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

 - Class of 1977

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' t i M r " To lose a friend is the greatest of all evils, | . but endeavor rather to rejoice that you 3 V W fci possessed him than to mourn his loss, OUR COMPEHTION lierald Ford NUMERO = ( Carter j Debatina the Debates WORLD _ I__ sung oozbuibib; chool Flu Shots Ybgurtf g ccCYO Foot r ball J ViPR Philip M. Arcidi Joseph Patrick Armitage Deborah Ann Barrows Senior Class Officers (L-R); Patty Miller, President; Tim McCarron, Vice-President; Tina Messina, Secre¬ tary. Anne C. Baade Patricia L. Aziz 20 Barry Noebel Steven D. Beaton Catherine Birch Karl F. Bishoff Ann Bernardin Cheryl Ann Bevin 21 Robert J. Bisson, Jr. James E. Blackwell David Blanchard 22 Shaun M, Callagy James Camire Nancy Ann Campbell 23 Karl Bishoff r wd 1 j| r9 William D. Carney Patricia Carbone Mark Caponette 24 I ! i: ‘ I I Kathy Doyle i Tricia Cashman William J. Carragher Jeannine M. Carrier Linda C. Chadwick Daniel J. Chaisson f 25 David T. Clark Peter M. Coco Sharon M. Connelly Debra A. Connors 26 1 Kathleen M. Costello James L. Crane William D. Coskren Sandra L. Crouch Laurie Crompton Carol Cunningham Debbie Vernile Tersia Dale Cunningham 27 Maria Galvagna, Ann Bernardin and MaryBeth Pierog Bette Jo DeLisle Eileen M. Dean Thomas M. Daly Cynthia Jean DeMarco 28 Kevin A. DeNuccio David M. Detora Joan E. Dewhirst Dan Chaisson and Don Scheipers Lori A. Diamond Larry Dickerson 29 Beth Morton and Kevin Murphy Frederick Dodge Nancy J. Doherty Cornelius J. Donnelly Chris D. Donovan Jami E. DiZazzo Gail Ann Donahue 30 t I I ! i J Ann M. Driscoll Susan Marie Driscoll Bill Carney 31 Carolyn E. Eddy Joseph R. Elbeery Rosemary J. Eldred 32 Timothy Farrell Oliver B. Ferguson Joe Armitage Sharon Finelli Paul A. Fionte 33 Linda Eileen Fladager Barthalomew Forgetta, Jr Charles Fiorino Frances P. Forzese Mary E. Fountain Jack Freedman Tina Messina John W. Friedlander 34 Leslie A. Good Pat Gorham Doug Fyfe Steven Glickman Dan Sullivan Maria Galvagna Valerie P. Gacioch James B. Gillen S’ 35 Pamela J. Hickey Terrence P. Holland Gus Salvetti Joanne M. Horton Claire Hudson 38 Ruth A. lannazzi Christopher W. Jennison David B. Johnson I Charlene Eaton and Robin Hazarvartian 39 Stephen H. Johnson Susan L. Johnson Kim Smith and Colleen Canty Debra Kandrut Marie Ann Karolisyn Ann Marie Keegan 40 Timothy H. Keegan Debbie M. Kent Sherry L. Kent Lynne A. Kelley Janice Elaine Kelsey Debbie Kent 41 Kevin W. Kilcoyne David O. Kirk Donna M, Koebrick Brad Mayer Jeri-Lynn Koeske Don LaBelle David R. Koczera Jeffrey J. Kingsley 42 Nancy Patricia LaPlante Ron Nixon Nancy Laurendeau 43 Steve Leach Denise M. Lenois Diane Lenois 44 1 Ellen Patricia Long Cindy Roop 45 Maureen L, Long Donna Jean Lundquist Kathy Wentworth and Rosemary Eldred Martha Lynch Steven A. Lynch 46 I I Anne M. MacLeish Virginia Lynch Maureen M. Madden James E. Mandry Edna M. Mangano Allen R. Maranto 1 Ruth B. Marshall Lisa J. Marocco Edie Marsh Liz Eckerson Lynn A. Martin Sandra Martin 48 I James P. Martineau Brad Mayer Timothy Michael McCarron Jeff Kingsley Robert G. Massey John R. Mascola 49 Jannell M. McCarthy Margot McCarthy Jack McEvoy Ann L, McKallagat Tim Keegan Judy McCarty Sharon R. McHale Joan Medolo 50 Tina M. Messina Greg Middlemiss Patricia Ann Miller Cherilyn E. Miller Scott D. Miller Ann Keegan Elizabeth Ann Morton Corby C. Mitchell 51 Kevin M. Murphy Ronald L. Nixon Barry Noebel David Norris Lilly S. Norris David Taylor 52 Sabine Werner Patrick O’Brien James G. Oldfield John C. Olwine, III i Christine A. Onanian George C. Otis Deborah J. Owen Nancy Guglielmino, Peggy Landry, and Edna Mangano Ismail H. Ozberak Christine M. Packard Janis Paiva 54 Sue Hodgkins, Gayle Hurley and Debbie Smith Raymond Perez Janice P. Peluso Wendy Peterson 55 D. Kevin Phair Joseph L. Phelan Lori Watson Richard A. Pierro, Jr. Mary E. Pierog Leslie Phelan 56 1 s ! Karen A. Pike Betsy J. Plant Glenn Pryor Jim Gillen Judith A. Quintal Daniel W. Reposa 57 Curt Robinson Mary Rokes James Rullo James D. Roche Kathleen Roche ' , t Cynthia Lynn Roop Cherilyn Miller and Kelly Trainor Mary Ryan 58 I I ' Michael D. Ryan Laurie Sawyer Donald L. Scheipers Lisa A. Seccareccio Danno Coskren Joseph F. Shalhoup Augustine Salvetti 59 Sharon Shepley VN William J. Shepley III Steven Martin Shuman David J. Sifferlen Carol Sliwinski Jeri-Lynn Koeske 60 1 Kimberly J. Smith Steve Lynch f . Wendy J. Smith Ellen Merle Somers 1 Nancy Mallette Debra Ann Smith 61 Fran Forzese Bonnie S. Stevenson Tara M. Stiglin ! 62 t • »Vt5r ' " V Jim Mandry David A. Taylor Barry Sullivan Robert Daniel Sullivan David Tarlian 63 Maryann G. Testa John Theberge Rozilyn Theriault Sue Hanson 64 if Dawna Ursillo Paula Vanasse Richard Pierro, Bob Barclay and Steve Shuman George Van Buskirk Leslie Towne Elizabeth Kelly Trainor Doug Treadwell 65 Deborah A. Waldman Debra A. Vernile Wendy Smith Stanley R. Ward Lori Watson I Carol A. Weigel 66 Elisa M. Welch Kathleen M. Wentworth Sabine Werner Charlene Wentworth David Detora Pamela A, Whalen 67 Kevin Whitehead Debbie L. Wilson John Mascola Jayne A. Witzgall Brian E. Wolfenden V f Mary A. Woodcock 68 I Thomas Wright Sharon B. Zagorski r t Donna Marie Zahoruiko Michael Zappala Not Photographed Robert Barclay Reginald Black Tammy Brown Michael Crabb Carrie Harriman Robert Lynch Thomas Pendak Jacques Phaneuf Ralph Tiberio Geoffrey A. Till Scott Uhl Donald Vincent Janice Kelsey 69 In Memoriam Brian Arraj 1958-1976 Rustin L. Foulds 1959-1976 SENIOR DIRECTORY PHILIP M. ARCIDI, “Phil”, 60 Court St., Chess Club 2,3; Tennis 2,3; Playland Arcade, Hampton, N.H. JOSEPH PATRICK ARMITAGE, “Arma”, 12 Sutton Hill Rd., Audio Visual 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Soccer 2,3; Baseball 2; Tennis 3; Millpond Town Homes. PATRICIA L. AZIZ, “P.S.”, 84 Innis St., Basketball; York Steak House. ANNE C. BAADE, “Anne”, Brooks School, Brooks School Kitchen. ROBERT J. BARCLAY, “Bob”, Chess Club 3,4. DEBORAH ANN BARROWS, “Debbie”, 332 Campbell Rd. STEVEN D. BEATON, “Steve”, 74 Prospect St., Soccer 3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Sears Roebuck. ANN BERNARDIN, 459 Salem St., Business Club 2; Junior Achieve¬ ment 2; Prep Club 3; French National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook 1,4 (Senior Editor); Tennis 3,4; Messina’s Market. CHERYL ANN BEVIN, “Cher”, 69 Prospect St., Sears Roebuck. CATHERINE BIRCH, “Cathy”, 38 Farnum St., Pep Club 1,3; Jewelry Club 1; Pep Club 3; Prom Committee 4; C.Y.O. 1; Jogging Club 1; Judo Club 2; Birch Drugs. KARL F. BISCHOFF, “Bish”, 1411 Salem St., Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Soccer 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Merrimack College. ROBERT J. BISSON, Jr., “Bob”, 28 Phillips Court, Messina’s. REGINALD BLACK, 83 Elm St. JAMES E. BLACKWELL, “J.B.”, 35 Boxford St., Band 1; Audio Vis¬ ual 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 2; Soccer 2,3,4; Hockey 3,4; Merrimack College. DAVID BLANCHARD, “Dave”, 41 Chestnut St., Audio Visual 1,2,3,4 (President); Squire 4; Soccer 2; North Parish Church. VALERIE BLOMQUIST, “Val”, 34 Union St., Student Council 1,2; Track 2; Typist for Court Reporters. KATHLEEN M. BRENNAN, “Kathie”, 3 Bixby Ave. TAMMY S. BROWN, 100 Marbleridge Rd. MARY Y. BULGER, 247 Chickering Rd., Radio Station 1,2; Squire 4; Yearbook 3,4. COLLEEN MARY CALLAGY, “Coll”, 155 Rea St., Pep Club 1,3; Student Council 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Pewter Pot. SHAUN M. CALLAGY, “Hie”, 46 Foster St., Soccer 3,4 (Tri-Captain); Baseball 1,2. JAMES CAMIRE, “Burr”, 118 Marblehead St., Wrestling 2; Napoli Trucking. NANCY ANN CAMPBELL, 8 Walker Rd., Student Council 2; Year¬ book 2. COLLEEN MARY CANTY, “Coll”, 46 Phillips Court, Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Jewelry Club 2; Yearbook 2; Prom Commit¬ tee 4; Prep Club 3; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Cheer¬ leading 2,3,4 (Tri-Captain). MARK CAPONETTE, “Cap”, 52 Mifflin Dr., Birch Drugs. PATRICIA CARBONE, “Bone”, 22 Bannan Dr., Student Council 1,2; French Club 1; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Vollyball Intramurals 1,2; Ski Team 3,4; Whippoorwill Farm. THOMAS J. CARNEY, “Tom”, 26 Stonington St., Soccer 2,3,4 (Tri- Captain); Hockey 2,3,4 (Captain); West Gate Sunoco. WILLIAM D. CARNEY, “Bill”, 26 Stonington St., Baseball 1,2; Amer¬ ican Medical and Surgical Supply. WILLIAM J. CARRAGHER, “Bill”, 36 Kieran Rd., Cross Country 3; Soccer 4; Thompson’s. JEANNINE M. CARRIER, “Chet”, 825 Johnson St., AES Club 1,2,3,4 (Secretary Treasurer); Jogging Club 1; Judo Club 2; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3. TRICIA CASHMAN, “T.C.”, 907 Dale St., Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 2; Jewelry Club 2; Yearbook 2; Prep Club 3; Prom Committee 4. LINDA C. CHADWICK, “Lyn”, 81 Prescott St., Pep Club 2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Prep Club 3; Business Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Year¬ book 4; Prom Committee 4; Merrimack College. DANIEL J. CHAISSON, “Chais”, 269 Sutton St., Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Cross Country 2,3. MICHAEL G. CHAPUT, “Bones”, 122 Boxford St., Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Baseball 1; Track 2,3,4 ; Football 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM M. CHORY, “Cor”, 466 Mass. Ave., Football 1,2,3,4; Wres¬ tling 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Track 1. DAVID T. CLARK, “Bruce”, 69 Salem St., Band 1,2; Larc 4; National Honor Society 3,4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Soccer 1,4; Baseball 1,2,4; Paisley’s Greenhouses. THERESA L. CLEMENT, “Tas”, 7 Walker Rd., Student Council 1,2,3; Prom Committee 4; Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Volleyball In¬ tramurals 2,3. PETER M. COCO, “Thin”, 29 Salem St., Chess Club 1,2,3,4; Squire 4 (Business Editor); National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4. SHARON M. CONNELLY, “Sha”, 40 Brentwood Circle, Pep Club 1,2; Student Council 2,3,4; Northeast State Advisory Council 3,4; Squire 3,4; Cheerleading 2,3,4. DEBRA A. CONNORS, “Debbie”, 65 Brightwood Ave., Pep Club 3,4; Business Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2,3; Yearbook 4; Track 3; Gymnastic Intramurals I; Treadwell’s Ice Cream. WILLIAM D. COSKREN, “Danno”, 44 Bradstreet Rd., Cross Country 3,4; Tennis 3,4; Thompson’s. KATHLEEN M. COSTELLO, “Kathy”, 17 Maple Ave., Student Council 1,2,3; AES 1; Yearbook 2,3 (jr. Editor), 4 (Advertisement Edi¬ tor); Jewelry Club 2; Prep Club 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3; Mo¬ rin’s. MICHAEL CRABB, 461 Summer St. JAMES L. CRANE, “Hinckley”, 56 Elm St., Student Council 1,2; Class President 1; Baseball 1,2; Ski Team 2,4; Messina’s Market. LAURIE CROMPTON, “Law”, 8 Dufton Court. SANDRA LEE CROUCH, “Sandi”, 299 Main St., Jewelry Club 1,2; Student Council 3; Jogging Club 1,2; Yearbook 4 (Typing Editor); Prep Club 3; Prom Committee 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Track 1,2; Ski Team 3,4; Friendly Ice Cream. CAROL CUNNINGHAM, “Cun-Cun 1”, 32 Third St. TERSIA DALE CUNNINGHAM, “Cun-Cun 2”, 85 Elmcrest Rd., Student Council 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Prom Committee 4; Raytheon. CHRISTOPHER M. CUSHING, “Cush”, 30 Gray St., AES 2,3,4 (Pres¬ ident); Squire 2,3,4 (Feature Editor); Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1; Ski Team 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain). THOMAS M. DALY, “Tom”, 316 Sutton St., Track 1,2; Soccer 1,2; Robert’s Catering. EILEEN M. DEAN, 21 Hamilton Rd., Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 3,4; Cheerleading 3,4. BETTE JO DeLISLE, “B.J.”, 1084 Johnson St., CVS. CYNTHIA JEAN DeMARCO, “Cindy”, 31 Woodstock St., Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1; Jewelry Club 1; Jogging Club 1; Tumstyle. KEVIN A. DeNUCCIO, “Dununce”, 607 Turnpike St., Football 71 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Turastyle. DAVID M. DETORA, “Duck”, 29 Faulkner Rd., Audio Visual 3,4; Cross Country 4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2; Ninety Nine Restaurant. JOAN E. DEWHIRST, “Joan”, 15 Third St., Merrimack Valley BayBank. LORI A. DIAMOND, “Lor”, lOI Edgelawn Ave., Pep Club 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; Prep Club 3; Business Club 3,4 (President); Art Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Gymnastics and Vollyball Intramurals 2,3. LARRY DICKERSON, 15 Magnolia Drive. JAMI E. DiZAZZO, “Space (n) J.”, 118 Meadow view Rd., Prep Club 3. FREDERICK DODGE, “Rick”, 27 Adams Ave., Wrestling 3. NANCY J. DOHERTY, “Nanc”, 39 Longwood Ave., Band 1,2,3 (Sec¬ retary), 4 (Secretary); Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2; Chorus 2,4; Drama Club 1,2,3 (Vice-President), 4; Spanish Club 2,3 (Secretary), 4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; AFS 2,3,4; Squaredancing 3,4; Garrett Players 4; DeMoulas. GAIL ANN DONAHUE, “Space Shot”, 445 Wood Lane, Student Council 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Pep Club 2,3; Pewter Pot. CORNELIUS J. DONNELLY, “Conny’,, 218 Mass. Ave., Hockey 3,4; Steven’s Hall. CHRIS D. DONOVAN, “Dun”, 63 Elmcrest Rd., Wrestling 4; Football 1; Hockey 4; Colonial Shoppe. KATHLEEN A. DOYLE, “Kathy”, 48 Meadow Lane, Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Jewelry Club 2; Yearbook 2,4; Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Student Advisory Board 4; Cheerleading 2,3,4; Messina’s. ANN M. DRISCOLL, “Waffle”, 190 Mill Rd., Art Club 4; Jewelry Club 2 . SUSAN MARIE DRISCOLL, “Suey”, 101 Elmcrest Rd., Pep Club 2; Student Council 