-fest, . , Ag.-ff7'Qj7Ti"'K"'f "" " xiii ..,.."2.l'?ae,f:.5 The Speech 'lieam competes in tic Massachusetts I'orensics League Cori- trary to popular belief, the speech team does not congregate for the sole purpose of babbling lusuallyl. but is dedicated to honing the art of public speaking 'lihe members attend tournaments niorithli. where students competed in any or twelve Categories. 'lihey performed cut- tings from plays, poems, previously de- livered speeches, and and adult and chil- drens literature. There were also com- petitors in informal debate, original ma- terial and extemporaneous spontaneous speaking. Many of the members were active in NNHS theatre, speech being an excellent discipline for prospective ac- tors and actresses. Included in their vast repertory of intellectual activities, were numerous annoying fund-raisers and pre-planned periods of complete hyste- ria. Meetings were held during Thursday X-blocks in the humble abode of their advisor, Lynne, Montague. TECHNICAL CREW ,ravi 1- 'T C s -24 42 aa :ii "Na . JAH lhe technical crew ran the technicai "4-'sch . aspects ol .ill tlieatrical productions .it lNewton lNorth. lliex built sets. carried 44' -JS props. moppecl floors and ran lights to add to the stxlc and smoothness ot the plays and musicals. lhe .iudio-xisual branch ot the technical crew toolc care ol the equipmente running and running with it throughout the school. mmm 940.-9' WWA 5' 53223 Front row, Matt Lawry, Chris Ford, lan Lamont, Fred Malouf, Michael Malouf. Back row jamie lferner, Stefan l3ec'lxer.'lLric'1.1 lhlaloul, Krista Murphy, Thea Brandfon. Advisors Karl Reinke, joe Ryan. I I l 1 Speech Team, Technical Crew 83 For the first half of the year, students in Transition met A and B block to discuss philosophical and social issues, and attend classes for the rest of the day. They left school mid -year to Complete three modules of three to four weeks each. In the first, the social service module, students worked at places from the Boston Food Bank to the jackson Homestead. The second was the urban modules, and participants worked in the city for experience. The last, the occu- pational module, gave students a chance to try out a job they might be interested in, in the future. For all modules, the students worked nobly albeit unpaid. Students in Transition sold Christmas wreaths, T-shirts, sweat shirts, candy, pins, notebooks and earrings in their shop on Main Street. The money they raised helped pay for their wilderness trip to Maine and helped defray the cost of the large amounts of tea and coffee they consumed. This was Transitions last year. The pro- gram, which was established as a service to students who wanted a taste of life after high school before high school ended, closed because a lack of enrollment and funds. The Tiger's Loft is a program which enables students interested in the culinary arts to attain experience in cooking and working ina resteraunt atmosphere. Run by home economics teacher Bill O'Neil, the students work in their cafe "The Tigers Loft", located on the third floor in Barry house. The students of the program also cooked and served the meal at the music departiiients Opera Night. 84 Tranny, Tiger 's Loft TRANSITIO f4Y'!' ' ,.1.. ulffs ln- s ' iw.. X A3622 First row: Richie johnson,june Namias, Will Caldicot, Greg Friedman, Second row Dan Brotmamjennifer Dustin,-joe Kennedy, Lisa Tessman, Muffy Becker, Rich Downey. Third row' Monika Port, Amy Carey, Babe Kelly, Hilary Grothe, Sophia Ahmed, joline Frenchette. Fourth row. Marcia, Debbie Otter. Fifth rowi Tricia Foster, Foster Lin, .- aiiamsmmm-s'Mmm.1 .A 'tryin aaa my .1 A- s a TIGER'S LOFT Sw .M-2 4,,,, ci N Q, fd fi, Ifirst row Michael Delgiizi, Kim Holman, Stacy Landucci, Richie Ma7zola,jimmy Caruso, Kappy D'llaire, Rene White, john Daly, Gerard Murray, Mike Boivin,'lon Levens. Second row' Dwayne Hicks, Sam Heespelink, Mike Simmons, Mike Murphy, Terry O'Brien, Adam johnson, Paula Poillucci, Ann Caira, Mike MacDougall, Andrea Tarsi. 'L .1 l l- ,- nv: vs ,v f ' sffh i -W . Q ,W ,f,1,fs1 -inf f 1 ' fggiifriwfif '21 .1 2 I, 11 . -ww, ,A X?" I -N' X Nl in 8,7 --.......-.- I A! '1 i L Tl 4? lf. K , f f x? K ,k :lx U f O 4 u 'Sv ,,.-w, 3' ,f-, W Wa. 1. uw' J ff 2 ,pw . -g' f 7' F - N., y x - gf,- n ' v ,ff gf!" . 'Vw 'sl , 1 ' I Q ' vx-I-I x p K we-Ex L 1 . . , . N r 'jj '51 5 'r "1 if , sf-wg: Q9 If Ms x lg .A , 1, . . nz" 'f ,5 A , it 2 ' ' w 1 me - X." n fi' g ' v. 1 w- 5x I S. avi?" , .,........- dum ,,, X... 86 Depa nm en rs 'ff ff ff!" 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Sifi ' 'lm 5 rm vp-TE-ijsg Q wif Y ,.,,, dn-1 rjilflfml W nn wi 0 K ' f iggff: 5532? fig F2 ijfff I f iii S S fr ""' LSSS fn' 31 ' 5f?ff?52gS??i?-?g?+f 5 S 1:5 Lfii i' 1 W 1: Zrw. mu .121 P-r xmm rw 'f95iiS51-? S-E151 iff if ' ES 5 S2 55515 7551 , yn lm- Im Em mn? rx-na aw. Pvr shall hw L53 , 7 i m urge-zwn-gfnrs: nova "ind if 'Qrmu Y R., H '-""' A H I , Y YY x A ..v 4,1 S V r 151 Ei-:sg-. 1,-fifiiff fi I-F17-Til Q4 5 L, ig GR ,, i:f?j'g ,155 ' if' 11 QS S-JJ S W A H -2 QQ... 1. a 1 1 f s 4 I I 1 1 ...aiu Depa rtm en ts 8 " er gf Qgzwg bd S. 88 Art MIK .f fx ' J Q .4 a N W W PW' . av- mv- xl 1' uw It 1 5 Q 5 ., .Y 5' "HMC u-...., .L 6-. 'v NN I P i K ! im -454- ,Q if? ,te fir T M. -sa!! s V gif? "ff'x'l,ftl - sa s I A V, 5 , ag 'L " , N fd 3 5 Q fig! JI, 1 :I1,' -. ",, T 'Q . i ' Zwzzm 1 lit! Ts'i 0' 'f..Zi,f 2 i 11' Wifi. T." " ' sy: -if 'I' if r 5 1 ? I f I if K 7 L A. t 'if' X Q T' 1 , swyffyya . ., , M y . y , 3: ' 'gi22.,, f f f - ' .1 'iif""' V- ' ,' V' gg nfs A- ar .iaxvils F .1 1 "i'i'jff ' 7 -3 ' if .71 f 5 " ff K 1 k v 'gift 55, ' f ' n w V 7, .1 I ' 1 , vit' - f V ' Ext A 'MQ .' R x. . ' Q 7' fl " W Q' a .1 iyyx! is N' if ' YW ,gr'L"flf3f 1 if l UQ! A sy, 3'-"'7'32 i' f ' 'fins .+V J ' , il? M A , ..,. , .4 as V. VI ' , Y. 3 Y-:fri Qs. ,gi Q' Q' ART The Art Department stretches through two houses on the fourth floor, gently edged in electric Beals green and glowing Barry yellow. Students run through busily washing brushes or tools or hands, or sit at the tables creating. The walls are papered with paintings and drawings, and pottery and sculpture line the shelyes by the door, This year the department, which offers classes from painting to ceramics to photography, added two new teachers-Olivia McCul- lough and Sandra Truant- and the new vision of freshmen stu- dents. The Visiting Artist Program continued, bringing .1 sense of reality to the possibility of a career in the visual arts, lfour artists came with exhibitions of their life and works. On Opera Night invlanuary, students from the Studio Art class took on the roles of great artists- painters Picasso, Dauniier and Cezanne were seen working and speaking with the visiting public, The art scholarship fund held two of its sales which h.ix'e been described by department head Daveda Moyitz as "sometimes like .1 bazaar and sometimes like Filene's Basement," Tlie sales gn e students a chance to walk away with an original work and supply funds for scholarships for several students continuing education in the visual arts. But the classes in Art Department are not only for the career- minded. Said Ms. Moyitzi "More and more. people realize that art is part of a full education." Arrb9 CONCERT CHOIR "Concert Choir is my greatest satis- faction," said director Ray Smith, of his "perfect community" of singers. The group is a melting pot ol talents, tem- perment and experience with a common love of singing and performing. llnder Smiths direction, the concert choir has mastered peices usually con- sidered too difficult for a high school level vocal group. They performed a re- petoire which encompassed songs from "Steam Heat" to Ilaydens "Pauke- messen on their exchange with Old Beth Page High School in Plainview New York. Their schedule of school and community concerts climaxed in their performance at Graduation. The choirs accomplishment and suc- cess are due to co-operation, "More sharing and hard work is done here than any other place in the school," said Smith. "The talented help and less talented but they also learn from them. lt is a two way street." OCAL The Vocal Ensemble is Newton l'Yorth's freshman choral group. They have a rich, lively sound and perform difficult pieces with apparent ease. Vocal Ensemble was created out of need to provide the new body of fresh- man singers with an opportunity for more specialized vocal training. The pace remained vigorous with extra atten- tion set aside for the development of younger toites, 90 Concert Choir, Vocal Ensemble Q 5353, me ug .W W 23 Kim Aransky, Polly Armsby, David Barnes, David Boswell, Elizabeth Cohen, David D'Alleva, Chris Gardner, Chris Giorgi, Peter Goldfinger, ' Rachel lleckscher, Vickie Kinsey, Mark Lane, Gus Lawrence, KD. Leka, Linda Lin, Kay Mann, Gina Mazzola, Krissy Mclsaac, Matt Milner, Pam Mosher, Larisa Murphy, Tamar Myers, Sarah O'Brien, Chris Perrygjessica Roseman, Ceila Savitz, Linda Schnall, Lisa Schultz, Michol Sullivan, Sarah Tale, jennifer Teig, jenna Ware, Gareth White, Saul Wisnia, Dianne Yoffe, Kim Abrams, jane Aronson, Marcia Berry, Raquel Boswell, Rebecca Boswell, Chris Brunton, Marlorie Brody,jodi Brown, Maria Caira, Marc Chao, Isaac Cohen, Sherry Cohen, April Cowirrjenny Day, Chris Deluliuo, lillen Dickey, Michelle Doyle, Mike Dunbar,-jamie Eerner, Chris liraize, Sue Gerson, Matthew ' Gleason, Paul Gregorian, Elisabeth Herman, Dwayne llicks, Sarah ldelson, Kim Ingham, Diana Karthas, Beth Klavens, Elizabeth Locke, Amy Lope1ACeperigjosephine Louie, Matt Malloy, William Mark, Brian McCabe, Evan Michelson, Tiffany Moore,jeanette Paquette, Tlna Rosenthal, jennifer Samuels, Peter Schaefer, Elizabeth Scott, Precious Smith, Ricardo Serur, Silvia Staulo, julie Subrin, Emily Tafe, jane Walsh,julie Wangler, jessica Wheelock, Bob White, Andrea Witt, Renee Yazbeck, Marjorie Zohn. f e s .nv-1 ex .as-e-.,w :- : ,mae-ivimni ENSEMBLE ' 'WY f' ta at are-as---we-.,,, Ei l N . get is s f 1 IO' A 1 -'EE'-1 '15 L 1 .ll -1 4 vin X ---"i 'Q , and ' k lin - Airy ru fn V ...fa- 3' P197 new Margery Armsby, Kyra Borre, Leanne Coyle, Rhonda Croxen, Sharra Davidson, jennifer Devore, Orlando Dimambro, Leslie Dimella, Deborah lirietlen, Carla Goldberg, Anne Guterman,jennifer llolst, Mikejaillet, Karen Kaufman, Carol Kinas, Rebecca Kodis, jessica Mosher, Marie O'Brien,julie Ott, Evelyn Perry, Adria Prosser, Sion Rakov, Sheila Randolph,julie Ross,jennifer Sclar, Daphne Sculin, Susan Shein, lleather Smith, jennifer Stern, Leslie Stone, Rachel Wilson, Rebecca Wood. F MILY S GERS We are laiiiilx - a sf,-lfgf' vocalists, hlending their xoiius Li. full, ricli sound, lar-atlyanu,d lor 'ri ages Talented seniors and yi.i:.iors 'H together liour Ilfl'lL'S a xueei. dialer 1 relentless direction ol lianirioial srrmi The lfainily Singers are cleclicared ro voices, the music they perlioriii. and other. The quality ol the sound tht", produce is their reward. Family performed in mans, puhlir. concerts this year including Winterfest and Pops Night, In a unique Renaissance Setting, the lfamily Singers performed scenes from operas spanning three cen- turies at Opera Night. They also sang in memorial forthe soldiers killed in Teha- non at City Hall and for Mara Zall-4. a 1985 Newton North graduate who died tragically during the year. The highlight of the school year was I"amily's trip to Munich, Germany with the orchestra where they performed their extensive re- petoire including Raclirnaninofliis Aye Aflaria and Helig. in the music capitol of the world. Injune, they hosted students from the Ludwig gymnasium. The ex- perience was invaluable, The Sisters, a select group of iunior and senior girls. made the stage come alive with song and choreographed dance. They radiated excitement in their modern numbers from I'lf.1S,l1J.1Ils.'c' to Afoondance. The new energy and polish was due in part to their director. Ricls Travers. new to the Newton North Mu- sic Department. His Hair for iazz was apparent in the Sisters' quality xocal sound. The Sisters' talent and dedication was apparent in every Performance. The Sisters performed in 'lan Night to a standing-room-only audience in the little Theatre. The caharet setting and authentic iazz hand hacked the soloist and group numhers making the success- ful night thoroughly enioxahle. Family. Sisters 91 -l I CONCERT BA The Newton North Concert Band is open to anyone in grades 9-12, who is interested in playing challenging instru- mental music without the added pres- sure more serious groups face. This year's seventy-member band played moderately difficult jazz pieces and show music. Although the concert band in general had less experience than a more intensive group such as the wind ensemble, the group etnbraced all sorts of musicians. to most serious. The con- cert bands schedule included Harvest- fair, XX'interfest, and Pops Night, as well as a tour of Toronto. Director Tom Leonard said: "Although there are dif- ferent levels of proficiency, the nice thing is that each person is in the group they feel most comfortable with." 2-:aff The Wind linsemble. Newton Norths "select" band, is composed ofover forty luniors and seniors and "a few excep- tionally advanced underclassmen that were ready to skip to a higher level." according to conductor Toni Leonard. This year, the wind ensemble boasted its routinely high showings in elite regional instrumental groups including the New lingland Conservatorys Youth Chamber Orchestra and the Massachusetts Youth Wind lfnsemble. l,eonard started the year with music he categorized as 'fvery difficult" and then progressed to the "most difficult wind literature available." The Wind En- semble played everything from classics to ran to show music. l,eonard said he put a "much higher demand on mem- bers of the wind ensemble to assert tlieniselves musically because the group is one of Northis most sophostieated .iiiil serious Tlie Xlviriri lfnsenible was in fact a :lass that 'net loot times a week in prep- .iratioii ltvi rbi .mnual Harvestfest, Wfin- terlest .intl l'-ry-s Night concerts, as well .ts l4PIll'S til lfif'-iiiii .itltl UIDSKLIIL' New wytiflx. 92 Concert Band, Wind ,Ensemble ul..- te wwf? " U x ,L if ,, Members fathy Albanese, l.eAnn Anderson,-leannine Aucoin,'lohn Bewick, Alexa Boorstein, Kim Bussy, Sherie Davis, Roland Davis, Ed Diver,'lohn Fiske, Susan Flosdorf, Peter Ford, Mart Gardner, Alexander Clussman, Tammy Goedlyen, Ari Handel, Ciaroyln Hartog, Tiffany - Heanue. lillen Hinteregger, Daniel Kalafus, l,oralee Kapp, firm Kiley, Ian King, Harry Kniznil-t, Simon Kopacf, William Korman, Ben laebman, Amy Lloyd. Chris Malenlanr, Dayid Mann, Kim Melanson, Lawrence Mini, Donne Morrissey, Kathleen Mullen, Kristin Murphy, Andrea Passavant, Kenneth Quinlan, Maureen Quinlan, Melissa Quintiliani, TflIl.ll5l.'Ill Rosenfeld, Tom Rutledge. Aaron Sachs, Halil Sachun, Steven Sampson, liuisa Sanrilli, fhrisrine Sharp, Nessy Shems, flilabeth Shiclx, Sharon Silya,-lulia Smith, Silvia Staulo, l,eAnne Stew.irt,'leff Swett, Sandra Tamburinni, Russel Ward, Ann Wexelblatt, l-nc Wilson, Tony Scipiontgvlenna Roberts . 1.12, P I i R WI D ENSE BLE 9 T il .am 's fs x .I . J Z 4 -E?- X ,L Members fhutk Albanese, Suzanne Aucoin, David Boswell, lflilabeth Cohen, Shara Davidson, Pippa Hamann, -lohn Harrison, john! Hartman, Matt Hauser, l.aura Heiss, Nuala Horlsan, Dan Horowitz, David Kantar, David Kessler, Nick l.eary,'leff laebman, Sherry I.irtle.l fhris l,owe, Peter MacDonald,-lolm Montgomery, Paul Nobile, Marc Hlsson, Dan Parmenttrf rang Patrick, f hris Perry, l.isa Prosserulosb Roseman, lirie Saltlman, C indy Sifltnger, Milye Solomon,-Timmy Staley, Doria Tamburrini, Milne Thomas, f raig Turner, Hen Xveiss, Robbicl A Young, Steyen Yfohn, fhris Pachtis, Michelle Doyle, Robin Oxman, Andy Zimmerman l 'I ll . y ,B JAZZ E EMBLES Newton North is liflfllllrdtt' iw 1 i Q 1 1 ty 4 4 li, . the ahility to support Iwi: full' ian Cf fl 43, . serrihles. Une rrret weekr, on luesci. and was made up, hy audition, or tie most talented junior and senior ian triu- sicians at North. The other er'iserr'ihle met during thursday X hlocks and was open to any interested instrumentalist from grades 9 through IJ. The latter was more Casual whereas the former played more difficult pieces. Both hands plat jayz from the 50's to the present in a regular schedule of hand performances as well as in the newly founded Ilan Night". This concert, which was in con- juction with the Sisters, was called "a success" by director Tom Leonard. The setting, the mood and the music worked 'b together to make the start ol' an event my ga.. 1 Q-. which hopefully will become annual. lun V for everyone. Inderclassman knsemhle Doug Allen.-lustin Iieech. Alex I'love,,lohn Chen, Naney Croft, Chris Cushing, l'd Diver,-Iirnrny lilgart Ilarry Kniznik, Barry Logan, Chris Malenliant, Ilan Schmidt, Nessy Shems, Gil Shneorson, Ari Szymanski Matt Gardener llppetclassmen Ensernhle Brad Dryer, Daxid I,idsl-ey, Brian Idmonston, Chuck Alhanese.,Iohn llarrrson, Daxrd Kantar, Sherry Iattle, Chris l.owe, Marc Olsson, Craig Patrick, Chris Perryvlosh Rosenian, Iiric Saltiman, Mike SHlHl'TIlIII,'llITIIIlX Staley, Craig Iurner, Rohhie Young, Chris Pachus. Andy Zrmmermanulohn Mullen. 2, 3 According to its conductor. liric Ben- jamin, the IOP-42.-195-44 orchestra was "al- most defiinitely the hestf' in his eight years at Newton North. It mmf only was the largest orchestral group in recent years, hut also carried depth in all sec- tions. "There were more than a couple ot tem' capahle players. 'Iihere were some outstanding individuals and some other ahoye average players." Un Flip ol' that. the group "worked well together, 'l'here's a nice feeling in rehearsalfi I5eniamin's main prohlem. in tact was heing "afraid ol' picking music that as UNI easy. I try to pick music that s de- manding and challenging." ilihrs tear the orchestra played everything from liar roque Bach, to the modern Martino. ex- posing the memhers to a wide xarietx ot IIILISIC. ' Ilighlights ol' the tear included .1 tour ol' Munich, Germany and a performance ol Verdis hig noisy romantic piece. Giovanni ITArco, which met with I huge response" at hoth Ilarxestliair and Upcra Night. "I think theyre challenged hx interesting music." said Iienianiin Irie groups a lot of tiun this year, It really relates well with itself," Memhers Eric Belsley, Noah Chasinjon Ivry, Tina Iaeu, Linda I.in, Nirvana Shaw, Phil Stockton, Mark lane, Shelli Segal, Det kt Mander. l Marie Scheihert, Dehhie Steinherg, Amanda btehhins, Rani Sellers, Michael Yin, Kristin Miller, Chris Lowe, Polly Arrnslwx, Resin Murphy, Steven Zohn. Cindy Silhnget, I.isa Prosser, Hiyaheth Cohen, David Boswell, -john Montogomerx, lien Weiss, Peter M.icl3onal.l, lush Orchestra' azz Ensenlhlcb Rosernan. Chris Perry. Andy Zimmerman, Marc Olsson I l I 'Y W 1 ,eff W. ffl'-'fhi' 2 ,9 4 pul- 'Q .. 1 .FQ lil ' ... x N aff. - ,1 nm. . V 1 The Technical-Vocational Department winds through the first fToor, trail- blazed by murals and large lettering. The tech-voc program completely pre- pares a student to begin his or her career directly after high school. The department, which also offers career counseling, has a one hundred percent job-placement rate. A A student involved in the tech-voc program can major in Refrigeration, Automotives, Auto Shop, Electronics, Graphic Arts, Machine Shop, Metal Fabrication and Carpentry. A major demands one thousand hours of shop time spread over two years. Tech-voc students divide their time between shop and academic courses. In addition to vocational majors, the deparment offers alternative programs such as Visual Communication and Fundamental Engineering. These electives provide enough knowledge and skills for entry-level employment. Most work is hands-on in the shop and few lectures are given. The tech-voc department, has an advisory committee including the heads of major compan- ies which are related to the department. ..f.wrwgLih V fii X X fi' ,fx fy Ziff '-giisn 8 fi I 'fibr- n ix lil li 'x "' . 5' M MA Tech- HJC 95 45,- fv- ,,nd' N.-.- -4 I - -fi 1 96 K, . 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GB Y ,ann is f' 1 aa 'ff Dy r XT' nigh 'bf 1 J-Q . nu -- we Wg, 'Ihe hop truss country team was reemering from the lms nt their life blood the powerful, experieneed seniors of liist xetir, In distance running, atheletes need the development of ix pmvhigh- Sfhool hcidyg runners who were physiegilly U10 young twin Yearu 3211+ are just beginning to reach their prime ntiw. Their 5-2 record, however, is hy no means dibgraeeftxl iir dis- heartenin Y, The team had 'rent enthusia5m and must im tirmnth. 2- A M th P put in 21 great deal of efturt. Wiiiit they lacked in age and ptiwer. they more than made up for in inomle. Boys' Cross Counrqs' 103 , ff I V! w 1 ' 5 W 1 Ii M as A-fa w A, V ffhkf f 40 f f"".-vga. Il 5 ki . ab , g L , V , Qauvarrn 1: S W f ' 5 ' A 5 ' , .A K, , 4, A 4 xl' N 'Y A.. ' V ' fi: Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Record 24 Brockton , 18 Cambridge . 35 Brookline , . 29 Waltham . . 17 North Quincy 36 Quincy ..., K firmly 104 Girls' Cross Country rw !1 Y' AW: J, A351175 if 'UH 'B xml Grrls' Cross fountry Back Row l.aurrc Prlla, Drcdrc O'Rc-nlly, Maureen Qurnlan, Kerry O'Rc1lly, Mary Borneman, Peter Martin lcoach lirrrnr Row Kam lnglwarn, Valcruc llolrn-1-s,jcnnrl'cr Slack, Laura Locke Mrssmg julre Fitzgerald. Sl, -105.5 GIRLS' CROSS COU TRY 'firm F ga ' . I- 5,4 I . Q ' QQ L4 gg if JW, f . 1- ' V " -, Q2 ' if f Q -, I I ti, . Ji, if ,.,+. 6 xi rv' '1 U 'i I 1, The Girls' Cross Country Team finished the season with 21 3-3 season. The members developed greatly throughout the year, and by the end of the season, had come back to defeat all but one of the teams they had previously lost to. The "abnormally small" team depended heavily on the under- classmen, who according to coach Peter Martin, did a "super iobf' Senior Laura Locke, in her first year as a cross country runner had an especially outstanding year, consistently helping the younger runners. Girls' Cross Country' 109 Newton f . Newton , , . Newton . , Newton . , Newton . . . Newton . Newton . . . , Newton , , . Newton , Newton . , . Newton f . Newton , Newton . . Newton . . Newton , . . . . R4-Eeord Newton South .. . , 3 Bedford .,.. . , . 0 Wayland . . . . 5 Westtnn ,,.. , , . , 4 .. ..,-1 Lincoln Sudbury ACton Boxlworo S ConCord ,..... , . 1 Newton South . . . . . O Bedford ..,. . . . 0 Wayland ..... , . . 4 Weston ,..t... . . 5 Lincoln Sudbury , . .. 3 Acton Boxboro . . 2 Concord ..... . . , 0 Brookline . . . . 0 .'...-un Q l vi: 'i 'Q' '1 A Q 1 l 9,-v ...- A l -'21, 'xii 2-73 956+-3. 31451, ,am -. ff . , lu ltl llf lf L.: g l '4 tw Ill we-, Ill ml N:-lug, lien ht-l lletltxther Mldtlle Row 'lLlllL'3UllIlfl,T3f3 ITCHCY,lillS3lldl'7l2,flJI'l, Del1l1lel,aredo,Rolwln Snlver, l,t1a 1, liwxvrzrlml llrrl llfzx .-l',,1ve: ll.1ltHl.1tl ' 1 XX lrrnln fflt r N1 tx l Nllwrrg Kelly M.ltMurmy, Sherry Llttle, Cathy XX'e1t1, l,lllLlL.l I,tn llxldlnldgtffl 4 --,r tl. ffm: ,t 106 Field Hockey It-lm Nutz, Stephanie Bower, Honey Blonde, l,lI1Lld llegnrty, lmaum Gonnermtan, lillen Breslau, Sally l Y 9 Q ' 4' ' in W , -., A. '19 - at 5 . I . SV ., mi ,egg mu iii! ty., i l r r ,' , In recent years, field hockey at Newton North has become a forgotten sport. In rival cities Weston and Wayland. field hockey is as important as soccer is at Northg in Newton. many varsity members are first and second-season players who start as late as junior or senior year. This year's field hockey team, however, hustled on the field, striving for goals and excitement instead of notoriety. The 1983 field hockey team enjoyed its best season in recent years, finishing with a 3-O-5 record in the competitive Dual County League. "We've gained the respect of other teams." said coach Celeste Myers. "We showed that we could hold our own." The members ofthe team, according to Myers "had a strong sense of self. "They believed in their ability to do well and were not intimidated by the opposition." The determination to do well was most intense in graduat- ing players. Seniors Ellen Breslau, Laura Gonnerrnan. Sherry Little, Debbie Laredo, Miriam Tuchman and co-captains Diana Selig and Rachel Heckscher. Myers stressed the teams pride in Dual County League All-Star honorable mention. senior Cathy Wietz. With promising players including leading scorer Stephanie Bower, the defensernen Tara Tieeney.Celi.1 S.iXlfY..lL1llCSLIDYIII and Sally Weltinan, the team finished in good spirits which Myfers hopes will carry over into next year. Field Hoclxes 10 ...mn Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton 14 RCCOrd 6 6 8 17 6 30 14 ...47 ir 'wb 1. Z' 1 ,og Natick . Medford , No. Quincy Brockton Quincy .. Leominster Cambridge Malden .. Walrham , Brookline H5 A1 NN I' 4 'l .4 WWI uk 'wa ...,, Y if -2... f tp -3-4 I I 9' 5 05 38 is ' x ,X ,, ,, w 1 , lltuflmll lf l4ttlt,.v.1-.fr .loltn ll.lrr1son,'l'om Rutledge, Gary Kennedy. Rnd Row' Aram Bazarlam, Bobby Fanning, Mike Cater, Dana Fraktman, Brian Corrigan, Tom Grady, Steven O Bnen Bull ll' lfv F' ont Row VldIllC'Sf2L1ll'lD, Chris Santeusamo, Dano Maye, Mark Coppola, Peter Weltzman,james Walker fco-captainj, Kevin Blake lco-Captainkjimmy Caruso Tom , is l- ,ftl IM-.tt It, I-tl 'Vale Grd Row Tom Ilaltgandroylohn Morrusey, Robert Davrsulohn Carpenter,Chr1s Bercury, Steve Anthony, Greg Rutan, Howard Haywood Steven lb 'U f I my fn- ,ll lm-vs ltlt Row Holt Nlt'Cullougl1,R1Cl1arn.l flall1n,0tanroNlar1ono,AlexDcnuCCl,Br1.mllealey,-lol1n"Ru5ty"llalloran,BaCk Row Chris Rutan Greg Iarson lkrmrn yltitrlrl, .Tllxnrmyy lllllx Norwoo tl l 1 Us , "",1n,,isfv F ry ...ggi , -'Qi J Q-Q Q ra. f--1 -. .-em .-.- - . l '1 ' . TL 2+ . . ,-Y .. , 'V sr, , iblx' '-.--m -X A 1'1 ' -' ' if I 15: U Gu .1 . .- . 5 K ,pl E ,V . . , .. f.AidL.av .. . , 1: , 1 . , als' :mis ' " . . . bv -1 ,iq-.jig . Q - .ga-45 in , , - " FOOTBALL The football team finished its season at 5-5, a perfect record atnortlirrg to wi philosophy of former principal Richard Mechem. Coatli Norrriarr Waller respects Mechem highly, agrees that with this even retord the tearrr learner ff from its wins and losses. Walker Credits the team with steady improvement and great tourage. The t1 f said Walker, never shied away from the challenges. "Everyone Carried and developed the team," said Walker, "All the plgr' ers ' strong personalities, morals, and sense of humor." The young and inexperienced team was however, home to six Suburban lxsag All-Stars, including senior co-captains Kevin Blake and jimmy Wallzer. The defeat at the hands of rival Waltham was particularly heartbreaking because. according to Walker, Newton outplayed their opponents but lost the game. 'll.is was, however, over-shadowed by the triumphant Thanksgiving Day game. During that, the last game of the season, Newton out-hustled and defeated Brookline. This season marked the end of an era- the Walker-coached Newton North football team. Said Walker: "In the twenty-five years I've coached football in Newton. the one .-Sw - . -s w 12 u V thing I've always tried to accomplish was to get the kids to work and never quit. ,I if Kiki: "The biggest thing I preached was to hold your head up high and keep a positive l 4, ' ,gps g',"f.f.57egQ attitude. If you win, be humble and thankful the game went your way, And if you Fgltlfk .Eiifffg lose, maintain your pride and try to get the next one. 56559 3 ff, "I've never veered from this objective." ' K 'yjfrf "r, f ' 1 1 ' . La, . . s'f',LsfN5':Wli QT l'agQfW'iJ5ip:.ifs 15411, Q,,f?i-QW 7 - has ' "t..'4.' if 'Ip-41x '34 i. Kifbzsfsi T58 H. .V W NJA Q Q T Ib 2 2 inf - I ' . i VY: J, ' sw X ' 'Ll ' 4-'iz af 'X ' . 4 "f f-' T ' 14 - 'Q 1- A a vim :Wal ' '- - Q -f4""' va n? 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This year, the Suburban League switched from medal-play which is scored based on the total number of strokes taken in a nine-hole match, to match-play lscored hole-by-holel. The match method is more competitive for the Leagueg before it went into effect, according to coach jack Nevillle, the Newton North Team had little trouble winning most of their matches. The Golf Team finished its season with an impressive. nearlx' perfect 11-1 record. Golf 111 . ,. mai N K Ml.: 'J ff, Boy5 Qorcer Front Row Doug McGetthin Qteve Kasha Mike Dunbar Chris Pachus Noah Chasin Fernando Migliassi Te Broderitk Middle Row Iell Shtiber Phillip Mann Craig Patrick ose bpann Peter Bourland Andy White Kyle Schiller And . Shaver. Tim Morrissey. Back Row Peter Vasiliades lassistant coachj, Gary Scott, Artie Arron, Eli Berg, Andres DeParga, Davi I Vento, Peter Colbert, Donny Nataleulirnmy' Donovan, Roger Brown Ccoachl. if IQ . allfq 1' for W af" ll 125, 1 v 4 r tilt +iis:,,g, I 4 -we 1 ,fve- Newtori Newton Newton Nevvrviii Ntwroii Newton Newton Newton Nr wron Nt WYHH Ntwwtoiu Newton ,XilAVk'l'?Il Nl xxltlii Yr vtrfiii Nfl '.'