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Show Hide text for 1980 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 236 of the 1980 volume: “ KNIGHT KNIGHT ' 80 Published by The Senior Class of North Andover High School 2 3 In its brief course 4 5 lie all the varieties and realities of your existence mmm mm M ;mm 6 8 L For yesterday is but a dream i 9 And tomorrow is only a vision; 12 r But today well lived 13 14 15 i And every tomorrow a vision of hope. 16 L DIRECTIONS - OPEN CAREFULLY! Turn pages to the right and then lift up. Kramer vs. Kramer ■ =3 for life. | Knights XIII OLYMPIC -OO WINTER Vy GAMES ■ , LAKE I I PLACID I I 1980 inal; vh,, Eric’s golden« WoO ' Hoooo Kibbfss Robert C. Dole COVER STORIES John B, Anderson The Future is coming. Areyouready? KHOMANIAC Dartboard Poster How the Soviet Army Gold bars: .4 roller coaster—mainly rushed Afghanistan a i ® SWisaj ■ ,, .... . . " Fr ' PER GALLON I Students Draft Really Needed?, N OLYMPIC BOYCOTT ?|T . .Last of the Big Ones jP iv i i " rnn A ivi e Soviet 11 i [To! r Id ei Vi 17 All experience is an arch, to build upon. Mr. Daniel L. Desmond — Principal Mrs. Aniela Zimny — Secretary Dr. Peter V. Garofoli — Superintendent Mrs. Mary Klueber — Secretary 20 Whatever you do, do wisely, and think of the consequences. Mr. Thomas L. Regan — Guidance Director Mr. John T. DeFlumeri Mrs. Margaret Ekholm Mr. Harwood A. Steele Mrs. Joan Cashman — Secretary Mrs. Mary Ashbum Mrs. Hazel Coughlin — Secretary Strong body - strong mind. Mr. Michael J. McDonald Mr. Robert C. Licare — Supervisor of Health Education Mr. Howard E. Crozier — Director of Athletics Mrs. Laurel A. Bavendam, Mrs. Beverly Delaney Mr. Michael Cavanaugh 22 Art is not a thing: it is a way. Mr. Kevin Lynch — Band Director •; Mrs. Miriam I. Aubry 23 Honor lies in honest toil. 24 Mr. Francis Troy Mr. Lee Teitel Miss Nancy Oleksak The business of America is business. Mr. Joseph Bevilacqua Miss Margaret Phelan Mr. Paul Spadafore — Department Head HI Mrs. Helen Driscoll Miss Claire Torpey History is the life of peoples and of humanity. Mr. John Minihan 26 Mr. William Boutilier 27 To turn events into ideas is the function of literature. Miss Mildred G. Matasso and Miss Mary Julie Connor Mr. Anthony M. Reynolds Mr. Robert H. Welch Ms. Patricia Maloney Mr. Gerald A. Sanford 28 Mr. Richard W. Kiberd Mrs. Enid M. Allen — Department Head ,:t • ' Miss Peggy Bove Mrs. Martha Albondy Mrs. Susan Kierstead — Teacher Aide Mr. Robert C. Autieri Mr. Paul Gregoire Mr. Leonard A. DeSimone Mr. Bert H. Noyes 29 Mathematics is the queen of the sciences. Mrs. Judith M. Watson Mr. Robert Dinsmore Mr. John F. Kelley Mr. Arthur H. Forgetta — Department Head Mr. Edward Keisling 30 Mr. V. David Rogers VI Mr. Robert Parker Mrs. Nancy Stevenson — Teacher Aide Mr. Albert Berman Mr. Anthony T. McGowan 7 Mr. Americo Fichera 31 Science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking. Mr. Robert Bennett — Department Head Mr. James O ' Neill Mr. Daniel Jaffe Mr. Richard Rozzi 32 Miss Mary Martin Mr. Philip Towle Mr. Jerome Marchegiani Mrs. Marion Colby Mr. Stephen Buco Mr. Peter Kalafarski •■mr I ' Trnr ' ' — »■ Language is the picture and counterpart of thought. Mr. Thomas Thibeault y Mrs. Theresa Uttley — Teacher Aide Miss Lorraine Lostimolo Mr. Mario Giordano Mr. Mitchell T. Carter Knowledge is power. » t •.. mwm fl Mrs. Carolyn Koczera — Aide Mr. Robert V. Guptill — Librarian Mr. John R. Robinson — Audio-Visual Supervisor Mrs. Mary Mascola — Aide Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows. fit Mrs. Virginia A. Foulds, R.N. — School Nurse Mrs. Gerry McGuire Mrs. Elaine Dunaway Ms. Vicki Lacy 37 We aim to serve. Cafeteria Staff: Seated (L-R); Mrs. Stella Daly, Mrs. Adeline Poole, Mrs. Maria Rudis, Mrs. Agnes Marsh, Mrs. Patricia Cavanaugh, Mrs. Gladys Chase, Mrs. Kathy Pearse. Standing: Mr. Owen F. Morris (Super¬ visor), Mrs. Mary Pelliter, Mrs. Mieko Allen, Mrs. Helen Stanwood, Mrs. Dorothy Bird, Mrs. Kathleen Compag- none, Mrs. Nancy Risacher, Mrs. Mar¬ garet Chiafi, Mrs. Shirley Wilson, Mrs. Priscilla Wilson. tUSr r • w j HB c J f ,w ■ m L m v - w m J 7 T r r Nn mm _ 4 1 ' c® ' Custodial Staff: Sea¬ ted (L-R); Mr. Carl Langlois, Mr. James Sheehan, Mrs. Janet Currier, Mr. Thomas Lynch, Mr. Vincent Valentino, Mr. Wil¬ liam Gorton, Mr. George Massey (Se¬ nior Custodian). Standing: Mr. Fred Linder, Mr. John Pitman. 38 What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness. Bus Drivers: Kneel¬ ing (L-R): Louise Aziz, Ann Beman, Betty Bryant. Stand¬ ing: Gert Frazelle, Kathy Maxwell, Gladys Lundy, Sandy Pauta, Rhoda Deltwas. Back Row: Arlen Lorma, Char¬ lie Carroll, Joanne Fraize, Dot Clark, Pauly Annis. 39 The Bliss of Growth Class Officers: Bill Shann (Vice-Pres¬ ident); AnthonyGal- vagna (President); George Soucy (Sec- retary-T reasurer). HR 105 Front Row (L-R): Pam Adkins, Kevin Al¬ len, Lee Altman, Vicki Anderson, Tony Armit- age, Deanne Arm¬ strong, Maureen Asselin, Chrissy Aziz, Gina Bar- bagallo, Nancy Barmat, Mike Barrett, Mary Kay Barry. Standing: Darlene Bauman, David Be- liveau, Agnes Bernal, David Blackstock, Jeff Bleszinski, Jayne Bloom- quist. Bob Bouchard, Deanne Bradshaw, Mike Braga, Danny Bres- nahan, Alicia Brown, Gwendolyn Brown. HR 110 First Row (L-R): Adrienne Brucato, Mark Brucato, Dennis Bruce, Jim Bucchio, Ray Bur¬ nett, Peter Burns, Chris Burt, Kim Burton, Carol Bushnell, Jean Bushnell, Jean Busineau, Andrea Callahan. Sec¬ ond Row: Jeff Campbell, Wayne Cannella, Lynne Carlson, Kevin Carney, Cathy Carr, Rosalyn Cavallaro, Terry Cole, Mary Comeau, Kelly Comerford, Dawn Con¬ nelly, Kathy Connolly. Jean Fragala, Patty Manos HR 112 First Row (L-R): Karen Demers, Robin Desmet, Patricia Di- Filippo, Brian Dodge, Tina Doherty. Second Row: T.J. Conte, John Corcoran, Maureen Cos¬ tello, Faith Cottone, An¬ drew Crittenden, Tim Cummings, Tricia Cur¬ tin, Holly Curtis, Maria Danus, Linda Davis, Michael Dawson, Eileen Decowski. HR 120 First Row (L-R): Matt Donovan, John Driscoll, Greg Drogos, Bernadette Dubois, Mark Durkee, Mike Early, Todd Emerson, Joscelyn Engels, Karen Fann, Harold Ferguson. Second Row: Tricia Fin- neran, David Forgetta, Lisa Forgetta, Rachel Forgetta, Deborah Foss, Wayne Foster, Bryan Foulds, Jean Fragala, Nancy Franklin. 43 HR 122 First Row (L-R): Mike Frassica, Laura Galper, Anthony Gal- vagna, Pam Galvagna. Second Row: Charles Gammie, Melissa Gar¬ land, Robert Gauthier, Joanna Giancotti, Betsy Gillen, Mike Gilligan, Kathy Gioia, Danny Glynn, Mary Goebel, Kevin Good. Third Row: Marybeth Gordon, Caro¬ lyn Gorman, Cris Gor¬ man, Bob Gorman, Claire Gravel, Joe Gurka, Sue Hajjar, Donna Hall, Jeff Hall, Paul Hambelton, James Hannon. HR 123 First Row (L-R): Patty Harty, Patty Hasty, Mike Healey, Peter Heinze, Donna Henry, Maria Hillner, Bob Hillner, Cheri Hutchings, Shawn Hutchings, Tim Ip- polito. Second Row: Melody Jackson, Pam Jeffrey, Joy Kaplan, Mar¬ tin Kash, Jonathan Kel¬ ler, Jerry Kent, Lorrie Huapaya. ■ 7 ' ■ - i lUr f U i John McElroy Freshman Team HR 124 First Row (L-R): Frank Killilea, April Kimball, Donna Kozem- chak, John Kronwet- ter, Dan LeFleur, Wendy LeHaye, Dan LaBelle, Devrie Lafreniere, Karen Lagana, Kevin Lambert, James Lane. Second Row: Karen Langlois, Lisa LaRochelle, Paula Lawson, Kay Ellen Leary, Joann Lesopsky, Carol Letoumeau, Gina Licciardi, Jim Lindley, Jay Livesey, Bryan Long, Alan Longton, Bob Lumb. HR 125 First Row (L-R): Mary Main, Irene Man¬ ning, Patty Manos, Billy Marcotte, Steve Mar- graff, Monica Marquez, Donna Martin, Jim Mar- tinoli, Lisa Mazurenko, Tracy McCann, Kathy McCarthy. Second Row: Shirley McGuire, Judy McGuire, John McElroy, Joe McDonald. 45 HR 126 First Row (L-R): Scott McKay, Scott McLachlan, David McLung, Mike McMa¬ hon, Chris Melvin, Laurie Messina, Matthew Miele, Chris Milone, Eric Milone, Alden Milton, John Minasian. Second Row: Peter Molander, Lisa Moro, Elizabeth Ann Morrow, Joe Motta, Diane Mscisz, Sunit Mukherjee, Cathy Mur¬ phy, Paul Murphy, Ellen Nadeau, Scott Nara- more, Debbie Nazarone. Ken Whitehead Mac Rosenbaum Band Practice I Steve Slauter, Eric Tobin Nancy O ' Connell, Karen Fann Math Class Jean Busineau, Doreen DeNitto HR 127 First Row (L-R): Laurie Nolin, Lisa Novelline, Philip Not- ton, Nancy O ' Connell, Karen Ortiz, Julie Otis, Ann Pappalardo, Steve Parish, Alice Peck, John Pelich. Second Row: Kathryn Petrycki, Michele Poulin, Brenda Poutenis, Martha Quin¬ lan, Eric Reardon, Kevin Redman, Daniel Regan, Dennis Regan. 47 HR 128 First Row (L-R): Tom Reusch, Joe Reynolds, Thomas Rooerts, Karen Robin¬ son, Susan Robinson, John Ronan, Kevin Ro- nan. Matt Rorke, Max Rosenbaum, Kenny Rossetti, Kevin Rossiter. Second Row: Margo Roy, John Salemme, Susan Samuel, Derek Schmitke, Bill Shann, Karen Sheehan, Jane Sher, Linda Shottes, Bob Simmons, Steven Slau- ter, Ann Marie Smith, Michelle Smith. HR 129 First Row (L-R): Jane Sobel, George Soucy, Joyce Stanat, Wayne Stearns, Jeff Stewart, Martha Stiglin, Terriann Stone, Darlene Sullivan, Thomas Sybert, Laura Szabat. Second Row: James Testa, Tanya Thomas, Renee Marie Titus, Eric Tobin, Stephen Todd, Lisa Torbin, Lori Tor- bin, Ann-Margaret Tor- risi, Walter Trzcinski, David Tudisco, Matthew Turner, John Vincent, Steve Vynorius, John Walczak. Michelle Smith Jeff Stewart, John McElroy, John Kronenwetter Alan Longton, Lynn Watson HR 131 First Row (L-R): Betsy Wall, Karen Walmsley, Brian Walsh, Maureen Walsh, Michael Walsh, Daniel Warner, Karen War¬ wick, Kristen Warwick, Lynn Watson, Heidi Wefers, Todd Welch. Second Row: Kenneth Whitehead, Karen Wil¬ liams, Christine Willis, David Wilson, Daniel Winning, Susan Witz- gall,_ Marianne Wol- fenden, Allison Wyllie, Ann Zaccari, Deborah Ann Zaccari, William Zahoruiko, Daniel Zap- pala, John Zeltlin. HR 132 (L-R): Greg Herold, Mark Hodgkins, Peter Bums, Jim Foley, Tony Armitage, Wayne Cannella, Chris Duddy. 49 Class of ' 82 Officers: Bob Mascola (Vice-President); Kathy Donnelly (President); Dolly Hiller (Secretary-Treasurer). Field Day ' 79 Craig Cheevers H.R. 200 First Row (L-R): Stephen Alaimo, Ken Anderson, Paul Ander¬ son, Ronald Asselin, Karen Barbera, Linda Be¬ aton, Kathleen Beattie, Jean Belanger, William Belinda, Daniel Bergstrom. Second Row: Mark Bemardin, Barbie Ann Bevin, Ellen Blackstock, Susan Blackwell, Linda Bonac- corso, Mark Bouchard, Rachel Boynton, Glenn Brennan, James Brouder. H.R. 201 First Row (L-R): Jana Brown, Mark Buc- chio, Gerard Burt, Jane Cadarette, David Camire, Laurie Carabello, Joseph Carney, Mary Lou Caron. Second Row: Constance Catalano, Mary Ann Chaput, Craig Cheevers, Patricia Clark, Man orie Clement, Pamela Cole, Gordon Connelly, Robert Connors, Lori Conte. 50 H.R. 202 First Row (L-R): Maureen Con¬ way, Mary Corcoran, John Coskren, Wendy Cote, Christine Coupe, John Crawley, Jeff Cur¬ ran, Larry Curtis. Sec¬ ond Row: John Dagh- lian, Melissa D ' Antonio, Daniel Devlin, Richard Dicarlo, Kenny Dillman, Ellen Dinuccio, Robert Dion, Sally Ditenhafer, Lisa Doerr. , H.R. 203 First Row (L-R): Chris Donahue, Richard Donald, Elizabeth Don¬ nelly, Nancy Donovan, Barbara Driscoll, Joe Dris¬ coll, Mary Driscoll, Susan Dufresne, Beverly Dunn, Ann Dunn, Frank Dushame. Second Row: Erica Emerick, Garrett Engels, Kathy Enright, Michael Fay, Elizabeth Fioccoprile, Laura Fisher, Gary Forbes, Chris For- zese, Eric Foulds, Elizabeth Fragala. Bev Dunn, Kathy Riordan Chris Scalet, Gordon Connelly H.R. 204 First Row (L-R): Laurence Freed¬ man, Kurt Frulla, James Gammie, Vicky Gauth¬ ier, Chris Gelarderes, Stephanie Gelarderes, Linda Gelinas, Anthony Gianetti, Janice Giglio, Stephen Gilboard. Sec¬ ond Row: Edward Gil¬ len, Thomas Gilligan, Sharon Gioia, Caroline Giuffrida, Albert Goebel, Donna Golan, Jill Golan, David Gorham, Robert Gravel, James Green, George Griecei. N-» Grad Rosenbaum Kathleen Beattie Mike Valentino Mary Schelfhaudt Dan Roche Kathy Enright Mike Valentino, Rico Dion, Dan Rorke. H.R. 205 First Row (L-R): Brian Grosse, De¬ borah Halasz, Sandra Hall, Traci Halloran, Carol Hamel, Lynne Hamilton, Mark Hamil¬ ton, Kim Hanrahan, James Harnden, Tom Hennessey. Second Row: Kathy Hermann, Dolores Hiller, Christine Hillner, Thomas Hol¬ land, Karen Hopping, Scott Houghton, Ellen Howard, Patricia Hutch¬ ins, James Iannazzi, Jeanne Marie Jackson. H.R. 206 First Row (L-R): Kimberly Kalinowski, Karen Keegan, Robert Kilcoyne, Ken Knightly, Joy Ellen Koscielniak, Gayle Kothman, Philip La Scola, Nancy Lamprey, Danielle Langevin, Kevin Langlois, Timothy Law- lor. Second Row: Gary Laurendeau, Martha Leavitt, Lori Lebrun, Kathleen Leonard, Laurie Lewis, Cara Logue, Phil Long, Kenneth Long, Kel¬ ley Long, Fred Finoc- chiaro. 53 H.R. 20 7 First Row (L-R): Diana Lusten- berger, Patricia Lynch, Bonnie Mac Pherson, James Malia, Paula Mammola, Maria Man- gano, Masae Ihara, Joseph Marchand, Bryan Martin, Robert Mascola, Scott Massey. Second Row: Andrew McAloon, Daniel McConaghy, Maureen McDonald, James McElhinery, Erin McGuire, Susan Mcln- nis, Scott McKallagat, Glenn McMains, Laur¬ ence Medolo. Mary Driscoll Maria Mangano H.R. 208 First Row (L-R): John Melvidas, Rebecca Melvin, George Minasian, Susan Mon- tanaro, Jane Morkeski, Joseph Mottola, Kathy Muldoon, Karen Mur¬ phy, Patrick Napoli, John Nassar, Dianne Newitt. Second Row: Tom Niedringhaus, Jill Norwood, Catherine Nugent, Lauren O ' Don¬ nell, Lori O ' Hearn, John Ozberak, Marsha Page, John Morris. H.R. 211 First Row (L-R): Patricia Paris, Donna Partridge, Ed¬ ward Peck, Michelle Pel- rine, Catherine Perkins, Susan Peterson, Julie Pierog, Randall Pike, Joseph Piotte, Thomas Powers. Second Row: Richard Querci, Richard Reese, Colleen Regan, James Reilly, Kathleen Riordan, Wendy Ritter, Daniel Roche, Chris¬ topher Rhode, Norma Rokes, Helen Ronan. ■HI Larry Medolo, John Shields Ellen Dinuccio Fred Finocchiaro .i J ■ Caroline Giuffrida Michelle Pelrine, Betsy Fioccoprile Field Day ' 79 H.R. 213 First Row (L-R): Dan Rorke, Grad Rosenbaum, Mary Rowen, Dan Rumore, Scott Saltman, Christina Scalet, Julie Schapker, Mary Schelfhaudt, Bruce Schena, Jane Schwar- zenberg. Second Row: Suzanne Schwarzen- berg, Debbie Sheehan, Dianne Shepley, Connie Sherlock, Margaret Simmonds, John Skiba, Ellen Slipp, Sharon Smith, Shannon Snell. 