North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1971

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' TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TaL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT IS TELL IT LIKE IT WAS KNIGHT 71 North Andover High School, North Andover, Massachusetts presents: " Tell It Like It Was THE DECIDING DAYS o ive. V €K y M isn’t that worth it? ,v flSSWW ' - j ; - V - JSK s %s r H Some things are seasonless . . . MANKINDS MAGNIFICENT MOMENTS IMMORTALIZED a ) k-J I wjgiiif A i r ;; ± - .; jri% • )■ ' mg’ w 2 Some people know how to enjo the little thin ns What goes on here! sswsw; N CD o auan. Enjoy Your Life... m-mg - • IK Fj| ' " 1m HIP S sm ' x r p »i» This is it: The Final Answers Lie within Ourselves GENIUS UNOBSERVED 4 bring out the best in each other the sounds of silence EVERYBODY ' S A (Only in different subjects) LTLOJ hAppy toCjEtIher TELL IT LIKE IT WAS Don’t be surprised A remembrance of bold and hideous 5 6 things past rHAT GRADUATION FOUR YEARS AGO ' guess you ' re bom beautiful, ' Where are they now? Ihe wile of 3 smile we have an identity crisis! 8 JL look of innocence Impress your classmates The whole gang’s here 9 5 When God created man is this what He had in mind ? and the dream of freedom For the intellectual blahs... A thrill a minute. j courage. 11 Liberation TELL IT LIKE IT WAS . . . “IT’S NO When the rest of the world 23V2 3 3tt3U k23 3«3 3tt3H y 12 WORK ? ! EGGNOG ' W - 43K1 tS2e - f, There’d better be a good reason. EASY JOB " 13 1 } w M 1 SCENE r R C ■ 4 Humane Treatment Pollution, Drugs, Viet Nam To p Issues EARTH DAY iff ■t rs • Q. Co sStfasS POLLUTION PANIC NEW DISEASE One way or the other § it all goes up in smoke black lung MURDER Anatomy of a War —I m O Ti O —! ro 5 m HJ Political issues, large and small O CD Q dj AP0LL0 LlVES U.S.A.—1970 NEWSMAKERS TNE CITIES SCIENCE AND SPACE ? ■ TREASURES g j i f THE EAST O m The Vietnam war m D THEN SOME IN T VfcM WWW IKE C BCf )uld it be legalized?now? IOOK It-2 . 67 ve got to give them credit. They 11 with something.’ re tr y‘ n fi to come ood toch IT START? you can see the future happening But, in the FINAL ANALYSIS, how do we really feel about leaving? go nowY big breakthrough there a life after eraduatiqnf 30j ' V otional issident Th e End © |A Nasty!! Old Habit; come LET’S BE HONEST Finally , some - _ eakthroughs,sonie hopes TSTHAT ALL TH ERE S y; ?i ■‘if you have tear ■prepare to shed them now ADMINISTRATION Peter V. Garofoli Superintendent of Schools George F. Lee Assistant Principal High- Powered Boss in a Hot Seat Daniel L. Desmond Principal Every great man was once just a kid. 20 There’s nothing going on here that we can’t handle!’ MU Mr. Thomas Powers Director of Guidance Miss Nancy Yanofsky Leave your worries on our doorstep. GUIDANCE Mr. Thomas Regan Mr. Harwood Steele 21 In a world where everybody watches out for himself , it’s comforting to have somebody watching out for you, discover America Mr. John Minihan Times have changed. Miss Katherine Sheridan Mr. Albert Perrault Department Chairman ‘It’s not a democracy but they want a say. I’m ready to listen’ Mr. Robert Roche SOCIAL STUDIES Mrs. Priscilla Bellizia Mr. James Donahue Remember when WHATS HAPPENING Mr. John Strobel ART ... creativity in all its forms Mrs. Miriam Aubry COLOR MAGIC 23 Mrs. Cynthia Velishka ENGLISH Mr. Bert Noyes Mr. James McDonald Mrs. Kathleen Kelley Mr. Richard Kiberd The Early Bird Gets the Word WHOD HAVE THUNK IT? Mrs. Margaret Brown Concentration Mr. Gerald Sanford Mr. Anthony Reynolds Mr. Robert Ball Miss Mildred Matasso Francly BOOKS (?) THAT WILL TURK YOU ON Don’t panic just because we said books! “The wise man reads both books and life itself. Lin Yutang Miss Jane Edwards LANGUAGE 26 eni, Vidi, Vici Mr. Joseph Trombly Miss Lorraine Lostimolo c Mr. David Adelman The Russians Are Eight Feet Tall Mr. Arthur Hall Pick up a language instead of a book. 27 Mr. Americo Fichera problem solving Mr. Robert Sullivan Mr. John Kelley MATHEMATICS Mr. Arthur Forgetta Department Chairman Mr. Anthony McGowan Mr. William Hegan ‘Nobody tells me I have a 50-50 chance’ its as Miss Judith Hughes easy ■ S ,J Mr. Albert Berman ' You have to play the odds’ Squash it, boil it, dissect it mm m :S I Mr. Stephen Buco Mr. Robert Bennett SCIENCE Mr. Richard Rozzi Mr. Arthur Hamel Department Chairman ■ DOES A SPIDER SPIN ITS WEB? 30 Miss Mary Martin CHEMISTRY LABORATORY TECHNIQUES Mr. James O’Neill Discover their discoveries. Mrs. Marion Colby Mr. Richard Thompson Mr. Daniel Moynihan Age of Ecology Mr. Robert Licare Supervisor PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Howard Crozier Athletic Director Mrs. Virginia Seeley Mr. John Stone MUSIC GET-TOGETHERS Miss Mary Healey Mr. Frank Savory From symphonies to sound of rock ... 33 Seek and ye shall find. BUSINESS Miss Marge Phelan Mr. Frank McMahon touch Mr. Joseph Bevilacqua Miss Claire Torpey Department Chairman 34 Can you get any more out of a minute? Miss Mary Buckley Everything but the kitchen sink Mr. John Macintosh A-V Director LIBRARY Mr. James Hills Either we make it right or we don’t make it. Mr. Lewis Hull HOME ECONOMICS SHOP fe do all the work Mrs. Mary Klueber SECRETARIAL STAFF .for performance you can count on! Mrs. Hazel Coughlin Mrs. Aniela Zimny Mrs. Ottilie Guerrera Miss Susan St. Pierre Rub-a-dub-dub 21 Hamburgers and 3 Hot Dogs CAFETERIA STAFF First Row: Mrs. Phyllis Kandrut, Mrs. Mary Trovato, Mrs. Louise Lord (School Lunch Supervisor), Mrs. Marguerite Midgley (Head Cook), Mrs. Stella Daly. Rear Row: Mrs. Agnes Marsh, Mrs. Rita Bodrog, Mrs. Cecile Massey, Mrs. Mary Clough, Mrs. Gloria Knuepfer, Mrs. Ann Sherlock, Mrs. Phyllis Patterson, Mrs. Rita Bastian. CUSTODIANS First Row: Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Cushing, Mr. White. Standing: Mr. Massey, Mr. Rokes, Mr. Gorton. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS (Left to Right ) Paul Powers (Vice President); Lee Zappala (Secretary Treas¬ urer); Scott Robinson (President) 40 JOYCE M. ANDRUKAITIS MARK ALBIS MICHAEL P. ALAIMO " Schooldays, so they tell us, are the most sublime of our lives. Well have the time of our lives...” NICHOLAS A. ARTIMOVICH JEAN AYOTTE DAVID BALZIUS jr tJD a Z) o u WD C Q PREPARING FOR THE UNPREDICTABLE 41 YOYOS ARE IN AGAIN LLOYD BAUCHMAN KAREN J. BARKER KATHLEEN ANN BARNES JEAN L. BEELEY ROSE BELLE ISLE HELEN M. BEAUDOIN The task is to learn what learning is for Stretch your legs PQ TRY SOMETHING DIANNE M. BOWMAN CYNTHIA BROWN FAYE BRIGHTMAN 43 At least talk to each other. DIANE BUCHANAN BARBARA M. BRUCATO MARGO D. BRUNELLE KEVIN M. BUSSIERE DEBBIE BUTTERFIELD MICHAEL J. CAFFREY 44 What Is Going On? WILLIAM CALDER PAUL JAMES CALZETTA BARBARA L. CANONICO Discover America, ft’s 3,000 smiles wide. BRYANT C. CARDELLO EILEEN CARON 45 JUDY CIARCIA N.A.H.S. CHERYL ANN CASEY SUSAN T. CARON WILLIAM N. CHEPULIS HAROLD CARUSO SUSAN C. CHAREST GRACE-ANN CIOFOLO DEBORAH W. CLOSSON DANIEL COADY brothei; have you got willpower STEPHEN CRABTREE DONALD CLARK I CATHY A. CRANE DONNA A. CULVER DANIEL DALY HENRY CUTHBERT BRENDA CYR SHARON J. CROTEAU WILLIAM R. DARGAN 48 RICK D ELIA PAUL DERONDE GARY DETORA HOLLY DEMERS RENE J. DEMERS IS ' -. ' ■ « ' . LI Tr W ’ ■ - • ;» -- „ % ' t 4 : Guess what? PATRICK DEVLIN 49 Yourself MARSHA L. EATON BRUCE EPSTEIN DAVID EDWARDS PAULA EMMONS BARBARA ANN ERBAN JAMES FAZIO JUDITH ANDREA FICHERA KAREN SUE EVANGELOS When was the last time you remembered mothers worry? 51 214,000 miles to go. We do our thing. JAMES FITZGERALD DOLORES FORGETTA You do yours RONALD E. FIONTE CARMEN FORZESE STEPHEN FOSTER THOMAS FOUNTAIN ARTHUR N. GAUDET STEVEN GIAQUINTA CHRISTINE ELAINE FRANK THOMAS GALLENSTEIN People Helping People PATRICIA GOLDEN The problem: to do the job ROBIN A. GARTSIDE MeOWW RANDY GOULD §s CD g D-S .12 2 § 1 = = O™ JOYCE THERESE GUGLIELMINO JANE THERESA HALTMAIER RUSSELL P. HAMEL BRUCE HANNAY MAUREEN HANOVER 54 PATRICIA HAYES CRAIG A. HARRIMAN LAURA HASAPIS Teach the Teachers To listen— the healing process truly listen— a wounded nation needs, is to begin KAREN C. IANNAZZI ROBERTA ELLYN HOLLAND KATHY M. HOWARTH MARCIA A. JOHNSON ROBERTA M. ISHERWOOD DANIEL F. IPPOLITO 56 JAMES MICHAEL KENNEDY DAVID KIMBALL One thing that distinguishes man from the other animals on earth is his ability to come up Stephen m. keisling with new ideas. When it comes to solving problems between nations, or generations, all we really have to fall back on is this fragile hunk of human ingenuity. More than anything else today we need the ability and the will to open our hearts to new ideas. In that way we can get together again and make this personal planet of ours a better place to live in. MARGARET KORB i CAROLYN SCHUYLER KIMBALL 57 MICHAEL KOTCE MARY E. LAFOND Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you. JOSEPH W. LAWLOR, JR. THERESA A. LANNI GAIL B. LAURETTE 58 PATRICIA LAWLOR JANE ELLEN LEBRECK DONNA LeCLAIR Hear this.. BARBARA LIND JOANNE M. LOFFREDO LYNDA LEONE THOMAS LEONE and this... •••suppuB AMERICA, COMMUNICATE WITH ME LAURENCE LOFFREDO 59 and this You can’t hide—everyone sees your mistakes KERRY M. LONG MICHAEL LONG JOSEPH J. LYNCH DAWN LIN LORDAN The jobs are waiting for you. FREDERICK GEORGE LUMB 60 CYNTHIA A. MACDONALD JEAN MACKEY ANNMARIE MANZI EDWARD MANZI 61 GARY MAWSON CHRISTINE A. McCUE NEIL McEVOY T. J. McEVOY ALL THI ARET JACQUELINE M. McCARTY KATHLEEN M. McEVOY NGS OUGH EDWARD L. McGEE, JR. . - ■• ' ■vimip bi- w. g H life SUZANNE MEIKLE PAUL MEDOLO james McGuire NANCY P. McGRAIL A. MARIE MEANEY DEBRA M. MESSINA JOHN STUART MITCHELL PAMELA J. MESSINA JAMES MICHAEL MONTANARO JANET A. MOORE S 3 £ tS 6 0 € e a ® a LINDA MORO Who’s Come a Long ZITA MURGO Way, Baby? 64 JANICE O’LEARY DAVID J. PACKARD THEODORE PASTERNAK STEPHEN PATTERSON JOHN S. PETRALITO JOHN C. PETERSON 66 DIANA L. PLATT PAUL M. POWERS CHARLES PICKARD KENNETH PORTER PETER PHANEUF STEVE PHELAN JEFFREY PYBUS MARCIE KING RHYS WILLIE RATCHFORD ROBIN R. REDMAN MIMI RHYS 0 ; 68 DOflTT KIKXIIUTIU YOU ' VE TRIED IT. SHARON A. RIGOLI LINDA MARIE RITTER SCOTT R. ROBINSON Vfy-r 2 : ■ . • M ERNEST ROBERTS MARY ELLEN ROBERTSON knowledge GARY SAMIA 69 BETH H. SILVERMAN BARBARA SLIPP JAMES SMITH 70 what’s this? LAUREN L. SMITH Isn’t there an RONALD SMITH ROY W. SMITH " People tell me to sit down and relax. NATALIE J. SPAMPINATO 71 I ' LL WEVfR FORGET 1 LIFE IS GETTING SIMPLER MITRE TIME. KATIE STEWART LYNNE STEINBERG VIRGINIA STALLARD it:. . ANN MARIE ST. CYR MARIBETH THFRESE SULLIVAN MAUREEN T. SULLIVAN PATRICIA W. SULLIVAN THOMAS SWANSON NORMAN L. SYBERT MICHAEL F. THOMPSON Don’t just sit there. DENISE M. VANASSE KEITH VAN HEUKELOM SUSAN VAUGHAN EDWARD L. WILLIAMS, JR. GARY WILKINSON of the people, 74 BETSY WINDLE JAMES K. WINNING by the people and for the people ELIZABETH JOAN WILLIS DEBRA WONSON MARTHA ANN WOOD 75 f m CYNTHIA ZAHORUIKO LEONORA ZAPPALA 1971. DIANE M. ZACCARI All those memories G 0 0 D MARGARET YERIAN BYE 76 jENTLE md Chris CLASS WITS John Heenan and Diane Zaccari BEST STUDENTS Nick Artimovich and Barbara Erban ■ V v ' -: ■■■•■ ' BEST ATHLETES Joe Lawlor and Patty Lawlor CLASS INDIVIDUALISTS Gary Detora and Janet Pula CLASS WOLF and FLIRT Harry Caruso and Jackie McCarty DONE MOST FOR NAHS Gary Sarnia and Lee Zappala r: ■ 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 ■ 9 I if 1 I ’• % T I •; , ; i 1 L 1 AJ| 1 j 1 |L s ; h ■ M iMj« BEST LOOKING MOST TALENTED Eddie McGee and Ginny Stallard MOST POPULAR Bry Cardello and Patty Oakes NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS Mimi Rhys, Jane Haltmaier, Nick Artimovich, Joyce Guglielmino, Barbara Erban i. W. if? y 9 Sj a . 31 ■ ■ • m ■ ' — . —•1 i „ I ■ ' ; - v. [. Bjgnp!