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Basketball In¬ tramurals 1. SALLY DUSHAME, “Sal”, 247 Osgood St., Student Council 2,3; McLays. CHRISTINE M. EARLEY, “Chris”, 90 Maple Ave. CHARLENE M. EATON, 458 Johnson St., Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4; Business 2,3,4; Track 1 (Manager), 2,3,4; Cross Country 4. J. RANDALL EATON, “Randy”, 458 Johnson St., Band 1,2; Soccer 2,3,4; Thompson’s. ELIZABETH ECKERSON, “Liz — E.W.”, 229 Brentwood Circle, Equestrian Club 1; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Windrush Farm. CAROLYN E. EDDY, 27 Royal Crest Drive, Merrimack College; Eugene’s Clothing Store. JOSEPH R. ELBEERY, “Joe”, 57 Glenwood St., BasebaU 1. ROSEMARY J. ELDRED, “Rosie”, 86 Main St., Student Council 2; Squire 2; Business Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Spanish Honor Society 3,4. KAREN BETH ENAIRE, 14 Prescott St., Radio Station 1. TIMOTHY FARRELL, “Tim”, 55 Water St. OLIVER B. FERGUSON, 136 Raleigh Ravem Lane. SHARON FINELLI, “Finny”, 52 Femview Ave., Student Council 2,3; Jogging Club 2; Class Secretary Treasurer 3; DeMoulas; Burger King. PAUL A. FIONTE, 93 Main St., Chess Club 1,2. CHARLES FIORINO, “Huck”, 288 Pleasant St., Basketball 1,2; Foot¬ ball 1,3,4; Flavor Fresh. LINDA EILEEN ' FLADAGER, “Lin”, Brentwood Circle. BARTHOLOMEW FORGETTA Jr., “Bart”, 1320 Osgood St., BasebaU 1; Football 1,3,4; Hockey 3,4. FRANCES P. FORZESE, “Franny”, 23 Wright Ave., Band 1; Pep Club 3; Student Council 3,4 (Vice-President); Yearbook 3,4; Findeisen’s Ice Cream. MARY E. FOUNTAIN, “Mary Beth”, 17 Bixby Ave., Pep Club 3 (Treasurer); Prep Club 3; Student Council 3; Gymnastic Intramurals 1,2; Si meone Pharmacy. JACK FREEDMAN, “Scoop”, 634 Chickering Rd., Squire 2,3,4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; BasketbaU 2; Tennis 3,4; Lawrence Eagle Tribune. JOHN W. FRIEDLANDER, 177 Chadwick St., Audio Visual Club 4; Morrisy Taxi. DOUG FYFE, 52 Lisa Lane. VALERIE P. GACIOCH, “Val”, 56 Russel St., Yearbook 4; BasketbaU 2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4. MARIA GALVAGNA, 05 Pembrooke Rd., Student Council 1,2,3,4 (President), Yearbook 1,2,3,4 (Circulation Editor), Squire 1,2,3,4, (News Editor), North Eastern Massachusetts Association of Student Councils (National Delegate), Greater Lawrence Association of Student Govern¬ ments 2,3 (Treasurer), French Club 1,3,4, Drama Club 1, Pep Club 3, Prep Club 3, Community Involvement 4, C.Y.O. 1,2,4, Student Advisory Council 4, Tennis Team 3,4. JAMES B. GILLEN, “GiU”, 399 Summer St., Audio Visual 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President); Football 1,2,3,4; BasebaU 1,2,3,4. STEVEN GLICKMAN, 33 Royal Crest Dr. Apt. 3, Ninety Nine Restau¬ rant. LESLIE A. GOOD, 62 Famum St., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Stucent Council 3; Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Jogging Club 1; Cheerleading 3,4. PATRICIA GORHAM, “Patty”, Yearbook 1, Pep Club 1,2; A.F.S. 2; Debate Team 2,3; Spokesman 3,4 (Sports Editor); Student Council 3 (Publicity Chairman 4; National Honor Society 3,4; N.A.H.S. Drama Club 4; Squire 4; Golf Team 3,4. JUDY GRADY, 989 Salem St., Butcher Boy Steak House. NANCY ANN GUGLIELMINO, “Nanc”, 250 Chestnut St., Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Business Club 1,2,3; Yearbook 1,2; Sears 72 Roebuck. DAVID GULEZIAN, “Guleze”, Brentwood Circle, Haverhill. LINDA GUNDAL, 111 Johnson St., French Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4 (President); Yearbook 3 (Junior Editor), 4; Squire 3,4; Math Team 2,3,4; Radio Station 1,2,3,4 (Station Manager); Drama Club 1,2; AFS Club 4; Messina’s. LAURIE A. HAMBLET, 137 Salem St., Pep Club 1,2,3; Band 1; Year¬ book 2,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Track 2,3; Ferrous Technology Inc. SUSAN M. HANSON, 66 Maple Ave., Drama Club 1,2,3 (Secretary), 4); Band 1,2,3 (Vice-President, 4 (President); Stage Band 1,2,3,4; March¬ ing Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2 ' ; AFS 1,2,3,4; Squaredancing 1,2,3 (Secre¬ tary), 4 (President); DeMoulas. ELIZABETH HARDACRE, 148 Waverly Rd. BRIAN C. HAYES, “Haysie”, 59 Court St., Student Council 1,2,3; Class Secretary Treasurer 2; Class Vice-President 3; Photography 1,2,3; Yearbook 3; Bicycle Club 1,2; Ski Club 1; Audio Visual 2,3; Track 1; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Messina’s. ROBIN R. HAZARVARTIAN, 160 Boston St., Math Team 2,3,4; Busi¬ ness Club 3; French Honor Society 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Lawrence General Hospital Volunteer 2. ERICA C. HELFRICH, “Ereeka”, 260 Bradford St., Pep Club 3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Band 1,2,3; Student Advisory Committee 4 (Chairman); State Student Advisory Council 4; Squire 3,4 (Feature Editor); National Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Representative 4; Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Tri-Captain); Mary Immaculate Nursing Home. PAMELA J. HICKEY, “Pam”, 24 Norman Rd., Pep Club 1,2,3; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Business Club 2,3; Spanish Club 2,3; CYO 1,2; Yearbook 4; Gymnastic Intramurals 2; Tennis Intramurals 3; McDonalds. SUZANNE HODGKINS, 9 Kingston St. TERRENCE P. HOLLAND, “Bear”, 344 Main St., Football 1,3,4; In¬ tramurals 2,3,4. JOANNE M. HORTON, “Jo”, 1444 Salem St., Business Club 1,2,3 (Treasurer); Pep Club 1,2; Student Council 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; CYO 2; Yearbook 4; Tennis Intramurals 3; Gymnastic Intramurals 2; You You for Levi’s. CLAIRE HUDSON, 250 Johnson St. GAYLE HURLEY, 187 So. Bradford St. GAYLE A. HUTCHINS, 95 Lyman Rd., French Club 1; Drama Club 2,3,4; Band 2,3; Student Council 4; National Honor Society 3,4. DIANE E. HYDE, “Ducky”, 485 Wood Lane Dr., Philip L. Hyde De¬ ntist Assistant. RUTH A. lANNAZZI, “Guinzo”, 66 Marian Drive, Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 2; Jewelry Club 2; Yearbook 3,4; Photography Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Ditto Instant Printing Center, Inc. CHRISTOPHER W. JENNISON, “C.J.”, 60 East Water St., Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Merrimack College. DAVID B. JOHNSON, “Egor”, 33 Elmcrest Rd., Bob White’s. STEPHEN H. JOHNSON, “Johnstone”, 33 Elmcrest Rd., Baseball 1,2; Bob White’s. SUSAN L. JOHNSON, “Sue”, 10 Clarendon St. DEBRA KANDRUT, 96 Second St. MARIE ANN KAROLISYN, “Marie”, 389 Sutton St., New England Document Conservation Center. ANN MARIE KEEGAN, “Keeg”, 15 Dewey St., Intramurals 1,2; CYO 2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); North Andover Recreation Dept. TIMOTHY H. KEEGAN, “Keeg”, 112 Martin Ave., Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Football 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Baseball 1. LYNNE A. KELLEY, “KeU”, 271 Barker St., Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Basketball 1,2 (Co-Captain), 3,4; Softball 1,2,3; Barker’s Farm. JANICE ELAINE KELSEY, “Kels”, 11 Margate Rd., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Spanish National Honor Society 2,3,4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; lYep Club 3; Homeroom Representive 4; Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Tri-Captain). DEBBIE M. KENT, “Deb-Dumpling”, 21 Sutton Place, Merrimack Col¬ lege. SHERRY L. KENT, “Onion”, Hillside Rd., Basketball 1,2; Intramurals for Basketball and Volleyball; Melville Silk Screening and Printing. KEVIN W. KILCOYNE, “Killer”, 431 Johnson St., Squire 4; Student Council 4; CYO 3,4; Scouts 1,2,3,4; Order of the Arrow 2,3,4 (Chief); Cross Country 2,3,4; Cross Country Ski Club 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; De¬ Moulas. JEFFREY J. KINGSLEY, “Butterfingers”, 75 Mifflin Drive, Spanish Club 2,3,4; CYO 3,4 (Treasurer); National Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; Squire 4; Twi light Twirlers 1,2,3 (Vice-President); Boy Scouts 1; Soccer 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Wdght Training 3,4; St. Michael’s Rectory. DAVID O. KIRK, “Kirky”, 216 Stevens St., Prom Committee 4; Soccer 2,3,4. DAVID R. KOCZERA, “Kazer”, 1225 Salem St., Football 1,2,3; Ski Team 2,4; Intramurals 1,2. DONNA M. KOEBRICK, 45 Harwood St., Spanish Club 1,2,3; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Softball Intramurals 1; Howland’s. JERI-LYNN KOESKE, “Allergy Anne”, 105 Beverly St., Band 1,2,3,4. DON LABELLE, “Snickers”, 35 Saunders St., Track; Canobie Lake Park. MICHAEL LACHAPELLE, 1905 Salem St. A. MICHAEL LAGANA, 142 Greene St., Photography Club 3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Greater Lawrence Area Student Council 3; Tennis 2,3,4; Hockey 4; Morin’s; Playland Arcade at Hampton Beach. DIANE C. LAMPREY, “Di”, 17 Phillips Court, Pep Club 2,3; French 73 Club 1,2 (Vice-President), 3; Prep Club 3; Junior Achievement 2 (Vice- President, 3 (President), 4 (President); Student Council 2; DeMoulas. PEGGY A. LANDRY, “Peggy”, 826 Johnson St., Pep Club 1,2,3; Stu¬ dent Council 2,3; Community Involvement 4; French Club 1,2; Baskin Robins. PATRICIA ANN LAORENZA, “Tush”, 17 First St., Student Council 1,2,3; Community Involvement 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; In¬ tramurals 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2; Steven’s Convalescent Home. NANCY PATRICIA LaPLANTE, “Weedie”, 107 Sandra Lane, Student Council 3,4; Pep Club 3; Prom Committee 4; Pewter Pot. NANCY LAURENDEAU, “Nance”, 13 Belmont St., Drama Club 3; Messina’s. MARY BETH LAWLOR, “Mouse”, 40 Belmont St., Squire 1,2,3 (Sports Editor), 4 (Sports Editor); Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. MAUREEN M. LAWLOR, “Mo”, 116 Mass. Ave., CYO 1,2,3,4 (Sec¬ retary); DeMoulas. STEVE LEACH, 64 Prescott St. DENISE M. LENOIS, “Nise”, 366 Forest St., Merrimack College. DIANE LENOIS, 366 Forest St. CAROL ANNE LESLIE, 891 Great Pond Rd., French Club 1,2; YMCA 2,3,4; CYO 4; Cross Country 4; Horseback Riding 3,4; The Spring House (Hotel) in Rhode Island. CYNTHIA ANN LEVY, “Lev”, 27 Kieran Rd., Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 1,2 (President); Prep Club 3; Birch Drugs. JOHN M. LICCIARDI III, “Gunga”, 75 Second St., Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Basketball 1. MARY LONERGAN, “Mar”, 1 Bannan Drive. ELLEN PATRICIA LONG, “El”, 238 Sutton St., Pep Club 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3; Class Vice-President 1; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4. MAUREEN L. LONG, “Moe”, 32 Furber Ave., Pep Club 1,2; French Club 1,2; Business Club 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Track 2. CYNTHIA LONGTON, “Cindy”, 72 Lisa Lane, Pep Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Jogging Club 1,2; Track 2,3; Messina’s. TIM LOWELL, “Tim”, 133 Summer St., Thompson’s. DONNA JEAN LUNDQUIST, 26 Bixby Ave., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Foxmoor Casuals. MARTHA LYNCH, “Martha”, 26 Dufton Court, Prep Club 3,4; Student Council 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Yearbook 4; Squire 1; Choir 4; Drama Club 4. ROBERT LYNCH, 77 Edgelawn Ave. STEVEN A. LYNCH, “Lynchy”, 149 Cotuit St., BasebaU 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4. VIRGINIA LYNCH, “Ginny”, 26 Dufton Court, Student Council 2,3; Prep Club 3; Yearbook 4. ANNE M. MacLEISH, 412 Salem St., French Club 1,2,3,4 (President); National Honor Society 3,4; Squire 2,3,4 (Editor); Student Council 3; Softball 1,2,3 (Manager); Messina’s. MAUREEN M. MADDEN, “Moe”, 111 Rea St., Prep Club 3; CYO 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4. MARIE ANNE MAILHOT, Waverly Rd., French Club; Field Hockey; McDonalds. JAMES E. MANDRY, “Big Jim”, 219 Summer St., Math Team 1,2,3,4; Radio Station 1,2,3,4 (Technician); French Honor Society 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Photography Club 4; Squire 4; Prep Club 3. EDNA M. MANGANO, 4 Holbrook Rd., Yearbook 2,3 (Jr. Editor), 4 (Editor-in-Chief); Student Council 2,3,4; Prep Club 1,2; Jewelry Club 2; Lark 4; Ski Team 1,2; Burger King. ALAN R. MARANTO, “Big Al”, 10 Buckingham Rd., Band 1,2,3,4; AFS 3,4; Messina’s. LISA J. MAROCCO, “Lis”, 960 Johnson St., CYO 1,2,3,4 (President); Student Council 2,3,4; Greater Lawrence-Asso. of Student Governments 2.3 (Secretary); lYep Club 3; Pep Club 3; Girl Scouts 1,2; Squire 4; Yearbook 3,4; Jewelry Club 2; Drama Club 2; Junior Achievement 2; Messina’s. EDIE MARSH, “Eda-belle”, 84 Union St., York Steak House. RUTH B. MARSHALL, “Ruthie”, 677 Salem St., Track 2,3; Steven’s Convalesent Home. LYNN A. MARTIN, 142 Rea St., Art Club 4; CYO 1,2,3,4; Prep Club 3; Squire 2,4; Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4; Track 2; Gymnastic Intramurals 3,4; Messina’s; Spanish National Honor Society. SANDRA MARTIN, “Sam”, 671 Johnson St., Jogging Club 1,2 (Presi¬ dent); Bicycle Club 1,2; Cross Country 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Steven’s Conva¬ lescent Home. JAMES P. MARTINEAU, “Mutt”, 95 Moody St., FootbaU 1; Gibco Diagnostics. JOHN R. MASCOLA, 281 Andover St., Audio Visual 1,2,3,4 (Vice- President); Squire 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; National Honor Society 3.4 (Vice-President); Math Team 2,3,4; Prep Club 3; Soccer 3,4; Thompson’s. ROBERT G. MASSEY, “Bob”, 57 Marblehead St., Audio Visual 1,2,3,4; Wm. A. Cook Furniture Co. BRAD MAYER, “Brad”, 43 Magnolia Drive, Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Soccer 1,2; Golf Team 1,2,3,4; Turner’s Dairy. TIMOTHY MICHAEL McCARRON, 30 Beech Ave., Student Council 4; Class Vice-President 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,4; Track 2,3. JANNELL M. McCARTHY, “JanneUe”, 75 Harold St., Woodland Nursing Home. MARGOT McCarthy, “Margi”, 24 Russet Lane, Field Hockey 