North Haven High School - Sachem Yearbook (North Haven, CT)

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Q '9' km. 19 "THE TWENTIES DAY" While we were reading F. Scott Fitzgeralds THE GREAT GATSBY last year, the idea of a "Twenties Day" was suggested. It was received very enthusiastically, with current nostalgia craze in mind. The class discussed endlessly what clothes to wear and turned attics upside down to find the right accessories and outfits. On the official Day, some of the class wore their flapper outfits and baggies to school, but the majority were not so courageous. During class time we toasted each other with "champagne" and tried our skill at the lively Charleston. Everyone looked very authentic and the mood was indeed a "Roaring Twenties" one. At the end of our study of the Twenties, with our reading and our day of participation, we felt we had a better idea of the flavor of the times. 'givin-., Z 3 its is ,s gg dx... A ,. . sw' 21 GYGRGYEY THEATRE In the grand theatrical tradition, Mrs. Gyorgyey's Advanced Junior English class had the opportunity to write, direct, and act in a number of plays. Each was presented to the class, whereupon six were chosen to perform for the school and community. They land their student directorsl were: "Two Young Girls" by Margaret Gosselin, "The Shadow of Balial" by Susan Jenks, "Mirror, Mirror" by Marlene Asidg "Murder Thrice Removed" by Randy Johlmanp "No Time" by Nancy Libsonp and "Grimms Tales Grimmer" by Connie Geanakoplos. The directors for the production were Danette Carboni and Harry Erba. The students also provided the scenery, lighting, costumes and props. The inspiration and guidance for the Theater was provided by Mrs. Clara Gyorgyey, who first conceived the idea while teaching at Hillhouse High School, The tradition has continued successfully throughout her years at North Haven, and has been a vital part of her students' education. NIASQUERADE BALL .W , H, 1 ,Vi V 5' f' da 4 7 ff: W- "5" , Nd' e 'X J I , ff a o,w, ,,2- Y. x 1 5 . S 'fri' Z 1 mvffa ' 1 x...,xsRh- 5, N9 ig 1 .... 'K I .31 Q .. N K . xi. 'TF is A5 .,k, ,gli-QVE: -Q - ' 1 fi z, ., f 'Vfi Q, Ql . .,.1.. ' W Q5 fg ' if K f,,. lv 1 .Q R 15 N :qty v n. V.: SKATING PARTY NIARCHING BAND academics 4 , 0 1 -- 30 .DELIO ROTONDO v E' l ff I Q? I R W? f'.' '39 ik I v 3 Q A 2 R 1 I Superintendent ff: A ' I ' nn f H A I 1' . U BOARD OF EDUCATION: A j I , ' SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT JEAN NELBECH, ROBERT CIULLA, WILLIAM FERNER, BEVERLY GOOD- A I IvIAN, STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT ANTHONY EERIvIo, RICHARD CONNORS, MARIE RLILLER, , THOMAS NICKEUN, STEWART FRITTS. wILI.IAIvI ENGLAND N FRANCIS J- DIAMOND Associate Superintendent Principal 'X " - M.A. THOMAS RYAN Associate Suoerintendant ' 1 Q FK in ,L,g5.,,gg . .2 : ntggzgyg I' JL, . A-L . i,,fA,,jg'3- ,Z 'wfK2', , L 'W' fu 'A . .'I.'.' .P ' 'Q 1-A . '.-.f.'g". ' I 'sl U s. X. Qu- '5 Ig H.-Rs.r'A 'If IP.-gf :xiii - - ' ffl. l. T4 'I DOMINIC R. MASCAGNA Associate Principal B.S. M.A. ROBERT SCELZO A Associate Principal '75 B.S., M.A. DONALD SIMENS CLARK ROCKVYELL Assistant Principal Associate Principal B-A' M-FA Sth year 31 LAUREN ANDERSON Physical Education B.S., M.S. LAWRENCE F. BENCIVENGO Science as. A fi' ' . '- Q FRANK ARCHANGELO Mathematics MARY BATROW Science B.A., M.S. Q. JOHN BISCHOFF Industrial Arts B.S., M.S. ANTHONY ANTONELLI Industrial Arts B.S,, M.S., 6th year BETSY S. BLANCHARD Home Economics ALLAN J. BRADANINI Industrial Arts B.S., M.S. 32 JAMES BRAN Business B.A., M.Ed. JOHN F. BRAY English B.Ed., M.A., M.A. DA JANE BORKOWSKI Home Economics B.S,, M.S., R.N. SHERYL BREISCH Music B.A. M,A.T. JAMES BURT Business B.S., M.S. WILLIAM BUFIRILL Business B.S., M.S. SALLY CASPER Foreign Languages B,A. M.A. 6th year ANNA CAFILOTTO Foreign Languages B.S., M,A. ARLENE BURKE Physical Education B.S. CYNTHIA CAFASSO Mathematics BS. WILLIAM CARUTH Social Studies B.S,, M.A. 6th year JAMES FI. 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DUDLEY Mathematics B.A., M.A. LINDA FLETCHER English B.A., M.A. CLARA GYORGYEY Enghsh B.A., M.A., M.A.T. 6th year LOIS HASELTINE English B.S., M.S. THOMAS J, HERRSCHER Industrial Arts B.S. MICHAEL T. HOMSHER Science B.S., M.S. JAMES R. HUMPHREY ANDREW HUBENY Vocational Coordinator B.S., M.S. JEAN MARC HEBERT Foreign Languages B.S., M.A, CLYDE HENDERSON English B S M A MARJOFIIE P. HILTON Home Economics B,S., M.Ed., 6th year MARILYN HORN Foreign Language B.S., M.A.T. Science B.S., M.A. 36 DEBORAH HOMOLA Mathematics B.A. ROBERT HORN Library Department B.S., M,A. NICOLA IANNONE Industrial Arts B.S., M.S. ZING JUNG Librarian B.S. JANET KUEHN Social Studies B.A., M.S., M.A. ELIZABETH T. LOZIER Counselor A.B., M.S. STEPHEN JENNINGS Social Studies B A M Ed M A ,151 IVIATILDA JENSCHKE Q" "-1. . . if Physical Education ' fy Q' A ' B.S. '-.3 .V JAMES KENNEY Mathematics B.S., M.A. LESLIE LAWRENCE English B.S., M.A.T. PRISCILLA JOHNSON Social Studies 'B.A., M.A. JOHN KEOUGH Social Studies B.A., M.A. JANE LEE Social Studies B.A., M.A. Audio Visual 37 STANLEY LOZOWSKI B.A., M.A.T., C.A.S. MICHAEL LUTHER Mathematics B A M A EDWARD MANJUCK Physical Education B.S, ANNIE MAE MATTHEWS Business B.S., M.S. LALISE MELILLO English B.A., M.A.T. ROBERT A. MERCURI Industrial Arts B.S., M.A., 6th year WALTER MORRIS MARY ELLEN MURPHY Industrial Arts Social Studies B.S., M.S. B.A. FRANK MCMAHON Social Studies B,A., B.S., M,A. ROBERT W. MEENEGHAN Physical Education B.S., M.S. EILEEN MERCHANT Home JOSEPH MURRAY Guidance B.S., M.A. 6th year SHARON M, MONTEITH Home Economics B.S. JOHN S. NIGRO Business Education B.S., M,S., S.A.G.S. 6th year MANUEL OLIVEIRA Vocational Coordinator B.S., M,A. MARY PATCH Mathematics B.S. DIANE C. ONDUSKY Foreign Language B.A. SARA RAHDEFIT English B.S. DOROTHY PIERSON Guidance B,A,, M.A.T., M.A. ALAN REED Business B.A. PATRICIA ORTICARI Special Education B,S. 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V .few '. ami-btw ,Vr:uVg4V,V.':'1:: .V ' V . . g' '94 Mfgkrv ' sr 295 1 if ., 'Pa qv W vi . EW ,:EiM:Q ' 'fLH4-VlVz:JI,ifiA'X . 1Vf.VqL4..Q.wf.A4. .V,..ifg.S2V41a97.m 5 1.1 .A we , 535 55? ifVrri-Vg. s FV, -V .w3Ais:'w,VV gghvfcwggg-V+ mf X ,,?.'H3,:eTSf+' f 1 V:. 592' i- Vw -N myf .V-. .V-.. ,V - .HQ-,Qi .f. .a.:1,gsr. wr..-g,.5' VV .xVV,1a,fQ-,yy 9 ,N ' Q' E 5? V 3 2-3-as President - Lisa Freije, Vice-President - Jean Antaki, Treasurer - Betsy Herlihy, Secretary Lisa Petrillo 'ff!'r9i'49'-1 Advisors - Marie Diamond and Tom Schnorr STEPHEN M. ABELY "Georgie Porgie" ARTHUR JOSEPH ALEXANDER ..An,. "Examine your surroundings, show respect for life, and life will then show its respect for you," JEAN ANTAKI "The great use of life is to spend it for something that outlasts it." K f" ROSEMARlE ACOSTA "Rosie" "Life is to live, live it while you're young and you will enjoy it better." IVIAUREEN ANNE ALBERT "Maur" "Love is an act of faith, and whoever is of little faith is also of little love." Erich Fromm JOHN ALBERT ARNONE Ill "Tomorrow to fresh woods and pastures new." 50 -tl CAROL LYNN ALIBERTI .,Sis,. "To live is to laugh, and to laugh is to live." EMILY JEAN ASCARI "What we are is God's gift to us, but what we become is our gift to God." I 'I all your invitation to love life." LACYA 7 tomorrows a be an fwllww ALISON BAERMAN "We are what must be careful be." Kurt Vonn we pretend to be, so we about what we pretend to egut, Jr. WJ 5 -lv JOHN GABRIEL AUDITORE HJ' An. "In the past four years of my life l've had good times and bad times-- most ofwhich l'Il never forget." RICHARD F. AVINO LAURIE JEAN BACHMANN "Laur" "You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late." WILLIAM WARREN AVERY "Kabong" "Friends depart and memories take them to her caverns pure and deep," X Xswt. X MARYANN BAILEY "Mare" "Naught's had all's spent, where our desire is got without content , , 51 LAURA LYNN BALDYGA "Laugh and be jolly when it rains, any fool can do so when the sun shines," AMY MARIA BARBATO "Ame" VINCENT DOMENIC BALLETTO "Vance" "I hope that someday I am big enough a man to wear the shoes my father wore." DEBORAH SUSAN BARTEK ..Deb.. "No man is an island no man stands alone "Two roads diver ed in a wood and I 9 took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." AMY T. BEDELL ELIZABETH-ANNE BEALE "The art of life lies in a constant readjustment to our surroundings." K.O. JUNE ANNE BEAUCHAMP "The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved." ANN MAFIIE BENEDETTI "When the world wakes up to become wonderful I hope I can wipe the sleep from my eyes in time." LESLIE S. BELL "Life makes sense and who could doubt it, if we have no doubt about it," Piet Hien 52 TERRY MICHAEL BERGANTINO WALTER PATTEN BENNETT JR. "Wally" "Love friends and others. Love life and happiness. Love yourself and people, and travel high on life." DAVID CHARLES BENOIT "Dave" "l have never let my schooling interfere with my education." TOBY MICHAEL BERGANTINO "Take life easy and you'll last longer." THERESE ROSE BIONDILLO "Terri" "The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay. Love isn't love 'till you give it away." CATHERINE ANN BICKFORD 53 XX. LINDA JOANNE BERGAMI "Memory is the diary that we all carry about with us." CAROL ANN BERNASCONI "Learning never shared is knowledge stolen, but loving never shared is knowledge lost." DAWN MICHELL BLACK "1 am not in this world to live up to your expectations. And you're not in this world to live up to mine." , .L I J iii Q I ff- is DEBRA ANN BOGAEFIT "Debbie" "Learn from yesterday, live for today, and hope for tomorrow." KAREN ANN BOGAFIT "Kar" JOSEPH BOLDUC MARY LINDA BOLTIVIAN "lf everyone lit just one little c what a bright world it would b LYNDA sue BRADLEY VIQWDBO ,,I-ynn.. nxt: bf .MJF JQXPU9 , MICHAEL VINCENT BFIANGI "Be yourself, but make yourself someone x worth being." O P new M wr" xl 0-K 4' 54 AMELIA LINK BRENNEFI "Amie" "l am not what I think I am, and I am not what you think I am. I am what I think you think I am." Robert Bierstedt andle el., "I never think of the future. It comes PHILIP WAYNE BRUDZ "Phil flip potato bud" soon enough," PAMELA JOYCE BROWN "I am a part of all that I have met." VERA BUCKMILLER , Peachie JOANNA PAULINE BRUMBAUGH "And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow." William Butler Yeats DONNA LYNNE BUEHLEFI "Poots" KATHY ANN BUICK "Buick" Love is: when the difference in height doesn't matter." FIOSEMARY E. BULLER Haose.. "When I die, and when I'm gone, there will be one child born in this world to carry on." WILLIAM POTTER BUICK The most useless day of all, is the day in which we have not Iaughed." 55 l2f"fff' ix B M we CHARLOTTE ANN BYRD "Char" h' to be loved is "To love is not ing, b loved is something, but to love and e everything." VINCENT ALAN CAPASSO DANETTE MARIE ELIZABETH CARBONI "Boni" "So hard to say good-bye to those who d have touched my life so deeply. . , so sa to think I love so freely." D, C. v iw Q Adi nf 'E 3 t it Q TR Wa aixxoevdwbgqglwgook PM GW mx K5 LISA BETH CALDWELL Wk vb Beth ei " h ealth is Lost nothing is Lost. when STEVE CAMPBELL Gal. 2:20 "l have been crucified with the Lord and it's no longer l that live, but Christ lives in me. Praise the Lordl!" DEBORAH ANN CARBONELLA "Debbie" "Many a man with no family tree has f succeeded because he branched out or GREGORY GEORGE CARRAS ,,Greg,, v "You win some, you lose some and the rest are rained out." MARK ALLEN CASMAN "O Masters, Lords and Rulers in all lands, Is this the handiwork you give to God." "The hour is g had begun, k thing but the race must still be run." ELIZABETH ANN CHAPMAN "Betty" "l'll see you on the dark side of the moon." DAVID CATTARUZZA Heat., LISA MARIE Cl-IAPELLE etting later, it's time we nowing somethings one JOHN MICHAEL CHILLEMI, JFK. "Freddie" "Where there's a will there's a way." 57 LYNN DIANE CHAMBROVICI-I "The gift of compassion is greater than all wisdom of the wise," WILLIAM J. Cl-IAPLIN "Bill" "A soft voice and a clear head is music to anyone's ear." SALLIE JANE CHILLEMI have no comment for the press or the policeg all my intentions are personal" BRUCE F. CLARKE CHEFIYL C CHRISTIE Cher "Heigh-ho nobody home. Neither food nor drunk nor money have I none Stull we will be very merry Farth Hope, and Love but the greatest of these is Love." I Cor. 13:13 PEGGY CLARKE CATHERINE FAYE CLARKE "Cathy" "I'd like to teach the world to sing in JOSEPH COLOMONICO, perfect harmony, a song of peace tha echoes on and never goes away." SUSAN ANNE CONNELL "Suzan "To be happy - You've had to be sad once." ALICE B. COLEMAN "A. B. C." 58 LENORE ANN CONSIGLIO "Pork" "If it feels good, do Itl" STEPHEN FRANK COSS "What a wee part of a person's life are hi ' ' ife is s acts and his words. His real I led in his head." MARY FRANCES CONTE "Mare" "lf it's really meant to be, then there will always be enough time." JOEL ALVIN COPPOLA The future always arrives just a little before you're ready to give up the present." CLEMENTINA CROCCO ANTHONY PAUL CRETELLA "We'll never find a greater gift in the "The past shall never return . . . but it 'Ong Veafs to be th may be remembered." an all the love that's mine from you and yours from me!" KATHLEEN JUNE COSTELLO "Katy" "lf l'm sad when l'm with you, it's because l know we'll part, and l'm al- ready lonely," JEFFREY REYNOLDS CROWELL "Smiley" Life is like a race. You must always look ahead, but not forget what's behind you," 59 MARIAN COFKNIELLO "Mare" "To accomplish H not only act but also dream. great things one must DONNA CATHERINE CUCURELLO "Forgiveness should be like a cancelled note - torn in two and burned up, so that it never can be shown against one." , 2: 3.5 BRIAN ROBERT CUMMINGS HBH. "We are the only hope for a peaceful future," LAURA CUOMO ..Lor,, "Let's bump" TOM CUOMO "lf you don't get what you want with what you have, then you really never had it." MARK CRAlG DADY CHRISTOPHER ROBERT DAHL ..Kit.. "l'd rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth." Steve McQueen JOHN H. DALEY 60 ELAINE ROSEANN FRANCES D'AMATO "Lainie" "Years passed before us through smiles, laughter, pain, and tears , , . memories will linger forever." E.D. MARIA ROSE D'AMORA "I've never felt so alive, I'm learning that there's such a worid out there and none of us has ever seen or felt it," LOUISE MARY DATTILO "I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I Iove today." CHRISTOPHER SPALDING DAVID "Chris" "Winning isn't everything. It's the only thing," JILL ANN DECHELLO Hcappy.. "For today is only yesterday's tomorrow. WORTH DAVID MARY ANN DEBAISE HMM., "Who leads a good Iife is sure to live well." N I DIANE DELLACAMEFIA "To be with the one you Iove is all that matters." Q? ALBERT JOSEPH DECUSATI MAJ ,, "The secret of success is consistency of purpose." 