North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 232 of the 1978 volume:
. . not anyone else can travel that road for you, you must travel it for yourself. ’ ’ KNIGHT 1978 Published by the Senior Class of North Andover High School North Andover, Massachusetts. Friendship is the greatest enrichment . . . ! I I 3 r 4 ' HI 5 I 7 9 10 11 15 16 17 BBBi|0 Mr. Arthur J. Hamel — Assistant Principal Education is a special process . . . Mr. Peter V. Garofbli Schools — Superintendent of Mr. Daniel L. Desmond — Principal 20 Mrs. Mary O. Klueber — Secretary Mrs. Hazel R. Coughlin — Secretary Education is growth . . . Mrs. Aniela V. Zimny — Secretary 21 Education is not preparation for life; Mr. Thomas L. Regan — Director of Guidance Mr. Harwood Steele Miss Nancy Yanofsky 22 Education is life itself. Mrs. Joan M. Cashman 23 To turn events into ideas is the function of literature. Mr. Robert Johnson Mrs. Enid Allen — Department Chairman Mrs. Paula Von Euw Mrs. Martha Albondy Mr. Bert Noyes Miss Mildred Matasso Mr. Richard Kiberd 24 Mrs. Patricia Olken Mr. Robert Welch Mrs. Virginia Weaver Mr. Anthony Reynolds Mr. Robert Autieri Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of our science. Mrs. Marion Colby 26 Mr. Robert Bennett — Department Head Mr. James O’Neill Mr. William Foulds Mr. Donald Sullivan 27 A Mathematician, like a Painter or a Poet, is a maker of patterns. Mr. Arthur Forgetta — Department Head Mr. Robert Dinsmore Mr. John Kelley Mr. Robert Parker Mr. Anthony McGowan 28 Mr. Americo Fichera Mr. George O’Shea Mrs. Judith Watson Mr. Albert Berman 29 History teaches everything, even the future. Mr. Raymond Grady Mr, John Minihan Miss Anne Armitage Mr. Daniel Rorke 30 Mr. William Boutilier 31 The business student acquires not only specific job skills but also general occupational intelligence. Mrs. Helen Driscoll Mr. Paul A. Spadafore Miss Claire T. Torpey — Department Head Mr. Joseph P. Bevilacqua Miss Margaret M. Phelan To use language is to be human. Mr. Mario G. Giordano Mr. Mitchell Carter Miss Lorraine Lostimolo Mr. Joseph S. Trombly Mr. Arthur P. Hall Miss Irene T. McLaughlin Department Head 33 Mrs. Louise B. Henderson In Art, it’s not the thinking that does the job, but the making. Mrs. Holly Guica Miss Mary Healey Mi Janice Nichols Mrs. Miriam L. Aubry Department Head 34 Mr. Lee Teitel Mr. John D. Sperandio 35 Nothing is so popular as kindness. Mrs. Anne Gauthier Mrs. Susan Kierstead Mrs. Elaine Ziegler Miss Martha Sullivan, Special Needs Coordinator Mrs. Theresa J. Uttley Mrs. Mary L. Kilcoyne 36 Without communication, man would dwell alone. Mrs. Carolyn Koczera Mr. Craig Reid 37 Custodial Staff: Mr. Carl Langlois, Mr. William Gorton, Mr. Chesterlow, Mr. George Cunningham, Mr. George Lumb, Mr. Aldo Sommovigo, Mr. Arthur Bastian Cafeteria Staff i ■ i m ± k First Row: Marion Bolan, Kay Compagnone, Mrs. Gladys Chase, Mrs. Agnes Marsh, Mrs. Pat Cavanaugh, Mrs. Helen Stan wood. Second Row: Mrs. P. Taylor, Mrs. Dorothy Bird, Mrs. Priscilla Wilson, Mrs. Ann Kirk, Mary Crawford, Mrs. Nancy Clough, Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Virginia Foulds, School Nurse Mr. Owen Morris, Cafeteria Supervisor 38 Mr. Howard F. Crozier, Director of Athletics Mr. Robert C. Licare, Supervisor of Health Education Mr. Michael Cavanaugh; Mr. Michael McDonald Miss Beverly A. Pamp 39 IN MEMORIAM Mr. James McDonald September 29, 1933 — June 25, 1977 Mr. Alvah G. Hayes January 2, 1899 — December 12, 1977 We cannot know how much we learn From those who will never return. Until a flash of unforeseen remembrance Falls on what has been. James J. Addonigio Sue Korb, President; Terry Edwards, Vice-President; Laura DeLellis, Sec-Treasurer. John J. Alaimo John G. Alakel Mary E. Albis Susan D. Alexander 42 Gregory S. Anderson Linda Hilbert James W. Austin David A. Aziz Tim Reid, Charlie Hutchins, Jim Dewhirst, Dan Sullivan Mary Ellen Baril Kevin F. Bailey 43 David Messina, Rich Strobel and Bill Sherlock Christopher J. Benincasa Linda L. Bernal Paul B. Bastian E. Charles Beliveaii Robert E. Bernardin 44 Cathleen M. Berube Deborah E. Birch Keryl Jones Linda Hanson, Elaine Giard, Laura Pesata Michael Bisson % - • • A -J -..s . Barbara A. Blain Robe rt Blain Gerald Bligh 45 Sue Heafey George W. Bourne Christine Brown Donna C. Brown Kathleen E. Bushnell Daniel P. Brucato Dave Cyr 46 Cj 14 Nancy C. Buturlia Kevin Callagy Eric Mofford Mike Laorenza Elizabeth Callagy Christopher Calzetta John Thomas Campbell Steven Camire 47 Myles A. Caponette Lane A. Carano Kevin Kennedy David Chooljian Gregory A. Carr Steven G. Caron James Cassidy Susan M. Carroll 48 Suzann Catherine Chenery James E. Chase David Chooljian Deirdre A. Citron Laura Stoessel Christian Keller, Jean Mathison Kathleen Marie Clark Cheryl Dianne Cochrane 49 Kathleen Collins Sue Carroll Michael P. Compagnone Linda A. Coffill David B. Cole Susan M. Conlon Patricia Ann Connor Jarl Johnson, Jo Saalfrank 50 James M. Coskren Jeffrey J. Costello Michele A. Cranston Glenn J. Cote Tim Campbell Martha Crompton Steven W. Cunningham Debbie Birch 51 Mary Ellen Currier John Wagoner David M. Cyr Gary Raymond Cyr Ellen Marie Daignault Marilyn Jeanne Davis 52 Paula Rose, Dan Brucato Pamela B, Dawe Mark S. Desmond Anne Perkins James Dewhirst Gina DeCola Laura A. DeLellis 53 EJ. Roberts Paul DiSalvo Andy Rossi, Debbie White, Eric Nitzsche Heidi A. Donahue Maureen Donnelly John Doherty Karen Doherty David C. Donovan 54 Nancijo Ann Marie Doyle Melissa J. Driscoll Paul M. Driscoll Daniel J. Dufault Elizabeth Ann Dyer 55 Thomas D. Erie Paul Firth Lisa Zetwick Michael J. Fioccoprile Karen Y. Fontaine Gerry Bligh Joseph A. Fragala 57 Andrew Fraser Daniel J. Gagne Jim McDonough Lisa Slipkowsky Barbara J. Galeazzi Maureen Gallagher Angeline J. Gallant Doreen A. Gallant 58 Michael Giacalone Heidi Galper Elaine M. Giard Joseph T. Giarrusso Kathy Gorham, Sandy Eldred Julie Good 59 Timothy Gontarz James T. Gosselin Mike Powers A Beth Shellnutt George W. Griffin Kathleen M. Gorham John W. Graham M. Beth Guillmette 60 Sandra Gulezian Nancy J. Hamel Gregory P. Hasapis Kelly Scanlon Marie F. Hasapis Linda A. Hanson Linda L. Hilbert Maureen Lynch, Sue Forzese 62 Phil Nastasia, Karen Doherty V - ■ David Houde Charles F. Hutchins Tess Lewis Matthew R. Jennison Lisa Hoag Shari L. Johansen 63 Ralph Tiberio Keryl Lyn Jones Beverly A. Johnston Jim Austin, Joe Fragala Mary Beth Keleher Christian M. Keller Kenneth Cameron Kelley Thomas F. Kelley 64 Kevin W. Kennedy Michael B. Koczera Richard D. Kennicker Larry Solomon Cheryl Cochrane Deborah Jean LaBelle Susan E, Korb 65 Ruth Anne Lamprey Jeanne M. Lafond Sandra Gulezian Michael Jude Laorenza Robert A. Langevin Thomas Lennon Dave Marshall Theresa Lewis 66 Sharon L. Long Anne Messina George Lumb II 67 James Lundquist Greg Anderson Judith E. Lundquist Lori B. Lundquist Douglas Lynch Lisa Morgano Maureen A. Lynch Judith A. MacDonald 68 Maureen MacLean Donald M. MacNeil Katherine MacLeish Robert Maiorana Bob Langevin I Paul M. Manzi David A. Marinelli 69 Heidi Emerick Jean A. Mathison Bonnie J. Mattos 70 Susan D. McCarthy Kathryn M. McDonald Michael Joseph McGuire James W. McDonough Ellen McGuire Cindy Melvin Mary Beth Keleher Charles Kevin McKinley 71 Michael D. McMains Mark Desmond Cynthia M. Melvin George Griffin, David Scheipers 72 Sue Bush, Judy Lundquist Anne M. Messina David J. Messina Mary A. Messina Susan Gail Midgley George Flanders, Chris Walker Mario E. Mino 73 Tyler Munroe David W. Morton Lisa Morgano I ' Angela Murphy 74 William C. Newitt Fred Soucy 75 Mark G. Onanian George E. Patridge Anne Perkins Julie Good Beth A. Pahigian Laura E. Pesata 76 Sandra Jane Pierro Michael J. Powers Jonathan Richardson Timothy R. Quinlan Sandra Mechanic Catherine C. Powell Lisa A. Querci John J. Quintal 77 Jeffrey D. Rand Timothy Reid Mike Kittle Patrice K. Rivet Ernest J. Roberts Debra A. Roche f Julie M. Robinson Vinnie Helfrich 78 Stacy A. Ronan Paula M. Rose Andrew A. Rossi Patrice A. Roy Joseph Saalfrank George Earley Theresa B. Salois Cheryl Wilson 79 Yvonne M. San Antonio Lori Martin w " x_ Nancy Ann Sammataro Diane E. Scarborough Nancy Hamel 1 Kelly Anne Scanlon Kevin Michael Scanlon David E. Scheipers Mike McMains Alfred H. Schreyack Dean Scovil William J. Sherlock Beth E. Shellnut David Sided Lori D. Simmons Sandi Pierro 81 Julie Witzgall, Lori Lundquist William S. Smith Karen A. Smith William M. Smith Valerie A. Smithson Tim Reid, Dan Gagne 82 Carol Sifferlin Marie Hasapis, Julie Robinson Wil s Thomas A. Stanton Susan E. Spitalere Frederick C. Soucy, Jr Chris Brown, Beth Guillmette Thomas Starr 83 Linda Steer Linda M. Steer Roy W. Stevens, III I Richard C. Strobel David Chooljian, Linda Coffill Daniel J. Sullivan Jane E. Sullivan 84 Lea M. Tamagnine Lorraine Marie Tartaglione Dave Cole Ralph Tiberio 85 James P. Treadwell Stephen Turner Catherine E. Veazey Leslie B. Varnum Sandy Eldred Bob Nassar Laura Stoessel Richard Tudisco 86 John K. Wagoner Ronald E. Welch Deborah A. Whitehead Regis English Deborah L. White Tom Lennon Chris Walker Cheryl A. Wilson 87 Rhoda Lynne Wilson James Wylie Donna J. Winning Thomas D. Zahoruiko Not Photographed: Timothy Campbell, Betsy Charest, Brenda Charest, Daniel J. Cyr, Alan Dunn, Arthur Farr, George Flanders, Terrence Hyland, Jarl Johnson, Victor Kerekgyarto, William McAloon, Mark Pecci, Kevin Mercier, Frank Polizzotti, Larry Solomon, Laura Stoessel, Gerald Towne, Scott Vickers Sue Midgley Julie Witzgall Lisa M. Zetwick Darren Zuill 88 In Memoriam Robbin E. Atwood 1960 - 1975 Kelly G. Lawrence 1960 - 1976 Mark S. MacNeil 1959 - 1976 William G. Sansoucie 1960 - 1975 SENIOR DIRECTORY JAMES J. ADDONIGIO, “Adda”, 37 Dudley St., Prep Club; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Baseball 2; Golf 1; North Andover Housing Authority. JOHN J. ALAIMO, “Alaims”, 1721 Osgood St., St. Michael’s CYO; Track 2; Coppola Flowers. JOHN G. ALAKEL, “John”, 34 Sutton Place, Tennis 3. MARY E. ALBIS, “Betsy”, 28 Holbrook Rd., Prep Club 1,2; Messina’s. SUSAN D. ALEXANDER, “Sue”, 1% Cotiut St., Band 1,2; Drama Club 1,2; Squire 3,4 (Business Editor); Homeroom Rep. 4; Community In¬ volvement 4; Yum Yum Shop. GREGORY S. ANDERSON, 7 Walker Rd., Math Team 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3; Lawrence General Hospital Volunteer 2,3. JAMES W. AUSTIN, “Jim”, 22 Hamilton Rd., Prep Club, Spanish Honor Society, Spanish Club 2; Football 1; Soccer 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Lawrence Savings Bank. DAVID A. AZIZ, “Azz”, 84 Innis Street; Burger King. KEVIN F. BAILEY, “Barnacle”, 707 Johnson St., Football 1,2; Golf 2,3,4; Tennis 1; Birch’s Drug. MARY ELLEN BARIL, “Butterball”, 644 Salem St., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Business Club 1; McNulty’s Day Care Center. LAURIE M. BARKER, “Barks”, 1267 Osgood St., Student Council 1,2; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4’ Basketball 2,3,4; Barker’s Farm. LAURA A. BARMAT, “Laura”, 4 Millpond, Cross Country 4; Spring Track 2,3; Newspaper 1,2; Yearbook 1,2,3. PAUL B. BASTIAN, “Baha”, 20 Harold St., Chorus 1,2; French Honor Society 2,3; Baseball 1; Messina’s. E. CHARLES BELIVEAU, “Chuck”, 328 Main St., Cross Country 2,3,4 (Tri-Captain); Track 2,3,4. CHRIS J. BENINCASA, “Ben”, 463 Winter Street, Soccer 3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2; McLay’s Florist. LINDA D. BERNAL, “Bemie”, 429 Marbleridge Rd., Pep Club 1; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Junior Rep. 3; (4 President); Stage Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Hickory Farms. ROBERT E. BERNARDIN, JR., “Bo”, 459 Salem St., Prep Club; Year¬ book 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain). CATHLEEN M. BERUBE, “Ruby”, 30 Wiley Ct., Pep Club 1,2,3; Stu¬ dent Council 2, McDonald’s. DEBORAH E. BIRCH, “Debbie”, 38 Famum St., A.F.S. 1, (Freshman Rep.) 2,3, (Secretary) 4, (President); Band 1,2,3; Math Team 3; CYO 4; Yearbook 3,4; Garret Players 2,3; Birch’s Drug. MICHAEL BISSON, “Bis”, 28 Phillips Ct., Baseball 1 (Manager); Foot¬ ball 2,3 (Manager); Haffners. BARBARA A. BLAIN, “Barb”, 82 Belmont St., Pep Club 2,3; Student Council 2,3; Squire 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Homeroom Rep. 3; Intraumural Tennis 3; Birch’s Drug. ROBERT BLAIN, “Boomer”, 