.!i fri 3.1 mrtiii A. f it an 'P' ,' , 5 '9 I ' aztfliw ' ' QS mas- u 5 Z Z A 6 U 5 3 'w S o 1 2 ri o A O Record Newton South . Millirvrd ,v.. liroolilifw . . . North Quincy . Weymouth North Waltham ...,r Quiney . . Brockton . Cambridge .. Brookline .,.. North Quincy A Waltliatii r,... Quincy . . Brockton . Carnlvritlge ,. llrigliton .. Needlmin .. 0 .,0 ...O r..1 .2 ,.1 0 I 1 0 ..1 ..1 ..0 ..0 0 s ..2 ..l ,Q vQ,. ' 1- 'rw , iaitiv .gf fewrux,--f. v ,.' g"'Q"X'W I it E. 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'1-- s,xtr1:.f Q Wife' by Coach Roger Broun Twenty-four boys participated on the 11185 Boys' Varsity Soccer Team which finished the season with eleven wins. three losses and three ties. All three losses ended with scores of 1-0. The Tigers had to settle for second place in the Suburban League when the last regular game of the season against Cambridge ended in a scoreless tie, giving the Cantabs the league championship bi' one pont. The team did qualify for the state tournament where they defeated Brighton 3-2 in the first round. In the quarter finals top- rated Needham scored in the final minutes of the game to defeat an inspired Tiger squad 1-0. llighlights of the regular season included two exciting away games with first place implications involved. On October 11 Newton domi- nated Cambridge and came away with a S-1 win. The Tigers traxelled to rival Waltham's field October 26 and battled to a 1-1 tie in an intense. emotional contest. The Tigers were characterised by a "total-team" concept. with all players contributing to to the successful season. Co-captains Nlllse Dunbar and Chris Pachus were excellent leaders on and offthe field as Newton North displayed an aggressive defense that held its oppo- nents to 11 goals during the entire season, while the offense scored so Individual honors went to league .ill-stars Cihris ljaclius. Xlilse Dunbar, Fernando Migliassi and Steve Kasha. BfJ'l'c9' Soccer' 113 K l ee: emi 2+ 4 . Record Newton 1 Wellesley . Newton Z Brookline . . Newton 6 No. Quincy Newton 6 Weynrouth No. . .. Newton 3 Waltham , . . Newton 3 Quincy . , Newton 5 BroClct0n . Newton 7 Cambridge . . Newton 5 Brookline . Newton 3 No. Quincy Newton . . . 1 Weymouth So. . . - - 1 Newton . .. 8 Waltham .,.. 4- 2 Newton . . , 1 Quincy , . - - 0 Newton . .. 4 Brockton . . . 0 Newton . , . 2 Cambridge . . . - - 0 Newton . ,. 2 6 fa 384 Q cheek. Girls' Stu tt-r lronf Row Lista Prosserxjacltue Kinsella, Kathy McGuire, Tina Rosenthal, Dawn Fitzpatrick, Middle Row. Cheryl Hagarululie Wilgort-ri,-janet Wtill-,t-r, llelvlwit- W'1lgoren,Tlr11 Klianjean Vendlce, Anne Meng, Mara Melangal1s.Back Rowi Barry Howland lcoach l, Kristen lluglies, Mary Reinol-ls, fnrolt' Ventura, Carolyn Natale, Susan Quinn, Ellen Shapiro, Stephanie Koontz, janet Burke, Brett Banker. N! QKWQ 9 v 7 'Q 114 v O bow- s ., NF . X 'J' 2 A . .Je " e . n 'v . 3' 'ht ...Ani GIRLS' SOCCER 'J 'S ' F- a- , Q .1 -Q' 2 " 1. 7 ia if A .K vfpsisgw. , ' A if . ,r X' ,v M X 1, A , ' ,, ' ' , . ' Q .. . , ', Q., . .3 'Y. il :Qi gill-M nga!! f ' f' 3 f is i 2 '...-:afQ'if'l'l'?:iAi Tff, 357, 5' Ln,---T' " ' 'wfisv SH-"th - ' :wax ,Y 4 x ,N ' "f, C is' "Z ..""'41-a.'sw2--'ew- " -sr. .Q X' ' f f' ffl' fahvfvi-t'11-"1 if 'frail Rftgivxw . 't 1 we v4.w'b1- Y Q t . My . 3 1.17, I' gh' vs?-,r ff Kid "' 'f 14f"5'5k, -M.s'V":'. ' '47 ,i 4 3533.45 2,3 Jfifmi. Ska if 1 " .M an "C: x ,K + ' F Q.. ,, 9'-RP' 1 -Pl 41-as "If you work hard, you get the rewards." The girls' soccer team, coached by the philos- ophy of Barry Howland, worked hard and was rewarded with an impressive 15-5 record. Howland. whom everyone Calls "Fuzzy "', said ' y that this years' team had more youth hut also more skill than in years past. He also said that he x treated all the players as equals. r "The kids have given me 110-H3 all the time." . I Fuzzy said. M. Howlands hard work- he has an incredihle U. is 100--1-4 record as a coach in tlie Suhurhan , A League and a 136-JU-o overall- was rewarded ,L -" , with the title ol' one ol' the Cfoaclies oli tlie Year ' I is -I f hy the Boston Glohe. llis success as a coach is 4' Jf due largely to his enthusiasm. ' Q t .41 J J "I enjoy it as mutlr as the lxidsfj lloyylands 6 gy v J XR team has won the league title ' out ol 8 years. and " .gay llowland is on the Newton Girls' Soccer Board - - ' ol Directors and the lfastern Mass Girls' Coaches L Association. Ut the award. Hl'.L1!ZXN said: sv lk rw "I think its an ayytul great honor." , ..,. 'SQWD'-Charm ag- - f 'fifiir 5 ' ,A .V ,I ,r 3, , f'-'56 " 16' Girls' Soccer 115 1 :Li b , 1, . C A sfldugql. I. , 51 Newton Newton N6wton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Record 110 115 113 98 59 H7 LX1 105 Weymouth South ,61 Quincy ,..t.,, 42 Cambridge ,..,. S7 Brookline ..... 711 Brockton .,., 115 W6y'rn41ut11 Ni1Yf11,fJ5 North Qulncy . 75 Walthtun ..... 66 1 1 F Msyw 1 1. , 1,1 , fg,wa gn ' Q91 X ..-. , JP! 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The team finished with a 1-15 season against a league ol' stronger, more seasoned players. The team depended heavily on underclassmen, and all the players contributed equally to the strengths ol' the team. Cradle expects that with experience comes success, and, in two years, she predicts: "They'll he a powerhousef' ibrreybarr 119 MWA ilu' FALL HEERLEADERS mm 7 N ani,-e sgagkwf 'img awww . ,au 4 ' we WM ,sau W -gf? w 5'5- 2 x '14, Cheerleading, when done right, looks effort- less, unrestrained and untiring, but is really based on hard work, talent and thought. The Newton North fall cheerleading squad Completely writes and Choreographs its own cheers and performs them at half-time shows and on the sidelines during football games. They are thosen for their poise, gymnastic ability and co- ordination hy a board of teachers and Coaches. 'lhe theerleaders inspire and motivate players to victory or raise their spirits in defeat. 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W 1 o Q: X Nc Q r., Record Lincoln -Sud bu ry Newton . . . 24 12 Newton . , . 44 Havefhiil , , , , 40 Newton .... 58 Quinch . .... 38 Newton ..., 48 Brookline ..,. 55 Newton .... 42 North Quincy . 24 Newton .... 39 Waltham . , 42 Newton .... S8 Brockton , . , 72 Newton .... 41 Quincy ...,., 49 Newton ,... 52 Cambridge . . . 64 Newton ,... 45 Brookline .... 53 Newton .... 55 North Quincy . 36 Newton , . . , 45 Waltham . . . . 41 . Q Newton . . , . 66 Brockton . . . 39 Z 2 ' ittgftlft A . 124 Girls' Bziskerball ,-anvil-' Q ITC," -A . me -4 .F 5 lg I T E '25 G 4 Q lt .,t 6 S I 5 R E S L S U52 Clrls'l51tskcthall from Row Nu.1l.n Horkan,BethMonahan,KathyMagu1rc,Midge Ccwnollyulacklt' frvnsclla. Buda R4DW'MlCl1d6l Fuyc fCt1aCl'1J,jr1yCe IDLAVIS GIRLS' BASKETBALL ' 1 Usxrntrl ft f-3 V -. n-I 'U 2 ., U' za U' ' f :- :.: I 1-1 .- ., fr U' fr Vi f'7 if, F1 :Q "1 FV 3 'rt :J rw 1: '73 in the league with players like Kathi' McGuire who is simply an excellent scorer." .icewrtling rn the Couch ol! one of the Tigers' rix.1ls, The Newton North Girls' l5.1sl4etlX1ll 'l'e.ini. while finishing with 11 2-IO reeiirtl. still lmd .1 cgnml season in one nl' the lit, nut the t-iugnest league in the state. Despite the liwsses. lllifll. wr which were tuugli, the te.un ewnsisferitln 1:11, proved and "never grim up tht .1 sttwui. some ul' the prcihleriis Lieetl ln :lit Ce.t!11 were Caused lui' ga luck ull xetemn plmers with exper- . , . y ience in pressure sltlhltliviis. Otnt rs were tlue to their eunipetitiiin: tht SL1l5LlflW.1Il league has pru- elueetl .4 Suite lfinnlist in Llifll ot' tht l.1st ten xe.1rs. The stmngest plmers, s.iiel cmicli fNlieli.1eE lfoye, were t'.1pt.iin Kathi McGuire. lilriiurhlgelxie Kinsella .intl soplimnure Cfarul Ventura. Girls' Basketball 125 Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Record Readxng ,.... 1 75.6 . ,,., 107.4 Braintree ,,..... 107.25 Frammgham No. Newton South I . , 104.4 1 ...91.3 Milton I . . . 96.5 Weilesley . . . . E .. 106.5 Brookline . ' . . . 105.95 Atdeboro . A . . 105.2 Methuen .... . . - . . . 97.7 Burlington . . . . . . ' . . . 100.85 LincolnfSudbury . . . 81.5 . 92.0 . 76.7 . 79.7 153.5 103.5 . 83.6 91.55 . 99.0 117.9 103.95 u'N 1' N fx ' v f ,- I.. SIH1lxIISfLldlhI Bohfluxnn Ianlouns ken H II I Sl I1 , 4 .n.n.1 rt l...n 1.1.1. J.-tt. ' 1 1- , 1 , . 5, ' A a cr, iflf H7mdD,jlJCIGf1fD Btnan fovc fa5s:st.1ntCo.xth 11.111 Row Hob XX 111-.ww MML. IS4nr11t,C1x1s SlX'tlk,Mlkt'M8L'IJlJUgdlI,'I1J11f1 Rcdmon,Ker1S1vverctl1.MisSln5, Rick lengcrmann Ivan Dre tr 126 Boys' Gymnastics ' i 5 ,N ,iw LI.. , 'xxx v P i s- f - --5. 6, , 1 ' I ' "Z 4 Ti ' 'M 4 fr. ' I inns' . uv Wh BOYS' GYM ASTICS 037 Witli only three memhers of last years team returning, the Boys Gymnastics Team did ex- tremely well this season, finishing third in the South League with a 6-S record. Coach David Simltins descrihed the voting team as a Hdeeli- cated group who works very well together... North's toughest competition were Braintree and Wellesley in two crucial meets. rlihex' defeat- ed Braintree forthe first time in thirteen tears hut eventually lost to Wellesley Coach Simleins claims the Tigers could hake won at least three ot the meets thex lost had Captain Ken llaller not injured liitliselli in the third meet, henching him for the rest ot' the season. However, llaller remained dedicated. .i all ol the meets and helping the Itlllffgtf Tftf' - . , V , 5 hers of the team. Sophonaire 'lotizi lxtezrhof' stood out in all exents, tspeciallx the liieir har, . Y, ., , , 1 Iuniors Ioel horn, Xlist Klael5oueal. and Ries lfngertnann also tarrntd the team. 'lihe spirit of this 'tears teani was exceleiit according to the toacli and captain. lwotu citttt . Y , benior lixan llrxei' and sophomore lan louis as excellent perlortners and team leaders. ililiex also mentioned speciallx assistant coach Brian Coxe who helped the team unitx. Alter this suttesstul season, the luox s Linz: nastics learn was proud to send the first teaiz. zz' lout wears to the state Itleef. Boys' Grrnnasrics IJ" Newt: Jn Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newrf mn Newron Newron Record 85.95 87.1 98.6 102.0 106.8 108.5 97.4 104.9 108.3 .961 107.8 110.8 Reading . . . . Lexington . . . Framingham , . N. Quincy . . . Newton South BruCktcm .... CnncordfCarlisle Wayland ..., Brookline . . . VVeymourh .... Qurncy . . , Wellesley 82.65 . . . 92.5 . , . 95.8 . , . 87.7 . , . 95.6 116.5 . 87.7 . 88.1 . 96.1 115.35 . 96.0 , 90.4 lwnr livsw Ikhlma Ruserrbuy, ln Laptaml Rachel lleckechcr Icnnxfcr Dias fcu Laptamb Debbie IKBI7 Mary Reynolds Kam: Segal Mrddle Row Karen Cullman ' rw-.vanr lam ln 1, Roscanna Muntnllu Lnny Inna Dahhnc Wxlgoun Lan Vcndms Honey Blundu Cheryl Gorfwonc Innda l1urw1r7 lxlra Porter Ln Lowney Chrxstrne lin M ml Ibn lr lk-lay lrfnn lml llaplx Row 1 ullany Hcanuc Mcllssa Huneman Ica Walker Marcus Plllflilfl Dyhbre Flneman Ill Schlller Nxkl Cradle Tammy Goedken .nr l r rl.: limxl, ldmrun Puplaxlx llhhy Richard Chrxxrlm Gran my 128 Girls' Gynlnastics 1' All -ww, C,x GIRLS' GYM ASTICS 1 :SKC X 5 xl . gif KL-. -s i 8w..v, T T25 The first four weeks of tlie girla gyrnnastio seasun were marked by several near misses and .1 Certain lack 0iw2lSSLlI'L1I1CC, but tlie tint uw n'ieet5 af-ter Christmas vacation merved aa a turning pwint. Ifroin tlien un, " said coach Dick Delay. 'itlie season was all downhill. We started reatliing the guals we outlined during nur first practicei a winning seasun, scoring 100 pwints nr mrwre at every meet, an injury liree season. eatli girl par- ticipating in more than one event, lwcmsterinxg and maintaining a positive attitude, respetting lair- Selves, having fun and enlcivment. and keeping the team Coriceptf' Special liigliliglits included .1 lilsx xtate .ixen age at tlie linisli of the seawn. Sem-wr liarm Nga. became a trainer under liwm Qrizixt- "Since lIl1LlI'lt.'N and taping .im xmgaa tr- N N in gyiiiriristics, lier tniitrilititziiiu in tae-axe r in training respcmsilwilities ww xxrtatlm xalutd, xazti Delay, Al.1l'X' Rexnwltlx, will lklam. wax .1 great gin.- nast and xatiltere f .1 im tw uwatli 'lixuw trulzirief Niki Ciratlle .intl 'lamnix Cir-ttllxtf'. xxtrt tiziala. all .iruund Qxiiinaxrx- gixing and .itkiwzimiialiizig mutli. Seniur Iiielwlm liiweiilwerxg xxax wxitxtantlxzig tlie llurir exertist all xt-.tri .ittiirding ti- lltaax lww lweam gxninasta' e Uelwlaie Katz .izitl ltnnittr liatxe were .ilw rwutstantline tlnx mar Girly Gsnzn.1.sr1t.s 129 Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton 1 i N ,1u'f, use-s--ng...,w-ea--1 Record W' ig! 2! 5 I 3 W iii 4 ,Q MVA -' tv Q, + . , . at am . . , . . . . - 1 .., 4 No, Quincy ., .. 3 x Q I .,. 7 Brookline ,, ,. 1 ' i . . , . ,6 Dedham . . . . 4 E ,. K 3 . . . 4 Brockton . . .... 4 N i ...7 Quincy.,. .,1 K 4 Waltham .. .. 3 nw ,- , . , 6 No. Quinch . . ..,, 0 9. . . . 5 Brookline . . 4 . 1 'gl I ... 4 Brockton ., ., 2 - 'I . . . 6 Cambridge , . . 3 ' QQ, ,l ...6 Quincy Us B'-' ff , 2 Waltham ., .. 2 'U ' ...6 No.Quincy .. ....E ... 7 Brookline . , . . . . 5 . . . 4 Brockton . . . . 2 ,H ' ., . 11 Cambridge ... .. 1 I' . , . 7 Quincy .... .,.. 0 y 1 5 A-F -v ., .f-.wt.,. l,w,q,gM3CeXipE,IlA - H - To If A Q ' Vp WH 4 3-sit if" ' I fvlr R. I te' , Q 3' Sl We "1-1 but it ' i f" ""' , Q. , Z 1 1 , to 41. '4'f2'N-'P 4 Li P V viwg cf.. ' 'l l 'B ' 'B ' r T ltxhx. f,.g,fJ .H GH A L4 , 'bww - W, we - at r f , VT J, , ' . 41 , 'A fi ' f 1 Ji, Ark wg? f X4 AZ . ,,fy leli 4 faq I. ' 1 .X .Quit , l-I Y 1:13 0 ' ff if xl ma H ' NUR' ' fx: i l KGBH. ttifwt f LBS at -, Jo d it lr-writ ltifw lbiina lmktiiiari, lolin Butterworth, Mark Buckley, Steve MacKay, Kenny Castriotta, Paul Boudreau,john Brownstein, Tom Grady. Back Row: Dick Fletcher fC0HChl, Vliiii lliirlv, Fw liiirtl Peatli, Bohhy White, Timmy Weaver, Greg Burke, Timmy Marchand, Paul Healey, Charles Albanesejim Proia, Chris Pachus, Kevin Tormeyajohn POWCFS limit li r, iii-Vi I riiwlm luigithl 150 Hockey l l l if HOCKEY T " " 3. -luv I , ls X VDRU l-' ' s r Qiiwfuke 4 i V .xl 1 -f -1 num' , l S 1. 4- L - 4 6 1 ! F ir-3 'gl 'ii . .,,f Qi 1 , , iw' '40 se' Juv 1 gf I By Coach Dori Ctowlev The 1984 Newton North Varsity Hocltei Team provided plenty of excitement l-tom throughout the entire season. Alter suffering .an opening-game loss to arch-rixul Wtiltlmrn. eith the deciding goal coming with only -43 seconds to play. the Tigers went on to register one ol' the most successful seasons in Newton hocltex histo- ry. The season ended with 3 hetirthrealxing 4-Q overtime loss to Watertown in the State Tourneu. Between these two losses. the te.1m pl.ixed Io games without Ll loss, finishing with .1 IH-Q-1 record, the hest in Newton North hocleex' liistotx. In addition, senior ,Iohn Butterworth hrolte the Single-season scoring record with .1 SH-point per- formance. The senior class was well represented on Elie team. Steve lNlcl4.ix. two-time leigue gXlifSt.ir. was an excellent goaltender, while Ci.ipt.iiri li-in Rytin, I,CllgLlC MVP. led the w .ix .ill se.ison. For- wards Chris P.1chus. Tom Gr.itlx,'lon lirownsteiii .ind Boh Connernex were outstnnding petfiotillets throughout the c.inip.1ign. Defense men ljdlli Boudreuu, Rich Pe.ich .ind lD.ill.1 l7r.iletm.in w ere m.1ior contrihutors to the te.im s success. Although the te.iITl receixed strong plax ITUIII outsmnding undercl.1ss pl.iiers Tim Nl.irch.int:. P.lL1l lleulex. lioh XY liite .ind -lim liurlee. tht seri- ior group is to lNeu1ININeIltled for lending New . ton North to two Suhurlxin l.e.igue iliitles iii tw-- YQ.'.1F5,.1lUIlg with tourn.1ment wins in e.1cl1 seisi ' '- ii All future liget hoclsex teaims Xklll he :Ltr sured .ig.iinst this xe.ir's .iggregdtion Hacker' 131 X-. U01 I P If ,sg 1 fl, K . I 4 : N 5 al X 5 1, 1 X Q In y i 9 Y A I .,. K? 1 'ua ' V'r,.- r 1. I f i,i3Qf' i X . e LJ.. 5 - Xb ,gi H gil 3 1 Q ' it ..- K At xx , Y I -4 ' rx - Q ' V- lf gf gxix. 'f A ' ", X 3 ev.. ., , ,Q fri' Y' .A '1'f?s'5 f 4 i or XR rt Af ,f 1 XY :QA 1 T .Q J lz- .VX if lair P F ' Af' Q-X X A 4 "' f' f-. ,tim ig, V.: 5- V? ' . 4 '-' A 5 ga? , 1 will 1 we 5 i v . J X , 3333312 'sq' lg. we l 123 ' Q . ',f,tf-2.319 t W. A .qc tai "' ,. 5 r H if i . ' V l I Q1 gf' i 4 . Q 3' f in JL W' T- 'X , ' i ef' A Q04 my , N Q3 l iv: l sf 5' fi xii ,Q - 5 Boys' Ski Team Top Row 'Ianice Perkins fcoach J,-Ion Hartman, Craig Patrick, Hans Gunderson, Ari Szymanski, Mike Dunbar,jane Oliver, Andy Zimmerman, Gil Shneorson, Alan Kaufman, Zafar Khan, Simon Rakov. . 1 -5, .. . . Q 'B' - K s T, f X' , l l 1-1' ' is , Y y I fff I if a N YQ Ns U Ns The Newton North Ski Teams had mixed results this year. The downhill team, due to a key injury and the inconsistent schedule of races, was never able to get organized. The boys' team, with senior captain Chip Guiney injured before the season, finished a disappointing last for the season, although freshman Zafar Khan and seniors Craig Patrick and Peter Colbert were consistent skiers. The girls' downhill team, led by senior captain Carolyn Corbato, skied from a third-place finish in the first race, to a first-place finish in the third. The Cross Country Ski Team finished overall a close second to rival Wellesley. Girls' senior captain Pauline fklwernatliy and sophomore Penny Patrick were the top liiiishers for their team, while Hans Gunderson and Craig l'.rrrii.k led the boys' team. The girls' team skiers all r,:.is.l1fw.l in the top 25 in the first race, starting the season vorii .1 fmt-place win. Only two races could be run, lioi.1..wf.r .intl the lack of practice time hurt the Tigers' UK f. :wil ra iff iriiiance. lit wp' 1. Hi. lar L of snow and the other hardships faced bi, this tar .slr ztrirns, they still managed to ski well. The Tigers are still ",'IlSliliL'TL'tl one of the better teams, one of the teams fc, luis. si, the Suburban League. 1.32 Skiing 1 me -'iii' W ox 3 8 .Q y Kg -159 4 fl". . e f., r, N41 N1 L. "Ai I l ,,-3? Y 1 1 , I? E .s, if s u iz. If Q i I A I ! . xg s 36 ,VE M4 NQNLI Wx 3' Q. if 'S ., . 8' 4 x44 N15 - SKII x.1.,,f5 f 'ff f S y ,-Q-uf -:INA fy I f Y "HH-M' Ax I an X .w N9 z Y 4' 'E ,N I N, 4,1 7,35 '3"' -1-4 , if 2 ." .fav 3 'M if 1' u,,?' S 'N . T ' , 41 M , i , 1. X ' - L , ,g ff XM 0 'N -Q :fr X Q' my '- '54 'J 3 f , xi 5 s-, af' V' -2. - 2 3- i- , ,L f.,j,i N - , 5' x,v'!fff A I ' . ,, QQ fx t N Ee i, X S CQ Q 'Q Iv Ayn- , I 1, n X x if ., i.. -A x 'H ,., W, . , f nr , XA x WU 5 :Am ,AAA' . , fix sly 5 A , . , R51 if A x A x ' , , xx 71' Q A ig? ff we 'f X in 'V X U ' Q . Q ff A '23 X si' a 5' Q -. x 'fu Q V gpg f 2 N-f W , v , K . , ,W , YY ii l 4, R K , Af . ji . 1 , . x . I . 1 ,1 1 S4 X hx Q :lf .1 fx ,-.5 I ' :sm 'v 'J ?. I f A . 1 8 iv 1 Y Min. iw? 4 3, :fix .iv r 7, , ity I 1 , , Q f 5. 14 ,, Q is W 1 -X - - . -f ' i 4 1 'f -X f 's 5' x 5.5! D A. 1 ' ,W Y quwf iffy if V 1' , . 4- V N M 4 ,W w' X " , in -6 1 ul ' , f ., f ef' Girls' Sk: Team, Top Rowzjamce Perkms fCoaCh3, Amy-lc-ssup, Ernka Schlucrer, Penny Patmk, Hxbcrh Heller, Iflucbcrh, laura, Kms YIJTTT' A XX Grfrssjane Ollver Cassxstam Coachj. Bottom Row Rachel Levme, Marnlvn Lcwnsun, Paulmc Abrrruthx, I51.m.a Sclng, Mmmmx l'x:dr" .ua ulwz, T Mxssmg Suzanna Mermr Skiing 1 33 B 'QUT QM, .av-"Q, 'fr' Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Record .. . 89 Needham ,. ... 62 ... 102 NO. Quincy . . , . 70 ... 102 Qurncy .. ... 52 . . 115 Wellesley' . . - . 80 . . 76 Brooklrnc . . . . 91 ,. , 92 Cambrrdge ... . . . 70 .. . 73 Waltham . -1 . 96 . . . 90 Brockton . . . . 69 f FW i . in M r IXN' .aa Lv ' - 5 5- tl f p A ll x N wmv-mr r rg l- lirrxwl Wnrrl, Mnkc lclrlrwun, Mlkc Yun, Mark C'h4ox'Irr1rn1y Rnlwcrtsem, Frm XY lx-'rr IJ.,-.nl M 1 i'rr'.-. Iv l11r:l1 lIII1IlALfCI'l,YlAY Snape lasxrxtant rfmlrr, Matt Hauser, Huwlc lll -,rwrrrl Krrnl, lor r,,-r lar", I-rhxrrr Inn lrrmo, Inrnlu ll.nwwml.Ar1 Wclnstcln lurk Row flmrrsjoncs J 1 J .r lm Irrrl lmvrr Imzr I-.rr "mr, ll l lrmx llfumml-1 H.mrlr'r1srlrrl1l, lctcr Manllurralrl, Sain llccxpcllnk, lirl-1, Nl141lu,m,lK+flrlw rmrxry Nlflfll llllfrrlm ,Z BOYS' SWIMMI 9 1 45- : 1 S at n 5 T17 3 YQ? Although no records were broken. the Bots Swim Team still had an excellent season. finish- ing 6-Z, third in the Suhurhan League. "Our real strength this year came from num. befs. Many Oli OUI' lllCCfS YVCYC YVUU l5CLxilLlSC YVC were ahle to fill all the slots in a race and pick up a lot of second. third and fourth places." said coach Chris blones. "North also had a numher of strong indixidual performers including captains Peter Nlaclaonald and Sam lleelspelinlt and sophomore lirn Troiano in the sprints. Part ol- the Tigers' prohleni was in dnang where senior Craig 'liurner was iniured tor part or the season. lhis left the team with onli one or two divers where other schools had three. -Iones also praised the captains for their great leadership. "It was an enthusiastic. close-lanit team that never gaxe up. exen against the league powerhousesf' The Tigers will he losing a core team of ten seniors which will hurt the teams depth." said lones. llowever, he still is optirnisticallx saxifig. i "W e can onlxt get hetterf' Boys' SW'1'II1H11'Hg 13 5 cs ED cs 1 gr i"'-:?fE?'.1-'Ab"g'?'f'f1'P" f 1' M-.1 ' 1 wvrr'w'e"""': ' V 521 .5i15',,t7gf'.1,.g f-,fe,s?'.5iQ:.',:'ff'.?"rfgfkif 614 Swv '3I'J'fZS'5J Y ,-1yf11,+:1'1 .301 ,gap . --rf,,.,v,, rsfwikvv yvf- 1gAg5T52',g',g5,,,gQwgir1'K'v'j'4 5 sr 112' f'5'1'g-1'Y?"Q'X ivy -1 i,955?1XjFS,Y'fX'2f'ii.xr .1 '17 5 ?i'3'f 9 a is A x"1f'1-xl? 'H-1H'f'9 w'tf'.?ff Y.. ' "ef We 11 113's?i1'Q'f.",J "J" n 1- ? 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The time frame and setting, in the Ioosest sense of the terms, is ancient Greece, but the plot wanders and borrows from time to time. Hepatitis and Diabetes, played by seniors Ed Rubin and Dick Derry, ask the powerszlbove them for help. They are answered by Doris Levine CMass Bay Community Collexgeg gym major, philosophy minorl who rises from the audience and descends to the stage to meet their highly metaphysical questions and somehwat more pliysicgil propositiorls As the action builds, reality breaks down, Blanche DuBois, seeking refuge from her own play and looking for a nice young god to come and sweep her off her feet wanders into the theater. Bursitis, an inventor played by junior Stephen Moss offers to rent his Deus f7'.X'AILlChI'I7:1 which will fly Zeus in at the end of the play to save the earth and the the plot line, Hepatitis, fascinated by the possibilities, quickly rewrites the end of the play. The show goes on, with Diabetes and Doris as the leads of this play-within-a- play. The actors and actresses were simply hysterical, their jokes were perfectly timed and delivered. The audience, with cast members sitting, walking, and talking among them, loved it, THE CAST lin alphabetical orderl CHORUS WENDY FATE, MAID'S VOICE LORENZO MILLER, DOCTOR DIABETES MASTER, GUARD MIRIAM TRICHINOSIS BLANCHE DUBOIS BOB FATE, WOODYS VOICE HEPATITIS MRS. EOXWORTH CHORUS, MAN IN AUDIENCE CHORUS BURSITIS DORIS LEVINE KING, PROMPTER. Elizabeth Bleich Brianna Cahill Mark Chao Dick Derry David Greenberg Toni Lupu-Sax Stephen L. Moss, jr Andrea E. Pelligrini Matt Richardson Ed Rubin Linda Rubin Peter Schaefer Lara Solomon Michael Tullberg jenna Ware God, while perhaps not reverent, was certainly inspirational in one way or another. QUTHER SLAVE ,Jason Zalk ,asc-.. Y s +2 , jf is cf.. I -A -Q A .1 1, 9? o in-mv 2...- 'x an -D i' Gnd 165 YEOMA GF The best singing in a school musical in years gilded the produc- tion ofGilbert and Sullivans Yeoman ofthe Guard, December 16, 17, and 18 in the Lasker Auditorium. Cast members acted deftly around plot twists and sang beautifully the complicated musical passages throughout the operetta. The setting is 17th century London, just beyond the tower of London. Colonel Fairfax lAugustine Lawrencel is locked within under sentence of death. accused of dealings with the devil. Ser- geant Meryll fChristopher Perryl, whose life Fairfax once saved. plots his friends escape with the help of his daughter Phoebe lvlennifer Teigl. In the meantime, another of Fairfaxs friends persudes Elsie Maynard fPam Mosherl, a jester's sweetheart, to marry Fairfax blindfolded, thus preventing his scoundrel relatives THE GUARD from inheriting his fortune at his execution. Fairfax is then released through the wiles of Sgt. Meryll who disguises the man as his son, Leonard. Elsie sees Fairfax, disguised as Leonard, for the first time and the two fall in love, but she thinks she cannot wed since she is married to another. Fairfax realizes Elsie is his wife, but cannot reveal himself yet since he is still a "criminal" Meanwhile, Wilfred Shadbolt, the jailer's assistant fChristopher Fraizel uncovers Phoebe's part in Fairfax's escape and blackmails her into marriage. Her father is likewise trapped into marriage by Dame Carruthers. Fairfax is enonerated and reveals himself to Elsie as not only her love, but her husband. The two are happily united. The jester,jack Point CPeter Goldfingerl dies ofa broken heart. if 5' . ' EL 5 N if 3 fi 566 Kornon Ulf The Guard A ,gs lflf RICHARD C,llOI,MONIJl:I,l1Y Rolwrr Wliiff COL. FAIRFAX Aiigiaisriiiu l,.ii.-.rvrifa SGI. lVllfRYI,l, flirisropliur IR-rrx ,JACK P6 DINI' ljcrfgr Colillingvar WII,I'iRlfID SIIAIDIN Flfl' Cliris lraiffg FIRST YIQOIVIAN Matt Mallo: SECOND Ylif DMAN lirian .'Nlrfalr-ig lfI.SIlf NIAYNARID Pam lNloslifgr PIIOIfI5lf lVllfRYI,I, .lciinilicr 'licilg DAME CARRIIIIIFRS Sarah Oliricn KATIE Slicrri' Colicn FIRST Cl'liIZlfIY Sarali Alaplscn SECOND CITIZISN Dirk Ilcrrjg YFOMIZN lvlatt Gleason, Harry Kniznik. W'illiam Korman, lfvan Michelson, Simon Ralxox' CITIZENS Kim Alwramb, lvlarjoric Armslwy. Polly Armsby, lvlarfia licrry, Bucky lioswcll, Briana Cahill. jenny Day, Iimily Dollwcar, Nancy Gainci l,iz llcr- man, Karen Kaufman, Sara I.anc. Amy I,opc7-Cc- pero, Io I,ouic, Suzanne Moblicr. I,arisa Murphy, J julie Perlman, Lyn Perry, Adria Irosscrulcssica Ro- scman, Elizabeth Scott,-lcnna Ware, Marjorie Zolin Q 1 E A I Q gg lg ' 1, I 'FYI Q f 5, 'ilx G 1 ' .--v .... ini' gAl""' I ,IQ -.21 Yeoman Of The Guard 16' THE F ASTICK The Fantasticks, an offbeat, abstractly classic musical was per- formed in the Little Theater with minimal sets, a small band and an abundance of confetti on February 9, 10 and 11. The play, which was directed by senior Margi White and pro- duced by senior Elizabeth McCracken, is the story of two lovers, two fathers and a wall. The lovers, Matt CSteve Zohnj and Luisa fSarah ldelson J, fall in love over the wall that separates their fathers' gardens. Their fathers hate each other and don't want the two to meet- so the lovers think. In actuality the fathers are great friends and would like nothing better than to have their children wed, but believe that no matter what they want their offspring to do they should tell them the opposite. When the fathers, Hucklebee fMatt Malloyj and Bellomy CPeter Goldfingeri, are convinced that their children are sufficiently in love, they decide they need a plausible way to end their "feud". They hire the professional abductor El Gallo CChristopher Perryl and two out-of-work actors lBruce Macdonald and Duffy Plunkettl to stage an elaborate rapel the actors and El Gallo will attempt to abduct Luisa, but will allow Matt to overcome and defeat them. The rape goes according to plan, and the families unite in what seems to be a story-book perfect ending. But Love attained is not Love perfected, and disillusioned by the lack of Romance in a settled life, Matt leaves to face the world. He is beaten, drugged, and set aflame, and all-in-all doesn't have much fun. He returns to his father's house where he finds Luisa, her heart broken by the suave El Gallo. They realize their silliness in wanting anything or anybody but each other and are happily reunited. 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The Oursrders - SE, Hinto 3. The Wforld Aefordmg to Garp ,PHE ,Q-0,65 . ,,.,,,,,: .,, T' - john Irving Beer: 1. Budweiser 1 2. Srrolfs 3. Michelob . Album: 1. .SVnChron1'c'1'q' - T e 5 Police 2, War- 2 3. Thriller - Michael aelcson Female Singer: Fast Food 1. Stevie Nicks 1. MCDf,m1L15 2. Pat Benatar 3. Burger King 5. Diana Ross 1,, papa Gmug Food: Ice Cream: 1. Italian 1. Iirigliains 2. Chinese 2. CLIIWUKVS 3. American S. Steves 3. Library Radio Starionz Video Game: 1. WHCN.IfM 1. Pac-Man 2, WII'I"f-ITM 2. Dist Iron 5. WXKS-FM Him 1081 4. Donkey Kong Senior Survey 21 3 -5. 