61 SUSAN LYNNE DE MATTEIS "Susie" Sometimes the hardest person in the world to talk to is the one you love." PEGGY A. DERUSSO "Leggs" Something good never lasts foreverl?" HOLLY ANN DEIVIARTINO "To love and be loved is the greatest joy on earth." MICHAEL ANTHONY DEMUSIS "Useless" "Destination: to play music for the rest of my life with no hassles. ANNE-MARIE DEMETZ ll y a toujours dans notre enfance un moment ou Ia porte s'ouvre et Iaisse entrer l'avenir." PAUL G. DESROSIER JOSEPH D. DERISI 62 ARMAND CIRO DETORO ..Arm.. Take it as ut comes KENNETH WILLIAM DIPPOLD ,.Dip,. "Go placidly among the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence " Desiderata PHYLLIS JO D EUGENIO "Phyl" "For everyone there comes a time to shine. . .As I look out on the morning sun I know I need to shine." B. Streisand V MICHELE ANN DIGIOIA e "Shelley" "Youth is happy because it has the ability to see beauty. Anyone who keeps " th ui' f' e a i ity never grows old. BERNADETTE MARY DONNELLY LENORE ANN DIVERNIERO "Laughter is not a bad beginning for a friendship, and it is the best ending for one" JAMES WILLIAM DOWEFIS "I may be a dreamer, but l'm not the only one. I hope some day you'II join us, and the world will live as one." 63 MICHELLE DILEVA "Lord, yesterday I asked for all things that I may enjoy life. Today you gave me life that I may enjoy all things." MARY ELIZABETH DORFI y... W DEBORAH DIANE DOWNS "Debbie" "A smile is cheer to you and me. The cost is nothing - it's given free," HARRY PAUL ERBA "Ebra" , ,J .ff xxx, , w ANTHONY R. ESPOSITO ,,ESpO,. MARY ELLEN EARLY ,.WOp., "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow, don't walk behind me, l may not lead, walk beside me: be my friend." ,.Marj.. ...., r 1 .X CYNTHIA ANN EICHHOLTZ "Cindy" "The human heart is always the same. Sorrow strikes the same all over. Be easy on the other fellow," MARJORIE ANN ERICKSON A "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be are felt in the heart." NANCY CLAIRE FALLON ..WOp, "Every man has three faces: the one others see him as, the one he thinks he is, and the person he is." 64 seen or touched but BARBARA ANN ESPOSITO "Barb" "Yesterday is gone, tomorrow hasn't come yet, so live for today." KAFIEN ANN FEFIFIUCCI ,,Kak,, "Don't walkin front of me -I may not follow, Don't walk behind me - I may not lead. Walk beside me and just be my friend." DANIEL LOUIS FIASCONAFIO "The earth is filled with many resources Iet's not waste them." ANTHONY RICARDO FIOFIILLO "Don't let past failure hold you from future success." Gueito ED FALSEY "Was kann Ich sagen?" , 60' +I- I FNUWNO Nu ,QU -J 1 H L ,xfxvvj bmw. Lx' A QP? OCA V IW N T -W JKB5. PATRICIA LYNN FIRULLI "Patti" "Give and you help,take and you destroy." 65 LINDA THERESA FESTA "A mind relaxed, a smile upon rays of warmth laughs of laughter a grin for eternity." MG. DAVID ARTHUR PINK "Beings so singularly constituted are bound to express themselves in ways other than those of ordinary men." MINA M. FLAGGE SHARON FRANK "To love - not only for what you are but for what I am when I'm with you." JANICE ELIZABETH FLOOD "Life is divided into two halves, one is ove Kahlil Gibran TERESA ANN FLORIO "Terri" "Light breaks where no sun shines: where no sea runs, the waters of the heart push in their tides." "Live the question now. Perhaps you will gradually, without noticing it, live along frozen, the other aflame, the burning half SUELLEN FORD some distant day into the future." THOMAS ANTHONY FOLLO "Red Robin" "Kindness is the language that the blind can read and the deaf can hear." LISA ANN FREIJE EMILY FREI "A thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its Ioveliness increasesg it will Never pass into nothingness " ERIC KJELL FORGO "I love the man who dares face defeat and risks a conflict with a heroic heart. PATRICIA FROST "Of all the beautiful poems and songs written, how can I choose from the many? Till we meet again take care " MARJOFIY LOUISE GADD Marg "To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming is the only end of life " FRANK THOMAS FUNARO JR. Zrossing a bare common, in snow ddles, at twilight, under a clouded sky, . . . I have enjoyed a perfect exhilaration." ELEANOR ANN GAMBARDELLA "Of all the gifts that a wise providence grants us to make life full and happy, friendship is the most beautiful." Epicurus JYX JILL BERNICE GARBERO "Garb" "My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue. An everlasting vision of the everchanging view." STEVEN MATTHEW GALE "Professor Quincy Adams Wagstaff" "I am not a crook." Richard Milhous Nixon 67 ,k.k U, ' I Ikrf, 2 FRANK FURBUSH "Bush" "With great power there must also come great responsibility." GARY JOHN GARBATINI CONSTANCE GEANAKOPLOS "When you are old and gray and full of sleep, and nodding by the fire, take down this book . . Yeats WILLIAM J. GELENEAU T "PJi.Usr uiib Iouvu CTUCLP v8QYVfIJ.f'IVI Sjigriuovw cw fnwe cw Wu WWI , 0 UM. ,MLM RIMM A wld- uwuawvuf IGM do GARY W. GEORGE "Gar" MAUREEN ANN GILBRIDE "Today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." "The DEBBIE A. GILLO "Debby" future is as bright as the promis God." it 68 eof Vfjm OUQOUW Lai!-6 MARY KATHRYN GENTIL Www "You have the freedom to be yourself, your true self, here and now, and nothing can I stand in your way." W TIMOTHY JOHN GERMAIN STEWART HENRY GLASSON WILLIAM JOSEPH GLEASON, Ill "Bill" Live it up before it's too late to live at all." MARGARET GOSSELIN "Eternity is a terrible thought. I mean where's it going to end?" GEORGE PAUL GLENN "Like as the waves toward the pebbled shore so do our minutes hasten to their end." MARGARET MARY GORMAN Hpeggyu "We took sweet counsel together, and walked unto the house of God in company," ANDREW DWYER G DEBRA ANN GOTT "Without honesty there is no truth. With- out truth there is no love, Without love there is nothing." 69 ORM LEY "Drew" WlLLlAM FRANCIS GORDON KENNETH J. GRASSO "Nick" If if's and but's were candy and nuts, what a wonderful world it would be," LAURIE CHARLOTTE GRILLO "GrilIo" "Many are called, but few are chosen." 0 NANCY RUTH HAAG For the law or the spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death." Romans 8:2 fl RICHARD JOHN HANC DANIEL LAWRENCE GUERTIN "Like a bird on a wire, like a drunk in a midnightchoir, I have tried in my way to be free." Leonard Cohen RICHARD EUGENE HAAF . I ,T , ."1 ' I IL ,r ' a I' ' ,. mg 'ltr . 5.1! wj'i'r Q H .', 'L .V 'I .Q ,J ,:.,v.,6? ' EIL IQ 'V iw. 1. r"'i , , 5.1: THOMAS S. HANNON "Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence." 70 JOAN N E HAGGERTY "Life is not complete until you find someone to share it with." DEBRA RUTH HANSELL ..Wop.. "l am not afraid of tomorrow, for l have seen yesterday and love today." ANDY G. HAFILAN WILLIAM J. "BeIie KEN E. HAFILAN HAFIT MARK BENNETT HECKER ve me, you have to get up early if you want to get out of bed." - The Immortal Groucho Marx DONNA LYNN HENSON "Dreams are nothing more than wishes but a wish is just a dream that you wish to come true . . What is magic? Some sunshine, a smi ELIZABETH JOAN HERLIH le to share, caring friends and happy time S. Magic - my world is filled with it." STEPHEN HE 71 RMANN "I didn't know that?" MARC E. HERRICK "Dic-Weed Jones" "You can get it if you really want, but you must try, you'lI succeed at Iast." JOHANNA HOCS S I I W wlfwm ul nj ww WWW! A "The most useless day of all is that in "We read the world wrong and say that it deceives us" ERNEST A. HOLCONIB W W jg IL MMM 'Vw' Hofsssfs jMJfLfIV DAVID H. HUSSONG "What a labyrinth!" wi W MC! I DWJL KATHY LYNNE JACKSON V, ant to laugh while the laughing is asy. I want to cry and make it worth , ' while. I may never ass this way again." , . WMUEP V W A E MAFIIEEZI which we have not Iaughed." GARY PAUL HUTCHINSON 72 PAUL H. JACQUELIN SUSAN JAMES .,Sue., EDWARD Fl. JOHLMAN "Randy" "He who doesn't because he can't or couldn't, won't when he would because then he shouIdn't." THOMAS MICHAEL JERMINE "Love cannot be begged, bought, borrowed, or stolen, It can only be given away." +0 L,.,J 4- -14, Qc, uf Q V 0.lsuc,,!5 wut-F ML SGJCIQWX SUSAN JENKS 502152 MJQNLLLXZA .'lf you love sornething, set it free S +00 ect lf it returns, at IS yours If not, it never was." yadf 5 WAS GARY E. JOHNS "Everything is funny as long as it happens to someone else." DAVID JOHNSON f RALPH s.JonoAN,Jn,6 y Q4 -X xg? 'ww K X ws Ca QL YO af ., No PX QQ- . xv Q QQ X x QW 54555 X? A266 0553 1 Q, CN DU X Q5 - 5' dll O' GA 'Y E Q XX Xffhqwe 9204 QR. EMAN KARAS AQQ , "Munchkin" "l shall leave, Tears will soon run in long rivers down my face and leave the vision Q clear for my hopes and dreams." WQ Q'rxQf D fqof' QQ Meevfllwflbfll 73 N VX - x XX X P occcg' QXQQCL 9' 'I 4 x.J dx V up Qmgkxsbixofg gyufllan 'bagel Qfggofjjb Qww MW RQ Qlwfl Qld , X Wkok pid AQ BRUCE JAY KATZMAN "God did not create woman from man's head that he should command her, but from his side, that she be near his heart." SUSAN M. KEEFE "Cutie" GLENN L. KELLER "Kong Killer" "What governs men is the fear of truth." ROBIN ANN KEATING "Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flower, we will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind. , "Erit" MARLENE ANN KEELEY "To love is nothing, to be loved is everything," RICHARD CHARLES KEANE something, but to love and be loved is JANE KENNEDY V 74 JAMES M. KENNEDY X limi W in ,K-1 L GREGORY PHILIP KIN "Preppie" "The future always arrives a little CAROL KESSES ive but littl when you give of X Q . vs . . your possession , it is when you give of yourse5f that o' truly give." X. my Ip I SELLA before you're ready to give up the present." ELLEN ELIZABETH KNOTT "His honor's linked unto his life: he that will seek the one must venture for the other, or lose both." Tatham KEVIN JOHN KORWEK "Life is beautiful if it's full of fun, but if you don't enioy yourself, why bother." Q-JI 0, Ofc STEVEN P. KOSHKO "Steve" 75 AMY M. KITAHATA "No man is an island, entire of itself. . . any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. . JUNE MARY KOLTERMAN "Hold fast to whatever fragments of love are left for sometimes a mosaic is more beautiful than an unbroken pattern." PAUL R. KOZOLIS HP. KI.. WILLIAM R. KUEHLEWIND Romans 8:28, Philippians 3:8-9. I3-21. "If at first you don't succeed, forget it. 'Oh my goodness!"' Paul Lynde. FRANK PAUL LAMONACA, JR, "Never pull a man's dreams out from under him, they may be the only things left holding him up." DAVID LAIRD "Chuck" LEONARD MICHAEL KYC Lenny" "Life is a' ' ' ' " journey not a destination CAROLE ANN KRYZNEL "Time flies, suns rise, and shadows fall. Let time go by. Love is forever over all." PAUL S. LANDFIY 76 PETER YUNG KWON "Roots of education are bitter but the fruits are sweet." LESLIE ANN LANDE "The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do." - KEVIN F. LANGAN .,Ski,. "Don't criticize others until you put yourself in their shoes." JOHN J LAVIOLETTE MARIAN MICHELE LANSING have learned to seek my happiness by limiting my desires, rather than in attempting to satisfy them." Mill ' CAROL DONNA LEARNED "Nothing gives one person so much .4-gm DAVID D. LAPALOIVIBARA ,,Lum,, "So the next time raindrops fail, if it makes you climb the wall, just think of green." DEBORAH SUE LEQUIRE advantage over another as to remain always cool and unruffled in all circumstances." KRISTINE LEOUIRE "Owe no man anything, but to love one another." PAUL ARTHUR LAVIOLETTE A X l MARY PATRICE LESIEUR "Patty" "You've got to get up every morning with a smile on your face and show the world all the love in your heart," -S14 . k SUSAN JEANNE LEWIS "Sue" "Tears are only drops, hearts do all the crying." f i ' ..V' ., . ,'f ' I . V.VV Ev' ' :V Q i- Enic NORMAN LINDBLOM V S A if i if "within him was the possibility of 1,ooo 1 4 - ix ways of life -- with the private ff N ' conviction that all were sheer ' yi , f s H 3 impossibilities." ' ' - -E1 HOSE LOMBARDI "Life is like wine it gets better as it ages." PAULA LOSCHIAVO ' "Peanut" "A person is not judged by how much he loves, but by how much he is loved." 