1 9 m ' r a r L.™ 1 H.R. 214 First Row (L-R): Alfred Spina, Ann Spirdione, Christopher Starr, Nancy Sullivan, Mary Tanana, Scott Tar- die, James Taylor, Chris Terenzi, Susan Todd, Sandra Todd. Second Row: Marie Torrisi, Sara Towne, Scott Treadwell, Jerry Trickett, Michael Twomey, Michael Val¬ entino, Anthony Vis¬ conti, Bradford Wake- man, David Waldrep, Carol Walsh. 56 H.R. 216 First Row (L-R): James Watson, Margaret Weigel, Julianne Wells, Janet White, Christine Willett, David Wilson, Julie Wil¬ son, Adam Wright. Sec¬ ond Row: Toda Young, Nancy Zuchero, Rhonda Zuill, Rita Gavelis, Jim Campbell, Joe Bruquetta. Dan Rorke Chris Hillner Class of ' 81 Officers (L-R) Amy Sandstrom (Vice-President), Lenny Degnan (Presi¬ dent), Bill McCarthy (Secretary-Treasurer). Tom Bergstrom H.R. 210 First Row: Stephen Adiconis, Vance Anderson, Tim Armitage, Saleha Asar, Maria Augeri, Cathy Austin, Scott Barclay, Lisa Barker, Beth Beau¬ doin, Michael Becotte. Second Row: Tom Bergstrom, Dianne Birch, Cathy Bourne Randall Brandeberry Mary Breen, John Bren¬ nan, Michael Brennan. H.R. 221 First Row: Sandra Brightman, David Brown, Kathy Brown, Carolyn Bruce, Robert Buchanan, Adam Burnett, Meredith Burt, Laurie Bush, Gordon Bushnell, Mary Cadar- ette, Megann Callery. Second Row: Elizabeth Campbell, Lynne Canty, Peter Capobianco, James Carabello, Robin Car¬ bone, Shawn Carney, Jo-Anne Casale, Russell Chaisson, Sue Clement, Eric Clough, Donna Coco. 58 H.R. 223 First Row (L-R): Kathy Compag- none, Nadine Connelly, Paul Connelly, John Connors, Stephen Con- tarino, Shawn Conway, Linda Cookson, Susan Coon, Wayne Cormey, John Costello, Michael Crittenden. Second Row: Chris Curran, Robert Curren, Joseph Curtin, Jennifer Cush¬ ing, Nancy Cyr, Kim Davis, Tom Davis, David Deadder, Nick DeNitto, Maureen Dean, Lenny Degnan. H.R. 224 First Row (L-R): Mark Desmet, Michael Desmond, Ellen Devine, Lynne Di- Stefano, Lisa Dizazzo, Steven Dickey, Paul Di- milla, Michael Dodge, Peter Doherty, Laurie Donahue. Second Row: Mary Donahue, Andrew Donovan, Mary Jean Donovan, Sheila Dono¬ van, Ann-Marie Dris¬ coll, Beth Driscoll, Brian Driscoll, Jeanne Dube, Paul Dubois, Carolyn Dunn. Heather Henshaw, Louetta Keene Steve Elbeery 59 H.R. 225 First Row (L-R): Mark Dunn, Shel- lie Dunn, Peter Ed¬ wards, Judy Eldred, Andrea Ellard, Barbara Ellard, Sandra Elliot, Kim Emerson, Allyson Engels, Sandra Eveleth. Second Row: Laura Far¬ ley, Joanne Finneran, John Fiorino, Brian Forbes, Peter Forget, Pristine Forgetta, Cheryl Foulds, Jim Fragala, Peggy Franklin, Joe Frassica, Mike Gallaher. H.R. 226 First Row (L-R): Sean Gallagher, Kris Gavelis, Chuck Gelinas, Julie Ger- raughty, Jill Giaquinta, Nancy Giard, Cathy Gihlstorf, Ann Gilligan, Kathy Gioseffi, Patricia Glynn, Alan Goodrich. Second Row: Eileen Gorham, Cindy Gor¬ man, Debbie Gosselin, Donna Gravel, Pam Grosse, Pam Gurka, Scott Hajjar, Jim Hall, Audrey Hamori, Ed Hanson. Mike Gallagher Kim Davis Sean Ronan H.R. 227 First Row (L-R): Gayle Hasty, John Heafey, Heather Hen- shaw, Phil Herron, Mary Higgins, Cheryl Hill, Judy Holland, Bev Hol¬ lins, Donna Hunt, Brian Hutchings. Second Row: Mark Jeffery, Lori Kates, Brian Kilcoyne, Cheryl Knowlton, Brian Kocz- era, Diana Koebrick, Beth Kohl, Peter Kotce, Guy Kothman, Jim Kronenwetter, Rick Laf- reniere. H.R. 228 First Row (L-R): Paul Lamprey, David Lanen, Sara Leavitt, Jim Leighton, David Lewis, Gerri Lic- ciardi, Debby Lidstone, Pat Lonergan, Karen Longton, Pam Lundgren. Second Row: Renee Lus- tenberger, Kathy Lynch, Shari Mailloux, Tom Maccarone, Frank Man¬ ning, George Manzi, Philip Manzi, Karen Maranto. H.R. 229 First Row (L-R): Peter Marggraf, Karen Martineau, Maria Mascola, Ed McAloon, Dan McCarthy, Bill McCarthy, Anne Mc¬ Donald, John McElhiney, Kathi McKay, Carol McLoughlin. Second Row: John McMahon, Mark McManus, John McNamara, Jim McPhail, Mary Melvin, Robyn Milne, Donald Milton, Marta Modigliani, Bill Moody, Lauren Mooers. John McNamara Wayne Cormey Mary Fran Logue Renee Schelfhaudt Mary Melvin H.R. 230 First Row (L-R): Mike Morrow, John Mottola, Maureen Muldoon, Maria Mur¬ phy, Tim Murphy, Chris Nahil, Meredith Nara- more, Kevin O ' Connor, Ken Pearson, David Pet- row. Second Row: Marek Przetakiewicz, David Quintal, Kathy Redman, Jean Marie Reel, Kevin Rembis, John Riccardi, Matthew Richardson, Dan Rior- dan. 63 H.R. 240 First Row (L-R): Kevin Rodden, Richard Romano, Linda Ronan, Sean Ronan, Paul Rullo, Sharon Scan¬ lon, Renee Schelfhaudt, Susan Schwab, Robyn Serreti, Lisa Shaheen. Second Row: Lynne Shellnutt, Tracy Shields, Christine Short, Roberta Shuman, Brian Sifferlen, Ann Marie Silva, Mike Slauter, Kathy Slipp. H.R. 241 First Row (L-R): Laurie Smith, Chris Spanks, Mary Stack, David Steer, Penny Stern, Kristen Stonecipher, Bill Sulli¬ van, Beth Sutton, Jim Sweeney, Paula Szabat, David Tannert. Second Row: Mike Tartaglioni, Kenny Taylor, Debra Tebbetts, Ellen Till, Jeff Todd, Mike Torname, Maria Torrisi, Alyson Twomey, Richard Vail- lancourt. Bob Valentino, Tom Viviano, Louetta Keene. Julie Gerraughty Cheryl Foulds, Gerri Licciardi H.R. 246 First Row (L-R): Bob Walmsley, Carolyn Walsh, Kathy Welch, Mike Wells, David Whittaker, Bev Willett. Second Row: Sue Wilson, Heidi Witzgall, Bob Wood¬ cock, Brenda Young, Daniel Zorn. 65 66 ? 1 HfeaZgg a S£: l Look to This Day! ’ L % W ’u , 1 _.._r’ . ' M£l±± Senior Class Officers (L-R): Mary Beth Soucy, (Vice-President): Mary Lyons, (President); Tom Sullivan, (Secretary-T reasu rer). Andrew Alvino Michael L. Annaloro Tracy Ann Alakel Karen L. Alexander Mark Atwood 68 Philip P. Beninato, Jr. Cheryl Theriault 69 Paul M. Bischoff 70 Brigid Mary Bligh Wendy Bove-Boyle Richard Theodore Bowman Ronald G. Brandeberry II Tracey Gauthier Wendy E. Bresnahan 71 } Kathleen Jean Brown Ann Marie Bushnell Bridget Erin Callery Earline Elizabeth Bruce Amy Burns Richard A. Camire Peter J. Campbell 72 Michael J. Cannella sr Brenda Robinson, Kim Robinson Robin L. Champion Jane E. Chase Bruce D. Chenard 73 Cathy Hayes, Billy Gillen Cindy R. Cluney 74 Paul Thomas Colella Robert K. Cochrane Linda J. Compagnone : I Judith L. Connor Danny Hiller 75 I Cheryl Cyr, Marie Powell Michael L. Corcoran Tim Corcoran Donald Robert Crane Judith A. Costello Scott J. Davis William James DeAdder Cheryl Marie Cyr 76 Arthur James Dickey John A. DiSalvo Mike Pangione 77 Marylee Poirier mm Lee A. Doucette Robert J. Donahue Patricia Ann Dolan Lynne E. Doucette 78 Sus an J. Douglas Mariann Driscoll Tom Driscoll Corinne M. Dufresne Stephen A. Dufresne Steve Miele 79 Susan Elbeery Laurie Dunn Ruth Duncan John J. Enright Mary Patricia English Kathy Joyce Janice Farrell Richard Bruce Farren 80 Lori O ' Sullivan Stacy Elizabeth Ferguson Shannon Ferris Caroline Fiorino Wayne C. Firth Eric Fitzgerald Cindy M. Fontaine Michael T. Forbes 81 I 1 Anthony J. Forgetta Fritz Hoehn, Frank McGuire Roy W. Foster Joseph James Fox Paul J. Fragala Robert A. Fraser 82 Frank Gelinas Patricia Margaret Gerraughty Lisa Marie Gianetti • 83 J William J. Gorman Gayle A. Gosselin Jeanne Threse Gorham Aurthur Dickey Michael T. Gorman 84 Ann M. Guglielmimo Lori Jean Guillmette Donna Lisa Gulezian 85 i Scott Guthrie Melissa Hagan William J. Halloran Ann E. Haltmaier 86 Anna M. Hart Stacy Ferguson 87 i Paul Fragala Christopher M. Helfrich Catherine Ellen Hayes Joseph J. Helfrich Erica R. Hedreen David J. Higginbottom 88 Susan Hombeck Michael B. Houde Tom Sullivan 89 1 Christopher Daniel Hutchins William W. Hurley, Jr. Norman Bailey Nancy E. Johnson Deborah A. Hughes Maura Jordan Kathleen A. Joyce Sarah Anne Keller 90 Patty Connelly, Tom Plant William L. Kenney Nancy A. Kent Kathleen E. Kierstead Clare Elaine Kilcoyne Colleen R. Kilcoyne Bruce Kingsley Roberta Anne Kingsley 91 1 Sarah E. Kittle Barbara Ann Knowlton Richard Alan Kryzynski John S. Labelle Rick Camire Jessica Spring Larkin 92 Sarah Keller Jeffrey C. Leighton Nancy Jean Leslie David Jason Licciardi Debbie Ann Lindley 93 j Karen Mary Long Melissa Hagan Timothy Patrick Long Patricia Jean Lundquist Mary Ann Lyons Trisha Ann MacDonald 94 Theresa Ann Main Susan R. MacNeil Karen L. Mailloux Karin Stewart Timothy J. Marocco 95 i Ann Guglielmino Andra McCarthy Rita Danielle McConaghy Charles E. McAloon Robert McAloon 96 Marybeth Mclnnis Kerry Anne McLachlan Anthony Melillo 97 Hg Timothy J. Melvin Donna Maria Mills Janet A. Molander Stephen Francis Miele Heidi M. Middlemiss Paul V. Mukai Thomas M. Murphy 98 Cheryl Carbone, Pauline Trzcinski Keith Nitzsche Laura Anne Nugent Gene Albert Northan Stephen J. Noone Anne C. O ' Malley Lori Jean O ' Sullivan Kimberly M. Packer 99 Patricia M. Peck David B. Perkins David Eric Palefsky Michael S. Pangione , a . • • Julie Ann Paige Marie Taylor V 0 100 Whitney M. Perry Stephen Pimpis Thomas A. Plant Kathy Slade Gregory A. Phair Michael Petrycki 101 j Marie D. Powell Diane Elizabeth Poutenis Mary-Lee Poirier Michael R. Pratt Lee Kenney Joe Querci James M. Quinlan Anne-Marie Randall 102 Patrick M. Randall Ann Haltmier, Sue Elbeery, Sue Delellis Alan E. Reasor Karen Lynn Reese John F. Reusch Susan E. Roberts Cynthia Richards Brian S. Reynolds 103 i William Robertson Brenda J. Robinson Ellen M. Robinson 104 Richard A. Rokes Lee Anne Roop Donna Voris r U7 ' j Douglas Andrew Royal Mary Beth Rossi Elizabeth Ann Rossi j 105 Donna Marie Ruane Jeffrey William Rumore Kenneth Saalfrank Kim Wonson i John Joseph Sangermano Matthew V. Sapienza 106 Paul Mukai Laura M. Schmitke Lisa Mary Serreti 107 i E. Clifford Seymour III Kelly Ann Shepley Frank L. Silva, Jr. John F. Shalhoup Audrey Lynn Smit h Kathleen Slade Richard R. Shore Eric W. Sideri Dave Whitehead 108 John T. Smolak Mary E. Soucy R. Michael Steer Tracey Elizabeth Stack Daniel J. Stevens Barbara Jean Stone Karin Stewart Rick Kryzynski 109 t Kendra L. Strobel Thomas Michael Sullivan Judith A. Sweeney Dorothy A. Taylor Joanne Grover Marie K. Taylor 110 Ill Grace-Marie Testa Cheryl Leigh Theriault A Maura Collins Turner Robert B. Uttley Steve Dufrense Maria Elena Viveiros Joseph Verville 112 113 ’V Donna L. Voris Michelle Rae Walker Marianne Walsh Michael K. Voisine David Walsh H J Mike Corcoran Robert S. Weinstein Mary Jo Wentworth l I Philip John Watson m Susan Ann Walsh David M. Weigel 114 Kimberly Ann Wonson Anthony Forgetta 115 1 IN MEMORIAM KAREN D. MAHAN (1962 — 1977 ) I ' d like the memory of me to be a happy one. I ' d like to leave an afterglow of smiles when life is done. I ' d like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways. Of happy times and laughing times and bright and sunny days. I ' d like the tears of those whcr grieve, to dry before the sun Of happy memories that I leave When life is done. Carol Mirkel 116 SENIOR DIRECTORY TRACY ANN ALAKEL, “Space”, 34 Sutton Place, Hero 4; Yearbook 4; Junior Achievement 2,3,4; A.F.S. 1; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Messi¬ na ' s. KAREN L. ALEXANDER, “Alex”, 196 Cotuit St., DeMoulas. ANDREW ALVINO, 70 Pembrook Rd., Messina ' s. MICHAEL L. ANNALORO, “Mike”, 15 Holbrook Rd., Messina ' s. MARK ATWOOD, “Donka”, Milk St., Baseball Club 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Steven ' s Hall. JENS BAHRAWY, 281 Main St. NORMAN W. BAILEY, 101 Johnson St., Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN J. BEATTIE, " Beats " , 655 WaverlyRd., Cross Country 1,2,3,4, (Tri-Captain); Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4, (Tri-Captain); Lampros Bros. JOHN S. BEIRNE, 216 Waverly Rd., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Hudon ' s Restaurant. PHILIP P. BENINATO, JR., " Bena " , 61 Lyman Rd., Student Council 4; Soccer 3,4; Weightlifting 2,3,4. JUSTIN DAVID BENINCASA, 463 Winter St., Homeroom Rep. 3; Ac¬ tivities Club 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4, (Co-Captain); Smolak ' s Farm. PETER E. BERNARDIN, " Nards " , 459 Salem St., Tennis 1,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Messina ' s. KEVIN A. BERUBE, " Ruby " , 30 Wiley Ct., Soccer 3,4; Seal-Master Inc. LEEANN BEVIN, 69 Prospect St., Prescott Nursing Home. PAUL M. BISCHOFF, " Bish " , 1411 Salem St., Concert Band 1,2; Stage Band 1,2; Activities Committee 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 2; North Star Restaurant. SHARON M. BISSON, 232 Mass. Ave. BRIGID MARY BLIGH, " Bridg”, 54 Femview Ave., Sears-Roebuck. WENDY BOVE-BOYLE, 18 Dartmouth St., Pep Club 1,2; Student Coun¬ cil 1,2. RICHARD THEODORE BOWMAN, " Bo " , 44 Lisa Lane, Student Coun¬ cil 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2; Track 2,3; Tennis 4. RONALD G. BRANDEBERRY II, " Ron " , 47 Penni Lane, Band 1; A.F.S. 2; Squire 3,4; Photography Club 3. WENDY E. BRESNAHAN, " Bres " , 64 Sylvan Terrace, CYO 1,2; Prom Committee 4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Sears-Roebuck. KATHLEEN JEAN BROWN, " Brownie " , 29 Edmands Rd., Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Homeroom Rep. 2,3; Activities Com¬ mittee 4; CYO 1; Prom Committee 4; Cheerleader 4. EARLINE ELIZABETH BRUCE, " Brucey " , 12 Gilbert St., Russian Honor Society 2; German Club 3 (Secretary); Hero 4; A.F.S. 