-;, l)W KMIlF.il jpgg 1 !.; . fc- ■ TTirrf ’ mis 6 7 8 9 » 11 t2 m « 14 IS 18 V W 19 j 1,1 pp| ’• fj . ,.v ; £ ••r -’ ' T ‘ P ' .‘ y i BSSb®i • ' VAV iSH 5 •,£ N ' ; 1 -. ' ’■• " ' ‘iv- ' ; ' ' r ' - r -. .- ' A... • •■ ' ■■ . ■ H ■ .. ' - ' - , ' ' ■ ; - ' . w yW ' tM . v - v.; y-y-. «v .• , .•■• hi - .?• ■ ■ • v v -• ' i . ' t : v . ' . - •• • ' • . , f £ ,- •; ■ ■ ,v. ..- - - . ., vViii.-X,V; a’ V 5 ••; ?.•..• • . „ •• «£ ..: i ' ■ CLASS OF - 72 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS (Left to Right) Cheryl Spinelli (Secretary-Treas¬ urer); Richard Turner (President); Claudia Turner (Vice President). HOMEROOMS 20 and 25 FIRST ROW: Joanne Barcellona, Sandy White, Roberta Beaudoin, Sheila Bolan, Ellen Adams, Debra Aitkins, Linda Aubry, Alice Baines, Barbara Barnes, Anne Willis, Cheryl Winning. SECOND ROW: Karen Wormald, Tom Bailey, Chris Armitage, Scott Bowman, Peter Bates, Charles Black, Peter Breen, Mark Albis, Joe Averka, Steve Bailey, Kevin Brightney, Richard Zieba, Cynthia Wilson. THIRD ROW: Mark Blevins, Steve Beaudoin, Ray Wilson, Tom Baker, Richard Wood, Scott Alexander, Russell Bunker, Ken Allbee, Wayne Zejac. b HOMEROOM 36 FIRST ROW: Debbie Canty, Janet Devlin, Jackie Bussiere, Marilyn Dill, Patty Crane, Diane Cormack, Mary Coco, Jeanne Davis, Pat Conway, Linda Crouch. SECOND ROW: Dar¬ ken Dolan, Paula Clamp, Debbie Donovan, Marie Damon, Barbara Cardoza, Susan Con¬ nolly, Elaine Camire, Nancy Cochrane, Debbie Dane, Lindsey Cane. THIRD ROW: Gary Cannella, Mark DiSalvo, Ray Cashman, Robert Cashman, Phil DeMarco, John Carny, Danny Desmond, Phil Capodilupo, Billy Bushnell. HOMEROOM 37 FIRST ROW: Betsy Doyle, Debbie Giles, Jean Garofoli, Lori Draper, Kathy Foulds, Cheryl Enaire, Ginny Emmett, Claire Giard. SECOND ROW: Nancy Fleischmann, Susan Elliott, Maria Giuffreda, Ruth Gardiner, Jean Enright, Shirley Field, Nina Furnari, Cathy Gable. THIRD ROW: John Erie, Glenn Dowling, Jay Enright, Billy Fitzpatrick, Dick Gallant, Jim DuFresne, Billy Fraser, David Fraser, Tom Emmett, Robert Dufault, David Gray. HOMEROOM 38 FIRST ROW: Paula Kent, Jane Kelley, Judi Lange- vin, Robin Harvey, Debbie Kimball, Ann Lawlor, Pamela Lampros, Marty Larive, Nancy Grusheck, Lynette Hinds. SECOND ROW: Diane Helfrich, Jane Letarte, Janice James, Pam Laycock, Lynne Kaler, Barbara Jackson, Mary Letizia, Connie LaRo sa, Valerie Kozdras, Nancy Hurley, Lisa Kenny. THIRD ROW: Brian Kingsley, Eric Lee, Michael Hatem, Louis Lapomi, Rus¬ sell Howard, David Hol¬ lins, Richard Hansen, Vin¬ cent Greco, Wayne Har¬ per. HOMEROOM 39 FIRST ROW: Jean Medolo, Linda Mistretta, Debbie Lundquist, Maureen Martone, Rose Ann Maiorana, Annmarie McGuire, Nancy McCarty, Karen Lumb. SECOND ROW: Steve Mitchell, Martha Mank, Donna Manzi, Eileen McCubbin, Nancy Marshall, Pat Lucas, Charlene Meadows, Linda McDermott, Cindy Monroe, Judy Chaisson, Joe Medolo. THIRD ROW: Phil Miller, Rick Martin, Gordon Lukoskie, Danny Markey, Ted Maker, Dave Lynch, Joe Messina, Ken Lopiano, Bill Mar- tineau, Wayne Manning, Robert Manseau. HOMEROOM 40 FIRST ROW: Joan Proctor, Barbara Scott, Tracy Robertson, Carol Rokes, Joyce Rothier, Debbie Scheipers, Kathy O’Connor, Diane Sangermano, Jackie Phaneuf, Paula Nigrelli, Linda Samma- taro. SECOND ROW: Ray Patterson, Jose Quinones, A1 Nadeau, Tim Pelle¬ tier, Doug Potter, Tommy Noone, Marc Patterson, Valerie Rochon, Mary Nice, Ellen Monteiro, Jerry Pasternak. THIRD ROW: Robert Ryan, Peter Phelan, Doug Pruneau, Richard Poutenis, Paul Rabs, Tom Shola, Paul Preston, John Pierog, Jerry Nalls, Mark Robinson, Jimmy Robertson. A ; w-.cv. d ’ r ' r j UffPWX la. L ,gmm HOMEROOM 42 FIRST ROW: Dianne San Antonio, Rhea Carroll, Fran Midolo, Cheryl Laurerte, Nancy Homer, Kathy McDer¬ mott, Laurie Stevens. SECOND ROW: Charles Shane, Tom Cyr, Phil Demers, Lionel Armeen, John Camire, Mike Caponette, Steve Furgerson, Eric Chest¬ nut, Jay Kennedy, Buddy Murphy, Ralph Henshaw. HOMEROOM 41 FIRST ROW: Susan Sullivan, Rosemary Tasca, Wendy Walker, Beverly Spicer, Gloria Tucci, Jane Vaillancourt, June Trank, Lynne Web¬ ster, Debbie Totten, Pat Tomaselli. SECOND ROW: Claudia Turner, Nancy Warchol, Fran Sullivan, Joanne Teichmann, Judy Smith, Sharon Spears, Lynn Trainor, Linda Smith, Cheryl Spinelli, Joan Vaillancourt. THIRD ROW: Timmy Thoren, Michael Towne, Billy Stevens, Kevin Sullivan, Robert Stabile, Joe Soucy, Steve Smith, Steve Taylor, Ricky Turner, Scott Walker. I I - | ! v LJj U - ••• ' ;.V CLASS OF 73 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Cynthia Marston (President); Lori Carbone (Vice President); Denise Moreschi (Secretary-Treasurer). HOMEROOM 18 FIRST ROW: Linda Black, Donna Albert, Lisa Aziz, Kathleen Addonigio, Christine Bunker, Linda Allen. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Bates, Maura Boyd, Dawn Bowman, Jane Brien, Susan Birch, Deborah Bryant, Nancy Andruss, Mary Armitage, Edward Bushnell. THIRD ROW: James Bonaccorsi, Stephen Albis, Harold Bamford, Arthur Bastian, Daniel Brennan, Richard Bren¬ nan, David Bettencourt, Todd Blevins. HOMEROOM 19 FIRST ROW: Lori Carbone, Doreen Cler¬ mont, Darleen Clermont, Susan Casey, Cheryl Clark. .SECOND ROW: Patricia Costello, Kristine Clayton, Maria Cassell, Denise Cote, Rhea Carroll, Susan Ciofolo, Martha Cashman. THIRD ROW: Joseph Coffill, Michael Caron, William Canty, Joseph Cardoza, Kenneth Coope, Joseph Campione, John Constantineau, Richard Connors. HOMEROOM 26-A FIRST ROW: Linda Deloge, Nancy Des¬ mond, Sheila Dalli, Susan Edwards, Diane Crawley, Nancy Detora, Eileen Devlin, Michaelene Dillon. SECOND ROW: Brien Eaton, Jim Davis, Harry Dow, Carol Dris¬ coll, Diane Detora, Donna Dufresne, Steve Curtin, Stephen Eldridge, Larry Dobbyn. THIRD ROW: Alex Dandretta, William Cyr, Steven Cunningham, William Driscoll, Jeffrey Denuccio, Jeffrey Diminico, Michael Danahy, John Dube, Kevin Dyer, Michael Dufresne. ' j|r 9 gm h V -. JKm HOMEROOM 26-B FIRST ROW: Diane Fiore, Kathleen Finocchiaro, Debra Fichera, Sue Frost, Nancy Foulds. SECOND ROW: Janet Formica, William Fyfe, Walter Flinn, John Foley, Mariann Enaire. THIRD ROW: John Formica, Jeffrey Farrow, Robert Emmett, Michael Foss, Richard Fisher. HOMEROOM 28 FIRST ROW: Nancy Goguen, Gail Giar- russo, Margot Hennelly, Denise Giard, Karen Hansen, Nancy Homer, Virginia Iminski, Paula Giacalone, Janet Guptill, Sherry Hasapis, Cynthia Gibat. SECOND ROW: Patrick Hennessey, John Hammond, Leslie Harris, Kathleen Hennessey, Linda Hodgkins, Mary Haltmaier, Deborah Hag¬ gerty, Michele Gereau, Elaine Gardiner, James Greenwood, Timothy Gaffny. THIRD ROW: Anthony Giuffrida, David Hender¬ son, Thomas Gaffny, James Gallenstein, Raymond Grande, Kevin Holland, Samuel Giarrusso, Colin Garvey, Allen Haphey, John Gorman, John lannazzi. if jl a Mm W - -Mr ■ l |L. T l WL ' v ftl m rl h ' |1 i mJ ; MM [M Jlp i J1 Li £Jl HOMEROOM 32 FIRST ROW: Allison Kritzler, Cynthia Marston, Monica Lynch, Deborah Ken¬ nedy, Colleen McCann, Donna Kollen, Debra MacDonald, Debra Koebrick, Brenda Kohl, Debra Lynch. SECOND ROW: William LaBelle, Elbridge Le- land, Chester Lear, David Leach, Mau¬ reen McCarthy, Sheila Lynch, Susan Manchini, Anthony Mangano, Raymond Leo, Francis Lawlor. THIRD ROW: Kevin Keegan, Timothy Lovejoy, David Manzi, David Marsh, John Letarte, Stephen McCarthy, James Lacey, James Kenny, Stephen Lundquist. HOMEROOM 33 FIRST ROW: Denise Moreschi, Donna McGibbon, Carolyn Levy, Patricia O’Connor, Denise Midgley, Ann Paler¬ mo, Jo-Ann Milton, Laurel McMahon. SECOND ROW: Steben Messina, Dan¬ iel O’Connell, Kathy McLaughlin, Den¬ ise O’Connell, Angela Miragliotta, Lisa Oldfield, Michael O’Connell, Jeffrey Patterson. THIRD ROW: Kevin O Brien, Joseph McManus, Salvatore Messina, Mark Morley, Thomas Murgo, Mark McKusick, Joseph Pas, Michael Morrison, Daniel McEvoy. I HOMEROOM 34 FIRST ROW: Nancy Rizzo, Catherine Roberts, Mary Rock, Dawn Redman, Cynthia Rockwood, Gina Romano, Rachael Petralito, Marcia Shepard, Don¬ na Sears. SECOND ROW: Robert Pom- erleau, Richard Pedigree, Brenda Schei- pers, Deborah Salois, Linda Peluso, Claire Roche, Karen Samaha, George Rowe, William Scione. THIRD ROW: David Philbrick, John Pickard, Mark Savukinas, Richard Ryan, Joseph Scire, James Roche, George Robertson, John SanSoucie, Donald Rokes. 89 HOMEROOM 35 FIRST ROW: Linda Trzcinski, Diane Vallois, Mel¬ anie Wilde, Sandra Sullivan, Susan Zagorski, Mari¬ lyn Woodman, Cynthia Solomon, Nancy Stone. SEC¬ OND ROW: Michael Taylor, Carlton VanBuskirk, Nathaniel Smith, William Wray, Ronald Wood, Mark Willis, Richard Stanley. THIRD ROW: Rob¬ ert Skinner, Thomas Wake, Francis Terranova, Wil¬ liam Sullivan, Steven Stanton, Richard Woodburn, John Stemke, Frank Stewart. CLASS OF 74 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Joanne Licare (Vice President), Dianne Kendall (President), A1 Torrissi (Sec retary-Treasurer). HOMEROOM 72 FIRST ROW: Nancy Proctor, Kim Rapisarda, Jody Robertson, Maura O’Connor, Chris Rheaune, Nancy Salvetti, Pat Pierog, Ann Robinson, Nancy Roy. SECOND ROW: Sue Pas, Nancy Phillbrick, Dawn Pineau, Carol Pavlenkov, Mary Beth Shelley, Donna Scott, Bonnie Rodden, Beth Pendak, Lisa Ottaviano, Marie Sangermano, Kathy Quintal. THIRD ROW: John Pasternak, Timmy Roberts, Ed¬ die Riemitis, Mike Hatem, Rick Redman, Tim Noone, David Patnaude, Mike Peluso, Mark Shea. 90 HOMEROOM 71 FIRST ROW: Mary Miller, Susan Morley, Winona Nadeau, Karen McGauley, Noreen McGuire, Robin Marsh, Donna McKenney. SECOND ROW: Richard McCarthy, Sue Muse, Melony Meadows, Nina Marchisio, Pat McEvoy, Mary Milne, Judy Mitchell, Vito Napolatano. THIRD ROW: Eric Nickerson, Chuck Malandrino, John Marsh, Paul Manzi, Greg Melvin, Ron Mason, Richard Morgano, Jim Moro. HOMEROOM 66 FIRST ROW: Dotty Boynton, Sheila Boyd, Maureen Caponette, Beverly Brown, Deborah Calder, Barbara Baines, Phyllis Belair. SECOND ROW: Mark Bolan, Tom Brennan, Steve Calder, Gerry Arthur, Robert Andrew, Dougie Calder. THIRD ROW: John Bailey, Dave Compagna, Randy Buturlia, Richard Bauch- man, Don Brasseur, Andy Breen. HOMEROOM 74 IRST ROW: Bob Gartside, ahn Dean, Nancy Wilkinson, atti Bryant, Anitta Merso, Kim iSalvo, Jane Wilson, Deborah lidgly, Jim Emmett. SECOND OW: Kevin Smith, Mike Mc- ann, Richard Beaudoin, Walter fickerson, Leif Korb, Sean Mel- n, Alfred Arcifa, Paul Kelly, r ' arrell Dinsmore, Anthony Co- Lasso, Jim Caron, Jim Kimball. HIRD ROW: John Larosa, ' avid Coope, Mary Brunelle, lark Closson, Mike Darvo, rank Armitage, Allan Ball, John .ennedy, Mike Dinsmore, Joe [orin, Jim Sullivan. HOMEROOM 69 FIRST ROW: Pauline Hamel, Nancy Heenan, Kathy Harter, Paula Ianazzi; Brenda Gordan, Melody Griffiths, Chris Garvey, Audrey Helfrich, Collen Grady. SECOND ROW: Lee Gesing, Denise Gereau, Janis Goslin, Alice Joyce, Marcia Hern, Judy Gardiner, Ellen Ipolito, Kathy Keegan, Marcia Hennelley, Susan Haigh, Paula Ianazz. THIRD ROW: Ed Reimitis, John Hayes, Ron Heggarty, Joe Kamal, John Gaudet, John Gemma, Bob Gartside, Peter Garofoli, Steve Isherwood, Phillip Har- nish. HOMEROOM 70 FIRST ROW: Dianne Kendall, Wendy Kelley, Joanne Licare, Katy McCarthy, Phillis Lumb, Linda McCannel. SECOND ROW: Steve Lukoskie, Janice Lynch, Lidia Lionne, Carol Lord, Allison Kirk, Jim Lyons. THIRD ROW: Kevin McCarthy, Mike Lattin, Bill Lafond, Dave Longton, Brian Kingsly, Ken Lafond. HOMEROOM 73 FIRST ROW: Anne Subach, Mary Trombly, Dianne Sullivan, Linda Soucy, Katy Sullivan, Mary Jane Swan¬ son. SECOND ROW: Daniel Sybert, Sheryl Stringer, Dianne Smith, Demetra Siopes, Kathy Sonnier, Carol Tomkiewiez, Mike Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Herbie Steiner, James Spanks, Gary St. Hilaire, Bill Trainor, Peter Sone, Bill Utley, Tom Totten, A1 Torrise. HOMEROOM 67 FIRST ROW: Joanne Damon, Cindy Danty, Joanne Debitetto, Lisa Clamp, Carol Darling, Ann Dewhirst, Karen Dargan. SECOND ROW: Bob Cyr, Karen Compagnone, Pat Connors, Donna Casey, Dorri Dane, Lynn Cote, Rosemary Connolly, Mike Demers. THIRD ROW: Bob Ceplikas, Frank Cunning- ham, Jeff Coco, Bill Carrese, Larry Danseau, Bob DeBarba, David DeFusco, Dana Albert. HOMEROOM 68 FIRST ROW: Joanne Fyfe, Beth Doherty, Diane Faro, Marti Dunn, Lauri Firth, Donna Farrow, Judy Enaire, Joy Dulong, Paula Eaton. SECOND ROW: Mia Dixon, Deb¬ bie Forzesa, Wendy Found, Dean Fitzpatrick, Diane Donahue, Brenda Elliot, Andi Eckerson, Linda Eidam, Darlene Frank. THIRD ROW: Bob Francis, Ken Field, Dan Fraser, Charles Fraser, John Draper, Kevin Eaton, Jerry Dunn, John Doherty, Bill Gagne. I f WluA « Wm jjio : • ' » dm ■ ' ' ■ HOMEROOM 65 FIRST ROW: Debbie Woodhouse, Gayle Tabbi, Jane Wilson, Danna Tripoli. SECOND ROW: Tina Zahuruiko, Janice Ventura, Debra Woodburn, Sheila Walkup, Andrea Voris. THIRD ROW: Steve Web¬ ster, David Zajak, Ray Wood, James Zahuruiko, David Verville. 