78 NANCY J. LIBSON "Nothing is lost on him who sees." NANCY LYNN LINGER "Bless the beasts and the children, fi in this world they have no voices the have no choice." CYNTHIA ANN LUKENS "lf I had a loaf of bread, I'd sell half of it, and buy flowers to feed my soul." THOMAS RICHARD LUNEBURG "Everyone alive must be a little insane because if they weren't, they'd have committed suicide a long time ago." MARK KARL LYDELL JOHN L. MAIOCCO "The trouble saying nothing is the trouble, is that it is true: the trouble is nothing - nothing I can put into words." riff x Q- JOHN EDWARD MADZIK "Buddy" "The only way you will get ahead is to work hard." If N BARRY JON MALE . "Barr" "The greatest and noblest pleasure a FRANCES JEAN MALIN "You bruise me I bruise ou we both I Y , bruise too easily to let it show: I love you and that's all I know." A man ca have in this world is to discover new truths." Ilmf 'J WIN JOHN PHILIP MANGELS "Happy tomorrow, today's already shot." Qltvxlu A fxhl GEORGE MANGUILLI "Do not wish to be anything but what you are, and try to be that perfectly." i- OJ ,S IXQQZVWVQZJ UIJAU will rf 'GTR riff 79 556 XXXL gfxl 6760 We XVU Xl off' PATRICIA ANN MARANGELL "lf a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away." Henry David Thoreau ROBERT C. MARRA What! Shall this speech be spoke for our excuse? Or shall we on without apology?" Shakespeare CLIF MASCIA "Hot flash" "Why is there jack? All bad things come to an end." JOANNE DENISE MARINO ANTHONY MARK MARINUZZI ,.Tony., JULIE ANN MASON "lf you keep a green bough in your heart the singing bird will come." Chinese proverb 80 LORRAINE NANCY MAS "Lorrie" "There is nothing as comforting as child's laughter: even at your sadde moments he will make you smile." JOHN VINCENT MASSELLA, JR. "Koochie" "It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not." ANTHONY LOUIS MASSINI, JR "Tony" "No people do so much harm as thos e who go about doing good." BRUCE EDWARD MASSIE "HeadIess' "Let's haul JANETTE MATTHEW ' "It's not you that's crazy, it's the world " T T LISA ELAINE MATTHEWS "You are the sunsh ine of my life" PATRICK MCCARTHY - KATHERINE ELLE N MAUREFI "Kathy" "Beauty is in yourselft good deeds happy thoughts that repeat themselves in your dreams, and in your work " DANIEL WILLIAM MCDONALD "Danny" "Live every day as if it were your last for one day you'II be right " CLAUDIA MCCOFIMACK 81 NANCY EILEEN McFAFlLAND "lt was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness." NANCY ELLEN MCGALLIARD "One day with life and heart is more than time enough to find a world." JAMES MCKENNA BARBARA ELLEN MCINERNEY "Barb" "I can and I can't, I will and I won't, I'II be damned if I do, I'll be damned if I don't." FRANK MELILLO NANCY J. MELILLI "Nance" "Never pull a man's dreams outfrom under him, they may be the only support he has!" CANDIS MARIE McKEOWN "Candy" "Love sought is good, but given unsought is better." - Shakespeare 82 "Spede" GARY D, MELILLO "Live today, for tomorrow may never come," PAMELA ANN MELILLO "lf you love something you must let it go freep if it returns then it ls yours, but if it doesn't it never was" ,9- CYNTHIA Louise iviiLi.ER "candy" THOMAS J. MIANZO "You may say l'm a dreamer but l'm not the only oneg I hope someday you'll join us and the world will live as one." John Lennon RAYMOND JAY MELILLO ..Ray,. "Some men see things as they are and ask why. l dream things that never were and ask why not." SCOTT BROMLEY MILLER "Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow," Ns I-'iw SALVATORE MIDOLO "Gumba" Ai foo" RICHARD HENRY MILONE "Hit" "People who live on hope will die fasting." "Give me the faith of awareness of beauty everywhere, Eyes to see, ears to hear - An open heart to care." LM' 'i 5 Am. VICTOR L. MITCHELL "The finest art, the most difficult to learn 41 is the art of living." 83 MAFIYANN MONIELLO "Nlony" "l love friends for DOI only what they are but for what they are when l'm with them." PETER DENNIS MORICO "The sweeper" SUSAN ELIZABETH MORSE "Let your hope keep you joyful, be patient in your troubles, and pray at all times." CLIFFORD C. MOFKEHOUSE, JR. ,.Kip,. "Eddie" ALEX J. MORGILLO EDWARD JOHN MORRELL CAROLYN MULVEY "Mulv" "A smile means nothing but creates much." 84 ROSEMARY MULVEY "Rose" "Where to now, Lor?" .,,. PAMELA ANN MUNSON "Kindness in thinking creates confidence, kindness in thinking creates profoundness, kindness in giving creates love." ROBERT MICHAEL NAPPE "Love is Life and Life is Love." JOHN F. MURPHY "Muff" "Climb far, your goal the sky, your aim the star." ..BOb,. X KATHLEEN MARY NESTER CAROL ANNE NIEBACKER "Thoughts and dreams are subject to no rule - on them rests the freedom of man to do as he alone wishes." 85 EDWARD LOUIS NADEAU "This school has made me teach myself a lot about Life. l regret leaving all my friends, and wish everyone good luck." THOMAS J. NERREAU JR. "One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, one ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them." DEBRA ANDREA NOCCIOLETTI "Doobie" "Once you find a love, it is hard to forget a love without another love." REMO RICHARD NOONAN "Noodles" The height you reach in life is all in your head." JOHN F. NUTILE III man' man who looks a man right between t eyes." KENNETH J. NORUP "Ken" "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." KEVIN THOMAS O'BFllEN "O,B." "There's two places where you know what you'll do - in your head and in your heart." your tears will not allow you to see the SUSAN NOTARO .,Sue,. "In the mountains, in the cities, you can see the dream. Look around you, has it found you? ls it what it seems?" JACK O'DONNELL LEE ANN OLSON ' If you cry because of losing the sun, stars " EUGENE J. O BRIEN ..Bear.. With every step forward a new horizon appears. 86 PAUL J ORTOLAN . JUL rwfiwo, MM GEFIALYN ANN ORTS x I 9, tQ4,vv0i?yxFD we ilxffo will if "The only way to have a friend is to be a friend," NICHOLAS PAPA "Nick" I don't hold grudges because life is too short to keep them. MARIA ANN PAPA Chucky ANNETTE MARIE PAPA "Life can be meaningless without love and laughter," MICHAEL GEORGE PARADIS "May the peace of the Lord be with you always." , fl STANLEY EMILIO PAFIESE "No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the MAFIIANNE VALARIE PAPA "All can hear, but only the sensitive can understand" . . . Kahlil Gibran American people." MICHAEL PARISELLA "Fellows who have no tongues all eyes and ears." JOHN L, PASCARELLA The best thing about the future is that it comes day by day." DAVID PATU RZO are often DEBORAH ANN PARLATO "Parlots" "To hurt someone you love is easier than to hurt someone you hate." DEBORAH ANN PAROLISE ,,Deb.. "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen nor touched but are felt in the heart." THOMAS PATINO KATHRYN VIRGINIA PAULSON "PeopIe often change, but memories of people can remain." 88 DIANE ELIZABETH PEARCE "lt is not the possession of good things which brings happiness - it is the ability to enjoy what comes." JOSEPH PELOSO JR. "Shortstop" Q. Q , 4 MICHAEL JOSEPH PETFIICCIONE "Life is a series of surprises, and would not be worth taking or keeping if it were not." Emerson STN s,,' I ANTHONY T, DAVID B. PENDLETON PEFIFIOTTI JOAN MARY PETERSON LISA ANN PETFIILLO "Lee" . . but there never seems to be enough time, to do the things you wanna do, once you find them." Jim Croce 89 JACOUELYN ANN PEPE ,.Pep,, "Kindness in words creates confidence, kindness in thinking creates profoundness, kindness in giving creates love." ANN HARPER PHILLIPS "Love one another but make not a bond of love: let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls." KAREN ANNE PICAGLI "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail." JAMES H. POHLMAN F M, fs TPM 'T F " ROBYN ANN PINTO "The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay. Love isn't love till you give it away." KEVIN ROBERT PLISZKA MICHAEL PETER PHOTO "Bones" .Y . p Y I All remember what peace there may be in l L silence." WV "Go lacidl amidthenoiseandhaste and JUDY POSSIDENTE NPGS.. "One hundred whys and a million goodbyes, unfinished schemes and distantdreams,acircleofthingsgonebyf' 90 JOANNE POHLMAN "Jo Jo" L 6 ROBERTA ANN PROTO "Lighting" "lf you don't live your life while you're young you'll never really live." Nr KATHLEEN MA RGARET PRUNIER "Kathye" "Keep smiling - it makes people wonder what you've been up toll" "Life is not complete until you find DONNA A. PUTNEY "Putt" someone to share it with " LEWIS D. RACCIO "You can't always get what you want. ' But if you try sometimes, you just might find you'll get what you need " HEATHER MARY RANDALL "Climb far, your goal the sky, your aim the stars " KAREN RAPUANO "So you guys, what are you gonna do?" NANCY ELLEN REDMOUNT "Knowledge is proud that he has learned so muc h: wisdom is humble that he knows no more." GEORGIA REYNOLDS "George" "To love someone is to bid him to live and invite him to growl" MARGARET ELIZABETH REYNOLDS 91 GARY KEVIN RICE "A man of action, not words." JOHN W. ROSSOTTO "Sloth" "When you try your best, that is all anyone can ask for." JACOUELINE ANN ROCHE "Jackie" "And in the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, and the sharing of pleasures." JONATHAN WILLIAM ROSE "You can never plan the future by the past" THOMAS FIUDZINSKI KENNETH JAMES DANIEL RUPLEY 92 Lil Ru D SUSAN ANTHONY "Rock" LYNN FIOSADINA SALVATORE RUOCCO "Those who get what's coming to the are usually the most disappointed." ANGELA T. RUSSO 2. 2 DONNA A. RUSSO outh, even in its sorrows, always has a brilliancy of its own." ELLEN MARIE SALMON "Ange" "Too often we enjoy the comfort opinion without the discomfort of thought." J.F.K, .1 my . 'yfffi' . .1 r every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven." Q +- BARBARA LYNN SALLAK. "Murph" "The making of friends, who are real friends, is the best token we have of man's success in life." of GLENN J. RUSZCZYK SUSAN THERESA SALVATI "Sue Salamander" "Love is a present you can give, Every singie day you live." SUZANNE M. SACHSE "Love is a canvas furnished by nature and embroidered by imagination." ROSEMARIE SAMOSKY "Rosie" Live and Let Live. 93 A .4 ANTHONY J. SCAFARIELLO "Scaf-head" "The pack is back," "Flee away, my friend, and be like the roebuck, or the fawn of the hinds, upon MICHELE MEDINA SCHOMBURG "Moo" KAREN MARIE SIGNORE Hsig., "To love is nothing, to be loved is something, but to love and be loved is everything." "Sometimes you win, Sometimes you lose, sometimes the blues get a hold of LAURA JEAN SHABOTT the mountain of spices." LYNN MARIE SEOUINO "Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship, and it is far the best ending for one." GEORGE TIM SIMPSON EILEEN MARY SLATER you just when you thought you had JOSEPH D. SICIGNANO JR. .,Jay,. "How you use today will determine how tomorrow uses you." made it." 94 fan PAUL ANTHONY SLEDZIO NA "Sledge" "lf God be for us, who can be against us." "I have been one acquainted with the night. I have walked out in rain - and LAURA SUSAN SMITH "Smitty" "Tomorrow is something I may never see, so today I will live my life to its fullest, and be happy." BERIT EIKA SDRENSEN BENJAMIN ABRAHAM SOLNIT back in rain." SONYA ELIZABETH SMITH "I feel within me a peace above all earthly dignities, a still and quiet conscience." JOANNE ST. CLAIH ,.JoS,. "OnIy put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die left undone." MARTHA STANDISH SPIHO Y "The reason as to why, what I am and what I am not, rejoices, lies in the existence of only one." ELLEN M, STEPHENS . tomorrow see the things that never come today " Neil Young 95 if' EFIWIN STOCKMANN l PHIL M. STOCKMAN WILLIAM JOSEPH SUCHECKI FRANK SWARINGEN "Chopper" "The secret of success is the consistency of purpose." Myne. MICHAEL JAMES SWIATEK HSWYH 'Don't push me, l'm comln'." 96 PAUL JOSEPH STRATTON "Knucklehead" "Never explaing your friends don't need it, and your enemies won't believe it," CATHY SUCHY ,,Cat,, KIYOSHI TAMAGAWA "O my brave soul! O farther sail! O daring joy, but safe! Are they not all the seas of God? O farther, farther sail!" LORI BETH TANENBAUM "Friendship is like fine china: if it cracks, you can mend it, but the crack still remains." LYNN ANN TESTA "Nothing in life is to be feared: it is only to be understood," Marie Curie GAIL SUSAN TESTA "Catch your dreams before they slip away", . . WAYNE ERNEST TESTA SHARON LUCILLE THREADGILL Wisdom is the principal thing therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting get understanding ESTEBAN MARIO TETRAULT "l go not your way ye despisers of the body. . .Ye are no bridges for me to 'J the superman." "Thus spake V Zarathustra." 1 If DAVID TIFFANY DIANE LYNN TOMCZYK "The comfort of a friend may be taken away, but not that of having had one." 97 FRED F. TONDALO JR. "lf we are strong, our strength will speak for itself. If we are weak, words will be of no help." J.F.K. VINCENT VALENTINO LOUIS VISCIO .,l-ou., "How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it!" LYDIA BETH UFIIBE "The truest act of courage is to sacrifice ourselves in the non-violent struggle for just ice." Cesar E. Chavez . CARLA MARIE VIENS walk beside me and be my friend." S143 '-'xefyf' fgwx ' XQNUS Cb,,x:b-P y 150'Q x-'sera Qxci' 5' iw' J I ,55 . ,Vx 'S 1760, GYAXNK XXX rn xfpl ,pwx J N' '5' ef' -- C-'Xb r-Q1 Af I6-6 Lgzigxohftolx MARIANNE TONI VOLPE "The three essentials of happiness are: Something to do, something to love and something to hope for." 98 "Don't walk in front for I may not follow: don't walk behind for I may not Ieadp SUZANNE MARIE VALDEN "And let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing" Kahlil Gibran CHARLES WAFID 0ZJf'g6od gra me serenity to accept things I cannot ch e, courage to change things izid sdom to kn w he difference." ,J o oss y 62 'cf-' 95, ,rf 4- 22 JAMES JOHN WARZENIAK ,,Jay., "l am I, you are you, and if by chance we meet, it's bea utiful." DONNA LEE WETTSTONE "The most thoroughly wasted of all days is that on which one has not laughed." THEODORE JOSEPH WICKHAM .,Ted., JOHN JOSEPH WATERS Chamfort OANNE HOLLY WILBER J "Listen to them . . .Children of the night What music they makeI" Dracula, H951 99 MARK J. WEBER "Webs" "Now that it's all over and done, crawl to the sea, fly to the sun." EDWARD CHARLES WEZOWICZ "lnstead of doing things the way other people want it done, do it the way you feel it should be done." SCOTT GLENN WILCOX "Why should you worry about the futur when the future can't be changed. ELISA ANN WINSCO "Lisa" RICHARD KARL ZEENDER "Rick" "Being born we die, our end is the consequence of our beginning." DAVID MICHAEL WILKE "Wilk" "AII men errp but a good man yields when he sees his course is wrong and repairs the evil, the only crime is pride" WILLIAM HENRY JOHN WILLIAMS III "The mind has a thousand eyes, and the heart one: yet the light ofa whole fr' life dies when love is gone " GEORGE T. WILLIAMS "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven." Eccles. 