82 Belmont St., CYO 4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Basketball 2; Jim’s Mobil. GEORGE W. BOURNE, “Bornie”, 562 Salem St., Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,4; Wrestling 1; Birch’s Drug. CHRISTINE BROWN, “Chris”, 100 Marbleridge Rd. DONNA C. BROWN, “Donna”, 100 Marbleridge Rd. DANIEL P. BRUCATO, “Bruno”, 345 Osgood St., Football 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Hockey 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Baseball 3,4; The Yacht. SUSAN E. BUSH, “Sue”, 58 Colgate Drive, Business Club 4; Russem’s. KATHLEEN E. BUSHNELL, “Kathy”, 41 Carty Circle, Pep Club 1; Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2; DeMoulas. NANCY C. BUTURLIA, “Nanc”, 346 Salem St., Band 1,2 (Treasurer), 3 (Treasurer); Marching Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Softball 1; Track 2,3,4. ELIZABETH CALLAGY, “Beth”, 46 Foster St., Student Council 1,2,4; Prep Club 3; Prom Committee 4. KEVIN CALLAGY, “Cal”, 155 Rea St., Football 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. CHRIS CALZETTA, “Stash”, 476 Johnson St., Football 1,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Calzetta Farm. STEVE CAMIRE, 118 Marblehead St., Wrestling 1,2; Stewart Cleaning Service. JOHN THOMAS CAMPBELL, 88 Pleasant St., Football 1; Track 1,2,3; Messina’s. TIMOTHY A. CAMPBELL, “Tim”, 88 Pleasant St., FootbaU 1; Wres¬ tling 2,3; Thompson’s Restaurant. MYLES A. CAPONETTE, “Cap”, 52 Mifflin Dr., Cross Country 1,2,3,4 (Tri-Captain); Wrestling 1; Track 1; Cashman’s Arco. LANE A. CARANO, “Lane”, 200 Coachman’s Lane, Rosenberg Rosenberg Attorneys. STEVEN G. CARON, “Steve”, 35 Meadowview Rd., Student Council 3; Soccer 2,3,4; Ice Hockey 3,4; W.K. Morss Son. GREGORY A. CARR, “Greg”, 878 Dale St., Golf 3,4. SUSAN M. CARROLL, “Sue”, 39 Salem St., Student Council 1,2; Prom Committee 4; Prep Club 3. JAMES CASSIDY, “Butch”, 13 Perry St., Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Messina’s. JAMES E. CHASE, “Pumpkin”, 500 Winter St., Football 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 1,2. SUZANN CATHERINE CHENERY, “Su; Ching”, 84 Pleasant St., Spanish Club 1; Marching Band 2; Jewelry Club 1; Library 1,2,3; Choir 1,2 (Sec.-Treas.); French Club 2,3; French Honor Society 3,4; Lawrence General Hospital Volunteer 2,3,4; Prep Club 1; Yearbook 3,4 (Editor-in- Chief) Intramurals; Stevens Library, DAVE CHOOLJIAN, “Iron Spider”, 224 Sutton Hill Rd., Prep Club 3. DEIRDRE A. CITRON, “Dee Dee”, 35 Surrey Dr., Band 1,2,3 (Co- Captain) 4 (Assistant Instructor); Library 1,2,3,4; Math Team 2; Choir 1,2,3 (Librarian), 4 (President); Drama Club 1,2,3 (Prop Mistress) 4; Year¬ book 4; Squire 4. KATHLEEN MARIE CLARK, “Kath”, 69 Salem St., Student Council 2,3,4; Squire 3,4 (News Editor, Art Editor); French Honor Society 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President); National Honor Society 3,4; Prep Club 2,3; The Page 3,4 (Art Editor); Yearbook 4; Yum Yum Shop. CHERYL DIANNE COCHRANE, “Che”, 139 Beverly St., French Club 1; Prep Club 2; Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4. 90 LINDA A. COFFILL, “CofF’, 227 Berry St., Prep Club 2; Willows Rac¬ quet Club. DAVID B. COLE, “Dave”, 33 Forest St., Band 1,2,3,4; Messina’s Party Pac. KATHLEEN COLLINS, “Kathy; Shorty”, 44 Union St., Student Coun¬ cil 1. MICHAEL P. COMPAGNONE, “Mike”, 12 Mifflin Dr., Wrestling 2; Cross Country 4. SUSAN M. CONLON, “Sue”, 158 Coachmans Lane, Pep Club 2,3; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Prep Club 2; Yearbook 4. PATRICIA ANN CONNOR, “Pat”, 61 Woodcrest Dr., Student Council 1,2; French Honor Society 2,3; Prep Club 3; Community Involvement 4; Field Hockey 1,2 (Co-Captain), 3,4 (Co-Captain); Connor Construction. JAMES M. COSKREN, “Cosk”, 44 Bradstreet Rd., Tennis 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Haffner’s Car Wash. JEFFREY J. COSTELLO, “Noonie”, 61 Pleasant St., FootbaU 1; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3; A.J. Amoco. GLENN J. COTE, “Stang”, 247 Forest Street. MICHELE A. CRANSTON, “Mishy”, 92 Sandra Lane, Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 1; Prep Club 2,3; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 3; Basket¬ ball Soccer Intramurals. MARTHA CROMPTON, “Marthy”, 8 Dufton Ct., Student Council 2; Yearbook 3; Birch Drug. STEVEN W. CUNNINGHAM, “Cutsa”, 25 Camden St., Thompsons Restaurant. MARY ELLEN CURRIER, “Mar”, 25 Baldwin St., Color Guard 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3. DANIEL J. CYR, “Danny”, 80 Bradford St., Ralph’s Restaurant. DAVID M. CYR, “Cleaver”, 38 Second St., Track 1,2,4; Wrestling 2; Markey’s Lobster Pool. GARY RAYMOND CYR, 105 Moody St., Soccer 2,3; Colorguard 2. MARILYN JEANNE DAVIS, “Mai”, 174 Johnson St., Squire 4. PAMELA B. DA WE, “Pam, Dawesy”, 49 Longwood Ave., Prep Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Softball 1; Med’X; Butcher Boy Steak House; Lawrence General Hospital. GINA DECOLA, “Gina”, 47 Woodcrest Dr., Business Club 4; Intramu¬ rals. LAURA A. DELELLIS, “Laura”, 4 Health Rd., Student Council 2,3,4; Class Secretary Treasurer 3,4; Band 1; Pep Club 2,3; Math Team 4; Prom Committee 4; Squire 2,3; Yearbook Editor 4; Andover Animal Hospital. MARK S. DESMOND, “Kapper”, 1011 Great Pond Rd., Band 1,2; LARC 3; Basketball 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3. PAUL DISALVO, “Mad Dog”, 91 Beverly St., Football 1,2,3,4; Wres¬ tling 1,2,3; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4. JOHN DOHERTY, 68 Glencrest Dr. KAREN DOHERTY, 39 Longwood Ave., Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2. HEIDI A. DONAHUE, 440 Marbleridge Rd., Student Council 4; Band 1; Basketball 1,2 (Co-Captain); Track 3,4. MAUREEN DONNELLY, “Mo”, 218 Massachusetts Avenue. DAVID C. DONOVAN, “Dave”, 22 Gilbert St., Russian Club 1,2; A.V. Club 1,2,3,4; Track 2,4; Soccer 4; Eastern Tank; A.C. Day. NANCIJO ANNEMARIE DOYLE, “Nance”, 2324 Turnpike St., Stu¬ dent Council 1,2; Prom Committee 4; Pep Club 3; Community Involve¬ ment 4; Yearbook 4; Doyle Enterprises Inc. MARY ELLEN DRISCOLL, “Mare”, 1815 Great Pond Rd., Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; Prom Committee 4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Cheerleader 3,4. MELISSA J. DRISCOLL, “Lisa”, 101 Elmcrest Rd., Student Council 1,2,3 (President), 4; Yearbook 3, (Senior Section Editor) Prep Club 2; AFS 3, 4 Vice President; Prom Committee 3,4; Secretary-Treasurer of Class Sophomore Year; Student Advisory Committee 4 (Co-Chairman); French Honor Society 2; Basketball 1; Meadowbrook Laundry. PAUL M. DRISCOLL, “Drisc”, 405 Main St., Football 2,3,4; Track 2; Haffner’s Car Wash. DANIEL J. DUFAULT, “Dan”, 48 Femview Ave., Basketball 1; Foot¬ ball 1; Cross Country 2,3; Track 1,2; AMCO Transmission Corp. ELIZABETH ANN DYER, “Bun”, 41 Appleton St., Business Club; Merrimack College. GEORGE M. EARLEY, “George”, 365 Massachusetts Ave., National Honor Society 3,4; French National Honor Society 2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2; The Den. TERRY EDWARDS, “Spaceman”, 1412 Salem St., Student Council 4; Class Vice President 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Skiing 2; Weightlift¬ ing 1,2,3,4; Birch’s Drug. PARASTOO EHSANI, “Parastoo”, 47 Penni Lane, A.F.S. Student. HEIDI MAE EMERICK, “Stroose”, 53 Waverly Rd., Pep Club 1,2; Drama Club 1; Student Council 2. REGIS MARY ENGLISH, “Regis”, 451 Winter St., Prep Club 2; Mer¬ rimack College. THOMAS D. ERLE, “Tom”, 8 Little Rd., Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; The Den. ARTHUR FARR, 1289 Salem Street. MICHAEL J. FIOCCOPRILE, 118 Kingston St., Chess Club 1,2,3,4; A.V. 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; English Chevrolet. PAUL L. FIRTH, “Mel”, 32 Cabot Rd., Soccer 1,3,4; Baseball 1; Foot¬ ball 2. GEORGE FLANDERS, “George”, 23 Paogos Park, Football 1,2; Hockey 1; Basketball 2; Wrestling 3; Baseball 1,2,3. KAREN Y. FONTAINE, 58 May St., French Club 1; Business Club 3; Flag Squad 2; Yearbook 4. SUSAN ANN FORZESE, “Buzz”, 252 Chestnut St., Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Council 2; Prom Committee 4. JOSEPH S. FRAGALA, “Joe”, 1000 Johnson St., Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; A.V. 1,2,3,4; CYO 3,4; Merrimack College. DANIEL J. GAGNE, “Hog”, 97 Appleton St., Soccer 2; W.K. Morss Son. BARBARA J. GALEAZZI, “Barb”, 44 Sawyer Rd., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Jewelry Club 1; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Squire 2,3 (Junior Editor), 4 (Co-Editor-in-Chief); Math Team 3; French Honor Society 1,2,3 (Vice 91 President), 4 (President); Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4 (President); Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4 (President); Yearbook 3,4, (Editor); Homeroom Rep. 3,4; Prom Committee 4; LARC 3; Stevens Library. MAUREEN GALLAGHER, 29 Russell St., Track 1,2,3. ANGELINE J. GALLANT, “Angel”, 42 Water Street. DOREEN A. GALLANT, “Dor”, 23 Francis St., Pep Club 2; Student Council 1,2; Track 2; Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Tri-Captain). HEIDI GALPER, 141 Marian Dr., Flag Squad 1; Community Involvement 4; Volunteer at YMCA. MICHAEL GIACALONE, “Jac”, 125 Sullivan St., DeMoulas. ELAINE M. GIARD, “Giardie”, 57 Second St., Prep Club 2; Yearbook 4 (Typing Editor); Business Club 1,2,3 (Treasurer), 4 (Vice President); Teachers Aide. JOSEPH T. GIARRUSSO, JR., “Joe”, 58 Marblehead St., Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling (Tri-Captain) 1,2,3,4. LORI A. GIUFFRIDA, 1353 Salem St., Pep Club 2; Student Council 2; Community Involvement 4; Track 2; Cheerleading 4. JODY GOLAN, 693 Johnson Street. TIMOTHY G. GONTARZ, “Tim”, 38 Edgelawn Ave., Stevens Hall Convelescent Home. JULIE GOOD, “Jul”, 62 Famum St., National Honor Society 3,4 (Sec.- Treas.); Yearbook 4 (Editor); Pep Club 1; Prep Club 3; Homeroom Rep. 2; Prom Committee 4; Olde North Andover Cleaners. KATHLEEN M. GORHAM, “Kathy”, 20 Carty Circle, Drama Club 4; CYO 3,4; Gorham Hardware; Mount Prospect Theater. JAMES T. GOSSELIN, “Goose”, 43 Phillips Ct., Football 1,2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; Malden Mills. JOHN W. GRAHAM, 5 Magnolia Dr., National Honor Society 3,4; Prep Club 3; Yearbook 3,4; Squire 4; Baseball 1; Cross Country 2; Tennis 2,3,4 (Captain); Haffner’s Car Wash. GEORGE W. GRIFFIN, 62 Milton St., Band 1,2,3,4 (Vice President); Yearbook 4; Chorus 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Squire 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4 (Captain). M. BETH GUILLMETTE, “Beth”, Meadowview Apts., Building 4, Apt. 6 . SANDRA GULEZIAN, 30 Brentwood Circle, Prep Club 3. JOHN P. HALTMAIER, “Halt”, 13 Chestnut St., A.V. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Math Team 4; Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. NANCY J. HAMEL, “Nance”, 591 Turnpike St., Pep Club 2; Student Council 2; Messina’s. LINDA S. HANSON, “Linda”, 20 Femcroft Circle. GREGORY P. HASAPIS, “Greg”, 26 Annis St., Messina’s. MARIE F. HASAPIS, “Marie”, 26 Annis St., Pep Club 1; Student Coun¬ cil 1,2; Prep Club 2; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Track 2,4. SUSAN M. HEAFEY, “Heaf’, 7 Peters St., Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4. NANCY M. HELFRICH, “Nance”, 120 Stevens St., Pep Club 1,2 (Vice President); Student Council 1; Prom Committee 4; Intramurals 2; Messi¬ na’s. VINCENT P. HELFRICH, “Vinnie”, 120 Stevens St., Prep Club 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Helfrich Bros. Boiler. MAUREEN E. HENNESSEY, “Moe”, 343 Salem St., Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Squire 1; Prep Club 2,3; Community Involvement 4; Homeroom Rep. 4; Field Day Committee 1,2,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Cedardale Swim Team 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; Soccer In¬ tramurals 2,3; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Field Hockey (Manager) 2,3; Basketball (Manager) 2,3; Messina’s. LINDA L. HILBERT, 64 Patriot St., French Club 1; Softball (Manager) 2. LISA HOAG, “Lisa”, 383 Johnson Street. DAVID HOUDE, 76 Innis Street. CHARLES F. HUTCHINS, “Hutch”, 95 Lyman Rd., Football 1,2; Hockey 2,3,4; Track 2; Pewter Pot. TERRANCE HYLAND, 135 Massachusetts Avenue. MATTHEW R. JENNISON, “Jenn”, 60 East Water St., Track 1; Birch Drug. SHARI L. JOHANSEN, “Sha”, 20 Ipswich St., AFS 2; Pep Club 2; Prom Committee 4; Basketball 1,2 (Co-Captain), 3,4 (Co-Captain); Butcher Boy Steak House. JARL JOHNSON, 10 Clarendon St., Wrestling 1,2,3,4. BEVERLY A. JOHNSTON, 114 Boston St.; K-Mart. KERYL LYN JONES, 39 Farrwood Avenue, “The Page”, Heritage Green Apts. MARY-BETH KELEHER, “Mary-Beth”, 50 Surrey Dr., Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Captain); Community Involvement 4; Student Council 2; Majorette 1 . CHRISTIAN M. KELLER, 127 Glencrest Dr., Pep Club 2,3 (Treasurer); Student Council 2,3,4; Squire 1,2,3,4 (Feature Editor); Yearbook 3,4 (Editor-in-Chief); Burger King. KENNETH CAMERON KELLEY, “KeU”, 599 Turnpike St., Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Bonganut Lake Camping Area. THOMAS F. KELLEY, “Grub”, 41 Park St., Wrestling 1,2,3,4 (Tri- Captain); All-American Wrestler. KEVIN W. KENNEDY, “Red”, 1785 Great Pont Rd., Soccer 1; Football 2 . RICHARD D. KENNICKER, “Chenzie”, Squire 4; Football 1,2; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Thompson’s Restaurant. VICTOR KEREKGYARTO, “Vice”, 53 Concord Street. MICHAEL E. KITTLE, “Kitts”, 96 Russet Lane, Soccer 3,4. MICHAEL B. KOCZERA, “Mike, Kazoo”, 1225 Salem St., Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; Messina’s. SUSAN E. KORB, “Sue, Korbie”, 14 Walnut Ave., Prep Club 2,3; Stu¬ dent Council 1,2,3,4; Class President 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Student Advisory Council 4; Student Advisory Committee 4; AFS Club 3,4; Prom Commit¬ tee 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Ski Team 2; Track 1,2,3,4; Stevies Pond. DEBRA JEAN LABELLE, “Dubee”, 35 Saunders St., Business Club 1,2,4; Yearbook 4; Shady Knoll Nursing Home. 92 JEANNE M. LAFOND, “Skee”, 55 Lyman Rd., Student Council 2; Prom Committee 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4; Judo 1,2; Olde North Andover Cleaners. RUTH A. LAMPREY, “Ruthie, Lamp”, 17 Phillips Court, French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Prep Club 1,2,3,4; DeMoulas Supermarket. ROBERT A. LANGEVIN, “Peon”, 150 Hillside Rd., Bob Whites. MICHAEL JUDE LAORENZA, “J.J.”, 17 First Street, Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3 (Co-Captain) 4; Baseball 1,2,3 (Co-Captain) 4; All- American Baseball; Pattavina’s Restaurant. THOMAS LENNON, “Chico”, 48 Milton Street. THERESA LEWIS, “Tess, April”, 16 Tavern Rd., Student Council 1; Messina’s Market. TIMOTHY R. LEWIS, 95 Penni Lane. ANN M. LONG, “Ann”, 18 Margate Rd., Pep Club 2; Student Council 1,2; Basketball 2,3; Steven’s Convalescent Home. CAROL R. LONG, “Toots”, 16 Dufton Court, Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Boston University Converce Center. DANIEL LONG, “Troll”, 32 Furber Ave., CYO 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Track 3,4; Cross Country 3; Prescott Nursing Home. SHARON L. LONG, “Sharon”, 16 Dufton Court, Student Council 1,2. KATHY LOVETT, “Kathy”, 464 Boston Street. GEORGE LUMB II, “Lumbie”, 68 Prospect St., Football Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4. JAMES LUNDQUIST, “Jim”, 26 Bixby Ave., Pizza King. JUDITH E. LUNDQUIST, “Jude”, Student Council 1,2; Yearbook 3; Prom Committee 4; Treadwells Ice Cream. LORI B. LUNDQUIST, 101 Herrick Rd., Jordan Marsh. DOUGLAS LYNCH, “Doug”, 296 Sutton St., Football 1; K-Mart. MAUREEN A. LYNCH, “Mo”, 24 Highland Terrace, Pep Club 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Med-X Drug Store. JUDITH A. MACDONALD, “Mac”, 67 Prospect St., Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; DeMoulas Supermarket. MAUREEN MACLEAN, 468 Wood Lane. KATHERINE MACLEISH, “Kathy”, 412 Salem St., Squire 1,2,3 (Jr. Editor), 4 (Co-Editor-in-Chief); National Honor Society 3; Spanish Honor Society 3; Softball 2; Field Hockey 3,4. DONALD M. MACNEIL, “Don”, 166 High St., Baseball 1; Football 1 (Manager); Basketball 2 (Manager). ROBERT MAIORANA, “Bob”, 598 Salem Street. PAUL M. MANZI, “Manz”, 29 Massachusetts Ave., CYO 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Wrestling 1,2,4. DAVID A. MARINELLI, “Dave”, 50 Union St., Soccer 1,3; Baseball 2 (Manager); Messina’s. MARK MAROCCO, 960 Johnson St., North Andover Shell. DAVID S. MARSHALL, 242 Sutton St., Spanish Club 1; Baseball 2. LAURIE L. MARTIN, “Laurie”, 114 Pleasant St., Student Council 1,2,3; Pep Club 2,3; Squire 4. LORI JEAN MARTIN, “Lori”, 142 Rea St., Student Council 2,4; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 3,4 (Underclassmen Editor); Field Hockey 1,2; Ski Team 1,2; DeMoulas Supermarket. JEAN A. MATHESON, “Jean”, 32 Second St., Pep Club 2,3; Student Council 1,2; Prep Club 2; Squire 3,4; Squad 1; Yearbook 4 (Faculty Edi¬ tor); Burger King. BONNIE J. MATTOS, 38 Edgelawn Ave., Prep Club 2. WILLIAM MCALOON, “Mac”, 206 Pleasant Street. SUSAN D. MCCARTHY, “Mac”, 111 Millpond, Band 1; Class Vice- President 3; Student Council 3; Basketball 1,2; Track 1; Stevens Conva¬ lescent Home. KATHRYN M. MCDONALD, “Kathy”, 106 Appleton St., Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3 (Co-Captain), 4. JAMES W. MCDONOUGH, “Jim”, 100 Raleigh Tavern Lane, Concert Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3; Stage Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Track 3; Nightclub Band. ELLEN MCGUIRE, “E.J.”, 13 Stongington St., Pep Club 1. MICHAEL JOSEPH MCGUIRE, “Mugsy”, 39 Sargent St., Homeroom Rep. 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Matty’s Gulf Station. CHARLES KEVIN MCKINLEY, “Chaz”, 119 Moody St., Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Northeast Petroleum. MICHAEL D. MCMAINS, “Mike”, 920 Johnson St., Ski Team 4; Riley’s Roast Beef. STEVEN MARK MCMANUS, “McNutt”, 94 Peter St., Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Malden Mills. SANDY MECHANIC, “Sandy”, 357 Raleigh Tavern Lane. BRENDAN T. MELVIN, “Mel”, 271 Stevens St., Spanish LARC 3; Football 1; Yearbook 4 (Circulation Editor); Messina’s Market. CYNTHIA M. MELVIN, “Mel”, 28 Beacon HUl Blvd., Field Day Repre¬ sentative 2; Math Club 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2; Track U,4. KEVIN MERCIER, 497 Sutton Street. ANNE M. MESSINA, “Annie”, 268 Massachusetts Avenue, Messina’s Market. DAVID J. MESSINA, “Dave”, 305 Winter St., Tennis 2,3; Messina’s Market. MARY A. MESSINA, “Mar”, 268 Massachusetts Avenue. SUSAN GAIL MIDGLEY, “Midge”, 11 Putnam Rd., Field Hockey 1,2 (Co-Captain), 3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4. MARIO E. MINO, “Junior”, 83 Elm St., LARC 3; Wrestling 3,4; Soccer 3,4. CORBY C. MITCHELL, 48 Femview Ave., Chorus 1,2,3,4. VALERIE J. MITCHELL, “Val”, 919 Great Pond Rd., Student Council 1; Track 1,2,3,4. 93 ERIC STEPHEN MOFFORD, “Muff’, 72 Kingston St., Squire 1,2,3,4; WNAH Radio 3; Drama Club 1,3,4; Yearbook 3; Treasurer 1. LISA MORGANO, 128 Main Street. DAVID W. MORTON, “Morty”, 9 Garden St., Band 1,2; Photography Club 4; Basketball 3 (Manager); Fishercraft. TYLER MUNROE, “Big T”, 444 Winter St., Football 1,2,3,4. ANGELA MURPHY, 70 Femview Ave., AES 1,2; Pep Club 1. ROBERT S. NASSAR, “Nass”, 57 Old Village Lane, Student Council 3,4; Squire 2,3,4; AES 2,3,4; Photography Club 2; Art Club 3; Yearbook 4 (Sports Editor); DeMoulas Supermarket. PHILIP R. NASTASIA, “Phil”, 16 Green Hill Avenue. JAN HEIDI NEVERS, 162 Bradford St., AES 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary- Treasurer 1; Student Advisory Committee 3,4; Student Advisory Council 4; Student Council 1,2,4; Audio Visual 4; lYom Committee 4; STAC 4; Prep Club 3; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,4; Yearbook 2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; Stevens Convalescent Home. WILLIAM C. NEWITT, “Bill”, 133 Campbell Rd., Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 4; Chess Club 3,4 (Co-Captain). ERICH NITZSCHE, “Neech”, 1253 Salem Street, Chess Club 3,4 (Cap¬ tain); Soccer 4. EILEEN MARIE O’CONNOR, “I, Oaky”, 165 Chadwick St., Pep Club 2,3 (President), 4; Student Council 2,3; om Committee 4; Yearbook 3; Cheerleading 4. MARK G. ONANIAN, “Onion”, 2 Longwood Dr., Football 2,3,4; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Lusalon Construction. BETH A. PAHIGIAN, “Pahigs”, 252 Sutton Hill Rd., Pep Club 1,2; Prep Club 2; Student Council 1,2,4; Prom Committee 4; Field Hockey 2; Cheer¬ leading 4. GEORGE E. PARTRIDGE, 129 Cotuit St., Football 1,2,3. PATRICIA A. PATNAUDE, “Paps”, 197 Appleton Street. MARK PECII, 15 Inglewood Street. ANNE PERKINS, 263 Forest Street. LAURA E. PESATA, “Speedy”, 53 Bay State Road, Business Club 2,3 (Secretary), 4 (President); Drama Club 1; Prep Club 2; Yearbook 4; Brooks Summer Program. SUSAN M. PIEPIORA, “Sue”, 4 Walker Road. SANDRA JANE PIERRO, “Sandy”, 89 Old Village Lane, Squire 3,4; Pep Club 2; Yearbook 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. FRANK POLIZZOTI, 297 Middlesex Street. CATHERINE L. POWELL, “Cathy”, 121 Famum St., Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Manzi Auto Sales, Inc. MICHAEL J. POWERS, “Pow”, 28 Cabot Rd., Audio Visual 2,3,4; Soc¬ cer 3,4; Choquette Contracting. LISA A. QUERCI, “Qwech”, 15 Mark Rd., CYO 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Student Council 4; Prom Committee 4; Judo 1,2; Track 1; Intramurals 1,3. TIMOTHY R. QUINLAN, “Bonsey”, 34 Trinity Center, Audio Visual 1, (Vice-President) 2,3, (President) 4; Track 2,3; Weightlifting 2,3,4; Glen¬ nies Dairy. JOHN J. QUINTAL, “Sarge”, 278 Waverly Rd., National Honor Society 3,4; Football 1,2,3; Cross Country 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4 (Tri-Captain); Track 1,3,4 (Co-Captain); Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; Glennies Dairy. JEFFREY D. RAND, “Jeff’, 280 Dale St., Audio Visual 1,2,3 (Vice- President), 4 (Co-President); Football 1; Track 3,4; Cross Country 3. TIM REID, “T.J.”, 158 Dale St., Band 4 (Drum Major). JONATHAN RICHARDSON, 30 Spruce St., Photography Club 1,2,3,4. PATRICE K. RIVET, 67 Fuster St., Track 1,2,3,4; Boston University Conference Center. ERNEST J. ROBERTS, “E.J., Ernie”, 22 Irvins Rd., Class President 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; Eddie’s Amoco. JULIE M. ROBINSON, “Jul”, 20 Little Rd., Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,4; Yearbook 4; Squire 3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Flag Squad 1; Prep Club 2,3; Prom Committee 4; Track 1; Mercury Shoe Outlet. DEBRA A. ROCHE, “Deb”, 667 Salem St., Pep Club 4 (Secretary- Treasurer); Student Council 4; Track 1,2 (Co-Captain), 3,4. STACY A. RONAN, “Space”, 273 Osgood St., Student Council 2; Field Hockey 2,3 (Co-Captain), 4; Track 2,3,4 (Co-Captain); North Andover Legion Beach. PAULA M. ROSE, 3 Wilson Rd., Prep Club 2; Student Council 2,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; DeMoulas Supermarket. ANDREW A. ROSSI, III., “Roz”, 175 Sullivan St., Band 1. PATRICE A. ROY, “Patty”, 207 Middlesex St., Business Club 4; French Club 1,2. 