4; Spanish Honor Society 4; Yearbook 4; MYF 1,2,3,4; Senior Activities Club 4. AMY BURNS, 120 Edgelawn Ave., Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Field Hockey 2,3,4 (Co-captain); Basketball 2; Ski Team 3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Pewter Pot Restaurant. ANN MARIE BUSHNELL, " Bush " , 41 Carty Circle, CYO 1,2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4. SUSAN J. BUTURLIA, " Bert " , 346 Salem St., Cross Country 1,2; Basket¬ ball 2,3; Track 1,2. BRIDGET ERIN CALLERY, " Dude " , 420 Winthrop Ave., Field Hockey 1; Gymnastics 1; Steven ' s Nursing Home. RICHARD A. CAMIRE, 118 Marblehead St., Baseball Club 3,4; Wres¬ tling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Mr. Donut. PETER J. CAMPBELL, " Pete " , 88 Pleasant St., Wrestling 1; Merrimac College. MICHAEL J. CANNELLA, 101 Herrick Rd. CHERYL ANN CARBONE, " Che " , 3 Clarendon St., Hero 4; Gymnastics 3,4; Birch Super Drug. JEFFREY S. CARR, " Jeff " , 878 Dale St. JOSEPH W. CASSIDY, " Butch " , 13 Perry St., Football 1,2,3; Messina ' s. ROBIN L. CHAMPION, " Rob " , 125 Old Village Lane, Field Hockey 2. JANE E. CHASE, " ro-baby " , 165 Boston St., Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Bas¬ ketball 1,2; Softball 1. BRUCE D. CHENARD, 13 Elmwood St., Football 1,2,3,4; Haffner ' s Ser¬ vice Station. YURI CHOI, 108 Kingston St., A.F.S. 4; Cheerleading 2,4. PAUL MICHAEL CHORY, " Baker " , 466 Mass. Ave., Student Activities 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Lampros Brothers. DAVID CINQUEGRANA, " Bongo " , 110 Marblehead St., Cross Country 2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Malden Mills. TODD CLOSSON, 40 Milk St., Tennis 1,2,3; Soccer 1. CINDY R. CLUNEY, 52 Prospect St., Prescott Nursing Home. ROBERT K. COCHRANE, " Bob " , 139 Beverly St., Basketball 1; Baseball 2; J.W. Daly, Inc. PAUL THOMAS COLELLA, 1435 Salem St., Football 1,3; Wrestling 1,3,4; Track 2. LINDA J. COMPAGNONE, " Lin " , 12 Mifflin Dr., Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Hero 4; Track 1. PETER A. CONDON, 89 Marian Dr., Football 1; Ski Team 2,3,4. PATRICIA TORRIAN BRIDGET CONNELLY, " Tricia " , 127 Turnpike St., Student Council 1,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Outing Club 4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Homeroom R ep. 3,4; Cheerleading 4; Basketball 1 (Manager); MaCartney ' s. JUDITH L. CONNOR, " Judi " , 61 Woodcrest Dr., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3; Outing Club 4; Hero 4; A.F.S. 4; Homeroom Rep. 2,4; Track 1; Med-X. MICHAEL L. CORCORAN, " Mike " , 5 Francis St. TIM JERIMIAH CORCORAN, " Gumbie II " , 4 Walker Rd., Drama Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2; Track 1; Football 1,2,3,4 (Captain). JUDITH A. COSTELLO, " Mac " , 970 Johnson St., Yearbook 3,4; Band 1; Junior Achievement 3; Boston Ski Hill. DONALD ROBERT CRANE, " Craney " , 56 Elm St., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Treadwell ' s. CHERYL MARIE CYR, " Twiggy " , 105 Moody St., Spanish Honor Soci¬ ety 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. SCOTT J. DAVIS, " J.C. " , 1423 Salem St. WILLIAM JAMES DEADDER, " Dead er " , 125 Boston St., Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Boston Ski Hill. SUSAN M. DELELLIS, 4 Heath Rd., Class Vice-President 1,2,3; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4 (President); Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Softball 1,2; Basketball 2; Ski Team 3; Malden Cooperative Bank. RICHARD J. DELISLE, " Rick " , 1084 Johnson St. PAUL F. DESROCHES, 380 Forest St., Baseball 1,4; Football 2; Riley ' s Roastbeef. 117 JUDE DEVLIN, 1469 Salem St., Debate Club 4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3; Hockey 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2,3. JOHN MICHAEL DINUCCIO, 143 Sandra Lane, Football 4. JOHN A. DISALVO, “Mad Pup " , 91 Beverly St., Football 1,2,3; Wres¬ tling 1; Track 2; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; Pridecraft Woodworking. ARTHUR JAMES DICKEY, " A.D. " , 26 Turtle Lane, National Honor So¬ ciety 4; French Honor Society 1,2,3,4. JOHN MICHAEL DIGAETANO, “Digger " , 170 Great Pond Rd., Bay State Gas. CAROL M. DOERR, 290 Rea St., Student Council 1,2,3; Yearbook 1,3,4; Junior Achievement 3; Hero 4; A.F.S. 1; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Osco Drug. PATRICIA ANN DOLAN, " Trish " , 5 Appleton St., Yearbook 2; DeMoulas. ROBERT J. DONAHUE, " Bob " , 440 Marbleridge Rd. LEE A. DOUCETTE, 21 Waverly Rd. LYNNE E. DOUCETTE, 21 Waverly Rd. SUSAN J. DOUGLAS, “Sue " , 411 Main St., Student Council 3; Color Guard 3; Hero 4; C.V.S. MARIANN DRISCOLL, 51 Lincoln St., Color Guard 1,2,3 (Captain); Hero 4; Student Council 3; C.V.S. TOM DRISCOLL, " Drisk " , 51 Lincoln St., Football 2,3; Craig Systems. COR1NNE M. DUFRESNE, 87 Maple Ave., Lanam Club. STEPHEN A. DUFRESNE, “Duffa " , 87 Maple Ave., Track 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4 (Captain). SUSAN ELBEERY, " Sue " , 57 Glenwood St., National Honor Society 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; (Co-captain); Softball 1; Track 2; Mal¬ den Mills. MARY PATRICIA ENGLISH, " Cripps " JOHN J. ENRIGHT, " Jake " , 1503 Osgood St., Golf 1; Track 1; Barker ' s Farm. RICHARD BRUCE FARREN, " Dicky " , 414 Summer St., S.A.C. 1; Friendly ' s. STACY ELIZABETH FERGUSON, " Spacey " , 25 Hollow Tree Lane, A.F.S. 3,4; Yearbook 2; Squire 3; The Citizen. SHANNON FERRIS, 66 Turnpike St. CAROLINE FIORINO, " Carrie " , 288 Pleasant St., Student Council 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President); Student Advisory Committee 4; Student Advi¬ sory Council 4; Homeroom Rep. 2,3; Senior Activities Committee 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4 (President); Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Yearbook 4; Outing Club 4; Track 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Basketball 1 (Co-Captain), 2 (Tri)Captain), 3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Prescott Nursing Home. WAYNE C. FIRTH, 32 Cabor Rd., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 2. ERIC FITZGERALD, " Eric " TIMOTHY FRANCIS FOLEY III, 164 Kingston St., Steven ' s Hall. CINDY M. FONTAINE, 58 May St., National Honor Society 3,4; Page 4 (Editor:) French Honor Society 2,3; German Club 3; Squire 3,4; Drama Club 3,4. MICHAEL T. FORBES, " Mike " , 29 Barco Lane, National Honor Society 3,4; Squire 4; Track 3,4. ANTHONY J. FORGETTA, " Tony " , 3 Trinity Court, Math Team 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3,4. ROY W. FOSTER, 25 Turtle Lane, Football 2,3; Track 4; Messina ' s. JOSEPH JAMES FOX, 137 Sutton Hill Rd., Lawrence Packaging Corp. 118 PAUL FRAGALA, “Frag”, 1 Dana Street, National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Honor Society 2,3,4; Math Team 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Pewter Pot. ROBERT A. FRASER, “Robbie”, 88 Herrick Rd., Audio Visual 1,2 (Pres¬ ident) 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Rolling Green Service Center. MITZI GAUTHIER, 1537Tumpike St., Business Club 4; Hero 4; Track 1. TRACEY A. GAUTHIER, 330 Sutton St., A.F.S. 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Debate 3; Yearbook 2,4; Math Team 2; Pep Club 1,4; Junior Achievement 2,3 (Secretary), 4 (treasurer); Senior Activity Committee 4; French Club 1; Track 2,3,4; Steven ' s Memorial Library. FRANK GELINAS, 173 Raleigh Tavern Lane. PATRICIA MARGARET GERRAUGHTY, “Patty " , 31 Carty Circle., A.F.S. 3,4 (Secretary); Yearbook 4, (Advertising Editor); CYO 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Pewter Pot. LISA MARIE GIANETTI, “Lid " , 238 Middlesex St., Business Club 4; Gould Modicon. KENNETH J. GIAQUINTA, “Ken, " 14 Colgate Dr., Havener ' s Service Station WILLIAM M. GILLEN, “Gill " , 399 Summer St., Soccer 1,2,3,4, (Tri- Captain); Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Riley ' s Roast Beef. GLENN A. GIOSEFFI, 19 Bradford St., yearbook 4; Soccer 1,2,3; Golf 1,2,3,4; Skiing 4; Messina ' s. JEANNE THRESE GORHAM, “Jeannie " , 20 Carty Circle, Student Council 2,3; CYO 1,2,3,4; Junior Achievement 3; Yearbook 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Gorham Hardware. MICHAEL T. GORMAN, " Mike " , 814 Dale St. WILLIAM JAY GORMAN, 43 Magnolia Dr., Thomson ' s Restaurant. GAYLE A. GOSSELIN, “Gossa " , 43 Phillips Court., Pep Club 1,2,3; CYO 1,2; Yearbook 4; Student Council 4; Prom Committee 4; Track 1. ROBERT W. GOSSELIN, 56 Patriot St., Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Steven ' s Nursing Home. STEVEN A. GRAHAM, “Steve " , 5 Magnolia Dr. DENISE E. GRAVEL,34 Prescott St., Business Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1; Med-X. JOANNE F. GROVER, “Gobber " , 35 Marian Dr., Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4; Osco Drug. ANN M. GUGLIELMINO, 250 Chestnut St., Spanish Honor Society 2,3; T.J. Maxx. LORI JEAN GUILLMETTE, 4 Walker Rd., Marshall ' s. DONNA LISA GULEZIAN, " Gulez " , 30 Brentwood Circle, Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Hero 4; Track 1; Nashua Funworld. SCOTT GUTHRIE, “Scott " , 212 Middlesex St. MELISSA HAGAN, 46 Foster St. JOHN HALL, 74 Stonecleave Rd. WILLIAM J. HALLORAN, “Bill " , 67 Colgate Dr. ANN E. HALTMAIER, 13 Chestnut St., Student Council 1,2,3,4, (Trea¬ surer); Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 2,3,4, (Vice-President); Homeroom Rep. 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2 (Tri-Captain), 3,4; Softball 1,2, (Co-Captain); Advance Reproductions. CHRISTOPHER A. HAMEL, “Chris " , 21 Perry St., Concert Band 1,2,3,4, (Vice-President 3,4); Marching Band 1,2,3,4, (Vice-President); Concert Band 1,2,3,4, (Vice-President 3,4) Stage Band 3,4, (Vice- President 3,4); Hamel School of Music. KAREN LYNN HAMILTON, 99 Russet Lane, A.F.S. 3,4; Student Coun¬ cil 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Student Activities 4; Track 2,3,4, (Co-Captain); Soccer 4, (Manager); Brooks School. EVA E. HAMORI, 49 Salem St., A.F.S. 1,2,3,4, (President); Band 1; Year¬ book 2,4; German Club 3, (President); Prom Committee 4; Kaps. LAURIE JEAN HANSEN, " Lau " , 110 Millpond Rd., Drama Club 4; Out¬ ing Club 4; Science Club 3; Basketball 3; YMCA. ANNA M. HART, 42 Penni Lane., Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1; Student Council 3; Cheerleading 2; Tennis 3; Friendly ' s. JOHN J. HARTY, " Jackie " , 37 Columbia Rd. LINDA M. HARVEY, 134 Milk St., Business Club 4; Softball 2. ELENA C. HASAPIS, 26 Annis St. CATHERINE ELLEN HAYES, “Haysie " , 59 Court St., Student Council 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Student Activities 4; Prom Committee 4; Messina ' s. ERICA R. HEDREEN, 32 Harwood St., Drama Club 3,4; German Club 3; Chorus 4; Squire 4; National Honor Society 3,4. CHRISTOPHER M. HELFRICH, “Helf " , 260 Bradford St., Audio Visual 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4, (Tri-Captain); Riley ' s Roastbeef. JOSEPH J. HELFRICH, “Joe " , 120 Stevens St., Football 1,2,3,4; Wres¬ tling 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Helfrich Bros. Boiler Works. DAVID J. HIGGINBOTTOM, “Higgy " , 56 Meadowview Rd., Soccer 2,3; Butcher Boy Meat Market. DANNY HILLER, " Danno " , 7 Carlton Lane, Spanish Honor Society 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4, (Secretary-Treasurer); Yearbook 4; Football 1; Cross Coun try 2; Tennis 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, (Captain). MARAGARET A. HILLNER, 96 Famum St. LORI J. HILTON, 121 Colgate Dr. FREDERICK A. HOEHN, “Fritz " , 8 Edmands Rd. LAURA R. HOMER, " Larry " , 261 Middlesex St., Business Club 4, (Vice-President); F.T.A. 4. MICHAEL B. HOUDE, “Houdie " , 76 Innis St., July ' s. DEBORAH A. HUGHES, “Debbie " , 31 Francis St., Yearbook 2; Squire 3,4; Page 3,4; Track 1,4; Gymnastics 1,2,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Master Craft Cleaners. WILLIAM W. HURLEY, Jr., “Wild Bill " , 211 So. Bradford St., Lawrence General Hospital. CHRISTOPHER DANIEL HUTCHINS, “Hutch " , 95 Lyman Rd., Na¬ tional Honor Society 2,3,4; Math Team 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Soccer 2; Track 1,2,3,4; Messina ' s. NANCY E. JOHNSON, 10 Clarendon St. MAURA JORDAN, 1044 Salem St. KATHLEEN A. JOYCE, “K.J. " , 32 Sandra Lane, Activities Committee 4; Homeroom Rep. 2,3; Latin Honor Society 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Out¬ ing Club 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4; McDonald ' s. BEN KASH, 27 Coachman ' s Lane. SARAH ANNE KELLER, “Sare " , 145 Famum St., Hero 4; Band 1,2,3; A.F.S. 3,4; BTBW 1,2, (President); Le Progre ' s 3; Soccer 2; Volleyball 3; MK Ballet 3; Pizza Hut. WILLIAM L. KENNEY, “Lee " 31 Kingston St. NANCY A. KENT, 151 Hillside Rd. KATHLEEN E. KIERSTEAD, “Kathy " , 3 Columbia Rd., Drama Club 1,2,4; Photography Club 4; Color Guard 1; C.M. McDonald. CLARE ELAINE KILCOYNE, 431 Johnson St., A.F.S. 1,2,3,4, (Vice- President); Chorus 2; Stage Band 2,3,4; Student Council 2; Marching Band 1,2,3, (Assistant Dram Major), 4, (Drum Major); Concert Band 1,2,3, (Secretary-Treasurer), 4, (President); Squire 2,3, (Jr. Editor) 4; Track 1,2,3,4. COLLEEN R. KILCOYNE, 64 Colgate Dr., Student Council 1,2,3; Junior Achievement 3; Hero 4; Band 1; Yearbook 4; Track 1; Messina ' s. BRUCE KINGSLEY, 43 Lisa Lane. ROBERTA ANNE KINGSLEY, “Robin " , 75 Mifflin Dr., Squire 4, (Busi¬ ness Editor); CYO 1,2; Contemporary Weaving. 