93 STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS (Left to Right): Gary Samia (President), Paul Powers (Vice- President). Getting Together At The Student Council Semi-Formal The STUDENT COUNCIL took on a new format at the beginning of this year. Instead of the class electing four rep¬ resentatives, as a whole, representatives are now elected on a homeroom basis. These representatives, along with the Presi¬ dent, Vice-President, and Secretary Treasurer of each class, make up the Council. In an effort to establish better com¬ munication between the Student Council and the student body, discussion periods between each homeroom and its repre¬ sentative were set up this year, and have been partially suc¬ cessful. STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW (Left to Right) : Nancy Rizzo, Jane Brien, Lori Carbone, Cynthia Marston, Gary Samia, Paul Powers, Denise Moreschi, Holly Demers, Grace-Ann Ciofolo. SECOND ROW: Claudia Turner, Anne Willis, Nancy Fleischman, John Stemke, Jerry Pasternak, Chuck Malan- drino, Cheryl Winning, Jane Haltmaier, Kathy Keegan. THIRD ROW: Rosemary Connelly, Linda Eidam, Susan Zagorski, Mary Haltmaier, Cheryl Spinelli, Jo-Ann Licare, Dianne Kendall, Scott Robinson. 96 | Wliat do you want, good grammar or i good fast 1 ? brains Traditionally people have thought of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY as an organization which simply em¬ phasizes outstanding scholarship. They seem to forget that members of this society are chosen on the basis of leader¬ ship, character, and service to the school and community as well. This year, under the continued guidance of Miss Donlan the society m de a renewed effort to be recognized as an active rather than passive group. Their main service project for the year was the sponsoring of a Christmas party for the elderly of a local nursing home. The members of the society hoped that this spirit of community service would spread to other groups in the high school. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS STANDING (Left to Right): Jane Haltmaier (Vice-President), Holly Demers (Secretary-Treasurer). SITTING: Barbara Erban (President). NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY r i rSfl r NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FIRST ROW (Left to Right) : Peter Bates, Ted Maker, Nick Artimovich, Tanet Pula, Billy Chepulis, Randy Gould. SECOND ROW: Anne Willis, Chris Frank, Karen Barker, Ginny Stallard. THIRD ROW: Karen Ianazzi, Fran Sullivan, Cynthia Zahoruiko, Marie Giuffrida, Barbara Erban, Cathy Crane, Claudia Turner, Tracy Robertson. FOURTH ROW: Joyce Gugliel- mino, Cynthia MacDonald, Joan Proctor, Sharon Rigoli, Sharon Croteau, Grace-Ann Ciofolo, Jane Haltmaier, Holly Demers, Mimi Rhys, Susan Caron. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB FIRST ROW (Left to Right) : Steve Isherwood, Peter Garo- foli, Rhea Carroll, Gina Romano, Harry Caruso (President), Annmarie Manzi (Vice-President), Shelley Silverman, Claire Giard, Debby Midgley, Kathy Foulds, Harry Dow. SECOND ROW: Martha Dunn, Denise Giard, Skip Flinn, Dawn Bowman, John Constantineau, John Kennedy, Richard Natalino, Scott Walker, Donald Rokes, Kenny Lafond, Lisa Clamp. THIRD ROW: David Edwards, Joe Scire, Dave Henderson, Richard Stanton, A1 Nadeau, Ginny Stallard, Tooka McCue, Mark Closson, Janet Pula, Gary Detora. " TO COMMUNICATE IS THE BE¬ GINNING OF UNDERSTAND¬ ING.’’ AUDIO¬ VISUAL CLUB The AV Club helps to show the films and videotapes used in school programs. The members work hard to keep the movie projectors, tape recorders, and other AV parapher¬ nalia in excellent operating condi¬ tion for us. I could always shoot him The Photography Club is one of the most functional clubs in NAHS. Under the direction of their advisor Mr. Ball, this organization films various school events. All members gain experience in the use of the darkroom and developing equip¬ ment. Members are also active in taking pictures for the Squire and the Knight. with the camera. 98 FIRST ROW (Left to Right): Scott Walker, Gary Detora, John Foley. SECOND ROW: Ned Smith, Arthur Gaudet, Steve Stanton, Marilyn Woodman, Neil McEvoy, Dicky Fisher, Harry Dow. The chorus this year has taken on an entirely new appearance. The members of the group are hard working and talented and have benefited from the compe¬ tent direction of Miss Heeley. The chorus participated in the annual Christmas assembly, and its program was appreciated and thoroughly enjoyed by the stu¬ dent body. FIRST ROW: Miss Heeley (Advisor), Russell Bunker, Dawn Lordan. SECOND ROW: Kathy Addonigio, Deborah Scheipers, Mary Alice Rock, Robin Redman, Donna Dufresne. THIRD ROW: Kathy Hurley, Phyllis Lumb, Deborah Caulder, Christine Bunker. BACK ROW: Eric Lee, Brenda Kohl, Brian Kingsley. CHORUS 99 DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS (Left to Right): Jane Haltmaier (Treasurer), Joyce Guglielmino (Vice-President), Barbara Erban (President), Nancy Fleishmann (Secretary). The Dramatic Club of NAHS under the direction of Mr. McDonald, has done it again. They added a colorful note to the Christmas program and also put on an immensely successful full-length play. The Dramatic Club portion of the Christmas assembly, featuring a play written by a group of students, and several dramatic readings, was as important as it always is in expressing the joy and cheer of the holiday season . Really big news this year was the Club’s first musical, (in conjunction with the music department) of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Performed in April, and starring Edward McGee and Laurel McMahon, the show was a fine example of a professional and entertaining production. The perform¬ ances were the culmination of three months of hard work for Mr. McDonald, Mr. Savory, Miss Healey, the cast and the crew of the play. The Dramatic Club also contributed to the annual Arts Festival, held in May. Santa Poutenis show business DRAMATIC CLUB 100 The 1970-71 Dramatic Club members. Look, Listen and Act. H o g CO o Back Stage crew with director, Mr. McDonald. THE THEATER Mark Morley and Eddie McGee in the Christmas Play. 1—2—3—PULL!!! 101 BAND FIRST ROW: Mr. Savory (band director), Joyce Guglielmino (drum majorette), Allison Kirk, Denise Midgely, Kathy Gable. SECOND ROW: Lisa Aziz, Mimi Rhys, Linda Aubry, Brian Kingsley, Michael Catin, Patricia Hayes, Louis Lipomi, Ronald Heggarty, Debbie Bryant, Sue Casey. THIRD ROW: Debbie Lynch, Mark Robinson, Ralph Henshaw, Robert Stabile, Joe Campione, Rita Napolitano, Eric Lee, Charles Malandrino, Ed¬ ward Williams, John Foley, Vincent Greco, Claudia Turner, Rob¬ ert Andrews, Rose Tasca. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Cohl, Debbie Lumb, Gary Cannella, Kenneth Albee, Marcie Rhys, Rachel Petra- lito Nancy Desmond, Laurie Firsth, Nancy Proctor, Allison Kritz- ler, Nancy Stone, Susan Zagorski, Jane Arnold, Cheryl Winning, Joan Proctor. FIFTH ROW: Harry Smith, Scott Alexander, Nancy Fleischman, Jose Quinones, Eric Nickerson, Richard Stanley, Ray Patterson, Hillian Ritley, Mark O’Connell, Bill Dargon, Laurie Firth, Wendy Walker. Ten hut! Four whistles, and the NAHS Marching Band is heading down the football field, beginning an exciting pre-game or half-time show. Every¬ one agrees that the band, including, of course, the majorettes and flag-squad, is an indispensable part of the football season and the local parades. The band, with its forty-seven regular members, also had a very full con¬ cert season. Besides the Christmas toncert, the band presented two enter¬ taining spring concerts which featured some of the senior players. Several of the band members received exceptional distinction during the year. Bruce Bevans performed in the noted Greater Boston Youth Wind Ensemble, and medals went to Louis Lipomi and Linda Aubry for their out¬ standing performance in the Music Educators’ Solo and Ensemble Festival. The NAHS band, whether playing " The North Andover Victory Song” on the football field, or " Holiday Fanfare and March” in concert, com¬ memorates the words of Ricard: " It is in learning music that many youthful hearts learn to love.” communication THE SOUND SCENE Left to Right: Eddie Williams (Vice-President), Pat Hayes (President), Band Director Mr. Savory, Debbie Bryant (Secretary-Treasurer), and Joyce Gugliel- mino (Drum Majorette). 105 AND NOW, FROM THE BRASS SECTION. BAND FIRST ROW: Mr. Savory (band director), Joyce Guglielmino (drum majorette), Allison Kirk, Denise Midgely, Kathy Gable. SECOND ROW: Lisa Aziz, Mimi Rhys, Linda Aubry, Brian Kingsley, Michael Catin, Patricia Hayes, Louis Lipomi, Ronald Heggarty, Debbie Bryant, Sue Casey. THIRD ROW: Debbie Lynch, Mark Robinson, Ralph Henshaw, Robert Stabile, Joe Campione, Rita Napolitano, Eric Lee, Charles Malandrino, Ed¬ ward Williams, John Foley, Vincent Greco, Claudia Turner, Rob¬ ert Andrews, Rose Tasca. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Cohl, Debbie Lumb, Gary Cannella, Kenneth Albee, Marcie Rhys, Rachel Petra- lito Nancy Desmond, Laurie Firsth, Nancy Proctor, Allison Kritz- ler, Nancy Stone, Susan Zagorski, Jane Arnold, Cheryl Winning, Joan Proctor. FIFTH ROW: Harry Smith, Scott Alexander, Nancy Fleischman, Jose Quinones, Eric Nickerson, Richard Stanley, Ray Patterson, Hillian Ritley, Mark O’Connell, Bill Dargon, Laurie Firth, Wendy Walker. Ten hut! Four whistles, and the NAHS Marching Band is heading down the football field, beginning an exciting pre-game or half-time show. Every¬ one agrees that the band, including, of course, the majorettes and flag-squad, is an indispensable part of the football season and the local parades. The band, with its forty-seven regular members, also had a very full con¬ cert season. Besides the Christmas toncert, the band presented two enter¬ taining spring concerts which featured some of the senior players. Several of the band members received exceptional distinction during the year. Bruce Bevans performed in the noted Greater Boston Youth Wind Ensemble, and medals went to Louis Lipomi and Linda Aubry for their out¬ standing performance in the Music Educators’ Solo and Ensemble Festival. The NAHS band, whether playing " The North Andover Victory Song” on the football field, or " Holiday Fanfare and March” in concert, com¬ memorates the words of Ricard: " It is in learning music that many youthful hearts learn to love.” communication THE SOUND SCENE BAND OFFICERS Left to Right: Eddie Williams (Vice-President), Pat Hayes (President), Band Director Mr. Savory, Debbie Bryant (Secretary-Treasurer), and Joyce Gugliel- mino (Drum Majorette). 