'J 34' K' S 4 1' t . ,. ' 5 4. +:". X'-C -4 KN rf? B9 Aftermath m S ,f Q' 4 in ' I x 'J Q Bioody Beirut in A, in-W, '.xJ THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FOUR jyffyzg J 6 gown, Sf 91 'ei' 5? X 3- fi M.. X1 1 y Z D ,A -' rt- s 'I rn? H? 4 D-Day in Grena 'ww KY: .gs som' WV' D wion NUT D, I irhuox 0001 I X 5' if, Q 4 wx QQ! 3 "N uf V, q'uRAl'+ , O LNKDI if 1911 .. x KV 1 2 ' xxhxm ah ,f iwgtsfg KN' "X N 355 ' X 'dig S ss 5 'lf 'K wxfk MM fs Seniors 21 5 Ellen Ahn 43 Arapahoe Rd, 02165 Warren, Adams, college Love is like holding your breath, Sooner or later you have to let go, DM, Luv ya Paula 8: Dawn, Still crazy after all these years, Wen,jan, MR, Training, Summer nites, CGull, Cafe, Xcon, UNDB, 555, , . and we laughed until we cried, GdLkNN84 Robert M Annicelli 'Mike' 1112 W.1terti1wn St, 02160 Day, Riley, follege Reinembers Kevin, Donny. Liz, Roh Inn, Scott, 'loc-, Sasdi, Nick, llanying .iround with Paul, Killers Room, Driving around with Kevin .iriiji iw All my friends and teach- Ui, Ptri, lifny Blind Soefer, get- rirn- lost ,"'UC 'uu"""f'f""' ...M Catherine Albanese 4 Crown St, 02166 Warren, Adams, College Remembering the best with the best of friends. Especially Sandy and April.'IB, CH, PB. Hap- piness comes to those who make others happy. Thanks for the best, Mom and Dad. Mrs. D tool of times 12f24f81 I will always love you jeff Laura A. Annunziata 178 Prince St, 02165 216 Abelow To Annunziata sen-wr Pamela Abelow "Pam" 166 East Side Pkwy, 02158 Bigelow, Beals, College Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow, Don't walk behind me, I may not lead,just walk beside me and be my friend. ISNF' jennifer Stefanie"MVBF'S. All my love to M+MllYY Debbie, RM, MH, TS. Thanks Mom 81 Dad? Good Luck ..84,. Lawrence Alford 16 Commonwealth Pk, 02159 Weeks, Palmer, School "Once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right" GRATEEUL DEAD IfI am not for myself, who will be for me! If I am only for myself then what am I! If not now, whenf- - -Hillel Pauline M. Abernathy 45 Islington Rd, 02166 Warren, Barry, College "What makes the desert beautiful," said the little prince, "is that some- where it hides a well . . Thank-you Mom, Dad and jenni- fer. Robert Andreoli 50 Gardner St. 02158 'Q 'wi 'I A A - - V I " Ii get I , 4 I . l 5 ii i Sophia Ahmed 84 Walker St, 02160 Day, Palmer, College Best of luck to all my friends thanks guys! Don't forget to dance Don't forget to smile. It doesn'i matter who you are, it's all the same. What's in your heart is there to stay Corey . . . Wild horses, we'll ride them someday 'J Dante Angelucci 6 Ashmont Ave, 02160 Day, Palmer, College REMEMBERS: DANNY, DUCK BUSTER, GILSON, BRIAN , ANTO, IVES, SM, RV, KN, EN JM, LL, KW, DB AND ALL THF' GIRLS-MARGI, SANDY, STA- CEY "GOOD FRIENDS ANE GOOD TIMES LAST FOREVER' S THE WEEKEND IN OTTAWA ' FANUEIL HALL "DO IT" WRES- TLING 1 LACROSSE Z, 5 I I its I 1 r is xx pl Robert Antonellis "Amo" 46 Court St, 02160 Day, Beals, College Remembers Corky Buster Vach Leon Law Class with Riley Tempe Franco Dom Trilogy Cater Thor Ben Eric Margi bom tim tino Matt Doobies Mr Crowley Dantes Gary Good Luck to Dawn Dave Big T Muffy Deborah Autor "Debbie" 91 Bishopsgate Rd, 02159 Bigelow, Adams, College So, On and On I Go, The seconds tick the time out, Theres so much left to know, And I'm On The Road To Find Out. - Cat Stevens 'J Elizabeth Ann Badaracco ..Beth.. 21 Kilburn Rd, 02165 Warren, Adams, College Good friends may drift apart, but the memories last forever. Andrea, Zelda, Lisa, Paula, Denise, Steph- anie, Suzy, Richie. Bud. Hampton Beach 83 NS. Turtles' A week down SB's cottage. Skiing, General. Mom 81 Dad, Never forget you Philip O. jodi T. Arcisz 201 Highland St, 02165 Sacred Heart, Adams, College "May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, and until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm ol' his hand," Okie, Bermuda, Soph. yr. Sack 57, superbowl 82 ZXSXRZ. Or- chesis, Thanx 84 luck to Mr Frelow Leon Bablouzian H Madison Ave, 02160 Day, Beals, College HR 1220, Busch, The Strike of 85, Baseball, Sparky, Everyone at Star, IIXSXXB at I' of R, H2 Star Christa mas Party, Friends Forever4Anto, Miltz Special Thankslenna, Ma, Pa. Wlicjjrr Bridget A. Baker 22 Melbourne Ave, 02160 Day, Adams, College jill, you take the cake and eat it tool Echo . , R+Y:FF Thanks Mi- chelle? AC, CC, If you build your house call me-SS Tommy jon MA Don't compromise yourself, you're all you've got. George Love to M 84 D Open your eyes and dream. Stacey R. Arnold "Spacey" 220 Hebron Sr, 02126 Warren, Adams, RN. I Would Like To Remember The Times In Palmer Bathroom Also in Bacon and of course At Lincoln Park lla-Ha-Ha And of course my girls-MB. GK, CR, LT, YM, AR, RR, RR, CT, AD, LR, DanitaB, M-I Now the guys-GB, Troy V, BR, ND, DM, TR And everyone else Also All of my teachers, I Leave all the troubles to class of 85 Debbie Bacon 101 Wirhington Rd, 02160 Day, Riley I want to say thanks to everyone in B4Commons. Special thanks to SM for all the best times-we made it. Never forget everyone and everyth- ing Also 4fZ1fH2, Nothing lasts forever, Bye. And I will never forget SD. l David Barnes 554 Grove St, 02162 Meadowbrook, Palmer AI.I,IANCIffRevolut1on 10fLord Fern, FerniturefOne Cigarette RoadSfMeet at the ArboretumfFly, to GnomesfPYGZfBob-"Memo- ries are the refuse of my mind" NM-"I've always been mad. I know l've been mad Like most ol' us are" ,Q +t,,,,,, I 'C ,James I: Aresenault Ilflhlll AVSCVMUII I0 Qurrk Cr, oglsx 111 Adam Ate, 01165 Warreri, Barry, Iilectriral Rt-merrihers Phil, Mike, Ve lrr.l1'x I I., and Stott, and exeryhodx ir. ry lilectrical mayor and stapirivig or Barry stairs IDB? "gIfl'3ffa."17"IT I I ',":.j,k '. , V'f'fL.t . fl.-1 xr "Thai 31' ' s' R dl tit- P A -M Nap Q- " I 'ie fill' Q 1,1 I 1 . David R Baron -lusrim' Barr-is 'ell Axe, 01160 -IUNU A-1 I lloit.Xxe.o1r4SJ Iii-ston Sch tor the Dear. IIATTX tolltgt' Som tl XX orker TNlfYl-R IURLQIII' MY UID ii IIMIS Ill ntxer tortje it llamp ron and C ape-lulx Hi and :Xnnie house W-ISUNR Best I-1111es iszr Stull at Wort' ll.1l'lll I S Wil 1 MY I ll' UM. KX. SG I'1l.'XTNKS11Y MUS N DAD tiff and .Xnrzt wan reineinber S in DDII-'S Sl. :XL ID ID - x Antonellis To Barros I - 14 --swf. ...-...N N...- -- ---- - .---My-A-n---fa .N-,...... FQ 1 WET if I ' ' f Michelle Barry "Mickie" 20 Quirk Cr, 01158 Day, Palmer, College Rem everyone esp. Spar, Louie Ianywaysl, Stacie, DE 11f12 JC, CW+MK, SM, VIW, jD, 'IC-aaf, PT, BH, SC--ID, ,IC-vacume, CT, AN, FD, DM 84 5 Bs, Dude wacked, CM, Babe,.Iohn, 6, "Life is lust a party and parties arent meant to last" Mom -St Dad, LC, C, Bye 1.5- N . Y, 1 a Th 7- -Azffiaw. I Q ,ea f I gi ,, I s . .M x Susan NI Ilarfv lw Klwillrstori Ril HJIIJI Xlkarriii liilriier College Ill 'NIITNIIII IIS .IVII INIIJI 'IQ LIZ, iflt If If 'XIII IDI, IIC, IIS, will mi sa II IL, KW As, -- lv' lilii I-is Iii 'S iii A+!- f '- fI'Xli'IlI's'I'I N SO im' I irrfiklx-I' Ilillirli '-V1 llll 'INICI Illlll T,!'lfH'- 'Ill'il""lill'i1 l"N ri .1 I .vi 1, i1'Ml'I fl illl KIO' ..-1-.-iii ici lnxillll .'.lIs 218 Barry To iliienlrs Frank Batchelder "Batch" 211 Bellevue St, 02158 Bigelow, Adams, College "Fast Times At NNHS" Adams Tree Partying at Concerts: Van Ha- len! Rush The Grateful Dead My "Truck" Memories of Binyadas in my mind. A special tribute to my pals: "Mac" MM, ED, WS, MM, PS, SD, 'ID "Ben" And a special love to Sharon BYE! Batch X . Michelle Beach "Beach-nut 84" 785 Cummins Hwy, 02126 Day, Adams, College-Liberal Arts I'm going to miss the people in Newton North. I enjoyed my ex- perience with the school, teachers and students. A special thanks to my mother and the Metco program. Later girls of 84 and 85 SA, LT, CR, AR, DB, YM, RR, AD, Mj, RR, GB, TR, Hasta Luegos Suzette Marie Belcher HSUYICH -H2 Waltham St, 02165 Day, Palmer, College IF YOU LOVE SOMETHING I,IiT IT C91 I. II: IT COMES BACK TO YOII ITS Yo1JRS, II' IT DOI5SN"T, IT NEVER WAS ALWAYS N FOREVER LINO APRHIO?-is Good Luck Paula Andrea Steph Zelda Chris I5If'I'II LW DI" TO A Gt DOD IIIIIINID Nlxll, S WIIA'I1 'R' YI ll' STI IPIIJ UAV. M Monica Battista 20 Staniford St, 02166 Warren, Beals, College Aim for a star, never settle for a life that is less than the best! Good Luck and thanks to all my friends. Moe we did it, BOFE Teri+Steve Thanx is not enough' Rohnie 10f21fH3 KIMII I Love You Mom 81 Dad Suzie 5-14445 685KD DMBM Michael R. Bean 552 Watertown St, 02158 Day, Beals, College TENNIS ALWAYS! LOUISE, MIKE, KIM, MARIE LISA, CT. RD, SS, -IS, AS, ALL THE REST. VALLONE, ITALIAN CLUB. TRIP TO ITALYJPM iffl TEN- NIS CAMP' PARTIES RAQUET- BALL' "DO YOU WANT TO WALK!" I AM NOT LOUDII I AM SO GLAD I MADE ITY CIAO' Carolyn jane Belsky 21 Burrage Rd, 02158 Bigelow, Riley, College BEST FRIENDS LAST EOR- EVER: Caroline, Claire, Lori, An- drea, Stacy, Rina SAM -1f50fH2- Best of times-Eastham, CAPE COD-Stace, GS, SB. LATW- TARTG Thanks Mom, . Dad, Chuck, joanne, and Rina? CFat12 WE HAVE-JUST BEGUNII Aram Bazarian "Baz" Z1 Rochester Rd, 02158 Bigelow, Palmer, College REMEMBER THE BOYS, GM, WS, MM, DF, EG, PS RE- MEMBER Neighborhood football games REMEMBER THE GIRLS SC. SK, RV, SS, SZ A VERY SPE- CIAL GIRL TO ME DANIELLE OKEEFE AND ALL OTHER N.N WOMEN. REMEMBER THE PARTIES AND SPARKIN THE BREWS, NN football Mom 8: Dad Kathryn Beattie "Kathy" 124 Putnam St, 02172 East jr. High, Barry, College MEMBER OFDIR. MSAD, EDCO CHEERLEADER-REMEMBER THE FUN WITH AW, CM, KZ, Cj, SG,jOE, AG, SF,jB, KL, BT, Sj AND EDCO CHEERLEADING SQUAD, THANX TO EDCO IN- TERPRETERS FOR HELPING ME. GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OE 19841 THANKS TO MY MOM 8: DADY Eric D. Belsley 55 Bolton Rd, 02160 Martha Becker 27 Albion Sl, 02159 Day, Riley, College I'll never forget the old friends, the new friends, and the BEST FRIENDS. Snow Daze, Safari Sis- ters, Becon Crew JSLWC, DR, KF, Parties, Concerts Corvettes, All the summer nights, MM, The EXPER- IENCE, Hyannis, Thanks Mom 84 Dad LATER NORTH Phillip R. Bemis 340 Linwood Ave, 02160 Y"'T7 Amy Berestl-ta 68 Mosman St, 02165 Day, Adams. College "EVERY DAY IS THE LAST DAY, TOMORROW IS THE WIND ON THE WAY."-CS. Ten- nis 125 31 Doubles wf Lrnne, ES, LTC STATES Love to-SD, SB, AR, MB, SF.jR,jS. KR. RM, STVAND you Drop Ins-Summer Nrghts Get out! Minn. 83-IB, WP APT, Turns, Love to M Bi D Mark A. Blatr 58 Rrchardson St, 01158 Miriam Blrss "Mrm1" 9 Lewrs St, 02158 Day, Adams, College THE ONLY THING YOL' HAVE FOREVER ARE YOl'R MEMO- RIES, AND I HAVE A TREA- SURE. LOVE TO SB, AB, AR, SK, DW, SD, KR, RM, MT, RC MOM, DAD, Steve SIIMMER 83' BEACH THREE POINT TLRNS DEATHS DOOR TOO MLTCH H.W' v i I 4 I I I - at Mrchelle Berube "Shelly" 85 Mtvrrrll St, 02165 Day, Rrley, College Dream untrl your dreams come true. Best times wrth Ronda and Ellen Cheerleadrng Andrea, AH, CA, Bully, Bobby, Thanx for all the Specral times you shared wrth me- Marl-t-1Of15f85, Specral thanx to Crndy and my famrly, Kev-rn Douglas Blake 413 Cherry St, 02165 Warren, Palmer, College So now the past IS gone, but the future strll remanns Set goals and lrve to achreve them I wash for all my lrrends to surpass therr goal for success. Thanx Clarkre 84 Mr. Walker, l,ax-Eootball-l234Capt. WVV Love you Mom Bt Gram MARY XO, THE MEN 84 boys 84' BC Kelly Bolxo 87 Adams Ave, 02165 Warren, Beals, I'ndeCrded REMEMBERS IEAN Dj SIVE SHAWN GOOD TIMES DOWN WELLINGTON DJAYS HOl'SE GREAT TIMES DOWN BK' THANKS EOR ALL YOLTR HELP BARB, ROSE PARTYN IN TIIE TENT SOFTBALL BEANS IT'S DOOBIE TIME CHRISTINE MW IW DIGI MOM DAD MADE IT YEAH 8-I Antomo Branchr 15 Crrlfmlal Ave, 02160 Day, Rrley, College Remembers all my frrends, the good tunes we had, the parties, dances, gurls, sleepmg rn class, VBAlfY 11f0AfH5, the dell, blue bomber, screwdrrversf nut's and bolt's, summer of 84. Barry bums, AS, SD. IV, DB, DG, LD, I-I-A best ol' luClc'l Mark 'I' Iirlotleuu 200 llarvard Cnr, 03160 Susan Brrdsey 202 Waltham St 03105 Day, Heals, College "YESTERDAY IS A XX GONE DOWN NOTHING IN THI1 XXMR ONLY ANUCI-ANtII'I'o!v1oR ROWS, A SKY OI' 'IaoMoR- R4 IWSYCS Ml 'CH L1 DVI, Y Ali, RM, MB, SD, MT, AR. KR, SI TMMERNIGIITS 1:41-GIVI' f ll 'T I'IIIIIflNDlSl-STIXI Ml,'Cll HXX TIIANKS MOM, DAD, -ION ,X uni! Y 'S -an Nb- JU Berestka To Bolio '19 Paul Boudreau 22 Sherrin Rd, 02162 Warren, Adams, College Remembering the best of times with the hest ol' friends Esp jim, Ted, Chris, Brian, KD, MC, KB, jW.,IR, TR, CA,jD, PH, KM, DI? Hockey 1 2 6, Lacrosse 1 2 R, LS, Summer 82, Hs CHESTER Boudie, "UNBEl.lEVAB1.E" Triple 205, Australia Il Thanks to Mom dr Dad its ard A Broderick l I' l 1 r xrl til S IH 'Al Lllflfmfi Kathy Broderick rss Randlerr Pk, 02165 Day, Barry, College Time llies like an arrow The Barbe- Cue Group Kun, Sherry, Cathy, Pom-Pom, Deborah-lets do If again' Quebec -The Seniors GC-LI., MB, SB, AB, SD, AR, Que Pasa MS, l.al,odge DBR-Gl,and THANKS, Al.l, NIGHT LONG, LG-you've got a lrlend-REM ALI. UU Boudrezru TH: Brooks David Boule' 72 Randlerr Pk, 02165 Warren, Beals, College Remembers GOLI5, BASKET- BALL, BASEBALL All the good times with friends HERBIE, BEEEA. BAKA, WALTONBOY. NOBES, SWILBA, MIKE + CIIERYI., TESSA, KIM LUTHA' TIM+-IULIE, TG, ST, DORIA- +MITCII,-IK, BM, DV, CR, ML, 1.L,N'I'+-lC,G11ZZ,DOWN THE DIC, NORMAND Ellen Breslau 191 Valentine St, 02163 Warren, Beals, College I woke up, it was a Chelsea morn- ing. And the liirst thing I knew there was hread H toast 64 honey 84 a howl ol' oranges too And the sun shone in like butterscorch and stuck to all my senses Oh wont you stay. we'll put olili a day and well talk in present tenses Thanks Mom 5: Dad Danrta Brooks "Swan 'DH 7 S Charlame Ct, 021111 Warren, Adams, College IS TIIIS TIIE END' NO IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING, HAM- ILTON, WARREN, NNHS, THANKS TO MY MOTHER AND METCO STACEY A, ALL ls YRS GOOD Ll7CK TO EV- ERYONE 'H4 '85 'Ho '87 DANC- ING, SINGING, LATE-BUS, SUMMER OE 'Hs AAC-PRESL DENT, DEWAYNI1, B-BALI., WHASUP' Andrea Bove sl Hammond St, 02167 Bigelow, Riley, College AI.l. MY LOVE TO MICHAEL sf2f2-10 143 Good Friends Last For- ever, Carolyn, Stacy, Rina, Claire, Lori Never can forget ArL- Eriends, all our parties rents goin away, NC, CE Cape summer visits, Camping 7 INASTANG thanx Ma 6: Dad Later NNHSU' -lenniler S Breslouli R27 Tremont St, 11215:-1 Bigelow, Riley, College We have something that no one, no distance, no time can rake away . , We have memories-Love and hest ol' luck to all rm friends-Ann, Sandy -Dall., Cath, April, KSIQSZSCILMMGM, Malibu- trmes' Love to Mom, Dad, Berg 54 Mindy Eorever Dan-Love you, I Timothy Brennan B7 Clyde St, 02160 Day, Riley, College GOLF Good times with Bobby Kyle and Chris Remem.jB -IQ DS RT BE MCjD MC "RV" MF DF GM SC SB DN LAUREN 1lf15f83- THANX MOM and DAD and MR. and MRS. BLUE. The Best Part of you is who you ARE. Glenn Brewington 136 Tonawanda St, 0212-1 Warren, Adams, College Congratulations to all the METCC kids in the class of "8-I". Thank Mom and Dad for all ofthe suppor since I've been in school. OK al you "EM" lellows hang loose am don't Colleft any wooden nrckles COLAR RUSSIAN YOUR STILI MY COMPUTER PARTNEF l ISYITEI. 1 "Klum r.., A gh ,- fi Dan Brotman ZZ Howard St, 02158 yBigelow, Barry, Travel ll will remember everything. Me- lmfvf What memoryfjL,jH, RH, lKH, KM, vk, DB, MW, DW, AP. Tranny JK, JR. NZ. LT. B 2223 . 'GUY Pamela Brown "Pam" 26 Langdon St, 02158 'Bigelow, Riley, College -Allawys Remember the good times 'wf MP PZ DA DM BM ED AC IDM BB MB The Pit Bacon Lab lDream until your dreams come true Maria good luck wf a rich hubby, -Never forget how to party Good Luck to all Thanks Mom dt Dad I Luv You RF David Brian Burd ,S0 Woodbine St, 02166 Adams, College Will I live tomorrow 'Well I just cant say 3Will I live tomorrow ixfell I lust cant say 3ut I know for sure I dont live odaylf Jimi Hendrix I Ben Brown 48 Greenwood St, 02159 Weeks, Beals. Musician EAST TIMES AT N,N,H,S. WITH AT HOjO'S" HOME GROWN ROCK N ROLL TRILOGY IN THE CENTRL'M 1990 SMOKE IT' CT, ET. DL, LC, SG,"GR, CG BYE! 'ht' jennifer Burgess 42 Oakwood Rd 02166 Warren, Adams, College Good friends may drift apart but the memories last forever, Pam, Laura. Marshfield, summer of 85, Debbie, AC, LS, ED, HS. PA+ MRM Forever. Thanks to all my friends without them I would be an A student, RM, MH, TM, TS, MW l ' Walk l Q W r wil ' " ', ' , ,,,. .. W, , , ' A ' Le, K 1 6 their 'Qi' ly Linda Burritt 149 Washington Aye 01165 Day, Palmer, Cosmetology Never Forget Deb and Stel, and all my other Friends, Bruins ffl, 335, fill lf39fH1w,9f24f8K "The Guys" The Mall, "Photograph" The Cape Good Times are forever, Bad Times fade away My family, Goodliyt' and Good Luek Class of "Hel" jon Brownstein "Brownie" 594 Caldwell Cir, Athens, GA Warren, Barry, College Remembers Hockey 1, 2, s DW, KS,VIC, TB, TR, PC, MR, PII. BB, Police Concert HZ, Montreal, ll "A hand gun wasnt made for killing but aint no good for nothing else" LS A trusted friend is a true friend Thanx Mrs Stein and Mrs Cutter Love ya Mom, 'Iohn E. Butterworth 8 Regina Ter, 02166 Warren, Adams, College Remembers-Hockey ll, sl La- Crosse 1, 1 Bobhy BLK EPI TB Buds VW Cape Cod BE DB Puck with TR CP TG THANX to Don C. jV LAX LAUREN SOPIL YEAR IIOOLIGANS, light' 143 mph when' lun tirr. Leah Brown HS Homer St, 413150 Bttllrrftl l5C.1lS, frzllllt' Everyday rs a memory and rin: ries are forever track 1 J A trreer leading 's Party AIune+f1r,t Vslnr double sessions spetial friends will always he special' best tirries IDA + SM .Ir Thanks Dad 64 Morr Patricia Buell JU Bridges Axe, 01160 Brotman To Butterworth 771 LS fm 1-. : x 1 I .li 1. Ei :gt 2 .4 1 A E.. 'a Cynthia Campbell "Cindy" 25 Irving St, 02159 Bigelow, Beals, College Me and 'loanne Summer ol' NCGC YI, Saranac H2 Good Times with IIIVINOIVII JTIVIST all those memories 0f17fH1 Where are wef "I want to pass it on" Dally A Hug is a wondrous thing I have the worlds greatest family Loxe Ya' Christopher Ii Cahill 122 Nlonadnoflx Rd, 01168 St, Sehastians, Riley HOURS is NOT To REASON WIIY, OURS IS BUT TO DO OR DIE " "AND ITS TRUE WE ARE IMMUNE WHEN FACT IS FIC- TION AND TV REALITY, AND TODAY THE MILLIONS CRY WF EAT AND DRINK WHILE TOMORROW TIIEY DIE" TAKES, KEN, ED it ALFORD ,,-V' Richard R. Cararnanicii 111 Emerald St, 03158 1? 222 Cahill Tb Case AnnfMane Caira 13 Sl, 021514 Day, Barry, Aquinas REM Special Friends, Special Times Thanks Sha. I-11' - Mom- + Dad - Two very Special People" Gail, Mrs K, Good Luck-H-1' 18152 Smile Though Your Heart Is Ach- lngll FAIJVIOIITII- f +C f OSB Bugs, Floridafiil Palmer Tree, Someone SpeClalfERIC Amy Carey 39 Charles St, 03166 Warren, Beals, College I WILL NEVER FORGET BABE AND KATIIY WHO WITHOUT I NEVER WOITLD HAVE MADE l'1"R1CHlE64 HADLEY MY CAA MARO IS TRYING TO KILL ME' CRASH THE BIG ONE SNAFU Tl'RTl,ES CHUCKLES ALL NIGHTERS RENT A FRIEND SI'CI7I.ANT TRANNY THANXS MOM 64 DAD XOX Patricia A Caron "Patty" 12 Winthrop Aye, 02158 Bigelow, Barry, Undecided REMEMBER 9th GRADE SAT NIGHT TIIE Y NII NB LUCK TO KiUSDVEDRMMIIMBPTID MW AND TO THE OTHERS MIITT-N--lEI'I' IAOREVER KEL MEMBER WI1 DO THINGS DIF- FERENT LOVI1 YA' Al,l. MY LOVE TO jACK M FOREVER THANKS MOM AND DAD I MADE lT"' William G, Caldicott "Will" 1445 Commonwealth Ave, Nobles, Riley, Bike Racing Will always remember parties at Greycliff with Aj, BM, BS, CC, SPLIFF TRANNY 10 RULES The parties at my house Thank you rents and Ron and june Sleeze ya later and Doop de do your way through the hard times ahead A3675-.. 'Qi , Al. Ld, 51.4.11 james Caruso -11:1 Winchester Rd, 02158 Bigelow, Barry, College Football, Good Times with Good Friends GR, MC. JM, TG "Thank God For Weel-tends""' Girls and Culinary Arts, Police Concert, God Bless Ma dx Dad Kathleen Mary Callahan 49 Walnut St, 02160 Day, Barry, Study Fashion: "I THOUGHT IT WAS A SCREAM . . . A REAL SCREAM" THANKS MARA THA FOR THE TIGHT UN- DIES. ATN DONT FORGET TO BRING YOUR PING- PONG PADDLE TO COL- LEGE. MOM 84 DAD DO YOU BELIEVE IT! S'IL VOUS PLAIT OU EST LE BAR? -AMF Madeline Case "Mads" 582 Watertown St, 02158 Day, Beals, ! Thanks to my teachers, David "Spider" -Jodi + Bo june 24, 1981 -Joanne, Kenny, Sharon, Math 411, Susan M. All my friends in Barry House, Chris B, My family, Brian, Dom, Mom, Corrine, james, Dana, New Hampshire chalet 'hilip'I. Castagnino 2 Taft Ave, 02165 K Ian Chambers 54 Evergreen Ave, 02166 Warren, Beals, Work Remembers: Pat, Rich, Ted, Del, Vin. Tom.jB.jD, EB, GD. Kids in Barry, Anto, Leon, "Cards", DS, CT, BT, KB, S. Mrs. Z., LAW, Steps, Concerts, Hoop, Lifting, "RRR" 'lIobs", Sick Ned. "SS Eye 2 Eye" Par- ties, rides Snow, AZ. 331, HR 1220, Blackout? up Qing Michael Chin 23 St james Ter, 02158 Bigelow, Barry, Work THANKS MOM AND DAD. TEACHERS + FACULTY AND FRIENDS. GO TO CHINATOWN-EAT I PITY FOOL WHO DONT? COME HAVE FUN AT AIIG. MOON FEST, NEW YEAR, 1010, THANX TONG LONG WIJSHU' THANX-CKSDSG MjHDWBGTMSLDF MDMSMLSBWMSTS RSKLNGFL' I 4 I I Isl, Michael Cater 47 Larchmont St. 02124 Wendy' S, Chao 9 Circut Ave, 02160 Cambodia, Beals, College You are never given a wish with- out also being given the power to make it come true' Good friends may drift apart but memories last forever? Love to all my friends 8: Teachersl 8: A special thanks to my Momda Dad Good luck Class of 84' Debra Chiota "Debbie" 50 Fordham Rd, 02165 Warren, Beals, College. Modeling Remembers the Good and Bad times wf Lisa Sandy. SS KH DS CP LT D-I SZ twin Cuz Bacon Bunch jeanne and Everyone else 4eva V- Ball S-Ball Oniels Class Special times with BB Thanks Mom + Dad, Denise and especiall Mr. jackson wf AN Cesidia Cedrone 26 Wliswall St, 02165 Day, Adams, College Great times MARISA KIM ES- THER CATIIY COR, Adams, Ri, ley "Dances" Carmelo, Oh Boy' Mac,-ID, OL, SV, RT, CS, SI., KD. CC, EB, Fuzz, Whalens Cutlass 6- 1- 84 Nantasket The Circlel' Loverboy 8-9-84 Billy Summer "HJ-Hs' "IDTXXlVU" TI-AMO SEMPRE DARRYN -'1' Noah Chasin 83 Kirkstall Rd, 02160 Day, Barry, College A LIFETIME OF HAPPINESS NO MAN ALIVE COULD BEAR IT. IT WOULD BE HELI, ON EARTH-GB SHAW "The End- lineu The aged veteran, All friends who names start with the follow- ing letters A ABCDl:FGHI,Il.KM NOPQRSTUVWXYZ Belly cheese Hack Denise Chiota 50 Fordham Rd, 02165 Warren, Palmer, College Special Thanks to Lisa, Kristin, Sandra, Diane, We finally made it' AT SO BB ZH PP SB Good-Luck to all of you Never 4-get jonas. David, Caz, Mac brothers and the rest. Cape wf jM+I,C Cape wf KH + SS. JM ,IC Thanks Miss C To the Class of HW' Laura M. Cedrone 26 Playsread Rd, miss Bigelow, Atlams,follege If they got thunder appeal let tlierii be on your sidea I,S, Amy' SKIP, LISLJHCRA lPorpous' "The Dulles' IVIOOSEU LTS wf Lomha, mid- Swims, Rendezvous after 1Jl'l SIIMMER 82, 85 I.ll' I.ouies Best X at CB, BIDS, thrfS Tbr, Alst My Imag. Toodles' Esther Chisari 26 Iiro.idw.u Rd, 02160 Day, Atliirlis, fivllogt Crootl Times Atlaiiis l4t.ils limit Riley l'leli.i ff ME Kind IN lNlar1safRl' Kimi! ,N Cathy KIT M.1ryDCorC'K' Ill l tit Yl I7 -lack I.l'Vl HW lialens" lllfliiis title lllatls Cutlas "I.iici.i Stioi Skp Ihre Summer 'SIAM 'J 10 HQ MY LOVI' Al XX .-NYS S l'l l'lll N Castagnmo Tb Chisari U3 Margaret Chisholm 117 Euller St, 02163 Wlarren, Riley, College I'm taking you guts wf me You gave me something that iou cant rake back Kath, Chip, Kris, Riley tree, Rocco, field hockey, Thejus- tice and the Pres See you at the pushcart Yelly Remember when it started' Lisa E. Choquette H Ierome Ave, 02165 Steven Christopoulos "Christo" 40 Madison Ave, 02160 Day, Adams, Carpentry GOOD LUCK DENNIS TROY WALSHY LEONE BRIAN DD PHIL TIM. Carpentry, GREAT TIMES CHECKING OUT THE HSIIMOKERSH GOOD LUCK TO THE REST OE THE CLASS OE 1984 1 -lanine Clemente IH vlones Ct, 0J1iH Day, Beals, College Hilary, Muffy, Di Mona Danny. SBRMMHKWK MSALSKESCSK. The Rest, llp lull Skiing the hill party I'5-Batliroorri Thurs thanx hil Such is life Get It While You Can Mercy Killing, Limo Ride S-Central IIILRI1 I fl DNIE' Love Always Mom CQ Illcl NNN Ellen Marie ClalIin 20 Dexter Rd, 02160 Day, Beals, College CHILERLEADING 2, 3 RE- MEMBERS BEST OE TIMES Wf RONDA, SHELLY, BILLY, TP+VlI,, RV, RT, DS, JG, DW. SUM H1'WfIIE6: RC LOVE TO MY I'AMlI.Y' THE GREATEST TIIING IN LIFE TO LEARN IS TH LEARN TO LOVE AND BE LOVED IN RETURN - LOVE AND THANKS TO IJINO EOR l'Vl1RYTIIINfi, NEVER EOR- f,l"l' Tlllz 'INIMILS WE'VE SllARl'D' 4 Chisholrn YT: Cohen fa Ann-Marie K, Clemente 21 Rose Dr, 02165 Day, Palmer, College REMEMBERS' THE WILD AND CRAZIES'-BUZZIN IN THE BEE- SAFETY DANCINYY-MOE. STACE-THANX LOVE YAY!! SHA, IRENE, ANDREA- LETS PARTY- JULIO 145 -lever' Cheer- leading 'sl Mary and judy, joey, Dad"-'I'hanx for bringing me from crayons to perfume- Mom A .pres ""f?V Mark Cimino 802 Watertown St, 02165 Central jr, HS, Adams, Business Managment It has been a great 5 years, I'll never forget them. I wish times like these Kim Civetti 1737 Commonwealth Ave, 02165 i Warren, Riley, Newbury jr. College Remembers all the good times could last forever, Remember 10f12f82. the Cape and all the other times we've spent together. I LOVE YOU MEGHANl -10. X id' Elizabeth Cohen 50 Mason Rd, 02159 Day, Riley, College When I leave home to walk to school, Dad always says to me, keep your eyelids up and see what you can see- Dr. Seuss, Love Sc Thanks to my family, friends 8a teachers. Yearbook, PM Parties, LBG w.e., MYWE- Paris 8: London. GEI 6: keep the music goingl wf T.B,S. Marisa, Cid, Cathy, Ester, OL. CC., E.N., K.B., New York, Italy, onset, NB wfC+D, I Club dances, S.G., St, Sebs, The Pond, Brigs, Hopefully Elorida, Ciao NN Sempre mio anamor- ato Craig DE N. J Raines Cohen 50 Court St, 02160 Day, Palmer "Dost thou love life! Then do not squander time, for that's the stufflife is made of' from SE to Shakespeare from Stage Crew r to NAK time has progressed in relentless attack. 1 Profs: DMW, Shap, Bernie 1 Closest Friends: SL, DS. , l- Tracey' Colantonr SS Pond St, 01158 Day. Beals Remembers- The Good trmes are the best tlmes- The had trmes llade away- ,IGB "Del: what would I do wrthout you" "'lCAS" KP-MELrsenl 5 SGlTPl MM Sl. -ID RK DW RR KI. 5: eyeryone elxe sum- mer HZ, Hs I I,OVIf YOI' MOM' All my love to PHILIP llfll-lf?-42 MICS vw-1? Marguertte Connolly' "Mudge" l-FI Centre St, 02161 Newton Catholli. Beals. College All the answers that you seek can be found, The dreams that you dream can come true Thanks jen. Rose IRV l. Stacy, PB. TB, IIugh G. and all my Inends at Rrley Tree Loye ya Mom and Dad" WVV, Volley - ball. Best ol'luCli to you all elass ol' 198-W' Wendy' Cooper 299 I.ex1ngton St. 02166 warren. Rrleyy College Good Times wlth Good Fnends NTAFEII. Dawn, I,ee, Izl- len. Paula. -Tackle, Mary. jac- quelme. StaCy Sl,'lvIlvIIiR Ks Cape Cod' Dux-h IIASAI' WXMHIFII DF EA PNIDII5 ATRM wfllrtz. EA JA TCI' 7- 16.341 Butchy Congrats Class ol' M WI: MADE IT' Peter Colbert -19 Edge Hrll Rd, our-1 Btgelow, Adams, College I,rle 15 a sruggle and rewards go to those wrth the strength to take them PM CP IIG MD BN KI5 CG IIC SW -III SC MR MC SSC Bruce Marothonrng for Dayros My love to Geneyleye Thanks to my Iiamrly' Donna Conrad ll Iireeman St, H2166 Warren, Beals, College I Dont Iielleve Today eyerytlnng I helleved yesterday. I wonder vvlll I believe tommorow everythlng I he- lleve today Crowd I,uek Class ol H-I Speeral Irrends wlll neyer he forgot- ten esp Ruth -KII- Thanks Mom 6: Dad Mark Coppola 64 Gardner St, 02158 Iirgelow, Palmer. College Football 124 My lrle has lust start- ed rt feels lrke its endrng thrs year My dream never came true To Iiest ol' luck tojrm W and Cl 'Z 12 years ol' fun and laughs wrth Ii! JI5 MC tt Shelly l,ove Ya The Prom Thanks Coaches Mom and Dad GQ! -Av 427 Tracy' Connell if-7 Albemarle Rd, 03100 Day, Barry, College Never lrorget the hest nl' tunes wfthe best ol lrnends- DK AC TZ KITS' Green Hornet IU more mln- utes Pollce Concert GCC I5 Ark IUWT 'Tm VVl5lllflg on a star Io follow where you are"' My Iilaek Porehe' Thanx Ml PM AND DAD- l l.OVl5 YA Andrea Consrdrne as Iiraekett Rd, truss Iirgelow, Adams, College You only have one lrle to llye hut ll' you llve lf right onee ts enough I,a- hor Day- Cape W.tsl1 IDC 7AM The Polree GCC Ii 10 more mrnutes Green llornet IAC IS, lts tune to eelelvrate' I,ou's Good Tunes wf Deh KI, TC KD TX Thanks Ma LS: Dad' Carolyn Corhato HR Temple SI, Ulloi Warren, Rrley, College I,ook to this day' Yesterday IN lvut a dream And torrnotroyv IS only rt yr- sron. Hut today well-lryed makes every yesterday a dream ol lrappr- ness, and eyery tomorrow a yrslon ol hope Ihanks to eyeryone who helped me through NINIIS Rohert ,I Connerney HIflohhyf liunartln 34lAll1son St,1l3liH Day, Heals, College Rememhers I'lasels.tll l ,I -2 lloekey I J 4 Butter, lhrT17lllx.lxlUIIlIlX, Talrno C,lrn1I1.iH II-lilll, l5rrl.l, Russ. llyn. Chl, lohnny C l'lrash II upl Rosey Capetod, Nalla, lXl.1 A Ilad llorlda Illi Grrel protett HIL" Slllfll UNI Crood l.utkhlAl,l MX I1 lVl IH IDORLIN Iioys tluh I5-liall .a . f 'f,ffg,ia5 , lean Corlwefr Q5'PCl1erry Sr llflftg Warren, Palnnr, l nrlrtlrltrl RllIllllllWLIN Kelly lltaotol lrnl Nat lllay .xTlIllivllll lr-Hui lrloes l'. lentl5llyrlslr1.l,ry rug'-ts lhxnk- mg llrt lltnls Xkrllwzgton 'Ap rn llll .Arn lrylhrr-lnt lntzr litt- sl hi llrsr lnnt lltantr iotr- lull HN lJ.lllXll XX Moms' XXX Il,-Xl l IN' Nlflhl Nltrlt lt' Colantoni To Corbett 779 Ni 9 Brian Corrigan 4-1 Harvard St, 02160 Day, Palmer, College Remembers: Football 2 5 Lacrosse 2 5 The summer ol' X5 The Grunts N6W7 The Mustang Kevin Iiric Kevin Kenny Vash Temp Buster Anto Den Gil Dante I.I. GK Ifun Times in Riley Commons Fuzzy KC House Danny RS RN Never forget F1113 DC 47-L61- Teresa Corrigan "TC" 158 Charlesbank Rd, 02158 Bigelow, Adams, College Remember The Good Times The Bad Ones Aren't Worth It. SB. M.D,, SZ.. KF., KH., + the rest of BCS 431 St Pats Day Hs, 4 olljuly 82-5, Ken, Sq., Ii-Park, Skiing, The Invisihle Car, T + MR, PATH, TIA- SITS, BSS-FA, ISS, DII., M,D, D.T., CD., Thanx-julie, Later NNIIS Philip YI. Cotugno 25 Sewall St, 02165 ,nf- I I 226 f,'0rr1Q,qttr1 Tb Cunning 1' W Q E xx 'QM- .w-.v .,..N.