119 SARAH E. KITTLE, “Sally " , 96 Russet Lane., French Honor Society 3,4; Community Involvement 4; Yearbook 4; Outing Club 4; Activity Com¬ mittee 4; Business Club 4; Prom Committee 4. BARBARA ANN KNOWLTON, " Ka-Nowlton”, North Andover Hous¬ ing Authority. RICHARD ALAN KRYZYNSKI, “Casper " , 97 Second St., Activities Committee 4; Squire 4; Chess Club 4; Soccer 1; Cross Country 2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Baseball 1,2; Track 4; Friendly ' s. JOHN S. LABELLE, " John " , 35 Sunders St. JESSICA SPRING LARKIN, “Jess " , Rt. 107, Kingston N.H., Student Council 4; A.F.S. 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Tennis 3.4. MARTIN P. LAWLOR, “Marty " , 116 Mass. Ave., Football 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 1; Haffner ' s. JEFFREY C. LEIGHTON, " Jeff " , 438 Summer St. DEBRA L. LENZ, " Debbie " , 4 Ashland St. NANCY JEAN LESLIE, “Nance " , 891 Great Pond Rd., Latin Honor So¬ ciety 1,2; A.F.S. 2,3,4; French Honor Society 1,2,3,4; German Honor Society 3; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Outing Club 4; Kaps. DAVID JASON LICCIARDI, " Gumby " , 75 Second St., Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2. DEBBIE ANN LINDLEY, “Deb " , 46 Raleigh Tavern Lane, Spanish Club 1; Spanish Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Concert Choir 220.127.116.11, (Vice-President); National Honor Society 3,4; Burger King. KAREN MARY LONG, 18 Margate Rd., Student Advisor Committee 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Prom Committee 3,4; CYO 1; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2, (Co-Captain), 2; Basketball 1,2, (Tri-Captain), 3,4; Softball 1,2, (Co-Captain); Messinas. TIMOTHY PATRICK LONG, “Olga " , 32 Furber Ave., Prescott Nursing Home. PATRICIA LUNDQUIST, " Patti " , 163 High St., Treadwell ' s Business club 4; Hero 4; Yearbook 2. MARY ANN LYONS, 74 Meadow Lane, Student Council 2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Class President 2,3,4; Ski Team 3; Messina ' s. TRISHA ANN MACDONALD, " Trish " , 67 Prospect St., DeMoulas. MARTHA CAROLINE MAC LEISH, 412 Salem St., Squire 1,2; Page 4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, (Captain); Track 1,2,4. SUSAN B. MACNEIL, " Sue " , 14 Village Green Dr., Yearbook 2,3, (Jr- Editor), 4, (Editor); A.F.S. 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; DeMoulas. KAREN L. MAILLOUX, “Karen " , 1159 Osgood St. THERESA ANN MAIN, " Terry " , 156 Water St., Yearbook 1,2. TIMOTHY J. MAROCCO, " Timmy " , 960 Johnson St. SHARI L. MARSH, 84 Union St., Steven ' s Hall Nursing Home. ROLAND JOHANES MATTHIES, 50 Glencrest Dr., A.F.S. 4; Yearbook 4; French Honor Society 4; Outing Club 4; Soccer 4; Ski Team 4. ROBERT MAURER, " Bob " , 88 Johnson St., Chess Club 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Ski Team 1,2,3,4. CHARLES E. MC ALOON, " Chuck " , 206 Pleasant St., Wrestling 3,4; Steven ' s Hall Nursing Home. ROBERT MC ALOON, " Bob " , 206 Pleasant St., K-Mart. ANDRA MCCARTHY, " Andi " , 24 Russet Lane., Yearbook 3; (Jr. Edi¬ tor), 4, (Senior Editor); Merrimack Valley Motor Inn. RITA DANIELLE MCCONAGHY, 59 Appleton St., Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Outing Club 4; Yearbook 4; Business Club 4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2; T.J. Maxx. CHERY A. MCDONALD, 274 Chestnut St., Field Hockey 1,2,3,4, (Co- Captain); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4, (Co-Captain); Birch Super Drug. JOAN E. MCDONALD, 106 Appleton St., Student Council 3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; CYO 4; Track 1,2; Intramurals 1; Prescott House Nursing Home. FRANCIS JOSEPH MCGUIRE, " Mac " , 13 Stonington St., Football 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . PAUL J. MCGUIRE, " Mugsy " , 395 Argeant St., Football 1,2,3,4; Haff¬ ner ' s. 120 JULIE ANN PAIGE, 1475 Turnpike St., New England Stores. MARYBETH MCINNIS, " M.B. " , 37 Kieran Rd., A.F.S. 4; Student Coun¬ cil 2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Student Activities 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Prep Club 2; Junior Achievement 2; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4, (Secretary); CYO 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; MaCartney ' s. KERRY ANNE MCLACHLAN, " Kerry Girl " , 60 Edgelawn Ave., Gym¬ nastics 2,4. ANTHONY MELILLO, " Tomy " , 38 Marblehead St. TIMOTHY J. MELVIN, " Tim " , 271 Stevens St. HEIDI M. MIDDLEMISS, 20 Lincoln St., Yearbook 4; Tennis 1,4; Track 2,3. STEPHEN FRANCIS MIELE, " Mels " , 252 Winter St., Outing Club 4; Track 1,2; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3; Friendly ' s. DONNA MARIE MILLS, " Lefty " , 12 Andrew Circle; Drama Club 1,2; Prom Committee 4; T.J. Maxx. CHARLOTTE LYNN MONROE, " Chari " , 10 Beacon Hill Blvd., Steven ' s Hall. PAUL V. MUKAI, 55 Millpond Rd., Soccer 1,2,3,4; National Honor Soci¬ ety 3,4. JANET A. MOLANDER, 8 Woodcrest Dr., National Honor Society 3,4; Concert Choir 1,2,3, (Secretary-Treasurer), 4, (President); Squire 2,3, (Jr. Editor), 4, (Editor-in-Chief); French Honor Society 1,2,3, (Vice- President), 4; A.F.S. 1,2; Color Guard 2; Marching Band 3,4; Math Team 2; Drama Club 1; Track 1,2. THOMAS M. MURPHY, " Murf " , 506 Boston St., Drama Club 2,3,4; T.J. Maxx. J. ERIC MOLIN, " Beans " , 187 Turnpike St., B.V. Conference Center Roxx. STEPHEN J. NOONE, " Noonie " , 65 Waverly Rd., Spanish Honor Soci¬ ety 2,3; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2; Baseball 1,2; Messina ' s. GENE ALBERT NORTHAM, 196 Waverly Rd., Wrestling 1; Soccer 1,2,3,4; North Andover Pet Shop. LAURA ANNE NUGENT, " Nuge " , 75 Meadow Lane; A.F.S. 1,2; Stu¬ dent Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Squire 3,4; Latin Honor Society 2,3,4; Spanish Flonor Society 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Junior Achievement 2,3, (President); Prep Club 3; Prom Committee 4; Track 1,2; Field Hockey 2; Messina ' s. ANNE C. O ' MALLEY, 72 Femview Ave. LORI JEAN O ' SULLIVAN, 270 Winter St., Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4. KIMBERLY M. PACKER, " Kim " , 40 Campbell Rd., Spanish Honor Soci¬ ety 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Ski Team 2,3; Birch Drug Store. DAVID ERIC PALEFSKY, " Lefty " , 12 Trinity Ct., Audio Visual 2,3,4, (Vice-President); Basketball 2; Track 2,3,4. MICHAEL S. PANGIONE, " Mike " , 245 Brentwood Circle, Wrestling 3,4. PATRICIA M. PECK, " Patti " , 78 Lacy St., Tennis 2,3,4; Field Hockey 4; Cedardale. DAVID B. PERKINS, " Perks " , 263 Forest St., Windursh Farm. WHITNEY M. PERRY, 40 Milk St. MICHAEL PETRYCKI, " Mike " , 114 Glencrest Dr. GREGORY A. PHAIR, " Doc " , 117 Pleasant St., Lawrence General Hos¬ pital. STEPHEN PIMPIS, " Pabs " , 51 Davis St., E.C.L.C. THOMAS A. PLANT, " Tom " , 50 Glencrest Dr., Outing Club 4, (Presi¬ dent); Squire 4; A.F.S. 4; Yearbook 4; Football 1,2,3; Ski Team 1; Weightlifting 1,2; Andover Gift Shop. MARY LEE POIRIER, " M. Lee " , 29 Bradford St., French Club 1; Student Council 2,3; Homeroom Rep. 2,3,4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; E.C. Learning Center. DIANE ELIZABETH POUTENIS, 162 Waverly Rd., Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1. MARIE D. POWELL, 121 Famum St., Student Council 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Latin Honor Society 2,3,4, (Secretary-Treasurer 3,4); Spanish Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Achievement 2, (Vice- President of Marketing), 3, (Vice-President of Production), 4; American Field Service 3,4; CYO 1; Track 1; Field Hockey 2; Pewter Pot, Eagle- Tribune Carrier. MICHAEL R. PRATT, " Pele " , 66 Femview Ave., Basketball 2; Track 1,2,3, (Tri-Captain), 4; McDonald ' s. JAMES M. QUINLAN, " Jim " , 34 Trinty Ct. 121 JAMES E. QUINN, " Jimmy " , 440 Winter St. JOE QUERCI, 15 Mark Rd., Hockey 2,3,4; Bamside Restaurant. ANNE-MARIE RANDALL, " Randy " , 54 Sylvan Terrace., Drama Club 1,2; Softball 1,2; Soccer 1,2; Pewter Pot. PATRICK M. RANDALL, " Pat " , 54 Sylvan Terrace. Wrestling 2; Soccer 1,2; Pizza Hut. ALAN E. REASOR, " Rabbit " , 41 Village Green Dr., Football 3,4. KAREN LYNN REESE, 59 Salem St., National Honor Society 3,4; Span¬ ish Honor Society 2,3,4; Band 1,2; Tennis 1,2; Basketball 2. JOHN F. REUSCH, " Reuschy " , 95 Union St., Baseball Club 3,4; Football 1,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; DeMoulas. BRIAN S. REYNOLDS, " Shorty " , 48 Mitlon St., Audio Visual 1,2,3,4; Football 1,4; Wrestling 1,3,4. CYNTHIA RICHARDS, " Cindy " , 2009 Salem St. SUSAN E. ROBERTS, " Sue " , 471 Johnson St., Hero 4. WILLIAM ROBERTSON, " Bill " , 1679 Osgood St. BRENDA J. ROBINSON, 279 Sutton St. ELLEN M. ROBINSON, " El " , 405 Winter St. KIMBERLY ROBINSON, " Kim " , 279 Sutton St. RICHARD J. ROCHE, " Rick " , 667 Salem St., Math Team 2,3,4, (Co- Captain); Hockey 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4, (Tri-Captain). RICHARD A. ROKES, " Sponge " , 40 Third St., Outing Club 4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Thompson ' s Restaurant. LEE ANNE ROOP, 229 Brentwood Circle, A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1,2,3, (Jr. Editor), 4, (Senior Editor); French Honor Society 2,3, (Secre¬ tary), (Vice-President) 4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Outing Club 4, (President). ELIZABETH ANN ROSSI, " Liz " , 160 Kingston St., Lawrence Eagle Tribune. MARY BETH ROSSI, " M.B. " , 175 Sullivan St., Junior Achievement 1,2; Radio Station 1,2; Messina ' s. DOUGLAS ANDREW ROYAL, 111 Petere St., Baseball 1; Basketball 2. DONNA MARIE RUANE, 240 Abbott St., Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,4; Activities Committee 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Hero 4; Homeroom Rep. 3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Anton ' s. JEFFREY WILLIAM RUMORE, " Hooper " , 719 Johnson St., Drama Club 2; Track 2,3; Tennis 1; Optical Thin Films. KENNITH SAALFRANK, " Kenny " , Osgood St., North Andover Auto Body. JOHN JOSEPH SANGERMANO, " Sange " , 268 Dale St., Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Messina ' s. MATTHEW V. SAPIENZA, " Matt " , 843 Johnson St., Pizza King. DIANA LEE SAVORY, " Duckie " , 52 Femview Ave., Crystal Manor. TIMOTHY JOSEPH SCANLON, " Skeets " , 41 Perley Rd., Track 1,3,4; Soccer 3; Barker ' s Farm. CARYN L. SCARBOROUGH, " Bemie " , 67 Raleigh Tavern Lane; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 4; Business Club 4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Malden Cooperative Bank. LAURA M. SCHMITKE, 173 Coachman ' s Lane, A.F.S. 1; Business Club 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Prescott House Nursing Home. LISA MARY SERRETI, 99 Meadow Lane, Zayre ' s. E. CLIFFORD SEYMOUR, III, " Clifton " , 36 Linden Ave., Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 4; E.C. Learning Center. JOHN FRANCIS SHALHOUP, " Bert " , 324 Hillside Rd., Roxx. KELLY ANN SHEPLEY, " Kell " , 357 Osgood St., Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 2,3; Steven ' s Nursing Home. RICHARD R. SHORE, " Ricky " , 122 Edgelawn Ave. ERIC W. SIDERI, " Sid " , 412 Main St., Football 1,2,3,4; Hair Designs. FRANK L. SILVA, JR., 29 Elmwood St., Wrestling 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Lampros. KATHLEEN SLADE, " Kath " , 21 Bradford St., A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Brooks School; Happy Hollow Farm. AUDREY LYNN SMITH, 1265 Salem St.,Drama Club 1,2,3; Chorus 2,3; Prep Club 2; DeMoulas. JOHN T. SMOLAK, " Smokey " , 315 South Bradford St., Business Club 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Smolak Farm. MARY E. SOUCY, " Souce " , 15 Cabot Rd., Class Secretary-Treasurer 2, Class Vice-President 4; Student Council 2,3; Prom Committee 4; Senior Activities Committee, CYO 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4, (Editor); Field Hockey (Manager) 1,2; Basketball (Manager) 2; Softball (Manager) 2,3,4. TRACEY ELIZABETH STACK, 48 Femview Ave., Yearbook 3,4; Busi¬ ness Club 4. R. MICHAEL STEER, " Mike " , 55 Heath Rd., Football 1; Messina ' s. DANIEL J. STEVENS, 24 Kingston St., DeMoulas. KARIN STEWART, 52 Prospect St., Yearbook 4; Stewart Cleaning Ser¬ vice. BARBARA JEAN STONE, " Spaz " , 23 Femview Ave., Steven ' s Nursing Home. KENDRA L. STROBEL, " Kenji " , 34 Columbia Rd., Drama Club 2,3; Pho¬ tography Club 4; Business Club 4, (President): Prom Committee 4; Com¬ puterized Financial Information. THOMAS MICHAEL SULLIVAN, " Sully " , 241 Pleasant St., Class Secretary-Treasurer 3,4; Naional Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Messina ' s. JUDITH A. SWEENEY, " Judy " , 34 Church St., Jilly ' s. DOROTHY A. TAYLOR, " Duchi " , 38 Saunders St., Drama Club 1,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Squire 3,4; Page 4; Radio Club 1,2. MARIE K. TAYLOR, 60 Russell St., Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Year¬ books , (Editor); Community Involvement 4; Prom Committee 4; Field Hockey 1, (Manager), 2,3; Basketball 3, (Manager); Softball 2, (Manag¬ er); Basketball Intramurals 2,3; DeMoulas. GRACE-MARIE TESTA, " Grace " , 75 Surrey Dr., Class President 1; Stu¬ dent Council 1,2,4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Hero 4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,4; Pep Club 1, (Vice-President), 2,4; Activities Committee 4; Student Advisory Committee 4, (Co-Chairman); Cheer¬ leading 3,4, (Captain); Kaps. 122 i CHERYL LEIGH THERIAULT, " Gidge " , 47 Sutton Hill Rd., Business Club 4. ELIZABETH MARIE TORREY, " Liz " , 110 Abbot St., Student Council 1,2; Hero 4; Prom Committee 4; Tennis 1,2; Kaps. JAMES M. TORREY, " Jay " , 110 Abbott St., Drama Club 3,4; Merrimack News Co. PAULINE A. TRZCINSKI, 1468 Salem St., Pep Club 1,2; Track 4; K-Mart. MAURA COLLINS TURNER, " Bemie " , 11 Oxford St., Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; MacDonald ' s. JUDITH WILSON TURNER, 405 Great Pond Rd., A.F.S. 2; Russian Honor Society 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 2,4; National Honor Soci¬ ety 4; Yearbook 1; Squire 4; Outing Club 4; Basketball 2, (Manager); Appledale Arabian Farm. JOSEPH VERVILLE, " Jody " , 4 Lincoln St., Audio Visual 1,2; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Haffner ' s. ROBERT B. UTTLEY, " Utts " , 805 Johnson St., Basketball 1,2,3,4, (Cap¬ tain); Football 1; Track 1,2. MICHAEL K. VOISINE, " Mike " , 8 Morton St., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Messina ' s. DONNA L. VORIS, " Poodle " , 1160 Salem St., DeMoula ' s. MARIA ELENA VIVEIROS, 67 Fernview Ave., Student Council 3,4; Ju¬ nior Achievement 3; Yearbook 4; DeMoulas. MICHELLE RAE WALKER, " Mickie " , 10 Bridle Path Rd., Ski Team 2; Cedar Crest; D.M.S. Treasures. DAVID A. WALSH, " Walshy " , 55 Pleasant St., Baseball Club 3,4; Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, (Tri-Captain); A.J. Walsh and Sons. MARLANN WALSH, 115 Coachmans Lane., Yearbook 4; Outing Club 4; Gymnastics 2, 3,4; Jara Inc. SUSAN ANN WALSH, " Sue " , 119 Sandra Lane. Yearbook 4; A.F.S. 4; DeMoula ' s. PHILIP JOHN WATSON, " Wats " , 151 Raleigh Tavern Lane., Yearbook 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3; Track 2. DAVID M. WEIGEL, " Weigs " , 126 Colgate Dr., Band 1; Chess Club 4; Football 1,2; Thompson ' s Restaurant. ROBERT S. WEINSTEIN, Village Green Dr. MARY JO WENTWORTH, 61 Waverly Rd., Band 1,2,3,4; Squire 3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Library 1,2; Radio Station 1,2; Stage Band 4; Basketball (Manager) 1,2; Baseball (Manager)l. DETLEF WESTPHALEN, 24 Marian Dr. DAVID WHITEHEAD, " Dave " , 74 Belmont St. VALERIE ELAINE WILLIAMS, " Val " , 155 Chestnut St., A.F.S. 3; Year¬ book 4, (Circulation Editor); Recreation Club 4; Junior Achievement 3; Prom Committee 4; Di Burro ' s. JANE ALICE WILSON, 369 Wood Lane, Student Council 1,2,3,4; Year¬ book 2,3,4; MYF 1,2; Junior Achievement 2,3, (Vice-President); Prep Club 2; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; A.F.S. 1,2,3; Squire 3; Lawrence General Hospital 1; Track 1,2; DeMoulas. MARK R. WOLFENDEN, " Wolfy " , 29 Hamilton Rd., Homeroom Rep. 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; Messina ' s. KIMBERLY ANN WONSON, " Wonnie " , 72 Patriot St., Student Council 4; Business Club 4; Pep Club 4; Band 2; IMC Aide 1; CYO 1,2,3; Prep Club 4; Radio Station 1,2; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1; Softball 4; Golf 1,2,3; Fencing 4; Swimming 1,2; Tennis 1,2,3,4. 123 1 p Meeting Deadlines Cooperation is a word which best describes the yearbook staff. Its members, which includes 60-80 students, help not only to compile materials but to solicit advertisements, sell yearbooks, write copy and work on the final layouts. The staff meets two or three afternoons a week throughout the school year, working to meet their publication deadlines. The group ' s major objective is to produce a year¬ book that reflects life at NAHS during the 1979-80 school year. Maria Torrisi Mary Beth Soucy Kris Gavelis, Audrey Hamori, Cindy Gorman Editors First Row (L-R): Valerie Williams, Sue MacNeil, Andra McCarthy, Kris Gavelis, Patty Gerraughty. Second Row: Mary Beth Soucy, Sue Walsh, Marie Taylor, Nancy Giard. 126 Andra McCarthy Lee Anne Roop Nancy Giard Marie Taylor First Row (L-R): Anne-Margaret Torrisi, Michelle Smith, Cathy Gihlstorf, Ellen Devine, Beth Dris¬ coll, Jeanne Arold, Earline Bruce. Second Row: Patty Gerraughty, Ellen Robinson, Karen Gundal, Maria Torrisi, Cathy Hayes, Judy Connor, Pat¬ ricia Connelly. Third Row: Amy Burns, Tracy Alakel, Allyson Engels, Audrey Hamori, Eileen Gorham, Cindy Gorman, Kim Davis, Jean Be¬ langer. Fourth Row: Colleen Kilcoyne, Carol Doerr, Jessica Larkin, Karen Hamilton, Marybeth Mclnnis, Gayle Hasty, Brenda Young. Fifth Row: Judy Costello, Maria Viveios, Jens Bahrawy, Phil Watson, Susan Walsh. 127 J Squire Wins Highest Achievement Award i The Squire, North Andover High ' s stu¬ dent newspaper, once again was selected as one of the state ' s best student news publi¬ cations. The local journalists won Boston University ' s " Highest Achievement Award " in a state wide competition. This year ' s editors, Jens Bahrawy and Janet Molander, along with a dedicated staff, produced nine issues throughout the school year. The Squire serves as a forum for student ideas and means for keeping students well informed on school and community happenings. Jens Bahrawy — Editor-in-Chief Editors with Mrs. Allen and Mr. Autieri. First Row (L-R): Carolyn Walsh, Allison Twomey, Jean Belanger, Janet Molander, Jens Bahrawy, Linda Com- pagnone, Mike Petrycki, Mike Gorman. Second Row: Mary Jean Donovan, Beth Kohl, Kristina Gavelis, Lynne Hamilton, Joy Koscielinak, Kathy Welch, Mike Fay, Joe Mottola. Third Row: David Lewis, Mike Forbes, Mike Slauter, Tom Plant, Rita Gavelis, Scott Treadwell, Roberta Kingsley. Fourth Row: Steve Elbeery, Ben Kash, Mark Jeffrey, Judy De¬ vlin, Mary Jo Wentworth, Cindy Fontaine. 128 Student Creativity The Page is an annual literary and art magazine pub¬ lished by the students of NAHS. Under the direction of Mr. DeSimone and Student Editor Cindy Fontaine, all students are encouraged to submit their work for publi¬ cation. The Page staff members then compile a variety of short stories, poetry and non-fiction work that will appear in the 1980 edition. Cindy Fontaine (Editor) Faculty Chorus The Faculty Chorus, under the direction of Miss Graham, performed for the student body at the annual Christmas assembly. The group is open to any interested faculty member. 129 Student Affairs Every Wednesday throughout the school year the Student Council meets to plan school activities and discuss topics of interest. The council is open to any interested student, and seeks to get its members to take an active part in NAHS student affairs. Among the many activities the group worked on this year were planning the school activities schedule, rais¬ ing money for worthy causes and sponsoring school dances. Mr. Spadafore was advisor to the Student Council, while Tracey Shields served as this year ' s president. •ots Your Class CARE? hen show it i " I Care " collection for Cambodian Relief Student Council Meeting First Row (L-R): John Sangermano, Tom Sul¬ livan, Cathy Hayes, Tim Melvin, Ann Haltmaier, Jean Belanger, Lori Conti, Karen Barbera. Second Row: Mary Beth Soucy, Carrie Fiorino, Ellen DiNuccio, Kris Gavelis, Gayle Hasty, Beth Driscoll, Kathy Redman, Karen Gundal, Leo Brown. Third Row: George Soucy, Sue Blackwell, Patty Manos, Kelly Comerford, Ann-Margaret Torrisi, Lisa Novelline, Michelle Smith, Maria Tor¬ risi, Brenda Young. Fourth Row: Karen Fann, Nancy O ' Connell, Wendy LaHaye, Mary Ann Wolfenden. 130 Collecting for Care Student Council Christmas Tree Student Opinions The Student Advisory Committee is made up of four students selected by the student body to represent stu¬ dent concerns to the local School Committee. This year ' s members were Grace Testa, Karen Long, Brian Kilcoyne and Carrie Fiorino. i Carrie Fiorino, Karen Long, Brian Kilcoyne, Grace Testa. 131 Scholarship , Character and Service The Johnson Chapter of the National Honor Society is open to students who qualify in the areas of schol¬ arship, character and service to the school and com¬ munity. Members participate in a number of ac¬ tivities throughout the academic year. This year ' s so¬ ciety held two blood mobiles, tutored students, and ushered at school affairs. Thirty-one students were members of the society this past year. Mr. DeSimone and Mrs. Watson serve as advisors to the Honor Soci¬ ety. Officers (L-R): Susan Delellis (President), Dan Hiller (Secretary), Ann Haltmaier (Vice-President). First Row (L-R): John Sanger- mano, Brian Kilcoyne, Carrie Fiorino, Susan Delellis, Ann Haltmaier, Dan Hiller, Marie Powell, Debbie Lindley, Nancy Leslie, Sue Elbeery, Karen Re¬ ese, Janet Molander. Second Row: Matt Richardson, Kristina Gavelis, Sandi Eveleth, Mary Lyons, Tom Sullivan, Chris Hutchins, Laura Nugent, Erica Hedreen, Cindy Fontaine, Judy Turner, Detlef Westphalen, Mike Forbes, Paul Fragala, Ar¬ thur Dickey. Kristina Gavelis 132 Janet Molander Honor Society Blood Mobile Ann Haltmaier National Merit Scholars First Row (L-R): Stacy Ferguson, Judith Turner, Erica Hedreen, Ben Kash, Laura Nugent, Chris Hutchins, John Sangermano. Second Row: Janet Molander, Karen Reese, Kathy Slade, Mike Forbes, Mike Gorman, Tracy Gauth¬ ier, Detlef Westphalen, Mark Wolfenden. 133 Language Honor Societies The French, Spanish and Latin Honor Societies are designed to promote a higher level of achievement in the languages, as well as a better awareness of foreign cultures. Selection to the societies is based on academic excellence and interest. Members participate in tutorial programs that aid language students who need individual assistance. Among the many ac¬ tivities that the societies participated in this year were: bake sales, field trips, and the an¬ nual international banquet. Melissa Hagan Marybeth Mclnnis Latin H.S. First Row (L-R): Cheryl Hill, Beth Driscoll, Maria Mascola (Secretary- Treasurer), Amy Sandstrom (President), Mary Jean Donovan, Laura Nugent. Second Row: Liz Fragala, Nancy Leslie, Detlef Westphalen, Mike Slauter, Paul Fragala, Marie Powell. French H.S. First Row (L-R): Matt Richardson, Brian Forbes, Mike Wells, Marta Modigliani, Brenda Robinson (President), AUyson Engels, Peggy Simmons, Kris Gavelis. Second Row: Miss Lostimolo (Advisor), Arthur Dickey, Detlef Westphalen, Janet Molander, Ellen Howard, Eddie Peck, Nancy Leslie, Marybeth Mclnnis. 134 Marybeth Mclnnis, Marie Taylor Cheryl Cyr Spanish H.S. First Row (L-R): Marie Taylor, Dan Zorn, Brian Kilcoyne (Vice- President), Marybeth Mcln¬ nis, Carrie Fiorino, Dave Brown, Earline Bruce. Second Row: Mary Jean Donovan, Pam Lundgren, Karen Barb- era, Kathy ITermann, Adam Wright, Dan Devlin, Chris Rohde, Cheryl Hill. Third Row: John Sangermano, Sue Elbeery, Ann Haltmaier, Mary Lyons, Beth Kohl, Alli¬ son Twoomey, Laura Nugent, Karen Reese, Cheryl Cyr. Melissa Hagan. Fourth Row: Dan Hiller, Jim Sweeney, Frank Manning, Marie Pow¬ ell, Sue Delellis, Heidi Witzgall, Diane Birch, Laura Farley, Mr. Giordano (Advi¬ sor). 135 A Local Heroes Make Good One of the newest clubs at NAHS is the Home Economics Related Occupations or HERO Club. This group of fourteen students meets every other Thursday with their advisors. Miss Oleksak and Mrs. Sullivan, to plan new activities and carry out the club ' s goals. HERO provides its members with the opportunity for personal growth, vocational preparation and community involvement. Maria Augeri served as president this year. Pattie Lundquist and Miss Oleksak Tracey Alakel First Row (L-R): Cheryl Carbone, Earline Bruce. Second Row: Sharon Gioia, Jennifer Cushing, Mariann Driscoll, Laura Galper, Patricia Lundquist, Lisa Torbin. Third Row: Tracey Alakel, Debbie Sheehan, Elizabeth Fragala, Sue Wilson, Betsy Gillen, Mary Goebel. Earline Bruce, Sharon Gioia, Liz Fragala and Betsey Gillen. 136 Serving the Needs of All Mike Arcidi The basic objective of the A-V Club is to de¬ velop a sense of responsibility and commitment to the AV program. It also gives members an opportunity to learn and master the principles and technical skills of audio-visual equipment operation. The club is under the supervision of A-V Coordinator Mr. John Robinson and club president David Palefsky. Tim Dunigan Dave Palefsky First Row (L-R): Briar Reynolds, Dave Pal¬ efsky, Jim Quinlan, Robbie Fraser, Mike Ar¬ cidi, Mike Currier, Jim Blanchard. Second Row: John Salemme, Andy McAloon, Jim Campbell, Tony Armitage, Vance Anderson, Ken Knight¬ ly, Bruce Schena, A1 Goebel, Chris Flelfrich, Bob Woodcock, Maria Murphy. 137 i Break a Leg The Drama Club attempts to develop an artistic awareness of theater arts in both the realms of acting and technical theater. Members present a Christmas play and a full length production in the spring, attend regular club meetings, and view live theater per¬ formances. Under the direction of Mrs. Maloney, all the members work together acting, directing, and creating productions that they hope will entertain their audience. Richard Dicarlo Lisa LaRochelle 136 First Row (L-R): Cindy Fontaine, Erica Emmerick, Jean Belanger, Rita Gavelis, Mary Jo Wentworth, Erica Hedreen. Second Row: Richard Dicarlo, Paul Lamprey, Laurie Hanson, Jay Torrey, Judith Turner, Tom Murphy, Kathy Kierstead, Jack Harty, Scott Treadwell, Lisa LaRochelle, Ms. Maloney (Advisor). Mary Jo Wentworth A 139 Through The Lens Members of the NAHS pho¬ tography club, under the supervision of Miss Matasso, meet regularly throughout the school year. The club is open to any student who is interested in learning the finer techniques of photography. Individuals take and develop their own pic¬ tures and submit them for pub¬ lication in the Squire and the yearbook. First Row (L-R): Laura Farley, Kathleen Slipp, Sara Leavitt, Cathy Gihlstorf. Second Row: Chris Hillner, Michelle Lymene, Jens Bahrawy, Lynne Hamilton, Ken Knightly, Chris Nahil, Brenda Young, Gayle Hasty, Jeanne Arold, Jean Belanger. -- | YU - Jfm « Brenda Young Chris Nahil Science Club Students interested in science join together in the Science Club. Members are encouraged to perform scientific experiments, listen to lectures and discuss a variety of science related topics. First Row (L-R): Sandy Eveleth, Kim Davis, Jean Belanger. Second Row: Rita Gavelis, Laurie Hansen, David Tannert, Tom Bergstrom, Chris Nahil, Brenda Young. 