3:1 DREW P. WOODING "Seems so close But ever so far." 100 MARK P. ZAVOFISKAS JUDY ANN MARIE ZINGARELLA "Something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for, are the true essentials of a happy and meaning life." FRANCES HAGLUND If you love something, set it free, if it comes back - it belongs to you, if it doesn't, it never did. if . ,yu .090 This summer, as an A.F.S. exchange student I lived in lsfahan, Iran. My family there, the Chehrazis, consisted of six people: my two parents and my four brothers, who ranged in age from eight to twenty-two. lt's difficult for me now to explain the type of relation- ships that developed between me and my Iranian family. People are often shocked when they hear me refer to "my mother and father" or my "brothers". Yet these are the words which best describe how we grew to feel about each other. We still maintain a steady correspon- dence, as I'm sure we will for many years. Two of my brothers hope to come here soon to study, and I hope that somehow in the next few years I will be able to return to lsfahan. Living in Iran for two months was the greatest learn- ing experience in which I have ever been involved. I'm grateful to A.F.S. for having provided me with this oppor- tunity. John LaViolette. For those of you whom I didn't meet this year I had better introduce myself. My name is Berit and I was this year's A.F.S. exchange student from Denmark When I started applying for an A.F.S scholarship in September 1973, I had no idea that I was coming to North Haven. Indeed, my first words when I heard I was coming here were: "Connecticut? Where is that? This year l'm living with the McGalliard family at 6 Maplecrest Lane. lt has already given me a lot of experi ences. It was quite a change to suddenly get two new "sisters" my own age, Nancy a senior and Lynn a junior since I'm used to being the oldest of four children North Haven High School is very different from my school in Denmark. I'm accustomed to taking ten non selective courses, mostly science and math which left almost no free time. Here, l only take six courses of my own choice. I have enjoyed the free periods very much - it has given me time to talk to friends write letters study, etc. rides, talks, good times, etc. 'I 'I shown me American life. My address: Berit Eika Sorensen Solbakken 11, Gjellerup 101 7 400 Herning Denmark Tlf: O7-116415 I'm often asked in which ways Danish youths are duff erent from Americans. 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J. oecusani, Paul Lavioieue, Biii Buick, Michael Paiaseiia, Tony Fioriiio, Rich iviiione, Kevin O'Brien, Ron Chieffo, Tim Jermain, Jeff Crowell, John Maiocco, Jim Dowers, Bruce Katzman, Tom Follo, Michael Brangi, Bob Fers, Paul Strtton, Bill Kern, Bill Williams, Peter Crowell, Jon Rose, Michael Paradis, Stan Parese, Paul Householder, Michael Proto, Joe Manguilli, Dean Phillips, Robert Baptie, Brian Heery, Richard Alongi, Vincent DeLucia. Fencing Club Mr. Robbins, Sonya Smith, Shelly Thompson, Jean Antaki, Candy McKeown, Carla Veins, Chris Fleming, Barbara Jo Hagiland, Katy Cornish, Peter Kwon. 134 White Tiger Karate Club Bruce W. Smith, Eric Lind- blom, Chris Dahl, Carol Johnsen, Scott Hart, Donn Castonguay, Mark Herrick. Ski Club Mr. Pesticci Officers: Pete Ferranti, Georgie Esposito, Robin Casman Executive Committee: Lisa Bernardo, Alyssa Esposito, Judy Brockett, Pete Ferranti, Georgie Esposito, Robin Casman, Anne Marie Demetz, George Williams, Debbie Norcia, Mark Weins, Ron Chieffo, Maura Curran, Don Colantonio, Lisa Bernardo, Judy Brockett, Eric Fargo, Chuck Ward, Janice Goward, Jim Goward, Jan Kaplan, Cindy Lein, Gail Jansen, Pam Wilke, Wilda Gibson, Tom Follo, Chris Dziallo, Betsy Gosselin, Lyn Robinson, Rich La France, Chris Fherman, Brete Miensen, Pam Cole, Art Alexander, Mike Parisella, Tina Piscitelli, Dawn Ciarleglio, Suzanne Reid, Cathy Hopperstad, Denise Bodwell, Beth Finley, Worth David, Paul Stratton, Jon Rose, Jack Murphy, Sarah Child, Dean Philips, Diane Gresto, Kathy Fiasconaro, Roseann Palmieri, Chris Carpenter, Diana Seder, Bob Carpenter, Eileen Johnson, Mary Greenwald, Donna Savino, Lauren Fleilly, Cheryl Porter, Elise Rormichella, Kelly Coon, Mare Goldstein, Krystyna Dzalo, James Gonard, Tony Cretella, Anthony Massaro, David Montseei, Gene Luziette, Mark Bonitasta, Bob Cronin, Bob Brown, John Mulvaney, Ann Roche, Bill Buick, Georgie Esposito, Robin Casman, Pete Ferranti, Alyssa Esposito. 135 Pep Club Ms. Nappe, Sharon Threadgill, Michelle DiLeva, Co-presidents Mau- reen O'Donnell, Maura Fitzgerald, Maura O'Brian, Sue Fragola, Dawn Ciarleglio, Linda Krampitz, Eileen Johnson, Karen Manemeit, Judy Papolizo, Charlene Collins, Kerrie Dawes, Laurie Glenn, Stephanie Parker, Donna Dunhan, Sarah Coulston, Krystal Hickcock, Meg Martin, Karen O'Hare, Kathy Regan. 4 Indianettes Ms. Nappe A Group of spirited and enthusiastic girls whose goal is to spread school spirit. Ann Vitale, Captain Cheryl Rebeschi, Marsha Corniello, Roxanne Delise, Kathy Fiasconaro, Beth Guckin, Hope Hlinka, Debbie Lein, Brenda Lynch, Diane Gresto, Gail Terry, Mary Pohoda, Lori Tammaro, Roseann Palmieri. 136 rl i ' t A - 5 Nursing ASSlSi8I'1lS Mrs. Borkowski Students who volunteer 60 hours each as nursing assistants at the Meriden-Wallingford Hospital and Arden House Convalescent Home. Theresa Biandillo, Debbie Bogaert, Vera Buckmiller, Beth Caldwell, Robin Casman, Claudia Chester, Sandra Clark, Sue Connell, Lenore Consiglio, Mary Conte, Pam Cozzolino, Lenore DiVinero, Debbie Docknevich, Chris Falcigno, Sharon Esposito, Diane Guarino, Kathy Jackson, Mary Lascelles, Carol Learned, Barbara Ludovico, Kathy Maurer, Karen Meeneghan, Carol Studeflt SpeZ'lk6l'S Society Miss Johnson The Student Speakers Society is a group dedicated to the furthering of students' un- derstanding of public and international affairs. To meet this goal they attend the Harvard and Yale Model Congress annually. They prac- tice debating bills and resolutions regularly to stimulate logical thought and ease in public speaking. Jean Antaki, Alison Baerman, Betty- Anne Beale, Ray Bershtein, Kim Caldwell, Peggy Clarke, Jane Connelly, Georgie Esposito, Chris Fleming, Ruth Krigbaum, John LaViolette, Les Munson, Linda Noyes, Dean Phillips, Ellen Salmon, Shelly Thompson, Lydia Uribe, Chairman - Mark Weins, George Williams, Martha Odaynik. 137 DECA Mr. Burt, Cheryl Christie, President John Chillemi, Vice President Joanne Haggerty, Secretary Lee Olson, Treasurer Phyllis D'Eugenio, Laura Cuomo, Jane Kennedy, James McKenna, Rose Samosky, Vinnie Valentino, Ken No- rup, Peggy DeRusso, Maria Papa, Dan Mezick, Mike DeMusis, Sal DeLucia, Don- na Buehler, Robert Palum- bo, Pam Armstead, Laurie DeSena, Lynn-Fredricksen, Tom Soboleski, Ann McFar- land, Carol Giordano. FBLA Mr, Nigro, Marianne Papa, President Bill Wil- liams, Vice President Gail Verdi, Secretary Carol Ber- nasconi, Treasurer Nancy Fredericks, Recorder Lor- raine Fusco, Delegate at Large Stanley Parese, Dele- gate at Large David Benoit, Kathy Buick, Debbie Car- bonella, Lisa Chapelle, Cindy Eicholtz,CinciyJones, John Maiocco, Kathy Me- gill, Rosemary Mulvey, Sue Notaro, Kevin O'Brien, Jo- seph Peloso, Donna Putney, Marie Serio, Eileen Slater, Laura Smith, Janice Flood. Modern Dance Mrs. Jenschke, Pat Le Sieur, President Terry Florio, Secretary Dianne Salvati, Sue Salvati, Lisa Colavolpe, MaryAnn Baily,Pam DiNuz- zo, Pam Cole, Liz Powell, Sue Mulcahey. Driver Traffic Safety Education Mr. Cavaliere, The North Haven High School lN.H.H.S.l Driver Traffic Safety Education lD.T.S,E.l program is constantly ex- panding to meet the needs of the student body. Under the direction of lVlr, Louis Cavaliere and instructors Mr. Anthony Antonelli, Timothy Connell, Robert DeMay0, James Dowers, and Frank Lesieur. The program offers both classroom and behind-the-wheel phases to all eligi- ble youths. The program prides itself in the integration and variety of the material, based upon the latest re- search, presented to all the students. High praise for the quality of the course has been received from the state, local police departments, administrators, parents, and students. ltalian Club Miss Carlotto, Donna Mari- nuzzi, Phyllis Marinuzzi, A.J. DeCusati, President Tom Folio, VicePresident Da- nette Carboni, Treasurer Lori DeSena, Secretary Laura Gilson, Tom Ryan, Mi- chelle DiLeva, Mike Weed, June Baiocchi,EmilyAscari, Elaine D'Amato, Danny McGowan, April Milione, Robert Nappe,Holly DeMar- tino, Tony Cavallaro, Joe Rebeschi. F.l.D.L.E.R. Anne-Marie Demetz, Editor, Joey Brumbaugh, Co-editor, Jean Antaki, Emily Frei, Frank Funaro, Barby Gall, Maggie Gosselin, Johanna Hocs, Carol Johnson, Amy Kitahata, Ellen Knott, John LaViolette, Nancy Libson, Nancy Red- mount, Sonya Smith, Berit Sorensen, George Williams, Mari Kitahata. I 140 French Club Mrs. Diamond, Candy McKeown, Nancy McGalIiard, Frank Funaro,Joey Brumbaugh, Ben Solnet, Anne-Marie Demetz, Sonya Smith, Nancy Libson, Jean Antaki, Lisa Freije, Nancy Redmount. 141 A Latin Club Miss Casper, The Latin Club is cocurricu- lar. All Latin students be- long to it and may participate in any of its ac- tivities. Plans for this year included gravestone rub- bing, Roman banquets, and museum trips. In 1972, sev- eral members ofthe current senior class accompanied the club to Rome. Handball Club Miss D Zahariades, Eric Lindblom Dahl, Dave Hussong. il ChOI'US Ms, Breisch, Joe Annunziata, Terri Augur, Anita Bacchi, Helen Betzner, Cobey Bogaert, Brian Berns, Mike Calabrese, Dan Carman, Maria Carofano, Sandy Carrone, Sarah Coulston, Kerri Dawes, Cathy Day, Laura Derisi, Donna Dunham, Dennis Dunn, Beth Finley, Maura Fitzgerald, Lissa Fletcher, Kurt Ginter, Juli Gould, Monica Hatch, Jeff Hickerson, Debbie Holton, Ed Hunt, Patty Jackson, Allison Kelsey, Lisa Kiewra, Jane Korwek, Linda Krampitz, Judy Landry, Tom Lewis, Linda Longley, Pat McNally, Jim Marhevka, Jenny Meikle, Maureen O'Donnell, Karen O'Hare, Mary Palmieri, Stephanie Warker, Kathy Regan, Lisa Rotundo, Mike Sbabo, Darlene Stellato, David Tate, Barbara Thomas, Mark Whipple, Alexia Woliver, Caryl Jansen, Karin Casfellano. 142 Captain John Madzik, Kit AFTTGHCSD Field S6l'VlC6 Tim Alstrum, Jennifer Baerman, Dave Balletto, Dawn Bartlett, Gayle Bartlett, Ray Bershtein, Donna Biondillo, Linda Boltman, Kim Buongirno, Marcia Carafano, Danette Carboni, Robin Casman, Ron Chieffo, Sandy Clark, Cathy Clarke, Treasurer Dave Clarke, Don Colontonio, Jane Connolly, Pam Cozzalino, Charmy Cutler, Elaine D'Amato, Joe DeRisiA, Lori DeSena, Vice President Michelle DiLeva, Barbara Eckert, Harry Erba, Ava Esposito, Georgie Esposito, Peter Ferranti, David Fink, Christine Fleming, Elise Formichella, Lori Fritts, Mary Gambardella, Peg Gorman, Debbie Gott, Laurie Grillo, Frances Haglund, Scott Hart, Pam Haury, Gail Jansen,Jan Kaplan, EmilyKnonpacke, Lynn Kopf, Mary Kramarczyk, Ruth Krigbaum, John LaViolet, Sue Leary, Vivian Lee, Linda Longley, Fran Malin, Lorrie Mas,JuIie Mason, Karen Mason, Kim Mason, Lynn McGaIIiard, Janet Melilli, Kathy Mravic, Sue Mulcahey, Ellen Nelson, Libby Nelson, Debbie Norcia, Linda Noyces, Dan O'Hare, Meg Palma- tier, Tim Palmatier, Mary Palmieri, Cindy Pelley, Cheryl Porter, Ann Roche, Greg Rubino, Kim Russell, Secretary Ana Russo, Donna Sault, Alice Steeves, Berit Sorensen, Shelley Thompson, Kathy Tyrell, Dave Weins, Mark Weins, President Dave Wilke, Cathy Williams, Roberta Wysock, Amy Yudkin. Film Club Mr. Lozowski, Richard Lenoce, Marc Gold- stein, Mike Calabrese, Jeff Bialechi, Chris Carpenter, Dave Ryan, Peter Kwon, Daniel O'Hara. 143 TOl'Ch Mrs. Frishman,Jean Antaki, Pam Brown, Jean Callello, Daniel Carmen, Krys Dzialo, Lauri DeSena, Linda Ferricci, Debbie La- Fogg, John Muloaney, Wendy Melillo, Martha Ody- nik, Monica Stanford, Dar- lene Kubeck, Debbie Gott, Linda Boltman, Julie Ma- son, David Thompson, Anita Steves, Ann Benedetti, Ali- son Guertin, Maria Carafa- no, Darlene Stellato, David Tate. lk0n Pl'eSS Chris Dahl, Nora Norback, Maggie Gosselin, Eric Lindblom Dave Hussong, Sheri Thompson, Ed Falsey. SACHEM Lynn Sequino, Judy Possidente, lVlary-El- len Early, Marian Lansing, NancyMcFarland,JuIieIVIa- son, Eman Karas, Robin Keating, Patricia Marangell, Ann-Marie Demetz, Cynthia Lukens, Debbie Parolise, George Williams, David Wilke, Tom Hannon, Art Alexander, CLASS INDIVIDUAL - ERIC LINDBLOM NTB XALADRQ'-NA 9 W MOST DRAMATIC - KATHLEEN NESTER AND STEVEN GALE '75 WHO'S WHO MQST ARTISTIC - GERALYN ORTS AND DAVID FINK 146 4- if gl ijww CLASS CLOWN - ANNE IEZZI AND TOM MIANZO Q FRIENDLIEST - MIKE PHOTO AND EMAN KARAS 147 MOST GULLIBLE - ROBIN KEATING AND MARC HECKER CONSTANT ARGUERS - BARBARA ESPOSITO AND BOB NAPPE 148 MOST CLASS SPIRIT - PATTY LESIEUR AND VINNIE BALLETTO , .',,. P II .I H 5? I ,..,I A dwg Q gf? it K Z MOST CHEERFUL - LENORE DlvERNlERo AND GARY ance as .., " 1 E "gr ' 5 'lil "1 'w'e Mtn! , WIIIHTVMQ ,,, -. .::' 7"u"'?J' L 'rf - ' ll ul Q K +4 ash 4 ,T ti' , T by 4 7 gifgmyaizss -2 ..,':1,'f:' 112 , " ' " i i 'Q?9,lf7E.fiN'f1"KffiLvZfQj5j,,,. 