1,2; Track 1; Ski Team 4. JUDY McCarthy, “Dudy”, 24 School St., Student Council 1,2; CYO 74 1,2 (Vice-President) Internal Revenue Service. JACK McEVOY, “John-boy”, 21 Walnut Ave., Baseball 1,2; Cross Country 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4. SHARON R. McHALE, 27A Francis St., York Steak House. ANN L. McKALLAGAT, “Ann”, 135 Academy Rd., Student Council 3; Pep Club 3; Equestrian Club 2. JOAN MEDOLO, “Joanie”, 64 Meadow Lane, Student Council 2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Ski Team 1; Olde North Andover Cleaners. TINA M. MESSINA, “T”, 268 Mass. Ave., Student Council 2,3,4; Yearbook 2; Prom Committee 4; Class Secretary Treasurer 4; Messina’s. GREG MIDDLEMISS, 20 Lincoln St. CHERILYN E. MILLER, 40 Cedar Lane. PATRICIA ANN MILLER, 74 Autran Ave., Student Council 2,3,4; Pep Club 3; Prep Club 3; Class President 3,4; Student Advisory 4. SCOTT D. MILLER, 32 Herrick Rd. CORBY C. MITCHELL, 48 Femview Ave. ELIZABETH ANN MORTON, “Beth”, 9 Garden St., Jewelry Club 1,2; Yearbook 4; Squire 4; Student Council 4; Girl Scouts 1,2’ Merrimack Valley Wind Ensemble 1,2; Band 1,2,3; Community Envolvement 4; Ju¬ nior Achievement 2; B M Sales and Service. KEVIN M. MURPHY, “Moses or Murph”, 469 Boston St., Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Judo Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Band 1,2; CYO 1,2,3,4 (Vice- President); Lark 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Butcher Boy Steak House. RONALD L. NIXON, “Tricky Dick”, 83 Elm St., Stage Band 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3, 4 (Captain); J.V. Basketball 2. BARRY NOEBEL, “Barney”, 84 Johnson St., Soccer 2,3,4 (Tri- Captain); Basketball 2,3,4; Bixby and Company. DAVID NORRIS, 7 Walker Rd. LILY NORRIS, “Lily”, 44 Longwood Ave., National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish National Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 3; Lawrence Genei Hospital. JUAN NUNEZ, “Dr. J.”, 83 Elm St., Spanish Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Soccer 3; Cross Country 2. NANCY OAKES, “Nance”, 15 Merrimac St., Pep Club 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Business Club 2; Yearbook 4; Spanish Honor Society 4 (Secretary); Cheerleading 3,4; Tumstyle. PATRICK O’BRIEN, 160 Kingston Ave. JAMES G. OLDFIELD, “Barney”, 20 Sawyer Rd., Spanish Club 2; Soccer 2,3; Golf 1,2,3,4. JOHN C. OLWINE III, “Wino”, 160 Foster St., Band 1,2; Soccer; Bas¬ ketball; DeMoulas. CHRISTINE A. ONANIAN, 87 Coachmans Lane. GEORGE C. OTIS, 456 Summer St. DEBORAH J. OWEN, “Debbie”, 356 Abbott St., Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3. ISMAIL H. OZBERAK, “H”, 12 Walker Rd. Apt. 9, Soccer 2,3,4. CHRISTINE M. PACKARD, “Chris”, 290 Johnson St., Pewter Pot. JANIS PAIVA, 102 Bradford St. LISA J. PALEFSKY, 12 Trinity Court. ROBERT PAS, 980 Winter St. MARK PELLETIER, 24 Ashland St. JANICE P. PELUSO, “Janice”, 545 Johnson St., Spanish Honor Soci¬ ety 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Field Hockey 2,3 (Tri-Captain), 4; Track 2,3,4. THOMAS PENDAK, 361 Chickering Rd. RAYMOND PEREZ, “Ray”, 11 Village Green, Spanish Honor Society, 3,4; DeMoulas. WENDY PETERSON, 274 HiUside Rd. D. KEVIN PHAIR, “Kev”, 117 Pleasant St., Radio Station 1,2,3. JACQUES PHANEUF, 222 Main St. JOSEPH L. PHELAN, “Joe”, 54 Bradstreet Rd., Phelan’s Variety. 75 LESLIE PHELAN, 931 Turnpike St. MARY E. PIEROG, “Mary Beth”, 104 Middlesex St., Student Council 2,3,4; French Club 2,3 (Secretary Treasurer), 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Prep Club 3; Yearbook 2,3,4; Squire 4; French Honor Society 3,4 (Secretary Treasurer); National Honor Society 3,4; Tennis Team 3,4; Academy Nursing Home. RICHARD A. PIERRO, Jr., “Ricky”, 89 Old Village Lane, Stage Band 1,2; Math Team 3,4; CYO 3,4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Radio Station 4; Wrestling 2,3; Bulger Animal Hospi¬ tal. KAREN A. PIKE, 59 Marblehead St., Pewter Pot. BETSY J. PLANT, “Bets”, 50 Glencrest Drive, Student Council 1,2,3; Student Advisory Committee 3; Bicycle Club 1,2; Yearbook 4; Art Club 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. GLENN PRYOR, 1550 Salem St., BasketbaU 1. JUDITH A. QUINTAL, “Judy”, 278 Waverly Rd., Spanish Club 1,2,3; French Club 1; Jewelry Club 1; Prep Club 3; Bicycle Club 1; Student Council 1; N.A. Recreation Dept.; Softball 1,2; Intramurals Soccer 3; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural Tennis 2,3; Glennie’s Dairy. DANIEL W. REPOSA, “Dan”, 32 Ashland St., Radio Station 1,2,3,4; Messina’s. CURT ROBINSON, “Robo”, 20 Little Rd., Homeroom Representative 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Messina’s. JAMES D. ROCHE, 1719 Osgood St. KATHLEEN ROCHE, 667 Salem St., Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; Yearbook 2,3,4; CYO 1,2,3; Jewelry Club 1,2; Homeroom Repre¬ sentative 2,3; Lawrence General Hospital 1,2; Academy Nursing Home. MARY ROKES, 39 Hewitt Ave., North Andover Country Club. CYNTHIA LYNN ROOP, “Cindy — M.E.W.”, 229 Brentwood Circle, Equestrian Club 1; Yearbook 3 (Junior Editor), 4 (Editor-in-Chief); LARC 4; Art Club 4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Olde North An¬ dover Cleaners. JAMES RULLO, “Rolls or Ru”, 1 Gray St., Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2. MARY RYAN, “Marz”, 850 Osgood St., AFS 1,4; CYO 1,4; Pep Club 2; Track 2. MICHAEL J. RYAN, “Rye”, 103 Lyman Rd., Band 2; Stage Band 1,2,3; Soccer 1; Bob Whites. AUGUSTINE SALVETTI, “Gus”, 185 Dale St., Soccer 2,3,4; Thompsons. LAURIE SAWYER, 15 Pleasant St., Shawsheen News. LISE M. SCHAPKER, 134 Famum St., French Club; Jewelry Club; Student Council 2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Cheerleading 4; Pewter Pot. DONALD L. SCHEIPERS, “Gook”, 266 Middlesex St., Audio Visual Club 1,2,3,4; Prep Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4 (Secretary); Span¬ ish National Honor Society 2,3,4 (President); Homeroom Representative 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4. LISA A. SECCARECCIO, 233 Johnson St., Pep Club 3; Student Council 3. JOSEPH F. SHALHOUP, “Scaloop”, 324 HiUside Rd., Football 1,2,3; Hockey 2,3,4; Baseball 2; Bishop’s Restaurant. WILLIAM J. SHEPLEY III, “Beamer”, 357 Osgood St., BasebaU 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,4; N.A. Recreation Dept. SHARON SHEPLEY, “Sheb”, 357 Osgood St., Shady Knoll Nursing Home. STEVEN MARTIN SHUMAN, 130 Marbleridge Rd., Chess Club 3,4; French Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3,4. CAROL SLIWINSKI, 35 Walnut Ave. DEBRA ANN SMITH, “Boomba”, 40 Water St., Prep Club 3; Shady Knoll Nursing Home. KIMBERLY J. SMITH, “Kim”, 270 Marbleridge Rd., Equestrian Club 1; Gymnastic Intramurals 1,2,4; Ski Team 3,4. WENDY J. SMITH, “Smitt”, 72 Foster St., Equestrian Club 1; Gym¬ nastic Intramurals 1,2,4; Marum’s Retail. ELLEN MERLE SOMERS, 401 Mass. Ave., AFS 1,3,4; Squire 1,3,4; Class Treasurer 1; Student Advisory Committee 3,4; Class President 2. CHRISTINE SOUSA, “Natasha”, 55 Linden Ave., Drama Club, Vocal Lab. SHERYL D. STAMP, “Sherry”, 151 Prescott St., Concert Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Shady Knoll Nursing Home. KATHLEEN M. STANLEY, “Stan”, 15 Sandra Lane, Squire 1; Stu¬ dent Council 3,4; Yearbook 3; LARC 4; Friendly Ice Cream. BONNIE S. STEVENSON, 48 Colgate Drive, Student Council 1,2; Jog¬ ging Club 2; Intramurals 1,2; Prep Club 3; Community Involvement 3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3; Melville’s Screen Printing Co. DEBRA STEWART, 59 Bradstreet Rd., Prep Club 3; Student Council 3; Prom Committee 4; Pewter Pot. TARA M. STIGLIN, “Stig”, 34 Ralei Tavern Lane, National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3; Jogging Club 2,3; Spanish National Honor Society 2; Jewelry Club 1,2; Prep Club 3; Yearbook 4; Cross Country 3,4 (Co-Captain); Track 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Simeone’s Phar¬ macy. DAVID J. STONE, “Stoney”, 436 Mass. Ave., Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4 (Captain); Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Howlands. BARRY SULLIVAN, 36 Parker St., Audio Visual 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Chess Club 2; Squire 4; Photography Club 4; Golf 1; Hilltop Steak House. ROBERT DANIEL SULLIVAN, “SuUy”, 1027 Great Pond Rd., Span¬ ish Honor Society 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2; Soccer 2,3,4; De- Moulas. DAVID TARLIAN, 290 Rea St., Burger King. DAVID A. TAYLOR, 38 Saunders St., Chess Club 2,3,4; Radio Station 76 1,2,3,4 (Studio Director). MARYANN G. TESTA, 75 Surrey Drive, Drama Club 1; Student Coun¬ cil 2,3,4 (Secretary Treasurer); Pep Club 2,3 (President), 4; Yearbook 3 (Junior Editor), 4 (Editor-in-Chief); Girl Scouts 1,2; CYO 1,2; Commu¬ nity Involvement 4; Greater Lawrence Association of Student Govern¬ ments 3; Junior Achievement 2; Gymnastic Intramurals 2; Macartney’s. JOHN THEBERGE, 17 Main St. ROZILYN THERIAULT “Lyn”, 47 Sutton Hill Rd., Color Guard. RALPH TIBERIO, 14 Commonwealth Ave. REBECCA R. TIBBETTS, “Beck or Tibs”, 105 Farrwood Ave. LORI WATSON, “Wats”, 151 Raleigh Taveme Lane, Pep Club 1,2; Student Council 2,4; French Club 2; Baskin Robbins. CAROL A. WEIGEL, 126 Colgate Drive, Student Council 3,4; Student Council Representative to ABC Board 4; French Club 1,2,3,4; Squire 4; Jewelry Club 1,2; Yearbook 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Prep Club 3; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; LARC 4; Intramurals. ELISA M. WELCH, “Squelch”, 357 Dale St., Chorus 3,4 (Vice- President); Stage Band 3,4; Yearbook 3; Squire 4; Andover Choral Society 4; Merrimack Choral Society 4; National Honor Society 3,4; BU Conference Center. CHARLENE WENTWORTH, “Char”, 54 Saunders St., Business Club 2,3; Burger King. GEOFFREY A. TILL, “Geoff”, 101 Edgelawn Ave., Merrimack Col¬ lege. RITA TIMPF, 81 Furber Ave., Internal Revenue Service. KATHLEEN M. WENTWORTH, “Kathy”, 32 Saunders St., Business Club 1,2,3,4; Burger King. SABINE WERNER, 15 Timber Lane, AFS; Chorus; Drama Club. CHARLES TOKOR, 47 Peters St., AFS; Soccer 3,4. PAMELA A. WHALEN, 6 Ashland St., Business Club. LESLIE TOWNE, 110 High St., Meadow Brook Laundry. ELIZABETH KELLY TRAINOR, “KeUy”, 24 Dewey St., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Prep Club 3; French Club 1; Student Council 3; Gymnastic In¬ tramurals 1,2; Cheerleading 3,4. DOUG TREADWELL, “Tweety”, 26 Hemlock St. SCOTT UHL, 25 Farrwood Ave. DAWNA URSILLO, 119 Mass. Ave. ' PAULA VANASSE, “Pingles”, 166 Rea St., Jewelry Club 1,2; Jogging I Club 1,2; Judo Club 2; Student Council 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3; Cheerleading 4. KEVIN WHITEHEAD, “Whitie”, 74 Belmont St., Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Wrestling 2,3,4; Tumstyle. DEBBIE L. WILSON, “Wils”, 5 Perry St., French Club 1,2; Jewelry Club 1; Shady Knoll Nursing Home. JAYNE A. WITZGALL, 12 Little Rd., Yearbook 3,4 (Editor); Student Council 3,4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Prep Club 3; LARC 4; Burger King. BRIAN E. WOLFENDEN, “Wolf’, 24 Hamilton Rd., Football 1; Base¬ ball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Soccer 2,3,4. MARY A. WOODCOCK, 130 Rea St., Pep Club 1,2; French Club 1,2; Jewelry Club 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3; Track 2; Birch Drug. GEORGE VANBUSKIRK, 160 Water St. DEBRA A. VERNILE, 69 Water St., Business Club 2,3,4; Band 3; Radio Station 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Steven’s Convalescent Home. DONALD J. VINCENT, 13 Walker Rd. DEBORAH A. WALDMAN, “Dusty”, 87 Farrwood Ave., Student Council 1,2; Jogging Club 1; Ski Team 1,2,3; Burger King. STANLEY R. WARD, 53 Harold St. THOMAS WRIGHT, “Goat”. 45 Waverly Rd., Messina’s. SHARON B. ZAGORSKI, “Zagorsk”, 392 Mass. Ave., AFS 1,2,4; Bicycle Club 1; Prep Club 3; Yearbook 4; LARC 4; Homeroom Repre¬ sentative 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Intramurals; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3 (Co-Captain), 4 (Co-Captain); Softball 1,2. DONNA MARIE ZAHORUIKO, 35 Beacon Hill Blvd., Messina’s. MICHAEL ZAPPALA, “Zow”, 3 Pembrook Rd. 77 UNDERCLASSMEN 78 79 Sue Korb (President), Sue McCarthy (Vice President), Laura DeLellis (Secre¬ tary). c L A S S o F 9 Laurie Barker, Maureen Gallagher, Mary Ellen Driscoll H.R. 221 (First Row) James Addonigio, John Alakel, Mary Albis, Susan Alexander, James Austin, David Aziz, Kevin Bailey, Mary Baril, Laurie Barker, Paul Bastian. (Second Row) Charles Beliveau, Christopher Benincasa, Linda Bernal, Robert Ber- nardin, Cathleen Berube, Deborah Birch, Michael Bisson, Barbara Blain, George Bourne. 80 Jim Gosselin H.R. 223 (First Row) Christine Brown, David Brown, Donna Brown, Daniel Brucato, Susan Bush, Kathleen Bushnell, Nancy Buturlia, Elizabeth Callagy, Christopher Cal- zetta, Stephen Camire. (Second Row) John Campbell, Timothy Campbell, Mary Ann Can- diano, Steven Caron, Gre¬ gory Carr, Susan Carroll, James Cassidy, Betsy Charest, Brenda Charest, Jane Charest. ! , I H.R. 224 (First Row) James Chase, Suzann Chenery, David Chooljian, Deirdre Citron, Kathleen Clark, Cheryl Cochrane, Linda Coffill, David Cole, Michael Compagnone, Susan Conlon. (Second Row) Patricia Connor, James Coskren, Michele Cranston, Martha Cromp¬ ton, Steven Cunningham, Mary Currier, Daniel Cyr, David Cyr, Gary Cyr. i I 81 Dave Marinelli Field Day “76” H.R. 225 (First Row) Pamela Dawe, Laura Delel- lis, James Dewhirst, Paul DiSalvo, John Doherty, Karen Doherty, Maureen Donnelly, David Donovan, Nancy Doyle, Mary Dris¬ coll. (Second Row) Melissa Driscoll, Paul Driscoll, Alan Dunn, Elizabeth Dyer, George Earley, Terr¬ ance Edwards, Sandra Eldred, Heidi Emerick, Regis English, Thomas Erie. H.R. 226 (First Row) Paul Firth, George Flanders, Karen Fontaine, Susan Forzese, Joseph Fragala, Andrew Fraser, Daniel Gagne, Barbara Galeazzi, Maureen Gallagher, Angeline Gallant. (Second Row) Doreen Gallant, Michael Giacalone, Elaine Giard, Joseph Giarrusso, Lori Giuffrida, James Gos- selin, John Graham, George Griffin, Mary Guillmette, Sandra Gule- zian. 82 99m % ■■•fasi H.R. (First Row) Julie Good, Paula Rose, Heidi Galper, Tom Stanton, Tom Zahoruiko, Ron Welch, Mike Powers, Bob Blain, Jerry Bligh. (Second Row) Ellen Daignault, Sue Heafy, Marilyn Davis, Dave Houde, Kevin Mer- cier, Nancy Stapleford, Susan Piepirro, Mark Lewis, John Alaimo. Steve Caron Tom Kelley H.R. 227 (First Row) John Haltmaier, Nancy Hamel, Greg¬ ory Hasapis, Marie Hasapis, Nancy Helfrich, Vincent Hel- frich, Maureen Hennessey, Linda Hilbert, Charles Hutch¬ ins. (Second Row) Willis Jen¬ kins, Matthew Jennison, Shari Johansen, Jarl Johnson, Beverly Johnston, Keryl Jones, Mary Beth Keleher, Christian Keller, Kenneth Kelley. 