105 AND NOW, FROM THE BRASS SECTION. FRONT ROW: Head Majorettes Zita Murgo and Sheila O’Connor. BACK ROW: Pat Pierog, Karen Samaha, Deane Fitzpatrick, Pat O’Connor, Paula Clamp, Linda Timony, Rita Napolitano. MAJORETTES top performance The majorettes headed by Zita Murgo and Sheila O’Connor and directed by Mrs. Taylor added a colorful note to half-time entertainment at N.A. football games. These girls also led the band in several local parades. a warm welcome... color-splashy Like a circle in a spiral Like a wheel within a wheel Never ending or beginning In an ever-spinning reel. Marilyn and Alan Bergman Mrs. Aubry, Advisor The purpose of the Art Club is to pro¬ mote an awareness of life and the world around us. The club is active, participating in trips, both social and cultural. Any stu¬ dent can join. ART CLUB OFFICERS Left to Right : Linda Aubry (Vice-President), Holly Demers (Secretary), Dick Solomon (President). FIRST ROW: (Left to Right): Brenda Kohl, Nancy Foulds, Nancy Grusheck, Paula Emmons, Debra Fichera, Denise Midgely. SEC¬ OND ROW: Dan Flynn, Dawn Lordan, Holly Demers, Mrs. Aubry, Dick Solomon, Linda Aubry. THIRD ROW: Debbie Bryant, Darlene Frank, Karen Bryant, Janet Pula, Marcie Rhys, Mark Morley, Nick Artimovich, Bill Chepulis. Mike Danahy, Cindy Gibat, Mimi Rhys, Annmarie Manzi, Suzanne Casey. ART CLUB Art ' s the Tiling. LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS (Left to Right)-. Laura Hasapis (Secretary), Judy Ciarcia (President), Eddie McGee (Vice- President), Cindy Gibat (Coordinator). LIBRARY CLUB Under the guidance of Mr. Hull, the mem¬ bers of the library club are able to learn general library techniques. During free periods, the members are able to assist in the library by helping its users locate materials and by doing necessary clerical work. " All that mankind has done, thought, gained or been, it is in major preservation in the pages of books.” Carlyle Curl Up df Read FIRST ROW: Paul Kelley, Diane Faro, Dan Flynn. SECOND ROW: Kathy Addonigio, Zita Murgo, Jan O ' Leary, Linda Timony, Debi Wood- burn. THIRD ROW: Susan Mason, Cynthia Gibat, Judy Ciarcia, Eddy McGee, Kim Rapasada, Laura Hasapis. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Hull, Joe Medolo, Linda Trzcinski, Neil McEvoy, Richard Potenis, Mary Miller, Karen Donovan, Barbara Murphy. WnUHCU lSIlD ' HG 108 FIRST ROW (Left to Right): Kenny Lafond, Jerry Nalls, John Gorman. SECOND ROW: Tom Gallenstein, Randy Gould, Nick Artimovich, Bill Chepulis, Kevin Bussiere. discover 109 Mr. Bennett, Advisor Purpose: To learn more about the sciences. Membership: Several dedicated science enthusiasts. Activities: Movies and worthwhile field trips to places of interest during the year. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS President, Nick Artimovich and Vice-President Kevin Bussiere. MATH CLUB A computer The Math Club, although rather small this year, was made up of a group of dedi¬ cated students who have done very well in the Math League meets. These meets are held once a month at different schools, and are attended by other high schools in the area. The participants each take three of six possible ten-minute tests, each consisting of three problems. The total number of points received by each school determines the standings. Outstanding individual achievement is also recognized. The faculty advisors to the club are Mr. McGowan and Miss Hughes. FIRST ROW: (Left to Right): Susan Andruss, Carolyn Levy, Cynthia Solomon, John Gorman, Joan Proctor. SECOND ROW: Laura Hasapis, Sue Frost, Debby Kennedy, Jane Haltmaier, Mark Savukinas. THIRD ROW: Mary Haltmaier, Fran Sullivan, Mark Morley, Claudia Turner, Dick Solomon, Nancy Fleischman, Paul Rabs, Anne Willis, Maria Giuffrida, Wendy Walker . SCIENTIFIC SCIENCE CLUB AFRO-AMERICAN SOCIETY FIRST ROW (Left to Right): Nancy Roy, Robin Marsh, Mari¬ lyn Woodman, Willie Ratchford, Pat Lucas, Jerry Nalls, Sharon Croteau. SECOND ROW: Denise Moreschi, Debby Woodhouse, Dickie Fisher, Gary Detora, Mark Savukinas, Maria Cassell, Dar¬ lene Dolan, Michele Gireau, Karen Donovan, Ned Smith, Ann- marie Manzi, Harry Dow, Sue Mason, Joanne Licare. THIRD ROW: Kathy McLaughlin, Linda Aubry, Patty Sullivan, Ann Marie Towne, Gus Shephard, Eric Chestnut, Wayne Harper, Henry Cuthbert, Joe Sherlock, Jose Quinones, Katie Stewart, Barbara Murphy, Janet Pula. The Afro-American Society was started this year at North Andover High to give the students a better understanding of Black people in general, and how they feel towards America today. The Afro-American Society is advised by Mr. Stephen Buco, and the officers are Willie Ratchford (President), Marilyn Woodman (Vice-President), and Pat Lucas (Secretary-Treasurer). The Society’s main goal was to raise money so that it might function properly next year—buying books, going on field trips, bringing speakers to the high school—even making dashikies. Advertising for the Soul Dinner. 110 AFRO-AMERICAN SOCIETY OFFICERS (Left to Right): Pat Lucas (Secretary-Treasurer), Willie Ratch¬ ford (President), Marilyn Woodman (Vice-President). LE CERCLE FRANCAIS FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS (Left to Right): Cheryl Winning (Secretary), Sha¬ ron Rigoli (President), Debbie Canty (Vice-Presi¬ dent). Cette annee le cercle fran ais etait avise par mademoiselle Lostimolo’ mademoiselle McLaughlin, monsieur Adelman, et monsieur Trombly. Le journal, intitule LES ACTUALITES (tout en fran ais) etait donne aux classes frangaises. Le journal a contient contes, mots croises, nouvelles des evenements fran ais et ceux de NAHS. Aussi Le cercle frangais a regarde une piece frangaise et pour la derniere assemblee a dine ' ’ au restaurant fran ais. e rflo®)r FIRST ROW (Left to Right) : Marcia Esposito, Patty Crane, Andrea Rabinovitz, Joan Proctor, Debby MacDonald, Nina Guer- rera, Nancy Wilson. SECOND ROW: Jayne Somers, Barbara Baines, Sharon Rigoli, Betsy Willis, Marie Meaney, Barbie Lind, Mary Connor, Mary Alice Rock, Ellie Adams, Kim Rapisarda, Laurel McMahon, Kathy Foulds, Paula Emmons. Nancy Detora, Jean Garofoli. THIRD ROW: Joanne Licare, Susan Zagorski, Margo Henelly, Debby Kennedy, Carolyn Levy, Mary Armitage, Nancy Andruss, Mary Haltmaier, Deane Fitzpatrick, Michele Gireau, Nancy Marshall, Kathy O’Connor, Mary Ann Enaire, Marie Damon, Betsy Doyle, Cindy Rock, Brenda Cole. FOURTH ROW: Tracy Robertson, Debby Donovan, Maria Cassell, Eileen Caron, Alice Baines, Maria Guiffreida, Cheryl Winning, Nancy Fleischman, Ann Willis, Frances Sullivan, Peggy Bove, Diana Platt, Debby Haggerty, Claire Giard, Linda Smith, Ann Cote. I 111 OFFICERS (Left to Right): Gail Laurette (Secretary), Ann Marie St. Cyr (President), Rosemary Tasca (Vice-President). Subject: Business Club Date: June, 1971 To: Teachers and Students From: Business Club The purpose of this club is to learn about and understand the business world through films and different activities. Any student taking a business course is eligible to join. The advisors of this club are all the business teachers. BUSINESS CLUB FIRST ROW: Richard Connors. SECOND ROW: Rose¬ mary Tasca, Ann Marie St. Cyr, Gail Laurette. THIRD ROW: Nancy Rizzo, Linda Crouch, Nancy Bodge, Sheila Bolan. Susan Birch, Maribeth Sullivan, Carol Enright, Debby Fichera, Nancy Foulds. FOURTH ROW: Donna Dufresne, Cathy Roberts, Pat Costello, Donna Manzi, Paul Calzetta, Joanne Milton, Martha Wood, Susan Charest. S95[B}SIIU SI 95[BUI The only thing they don’t THINKSNCW... ski club 1970-71 Ski Club Members Under the direction of Mr. Bevilacqua, and the lead¬ ership of President Jim Winning, Vice-President Ann- marie Manzi, and Secretary-Treasurer Katie Stewart, this year’s Ski Club had a very active and successful year. The highlight of the year was the club’s annual ski weekend at Mount Sunapee, which was enjoyed by all. Some of the better skiers in the Club have formed a ski team which competes with other schools in the area. THINK SNOW!!! OFFICERS (Left to Right): Katie Stewart, Jim Winning, Annmarie Manzi. 113 Scoops squire EDITORS (Left to Right): Joyce Guglielmino (Assistant Editor), Mrs. Enid Burns (Advisor), Barbara Erban (Editor-In-Chief). " Extra! Extra! Read all about it!” " The Squire will be sold seventh period today!” " Anyone want to buy a Squire ? Only 15(f!” A school newspaper should express the views of the student body. It should interest a person looking for news, record reviews, pictures, feature stories, poems, puzzles. It should provide fun and experience for those who wish to be involved in its publication. The Squire, 1970-71, has done all these things. Under the direction of Mrs. Burns and her capable staff, the Squire (this year, a monthly publication) has changed and improved in order to better fit the needs of the students of North Andover High. Squire , 1970-71 114 SQUIRE STAFF BOTTOM ROW (Left to Right): Jane Somers, Harry Caruso, Claudia Turner, Gary Sarnia, Susan Zagorski. SECOND ROW: Maria Cassell, Joyce Guglielmino, Christine Frank, Cynthia Zahoruiko, Holly Demers. THIRD ROW: Andrea Rabinovitz, Susan Mason, Jean Mackey, Pat Lawlor, Valerie Kozdras. FOURTH ROW: Marty Larive, Frances Sullivan, Pat O’Connor, Ann Willis, Lynne Stein¬ berg. FIFTH ROW: Linda Hodgkins, Mary Rock, Ellie Adams, Cheryl Winning, Annmarie Manzi. SIXTH ROW: Eileen Caron, Peggy Bove, Rosemary Tasca, Wendy Walker, Cindy Wilson, Laura Hasapis. ¥ Vi 3 1 g- " Wa i ; BL i A Jr J. SQUIRE EDITORS (Bottom to Top, Left to Right): Joyce Guglielmino, Pat Lawlor, Cynthia Zahoruiko, Holly Demers, Barbara Erban, Harry Caruso, Claudia Turner, Christine Frank, Gary Sarnia, Virginia Stallard. EDITORS SEATED (Left to Right): Harry Caruso, Ann Marie St. Cyr, Sharon Rigoli, Dick Solomon, Joyce Guglielmino, Jane Haltmaier. STANDING (Left to Right) : Susan Caron, Cathy Crane, Bobbi Isherwood, Grace Ann Ciofolo, Nina Furnari. The years pass in a slow progression. A person thinks back to his high school days, and remembers events which stand out with the clarity of etchings on glass. Other events are more unfocused —blurred, just faintly recalled. He opens a book which recalls scores of these days and memories. This is his yearbook. He opens a book and sees a picture of one of the biggest games of the year. " Remember how we slaughtered them?” he thinks. Another page. A picture of his tenth-grade geometry teacher, who flunked him. (Not all memories are good). KNIGHT EDITORS-IN-CHIEF (Left to Right) : Susan Caron, Sharon Rigoli, Cathy Crane. STAFF FIRST ROW {Left to Right): Karen Barker, Gary Sarnia, Danny Ippolito, Harry Caruso, Jane Haltmaier, Susan Caron, Sharon Rigoli, Cathy Crane, Joyce Guglielmino, Nina Furnari, Dick Solomon, Bobbie Isherwood, Grace-Ann Ciofolo, Carmen Forseze, Terri Lanni. SECOND ROW: Cindy Brown, Ann Marie Towne, Katie Stewart, Annmarie Manzi, Jim Winning, Mike Thompson, Nancy Fleischman, Freddy Lumb, Cheryl Win¬ ning, Anne Willis, Sue Mason, Linda Timony, Debbie Wonson. THIRD ROW: Laura Hasapis, Marie Meaney, Judy Ciarci, Pat Lawlor, Meg Korb, Patty Sullivan, Kathy McEvoy, Nancy McGrail, Judy Fichera, Tooka McCue, Ginny Stallard, Betsy Windle, Jane Lebreck, Jean Mackey, Dolores Forgetta, Eileen Caron, Peggy Ann Bove, Mimi Rhys. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Casey, Shiela O’Connor, Dawn Lordan, Lynne Stein¬ berg, Cynthia Zahoruiko, Donna Martin, Robin Gartside, Patty Lucas, Maribeth Sullivan, Janet Driscoll, Christine Frank, Zita Murgo, Diana Platt, Elly Adams, Betsy Willis. FIFTH ROW: Marilyn Dill, Cheryl Spinelli, Jean Garofoli, Joanne Barcelona, Beverly Spicer, Marcia Esposito, Diane Zaccari, Maureen Sullivan, Kerry Long, Debbie Closson, Holly Demers, Betsy Doyle, Linda Smith, Marie Damon, Debbie Donovan. o edits the editors? Who is an N. A. Cheerleader? She is, first of all, someone who can sustain the grueling weeks of tryouts and the many afternoons of practice after the squad has been chosen. She is someone who has appearance, pep and personality. She is someone who can face the crowd with a smile and a cheer at the games. And, she is someone who knows the agony of defeat and the ecstasy of victory. . . . This is an N. A. Cheerleader. Co-captains Kerry Long and Bobbi Isherwood with cheerleader advisor Miss Furnari. CHEERLEADERS SEATED (left to right) : Maureen Sullivan, Patty Oakes, Marie Damon, Nina Furnari, Marilyn Dill, Karen Evangelos. SECOND ROW: Jane Vallaincourt, Debbie Canty. THIRD ROW: Debbie Donovan, Barbara Brucato, Kerry Long, Linda McDermott, Mary Lafond. TOP ROW: Pattie Crane, Bobbi Isherwood, Jean Garofoli. 119 FIELD HOCKEY VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right) : Sue Mason, Co-Captain Lee Zappala, Co-Captain Pat Lawlor, Debbie Wonson, Meg Korb, Holly Demers. SECOND ROW: Coach Pamp, Rachel Petralito, Jane Letarte, Claire Giard, Claudia Turner, Lynne Kaler, Anne Willis, Sue Zagorski, Cindy Marston, Marty Larive. MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS " Were No. 1!” If there is any team at N. A. H. S. that can say this year after year, it is the girls championship field hockey team. This year the girls battled to a first place tie with chief rival Andover, as both teams went undefeated. When the teams met during regular season play, they were stalemated at a 0-0 tie. A playoff game was scheduled to break the tie. The girls went into it ready and eager to win. They fought hard, and were well-matched. Just before the end of the first period, Pat Lawlor drove the ball into the Andover net for what proved to be the game winning point, as the final score totaled 1-0. An additional honor for the champs was the naming of three girls as all-stars: Pat Lawlor, Holly Demers and Claudia Turner. Co-captains Pat Lawlor and Lee Zappala. No.1 120 J. V. FIELD HOCKEY Playing in the shadow of the fine N. A. field hockey varsity, with its tra¬ dition of championship teams, must be a difficult task for the members of the junior varsity team. But the girls this year proved equal to the chal¬ lenge, as they also finished in first place. Behind the leadership of co-captains Bev McCarty an d Leslie Harris, and along with the coaching of Mrs. Dowe, the girls compiled a record of five wins, two losses and one tie. J.V. FIELD HOCKEY TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right): Michaelene Dillon, Jane Brien, Jody Robertson, Janice Ventura, Leslie Harris, Beverly McCarty, Nancy Stone, Diane Crawley, Lisa Clamp, Rochelle Silverman. SECOND ROW: Joann Licare, Demetra Siopes, Eileen McEvoy, Debbie Heggarty, Nancy Fleisch- mann, Tina Zahoruiko, Marcia Hennelley, Dianne Smith, Coach Dowe. FOOTBALL A detailed record of the happenings of football 1970 might include the following high points: The time when we slaughtered the Burlington " Red Devils,” and the jubilant bus-ride home; The last 29 seconds of the tension-filled Methuen game; Phil Miller’s brilliant interception at the Billerica game; Bry Cardello’s injury at Masconomet (when we’d used up all our time outs) and the refs called for time out in the last 10 seconds; How we scored first against Andover; The Knight on horseback riding the field; the fan¬ tastic rallies and the way the cheerleaders decorated the boys’ locker room; The choice of the new co-captains—Dave Lynch and Phil Miller; The winning of the awards: The Knight Award, by Captain Joe Lawlor; the Squire Award, by Richard Powers; the Most Improved Player Award, by Mike Long; and the Best Back Award, by Bry Cardello. 122 VARSITY FOOTBALL FIRST ROW (left to right) : William Bushnell, David Puopolo, Robert Dinsmore, Joe Lawlor (Captain), Dick Powers, John SanSoucie. SECOND ROW: Tim Thoren, Steve Crabtree, Bry Cardello, Mike Long, Jim Dufresne, Kevin Sullivan, John McManus, Mr. Rozzi (Assistant Coach). THIRD ROW: Mr. Moynihan (Assistant Coach), Billy Canty, Kevin Brightney, Bill Calder, Jim Greenwood, Bing Miller, John Erie, Bill Fitzpatrick, Ricky Turner, Mr. Roche (Coach). rm g V ' 1 i InyvK ; ' " J V. ' • • mmsz They just make Fall more hm VARSITY COACHES AND CAPTAINS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Richard Rozzi (Assistant Coach), Mr. Daniel Moynihan (Assistant Coach), Joe Lawlor (Captain), Mr. Robert Roche (Coach). TOUCHDOWN! J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM The J.V. football team beat Methuen, tied Billerica, and were in contention in all the other games. The strongest part of the team was the defense, which allowed only ten points per game in the last half of the season. There were no permanent captains, however, the following boys were outstanding through¬ out the entire season—Rick Tur¬ ner, Bill Bushnell, Tom Emmett, Bill Canty, Art Murphy, and the recipient of the Most Valuable Player Award Todd Blevins. J. V. FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right): Mark Willis, Tom Emmett, Steve McCarthy, Billy Driscoll, Todd Blevins, Sam Giarrusso. SECOND ROW: Mr. O ' Neil (Coach), Mike Taylor, Mike Foss, Buddy Murphy, Frank Terranova, Joe Seire, Steve Taylor. the hudd le ■ ' f ' - 78 - 124 GO KNIGHTS milr ’ " imwi err FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right): Mike Peluso, David Verville, A1 Arcifa, Frank Cunningham, James Sullivan, Sean Melvin, Mike Demers. SECOND ROW: Mr. Stone (Coach), Mike Struffolino, Mike Dinsmore, Mike Latin, Kevin McCarthy, Tim Roberts, Don Brasseur, Paul Donovan, Bob DeBarba, David Longton. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Coach Stone summed it up when he said, " These were a great bunch of boys to work with. I only had twenty boys to work with after the season got started, but they all worked hard . . The freshman football team hus¬ tled all the way. They came up victorious against such tough rivals as Andover, Wilmington, and Me¬ thuen. One of the most tense games was against Masconomet. Co-cap¬ tain Frank Cunningham threw a pass to co-captain Leif Korb that produced the only tie of the sea¬ son—14 to 14. The freshman football team has both a solid defense and offense with a strong running game. Cape Ann League, 1973, WATCH OUT! Dainty it a.ixi’t 125 SOCCER Mr. Ball, coach What is it like being on the North Andover soccer team? It is going to long afternon practices to practice the fundamentals of the game. It is tying Andover, after a touch-and-go game. It is playing with such fine athletes as Jim Kennedy, Steve Keisling, Tim Gaffney, Pat Devlin and Tom Gaffney. It is hoping that next year soccer will be made a varsity sport at North Andover High. head SOCCER TEAM KNEELING: John Ball, Skip Flynn. FIRST ROW: Jim Gallenstein, Brian Eaton, Dave Hender¬ son, Greg Melvin, Jeff Farrow, Steve Keisling, Pat Devlin, John Stemke, Peter Garofoli, Kevin Eaton, Brian Steinberg, Tom Baker. SECOND ROW: Ken Bates, Steve Curtin, Tim Gaffney, Jim Kennedy, Henry Cuthbert, John Mitchell, Mark Blevins, Kenny Lafond, Tom Gaffney, Coach Ball. 1 1 m , ' -‘1 1 ’ |»y ® 91 . i if 1 m I B JW 1 ■ X; R JB WEIGHT¬ LIFTING The weight-lifting club is a new activity at North Andover High. The club members spent two or three days a week dur¬ ing the long winter months lifting weights and doing calis¬ thenics. Mr. Roche and Mr. O’Neil supervised the group. WEIGHT-LIFTING TEAM FIRST ROW: Jim Greenwood, Billy Canty, Mark Savukinas, Joe Sherlock, Steve McCarthy, Mark Willis. SECOND ROW: Coach O’Neil, Kevin Brightney, Mike Taylor, Joe Cardoza, Kevin Sulli¬ van, Coach Roche. defense north NQRT rNORTH 14 a NDOV£T north north ANDOVER mm VARSITY BASKETBALL BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Dave Packard, Fred Lumb, T. J. McEvoy, Willie Ratchford, Steve Foster. SECOND ROW: Coach Licare, Jay Enright, Peter Phelan, Ted Maker, Wayne Harper. THIRD ROW: John Carney (Manager), John Erie, Tom Emmett. BASKETBALL The lights are dimmed, the national anthem is heard, and then . . . the introduction of the starting lineup of the North Andover Scarlet Knights. " Senior and Co-captain T. J. McEvoy, senior and co-captain Willie Ratchford, senior Fred Lumb, junior Jay En¬ right, and junior Pete Phelan,” and then the game starts. The Knights shoot well, and have a strong defense. They have managed to come back from losses to Methuen and Billerica and defeat them the second time around. Of course, Andover . . . But again North Andover has gone to the Tech Tourney, finishing the season with a 15-5 record. And again coach Licare has led his Knights through an exciting season. COACH 128 Coach Licare with captains Willie Ratchford and T. J. McEvoy. J.V. BASKETBALL ■ The J. V. basketball team, led by high scoring captain Bill LaBelle, ended their season with a record of 14 wins and only 4 losses. Much of this year’s success is attributed to the fine coaching of Mr. Ficera, as well as, the skill and determination of each individual player. Some of those players, who contributed to the successful season were; Dave Leach, Tim and Tom Gaffney, Ray Patterson and Steve Lundquist. record year FRESHMAN BASKETBALL North Andover has an undefeated basketball team this year, as coach Strobel’s freshman team romped to a 20-0 finish. They were the first freshman team in the history of the school to accomplish this, and also the first to win the Eastern Massachusetts Freshman Tournament. Co-captain Bill Utley, was chosen as the tournament’s most valuable player. The other Co-captains were Andy Breen and Don Brasseur. ... Beware Cape Ann League! J . V. BASKETBALL FIRST ROW (left to right): Steven Lundquist, Bill LaBelle, Dave Leach, Tim Gaffney. SECOND ROW: Dave Puopolo, Ray Patterson, Art Bastien, Tom Gaffney, Jimmy Davis. THIRD ROW: Jeff Farrow, John SanSoucie, Ken Bates, Steve Curtin. AIM HIGH! FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right): Ricky Redman, Don Brasseur, Andy Breen (Captain), Bill Utley, Frank Cunningham, Greg Melvin. SECOND ROW: Chuck Malandrino (Manager), A1 Torrisi (Manager), Eric Nickerson, Kevin McCarty, Bill St. Cyr, Kevin Smith, Jim Zahoruiko, Leif Korb, Vini Vafiades, Coach Stobel. WRESTLING TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right): Lionel Armeen, Joe Camire, Mark Bolan, Frank Lawlor, Joe Scire. SECOND ROW: James Spanks (Manager), Mike O’Con¬ nell, Bob Dinsmore, Paul De- Ronde, Rick Delia, Steve Crab¬ tree, Phil Capodilupo, Kevin Hol¬ land. THIRD ROW: Coach Crozier, Assistant Coach Paul Powers, Louie Pimomi, Bill Fitzpatrick, Frank Stewart, Frank Terranova, Dave Henderson, Tim Roberts, Joe Soucy, Mr. Lahoud. WRESTLING Coach Crozier. He walked into the cafeteria, where the mats had been laid out in preparation for the meet. The two teams were ready. He watched the captains come out to toss a coin— now the meet was ready to begin. He walked to his opponent, shook hands, crossed to the small circle and assumed the neutral wrestling position. He thought fast and decided what to do. A take down, a cradle, and he pinned his rival, winning 5 points for his team. The wrestling team, coached by Mr. Crozier, had a good season, defeating such re¬ spected rivals as Methuen, Dracut, North Reading, Brooks, Greater-Lawrence Regional, and Hamilton-Wenham. Rick D’Elia, Captain, had the best won-lost record and placed in the sectional tournament. The team expects to do even better next year in the Cape Ann League, in competition with teams more our size. Pin him! 132 Man-on-the-spot 8 .. SNAPS! CRACKLES! POPS! 133 Supergroup GIRLS ' BASKETBALL i | fy’ Coach Pamp and Captain Lee Zappala. Five on five is the new form of girls basketball in the Merrimack Valley League. The girls this year had a tough season, but finished at the .500 mark, with a 4-4 record. Here is the starting lineup of the team and each girl’s contribution: Captain Lee Zappala—great ball control—she controls the whole game; Pat Lawlor—consistency and spirit; Sue Zagorski—points! Claudia Turner—that knee; Karen Barker—S-C-O-R-E—SCORE! also: Manager Jean Mackey—enthusiasm; Coach Pamp—guidance and encouragement; And all the other fine players—depth. GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW (left to right): Beverly McCarty, ' Lisa Aziz, Pat Lawlor, Lee Zappala (Captain), Dawn Redman, Holly Demers, Linda Mistretta. SECOND ROW: (Manager) Sue Mason, (Man¬ ager) Jean Mackey, Debbie Wonson, Claudia Turner, Leslie Harris, Terry Lanni, Karen Barker, Chris Clayton, Susan Zagorski, (Manager) Linda Smith, Coach Pamp. 134 High-born Winners A TOUGH ACT70 FOLLOW Show your colors! J.V. BASKETBALL The girls junior varsity basket¬ ball team had a fine season, finish¬ ing second place in the League. Co-captain Tina Zahoruiko was the high scorer, while other reliable point-getters were Jane Brien and Cindy Marston. Jan Ventura, Donna Farrow, Marie Sangermano, Marcia Hennelley, Demetra Siopes, Jo-Ann Licare, Diane Smith, Maria Cassel, Cheryl Jones, Jayne Somers and Kris Clayton contributed to defense and ball-handling. Mrs. Seeley coached the team. JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS’ BASKETBALL BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Donna Farrow, Jo-Ann Licare, Tina Zahoruiko, Cindy Marston, Demetra Siopes, Marie Sangermano. SECOND ROW: Jane Somers, Cheryl Clark, Jane Brien, Maria Cassell, Marcia Hennelly, Diane Smith, Jan Ventura, Mrs. Seeley (Coach). 