140 The Outdoor Life First Row (L-R): Mr. Jaffe (Advisor), Jean Belanger, Jim Gammie, Mike Hamori, Tom Plant, Tricia Connolly, Kathy Joyce, Mary Cadarette. Second Row: Mary Ann Chaput, Jennifer Cushing, Cathy Nugent, Gayle Hasty, Brenda Young, Robyn Milne, Michelle Lymene, Sue Wilson, Mary Schelfhaudt. Third Row: Karen Williams, Julie Otis, John Otis, John Nassar, Joe Mottola, Tom Bergstrom. Fourth Row: Laurie Hansen, Rita Gavelis, Michelle Pelrine, Maria Mangano, Karen Barbera, Paul Lamprev, Judith Turner. Fifth Row: George Scoudy, Dan Rumore, Debbie Shaheen, Vicki Gauth¬ ier, Julie Pierog, Patty Clark, Barbara Driscoll, Joy Kaplan. This was the first year for the Outing Club at North Andover High. The group was formed by a number of outdoor enthusiasts with the objective of providing members an opportunity to partici¬ pate in a wide range of activities. Club members took part in bicycle rides, skiing, mountain climbing and canoeing excursions through¬ out the school year. Tom Plant and Mike Hamori, along with Mr. Jaffe, organized this year ' s program. 1MC Aides (L-R): Mrs. Koczera, Cheryl Hill, Lori Torbin, Betsey Gillen, Mr. Guptill, Lisa Torbin, Mrs. Morin, Jay Livesy. t Tom Plant School Service Student Aides in the Instruc¬ tional Materials Center play an important part in assisting the librarian to operate the center. Members work during their study periods, and perform a wide variety of services. This year the IMC Aides have been responsible for completing a scrapbook of articles about the high school. 141 Jazz Improvisation The Stage Band is made up of seventeen tal¬ ented musicians who perform a wide variety of jazz, including improvisation and solo techniques. The group plays in a number of school sponsored concerts throughout the year. One of this year ' s members, Chris Hamel, was selected to play in the Northeast District Stage Band and to tour for one year with Up With People. Christmas Concert Stage Band Chris Hamel First Row (L-R): Chris Hamel, James Gammie, Adam Wright, Beth Kohl, Cathy Gihlstorf, Rich DiCarlo, Mary-Jo Wentworth, Clare Kilcoyne. Second Row: Louetta Keene, John Zeitlin, Tom Roberts, Cliff Seymour, Steve Todd, Brad Wakeman, Mr. Lynch, Scott Tardy, George Greici, Anthony Forgetta, Bob Maurer, Jeff Todd, Margaret Weigel. 142 From Classics to Pops Officers (L-R): Lynne Hamilton, Janet Molander and Lori Debbie Lindley Conte. Christmas Concert The North Andover High School Chorus is under the direction of Miss Graham. Members meet every day to rehearse and prepare for performances. The group participates in a number of concerts each year and per¬ forms a wide variety of musical styles. Members Jeff Todd and Judy Turner were selected to participate in this year ' s Northeast District Chorus. First Row (L-R): Tony Visconti, Erica Hedreen, Lori Conte, Joy Koscielniak, Janet Molander, Ellen Howard, Lynne Hamilton, Sue DuFresne, Lyne Watson, Lisa Moro, Lisa LaRochelle, Erica Emerick, Cheryl Hutchings, Andrea Calahan, Lynn Carlson. Second Row: Mary-Jo Wentworth, Irene Manning, Sue Robinson, Brenda Poutenis, Joy Kaplan, Judy Eldred, Judy Turner, Monica Marquez, Kristen Warwick, April Kimball, Margaret Sullivan, Karen Sheehan, Jeff Todd. 143 Top Scorers The NAHS Math Team is open to any students who wish to enter into mathematical competition with area schools. The team is one of the top-ranking members of the Mer¬ rimack Valley Mathematics League. This year ' s top scorers for the Knights were Detlef Westphalen and Francis Manning, they were also ranked as two of the top math scorers in the state. Mr. McGowan and Mrs. Watson serve as advisors to the team, and Anthony Forgetta and Detlef Westphalen were this year ' s co-captains. Tony Forgetta Paul Fragala Kathy Hermann Richard Roche, Detlef Westphalen First Row (L-R): Kris Gavelis, Brian Kil- coyne, Frank Man¬ ning, Rick Roche, De¬ tlef Westphalen, Paul Fragala, Jim Sweeney. Second Row: Matt Richardson, Vance Anderson, Kathy Hermann, Nancy Sul¬ livan, Tony Forgetta, Mike Fay, John Matola, Lisa Forgetta. 144 International Exchange The North Andover Chapter of the American Field Ser¬ vice provides its members with cultural experiences through international exchange programs. The local AFS is under the direction of Mr. Thibeault and officers Eva Hamori (President), Clare Kilcoyne (Vice-President), and Patricia Gerraughty (Secretary). This year ' s club has helped to sponsor Roland Mathies, an exchange student from Belgium. Over the past few years a number of NAHS students have also participated in over¬ seas travel experiences with AFS. Roland Mathies Laura Nugent Officers First Row (L-R): Jessica Lar¬ kin, Karen Hamilton, Mary Beth Mclnnis, Pat Connelly, Eva Hamori, Patty Ger¬ raughty, Judy Connors, Ellen Robinson, Earline Bruce, Jean Belanger. Second Row: Kris Gavelis, Debbie Lidstone, Al- lyson Engels, Audrey Hamori, Maria Torrisi, Amy Sandstrom, Tracy Shields, Lynne Hamilton, Joy Kos- cielniak. Third Row: Jill Go¬ lan, Sue Peterson, Julie Pierog, Laurie Carabello, Karen Barbera, Michelle Smith, Tom Plant, Jennifer Cushing. Fourth Row: Rita Gavelis, Liz Fragala, Judy McGuire, Margo Roy, Ann Margaret Torrisi, Gayle Hasty, Brenda Young, Sue Walsh. Fifth Row: Steve Alaimo, Grad Rosenbaum, Timmy Murphy, Tracey Gauthier, Marie Powell, John Ozberak. w The Business World The major objective of the Business Club is to give its members a better view of the business world by providing them with a variety of club ac¬ tivities. The club participates in field trips, films, and lectures that are designed to give the members a closer look at different business careers. This year ' s officers were: Kendra Strobel, (President), Laura Homer (Vice-President), Kim Wonson (Secre¬ tary), and Laurie Smith (Treasurer). Patricia Lundquist ( Miss Torpey — Advisor Kendra Strobel, President First Row (L-R): Patty Harty, Maria Torrisi, Phil Manzi, Ellen Blackstock, Donna Halaz. Second Row: Patti Lundquist, Anne O ' Malley, Kevin O Connor, John Otis, Dianne Mscisz, Lisa Gianetti, Margaret Hillner. 146 Board Knights The Chess Team competes in the eight member Merrimack Valley Chess League. Mr. Kiberd serves as advisor, while Robert Maurer is team captain. The club meets weekly to plan strategies and prac¬ tice their skills. Chess Team (L-R): David Weigel, Tom Mac- carone, James Hall, Ben Kash, Joe Fragala. h zJW :im | jpjnfo’ : V f V. Jiffti ill ■ W 1 J ft r r ' : ; ft’ £■ 1 J ,; 1 ' IV School Spirit The purpose of the Pep Club is to help generate school spirit for the various athletic events that take place throughout the school year. Members make post¬ ers, attend games, plan rallies and give a positive boost to all athletic functions. Julie Schapker, Kathy Gioseffi and Kathy Hermann led this year ' s club. Officers (L-R): Julie Schapker, Kathy Gioseffi, Kathy Hermann First Row (L-R): Cara Logue, Mary Drscoll, Sue Blackwell, Jane Caderette, Patricia Fin- neran, Juli? Schapker, Kathy Gioseffi, Kathy Hermann, Tricia Connelly, Sue Elbeery, Susan Delellis, Karen Long. Second Row: Mary Schel- fhaudt, Ellen DiNuccio, Ellen Slipp, Kathy Nugent, Gayle Hasty, Brenda Young, Beth Driscoll, Cheryl Hill, Linda Compagnone, Cathy Hayes, Ann Haltmaier. Third Row: Jean Fragala, Kelly Comer- ford, Ellen Howard, Laurie Carabello, Maria Torrisi, Anne-Margaret Torrisi, Mar¬ got Roy, Donna Ruane, Grace Testa. Fourth Row: Patti Manos, Robin Desmet, Jean Belanger, Mary Anne Chaput, Jeanne Arnold, Kath¬ leen Slipp, Ellen Devine, Tracey Shields, Kathy Re¬ dman, Mary Beth Soucy. Knight Marches The Scarlet Knight Band begins its long season before school opens in September. Members learn marching drills and rehearse music for their football shows. During the school year, the band meets six days a week to prepare for parades, concerts, ral¬ lies and football games. The major ob¬ jective of the band program is to pro¬ vide a wide range of musical experi¬ ences to participants. Officers (L-R): Chris Hamel, Clare Kilcoyne, Jeff Todd, Mr. Lynch (Director). Jeff Todd First Row: (L-R): Mariann Driscoll, Mary Goebel, De- anne Bradshaw, Jim Campbell, Jean Belanger, Diane Birch, Chris Hamel, Beth Kohl, Cathy Gihlstorf, Heather Henshaw, Louetta Keene, Diane Poutenis, Clare Kilcoyne, Judy Elred, Kristi Stonecipher, Pam Jeffery. Second Row: Rich DiCarlo, Pam Cole, Dave McLung, Brenda Poutenis, Michelle Smith, Margaret Weigel, An¬ thony Forgetta, Mr. Lynch. Third Row: Sarah Coventry, Dorreen Denitto, Jean Busineau, Jeff Todd, Mary-Jo Wentworth, Cathy Perkins, John Salemme. Fourth Row: Frank Vasello, Debbie Teb- betts, Peter Molander, Cliff Seymour, Scott Tardy, Mary Main, Dave Tannert. Fifth Row: Joe Piotte, Brad Wake- man, Tom Sybert, George Greici, Bob Maurer, Mike Healy, Kevin Rossiter. Kevin Rossiter Robert Maurer 149 Lunch Time Carrie Fiorino and Dan Finneran Homecoming Queen Mary Beth Soucy and Jens Bahrawy, Lori Guillmette and Tim Corcoran The Knight ' s Queen Anna Hart and Frank Gelinas 152 I The Queen and her Court Front Row (L-R): Mary Lyons, Carrie Fiorino, Mary Beth Soucy, Anna Hart, Lori Guilmette. (Back Row): Justin Benincasa, Dan Fin- neran, Jens Bahrawy, Frank Gelinas, Tim Corcoran. Mary Beth Soucy and Jens Bahrawy Anna Hart and Frank Gelinas 153 Field Day ' 79 iMpi JM . KSbv 1 ' m i f! ' -L ■ ' ■•» ?» - 7 m. ,1 Wr . ;•• If - ■• he|k 7w k m •kf y« r ■ j. s w, • m ■ 1 1 1 1 ' m %. , « i • I ■wv ■; m Valentine Queen Mickie Walker and Bob Quinn Kim Packer and Paul Fenian Tom Sullivan, Judy Connor, Peter Bemardin, Karen Long Valentine Queen Grace Testa and Justin Benincasa Kim Packer and Paul Fenian Judy Connor and Tom Sullivan Karen Long and Peter Bemardin The Queen and her court. V Knight Fever i 160 cn H p Cheerleaders Spilt This year the cheerleading squad was split into two teams to allow more girls the chance to participate. Each group consisted of ten girls. The soccer and basketball squad was led by co-captains Joanne Finne- ran and Kathy Lynch and coached by Mrs. Gessing. The football and hockey squad was led by co-captains Lynn Canty and Lori Bush and coached by Mrs. Lee. All year the girls practiced long hard hours to perfect their routines. The result of this dedication and hard work was a fourth place finish for the basketball and soccer squads, and a second place finish for the football and hockey squad in the annual league competi¬ tions. First Row: Joanne Finneran, Christina Gelarderes, Bev Willett, Tricia Connelly, Sue Mclnnis, Mary Tanana, Sandi Elliot. Second Row: Kathy Brown, Kathy Lynch. Third Row: Grace Testa Chris Gelarderes, Bev Willett 162 First Row: Ellen Slipp, Lynne Canty, Brenda Young. Second Row: Kathy Brown, Ellen Howard, Laurie Bush, Bonnie MacPherson. Third Row: Melissa D ' Antonio, Jean Marie Reel. Standing: Yuri Choi © Kathy Brown, Yuri Choi Defense Shines The Varsity Football Team, under the direction of Coach Rorke, had another outstanding season. The team ended the fall in second place in the well- balanced Cape Ann League, posting a record of 8 wins and only 2 losses. The Knights ' major strength throughout the season was their tenacious defense. The team ' s only losses were to Lynnfield and North Reading by identical 6-0 scores. Captain Tim Corcoran led the Knights. David Whitehead First Row (L-R): Tony Melillo, Marty Lawlor, Bruce Chenard, Joe Helfrich, Dave Whitehead, Steve Dufresne, Captain Tim Corcoran, Frank McGuire, Eric Sideri, Dave Licciardi, Fritz Hoehn, Robert Fraser, Norm Bailey, Alan Reasor, Rich Bowman. Second Row: Mike Corcoran, Jim Kronewetter, Scott Barclay, Peter Edwards, Brian Reynolds, John Reusch, Paul McGuire, John Smolak, Dave Walsh, Jim Sweeney, Sean Carney, Jim Quinlan, Frank Silva. Third Row: Mark Dunn, Jack Fiorino, Brian Koczera, Mike Wells, Ken Taylor, Mark Wolfenden, Bill McCarthy, Brian Sifferlen, Bob Walmsley, Jim Reardon, Joe Curtin. Dave Walsh 165 Second Place Finish The JV Football Team ended the year with a 9-1 record, finishing in second place. For the first time in three years, the Knights failed to win the League Championship. This year ' s squad had many outstanding performers, among them were: Quarterback — Paul Connelly, Half Back — Mike Wells, Safety — Jim Car- rabello, Defensive End — Sean Ronan, End — Mark Jeffery, Linebackers — Pete Edwards and Brian Hutchings, and Lineman — Mark Dunn, Brian Koczera and Rick Heafey. The fifty-man JV squad also had numerous out¬ standing sophomores. 166 Shawn Camey First Row (L-R): Paul Connelly, Mark Jeffery, Lenny Degnan, Brian Driscoll, Tom Davis, Gary Laurendeau, Daniel McConaghy, Dave Camire, Daniel Rorke, Kevin Langlois, Robert Woodcock, Kenny Dillman. Second Row: Jack Fiorino, Scott Barclay, Peter Edwards, Brian Koczera, Sean Ronan, Mike Wells, Jim Carrabello, John Heafey, Brian Hutchings, Paul Anderson, Rich Querci, Kenny Long, Kurt Frulla, Fred Finnocchiaro. Third Row: Gordon Connelly, Connie Sherlock, Phil Long, Mark Bucchio, Tony Gianetti, Brian Martin, James McElhiney, Bobby Cunningham, John Crowley, Timothy Lawlor, Randy Pike, E.J. Foulds, Joe Marchand, Tom Powers, Tom Gilligan. Frosh Win League Title John Chaput John Vincent Coach Marchegiani ' s Freshman Football Team had an outstanding season this past fall. The squad ' s first game ended in a tie with non-league Methuen, but from then on the Knights won all their remaining games, ending the season with a 9-0-1 record. The Cape Ann League Champi¬ ons were led offensively by Mark Brucato, Bill Marcotte, Tom Reusch and Jeff Stewart. The first string defense, which ended the season unscored upon, was led by standouts Mike Barrett, Mike Braga and Jay Martin. Mike Walsh First Row (L-R): Brian Foulds, Matt Turner, Dennis Bruce, Matt Rorke, Mike Early, Jack Walczak, Mike Barrett, Scott McLachlan, Mike Walsh. Second Row: Shawn Hutchins, Bill Shann, Robert Hillner, Eric Reardon, George Soucy, Kevin Carney, Jeff Bleszinski, Jim Bucchio, Mike Braga, Jim Foley, Mark Brucato. Row Three: John Chaput, Kenny Whitehead, Dave Blackstock, Jeff Stewart, Dave Forgetta, Matthew Donovan, Phil Nutton, Anthony Conte, John Kronenwetter, Tom Reusch, Bill Marcotte, Mike Gilligan, John Vincent, Jay Martin, Alden Milton, Asst. Coach Fulgione. 