83 H.R. 228 (First Row) Kyle Kelly, Kevin Kennedy, Richard Kennicker, Victor Kerekgyarto, Michael Kit¬ tle, Michael Koczera, Susan Korb, Jeanne Lafond, Ruth Lamprey, Robert Langevin, Michael Laorenza. (Second Row) Thomas Lennon, Theresa Lewis, Timothy Lewis, Ann Long, Carol Long, Daniel Long, Sharon Long, George Lumb, James Lundquist, Judy Lundquist. Julie Robinson Lisa Querci, Marie Hasapis 84 1 I H.R. 230 (First Row) Sandra Mechanic, Brendan Melvin, Cynthia Melvin, Anne Messina, David Mes¬ sina, Mary Messina, Susan Midgley, Valerie Mitchell, Eric Mofford, David Mor¬ ton, Tyler Munroe, Robert Nassar. (Second Row) Philip Nastasia, Jan Nev- ers, William Newitt, Eric Nitzsche, Eileen O’Con¬ nor, Mark Onanian, Beth Pahigian, George Partridge, Patricia Patnaude, Mark Pecci, Laura Pesata, Lisa Morgano, Mario Mino. H.R. 229 (First Row) Doug¬ las Lynch, Maureen Lynch, Judy MacDonald, Maureen MacLean, Katherine Mac- Leish, Donald MacNeil, Robert Maiorana, Paul Manzi, David Marinelli, Mark Morocco, David Mar¬ shall. (Second Row) Laurie Martin, Lori Martin, Jean Mathison, Bonnie Mattos, Christine McCarthy, Susan McCarthy, Kathryn Mc¬ Donald, James McDonough, Michael McGuire, Charles McKinley, Michael Mc- Mains, Steven McManus. E.J. Roberts 85 H.R. 103 (First Row) Sandra Pierro, Frank Polizzotti, Catherine Pow¬ ell, Lisa Querci, Timothy Quinlan, John Quintal, Jef¬ frey Rand, Patrice Rivet, Ernest Roberts, Julie Robinson. (Second Row) Debra Roche, Stacy Ro- nan, Andrew Rossi, Patrice Roy, Joseph Saalfrank, Theresa Salois, Nancy Sammataro, Kelly Scanlon, Kevin Scanlon, Diane Scar¬ borough, David Scheipers. H.R. 104 (First Row) Alfred Schreyack, Beth Shellnut, William Sherlock, David Sideri, Carol Siffer- len, Lori Simmons, Lisa Slipkowsky, Karen Smith, William Smith, Valerie Smithson. (Second Row) Larry Soloman, Frederick Soucy, Susan Spitalere, Pamela Stamp, Thomas Starr, Linda Steer, Roy Stevens, Richard Strobel, Dan Sullivan, Jane Sulli¬ van. Lisa Driscoll Kathy Berube 86 David Donovan Joe Saalfrank H.R. 103-A (First Row) Eric Swanson, Elizabeth Sybert, Lea Tamagnine, Lorraine Tartaglione, Lynda Thompson, James Tread¬ well, Richard Tudisco, Les¬ lie Vamum, John Wagoner. (Second Row) Deborah White, Deborah Whitehead,. Cheryl Wilson, Rhoda Wil¬ son, Donna Winning, Julie Witzgall, Lisa Zetwick, Dar¬ ren Zuill. Linda Hilbert Maureen Hennessy 87 Sophomore Class Officers: (L-R) Mary-Lou Connors (Secretary), Carla Poiizotti (Vice-President); Pat Armitage (President). Martha Willis Shawn Ryan H.R. 110 (Front Row) Deborah Aboud, Mar¬ garet Addonigio, Robert Adiconis, Darlene Allen, Erica Antonelli, Annette Arcifa, Patrick Armitage, Cheryl Assaf, Roxanne Baker, Sandra Bardsley, John Barrett. (Second Row) Kevin Bartolotta, Nancy Beirne, Linda Birch, Linda Bird, Mau¬ reen Blackwell, Kathleen Boyd, Scott Bradley, Carol Breen, William Brennan, Kathleen Bresnahan, Sha¬ ron Broadhead. 88 H.R. 122 (Front Row) Laurie Crittenden, Jane Cunningham, Robin Cun¬ ningham, Elizabeth Cush¬ ing, Janice D’Elia, Robert Deadder, Stephen Dean, Regina DeCoster, Nancy Degnan, Ellen Demers, David DesRoches. (Second Row) Arthur Detora, Anita DiAngelo, P aul Diminico, Trina Dinardi, Deborah Doerr, James Doherty, Kenneth Donahue, Karen Donovan, Martha Dono¬ van, Alison Driscoll, John Driscoll. Erica Antonelli Nancy Degnan H.R. 120 (First Row) Timothy Burgess, Ruth Bushnell, Helen Cadarette, Robert Gallery, Anne Cal- zetta, Gerald Caron, Bar¬ bara Catalano, Catherine Catalano, David Chadwick. (Second Row) Paula Chaput, Elizabeth Citron, Jeffrey Condon, Marylou Connors, Wendy Cormey, James Costello, Michael Costello, Lauren Cote, Cheryll Crabb, Timothy Crane, Margus Cranston. 89 H.R. 124 (First Row) Peter Dubois, Joseph Durant, Paula Elias, Susan Elliot, Bruce Emerick, Mary Emmett, Denise Enaire, Lynn Evangelos, John Far¬ row, Ralph Finck, Mary Fioccoprile. (Second Row) Darlene Fladager, Kevin Fontaine, Patricia Foster, Sharon Foulds, Susan Fountain, John Fragala, Maria Fragala, James Fraser, Amy Fumari, An¬ thony McCarthy, Marian Gaffney, David Forzese. H.R. 125 (First Row) James Gallagher, Marie Gallant, Candace Gartside, Cheryl Gauthier, Mary Gerraughty, Jon Giacalone, Cherril Gianni, Kathleen Gordon, Gail Gosselin, James Grover, Sandra Gundal, Phillip Haggerty. (Second Row) Bruce Hamblet, Patricia Hanson, Ethel Hantzis, Dannie Hart, Brenda Harvey, Bar¬ bara Heimann, Ellen Hen¬ nessey, Rebecca Henshaw, Caroline Hickey, Donna Higgins, Bob Higgins, Sandra Hilbert. Don Mattos 90 Cathy Gordon, Martha Donovan Colleen Madden Debbie Walmsley H.R. 126 (Front Row) Mark Holland, Jeffrey Hol¬ lins, Ruth Houtte, Gerald Huggins, Sheryl Hutchins, Joseph lannazzi, Scott Janusz, Douglas Johnson, Doug Jolly, Jacqueline Jor¬ dan, Patricia Keegan. (Second Row) Jerri Kegley, John Keisling, Joseph Kel- leher, Lisa Kelley, Donna Kennicker, Diane Kent, Susan Kent, Carolyn Kil- coyne, Patricia Kilcoyne, Debra Kneupfer, Phillip Knowlton. H.R. 127 (First Row) Stephen Lagana, Theodore Lampros, Sharon Lanen, Pamela Laorenza, Lisa Law, John Lawlor, Paula Leclerc, Donald Lenois, Paula Letourneau, Dan Lewis. (Second Row) Elizabeth Lidstone, Jeffrey Long, Janice Lord, Donna Lumb, Sandra Lusten- berger, William Lynch, Judith MacCannell, Peter MacDonald, Mark Mac- Lean, Ellen MacNeil, Jonathan Leighton. 91 Ricky Ringdahl Janice Delia H.R. 128 (First Row) Colleen Madden, Guy Malandrino, Dominick Mangano, Leonard Mang- ano, Scott Maranto, Patricia Marchisio, Barry Martin, Peter Martinaits, Donna Massey, Sandra Mathews. (Second Row) Donn Mattos, Caroline McBride, Robert McCarthy, Stephen McCarthy, John McDer¬ mott, John McDonald, Kevin McGauley, John McLoughlin, Mark Mc- Murray, Michael Medolo. Bob Higgins Chris Scott 92 H.R. 129 (First Row) Robert Meikle, Kerry Mer- cier, Anne Marie Milne, Sarah Modigliani, Jean Mo- lander, Gail Morley, Jef¬ frey Moro, Paul Murphy, Shawn Murphy, Barry Nicoll. (Second Row) Scott Noon, Beth Nugent, Fred Oakes, Keith O’Brien, Kerry O’Brien, David O’Connor, Brenda Olson, Nancy Orlando, Peter Otis, Ilhan Ozberak, Frances O’Donnell. Olaf Westphalen Debbie Tiberio H.R. 131 (First ow) Jo-ann Paiva, Tom Pane- bianco, Anthony Pat¬ terson, David Peabody, Nancy Pearson, Suzanne Pelletier, Wendy Pelletier, Paula Peluso, Carla Pesata, John Peterson. (Second Row) Paul Petrycki, Theresa Phaneuf, Carol Philbrick, Susan Pierog, Carla Polizzotti, Margaret Quintal, Robert Rawson, Corinne Ringdahl, Richard Ringdahl, Laura Robinson. 93 p Paula Elias Mary Gerraughty H.R. 133 (First Row) Nancy Simmonds, Gail Simpson, Brenda Slip- kowsky, Christopher Smith, Helen Smith, Nancy Smith, James Spinney, Christine Stanton, Mary Ellen Steer, Christine Steiner. (Second Row) Mary Stewart, Dolores Stiglin, Edward Sullivan, Elizabeth Sullivan, Mary Sullivan, Maureen Sulli¬ van, Wayne Swanson, Janet Sweeney, David Taylor, Christopher Thomas. H.R. 132 (First Row) Janet Rokes, Frances Rokous, William Rouleau, Cynthia Rowlands, Lauren Roy, Robert Rudis, Shawn Ryan, Deborah Salois, Michael Saltman, Debra Sangermano, Christine Schapker. (Second Row) Cynthia Scheipers, David Schreyack, Grieg Schrock, Betsy Schwarzenberg, Christopher Scott, Jean Seccareccio, Lauren Ser- reti, Maribeth Seubert, James Shalhoup, Paula Siegal, Carlos Rodriquez. Scott Noon 94 H.R. 134 (Front Row) David Thompson, Deborah Tiberio, Frank Tridenti, Michael Ursillo, William Vaillancourt, Deborah Walmsley, Arthur Walsh, David Warwick, William Watson, Olaf Westphalen. (Second Row) Andrea Wil¬ liams, Bethany Williams, Martha Willie, Paul Willis, Jeffrey Wilson, Robert Wilson, Randy Wood, Robin Woodbum, Thorn¬ ton Woodworth, Michael Zahreciyan, Kevin Zom. Arthur Detora Susan Palermo 95 CLASS OF ’80 Sue Elberry (Secretary); Sue DeLellis (Vice-President); Grace Testa, (Presi¬ dent). 1 ' B£ ST CLAi A Homecoming Poster H.R. 232 (First Row) Kim Abate, Karen Alexander, Andrew Alvino, Michael An- naloro, Christine As- pinall, Mark Atwood, Norman Bailey, Stephen Beattie, John Beime, Justin Benin- casa. (Second Row) Lee Bevin, Paul Bis- choff, Sharon Bisson, Brigid Bligh, Belinda Boudreau, Richard Bowman, Peter Ber- nardin, Ronald Bran- deberry. 96 Stephen Noone H.R. 233 (First Row) Mike Cannell, Wendy Bresnahan, Tom Broadhead, Kathleen Brown, Melanie Bur¬ gess, Ann Bush- nell Susan But- urlia, Bridget Gal¬ lery, Michael Cam- pagna, Peter Campbell. (Second Row) Earline Bruce, Cheryl Carbone, Jef¬ frey Carr, Robin Champion, Jane Ch¬ ase, Bruce Chenard, Paul Chory, David Clinquegrana, Cynthia Cluney. H.R. 234 (First Row) Robert Cochrane, Peter Condon, Debra Conlon, Jim Connelly, Judith Connor, Rickie Consentino, Michael Corcoran, Timothy Corcoran, Judith Cos¬ tello, Donald Crane, Joan Cristaldi. (Sec¬ ond Row) Cheryl Cyr, Scott Davis, William Deadder, Elizabeth Debarba, Thomas De¬ laney, Susan Delellis, Richard Delisle, Robert Deltwas, Michael Dion, Judy Devlin, Tracy Alakel. Rickey Roche Scott Guthrie, Gene Northam, Robbie Robinson. Joan Cristaldi, Rita McConaghy 97 H.R. 235 (First Row) Carol Doerr, Patricia Dolan, Robert Donahue, Kellee Donegan, Lee Doucette, Lynne Doucette, Susan Douglas, Allan Driscoll, Mariann Driscoll, Thomas Driscoll, Stephen Duf- resne. (Second Row) Laurie Dunn, Susan El- berry, Mary English, John Enright, Janice Farrell, Stacy Ferguson, Shannon Ferris, Caroline Fiorino, Wayne Firth, Eric Fitzgerald, Christine Fischer. Vernon Gable, Donna Gulezian, Dorothy Taylor, Kathy Kierstead. David Perkins, Joe Querci. Dave Licciardi Tom Plant 98 H.R. 236 (First Row) Cindy Fontaine, Anthony Forgetta, Paul Fragala, Robert Fraser, Vernon Gable, Denise Gallant, Mitzi Gauthier, Frank Gelinas, Patricia Gerraughty, Lisa Gianetti, Kenneth Giaquinta. (Second Row) Glenn Gioseffi, Michael Gorman, William Gorman, Gayle Gosselin, Robert Gosselin, Steven Graham, Denise Gravel, JoAnne Grover, Ann Guglielmino, Joseph Fox, Phil Beninato. Paul Chory Robbie Fraser, John Reusch. Anthony Forgetta, Bill Gorman Tim Cochrane hi ' ft - • ; i . ! %X ' ‘ H.R. 237 (First Row) Lroi Guillmette, Donna Gule- zian, Scott Guthrie, Wil¬ liam Halloran, Ann Haltmaier, Christopher Hamel, Karen Hamilton, Eva Hamori, Anna Marie Hart, Linda May Harvey, Elena Hasapis, Catherine Hayes, Christopher Hel- frich. (Second Row) Joseph Helfrich, David Higginbot- tom, Daniel Hiller, Mar¬ garet Hillner, Lori Hilton, Laura Homer, Michael Houde, Deborah Hughes, William Hurley, Christ¬ opher Hutchins, Wendy Jamar, Maureen Hillarby, Nancy Johnson. H.R. 238 (First Row, L-R), Maura Jordan, Kathy Joyce, Nancy Kent, Kathy Kierstead, Colleen Kilcoyne, Roberta Kingsley, Marty Lawlor, Bruce Kingsley. (Second Row, L-R), Jessica Larkin, Nancy Leslie, Dave Licciardi, Richard Kryzynski, Jeff Leighton, Karen Long, Patti Lundquist, Linda Compagnone, Tim Long. H.R. 239 (First Row) Mary Lyons, Patricia Mac¬ Donald, Robyn Mac¬ Donald, Martha MacLeish, Susan MacneU, Karen Ma¬ han, Karen Mailloux, Theresa Main, Timothy Marocco, Shari Marsh, Robert Maurer. (Second Row) Andra McCarthy, Kathleen McCarthy, Rita McConaghy, Cheryl Mc¬ Donald, Joan McDonald, Francis McGuire, Paul McGuire, Mary Beth Mcln- nis, Dennis McManus, An¬ thony Melillo, Timothy Mel¬ vin, Heidi Middlemiss. John Enright David Whitehad, Marty Lawlor 100 Joe GiosefB, Coach Nunzio DiMarca Linda Harvey H.R. 240 (First Row) Stephen Miele, Donna Mills, Tammy Milne, Lindsay Mofford, Janet Molander, Charlotte Mon¬ roe, Thomas Murphy, Wil¬ liam Nelson, Lisa Nicosia, Nicole Nicosia, Keith Nitzche, Christine Noebel. (Second Row) Eric Nolin, Stephen Noone, Gene Northam, Laura Nugent, James O’Leary, Lori O’Sullivan, Ruth Olwine, Craig Ouellette, Lisa Owen, Kimberly Packer. 101 H.R. 241 (First Row) Julie Ann Paige, Michael Pan- gione, Dana Patterson, David Perkins, Whitney Perry, Michael Petrycki, Gregory Phair, Stephen Pimpis, Thomas Plant, Mary Poirier, Diane Poutenis, Marie Powell, Joseph Querci. (Second Row) James (Quinlan, James Quinn, Scott Quinn, Allen Reasor, Karen Re¬ ese, Joseph Reitano, John Reusch, Brian Reynolds, John Rheaume, Cynthia Richards, Susan Roberts, William Robertson, Brenda Robinson, Irma Perez. H.R. 242 (First Row) Ellen Robinson, Kimberly Robinson, Richard Roche, Rick Rokes, Scott Ronco, Lee Anne Roop, Mary Beth Rossi, Douglas Royal, Kenneth Saalfrank, John Sangermano, Matthew Sapienza, Timmy Scanlon. (Second Row) Karen Scar¬ borough, Laura Schmitke, Suzanne Schreyack, Lisa Serreti, Clifford Seymour, John Shalhoup, Bryan Shaver, Eileen Sheehan, Kelly Ann Shepley, Mar¬ garet Shields, Eric Sideri, Joe Cassidy. Debbie Lindley Chris Noebel, Debbie Hughes 102 Steve Dufresne John Enright, David Higginbottom Cheryl Theriault H.R. 243 (First Row) Kim¬ berly Siegel, Frank Silva, Kathleen Slade, Audrey Smith, John Smolak, Mary Soucy, Debra Spina, Tracey Stack, Michael Steer, Daniel Stevens, Karin Stewart, Leonard Stoessel. (Second Row) Kendra Strobel, Thomas Sullivan, Judith Sweeney, Dorothy Taylor, Marie Taylor, Tanya Taylor, An¬ thony Terranova, Grace- Marie Testa, Cheryl Theriault, Cynthia Thomp¬ son, Elizabeth Torrey, James Torrey, Pauline Trzcinski. H.R. 246 (First Row) Judy Turner, Maura Turner, Robert Uttley, Joseph Ver- ville, Maria Vivelros, Michael Voisine, Nancy Volpe, Donna Voris, Bon¬ nie Wagoner, Philip Wat¬ son, David Weigel. (Sec¬ ond Row) Robert Weins¬ tein, Mary Jo Wentworth, Detlef Westphalen, David Whitehead, Teresa Whit¬ ney, Valerie Williams, Jane Wilson, Penny Wilson, Mark Wolfenden, Kimberly Wonson, Susan Wilson. 