94 JO SAALFRANK, 364 Osgood Street. THERESA B. SALOIS, “Ter”, 221 Sutton St., Chorus 2,3,4 (President); Marching Band 1,2,3,4; (Colorguard Captain); Drama Club 1,2,3; Business Club 2; Pep Club 2,3. NANCY ANN SAMMATARO, “Nance”, 15 Wentworth Ave., Business Club 4 (Secratary). YVONNE M. SAN ANTONIO, 30 Hewitt Ave., Softball 1; Elise’s Bridal Shoppe. KELLY ANNE SCANLON, “SmeUian”, 41 Perley Rd., Student Council 2; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Cross Country 2,3,4 (Co-Captain); North Andover Town Hall. KEVIN MICHAEL SCANLON, “Skeets”, 41 Perley Rd., Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3; Track 1, 3; National Northeast Corporation. DIANE E. SCARBOROUGH, “Diane”, 67 Raleigh Tavern Lane, Stu¬ dent Council 2,3; Squire 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 3; Yearbook 4 (Copy Edi¬ tor); Malden Co-Operative Bank. DAVID E. SCHEIPERS, 266 Middlesex St., Band 1,2,3; Math Team 2,3; AFS 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. ALFRED H. SCHREYACK, “Schry, Al”, 802 Dale St., Band 1,2; Soc¬ cer 2,3,4. DEAN SCOVIL, 5 Elm Ct., Heritage Green Apartments. BETH E. SHELLNUTT, “Sunshine”, 56 Academy Rd., Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM J. SHERLOCK, “Killer”, 50 Lyman Rd., Soccer 1; Hockey 2,3,4. DAVID SIDERI, “Sid”, 412 Main St., Football 2; Ski Team 4. CAROL SIFFERLEN, 36 Colgate Drive. LORI D. SIMMONS, “Lori”, 206 Dale Street. LISA JAYNE SLIPKOWSKY, “Slip”, 55 Famum St., Student Council 2; Tennis 1; Gy mnastic Intramurals 1,2,3; Merrimack College. KAREN A. SMITH, “Smitty”, 134 Cotuit St., Student Council 1; Track 2,3-,4. WILLIAM M. SMITH, “Smitty”, 39 Brightwood Ave., Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Baseball 1,2; Cross Country 2. WILLIAM S. SMITH, “Smitty”, 27 Wiley Ct. VALERIE A. SMITHSON, “Val”, 11 Walker Rd., French Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Tennis 1; K-Mart. LAWRENCE MARCELLE SOLOMON, “Lawrence of North Carolina”, 52 Prospect St., Football 1,2; Steward Cleaning. FREDERICK C. SOUCY, JR., “Souc”, 15 Cabot Rd., Baseball 1,2; Football 2,3,4. SUSAN E. SPITALERE, “Sue, Spit”, 22 Cleveland St., Business Club 1,4; Burger King. THOMAS A. STANTON, “Tom”, 390 Johnson St., Audio Visual 1,2,3; Student Adviso Committee 4 (Co-Chairman); Hockey 2,3,4 (Captain); Boston University Conference Center. THOMAS STARR, “Tom”, 64 Second St., Football 1,2,3; Baseball L2; Track 3,4; Haffner Car Wash. LINDA M. STEER, “Lyn”, 1213 Salem St., Band 1,2,3,4 (Secretary- Treasurer); Drama Club 2. ROY W. STEVENS, III., 24 Kingston St., Band 4; Choir 3,4; Football 1; Track 1; DeMoulas Supermarket. LAURY STOESSEL, “Stoes”, 50 Marblehead Street. RICHARD C. STROBEL, “Strobe, Stork”, 34 Columbia Rd., Spanish Club 1; Football 1; Baseball 1. DANIEL J. SULUVAN, “Sully”, 66 Herrick Rd., Math Team 3,4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; French Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Football 1,2; Cross Country 3,4 (Tri- Captain). JANE E. SULLIVAN, “Sully”, 241 Pleasant St., Student Council 1,2; Pewter Pot. ERIC R. SWANSON, “Egg”, 32 Union St., Football 1,2,3,4; Malden Mills. ELIZABETH SYBERT, “Betsy”, 25 Stonington St., CYO 3; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1; Pewter Pot. LEA M. TAMAGNINE, “Tambo”, 42 Bay State Rd., Pep Club 2,3; Student Council 2; Prep Club 2,3; Osco Drug. LORRAINE MARIE TARTAGLIONE, 905 Great Pond Rd., Judo Club 1; Homeroom Rep. 4; Student Council 4; Prom Committee 4; Soccer Intra¬ murals 2; Basketball Intramurals 1; Ski Team 2; Track 1,2,3,4 (Co- Captain); Friendly’s. 95 RALPH TIBERIO, 12 Commonwealth Avenue. GERALD TOWNE, “Jerry”, 234 Brentwood Circle. JAMES P. TREADWELL, 26 Hemlock Street, Soccer 3,4 (Co-Captain), Track 3,4; GTR Construction. RICHARD J. TUDISCO, “Rick”, 39 Sylvan Terrace. STEPHEN TURNER, 11 Oxford St., Yearbook 3,4 (Advertisement Edi¬ tor); Student Council 3,4; Soccer 3. LESLIE B. VARNUM, “Leslie”, 15 Walnut Ave., Band 2; Drama Club 2; Bon Secours Hospital. CATHERINE E. VEAZEY, “Cathy”, 75 Bridal Path, Acton High School Orchestra 1,2,3,4; G.I.S. Computer System 4; Swimming 2; Volleyball 2.3. SCOTT D. VICKERS, 49 Royal Crest Drive, Prokos Exxon. JOHN K. WAGONER, “Wags”, 15 Columbia Rd., Spanish Club 1; Track 1.3. CHRIS WALKER, “Spring”, 10 Bridle Path. RONALD E. WELCH, JR., 49 Kingston St., Squire 4. DEBORAH L. WHITE, “Moogs”, 108 Marblehead St., Yearbook 1; French Club 1; Squire 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4 (Vice-President); French Honor Society 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Math Team 2,3,4; Prep Club 2; “The Page” 3,4 (Co-Editor). DEBORAH A. WHITEHEAD, “Deb”, 74 Belmont St., Pep Club 1,2; Student Council 1; Messina’s. CHERYL A. WILSON, “Cher”, 63 Highland View Ave., Student Coun¬ cil 3; Yearbook 3; Prep Club 2,3,4; Flag Squad 1; Judo Club 2; Market Basket. RHODA LYNNE WILSON, “Rho”, 18 Buckingham Rd., Student Coun¬ cil 2,3,4 (Secreta -Treasurer); French Honor Society 2,3 (Secretary- Treasurer), 4; National Honor Society 3,4; French Club 1,2; Prep Club 3; Squire 2 (Jr. Business Editor), 3 (Business Editor), 4; “The Page” 1,2,3,4; Math Team 2,3; Yearbook 1; Softball 1,2; The Singer Learning Center. DONNA J. WINNING, “Donut”, 535 Salem St., Yearbook 4; Thompson’s Restaurant. JULIA WITZGALL, “Julie”, 25 Sargent Street. JIM WYLIE, “Coyote”, 206 Boxford Street, Bob Whites. THOMAS D. ZAHORUIKO, “Zeke”, 262 South Bradford St., Student Council 3; Yearbook 3; French Honor Society 2,3,4; National Honor So¬ ciety 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Hockey 1,2,3,4; Track 3. LISA M. ZETWICK, “Zet”, 35 Meadow Lane, Shutzer Industries. DARREN ZUILL, “Zud”, llVi Commonwealth Ave., Wrestling 2,3; Mister Donuts. 96 c L A S s o F 7 9 CLASS OFFICERS — President — Carla Polizzoti, Vice-President — Mary Gerraughty, Secretary-Treasurer — Debbie Walmsley 1. Debbie Aboud, Margaret Addonigio, Darlene Allen, Mark Androski, Erica An- tonelli, Annette Arcifa, Pat Armitage 2. Cheryl Assaf, Douglas Badger, Roxanne Baker, John Barrett, Kevin Bartolotta, Nancy Beirne, John Bingham 3. Linda Birch, Linda Bird, Maureen Blackwell, Kathy Boyd, Scott Bradley, Carol Breen, Bill Brennan 1. Kathy Bresnahan, Nancy Burnett, Ruth Bushnell, Helen Cadarette, Anne Calzetta, Gerry Caron 2. Barb Catalano, Cathy Catalano, Dave Chad¬ wick, Paula Chaput, Betty Cit¬ ron, Jeff Condon 3. Mary-Lou Connors, Mike Conway, Wendy Cormey, Lauren Cote, Cheryl Crabb, Tim Crane 98 1. Margus Cranston, Laurie Crittenden, Jane Cunningham, Robin Cunningham, Beth Cushing, Janice D’Elia, Bob DeAdder 2. Steve Dean, Gina DeCoster, Nancy Degnan, Ellen Demers, Dave Des- Roches, Artie Detora, Lisa Dewhurst 3. Anita DiAngelo, Paul Diminico, Debbie Doerr, Jim Doherty, Tara Donnelly, Karen Donovan, Martha Donovan, Alison Driscoll 1. John Driscoll, Peter Dubois, Sue Elliott, Bruce Emerick, Mary Emmett, Denise Enaire 2. Lynn Evangelos, John Far¬ row, Ralph Finck, Mary Fioc- coprile, Darlene Fladager, Kevin Fontaine 3. Dave For- zese, Tricia Foster, Sharon Foulds, Suzie Fountain, John Fragala, Maria Fragala, James Fraser, Amy Fumari Maureen Sullivan John Farrow 99 Tricia Keegan 1. John Fyfe, Mim Gaffney, Jim Gallagher, Marie Gallant, Candy Gartside, Cheryl Gauthier, Mary Gerraughty 2. Jon Giacalone, Kathy Gordon, Gail Gosselin, Jim Grover, Sandy Gundal, Bruce Hamblet, Pattie Hanson 3. Ethel Hantzis, Dannie Hart, Brenda Harvey, Barbara Heimann, Ellen Hennessey, Becky Henshaw, Caroline Hickey, Donna Higgins Sandra Bardsley Judy Miller, Kathy Boyd, Gina DeCoster 100 1. Bob Higgins, Sandy Hil¬ bert, Mary-Beth Hillner, Mark Hollands, Ruth Houtte, Joe lannazzi 2. Scott Janusz, Doug Jolly, Jackie Jordan, Tricia Keegan, Jerri Kegley, John Keisling 3. Joe Keleher, Lisa Kelley, Donna Ken- nicker, Diane Kent, Sue Kent, Carolyn Kilcoyne Margaret Addonigio 101 I. Tricia Kilcoyne, Phil Knowiton, Debbie Knuepfer, Steve Lagana, Buddy Lampros, Sharon Lanen, Pam Laorenza, John Lawlor 2. Paula LeClerc, Jonathan Leighton, Dan Leonard, Paula Letoumeau, Dan Lewis, Liz Lidstone, Jeff Long, Janice Lord 3. Donna Lumb, Sandy Lustenberger, Bill Lynch, Judy MacCannell, Mark Mac- lean, Ellen MacNeil, Tony Mac- Comber, Bev MacPherson Betsy Schwarzenberg, Tara Donnelly Mark Androski 1. Colleen Madden, Guy Malan- drino, Dominick Mangano, Lenny Mangano, Scott Maranto, Patty Marchisio, Laurie Marsh 2. Barry Martin, Peter Martinaitis, Donna Massey, Sandy Mathews, Donn Mattos, Caroline McBride, Bob McCarthy 3. Steve McCar¬ thy, John McDermott, John McDonald, Laurie McElhiney, Kevin McGauIey, Mary Beth McLachlan, John McLoughlin, Mark McMurray 102 1. Bob Meikle, Kerry Mer- cier, Judy Miller, Anne Milne, Sarah Modigliani 2. Jean Molander, Gail Mor- ley, Jeff Moro, Paul Mur¬ phy, Barry Nicoll 3. Susan Nocera, Fred Oakes, Kevin O’Dwyer, Nancy Orlando, Ilhan Ozberak, Joe Palka Fred Oakes, Kevin McGauley Paula Chaput 1. Tom Panebianco, Tony Patterson, Dave Peabody, Nancy Pearson, Bob Pelczar 2. Sue Pelletier, Paula Peluso, Carla Pesata, John Peterson, Carol Phil- brick 3. Susan Piergo, Richard Poirier, Carla Polozzotti, Meg Quintal, Corrine Ringdahl, Richard Ringdahl 103 1. Laura Robinson, Janet Rokes, Bill Rouleau, Cindy Rowlands, Lauren Roy, Robert Rudis 2. Shawn Ryan, Kevin Salemme, Debbie Salois, Mike Saltman, Debbie Sangermano, Chris Schapker 3. Cindy Scheipers, Dave Schreyack, Betsy Schwar- zenberg, Chris Scott, Lauren Serretti, Maribeth Seubert, Jim Shaloup, Paula Siegal Amy Fumari, Janice D’Elia, Mary-Lou Connors Sarah Modigliani Bob Higgins, Dave Ryan 104 ll Nancy Simmonds, Gail Simpson, Brenda Slip- kowsky, Christopher Smith, Helen Smith, Nancy Smith, Jim Spinney 2. Mary Ellen Steer, Mary Stewart, Dolores Stiglin, Mike Stone, Ed Sullivan, Liz Sul¬ livan, Katy Sullivan 3. Wayne Swanson, Jan Sweeney, David Taylor, Chris Thomas, Dave Thompson, Debbie Tiberio Mike Saltman Barbara Heimann 1. Jeff Torrey, Frank Tridenti, Debra Turner, Mike Ursillo, Bill Vaillan- court, Debbie Walmsley, Artie Walsh 2. David War¬ wick, Bill Watson, Olaf Westphalen, Heidi Wilier, Andrea Williams, Beth Wil¬ liams, Martha Willis 3. Paul Willis, Jeff Wilson, Bob Wilson, Robin Woodbum, Mark Woodworth, Daria Wysocki, Mike Zahreciyan, Mike Zeitlin, Kevin Zorn 105 CLASS OFFICERS: President — Mary Lyons, Vice-President — Sue De- Lellis, Secretary-Treasurer— Mary Beth Soucy Ann Haltmaier, Eve Hamori Tim Long Tim Marocco 1. Kim Abate, Tracy Alakel, Michael Annal- oro, Chris Aspinall, Steve Beattie, Peter Ber- nardin, Kevin Berube, Lee Ann Bevin 2. Paul Bischoff, Bridget Bligh, Wendy Bove, Richard Bowman, Ron Bran- deberry, Wendy Bresna- han, Kathy Brown, Ear¬ line Bruce 106 1. Amy Burns, Ann Bushnell, Susan Buturlia, Erin Gallery, Peter Campbell, Mike Cannella 2. Cheryl Carbone, Jeff Carr, Robin Champion, Jane Chase, Paul Chory, Dave Cinquegrana 3. Todd Closson, Cindy Cluney, Bob Cochrane, Linda Compagnone, Peter Condon, Debbie Conlon, Patricia Con¬ nelly Mary Beth Mclnnis Lisa Norris, Lisa Shields, Tammy Milne 1. Judy Connor, Tim Corcoran, Judy Costello, Cheryl Cyr, Scott Davis, Robert Deltwas 2. Billy DeAdder, Betty De- Barba, Susan DeLellis, Richard DeLisle, Paul DesRoches, John Di- Salvo 3. Carol Doerr, Patty Dolan, Bob Donahue, Lee Doucette, Lyn Doucette, Susan Douglas 107 I. Mariann Driscoll, Corinne Dufresne, Steve Dufresne, Laurie Dunn, Sue Elbeery, Mary En¬ glish, John Enright 2. Janice Farrell, Stacy Ferguson, Shannon Fer¬ ris, Carrie Fiorino, Wayne Firth, Cindy Fon¬ taine, Roy Foster 3. Joseph Fox, Paul Fragala, Robby Fraser, Vernon Gable, Mitzi Gauthier, Tracey Gauth¬ ier, Frank Gelinas Kim Packard Mike Pangione 1. Lisa Gianetti, Billy Gil¬ len, Steve Golan, Jeanne Gorham, Mike Gorman, Bill Gorman, Gayle Gos- selin 2. Patty Gerraughty, Bob Gosselin, Steve Graham, Denise Gravel, JoAnne Grover, Ann Guglielmino, Lori Guillmette, Donna Gule- zian 3. Scott Guthrie, William Halloran, Ann Haltmaier, Chris Hamel, Karen Hamilton, Eva Hamori, Anna Hart, Linda Harvey T j f ' 108 1. Elena Hasapis, Cathy Hayes, Chris Helfrich, Joe Helfrich, Dave Higgenbottom, Danny Miller, Maureen Hillerby 2. Margaret Hillner, Lori Hilton, Laura Homer, Michael Houde, Debbie Hughes, Chris Hutchins, Nancy Johnson 3. Kathy Joyce, Nancy Kent, Kathy Kierstead, Clare Kilcoyne, Colleen Kil- coyne, Bruce Kingsley, Robin Kingsley - ♦ ' f ■A-- ' , -.f, Donna Gulezian, Kelley Shelpley Marty Lawlor 1. Sarah Kittle, Richard Kryzynski, John LaBelle, Jessica Larkin, Marty Lawlor, Jeff Leighton, Debbie Leo. 2. Nancy Leslie, Dave Licr ciardi, Debbie Lindley, Karen Long, Tim Long, Patti Lundquist, Mary Lyons. 3. Tricia Mac¬ Donald, Martha Mac- Leish, Susan MacNeil, Karen Mahan, Karen Mailloux, Theresa Main 109 Anthony Forgetta Maura Turner 1. Roland Marks, Tim Marocco, Shari Marsh, Bob Maurer, Charles McAloon, Bob McAloon, Andra McCarthy. 2. Rita McConaghy, Cheryl Mc¬ Donald, Joan Mc¬ Donald, Frank Mc¬ Guire, Paul McGuire, Kerry Anne McLachlan, Anthony Melillo. 3. Tim Melvin, Heidi Middlemiss, Stephen Miele, Donna Mills, Tammy Milne, Lindsay Mofford, Janet Molander, Charlotte Mon¬ roe CL gm » 110 Mike Voisine, Kevin Berube 1. Tom Murphy, Eric Nolin, Steve Noone, Lisa Norris, Gene Northam, Laura Nu¬ gent 2. Ruthie Olwine, Anne O’Malley, Lori O’Sul¬ livan, Kim Packer, Julie Paige, Dave Palefshy, Mike Pangione 3. Whitney Perry, Greg Phair, Steve Pimpis, Tom Plant, Mary Lee Poirier Robin Champion Jens Bahrawy 1. Marie Powell, Mike Pratt, Joe Querci, Jim Quinlan, Jim Quinn, Alan Reasor 2. Diane Poutenis, Karen Reese, Joe Reitano, Brian Rey¬ nolds, John Rheaume, Cindy Richards, Susan Roberts. 