7195,-'4uFi!Eii55!v2g2tQSgQ5f4 kswsf. , 1 , ,wkauyfugax llwwwhmamaaxl i1Pl?925L?ii??fS?i3Qii0 Miilliifzhfxi 1530 wlii '53iifN53 an- ,, ,sv-new nun: ,, mggg, V ,V we f MOST ATHLETIC - JACKIE ROCHE AND A.J. DECUSATI TEST - AMY BARBATO AND KENNY DIPPOLD 529 aa F2 quam,- Q 'Y 1 , H GREG KINSELLA AND KAREN FERRUCCI I MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED - SHARON THREADGILL, FRED TONDALO NICEST SMILE - JUDY POSSIDENTE, JEFF CFIOWELL, AND LISA PETFIILLO A W "W-'1'.7" SEXIEST - LISA WINSCO AND BILL AVEFIY v 1 V 1 I-If-if V , rf ,q , , , N f on , fu aM CLASS FLIRTS - NIARLENE ASID AND JON ROSE -1'L OUIETEST - SUE JAMES AND BARRY MALE i i i CLASS COMPLAINER - CHERYL CHRISTIE AND MARK HERRICK 'Hr 153 '45 CLASS SCHOLARS - TOM LUNEBURG AND JULIE MASON 5 ACCOMPLISHED MOST FOR CLASS - BILL WILLIAMS AND LISA FREIJE 154 LASS MUSICIAN - KlYOSHI TAMAGAWA AND CONNIE GEANAKOPLOS SPDRTS :ff ,, 2 -. , uw: -43' M " ,,4..g -',fwfCwfyx iw,,5A,v-. ' T-nlf"'f'vj'3 ygff? Mg. ww-,, f , - ' ' N la - tix X 'id-I' nip 1 N lgma, 1 94 x wa- X Vzi-hx?-' ,.k J, I I fr FOOTBALL Seniors on the 1974 squad from left to right- FRONT ROW: Rich Milone, Bob Nappe, Mike Brangi, Captain John Maiocco, Greg Kinsella, Ken Dippold. BACK ROW: Bill Avery, Paul Stratton, A.J. DeCusati, Tim Germaine, Ken Grasso, Jim Dowers, Bill Chaplin, Bruce Katzman. ir ww: The J.V. and Varsity Football Team From left to right FIRST ROW: Tom Barry, Brian Brangi, Bill Avery, A.J. DeCusati, Paul Stratton, Rich Milone, Bob Nappe, Mike Brangi, Captain John Maiocco, Ken Dippold, Jim Dowers, Bill Chaplin, Greg Kinsella, Bruce Katzman, Tim Germain, Paul Householder, Gary DeMayo, Tony Palotto. SECOND ROW: Coach Mauro Suraci, Manager Stacy Rice, Head Coach Bob DeMayo, Vin DeLucia, Bob Fers, Myron Esdaile, Dave Miller, Joe Manguilli, Bill Kern, Mike Elia, Dave DePaoIa, Chuck Milione, Lou Fronte, Ken Grasso, Guy Cattaruzza, John Gentile, Joe Orts, Coach Bob Carrano, Coach Ed Manjuck, Manager Phil Brudz. THIRD ROW: Chuck Adinolfi, John Esposito, Mike Beauvais, John Daily, Bill Seif, Mike Glynn, Walt Nester, Chris Griffin, Joe Cocchiaro, John Williams, Rick Kohane, Dan Gannon, Reggie Fitzmaurice, Mike Mendillo, Nick Valone, Rich Maiocco, Bill Donlen, Larry Manguilli. 158 , 4 A A TheCoaches:Coach MauroSuraci, Coach Bob Carrano, Coach Ed Captain John Maiocco. Freshman Football Team - FIRST ROW from left to right: Kevin DeMatteo, Ken Mappa, Ed Holcomb, Art Erickson, Bob Budney, Roy McDonald, Ed Suraci, Dave Dauria, Frank Fazzino, Ed Fitzgerald, Mike Finoia, Brian Comer, Dave Ferraiuolo. SECOND ROW: Coach Chuck Sizemore, Ed Lesi, Karl Taylor, Bill Sims, Walter Pethick, Dave Herlihy, Chris Gellnas, Bob Pethick, John Teixeita, Chris Murray, Jeff Hickerson, Coach Larry Bencivengo. THIRD ROW: Tony Basilicato, Brian White, Brian Lesieur, George Melillo, Dan Leisneski, Ed Hunt, Joe Lion, Mike DePaola. '- Manjuck, and Head Coach Bob DeMayo, 1974 Football Statistics Offensive Statistics PLAYER CARRIES TOTAL YARDS YARDS PER CARRY TOUCHDOWNS Householder 96 408 4.0 4 Kinsella 85 341 4.0 6 DeMayo 84 291 3.5 5 Avery 34 106 3.0' 1 Brangi 9 26 2.9 0 DePaola 8 15 1.9 0 Miller 4 12 3.0 1 Total 320 1198 17 PASSING PLAYER ATTEMPTS COMPLETIONS TOTAL YARDS TOUCHDOWNS INTERCEPTIONS Miller 185 65 1070 8 13 Donlan 2 1 10 0 1 Total 187 66 1080 8 14 RECEIVING PLAYER RECEPTIONS YARDS TOUCHDOWNS Maiocco 21 496 3 Avery 14 208 1 DeLucia 15 196 1 Kinsella 6 150 2 Householder 3 15 O Brangi 2 22 0 DePaola 3 10 O DEFENSIVE STATISTICS INTERCEPTIONS NUMBER OF PLAYER INTERCEPTIONS Dippold 5' Elia 2 Grasso 1 Maiocco 1 'Ties school record 159 4 wlwg KW' .4 s f' 4 , I Q' 'X N - . ' .. i R x A. ,ae QI? sn 2 are ,Q ' F' Q 9 g. f K X N. r ' x 4. .A , wk ,X if -A . ' Q9 '1 ' 92' gg 1 s Mr. DeMayo's first season as the head coach of football was somewhat encouraging. The team ended up with a record of three wins and eight losses, improving last year's mark of 1-6-3. Paul Stratton was selected for the All-Housatonic League first team while Bob Fers, A.J. DeCusati, Ken Grasso, John Maiocco, and Bill Avery all received honorable men- tions. Paul Stratton and A.J. DeCusati also received honorable mentions for the All-State Football Team, which is quite a feat for players on a squad with a losing record. This year the balloting for the "Most Valuable Player" was so close that two players, John Maiocco and Ken Grasso, received the award. The "Sportsmanship Award" went to Greg Kinsella. Coach DeMayo hopes to have a strong team for the '75 season by using his four captains, Vin DeLucia, Myron Esdaile, Paul Householder, and Joe Manguilli, to spearhead the attack. , X 4 , ' .. Rx... KK A is Nkf: dmv, T K GE .rw .. I 165 FIELD HOCKEY The Girls' Field Hockey Team was once again coached by Betsy Gilmartin. The team finished its season with a 8-4-2 record. The captains were Jack- ie Pepe and Lisa Petrillo. This year three girls, Lisa Petrillo, Ann Roche, and Lisa Erbe, were selected Honorable Mention to the All-Housatonic League Team. Freshman Ann Roche led the team in scoring with 15 goals and Junior Sally Erikson scored 6 goals. The defense totalled 6 shut-outs, with goalie Lisa Petrillo making 70 saves. As a whole the team finished this year ranking 11th in the state. Field Hockey Team Picture BACK ROW left to right: Debbie Silingo, Lisa Erbe, Martha Odaynik, Alison Patch Sally Erikson Ann Roche Eileen Benson Mary Lou Oslln Jane Korwek Debbie Dineen, Ann Johnson, Julie Lyons, Daren l-loma, Adrean Appel, Cindy Ferrara Laurie Gllbrlde Kathy Wettstone Judy Popollzlo Coach Betsy Gilmartin. FRONT ROW: Sue Caprio, Marge Erikson, Betsy Herlihy, Lisa Petrillo Jackie Pepe Jackie Roche Judy Possldente Batlna Yopp 166 4 I 2 lx... I 167 ' x ,-'fn ',. as 168 tttt 'fgt ' -1-' A VOLLEY BALL 'T' . NN :' ,L 'WI' J" ' L ... Varsity Team The Girls' Varsity Volleyball Team, coached by Judy Schiffer finished its season with an 11-1 record. The Captain was Barb Sallak and co-captain Kathy Maurer. This year the team was first in the Housy and they ranked fourth in the state. Barb Sallak was elected to the first string All-Housatonic League Team. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM BACK ROW left to right: Coach Judy Schiffer, Diane Hatch, Ellen Mandy, Kathy Maurer, Barb Sallak, Mary Conte, Lynn Sequino, Donna Putney, Berit Sorenson, Assistant Coach Pat Brozek. MIDDLE ROW: Julie Gould, Carol Jansen, Sharlene Collins, Tracy Gannon, Sue Swiatek, Amy Yudkin. FRONT BOW: Jane Connolly, Lisa Daniels, Barb Camera, Donna Parese, Donna Wettstone. 169 SOCCER Soccer '74 The 1974 Soccer team had a disappointing season this year, finishing with a record of three wins, six losses, and four ties. Although the team failed to qualify for post-season play, three of the players received recognition on the All-Housatonic League Soccer Team. Mike LeGates was selected for the first team, while Gary Rice and captain-elect Ron Chieffo were placed on the second team, In addition to the Housatonic team, Mike LeGates was also on the All-State Team. Jeff Crowell received the "Sportsmanship Award" and Ron Chieffo, the "Most Valuable Player" award. 1974 Soccer 1974 STATISTICS PLAYER GOALS ASSISTS TOTAL PTS, Mike LeGates' 8 1 17 David Montesi 4 2 10 Jeff Crowell 2 O 4 Ralph Volpe 1 1 3 Mike Gilbride 1 O 2 Ron Chieffo 1 O 2 Eric Forgo 1 0 2 Tony Massaro O 1 1 Average goals scored - 1.3 per game 'Mike LeGates set a school record with four goals in one game against Wilbur Cross. Goalkeeper Gary Rice Had an average of 1.0 goals against him per game while he accumulated four shutouts for the 1974 season. He holds the school record for career shutouts with a total of nine. 170 Team Picture From Left to Right- FRONT ROW: Mike LeGateS, Anthony Massaro, Worth David, John Arnone, Mike Parisella, Mike Sola, Captain Jeff Crowell, Captain Gary Rice, David Montesi, Jack Murphy, Eric Forgo, David Wilke, Don Colantonio, Ron Chieffo. BACK ROW: Coach Al Pesticci, George Barulli, Kirt Ginter, Bob Cronin, Rich Leibigir, Mike Gilbride, Jim Hunt, Ralph Vdlpe, Dean Phillips, David Holleran, Frank Furbush, Tony Fiorillo, Bill Buick, Tom Guertin, Brian Heery, Coach Joe Janush. Q K , 1 Q W L, ,' . ,,?, ,V W --'Q 1 J 1 if ' , .R . , 1 , - b 4 ,rv K , a ',-W, ,- ,fi , www --Q iw f A .,,. 'B QV- 'M ,J ' , M 225' f ff' aff "W W0 1 va an.. ., zsgf. -mm 1- ,, I ' LQWLLQ f 1552 5:14 N 172 -- 555: . .1 jg. 'Q 1 0 , k m Q S ' 173 NIAJORETTES The Nlajorette Squad this year consisted of nine girls. They all perform at home football games to the music of the Marching Band, and all home basketball games to more current songs. Under the supervision of Mrs. Bette Diver, the girls practice diligently throughout the year. They wound up the year's performances with a com- petition which was hosted by North Haven this past March. ,.'. 'pr ,fi 1 ft 'i K :Q 1 - , ff f 5 f ,Q f fpisf, it J A A e, N, 1 kg., , ,lf--5 1. K . i ni., , if A hx .l WE, 3.5 .,Lr V fi LW KL favhm , ,. A,V.,.,M., M . 5,4 Q 1, X., ,, ja . Hif i iv? ,, -e ' ,Q-ai'3qQ3"'Hss?3-132 N m f' . . f ' A T J ' if Q.":'-' 457 . tl, 'il' 1? J ' Qs :R , Q. - ltr 1 T .ff 1' ffir - if , 5 , if .lg,t11fJ -Ya-,vw--lf Liq , -dy,i,b.wi.!. ,.. 49,-3? 1-.W47'g,, " -.gYf9'R'.. are 1. Q I flag Q L ii k . - l Z' K ' T ' V "' " 'Q-13'-ssssqrf s ., ,"' K' -Q 1 lg: ' T sy a l s E 'V , l H 5 al , , ,L sas f- . X ' .., , ..f,i:wg,.:.g ff -7-w g . .. , - 5 r: A - A , k , ,'-:ay - 1ff1g.:,ig-.awigg h 5-2 iz-L g - - , - L1 1- . K 5 .ses me MX W rv, , , , h haw . gb s. w, 5 t wilf A . 'Milf serial ff-QQ-'g9?,-5,,,vM ,.,f.x:,.fa,L1 f M:--ss ,gf xwg. - L 15 -W , g,,1g',.ws K Q5 v i. "W-1.5-'Sip-, ..-.lifbtvsgws , Mm , 'k+Qk"N""', , 1 f. Ra-Pill' .N -. , - s.-"sm, w-,.,w- '- -,-2 ,q -fa -A 1 W 331 "Fri - ?"f"'f: " -r "'sf'si"K'. 'I 39- f ii"" '5 .sf K K ' . .-I Q-. nslirzsb, 174 Captain Kathleen Prunier Left to right: Patty Firulli, Gail Jansen, Lauren Fleilly, Kathy Glenn, Angela Russo, Lisa Carr, Laurie Bachmann, Captain Kathleen Prunier. Missing: Wendy Carpenter A- 5 ' 5 , if sig ,.Y:,H,g. : 1- wr as .e A .wi a A CROSS COUNTRY STANDING left to right: Coach Bob Tencza, Carl Borkowski, Rich Diana, Pete Crowell, George Nye, Dave Harple, Dennis Arnone. FRONT ROW: Tony Ruocco, Co-Captain John Rossotto, Captain Dave LaPalombara, George Glenn, Chris Oslin. Led by co-captains Dave LaPalombara and John Rossotto, the 1974 edition of the North Haven Cross Country Team compiled a fine 7-4 record with a 6-2 finish in the Housy League, good enough for its second consecutive second place finish in the highly competitive league. For the second year in a row, the team qualified Sth in the CIAC Sectional meet to compete in the CIAC LARGE School Championships. On an individual basis, many great performances were re- corded. The all-Junior trio of Rich Diana, Chris Oslin, and Pete Crowell proved to be one of the most formidable in the league. Diana and Oslin added to their individual credits by finishing 4th and 5th respectively in the League meet, being named All-Housatonic. This year's most valuable runner, Rich Diana, managed six first place finishes, a course record on North Haven's home course, and became the first individual for the Large School Championships. Coach Tencza was proud to count the following among team members: co-captain Dave LaPalombara", co-cap John Rossotto", Rich Diana", Chris Oslin", Peter Crowell', Dennis Arnone", Anthony Ruocco, George Glenn, Carl Borkowski, George Nye, and Dave Harple. 'Denotes Varsity Award Recipient Q 5 i-A A ,,.. , 14.1 , I :S w , m 178 x , Y, SWIMMING Donna Wettstone, Lori Buehler, Marian LaPresti, Tim Follo, Mike Sbabo, Jenny Meikle, Mark Levine, Tom Lewis, Sam Haag, Tim Palmetier, Cobey Bogart, Mike Maltese, Tom Gumbardt, Kurt Ginter, Paul Grimshaw, Dennis Parillo, Dennis Dunn, Bob Carpenter, Jim Gamache, Bob Peck, Keith Chapman, Tony Ruocco, Tony Massini, Co-Capt. Dave LaPolombara, Reggie Fizmorris, Conrad Piccirillo, Bob Milan, Coach Keough, Steve Mahon, Dave Clarke, Jim Hunt, Rich Reid, Alyssa Esposito, Betsey Tannenbaum, Pam Mazan, Vic Mitchel, Dan Fiasconaro, Dave Lamberti, Rich Lieberger, Gail Goldbloom, Peggy Goodwin, Sharon Gibbs, Terry Tedeschi, Missing: Co-Capt. Eric Lindblom, Lori Oliver, Kit Dahl, Steve Gale, Steve Steinberg, Steve, Goldbloom, Patty Firulli. The North Haven Swim Team fell below .500 for the first time in five years. This year's team finished with a 4-4 record in the T Housatonic League and 7-8 overall. North Haven did do very well in the recent league championships. In the 200 yard relay, they finished second in the league only 4!1O sec. off the school record. Members of the relay were: Co-Capts. Lind- blom and LaPolombara, R. Peck and S. Goldbloom. Steve Goldbloom set a new school record in the Fifty yard free style with a time of 24.16 sec. Eric Lindblom set a school record in the One hundred yard backstroke with a time of 1:O1.45. For the fourth straight year, North Haven placed first in the 1 meter diving class. 