135 CROSS COUNTRY Qnce there was a cross country team from the Kingdom of North Andover. This cross country team did what all cross country teams do—run. They ran so well they beat Wilmington, Burlington, Greater Lawrence Vocational, Methuen and Brooks. The king of the cross country team (also called " coach”) was Mr. McDonald, and the princes were Mike Caffrey and Ted Maker (the uninformed thought they were " co¬ captains”). Harry Dow was Knighted after finishing in the top ten out of 98 runners. This cross country team finished in fifth place in the league championships, and thirteenth out of 27 teams in the Eastern Mass, championships held at the White Stadium in Boston. Needless to say, they all lived happily ever after. CROSS COUNTRY FIRST ROW (left to right): Ted Maker, Gus Shepard, Mike Caffrey. SECOND ROW: Coach McDonald,, Phil Capodilupo, Ned Smith, Harry Dow, John Gorman. THIRD ROW: Ed Riemitis, Mike Hatem, John Pierog, Dick Fisher. 136 over the river and thru the woods • • • 1970 GOLF Someone once said that a man has to have something to worry about, and that when he has no problems he invents them, so he worries over his golf scores. Well, some people, such as the N.A.H.S. golf team members do worry about their golf scores as can be seen by their excellent record. They had a winning season, finish¬ ing second place, with a 6-3 rec¬ ord. They also had a surprise for other teams—a girl, Ruthann Donahue. Matched against the best player on the opposing team, she consistently came out on top. Other outstanding players were Mark Blevins and Dan Daly. Coach Buco says the team is now looking forward to another season, this time in the Cape Ann League. FIRST ROW (left to right): Dan Daly, Ruth-Ann Donahue, Mark Blevins. SECOND ROW: Skip Flynn, Mark Deyermond, John Cyr, Jim McDermott, Pete Sullivan, Coach Buco. 137 TRACK TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right): Larry Moorer, Ned Smith, Dave Puopolo, Paul Powers, Brian Car- dello, Dick Fisher, Greg Marston, Phil Capodilupo, Harry Dow. SECOND ROW: Mike Taylor, Mike Hatem, Gus Shepard, John Dube, John Pierog, Richard Turner, Dick Powers, Mike Caffrey,’ Joe Soucy, Steve Taylor, Lionel Armeen. THIRD ROW: Paul DeRonde, Ray Wilson, German Cambero, . Tom Gallenstein, Phil Miller, Bill Fitzpatrick, John Stemke, Mike Melvin,’ Richard Hoehn, Bill Bolan, Tony Mangano. .. .A. - ip? r-- ‘ 11 ...— 9, i ji 850 yards to go FAST FINISH! TRACK Coach, Mr. Crozier Flash!—Who was that?—Flash!— There goes another one! It’s hard to tell these NA trackmen apart—one word applies to all of them—FAST! One of the fastest was Captain Bryant Cardello, who set records in the 440 and 880. Who set a record in the triple jump?—Gus Shepard, of course. The low hurdle?—Ask Larry Moorer. Other outstanding trackmen were Ted Maker, Richard Powers, and Tom Gallenstein. 139 BASEBALL What is it like being on the North Andover High baseball team? It is knowing the triumphs of the Methuen, Dracut, and Tewksbury games. It is feeling the disappointment of losing seven games—by one run. It is seeing fine playing by such staunch athletes as Co-captains Gary Sarnia and Steve Foster. Most of all, it is the sense of comradeship and cooperation one achieves through working with the members of the team. BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right) : Bob Dinsmore, David Packard, Bill Fraser, Joe Cardoza, Mike Long, Gary Samia, Jim Kennedy. SECOND ROW: Coach Strobel, Steve Patterson, Gary Mawson, John Erie, Jim Dufresne, John Ranfone, Bill Stevens and friend. play ball -■ ' ' M ' ■Hi 141 compete SOFTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW (left to right) : Dawn Redman, Claire Giard, Beverly McCarty, Joan Procter, Lisa Aziz, Rachel Petralito. SECOND ROW: Coach Pamp, Holly Demers, Jean Mackey, Susan Mason, Pat Lawlor, Donna Martin, Lee Zappala, Karen Cushing, Sandy White. THIRD ROW: Claudia Turner, Susan Zagorski, Mary Julie Connor, Chris Clayton, Mary Alice Rock. SOFTBALL The girls’ softball team is a team that came from ninth to fourth place in a single season— behind the forceful pitching of co-captain elect Donna Martin and the heads-up plays of the rest of the girls. Its record of four and four doesn’t tell the whole story. The girls got off to a bad start, losing their first four. But then the team seemed to jell, and the turning point was a victory over Methuen—an exciting win, 4-3— in extra innings. From then on the girls had a perfect record. Pat Lawlor, Lee Zappala, Claire Giard, Claudia Turner and co-captains elect Donna Martin and Sue Mason are among the returning players. Miss Pamp coached the team. 142 SENIOR DIRECTORY MICHAEL P. ALAIMO, " Mike”, Football 1, 3; Track 1; Intramurals; J. P. Stevens MARK ALBIS, " Mark”, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; DeMoulas JOYCE M. ANDRUKAITIS, " Horace Greeley”, French Club 1; Ski Club 1, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Basketball 1, 2; Softball Intramurals 2; Field Hockey Intramurals 1, 2, 3 NICHOLAS A. ARTIMOVICH II, " Nick”, Russian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, (Assistant Vice President), 4 (President); National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 4 JEAN AYOTTE, " Jean”, French Club 1, 2; Intramural Gymnastics 1; Intramural Softball 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Spree DAVID BALZIUS, " Dave”, Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Private Land¬ scaper KAREN J. BARKER, Tolkien Society 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Math Club 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN ANN BARNES, " Kathy”, Library Club 1; Squire 2 LLOYD BAUCHMAN, " Lloyd”, Westside Texaco HELEN M. BEAUDOIN, " Helen”, Softball Intramurals 1; Basketball Intramurals 1; Shady Knoll Nursing Home JEAN L. BEELEY, " Beels”, Ski Club 3, 4; Yearbook 3; French Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Sutherlands Dr. Fowler’s ROSE BELLE ISLE, Ski Club 3, 4; Pine Crest Nursing Home BRUCE S. BEVANS, " Bruce”, Framingham North High: Jazz Band 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; North Andover High: Band 3, 4; De¬ Moulas Super Market RAYMOND BLACK, " Blacky”, Eddie Goodman’s Box Co. NANCY J. BODGE, " Nanc”, Pep Club 3; Dramatic Club 3; Business Club 3, 4 PEGGY ANN BOVE, " Peggy”, Squire 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Color Guard 3; Tolkien Society 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4; French Club 4; Prep Club 4 DIANNE M. BOWMAN, " Bowey”, Yearbook 4; DeMoulas FAYE BRIGHTMAN, " Faye” CYNTHIA BROWN, " Cindy”, Ski Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Pep Club 3; Bicycle Club 4 BARBARA M. BRUCATO, " Babs”, Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Student Council 2; Homeroom Representative 2; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2 MARGO D. BRUNELLE, " Margo”, Art Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Spree DIANE BUCHANAN, " Diane”, Grants KEVIN M. BUSSIERE, " Kevin ”, Chess Club 1, 4; Science 1, 2, 3 (Sec- retary-Treas.), 4 (Vice President); Russian Club 3; DeMoulas DEBBIE BUTTERFIELD, " Butts”, Photography Club 4 MICHAEL J. CAFFREY, " Mike”, Ski Club 1, 2; Photography Club 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain) WILLIAM CALDER, " Bill”, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1 PAUL JAMES CALZETTA, " Paul”, Business Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1; Calzetta’s Farm BARBARA L. CANONICO, " Barbara”, Art Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Glennie’s Dairy Bar BRYANT C. CARDELLO, " Bry”, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2 EILEEN CARON, French Club 1, 2, 4; Future Teachers of America 1, 2; Newspaper 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 4, (Senior Representative); Girls Athletic Asso. 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Basketball 2 SUSAN CARON, " Sue”, The Knight 3 (Junior Editor), 4 (Co-Editor); Squire 1, 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 4; Prep Club (Secretary) 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; DeMoulas Supermarket HAROLD CARUSO, " Harry”, Photography Club 1, 2, 3 (Vice President), 4 (President); Prom Committee; Yearbook Staff 3, 4 (Photo Editor); Squire 4 (Photo Editor); Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Meadow View Apt. CHERYL ANN CASEY, " Sherry”, Cheerleader 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Squire 4; Prep Club 4; Dramatic Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2 SUSAN C. CHAREST, " Sue”, Business Club 4; Prep Club 4; Library Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 4 WILLIAM N. CHEPULIS, " Bill”, Russian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Tolkien Society 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4 (Assistant Vice President); Stevens Memorial Li brary JUDY CIARCIA, " Twinkles”, Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President); Knight 4 Biography Staff; Pioneer Cleaning Co. GRACE-ANN CIOFOLO, " Grace-Ann”, Student Council 2 (Secretary- Treasurer), 4; French Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4;. Squire 3, 4; Yearbook 4 (Advertising Editor); Prep Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Honor Society 3, 4; DeMoulas DONALD CLARK, " Don”, Band 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Steven’s Mill DEBORAH W. CLOSSON, " Debbi”, Governor Livingston Regional H. S., Berkeley Heights, N. J.: Tri-Eps 1, 2 (Treasurer); Yearbook 3 (Assistant Editor); Girl’s Athletic Asso. 