167 Mukai and Herron Selected As All-Stars Despite a strong and well balanced lineup, the Soccer Team ended the season with a 6-4-4 record. Unfortunately for the team. All League Player, Paul Mukai, was out for the season after sustaining an injury in the first game. The biggest weakness, however, was the inability of the of¬ fense to operate consistently as a cohesive unit. Phil Her¬ ron, Globe All-Star, was the most consistant scorer with Steve Noone, Chris Helfrich and Mike Voisine making important contributions. On the other end of the field, the team was aided by excellent defensive play. Bill Gillen, Justin Benincasa and Wayne Firth were among the standouts of the defensive unit. The team ' s halfbacks were the real work horses of the soccer squad. Jeff Leighton, John Sangermano, Jody Verville and Phil Watson served the team well in the halfback position. With the loss of ten starters to gradua¬ tion, next year will be a rebuilding one for the Knights. Wayne Firth First Row (L-R): Wayne Firth, Jody Verville, Mike Voisine, Steve Noone, John Sangermano, Phil Watson, Kevin Berube, Don Crane, Chuck Gelinas. Second Row: Coach Carter, Karen Hamilton (Manager), Paul Bischoff, Bob Kilcoyne, Jack Beirne, Roland Mathis, Phil Beninato, Paul Rullo, Tim Melvin, Justin Benincasa, Gene Northam, Chris Helfrich, Bill Gillen, Jeff Leighton, Paul Mukai. 168 Jody Verville Paul Bischoff, Jack Beime Steve Noone Jeff Leighton Mike Voisine John Sangermano 169 Harriers Capture League Title The Boys ' Cross Country Team, under the direction of Coach Kel¬ ley, had another outstanding season. Their record of ten wins and no losses made them Cape Ann League Champions for the third consecutive year. The North Andover harriers have now extended their winning streak to 39 consecutive meets. The return of Dave Quintal, one of the state ' s best runners, along with John Costello, Bill Sullivan and Brian Kilcoyne should ensure continued success for next year ' s team as well. Varsity: First Row (L-R): Bill Sullivan, Brian Kilcoyne, Steve Beattie, Dave Quintal, John Costello. Second Row: Jim Watson, Mark Hamilton, Frank Killilea, Mike Cur¬ rier, Paul Fragala, Coach Kelley. ! i I l John Costello John Costello, Bill Sullivan lunior Varsity: First Row (L-R): Tim Cummings, Kevin Ronan, Gordon Bushnell, Bruce Kingsley, Rick Dellechiaie, Dave Waldrip. Second Row: Chris Melvin, Gregg Herrold, Wayne Cormey, David Believeau, Jimmy Kilcoyne, Joe Reynolds. Second Place Finish Katy Beattie Junior Varsity: First Row (L-R): Mary Beth Gordon, Nancy Sullivan, Maureen Walsh. Second Row: Debbie Nazarian, Lyn Watson, Donna Kozenchack, Patty Clark. The Girls ' Cross Country team completed another outstanding season, as they posted a record of nine wins and only one loss. Coach Kelley and captains Maria Mascola and Martha McLeish led the successful harriers throughout the fall season. The team ' s loss to undefeated Masconomet, in the last meet of the year, led to their second place finish in the Cape Ann League. Among the outstanding runners on this year ' s team were Jean Bushnell, Katy Beattie and Barbara Driscoll. Patty Clark Maria Mascola Varsity: First Row (L-R): Jean Bushnell, Martha McLeish, Maria Mascola, Katie Beattie, Kathy Nugent. Second Row: Linda Beaton, Barbara Dris¬ coll, Karen Keegan, Ellen Till, Coach Kelley. 171 A Losing Season The Varsity Field Hockey Team finished the season with a disappointing record of one win and eleven losses. In spite of the poor record, the team played aggressively and never gave up on their efforts. Coach Petralito, along with Captains Amy Burns and Cheryl McDonald, contributed greatly to the team throughout the fall season. Team member, Beth Beaudoin, was cited by the coach as the team ' s unsung heroine. With a large number of returning players, next year ' s squad should prove to be quite competitive in the league. Amy Bums, Lauran Moores First Row (L-); Cheryl McDonald, Amy Burns. Second Row: Joanne Corey, Patti Peck, Beth Beaudoin, Rebecca Melvin, Debbie Gosselin, Karen Maranto, Susan Montanaro, Coach Pet¬ ralito. Third Row: Sue Peterson, Marylou Caron, Lauran Moores, Maura Turner, Penny Stern. 172 JV ' s Have Long Fall The Junior Varsity Field Hockey Team had a discouraging season as far as victories were concerned. The team ended the year without a single win, but they maintained their dedication and spirit throughout the long fall. Mary Jean Donovan and Karen Walmsley led the team offensively and defen¬ sively. Under the direction of Coach Korb, the team improved considerably over the year. Comer First Row (Kneeling): Mary Corcoran, Alice Peck, Mary Jean Donovan, Karen Walmsley, Maria Mangano, Karen Langlois. Second Row: Coach Korb, Marianne Wol- fenden, Agnes Bemal, Cheryl Huchings, Lynne Hamilton, Kim Emerson, Devrie Laf- reniere, Patti Paris, Chris Willis, Lisa Mazurenko, Joanne Corey. 173 Talented Underclassmen rSsMftSKsaSww fj jy SrrrrwyrJynrrrr:::;. ' :::;;; 9 m 0 m 0 9 ' im ' m 9t t - j t» 0 9 • » ' J 9 , . 0 0 ' 9 9 ■ ' » ' fZii t ii , .i0 t« : rr £»»« » » tt ■ 4 « 9 9 IZ, 0 f 00. f« I ., r »• ? » »» i »iK ' ri » • » - V The Hockey team ' s record, although not impressive in victories, is not really indicative of the progress the team made over the year. The Knights fielded a young squad all season, which should lead to better fortunes for the hockey program over the next few years. Coaches Flanagan and McDonald played a large contin¬ gent of talented underclassmen along with a few expe¬ rienced seniors. Outstanding players on this year ' s squad were; Peter Heinze, Sean Carney, Jeff Carr, Steve Dufresne, Ken Long, Mike Voisine and All-League player Craig Cheevers. First Row (L-R): Kevin Re- mbis, Steve Dufrense, Mark Bouchard, Mike Voisine, Whitney Perry, Jeff Carr, Bobby Walmsley. Second Row: Mike McDonald, Coach McDonald, Mike Barrett, Ken Long, Rich Querici, Peter Heinze, Dan McConaghy, Craig Cheevers, Jim McPhail, John McMann, Jimmy Rear¬ don, Lynne Hamilton, Coach Flanagan. Third Row: Phil Herron, Tom Viviano, Sean Carney, Peter Marggraf. 174 LI 175 Champions are Tournament Bound The Varsity Basketball team, coached by Mr. Licare, com¬ piled a record of 17 wins and only 3 losses over the winter season. The Knights won the Cape Ann League Champi¬ onship and qualified for the State Tournament for the 19th time in 20 years. This year ' s team was led by quarterback Bill McCarthy, while Guy Kothman and Bob Uttley pro¬ vided the necessary offensive punch. With the additional support of Chris Spanks, Rick H eafey and Pete Bemardin, the Knights provided their fans with outstanding performances game after game. Steve Adiconis First Row (L-R): Mike Desmond, Steve Adiconis, Bill Halloran, Bob Uttley, Bill McCarthy, Brian Sifferlen, Brian Koczera, Lenny Degnan. Second Row: Coach Bob Licare, Phil Manzi, Peter Bemardin, Rick Heafey, Chris Spanks, Guy Kothman, Dave Walsh. 176 Rick Heafey 177 Undefeated Season! The Junior Varsity Bas¬ ketball team had an unde¬ feated season, posting a record of 18-0 in Cape Ann competition. The league champion Knights were led offensively by the out¬ standing shooting of soph¬ omore Dick Reese, who ended the season with 255 points. Chris Rhode and Bob Kilcoyne also made major contributions to the team ' s success. Mr. Fichera was coach of the JV team. Dick Reese Mark Bemardin ‘ ' rs Row (L-R): John Skiba, Dan Roche, Bob Kilcoyne, Rico Dion, Rich Donald, James Malia. Second Row: Dick Reese, Mark Bemardin, John Morris, Jerry Trickett, Chris Rhode, Scott Massey, Coach Fichera. 178 McElroy and Blackstock Lead Team First Row (L-R): John McElroy, Bobby Lumb, Mike Walsh, Dennis Regan, Jeff Stewart. Second Row: Coach Sheehan, Mike Connors, Anthony Galvagna, Brian Dodge, Wayne Stems, Jimmy Testa, David Blackstock, John Chaput, John Kronenwetter, Paul Hambelton. The Freshman Basketball team, led by top scorers John McElroy and David Blackstock, ended their season in second place in the Cape Ann League with a record of 13 and 4. John Kronenwetter, Steve Todd and John Chaput also made significant contributions to the Knight ' s success¬ ful season. The freshman team was coached by Mr. Sheehan. David Blackstock John McElroy 179 Girls Get a New Coach Mr. Parker took over the reins as Varsity Bas¬ ketball Coach just prior to the opening of the season. Although the girls got off to a slow start, their performance began to improve steadily under their new coach. The team finished the year in third place in the Cape Ann League with a record of 11 wins and 10 losses. The senior members of the team; Captain Sue Elbeery, Carrie Fiorino, Ann Haltmaier, Karen Long and Cheryl McDonald, contributed signif¬ icantly to the team ' s progress over the season. With the loss of seven seniors due to gradua¬ tion, next year will be a rebuilding year for the Knights. Sue Elbeery Julie Gerraughty Carrie Fiorino Ann Haltmaier Row (L-R): Cheryl McDonald, Julie Gerraughty, Sue Elbeery (Captain), Mary 1 onahue, Karen Long. Top Row: Chris Short, Ann Haltmaier, Mary Breen, Lee Doucette, Tncia Glynn, Ann Bushnell, Carrie Fiorino, Coach Parker. 180 Chris Short Sue Elbeery Coach Robert Parker Chris Short Cheryl McDonald 181 Lebrun and Keegan lead Team The J.V. Basketball team finished their season with a 9-9 record in league competi¬ tion, and a 10-11 overall record. Outstand¬ ing players on this year ' s squad were Lori Lebrun, Karen Keegan, and Jane Morkeski. The J.V. ' s are coached by Miss Petralito. Karen Keegan First Row (L-R): Marianne Chaput, Marylou Caron, Diane Shepley, Lori LeBrun, Jane Morkeski, Linda Gelinas. Second Row: Ann Dunn, Kathy Riordan, Linda Nolin, Margaret Weigal, Caroline Giuffrida, Karen Keegan, Julie Schapker, Julie Wells, Coach Petralito. 182 Frosh Win Championship Coach Lawlor ' s Freshman Basketball team ended their season in first place in the league. The girls posted a final 14-2 record. Karen Lagana and Jean Bushnell were outstanding offensive players for the young Knights, while Mary Beth Gordon and Agnes Bernal also played significant roles in the team ' s success. Karen Lagana Agnes Bernal First Row (L-R): Carol Bushnell, Mary-Beth Gordon, Jean Bushnell, Michelle Smith. Standing: Chris Willis, Debbie Donald, Jo-Anne Corey, Marta Stiglin, Agnes Bernal, Karen Lagana, Alice Peck, Lisa LaRochelle, Coach Lawlor. Agnes Bernal, Chris Willis. 183 Knights of the Slopes Since the weather would not cooperate, the Ski team waited for weeks for their first meet of the season. Members practiced regularly despite the adverse weather conditions, and the team ' s morale re¬ mained high. Coaches Marchegiani and Rouselle, along with Captain Delisle, led the team members to an overall record of five wins and five losses. The Knights finished the season in fourth place in the league. Eric Clough 184 Kathy Leonard Mike Gorman Jim Kronenwetter First Row (L-R): Steven Cormey, Mary Comeau, Danielle Lange- vin, Vicki Gauthier, Kathy Muldoon, Kathy Joyce, Cathy Nu¬ gent, Amy Bums. Second Row: Mike Frasica, Michelle Pelrine, Martha Quinlan, Renee Titus, Laurie Messina, Karen Walmsley, Devrie Lafreniere, Donna Ruane, Kim Davis, Jennifer Cushing. Third Row: Coach Marchegiani, Bill Deadder, Bill Gillen, Robert Kaplan, Kathy Leonard, Kathy McCarthy, Nancy Bemal, Matt Miele, Rick Delisle, Lee-Ann Roop, Coach Rouselle. Fourth Row: Vance Anderson, Mike Hamori, Eric Clough, Bob Wood¬ cock, Scott Barclay, Mike Wells, Jim Kronenwetter, Rich Laf¬ reniere, Mike Gorman, John Nassar, Steve Gilboard. 185 League, Sectional, State and New England Champions David Cinquegrana Phil Watson The Wrestling team has proved to be one of the most outstanding athletic squads in NAHS history. The local grapplers retained their Cape Ann League, Sectional, State and New England Cham¬ pionships and added the Lowell Invitational title as well. With their perfect record of 15-0, the Knights added to their state record of consecutive dual meet victories. The string now numbers 75 straight! The team ' s continued success seems due to two major factors, the outstanding coaching of Mr. Crozier and Mr. Gendron, and the dedication and spirit of all members of the team. North Andover ' s 1979-80 varsity team was led by six state champi¬ ons: A1 Belanger, Phil Watson, Dan Hiller, Dave Cinquegrana, Joe Helfrich and Fritz Hoehn. Captains: Dan Hiller, Joe Helfrich, Fritz Hoehn. First Row (L-R): Brian Reynolds, Tony Melillo, Phil Watson, Dan Hiller, John Shields, Steve Kel¬ ley. Second Row: Rick Camire, Paul Colella, Paul Chory, Joe Hel¬ frich, David Cinqueg¬ rana, Jack Beime, John Walzack. Third Row: Coach Gendron, Mike Pangione, Tom Powers, Mark Brucato, Fritz Hoehn, Connie Sher¬ lock, Chuck Gelinas, Mark Dunn, Steve Graham, Kevin Lang- lois Coach Crozier. Fourth Row: Gerard Burt, Jon Keller, Dave Camire, Tom Sybert, E.J. Foulds, Dan Rorke, Chuck McAloon, Chris Burt, Bill Shann, Bob Cunningham. Fritz Hoehn J oe Helfrich 187 Taking a Tumble The Gymnastic team completed its second season this year with a record of 6 victories and 2 losses. The squad was coached by Mrs. Pamela Munro, and led by Captain Mariann Walsh. Cheryl Foulds consistently placed first on the uneven bars and the balance beam, while Katie Beattie led the team in vaulting and floor exercises. With the return of a number of experienced gymnasts, the team is expected to continue to improve in the future. Cathy Murphy 188 Susan Hajjar First Row (L-R): Lyn Watson, Rachel Boynton, Doreen De- nitto, Jane Sobel. Second Row: Lori Torbin, Carol Walsh, Marianne Walsh (Captain), Cathy Murphy, Robin Carbone, Cheryl Foulds. Third Row: Sharon Gioia, Lisa Moro, Katie Beattie, Chris Hillner, Cathy Gioia, Donna Henry, Coach Monroe. Track and Field Coach Welch ' s Varsity Track Team expects to improve on last season ' s winning record. With the return of a number of seasoned veterans in both the field and track events, the Knights should make a strong run for the CAL Title. Among the many returning lettermen are: Rich Bowman, Dave Palefsky, John Costello, Dave Quintal and Jim Quinlan. Jim Quinlan Jim Watson Dave Palefsky First Row (L-R): John Fragala, John McDermott, Arthur Detora, Paul Willis, David Taylor, Jim Quinlan, Steve Beat- tie, Bill Halloran, Dave Palefsky, Mike Forbes. Second Row: Mike Pratt, Rich Bowman, John Costello, Brian Kil- coyne, Dave Quintal, Bill Sullivan, John McMahon, Chris Hutchins, Joe Frassica, Paul Fragala, Chris Helfrich. Ihird Row: Coach Welch, Eric Clough, Um Sweeney, Dan Rorke, Mark Hamil¬ ton, Steve Gilboard, Jim Watson, Wayne Cormey, John Otis, Joe Driscoll, Tim Scanlon, Coach Sheehan. 