179 180 ,nuanc- anus- IH Varsity Maroon Squad - FRONT: Karen Butler and Cindy Savo. BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: Anita Gangi, Karen Meeneghan, Captain Geralyn Orts, Jill Garbero, Cindy Boifa. TOP ROW, Left to Flight: Lisa Gabriel, Captain Patty Lesieur, Lenore DiVerniero. CHEERLEADERS ,,.. .,.l T Yoo' 182 Q ana Q! J. V. Cheerleaders - Left to Right: Patty Parolesi and Andrea Fliggi, Linda Richitelli, Phyllis Marinuzzi and Laurie Pronto, Celia Byler and Captain Denise Clinton , QE ,C 4 , ,x l if ls 5 JL. I 183 Varsity White Squad - Left to Right: Maryann Bailey, Brenda Lofberg and Martha Corrozini, Pam DiNuzzo and Captain Cathyi Day, Linda Smith and Maura Curran From left to right FRONT ROW: Jack Murphy, Dennis Dellisola, Captain Greg Kinsella, Captain Mike Paradis, Assistant Captain Dan Nugent, Tom McClellan, Bob Baptie, Don LeHane. BACK ROW: Coach Robert Brown, Dave Murphy, Brian Mangan, Greg Davis, Dave Dauria, Bill Miller, Chris Dellavalle, Dave Lynch, Ralph DeMatteo, Joe Cusano, John Ramadei, Manager Brian Murphy, Pepe Amendola, Coach Frank Fiore, John Williams HOCKEY ci s'sf 3 gage D-we N157 3 H ff' - :F N ff' k ,X V ff jp V V , if 3 if i , '9- 35..- FB -sy Coach Robert Brown, Captain Greg,KinsQlla, Captain MikeVBaraglis,Assistant Captain Dan Nugent and Coach Frank Fiore. V 11' mg ty" V X ,N ay' Q., V Q ,L N V lkjj l, -L V H il VV XV V M,ti,V V , jf V V i :V 4 it " f Q 4.1! , , Q ft he .M M V M , V V ' l we -'eff' , ' A I ry il QV 3 V , ,'i?m , w 'wf' 5 , V V' ,HM 9 , ,. ,y,,,,.VEV . V .VV .VV I V VAVVV ,vm 1 A, . H VV VN V V' ' V V UVM VV AV VA, ,V P-ra' " V KV ,,'. ,ff H- ,,,,,.:,,, - 1 " ,, ' iw-,,,, in A , ,V t V - . f", ' 5 ',', ',.'A, , ,, 4 X V 3 - W Lf V. V A , , .,g:,., xg, 5- nfs' A V , VV Vr yt Q , ,,., V lp , V Vp, V VV W '0' M ' . " " "" ',,, . ' " V. A 'oi vm AM VV 5 Q, K V9V , , 1 A . V , V AV .N , it ,Vs , V,+ A V -19 V , Vps ' V- 18 H i 'V ' Q "ff" K :'i 214 I , Q . , , N V. 1 -M , -if 'S lx' af- . ' , ' F gl F .5 ,-4 , -F ' tm, ,, , , -, W, , ., , l , a F fff 5 A , - - f Q l ia ' I V: I Vs, t, ,V A5 W ,V ,, VM 184 iif Q iii Q at '9- Q.. i Nf5f-X lug ,Q ,N Q .W 3 7 , 31N if Nu bu. BASKETBALL BACK ROW: Coach James Andrews, Tom Follo, Greg Brozek, Kevin O'Brien, Kenny Tedeschi, Jack Urbanski, Coach James Kenny FRONT ROW: Manager Worth David, A.J. DeCusati, William Smith, Thomas Jermine, Captain Stanley Parese, Steven Petrillo, Chris David, Michael Proto BACK ROW: Coach James Andrews, Mike Glynn, Bruce Buff, Rich Parrett, Greg Brozek, Ken Tedeschi, Jack Urbanski FRONT ROW, left to right: Stacy Rice, Henry Terzcyk, Steve Petrillo, Bill Smith, Gary DeMayo, Peter Bennett 188 iq. Q 0 3 x A f - Q Y 1 QL e i A N X A Z .M ,,X: A -,-- H-mf xy Q, fm ,V,b A 89 Kevin O'Brien, N.H.H.S.' 4th highest scorer with over 700 pts, broke the record for the most field goals during a single game. Captain Stanley Parese J I I EU 1 r X 192 w 193 GIRLS BASKETBALL Jackie Roche - Capt., Jackie Pepe, Debbie Kruglik, Sally Erikson, Betsey Herlihy, Lisa Erbe, Sue Stefanowski, Sue Leary, Lynn Robinson, Patty Guadagno, Karen O'Brien, Ann Roche, Terry Carocari, Sue Swiatek, Donna Solecki, Wiida Gibson, Debbie Dinnean, Jane Korwek, Maura Fitzgerald, Cindy Ferrara 194 0 ? --Q.. 'Ita- 33 if -, , ll .. W!,,N,,,,f V 'X N 23 'fl 3 Y' J - KZ. Y yy , MW, H - 25 , 1 xg 42 , -2 Y S 4 41 196 Kate Baptie, Laurie Bisighini, Adrienne David, Gayle Grunsis, Allison Guertin, Debbie Redmount, Betsey Gosselin, Mary Greenwald, Ann Kotchian, Diana Seder, Miriam Tofig, Lauren David, Lisa Cafferty rs 5 fail 5 2 3 , i Ei 5 ' 197 198 ,,,,, , K WY, ,, xxx. ,LYLO f 4 -Q, Hg- .1.u'n,w.-' K.-jew: Y. .Q X , , -. tj.-fi f fm-P :-1... .sf-X w Q utg:i?ii5iiE5i?f- 'pai as ,N . , 13 'f ,-ra., 1 - M EYSUEQ. -ev Q-......m,, M Ns ,gels . NM is MN gh' . N my ' av xiii gap? f r -is - f ' hw I 1 5+ it -we BACK ROW: Timothy Babbit, Cheryl Reid, Marlene Gono, Richard Culliney, Mary Knoble. FRONT ROW: Ralph Lenoce, Lynn Bakanas, Jeanne Clement, George D'Alessio, Errol Johnson, Patrick Halligan. In the early 70's an increasing concern of the Special Edu- cation Dept. was the number of older trainable mentally re- tarded tT.M.R.l students within the system. Until this time these students had been housed at the elementary level. The range of chronological ages l14-201 was now becoming in- consistent with educational philosophy and the learning and social processes. In 1971 a unique program for secondary pre-vocational training was begun at the East Campus. ln the four years since its inception, many significant gains have evolved. Students are integrated into several aspects of high school life. They take Wood Shop, Physical Education, and Home Economics. They are responsible for "job stations" in the cafeteria and library and assist in clerical duties and building maintenance throughout East Campus - always with the objective of increasing pre-skill and social develop- ment. Within their classroom the students work at individual levels to reinforce the basic academics necessary for life. Through the efforts of a conscientious administration and staff, and a responsive and responsible student body, the T.M.R. students have become an integral part of the total school community. Albert Palmer Special Education Department. 200 -f :.: f 201 Q, . , 4- R .5 Q X gi? 5 ef l 203 SENIOR DIRECTORY STEPHEN A. ABELY -- 92 Bishop Street: Likes: A certain girl, wood class: Dislikes: snots, a lot of homework: Future plans: To make a lot of money. ROSEMARIE ACOSTA - 254 Mill Road: Friendly, hot tempered, outgoing: Likes: People who give a damn about others: Dislikes: Greedy people, people who are prejudiced against someone's race or color: Suppressed desire: To travel and meet people, to be myself: Future plans: Airforce. MAUREEN ANNE ALBERT- 135 Shawmut Avenue: "Really?": Concert Band, Tennis Club, Badminton Club, Swim Club, Junior Prom Committee, Dance Club, SACHEM, "The Boyfriend": Likes: Pink, Spring, children: Dislikes: a certain bug, bad weather, people who say l'm too tall: Pet peeve: Self-centered people: Suppressed desire: To be happy with whatever I do in life: Future plans: College. ARTHUR JOSEPH ALEXANDER- 3 11 Mill Road: "Don't bother me": Football, Track, Junior Prom Committee, SACHEM, Ski Club: Likes: Blondes, sports, motorcycles, quiet times in front of the fireplace: Dislikes: Knotty firewood, snobby people, coaches: Pet peeve: Athletic injuries: Suppressed desire: To run professional Motocross: Future plans: To be successful in life. CAROL LYNN ALIBERTI - 14 Margo Circle: Drama, Swim Club, Chorus, Basketball, Dancing, Dance Competition: Likes: A precious someone, ballets, operas, dance, competition,winning: Dislikes: Headaches,too much sleep, good-byes: Pet peeve: Disappointments: Suppressed desire: To deflate a certain persons basketball: Future plans: To become a famous someone in the performing arts, JEAN ANTAKI - 21 Franklin Street: Senior Class Vice-President, Junior Honor Guard, Drama Club, Model Congress, Fencing Club, French Club, F.l.D.L.E.: Likes: The sea, ships, gusty winds: Dislikes: Dull people, mediocrity: Pet peeve: Stupidity: Future plans: Marine Biology. JOHN ALBERT ARNONE - 15 Old Forge Road: Soccer, Band, Orchestra: Likes: Backpacking, kayaking, skiing: Dislikes: losing, tests, hot-humid weather: Pet peeve: Hypocrites, cigarette smoke: Suppressed desire: To be good kayak racer: Future plans: College, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Science. EMILY JEAN ASCARI - 1621 Hartford Turnpike: Likes: Animals, good food, friendly people: Dislikes: Phonies, snow, big cars: Pet peeve: Sloppiness: Future plans: Art School. MARLENE LACY ASID - 105 Frost Drive: Sincere, crazy, always hungry: Likes: Children, acting, to cook fancy foods: Dislikes: Getting up early, the result of always being hungry, friends that aren't: Pet peeve: Knuckle Cracking: Suppressed desire: To return to Hawaii someday: Future plans: College. JOHN GABRIEL AUDITORE - 54 Highland Park Road WILLIAM WARREN AVERY - 836 Middletown Avenue: Football, Track: Likes: Hot fudge, Long Enduros, Big Macs, football: Dislikes: Falling, little people with mouths, losing, RICHARD AVINO - 99 Montowese Ave. LAURIE JEAN BACHMANN - 45 Bradley Street: Scrambled, bubbly, sincere, Mi of H.B.'s: Majorettes - 3 yrs.: Likes: A certain tall boy, food, smiles: Dislikes: Hot summer days, gaining weight, being called a "broad": Pet peeve: Having what I really want taken away: Suppressed desire: To be able to squash a lemon meringue pie in someone's face: Future plans: To run my own Nursery School. ALISON BAERMAN - 88 Buell Street: Model Congress, Model U.N., Debate, Environmental Action Group, F.l.D.L.E. MARYANN BAILY - 5 Arrowdale Road: Dance, Pep Club, Cheerleading: Likes: Soccer games, bothering people, flowers: Dislikes: Snakes, liver, thunder: Pet peeve: Taking tests: Suppressed desire: To climb the Himalayas: Future plans: College. LAURA LYNN BALDYGA - 104 Kings Highway: Likes: Terry, hot fudge sundaes, P.C.: Dislikes: Mint flavored toothpaste, cold schoolrooms, busted fences in my horses' paddock: Pet peeve: People who mistreat animals: Suppressed desire: To get Pplny Club "A" rating: Future plans: College. VINCENT DOMENIC BALLETTO - 1545 Ridge Road: Mascot, F.B.L.A., Italian Club: Likes: Girls, cars,football games: Dislikes: Two-faced people,girIs that talk too much: Pet peeve: Getting up in the morning: Suppressed desire: To be rich and meet a nice, young girl: Future plans: College. AMY MARIA BARBATO - 44 Randall Drive: Petite, sincere, dreamer: "But anyway. . "Oh brotherl": Badminton Club, SACHEM, Prom Committee, Dancing: Likes: Music, Neil Diamond, summer, "PA": Dislikes: Being uncertain: Pet peeve: Braggers: Suppressed desire: To make all my suppressed desires come true: Future plans: College, travel. DEBORAH SUSAN BARTEK - 60 Corey Road: Friendly, sensitive, outgoing: "Seriously." "Really?": Junior Prom Committee, SACHEM: Likes: Summers, Saturday nights, "Our Gang": Dislikes: Depressing Sundays, waiting for a phone call, broken promises: Pet peeve: Uncertainty: Suppressed desire: To enjoy life to its fullest: Future plans: Medical Field. ELIZABETH-ANNE BEALE - 9 Overbrook Road: A.F.S., Library Club, Youth Fellowship - President, Editor--TORCH, Model Congress, Debate, Gaylord Candystriper: Likes: People who never stop learning, literature, well adjusted personalities, JUNE ANNE BEAUCHAMP 4 234 Maple Avenue: Swim Club, Home Economics Department Clothing I Award, Library Club, Sewing: Likes: Cape Cod, cats, flowers: Dislikes: lnconsiderate people. AMY BEDELL - 21 Rimmon Rd. LESLIE S. BELL - 4500 Ridge Road: Likes: Lennox, Bliss, Coker Farms: Dislikes: Embarrassment, fat attacks, boredom: Pet peeve: People who receive undeserved credit: Suppressed desire: To win the Maclay at Madison Square Garden: Future plans: College. ANN MARIE BENEDETTI - 10 Arthur Street: Likes: ,Sunsets, music, Las Vegas: Dislikes: Injustice, war, sadness. WALTER PATTEN BENNETT,JR.- 255 Spring Road: Likes: Spring, summer, autumn, winter, music, bikin', sunshine, good friends, people: Dislikes: nothing: Suppressed desire: "Van" to California - Departure time - Summer "77". DAVID CHARLES BENOIT - 111 Shawmut Avenue: F.B,L.A.: Likes: sports, W.L,I.B., Temptations, controversy: Dislikes: Sunday afternoons, losing: Suppressed desire: To be completely satisfied with myself: Future plans: College. LINDA JOANNE BERGAMI - 149 Shawmut Avenue: Friendly, conscientious, stubborn: "ls that supposed to be funny?": Modern Dance Club, Junior Prom Committee, Girl's Track Team, SACHEM Staff, Home Economics Award, Homeroom Representative: Likes: The beach, shopping, ice cream: Dislikes: rainy days, peanut butter and jelly, being late: Pet peeve: The cracking of gum and knuckles: Suppressed desire: To travel around the world: Future plans: To become a dental assistant. TERRY MICHAEL BERGANTINO - 43 Marlen Drive TOBY MICHAEL BERGANTINO - 43 Marlen Drive: "What can I say?": Likes: Clean cars, cold beer, winter sports: Dislikes: Complainers: Future plans: College, to be rich. CAROL ANN BERNASCONI - 11 Oakwood Drive: Friendly, sincere, sensitive: "Really, so what else is new?": Treasurer - F.B.L.A., SACHEM, Modern Dance Club, Junior Prom: Likes: Smiles, the Beach Boys, "Our Gang": Dislikes: Staying home, peas, being alone: Pet peeve: To be talked about, and know it: Suppressed desire: To be a famous singer: Future plans: Business field, legal secretary. CATHERINE ANN BICKFORD - 2 Levere Street: Likes: A fireplace when it's snowing, bicycle riding: Dislikes: School, rainy weekends: Pet peeve: people who think they know it all: Future plans: Marriage. REGINA BILLINGSLEY - 19 Giles Avenue THERESE ROSE BIONDILLO- 27 Ansonia Drive: Tennis Club, Future Nurses Club, SACHEM: Future plans: Medical Career. DAWN MICHELL BLACK- 1 Roarke Road: Likes: Shopping, biking, laughing: Dislikes: Snotty people, pressure, thunder. DEBRA ANN BOGAERT - 539 Clintonville Road: Pep Club, Cheerleading - captain 1 yr., SACHEM, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Prom Court: Likes: Being loved, friendly people, sports, all seasons, children: Dislikes: Being alone and depressed: Pet peeve: Not understanding my moods: Suppressed desire: To always be happy: Future plans: College, Nursing. KAREN ANN BOGART - 69 Culver Lane: Sensitive, friendly, crazy: "What are we gonna do?": Likes: Driving around, jeans, blue eyes: Dislikes: Getting up in the morning, conceited people, gym: Pet peeve: Having nothing to do: Suppressed desire: For Debbie to get her wish: Future plans: College. JOSEPH BOLDUC - 97 Ezra St. MARY LINDA BOLTMAN - 16 Del Avenue: A.F.S., Drum Corp: Likes: Music: Future plans: Nursing. LINDA SUE BRADLEY - 43 Sheffield Road: Likes: Music, summer, boys: Dislikes: Dance, snotty people: Pet peeve: people who don't care about anything: suppressed desire: To go to Hawaii. MICHAEL VINCENT BRANGI - 307 Washington Avenue: Friendly, competitive, athletic: Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball: Likes: Sports, clothes, cars, traveling: Dislikes: Waking up early, waiting, having nothing to do: Pet peeve: Two-faced people: Suppressed desire: To be successful in anything I do: Future plans: Marines. AMELIA BRENNER - 90 Clintonville Rd. PAMELA JOYCE BROWN - 12 Norway Road: Dance, Music, Drama. PHILIP WAYNE BRUDZ - 11 Cottontail Lane: Football Manager: Likes: Trucks, girls, basketball, woodshop: Dislikes: Getting a haircut: Pet peeve: people who say my name wrong: Suppressed desire: To own one hundred acres of land. JOANNA PAULINE BRUMBAUGH - 150 Ridgewood Avenue: Folk Dance Club, F.l.D.L.E., SACHEM, Chorus, Senior Council. VERA BUCKMILLER - 800 Middletown Avenue: Likes: An Italian, Camaros, crazy people, the outdoors, my sister, beaches: Dislikes: Making important decisions, know-it-all people, phoney people: Pet peeve: Two-faced people: Suppressed desire: To be on my own: Future plans: Nursing. DONNA LYNNE BUEHLER - 157 North Hill Road: Likes: Mike, a sunny day at the beach, animals: Dislikes: Getting up early, people who compare me with my brother: Pet peeve: Two-faced people: Future plans: Secretarial School, marriage. KATHY ANN BUICK - 41 Montowese Avenue: Tall, talkative, unpredictable: Reserve Captain - PomaPom Girls - Jr., F.B.L.A., Statistician for Boy's Varsity Basketball: Likes: Camping, chocolate-chip ice cream, receiving letters: Dislikes: Saying goodbye, broken promises, people asking: "How tall are you?", and when answered insist I'm taller: Pet peeve: Short guys: Suppressed desire: To wear heels and still be able to look up to someone: Future plans: Business Fields. WILLIAM POTTER BUICK - 15 Potter Road: Tall, green eyes, blonde hair: Soccer, Track, Model Congress, SACHEM: Likes: First snow fall, quiet times, the beach: Dislikes: Snobbish people, math, being rushed: Pet peeve: SAT's: Suppressed desire: To make it in the world of medicine: Future plans: Pre-med. ROSEMARY BULLER -- 333 Middletown Avenue: Swimming Club, Senior Life Saving: Likes: T.G., people, vanilla ice cream, happiness, Beatles: Dislikes: Perverts, fakers, liars, two-timers: Suppressed desire: To be happy and have a fulfilled life: Future plans: Interior Decorating School. CHARLOTTE ANN BYRD - 51 Corey Road: Crazy, stubborn, friendly: "Oh, terrificl" "Oh yeahl": Girl's Track Team, Junior Prom Committee: Likes: Naish, having a good time, meeting people: Dislikes: Saying good-bye, getting up in the morning, cold days: Pet peeve: Phoney people: Suppressed desire: To have all my dreams come true: Future plans: College, marriage. LISA BETH CALDWELL - 116 Pool Road: Tennis Club, SACHEM: Future plans: College, Nursing Career. STEVE CAMPBELL - 155 Mill Road: High School Chorus. VINCENT CAPASSO - 90 Clintonville Road DEBORAH CARBONELLA - 1 Rose Lane: Brown eyes, sensitive: Secretary CYO, Future Business Leaders of America, Tennis Club, Typing Award: Likes: piling into Friendly's after CYO on Sunday nights, listening to music, playing the piano: Dislikes: meeting deadlines, being embarrassed, rain: Pet peeve: phoniness: Suppressed desire: 'to have my own car: Future plans: college and business career. DANETTE CARBONI - 202 Quinnipiac Avenue: Pep Club, Latin Club, Italian Club, Chorus, AFS, CYO, Triple Quartet: Likes: people, rain, balloons: Dislikes: saying goodbye, people who don't care, "The End": Pet peeve: insincerity: Suppressed desire: to know every person in the world: Future plans: happiness. RICHARD CAROCARI - 1 Frost Drive: Likes: my mother's spaghetti, making money, being boss at work: Dislikes: certain Rahs, stuck-up people, GREGORY CARRAS - 38 Marion Drive: Cross Country, Track: Likes: girls, cars lVetsl, football, hockey, true friends: Dislikes: cold weather, homework, crutches: Pet peeve: "getting burned", getting up for school in the morning. MARK CASMAN - 34 River Road: Likes: girls with pep, working outdoors: Dislikes: two-faced people: Pet peeve: being told what to do: Suppressed desire: to own my own business. DAVID CATTARUZZA- 1591 Hartford Turnpike: J.V. Baseball: Likes: sports, Yankees, snowmobiling. LYNN CHAMBROVICH - 624 Middletown Avenue: "Do you believe that? I can't believe it.": Freshman and Sophomore Swim Club, Rainbow: Likes: Todd, 442's, breakfast at Farm Shop: Dislikes: sloppiness, stuck-up people: Suppressed desire: to own a 442: Future plans: to get married. -ISA CHAPELLE - 128 Patten Road: Friendly, moody, sensitive: Future Business Leaders of America, Modern Dance, Junior Prom: Likes: summer, music, "Our Gang": Dislikes: cold days, rainy weekends, staying home: Pet peeve: jealous people who show it: Suppressed desire: to be carefree: Future plans: college. WILLIAM CHAPLIN - 151 Upper State Street: Football, Track: Likes: playing guitar, skiing, kayaking, repelling, forests, hiking, Neil Young. ELIZABETH CHAPMAN - 7 Trumbull Place: Likes: choppers, boys, the green: Dislikes: not having a radio in the car, Rahs, boys that won't tell you how they feel: Pet peeve: people: Suppressed desire: to live in California. JOHN CHILLEMI JR. - 30 Marion Drive: Distributive Education Clubs of America, Future Business Leaders of America, D.E.C.A, Class Vice President: Likes: girls lbrunettesl, cars lChalIengersl, sports, work, Tricia, waxing cars, business, law: Dislikes: sitting around, winter: Pet peeve: dirty cars, lazy people: Future plans: college lmanagement and lawl. SALLIE CHILLEMI - 343 Skiff Street: Track Team, Volleyball Team: Suppressed desire: to own a Rolls Royce: Future plans: college. CHERYL CHRISTIE - 10 Sheffield Road: Talkative, green eyed, blonde: Gymnastic team l9th and 10th gradesl, Town Summer Festival "72" member - Board of Directors, Junior Prom Committee, Rainbow for girls, D.E.C.A. Chapter Secretary Junior Year, Chapter President Senior Year, 1st place in State of Connecticut Job Interview Competition for D.E.C.A.: Likes: roses, out-of-doors, traveling, being happy: Dislikes: seeing people I care about unhappy: Pet peeve: people who aren't truthful in expressing their feelings: Future plans: Fashion Merchandising College. BRUCE CLARKE - 84 Collett Street: "A real Ford nut": Likes: '52, '53, '54 Fords, would buy them all and restore them from the ground up if I had the money: Future plans: to own a '32 Ford, enter an engineering school. CATHERINE CLARKE - 17 Pequot Avenue: AFS, '74 Usherette: Likes: children, long walks alone, people, warm rain on my face: Dislikes: wearing shoes, being lonely: Pet peeve: when people hurt each other: Suppressed desire: to see the world from others' point of view: Future plans: college. PEGGY CLARKE - 18 Margo Circle: Ignite, Model Congress, Student Speaker Society LRY. ALICE COLEMAN - 59 Allendale Drive: Likes: traveling: Dislikes: being called ball head eagle, hypocrites. JOSEPH COLOMONICO JR. - 30 Overbrook Road SUSAN CONNELL- 19 Orcutt Court: "What do you think!": Swim Club: Likes: the beach, animals, ketchup, horseback riding: Dislikes: liars, phonies, conifers: Pet peeve: people who can't make up their minds: Suppressed desire: to travel and live on a farm: Future plans: undecided. LENORE CONSIGLIO - 32 Coach Drive: Likes: Karmann Ghias, the beach, flowers, crazy people, Eric Clapton: Dislikes: "D.S.", conceited people, people who crack their knuckles, backstabbers: Pet peeve: people who won't give you a chance: Future plans: to live every day the best way I can, Peace Corps, nursing. MARY CONTE - 11 Chapel Hill Road: Friendly, sincere, gullible: "Reallyl"2 Volleyball Team. SACHEM, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Prom Court, Junior Class Treasurer, Honor Guard, Likes: being with friends, brisk autumn days, football games, beaches at night, Dislikes: saying goodbye, two-faced people, frizzy hair, Pet peeve: having my mind made up for me, Suppressed desire: to have all my dreams come true, Future plans: college. JOEL COPPOLA - 127 Patten Road, Likes: fishing, beans. MARIAN CORNIELLO - 19 Peters Lane, Gullible, friendly, "Reallyl" "l don't know", Badminton Club, Tennis Club, Swim Club, SACHEM, Junior Prom Committee, Girls' Track Manager in '72, Likes: the fall, the piano, a certain license plate, Dislikes: spiders, long goodbyes, phonies, Pet peeve: when people pronounce my first name wrong, Suppressed desire: to understand children, Future plans: teaching. STEPHEN COSS - 59 Corey Road, Football, Track, Likes: sports, reading, honesty, Dislikes: math, hypocrisy, Future plans: probable. KATHLEEN COSTELLO - 28 Kimberly Circle, "What can I tell ya?", Likes: Robert John, bubble baths, my kitty, Dislikes: getting up early, math, waiting, Pet peeve: having to do the dishes, Suppressed desire: to know l've made Bob happy, Future plans: marriage, nursing. ANTHONY CRETELLA - 465 Middletown Avenue, Rifle Club, Freshman Football, Ski Club. CLEMENTINA CROCCO - 80 Old Broadway, Italian Club, Volleyball: "W.W.I:S.Y.A.", Likes: the beach, red roses, Dislikes: saying goodbye, being alone, arguing, Pet peeve: being lied to, Suppressed desire: to live life to the fullest, Future plans: to follow His path: JEFFREY REYNOLDS CROWELL - 2 Allendale Drive, Co-Captain Varsity Soccer, Varsity Track, Junior Class Honor Guard, Likes: waterskiing, soccer, ice cream, Dislikes: losing, politics, false summits, Pet peeve: people who don't care: DONNA CUCURELLO - 3 Mohawk Drive, Likes: barefeet, being young, my friends, Dislikes: being alone, rainy days, guns, Pet peeve: people who lie, Suppressed desire: to find myself, Future plans: secretarial work. BRIAN CUMMINGS - 107 Clintonville Road LAURA CUOIVIO - 262 State Street, Likes: Zudie, guys in baggies, Afros, Saturday nights with Jane and Rosie, Dislikes: people who stare, not being brought home on time, boring nights, Pet peeve: Jane asking me for "Pinnie", Suppressed desire: to see Rosie and Slim together, Future plans: to live each day as it happens to happen. TOM CUOMO - 262 State Street, Likes: Laurie, trucking through the halls with Stanley and Bruce: Dislikes: Bogus situations, people trying to hoard in on me, placing a wrong bet, Pet peeve: punching the drain pipe at my house, Suppressed desire: hitting the number so I won't have to work: Future plans: getting married and raising ten brats, consecutively. MARK DADY - 10 Lynette Drive CHRISTOPHER DAHL- 17 Cooper Road, Swimming, Karate, Cross Country, Sailing, Photography, Canoeing, Water Skiing, Likes: St. Pauli, girls, Furburgers, booze, drugs, Pet peeve: people, Suppressed desire: to sing in the Vienna Boys Choir, Future plans: pro football, Hollywood. JOHN DALEY - 543A Clintonville Road ELAINE D'AMATO - 58 Drazen Drive, Pep Club, Italian Club, Chorus, AFS, Likes: friends, laughter, blue skies, Dislikes: insincerity, being lonely, uncertainty, Pet peeve: people who always think they're rightl, Suppressed desire: to be able to repay my friends all the love and kindness they have shown me, Future plans: college. MARIA D'AMORA - 27 Stanford Lane, Procrastinator, sensitive, "l don't know." "l could care less.", Dance Club, Prom Committee, Likes: Tommy, dancing, spending money, Dislikes: bees, silly arguments, Pet peeve: people who are prejudiced, Suppressed desire: for Tommy and I to always be as happy as we are now, Future plans: college. LOUISE DATTILO - 22 Allendale Drive, Likes: softball, being with someone I like, snow, Dislikes: writing term papers, being bored: Pet peeve: people who don't mind their own business. CHRISTOPHER DAVID - 1 Cooper Road WORTH DAVID- 1 Cooper Road, Varsity Soccer, Track, Basketball Manager, Likes: fall, mountains in Colorado, coin collecting, Dislikes: moving, 1 to 1 ties, backstabbing, Pet peeve: Worthless, Suppressed desire: to see the U.S: win the World Cup. MARY ANN DEBAISE - 20 Robin Court, Likes: pizza, football games, a certain boy, Dislikes: getting up in the morning, goodbyes, Pet peeve: school, people who can't make up their own mind, Future plans: marriage: JILL DECHELLO - 18 Grove Road, Attend E:C.A., Vice President of Modern Dance Club, Likes: cold snowy nights, good friends, dancing, Dislikes: loud music, getting up early in the morning, swimming in salt water, Pet peeve: waiting, Suppressed desire: to own a pink Porsche. ALBERT DECUSATI - 51 Watson Avenue, Big, determined, outgoing, Varsity Football, Baseball, Basketball, Freshman Class President, l-l.R. Representative, Italian Club, Junior Class Honor Guard, Likes: girls, sports, Knicks, Dislikes: Celtics, two-faced people, wine, Pet peeve: getting up early, Suppressed desire: to play professional football, Future plans: law school. DIANE DELLACAMERA - 167 Upper State Street, Long brown hair, blue eyes, sensitive, "Hey, how's it goin'l", Typing Award, Tennis Club, Likes: someone special, dancing to "Colour My World", guys in leather jackets, Dislikes: being lonely, saying goodbye, waiting, Pet peeve: getting change back from checks, people who use other people, Suppressed desire: to be able to relive the summer of '74, to travel through Europe, Future plans: business college. HOLLY DEMARTINO - 94 Warner Road, Short, good personality, sensitive: Likes: Fridays, walking on the beach, watching the sun set, music, Dislikes: homework, Sunday nights, getting up at 6:30 am, Pet peeve: people who love themselves, Future plans: to be a nurse and do as much for people as I possibly can: SUSAN DEMATTEIS - 22 Helen Drive, Sensitive, out-going, unpredictable, "What are we going to do?", Likes: driving her M.G. in the country, dark curly hair, mustaches, Dislikes: snotty, inconsiderate people, Pet peeve: being reprimanded, knowing that I have to do something, Suppressed desire: to make one special dream come true, Future plans: business, travel. ANNE MARIE DEMETZ - 126 Ridgewood Avenue, Ski Club, Folk Dance Club, Chorus, Editor of Foreign Language Magazine, French Club, Gyorgyey