103 H.R. 241 (First Row) Julie Ann Paige, Michael Pan- gione, Dana Patterson, David Perkins, Whitney Perry, Michael Petrycki, Gregory Phair, Stephen Pimpis, Thomas Plant, Mary Poirier, Diane Poutenis, Marie Powell, Joseph Querci. (Second Row) James Quinlan, James Quinn, Scott Quinn, Allen Reasor, Karen Re¬ ese, Joseph Reitano, John Reusch, Brian Reynolds, John Rheaume, Cynthia Richards, Susan Roberts, William Robertson, Brenda Robinson, Irma Perez. H.R. 242 (First Row) Ellen Robinson, Kimberly Robinson, Richard Roche, Rick Rokes, Scott Ronco, Lee Anne Roop, Mary Beth Rossi, Douglas Royal, Kenneth Saalfrank, John Sangermano, Matthew Sapienza, Timmy Scanlon. (Second Row) Karen Scar¬ borough, Laura Schmitke, Suzanne Schreyack, Lisa Serreti, Clifford Seymour, John Shalhoup, Bryan Shaver, Eileen Sheehan, Kelly Ann Shepley, Mar¬ garet Shields, Eric Sideri, Joe Cassidy. Debbie Lindley Chris Noebel, Debbie Hughes 102 Steve Dufresne John Enright, David Higginbottom ' S GMTS Cheryl Theriault H.R. 243 (First Row) Kim¬ berly Siegel, Frank Silva, Kathleen Slade, Audrey Smith, John Smolak, Mary Soucy, Debra Spina, Tracey Stack, Michael Steer, Daniel Stevens, Karin Stewart, Leonard Stoessel. (Second Row) Kendra Strobel, Thomas Sullivan, Judith Sweeney, Dorothy Taylor, Marie Taylor, Tanya Taylor, An¬ thony Terranova, Grace- Marie Testa, Cheryl Theriault, Cynthia Thomp¬ son, Elizabeth Torrey, James Torrey, Pauline Trzcinski. H.R. 246 (First Row) Judy Turner, Maura Turner, Robert Uttley, Joseph Ver- ville, Maria Vivelros, Michael Voisine, Nancy Volpe, Donna Voris, Bon¬ nie Wagoner, Philip Wat¬ son, David Weigel. (Sec¬ ond Row) Robert Weins¬ tein, Mary Jo Wentworth, Detlef Westphalen, David Whitehead, Teresa Whit¬ ney, Valerie Williams, Jane Wilson, Penny Wilson, Mark Wolfenden, Kimberly Wonson, Susan Wilson. 103 Education makes the man. Mr. Peter V. Garofoli — Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Aniela V. Zimny — Secretary 105 Mr. Daniel L. Desmond — Principal Mr. Arthur J. Hamel — Assistant Principal Mr. Thomas L. Regan — Director of Guidance Mr. Harwood Steele 104 Science is the labor and handicraft of the mind. Miss Mary Martin Mr. Philip Towle Mrs. Marion Colby Mr. James O’Neill Mr. William Foulds 106 Mr. Richard Rozzi Mr. Jerome Marchegiani Mr. Robert Bennett — Department Head Mr. Peter Kalafarski Mr. Stephen Buco 107 While we read history, we make history. Mrs. Anita Moulton 108 1 I i k:. 1 ■ Mr. Albert Perrault — Department Head Mr. William Boutilier Mr. Raymond Grady 109 Mr. John Kelley Mr. Arthur Forgetta — Department Head Mrs. Judith Watson Mr. Robert Parker Mr. Albert Berman 110 Mr. Anthony McGowan 1 Mr. George O’Shea ( Mr. Robert Sullivan Mr. V. David Rogers i I j Mr. Americo Fichera They never yet could find my measure 111 Mr. Robert C. Autieri [ Mrs. Enid M. Allen — Department Head Mrs. Martha Albondy Mr. Charles Clark Mr. Anthony M. Reynolds Mr. Richard W. Kiberd Mrs. Virginia Weaver English is half a trade and half an art. The world is a circle of languages. Miss Irene T. McLaughlin — Department Head Mr. Mario G. Giordano Miss Lorraine Lostomolo Mr. Joseph S. Trombly Mr. Mitchell Carter Mr. Arthur P. Hall Mr. Paul A. Spadafore America’s business is business. Miss Claire T. Torpey — Department Head Miss Margaret M. Phelan Mr. Joseph P. Bevilacqua t a- ' " - Mrs. Helen Driscoll 115 Mr. Francis J. Troy li 116 Mr. Lee Teitel Mr. Charles Keller Miss Mary Healey — Music Supervisor Skill to do comes of doing. 117 After “to love”, “to help” is the most beautiful verb of all. Mrs. Carolyn Koczera Mr. Robert V. Guptill — Librarian Mrs. Mary Mascola Mr. John R. Robinson — Audio-Visual Data Processing 118 Mrs. Mary L. Kilcoyne 119 At the game’s end we shall see who gains. Mr Mir hQAl T Custodial Staff (L-R) Aldo Som- movigo, Chester Low, George Lumb, George Cunningham, Bill Gorton, Arthur Bastian. Cafeteria Staff (Top Row) Mrs. Gladys Vanderbilt, Mrs. Wscilla Wilson, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Kay Campagnone, Mr. Owen Morris (Supervisor), Mrs. L. Hilbert, Mrs. Ann Kirk, Mrs. Dorothy Bird, Mrs. P. Taylor. (Bottom Row) Mrs. Nova Fleet, Mrs. Nancy Clough, Mrs. Ruth McAvoy, Mrs. Gladys Chase, Mrs. Agnes Marsch, Mrs. Pat Cavanaugh, Mrs. Helen Stanwood. Mrs. Virginia A. Foulds — School Nurse . . . Avith a little help from my friends. Mrs. Antoinette Carbone 121 122 T m E V i: ii li! ' ll t|l I I i ' 1 I ' I N T •l I 126 127 Girls spark spirit! What would a high school athletic event be without the presence of the cheerleaders? These girls make up an important part of the overall ath¬ letic program as they help stimulate enthusiasm and school spirit at the sporting events held throughout the school year. This year’s squad led by tri¬ captains Janice Kelsey, Erica Hel- frich and Colleen Canty worked hard, along with Coach Gorman, to put together an excellent team. The squad’s long hours of work was ap¬ preciated by all who saw them per¬ form during the year. First Row; (L-R) Susie Fountain, Christine Schapker, Paula Siegal, MaryBeth Keleher, Nancy Oakes, Kelly Trainor, Tricia Kil- coyne. Second Row; (L-R) Doreen Gallant, Eileen Dean, Kathy Doyle, Mary Ellen Dris¬ coll. Third Row; Lise Schapker, Leslie Good, Janice Kelsey, Erica Helfrich, Sharon Connelly, Paula Vanasse. Top; Colleen Canty. Eileen Dean 128 Nancy Oakes Tricia Kilcoyne jr » t itfi U ,!? » m »» w M ? » « »»rt -».7 iV M.;; • • . . Sharon Connelly Colleen Canty 129 Knights post 9-1 record. This year’s football team finished the year with an outstanding 9-1 record, the best in this school’s history. Under the direction of Coach Rorke and Captain Tim Keegan, the Knights closed the season ranking third in their division. Linebacker, Dave Stone; quarterback, Mike Chaput; and 1000 yard rushing tailback, Dan Brucato were a few of the key players that helped lead the Knights to their outstanding season. i • ( f -jl Au yjr mmIKt Mr. Carnavalli, Mr. O’Neill, Tim Keegan, Mr. Rorke, Mr. Rozzi 130 Stone, Mike Chaput, Jim Rullo, Kevin Whithead, Bart Forgetta, Tim McCarron, Steve Lynch, BiU Chory, Tim Keegan, John Licciardi, Jim Gillen, Kevin Denuccio, Kevin Murphy, Donald Scheipers, Bill Shepley, Dan Brucato, Coach Rorke. (Second Row) llhan Ozberak, John Dmcoll, Fred Oakes, Mike Fioccoprile, Chris Calzetta, Tom Starr, Charlie McKinley, Jim Gosslin, Eric Swanson, Meve McManus, Mark Onanian, Joe Giarrusso, Kevin Callagy, Mike Laorenza, Terry Edwards, Mr. Rozzi. (Third Row) David Peabody, George Patndge, Mark Androski, Tom Earle, Jim Addonigio, Vincent Helfrich, E.J. Roberts, Jim Chase, Paul DiSalvo, Mike McGuire, Paul Dnscoll, bred Soucy, George Bourne, Tyler Monroe, Mr. O’Neill. (Fourth Row) Mike Bisson, Jim Gallagher, Bill Vaillancourt, Kenny onahue, Steve McCarthy, Pet Otis, Mike Conway, Jimmy Spinney, John Peterson, Paul Willis, Jim Fraser, Mike Koczera, Jim Cassidy, Robert Bernardm. (Fifth Row) C ns Scott, Bob Rawson, John Alaimo, Scott Bradley, Jack Lawlor, Richard Ringdahl, Terry Holland, Jim Shaloup, John McDermott, Mr. Carnavalli. Chris Calzetta Tom Erie, Bill Chory Mike Chaput Mike Laorenza 131 Preparing for the big time. The J.V. Football Team finished the season with a promising 6-3-1 record. The starting unit was comprised of mostly juniors and a few sophomores. Coach Jim O’Neill is looking forward to a good season next year, with many returning players and many good freshman prospects. Outstanding members of this year’s team included Paul Willis, Jim Cassidy, and Vin Helfrich. 132 Cape Ann League Champs! The Frosh started off slowly losing a non-league game to Methuen, but then they came alive winning 8 out of 8 games to win the League Championship. The team, under the direction of Coach Cavanaugh and Captain Tim Cor¬ coran, gained a lot of valuable experience this year and is looking forward to a great J.V. season next year. (First Row) Bobby Gosselin, Mark Wolfenden, Marty Lawlor, Joe Cassidy, Kenny Saalfrank, Paul McGuire, Tom Broadhead, Tom Plant, Frank Silva, David Hiller. (Second Row) Jim Connelly, Steve Dufresne, Frank McGuire, John Smolak, John DiSalvo, John Rheume, Mike Steer, Pete Con¬ don, Joe Helfrich. (Third Row) Bill Nelson, Tim Morocco, Fritz Hoehn, Eric Sided, Frank Gelinas, Anthony Melillo, Whitney Perry, John Reuschi, Bruce Shernard. (Fourth Row) Dave Weigel, Bob Cochrane, Bob Uttley, Dave Lic- ciardi, Tim Corcoran, Dave Walsh, Dave Whitehead, Richard Bow¬ man, Michael Campagna. 133 Carney and Tokar League All Stars. The Varsity soccer team, coached by James Guica, was plagued with injuries this season, and finished the year with a 3-9-2 record. Tri¬ captains Barry Noebel, Tom Carney and Shawn Callagy led the defen¬ sive units while Charles Tokar and Chris Smith added the offensive punch. Tokar and Carney were elected to the All-League Team. Next year promises to be a better season with a full squad of returning vet¬ erans to lead the way. Chris Smith Tom Carney (First Row) Gus Salvetti, David Clark, Curt Robinson, Brian Wolfenden, Tom Carney, Shawn Callagy, Barry Noebel, Jimmy Blackwell, Randy Eaton, John Mas- cola, Chris Smith. (Second Row) Jimmy Treadwell, Charles Tokar, Steve Caron, James Austin, Tom Zahoruiko, Dan Leonard, Billy Carragher, Dan Sulli¬ van, Chris Benincasa, John Haltmaier, Kim Hale, Jim Costello, Bill Brennan, Bill Watson, Mario Mino. Tri-Captains Shawn Callagy, Barry Noebel, Tom Carney 134 Young team posts winning season (First Row) Glenn Gioseffi, Jody Verville, Gene Northern, Tim Crane, Don Crane, Mike Voisine, Jim Treadwell, Bill Gillen, Todd Closson, Chris Smith, Jack Beirre, Steve Noone, Chris Helfrich, Bill Brennan, Jim Costello, John Sangermano. (Second Row) A1 Schreyack, Dan Leonard, Steve Turner, Tom Zahoruiko, Paul Firth, Mike Powers, Chris Benincasa, Wayne Firth, Paul Murphy, Mike Kittle, Jim Austin, Coach Nunzio Di- Marca, John Haltmaier, John Leighton, Dave Marinelli, Jusitn Benincasa, Buddy Lampros, Dave Schreyack, Mario Mino, Bill Watson. -I, Paul Firth The junior varsity squad worked hard this year and com¬ piled a 6-2-0 record. The offense, led by Jim Costello and Bill Brennan, scored a total of 18 goals. They were backed up by the defensive “wall” of Paul Firth, Jim Austin, Justin Benin¬ casa and Bill Watson. 135 Girls compile 6-3-3 record. The Lady Knights overcame setbacks from tough teams like Manchester and Amesbury to hold a respectable season re¬ cord of 6-3-3. Although teamwork was the key to their success, individuals were cited for their performances. Co-captain Mary Beth Lawlor was elected to the C.A.L. All Star Team and was also chosen as the M.V.P. of the season. Betsy Plant was hon¬ ored with the un-sung heroine award, while Lynn Martin, the lone goalie, was cited for her improvement. Patty Conner (First Row; L-R) Patty Connor, Sue Korb, Beth Shellnut, Lynn Kelly, Mary Beth Lawlor, Betsy Plant, Jeannine Carrier, Coach Pamp. (Second Row) Janice Peluso, Lynn Martin, Maureen Madden, Sharon Zagorski, Jean Lafond, Sue Madgley, Carol Long, Val Gacioch. Lynne Kelly, Janice Peluso 136 Mary Beth Lawlor and Val Gacioch Sharon Zagorski and Mary Beth Lawlor Furnari saves! The J.V. Lady Knights, under the leadership of Co-captains Barbara Catalano and Stacy Ronan shot their way to a 4-2-6 season. With Amy Furnari in goal, quite a few games which could have been los¬ ses were held to ties. Janice Peluso ■ - M 1 ■ - — f aSi npi K • • t j Kj C " I tl- Bsai • Im m ff k ]j Miss Pamp and Mrs. Morrison (First Row; L-R) Coach Stone, Amy Furnari, Debbie Aboud, Cathy Catalano, Stacy Ronan, Barbara Catalano, Karen Mailloux, Erin Callery, Maura Turner. (Second Row) Liz Sulli¬ van, Gail Gosselin, Nancy Beirne, Cheryl McDonald, Sharon Lanen, Karen Long, Kathy MacLeish, Colleen Madden. 137 I I J.- t- t f Harriers have uphill season. (Front Row; L-R) John Fyfe, Dano Coskren, Olaf Westphalen. (Second Row) Robert Maura, Danny Long, Jeff Holland, Bob Nassar, Kevin Kilcoyne. Coach Kelley and Captain Ron Nixon, led the Knights to vic¬ tory in their first four meets of the year. However, as the season progressed the inexperienced team’s schedule grew more dif¬ ficult and they finished the year with a 5-8 record. Nixon, Art and Dave Detora, Charlie Beliveau and Mark Woodworth con¬ sistently placed high in meets. Next year’s captains elect Be¬ liveau, Dan Sullivan and Miles Caponnette are looking forward to a successful season as many excellent runners from this year’s team will be returning. ! (Front Row; L-R) Dan Sulli- j van, Willis Jenkins, Ron Ni¬ xon, David Detora, Jeff Rand. (Second Row) Steve Beaton, Joe lannazzi. Miles j Caponette, Charlie Beliveau, i John MacDonald, Mark i Woodworth, Arthur Detora. I 138 Stiglin Stars! The girls’ Cross Country Team, also coached by Mr. Kelly and captained by Tara Stiglin, had an impressive fall season. The girls, led by Kelly Scanlon, Kathy McDonald and Lynn Kilcoyne, compiled a record of 7 wins against only 3 losses. The team placed second in the Cape Ann League, with Captain Tara Stiglin taking third place in the Cape Ann League annual meet. (First Row; L-R) Ann Keegan, Lynn Kilcoyne, Tara Stiglin, Kelly Scanlon, Kathy McDonald. (Second Row) Shannon Ferris, Cathy Slade, Carol Leslie, Char¬ lene Eaton, Martha MacLeish. 