3. William Robertson, Brenda Robinson, Ellen Robin¬ son, Kim Robinson, Richard Roche, Rich Rokes, Lee Anne Roop 111 1. Doug Royal, Jeff Ru- more, Ken Saalfrank, John Sangermano, Matthew Sapienza, Timmy Scanlon, Karen Scarborough, Laura Schmitke 2. Mary Beth Rossi, Suzanne Schreyack, Lisa Serreti, Cliff Seymour, John Shalhoup, Eileen Sheehan, Kelly Shepley, Margaret Shields 3. Richard Shore, Eric Side ri, Frank Silva, Kathy Slade, Audrey Smith, John Smolak, Mary Beth Soucy, Debbie Spina 1. Tracey Stack, Mike Steer, Daniel Stevens, Karin Stewart, Leonard Stoessel, Barbara Stone, Kendra Strobel 2. Thomas Sullivan, Judith Sweeney, Dorothy Taylor, Marie Taylor, Anthony Ter- ranova, Grace Testa, Cindy Thompson, Liz Torrey, Jirn Torrey, Pauline Trzcinski, Judy Turner, Maura Turner, Robert Uttley, Joe Verville, Maria Vivelros, Mike Voisine Richard Bowman 112 Mary Beth Soucy Kim Wonson UltfTTtttJ 1. Donna Voris, Bonnie Wagoner, Michelle Walker, Phil Watson, David Weigal, Detlef Westphalen 2. Dave Whitehead, Val Williams, Jane Wilson, Penny Wilson, Mark Wolfenden, Kim Wonson MISSING SOPHOMORES 1. Karen Alexander, An¬ drew Alvino, Kathy An¬ drews, Mark Atwood, Jens Bahrany 2. Norman Bailey, John Beirne, Phil Beninado, Justin Benicasa, Richard Camire, Joe Cassidy 3. Bruce Chenard, Debra Cin- quegrana, Jamey Connolly, Mike Corcoran, Don Crane, Anthony Forgetta 113 c L A S s o F 8 1 President — David Brown Vice-President — Timothy Armitage Secretary- Treasurer — Mary Fran Logue Joanne Finneran Nancy Leslie Richard Romano KNEELING: Steve Adiconis, Dave Ander¬ son, Vance Anderson, Mike Arcidi, Jeanne Arold, Saleha Asar, Maria Augeri 2. Cathy Austin, Scott Barclay, Gary Bardsley, Beth Beaudoin, Mike Becotte, Wendy Benjamin, Tom Bergstrom 3. Dianne Birch, Jim Blanchard, Brigid Bligh, Cathy Bourne 114 1. Mary Breen, John Brennan, Carolyn Bruce, Laurie Bush, Megann Gallery, Nina Camasso, Elizabeth Campbell 2. Lynne Canty, Jim Carabello, Robin Car¬ bone, Jo-Anne Casale, Russell Chaisson, Shel¬ ley Chandler, Sue Cle¬ ment, Kathy Campag- none Shawn Carney Lisa DiZazzo, Mary Melvin 1. Eric Clough, Donita Coburn, Donna Coco, Nadine Connelly, Paul Connelly, John Connors, Steve Contarino, Shawn Conway 2. Linda Cook- son, Susan Coon, Wayne Cormey, John Costello, Mike Crittenden, Chris Curran, Mike Currier 3. Tom Davis, Kim Davis, Caroline Davis, Nancy Cyr, Jennifer Cushing, Clifford Cyr, Joe Curtin 115 1. David DeAdder, Mau¬ reen Dean, Lenny Deg- nan, Mark Desmet, Domek. 3. Laurie Donahue, Mary Donahue, Mary Dono¬ van, Sheila Donovan, Ann-Marie Driscoll, Beth Driscoll 1. Paul Dubois, Shellie Dunn, Peter Edwards, Steve Elberry, Judy Eldred, Andrea Ellard, Barbara Ellard, Sandra Elliot 2. Kim Emerson, Laura Farley, Joanne Finneran, John Fiorino, Eric Fitzgerald, Shawn Flanagan, Peter Forget, Pristine Forgetta. 3. Cheryl Foulds, James Fragala, Peggy Franklin, Joe Frassica, Mike Gal¬ lagher, Sean Gallagher, Christine Gaudet, Kris¬ tina Gavelis Donna Hunt Sean Murphy 116 I. Chucky Gelinas, Julie Gerraughty, Salvatore Gianni, Jill Giaquinta, Nancy Giard, Ann Gilli- gan 2. Kathy Gioseffi, Steve Giuffrida, Eileen Gorham, Cindy Gorman, Debbie Gosselin, David Grant 3. Ed Hanson, Au¬ drey Hamori, Robyn Hamel, Jim Hall, Scott Hajjar, Karen Gundal, Donna Gravel James McPhail, Steve Elberry Brenda Young 1 W 1. Gayle Hasty, John Heafey, Karen Hennes¬ sey, Heather Henshaw, Cheryl Hill, Donna Hunt 2. Mark Jeffery, Lori Kates, Louetta Keene, Brian Kilcoyne, Steve Kirk, Kyoko Kitamura, Cheryl Knowlton 3. Brian Koczera, Diana Koebrick, Beth Kohl, Jim Kolarik, Peter Kotce, Guy Kothman, Jim Kronenwetter, Scott Lafleur 117 3 1. Richard Lafreniere, Bob Lambert, Paul Lam¬ prey, Dave Lanen, Lisa Laorenza, Paul Lazzaro, James Leighton 2. Col¬ leen Lennon, Dave Lewis, Geraldine Lic- cardi, Deborah Lid stone, Mary Logue, Patricia Lonergan, Karen Longton, Pam Lundgren 3. Kathy Lynch, Tom Maccarone, Scott Mac¬ Leod, Shari Mailloux, Kenny Malcolm, Frank Manning, George Manzi, Phil Manzi Paula Szabat Rick Heafy JW bI ” 1 3 ‘1 |pv 7 ’ ■ 1 ' ' Cf L V T-4i mill LfP ' 1. Karen Maranto, Peter Marggraf, Karin Mar- tineau, Maria Mascola, Edward McAloon, Billy McCarthy, Anne McDonald. 2. John McElhiney, Kathi McKay, Carolyn McLoughlin, John McMahon, John McNam¬ ara, Jim McPhail, Donna Medolo. 3. Laura Melvin, Mary Melvin, Laura Mes¬ sina, Nicole Midgley, Ciny Milne, Robyn Milne, Don Milton, Marta Modigliana Anne Marie Driscoll 1. Bill Moody, Lauren Mooers, John Mottola, Maureen Muldoon, Marie Murphy, Tim Murphy 2. Keith Nitzsche, Kevin O’Con¬ nor, Tom O’Connell, Linda O’Hearn, Bob O’Malley, John Palka 3. Ken Pearson, David Pet- row, Debbie Pierro, Kim Pike, Cheryl Quinn, Dave Quintal, Paul Quin¬ tal 119 1. Kathy Redman, Bob Reed, Jean Marie Reel, John Riccardi, Matthew Richardson. Daniel Rior- dan, Kevin Rodden 2. Rich Romano, Linda Ro- nan, Sean Ronan, Susan Rouleau, Paul Rullo, Diane Salois, Amy Sundstrom 3. Sharon Scanlon, Renee Schel- fhaudt, Susan Schwab, Paul Sciuto, Craig Sears, Meredith Segal, Robyn Serreti 1. Lisa Shaheen, Lynne Shellnutt, Roberta Shu¬ man, Brian Sifferlen, Annmarie Silva, Mike Slauter, Kathy Slipp, Laurie Ann Smith 2. Bob Smith, Paula Spinney, Mary Ann Stack, Dave Steer, Debra Sularie, Kenny Sullivan, William Sullivan, Beth Sutton 3. James Sweeny, Paula Szabat, Dave Tannert, Mike Tartaglione, Ken¬ neth Taylor, Debra Teb- betts, Michael Theberge, Ellen Till, Jeff Todd, Mike Torname, Maria Torrisi Peter Doherty 120 Nick Denito 1. Alyson Twomey, Rich Vaillancourt, Frank Vas- ello, Theodore Vynorius, Bobby Walmsley 2. Kat¬ hryn Welch, Mike Wells, David Whittaker, Bev Willett, Julie Williams, Susan Wilson 3. Heidi Witzgall, Jo-Anne Wood, Bob Woodcock, Brenda Young, Sharon Zeichner, Daniel Zorn VARIOUS FRESHMEN 1. Tim Armitage, Dave Baessler, Mike Brennan, Sandra Brightman, Adam Burnett 2. Mary Cadarette, Shawn Car¬ ney, Nick DeNitto, Jeanne Dube, Beverly Hollins 121 122 I 123 1 124 125 WE’VE GOT SPIRIT! The cheerleaders entered two competitions in the fall. They placed 3rd in the Cape Ann League Competition and came in 7th out of 35 competitors in the State Competition at Boston College, a great achievement considering that 11 of the 18 girls are new this year. SITTING: Tri-Captains — Mary Beth Keleher, Doreen Gallant, Tricia Kilcoyne KNEELING: Kelly Shepley, Anna Hart, Beth Pahigian, Suzie Fountain FIRST ROW: Kathy Gordon, Paul Seigal, Mary Ellen Driscoll, Chris Schapker, Kim Abate SECOND ROW: Kerry Long (As¬ sistant Coach), Eileen O’Connor, Lynn Evangelos, Nancy Smith, Maureen Blackwell, Lori Giuffrida, Katie Sullivan, Coach Gorman Chris Schapker Mary Ellen Driscoll, Doreen Gallant 128 129 HARRIERS GO UNDEFEATED! The boys’ Cross Country team had an outstanding year, finishing off with a 13—0 record and dashing to the Cape Ann League Championship. Tri-Captains Charles Beliveau, Myles Caponette and Dan Sullivan all did well. Senior John Quintal, Junior Art Detora, and Freshman Dave Quintal all did exceptionally well. Coach Jack Kelley is looking forward to next year. STANDING: Steve Beattie,John Rheaume, Jeff Holland, John Fyfe, John McDonald, Brian Kilcoyne, Dave Quintal, Danny Hiller, Art Detora KNEELING: Charlie Beliveau, Dan Sullivan, Myles Caponette wB j|flP FIRST ROW: John Costello, Bill Moody, Bruce Kingsley, Gordon Bushnell, Dave Cinquegrana SECOND ROW: Teddy Vynorius, Dan Zorn, Bob DiSalvatore, Mike Currier, Wayne Cormey, Jeff Long THIRD ROW: Eric Clough, Anthony Terranova, Ol Westphalen, Phil Manzi, Art Walsh 130 RUNNING AGAINST TIME! Coached by Mr. Jack Kelley, the girl’s Cross Country Team had a great year and ended up with a 5—4 record. The spirited girls were led by Captains Kathy McDonald and Kelly Scanlon and have excellent hopes for next year. FIRST ROW; Anne McDonald, Helen Cadarette, Kathy McDonald, Kelly Scanlon, Lynn Kilcoyne, Carla Polizotti, SECOND ROW: Saleha Asar, Caroline Hickey, Sue Burtulia, Ellen Till, Maria Mascola, Martha MacLeish 131 If TRANSITION SEASON FOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Although the Varsity Field Hockey Team had a disappointing season of 1—9—2, the girls were hardworking. Led by Sue Korb, Patti Connor and Coach Laurel Baverdam, Carol Long, Beth Shellnut and Amy Furnari had a good season. Next year’s team with Amy Burns, Cathy and Barbara Catalano, Gail Gosselin, Liz Sullivan, Nancy Beirne, Patty Marchisio and Debbie Aboud will make a strong bid for a hopeful season. Debbie Aboud, Patty Marchisio Beth Shellnut, Barbara Catalano Sitting: Cindy Melvin, Kathy MacLeish, Sue Midgley, Patty Connor, Sue Korb, Stacy Ronan, Carol Long, Standing: Coach Bavendam, Liz Sullivan, Cathy Catalano, Gayle Gosselin, Nancy Bourne, Patti Marchisio, Barbara Catalano, Amy Furnari 132 This year’s J.V. Field Hockey Team was led by Sandra Gundal and Karen Long. Some of the key players in the make-up of the team were Cheryl McDonald, Maura Turner and Beth Beaudoin. Coach Mrs. Holly Giuca is hopeful about going to the Cape Ann League Championship with the following future prospects: Lori Kates, Kathy Welsh, Laura Nugents and Marie Powell. Sandy Gundal First Row: Co-Captains Sandra Gundal, Karen Long, Second Row: Laura Melvin, Beth Beaudoin, Lori Kates, Kathie Welch, Laura Nugent, Third Row: Mary Beth Soucy (Manager), Marie Powell, Debbie Gosselin, Maura Turner, Robin Champion, Sharen Lanen, Cheryl McDonald, Marie Taylor, Coach Holly Guica Laura Melvin 133 KNIGHTS HAVE IMPRESSIVE SEASON! Captained by Half-back Dan Brucato and Quarterback Kevin Callagy, the Knights maintained a record of eight wins and two losses for the season and captured third place in the Cape Ann League. A number of players achieved the distinction of being named All League for the ’79 season. These players include Halfback Dan Brucato, Quarterback Kevin Callagy, Split-end Mike Laorenza, and Tackles Charlie McKinley and Jim Gosselin. Tom Erie, Tyler Munroe Mike Laorenza Kevin Callagy, Dan Brucato 134 First Row: Tyler Munroe, Mike McGuire, Mark Onanian, Dan Brucato, Kevin Callagy, Robert Bemardin, Jim Gosselin, E.J. Roberts, Vincent Helfrich, Mike Laorenza. Second Row: Coach Dick Rozzi, Eric Swanson, John McDermott, Paul Driscoll, James Chase, Chris Calzetta, James Cassidy, Fred Soucy, Charles McKinley, Steve McManus, Coach Daniel Rorke, John Connors. Third Row: Mike Carnavalli, Terry Edwards, Jim Gallagher, Paul Willis, Mike Koczera, Tom Erie, Jim Addonigio, Tim Corcoran, Joe Giarusso, Coach Ray Grady, Coach Bob Dinsmore. 135 JV’S FOLLOW VARSITY WINNING TRADITION The J.V. Football team finished the season with an outstanding 8—1 record. Coached by Mr. Mike Carnavale, Mr. Ray Grady and Mr. Bob Dinsmore, the team won the Cape Ann League Championship. Outstanding players included Dave Walsh, Fred Oakes, Jim Gallagher and Steve McCarthy. 1st Row: John Peterson, Dave Taylor, Chris Scott, Bruce Emerick, Paul Diminico, Ed Sullivan, Steve Dufresne, Rich Boman. 2nd Row: Steve McCarthy, Norm Bailey, Frank McGuire, Marty Lawlor, John Smolak, Paul McGuire, Joe Cassidy, Fred Oakes, Kevin Bartololta. 3rd Row: Coach Carnavalli, John DiSalvo, Fritz Hoehn, Eric Sideri, Jens Bahrawy, Anthony Melillo, Rick Shore, John Driscoll, Coach Grady. 4th Row: Michael Cochrane, Tom Plant, Mark Wolfenden, Dave Licciardi, Robbie Fraser, Dave Walsh, Bruce Chenard, Dave Weigal, Rich Ringdahl. 5th Row: Dave Peabody, Mike Conway, Dave Whitehead, Robert Gosselin, Tom Driscoll, Frank Silva, Roy Foster, Jim Fraser, Coach Dinsmore. 136 Coach Cavanaugh FROSH ARE CAPE ANN LEAGUE CHAMPS! This year’s Frosh Football season was a repeat performance of last’s. The Frosh finished with a 10-0 record, capturing the League Championship. Coach Cavanaugh has great hopes for their J.V. prospects. Brian Sifferlen, Sean Gallagher Shawn Carney, Paul Connelly Rich Lafreniere. Paul Connelly, Lenny Degnan 1st Row; Bob Smith, Richard Romano, Robert Walmsiey, Richard Lafreniere, Shawn Carney, Steve Elberry, Brian Driscoll, John McNamara, Mike Torname, Mike Desmond, Ken Sullivan, John Brennan, Jim Sweeney, Lenny Degnan. 2nd Row: Coach Mike Cavanaugh, Dicky Vaillan- court, Mark Jeffries, Jack Fiorino, Michael Gallagher, Dave Steer, Paul Rullo, Paul Lazaro, Bill McCarthy, Brian Sifferlen, Sean Gallagher, Peter Edwards, Bill Sullivan, Paul Connelly, Jimmy Carabello, Tom Davis, Donald Milton, Coach Jerry Marchegiani. 