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; Pep Club 2, 3; NAHS: Biography Staff 4; Prom Committee; Spree DANIEL COADY, " Dan” STEVEN CRABTREE, " Crabby”, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3, 4 CATHY CRANE, " Cathy”, Yearbook 3, 4 (Co-Editor); Dramatic Club I, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Squire 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Treadwell’s Ice Cream Inc. SHARON J. CROTEAU, " Sharon”, Russian Club 1, 2, 3; Tolkien Society 3; Squire 3; Afro-American Society 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 4; Spree DONNA A. CULVER, " Don”, Library Aide 1, 2; Prep Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Dramatic Club 1; Ski Club 3; Pine Crest Nursing Home HENRY CUTHBERT, " Henry”, Afro-American Society 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Russian Club 2, 3; Prep Club 4; Science Club 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 4 BRENDA CYR, " Brenda”, Dramatic Club 3; Pep Club 3 DANIEL DALY, " Danny”, National Honor Society 3, 4; Football 1; Golf 1, 2, 3; White Beverage Co. WILLIAM R. DARGAN, " Bill”, Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 4; Kap’s Store RICK D’ELIA, " Nert”, Wrestling 2, 3, 4 (Captain) HOLLY DEMERS, " Holly”, Class Representative 4; Student Council 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary); Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4 (Presi¬ dent); Pep Club 3, 4; Squire 3, 4 (Feature Editor); Knight 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Secretary); Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Softball 3, 4 (Manager); Pope’s of North Hampton RENE J. DEMERS, " Rene”, Football 2, 3 PAUL DERONDE, " Paul”, Prep Club 4; Cross Country 1; Track 3, 4; Wrestling 4; Golf 2; Schlitz Draught Distributors GARY DETORA, " Arlo”, Audio Visual 4; Photography 4; Cross Country 1; John Detora’s Market PATRICK DEVLIN, " Dev”, Track 1, 2; Cross Country 2, 3; Soccer 4 ROBERT C. DINSMORE, " Bob”, Prep Club 4; Yearbook Biography Staff 4; Football 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4 STEVE DOHERTY, " Steve”, Science Club 3, 4; DeMoulas JANET P. DRISCOLL, " Jan”, Color Guard 1, 2; Majorettes 3; Pep Club 3; Prep Club 4; Knight 4; Dramatic Club 4; Ski Club 4; Yum Yum Shop WILLIAM KANE DUNLAP, " Bill”, Dramatic Club 1, 2; Prep Club 4; Boston University Conf. Center TOM DUNN, " Dunny”, Football 1, 2; Campion Hall, Camelot SENIOR DIRECTORY MARSHA L. EATON, " Arnie”, Dramatic Club 1, 4; Library Club 2, 3; Pine Crest Nursing Home DAVID EDWARDS, " Dave”, Photography Club 3, 4 PAULA EMMONS, " Paula”, Art Club 4; French Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Internal Revenue BRUCE EPSTEIN, " Bruce”, Baseball 1, 2 (Captain); Golf 3; Spree BARBARA ANN ERBAN, " Barbara”, French Club 1; Math Club 2, 3; Student Faculty Committee 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 (Vice President), 4 (President); National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (President); Squire 2, 3, 4 (Editor); Arlington Trust KAREN SUE EVANGELOS, " Karen”, Band 1; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Secretary—Treasurer 2; Yearbook 3, 4 (Circula¬ tion Editor); Prom Committee 3, 4; Cheeleader 3 (Co-Captain), 4 JAMES FAZIO, " Jim”, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 JUDITH ANDREA FICHERA, " Fish”, Dramatic Club 1, 2; Squire 3; Knight 4; Pep Club 3; Prep Club 4; Basketball Intramurals 2, 3 RONALD E. FIONTE, " Ron”, Library 3; Messina’s Market JAMES FITZGERALD, " Fitz”, Audio Visual 3, 4; Science 3; Showcase Cinema’s DOLORES FORGETTA, " Dodo”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Business Club 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; Spree CARMEN FORZESE, " Carmen”, Student Council 1, 2; Business Club 2; Football 1, 2; Highway Grocery ST EPHEN EDWARD FOSTER, " Fossie”, Squire 3; Football 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain) THOMAS FOUNTAIN, " Wally”, Hollins Super Service CHRISTINE ELAINE FRANK, " Chris”, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Prep Club 4; Squire 3, 4 (Business Editor); Knight 4; Tolkien Society 3; French Club 1; Math Club 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1; Chorus 1; Bicycle Club 4; DeMoulas THOMAS GALLENSTEIN, " Tom”, Science Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Football 1; Soccer 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Heritage Green Apt. ROBIN A. GARTSIDE, " Robin”, French Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Yearbook 4 (Literary Staff); Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; DeMoulas ARTHUR N. GAUDET, " Art”, Library Club 1, 2 (Vice President) 3, 4; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3 (President), 4; Science Club 1; French Club 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4; Trombly Motor Coach Service STEVEN GIAQUINTA, " Steve”, Football 1 PATRICIA GOLDEN, " Pat”, Afro-American Society 4; Majorettes 3; Spree RANDY GOULD, " Randy”, Science Club 3, 4; Audio-Visual Club 3; (Biography) Yearbook 4; French Club 4; Soccer 3; Honor Society 4; DeMoulas JOYCE THERESE GUGLIELMINO, " Joyce”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice Pres.); French Club 1, 2; Squire 3, 4 (Editor); Russian Club 2, 3 (Treasurer); Math Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Tolkien Society 3 (President), 4; Choir Quartet 1; Band 4 (Drum Majorette); North Andover Citizen JANE THERESA HALTMAIER, " Jane”, Student Council 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice President); Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer); Russian Club 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Math Club 2, 3 (Junior Officer), 4; Squire 3, 4; Yearbook 4 (Literary Editor); Cherry Webb RUSSELL P. HAMEL, " Russ”, Art Club 2; Cross Country 1; Track 1, 2; Butcher Boy Market BRUCE HANNAY, " Bruce”, Band 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; DeMoulas MAUREEN HANOVER, " Moe”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 4; Prom Committee 4; Basketball Intramurals 1; Glennie’s Dairy Bar CRAIG HARRIMAN, " Craig”, Russian Club 1; Wrestling 2 LAURA HASAPIS, " Laura”, Math Club 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3; Squire 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 4 (Secretary); Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4 PATRICIA HAYES, " Pat”, Chorus 2; Math Club 2; Drama Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2 (Vice President), 3, 4 (President) JOHN HEENAN, " Happy”, Band 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; Library 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Cross Country 2, 3; Pewter Pot Muffin House DONALD J. HENNESSY, " Don”, Haffners RICHARD HOEHN, " Rich”, Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Demers’ Texaco ROBERTA ELLYN HOLLAND, " Bobbi”, Art Club 1, 2; Prep Club 4; Pep Club 2 KATHY M. HOWARTH, " Howie”, French Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Pine Crest Nursing Home KAREN C. IANNAZZI, " Karen”, Dramatic Club 3, 4; Russian Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 4 DANIEL F. IPPOLITO, " Dan”, Yearbook 4; Messina’s Market ROBERTA M. ISHERWOOD, " ’Bobbie”, Ski Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook (Typing Editor) 4; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4 (Captain) Tripoli Bakery MARCIA A. JOHNSON, " Marsh”, Majorettes 2, 3; Student Council Rep. 1; Drama Club Executive Committee 4; Dramatic Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Prep Club 4; Pep Club 3; Sutherland’s ANASTASIA S. KATSIKAS, " Annie” STEVEN M. KEISLING, " Keis”, Science Club 1; Prep Club 4; Basketball 1, 2; Basketball Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 1 JAMES MICHAEL KENNEDY, " Ken”, Ski Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4 (Tri-Captain); Basketball 1; Far Corners Golf Course CAROLYN SCHUYLER KIMBALL, Chess Club 1; Majorettes 2, 3 DAVID KIMBALL, " Dave”, Boston University and Haffners MARGARET KORB, " Meg”, Squire 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL KOTCE, " Mike”, Dramatic Club 3, 4; Afro-American Society 4 MARY E. LAFOND, " Mar”, Ski Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; DeMoulas THERESA A. LANNI, " Terry”, Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Tolkien Club 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Afro-American Society 4; Homeroom Representative 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey Intramurals 1, 2, 3 GAIL B. LAURETTE, Color Guard 3; Business Club (Secretary) 4; Earlington’s JOSEPH W. LAWLOR, JR., " Joe”, Chess Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Track 2; Far Corners Golf Course PATRICIA LAWLOR, " Pat”, Squire 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sports Editor); Year¬ book 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 JANE ELLEN LEBRECK, Yearbook 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Prep Club 4; Math Club 2; Bicycle Club 4; French Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 4 DONNA MARIE LeCLAIR, " Donna”, French Club 1; Dramatic Club 4; North Andover Citizen LYNDA LEONE, " Lynda”, Dramatic Club 1; Majorettes 1; Color Guard 2; Ski Club 1; Friendly Ice Cream Stand THOMAS LEONE, " Tom”, Football 1; Baseball 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Grants BARBARA LIND, " Barbie”, French Club 4; Finance Club 1; Welfare Group 2; Tutoring Club 2; Spree JOANNE M. LOFFREDO, " Jo”, Russem’s LAURENCE LOFFREDO, " Larry”, L.H.S. Track 1, 2; Biology Club 3; Wrestling 1; Lawrence Eagle Tribune KERRY M. LONG, Ski Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 2; Basketball Intramurals 1; Cheerleader 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Tripoli Bakery; Playground Instructor MICHAEL LONG, " Mike”, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4 DAWN LIN LORD AN, " Chang”, Band 1; Music Librarian 2; Music Club 2; Drama 3, 4; Art Club 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Chorus 2, 4 (Co- President); Avon Products, Inc. SENIOR DIRECTORY FREDERICK GEORGE LUMB, " Peaches” Chess Club 1; Yearbook 4; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Old Colony Gas Station JOSEPH J. LYNCH, " Joe”, Student Council 1, 2, 3; Vice President of Class 1, 2; Class Representative 3; Yearbook 4 (Sports Editor); Photog¬ raphy Club 3; Dramatic Club 4; Basketball 1 CYNTHIA A. MacDONALD, " Cyndie”, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Basketball In¬ tramurals 2; Hospital Service Technology JEAN MACKEY, Student Council 4; Squire 4; Yearbook 4; Prep Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Field Hockey 4 (Manager); Softball 3; Basketball 4 (Manager); Danvers High: Future Nurses Club 1, 2 (Treasurer); Basketball 2 ANNMARIE MANZI, " Fred”, Ski Club 1, 2 (Sec.-Treasurer) 3, 4; Photography Club 2 (Sec.