- ,,,..--.M April Cowin IH Bigelow Rd, 02165 Warren, Riley, College ALWAYS AND-IORIQVISR Dlfli 1101-'1?1,ADREANNIIUSGAD SSC AC MG AW Cf MK PR KR -ISC SMITTY I'N-NY SMII,If TIIIf WORLD IS Yf7I7RS SPAIN GRUWING ITP STAGIi IIIGII ON I,lI"If INIAGI3 PIiRPI.I' PAS- SION CRANK IT PARTYING IIUW KAN YUII DO IT AI,l. HIST 'IIIINIIZS Stephanie Crocker 12-Ji Commonwealth Ave, 02163 Warren, Beals, College Il' you have something you love, set it free il' it doesnt come hack to you, it was never yours, rl' it does come hack its yours lioreverl Margi Scott jamie Dre Sue DY IEK IIK AW AD IIP HW LF AR VIOIIN THANKS MKIM AND DAD' Cynthia Corsi 56 Anthony Cir, 02160 Day, Palmer, College The past is gone but the Futures ahead- Hold onto your dreams 84 good times- Sorry we drift- ed. Best wishes to all. Special Luv to Mark-It wouldnt of been the same wfout ya 5f26f1-12 REALLY? Luv to Ma + Dad, You'll always he rem Sue 6f1f!-is Gerard Coveno 64 West St, 02158 Day, Riley This is the end of our elaborate plans, Best oitimes with every- body Especially MM The Irish Man WS PS GMJA BD Good Times At The Quary, Bermuda Smiths Basement Special thanks to Mom and Dad Couldn't Have Done It Without You 1f2HfH2 Sarah A. Cunning 55 Farwell St, 02160 Day, Riley, College SWIMMING 12'1SKIING 2 B Not being what youre expected to he, but what you desire to he, that's success Thanks Mom and Dad, I couldn't have done it without u Adella Cape parties GC BIG GUY SA SK RM JC KM .ID MC AB TB Thanx John .Judy DelGizzi 299 Auburndale Ave, 112166 Warren, Rrlexh College Remembers' Mary Dena M1- chele LVD. SD, SWE Gravel Trmes partxrng rn GTO wrth -Iuhn Marx aw AMA, Best ul Trmes with MN III' R-I Lvnn GL NIW' Cape wrth Marx IIIINI WKNDS At Denas vvfSM BenCh ul' H2 Stephanle AI.L MY LOVE TO 'IOHN sf1fHJ Crndv Nucl Danlel 15 Danra St. 02126 Warren, Beals. Tele- Cmnmunxcatruns Basketball 1. 2, AGll1IdlUChlD the future DM.KR,1IH.GB. SL, DW, Tj.-IC. MC. The Knu- Cle Heads, BP. BB. fR. SG. Thank vnu Rev and Mrs Huw- ard Ilavvvrmd Mum. Dad. Granelma,'Iam1e, and Nrtwle All my lrrve trnvlenna L Lellrrvv Senurrs, LET S KEEP IN TOLCH Q 11 9 Carlos A, Dejesus 266 Newtwnvrlle Ave. 1121641 .15 Katherine Dallarre 'Kappv' '6 Prarrre Ave, 02166 Warren, Barry. College ALL MY LOVE TO CHRIS CAR- MEL The krds rn Bacon, PAR- TIES, The Curner. HELEN, Yaclxre, Gxmnastrcs, KE NEVER E1 JR- GET, I5E+KD. MR O'Nerl. ANNE IN ARMY FORGET- KD, COL SLMMERS, PARTY IN NIL GOOD BYE AND GOOD LLCK, MADE IT' THE CLASS OP "ee-4" .Iames D'Attrlrrl H Hancock Axe, Iljlitl Wfeelxs. Iiarry VI'wrli. Stlwfrl IiltCIfIlQ.il Shup The Mrsh, I11A.GK. PK. TRAID, BM. SM. The Iieeler. PC Sf AND W1 DLASZLK CODI- CLASS HB-X-I Vespa Iamlt wut xa xa xa wvu were there Gu-vel The NNIIS Lfvulse DelG117r 11 Thurntun Pl, 1121321 Iirgeluw, Beals. Wfurlx Always REM Klm, Mane, Mrke, land hrs PA-TEES1CS,DM,jS, 14 vmdn' BC Joes Ellrut, POSTERS' Mrssrng AA at Branders "Cute as a hugs earlw Carnivals Paragon How many earrrngs nuw'XLS DW PA- TROL calm yuusell' LOVE 'l' THANX MOM + DAD ,lennrler Daly x5 Park St, 01151-I Hlgeluw, Adams, Cullege Gund Errends Drrlt Apart, Bur The Memurres Last Ifurever Rememher Scrtuate Summers CIS SIIORTY WISIIING ON A STAR Dc 1N'T GIVE LP DEB 'l' NANC' GOOD TIINIES DTNSNITDNLNNIVI INICKGNIICDTWVR ALL INIY LOVE TO MOM DAD -IEEE THANKS EOR EVERYTHING' ak vlrrnathan Davres 'lax JS Pearl St. ulrsx Carnhrrelge R 6: L, Rrlev MIKE Me Kenna Rememher 'Dfwnt run hrr the pfrlr1t""'VUl1ata Rush Cfharlre llrppeel hrs x.1n"MulTv Oct I 'HZ "The Grrl II1 The Dark Rrmrn' Yrvu Knuw XX"hw Yuu Are Aflrm M1141 Ahe Dave R Iiuhhv Runnle antl last hut nut least Auntie RURU 'Iuhn Daly .Iatquelme Ilarrgelfr 114 Wiltshire RJ. UJISH 'Llacjklel' Day, Rrlev, Mlllftlfl' HH Adams St, Ullih Lax 1, 2, 3 Day. R1ley,Cwlltge Best oftrmes wf RR, KL, DR, DL, Thanks hrr all the Ifrwrrrl r,rn'.s TD, SODICHIA, DN, DW, SL,JD x'wu'veKg1ven me Sharun. Drarre -IP Snuwstorms' we gotta get nut ul' I.I.,,IR. Pl'-,IMI Ill, PT WN .NIM rhrs plaeev GM,.J1J.RR,PM,rrJ,,-xr rr. ur All my love to Clalre ISLN, The Ilallwax. sr,metr:z.es Yrvt1,Iustfywt'l'a Sax XXl1aKTllC Where am I' SL GI If ID Ll C K H1 Luve vuu Alum 54 Dad Agllstrnu DeAngelrs Chrrstnpher R Delulrrr A00 Waverley Ave, UJISH "Chrrs" so Atlena RJ. tljlfri Day, Aelams. PhD rn fhvnputer Scnence Mousetrap STOP limlxrrrrt Seuente Iwetrun Cluh Adams llrluse Rat. Smrrh "Ir was the hest .rr trrmes. rt was the worst ul' tunes - fl Iiilll' I ff livwr Cities Stephen DClVCkiLil1147 17 Perry Rd, 021611 Wlarren, Riley, College The Bench, Chris,Vludy, Dena, Ma ria, Mithele, Lyn, Stephen, Vlohn, Ricky, CL, Kevin, Bobby, Dawn, Renee, Sheila, Mary, Sara, Stacy Teresa, Sharon, -Ioey, -lim, Kevin Tommy, Charles, WM, Stacy, Tere sa, Sheila, SQ, Nancy, Diana, Eoot- ball Anna DePaCe R1 Sheridan St, 02165 Warren, Barry, College Rems Best ol' times wf my Closest friends you will never be forgotten' Michigan sums. H0-HB 7f2P-if?-H, XXIRXHZ Ealzettas The moment maybe brief but the memories R 4- eva' Forever Biml N64L'Iac ac Ros Rta Love ya H47 ti amo MMD Irene DeS1mone 1-I0 Sargent St, 0215H Bigelow, Riley, College DREAMS MAY FADE, BUT FRIENDS NEVER WILL DWVIDSLBM STACE + ANN MARIE GOOD X AT TIIE POND-SI'M OE H1-GERARD BOBBY- HEY ANDREA WE MADE IT" NEVER FORGET YA SPEC THANX 2 SILVANOS ALL MY LUV TO MOM + I-'AMILY SPECIAL TIMES SPENT Wf BIL- LY izf-xfai 1 , ' JL.: ww" .I 2 P8 Del' lQ'c'ehrl1'1 Tb De WMO Albert C. DePaola 62 Evergreen Ave, 02166 Nleadowbrook, Palmer, Work Tony vloe Bob Duffy Kevin tk Ernest R. Robert Faulkner Thank you Mom 8: Dad for all the help you gave me during my three years at Newton North'l Teresa M. DeStefano 25 White Ave 02165 Warren, Adams, College remembers SI', DP, GP, VIW, BM, AG,'lD, MD,-IC, CS. And the par- ties at the Apt Oh welll 2f25fH2 "Babysitting Monday Nights"-Def Leppard -HL "Ea1thfully" "GGMSEL"' KM, Sl, DM,vlE,VlD, JM, MM, BR, '1's,j1s, Mfg Keele '4B1SCL11t" "UPS" "lPFY", BUZZ' 5f1-1 Andres rl. Del-'arga 295 Highland Ave, 02165 Barfelona, Spain, Palmer, College in Spain IE l HAD TO MAKE A CHOICE BETWEEN SPAIN AND I'SA I WILL CIIOOSE THE l'IRST ONE BITT NEVER MIND USA IS NUMBER TWO VIVAN ESPANA Y I'SA I WILL ESPECIALLY REMAIN KARNI, FIAEL, GARY, THE VARSITY SOCCER TEAM . . Charles DeRosier 19 Manemet Rd, 02159 Monique Desveaux "MonaleekJ" 28 Rossmere St, 02160 Day, Riley, College Great times with Susan asa the rest ol' BCS 411 H4182-A 'I'.A.S. I.T S. BSS-EA uphillskiing KenSq the Oth D. T5tM's R Eri 13th EH., E0.0MM. Ylfs The party tree W.A.l.H.' SWT E.X,C.S S.C.P, P,A.T.D. The invisible Car K.T LE. IS and AT PR at GM 4-eva JIWAMK' Richard Derry "Dick" SH Brafe Bridge Rd, 02159 Weeks, Riley "What do you say! Will tl1e human race be run in a day! Or will someone save this planet were playing on' Is it the only one' What are we going to do! lMcCartneyl I . y. Marisa Desantis 46 Parsons St, 02165 Day, Riley, College Remembers all of the excellent times we had . . , and will be having Kim, Cid, Esther, Cathy, Cor-CS, DC, SL, KD, BJ, jD, I Club, Summer of 82 + 83 the r Cape, DE, New York Nova's 1 Are you serial? the Circle I 9f29f85 yes always Robby l I Daniel E, Deverix 11 Dalby St, 02158 l Marya DeVoto 179 Grant Ave, 02159 Belmont HS, Riley, College Family Singers, Bagels! "ONE OE THOSE" Really! I thought you were a freshmanl "Have you seen whatshisliacef' Play- doh and Socrates, Danton, Vloanne, Bach, "Wanna buy a raffle ticket!" Cafeteria recital Thought je pense, donc, 16 dors l l ,. y. jennifer Dias 85 Bigelow Rd, 02165 Warren, Barrx, College Srlence rs never unerrrnfllrrable between true frrends Mudge, Ruse, Stacx Ttgnes, WVV 41 Never forget goud flrtends at Rules Tree. best ulVlL1Ck' Luxe tu my Iamrlv, esp. Marte' Im strll wrshmg un rhar star -lush az 'Inn' Love dt Thanks tw srvmev une specral, Peter Drana Dunes 216 Lagrange St, 01167 Elmunte, Batrv, Lndevitded I WISH A GRIEAT Fl'TI'RF FOR AI.I. OP MY FRIENDS AND I'I.I. NIEVFR I-ORGIT AI.I. THF IFXCFLLFNT TIMES WI IIAD ILI. AI, WAYS REMFMHIAR ROB D NANCY, MARISA, IABIA, ANGIPMO, S11ARcwN,oRa NIiLl,A, GOOD LITK To KI. SF CK GW AND TO FPFIWTUV' 4-9 LIST Laura 'lean Drckev 11 Fern St. 02166 Warren, Adams. Cullege Rems vlennlfer, Ann, Llsa, Ellen, Pam, MC, Summer of H5 wrth I-rlends Ever I,dSIl1'1g fun The Brtdge Harvestrng The Crops Never lurget Sandy D The Anrmals. Mrke, Mu- sic Bunnre T The Gang at CI' The Park Candv, Cash Thanks Mum at Dad "GH ' Sarah Drmlrng :sa Crafts Sr, mlm Dax, Palmer, fullege 'Su we Lheated + we hed + we tested + we never fanled tw latl - rt was the easiest IllIYI1lIW7LIO,KOL1 wrll survive being bested' SIS, KR, I.W'. NO, YIM, SI, VIR, MM Izsp AIi+KII- All mv lux t1vM+D, RDI4-P Gram- Malge+fhuck-al- wavs" 5-5- n ,...- ' N Steven DIIDIDIJ 67 Mosman St, 02165 Dav, Palmer, Aeuvuntanev Hugh schuul was great, and Im glad I completed rt Nrrw tts tune tu make future plans, and I'd hke tn sav guod luck tu DB, SIVI, AS, TB, DD, and PS Althrrugh we got busted alnt, rt was wtrrth lt, because we had our lun, 'Iuhn H Dnrsev fs Saul St, 112101 Meaduwbruuk, Palmer, Ileetrxan I never thuught xt wuuld gn by su quxek But tune llres when vuur having fun, never forget all the ytmnd trmes vvrrh -IMDIEDP I,P.IZMMVIIII.II Ctr-up Mush tricked N7 fhevx lilett Shwvp Trme fur class, lmve vnu Ma Ive mx Im- velv sisters Mrs G 'Serv "ss :Z Stephen Dnlhrn NH Auhurndale Ave WIN, Warrcln, Heals, Cullege U ' . , 1' s A xx Wfrlham I' Ilfrherv, 13 Rfrberts Ave rmfh Iiax, Riley, frrllelge Remembers Stephen, Chrrs, M1ke Cmrrtl Irrenrls Danna 'len.t1I5usrn' Chun, C ha Lee, MLIL'l I,eune, Iiest nl o1sI9rrr..'lr,r.r l'llt-rr Shelly Rsrfmaa lufk Awesurne ,Iettv lladle, R11,f..e .Iudv Dfrucerte 17 Hayden Rd, 1110116 Day, Iiarrv, Chllt-gt H-D 1-Iver, NI1VI'R I-ORGI1'I,1n the PAST, Gt X ID am ISAD TIMI S AIROSMITII FONC PRT llflfwfrsj wf5I-', I-LA "HQ" "RI1D11S IN TIIIz WIND" WITH DAVIz SI'MMI1R "HA", GIRLS IIAV "HU" ALWAYS Remember TIARRY YIIK' WORM ON THI4 COI'NTI'R Wff' T, THANKS MA AND DAD I Lt TVI1 YOI" 0 ' I DI Y K SC 1 ITT SANT A XX AI- TIIAM T6 IOH'II5AI.I OIIJ IRIIANDS I R1 PM DAY ,N1rm's. WALK H3 .Nlr O ITAIY KAN PARTIIS CAPI SPIKIAI, 1'11ANKs'1rmA1,1 MY IRII NDS Charlene Dtruvrlle R57 Auburndale Axe, 'Ulf-fr Vsarren, Iiarrx, fulltext Inu' to Suv!! Remembers'Iennx lxettt Nlrfruta Daxtd, -Irmrelxn, Adrt-an lD1'nn1, Nrek, Rub, Iamar Iran Yun, Irr- tra, Ihanks rrr .1 true frlehdvlr vt Hs KR, tl, vk, Mu, rm, II I'M+'IK+C n Dras Tb Douulle 779 'fr' 'loan Dow I0 Iltilt' SI, llflfvl Dena Duffy 1121 Watertown St, nzlrso Warren, Iieals, College Rememhers -ludy, Mary, Lyn, Mi- chele, I,eona, SD, Cll, BD, PI., BM, hll, The Bench ol' HJ Summer ol' 9-is Camping with Steve, Phil it I,eona Good Times at Nantucket with SM, PI., I.R, l5M,YlI. wknds at my house wf The Gang All my Love to Steve Ilfl MH!! Richard Downey "Ril4ki D" 20 Breamore Rd, 02158 Bigelow, Adams, Ireland GREAT TIMES AT BC With Hilcke, 'IMPSNT TOD SUMMER WITH MARCITS and ARNE GO EOR IT NANCY' THANX MOM and DAD, TRANY 10 NANCYS FRIENDS Keep in touch kids who knows when l'll need you again All my Love to TRICIA Sean Durlon IHS Kirlxstall Rd, 0211.41 Day, Riley, DAY -IR llliill you IIYIIIL'-VVL' II'l'AW-Cloper-StarfVC'ars-The- Yellow A Iiean ll 'ill BIIN -H.VlOl1- IiothMAf ,liro-Ml' I5eer-I,ondon- Ireland--Moonshine DHA- Dean-on-.irival-Iiy-I5loodRotlt- Dave-Prince Thetra CKS-People ManyP.irrres Iiarchlirrsronl-veryonv elite UU Dow to I:'dn'1on.s'ton 60 Vlenniler Dustin SH Auhurndale Ave, H2166 in 'U5 w I Michael Dunhar 33 Barnstable Rd, mms Warren, Barry, College Sutter Outdoorflndoor Tennis, Skiing, Tignes, Ireland, Iieveraging wfthe hoys, Toby Charles wf Ted I5 The Russians Prince and other Random Iiunk Rejoice, Rejoice we have no ehoice hut to carry on It's heen great guys, Iiest ol' I,uCk 'lv Vlotelyn Sue Dvett SO Prince St, 01163 Wfarren, Iieals, None My love to Adrean forever, to MKM, I,isa, KK, KVI, NZ, DSHIK. NP, CD, GUUDNIGIIT BABY. YIRP, RIGIIT NOW, YOI7 lili- l.ll'Vl1D ME' To Donny, I,exy 8: lzthan, oogaleeagahaga, peachy, Tlll- DITKPUND, IiRAIiI'RN, HM, RI-IIICCA' HAVI' A GRIAT IIITIIRI' 6: Catch me later" l Evan Dreyer 47 Cl1urCl1lll St, 02160 Day, Riley Thanks for good times + laughs my love RCLCAS thanx Mom Good luck Durkin + Boo "Look at all these girls!" Dont walk in from of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me ' + be my friend. CAPPY JMD 1 l I 4 Charis V Dunn 64 Gardner St, 02158 1 rl 1 1 4 I 1 l r i y r rl Iirian Edmonston H1 Grove St, 02166 Warren, Adams, College BRI Rememhersrlim, Paul, Ted, Chris, Kyle, Laura, Ileidi, Bill, Pippa, Diana, Phil, Caroline, Karni, Kathy, The Bag, Vega, The Naked Beating, Holiday Inn, The Hand, All my Teach- ers, Bryant, lacrosse, Darts and lllfflflg the Bus 'Q li Kathy Egan S40 Centre St, 02158 Newton Catholic Adams, College Always Remember KH CC CM PL WESTON HFEIDIIAM' dad S25 MICS ASPEN Nil TB NS LM Frnends wld A new Gard trmes mme .and gli but guud tnmes stay' furever 111-H2 12682 Thank you and I I.OVI1 YOII Jimmy' DSS MII Ilullls Abe English Gtmdehye PIHIJ jSF 1- 1: Iladley P. Elchler 035 Washingtun St 02160 'dia Rtna Essig 36 Glendale Rd, 02159 Bigelnw, Beals. College I,UVIf TO LORI, CARULYN, CI.AIRIf BEAR, ANDREA. STACY Summer X2 I.ORIZRuhrn, CR, DK, FS. BA, LTC AIIIiWAT- FYCLFMWUAICFMII Buss l2f16fH0 MMM -Iudy' CI: AT 13 TIATI:I,AIPOII'I'VV 'Ilmnlcs Mzum, Dad, Carolyn Best tunes to fume, cuz we-'ve only lust begun' 1 9 3 43 Alan Palfune R' Alden Pl, 02165 'lkm-Yun lung 'all Austxrl SI, H2165 Wlarren, Barry, Iiluluglsr Une shuuld he tahle tw see that thmgs .ire hfrpeless and yet he de- termnned tr, make them utherwrse' I Sturt Intzgemld Thanks Um my lrrends, teachers, .and ldmuly. lur mdlyrng my years ID hngh sthtml wurthwrle Robert In Inannnng xo W.4h.m Ply, tulsa Iirgeluw, Harry, Cwllege I'rmth.all 114 351 Alw.1ys rememher AS HIGmrdtlr11es wf Illllt'-IUIIITS un frew -IW' Iif IIJYIII-If I,.1lwrtI.n wkend Marne The hug 'S II'l Ilur- ltld 83-Xl XXI' wdntetl II sw Intl hut If never came true I I - IJ-H4 'IIIIAITRN MA Strll lnye ya Nrrm Mark Iahran 250 Ward Sr, 031511 Bigelow, Beals THANKS NORTH' IIANGN OI7T IN TIII' LIBRARY WITH TIIIE 'I'RUI,I. WRI5STI,ING 135 GCXTD 'I'IMI:S WITH I:I- SM AK -IF jS SMII.IiY WONG SAMMY WIIITIiS "ITS NOT TIIIE SIZI- UI3 TIIIE DOC IN TIII1 I'IGII'I', ITS TIII5SIZI5UI"I'III1HGIITIN TIIIE DOG " TIGIQRS RIILE I5YIf NQW nu Iii 3 --.ar i Dennis Im JH Wfessex Rd, UJISU Iilgeluw, Harry, fnllege The PRISI IIN has been I PK Nlvirwr ries ul' gwrftl llrrends MM PM PIX KM MN MIS IS AVI' VI I-Il Ileres tu plrtnrnng .md yt,herrr:r,g I will he line wrth Irf1f,l-..1r.dthr- hes 11lLillSIII7'I'I"l 'I"I'INGI.1reyyt-Ilvf Prls I.y'n I'.1r.xt.1 I1 I.Jl'lxIIl Rtl, Hfllyi VC'.1rren, lhrry, 4 -rllegt Remennhers Mnhtllt Klux vlntlx, Dena, She fly Si Al, PP, XII IKIS, SM S1 , N Il. Ilnc Iltmlt Sum- mer ul HQ A Hsl 1l-- ul trusts with INllt'lsrl1etlwtlt.rr Nllrlreerpt ysrth NK, lNlM+,lK Iht Ijdfls III S 31 I'.1rr1esmlNllXlSI .tr lht 4 lhllltngtr CS I".1rr1t's -IN S VAN SIT 1 I -MQ Z' 'ti ..-"" Rami: I'l.assy 'H wlmxlrnlwdftl SI. UQIUI Srdun N.1twn.ll, Ildrrx Nlttrulm.. I'IIgIIR'L'I' XVIII Always Rtmezvnmr KI',.v,I!. I'x.1, IJ,-XIX Ill 4l4Wl1lI.1f'ltI Ira' t .lui I yytmt Iwfr-gt! 'ru .XISINIIIXQ KARIN II.I.g'gsrr-wx' K 'XRIN -I MP AISKAR tlni ,NHT I .1ys.r.s xx IIIANK .Xl1':r,r:,t: I 'I I ' " srlmrg' .-XIRN Iilll XIXIIIRXSN I,-XII II Egan Tb F.1r.1C.1 741 -z:'-1- . 'Ierome P Eazio ISS Mill St, 112160 232iQ1I'Z1i1l Tb Ifirxparrick Paul Earaca H Mt Alvernia Rd 02167 St Sebastians, Barry, Graduate Unlioregetable Times with PT, JM, PM, IJIl,jD, DW, SL, Cloopa, Pond Rock Puna, Clubbin, Brown Bomb ThePolice, SKITRIP KEGS SKLEENY, I.ilI5it MCGEES YUI"Rlf LOST WI'I'HOl"l' A CROWD Ylfl' Yt Fl' GU YK IVR OWN WAY THANKS NEVUTQ BN NORTH Goodbye Eoreyer PF Sean C lfeeney :ls Mill St, 03100 Day, Barry, College In and Out Track X-Country MI. Soccer RTRfDC The best ol' luck to all ol my liriends 'iLiye every day as if it were your last and someday youll be right H Love and Thanks to Mom Gita, ,r if' i' 1 A It aw? 'u-L Lori S. Feinstein so Sunset Rd, miss an , ,ww A -A , ,, ,.,, ,i mtmfffff , K, 4, 1 41' gn ' afwa-WM l Q f '5da'57f?l'T0, iwfgyn'-ff 1, ,gg-a,,. f,.':f,' "mill eamawa 'W "f'?f? 1 ,wa - "" Q' ' 'Cv Lisa K. Eialkosky 47 Rxlndlell Pk, 02165 Day, Heals, College Remembers, all my friends, Lauren, Doria, Rach, Suzanne, Pete, Sum- mers "HE" Weekends, Party's, Ski- ing' My Love to Tom, Andrea, Stacy, Kay, Thankx to everyone es, pecially Mom A Dad The New Models, Bye Sean Fitzgibbon 44 luller Sr, H2168 Weeks, Riley, College NNH, Its a great place to party, Bur I wouldnt want Ko go to sehool there. Never -lget Dead concert, The real Police with PW, JSC, Puna, lb, Toga at D1lly'S,C,fUSlf1lI1Il1U van Stay cool DL, RK, EIN, Hi, HJ, TM, raw, nM ' 4' Michelle Farina 24 Manemet Rd, 02159 Day, Palmer, Globe-trotter "Maureen's coming when!" Susan, Linda,julie, Rita, ll and H, or H and Dora, Michelle, EM, LW, TS, DS, ET, DL, BB. CF, LC, ZH, CG, MC, "Tril- ogy", ROCCO, stalling at inter- sections, Police'2, "Why didnt anybody tell me!", Viva ltalial, "Wait a minute. . , l'mgraduat- ing!fl" Eileen Fitzgerald 43 Waban Hill Rd, 02167 Newton Catholic, Beals Bacon, Riley WKLII, Sandy, Kerry, Aaron, -l-many more 10th grade at NC High wfAmy, Vera, +janet. Stoneham partys at Chrisral wfGD softball games summer of 85 Caroline Donna, DT, TS, NB, NS. -l-KH I Luv Tony Thanks all weve only lust begun Dawn Fitzpatrick 16 Brac Burn Rd, 02166 Warren, Adams, College I look to the sea, reflections in the waves spark my memory, some happy, some sad, l think of childhood friends 64 the dreams we had UNDIB' EWH' WSG 555 SOCCER' CGIYLL SUMMER-NITES NH ELLEN PAULA WEN JWMR THESE R THE BEST Ol' TIMES David M, Eleishman 65 Stuart Rd, 02159 Bxgelow, Adams, College Good Times wnth Smurf, Mnlla, Simons, Dr. Heckyl and Mr. jrve, Animal and The Day Boys. Remember the Parkl sl, the quarry, NNHS vs BC, class trap, and the motels. Thanks to Ken, Deb, Mom and Dad Stephame Flynn 5 Taft Ave, 021711 Clarke jr HS, Barry NEVER FORGET ALL THE GOOD TIMES IN THE PARK WXCC, KL, PO, SH "HEY GI'YS WHATS l'P"' AEROSMITH WUVDY 11- 16-82 GIRLS BAV FI- NALLY MADE IT j1'STY"' "THE GANGJBJD, TQ, CM. AL, KM, SG. IIAMPTON BEACH CAPE COD DEE LEPPARD ILL? MOM 84 DAD Chrrstopher Eralze 10 Phnlllps St, 02166 'Nw Dana Eraktman 59 Plne Ridge Rd, 02168 Weeks, Barry, College GOOD LIICK- PMJWBWPWRKVW TOGA-Aq- ueducrs-B112-Zac Sk1Trnps-the road of llfe rs long yet the time we have IS short, Football Hockey Lax Beach Tlme Nunchakus Spleels Good txmes with the boys BC. Knller Buds KAZF Llftung Scnruate wrth Pete Bc Mac 10 jolme Frechette 437 Newtonvxlle Ave, 02160 Day, Adams, Childcare Remembers, O'BIE, HG, MB, MH, Bear, SA, RM, SK, DI, CF, BE-l-TE, MD, SB, KW, 1f1f8's-,IG, BCJH BBLE Tranny 10, Partles Love you always Mom dt Dad Llve and Love life to the fullest. If you haven't loved, you haven't llved. Love ya ABE Susan Flemrng H2 Lexxngton St, 03165 Warren, Adams, Physlcal Therapy Remembers TD, DP, KM, SI, PIS, IiM,jB, DM,-IW, GP, BM,,IC,,lID, MD, AG, MK, CS, TS, Mrs Keele, Young Lllke, Waterp1ck,OH WIzl,l., Marlboro Zflflftll, IIS, NI:W HAMPSHIRE, HEIGI: A ,OPEN ARMS,-1ot:RNm' sfmm, 'I'I:Nf NIS MOM 6: DAD, Adams House Tree, Cali, Rollerskating Steven Fontecchno 24 Braeland Ave, 02159 Trlcla Foster 10 Pnnceron Sr, 0215s Bxgelow, Barry Most of you repulsxye MLTANTS s1clcen me, But theres hope for .A lrew ul' you, loops-that was nasty I My regards to Enchannngvlenmter. Elwaheth, and TNIHI1llxd Remem- bered the rest, ran out ot' space A ze a . Michelle ISI Iiremault 60 Los Angeles St, 02158 Day, Adams, College Dream 1t,and nts possrhle,bel1exe rt and 11.5 real. "Love IS a lmttle held " Memornes remaxn - IWA ITM Palmer Tree Thanks to my lyrlentls, I would have never made rt wnthout you Neyer forget blunker I Loxe you Mom 84 Dad Fleishman To Fremault 733 Iltfldl Frnedman 17 Lerghrun Rd, H2166 Warren, Beals, Crnllege Remember and luve lnrever VIM, IJY, AW, KM, SG, AD, IIK, IQK, IEW, SC AC, Urea, all the mls, NII, Cape Gfxs Halluween Hs, Llmclale Purple Pengurns, PC the luckers, Fudge Buddy, I wanna gn tw the Cape' Imahds, Smurlrs, Teddx hears, Iiuhha, Buhherre I f Frjerffnqm ITU Gill W Hugh Gaasch 6 Ilawthurne Axe. H1166 Warren, Iieals, Cullege "TRY NUT DO UR IDU NUT TIIIIRI' IS NO TRY '." "VC'har Lan not he remedied, must he endured " TIIIf CRIVU, BIQVIKRAGING. MIC HIGAN, THIS SUI'THI,ANID, TIXAS ROCK 8 ZX, NIVI-R AGAIN' CHFVY II, WVV, RU' MAN! I"', I,UVI1 TO Irsher. I,aura, l'llen, Thanks Mf", The Manu' Mechanrc 'H-3' Sharon I,ee Gasserr my Walnur Sr, mlm Dax, Iieals, fullege Iur I Have Starred Un The Lung Ruad Ol l,lle, I Inllrvw The Sun And l,et The Shadnws Iall Ilelrmd The Igarmg IH IUC I,e4:, Iilg U, Dang, I'lIllX',lIIlIAl1k hflurn 64 Irlad, Int if 4, I-Ulm-r,1.flwfHJ, lievxl, Iharrx f rme, Wleelxcruls, IJKFI, Ilfvnr Ier lr l'r1d 15 O- Don Gallagher 2756 Pearl SI, UJISH Dax, Iieals, INIeLhan1caI Dralltrng Thanks rw a hunch ul' great lnends Whuever vnu were Rub, SCHII,-lllll 6: Nrcl-4 "The Knrean Curduha fn- srsn "l0f's1fX1" "Vl'hat hume- wnrk""" Ilralrtrng 'lot' SGITRID GNIPRAXX'-IDNIM I.I,I'I'RI1WUP" "PARTY MI'- 'I'AN'I"" Panrlal awareness rn Phys, res ,ds K7 Susan Gerson 136 Boylston St 02167 BIPICIUW, Harry, fullege BE HAPPY - SPNSITIVI1 AND SINCIfRIf IN I.II-I1 - I'NIQI'l4 Sulltball I J '1,Nevvmn1te 2, Vulley- ball J 3, Ilrsrory J R, Rememherrng the locks, lnrellcnts dx Hunters Pam 'HJ f Laugh hmrever Iiplsndes 'IW'- If-MIJZIK lk thanx Mum K Dad, Miss Ilavld TRYING TO GROW' Yi lI'NG 'K J un V X pf f' QR :C Sean Gardiner 1013 Centre St, 01159 XX'eeks, Beals, Cwllege Imurhall Baseball l1T TR TA DM M! The Srwncs ACXIDC remember Urchrsus mghr, Klhng ISD, Dune Izslung, rhe sehlml rn CH, the DHGII wrth Ijfdl and fappaz, HAZ, IIC CC, N, the rat and junkyard drrgs Gewrgra Glannakrpuulns 73 Wrrhmgnm Rd, 031041 Ilrgeluw, Palmer, Cullege I watuh the sun gn duwn and I realrle that I am a dar ulder, a day wrscr, and a step cluser ru mx dreams Mana, Soplne, Iiarhara, I'unA'Iee, Nancv, IICILII, Denlix' Ka- lilgfld, Rhodes, SST, MSI.Y, I.lsL Tcfknn, Mars Q if' ,Z7 Gregory L. Friedman 48 Gay St, 02160 gl' rf!! Chris Gardner 666 Centre Sr, 02159 Iirgelnw, Riley, College III BIISTING THF BIG ONE ISIS AND IIIS BIISTIEID ITP PEKINESF lI,IfT'S jAM'J THIQ BEAST BIISTING SIINIOOTY BIISTING IIIS SKI'I,I, CWHAT A RITSHW IJIS Iil'STING ANYTHING. MY CIIUPS , , , ALSO LIQA. ST HOCKEY WfjM,.IIiRRY G, 54 UF COURSE, PAM IfI'GI,T " v-Q 5 fl laffgik A , .john K, Glll R83 Cwrnmunwealth Ave, UJISQ Sean Grll 62 Roosevelt St, 01752 Dax, Barry, College BASKETBALL, 1 2 CAPT R. TRACK 2 5. GOLE I., RE- MEMBERS, Aw, Qr, Cs, ,rn TQ, AI., CH, MANY OTII- ERS,ALL THE PARTIES AL- WAYS REMEMBER TIIE GOOD TIMES AT NORTH LONG LIVES THE EDCO EAGLES' THANX EOR EVERYTHING ERAKEN- MOM 8: KELLY Daxrd Gush HX Temple St, OIIK6 Warren, Barrv. College Lunch before rumror englrsh No I wont leaxe, I m dome rnx work Arn'r xou supposed to he rn class Monarch Notes Hoo- pas' Dosage' let s not spate rt Dont let people stand rn the wax of your true morrxarron Dont he exertalvle ,C' Errc Graf R5 Hunnewell Awe, WISH Brgelow, Adams, Coolemg Good Trmes wrth Nlrlla Warren Murray Srrnmons I'laSlr SG. AB. DD, IB, Ca? and Gang and the Dar, Boys, BC Bound Remem- herrng THE Partres at Warren and Gerards Basement LOVI1 TO MOM and DAD and BROTHERS Thanks for the mCrTlor1CS ,,.4' ' ' PQ Rohm Glazrer BU Clements Rd, UJISH Brgelow, Ruler, We ve known one another a long rrme we nexer thought rt would end We wrll always he eloxe we wrll alwaxs he rrrends- Ida, Mare, New - tonite, exerxone who was there for me thanltx for herng you 64 lettrnlg me he me-I loxe xou MfD" Todd Graf Ei Hunnewell Ave, 02158 Brgelow, Barry, Iashron Desrgnrng College GOOD TIMES WITII EG, GM, MM, WS, BEST TIMES WITII RD, PD, ND, MD, SD, ID, TD, CD, EXCELLENT PARTYS AT OCCCJNELI, House with all the Downeys and IIIKA MADWO- MEN GOOD PARTIES WAR- REN GERARDS BASEMENT LOVE EM, WJ, G-I, II, DM, MS, ALI, DOWNEYS I Laura M Gonnerrnan I5 Shaw St, 02165 lu. Mark Graham XJ Bourne St, 02166 Warren, Riley, Vrdeo Produeer VUHOS A ELIRT' D M S R "DI- LIRIOITS' 'RI'DI1 BOY "WHAT TIME IS IT"' "VANITY K- INAS- TY GIRLS?" ITS VIDI-O TIMI' ALI. TIIE CRITICS I,OVl' YOI' IN NY CI, SM, KC' RI'MI'M- BERING ALWAYS AT XX' "WII.D-N-LOOSI' NNVrnt Gregory C Grlson -15-I Walrwur St, 02160 Brgelow, Palmer, College Track I 2 4 Laura we've got .4 great IIIYL' ahead or us , Bunny your MSLI, 'member xlxrrng tennrs weekends Serearn MS MK class wrtlr fat Hey Cory, DA, vlan, MK 'IIlldIIlxN mom and dad, I,etS never forget why we are here Steven Gormellrelluw NCYTIPIILIYM ION Ivlelroxe SI, UZIG6 Warreerr, Palmer, College AIIXVAYS REMEMBER INIILISA AND TIII1 GOOD TIINIIS WIT IIAIJ IIIIIGIKIIIIITR 'Iollr'1xo, DANNY, PIIIL, SMl'RI', AB. MM, I'G, DI, BB, TIII' CAPI, TIIIf PARK A ARCO COOKING PIIILS IIOI7SIf MICIES ITS ERO. ZEN STIIVK BALI. TIII1 BEAT II BILIIRICA TIII: QVARRYS MOPEDS Chrrstoplrer I' Grax Ho Pearl St, HJISH Bigelow, Ilealx Good tunes rn A6 xxrtlr 'Luk rn and Ilarrx U AW ISOMI' trnru rn Rrlex tornrrronx xxrth Yaslr and Marlt R, Those frequent trrrw ro Gtrrseppek urtlr lN'Iareellrr rn lm IVIICIWIIKI 1' Tommx' Grads 21 Rogers St, IJJIW Brgelow, Palmer, Road Trrp, Were Roughzng It Hunger Hul-,, Slovx blot, 'Ill D. TIII1 STATIfS,vI1 rleex, GO IOR A SVR IM IN THI' RIY. The hrg gu'.,Del1 M NITE, you can! ruxh perleltron. TIII5 SOLARI HIKI X2 GIVIOD x I,I'CK TO THI' KIASS OI SI AND HAVE A NIC I' TRIP Gill To Gray 753 Robert Greeley 710 Walnut Sr, 113150 Day, Harry, College In my Three years at Newton North, I will always Rember Heart- Land drug store Mom+ Dad, Da- vid W, Mikel ,My to-workers and the rest of my Ifamily and Iireinds Not to Forget my Cassette Collet' tion which is costing me alot Hans T. Gundersen 58 Perkins St, 02165 Warren, Riley, College The moments were only temporary, but the memories will last forever, Ski-Team, Tennis, Solid times in Tignes, ER Summers in MN. Clrt't"f, Gotta Luv it' 'lamaita" Quarry, Right Heeere' RH All the love + luck to u Riley Tree bums judith Ann Greenberg -18 Ballard SI, 02150 Bigelow, Barry, College "I go to encounter the reality of CXPCflCl'1Ct'U yet I will Cherish the memories forever' Swimming 1, J, 5, love ro Pam, Danielle, Dree, RM, MT, Mom+ Dad, DG,'lG and all other friends' "I dream of fame that is meant for the few " ,4- -.ua Chris Gunn 11 Randlett Pk, 01165 Day, Adams, College Although Its been s long, hard years I can not say Im glad its over, remembers The Nobes, lake, Raw. Batch, Iioufa, Herh, DM, LP, Rubs. Shan, Sliihe, SM, OOI5. ITN. Diff Bike wrecking, crew, The Dead, som, Vrvrriy Aw, MK, js, ister CH Ultica Gustafson 25 Iiellevue St, UZISH Bregartlsskolan, Sweden, Adams, College I WISH EVERYBODY GOOD LUCK IN THE EL'Tl7RE' ESPE- CIALLY KARIN, AND AMY WIIO MAKES ME LAUGII ALI, THE TIME. THIS HAS BEEN A WONDERFUL YEAR EOR ME AND I WANT TO THANK MY MARVELOUS SPEECH-TEACH, ER MRS BORDEN AT LAST KRAMAR TILL ALLA"' Susan Greenberg "Stubs" K0 Charles St, 02166 Warren, Barry, College THANKS TO All my friends 6f'm0fH2 I miss you dre the Cape, 7fSfHs aeahdheslc, mitli, old times cant last forever stubs, waddles, wabbles, buhba 5: buhhet, growing up gootl times if boston thanks addchf sos double dating with dre I cant 'Iill Guzzi 25 Byrd Ave, 02165 Day, Adams, College "So many roads to Choose, we start off walking and learn to run And yet weve gust begun" Remembers the rest, but will never forget the best lilv-larah, Bridget lSahinal R+Y:ff, PT 1, Briggs Take time to smell the flowers Love M+D' Karin Haggstrom X49 Commonwealth Ave, 03159 Osterleden, Sewden, Adams, Earmer I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOI7 EOR TIIIS WONDERELL YEAR AT NEWTON NORTH AND ALSO WISH GOOD I,I7CK TO ALI. MY FRIENDS MR. MEYER YOU ARI: GREAT' GOOD BYE TO MY DEAR ESI. CLASS HE'l DA OCH LYCKA TILL 5.1 X-7 Hilary jaye Grothe 54 Hancoflt Ave, 02159 Day, Beals Will never forget The friends l've had, the friends I've made, the one's who've gone, the ones who've stayed Thursdays, Adventures, Summers Snow Days, 5 ys Lin- coln-Sudhury, and weekends with jim All my love 6: thanks Mom 6: Dad Heidi Hadro 60 Robinhood St, 01166 Edwin W, Gurney 102 Highland St, 02165 Warren, Palmer, College Remembers' V,-Baseball Capt,- Skitng, Co-Capt, Riflery, CCCP Hockey Enough People, Rocco, The Opposite Sex" R1- ley Tree, The Cliff M + D, HR., E+G, Quarries B Eisher, Mr Schreider, Meg Later ff- Ken Haller 51 Whitney Rd, 02160 Day, Adams To live your life your ow vay, to reach the goals you set for yourself, to the you that you want to be, that rs success' Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. Chris C Ed R I,arryA joel G, 756 Greeley to HililL'f ,gulf , xx V' Pippa Hamann 425 Highland St, 02165 Warren, Palmer, College NEVER4GET DY RH SM KS YS KI DS Summer 'Rs BE TB jj JB-A Tr Ernd Is A Trstd Ernd. Rlv 8: Clan, Brrgs, Trck, E-Hcky, Sk1, Tra1n1ng, H- Games, Qurtrs 84 Bud, Guzzle WXD Tra1ler, Blade ACt1or1,Luv IS all IS alrlght, Dazed 84 Con- fuSed. POLICE, Lvl-IW'BW'f YA. CHRISQIWTBWYATT CL'ZILY Zelda Harr1s I9 Rangeley Rd, 02165 Warren, Adams, College NOW ITS TIME TO SAY GOODBYE BLT THE TIMES IVE SPENT WITH GOOD FRIENDS WILL BE REMEMBERED I-OREVER SUMMER OF H3 TI'RTLES' ALL MY LOVE TO MOM. ERIC, PALLA, SLZY, AN- DREA, BETH, STEPHANIE, LISA, CHRISSY I WISH YOL' ALL THE BEST OE LLCK ie vii' Dom1n1k Haudensch1ld 9 Gay St, 02160 Day, Adams, College "lf you choose not to dec1de, you Stlll have made a cho1Ce' Rush Swrm Team, Weekends w1th the Sk1 Club, All of my frrends. These are the best of t1mes, and I'll never forget Zev Handel ms Temple st, mmm Warren, Palmer, College I'll remember DS, CM, SR, TE But you, LIL, I'll remember most of all Peace and good luck to all of you, Try to be mce to one another So long, hrgh school, Here I come, world' Lee Harvey you MAD MAN, John I. Harr1son IV 469 Wolcott St, t'121Ny Warren, Palmer, College Track I 2 R, Football 4, Rrfle Team 1 J R capt, Rocko 2 R, R1ley Tree, New South, What must come to pass, should come to pass W1th1n the l1m1rs of that MIST, therefore, you are rnvulnerable SALLY I LOVE YOI'R TOES Merryn Hearn 161 Walnut St, 02160 Day, Beals, College If you never have dreams they can never come true. Ill remember the good t1mes w1th macs and RM, BS, jE, SA,-IK, DA, CS, NB,jS, ER,-IC, BD, AP All my love and thanks to my farmly and all my love to Bobby and B1lly -N- 'lr -I a .