3rd Row: Shawn Conway, Ken Taylor, Craig Sears, John Palka, James Kolarik, Michael Wells, Mark Desmet, Sean Ronan, John Heafy, Joseph Curtin, Brian Koczera, Jim Croninwettor, Russ Chaisson, Chris Spanks, Scott Barclay 137 I REBUILDING SEASON FOR VARSITY SOCCER! The Varsity Soccer team, led by Co-Captains Jim Treadwell and Tom Zhoruiko, finished the season with a bleak record of 1 -12-1. This was the third year for Varsity Coach James Guica. Tom Zahoruiko was elected to Cape Ann All Star League. Mario Mino, Mike Powers, Jim Austin were all outstanding players for the squad. Next year’s prospects are Bud Lampros, Billy Brennan, Gerald Caron, and Chris Smith. Mike Powers Si Chris Smith First Row: Eric Nitzsche, Steve Caron, A1 Schreyack, Mario Mino, Dave Donovan, Jim Treadwell, Tom Zahoruiko, Mike Kittle, Chris Benincasa, Mike Powers, Jim Austin. Second Row: Coach Guica, Justin Benincasa, Jim Costello, Chris Smith, Bill Prennan, Jerry Caron, Bill Watson, Paul Firth, Bud Lampros. 138 TV’S POST WINNING SEASON! Buddy Lampros The J.V. Soccer team made its way to the Cape Ann League championship and came back a winner. Under the direction of Coach DeMarcco and Captain Buddy Lampros the team posted a 11—1—2 record. Outstanding players included Paul Murphy and Jonathan Leighton. John Leighton David Higginbottom 1st Row: Joe Frasca, Jim Leighton, Tim Crane, Phil Watson, Scott McCloud, Chuck Gelinas, Steve Adiconis. 2nd Row: Kevin Rodden, John Sangermano, Don Crane, Jody Verville, Jack Bums, Mark Brennan, Buddy Lampros, Chris Helfrich, Bill Gillen, Scott Maranto, David Higginbottom, David Brown. 3rd Row: Chris Hutchins, Steve Noone, Gene Northam, Wayne Firth, John Leighton, Coach Nunzio, Paul Quintal, Paul Mutphy, Pat Armitage, Paul Bischoff, Glenn Gioseffi, Joe Keleher. 139 MUSIC INSPIRES SPIRIT! The spirit is found in certain inside quotes of the year such as: “Face me Face” from Drum Major Terry Salois; from “Band will prepare to play” from T.J. Reid, Ass’t, Drum Major; as well as from Band President Linda Bernal tuning the Concert Band on stage over and over while waiting for Ass’t. President and lead trumpeter George Griffin to find his music. Finally, from the long hours of practice that produce a Band togetherness, win or lose despite losing members at the last minute, and losing competition, the spirit survives. John Mottola Ms. Mary Healey, Karen Doherty 1st Row: (front row — left to right) Judy Eldred, Sandy Brightman, Nina Camasso, Anne Marie Driscoll, Betty Citron, Mary Ellen Currier, Mary Anne Driscoll, Jerri Kegley, Denise Enaire. 2nd Row: (left to right) Terry Salois, Joe Fragala, Deidre Citron, Karen Doherty, Chris Hamel, George Griffin, Chris Steiner, Debbie Salois, Diane Salois, Linda Bernal, Linda Steer, Ms. Mary Healey, Tim Reed. 3rd Row: Eva Hamori, Kim Wonson, John Mottola, Lovetta Keene, Cindy Gorman, Audrey Hamori, Erica Antonelli, Kristina Gavelis, Beth Cole, Brenda Young, Nicholas DeNitto, Diane Poutenis. 4th Row: Robin Hamel, Heather Henshaw, Claire Kilcoyne, Anthony Forgetta, Bob Maurer, James Fragala, Debra Tebbetts, David Tannert, Jeff Todd, Karen Reese. WINTER SPORTS j Winter to Spring KNIGHT’S SCORE EXCITING SEASON First Row L-R: Joe Bazin, Mike Costello, Bill Smith, Mike Laorenza, Bob Rudis. Second Row L-R: Coach Bob Li- care. Bob McCarthy, Paul Willis, Dave Walsh, John Keisling, Jim Grover, Dave Forzese, Bob Uttley. north NORTH NORTH [DOVER NORTH ANDOVER anoover andove? ANDOVq ANDO Vi NDOVER The Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team, coached by Mr. Bob Licare and led by Co-Captains, Mike Laorenza and Bill Smith, completed another fine season. The team maintained the high school bas¬ ketball tradition by achieving a winning season in the league. Mike Laorenza Kevin Callagy 142 Bill Smith Dave Forzese Paul Willis Jim Grover 143 BOYS’ J.V. BASKETBALL ANOOVt’ Jens Bahrawy First Row L-R: Mike Pratt, Steve Beattie, Dave Walsh, Bob Uttley, Frank Gelinas, Tim Cochrane. Back Row L-R: Coach Fichera, Peter Bernardin, Dave Palefsky, Jens Bahrawy, Bill Hallo- ran, Dave Whitehead. north NORTH north NORTH NORTH ANDOVEfli ANDOVER ANDOVER 144 BOYS’ FROSH BASKETBALL First Row L-R; Steve Adiconis, Scott Hajuar, Brian Sifferlen, Rich Heafey, Mike De¬ smond, Bob McCar¬ thy. Back Row L-R: Lenny Degnan, Dan Zorn, Brian Kil- coyne. Bill Sullivan, Brian Koczera, Guy Kothman, Chris Spanks, Phil Manzi, James Kronenwet- ter, Jim Hall, Coach Sheehan. LADY KNIGHT’S FIGHT The Girl’s Varsity Basketball Team was led by Shari Johansen and Nancy Burtulia. Coach Anne Marie Kennedy feels that they had a terrific season. One of the greatest feats was their ability to work together as a team to win some close, tense games in order to capture the Christmas Tournament. Beth Shellnutt and Nancy Burnett were considered by Coach Kennedy to be great assets to the team. Barbara Catalano, Nancy Burtulia Joanne Grover First Row L-R: Beth Shellnutt, Robin Cunningham, Nancy Burtulia, Shari Johansen, Barbara Catalano. Second Row L-R: Coach Anne Marie Kennedy, Joanne Grover, Laurie Barker, Sue Heafey, Lisa Dewhurst, Nancy Burnett, Ruth Bushnell. lOOvCR f v ' % 31 r KORTH NORTH 35 mom north . 40 r tNDOVEI I 146 Sue Heafey, Coach Anne Marie Kennedy Nancy Burtulia, Lisa Dewhurst Shari Johansen Barbara Catalano 147 GIRLS’ J.V. BASKETBALL Led by Tri-Captains Ann Haltmaier, Karen Long, and Carrie Fiorino, this year’s team is one of the strongest yet. Coach Rachel Petralito is very pleased with the team’s performance. Other great players this year were Sue Elbeery and Sue DeLellis. Sue Elbeery Lynn Doucette Karen Long First Row L-R: Amy Burns, Sue Elbeery, Ann Haltmaier, Karen Long, Carrie Fiorino, Jane Chase, Sue DeLellis. Second Row L-R: Coach Rachel Petralito, Denise Gravel, Cheryl McDonald, Sue Burtulia, Lynn Doucette, Karen Reece, Ann Bushnell. A , m Is_ 148 Laura Melvin Beth Bowdoin YOUNG TALENT GIRLS’ FROSH BASKETBALL Coached by Pat Lawlor, the Girls’ Frosh Basketball team is now in its third season. Although their record is not outstanding this year, next year’s prospects look good. Donna Gravel, Mary Breen First Row L-R: Donna Gravel, Julie Gerraughty, Laurie Bush, Mary Breen, Lynn Canty, Gerry Licciardi, Beth Bowdoin. Second Row L-R: Mary Donahue, Debbie Gosselin, Susan Wilson, Tricia Glynn, Laura Melvin, Cindy Gorman, Maureen Dean, Coach Pat Lawlor. 149 VARSITY HOCKEY First Row: Mike Saltman, Dan Leonard, Tom Zahoruiko, Tom Stanton, Ken Donahue, Richard Kennicker. Second Row: Gerry Caron, Vin Helfrich, Jim Shalhoup, Steve Caron, Chris River, Coach Fitzgerald. Third Row: Chris Hamblet, Jeff Condon, Charlie Hutchins, Kevin Scanlon, Jim Dewhirst. Richard Kennicker Hampered by the relatively small size of the team, the Varsity Hockey Squad labored to maintain a creditable season. The team was led by Captain Tom Stanton and coached by Mr. Fitzgerald. Vin Helfrich Ken Donahue, Chris River 150 J.V. HOCKEY The J.V. Hockey Team under the direction of Coach McDonald had a successful first year. The team had a large turn-out of Sophomores, and Mr. McDonald hopes that the turn-out and consequential success of the team will continue in future years. First Row L-R: Bob Smith, Jimmy McPhial, Shawn Carney, Bob Walmsley, Jim Ronin, John McMahon, Paul Lazzaro, Sean Ronin, Paul Quintal, Kevin Roddin. Second Row L-R: Coach McDonald, Mike Soysene, Steve Dufresne, Joe Querci, Jim Quinlin, Dave Licciardi, Steve Noone, Rich Roache, Jeff Carr, Whitney Perry. 151 HIT THE TRAILS Aided by the great storm of ’78, the Ski Team was provided with many days to perform on powdered slopes. The skiers, under the direction of Coach Marchegiani and new assistant Coach Sullivan displayed their talent by consistently placing high in Merrimack Valley League action. Beth Cushing First Row: Maria Fragala, Debbie Walmsley, Tim Murphy, Dave Lewis, Tom Panebianco, Bob Higgins, Peter Edwards, Tom O’Donnell, Peter Marggraf, Steven GiufTrida, Nick DeNitto, Nancy Orlando, Rich DeLisle. Second Row: Coach Marchegiani, Kathy Lynch, George Griffin, Beth Cushing, Kim Emerson, Mickey Walker, Liz Lidstone, Chris Walker, Margus Cranston, Lee Ann Roop, Kim Packer, Kathy Joyce, l.aura DeLellis, Mary Jean Donovan, Jennifer Cushing, Coach Sullivan. Third Row: Steve Lagana, Bob Maurer, Bob Nassar, Bob Woodcock, Paul Bischoff, Scott Barclay, Jeff Leighton, Bill Gillen, Steve Miele, Pete Condon, Michael Gorman, Vance Anderson, Eric Clough, John Metola. Jeff Leighton, Bill Gillen, Steve Mealey Margus Cranston i S 1 I 1 I 1 j I i 152 I Lee Ann Roop Chris Walker Nancy Orlando Debbie Walmsley 153 First Row L-R: Dan Hiller, David Peabody, Joe Giar- russo, Doug Jolly, Peter Otis, Chuck Gelinas. Second Row: L-R: Mario Mino, Joe Hel- frich, Mark Desmet, Fritz Haynes, Paul Chory, Bill Wat¬ son, Bill Lynch, Jarl Johnson. Not Pictured: Captains Tom Kelley and John Quintal. Bill Watson 154 KNIGHT’S PIN VICTORY Coached by Mr. Howard Crozier, The North Andover Wrestling Team has had an outstanding season. Tri-Captains Tom Kelley, John Quintal, and Joe Giarrusso led this year’s squad through another competitive season. As Mr. Desmond stated last year, wrestling is one of our most demanding sports, for victory depends upon the determination of individual competitor as in no other high school sport. Joe Giarrusso, Joe Helfrich, Bill Lynch Peter Otis Fritz Haynes Paul Chory 155 KNIGHT’S NET SQUAD John Graham The Boys’ Tennis Team expects a better record this year than last year’s three wins and eight losses. Coach A1 Berman looks to Captain John Graham, Jim Coskren and Jim Austin as three who will hopefully lead the team to a successful year in 1978. Tom Sullivan First Row: Dennis McManus, Pat Armitage, John Graham, Jim Coskren, Second Row: Bill Watson, John Alakel, Tom Sullivan, Mark Desmond, Jim Austin, Coach Berman 157 Mrs. Gorman seemed confident when she stated: “The girls Tennis Team of North Andover High School is steadily improving every year. We had a young team last year made up of mostly CTDDTXT sophomores, and we still managed to O W XlN J XlN X lOX Ja.X1N J have four wins and seven losses. Two of those losses were lost by only one set. The majority of these girls will be back this year and we are looking forward to a better season. Cathy Catalano was one of the captains last year. We have not elected the 1978 captains yet.” Cathy Catalano, Mrs. Gorman Laurie O’Sullivan, Ellen Hennessey (1st Row) Mim Gaftney, Laurie O’Sullivan, Cathy Catalano, Debbie Aboud, Ellen Hennessey, Debbie Doerr. (2nd Row) Karen Reese, Mary Lee Poirier, Liz Torrey, Carol Doerr, Mary Beth McGinnis. Varsity Baseball’s Senior Hopefuls Led by Captain John Licciardi, last year’s varsity baseball team compiled a record of 10 wins and 9 losses. The ’78 squad, led by captains Mike Laorenza and Bob Bernardin, are hopeful that with the returning senior members including Tom Erie, E.J. Roberts, Chris Calzetta, Dan Brucato, and Sophomore Frank Felinas, this year’s season will prove to be even better. E.J. Roberts, Dan Brucato, Bob Bernardin, Chris Calzetta, Mike Laorenza, Tom Erie. Bob Bernardin Mike Laorenza E.J. Roberts, Dan Brucato, Bob Bernardin, Chris Calzetta, Mike Laorenza, Tom Erie. 160 E.J. Roberts Mr. Strobel, Mr. Dinsmore 161 FORE! Under the direction of Steve Buco, the Golf team has excellent prospects of improving last year’s 6-7-1 record. Much is expected of Junior Kevin McCauley who has won the Cape Ann League Individual Championship for the past two years. The young team is looking forward to a good year. Rick DeLisle Robert Meikle First Row; Kevin Bailey, David Detora, Rick Delisle, Coach Buco, Second Row: Gregory Carr, Jim Dewhirst, Darren Zuill, Robert Meikle 162 Joanne Grover, Sue Midgley, Jeanne Lafond BATTER UP FOR VARSITY SOFTBALL! The softball team had an excellent season last year with a 8-4-0 record coached by Mr. Edward Keisling. Although most of the key players have graduated, Joanne Grover is among his hopeful prospects for next year. Hi fi i 1 i First Row: Jane Cunningham, Carol Long, Lynn Kelly, Sharon Zagorski, Beth Shellnut, Val Gachioch, Terry Clement. Second Row: Pamela Stamp (Manager), Amy Fumari, Maureen Madden, Jeanne Lafond, Sue Midgley, Nancy Bourne, Joanne Grover, Coach Edward Keisling. Carol Long Joanne Grover 163 BOY’S TRACK AND FIELD The 1978 Track team, under the guidance of Mr. Robert Welch and Mr. Dan Rorke, is confident of improving last year’s 3—6 record. This year’s captains are John Quintal and Tim Quinlin. Outstanding players, who are expected to make significant contributions are: John Quintal, Kevin Callagy and Art Detora. The team expects to be strong in the distance runs and the weight events with the help of Ilhan Ozberak and Jim McDononough. John Quintal, Dan Sullivan Kevin Callagy Paul Willis 164 TEAM PICTURE 1st Row: Art Detora, Paul Willis, Ilhan Ozberak, Charles Tolcar, Charlie McKinley, Kevin Murphy, Dave Stone, Willis Jenkins, Tom Zahoruiko, Jim McDonough, John Haltmaier, Mike Chaput. 