190 ' ! Chris Helfrich Steve Beattie Bill Sullivan, Dave Quintal Mike Pratt, Rich Bowman Steve Beattie 191 GIRLS CLEAR HURDLES The Girls ' Track Team, led by se¬ nior co-captains Karen Hamilton and Carrie Fiorino and coached by Pat Lawlor, had a successful year. The team was strengthened by a large number of returning letter-winners from last year ' s squad. Among the many stand¬ outs on this season ' s team were juniors, Ellen Till and Cathy Gioseffi, and sophomore Katie Beattie. Mrs. Mascola Cathy Gioseffi Karen Hamilton First Row (L-R): Barbara Driscoll, Jeanne Dube, Cynthia Gorman, Maureen Muldoon, Kristine Gavelis, Audrey Hamori, Karen Hamilton (Co-Captain), Carrie Fiorino, Robin Carbone, Beth Sutton, Kim Davis, Debbie Sheehan, Liz Fragala, Debbie Lidstone. Second Row (L-R): Mary Ann Chaput, Cathy Nugent, Jane Cadarette, Mary Driscoll, Brenda Young, Mary Cadarette, Renee Schel- faudt, Robyn Milne, Karen Maranto, Nancy Cyr, Pam Lundgren, Claire Kilcoyne. Third Row (L-R): Linda Beaton, Christine Hillner, Julie Schapker, Mary Schelfaudt, Susan DeFrene, Ellen Dinucchio, Maria Torrisi, Kati Beattie, Ellen Till, Cathy Gioseffi. Fourth Row (L-R): Rita Gavelis, Mary Jo Rowen, Tracey Gauthier, Marie Twombly. Knights Take to the Diamond The Knights come into the 1980 season with considerable talent and determi¬ nation. Coach John Strobel ' s team has a good nucleus of returning lettermen, and some solid junior varsity players who moved up to varsity. Under the di¬ rection of the tri-captains Dave Walsh, Rich Roche and Frank Gelinas, the Knights are expected to make a serious run for the CAL title and continue on into the state tournament. First Row (L-R): Mark Atwood, John Smolak, Frank Gelinas, Rick Camire, Rick Roche, Jody Verville. Second Row (L-R): Coach Strobel, Dave Licciardi, Dave Walsh, John Reusch, Norm Bailey. 194 mmm 9H kvf i ' K ,V rj f. - ■ •yS ' -JWk V?T . V ' »■ ■eata ■ — Paul Connelly Bobby Walmsley Dave Licciardi ■ • J£ r 195 Title Contenders The Girls ' Tennis Team, coached by Mrs. Gorman, is expected to be in contention for the Cape Ann League title this spring. The gills compete in both singles and doubles competi¬ tion and have a number of letter-winners from last year ' s squad re¬ turning. Jessica Larkin, Mary Beth Mclnnis, Lori O ' Sullivan and Patty Peck are all ex¬ pected to contribute significantly to this year ' s team. Mary Beth Mclnnis Caryn Scarborough First Row (L-R): Linda Birch, Lisa Doerr, Cathy Catalano, Mimi Gaffney, Sarah Modig¬ liani. Second Row: Coach Gorman, Cecily Coughlin, Jessica Larkin, Mary Beth Mclnnis, Lori O ' Sullivan, Marta Modigliani. Third Row: Kathy Austin, Carol Doerr, Marylee Poirier, Karen Scarborough, Patty Peck. 196 Tennis Anyone? First Row (L-R): Danny Devlin, Jon Coskren, Peter Forget. Second Row: Tom Sullivan, Dan Hiller, Ed Peck. Dan Hiller 4HL m -$V wKv . 7 TO rsr ■■ C? x ‘ v ICfiK A3 ♦ ,v vw »y $$$ - v, ARM ♦i 2 . ' ‘ V»» Tom Sullivan One can always tell when spring is nearing at NAHS for the tennis team begins its practices in the gym late in March. The Boys ' Tennis Team, coached by Mr. Young, has a num¬ ber of returning players from last year ' s squad and expects to do well in this year ' s Cape Ann League com¬ petition. Players re¬ turning include: Tom Sullivan, Danny Hiller and Eddy Peck. Danny Devlin 197 Coach of the Year Coach Buco was honored this fall by being cho¬ sen the out-standing golf coach in the Cape Ann League. After a slow start, the team made a strong showing to finish the season with a winning record of 5-4. Outstanding golfers on this year ' s squad were Captain Rick Delisle and Craig Cheevers. For the first time in Cape Ann League competition, golf became a fall rather than a spring ' sport. Craig Cheevers Ken Pearson Glenn Gioseffi Mac Rosenbaum First Row (L-R): Grad Rosenbaum, Jim Campbell, Bill Belinda, Ray Burnett, Rick Delisle, Glen Gioseffi, Craig Cheevers. Second Row: Coach Fichera, Jim Malia, Dan Roche, Ken Pearson, Chris Nahil, Mac Rosenbaum, Coach Buco. 198 Co-Captains Lead Team First Row (L-R): Donna Gravel, Beth Beaudoin, Cheryl McDon¬ ald, Debbie Gosselin, Gerri Licciardi, Amy Burns, Amy Fumari, Ann Bushnell, Nancy Orlando. Second Row (L-R): Coach Keisling, Susan Wil¬ son, Mary Lou Connors, Nancy Beime, Jo Ann Grover, Liz Sullivan, Gail Gosselin, Mary Beth Soucy. Coach Keisling Ann Bushnell The Girls ' Softball Team, led by Coach Keisling, is expected to do well in Cape Ann League competition this spring. Among last year ' s members who will be returning this season are co-captains Jo Ann Grover and Cheryl McDonald. Seniors Ann Bushnell and Amy Burns are also returning and should provide the necessary experience needed to make the squad a contender for the league crown. 199 League Champs! The Junior Varsity Soccer Team finished the sea¬ son with an overall record of 15 wins and only 3 losses. The young Knights were led by the out¬ standing play of John Ozberak, Keith Comerford and Jim Green. The team posted the best defensive record in the league, and easily won the Cape Ann League Championship Rick Donald First Row (L-R): Chris Starr, Tom Roberts. Second Row: Todd Emer¬ son, Peter Bums, Bob Mascola, Todd Welch, Adam Wright, Keith Comer- ford, John Ozberak, Jimmy Green, Eddie Peck, Mike Hamori, Jeff Cur- rin, Glenn Dunigen, Kevin Rossiter, Tony Armitage. Third Row: Tom Viviano, Steve Margraff, Chris Cur- rin, Jonathon Keller, Kevin Redman, Mike Crittenden, Jim Lindley, Gary Forbes, Bill Zahoruiko, Jim Leighton, Rich Donald, Coach Nun- zio DiMarca, Mike Brennan, James Jones, David Brown, Steve Todd, Derek Schmitke, Paul Hambleton, Jim Fragala, Kevin Good, Dave Steer. mm Eddie Peck Mike Brennan l. THE CLASS OF 1980 ASKS OUR SUBSCRIBERS TO SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS Congratulations From Barron-Clayton Inc. 31 Carty Circle, N. Andover, Ma. tel. 687-3322 Our best to you ... every day of the week. At home or away at school keep in touch with your home town, the nation, and the world through the lively and informative pages of the Eagle-Tribune. Call or write to start delivery. (617) 685-1000, Box 100, Lawrence, MA 01842 201 INSURANCE OFFICE OF Richard W. Testa, C.L.U. 101 Amesbury Street Suite 105 Lawrence, MA. 01840 685-1150 — Res. — 685-0842 Grace and James Testa Forgetta’s Flowers Floral Servicing for Weddings and Funerals Potted Plants — Corsages — Cut Flowers 1210 Osgood Street No. Andover, Mass. Telephone 682-3885 Established 1941 “Rocnruatinnc RonnoctoH” P 4 " X “Reservations Requested” 686-4309 Open 11:30 A.M. — 9 P.M. Closed Mondays LUNCHEON - DINNER - COCKTAILS WILSON ' S CORNER NORTH ANDOVER t Junction Routes 114 and 125 Nortk Andover, Massackusettrs Incorporated 104 6 Located in Essex County. Until i8ss,when it was incorporated as a separate town, it was the North Parish of Andover foundidin 646)on y twenty six years after the landing of the Pilgrims. The original settle¬ ment was called Cochichewick. The name Andover first appearing in 1644 and the town being incorpor¬ ated in 1646 . Acadian exiles found shelter here. Good Luck from Sponsors Joe ' s Dorothy Campione, Proprietor 220 Middlesex St., No. Andover tel. 683-3979 Finneran ' s Pharmacy Gloria Stevens of N. Andover Radio Shack of N. Andover The Model Look Workshop 128 Main St., N. Andover 203 Flowers by Louis 80 LAFAYETTE SQUARE HAVERHILL, MASS. 01830 373-0400 f Coppola Flowers 1679 OSGOOD STREET N. ANDOVER, MASS. 01845 687-7424 GROOMING — PETS — AQUARIUMS SUPPLIES NORTH ANDOVER AQUARIUM PET SHOP 133 MAIN STREET NORTH ANDOVER • 686-0901 OPEN: MONDAY — WEDNESDAY — SATURDAY, 9:00-8:00 TUESDAY — THURSDAY — FRIDAY, 9:00-9:00 SUNDAY, 11:00-5:00 TROPICAL MARINE AND AFRICAN FISH CHINA BLOSSOM DISTINCTIVE CHINESE CUISINE DINNERS BUSINESS LUNCHEONS COCKTAIL LOUNGE PARTY FACILITIES Orders to take out. tel. 682-2242 685-1672 946 Osgood St. (Junction Routes 125 133) North Andover, Ma. 204 Congratulations from your yearbook photographer We hope you will continue to think of us Loring Studios New England’s Leading Portrait, Wedding and Yearbook, Photographers Compliments of THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 2104 Park Street North Andover NORTH ANDOVER LIONS CLUB " Congratulations class of 1980 " JIMMY’S Famous Pizza Regular Family Sized Pizza 30 Varieties of Hot Oven Subs Spaghetti — Greek Salad — Veal Cutlets Hamburgers — Pepper Steaks FAST — FAST SERVICE 685-7776 1591 Osgood St. Rt. 125 No. Andover across from Western Electric We have plans for you. Andover Bank ANDOVER SAVINGS BANK ANDOVER, 61 MAIN STREET, N. ANDOVER, 108 MAIN STREET METHUEN, 547 BROADWAY, METHUEN, 91 PLEASANT VALLEY ST. TEWKSBURY, 995 MAiN STREET 207 • INDUSTRIAL • COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL Merrimack Valley Datsun 815 South Main St., Haverhill tel. 688-7017 Seymour ' s Greenhouse Open May and June Only for Geraniums — Bedding Plants — Cemetery Baskets 36 Linden Ave. North Andover 208 Every day ... in every way we strive towards greater accomplishments. The bright promise that the future holds for you is within your reach thanks to the fine education you have received. Our warmest wishes to you, graduating seniors of North Andover High School, and good luck! From your friends . . . Western Electric Merrimack Valley Works “An Equal Opportunity Employer” 209 CARON FUNERAL HOME RETAIL SALES — INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 581 CHICKERING ROAD NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. 01845 R. George and John D. Caron 30 Main Street North Andover, Mass. FULLY INSURED •FREE ESTIMATES • TEL. 682-9038 •SSL3 Stewart Cleaning Service FULL CLEANING SERVICE DONALD B. STEWART 52 PROSPECT STREET OWNER NO. ANDOVER, MASS. 01845 Stewart Family 210 TEXACO Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 HILTON OIL CO., INC. RANGE FUEL OILS 24 HR. BURNER SERVICE OFFICE 101 SO. UNION ST. LAWRENCE, MA. 687-9793 Lori Hilton Compliments of: CONNOR CONSTRUCTION, INC. General Contractors 1082 East St., Tewksbury, Mass. Judy Connor 211 Congratulations to Patricia S s X J 7 e ‘Pen oHtil (sucA • Tablecloths, Napkins Placemats • Pajamas Bathrobes • Sweaters, Skirts Blouses • Totebags Pocketbooks • Shirts Turtlenecks • Raincoats Outerwear • Sheets Pillowcases • Towels Bath Items • Sport Symbols JULIE E. 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Tel. 682-8029 The Buco Family Employees Welcome you at “The Package Store” In North Andover Gayle Gosselin and Tricia Connelly 213 Arlington Trust 149 Main Street North Andover Mall North Andover, MA 01845 Congratulations to the Class of 1980 from RLCD5VUITCH ALCO ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS, INC. 1551 OSGOOD STREET, NORTH ANDOVER, MA. 01845 North Andover Supply, Inc. 1 ' Quality Plumbing PP£ea.hng oJupphes 595 Chickering Rd., Rte. 125 No. Andover, Ma. 01845 Telephone ( 617 ) 686-0711 Maria Mangano Coca-Cola and Coke are registered trade-marks which identify the same product of The Coca-Cola Company Congratulations to the Class of 1980! c Qie c McCarthyCompar(ies 14 AMESBURY STREET, LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS 01840 TELEPHONE 686-9561 TROMBLY TEL. 683-1031 683-1133 NIGHT: 685-4545 BROS., INC. DAVE, RICK SKIP |E CON 141-153 SUTTON STREET NO. ANDOVER, MASS. 01845 THE GENERAL STORE Olde North Andover Center 24-HOUR TOWING AND ROAD SERVICE Fuel Oils and Burner Installation Repair Having a Pepsi Day 217 Davis Furber DESIGNERS BUILDERS OF CUSTOM TEXTILE MACHINERY Donahue Bros. Inc. Coffee Distributors Maxwell House Yuban Coffee Sanka Brand 17 Buanham Road, Methuen Tel. 685-5806 Good Luck Class of 1980 in all Future Endeavors. LAWRENCE SAVINGS BANK 451 Andover Street North Andover, Ma. tel. 687-1131 BIRCH Super Drue " ... Where you’ll meet your neighbor... and be waited on by a friend...” NORTH ANDOVER MALL Route 114 at 495 Next to DeMoulas Congratulations to the Class of 1980 from North Andover’s own Travel Agency rture shop FOR TRAVEL INC 200 Sutton, North Andover, Mass. 688-1828 688-1829 219 k 221 r 222 223 To the people, the events, and the place that will stay in our thoughts forever — Thanks for making it all so worthwhile! 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