139 Dewhirst is high scorer. The North Andover Hockey Team, coached by Mr. Walter Fitzgerald, had a disappointing record of 3-12 this season. Outstanding members of this year’s squad in¬ cluded high scorer Jim Dewhirst, defensive standout Cap¬ tain Tom Carney, and Dan Brucato. With many returning lettermen, the team’s prospects for next year should be greatly improved. BiU Sherlock, Connie Donnelly Chris Rivet, Jeff Condon Mike Saltman (First Row) Charlie Hutchins, Tom Stan¬ ton, Bart Forgetta, James Blackwell, Tom Carney, Steve Beaton, Joe Shalhoup, Connie Donnelly, Jim Shalhoup. (Second Row) Coach Danahy, Jim Dewhirst, Gerry Caron, Jim Fraser, Jeff Condon, Mike Saltman, Bill Sher¬ lock, Tom Zahoruiko, Dan Brucato, Vinnie Helfrich, Steve Caron, Rich Kenniker, Bruce Hamblet, Chris Rivet, Coach Fitzgerald. ‘M m 140 Cheering the team on! 141 i I I L Girls Tie for First Place. This year’s team, under the leadership of Co-Captains Cindy Roop and Chris Cushing, worked long and hard to improve their skiing skills. The girls achieved an excellent 10-1 record for their efforts and tied for first place in the Merrimack Valley Ski League. The boys didn’t fare so well, but they are a young team and got some needed experience. They are looking forward to a better season next year. Mr. Marchegiani was the coach for both teams. Coach Marchegiani James Crane (First Row) Glen Gioseffi, Rickey Rokes, Bill Gillen, Debbie Walmsley, Maria Fragala, Nancy Orlando, Cindy Roop, Chris Cushing. (Sec¬ ond Row) Bob Nassar, Ken Salfrank, Betsy Plant, Helen Smith, Pattie Carbone, Alison Driscoll, Paula Elias, Beth Rokous, Rick DeLisle, Tom Plant. (Third Row) Coach Marchegiani, Liz Ec- kerson, Kevin Mur¬ phy, James Crane, Beth Cushing, Kim Siegel, LeeAnne Roop, Steve Johnson, Tom Panabianco, Margus Cranston, Joe lannazzi, Kim Smith. (Fourth Row) Brian Hayes, Joe Phelan, Steve Meile, Donna Higgins, Cindy Thompson, Dave Thompson, Steve Lagana, George Grif¬ fin, Kevin DeNuccio, Bob Higgins. 142 j Liz Eckerson Pattie Carbone Joe Phelan Kim Smith Kevin DeNuccio 143 Knights make Tournament. Co-captains Tim Keegan and Mike Chaput continued the Knight’s tradi¬ tion of victory. The team finished with a 17-4 record and shot their way into the Tech Tournament. As usual, the strength of the team was their tough defense, engineered by Coach Bob Licare. An exciting season came to an end when the Knights lost an overtime game to Masconomet in the quarter- finals of the tournament. (First Row) Dan Chaisson, Jack McEvoy, (Captains) Mike Chaput and Tim Keegan, Barry Noebel, Tim McCarron. (Second Row) Coach Licare, Jeff Costello, Billy Smith, John Haltmaier, Tom Erie, Kevin Callagy, Mike Laorenza. 144 Conference with Coach Licare 145 i r r f Zagorski Achieves honors. The Girls’ Varsity Basketball team had a tremendous season placing second in the Cape Ann League Western Division. The Knights finished the year with a record of 13-5. The girls were led by Co¬ captains Sharon Zagorski and Terry Clement, who both made the All-Star Team. Sharon also made the All-League Team. Laurie Barker I I i i Val Gacioch (First Row) Co-Captains: Sharon Zagorski, Val Gacioch. (Second Row) Anne Marie Keegan, Mau¬ reen Madden, Mary Beth Lawlor, Nancy Burnett, Lynn Kelly. (Third Row) Manager Charlene Eaton, Beth Shellnut, Shari Johansen, Nancy Burtulia, Terry Clement, Laurie Barker, Coach Pamp. y . IH ■ Bn - X. rvLUl B ( I 146 Co-Captains; Sharon Zagorski and Val Gacioch with Coach Pamp. Laurie Barker Anne Marie Keegan Anne Marie Keegan Mary Beth Lawlor 147 J.V.’s have 15-3 Record This year’s junior varsity basketball team compiled an outstanding record of 15-3. Among the players who contributed to the team’s success were Barbara Catalano, Ann Long, Robin Cunningham and Ruth Bushnell. Mrs. Morrison is the J.V. Coach. Carrie Fiorino Ann Long 148 mk B . ■B vik7 r jpST 1 T ■r ,v wr bKiI f W M yTTirJTi K fti » JIB Jjl 1 jpB (First Row) Mrs. Morrison (Coach), Carla Polizotti, Ruth Bushnell, Pam Laorenza, Cathy Catalano. (Second Row) Mary Beth Soucie, Barbara Catalano, Ann Long, Gail Gosselin, Sue Heafy. (Third Row) Ellen Hennes¬ sey, Paula Leclerc, Robin Cunningham, Carol Breen, Lisa Dewhirst, Sharon Broadhead, Sandra Gundal. A winning tradition. The young Knights stormed to a 15-3 record with Mr. Fichera at the helm. Among this year’s outstanding J.V. performers were Jim Grover, John Kiesling and Paul Willis. John Kiesling (Firsl Row) Roben Rudis, Paul Willis, Jim Grover, John Kiesling, Kevin Bartolotta. (Second Row) Coach Fichera, Kevin Zorn, Frank Triden ti, Bob Wilson, Dave Forzese, Scott Bradley, Tim Crane. 149 i Boys tie for Championship Mr. Sheehan coached this year’s freshman team to a 15-2 record. The team tied for the championship in the Cape Ann League. Key players included Tom Broadhead, David Walsh and Robert Uttley. (First Row) Bill Halloran, Frank Gelinas, Bob Cochrane, Steven Beattie, Bob Uttley, Dennis McManus. (Second Row) Coach Sheehan, Manager Joe Cassidy, Peter Bernardin, Tom Broadhead, Mike Dion, Dave Whitehead, Tim Corcoran, Man¬ ager John Reusch, Missing from picture — Dave Walsh. I I I I ! t I Coach Sheehan and bench Bob Uttley Tom Broadhead 150 Fiorino and Grover lead team. The Freshman Basketball Team, coached by Miss Pat Lawlor, had another winning season. This year’s cap¬ tains were Joanne Grover and Carrie Fiorino. Other out¬ standing players were Sue Elbeery, Ann Haltmaier and Karen Long. (First Row) Car rie Fiorino, Rita McConaghy, Lee Doucette, Kim Wonson, Lynne Doucette, Ann Bushnell. (Second Row) Coach Law¬ lor, Kim Chase, Cheryl McDonald, Joanne Grover, Karen Long, Susan Elberry, Ann Haltmaier. (Third Row) Managers Mary Jo Wentworth, Denise Gravel, Tricia Connelly, Sue DeLellis. 151 1 i I I I I I i Chory and Kelley N.E. Champs! This year ' s wrestling team, coached by Mr. Crozier, finished second in the Cape Ann League. The team’s record was 17-0-2. The Knights took fifth place in the state meet. Among the wrestlers qualifying for the state meet were: Doug Jolly, Joe Giarrusso, Mike Fioccoprile and Joe Helfrich. John Quintal placed fourth in the state while Captain Bill Chory and Tom Kelley won their divisions, and went on to win the New England Championships. Mike Fioccoprile John Quintal Bill Chory (First Row) Doug Jolly, Dan Hiller, Tom Kelley, John Quintal, Joe Giar¬ russo, Joe Helfrich, Asst. Coach Gen- drun. (Second Row) Coach Crozier, Mike Fioccoprile, Kevin Whitehead, Dave Peabody, Bill Chory, Steve McManus, Fritz Hoehn. (Third Row) David Cinquegrana, Mario Mino, John DiSalvo, Frank Silva, Billy Watson, Rickey Camire, Paul Chory, Frank Dushame. (Fourth Row) Peter Otis, John Bieme, Tony Mellillo, Bill Lynch, Jeff Wilson, Bruce Emerick, Steve Ca¬ mire. 152 I Steve McManus 153 Pitchin! (First Row; L-R) Jim Rullo, Bill Shepley, Don Scheipers, Jim Gillen, Steve Lynch. (Second Row) Coach Strobel, Michael Laorenza, Chris Calzetta, Tom Erie, Dan Chaisson, John Lic- ciardi, Robert Bernardin. Under the direction of Coach Strobel and Captain John Licciardi, the Varsity Baseball Team’s prospects for a Cape Ann League Championship this season seems promising. The nucleus of the ' ll squad will be its fine pitching staff led by returning lettermen; John Licciardi, Mike Laorenza, Jim Gillen and Tom Erie. In addition, returning players like Don Scheipers, Bill Shepley, and Jim Rullo are expected to add the offensive and defensive strengths to make the team a top contender for the League title. Mike Laorenza Bob Bernardin 154 i 1 I Steve Lynch, and company. 155 Girls clear hurdles Last year the girls’ Track Team had an outstanding season of 10 wins and 3 losses. This spring, under the coaching of Ms. Patricia Lawlor, and co-captains Anne Marie Keegan and Tara Stiglin, the team is looking for¬ ward to another great year! With Nancy Buturlia doing the 220, Kelly Scanlon running the mile, and Mary Beth Lawlor on the hurdles, the team has a good chance for yet another undefeated season, especially with the help of returning seniors, Ruth Marshall, Janice Peluso, Betsy Plant and PaulaVanasse. Doreen Gallant, Lori Giuffrida (First Row) Lisa Gioseffi, Beth Boyd (Co-Capt), Jo-anne Sullivan (Co-Capt), Diane Romano, Coach Lawlor. (Second Row) Anne Keegan, Marybeth Lawlor, Betsy Plant, Tara Stiglin, Paula Vanasse, Ruty Marshall. (Third Row) Tricia Keegan, Debbie Sangermano, Meg Quin¬ tal, Kathy Boyd, Carolyn Kilcoyne, Mar- reen Hennessey, Lori Giuffrida, Tricia Kilcoyne. (Fourth Row) Ruth Houtte, Charlene Eaton, Debbie Connors, Lor¬ raine Tartaglione, Val Mitchell, Laura Stoessel, Doreen Gallant, Mary Ellen Driscoll, Andrea Williams. (Fifth Row) Pam Laorenza, Chris Schapker, Sue Korb, Karen Smith, Debbie Roche, Janice Peluso, Liz Lidstone, Ann Calzetta. (Sixth Row) Kelly Scanlon, Donna Higgins, Stacey Ronan, Maureen Gallagher, Kathy McDonald, Carolyn McBride, Patrice Rivet. (Last Row) Nancy Buturlia, Janice Lord, Delores Stiglin, Cindy Melvin, Marie Fraggala. 156 Knights run on. First Row — Don Ellard, Chris Wentworth, Dave Nickerson, Jack Taminine, Bob Quintal, Marty Driscoll, Mike Driscoll, Peter Sandstrom, Charlie Otis, Dave Cantone. Second Row — John Haltmaier, Charlie McKinley, Dave Stone, Kevin Murphy, Kevin Kilcoyne, Vin- nie Helfrich, Steve McManus, Jim Gosselin. Third Row — George Early, Dave Donovan, Bob Blain, Paul Driscoll, George Borne, John Alaimo, Charlie Beliveau, Jeff Kingsley. Fourth Row — Coach Welch, Artie Detora, Dan Sullivan, Charlie Hutchins, John Campbell, Dan Brucato, Mike Chaput, Jim Cassidy, Coach O’Neill. Fifth Row — Chris Scott, Joe Kelleher, Dave O’Connor, John McDermott, Steve McCarthy, Paul Willis, Bruce Emerick, Dave Taylor, Scott Bradley. Sixth Row — Kevin Fontaine, Olaf Westpha- len, Joe lanazzi, Ilhan Ozberak, John McDonald, Tim Quinlan, Kevin Callagy, Dan Connolly, Mike Conway. John Haltmaier Steve McManus The track team, coached by Mr. O’Neill and Mr, Welch, are expecting an improvement over last sea¬ son’s record of three wins against six losses. The 77 squad will be led by NAHS record holder Captain Dave Stone, and a number of re¬ turning varsity lettermen. Among those expected to make significant contribu¬ tions are distance runners Dan Brucato, John Haltmaier and Kevin Cal¬ lagy. The field events will be strengthened by the re¬ turn of John Campbell, Mike Chaput and Dan Con¬ nolly. Kevin Murphy 157 Game, set, match! Last year, the girls’ Tennis Team lost many of their best players to graduation. But with the leader¬ ship and support of their coach, Mrs. Gorman, the girls are still looking forward to a fine year. The re¬ turning stars that the team will be counting on are Paula Elias, Cathy Catalano, and Mimi Gaffney. The returning seniors this year will be Maria Galvagna, Mary Beth Pierog, and Anne Bemardin. Also return¬ ing to help the team are Ellen Hennessey and Debra Aboud. Anne Bemardin Maria Galvagna First Row (L-R), Cathy Catalano, Debbie Aboud, Chris Coughlan, Paula Elias, Mimi Gaffney. Second Row (L-R), Coach Gorman, Maria Galvagna, Mary Beth Pierog, Anne Bemardin, Barbara Catalano, Ellen Hennessey, Susan Palermo. 158 Knights of the court. Carl Bischoff With the addition of the High School courts and the grow¬ ing popularity of tennis in North Andover, the outlook for the Knights Net Squad is expected to improve greatly this year. The team, led by Coach A1 Berman and Captain John Graham, is looking forward to a successful season. Despite their 3-12 record last year, the Knights hope to rebound and be a consistent winner throughout the spring season. The squad has. a strong singles department, but their hopes lie with the performance of the doubles team. Coach Berman feels that the Knights will be a strong competitor for the Cape Ann League Crown. Key varsity players include Gerald Huggins, Pat Armitage, Jim Cosken, and returning seniors Jack Freedman and Carl Bishoff. Jim Austin (First Row) Pat Armitage, John Graham, Jim Coskren. (Second Row) Coach Berman, Jim Austin, Jack Freedman Jack Freedman, Carl Bischoff, Joe Armitage. 