-1' is jon Hartmann 51 Hancock St, 02166 Warren, Palmer, College -Eeu des deux p1eces' v1ve Napo- leon' Er 1l deCr1v1t en l'.Ilf avec sa canne une arabesque 1mag1na1re Postea multa, drscrplr magxstnque Septentrronalrum, Ilacere bene, quldque IAHCIIIS. Phrlosophy IS an ac' crdent Rachel Anne Heckscher II Devon Rd, 02150 Weeks, Adams, College Remembers F1eld Hockey. Gym- nasr1cs, Eam1ly, Brrghams, Pohce concert, choclate puddmg, Woody Allen and Harvard Square, su111111ers , . HIIHPPIDCSS makes up 1n herght for what If lacks rn length " -Irost Thanks to all my frrends 'J M is ff 6 Carolrne Hartog 165 Blgelow Rd, 02165 Warren, Beals, College "Do not drsmay at goodfbyes, a farewell IS necessary before meenng agam, and meermg aga1n after mo- ments of l1fet1mes, rs certarn for those who are frrends " -I,or1 Kathy Carolyn CA Mane DY CII Europe -I LOVE 54 I,I'CK-IR Sam K-I Heespelrnk IS Pleasant Sr, 113150 Rrvers Country Day, Atlams My years at INNHS Wll-Xl' ,X -IIlKIt" Iiut ser1ously II yyas Oli kISlI.il'Il'xS to eyerylyotly who made sen1or year the best, -IW, BS, BNI, NP, XA, SP, IUII. IEP. KQXX espet1ally',ltn11y I7 'lihanks to lien Merltt for all he dnl, yyhere cytr he may be' Rob go syy111111111'1g Cheryl Hass R7 Hobart Rd, 112150 Brgelow, Rrley. College Best of tunes yy'1th best of fnends Sharynvwe re both members of tl1e Club All my loye to Keymayxefl always and forever be together 11, ls-H2 DYXRIYSS If you really want It you can make lf happen Thanks mom A dad GOOD ILCK HAI I larre IICIIILIIIJII II Vlayerley Aye. UIISN Isrgeloyy, lit-als, College Iiest of lrrends R1n.1.Ior.,la'o.' Stacy, Artdrea Remczztbtrs Part e MMM, ll Io SU BOSS DLIIYZITAT HI, Sf, Si, Neyvpmrt Beach KQXI w, M.1r1 San D1ego TLC CIUX1 lf Illx INIAI5 All IIIX roye ro 'lolv' yy -w 11 gg H. Hamann Tb Heineman 23 H.. Nlarilou llilton -IAIUICH 116 Pearl Sr, 011594 lilgelow, Riley, follege Remembers K vloIInson, Ill never lorget the good times n Maine' and Srullrnsvlohnsori .mdYIoI'Inson, and KU Isproutl Pf, lNIIf,kie lany- w.ns'I RM Ill IIT TI5, SC .md work' KR .llltl I'ng 'Ir vear, aml sliek, Chris and DM I' And thanx mom and dad Lia, E2 Q- I I I ' VX pun avi ""'!' Marc llolilirnan IS Lawn Axe. 02160 MISK, Iieals, fiollege, Alt Remembering Thelew I rew, I .Ip- tian Nlorgan, Authorized High HS g, 16 H1 f urls, Partying rill I praxed to the porcelin Alter, Crarnirug lor .ill those exarns In the end MR Z .Ind I shall meer .it that liig lieer I .Ill In The Skv"' fihervl Ilovsepian I5 Iiraemore Rd, 01165 Iioston Sthool lor rhe Deal, Harry, I ollege Never forget Patles good 'I' had times fiMLCCSAILIDIHTQKZSI' C',IJRRIiSPUNDI1NCI1 Sl:f'RIf- TARY IIIHIRMASD Remember LAV BARRY AND PST Never forget ol H1 H2 HR THANKS LIIV MOM SKANK MlIfH"' I Stephen Herbert -I5 South Gate Pk, 02165 Warren, Palmer I5I1IiI5A IIOIIHE IIAKIL ZA-XA IiI'l5IiLl1 TLSSA CHIRYI, Ll'- THIER AT THIS DIC. CQIZZ l'I'NNIl'ST XXXURD LI'THl1R- WANIAN SKING RAIITING I'RY KXUNNKR IACI1 WAI.- TC DN SWI'I'NYMl1ISTl' R Nl JBILS MS Iil'ASTY LIBRARY liI'I1I' MUISILI1 SWIzI.I. Kimherlv A Hohmann IU Layette St, 0213?-I Kristin Howard U8 Sheridan St, 02165 Warren, Riley, follege THI: GOOD AND THI' ISAD TIMILS Wf TIII: lil'S'l' UL I"RII1NDS SANDRA K DLNISIE fi.AIJIi CHD H3 AI,lSl'MARI,Ie' TRAC Y dt ALL THI- RIST' WISIIING I IIAD A KAR Iil'T ALWAYS WALKINCI D133 PURPLE. PARTIES' THANKS Ml DM AND DAD Wli l"lNAI.l.Y DID IT is fn? L , Susan Herzberg 47 Esty Farm Rd, 02159 Mt. Everett, Riley, College To Chris and Andrea- The best friends a kid e Could ever hope for - The best of times - Boskone - Quincy Marker - Vacations - Mov- ies - Computers - Sailing - Good Times, but best of all - a wonderful and everlasting friendship, Danny Ilolmherg :Il oak Cliff Rd, ogimo Day, Ilarrv, Alirita C,UNlilfIll'WA DICK ADAM MATT SILVLR ,IUIL KIiN, H Guys w Ties GR! I,II'I' AGITHA IEMILY BASS IiY STING color ISY DltI.I'X NANC Y WlfATHIiR CUPPLR Stott Mike Iireiin Colle Chris God Movies DANNY I will miss my friend, SEE YA MITSH GONE T0 AFRICA, Marie Hoyt 35 Linden St, 0316-I INfIe.idowhrook, Beals, College G1 IUD I,I'CK Gr Art mlrs Thanx I The liest Yr liver Il P MVC' RZ PS M WVI.T,I.D R M HM SP SLI 'ICQ A D.S Rlf A A Ill remember Summer '85 BBS, Dr lid First we IIICCI, then we part Thats the sor- row ol a graduates heart I I I I Carol Higgins 'all Wildwood Ave, 02160 Day, Palmer, College K-fJ0fHl-Always Miehael Z Yr, bottle DMJDTMMRJK Ilflllfbil Pretzel 10f1lf81 Hal- loween Party Iltiea 1983 Golf Lourse HHH St. Iirown Comet DdtTlQ'I' MR's Smurf. That which was meant to last did, that which wasnt meant to didnt' IN THE AIR' MDM I I I I I Valerie Holmes 217 Pleasant St, 02150 Day, Heals, College XX-Country, indoorfoutdoor l tratk 1 2 1 Ifla 'HE WUCS, l TDQI, WHl:RIi do vou live' Chin action, thondav, Potatos by the Pool, shortS, tueresuria- tup' m'ha'hl'e-nak' Louise + -lull, meetin' In the morn I dont see any reason not to' -176 wfrax LIIK' I I I I I I I I I I I Kimberly Ingham 60 Arapahoe Rd, 02165 Warren, Adams, College To rell the value ol' a true liriend, is to tell ol a love that never ends. Remembers: All of W, mv friends- Riley Tree, condo e I' IH NH, Summer ol' HK, Track, X-County, M + S Love to mv ' parenrsaewpclrll. nl'mllP InwP 1 'U' notes- Never forget Kim I I I Daniel B. jacobs 50 Roslyn Rd, 02168 Weeks, Palmer, college "I sure dont know what I'm going for, but I'm gonna go for it for sure." "One man gathers what another man sprllsf' "Ram gonna come, but the ram gonna go, you know," -GRATEFUL DEAD Meghan jodka Ji Sargent Pk, UZISH Bugelow, Adams. College Mark. we xe shared mam spe- cul IHTW5 Youll alwau mean .1 lot to me Alwaxs remernher To Be Real , our lllglnt ' .rlrer Misses, the ITIJIIIUHX. 'Irulx . NQ semi lorrrul eolleer tall from Igmdurl, frape Curl, tlle enreua, and ll-K-H+ I IUVI: YUI' XJ J John A 'jmre SSX Calnlllrnra St, 1:2160 Bull vlakubuwslu I1 Converme Axe, UJISH Hrgeluw, Palmer C'G,.IW', ISISZ. HN, CM I.A :Q SN WRhS'I'I,ING 1, Z SMADXID 'IXIIE fI,IlfI5, IXP, IIII' 'IAM GRAIIil5l'I. DPAD CUNCFRI' GOOD 'IIMIQS CI,lII' DIVING xl, CGS it KZS 'IIMI' Gum IiY I,IKI5, IAIIINC RAIN, OR A SIPVUAY IRAIIY' Atlam Vlulmson 63 Grexellll Rtl, 02150 XX'eel4s, Palmer IYI- XXIAIIIPI I7 Il YIARN IUR IIIIIS and ruovs vwlmr' IRI l"' 'II PIA, Ill IP, Dwlage, Ilullmwween, Irmmv, Trrsh, Cltv Ftlrtlun, Ia- rmn, lilllx H l.xnn, llonme, IIN, flex, 14.11, lsr., Imvl-,,yorA1,, SAM, CIIITK, awful .mtl MR 'IIRANSIISIVIA rvraavrmsr IN rlre hex AVI Chrrs -Innes 'Ruxtx ' fu Sunset Dr, UF? Dax, Barry fullege liasketlwall I, 2, fapt A Remembers Iiest Irnentl Sean, f S A W KZ, and Gfmd'I'1rnes .rr N TID long I,1xcs the lzdco Iulgles I Imxe Autrflwwtlx. Cars, Partmes 'Ilmnks Mom and Dad Iiesr IIIIIYIC ol HI Daxrtl I4 VICHIKIIIS .lunvlepsen 4lICNl0M Jo Kenyon St, ll, 116 262 Atlums St, HJIW Whrrren, Ruler, frnllelge Iilgelrvw, Rllex, M1lnt.rrx, f vlllelue RLIIIVIIIIWCIS l.r-,lrlSr1,lSuutll, led, IOOK UI 'I' VUIRI D CAI SI' Pnptm, Ilmru, fnrolxne A .1 lor ol llliRlz I CUMIT Rememlwer tlum- rvtluers Shes rm the rnormf IJXIIIQLI S.1turtI.n' mglmt IIIINSIUIIS wfilll lvl tlungerrmslx' Ill the Vega I'.n,Il, erm SI' Never forget Youth Group .mtl I lv rr ww xour leexs' I wwf I lrec Rrlex C wrnrny I,UVI INIAMII Y Ihmlex to .Ill mx lrremlx, I xxonr KM KII IIIHY IAJUK IVIRY- forget yr BODY I MADI l'I"' -III1Y I5I'D- 'NISURN IO lil' XX'lI.D"' ru III In .mnuml I'YlC I, 'IUIIHNIIU RILIIIl',IUl'Il1SilII H Welr Sr. UJINY JW K.rl1lrvrm.l St, UJISH Wlrrren, Atlams, Spetml Illettx DM, P,rImer, Iitmmxs Artur lwl.rr1.lgernenr Nexer Iurger K.rtl1x Shea M.mr.n I'II num the elass ul H4 + HI Ilmet Shea, S.1r.1lvetl1, D I5 flwrxl 'I' were .rll GRI-A I' llopetullt the D.mr1x', Ima Ii, -I A VC' I,lllLlil U, pm-tres w1II Ieeep or: CHIYIIIIXQ Mx I, D K, A D S, 'I' A 'If R A Y. rmntl wrll be ull llnglr Nell: rl Hut ID Ir I1 It I. S. IJ A M, A M P. my IllL'lIl4Jl'Ik'N wrll .llwaxx rerlhnn 5-1 le IYIVI, P P I, P, A IJ S-Stall IDC- wlll srnmx 'I phuure Iuture Plans llollxwrmtl Remernlwer G flames SIA R Iileatlmers, Iiarrx Gang, CSIIIANKS MOM + DAD SAFJDCIII -ICIHIIIC ."' Wlutter Rrl, 113160 Dax, P.4Imer llrlltxlt' liuwn M Iiexr VJINIICX tn IJ.1rm'. K IH' VI 'l'11narz.1, fherxl, fNlaur.l .XNIP -X2 lgela, Sturm, SM, Kun I.IJ All MII, Mllnloe, KS, I1 I, l.Nl + NP VINIIAIIX lNlfun + Dall Iierr.r:zr.'u'w All II., Iflll 1. PPIIVINU I'ffr'.v,IwI1'1". 'l' New Yrs exe HA' Arztl rllc luv ul years are to tv me' SIAAIC P -IHIIIINUVI NSIUII-IIINM iw liurr St, 111766 Dm, Adamx, 4 wxleu 'I RACK- Ill,-XNK5 KIICKII Ml,lI, Kwl, KM, IDM, ID SI, DP MI5, SG, IM, PM IXX Mft, .rnwne tlmr m.rtrere.,I MI XC ll- KINS R' I,-nxt X.: AlllIIl:1NlNlUI'x"Ll KIRANINQY' Il S Dau mm he Q' wie lvut ll S IIICIIIUIICN lun on .mtl rw' IPIJASS all HI llxex I-rrtxerm 'fa - I ,-Zia, Q aw acobs Ybjones 239 I Duane lordan "Dr" I so Kensrnut-rn St, 011110 Day, Iieals, I,.avy Srlurol I Rememher All My Irnends Party IIILI, INATCISSLIS with 'l.1rune,Nlully,lIllarx,do1n4gupthe Innes Sandy, lleatller, All the Good Innes we had with the Guy sl ll IN NII' di Canada LED ZIPPIIIN at Dazed M Confused. Thanx lor standrng hy me Mom at Dad ,ludy fhnwel I.L1Cl'i' Steven Glen Kasha 307 Temple St, 02165 Warren, Adams, College Soeeer 1 Z R, HK was awesome In- door and Outdoor Traels I Z 5, H-I All the way Thanl-as very much to all my lrrends, tannly and teathers III always love and rernemher all the lantastlc people who malse my hle SUPCI "lli.,llI!'C,i'i.iJI TIT: ,Kelly Irns, MEN' Mrlse -loyee S' Dayrs Aye, 02165 Warren, Rrley, Whwrle Remembers. 24 Late mght.Sio Tar Mllflr Moe Lilo TC jD GC 'IC VIS Cape Cod jamarca. Vt,jBjN Rrcky Acton Partys Brll Annese KLYNNY Lrltethal BEAN but Rohert Kasrnan S0 Prlstrlla Rd, 0J1fF Bigelow, Iiarry Puna Krller Mowre L1 IC-NAR wrndows CQ Plutonrurn Nrhorg The Iierkshrres, Cape-Cod, Ilorrda, K sknng The Van + Muoseheatl I' Iiest ol luele to all my lrxends aug Ronda Marne Kadrsh 11 Omar Ter, 02100 Day, Riley, College Cheerleathng 2, s Iiest I1111L'S with Ellen and Shelly RVBDJOAS CTACDJGATAH Those good tunes wrll last loreyer CLUISIII rn Herhs Stang lookrng lor parnes that drdn'texrst,Th.1nx In Mom de Dad R Smges Iiahama marnas "No Wayn Dehhle Kat! 'ri Iiraeleett Rtl, 031W Iilgelow, Rrley, lolle-ye I' CANT LOSI1 S1 IMETIIING I' LOVE, II' I' K1'l'P1'l'IN YOI'R HEART 4EVA' I . XOX Best Trmes WXSWJWMAQMLPRODB SKIWSE R,lDRI,K Partres kj S Summer HS AMI, Dies POLICE CLIN flrrrurleleel wflfv Cullx llurrrs Thx 3 Stel' myhl' IJGYMNS Capt Thx 2 Delay, M + D ILY Paul VI, Keegan "Sp.1rky" -16 Auhurn St, ojlrys Warren, Iiarry, Work Rememhers SS, MS, Mae, AM,,lD, GK,11M,KD,rS,RN,R1.MDA. STAR Itlee Crew Post Sli Roach, Summer HR SM CODE HOOK EIGHTS, Iiwont LAUNDRY' Arr Supply EJIJQI' NOISSC OTT WAI,I.Y'S RIIDEVIOKES Izleetrr- Cal prohlerns never fixed, KES, EIHIP I'll he hack, N.,-f Davrd Kantar 582 Kennel-Q St, 112151-4 Bigelow, Rlley, College It was lust yesterday leehng so good Thanks all for the memorres Half Mast The IT12ig1f rl tune to ex- pand The alhes 5 DSMHOCKEY sleek machrnes that thunder rn your heart we can make rt KDKAK Mrrrn Dad love ya Dayenulepen Durck keep the heaten roy The mu- src Heylvlust relaxe Suzanne Lynn Katz 13 Clements Rd, 021514 IIIRQN, Iiarry, College We are here to add what we can to lrlre, not to get what we can from II CM, KW, SZ, RM, AT, SA, SC. KS, LG, DA, JDW, jlf, IIG, -IC. PW, MII, S, HOITSE lst BBC-K MH, Sweet 16, IIBAQN, TRIPS, ISC iffl, PING, GOOD TIMES Thanks I Luv I' Mom, Dad 6: Wendy Mary Kelley "Babe" H2 Lowell Ave, 02160 Warren, Barry, College REMEMBERS. AMY KATH RC "SW'EEDIE" CAPE TI 'RTLES BE- MA'vSTGE'S "STARS"' ROAD TRIPS "BAD GIRLS" TRANNY IUVIACKSON B YESTERDAY IS HISTORY TOMORROW IS A MYSTERY AND TODAY IS WIIAT WE MAKE OE IT' SCPE. Sf P, SCRE' SEE YA LATER BYE NN. Debbie Kaplan -10 Park Ave, 02158 Blgfflllw, Rrley, College LET GOOD TIMES ROLL Wf Tommy TZ TC KD KL DS LABOR DAY WEEKEND. IJACES, WINSTONS-WASH. GREEN IIORNET, LOUS. TIMES DOWN TIIE CAPE-,I DEE'S COME AND -JOIN TIIE PARTY DRESSED TO KILL? So very pretty! THANKS MOM AND DAD. BYE, F . :E I Dehhre I.. Kaye 100 Hartman Rd, 02159 Margaret M. Kelly 70 Wauwlnet Rd, 02160 1-1-1 Maureen Ann Kelly 66 Prospect St, 02165 Vfarren, Heals, Cnllege NEVER BE SAD AT VCIIAT IS GONE-lI'ST BE GLAD II WAS ONCE YULRS TOO HAVE DINI SLINIINIER HI' 'H'-" nexet forget Ml TNIFA 64 DENISE, BC, CII,-IO, SS, Aff KM, PAM NEVER IURGIYIR KID SPECIAL THANKS AND ALL IVIY LOVE TO INIOINI' is Gary Kennedy 741 Pleasant St, 02165 3' Qu-v Vnctfma R Kxnsey all Iatrnhard St, wwf Bupa-lftw. Palmer Alrve. alwe I wanna get up and pve, I wanna wreck my xtwtk- rngs rn some yul-ce-bux due Yes MW, dust he dxarnunds DWAP 5 TAA s fwfmfl fryp- tnc, xsn't ttf Oh nw, nut agam, ANOTHER une thats crazy' Thus nsn't garhageg thxs us RE- ALITY Hwpe Knrschner l6HII1vIWart UIIU7 Iilgeluw, Barry, fwllegt- Ywu wnly lrxe wnte hut II yuu luxe rught wnce rs t-rwtrgll NLVI R IURCJLT ItK-A'I'-Af-AVC'-AIJ- III'-SG-DYfKR-jSt. G-RV,Sum- mer 'XG Marne Kerry + Run + Tammy FOREVER GI'Y Cape France RwHuP1Shu I Lnvc Ya Mom Dad Chrp-more than lnfc If' self joseph Kennedy Allele" 167 Cherry St, 03165 Wfarren, Riley, Travel "Wk Wluuld All Gu Iluwn Allugerlv er INP, DG, R I, NZ, I LX, AI,.II3, TE, MP3 WW, Tranny DB, Keyxn D, EM + 'IK + CD' Luye Always to Charlene, A True Eruend "Id Rather laugh Wnth the Slnners Then Cry With The SJIHISH BVI, Iwhrc Q KIITIIWJII 16 Iieactvttwtmd Rtl, H3161 INIe.1tI1vw'IHrf1Hlx, Iitxxlx, K nlltfltge 'Wk-ll Kltls Itk been .t Slut' ful l1I'elGtmtl lL1LlxtrvKI!efl.nNr:IHl tlunt hluw IT RI1IVII'IVII5I'R-IS,,If, RD, TI5,'II3, IDINI, C VV,-IA, Vhantl "KILLER" BIVIIRAT CIIMI4 63 GTO + 'HJ IB twdgwertelsnegh artlr 'MI'SI'IX'I' whatla ywu tlmnf' INII'I.Sk1n get nut uf My way -Intl: Klashman Jr- Iullur Sr, :Ulm Weeks, Allams Thtfse IIaxe Iicrn 'Ixlut' Wlnrxt 5 Years UI INII I,IIi"lITIl4lNL' xxlw luxe casetl the pain 'ICE IIS, IPS A9 I Wrll Whillc Iicfurt' Tlmcy IXI.IlxL' AIL' Run Luxe Ywu Kmrlm Rxtlmrtls Al rny luung tu tht' III'A'I'I,I'S ANI7 IN TIII' IND TIII LUVI' YHI' TAKE IS I-QI 'AL T1 I TIII' I1 BVI1 YUI' MAKI' Davnd Kessler 200 I5IIl'1AL:I1lI'l Rtl, 03166 Warren, Palmer, Clnwn Twas the yearbnok blurb deadline and the poet dad note that tmngmng plea- "A quote, my klntlgnrn for a quutel' And so nt ends ' we ri' -3 I ' Glurna I'l.tync Krntxutl 192 Ilurnhrrltlt Aw, H1121 Ihy, Rlley, VC'4vrlxfII.nr Styllnlg Gund lutlx tw the gr.ttlt1.lr1r1lg Lluxs UTS-I A xptft1.1Ig6ntI IWYIUIIICALIITIS whu lmnlg wut III the lutlmrtmrn Gtmtl lwy to .Ill tlnc wurlx I tlltl and the wurlt that never gut tlfmnc and ru the teatlmerx wlm unrnpl.11t'uctl flaw uf' HI Ltyt- fahnf, Izrrn Krley QR C harlt-s St, Ujlf-ff Xxfarrert, Rtlty, f nlleg-4 Only nm tlnnlg laxts Ivfrurgr r Igfmtl, IIHI the lull hut tlw: vnu nes Ilwpe Ann Iianana Sue Apt' Ilet Irfwfkw I nnwl Ilru -ISC, KR KM fl MC, IVA Iimntlt-rx I IS Irlentls HMA C apr: tw Ice Scan Iiatl Mffrr. Im r INIHIN Yluseph Kung IH Ignrwax Dr, H1169 Day. P.alrnt'r, Cnlltjgt- Renxeullwcrs Mast-h.tll Ihxltl Ilt I KIITIS. Iitfrnmt- 'I' Tum NI1I.t Cheryl, Tun 'I' -lulue, Key Lirr Antly, I'r1t,I5t'tl1,.l.atl-.re.IXII,-I lln I5M,ytl1Grp, I'r Stem, SLI IITII x IRLIIIIKX ll1.lII'1L', Wlecl-tendx Rm U1 nl ht I.1lxt'1te.Ixx .-Xntl tl-In t wrut wt lv r-wt' pri- .., ,pf Illnrel Klt'rnu.m IQH I'rtnspt'cI SI. ll,'l1.S III5 64 IN, I'.alrnt'r. NAIL' SXVIAIINIIIYG I I R I'IlHI'GII'I'- IJRIINQTS ,' MII YIARIIOHK IKLSINI-N9 M,-XN.XKilR 4 IRISII-5Ul'II DAN! I III I TIII NUISI l'III IHRIYI R IIAS MHRAL5 IIII XVXII IHOP 'WI'LI,, I DISALQRIAV' l2f17fHR HWIILRI' IIAVIT YKBI' BEEN LIVINGV "III YUI' XX II I, IT, IT IS NO DREAM" 'I' II Kelb' FJ Klerman 741 -'Q-, ak? , ,s'rf' aff' '67 '77 Z7 Norman Koval "Scott" 9756 WdfL'ft1vw'U SI, 02165 Palmer Thanks for everything NN it's been real Rem Steve Phil David Thor Brian Itric Luisa Heidie Vickyvlulie Stacy ZZ Top Concert Maine and the BCS Vfleekend Thanks for help- ing me through that SC and PR GOOD LIiCK TO everyone aff' - gg wi Ek -V ,ST I 5- ., 1 ',- ,glue .-1 -' ' 1. :ff , .' -we ,iff yi, f' 'cf A ..x,a-,. :t.,a,-:gf ' , y 1- :,.,,a N a. ,X , 4-.I lf. we wg, . 15 A ECG .J V.-4 - iff? . "ji, 'i- -' Ir' . 'fr' 1'-t C 1 ' -. ,2 gi , , .,. 5 XN, Q Martin LaMonica O-1-1 CCFIIIC SI, 0.2159 Bigelow, Palmer, College In+-Outdoor Track, etc. Matty, Finn, Dave, TC, Rai, -len, Di-good time, eh? Piano nights, hug days, seniors, oblivion, ascent, Bboy, Maine, hornmes sans scruples, U2 .. , . . I'ily on little hro 2'People never think anything is anything re.1lli"' 1 li yt 'Q WX faux' ,,' George S, Laroche lo Chandler St, 02158 Day, Adams, College "Today is the first day of the rest of My Life" Rembers Our Eamily's hest times, DIGBKMKIIST, I.ove all, Islands in the Stream "Believe Mem Thanks Stanley, Love ya Mom ck Dad, PENNY Rl'LI:S, GOOD LIICK EVERYONI' GU EOR IT Z-IZ Kniznilf Tb Lawrence Ann Kniznik 11 Converse Ave, 02158 Bigelow, Riley, College Eor I must he traveling on now. For there are too many places I've got to see -Hasta lluego-Jennie Ida Sandy SQR Karen Cathy and April May all your dreams come true, LOVE TO EREDDY 5-22-82 thanx Mom+ Dad won't 4-get AB TR BD Stacy Landucci 10 Magnolia Ave, 02158 Bigelow, Beals, College Love to. CB, AB, RE, CH, LE, DC. BC, IIW, Best times at Cape Cod with Scott Gary and Ca. Mr, O'neil Summer of 83' PC. Riley Bench Parties. I,ove to my family EINIYGN MMM CF at 12 The Best Is Yet To Come" Scott LaScola 51 Caroline Pk, 02168 Warren, Barry, Law School "The real winners in life-are the losers who keep trying" Many thanks to Mom and Dad Remembers, TM, SC, SE, BW, DK, DE, MC, CS, PM. IV Senior Class Comrnitteegluiitsu Martin Kodis SO Shornecliffe Rd, 02158 Bigelow, Adams, College FWB-I-B ball wfRY, NL, .IDM Remember, sometimes you gotta say WTP? Vergisst ihr nicht ever Deutsch-EBBEFYMRHHK- SETGL LGJPSZQ Herr, you gave us our money's worthl DB l l go home' LA, hack on! Thanks for all the good times Good luck class of 847 Mark Lane "ML" 46 Jerome Ave, 02165 Warren, Barry, College REMEMBERSZJDM, AZ,-IK, NL, CE, GL, CP, DB, RB, DB. NC, PW, MB, LS,-IR,'IE, KM. CVC, SZJM. BW, DK, Monty, Lenny, EB, RS, LM, SL, KL, AL, KM, DT, and Activities, Marching Band, Track, juggling, Keep in mind: In order for a flower to grow, you must water it Leah Latz "Lisa" 125 Beaumont Ave, 02160 Day, Riley, College I used to be hungry till I changed my shampoo, Doogin' Playing tunes, It's a what sign' Lets be a camel, Hey Mickeyl Guess what Larry? We love eachother' Fududa' Yoww! Thanks for being my friend, Mom! GARBONZO BEANS AND GUACAMOLEH Maria Koutroubis 355 Newtonville Ave, 02160 Newton Country Day, Adams, College Our hearts are paper, beauty is the pen which writes our loves and blots 'em out again DO YOU RE- MEMBER WHEN . . LABOR DAY "BS" RAEINA, Kautso, Okete, MSlyfSoph, Georgia, Heidi, ES, PUTTER -EVERYTHING IS TEMPORARY, WRITTEN IN SAND. Deborah Laredo "Debbie" 175 Bellevue St, 02158 Bigelow, Beals, College "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the differ- ence," Spain '85 wfDBR-I-MJS!! ShortS Field Hockey 25 What's your namefjtcs AR AB VH IS JS ScrU'88 Thanks Mom, Marc + Dan Augustine H. Lawrence IV "Gus" 19 River St, 02165 Day, Palmer, College G.H. -"Your job is much harder, I already know the answers", Allsta- teX2, Best in 20, E.B,'s stories, Fish- peddlers, Gondoliers, Fairfax + El- sie-TLA, Deutschland mit Smitty, SZ, CEP., ML, Dj,jP,'Il, PM, CC, Ph.M TM, SL, MN, DM, IH, CL, RC. 1 Donna Marie Lawrence 38 Harrington St, 02160 Day, Riley Swimming 1, 2 Chris L. Good times with Laura? Thankyou Dave S. I Love You Michaell March, 30 Cappy English Mr. Guild going to miss all who tried to help me' Told You Laura, out of here finally "fine" Charles LeBlanc I5 Metacomet Rd, 02168 9- . I X Robin Lee 85 Webster Pk, 02165 Tx Nicholas F. Leary 206 Franklin St, 02158 Bigelow, Adams, College Cross-Country 1 2 5, Capt. In- door + Outdoor 1 2 5. Thanks to ML, Hurting with MO and SF, Slow down, G.L.N.Y.M. And Pray. Lesand ofthe Q.M. or G? 10 sec- onds left. Remembers: GM, JM. Autha' and Dave, I.L.M,M. Un- Gee. EB, were locked in, Why JT! Michelle Lee IIS Elliot St, 0216-l Elizabeth Leitch "Liz" 69 Dexter Rd, 02160 Meadowbrook, Riley, College IF I FALL BE THERE TO HUG ME BUT LET ME GO LUCK+ LOVE- jhVkKmX2 DmPmCoMpDsHsRtl.w SUM- MER '83-STYjGS "WTF" EXA PLORING SC+RHG1 LS23 MBSWIMSDJ 525 MONTANA 5557 ROCCO Thru It All Wench Bro BLM + DPH, FRIENDS FOR- EVER SMILE LET'S GO GET THE STARS jeanne Lebel 21 Angier Cir, 02166 Warren, Riley, College C julie Lebel 21 A021161 Cir, 02166 Warren, Adams, College ln her they all see me, but in myself REMEMBIERS EVERYONE ESP I Can not see her, the Confusion of RITA ANN RQ JNDA SIIELLY who is who is similar to the ques- ELLEN + DINO DANNY TEM. tion of where we all will be, 'Love PIE BILLY MOTORCADE SITM. tojulie' . . . Alison Sc Italy, C-line, MER OF "HB" PARTIES LOVE jen, KD, JB, Cara' H's House- ALWAYS MOM + DAD AND IIBWXIIMSC ESPJEANNE I'I.I. NEVER FOR- GET ALL THE SPECIAL TIMES WITII TONY ALL MY LOVE FOREVER efgfas Anne LeBlanc "Bratty" 1072 Main St, oii-450 Boston Sch for the Deal, Barra College Never Forget about any partw and First time at jB's house its great time 82-H-I Never Forget TQ Lax flil 83 also I'iev's party Nov JT hu best a great time 'I' Q,-I D S I CMC CM Keep Rerriember Punki Fl JR- EVER. Thanks Mom + Dad Karen and Lynn. Dean Leone "Dino" 209 Adams St, 02158 Day, Palmer Oh Well look's like the parties over, Thanks for the good times, Tony, Dales, OB, arse, all the Girls and everyone else I forgot. BD's van. Pinhead's shead, The Lake Best of Luck to all, exp. Ellen The Girl That means so much to me X0 I 'W' Lawrence VI. Leone "Larry" 52 Larkin Rd, 02165 Warren, Beals, College Remembers Kevin, Den, Walnut, Bri, Steve, -Iefli, Joe, Dill, Chris Mull, MI., LF, SQ, Dli, Guzzi, DA. DV, DB Good Luck to the Class of 1084 jonathan Lexens "Lexi 4 Applegarth St, 01150 Day, Adams, College I thought that int senior tear wa the best out of three tears It was great being on the wrestling team Seniors get .i lot of prixilages like leaxing .1 month before graduation. being varsitx on the team Rem FI.. MB Lawrence To Levens 2-I3 'WU Marilyn Levenson B1 St Iwiarys St, H2161 Warren, Beals Different reasons to believe some lar iournies we have taken some sweet dreams we had to leave And I want you to be happy And I hope you always will for I cannot rest easy until all your dreams are real. io HH EB G0 HAZ' i Steven A. Liberate so Waltham St, 03165 Day, Adams, College Dixit, cet avertens rosea Cervice re- fulsit, amhrosiaeque comae divinum VCTIICC UCIUECITI SplI'.lVL'fC, PCKICS VCS- tis defluxit ad imos, et vera incessu patuit dea. An eye for an eye, mak- ing the whole world blind Swim team, RC, DS linda I Lin 1'-H Derby St, 111103 liar, Riley, C ollege Iwi. ,". is wfl-IM Labs wfll, Data I.2us I1f,S'!-III It Iiistisli Drix- ix,Nll Syilruari ISK AQ Cs 331 'fif.1.i1i' Sl'l.iyers if QQ Y, ' with ft' l.irii iii l'ur Plioe Ill 'IIA Je IIR ATeam f ni lwiril' DIHIII arid Dad 'xl.i. il, lfiri 1, lug with - on-lf i.r .i moi. ye ' fi il- iirri's'Y ii I,c'yen.s'rm To Little I ff . if I V . -4 X. . .. W . .G 0 -s ,I A ' an 3 ,F M' " S ",g':H B 'X 1Sr""II joanne Licarie 412 Wlarwick Rd. 02165 Day, Barry, Logo Designer Always Remember' Rich A Vleff T Bob A Mike S Lori M. SOPIIO- MORE Ii.S.jimmy M. forever? Ink spot. Carries Toga' ALI, OI" MY LOVE LED ZEPPELIN PINK FLOYD 'I'IIIi VUALI, i'Comfort- ably numb" THE BEST IN '84 NITS SNOVUINGH BORIS' Kristine A Linnehan I1 WISWJII SI, 02165 Day, Riley, College Good friends may drift apart but the memories last forever Good lutk to KD, KD, DK, AC, . Albe- marle Ifla- -H0 'HZ Summer of '85 Iiourth ol vluly 25 Never forget iirnizel times with Kenny 7f9fH'a i if gf 2 if ,R 5. 74 IYJIQ f .1 I Il ':'lu,":f -, r'I 1. , 1. is 1 , " 110: ff 1 ff," u , ll Q If 5 N " If M . if it x J In M U 'I 1? It f' 1 IE ' A 5' un M It 'P ' 4 ,i ' ' Ii f nu 4. I. as 'lr i . 0 a " ' 1 1 ' lg . 1 .4 I '. A a f , u A '1 , " 4: 0. lf Q bg la I6 'Q' . rg' ' ' ' sf in ' 1" ix 3' "' a H , ar tc ' i 51 3 I v . ' fn 23 ,I 1 I li N 'I 7 'I f a -2' we I 'Q 4 T564 4' ' -'bf 'Q ' J' Iv ,W aa 1 ff 4, I, wp 6 ll . T? Iv A ' '7 'iz' Ax a ... ' If ,ff - 0, ,b 1: I. I I I T 4' 41' " 1: I b of n " 'l,I,i , as I ll , A lk 1 li th '41 'Q' 'C 'Y Y 35 " if " K ll' A 1 . - ,X ar IK it I, a, H 3 .I "' ' ig 3 1 "ef stfff. 