2nd Row: Steve Duftesne, Steve McManus, John Campbell, Dan Sullivan, George Earley, John Quintal, Chris Scott, Joe lanazzi, Steve McCarthy, Robert Rudis, Tom Starr, Kevin Callagy, Jim Gosselin, Jim Treadwell, Vin Helfrich 3rd Row: Coach Bob Welch, Mike Voisine, Mark Wolfenden, Charlie Beliveau, Jim Cassidy, Dave Taylor, Tim Quinlan, Steve Miele, Jim Quinlan, Mike Pratt, Mike Corcoran, Joe McDonald, Ed Sullivan, Robert Higgins, Jonathan Leighton, Kevin Zorn, Jens Bahrawy, Bob Uttley, Anthony Forgetta, John Sangermano, Coach Dan Rorke GIRL’S TRACK AND FIELD This years girls’ track team is becoming more competitive. The girls can only improve individually and as a team under the leadership of Capts. Kelly Scanlon Stacy Ronan and Coach Pat Lawlor. Many of the returning seniors, such as Sue Korb, Jan Nevers, Maureen Hennessey, Heidi Donahue, Kathy McDonald, Lorraine Tartaglione and Debbie Roche are supported by some of the promising underclassmen who wilbbe returning for another winning season. Some of next year’s returning players will be Anne Calzetta, Sue Bortulia, Becky Hinshaw, Maria Fragala, Kathy Boyd, Donna Higgins, Helen Cadarette, Martha MacLeish, Caroline Hickey and Debbie Walmsley. This year it is anticipated that they may become Cape Ann League Champs. Jan Nevers Anne Calzetta Martha MacLeish, Caroline McBride 1st Row: Coach Lawlor, Beth Rokus, Anne Calzetta, Carrie Fiorino, Eva Hamory, Janice Lord, Sharon Foulds, Debra Kneupfer, Sue Burtulia, Patrice Rivet, Sue Korb, Kelly Scanlon, Stacy Ronan, Jan Nevers, Ann Milne, Becky Henshaw, Nancy Orlando, Sharon Broadhead. 2nd Row: Maria Fragala, Karen Smith, Gayle Gosselin, Ruth Bushnell, Meg Quintal, Kathy Boyd, Donna Higgins, Maureen Hennessey, Caroline McBride, Helen Cadarette, Lynn Kilcoyne, Andrea Williams, Laura Nugent, Colleen Kilcoyne, Martha MacLeish. 3rd Row: Sue Pierog, Claire Kilcoyne. Heidi Donahue, Caroline Hickey, Debbie Sangermano, Donna Guiezian, Betty Citron, Janet Molander, Lorraine Tartaglione, Valerie Mitchell, Kathy McDonald, Debbie Roche, Barbara Catalano, Liz Lidstone, Sharon Lanen, Tricia Keegan, Debbie Walmsley. INTERNATIONAL INTEREST A.F.S. The American Field Service provides students with an excellent opportu¬ nity to learn more about other people’s cultures by actually spending time in that country. This year it was a pleasure for North Andover to host Tim Reid from New Zealand and Parastoo Ehsani from Iran. Mrs. Mary Mascola Parastoo Ehsani Tim Reid (L-R) (1st Row) Mary Gerraughty, Lisa Driscoll, Debbie Walmsley. (2nd Row) Jennifer Cushing, Eva Hamori, Nancy Lesley, Audrey Hamori, Jean Molander, Andrea Williams, Ellen Hennessey, Tim Reid, Betty Citron, Beth Kohl, Cindy Gorman, Eileen Gorham, Karen Donovan, Judy Turner, Tricia Kilcoyne, Maria Fragala. 168 LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! The Audio Visual Club has done a great deal in assisting teachers and stu¬ dents of N.A.H.S. by pro¬ viding them with video tapes, films, and color TV. It has given a little extra spark to the normal every day classroom activities. The Club is very much ap¬ preciated for their time and effort put in to make learning for this year’s students more interesting. Joe Fragala Jeff Rand Tim Quinlin, Jeff Rand (First Row; L-R) Jan Nevers, Brian Reynolds, Jim Blanchard, Brian Driscoll, Nick DeNitto, Mike Currier, Jody Verville. (Second Row L-R) Billy Gillen, Vance Anderson, Mike Fioccoprile, Mike Arcidi, Peter Kotze, Mike Cannella, Joe Fragala, Dave O’Connor, Jim Quinin. (Third Row L-R) John McDermott, John Haltmaier, Dave Palefsky, Bob Woodcock, Mike Powers, Ted McAloon, Dave Donovan, Paul Willis, Jeff Rand, Tim Quinlin. 169 STRIKE UP THE BAND!!! The Stage band, directed by Miss Mary Healey put a lot of time and effort into perfecting their abilities. They spend nights as well as afternoons practicing. They perform for both the student body and the community. Miss Healey is assisted by officers George Griffin and Linda Bernal. (First Row) Nick DeNitto, Terry Salois, Erica Antonelli, Robin Hamel, Denise Enaire, Christine Gavelis, Diance Birch, Claire Kilcoyne, Cathy Bourne, Cindy Germar, Audrie Hamori. (Sec¬ ond Row) Linda Bernal, Linda Hilbert, Heather Henshaw, Jay Reitano, David Tennert, George Griffin, Linda Steer, Diance Poutonis, Karen Reese, Betty Citron, Mary Anne Driscol, Anne Marie Driscoll, Mary Wentworth. (Third Row) Joe Fragala, Cliff Seymore, Beth Kohl, Nancy Orlando, Chris Steiner, Debbie Salois, Bill Newitt, Mary-Ellen Currier, An¬ thony Forgetta, Sandra Brightman, Judy Eldred, Jeff Todd, Bob Maurer. (Fourth Row) Deirdre Citron, Debbie Tebbletts, Kim Wonson, Luvetta Keene, Chris Hamel. MISSING FROM PICTURE Steve Lagana, Karen Doherty. Linda Bernal Miss Healey A ir A Jjfl R m jk 170 THE KNIGHTENGALES The chorus, which is directed by Ms. Nichols, performed several shows for both the student body and the community. The chorus is open to all students who have an interest in singing and performing, both before the student body and the community. Ms. Nichols is also aided by President Deirdre Citron, Vice-President Terry Salois, Secretary-Treasurer Jean Molander, and Sandra Bardsley who serves as the chorus librarian. t 1 (First Row) Heather Henshaw, Kathy Gorham, Debbie Salois, Betty Citron, Denise Enaire, Sandra Brightman. (Second Row) Judy Turner, Claire Kilcoyne, Darlene Fladager, Jean Molander, Sandra Bardsley, Audrey Smith, Judy Eldred. (Third Row) Terry Salois, Diance Poutenis, Pauline Tryzinski, Janet Molander, Sandy Matthews, Ethel Hantiz, Ann O’Mally, Dorothy Taylor, Mary Jo Wentworth. (Fourth Row) Cheryl Knowlton, Deirdre Citron, Dave Schelpers, George Griffin, Jeff Todd, Roy Stevens, Kathy Veazey, Barbara Veazey. Deirdre Citron and Debbie Lindley Ms. Nichols 171 MATHEMATICAL MATURITY! The Math Team, under the direction of advisors Mr. McGowan and Mrs. Watson, faced some tough competition this year. The members met weekly to practice for their monthly meets with nine other schools in the Eastern Massachusetts Mathematic League. Mr. McGowan and Mrs. Watson were also aided by officers Greg Anderson and Mary Gerraughty. Coach McGowan 172 (First Row L-R) John Matola, Laura DeLellis, Christine Gavelis, Dianne Birch, Debbie White, Cindy Rowlands, Anthony Forgetta. (Second Row) Paul Fragala, Dan Sullivan, Tom Erie, John Haltmaier, Ed Sullivan, Detlef Westphalen, Kevin Fontaine, Matthew Richardson. Mr. McGowan, Officers Mary Gerraughty and Greg Anderson, Mrs. Watson. KINGS, QUEENS, AND KNIGHTS The chess club offers its members an opportunity to practice their skills, learn new strategies and participate in game competition. Joe Palka, Mike Fioccopele, Kevin Fontaine, Eric Nitzche. 173 RESOURCES UNLIMITED The Instructional Media Center aides are greatly appreciated by the librarians because of their help in cataloging, filing, and aiding students in the proper use of the IMC materials. Throughout the tremendous change in the IMC’s set up the aides were helping to reorganize it every bit of the way. Greg Anderson Mr. Robert V. Guptill P v ' ' 1 (seated) Julie Williams, (standing) Mary Wentworth, Sandra Matthews, Laurie Crittenden, Matt Richardson, Deidre Citron. 174 Carol Long and Miss Claire Torpey WE MEAN BUSINESS!!! The Business Club was a great opportunity for NAHS students this year by allowing them to be introduced to different aspects of the business world. The members were able to listen to various speakers talk about their careers. This prepared the members for their own future plans. (1st Row) President Laura Pesata, Vice-President Elaine M. Giard, Secretary, Nancy Sammataro, Treasurer Ethel Hantzis. (2nd row) Sandy Lusten- berger, Patty Roy, Carla Pesata, Nancy Giard, Susan Spitalere, Debbie LaBelle. (3rd Row) Paul Spadafore, Cheryl Gauthier, Laurie Crittenden, Kathy Bresnahan, Jerri Kegley, Sandra Hilbert, Claire Torpey. 175 THE WORLD IS A STAGE (First Row) Betty Citron, Kathy Gorham, Audrey Smith. (Second Row) Judy Turner, Darlene Fladager, Jean Molander, Debbie Salois, Chris Steiner, Corby Mitchell. (Third Row) Terry Salois, Bob Meikel, Robin Woodbury, Dorothy Taylor, Sandy Matthews, Greg Anderson, Mary Jo Wentworth. (Fourth Row) Deidre Citron, Eric Mofford, Laurie Crittenden, Joseph Reitano. Darlene Fladager Mark Desmond 176 The Drama Club had a slow start this year, but, after Christmas vacation, members came back to school to find a new coach waiting for them — Mr. Johnson. This club is one of the few clubs to be able to develop a close relationship between friends because of their hard work and dedication. With entertainment, imagination, and talent as their chief concern the Drama Club had a very pleasing year. ROMANCE IS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (First Row L-R) Chris Schapker, Robert Rudis, Janice Delia, Tricia Kilcoyne, Dolores Stiglin. (Second Row L-R) Debbie Sangermano, Paula Peluso, Gina DeCoste. Caroline Hickey, Beth Nugent, Debbie Lindly, Darlene Allen, Judy MacCannell. (Third Row L-R) John Keisling, Kathy MacLeish, Karen Donovan, Darlene Fladager, Paula Leclerc, Gail Morley, Susan Conlon, Jeff Hollins, Ralph Finck. Students who study Spanish or French and maintain a high academic average are chosen to be members of the Carlos Montoya Chapter of the Span¬ ish National Honor Society and the Marcel Marreau Chap¬ ter of the French National Honor Society respectively. Both societies have taken sev¬ eral cultural field trips and set up tutorial programs for the students having difficulty with their language studies. Spanish Honor Society Officers: (First Row L-R) Barbara Galeazzi — President; Dave Forzese Vice-President; (Second Row) Debbie Doerr — Secretary, Gerry Caron — Treasurer; Katie Sullivan — I blicity. 178 (First Row L-R) Debbie Walmsiey, Mary Gerraughty, Kathy Gordon, Andrea Williams, Caroline McBride, Suzann Chenery, (Second Row L-R) Janet Molander. Nancy Leslie, Amy Furnari, Jean Molander. Darlene Allen, Lauren Cote, Anita DiAngelo. (Third Row L-R) Cindy Rowlands, Sandra Lustenberger, Gail Simpson, John McLaughlin, Paul Willis, Debbie White, Lee Anne Roop, Rhoda Wilson, Chris Schapker. 179 I A YEAR OF CHANGE The yearbook staff, under the direction of Editors-in-chief, Suzann Chenery and Christian Keller, Editor Steve Turner, and advisor Mr. Sanford has worked hard to develop a book which reflects not only the ’77-’78 school year, but also at¬ tempts to provide a chronicle of the ex¬ periences and changes and of high school life. (L-R); Suzann Chenery, Christian Keller, Cindy Melvin, Sandra Pierro, Jean Mathison, Barbara Galeazzi. EDI TORS (1st) Suzann Chenery, Christian Keller, Editors-in-Chief. (2nd) Brendan Melvin, Circulation; Barbara Galeazzi, Activities; Lee Anne Roop, Layout; Steve Turner, Editor and Business Manager; Laura DeLellis, Photography; Lisa Driscoll, Senior Section; Lori Martin, Underclassmen. (3rd) Elaine Giard, Typing; Laura Pesata, Julia Good, Senior Section; John Haltmaier, Advertising; Mr. Gerald Sanford, Advisor; Diane Scarborough, Copy; Bob Nassar, Sports; Kathy Clark, Copy; Jean Mathison, Faculty. 180 ilsKI m If m 11 • ' m IPiih Jii M jjm ii P Hr 1 F V B irf ' 1 IP m: ‘jii } ■ •. rn A STAFF FIRST ROW: Paula Chaput, Gail Morley, Judy Con¬ nors, Grace Testa, Julie Robin¬ son, Barbara Blain, Laurie Mar¬ tin, Patty Dolan, Lisa Shields. SECOND ROW: Debbie Walmsley, Dee Dee Citron, Chris Steiner, Karen Fontaine, Annette Arcifa, Betty Citron, Mary Emmett, Beth Nugent. THIRD ROW: Patty Hanson, Sue Conlon, Heidi Galper, Liz Lidstone, Laura Robinson, Andrea Williams, Jean Molan- der, Darlene Fladager, Judy Turner. FOURTH ROW: Mary Gerraughty, Debbie Hughes, Tracey Gauthier, Mary-Lee Poirier, Caroline McBride, Karen Donovan, Jan Giacalone, Sue Pierog, Terry Main, Donna Winning, Paula Rose, Sue Korb, Lisa Querci, Lori Martin. (L-R) Christian Keller, Jean Mathison, Suzann Chenery, Lori Martin. 