159 Gacioch leads team. Under the coaching of Mrs. Debra Holmen, the Knight’s Softball team may prove to be a strong contender for the Cape Ann League Championship. Lynne Kelly, Cathy Costello, Mau¬ reen Madden and Terry Clement will be returning as seniors to help their team. Also returning as a senior is Valerie Gacioch, who was last year’s Most Val¬ uable Player. Valerie plays short-stop and is also a strong hitter. These players, along with teammates like Carol Long, Beth Shellnut, Jeanne Lafond and Sue Midgely, who all played varsity last year as sophomores, should make this a good year for the Lady Knights! Carol Long Terry Clement Lynn Kelley Z ' T, Clement, Val Gacioch. Carol Long. (Second Row) Sue Midgley, Jeanne Lafond, Maureen Madden, Kathy Costello. f i m 160 Tee time! The Golf Team drove to a 6-7-1 record last year under the expert tee-ching of Coach Buco. The knight’s top golfer was Kevin McGauley, Cape Ann League Champ. With returning senior Dave Detora, and underclassmen Darren Zuill, Jim Dewhirst, Kevin Bailey and Robbie Meikle, the team hopes to out-swing the opposition once more. (First Row) Jim Oldfield, Kevin McGauley, Jim Dewhirst, Dave Detora. (Second Row) Bob Mico, Brad Mayer, Kevin Bailey, Dar¬ ren Zuill. David Detora 161 I Marching on! (First Row) Nancy Doherty — (Secretary), Mike Ryan — (Vice Pres.), Dave Scheipers — (Drum Major), Nancy Buturlia — (Trea¬ surer), Mr. Rogers. (Second Row) Nancy Or¬ lando, Debbie Walmsley, Erica Antonelli, Judy MacCannall, Claire Kilcoyne, Bob Maurer. (Third Row) Deidre Citron, Linda Steer, Anthony Forgetta, Lisa Owens, Phil Knowlton, Chris Hammel, Eva Hamori, Bill Newitt, Sherry Stamp. (Fourth Row) Marybeth Hilner, Laura Robinson, Mary Gerraughty, Jerilyn Koeske, Karen Doherty, Maria Fragala, Dave Cole, Judy Costello. (Fifth Row) Mary Ellen Currier, Karen Reese, Debbie Owens, Scott Maranto, Paula LeClerc, Linda Bernal, Linda Birch, Paul Bischoff, Pattie Hanson, Jonathan Leighton, Betty Citron, (Sixth Row) Denise Enaire, Lisa Dewhirst, Scott Noon, Susan Hanson (President), Justin Benincasa, Brad Meyer, Cliff Seymour, George Griffin, Jeff Leighton, Alan Maranto. (Seventh Row) Kathy Keirstead, Pam Dawe, Debbie Birch, Becky Henshaw, Karl Bischoff, Chris Jennison, Olaf Westphalen, Joe Fragala, Steve Lagana, Gerry Kegley. (Standing) Joan Slade, Laurie Crittenden, Bonnie Wagoner, Barbara Knowlton, Terry Salois (Color Guard Cap¬ tain). Jim McDonough 162 Under the direction of Mr. Douglas Rogers and Drum Major Dave Scheip- ers, this year’s band worked hard and long with excellent results. Their hard work was rewarded when the band placed third in the Massachusetts March¬ ing Band of the Year Contest. The band also provided half-time entertain¬ ment at all the football games, and marched in a number of local civic parades. Dave Scheipers Stage Band Flag Squad Mary Gerraughty 163 i I Sing, sing a song. North Andover’s Knightingales, directed by Ms. Nicholson, worked long and hard perfecting varied musical programs for public presenta¬ tion. The group sang at a number of functions throughout the school year. The chorus is open to all students who have an interest in singing and performing before both the student body and the local community. Deirdre Citron Martha Lynch (First Row; L-R) Sandra Bardsley, Sandy Mathews, Wendy Jamar, Nancy Doh¬ erty, Dee Dee Citron, Dorothy Taylor, Sabine Werner. (Second Row) Linda Sterr, Margaret Hill- ner, Debbie Lindley, Dar¬ lene Fladager, Lynn Theriault, Janet Molander, Betty Citron, Jean Molan¬ der, Lisa Welch, Debbie Owens. (Third Row) Martha Lynch, Jane Woodworth, Terry Salois, A1 Maranto, Brad Mayer, Roy Stevens, Mary Cur¬ rier, Jerri Kegley. 164 Sue Pierog Crowd pleasers. The Pep Club is made up of girls with school spirit. Members make posters, sponsor rallies and lead the cheering at athletic games. This year the club was under the direction of President Eileen O’Connor and Vice-President Grace Testa. (First Row; L-R) Christ¬ ian Keller, Eileen O’Connor, Grace Testa. (Second Row) Nancy Oakes, Kelley Shepley, Kathy McCarthy, Kim Packer, Sue DeLellis, Gail Gosselin, Sue El- berry, Patty Connelly, Mary Baril. (Third Row) Nancy Pearson, Mimi Gaffny, Debbie Sanger- mano. Sue Pierog, Tricia Keegan, Ruth Houtte, Lisa Law, Wendy Bove, Judy Connor. (Fourth Row) Maureen Lynch, Sue Forzese, Kathy Be¬ rube, Cheryl Cochrane, Leslie Good, Kelly Trainor, Colleen Canty, Janice Kelsey, Erica Helfrich. (Fifth Row) Gina DeCosta, Nancy Smith, Jean Mathison, Laurie Martin, Barbara Galeazzi, Debbie Con¬ nors, Carol Weigel, Sha¬ ron Connelly, Linda Compagna. 165 Students making the decisions. I This year’s Student Council conducted a wide variety of programs designed to aid both the student body and the community. Directed by President Maria Gal- vagna and advisor Mr. Buco, members met regularly to discuss upcoming projects and to plan their implementation. Among this year’s activities were Homecoming Week and Slave Day. Council members also worked hard to raise money for the Scholarship Foundation, and held a book drive for prisoners in the Lawrence Jail. (First Row; L-R) Mary Gerraughty, Sue Piergo, Nancy Pearson, Kathleen Boyd, Meg Quintal, Kathy Gordan, Debbie Sanger- mano, Kim Packer. (Sec¬ ond Row) Beth Rokous, Debbie Walmsley, MaryLou Emmett, Beth Nugent, MaryLou Con¬ nors, Ann Milne, Becky Henshaw, Debbie Doerr, Patty Connelly. (Third Row) Carla Polizzotti, Ellen Demers, Patty Ger¬ raughty, Liz Torrey, Kelly Shepley, Kathy McCarthy, Sue DeLellis, Sue Elberry, Ann Haltmaier, Carrie Fiorino. (Fourth Row) Tricia Keegan, Gina De- Coster, Paula Elias, Carol Breen, Sue Elliot, Laurie McElhiney, Donna Hig¬ gins, Wendy Bove, Linda Compagna. (Fifth Row) Jane Wilson, Tracy Gauth¬ ier, Nancy Degnan, Marian Gaffny, Kathy Catalano, Pat Armitage, Liz idstone, Judy Connor, Grace Testa. 166 Officers; MaryAnn Testa, Maria Cialvagna, Fran Forzese. (First Row; L-R) Jayne Witzgall, Edna Mangano, Gayle Hutchins, Marybeth Pierog, Maryann Testa, Fran Forzese, Maria Galvagna. (Second Row) Sharon Zagorski, Carol Weigel, Lisa Morocco, Beth Morton, Joan Medolo, Kathy Stanley, Patti Miller. (Third Row) Sue Korb, Sue McCarthy, Laura DeLellis, Diane Scarborough, Laurie Martin, Rhoda Wilson, Debbie White, Laurie Hamblet. (Fourth Row) Lisa Driscoll. Eileen O Connor, Christian Keller, Barbara Galeazzi, Tom Zahoruiko, John Haltmaier. (Fifth Row) Kevin Kilcoyne, Steve Caron. The link in the chain. Jan Nevers The Student Advisory Committee members are elected by the student body to represent their views before the school commit¬ tee. The committee is made up of five members led by Erica Helfrich. The group worked all year as the liason between the student body and members of the school administration. Kathy Doyle (Seated — L-R) Ellen Somers, Patti Miller, Jan Nevers. (Standing) Erica Helfrich, Kathy Doyle, Maria Galvagna. 167 i 1 L Scholarship plus service. Membership in the National Honor Society is open to students who fulfill the requirements of scholarship, leadership, and ser¬ vice. This year’s officers are Linda Gundal (president); John Mascola (vice-president); and Donald Scheipers (secretary). Mrs. Virginia Weaver serves as the society’s advisor. Among the programs that the group has been involved in this year are a tutorial program, two successful bloodmobiles, and a project of involvement with patients at a nearby convalescent home. Janis Kelsey 168 Marybeth Pierog and Anne Bernardin Peter Coco The Blood Drive [ (First Row; L-R) Sam Martin, Kathy Roche, Nancy Doherty, Rich Pietro, Anne MacLeish, Valerie Gacioch, Robin Hazarvartian, Rhoda Wilson, Ellen I Somers. (Second Row) Pat Gorham, Anne Bemardin, Marybeth Pierog, Janice Peluso, John Mascola, Linda Gundal, Don Scheipers, Betsy Plant, I Janice Kelsey, Lilly Norris, Leslie Good. (Third Row) Lynn Martin, Kathy MacLeish, Barbara Galeazzi, Lori Hamblet, Kathy Clark, Sue Hanson, i John Graham, Tara Stiglin, Danny Sullivan, John Quintal, Debbie White, Carol Weigel, Sandy Crouch, Elisa Welch, Cindy Roop, Laura DeLellis. (Fourth Row) Kevin Kilcoyne, Jimmy RuUo, Dave Scheipers, Tom Zahoruiko, Dave Clark, Chris Jennison, Jeff Kingsley, Peter Coco, Jim Mandry, ! George Early. 169 Music for the mind. I WNAH is in its fourth year of providing enter¬ tainment to the student body at lunchtime. This year, with a new sound system built and installed by Technical Director Jim Mandry, listeners can enjoy clearer and sharper sounds. The station is under the direction of manager, Linda Gundal, who is aided by a willing and helpful staff. I I ! (First Row; L-R) Dorothy Taylor, Sandy Mathews, Mary-Jo Wentworth, Laurie Crompton, Denise Enaire, Sally DiSalvatore. (Second Row) Kim Won- son, Karen Enaire, David Taylor, Rick Pierro, Mark Pecci, Debbie Vernile. (Third Row) Greg Ander¬ son, Andy Morris, Chris Thomas, Dan Reposa, Jim Mandry, Linda Gundal, Eric Nolan, James Dean. (L-R) Dan Reposa, David Taylor, Jim Mandry, Debbie Vernile, Linda Gundal. I i i 170 nil Cameras and catalogers. The function of the photography club is to teach students various methods and techniques needed to take and develop pictures, as well as to explore other interesting facets of photography. The club is taught by Miss Matasso, and members are encouraged to display their new skills by joining the Squire and Knight photography staffs. (Sitting) Kevin McCauley, Jon Giacalone, Jeff Long, Nicole Nicosia. (Second Row) John Richardson, Kevin Salemme, Jim Man- dry, Mike Lagana. The Instructional Media Center depends on students interested in learning about library science and in helping other students use the avail¬ able resources. These aides donate study periods during the week to as¬ sist Mr. Guptil in operating the center. (First Row; L-R) Lori Crittenden, Su Chen- ery. Dee Dee Citron, Sandy Mathews. (Sec¬ ond Row) Sandy McNeil, Mike Medolo, Barry Nicoll, Greg Anderson, John Wagoner, Ismail Ozberak. 171 I I Award winning journalism. Jack Freedman and Ellen Somers served as editors of this year’s school newspaper. Mrs. Allen serves as advisor to the Squire, but stu¬ dent editors are encouraged to make decisions as to which news and feature stories will be covered. The Squire is supported solely by adver¬ tisements and circulation sales. Due to a lack of financial support, the paper was unable to publish as often as they would have liked this year. Advisor Mrs. Allen Squire Editors; First Row (L-R) Maria Gal- vagna, Erica Helfrich, Jack Freedman, Ellen Somers, Chris Cushing, Anne MacLeish. Second Row (L-R) Christian Kel¬ ler, Debbie White, Bar¬ bara Galeazzi, George Early, Eric Moffard, Rhoda Wilson, Kathy MacLeish, Caroline McBride, Bob Nassar. 3m 1 I Squire Staff: (First Row; L-R) Mary Gerraughty, Andrea WiUiams, Carol Weigel, Lisa Welch, Beth Morton, Kathy Clark, Sue Alexander. (Second Row) Peter Coco, Sharon Connelly, Lynn Martin, Lisa Marocco, Marybeth Pierog, Linda Gundal, Patty Gorham. (Third Row) Jeff Kingsley, James Mandry, John Mascola, Kevin Kil- coyne, Dave Blanchard. (Fourth Row) Barbara Blain, Sandy Pierro, Jean Mathison. 172 1 Ready when you need them. I I I i i Shawn Callagy Dave Blanchard (President) .wirux Barry Sullivan This year, the Audio Visual Club has taken on a new di¬ mension. Members, who participate throughout the year and satisfactorily carry out their responsibilities, will be granted academic credit. The course is open to all students and is designed to provide a practical learning experience, while also giving service to the students and staff at the high school. (Front Row; L-R) Kevin Kilcoyne, Jim Gillen, Jim Blackwell, Dave Detora, Don Scheipers, John Mascola, Barry Sullivan. (Second Row) Ken Stoessel, Jody Verville, Arthur Detora, Pat Armitage, Mike Powers, Mike Fiocoprile, Dave Blanchard, Dave O’Connor, Bill Gillen, Brian Reynolds, Kevin McGauley. (Third Row) Mike Cannella, Dave Chadwick, Keith O’Brian, Tom Stanton, Paul Willis, Jeff Rand, John Haltmaier, John Driscoll, 173 Kevin Salamme. 1 I Class of ’78 captures trophy. The classes of ’76 and ’78 battled it out to the finish on Field Day ’76. But the class of ’78 was not to be intimidated by the ’76 seniors as they pulled ahead to win 10114 to 9514. By far the most popular event had to be the hula-hoop contest, won by Chris Coughlin. Kelley Trainor, Colleen Canty, Wendy Smith, M.B. Lawlor Lisa Driscoll, Beth Pahigian i I The Class of ’78 174 I i j 1 I Class of ’79 Sue Driscoll Billy Shepley Steve McManus Steve McCarthy, Chris Scott 175 The show must go on. The Drama Club, under the direction of Mr. Clark, is open to any student interested in learning about the numerous as¬ pects of theatrical production. This season the club presented an original Christmas play based on the Song, “A Partridge in a Pear Tree”. The major theatrical event of the year, however, was the annual spring play. This year’s production was “The Curious Savage”, and all those who saw it found it highly en¬ tertaining. Terry Salois and Jean Molander Club Officers (Front Row; L-R) Sandy Matthews, Mary Jo Wentworth, Dot Taylor, Donna Mills, Audrey Smith, Sabine Werner, Sandy Bardsley, Debbie Salois, Terry Salois. (Second Row) Judith Turner, Eric Mofford, DeeDee Citron, Nancy Doherty, Jean Molander, Mary Ellen Currier, Karen Doh¬ erty, Debbie Vemile, Betty Citron, Kathy Kierstead, Chris Steiner, Sherry Stamp. (Third Row) Linda Birch, Matt Jennison, Lori Crit¬ tenden, Mike Ryan, Sue Hanson, Richie Ringdal, Kevin Mur¬ phy, Tim Marroco, Jay Reitano, Darlene Fladager, Pam Stamp, Greg Anderson. 