'H :wi tg 'A U QQ. ' 'z :H si- 5 x Q N 1 A :Y XS Q A ll B I 1 an ,H ,, ' .Z ' "' 'vs f "' A F David Lidsky 215 Highland Ave, 02160 Day, Riley, Ilnknown CASTLES MADE OE SAND DRIEI' INTO THE SEA EVENTIIALLY--j.H TRILOGY HOME GROWN RN' R -IAN 21 198-i Lisa A. Litman 102 Grasmere St, 02158 Bigelow, Beals, College OH, THE COMFORT-of feeling safe with a person to keep what is worth keeping-And with a Breath of Kindness , . . Blow the Rest away. GOOD TIMES WXLAIIRA AND JACKIE BC-BOUND WfB.I5 SUMMER '82-AYE, 'Hi- ROIS LOVE TO MOM, C, W, R, Ii 8: I' ,as ,4- Matthew YI. Ligor 25 Claremont St, 02158 Bigelow, Barry To Long Hut To Short. I Think I Played To Much Basket Ball also, and I beat Spanish Harlem and Streeter to much' I had a good time with Good friends like Dom, jim, Bob, Noel, Dino, Tim, Tino and LEAII. Poor Litrle JAKE. I'M FREE" Kimberly Little "Kim" -16 Nonantum St, 02158 Bigelow, Barry, College You have searched me, Lord, and You know me. All my ways are familiar to You, Lord? My smallest thoughts are known before I think them! You walk before me and in front of me and place Your hand of blessing on my head jacalyn Levine 57 Perkins St, 02165 Warren, Adams, College If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds' worth of distance run Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it Foster Lin 552 Cabot St, 02160 Warren, Adams REMS1 TRANNY '10' T ROOM RADIO The Store + Gum WRESTLING4-SWEAT. PM, JL, BWJK, CL, TF, MR, DB, LT, DA, R+j, SD, GOOD TIMES WITH Patricia. WEIGHT Bouncing! + Spit. MONTE, Cappi, CHEZ, WELLS, PAT. See ya all in yaill OFF MY FACE DOGBREATH l Sherry Little 46 Nonantum St, 02158 Bigelow, Barry, Wildlife Management Career The day will happen whether or not you get up. SOUPER SALAD with KB, KL, LG. I got by defense! STE-GTM - KTSW TMADAE peace and music I I i i i i 1 i l i l I .l l I l Laura Locke S ware Rd, 02166 Warren, Riley, College The glory rs nut rn never fallrng hut rn rrsrng everv trme vnu tall -Anrln Wrll never fkrrger the great runes rn In+OutTrack1 Z 1. E Huelcex 1 2, X-Cuuntrv 4 Luve and thanks ru All Errends. teachers, and E dc Cu Stephen MaCKav 194 Auburn Sr. 02166 Drane E Lutente 16 Ruflxwmurd Ter, 02166 .li Krmherlv Maclirnnun "Kun" 12 IIUXCX Sl, 011554 Brgeluw, Iiarrv, Cullege Been Real, REM Lrrulxe Marne Mrke Derrdre, NO HCS PS Walks. JM VUIMIS, KS Be Srrll mv Heart, Gwen Complex Cutres,NOv1vu call It'sInevrtahle,M1lxe and Tenms LD passes wut at AA, SS huh' EM CS .IS NO I'u11v Luxe Ya Ivlrrm + Dad v su 7 c 1 Q 44' Kevin Lynch 117 Lrnwuud Ave, 01160 Day, Beals, College REMEMHERS ROBY, DALES, YIERRY, DINO, OBIE, ARSY, BUZZARD, ESPES. ROSSI AI.L THE GOOD TIMES WITH THE BIGEI1 BW BOYS AND ALI, TIII: ERAGCLES THE QIIARRYS. SENIOR TRIP THANKS KIRA I'LI, NEVER EORGET AI.I. THE GOI WD TIMES arg Derrdre Madden E2 Ivlaple Ave, 02158 Adams, fullege Best wrshes tw Krm, Kas, I,D, NO, TD, Sl 'I'l1anksfurputr1ng up wrth me Alwavs remember the tunes weve shared I'll never Marget the Summer ul 'Wa' at CBC wf -lane, Ellen lu hul, Kathy-Y4vu've helped me gruw-I,uv'e va Gurdu Here Kav- IfIIKI'C Nxt vxl CWI E rarun I.vmlr Dffnalrl Alan I7 I.lnwuud Ave, lljllul "Sturt Day, Ilarrv, frlllege W7 falm, ' Its a lung mad and eaell step 15 nnlv Da lwelgrnnrng Crmtl I,utl-Q Dlane, Remlwers ul UILUQIKIC, RR,,ID, DL, Oli, PIVI, IK., eleetrrcal PI DIL-IIVI, Talulvl, INIINI, UNI, The AK , TE, HL+rI1e rest ul the partrexbug l'a1,h r r Sr rwlrw I IS: rls Ilettrl 111 fl fllex nlalrrr, Al r IHOP Ihe H Nr I 1 s Illplt IJ I Claw ul HI' Sum 'HJ -EHR Surnedav' lrrwm Dax and llr a 'III Wflmere am I' Are you all Affllf rrghtf I LOVE YOI' MOM- +DAD ...iv Steven Maduff Sarah Madsen 6 Ivanhoe St, 02158 60 Ilrghland Ave BB Sc N, Palmer, College, Law Iflgvlfvw. Rrlel Schoul 'lluxtrte w rnmes THANKS learn whey xuller, an tu utu e MONI DAD MARK shall krww when rt has llc he EDDY ADAM lure then If xx gmt t w n Llxe NORTH XXfRIiS'I'I,ING I II All wrll uwme elear ln the rut SOI-'IIOMORE SOCCER tlawnk sunlrght ' Ame rv uw TIGERS RULE' GOOD TIMES . BAD TIMES YOII KNOW I'VE IIAD MY SHARE -LED ZEP, er Mr Drlna W eeln, Rllex, Crrllc Surrv l drrnt have rx L out I have trr Yrll ut I tee PIIKAIIUII I llate the ln I N Locke Tb Alidsen 7-In 1 sat E r 4 , A -1 Q -- 1 M 'f ll ms. M 'Ax l4'?"I'-V Helen Mahoney 75 Prairie Ave, 02166 Newton Catholic, Barry, College You see things as they are and ask why, I dream things that never were and ask why not' remembers Kappy. D Margret Nancy Amy. C 'lean Saranac Cape C'neal Sprinklers, Peelm out without a license MI,T'S K.P.C. Nght Luv to Ma + Dad Alan I INIAIIIIIIIIII .. lmtt-,oil Axe H1160 Dave Mandell 75 Highland St, 03165 BCDS, Barry jAMES TAYLORS GREATEST HITS FLEETWOOD MAC RU- MORS Those Are The Best-BRI You Hot Shot Remember- Life is tough but such are the ways No big shmiel, cause sometimes you gotta say- WHAT THE HECK? David Marchioni Mllavell oo Eddy Sr, 112165 Ilay, Adams Remernhers- Skiing, Snow-bud nies All my Iiriends esp Bove, Mac, Phil, Walslty, .Ei Mike The Cape, Parties "Oh my God here come the Cops" Goodbye NNIIS ALI. MY LUVI' TU TRAC Y fi Af1i14,Q'UI-I"C W: 1W2lf.9IOH MR I W- ar, . . sg Yi Kay Mann 145 Fairway Dr, 02165 Day, Adams, College Track, Rocco, Sisters, TDSF, Mothy, Stuffins, RM, HT "The Family," Kristen-Sax 5, Bake- Tapes, Lyyne-I'-Mass, Fla beach run, Me Westwood crack up, B52's FIAKFC, Reunite, Parties I2fl7, Zalprn, benches, Thanks for the 5 best years, My love to Brent Dorothy Marin: 199 Adams St, 02158 Day, Adams, College Rem everyone esp CH, RT, MII, DD, LC, LW-parties ,IL Adams wfIfC Ri ICCU LABOR DAY. Summer HS-Michelle wfB's o'ri.'rA.RN mmm 'riur which was meant to last did, that which wasnt meant to didnt TR- ljflofxj, llfSfH1r' Iforever Tommy A ka Kathleen Maguire "Kathy" 7 Goff St, 02162 Warren, Barry, College FOR THE CAUSE THAT LACKS ASSISTANCE THE WRONG THAT NEEDS RESISTANCE FOR THE FUTURE IN THE DIS- TANCE AND THE GOOD THAT I CAN DO BABE, AMY, THE CAPE. THE TRIPS AND ALL G- TIMES THANKS TO MRS STEIN AND ESPECIALLY FUZZY!! Philip Mann ZH Nobscot Rd, 02159 Bigelow, Adams, College "Some men succeed because they are destined to, but most men be- cause they are determined to" Soc- cer 1, Z, 3 Thanks Mr. Brown Swimming 2377 Good Times Ari's Gig Dom Gus Sister K. Saturday Nights Thanks Mom+Dad- W.L.A. Michele Marrazzo "Mike" 1-1 Ryan Ct, ozirys Warren, Beals, College Good Times with Lyn judy, Mary. Dena, AT, SO, The Bench Crew CL, SC, SD, CV, Lyn's Parties SfZ5fl-I4 Dena's Parties Summer ol' "HS" with john, LF, NK Cape + Nll.jN's van. Great Times with john, I'll always Love You Good Luck To The Class of H-1 ,,, 'if Robert Mahaney "Scott" 6 Lexington St, 02165 Warren, Palmer, Electrician Football, 1 Z 3, john, Buff Billy, Temp, Duck, Rob, EN, BA, DA, SC, MS. The good times weve had together and will have together I will never forget you Karen. St Pat- tys Day, Spring Bash. Llke you said Buff-Settle down. Looks like we made it! N--el Deirdre Mannix "Dede" 67 Temple St, 02165 Warren, Beals, College "There are no shortcuts to bettering oneselfhjudy,-jean, Deedee, Dawn, Evan, Sean, Bobby, Chris, Phil, Bill, Florida, Stair 4 in '82. Thanks to Mom and Dad for all their support. John Marston 1208 Chestnut St, 02164 Meadowbrook, Riley, Plumbing The Falls. Thanks to all my freinds jD. DE. B.P. M.M. Special thanks to Laura. Co-op, Datsun, ' Hepska, Its Better To Burn Out Than Fade Away. Got em! Natick with McKenna vice squad- Love ya ma 8: dad gone ', ll 1. I1 v V Dino Maye 85 Camden St, Apt 525, 02118 Warren, Riley, College ' Remembers: Football 1, 2, 4 Bas- ' ketball 1, 2. 3 and Track 1, 2, 4 I 1 thank all of my Coaches Good Luck l to: MC, ND. GB, ET, SG,jH, TR, H Ivanbear and Everybody else that I didnt mention Love to DENA S I am glad that I made it' . -v Pam Mayer 152 Algonquin Rd, 02167 Bigelow, Riley, College Track, BC, Sub Shopwlunior Camp 82 + 85, + piano. Love always . . . my family, grandma, Yludith, Linny lB.B.B.l, + Danielle MT. SR, SJ, + HB Every years's a souvenir that slowly fades away l BJ.-my forever- lastrng mspirationl JQ 'WX Rina Mayman Alfred Manola 49 Fairfax St, 02165 -16 Kensington St, 02160 Warren, Riley, College REMIEMBIERS All my friends, ski team, sailing, France, and hopefully Australia.-"The best is only bought at the cost of great pain." 1 ,f I' Cara McCarthy 85 Dartmouth St, 02165 Warren, Batty, College Alot of people meant special things T to me whether it was a good or bad experience It was part ofthe process we all go through Getting to know who we really are Kerry jeanne SK 1 SS FY DF -1C Sweet 16 Orc hesis i Tennis Thanx Mom dt Dad' a 1 I 2 U-, xii.. Elizabeth Q McCracken 47 Carleton St, 02151-4 Day, Palmer The only way to atone for being occasionally a little over-dressed is by always being absolutely over- educated To be intelligible is to be found out Goodnight Mrs Callabash, where- ever you are I if SQ. ' ,75 A ff' f, ,fe , :V . t-Q ' fy Q4 xr! fa 4 I ifs ,-3 Q. ,I s., Q ' is X ' ,f I t,..,6f 2 a fav gy - t 1 su, Cathy McCall 212 Washington St, Ulf!-2 Day, Iiarry, Sotial Xx'iHYl'lCf, College PRl:SlDl1NT UI -IR MSAD H5- Haf' HAVIAT A NlCh RIDE NXITH MONKIY I5AKl1R VNRLAL- l1f27f5-42 1f2'1fHR THE FIELD MY I5IfDDll:S '1A, S, C, K, K, A, l,liT'S PARTY' GOOD TIMIT IN BliV'S Clfl,l,IiR+ CAPE COD THANX + LOVI: YA-MOM- +DAD RliMlfMl5liR-HAMP- TON BEACH WXKEVIN' -fx -'V 'Us mx '3'f, HS,-fra K Rhonda I, McDonald Douglas 'I' MtGt'tthin Tim Mttlrath 216 lfliot St, 02101 "7-' Lexington St, lljloo lol' XX',islniigton St 11111-S Meadowbrook, Palmer, College Beaver K ouritry Dax, l'.ilnit'r, Xkirrtu llaliotr K-vfltgt jl'ST THINK THl1Y CAl.I, Mli College RINIIMHIRS YIXX Sl VIS Xli SVNNY CAl7Slf IM SO liright' Rt'rut'i1ibt'ts V115 Carptriret, P Mt., Ywl lll t,Rt11 1' S1Q11'1Q11' Good times In My liathroom' Stotkton, l' Rutlt'1lgt',K Vialsh, S NIVXX Ik 1XX ll 11 Rl 51 KX1 141 1-eerrei, S K.isli.i, K Murplry, R l NI.-xi: 111141 XR15 111R1511 lwvfrext, A Vlailiusuli, RLIIWCIT, l lil bl 1,5 14111 X IK 1V'y1Q111j1 llarrison,-I Wryt-,.iri1l txtrxont else AID, lil lil1'1'1 111111 1411111Q AlsorSt1u.itI 11.1.11-r, lxraxtllet, 151' mum 11114-M115 XX111j1'11gT1 U1 ity Ntni Xilr X1 1 l'."xl'Il1,lR1XX DUX1' 111 1111 plom. " ' 1 ' 1 IIRKIYS KQIIYN DUXXX I3UNl'XXIl'l1 llll IHRKI Maye To l1ICGrarh -1 is .17 1 + 1 Peter Meflurrln '4GurrV" 51 Pune Rldge Rd, 1111614 VC eelss, Adams, folluge hood 'll1I1lC5 XN'l1l1 1314, P1-,-IW, HM, Pl, 'l'he Hoxs on the Rock Ktllt-rs llelp Newton Polxu' DP can l help You' No thanks ISN, UWC, 'l1l1IS spuds lor you road slde llull, I5 C' New Year Snow Storm S4 W'- Krlstxn lvl lwlclsaae Kathleen Melaughlnn WJ Klflwfdll Sr, 0311-U Jr- Pleasant Sr, mlm XX'arren, Ruler, College SHHR'St.'CflIII11,:S.iS they are and sax' why l dream ul tlnnys that never were and sax why not larva + l,utls to all mx lrlendsv Dont ever ehange Meg' lioston, Push fart well mnss ton Yael' Swmmnnlg-1 1r- ehesns RUCifU'l-llA11lxN Mom + Dad Nlxlse ML Kenna - fm 23 Parle Ave, H1760 liarrv, College for Mechanical ling Matlmxne-ASh4rp-'llech-Vot Always- Remcmher-Good times At North lvlulrly li, Abe, Ylohne, the lxllls 'J' 4' Crew, 1,11 Manx l'1eld Partys III Matt Slsnng, lirl-tes, lilowouts llals llashhrruse-llalherdo Partvs wrrlt the Vue Squad lltyh 'llCf1SIUI1 later rnuth'North-lrharles li for Pres 'lara Melanson ll! XX"asl'ungton Ave, H2165 Dax, Adams, liuslness Rl'Ml'Mlil RS Dianne, Ann, farol ll, Carol P, Susan, Matt, Vifendx, Sharon, llurotlw, and Ms llen' Iglldfl SPl'fYlAl, 'llllANKS to MRS MAC HAKOS, MRS KI-I-lll, and MRS NUl,AN , 1 QF- .4 if , .1 4- an M f I af Yarsemenda MtM1llan "Yersx from -lersx' lrl Xxlorrtltuw Walsun ft, 02119 XX'arren, Rllex, Alr loree l WAN'l' 'Ili I SAY C4 11 iDliYl' 'lib Al,l, MY 'l'l4Aflll'RS HDR lllli PAS'l"l'1IRH4Yl-ARS AND T011 All 'llll' CHRIS Ol PAl.MlfR BA'llllRUUM A SPl'ClAl. GUUDIKYI' lil l.l'All, fARl.A. AIDA, DANl'l'A,S'lAC1'Y, RUS- l,YN.Mwl,IN114,AlD,I,R, RR,G15, ND, GK 'l'llANKS MDM 6: DAD, NOW WllA'l' UP' if-ii aff, lk A is YOUR Hmm Stephame Mearls '56 Wrxtrtlrlxw Avis, 112160 Day, Adams, follege 'lames wf landa and Deb Down the flape with 1,15 Uflalfl-Us The Brulns Rli Mli Sal DMjl,Sl.CW!VGKf PPMC Stull Pli Wnld times at the Garden Star C rew A lqrrend forever, Deh mf?- sl ,l Denms McHugh 58 Bourne St, 02166 Warren, Riley, Marines, State PohCe Good Luck To Kev Larry Christo Hn SM RV Good Luck To The Rest of The Class of8-1 I 1 Rose Marne Medaglia 157 River St, 02165 Warren, Palmer, College Remembers Nancy, joyce, The Great Partxes Wlth -loyce, Moov Moo, lasa, Ann, Cathy, Cammy, Monxea. I'lI Never Let You Go . l My lavorure Person, GRAM, See! Dad l Made lt' Thanx Mom lor! liehevxng un me . , , 143, forever SKlPv-lflvff-il r i l : 1 i 1 18 Mc'Gurrin P1 Melanson is Evette Mezger Z Lexnngton St, 02165 Warren, Palmer, College CD,jK.jD, DG, SZ, RT, NP, 118. NM. MM, ES, TF, MW, GW, MW. EM, KR, ,1D, MP, DS CD+jK+EM The Vrllage, Prnk Flwvd, Montv Pvthun, "Herpes" Mv Specnal 1.oxet1r Kevrn "1 ruuk the one less travelled hs, and that has made all the drfference " '19 1 Susan C, Mrglraccru 51 Hawthurne Sr, 03151-1 Dax. Barrv 1'll never forget all the gfmd Il111cs rn B-Cummuns 1'll mlss cdth 111 vnu rn a verv specml wax Dehhxe and all the laughs "THANX 11111 T111i MEMOR11iS-Cl.ASS1J1- M' 1 made rt' Thanx tu mt ,lewrsh mwther Gall Stern Luv YA "HJ " 15 1 75 Margulreta Mezzettl 55 Walker St, 01160 Day, Beals, Cullege Debbre K, Stefhe,-1ulre,'1.1net, Deb- bne H, Angela, Partres Q S11 and Bres' Awesnme Cunuru, lulv, Next Week, lies, 1.1ps + Kuss, Pullce Con Spec tlunx Rohan and 1.1s.1, KSTRPC-IQMRDIOPBK11 11115 KIDNAPPERS CP GOD DM SM+H1'151-1A O15 C11111 Q 'Os 1'el't1at1d1v Nllqgllussr 15 Avrrndule R11 111191 11r1gel1rw, At1.mns 111lleA131 Suffer 1, 1, 5.11111 mtlfmr 1 1' C P huflnev k111'1d1'IlxS 11: ull rm trnentlsl 1.1v11lx1n4g hutlx .xml L'NL'lUd1l11ILf what has huppened 18 un l11IP1l1'1A11I putt 111 l1v1vk1r1Ag fwrvsurtl und plrtnnrng fur the future '1'11.mlsst1rM1:m.1m1 Ieffrey V MlL'kIJ111Ll1lH1I "'1e1'1"' 1-'11 1'd1fW'.l1 Dr, 011115 1111, Beals, lnvest ln Real 1'Nfd1C SPCCI.1l1l1d11l'iS111.1ll1b111'1X'lCdCl1CI'5 Extra tlmnks tu mv parents-"Mum and 1J.ie1,y1rul1.1vehee11 great"' Ref members trrp tu 1'l1tf1Lld, Cape Ca' f1dV1.'fJl,I11S1.1111Y11 w.1ALf1Jl1 "Bug furs .ire the 11est" Alwtavs gmng tn have 1 une nw matter what 1N1.1rl1 Nhller -15 11urmewell Au, 011514 11urvur11, 11.4'rv, Priest 0111111 'limes wlth Murmv Wlarren 1111K 1'l.1sh, Sh, 1511, Ali, Simmons, 1-11, The huvs 1mm 1111 .md the 11lL1xS,'1L'l'f1 Rl'11lC111lWCl' W.1rr1'r'1 6: Murrrxvs 1'LlSC11lL'111pA111CS,1l1C fupe, 1'1lllr11.1, the quarries l.11ve t1r Mum Dad' KA'l'11Y Bi 17.111 5un1HG'1'h.anx fur the Me- mrrrvs 1 1 A .. i""'-'M K . 03 1 3 'V ,ae 1 T' nl 2' 1 J 1 , 1 ff' lung 1V11t11L'ls1vn Amlrew 1Nll4L'1:ll 1Ann.1pul1s Rt1,11Jl1.S 1014 lit-411111 Nr 111192 XX'.1rrt'n, R111-v 'lhrngs usuullx wurlx nur fur the hes: P111 114NlX S1Jfl1"1Y 11111 further t1et.nls see the HPl111L'11lX S11lIL'1YN pager 1111 KIIDS1 Paul f M1llt'f 711 f111t111Jf1l Sl, 1111111 1 1 1 1 Karen Mrsdsx 25 Elmhurst Rd, 011514 Bigelow, Rrley, 111111-ge R1iM1iM111'R'l'111-19151613 TIMFS WfC1A1'1'1,1N1.lSAl,lZ1J1 NC,-XN .1AM11f MW VK Ml' 51111151111 MIVSTANG G11M1Yl'111, 1NlOUS1' rrmsrs "Sl'MM14R or we rifwr W1f1iK1N1DS 11115 'rms 1,1iA'1'11A" sgs 1,111RARY qmrwms "'l'1f1fNA1i1' WAS'I'11.AN17 fl M.1tr 1X11ll1t'1 rf 111111111 ht, 111181 11ItL:Cl111N, Rxlex. frrllege IN AND1111 'l RACKK 1 A 1':X1"l '11l1'111'11R11.1s11-N 1111111111 1 MIAMI' 111111-111'14Y1S,11151b'1', 1'RS AND 111151115 131111111 1J1'1K1-R .fXC"l1l11N, '1111 KI.,-XX ALWAYS 11111 1Rl1N13511l1' 15RYN1iS5, 1x11Q-XRRIPS, DUN1 Y111. A1 M13 151'1'K?3 1N Sl1'1'1'lNC5 11,-X115-1R:XN11 1,17V1 A1,X1iAYS Rl' v11iNN' lhwr :X 51111111115 51v1L1l1e1 S1,1lf11s.N Mezger To Illollung M9 af' john D. Mullen 52 Arlington St, 02158 Bigelow, Adams, College Cross-Country 3, GB, WE, MB IDrillmasterJ, jB. ROCCO. Re- membersz Laney, Nick, Ozzy, LL, DB, JK, Mike O, RB, DT. KM. Thanx Lenny, Monty, Mr. S, Mr. D. Thanx Esp. Ma-l'Dad Good luck to all. Hang Tough! 250 Moore To Murray Deborah A. Moore 7A Fayette Pl, 02158 Bigelow, Palmer, Cosmerologist Good Times wfStef and Linda, the Bruins, "The RAMP", 1f29f83, 9124181 ifio. Stanley "s4"2 Def Leppard, Mr. B, Palmer Lockers, Rem: IBPAKRAM, The Purity Gang, Moe 81 her car, The Cape, Papa G's, Stef Always Pals Love Ya Mom and Dad 84 'P' Ann M, Murphy I29 Russell Rd, 02165 Samantha P. Moore 275 Tremont St, 02158 Kevin P. Murphy,-Ir. 240 Tremont St, 02158 Bigelow, Riley, College To Friends To Fai PNUVMM, " To llumarock ' LLCOKM .IIlIDMPI.WlISMA ' DBMMAP ' PSNSIPSLAEMNRBNC ' MGLL MWVKKL ' To All My Friends Good Luck Your The BEST " Orestra-Germany. BasketBall Fais 3580 Timothy Morrissey 17 Abbott St, 02158 Bigelow, Adams College Soccer 1, 2, 5 will remember foot- ball wf MM, WS, GM, EG, TG. DF, PS and All the Rest ar Adams House Remember B-Ball with ND, DM, MC, GB, SS, CS. I Will Never Forget Times at Vento's with jose and David Good Luck and Thanks Mom Sharon A, Murphy 60 Eliot Ave, 02165 Day, Riley, College "There is only one success, to be able to spend your lilie in your own way" Cape Cod, 82 85Friends1 An- tonella, Susan, Pam, Sarabeth Sen- ior Yearl Thanx Mom, Dad, Ma Chestnut Hill Mall' "We've only lust begun". Memories . . Ranu Mukherjee 57 Randlett Pk, 02165 Day, Palmer, College for Art Time may change me but I cant change time. Thanx to friends, youre the best! Soph, Merryn, Suz, Sal, jake, Di, jo, Blair, Bean, all BC's ffl. Dave, Cor, Ed, Brian,jef, Macs, Papas, par- ties, trips, summers, dreams, LOVE YA NORMAN. Good Luck Guys! Gerard Murray 99 Washington St, 02158 THE BEST OF TIMES WITH MILLA WAZ FLASH ERIC Si- mon Goody ARAMDAN DAY BOYS WARENS CEL- LAR THE PARTYS BC PARKS QUARY'S CAPE Bil- lerica BURMUDA Wish every- one a Good LIFE jB SS THANKS BOYS WE MADE IT DREAM GIRL THANKS FOR MEMORIES LATER vs, rf' .1 ,.. . ,M I ' ' .. .... .- 1, "mf . fp ,x K ,N- x ,tr JK f ul:4 tr- lvlinx Tamar Myers I4 Iillusoru Rd, 02159 Weeks, Barry, College, Trayel 'Who are you' Saud the cater- pullar Aluce replued rather shyly, 'I-I hardly know, Sur, lust at presenrrat least I knew who I was when I got up thus morn- ung, but I thunk I must haye changed seyeral tumes sunce then,-LC james Nucolazzo 29 Alden Pl, 02155 Warren, Rules, College REMFMBERS-AI,-The Phan- tom Howe Tar MM. PM. AK. Abe Summer of HR Murph PC The Dropout South gurls Iunally ut's Fruday Judy BC PARTYS THE VIiTT ALI, MY LOVE TU WENDY l T? , t I X X ty ,I,,: ' Fruc I., Nardone IIS Blake St, 02160 Hugelow, Adams RIilvIFlwIIiItRS Keyun Keuth Ilruan Vashrlohn Kenny INIYIIDGADP The PK PAKII' BASMKSIDSSZIDA I7TBAI3AWN'I"' TRRTBID RSIQICGVICNID MUD RM 2300 Cruuzun The Stang The Lockers The Good Tumes last loreyer Thanks Mom and Dad Gdhye and Gd l.utk Davud R Norcross 225 Tremont St, 031524 45- Roluert M N.iSh Quo Holden Rd, rulur-S Warren, Ruley, follege Tennua IZA Capt CCCP Ilawauuan Party SAT day and duet Coke Clull' flood lruends that I wull remember lorever Ruley Tree Ii Pusher Thanx Mr Wlalker Thanx Mom it Dad Good Luck Vlell I.ory ru Good I,uClc f,laSS ol H-l Mark Noruan -12 Montrose St, 02158 Iiugelow, Riley, College That that ux-was, That that was-wull he, That that wull hefwas, Iitut wull he agaun. I roamed and I ramhled and I lol- lowed my lootsteps-I,A HUXVII or DR maybe K or G also R Csoaeh I S IIIYIC wull tell AVLIDIIWILNID Kevun Negrottu IH Westland Ave, 02165 Warren, Ruley, PG lDexugn Drallterl, follege RIfMIfMHIfR Keutlu, Iiruc, Hruan, GA,VIID, IDP, ISA, BS, MK, TP, RS, DA, RV, Good Turner, Cruusurug Ny Stang, Aug 17, Partyung KCS llouuse the park, Summer X5 the I.otkers, 4 fox. l , X Wllluuuruu I Norwood H fleruuenrs Rd, IJZISH flhurles Xvruglut Aeatl, ljaluuuer College, Pro I'ooth.uIl Rememher PAXY',,IRXY, RI'I5R:XK. KAY, VIN, -I1MII,,I.IIllN not lot me BOYS PINIIXY, lGurlx lor the nun' ner' I lull Iluyurug HS IXUIIIIS PNY. RI' " to lu twuee' W lux me' Yklc need .u TUGA PXY, UIXY, RI' Re- memlwer -I.unet Wlull-ter TII.-XNKS IIUR I5VI5RYTlIINll NIR XY Sharyn Beth Nuchols 15 ftufflufl Sf. 011354 Bigelow, Healx, Cuuullcge Cheerleadung LCM? Tunuex xx ,-Xnuu, dt Cheryl AMY SS RV I I+ NS FSC' 'IC DA Ncllre TIIF I-I.ITF. IT S NIAIVI-R Ti IU I..-XII, NY Sums HI. H1344 Thanx IIQQSGQIU I'pon IE All A I,uttle Raun lkltuwr Iall GOI IIT I,I 1 lx Claw or M tuRI'iu IUXI' AINVAY5 N IURIEYIR 3,1-'mo Roger Ntuxhauum 39 Ilunrungton Rd, Ilflhi Blgvluuw, Ilexllx, I rullegm Remx llrulup, I'r.ut'l-t I, 1. 4 .t lioolk, SCH Net fruvultl luifltw xx Daxe, Matt. Iuzuuu, Xlartz l'2e I ,,uTI exeryone tru-un Rule u lret Il e lit-fur kulll text uru Ileate i.u:Vu.urw I, l'XI.uune H4 Ilrwtw lloofrrx X21 in heat gow on Nw.: f'A una? S-ue on Myers To Nusba um 29 1 X' Stephanle Orlanduno 206 Lexington St, 02166 Warren, Adams, College Good Itrnends Drult Apart But The Memorres, last forever Good luck to everyone I Love You Mom and Dad , Andrea, Beth Chrrsay Dexrdre Denrme Lrsa Paula Suzy Zelda 1.12 Su7y's Cottage Turtles' Mr O par' tree Claxs of HPI Bud Vludy Denrxe Paches 12118 C hestnut St, H2161 Newton South, Barry, ' GOOD TIMES BAD TIMLS YA KNOW IVE IIAD MY SHARE 1,1-.DZLP ANIMAL CORNER' LA STL ,l14NaeDAD LOVE YA MA GQDAN TIIANXQQLOVE VIH LII KC CBTI' BLRNII1 BVRGE SI.+I5II DS+DI 1,1 XVI: YA DO1't, VIOHNNY M, VUEVI: SLIN ALOT IIARI.l-Y DAVID, Sofx TIII' IAIIS IINAIILY III 'IS' Stephen VII. O'Brren 6'1Curnrn1ng5 Rd, 02139 Cartlrn O'Connor -I1 Washington St, 02158 Blgelow, Palmer Remember Summer ul' 'XR wlth Ka- ren Lnsa L11 5 Awesome' DM Chames Pep-Shn 'The Stud' SM weekends The Cape Skrtrlp - Callfornla Nov R MINTENSE DCI' I,1I'1-Work' Celts Pool wench Q LW DLJKTY ZNKMDP Sarhng MEKN A" ,IH 525 AC ITIIS Sox R E Christopher T, Paehux Ei Pttkwlelft Rd, H2165 Warren, Riley, follege Sotter, Hockey, Baxeball RAB TG I I' 1114 1, The Daliag Shes on the rnoonf, Rlley People Lover ol Ilorses I1-J'TIU", "Sung some song have some fun" Van Morrrsaon 752 O'Br1'en Tb Panaggio z Q t 2 Marla Payaro JU Channing St, UZISH Brgelow, Riley, College NIfVI'R IIC DRGIYI' the good t1n'leS wf P15 PZ DA I M1-DBMB15 MB AC The PII baton Lab DM I IT TIIL CII DOD 'ISIMILS ROLL PAINT Best of Luck rn College tan you belertve me "MADE IT' DLI'- IIPPARD Thanlv. Mom I 1,l'V I' to .rll good lutl-t Party Hardy I.IfV Ma Kelly O'Donnell 6 Sharon Ave, 02166 Brgelow, Beals, College Remember-All the good Trmes The Y Saturday Nights Oth grade NII NB young lllre Good luck PC CC RM 'IE MII All my Love to Steven S years we made II Mutt X-It-IT forever The Best of Trmes-I made lt' Thanks Mom and Iamxly Nancy Owen "Nowen" 116 jewett St, 0315:-4 Brgelow, Beals, College Softball 125 "May the road rrse to meet you, and the wnnd be always at your back" Oreo Ice Cream dc Sprrnka' Helen Margret Crndy Saraa nat Colleen Cakellace CM EAQOWSC' Chris GOLDEISII-YI. SpoonydtS4Ball Camp' KM DM 'IW Kap M6413 AR Bye" Arthur Palmer 61 Royce Rd, 112159 Weelts, Rlley, College Il I ever sat behind myself rn a mov- ne and heard myxelf laugh I'd prob- ably lean over and tell myself to please shut up Always remember DW, NL, EHIS, rn Lnglish Good Luck to IS, DS, MW, IR, IIR, SH, VK, DB. Thus rs borrng Margret O'Lalor 25 Bridges Ave, 02160 Day, Barry, College RLMEMBERS The best of trmes wf Frrends, MLT's over Mahoney's Lawsons college night The Cape Saranac N H. Helen nowenC'neal Rm-EIou- s1es'IW AC A-Block wf Helen 560 wfC'neal at C.W,G.C sum HS Vrllage Green Love ya Mom Robrn Oxman 23-I Bellevue St, 02158 Brgelow, Barry, College PERIIAPS SOMEDAY EVEN TIIIS WILL BE PLEASANT TO REMEMBER LISA RE- MEMBER TIIE WALL TIIANX M6 BIIRG SMOKA 5 W D K J GJ W M R VJWPCKSTRJBK1. KIDNAP. PLRS PROM H2 POLICE CONCERT NYE 85 PAR- TIES-achmhcb PINK FLOYD XMAS 85 Anthony Panaggro "Tony" 212 Adam St, 02158 Day, Barry, College Remembers, Good Trmes with Everyone esp Oble Arse Billy Temple Danny Summer of 'HS' Beerballsl Parryrng Dlno + El- len, BD'S Van Love always Mom + Dad Buds un Pm Heads Shed Thanks for all the Spetlal Times julie all my love Robert Parrurx' 8 Gardner Sr, mms Brgeluw, Barn LED ZEPPELIN, VILDAS PRIEST, ALICE COOPER. AND KISS ARE GOOD STLEE' STAR TREK RLLES' THE ROAD WARRIOR RLLES' GODZILLA RLLES' "YOI"VE GOTTA' LIVE LIKE YOIHRI- ON VACA- TION," "ET MLST DIE"' AND "HIGH ON LIEE"' BLAH' Mary E. Pattcrsrmn ll DeForest Rd, 02161 Nicholas Pasquamsa low Bcacrrn Sr, 011547 Weeks, Palmer, Prlut Tu all the peuple who made mx hrgh schrml experrencc what II waa th.1nk um, you knuw who you are KckE84Cast HYOI' CAN GET HERPES EROM KISSING A BIS' 'EII'I'E'S PACKERS' Rrchard Peach xx Iitrurne Sr, 113101. Warren, Ehlrrx. Crrllege REMEMBER THE TIMES WITH RT, TS, TR, VXXQ IC, SD THE JOBS, WEEKENDS, PARTIES, IN TROI'BLE GOOD LICK TO THE BOLRNE ST GANG, CHARLES ST SESSIONS Dorm. BIES, BLD MOM AND DAD I-OOTBALI., HOCKEY, LA- CROSSE . .A nv- wa I ,.,y,.av,v- " . 4-H , W - jmyiwww Maria Patrrafca C12 Cook St, 02158 Day, Barry, Elaker Its heen real rrk been mae lim rr h.15n't been real mee Crarg Patrick gr-J Om Sr, 01165 Viharren, Rrley, Crrllege huuhd lhrrpefully I GOOD TIMES DAVIOS, TIGNES, DIET COKE, CREM- l.lN, VUVV, GlRl,S', SPERMA- TAXOA, IIEVERAGINCS XX'lTIl THE BOYS, VITTGS, QEARRIES, Cl.ll'l', RILEY TREE CREW, SOCCER 15, SKIING 128. THANX MOM AND DAD' Dan Parmenter 30 Perkms St, 02165 Rlley Ah, I remember the days nl' Cham, The days ul' mammg the Cnsmrc Sky In pursurt ulVanC1cnt furgrrtten hurmrs Destrucrrrm and Chaos shall rertgn untrl the Twrlrghr ul' the Elder Gnds All IS ended Then shall curne peace' ,lean Prerre Purnas HI P .. 6 Brentwood Ave, OZIW Weeks, Palmer, Veterrrmry Medrcme "WAKE IIP WAKE l'P' COME SLEEPY EII'TTERl,Y PLEASE 'IOIN ME ON MY ,IOLRNI-Y' -li.uhw f,-M - E! Anna I. Prrttek SH Elmhurst Rtl, HJIW lilyelrrw, lidrrx, Cwllnlgf, Tn l-rrrww :S rrutlnrrg .1It1ll,I'rifZr.1L' me rs everything IDI xx! Kb lk MM' IHS-we wmr Iyer RIS-'IM Wldll 'lk-ull' wf 'IN KSANTNT W - alum' nfl .1 Sur' lierr. mhrver-ISS Spet ml Tlmes mf MNT-'l rrrlx Th.ml-is ,N1rrrT1+lJJtl Nxt! -IQ? Iirun -I, Pellegrrm 10 Clmtun St, H2158 Parrurjy T0 Parnas 253 ll. r Barbara I.. Pierson 10 Park Dr, 02161 Robert Pittman "B17Dii 41 Bothfeld Rd, 02159 Weeks, Riley, College Track Cross Country Many thanks to NNHS and my parents for three good years. Laura Lee Pitts 69 Clinton St, 02158 Day, Riley All The Fun Times with Donna , . .1 11 Monica Port JK. Axondale Rd, 02150 Iiigt-low, Beals, College Tri llavid walking hand in hand wiiiewlwre on tlie sand at the end i11flit'l.1I1tl4ir1tlle edge of the S ing sea l 1.UV1- YOI 1:15 15 IT wail,-r 1 HAD A DREAM Nllilll 1.113 fl-1' 1 CART 11 lf4i1111r'1i1,1I1IJl'l'iC1OVll AVI 1.1, S1 1JA H1 llut l-. ITS Carol Principe 44 Morton St, 02159 Day, Barry, College Remembers Good times wf Diannel' Tara, blanet, Bernie, AK, CW, DC, TC SM Never Forget Bffil 111' 6f21f1-15 NW Prom H3 and Foot- ball games in any weather! Dianne remember . , , NW-1-BE Summer M' PT v1W, TR,Wiener and the walkaeaah' 254 Pierson To Pulsone ' if 1 lv K. 4' 5 'Tlx 1 'til- ...,,,.,.,.i--1--M. Q' Y-nn-sT2"" uh- N. 'T' TA 'lhiaw-v Dawn M. Procter 15 Webster St, 02165 Warren, Adams, Modeling SE,TD,'1W, Sl, KM,-IH, GP, BM, Cs, AG,,1C,-ID. PA, BMZIB, DM, PM, DM, PB and EM, 5-14+zii. HE, Summers of H2 and 85, Partying at the apt., Bonfire in Marlboro, Chug-a-lug, Bu77, OH well, faith- fully, psye., MD, Waterpick, JK, New Hampshire, Bruce, Tom, '1' Bob Duffy Plunkett "Bam-Bam" 25 Walnut Pl, 02160 Hi, Have-we-met! 1,et's DANCE! DONT want 2 B hip BUT tanx 4d GRATE trip amigas PLUNK 4 PREZ1 WORLD PEACE sexual freedom DEATH ROW hail JAH rasta LIMBO yum! INNER SANC- TITY outer sewage ME!! NO!! I 4 will get U20 THINK EIIROPEI BOOGIE! in DWEAMS we FLY PURE FUNK Paula Poillucci 12 Henshaw Ter, 02165 Warren, Riley, College The Good Times are over but the memories last forever. Al- ways remember all my good friends, I hope all your dreams Come true. Mr, O, Turtles! Hampton Beach N.S. Special Thanks Andrea. Always Re- member Michael. Thanks Mom + Dad farm .1 -'x .i Lisa Prosser 214 Bellevue St, 02158 Bigelow, Riley, College SOCCER 123 TRACK 123 Robin- Remember The Wall? Burger, MG, SW, DK,jW, EB. CG, MB LIPS- + KISS NYE 85 Parties at SH The Kidnappers We made itl PURPLEYYF "Don't be sad for what you've lost, lust be glad it was once yours." Susan Pulsone 48 Derby St, 02165 Day, Barry, College Good friends may drift apart but the memories last forever. Will Rem, Fuzzy, Oscar, LB, KM, MS, AS, SN, DB, EP, MH, ELJ, Sj, ANO, ALO. Summer '85, RCS, RLS, ICS, BOS, 12f?ilf82, PAS, Thanks especially to LD, JG, PC, SM, KM, and above all DC. Ida Queler 100 VUoodChester Dr, 0216" Brgelow, Barry, Ambassador You know I'lI always love you, you know I'll always care, and no matter how lar I may go, rn my heart youll always be there- RGJBAK thanx 4 berng a frrend Mare best buddy thumbs up I'II be there ILMSF Ma Dad An- gela thank u fb Theresa Qurn "Qumna" R2 Conford Sr, 021,114 Day, Barry. Dralltrng Swxm HI, FBAP' Sue Ilere, Harley, -lust, Bratty, Stull. wow money' Thanks Ann' Barry Bathroom' Blacklace . New Year 83 Trger' Kelly'S party lil" NTID HZ, Gally P-H, DAD made rt' Yeah' I love Bfldfl Alurphy IKJHU to Finally 1983 Offftll I Love You Mom'l-Dad PS Thank james Qurnn 'llrrnrny' tau Melrose Sr, 01166 Warren, Barry, College Tommy Bobby Kyle Phrl Iladly Brownre Danny C Douglas Nrght Clubs wfMs Kenney Thanx Ms Stern Mr Clark I.aC rosse 1211 I.S B5 Good trmes wflayne Anna Any- body else I forgot Thanx Mom, Dad K 'X Kenny Rerlly "Duck" 177 Valentrne St, 02165 Warren, Barry. College Remembers Rob, Danny, Dj, Tempulohn, Scott, Errc, S Brrv an. Anto, Vuch, Hope. Z ID KM MK Shrrbs Brlly The Bomb Sprung Bash St Pattys Day See the Gates Mattporset Green Monsters EK SG DY Ann Robs House 80-83 Thanx Mom and Dad SS Carol 556:35 5. Us " " ...,- a - 0' T - .3vEl17Q'W.:,RV,..:,,s X ,.3:.,,. V, . . . . ,. .,. . , ' T 0 "Fkg SUM an.