181 Advisor Mrs. Weaver Senior Members at last year’s banquet. Senior Members: (First Row L-R) Laurie Martin, Christian Keller, Heidi Donahue, Rhoda Wilson, Debbie White, Kathy MacLeish. (Second Row) Bob Nassar, Brendan Melvin, Jim Cassidy, Jim Austin, Dave Skeipers, Steve Caron, Tom Zahoruiko, Joe Fragala, Richard Tudisco. (Third Row) Don MacNeil, John Haltmaier, Dan Sullivan, George Earley, Gregg Carr, Dan Gagne, John Quintal. 182 I 1 Secretary Treasurer Julie Good and President Barbara Galeazzi, (Vice-President Laura DeLellis missing from photo). Students who maintain a high grade average, and show leadership and service, are chosen to be members of the National Honor Society. Advisors Mrs. Weaver and officers Barbara Galeazzi (president), Laura DeLellis (Vice-President) and Julie Good (Secretary-Treasurer) got the group together to assist with this year’s two successful bloodmobiles, and to help out with a project for patients at a nearby convalescent home. The Honor Society holds its annual banquet in the Spring and it is at this time that new members are inducted and Senior members are honored. Junior Members First Row: Paula Peluso, Andrea Williams, Elizabeth Lidstone, Nancy Pearson, Jean Molander, Beth Nugent, Gail Simpson. Second Row: John Keisling, Betty Citron, Mary Gerraughty, Debbie Doerr, Debbie Walmsley, Chris Schapker, Susan Pierog, Nancy Simmonds. Third Row: Joe lannazzi, Paul Willis, Jonathan Leighton, John Fragala, Kevin Fontaine. 183 WE’VE GOT SPIRIT, YES WE DO! The Pep Club, under the direction of officers Debbie Roche, Anne Calzetta, and Paula Peluso, planned this year’s pep rallies, cheered on our athletic teams, and kept the gym decorated with posters throughout football season. The Pep Club tries to get everyone to show their school spirit. (First Row L-R) Mary Lyons, Lynn Evangelos, Nancy Smith, Kathy Brown. (Second Row L-R) Susie Fountain, Ann Haltmaier, Sue DeLellis, Kelly Shepley. (Third Row L-R) Grace Testa, Judy Connor, Kim Packer, Sue Elberry. 184 A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS The Photography Club is open to anyone who has a sincere interest in picture taking, and film developing. Miss Matasso, who has had much experience in this area, guides the group with her advice. Their main function is to aid the Squire and Knight staffs by capturing our school activities on film. But watch out, they may catch you off guard! Advisor Mildred Matasso News Scoop — Squire Wins Again! The Squire, under the direction of advisor Mrs. Allen and Co-Editors Barbara Galeazzi and Kathy MacLeish, received an award of highest achievement from the New England Scholastic Press Association again this year. The purpose of the paper is to keep students informed of the activities going on in all areas of the school, and to allow students to freely express their opinions and ideas. Most of the writing for The Squire is done by staff members, but the Editors encourage participation by all. Kathy MacLeish, Debbie White Squire Editors: (1st Row) Barbara Galeazzi, Kathy MacLeish, (2nd Row) Sue Alexander, Mary Gerraughty, Jean Molander, Christian Keller, Mrs. Allen. (3rd Row) Rhoda Wilson, Debbie White, Eric Moffard, Caroline McBride, Kathy Clark, George Earley. 186 Squire Staff: (1st Row) Betty Citron, Cindy Rowlands, Jean Mathison, Julie Robinson, Barbara Blain. (2nd Row) Dar¬ lene Fladager, Dierdre Citron, George Griffin, Sandy Pierro, Laurie Martin, Bob Nassar. Advisor: Mrs. Allen 187 STUDENT COUNCIL AND STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE Officers: Rhoda Wilson, Lisa Driscoll, Debbie White. The Student Council is open to any student interested in participating in the student government. Aided by Mr. Buco and under the leadership of President Lisa Driscoll, Vice-President Debbie White, and Secretary Rhoda Wilson, plans were made for dances, movies, scholarships drives, and various other Fund raising activities at weekly meetings. (1st Row L-R) Debbie White, Lisa Driscoll, Rhoda Wilson. (2nd Row) Laura DeLellis, Sue Korb, Jean Molan- der, Mary Lou Emmett, Bill Nugent, Betty Cit¬ ron, Debbie Lindley, Amy Sandstrom, Timothy Armitage. (3rd Row) Susan DeLellis, Ann Haltmaier, Caroline McBride, Annette Ar- cifa, Andrea Williams, Carrie Fiorino, Cathy Brown, Saleha Asar, Mary Breen. (4th Row) Kim Parker, Kathy Joyce, Judy Connor, Linda Compagnone, Sue Elbeery, Mary Lyons, Karen Hamilton, Mary Lee Poirier, Carol Doerr, Jane Wilson. (5th Row) Heidi Donahue, Bob Nassar, Christian Keller, Grace Testa, Mary Soucy, Tracy Gauthier, Mary Beth Mclnnis, Col¬ leen Kilcoyne, Laura Nugent. (6th Row) Judy MacCannell, Becky Henshaw, Anne Milne, Patti Hanson, Laura Robinson, Debbie Walmsley, Mary Ger- raughty, Debbie Doerr, Kathy Clark, Carla Polizzotti. (7th Row) Susan Pierog, Pat Armit¬ age, Tricia Keegan, Caroline Hickey, John Haltmaier, Deb Sanger- mano, Brenda Slip- kowsky, Nancy Degnan, Carol Breen, Donna Hig¬ gins. (8th Row) Mim Gaffny, Lyn Kilcoyne, Nancy Orlando, Liz Sul¬ livan, Barbara Galeazzi, Steve Turner, Debbie Roche, Marie Powell. ! ( I 1 I 188 Mr. Buco The Student Advisory Board is a new addition to North Andover High School. Made up of Sue Korb and Jan Nevers, the two meet periodically with other high school advisory boards to discuss students’ rights and laws. This year’s Student Advisory Committee, elected by the students, is made up of Sue Korb, Tricia Kilcoyne, Tom Stanton, E.J. Roberts, and Lisa Driscoll. The representatives act as an intermediary between the student body and the school committee by relating between the student body and the school committee by relating the ideas, and feeling of the students. Student Advisory Council Members Sue Korb and Jan Nevers. Student Advisory Committee Members (L-R) E.J. Roberts, Tom Stanton, Lisa Driscoll, Sue Korb, and Tricia Kilcoyne. 189 A ROYAL EVENING Homecoming Queen Beth Callagy and Jim Rullo Chris Walker and Steve Sideri Lisa Slipkowsky and Richard Kennicker 190 I Richard Kennicker and Lisa Slipkowsky A BROAD RANGE OF ACTIVITIES I 193 CLASS OF “78” COMES THROUGH AGAIN The Class of ’78 ran away with the Field Day Trophy for the second year in a row. This was the first year that all the activities were held outdoors. Students who did not participate enjoyed watching the competition in the bright May sun. 194 John Haltmaier Paula Rose Sue McCarthy, Jeanne Lafond Kevin Callagy, Dan Brucato, David Sided, Vin Helfricti Mr. Cavanaugh, Mr. Shelley Tim McCarron, John Campbell, Joe Keleher, Steve Beattie. 195 GET PSYCHED!!! Debbie Walmsley, Mary Gerraughty, Carla Polizzotti, Mr. Spadafore. Coach Rorke Mike Laorenza 196 I I 197 SEE HOW THEY RUN!!! Mrs. Bavendam has revived the Jogging Club this year, which is made up of both teachers and students. Although tampered by the inclement weather for a period, and jogging members could usually be seen every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. Coach Laurel Bavendam (1st Row) Mary Cadarette, Coach Holly Guica, Coach Laurel Bavendam, Kathy Compagnone, (2nd Row) Becky Henshaw, Helen Cadarette, Lyn Kilcoyne, Caroline McBride, Kathy Welch. NEW SPORT TUMBLES IN! Sandra Elliot and Donita Coburn This is a year of transition for the Gymnastics Club. Aided by Mrs. Brown, the coach, the team is in the midst of changing from an after school intramural to a varsity sports team. (Bottom Row L-R) Sue Walsh, Cheryl Foulds, Sha¬ ron Foulds, Debbie Hughes, Lisa Laorenza, Beverly Willett, Brenda Slipknowski, Mary Ann Walsh, (standing) Heidi Wilier, Cathy Bourne, Sandra Elliot, Erin Callery, Penny Wilson, Lisa Sha- heen, Cathy Gioseffi, Donita Coburn. (On beam) Kerry McLauchlan, Bar¬ bara Heiman, Mary McLauchlan. 199 The 1978 CLASS POLL FRIENDLIEST: Tom Stanton, Laurie Barker BEST STUDENT: Dan Sullivan, Barbara Galeazzi BEST LOOKING: Dan Brucato, Bety Callagy, Steve Caron CLASS INDIVIDUALS: Jan Nevers, Jim Chase 200 I BEST PERSONALITIES: Chris Benicasa, Sue Kerb ■ ' ' ' :m j , -s J 1 1 - j| 1 ' ■; nJIHf CLASS LADY AND GENTLEMEN: Tom Stanton, Sue Forseze CLASS COUPLE: Eric Swanson, Karen Smith 201 BEST DRESSED: Dan Brucato MOST TALENTED: George Griffin, Lori Lundquist BEST ATHLETE; Mike Laorenza UNSUNG HEROINE; Laura DeLellis BEST ATHLETE; Nancy Burtulia BEST SMILE; Tom Zahoruiko, Paula Rose 203 Autumn to winter, winter into spring, Spring int ummer, summer into fall So rolls the changing year, and so we change Motion so swift, we know not that we movef " The Class of 1978 asks our subscribers to support our advertisers. 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North Andover, MA 01845 North Andover Booster Club Sponsoring Youth Baseball — Basketball — Football Cheerleaders North Andover Babe Ruth Team For North Andover High School Scholarships Boy Girl Senior Athlete Award Wishes Continued Success to The Class of 1978 Compliments of Landers’ Electrical Co. Inc. 30 School Street North Andover, MA 01845 Tel. 686-3828 214 Indo erBank ANDOVER SAVINGS BANK North Andover, 108 Main St., Andover 61 Main St., Methuen 547 Broadway 91 Pleasant Valley St. Tewksbury, 995 Main St. Compliments of Messina’s Market Congratulations — Class of 1978 215 Patrons: NORTH ANDOVER STAMP SEV. VARIATIONS IN WOOD MAES BARBER SHOP Congratulations to “78” Grads. MRS. ROBERT P. CHENERY Marum’s Clothing Store Everett Mill Corner Essex Street Union Street 216 There ' s more ink foryOu Complete Local News Regional News National News World News High School and College Sports Professional Sports Sports Results Charts Dear Abby Lifestyle Your Health Comics Jeane Dixon Horoscope Rev. Billy Graham Crossword Puzzle Weather Art Buchwald William Safire Births and Deaths Calendar of Events James Reston Sylvia Porter TV Listing Bob Greene William F. Buckley, Jr. Editorials Letters to the Editor Bridge Seek Find Through the Years Jack Anderson Classified Want-Ads Full Color News Photos Nikki Scott Retail Advertising Consumer Information Cartoons Engagements Weddings Gardening Political News L ?eiice Ea elHImne® For home delivery, coil the Circulation Department (617) 685-1000 Take Out Orders Tel. 682-2242 372-6311 CmHh BtOSSOM l7lcSla j s and GARDEN CENTER PHONE 683-3164 949 Osgood St. (Rte. 125) North Andover, MA 01845 217 COMPLIMENTS OF THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 2104 Park Street North Andover 218 Congratulations Graduates bixlpM and company m REALTOR® 451 Andover St. North Andover (617) 685-6331 38 Florence Street Andover (617) 470-1500 Good Luck Class of ’78 N.F. Nicetta Son 91 Belmont Street North Andover, MA Tel. 686-4306 687-2920 Arlington Trust 149 Main Street North Andover Mall North Andover, MA 01845 Donahue Bros. Inc. Coffee Distributors Maxwell House Yuban Coffee Sanka Brand 17 Buanham Road, Methuen Tel. 685-5806 219 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 J T Gulf 77 Main Street North Andover, MA 01845 Complete Car Care John A. McElhiney Prop. Good Luck Class of ’78 Representative Joseph N. Herman 220 " Coca-Cola " and " Coke " are registered irade-marka which identify the same product of The Coca-Cola Company. Phone Glass - Screen repairs 617-6B3-770e £GrJfl Sal es £r Seruice COMBINAT ION WINDOWS - DOORS - JALOUSIES SCREENS - AWNINGS - PORCH ENCLOSURES SLIDING PATIO DOORS - TUB ENCLOSURES B Main Street DAVE MORTON NO. ANDOVER, MASS. OISAB Tel. 683-1133 683-1031 Night: 685-4545 TROMBLY BROS., INC. Dave, Rick Skip 141-153 Sutton Street No. Andover, Mass. 01845 24-Hour Towing and Road Service Fuel Oils and Burner Installation Repair A FRIEND Hanson Heating Service 85 Main St. Tel. 683-2292 Equipment — Service — Installation Congratulations to the Class of 1978 WILLOWS RACQUET CLUB 815 Turnpike Street North Andover, MA Tel. 687-0505 222 Olympic Sports Shop 32 Hampshire St. Methuen, MA 685-8938 Main St. North Andover, MA Team Prince’s Uniforms Professional Skate Sharpeners The Place to go for your Sporting Needs. Compliments of North Andover Thrift Shop Olde North Andover Center Compliments of 451 Andover Street North Andover, MA 687-1131 223
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