176 Rick Pierro Debbie Salois, and Nancy Doherty Christmas Play Sabine Werner 177 Checks and Checking The primary purpose of the Business Club is to develop leadership, to foster interest in a business career, and to allow members to meet individuals from various business professions. This year’s officers were Lori Diamond (President); Rosemary Eldred (Vice President); Laura Pesata (Secre¬ tary); and Elaine Giard (Treasurer). The officers and advisors carried out a variety of programs, that were designed to foster a deeper aware¬ ness of the numerous opportunities available in the business profes¬ sions. (Seated L-R) Elaine Giard, Lori Diamond, Laura Pesata, Rosemary Eldred, Linda Chadwick. (Standing) Karen Fontaine, Debbie Connors, Charlene Eaton, Kathy Wentworth, Mary Rokes, Pam Whalen, Sandra Eldred, Carla Pesata, Kathy Bresnahan. The Chess Club participated in a number of meets with students from nearby schools. This year’s club was the defending Cape Ann League Champi¬ ons, and members were confident in de¬ fending their title. The main functions of the chess club are to give students an opportunity to develop their skills, learn new strategies, and to participate in in¬ terscholastic competition. I (L-R) Kevin Fon¬ taine, Erich Nitzsche, Mike Fioccoprile, Bill Newitt, Peter Coco. 178 Cultural Honors I Wjfft 4 M |H ■ ijn; " 1 Bk£ ' ' 4y il The Spanish Honor Society was organized to give recogni¬ tion to those students who have shown outstanding potential in Spanish. Under the direction of President Don Scheipers and Advisor Mr. Giordano, the so¬ ciety attempts to foster an inter¬ est and understanding of the Spanish culture. (First Row; L-R) Linda Gundal, Lynda Thompson, Lily Norris, Don Scheipers, Nancy Oakes, Janice Peluso. (Second Row) Rosemary Eldred, Judy MacCan- nell, Nancy Doherty, Carol Weigel, Sue Conlon, Barbara Galeazzi, Janice Kelsey, Colleen Canty, Erica Helfrich, Sharon Connelly. (Third Row) Juan Nunez, Dan Sullivan, Jimmy Austin, Richard Kennicker, Jeff Kingsley, Dan Sullivan, Peter Coco, Mario Mino. Members of the French Honor Society are nomi¬ nated by their French teachers on the basis of their scholastic achieve¬ ment, This year the soci¬ ety’s president was Jack Freedman, who was as¬ sisted by Barbara Galeazzi and Marybeth Pierog. Among the group’s ac¬ tivities are tutoring, par¬ ticipating in the Interna¬ tional Banquet, and an an¬ nual spring initiation cere¬ mony. (First Row) Jayne Witzgall, Richard Pierro, Barbara Galeazzi, Jack Freedman, Marybeth Pierog, Robin Hazarvartian. (Second Row) Debbie Walmsley, Lisa Driscoll, Kathy Clark, Carol Weigel, Ann Bernardin, Linda Gundal, Dave Clark, Jim Mandry, Kathy Gordon, Susan Pierog, Mary Gerraughty. (Third Row) Patty Connor, Debbie White, Greg Carr, Dan Sullivan, Paul Bastian, Paul 179 Willis, Rhoda Wilson, Darlene Allen. Culture Conscious (First Row) Anne Bernardin, Mike Medolo, Anne MacLeish, MaryBeth Pierog, Richard Pierro. (Second Row) Debbie Walmsley. Sandy Lustenburger, Sandra Gundal, Robin Hazaravartian, Jim Mandry, Stephen Lagana, Barry Nicoll, Mary Gerraughty, Susan Pierog. Ann MacLeish served as this year’s president of the French Club, while Mr. Trombly was advisor. Club members participated in the annual international ban¬ quet, which was held in March. In addition to school activities, the club planned a number of cul¬ tural activities in and around the Boston area. The Spanish Club is open to all students in the high school who are interested in learning more about this fascinating country. This year, Mr. Carter, of the Language Department served as advisor, while Juan Nunez was President. Club members participated in a vari¬ ety aspects of Spanish life. 180 (First Row) Laurie Crittenden, Nancy Doherty, Juan Nunez, Carla Pesata. (Second Row) Carlos Rodriguez, Martha Lynch, Darlene Flad- ager, Linda Gundal, Debbie Lindley, Ethel Hantzis, Kathy Bresnahan. Ellen Somers World-wide travellers. The major aim of the American Field Service (AFS) is to provide students with the opportunity of learning about various cultures. Members of the North Andover Chapter have the opportunity to tr avel and live with families in a variety of countries. In addition, North Andover AFS welcomed two foreign students to the high school; Charles Tokar from Ghana and Sabine Werner from West Germany. Beth Rokous (First Row; L-R) President Chris Cushing, Andrea Wil¬ liams, Caroline McBride, Ellen Somers, Jan Nevers, Bob Nassar, Mary Ger- raughty. (Second Row) De¬ bbie Walmsley, Gail Mor- ley, Beth Rokous, Margus Cranston, Nancy Pearson, LeeAnne Roop, Beth Cush¬ ing, Charles Tokar. (Third Row) Robin Woodburn, Sharon Zagorski, Paula LeClerc, Paula Letour- neau, Eva Hamori, Karen Doherty, Linda Steer, Sabine Werner. 181 Interaction. The Lawrence Area Regional Collaborative, (LARC), is in its first year of operation. Students from various Greater Lawrence high schools participate in a variety of activities designed to promote understanding and cooperation, as well as, to provide worthwhile learning experiences. Edna Mangano and L.A.R.C. students. Carol Weigel History Program: (First Row) Jayne Witzgall, Kevin Murphy, Edna Mangano. (Second Row) Mark Des¬ mond, Kathy Stanley, Dave Blanchard, Cindy Roop, David Clark. Larc Family Group: (Seated; L-R) Don Scheipers, Sharon Zagorski, Dave Koczera. (Standing; L-R) Buddy Lampros, Beth Nu¬ gent, Ethel Hantzis, Carol Weigel, Cindy DeMarco, Jeff Kingsley. 182 The number game. The Math Team, is a scholastic activity open to students who have an interest in mathematical competition. Coached by Mr. McGowan and Mrs. Watson, the team participates in the Eastern Massachusetts Mathematic League. Among this year’s outstanding mathematicians are Robin Hazavartian, Jim Mandry, Linda Gundal and Rick Pierro. ter £ . ' ' ' ' 1 iW!p Mary Gerraughty (First Row; L-R) Robin Hazarvartian, Richard Pierro, Linda Gundal, Jim Mandry, Debbie White. (Second Row) Debbie Walmsley, Sue Pierog, Debbie Birch, Mary Gerraughty, Bar¬ bara Galeazzi, Rhoda Wilson. (Third Row) Greg Anderson, Dave Scheipers, Anthony Ter- renova, Olaf Westpha- len, Anthony Forgetta. 183 Photos, layout and copy. The Knight published by the Senior class, attempts to provide a visual essay of the school year. The yearbook staff is open to all students who have an interest in helping to create a book that reflects the various as¬ pects of student life. The staff and editors worked many long hours putting together this year’s edition and hopes that it will serve as an accurate visual record of North Andover High School — 1977. Maryann Testa -JHiU- i- ' • ' th ' 9 J mfgfrnSi B mm MmiBK 1 IS r H ■1 IR B Yearbook Editors: (First Row) Maria Galvagna, Cindy Roop, Maryann Testa, Edna Mangano. (Second Row) Anne Bemardin, Kathy Costello, Jayne Witzgall. 184 Yearbook Staff: (First Row; L-R) Marybeth Pierog, Debbie Connors, Lisa Marocco, Lynn Martin, Carol Weigel, Beth Morton, Fran For- zese. (Second Row) Debbie Kent, Su Chenery, Eric Mofford, Jim Mandry, Linda Gundal, Martha Crompton. (Third Row) Sandy Crouch, Leslie Good, Kelley Trainor, Michele Cranston, Sue Korb, Lisa Driscoll, Karen Smith. (Fourth Row) Eileen O’Connor, Chris Keller, Cheryl Wilson, Lori Martin, Sharon Zagorski, Terry Clement, Valerie Gacioch. (Fifth Row) Steve Turner, Ruth lannazzi, Pat Armitage, Lori Diamond, Linda Chadwick, Greg Anderson. (Sixth Row) John Graham, John Haltmaier, Tom Zahorviko, Mike Lagana, John Richardson. Debbie Connors Christian Keller 185 The Knight’s Queen. Nancy Oakes and Dave Stone. Janice Kelsey, Ed Conway. Eileen Dean, Bart Forgetta. m Lisa Seccareccio, Joe Armitage. Tricia Cashman, Greg Edwards. 186 I 187 188 I A C •r- »90 The Class of ’77 asks our subscribers to support our advertisers Riccar Viking Necci - ( New Used SIMON’S SEWING CENTER Sewing Machines Sales — Service — Parts on all makes 47 Lorings St. White Lawrence, Ma. Pfaff Tel. 683-2409 Good Luck to the Class of ’77 WHITWORTH’S SPORTING GOODS Compliments of Connor Construction, Inc. General Contractors 1082 East St. Tewsbury, Ma. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1977 Western Electric MERRIMACK VALLEY WORKS 193 1 Compliments of a Friend A M SERVICE CENTER Frigidaire Maytag Appliances Sales Service CAPTAIN PIZZA 535 Chickering Rd. Hot Subs and Pizza Hanson Heating Service 66 Maple Ave. North Andover, Mass Tel 683-2292 Equipment — Service — Installation A Friend Ron ’s Lobster Pool Water St. North Andover, Mass. Congratulations Class of 77 EDDIE’S AMOCO Edward J. Marsan — Prop. 79 Chickering Rd. N. Andover, Ma. 01845 I I 194 Tel. 686-0901 Open 7 days a week RADIO SHACK NORTH ANDOVER AQUARIUM AND PET SHOP Congratulations Class of ’77 137 Main St. North Andover Rts 114 133 North Andover, Ma. Tel. 683-4452 Good Luck and Best Wishes from Marum’s factory store “Apparel for the entire family’’ 2nd floor, Everett Mills, Lawrence JIMMY ' S FAMOUS PIZZA 1591 Osgood Street No. Andover, Mass, tel. 685-7776 i ‘ TRY OUR SPECIALTIES Open 7 days a Week 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. i Telephones 687-7424 — 374-8720 Flowers For All Occasions COPPOLA Flowers Opposite Western Electric Route 125 No. Andover, Ma. 01810 195 Best Wishes from the NORTH ANDOVER LIONS CLUB Compliments of MISTER DONUT 123 Main St. N, Andover, Mass Richard Lacasse Landry’s Plumbing Heating JULIE’S BEAUTY SALON 148 Main St. N. Andover, Ma. Tel — 682-4072 Men’s styling done too! Congratulations to the Class of ’77 Call Reggie, the Friendly Plumber Phone 688-6581 P.O. Box 176 North Andover, Massachusetts HAVE A PEPSI DAY 197 Best Wishes to the Class of ’77 JIM’S MOBIL, INC. Corner of Chickering Rd. and Park Street North Andover, Mass. Best Wishes Class of ’77 The Furniture Barn ‘Your Ethan Allen Dealer” N. Andover, Ma. Tel. — 685-3549 Best Wishes To the Class of ’77 HY-WAY GROCERY ‘Pat and Dick” Good Luck Grads From CALZETTA FARMS 470 Johnson St. Compliments of Nazarian Jewelers 327 Essex Street Lawrence Tel. 682-1892 SCANLON HARDWARE Lawrence 592 Essex St. 683-3118 No. Andover 136 Main St. 683-4351 Practically Everything Everything Practical Andover 45 Mai n St. 475-0102 198 Compliments of a Friend Tel. 683-1133 683-1031 Night: 685-4545 TROMBLY BROS., INC. E OW Dave, Rick Skip 141-153 Sutton Street No. Andover, Mass. 01845 24-Hour Towing and Road Service Fuel Oils and Burner Installation Repair Apparel For Gentlemen And Their Sons. 381-387 Essex Street Lawrence, Mass. 01840 Tel. 686-3806 Take Out Orders Tel. 682-2242 372-6311 CmNfig BLOSSOM — Air Conditioned — Tops in Chinese Food 683-3165 Me Lay’s Florist and Garden Center 757 Turnpike Street John J. Me Lay North Andover, Mass. 01845 949 Osgood St. (Rt. 125) North Andover, Mass. 199 COMPLIMENTS OF THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 2104 Park Street North Andover I I 200 Good Luck from Joe’s Dorothy Campione, Prop. 220 Middlesex North Andover Tel. 683-3979 Best Wishes to the Graduates of the Class of 1977 THE GENERAL STORE Tel 687-9849 7 Johnson St. in The Olde Center No. Andover, Ma. NAIMAN PRESS JOSEPH QUERCl JP. PRESIDENT Tel. 664 6100 303 MAIN 8X NORTH READING MASS. John and Maureen Donnelly ARTISTIC BEAUTY SHOP HILTON OIL., INC. 52 Water St. N. Andover, Ma. 683-4741 101 S. Union St. Lawrence, M a. Best Wishes From the Student Council Compliments of BUTCHER BOY RESTAURANT Rte 125 N. Andover, Ma. Haverhill 372-3828 Lawrence 685-3320 FLOWERS BY STEVE, INC. 36 Knipe Road — Rte. 125 Bradford, Mass. 01830 Stephen A. Janavicus — Helena F. Murphy Distinctive Specializing Floral Designs in weddings Best Wishes Graduates! Arlington Trust Co. Member F.D.I.C. Patrons: COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND LAWRENCE AUTO SCHOOL LINCOLN FOODS, INC. TREASURE CHEST MACARTNEY’S VILLAGE GREEN DRESS SHOP Our Very Best For The Future . . . To All The Class of 1977 What’s important to you, is important to us. ' ‘The Original Refresher Course ’ History. When man needed transportation, lie invented the wheel. When man needed warmth, he discovered fire. And when man needed real refreshment, he invented the real thinj c G)ca-Cola. English. Coca-Cola (Koka-Kola) Coke (Koke): trademarks which identify the same dark-colored, delicious, airbonated soft drink. This unique tasting soft drink gives real refreshment, pleasure, fun, quenches thirst, it s the real thing. ' rii il,i " U tmltlr. Math. Man X is working in the sun where it is 97° Man Y is working in the shade where it is 92.° Both X and Y then have a bottle of Coca-Cola, (ideally served at 34°). Construct an equation: X+Y+refreshing Coca-Cola =X+Y-thirst. Poetry It ' s the real thing. In the back of your mind. WTiat you ' re hoping to find. Is the real thing. Its the real thing. That’s the way it should be. What the world wants to see. Is the real thing. It’s the real thing. Coke. BOTTLED UNDER THE AUTHORITY COCA-COLA CO., ATLANTA, GA., BY SALEM COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC., SALEM, N.H. 204 Compliments of THE GALVAGNAS Happy Days Ahead NF Nicetta and Sons, Inc. General Contractors 91 Belmont St. N. Andover, Ma. Best Wishes to the Class of “ 77 ” J T GULF SERVICE 77 Main St. North Andover, Mass. Complete Car Care John A. McElhiney — Prop. 205 Thompson’s Restaurant Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of ' ll Msgr. Shea Council 3819 Knights Of Columbus Robert E. Finneran Grand Knight OLYMPIC SPORTS SHOP 32 Hampshire St. Methuen, Ma. McCarthy Companies Insurance 14 Amesbury St. Lawrence, Ma. 686-9561 Business and Personal Insurance Since 1867 Team prices uniforms Professional Skate Sharpeners 685-8938 The place to go for your sporting needs. 206 0 0 CONGRATULATIONS ... and the best of luck! We at Lqring are proud of the part we have had in helping to make your classbook a permanent reminder of your school years, recording with photographs one of the happiest and most exciting times of your life! We hope that, just as you have chosen us as your class photographer, you will continue to think of Loring Studios when you want photographs to help you remember other momentous days to come! When you choose Loring portraits, you are sure of the finest craftsmanship at the most moderate prices! New England’s Leading Portrait and Yearbook Photographers 207 Compliments of Messina’s Market Congratulations To The Class of ’77 4txloMerBank ANDO VER SA VINOS BANK ANDOVER, 61 MAIN STREET, N. ANDOVER, 108 MAIN STREET METHUEN, 547 BROADWAY Best Wishes to The Class of 1977 The Lawrence Cooperative Bank Hair Cutting b y Anthony Jackson Beauty Salon “Concerned with your future.” 300 Essex Street Lawrence 688-1861 4 Main Street Andover 475-9500 13 Appleton St. Lawrence, Ma. Compliments of . . . ABC BUS CO. INC. North Andover, Massachusetts Best Wishes From YANKEE LADY 89 Main St. Andover, Ma. Caspar Balsamo 686-0383 Peter Aziz 682-4260 Compliments of DiBurro’s Restaurant 209 1 i I ' i r i i i Compliments of Ramey Contractors Engineers, Inc Methuen, Ma. 210 i (First Row) Patti Car¬ bone, Cherilyn Miller, Leslie Towne, Tara Stiglin (Valentine Queen), Ruth lan- nazzi. (Second Row) Pete Autobert, Jim Rullo, Tom Daly, Kevin DeNuccio, Tom Donovan. 211 212 218 221 Smile for everything we’ve had. Look forward to all that comes, The end is merely the beginning. I- ' k ' tk-


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