-12711761 '."' my-l,!l.!"' L 4 Wrllram A. Reilly III "Chrp" 341 Commonwealth Ave, 02167 The Park School, Beals, College Well IIIS been reall HEY Howdy, Donkey, Party 84 Iilryawan, Re- member Partyrng rn the BMW! I'Il always be Paranoid, but what can you do' Have a great time Next Year' "Whos speedrngf' ,Am V ,. I- 1 ws .ar J -we .-s-..- I "1 xii?-.w.h".m Y? '-.af-x I-:n4'.T'. . Aaron Rettew 59 Algonqurn Rd, 02167 Bigelow, Barry, Avratron Good luck to everyone ID the un- forgetable Class ol' 1084 at NNHS ps., 'Ox Abe Rathbun 655 WdIt'rttvWD Sl, IIJINJ Warren, Palmer I Barely Rerrwernberzlhl, TAR, UIIS, MM, SM, MM, -ILILINIZ RAIfT, AF, SM, DT. MM, fI,, -ID, RC, MB, Mvl, RM, BI Iieanrn' on Mon- day, WIIIZIKXX JWIiI'l:P Death to Bud Strrkers' TARZAN, Third Lot SALT. Bones are better than class' NIORF ,INLINE Aqua Ilave tent, wrll trrp -nl Karen Redmon M Putnam St, 03165 Whitten, Palmer, College All my love to Noel"' Villa! slgr.' Paulrne at the beach' Moe I,arr', and Curly together at last' Ingllslr Leather' Fine Ilm leaving' Camels huh' To the beath' Photography Moe' AT, The Lusty Greel-1' I.rl'e s been good to me I made rt' T X -1, i9 Mary L Reynolds A15 Albemarle Rd, mlm Day. Beals, College As far as you seek you can go, As much as you dream you tan be Love + Lutk to all my lrrends ' Wrl " Softball ' Sotter ' Sham- roeks ' Cars ' Polnce ' Insepatahles ' In the punk ' Stowe ' To my dream, May rt never end I love you Kevrn' Q Antonlo IN. Reese 399 Norwell St 02124 Day, Rrlev, College good-IWC'-to-allathe- mecvlook- rng-glrls-I-hope-they Awrll-ru member-merwhen-I-leave-thrs. schoolAI-wall-not,torget-Peatlus- and-my -lrrend Alana ueler To Reynolds 755 Autla Ruuherts V11 INl.uxs.1Cl1usettx Axe, H2113 Bugelow, Atl.un'us, Cfulleluge :- kj lxe lunrullx m.utle ur' llmnlw nuuum- uuuue ti tw .ull mx' feathers Cuuuunlh Newtuuru Nuurrlu CY tlue alma nfl H XC Sk SCI I tl lulxe to wuxlu .4 Aguuutl lutlx IU .ull rluc senuuurs esp r-u l.T YM C R DB MB SA RR GK K NO llll nuuw xwu .ull Gemrtl Ruuhertx so Ciutlner St. UJISS Bukgeluuw, Rulev, Servute SKILLINLS SKl'I,l. lMPAl.A AC- ClDl'NTS C llASl'S Al"1'uIsUIJY KIZG PARTYS SIIACLRAM BOYD PARK SLSSIONS DIQCKIN Tlll- POND THlf PO, LIC lu LINI-S IIN IN THI' BACK Sl1A'l'ruI-'l'IH- BC DAT VANDAL- ISM LAC ROSSI' BI1lfI'S AND CRAZY LIVING, NEVER STOP ENJOYIN Tum Rucluartlsnuu 754 fhestnut IIuIl Rd, 02167 Wc'ekx, Beals, Crtullcluge DOON I"lSHINCQfClDl1R-MANX THIS ROCKXBAZ, LAX + CAA PAZX C llRTAIN-DOfGOOD- BYIC RAINIES, LIVlfR + GANGX GOOD LICK YOI' C C JMPI 'TIER NI TTS' Dnvuel Ruulwunxnn 176 Iaurwax Dr, H1115 Day. Prulmer, I' S M C GOOD TIMIS WITH KI'VlN RUSSI, DALLS, DINO, UIIRRY. THI1 BICLILOW BUYS. Tlllf I'RAGCLl'S DAZID AND CON- I'l'Sl:Dvl,l'D ZIP, Tlll' ADAMS DOORS TATTYS XYITII ROSSI, ALBISRMARLI' 'W'Hl'N Tllli Ml'SIC'S OVl1R UIIM MORRI- SON, THI' DOORS uf--u uf ,R1.C'uLIlil'fuI.S'U'H W2 Rosenberg Roslyn Muunese Rueves "Mrs Ptxynem 19 Rntklantl St, 01119 Day, Adams, Sucml Wuurlxer I would just lulte tu my that I'm guung ru muss thus seluuml .mtl All the fun fumes that were slmred' Alsru Stay luve gurls un "HIM .und "P-lin' Alsru tu the une I Love Bruuulxe Payne' To Mum .mtl Dad Heres um Du- plumd url' LOVE' fir 'leffrev Ruuhunwn 2271 Vihuxhuuugturx St, H2162 Warren, Beals, College BASIBALI, 1,1 RSI-A, Thus us The lind The Inulls us the lmlls Zen Art- ust. BC Partues, Bnnfires The Tracks. Bye, Kuller, The Twulught Zone, Nu place left tu hude Always remember my llrucnds, I'ntul we meet agaun. Cuao. 31 'U'- Stcven Rusen 200 CR:mm-:nwe.ultlu Ave, H111-7 Iiuiugeluuw, Btuulx, Cnullctge Track 1 Z + Blluothalll + 2 I wull Always remember The Gund tumc + The Good fruends Steven Ruttenherg I1 Seton Hull Rel, 01166 Warren, Beals, College Thungs wull be elufferent when I'm master ul the unuverse Bruon Muchael Anthony Rock -45-D Sldurruru Way, 03119 Day, Ruley, Pulututal Scuenfe TIIANKS IOR THE MliMO. RlIiS RILIiY OIfI:ICli MR CI'lLDS MARGRIZT AND THI1 CAPE SCC SIiNIOR CLASS OIJIIICIERS SOPH JR YEARS THIZ PIT SR THli LI- BRARY BYIE PHILIPS + ilu ZH AlI1AN SlCI'RlfLLA ANB LMB T-BIRD LOVli AL- WAYS TROY V KARIZN S DI." Dehuumh Rosenberg ll llulltump St, UQISH Iiulugeluuw, I5.1rrx', Cluullcgc Gynuuustues 1 J I Duvung 2 S Spun 'HE VlTUunS llalwlrn Pdtu' Wl1.ur's yuur reg num' slucurtS BCC'luwn SCrUnWho NH + l'I'L M + D car Cn Pk Bag ut' MA-IORT + Alf + DBR MFIS, Dlil., HUIA. AR, KB, VH, IS,-IS Hlfven ul' we elrullr .1p.1rt, the memurues wull last lluurever " Karen Rubs -II I5cllSmcrc Rd, H2150 Iirgcluw, Palmer, Cvllsgc I wlll alwau rcmcmlwcr MII SIS SD DI. AR DR MT ST AIS "Hur Buddx MS were w.1llx- ang LW' 'I' MII Rem Img-Ir xr SM. DM, I,Ii Rum DII-Hur Irrcndshmp mn drxflr Apart, but nur rncrnurrcs will Jlvmxx l.Ixr- Tlhmlxs INI + IJ Gmwd I,uLlx Class ut' HI Anna G Ruhm ZH IEIIIPI Axe, H2116 DM. Beals, fullcgf When xwu Imsc tr: drmml. 'mu Cease tu Inc AIS, ITIIR NIR. SH. DPI.. MII, MT, KR SK IIIzIfI. RG. I..-Iidlnw MII Lenny. Dnlbx. BIIC, .IR Ma I'Icll,xLru'Ir11rlrv.rufrumrrg Nalrxc Ycdrx, 'I + 5 Ihrrlw Iruwc Slmrcd ns df-ulwlcd Prwlw- lcms slmrcd .arc lulxcd 'S Tom Rutledge 136 Xxvfzwdldfld Uflflr Whrrcn, Addrrlx, Axmrwrn Rcmcrfllwrs Ivmtlwall, XX'rrs- rlmg, Iimd, 'I'rI1cli, Ted, Par Rlfli, Vind I.m, ,Ifll'1I'lDk tllc f Iiluckhcdd, Sprccs ISN, RK PVX, I5I,, TIS, SD. IIi,jM, MC NI., SR, Purses, Rnlw-Rfllw Rub' llmxc xffu dlwns Mum Ijiid. JIJIIII ..--1 '- I, , L 4 Phlllp Russ "I-'lmxl" I-I Iwldxllewwr Rd, Ulla' Blgrlrvw. Ihrrx, Crvllckgr INIIIIIQ If AGAIN' II'l1ImIw Mum A Pup'-Inn Iflllwt I5 Alxxc' XX I-ll Stun Your Aluncr Agam' Gund Bxc North' Gund Luck Wcmlv, Bnlw, Steve, Kcvm 1.17 Jo Ifllcrx du Rrvicu, kccp II gmumg urung, I lmxc a Imusc Ihr yd" BIC Nurth, IIFIJIII uL1t"' Ifdward Rulwm ' Id IU XXXIHLIIAIII Rd, llllf-3 XX,1rrcrl,IiL'.Ils, frfvllclia ICIVCJI xprrnts lun Jlwdxs cr1uwur'1rL'ruI xlnlcrlt IIPPIISIIIUIYI lrfmu mcdrmrv rmrudx -Allx-rt I'mxturu- Per urnrwm s.1uul.I muulurzxrru .ldxurrl 'vs - , j Thumas Rum 'I'I'mmm " 10 Chun Pl, 03115 Wdrrcn, Adams, ffvllcgv RIiMI:MI5IzRS MR P! -Ili-IQ KS CP BC RC AI,I, TIII- RI YI AC Iili "POI,ICI CUNCI-R'I I6 S API LAX 1 3 5 I.S GAMI. IIHC KI Y 1 2 S THANX IX Rr ISA IDI HROXANNIS' Rulwcrt Rum: 'lRuxxl" II,' crmpr-1 Sr, H2155-I Ihr, Pdlmcr, I ullrtgc 'IIIw.ml-A tu Ill rm IIICITLIS mln: lmu lrllpfd rm' IIIIIPLIALIII ilu' uns MISII Rcmcmlwcr Tllc I'.1r.nI.n'x A Lrnw IDR, KI., IlI,,'IC', SIMVIID, IEW", IA, ID, DIN, SM. Ill, Rf, Rf, TC, KID, AC , KP, IC, RK TIII' PARK. III? ZIP, IIC'-IIS RHIKIII NIGHTS, I.III IIAS .IVST III- CLl'N, YOI' LMYIVIIA IUVI IT THANKS NAIIIAINIJU -Irrscph Ruhlrl I.m RuIIvrr1L1r1 JH Illwr Am-,1J.Ilr.S W I'lIlNHII Rd, 02130 IDM, Ad.mrx, frrllflu' XXICCI-.Sq Rxlrx, I ullalm SIIINIITIINIIS YIII' IIAVI ,III A IJ, Ill: .md Illu Xfrrxlrl ILIIIIIN SAY WIIIAT 'IIIII "Nl" Tmnlx lNlm'wt1wr1ltL Imd INL'NK'l'HIll.iII Smur- fruxs frvlmtry SLIIIIIIICIS In flnlll- day Nlqgllt, AIUITIIIN, ITIIIIIIHN, Vi .Mur- qgrr Tum .md S.xm.1r1tln.I Prus vrllu V.Illcx .md tlmc Irmslz IIIIL' mlglutx .ll tluc NI'XY"l'I7NI'I'I AI'I1,JsA IIXJIP TIII- TYRANNY. SAVI' III, NI , -IR, SI , MS, PM, Af, TIII' C III-I 'Il1u lIwr1Lx.Ird .md Klum RCI, HR NMA' Ywrlx Arlrm I5.IIws lwlm- lwmlw Iumm' Ilulln MII, K If I f.IrlI1 M Ruxlwm PUIS1.-. 'H' Il 'I Nu fi 'x IIc1dI Sacks Ilnrd I.m Sllrrr K.lrr:1 Sllxllru I2 Wlart Rd, lljlfrh J1livr.mt Au IVIYI Yhull XXl.Irrcn, Addmx, fnllqgr liuplllxx, Iimlx 'U X Irrwr' Sr HHN KIAJKHB TM, Irll, I.lN.I,YI.III1!L', IM, Iflgall-w liflrmf I-+ um f'I5,AII'J,'IIi, IJII. SII, IDM, IS, IXQ, Ihlmrrllur Ian, X ' N, y Mdrm, Cvu1rlgI.I, -II, C.Irr1L, Mr SWAN, Mclmm SIISKKXX SSI NIIIR + -lb lik 9 3 Cmrdm-r, Inrulflru SH, R.IIm.r KR- Rllcx II-vw Sprwwg IIN. 51 I'I,xff'x IIRXX' .md AIIPXC lr"h1w.l Irrrlg ITM XC IKlslN'I'I.IIIx IIN-'IIN Xlxxd' Iirr Nlurf Rcmcmlwr Ulu-.I Trmu XVTW1' will nur rlmmlgr mlm! xl-L. ' x rmnmt A .xlxmu xx:ll :Vim Nutt Ilmrzx Mwzw, + IL.: FN Ross Tb Sa1succ1' 5' nv ff 511122111-.117 721 SClllf,f Lf 1 Dan Santangelo fm Iberlsx' St, 03116 Vlhtrren, R1lex', College lfruvtlwall I I laitrosse I I I Res memhers Temp Iirllx' Duck Buster Vash Dante T15 ISC SU Sf Kathx ENDIW RS SH RK DI, + IC Tonx' -I' -lulre Wfhen the whrp tomes down Scott -I' Karen weekend at Nrehols Whrte Monte Rrlex Thanks Ifulf -loex' 'len Tlfm IAIUIS Scaltret-I QU Atlella Axe, H1105 Dax, Adams, W'orIt Rememhers Summer ol "HV Aug 4, H4 WH, R39 Mx N.: Trrtra Marta 'lolmblane + DC TT The lake NC .Intl NN Iootlmll games The hug thase Im outta here' Clootl I,utIx exerxlwoelx' I I,oxe MII I,oxe xou Mom and Datl lorexer' Ilxe' IJJIINA Nanatran il Iltlwartl Rtl, IWIW Dax, Iiarrx Never lrorlxget Crootl IIIIILN In ll- uvmrrlvlrrs wf DA DTI SAT AP A5 SD .mtl others I'I.tx1rlAxg earxls .mtl gettrng hustetl .III the time Iluanlxs to some ol mx llIL'l1elN,llIlI.Illx elltl rr a xe.1r earlx .mtl I tan 'get startetl wf mx' lxle .1 xear earlx Y Chris Santeusamo 50 llreltorx I..ane. 01861 Day, Iiarrxg I5usmessfComputers Remembers Ioothall 2, 6, 35, 37,4 Nautllus, Iiaselvall Alwaxs re- memhers the lun we had at partles, Remember all the great trmes DS, C P, SG, C-I, BD, DM, CfM, AW,'lD. IM, TQ KZ, KB, Sly thaxx Datl + Alom BYI1 HI 'Iohn Selmaeclrter XSS Commonwealth Ave, H3130 liarrx, College RIMS MC I MUVNT IiVFRliST MVZZY D SCHIEIIIPRNCIT DFITTSCHLAND ITND KLASSE OKLAHOMA TIIOMPSUNS GDLDLN DRIl.I,liR SKIATOCJK BI.ACK,IACK Ml'I.I.IGAN SAN 'IIIAN MOVNTAINS ISREIIGELMANS C,L MCT AT SOUTH MII CB MD Vlennller Sthuster IH Dax' St, UJIN, xV.ifl'l'II, Iiarrx, Colltge "I expett to pass thus wax hut onte, therellore .mx gootl I tan tIo1:r.1nx kmtlness I tan show let me tlo Il now lor I shall not pass thas wax axgarn "' .Itxenne tle Grellet fl 415. Davld Sasdi 24 Hawthorne Ave, H1166 Warren, Iiarrxg College Yax'-Morrrkal I3-Is Thus Another Moment'- TEH-"Your SITIIIIDX Face" "Hex Dude"' "IloIIo", The Cutla, Fr1endly's, I'eet, "Short" . Because that'S the wax' IIIS gootlr' Pancakes, "I CAN CCJOKV' "No fyflgllidllfxlu See You m College Mornca-lI.Y" Sarah T. Selullll U5 Mt Vernon St, 03165 Dax, Adams, College All mx Ioxe to Mark I love xou more than xou wrll ever know YN- IYCH' I,oxe and lutls to all mx lrxends-lm sorrx Specral Thanks to Ml JM 64 Alr'Ron thanl-ts lor Com- me Into our lrves DAD I Ioxe x'ouA xour memorxr has helped me grow' Karnr Segal VW Ifuller Qt KVI!-9 Wlarren, Aelams, Israel YAlfI.-A SXVIIIUIJ PIII, DI, DI. KATII 'I' lNlI1G-I'l'SIIC ART' TIII' YFAR' BRI, l.A, IIINN, Slllvl H2-I IWIK, ZAYIIY HAAYIN. LIMITIZD'"TIII1RIf ARIS Pl,AfI1S I Rl'lVlIflVlliIfR AI.l, INTY I,II:I1 TIIOIIGII SUMI4 lIAVli CIIANGID, SC IINII' I"ORIfVlfR. Nt ET NIR I5lfTTl1R SCIIVII' ARI' CLHNI- AND SUINII' RI1MAIN" Dawn L. M. Sauers 1013 Beacon St, 02159 Vrneland HS, Nj, Palmer, Ilarrdresser I.lve your hle the wax' you want to' Ullendrrxl' Best ol'H1'-Plt Crew The MALI,-83' The Dede's, KD, KP New Year 84' Iflonda-X2 Ulvly Love tojoelu Sflelflll "IIere I come, world?" I.rsa lieth Schultz Ijlio I5oxlSton SI, 02164 Iirgelow, Barry, College 'It rs only wnth the heart that one can see Ilgllflx, what IS es- sentrallx rs rnvnsuhle In the exe' I,ove and thanks to Irrentls, Mr Smrth, Mom, Dad, Peter Diana Selig 7 Ashmont Rd, 03l6H Warren, Beals, College "Oh, my Lord,there's so much to do Tomorrow I thrnlc I'll pour a pitcher of water down the mall Chute." -Elonse Well if you want to sing out, sing out ,. I I Xngela Srnzapaura 'Angrcu 278 XX'arcrtuwn Sr, miss Dax, Bcdls, Collcgs Ilerncrnhcrs thc Bam f'urnrnrwm gang, 'fl'fHS, ltlfllwfbw, the Iulun lub, Rocco, Chowhound, prnuch- CS, Never Forget IE2, All thc gnud imes ar the dances, The Blcachsrs Cyump, Good Luck tu all mv riends Thanks Mom and Dad Ehsaherh Scrrcn "I,r7 101 Ccnrral Avc, UJIK-Il Dax, Bmls, C,nIIcgc The Bust Ilmcx vnf The Iicxr Prncnds-XX'.4srcd Daw and XX-NUI nrrcs '-I-HX Irn Il III- KIX'III3RIrGfM.1Ls SAI-.HI Nxrcrx Hydnmg CCH? IIIJIIRVNHIAI mics Skllng + Curxctrcs XX'.mLIcrcrs :XII the wlld rlrncslrlcm Deb + Pup Thanxs Imxc 1XIvs.1xs I.'X'IIIR NORTH ARINICMR Angclu Scnzapaum Fx XXIJICFIHWII Sr, ullix Dax, P.1Irncr, Pwr-Gr.1du.aru Rcrncmhcri 'lance 'Iunx Steven Dchhnc and 'Ihc rcxr uf mx frnends, VBAIIX' IIXORXHK, The Bomb, The foursome, scrcwdrrvcr, and finaly to say good hvs and IIIS over we made rr GOOD I,I'CK' to all Ndnu Shgnnun 'JI CII.1rIcsh,mIr Rd, 03158 IIIIQCIKIVV, Adgnrnx, 1 UIIL-gy III rcmcrnhcr ifkdfkdj. vlan. Dch. CuIIccn, Sha, Paul, M-I, BII,Ccn1cIc, St, Srhs, Fnrgcrbmcfnurs, Alwaw + forever, wrshlng mn a srar, Ray Parker, Goudrhye Paul-AII thu Invc as warrrn Ihr you su Im ncvcr gunna Icr yuu gn, LOVI: YOI' Ml DMI' ,atv- ,,,,,, I ai NL F . .- I gf. :YI up Wi. ws .W A 15:31-nl 4 XX'1IImm D Shea JH XX".umfs1r Rd, UJIAH ,rv Mara Slhlcy If CUIIIIIYI St, UJISH Iirlgcluw, Iicdls, Cnllvgc tunnis, ISII uIunc1I I 3 S Nuwn-rmlru 3 KSp.41n IH's'I'I'Uvr1SII.lIWI.iw Iiarrw I SI'XXIhu 'I' l'I-I.h.1g1r 'Ibm 'I' IIN Our Car HI,IIL' has nu plcqxurc nu- hlcr rhknn rlmr UI Ir1L'mIxInp" IJIIR yuu'II wrn nur het' IDI1I,Annah.1hw + joehahcs Sheryl KrM + Ah thnx + l,I'V mum + dad -bbs Ez." -2 .4-e Uti Rrclurd L Shccnan "RnIxx" Nw I'.11rw.ay Dr, H1163 IMI, Itirrx, fullctgc 'I'ImnIxs IX1urn + Ihd Swrrnmrnlg-I J I Irrundx RI, KA, SZ, DS, RI, III, GM, DI, RI', IN, ISD, DD, KN, MR, + I'xcrxIwmI'. L-Isa "'I'Iuu wurld w1II ncwr Iwc pv.1LcIuI .ls Iunig fhcxr IS unc cxnl nnndu Fufly 'Ihanx Dr D -Icxm SIKLIFCIIJ I XxI.II'XN'IkIx IMI, II,'I4-3 IMI, Ihrrx, K -IIIQIU Ir I1.nIwc'r'lu.1gr1.nr ixdrrx Im gn- rntg rw num rx1rxIMuIx KS, NIP XIXXI, IV, IXIC , IIIIII IMI rI.rxx Spb L1.1I thanks In Mx Stun run IIurrvugh thc XUIIIII .1n.I I-,nI ur In n.iIIx rrmdc If .'Xnnr TNUIMNII .-XII mx Img rn Iinwn IXInI1.n-I .'XnrIn-nx RIDlIx Vlcffrcx SIICIIWCY 'LIQIVIVI Im I4Itglr15r,IIJIiIJ DAY, BCAI5, Cf,IIcgL Soccer, Icnnxs Dnrrh Scnzrrr III mg Chrh VI AMY, IAZ. PIII IIUCX, IIJIII-IIJIII, IIwr1II.r x.n,.rtI I'x.m. Nur-, fXnn.r I3rfIwIm 1 rp I IN-xx Ind C HIIIIIILIIIILAIIIIII I4rL.n-. I7.1fuI .xnrI KUIIILINUI Inu NI: I IIIXXIYKS IXIUIXI I7:XI5 INR .XII Yi II 'R SI PPI IRI 5.lmIr.I NILLJI , I I IN II.IrIr4IrI Ix.I,n,1nN XX.rrrcn, Ikrrrx, C'rvIILgL KHIUII Irucndx nmx .Init ,mart rmrnrmu Inf threw' X XX Iirnunxhrr XII nt rm frnznzx wr rI.rIIx .XVIII 4,4r"x Im, X" N IIIQIIXXAX Iirnfgz I'..'Z. lux rIn XIAIIIVLI Frm-1,4 I' .V N IXIIXHI .HMI II.1rI Irwxc In 5,4 Senzapum Yb Siegal 774 Andrea .Io Silvano S22 Waverley Ave, 02158 Iiilgelow, Riley, College f,I'CllC5lS I, 2, 5, Cheerleading 3 Good I.uelx Class ol' H4 Re- memhers ISSP Irene' Anne-Nlarie, Stacey, Shelly + all the Cheer' leaders nl' "HI", Memories ol' sum- mer ol' HI, BI' 'Ilianks Mom ae Dadll A Special Love for Steve, 10f22f82, 4-EVER, R 1' W, Allmlltkl Ii SIANYSKYII I-ill Ilarriiiaii litl llllily Wait r- 1 l. ' ' A I 'Qf-- fe r ff'-st 47' 'UN 'Iulia lvlorligentltau Smith 140 XY,tiNlIlII4L1l47II St, H2159-i Iiiigelow, Iiarry, follege Rotco 1 Z A, Marching Band 2 R, Ski leam 1 Z, Irench Cluh 1 2 R, Senior flass Committee of H-I' I'RANfIf RJ' Rs' Thanks to Mum dr Dad, Miss Flaherty Ms Logan Ex Miss Lanagain I'Il always rememher MKS f 'I'MVUSI'lPAfD HON f,IIANf I' Pl lllli I,I' f'I,ASSI1 DI' HI' Cllftltltlll l.l'CK' 360 rS'1'lu11m To Sorenson 'Ion Silverman 63 Marshall St, 02159 Weeks, Iieals , "And1fwe get Caught in the lly of lilie, let it not he said that some- one else was pulling up the zipper H Philip Simmons MPliil" ll l'lrnwood St, UJISX Iiigelow, Adams, l'ndeLided Good times with Milla, Wax, Smurf., Goody. Ilan, DIL Ixfii, All, ,Ierrv and the Boys Remember the parks, Tape, Quarry Summer ot HK Ifoothall at the parls Vi'arren's hase- IUCN! Beans VAN IIAIIN "Its not wet lflb IVIUICIIH AI,I, MY I,UVI: 'IPO 'IIRAKKIY IJ-lH.H2 rex ,nr Selrtt Smith IU Ilaryey Pl, lljltis W'arren, Harry RM RI, I"I', IN,-IS, NM, IVS, IDS. fP, YM, III, CI, AV, Ml, INIM. DV, IEVI:RYl Ifl,SI' WIIU IUIIJNT WRITE IJCIWN, LY IU AI.I, I DIDNT Clfll A CIIAINTI1 T0 MIfIf'Iif'I'O NNIIS fI.ASS UI: X-I 'IIAKIi I'l' EASY Tonya Silvey 770 Parker St, 02120 Warren, Adams, XVork wfcomputers I will remember Sharon Yvette, Chisa N Pam B. I can believe I'm liinally getting our olithis jail house' I remember the good times me and Iaeltie + Sharon had on Ray- Shawn's bus' My very good friend Melvin Shine' Michele ul Skinner I5 Niles Rd, llllfxl Day, Palmer, College Slsl Team HZ. Hs, HJ always re- member "Pleasant Mountain" Iiridgton, Maine BC -Parties lor- ever Best ul- luelt to friends Sl, GK, DW, CA, DB, IIM, YM, l.l,, Love ia Hs graduate -layguars 171 Warren Smith JS Belmont St, HJISH Bigelow, Iieals, Police Atademy Good times with MM GM PS IG IDI' IJI5 AISUID Cl. DW The Sum- mer ol' Hs The Park Billrica. The fape 'llhe Quarries Parties in the Iiasement Always rememher Cdl and the Gang All my love to Mom Dad Kerrie and faralyn Michael G, Simmons S-1 Wedgewood Rd, 02165 jennifer Slack 75 Homer St, 02159 Weeks, Riley, College lalie is good, wild and sweet? X- Country 1 2 'slrack I 2 s"Pre2" ll Newtonite, press nights, Va- lilen I'la 'HR wisdom through partying . , . shortS, whats your name' Mirror in the Bathroom I,ove always to great family and friends I Sandra A. Sorensen wo Auburn St, 02166 ff' I "9 I ,Inv I, Sp.mn Y.ncI Spcftwr Mark Splrw Summ C Spmlrucr -I5 Ddlbx St. IRISH W5 Iilgclww Rd, Ullf-3 W'.lrrcr1, IIc.IIs, W'l1.ltcwr JU I lull' Sr, llflrlll Iilgcllm, Rllcx. Ixmcl IIS PM IR AW MIS ff SI. KM Du, ISI-.fly 1-lllrlgu Dcsxrrc A Springer ' Nuxng ft, HJIJI Iiwxrcm I,.xt1rl. Rllcx, Pull-I Fursum crIIar:C4:I1m mcmlmssc numblr PL-rlmps wrmllun uc wlll Iwwlx Iutlx 'III rlwr IIIIIIQN .md laugh Sclvurl rm Inu rrw IDS, IDP, f TN I.4rlrl .MJIIL - rm Nrlrrll Arl rlrlll-r!gu.IlwIn I WS X5, ID, RI. I I" II I Ilrl.1ll'. rrudc If rlmrf-uglf' INI.1rg.4rcr Hldlf Nrmtwrrl I1 GI. Nr mlm Ibm. Pdlrrlcr fflllpxgc IIIMII Ywur W .AYIQHII IIVII rl NRI! XXL' Are: 'Iluc fIl.4rr'lrl1flrls NI. Illtfldx Rdflq NIf.rl".VlwI1n- Nu' plxm fam -ICATIIIL' hw-,rl Ilrrlu .H .NIM X Iff x ffl Ilfzrxrllcrl-. Iicdlll UDVI A III,-XNKN Ill INIILNI IJAVIIJ 6. ff Hur XXISIICS rw AII, IJAI5 Is Illxt 'Ihr ISI-g.r.r,prl4"" XXIII-N IIIIE MISIC SIUI-'S IW PUIICI1 fUNfI4R'I' IDG -IW 'SPHUINY GRAB A I IIAIR-II' IIIIRI ARI' IIII: IDUUIIILS NZ RVGAAI' Snlrlmll J A N1 TNI5 I,I I'I' YI II III' nl "IL UI SI'I,I,Y Si IMI"IIIMI5S Yi DI ' ,II 'SI III-I Iiull I,rr s P.4rtx IIVIII' GAMI' l.lMIIlII'D KARN IIAVI4 'II I SAY'IW'I1.zt Ilmc ---- ' CYU I'LIllI 4 lxmr IIIIIHIIA Nwrunn IJL1 'I' SIIIII, 2 ISISI SISIIRS Nqmy lvllplwy Arm M.mrcur'l Sum IIIANX- SI:GAI,S KRISIIN Slu V4'l1.1t 'IKM' Mx Krllwbll 'I' I THIS IS 'VHF YI ARI KAVIIII 'I' Irlnlll Slccpcrs Islraml lNIr Nlmrvlrll MI'U-PI'SIIfIAR'IA' DIAN, PIP, ISS I-Ilvcr my MM IIOPI- Yr ll' c,R,lx1s lx llwmm GIA CIIAIR ZAYIN IIAAYINH .., rw f , 3 gf ' 'fi f if asm... ' I - .,,.. W. Kun Sulml Vlcrmllcr Lynn Smmlcl " I5 Marlcr 4 II, lljlff II5 Iiclluuc St, UJISH Iinhgnluvn P.Ilmcr, frllll-gc Iilgclfm, Rllu, I rlllr-ge III -AP, IS, MM, RP MP, AI I III VCAAII' Rcrrucrrllw.-r 'IC IISSMCIM vsnslm' IJIII .I sur rf: lwlluw wlwrc um KMSKIIINIZII- 'Ilan flmra I1 .ATL I rr: wrxlm fvIIALIVL'.1ITlIf1IHIIHW PII IDI mf I Z Iruwr v.lmr If IIIQJIIN II'I,Y--IHIY, IWLII Rl SIIXIJIIYILL' NIINIVIII1 RHIC lvwl-I wut llcrc mums RID, IIIIRN Arlcs- I I,I'V III'II' ISIRR Im III ISIIIR ISS, IIII-rllr w.nII IDI- stullxcrl rw LIc.IrI1, YI'-gut YIIUI UQ-flu lwfflk, AP-III! INS-H, YIlgwrwI'u.1r I rluml'-I7I'IJI' 'IIMI IIKIIJVIX Mum A IJJII ISSJX vvflkum lNIwrr1 'I' IJJII I Im LI urrllgnnls rw .ill 11 1 T' FY Yzzv Iggbggl Srdulvl Suu Nr frmur INIIIIIQIL Null: a'S Cflrrlrrlvvrlvu,-,llrll Arg llflill II Cllwlcx IMI lljI3'J 34 XILIIIUII Nr IIYIAH XXI,-:gl-.x I4l,,Ilx, fwllpgr XX'.IrrL11 I5.nrrl fflllr-lg Amrr fumrrl Srh, Ilvrmllm, I.l'1rlrw, .mx rr.nwfm mlm wnr ru' Nur P.lrIls Mm NLxlrfrwss,'X'g.11rl P.IIm4r flvlllxlg Klum .ll rum IIIILHSIIIIJIIIIW' II.ml,.l IIUI rllr Mclllwrlu Ill Irlqmls XXIII AI N Q-nl1ll.u IIII IIN I II XI Ill Nlutlrl url rllq rrwrrl XXI-.nx xwllr INCXLY Irnll Iiwv, 'IL'Il Nlulxgr Kun um imrllrll ,XII rllr wwf NIfY"Z'N Plmm JI' Illrll II.IIlr-xx I'l.mr nf Yum rrmlly NTNIIN xuwrrll xxllllr' .an-l xmrrlllrllrx Iilrrlm PII'I'III fa Thrm day -WC wfux Gund I,mcrlv.Ill rm lrlunlmnr Iillll Inn MINI PAIIIQ II Ii PIII Il I INN, I,UQk' XX VV, Ndgvk Ngglmrx Nllrrlrrlgr Xi II. + IU IICILI IIrr4lxLx uf .Nix fl1lxr1,l lux ll I MOM ANI! IJAIH 1,4 MIIB I ll K ANI? 'IIIII' PASI' YIAIIS IX HI IUNIUUN MR KIIUXXS' I7clvlNx Nlnml LL ' Irlrzltx Ir' ll,IIX" XIa.1.l--ulvl--ll. X-I-" X X1 Ikrh IILI Il xwlzrr I rl-wk I I m.lr:'::g my .m I I IWIIIZIN XlNIl'N ll'-' l'I.- ll ur rl- XIII IM NNI IN I I IQV XII IIII lvl IQXI Xkll IIXX III lx Ihlpll X .III Xp! I Il ' , , I.-xr I.I1.5lN lay' I I' Spzmn Tb Src-1'nhcrk,g 261 rf" john St, Germarn "Iiuster" -ISS Albemarle Rd, 111160 Warren, Iie.1Is, U II lege Jmgt nv I xi gsfs s Q Na Rememhers Scntr, Kenny, Vdsh, D.1nm', Tempv, Iirmn, Iirllx, I'rrL. Anna, Dante, Vuch, Sandy, Aprrl, IIope,Erin, Ann, Heidi,IJee Dee, Susan,Anna Spring Bash The Old Band Mr. ED Sam Star Market Crew Rivcrsxde Nantaskct LED ZEP Thanks MA More Better" ,, A-, It wi ' . :F - T3 'fi S is '-1 ' 4 . 2 fi 'I'hcutI4Ire If Stum Cheryl Srmer ' ls, SI OukI.1ntI Ave, UJINI 34 Iirrthges Ave, 02160 Ii ' 1: Whrrren, Iiarry, Crrllege Remembers I'.1t, Vm, IIROIII, Rrth, Iirlgeluw, Rrley, fullege ' I Nuthrng I.1sts Iuruxcr, IIHIIIIIIAQ gurrrl ' Stew, I.m, SIS, MR, IIII, AII, C mn' rand rwtlnng Imd I remember AII peuple .ind rhe thmgs We tI1tI tI1egurItI trmes .rt NNIIS, KS, 'I'I1e ,, IIICIXIILLQ, Old Stupid, IIex Ibm w.ake up, Irfrrnlg wresrlmg 1 3, fun.m, RRR Ilmmhs, IIIIL' Iirxdlge, Mmue UUX Ihrrx g.tmg,S.1r.I, I,I3, INI.iur.1, I.IrIIer Im, fS, UK, MIM KM, Senrur Slurrrp-Ihr Ju Irs' w'I:4g4grI-u'u3g.g.r' OII MY GOD' IIS OVIR' Iixe s' IIIIIJIIX IVIJ 'I' IJMI' uf' ..1" Dianne SIIQLIICII 25 IfurtIh.1m Rd, 0211-S Wrxrren, Barry, Ammul Tech GOOD 'I'IMI'S WXCAROL, MARGI, TARA, LISA, BIQR- NIIi, ALAN, WIZHKIQNIJS WXTIERRI, I"I'.BaII games. LONG SVMMIER HS "IIII: IANNAH PROM NIGHT M Palmer rs "UID" rfufm r,nrKr1Rs' refxrmr, Rr- MIQMIIIQR . CAN1' Miss HM. rrswxpw, TR, MC, ma . . . SOME DAY' 5-fs. X sr., I I, Nrr Iwi fhrns .I Nrrzetlrer Ifun-'Iee Suh Al-ml Sulllmn Ifdw.1rtI 'Innes 'Ilafe II r,r,IIrvIn Sr rwliw ,HI AppIeAg.nrrIl RII, 113150 JJHI XXIASIIIIIMUJII St, H3163 gi Nywgll Rd, H1166 71 IInmer St, 02159 Nr xt Y-IrI I',rInIvr I-Ilhlgf, XXIII-.s A-I.rms, 6-IIII-ge XX,'.1rren, Ii.nrry, ffrlhlge VU.Irren, P.rImer, fwullege Wfeeks, Palmer, College II XX I II XID IIII I II XTNK I IO Iicrm'r1IIwr rht UQHIIII tmres IVI the Iuuh IIII uvmes IWL'.IIII'I.LL Its lgrfrs, VUL- ,ne never m wur selves Imr he- I4ru:rh.1II'I'r.1uIx Ijun wrth I.lntI.x, In I II 'XII ,MIAIN WI II III ,mm .m-I .It rht- I-e.rtII Ihnvp w.ns untre the rlIwIwns I'IfIIIY Nrrmx, trrnrl Ie.1r, tIes1re, .md Impe fare, Deen .md Sum GIHILI 'AI ffl! I IIXXI ' .Xrnnrrrrrr .gnu ,mtl rIr.mI-,s I1vrtIue rntrmrrres MIMI, I..1uren,C1iy, NX, MK, IDM, rimw us ,I'nw.IrtIs rh.4t wlmh as ru I.uck tu the huts on the team I I I IIN' NN III I',XRIY IIII' III-.r If mv utrxfwm' .IIIII x1g1rmI RIICI 'I'.1II 54 INIus Stubs SIIIIIC Lorne WIS KRIIZ IN 'IIII '1 ,'rf I-,Ik MINI rmrfs Iinfxln IIIII, rv: .III rm Irnrnls time .1 yr' If -If: K guts 'INI 1N1AI,Ilil' VU S,4n,i l,rrI1 glli, AK ' I'I I t "II III IJINI IN 'll I.1sImwn Orrhesus I Sunmrer K SZ, KID HI-f IxecrIe.uIers I'ur IIHJ ' -' ' I- I " "" ' HAI If I'I"f1'I XVIIIICI WfI'iK WIWII IIMIK' Rus SI, I'II.m:. Mum "rr" Intl 56- 1 !"'I.I II Nfwn r IMI YOOMI, Helen, IfI's legs. Iusxrrg- Sum Sf.?IfI-Is 'II I'ItI Um I'-SIVIII1 6.2 Sz. lIierrrm1'11 721 Yfifc Paul Talmo 154 Beacon Sr. 02119 BlgCIlJW', Barn, CUIIQ-gc FOOTBALL, HOCKFY. LAX 1 2 RBEST OF TIMFS wf PII DF, IIM, MOSFY, VI-I, PM, MAS, CLOOPA, DW, VID, SL, STACEY GOOD TIMI1S AT THE ROCK, THI5 POND. POLICE. SKLIEIJNY, IH FOOTBALL, MODS WISH I COULD D0 IT ALL AGAIN THANKS MOM AND DAD Jcnnnfcr Tcxg I0 KIrksr.III Rd 1141041 Dax, R1Icx AILISIL LAYTIIIN SI'1.1Ixcspcrc.m Phwrx German TILIIV' I,IIrLI', Ivfr-Iu Nw stars' mdrrcrs Iwwmf I rl AMAI mic I'wI,1rm,.II.c HW at ANMS NMF 'IMT ISY uhm: wma In 'mumps YICIIITICD. f.4I'fIuxcI IJNI-FXLVI phfmc cdllx AmII,I.Ir rTIuSIIrfmm pain Andrea M, Tam II Smxrh Ave, 01165 Whrrcn, Beals, Gxllcgc GOOD TIMIES WITH ALL MY IRIFNDS NISVFR I'ORGI'T ALL THF GI DOD MISMORIFS WIFVL HAD PALLA, ISIVTII, STIQPH, ANIIA, XLLDA, SLZY, CHRISSY. LISA, DI5NlSIy MM TI'RTLIiS' IIl'D' SPIFIAL TIMLS WITH BILL, I-lf--Hi ILL LOVI' YOI' ISORIVIR' MR ONS MOM as DAD' C Imrlsrlric II-L'IL'II'Il M Shcrrm RII, IJJIK-J Cdrdnml Spcllmfm, Iicals. fnllcgs 'lf' vm MINIII,-r 4mI IIIIIIU rlnmks IwrI14IpurI'g YIIUAUIIWN up INI.ItIlfI.1xs fl + IS I I1r'I.nIIx IllgL1rcLIwuIwII.1tlt rmuns 'I'xpIr'1!g un 'gm-In own IIIHLIIIQII I st1II punk .nr thc Ixus Tu rm mv. IrIcr'1IIs MI MS HM DW RII SW' AI Kcup1rI rwuLIu"-HI- ri Ruhrrt 'I'cr11pcst.I I-IISCYIIP can SI IAIIIIIIIHII RII,I1Jlr6 W".Irrcr1, Iimls, C Irllcxuc RCHIL'IIII3L'fX KIIIIIII Imam xxltI1 D.mm ISIIII Ibm X'.n,I1 Iinsrrr DLIIIK IK RK SS-lull DI IZA IU 'IL SIS SMfWInp SI I PID AH Rs I M ISC Tum DK Surmmw -II Hi Tlzu Capt' muh IXIIImu' , , II1.Ir1x M- Im .K DMI Ln , w MD I-mmf Sunwr Ihrtxcs K Lux HI I nl '5 . I f I 'ii' A , I S,-r 1. xx Ima 'I'cssm.m I4.1I1 Ikmm IIIIw:uI H1 K1rInt.III IMI. IVIIIII IIIIII INIl'.MIIWNIWfINlIx, .'XII,Imx, I IIIIIIQI ' II-IIII-Im, Sr II. "IrIwm rInx I1-mr I IIr.I.II:I IIIINLII IIILLIIM XII.I".N Iwuvx II :II IIIIIIIN .IIIII IIII.IIgm.Irx Iwo II,11r.1r: war I wx" 'Nh Inu rw IIIII Nf IIN III In II:i.I.II, I ,," L N mx WTI TRANNY' ISIIUI MII I7 III Inu 5 ' X PIHN IAS' MAY III ISI Sul' I IIXIII span .If i".I' N w ' MOI NIAINS IUIIIXIII' Mau-I LUN-.1 ,. -. ' I-I .IT :tx Q 'A I xx ' .ni KIXL LI ' " 'S ISU? Iwx: Yfzlmo Tb Th4JI1I.1,9 263 Susan Lundsay Thmnpmn HH Ilerrlcl-Q Rd, 021542 Pr1ll.rrt.l, Addrnm Il yuu're ahead, youre helnnd luve the gdrne heyrrnd the pnle Re- member Always 11.15 frrentls IIV,, I1 l J, G.W Genexli Party when DS tiw.1y, MS,AM,C.R,DW,A15,1.D, lJll.Lfl1IHg llureyer Gnntl tnnex N it N I,uvc you D.1d ff.. .L Imnlx AITJIIIVJAQIIJ 307 I luerry St, H1105 Warren, Iietnls, fulleige Due, Krug, lien, Rrrh, MI, IIA, DK, Mt, IS, IxN,G1-NISIS l.II. t.r,w,w1r c.R,fc.,1rl,,n,,ry1fc,, Mr IJ, Mr M, SM, RV, lxpw, NC W, 'I-N'lRAI', nm ALWAYS 'TRII I KIY' '61 Thompson To Irzff Pat Tihcrrn 2-1 Wrrrmdlwlrme' Ter, 02166 Warren, Iie4l5 Remembers Rrch, Ted, Tum, Van, Steve, Ian Tlmellwurne Street gang, SR, DR, AII, NIR, SM, C.1vr.11y The 'ITIITTCS were Ime, Pdxntrng -luhnny HC' TARZAN Ruhb'n -Tubs The Brldge Mrmhuml Lrften I I.nve YC D17 MC BM .mtl DAD .rlw Candy and Rnlwcrta 'Tell' Tulhert S6 XXf.1verly Ave, H1158 Bigelow, Atl.4ms, Cnllege-Art Mdlwr grnw up tugether hut we gruw' .ap.1rt, .1lw.1ys QIIHIIWIIUQ up IS Nur eluwnmll rletlge, my mg, new xurlx, ernhryu and 111 UJUFSL' Ille IIC the murrur H1 the hulrrfmm .Intl the end nl the party R1t.1 'I'r,zr1l.1glr.1 207 Crherry St, H1116 Ann, Snmrn, Mrthelle, S.tntly, "TRlI,UGY' DM. CI. IJI,, RS. TR, MK,'lI.,-II' SIN1,I,INI,ff-Vlqup Genesrs HS Roh Tnberm X1 Fuller Ter, 03165 Day, Rrley, Technrcmn Gund Fnends + Great tnmes Dun, Scott, Nrck .md ,lnm Spendmg money wrld Partren "MALOOI4"' "The LAST GI:NIiRATION" "TRIl.OGY" "TAMA" "PROO- BUIJISV' 'GENESIS' "NIGHT- MARESV' "KOREAN CURDOBA CRISIS" HI Luz 10f51f81 "THE LINIOH 621311 l l 9 Amy C. Todd I 26 Walnut Pl, 02160 Newton Catholic, Beals, College Never Forget Frrends Ifmrn ,I NC. + N.N, Lydra, Mary, ly Vera, Beth, A.I,. + M, People 1 at Star and P.MCCY Thanx Ma l + Pa fStu toolh Thanx N.N. for rescurng me fmrn NC." Gund Luck Ifveryr1ne,TA-TAI' ' ' 198-1 ' 5? ' 4' ,E f af' wi X II.1rry Trmnt.1lllles 'alll Newtnnxllle Aye, 112160 Iiwxtrm Ifnlglrxlu, Iieals, fullege, M D MI'MURII1S TIII' Sl.ASIIl'RS ffl IIKX KIfY TIAM IH, HA, DI, MI, TD, DV, DV, TIM SPI'C'IAI, TIIANKS TU Al,I, MY TIACII IIITST WISIII1S TU Al.Ir MY l'RII1NDS IN TIII: l'l"l'l'R14 1-S- PH1AI,I,Y MARYI,0l', CIIA 1,1-I-,IHUR,KAY,MlK14l,Ml'I. DIANI1 S, -IIIII' I., VICTORIA. NANCY, DAVI:,I, MIKIE C, ALSO KRlS'I'liNj. PS I.UVI5 AIAWAYS ,f 1 Atlredn Trufl' 11 Wdrwuelc Rd, 02165 I.untIuntIt'rry, Iiarry, Arrplanc I Metlmnrfflinguneer WIII3IfVI1R SAID SI1N1UR YI'AR IS I1ASY' CARS IN- TIiRI'I'RI1 VVITII SCHOOL, WORK INTIfRI'I1RIfS VVITII. CARS 54 GIRLFRIFNDS IN- Tl'RI'I5RIf WI'I'II IiVIfRYTII- ING' .IOCI5I,YN MADIi MY YI'AR AWFSIDMF 1.l1TS TAK14 A VACATION DAVE' MP, KR, NZ, 1.1,, NII, AND IVANADIAN IMPURTI-RS"' J Deborah Troy ZZ Saunf -Tarrues Sf, UJISH Bugcluw, Adams, Curllege The Chases, was uf really Red' Reverse, Open Arms, Clluam- pagne, fhe square, fflluwn, Kemnre, 'lfunfue , KUTIC Pue Stump, Nur, huh' lleu Kufl,-len Nana, TC, DDHID, VR, lltuuui EC, CD, TW, DV, AG Sly TP, Love Ya A + F Peter' lujlfrffll- Thanx Mom dr Doffue Chrusfuupluer 'I I 'nflffrluull 1"Urrus Sf, Hflflu Wlxrreuu, liarrn Rememlvers lieals lifuuflu Nie- phen, Stephen, S.ullx 'lfuflu Dena, Muchele, Lwn, Mary, An- drea, Bobby T, Larru, The Zerfu Twuns, Dumenuc, DeDe, Dee' Dee, Wrrrk, Montreal, Ver' mont, Summer M, liweruune who was part ul the Bench un 82. Gerurgua Vamxakas 191 Hllfrt SI, Uflfrl liugellrw, Palmer, Cuullege Memfurues ul xesferflau. rlreams of fomrurmw gmud fumes, I guard lruends lluarul-is fur mx llamulx and frreruds, funnel luflx fo all uulfhe Seruufrr Class ul M' Re lisp l:VA' fyeuurgua, KR, KK, lllATl Muruam Tucluman lfv Dullfueld Rd, H2166 XX'.urren, Beals, Cruullege Wherever we are lf us lwuf .1 stage urn the way fu scumewluere else, what exer we du, luuwexer well we flu uf, uf us urulu .4 pre-parafuuuru lrvr srrruuc- Illllvl else that slu.ull he flulterenf- Rl.Slfll 1 J S Ar bb + TRANK l' HA Rml-4 -lgDlDrAbMhMslillC YB SKI Ruse P V.nf.uruu iff flulveygruuufl ill!!