-Treasurer) 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Squire 3, 4; Knight 4; Tolkien Society 3; French Club 1, 4; Library Aide 4; Prep Club 4; Afro-American Society 4; Prom Committee 3; Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2 EDWARD MANZI, " Eddie”, Track 1; Cross Country 1; Lawrence Eagle Tribune CAROL A. MARKEY, " Carol”, Majorettes 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Prep Club 4; Business Club 3, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; Softball Intramurals 1, 2; Messina’s Market DONNA MARIE MARTIN, " Donna”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; French Club 1; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 4 (Manager); Softball 2, 3, (Co- Captain) 4 SUE MASON, " Sue”, Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Squire 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Knight 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Basketball Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4 SUE ANN MASSEY, " Sue”, Band 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Shady Knoll Nurs¬ ing Home GARY MAWSON, " Gary”, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Admiral Folding Box Company JACQUELINE M. McCARTY, " Jackie”, Photography Club 4; Field Hockey 1, 2 CHRISTINE A. McCUE, " Tooka”, Squire 2, 4; Knight 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Pine Crest Nursing Home KATHLEEN M. McEVOY, " Kathy”, Yearbook 4; Prep Club 4; Intra¬ mural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Grants North Andover Mall NEIL C. McEVOY, " Tim Bogert”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 1; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President); Basketball 1 (Manager); Baseball 1; Football 1 (Manager); Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Haffner’s Exterior Carwash THOMAS J. McEVOY, " T. J.”, Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); North Andover Country Club EDWARD L. McGEE, JR., " Carmine”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4 (President); Bob White’s Town Line Restaurant NANCY P. McGRAIL, " Juan”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Squire 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Knight 4; Prom Committee 3, 4 JIMMY McGUIRE, " Quin”, Track 1; J T Gulf Service Center; North Andover Autobody A. MARIE MEANEY, " Marie”, Dramatic Club 4; French Club 4; Squire 4; Yearbook 4 PAUL MEDOLO, " Dolo”, Prep Club 4; Voke: Football 1; Basketball 1; Chris’ Miniature Golf SUZANNE MEIKLE, " Sue” DEBRA M. MESSINA, " Debbie”, Prep Club; Sears Roebuck and Com¬ pany PAMELA J. MESSINA, " Pam”, Messina’s Inc. of Lawrence JOHN STUART MITCHELL, " Mitch”, Dramatic Club 3, 4; Baseball 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4; North Andover Country Club JAMES MICHAEL MONTANARO, " Monty”, Prep Club 4; Science Club 3; DeMoulas Market JANET A. MOORE, " Janet”, Spree Toy Store LINDA MORO, " Lynn”, Shady Knoll Nursing Homa ZITA MURGO. " Zita”, Majorettes 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4 BARBARA ANNE MURPHY, " Murph”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Library Aide 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Tolkien Society 3, 4; Intramural Field Hockey 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Russem’s Pinecrest Nursing Home LOUIS A. NAPOLI, " Nap”, Audio Visual Club 1; Wrestling 1; Track 3; DeMoulas Super Market. RITA C. J. K. NAPOLITANO, " Nap”, Prep Club 4; Color Guard 3; Majorette 4; Library Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4 ELLEN M. NUSSBAUM, " Ellen”, Shady Knoll Nursing Home PATRICIA E. OAKES, " Oakesy”, Freshman Vice President; Cheerleader 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Grants—North Andover Mall SHEILA A. O’CONNOR, " Sheila”, Russian Club 1, 2, 3; Tolkien Society 3, 4 (Secretary); Majorette 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Prep Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Knight 4; Prom Committee 4; Library Club 1, 2 (Secretary) JANICE O’LEARY, " Jan”, Library Aide 4; Prep Club 4; Basketball 1; Ski Club 4; Intramural Sports 4; Pewter Pot Muffin House DAVID J. PACKARD, " Dave”, Prep Club 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; North Andover Country Club THEODORE PASTERNAK, " Ted”, Prep Club; Wrestling 1, 2; Con¬ verse Rubber; Stevens’ Mill STEPHEN PATTERSON, " Buck”, Prep Club 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basket¬ ball 1, 2; North Andover Country Club JOHN C. PETERSON, " Pete”, Dramatic Club 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Mc- Lay’s Garden Center JOHN S. PETRALITO, " Petro”, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Audio Visual Club 3; DeHullu’s Market PETER PHANEUF, " Pete”, Photography Club 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer), 4 (Vice President); Student Council 3 (Representative); Cross Country 1, 2 STEVE PHELAN, " Steve” RICHARD PHILLIPS, " Smickey”, Art Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Basket¬ ball 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2 CHARLES K. PICKARD, " Charlie”, Field Stream Club; Folk Music Club; George H. Farr (Builder) DIANA L. PLATT, Dramatic Club 4; Squire 4; Knight 4; French Club 4; Library Club 2, 3; Biology Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Cheerleader 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Stevens Memorial Library KENNETH PORTER, " Ken” PAUL M. POWERS, " Bear”, Class Representative 1, 2, 3; Prom Commit¬ tee 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President); Foot¬ ball 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, Assistant Coach 4; Richard’s T.V. RICHARD A. POWERS, " Dick”, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 JANET PULA, " Janis”, Art Club 2, 3, 4; Squire 1, 3, 4; Photography Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Afro-American Society 4; Tolkien Society 3; Grants JEFFREY PYBUS, " Jeff”, Football 1; Basketball 1, 2 WILLIAM RATCHFORD, " Pete”, Afro-American Society 4 (President); Student-Faculty Committee 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4 (Cap¬ tain); Track 2, 3, 4 SENIOR DIRECTORY ROBIN R. REDMAN, " Rosy”, Chorus 4; Biography Editor 4 (Knight); President 4 (Chorus); Avon (Saleslady) MARCIE KING RHYS, " Marcie”, Band 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 3, 4; Music Appreciation Club 3 MIMI RHYS, " Mim”, Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Knight 4; Music Club 2; Bicycle Club 4 SHARON A. RIGOLI, " Rigs”, Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3 (Jun¬ ior Ed.), 4 (Co-Editor); French Club 4 (President) LINDA MARIE RITTER, " Critter " ERNEST ROBERTS, " Ernie”, Converse Rubber Company MARY ELLEN ROBERTSON, " Mary Ellen”, Prep Club; Dramatic Club 3; Ski Club 2, 3; French Club 4; Pep Club 3; P ewter Pot Muffin House SCOTT R. ROBINSON, " Robo”, Student Council; Class President 1, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 2 GARY SAMIA, " Sam”, Squire 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4 (President); Pep Club 4; Prep Club 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3, 4; Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; DeMoulas Super Market PAUL A. SAPIENZA, " Sap”, Pizza King DEBBIE A. SARNBLAD, " Debbie”, Shrewsbury High School; Student Council 1; Secretary 1; Delta Sorority 1; Freshman Dance 1; Dramatic Club 1; Basketball 1; Soccer 1; Paul Sheehan’s Apartment GAIL ANN SHELLNUT, " Gail”, Library Club; Godins 5 10 AUGUSTA SHEPARD, " Gus”, Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 JOE SHERLOCK, " Joe”, Student Council Representative 1; Cross Coun¬ try 3; Yearbook 4; Afro-American Society 4; Basketball Intramurals 3; Dramatic Club 4; Bresnahan’s Esso Service Station BETH H. SILVERMAN, " Beth”, Class Vice President 3; Russian Club President 1; Basketball 1, 2; Richard Bennett Tailors BARBARA SLIPP, " Barbara”, Prep Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2 JAMES SMITH, " Jim” LAUREN L. SMITH, " Larry Boy”, Dramatic Club 4; Barker’s Farm RONALD SMITH, " Smitty”, Soccer 2, 3; Doctors’ Hospital (Col. Ohio) ROY W. SMITH, " Smitty”, Ski Club 2, 3; Glennies’ Dairy Bar RICHARD C. SOLOMON, " Dick”, Art Club 2, 3, 4 (President); Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4 NATALIE J. SPAMPINATO, " Nat”, Davis Sportswear, Inc. LEO SPEARS, " Leo”, DeMoulas Super Market ANN MARIE ST. CYR, Chorus 1, 2, 3; Music Appreciation Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Business Club 3 (Vice President), 4 (President); Knight 4; Pinecrest Nursing Home; Dr. Eugene A. Beliveau (Dental Assistant) GINNY STALLARD, " Ginna”, Dramatic Club 1, 2; Photography Club 4; Art Club 1; Squire 4; One-Hour Martinizing LYNNE STEINBERG, " Lynne”, Library Club 2; Russian Club 3; Drama¬ tic Club 2, 3, 4; Squire 3, 4; Knight 4; Tolkien Society 3 (Vice Presi¬ dent) 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4; N. A. Citizen KATIE STEWART, " Katie”, Ski Club 1, 2, 3 (Vice Pres.), 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Tolkien Society 4; Prep Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Afro- American Society 4; Knight; Prom Committee 3, 4; Bicycle Club 4; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; DeMoulas MARIBETH THERESE SULLIVAN, " Sully”, Dramatic Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Business Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Knight 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Field Hockey I, 2, 3; Glen¬ nies MAUREEN T. SULLIVAN. " Mo " , Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; Treadwell’s Ice Cream PATRICIA W. SULLIVAN, " Sull”, Sec.-Treasurer 1; Vice Pres. 2; Rep¬ resentative 3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prep Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 2; Cheerleader 3; Sterling’s Drug Store THOMAS SWANSON, " Tom”, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 NORMAN L. SYBERT, " Congo”, Science Club 1; Soccer 2, 3; Football 1; Meadowview Apartments MICHAEL F. THOMPSON, " Mike”, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Knight Staff 4; Football 1, 3; Cross Country 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Thompson Electric LINDA A. TIMONY, " Tim”, Prep Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Squire 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; Band 1; Color Guard 3; Majorette 4; Photography Club 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Field Hockey 1, 2; Mr. Donut ANNE-MARIE TOWNE, " Anna” LINDA M. TROVATO, " Library Club 1, 2, 3; Prep Club 4; Russian Club 3; Messina’s Market GISELA TUCHTENHAGEN, " Gila”, Art Club; Band 4 DENISE M. VANASSE, " Denise”, Spree Toy Store KEITH VAN HEUKELOM, " Heuk”, Russian Club 1 SUSAN VAUGHAN’ " Sue” MARIANNE WALKUP, " Mary”, Library Club 1, 2, 3; Prep Club 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Turnstyle Dept. Store FREDERICK A. WALSHE, " Fred”, Band 1 GARY WILKINSON, " Wink”, Chess Club 1, 2; Baseball 1; Bowling Club 1; Boston University Conference Center EDWARD L. WILLIAMS, JR., " Ed”, Band 3, 4 (Vice President); Soc¬ cer 3 ELIZABETH JOAN WILLIS, " Betsy”, Dramatic Club 4; Squire 3, 4; Knight 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2; Boston University Conference Center BETSY WINDLE, " Betsy” JAMES K. WINNING, " Jim”, Ski Club 2, 3 (President); Dramatic Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Football 1; Baseball 3, 4; Thompson’s Restaurant DEBRA WONSON, " Debby”, Pep Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Squire 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Photog¬ raphy 4; Ski Club 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball 1, 2, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain Pizza MARTHA ANN WOOD, " Marty”, Library Club 1, 2; Business Club 4; Color Guard 2; Pinecrest Nursing Home MARGARET YERIAN, " Peggy”, Yearbook 4 DIANE M. ZACCARI, ”Di”, French Club 1, 2; Squire 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Prep Club; Treadwell’s Ice Cream CYNTHIA ZAHORUIKO, " Cindy”, Drama Club 1, 2 (Exec. Commit¬ tee), 3 (Treasurer), 4; French Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 1, 2, 3; Squire 2, 3, 4 (News Editor); Tolkien Society 3; Yearbook (Literary Staff) 4; Tutoring for GLEAM (Greater Lawrence Ecumenical Area Ministry); International Order of Rainbow for Girls 3, 4 (Line Officer); Messina’s Market LEONORA ZAPPALA, " Lee”, Student Council 2, 3 4 (Secretary-Treas¬ urer); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Cap¬ tain); Softball 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4 (Sports Editor); Squire 3; Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3 - -»- - yflBifnuni Hipap mm ?- . EtuOe- IVilNine New England ' s largest daily OFFSET newspaper, serving Greater Lawrence, communities in Essex- County, Middlesex County, and Southeastern New Hampshire. $ WEBB VI SALES RENTALS SCHOOLS COLLEGES CAPS GOWNS HOODS UNIVERSITY CAP GOWN CO., INC. LAWRENCE, MASS. 147 CLASS OF ' 77 BEST WISHES MESSINA ' S MARKET, INC. 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