- Varren Rulu fullere- V-ll.ull, flueeruruxg leuuruus Ml ffl 5pfsu.1lIlu.nr1Xf-v Sum .leru xllnllfl' KH RK lC li, NN ill, Till Ml ll! 'Ill lil XXluLr'uX"L1lu,uxL .urlrraruuflvuuuf lat .illkfllllllgf rluruu ur lfeep lump' uruxg lseep rruuuulu flue slsx us rluf luuruur" NIVTR lflliffl l RICHARD TflHf?'41 'luv luur uf f,f,Cb, UM. PTS' Crm.-l lfuul. fu flue elass url Hu Fruf VanBuskurk J!-U fhestnuf Sf, H2165 XX'arren, Palmer, fnllege Remembers Vhurkung, Skuung, Par- fyung, "The ZfHIllvTdIUfTIIl'1g wuflu AS, MT, RT, l +l1usT.1ma su, D4 1, and Mllili Alsru grand fumes had fumes wuflu AS, PW, NC, PM, PI, AW. l.l,Ml,,Nl,,l,A,l.usa,.1ndKfrfh + lark Psucluerl Tvflf l'VM -l,.xfer Nuurrha it 4. f5ff"f L' C r.uuu4 S Turner 17 lnelge Rel, UQIHS VC'.urren, Palmer, Crulleuge-Mfxsupmru Tlll' MUDLRN DRl'MMl'R TSVN FRANK DAVT' TRIHKIY Cly MC, RT, CU, Dir, MCL, l.l1NNY AfTlVlTll'S Swumfl7ux- mug Mareluung lhunfl, lamuly Wuuufl l'rus -JAZZ l'ns -Ifmuun and Parruuuuug Twp U-Drawn l,l'TS PARTY lul-T Ull MY l'Afl' Ciuuufl I,uflx NNTTS and STAY IN Tlllu GRHUVI-' Rwlwerf V.uclu1uru 131 lhrlix Sl, llflf-5 if Warren, Ruley lil N YIIJTTTN DAN TRI! ANTH ISRIATN HD RT MK IPA DI K + N lf llll- NUMB l,l Nl ll MRI l TN MUNSI His Rll l Y I I Rllil Jllt DPISHK bl, ll4Jl'PllN-AM lil Sllli N LAW ll,M RD, HS MATT' lil C Ks MATT APUISl'll NPRINUTTASTT I,OVl1D IT Al.l.' SHOITD HAVE KEPT MY SS v---, Saralu S lluuulwseru ISU Cuul'ulNs Sf, 03159 Affun-liruxlwruruu, Aul.uuuus. Vnuleruflefl lume us flue sfenrless suurullruwer vwurlu gruuflu' frruwn ful guulrl, luuf lrueuuflsluuru us Tllk' lwreuufluung ruse, wuflu svxeefs uru every luulfl lluarulxs ru: .ull um lrueuuuls To my lkamulys- ll,Y Cuufuldnf have made ll Wlfhlluf yuuu' Jrfue Varfanuan Troy Veale Jw Aufhuunur fur, uugum -us RITLTTIC Sf, 1111 1-1 Day, liarry, Crullege Ruleu Tlu.1rulns Mum, l7.url 54 Srs Nexer Reuuuemlwers Us--nl fumes uurlu .ull lwfgkf rlue guml fumes wuflu l3.uru.u, my lrueuuflsll Mr Sfexen s lu-uuuuv HPF, my Hrmkue, Lauraune, Deb, nuuuruu, RV, Meflfuw Srfuflenfs Arlgclru,'lTr1r1y,.iml.T.ir1et Tl1eAl.All, luuuuufl luunls rw rlue rl.uss of HI HW Parties, Rrrrruefr TK Isl, lllYl sumrry, Led Zeppelun ffl, Sf.uurw.uu Inu Heaven, Gmufl l.uuLls Class mul HI' Trot' Tb Teale 265 Artgelu Vexpa IUU l'lm+1rRrl,lJ,!I1wl Mramr Palmettw. Arl-HIIN, W'-frlx. Sklllllfl IIR XYIXMI If NNIIS urs lweerr real wall I mu lrtre Sup Y-wax trml Ivudx and Iirprtterr rlre rap-dfrerr the INIc'rgtg,r S -Rwmpm .rrwuml tuwrr N-D .Irmmy D Iawly nur Iiest wrslles to all my I'rrer1d5Il'r-nu tant lwe MUNI lwe tartfful w lfmyg NNIIS Iames R Walker Nu Clyde Sr, lllltall Iirgeluw, Bt-als, fullelrge I4 X J'I'IiAI,I, Ill I -PC HPS XYRIS- 'IIING 125 f-S'I'A'I'I'5 NUI5I.IfS, fI.II'I',AQI'I1DI'f'I'S'I'IIIfPOHI., Rt if KDIVING AIIXWIN, PAW, "IJ ', KAZ, PMNIAK, Mf, VW, SIA IUMA' "AI,I. RIVVID I'PfNU PIA! If 'IU GU' 'IIIANKS SS. MRS f, KII.I,I'RA'l' ISC SORRY KyI'YS I'M A IIARDINID KRIMINAI, IU mm I XX'.rlxll rt 'X l-vlrrr lvrrmr, 471101, 'XX It 41' I 'rlrrltr ffrllf -'r . , VIL N' ld fl 'ra Ill. 'NNI IJIXI IIQ Iill Nltlll lit yr ltr IJ. rr f lrrrxtrl larry I If I rrryr 'tmrr llrr Iirx xxrtll I r fmt rllryf ,rml frfrrrrl lm lt l , I lla' r I G 'l'k'.s'pg1 YI: Ur'?rI,sh Damel Vrt-lrmann 'U Algunqtrrn Rd, UIIIF' Iirgelrvvv, Riley, fulletrge Ixcellent summers spent rn Mama Hut ul' lutl-I ru tlte best ul lrrerrds lrrmd luck ru the enrrre tlass ul IUHI ,Ianet Walker fir Clyde St, sulfur Day, Harry, Plmyxrcal Ilrerapl I MADI' Il I I.UVl, YUI' ISI VIII Imve tu spetml lrlends 'IIIANKS Say S luruver Sf RI'NC'IIII lil-AR III'CS I luxe gut- talae .mtl IYINC .III BIN IX, I.HVIf IIIIIIDIK DAD YUI'R IIII- ISI-Sl DI I IUVIQ YHI' IM UK WIN I' S'IUI,I- MY III-ARI' -IIN IiI1AR MOM I' GAVIz A I,U'II NIIW ISUUPS win, 'r ,, L Q 1 Q Domemc Vrrrme 54 XVIIIIJIIIS St, 02158 Iirgeluw, Barry, Ifngrm-errng Vrcrnus- Iuutlwall and Iaxtruxsv: wrll .always rememlwer tlrt' guutl trmes I had wrtlr my Irremls -If, GR MI. 'IM IG III GM MI CI' IH BA 'ID II. RP SO ISD-IK I,I, ND DB-IIiN Ill NS Gund l.L1Llxll1IllC future Special tlrarrlxx Irv Nlurrn Dad .md DAVI' Arm Vrxravr Vllalxh I-SIIUIIIH W-I,lr1utlr1St,UI'N Day. Iiarry, Cwmputer Pmgrammer Rememl1er,Ir MSAD, IIIIP AI, MUSI MISSID IiUA'l', KH, KZ. AI, DM, DS, fS,,ID, bl, IIS, K II, R'II,C'M,lM'HS,I5ID,Clmetr1er1dx SG, 'I Q, QI wcmrly .tr 'ISI ' YIARS 'IIIANKS 'IU NNIIS, MANDAD, AND MY I AMIIY, I.Y IU MY HIST KI:NNY R ISPIC IAI.- IRII-ND 'NH-9 Frlcen Wacenske 65 Ifalrrlrrurlr Rd, 02165 Iftrclrlmrg IIS, Adams, Computer Uperatur IIIANKS AW, III, AD, SG, KM. IIK, I.K, DDY, alsu .rll the gang frum ISK KI5, SR, Cf , MI, NS, DC and Marx --Iane 'Iihanlxs tu all who helped me Harry tm' Drmrrt lrrrget the great merrmrres .md trmes rn Pf and NNIIS' 'llranlu I-D, FIIAZ and Mum and Dad Arm Marr Wlalxh 51 l'alW.Aftl Illlfvs Vlhrrcrr, Iiarry, Chllegge MY IRIINDS IK, III, SG, ADDDY, IIK, Af, KM, IW, SC, and Al IIIANKS IUR AI.I, 'IIII IADVI-'vIS,KR.fI,Mi1, IPA,.md St IIN Yihp Gfmtl 'Irmex at PC. X.txert.rr1, frlrucwrlare, Cape Grd f-fgafru, week Ht rufrrmfxs, IIIDCII' I5I'DDY' MY I,UVli 'IO IlII,I, Afllfl-H, 'IKIIANX MOM AND DAD' 'ha-. Danrelle B. Waldman H Prentrfc Rd, 02159 Iirgeluw, Adams, College, Law SCl1rrul We leave here ready tu open rwurxelves tu new experrences, but we wrll always have the memurre5 ul' what we left be- lrmd Drvrng 125, Sugarloaf, NY Rally, Ifrartce, "You've gut a lr1er1d"-Iurlrrlr and Pam, I,m'c Mum, Dad, flaudrne, 'Iam' Iilwabeth Walsh KH Islrngtun Rd, 02166 Nlcaduvvlwrrmlq, Iicals, College A lnul wrll luxe tcvrrrurruw reatlrmg back fur yesterday , 'Ilranks lur the merrmrrea every- rme" Mum, Iwext lyrremls always I IIJVI' YOI" Rrchre I'R very ypecral fIIIfRISII IfAfII MO- MINI IDR 'IIMI' GOES SWII'I'I.Y ON IIS WAY , . in fvN 17' 9,56 Marv E Walsh '6 Tolman St. 02165 Kerry Waters 145 Dartmouth St, 02105 Warren. Palmer, College NEVER FORGET. Cara. PDs- Sandx, Suzanne, -Iaekre. -lt , Sli. KS. lNlD,.IIf, SA, RNI 6: the rest ol' BC 31 Also summers vt! MT rn N Y -Although vue mat drrlyt apart. our memorres mll last lorexer vI,ux ae thanx to rm lnends at lamrlx SU I1 INCL A G-IICK' Peter A. Wertzman 550 Lowell Ave. 02159 Weeks. Rrley, College The best lard plans Un the br1dge,LOC-NAR, PLNA fthe bestl, pengurns, Football 1-47- OJ, Thank you Mr Walker Bt all other coaches. Newer lAorget'IW. WIN, KAZ. JA, CG, SI, AS. DE. JG. BI SS, The ha- nana, FLA BLD' ILYDS, WARP FACTOR ONE Sl'I,lf Timothy P Walsh 157 Edlnboro St, 02160 Stephanre Waxman "StelT1el' 18 Green Pk. 02158 Blgflllw, Adams, College "A lrrend rs someone who knows ewerythrng ahout you hut loves tou antwax IDKI,PRU-IVC'lvIA1IJI5 HSJGDS NYE H3 POLICE Cl DN, CERT ALI, NITERS PARTIES mh, CCbsmt JSC TRPCMRJN ST THOMAS, CA wfKS Swrm 121, ESP THANX DEB, MYBE SMOKA, M8cD XOX Scott 10788 Vrncent Welch "V1nCe" 81 VISIH Ave, 02166 Warren, Barry, Hermlt Recalls "The Densf TS, VIC, Tli. PT, RP, SR, BN. RKJW, PW,-I-I. CP, ZEP, "Toad", "ostr1Ch", "The Badmobrleu, "good Crgarsn, "rack attacks", carheurator, partys, Candle Car, "Bong If on Home" Hendnx, Page Rhoads Hagler Cvazy neart- Near "I am The moon Beast" "V" Peter Wlard Stan Wfard IH Auhurn St, H2165 j71 Chestnut St, 112105 Warren, Adams Warren, llarrt, College Y ISAC I'CTlw HKIIIV llOl7ND, H Traek lj'-, I Traek S, Sknng 2, Rememher Slavlt' Zulus I Iur Cilorx, TIG N I' S - Ira n lie, PA RAI II- S- ous Voyage To I,Uk.ill17II X Ragg- "Thanx for tlflXIII3,f me home" , Cru hread-SR Tofu DrstsfNf . AVC' IV. Hawanan, Rrley Iiums, The flrff, LJ, l5I.l'l' SKY l'or l.VC'l'lS' New Years. I'l'NK-Adam Ant, I5ROD'l'Ii l.l1ard-Student, Iloop Iieath Hunts-Op, Iwkfi, Quarnes, Hex Dewrllwokl D,I7oo IAAX 'ITGII-' lilo. Ifrslmer Rem everyone H VIRrg1lll Russian C luh. Model l'N, the great times together Alrgatrlx 10 Jana Weatherford ,lackre Weisman Catherine Wentz 63 Auhurn St, 02166 26 Hallron Rd, 02162 74 Mrll St, H2159 Laramue Sensor HS. College Warren, Rlley, College Weeks, Adams. College Newton North has heen a mee Best trrnes-Kann, Amy, Kerry, All mt hesr voshes to 141+ II VII place to go to school at l want to Laura, Lrsa, Wendy, AW, CM, DD, KL, LL, and SL Nexer forget DK say thanks to all the Ifrrends who EN-jay, SC, SL, PM, CII, CD, lf- and TMITII Track, X-Countrx helped me hnd my way around, JRJC-mtal' 'llrmmy and Steven" Sknng, and 'Q Great tears of Ireld Good Luck tothe Class ol' 1990, Tuesday Afternoon Vrrgrnra, Hockey Much thanks owed to all 2f25fH2 LOST? summer 'HR "The mv teachers Duane Whelan 3 Emerald St, 02158 Day, Palmer, College A ERIEND IS THE FIRST PlfRA SON TU COME IN, WHEN THE VVIIOLE WORLD HAS GONE OUT-Thanks SL BEST ol' lrlends- jDANGlf, VIPIRII, The Allwlemar- hles it the lraggles' PIXYYK MY CAPS' IILIIJSSASAC XYANNA SKIP' INILNLIN HI' NY!-"l'lr.1nx CVl'll'IW it Ala-ILY' good trmes are the best tunes" MEMORIES 'Hal I Andrew S Wlhrte Ilrran Xkhrte r X N 214 l pland Rd. 111160 'oi Ilotlxroru St, 1L1o1 Day. Palmer. College Weeks. Rrlex, lilmness "Not hx' years hut hx drsposxtron IS Managment wisdom aequ1red'YPlautus SOC, Rem XX1-eks Slit The Rotkv ling CER-"Lune up on the end lute" NC.'l'h,mkN tu ,XD for good :mite HASEIIALI .-" Get the uniform DM lor herng A great rnowtl good W tlll'IYlll Sknng, Palmer Iluust' Counv rrmes TM IIS N111 SC Db Sl MII ell. Mr Adams lthanksl, and the DW Sot I' N1 KVICUIS Ill All XX' Cahot-Dax -North gang MD RU-IU IU TG l S M5111 X14 ,", . N. Cvvtul ltltle IU X., et .tgc -,. t, NNI IS students Walsh Tb White 26 75 'Ox lib! rj - I Ilmxel -I XX'l'ure r., lunrx Nr, rlgirri lin. Ik-.llx I rflluge 1iL'11'1L'IIl1WLl'S,,I11, KN ,"x.'X1. 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KM,PM,11l,IS1'A1i,A1,1X THANKS COOK I C01 l,I3N"1 IIAVI' IDHNI Il XX1'lI1H1"l Ylll' 1 1.UV1 YUI' M A II, 'I'UM,'1'I11SlS 14114 WIIITN IAM HU AND SI4NII,l- I91.1I'I1'lL Rerlug Nwllr I' C rrlurrn' Ilr H1117 XX' .IFIKII II.rrrX frlllrgr Rcgarrllesx nl wllurrr I II'lCCIllfVK'I1.iI r A mme rr rs rhe I dn ur what I Iwu. lr: ellrlx I -grew up xxrrlr rlmr I ln-el Llusexr ru III All AI Al AVS My KM IK 1114 IW AISH A urrxllm df S'IAIi Alun. fl A MG 1,-XPI Purple pururlrrrruxrrrrnrrr lMrrcr" Witt FJ 121111113 269 l QW . 153 nr-- Pauline Zagorianakos Upollyu 96 Boyd St UZISH Bigelow, Riley, College Good times WXPB, MP, DA, ISD, f D, DM, KL, KPHIC Best times at I., Waldrin, our house Germaines's Basement Best wishes to all my Iriends, and all MY LUVI1 TO -IULY C and Let the Ifuture hring 'Iliem alot olrgood times Tl IANKS MOM it DAD' Naiiily Zimmerman 'lil Melrose St, 0:1611 XXQIM ii, Adams, folltrge- liiisiia-ssfAttouiiting i lliii. img- iiiiti. lriiiiilwle the IHIK lim, ram, lwiir newer the merino- iiw. -il 'lit lrifiitls lxe made la ii, lxarfil, lil l, Kris, 5111, liar' 'N-ri-sr llilcy, Stisari- ."i 5 I Mi, l' ' Arir:l RAYS, I-Lt -, JT' A-iii J-li CM Iiiilsx- i fra IQINIHN llrx + 1 '. llii'-.NX Ivan Zalkind ii-in Highland Ave, 021111 Day, Adams, College RliMlzM1il:RS Wood, dants, el, maye, cater, O, anyone else Good times with the crew, Capt morgan, escort service, The language, Also The language 550 nights, Playin- hall, Hs-H-I hoop aml PII on the ropes - Got to keep Mov- ing Steven D, Zohn -IH Davis Ave, 02165 Warren, Beals, College, Career in IVILJSIC Remembers Mr Clark and his "intidentals", the German cluh, .IT and the music sfhool, G L. at "quarter till", "was wohnt in die Stlitilt "', T L. and his myste- rious slipping pants, trip to Mu- nir li, school musicals, things lmovinc U Zag0rr'a1r.iilfo.s To Zuffanti QR 1' Noel Zeeb 26 Dexter Rd, 02160 Day, Adams, College Much Love to Karen LTD BGWVISDAT Treeness Butterllyll Cycling Hedonism Rules Rainy Day Women Dylan ThoughtPrints Is Communist Youre Lost Little Girl Post S07 Lives lat Ireddies Waum- hat F12 Iixtra Credit with Dan W'ind Rivers Is Where Its At 'Iason If Zolotow Z-16 Plymouth Rd, 02161 np it J .s -aa... Kimberly Ziegler Nzlg.. I lvleadowhrook Rd, 017-I9 Day, Barry, College Remember, Hampton Beach, CM, TQ, AW, KA,.lD,'IIi, SIC, KB, SG. CJ, CS, CH, AI., prom of Hs, parties, Bratty, Cheerleader, Tournament, Reuniondoor, Thanks Ma 8: Dad and Karen, never Iforget about the I3ireDrill, My heart helongs to Da- vid MCDadc llflllff-ij Paula Zuffante 104 Westland Ave, 02165 Warren, Adams, College Luv to Dawn dm Ifllenl "4 will never he a crowd when the oth- er 2 are you 5: you"' Boston lcafel, EWII, WSG, Pink-Buh, Summer-Nites, xcons, cgull, NII, Training dc juice, MAR, 'IAN 84 WIZNI' '.,, 64 we'll look hack on the years past 8: re- member what we had" C9 Q1 Tanya Ziener S3 jackson Rd, 02158 Btgelow, Riley, College LISTS PARTY TILL ITS 1999 Always Remember KDTCDKAC, The Park, LOUIE S, Calvary St, Snow- storms, Planters Punch, the Po- lice, Bob Seger, 4th-85 at Marshfield, the GreenHornet- THANKS MOM-I'LL NIEVER FORGET BOBBY, 5-Z-81, I I.IlV YA' vflr .-0 Scott Zuffanti lvjasset Sr, 02158 Day, Beals, College Love to Charlene 7218510-47 Good times with Donny, Rob, Nick, jim. jenny Tricia Dave Monika Iivette Heidi Michelle, and the Staff PGA ISU goin' for Iiagle bizzare times Brigh- am's Harvard Sqr. chocolate fixes THANKS MOMIY A0iqQ-S7'2-mv 1 l '-1 la- v, Q g Q ,f . 9 T- . Tv ,psi if' l A Ani, . Thomas P. Albrecht Deborah A. Alvarez 'Ieffrey M. Bengtson Christopher Berthiaume Micliael Boivin Ronald .I. Bosselman David B. Boswell Christopher Brinton Robin Brownell Charles Busuito 'Ioan P. Caira George K. Caramanica 'Iohn C. Carpenter Cesidia Cedrone Guiseppe Cerminara Susan vl. Charest Richard A. Ciccone Rohert P. Cloonan Patrick Coffey 'jeffrey D. Cook l.idia Coppola Gwendolyn A. Crowder Paul D. Crowder Ill Allen Cruz Patrick K. Curb Victoria rl. Daley Daniel F. Dalo Scott D. Deyesso Anthony B. Dinisco Kathleen M. Doherty Kristine M. Doherty jean Duffy Francis A,I. Dunton Douglas Fdman Charlotte F. Egan Katy j. Enos Brooke R. Fviy joyce Farrell Yvonne N. Farrell Tracey M. Fisher Kevin M. Fitzsimmons lfdward P. Flagg Paul Fontana 'leffrey T. Forte I.isa T. Frai7e Bernard Frechette Denise M. Funderlwurk 'lane M. Gately Peter Gerstenfeld 'Ioseph F. Gourdeau Daniel I.. Graving Kirk R. ltlacsunda 'Iune llarris Richard VI. Iluches Daniel W. jordan Daniel Kent Adam C. Kruse Rohert B. l.axare Denise M. l.i2otte John S. lVIacDougall Donald Mackey' Farzad Majzouhi Marcelo M. Mastroianni Richard Mazzola Kathy A. McCarthy Gregory S. McGurk Bryan D. McNitt Nansy A. Mesiti Ulrike Meyer -Ion F. Nlooar Christopher Moody -Ioel G. Nloore Song T. Mun james R. Murray Michael R. Neal Nathan S. Newman joseph A. Newton Outhalay Pangnathip Kathleen M. Pearson Francesco Perri Brenda I.ee Pike Rohert D. Pruett Sean Quinlan Thomas Regan Marci R. Reynolds Andres I. Rodriguez Richard D. Rogers Per Rolder Mark F. Romano Antonella Russo Kyle Schiller Paul A. Shoemaker Martin G. Short Tina M. Siemering Maura -I. Smith 'Iohn Sostillo liric C. Stolzenhach David W. Stone Scott G. Sturtevant Ari I.. Szvmanski Cha I.ee Tang Mue Tang Kenneth R. Tartaglia Rohert C. Tartaglia Paul vl. Terrio Tel-lqrey M. Theriault Cheryl A. Thurston Fliyaheth Torres Dino Tramontoffi Sheri A. Treisman Mary C Tropeano Siohhan M. Fnderhill , . -Ionathan D. X iscott layier Vitug . e Rene l.. White lfdward G. Vviginore Vue Yang Anthony C. Yoliiie Rohert -I. Xammer Seniors 7 1 ww Ap? My 'Tw Jw, gi 431 1 ..w,,,,.,,. . M. av ,,,. ..- ,M '- t A ,. fe 1 AQ, S gi, .. .p, 1' 4. , Q i Q 44 fi ' ,. if: Q fn . 'F RfffI'Wf31v'5F fggiiiiwl , ? 1' ' N , :A rw- g,4,ff.g,X ,, fl-,Q Mia -Xie? ' zzf' , fi'?7,iiffXfT X xx, Tw . ft lv " ' if ml A KX 1',,,,f-ff .f"' , ,f 41. , ,z 1 7.4 , . . 31-' " ' -L if .16-' fi , ' ' iw . 'ii'-1 , . . V mN.fL,5 fifth. 'N' 1 v " ' -2 ' 'H' I .,.,,.-. K f fi ..y"' 'ui Ji I ll 4 I ff- A E my , ' E fs L 4 -f H Y.-.4 39"""'P"f MA "if V' M-4-' fs is s297'A' ix 94 Q ,ga 1 54 WZ' M ,fa kia givin" 4261 Q , , hw, , ' "9.5'Q'z E I-i 451 I - iiitfxw if xvw, -4 5:-Q, V Q I 1 iq' '45- as 15 .nga 'fi' FreshmanfSophomore Dance "ROC C O" Mc1cDougo1l Newton North High School Friday, October 7, 1983 fffafufmg Thanks To The Students And Cafeteria Faculty Cf Newton 7,00-10.30p.m. North High School AClrTilSSiOr'l 52.00 sponsored by the 1984 Newtonian 'E If .gf QT' ig! Thanks For Believing In The Staff And Our , 53, li! A Venture: I 5 A ,j Tl, il 7 Mr. Allan MacDougall if 'g A ,ff ff T or A Matt Leahy lil X X, f' Mrs. Marya Levenson Ci I T' Mr. Peter D'Amico fi is if Karl Reinke jo-Ellen Hillyer june Namias Rick Travers Meridith Ghattas Scott Guild Anne Serafin Karen Misasi Caitlin O'Connor Nancy Gaines Gregg Snider And Anyone We May Have Inadvertently Forgotten. Well, it's not quite the Dave Page, but it's the best we can do. Thanks for saving the editors. 'fi .fl ffmArfiw.-.i1ier1r.s For Consuming Over 10,000 Yearbook Candy Bars During The Year. Thanks To The Newton North Custodial Staff' For Daring To Enter The Yearbook lic imeroom And for putting up with us all year. thanks to: Mrs. Levenson Mr. Dunham jack Smillie and his Candy Mrs. Carroll Mrs. Ghattas Mrs. Rotenberg Mrs. Andler Mrs. Wasson Mr. Faulkner 8: the Copy shop Mrs. Walsh lsorry about the noisel I Lara Solomon, Pam Abelow and Yvette Coulter for sr selling monumental amounts of candy Zev Handel lfor dststicking on lls and being draftaedl all the editors' parents lfor put- ting up with metgh meetingsl Mrs. Tavitian Class-fied NEWTONIAN BUSINESS STAFES Advertising Rina Mayman Mara Sibley Debbie Rosenberg Susan Birdsey Kiera Lymperis julie Plout Michael Latz Caroline Hartog Isabel Staulo Debbie Laredo Sophie Xanthopoulos Maria Koutroubis Circulation Pam Abelow Marilou Hilton Michelle Barry Robin Boorstein Sarah Shay Valeria Migliass i Ways And Means Robin Boorstein Miles Bradley Pam Bryant Debbie Chiota Wendy Cooper Yvette Coulter jenny Day julie Grunes Domenik Haudenschild Sharon Huff Donna Lawrence Liz Leitch Heather McCarthy Karen Misasi Eunice Pinckney Monique Rhone Debbie Rosenberg Karen Ross jeremy Shapiro Mara Sibley Gregg Snider Lara Solomon Ari Weinstein F 1 Many Thanks To Maureen Kennedy Shanahan And Lenny Young From josten's Printing And Publishing Company And To Terry And jay Bleiler From Purdy-Vantine Studios For Their Time, Effort And Advice. sffltg Sr. v, Thanks Again To Mr. R. Lynne Montague. We Wouldn't Be Here Without You! A d vertisemen ts 2 " THE PHOEN X SOCIETY The Phoenix Society was formed this year and immediately went through a painful identity cri- sis. When plans to buy the Boston Celtics and to send all the members on vacation to Bermuda fell through due to a mindbogglingly huge lack of funds, this fragile, new-born club was faced with its first challenge. Our first land onlyl meeting, which took place in the library. for the club picture, didnt address this problem. lliesides, we didnt even know we had so many membersll Finally, President Michelson arrived at the scintillating plan of buying two pages in the yearbook, To do this, however, the first law of the club - not to bother doing anything - had to be broken. The Donut Hole was taken over once a week and money was made. The result is the shamelessly egotistic display you see before you. We like it. i xx . .....-......w, . .A ,,.........,.-QW. ,,,, . , . lg , t X alfa , f fir icq .1 ' hgilil CIN rr- W ff, y Q .13 l T 'T' hiv' 0 W' 4 ij 1 A-.. 4.1 lodi Arcrsz - Executive of Chief Executive of lixecutivesg Bridget Baker - Olympic Ping-pong Representative, Noah Chasrn - Anti-Propaganda Co-ordinator, Michelle Farina - Official Color Guardg Sean Feeney - Phoenix Parade Co-ordinator, Dana Fraktman - Phoenix Assassin, Code Name MARS, Chris Gardner - Master of Ceremonies, Chip Gurney - Best Boy, Gaffer, Key Grip, Ken Haller - llead-lanrtor, First Squad, Brllrlakubowski - Managing Director, Tim McGrath - Sports Editor, Elizabeth McCracken - Official Aesthete, Chris Pachus - Dart Instructor lAlthough the Phoenix Society doesnt own a dart board l,j.P. Parnas V Weightlifting Trainer, Doug Sabin V Retained Fxpert on Tying Knots, Peter Ward - Grand Security Wizard, Overseer of the Proles, Peter Weitzman - Foreign Ambassador, julie Wilgoren - Official Sign Painter. W Mr. Frelow ZW Handel lelfulfl' AdV'5"f VP, 2nd-in-Command, PR Man za x K 'NN ll l Tvqiiorg V l l Fasifikfrt ' i y i - W' li l. V I ll f P ll - t T "' ii ,Q .T ri 'si-l. lr if Qi 1 ' r- : i it i r , . V fi?'.3'YjfE2 M s , X Craig Michelson Lisa Prosser if lt i President, Prime Minister, lzmperor, tri Special Asst. to the President A l 'r l l 1 jeff Robinson, Chairman on the lst Sub-Committee on the Preservation of Life Itself i 1 I I i l David Salter General Do-Gooder letC,l Dan acohs Leon Bablouzian Sarah Schilil' Senior Theme Advisor Ambassador of Defenseless Entertainment lbiretrfrr .f RU David Kessler Grand Marshall of Candy Revenues ,llll GUN' janet Walker Asst to Everyone who Needs Capitalist Advism. Assistance Chris Cahill Secretary ol Procrastination . ff, David Barnes j X Nlusieal Group fo ordinator an i "N,-"' 4:5-'Qi' i f 'sv l Raines Cohen Chancellor of the Exchequer i l . I ! . Ed Ruhm Grand Marshall of the Armed Forces Steve Rittenherg Overseer of the Seeurrtx l'orCe Steve l,llWL'fALiL' Ponriliex Mawirnris 4, 'fri-. af if .gr kg P 3 ' S.-.JE XX jeremy Shapiro Secretary ul, Laainess I v' lljfkiicis f f 13322 'S . 'Vi Xul, y,' xv t G lt ull i' ,.r ,rs l iritla l xr' Mint rnor or lwizrg tirlilf a u 0 v I CU! o J WWW 7515 54, ,gb Thanks Helen Smith You're Terrific. if-vw., 'WSE ,Z -'-'.'viw. x . 1 ff ' as A "un G - 41174 CONGRATULATIONS jILL Congratulations To The AMERICAN TIRE CO. INC. T-19 CALIFORNVX ST NEWTON, M,-'XSS 02158 Class Of 1984 Beauty Connection Newton Center We All Love You Theresa. Good Luck. Love, Dad, Ma, Eddie Tommy, Marybeth 81 Kathy 527-8220 AL CUZZI THOMAS H, WALSH President G cu Cy A Best capuc1no's Q wishes, aunique Italian restaurant The Mann 1::2::g2ng.'::fs,':9.SALESf - jk Klan Hudson, Massachusetts 01749 D70 Beacon St., Brookline III4 Beacon St., Newton 16175 562-3492 73l-4848 527-2440 IT I . 522 x X' F1974 L Newton gm V 'QS North ? 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Congratulations To The Class Of '84 From .fiamwi-1,f9wffqf,f 621, I 'e'!ll!lllf'1lIf!! , 0Yllft751 1 112111, fa, THOPAAS F LARSON Plant "4Offset 'FLetterpress D'4Bindery Die Cutting Perforating 1211 Washington Street West Newton, MA 02165 Office and Copy Center iPhoto Typesetting 9FGraphiCs "fPhoto Copies by Kodak 452 Rear Cherry Street West Newton, MA 02165 T611 mm 552-0650 Richie's Place tFormerly Carolyn's Sweet Shopb 551 Walnut Street Newtonville Tel: 527-8164 Congratulations To julie Wilgoren For A job Well Done With Much Pride And Love Mom And Dad Debbi And Jodi A dvertisemen ts 291 Debbie And Anna: With Two 69O's YOU MADE IT! -DBR Mjs Tel. 244-4980 244-4981 S I N G E R Pnooucrs Auburndale - Newton Sewing Ctr., Inc. 2094 Commonwealth Ave. Newton, MA 02166 Sewing Machine and Vacuum Sales and Service Charies A. Cecere AT' :Yb- ggggg M T O If 2 , E I" ' ROTHERWOOD ANIMAL CLINIC, INC. iioo BEACON STREET A Wf, L LU. 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Edwards Inc. 29 Crafts Street Newtonville, MA 02160 Tel: 527-5500 Stoddard's 4 f it H :A cullezjy Chestnut Hill Mall Tel: 244-4187 THE CLIFF HGUSE 34 Cliff Road Nantuclcet, Ma ss. 02554 Christine White 617-228-2154 Phil Cunningham Newton 617-969-8293 Mau oaouuugul E , IxtxinNI.ixII.iii Ittsiaii l or 435 ltxingii-ii hlintti , Xuliiiinttilt. Nl.iss. 'Ulf 14441150 Ad verri' m inf Newton Personal Mailboxes Newton Now Has Personal and Business Mailboxes No More Waiting Conveniently Located at MID ITE FOOD Subs, Pizzas, Hot Foods Party Platters Our Specialty 719 Washington Street Newtonville 244-9842 527-9842 Best Wishes From the Folks at Auburndale Co-operative Bank AE 507 Auburn Street 62 Boston P051 Road Auburndale, MA 02166 Wayland, MA 01778 527-6090 ral ' QL, is 7 1 1 t!tc1'r1',s C'IYIt'HI.S' pitht , CONVENIENCE A -X rooostons 612 Washington Street Newton Open 7 AM To 1 AM Every Day Of The Year 558-5156 Class Cf "84" I Wish You Opportunity Alderman Richard McGrath ' game opticions Q nt te I28O Woshngt St e1 West.Newton, MA 02165 244-8358 I Judi CGING . I I I lorol 81 horticultural desig 7 ' W1 'WV lt' ff' 'f.I'.'yf,1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I Good Luck Class Of 84 Mr. And Mrs. Peach Franc:o's Market W'Lg:ftE?35':7::'N 1203 Walnut Street Newton Highlands gA'?F,',f3"I1',.,,duft, Congratulations From Center QU, Piviieqed el 1271 Washington Street A - w. Newton, MA 02165 I . HJ-1850 ZIPPI-RR llUSPl7l'.'Xl, Congratulatlons , N1iW1rc1xvlI,1,If 1,xlsR1c cslsx'1'leR Class Of 84 co'1"1'oN . alms . lol-lI1I'S . IQXITS - WOUI,lfNS - l3R,1XPI-RIl'S - XH'I'IUXS Stephen, Jlldlfh, Stuart 8: My WMVMNI. HRH 1, Karen Ross ,C ,, , C NI1XXlUXXIIl,I.X1Xsw1 1 PARTY IT UP '84' -jackie Zi Sharon tk Diane 1 1 ll! 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Pachus, Pres. . i - -W A . yi it -1 il'7C Ligier' 1 A ef- QfA'l'A 3 i MUSIQAL INSMIMENTS -Sow GFRENTED 1, Emerson Flutes M- YamaIwG1iihwr's W Suzuki Violins - .lv COmplQtQ Selection of Pap 839 Beacon St' fi and TeachingMeU1od5 for Newton cm 3523578 I Most Instruments if fi T O Q0 our To Chris Santeusanto And I The Class Of 84 it MR. 8: MRS. MARIO SANTEUSANTO Wi' .fi fJyT'ii'i4'.fI'.'a'L'f1YTC1715 TX- i i Kurs in the DADKQS NEWTON PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT Summer Program includes: "Tuesday Folk Concert Series at the jackson Homestead "Sunday Evening Outdoor Concerts 'The Summer Show for more information call: 552-7120 xx! X , Q' I,"'l Good Luck To The Class Cf '1984 Especially Rose Vaccaro From: LEONE'S RESTAURANT 223 High Street 2 Waltham, MA 02154 Tel: 899-4505 A d verris 2 J Wianq Congratulations Nick'O .1127 4 -I - 1 S QFWEEER- iiinfglnw. 9 .' , r .r I ui 0 Love, MOM 8: DAD DAN 8: TONY TM The Teeth Cleoning Professionols ane Steven Sofman, GENERAL AND PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY TELEPHONE 86 BOWERS STREET ses-ieao NEWTONVILLE, miss. ozieo Cfms1fafUlafi0HS Class of '84 "What A Year." Congratulations Class Of' 1984. Thanks For Your 638 COMMONWEALTH AVE X NEWTON CTR MA 02I59 8 Q T I617l96-10820 SKIS - TENNIS qv APPAREL - ACCESSORIES fb TOURING . 4LET! 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Young SPGNSORS Artists Workshop The Slack Family 10 Lincoln Street 75 Homer Street Newton Highlands, MA 02161 Newton Center, MA 02159 Bay State Beauty Supply Town Line Casuals Newton Highlands, MA 14 Austin Street 02161 Newtonville, MA 02160 Tel: 527-2457 Highland Family Chiropractic Office 34 Linclon Street, Lincoln Plaza Turnover Books Newton Highlands, MA 02161 Newton Highlands, MA 02161 Kiddy Litter 255 Walnut Street Newtonville, MA 02160 A a'vert1'sen1en ts 3 U1 bi 13 ii U w L l 1 p, w I i X 5 I I 1 A I r , 1 -----w-- ff---V -V -V v-- V rf - . , ,, W., ,,g,,,,,. , ,. ,,,74.,-.-..Y, Y ' ' Q , K i ,. .aw 4 xy, ,wif ,, wwf ,--K L. r N, ,A v ' . ,,, , r ' .442 . x -,,.fi'i: .. flume.: f.rcH-'wf"f:7.w . 5:1 A gf' ' . .1',ffFif1i'Jl:ii?9.fS?fl'f'l Q' if , fix- ji'r,..s?rgw5i',g?1w,afgi5 - Q 51::q5,:-,eesfsarugy ,.'re'. - - . r-J 72,14 ' 1 ,.-,4.,.swg5sf' iw ,.-tolrsmif-:ffui34,ff:w: 4 4 'fly-gf, 53"f1i'5t ,'-f f. J' fra- M- 5 M' aljg Q 5 A 1 l 1 I l l a. '-1? 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