Theatre, Literary Editor - SACHEM. MICHAEL DEMUSIS - 97 Clintonville Road JOSEPH DERISI - PEGGY DERUSSO - 5 Eleanor Road, Likes: M.S: Jaguars, horseback riding, Dislikes: people who kill animals, D.S:: Suppressed desire: to own a 22 acre farm. PAUL DESROSIER - 67 Blakeslee Avenue ARMAND DETORO - 201 Millbrook Road, F.B.L:A:, Likes: girls, cars, good times, Dislikes: getting up in the morning, Pet peeve: junk cars, Suppressed desire: to make a real lot of money, Future plans: college. PHYLLIS D'EUGENlO - 45 Cedar Avenue, DECA President, went to Rome and Hawaii with school, Likes: traveling, people, special poems, Dislikes: being told what to do, Pet peeve: having to get up for homeroom only to be free period A, Suppressed desire: to travel the world and live with peace of mind, Future plans: to be a fashion merchandiser. MICHELLE DIGIOIA - 6 Highland Park Road, Short, adventurous, gullible, "Oh, yous guys:", Italian Club, the bookstore, dancing, Likes: traveling, meeting different people, collecting dolls, Dislikes: people who are prejudiced, cancer, Suppressed desire: to travel around the world, Future plans: X-ray technology and radiology. MICHELLE DILEVA - 6 Papa Lane, Pep Club, Italian Club, Student Council, A:F.S., Senior Scouts, CYO, Outdoor Education, Likes: my family, a special someone, writing to my pen-pals, Dislikes: disloyal people, liars, hypocrites: Pet peeve: people who aren't on time, Future plans: college. KENNETH WILLIAM DIPPOLD - 85 Frost Drive, Blue eyes, sarcastic, easy going, Football Team, Likes: football, solitude, weight lifting, Dislikes: driving to New Jersey, losing, ignorance: Pet peeve: people who put on fronts, Future plans: college. LENORE DIVERNIERO - 85 St. John Street, Varsity Cheerleader, Chairman of Junior Prom Entertainment Committee, SACHEM, TORCH, Badminton, Likes: M8iM, Tweety Bird, red, Dislikes: waiting, braces, getting yelled at, Suppressed desire: to have blue eyes, Future plans: nursing. BERNADETTE DONNELLY - 199 Rock Road MARY DORR - JAMES DOWERS - 26 Lincoln Street, Football, Track, Likes: Star Trek, CHARIOTS OF THE GODS, music, Dislikes: losing, watermelon seeds, Suppressed desire: to be a D.J: DEBORAH DOWNS - 30 Roger Avenue, Swim Club, Home Room Representative, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Honor Guard, Senior Scouts, Teacher Aid, Outdoor Education, Likes: Virginia, animals, friends, Dislikes: cruelty, getting up early, tests: Suppressed desire: to build my house, to meet people around the world: Future plans: college. MARY ELLEN EARLY - 9B Monroe Street: Sensitive, green eyes, talkative: Cheerleading - J.V.- Captain, SACHEM Sports Editor, Ski Club, A.F.S.: Likes: happy memories, meeting people, close friends: Dislikes: making decisions, being tired, waiting: Pet peeve: when people crack their gum: Future plans: college, CYNTHIA EICHHOLTZ - 19 Allen Road: Future Business Leaders of America: Likes: Roy, my family, bookkeeping, my friends, my cat: Dislikes: spiders, getting up early, football: Pet peeve: when people crack their gum: Suppressed desire: to have a beautiful family of my own: Future plans: accounting. HARRY PAUL ERBA - 40 Corey Road: A.F.S., Youth Traffic -Safety Conference, Grade School Demonstrations:'Likes: teaching, tennis, biology, being different: Dislikes: dishwashing, conformity. MARJORIE ERICKSON - 116 Buell Street: Sensitive, competitive: Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball Forum: Likes: rain, horses, Don: Dislikes: crowds, war, egotists. ANTHONY R. ESPOSITO - 217 Montowese Avenue: Freshman and Varsity Football, Freshman Baseball: Future plans: Physical therapist. BARBARA ESPOSITO - 164 State Street: Likes: dancing, green grapes, a certain someone, thunderstorms: dislikes: two-faced people, strawberry ice cream: Pet peeve: raincoats and umbrellas: Suppressed desire: to gain weight: Future plans: IBM or Data Processing school. NANCY CLAIRE FALLON - 18 Cricket Court: Chorus, Ski Club, Usherette, Drama Club: Likes: Smiles, ice-cream, snow, music: Dislikes: Fights, work. ED FALSEY - 7 Mountain View Terrace KAREN ANN FERRUCCI - 1618 Hartford Turnpike: "l'm r-e-e-ally sick of thisl": Likes: Owls, Yahtzee, Mare: Dislikes: Boredom, getting nervous,goose bumps: Pet peeve: People who don't care: Suppressed desire: To be everything I am not yet and still be myself: Future plans: Undecided. LINDA THERESA FESTA - 19 Bridgeview Road: Sensible, realistic, determined: "Sure, whatever you say.": Ski Club, Volleyball, Prom Com- mittee, Dance: Likes: Skiing, children, music, "PA": Dislikes: Insects, phonies: Suppressed desire: To be rich some day: Future plans: College, travel. DANIEL LOUIS FIASCONAFIO - 14 Papa Lane: Stubborn, blue-eyed, friendly: Swim Team, Italian Club, Cross Country, Marching Band, Stage Band: Likes: Family, a very special girl, Cats: Dislikes: Arguing, people who tell others what to do, being put down: Pet peeve: People with many personalities: Suppressed desire: To own a sailboat: Future plans: College. DAVID ARTHUR FINK - 26 Highland Park Road: Creative in mind and humor: Likes: Art, music, beaches at sunset: Dislikes: F'eople's view that life is a dollar bill: Suppressed desire: To live my own life and die my own death: Future plans: College. ANTHONY RICARDO FIORILLO - 316 Mill Road: Brown hair, brown eyes, Italian, cute: "Hey, you know." "Tell me about it.": Varsity Soccer, Varsity Track, Ski Club: Likes: Winning, girls, friends, life: Dislikes: People who pretend to be somebody they aren't, practices: Pet peeve: Cheshire: Suppressed desire: To engage in "extracurricular" activities before graduation: Future plans: To make it in the outside world. PATRICIA LYNN FIRULLI - 24 Angel Place: Short, brown-eyed, Sentimental: Pep Club, Student Faculty Advisory Group, Italian Club, Varsity Swim Team Manager, Maiorettes Reserve Captain: Likes: My parents, a certain special someone, "Clarence": Dislikes: Saying good-byes, two-faced people, being nagged at: Pet peeve: People who feel sorry for themselves: Suppressed desire: To help people who help themselves. Future plans: Whatever comes along first. KEVIN FITZGERALD - 9 Welch Road WILHELMINA FLAGGI: - 51 Allen Road JANICE ELIZABETH FLOOD - 51 Cedar Avenue: Slow, stubborn, silly: "Oh my God!" "You're kidding" "Are you seriol's?": F.B.L.A., bowling: Likes: Chocolate, going out, Hawaii, reading,traveIing: Dislikes: Conceited people, flirts, waiting: Pet peeve: Staying home: Suppressed desire: To go back to Hawaii: Future plans: College, Dental Hygienist. TERESA ANN FLORIO - 31 Marion Drive: Pep Club, Usherette: Likes: Spring, peppermint patties, sunsets, music: Dislikes: Boredom, rainy mornings, making decisions: Suppressed desire: To travel all around the world: Future plans: College. THOMAS ANTHONY FOLLO - 53 Pool Road: Tall, moody, Italian: Likes: Warming up for basketball, nice clothes, snowy nights: Dislikes: Cigarette smoke, Branford basketball team, saying good-bye: Pet peeve: Conceited people. SUELLEN FORD - 19 Roberta Road: Likes: My 1st and 2nd families, Chinese food, little people. ERIC KJELL FORGO - 18 Colonial Drive: Varsity Soccer - 3 yrs.: Likes: Soccer, skiing, cars: Future plans: Being happy. SHARON FRANK - 45 Potter Road: Likes: JOHN, weekends, the beach, summer nights, close friends, spending money, horseback riding: Dislikes: Loud mouthed people, driving, P. K,, waking up in the morning. EMILY FREI - 9 Tower Pkwy. LISA ANN FREIJE - 11 Laura Lane: Senior Class President, Junior Class Vice-President, Junior Honor Guard, Drama Club, "The CrucibIe", "The Boyfriend", French Club, Ski Club, Chorus, Student Guide Chairman: Likes: The seashore, lmpressionists, Keats: Dislikes: Eggs, facades, bigotry: Pet peeve: Cigarette smoke: Future plans: College, Travel. PATRICIA E. FROST - 36 Thorpe Street: Likes: Music, special children, art, fall and spring: Dislikes: Pea soup, being too cold or too hot: Future plans: Work at rehabilitation center. FRANK THOMAS FUNARO, JR. - 51 Oakwood Drive: F.I.D.L.E., Ikon Press, Model Congress, Junior Class Representative - Governing Assembly, Senior Council, Foreign Language Teaching lEIementary Schoolsl, Junior Honor Guard, French Club. FRANK FURBUSH - 111 Standish Avenue: Soccer: Likes: Who's on first, 50's-60's rock and roll, coaching: Dislikes: Referees: Pet peeve: losing. MARJORY LOUISE GADD- 101 Collett Street: "Turn down the radio", "Close the window": Volunteer work with the retarded, A.F.S., Apocalypse lChurch Groupl: Likes: Spring, being with friends, Friday nights: Dislikes: Unfriendly people, homework, getting up early: Pet peeve: Loud radios: Future plans: College. STEVEN MATTHEW GALE - 1 Primrose Street: Likes: Expletive Deleteds: Dislikes: Rainy people, Snobbish weekends: Pet peeve: When people ask why I wear ties: Suppressed desire: To live long enough to see Richard M. Nixon behind bars: Future plans: To become a doctor or a plumber. ELEANOR GAMBARDELLA - 167 Middletown Avenue: Friendly, peaceful. Likes: M.Z,, music, antique cars, beer, yoga. Dislikes: cold weather, whisky, grouchy people. Pet peeve: inhumane people, Suppressed desire: to own an antique sportscar. Future plans: college. GARY GARBATINI - 111 Spring Road JILL BERBICE GARBERO - 104 Pool Road: Defensive, determined, enigmatic: Usherette, F.B.L.A., Pep Club, Prom Committee, SACHEM, Varsity Cheerleading - 2 yrs., Track and Field Champions - Captain senior year: Likes: Cotton candy, onyxes, "Stairway to Heaven": Dislikes: Rudy I., liars, mediocrity: Pet peeve: People that do not care: Suppressed desire: l'll never tell: Future plans: College. CONSTANCE GEANAKOPLOS - 2 Marion Court WILLIAM GELENEAU - 37 Temple Street MARY KATHRYN GENTILE - 28 North Avenue: Likes: Mushrooms, puzzles, Karrie: Dislikes: Crowds, pushy people, greed: Pet peeve: Phoney people: Suppressed desire: To be immortal: Future plans: College. GARY W, GEORGE - 1OO Forest Hill Road: J.V. Soccer, Track: Likes: Cars, sports. TIMOTHY GERMAINE - 10 Sheffield Road MAUREEN ANN GILBRIDE -47 Pool Road: Drama, Pep Club, Swim Club, Badminton, "The Boyfriend", "Cabaret", Chorus, Usherette, Junior Prom Committee: Likes: Autumn days, sports, good times, music: Dislikes: Snobs, making decisions, chemistry, unhappy people: Pet peeve: Cigarette smoke: Suppressed desire: To be rich and famous: Future plans: College, DEBBIE A. GILLO - 24 Potter Road STEWART HENRY GLASSON - 39 Marion Drive: Pet Peeve: Rainy weekends, being tired, making 8-track tapes, driving through North Haven and Hamden: Suppressed desire: To be happy and rich. WILLIAM JOSEPH GLEASON, llI- 1816 Ridge Road: "1f10 of the breakers", Volunteer fireman: Likes: Cars, girls, drinking: Dislikes: Getting up with a hangover, school, people who smoke: Pet peeve: Liars: Suppressed desire: To drive in the Daytona 500: Future plans: To become a carpenter. GEORGE PAUL GLENN - 20 Glenn Road: Track, Cross Country, Rifle Club: Likes: Football games, outdoor activities: Dislikes: Rainy days, repeats, L.S.D.: Pet peeve: Friends who aren't friends: Suppressed desire: To get into game management: Future plans: Army. WILLIAM GORDON - 10 Banton Drive MARGARET MARY GORMAN - 6 Shaw Drive: Pom Pom Girls, Track and Field - 3 yrs, Gymnastics - 4 yrs., A.F.S., CYO: Likes: A certain someone, motorcycles, puppies: Dislikes: A lot of homework, slow drivers, short concerts: Pet peeve: People who are stuck-up: Future plans: Travel and College. A ANDREW D. GORMLEY - 28 Crestview Drive: Varsity Golf, J.V. Baseball- 2 yrs., Freshman Football: Likes: Sports: Future plans: College, fame. MARGARET GOSSELIN - 131 Ridgewood Avenue DEBRA ANN GOTT - 2058 Hartford Turnpike: Likes: Mark, hiking, Sleeping Giant: Dislikes: Nosey people, liars, bees: Pet peeve: Maroon and White: Suppressed desire: To meet Omar Sharif: Future plans: Beautician School. KENNETH J. GRASSO - 19 Cedar Avenue: Football, Co-Captain Track: Likes: Sports, summer, all night parties: Dislikes: People who can't mind their own business: Pet peeve: Rhonda: Suppressed desire: To see all the states. LAURIE CHARLOTTE GRILLO -- 41 Tennyson Avenue: A.F.S. - 4 yrs.: Likes: Cape Cod, Silver Lake, autumn: Dislikes: Disloyal friends, spareribs, time schedules: Pet peeve: Someone who thinks he's better than another person. Future plans: Junior College. DANIEL LAWRENCE GUERTIN - 34 Oakwood Drive: Soccer: Likes: Blue-eyed girls, good music, dances, being with friends, being myself: Dislikes: Jumpin' Joe, accepting the things I can't change, being bored, not being able to spelll: Pet peeve: My knees. RICHARD HAAF - 75 Clintonville Road NANCY RUTH HAAG - 11 Ansonia Drive JOANNE HAGGERTY - 29 Glenn Road: Distributive Education Club: Likes: Summer, weekends, having a good time: Dislikes: Being lonely, S.A.T.'s, homework, spidersl: Pet peeve: Phony people: Future plans: Fashion Merchandising. FRANCES HAGLUND - 58 Coventry Road RICHARD HANC - 100 Homewood Avenue e THOMAS S. HANNON - 275 Quinnipiac Avenue: SACHEM '75 Likes: Girls, small cars, good music, photography, CB, skiing: Dislikes: Cafe food prices, complainers, people who THINK they know it all: Pet peeve: Cars that won't start: Suppressed desire: To change the world for the better, whether it likes it or not: Future plans: College, travel. DEBRA HANSELL - 99 Pool Road: Moody, unpredictable, friendly: Junior Prom Court, F.B.L.A.: Likes: My family, my friends, Florida: Dislikes: Broken promises, saying good-bye, humid weather: Pet peeve: People that talk too much: Suppressed desire: To have a certain dream come true: Future plans: Dental Assistant. ANDRE HARLAN - 68 Maple Ave. KENNETH HARLAN - 68 Maple Ave. WILLIAM J. HART - 14 Overbrook Road: Variety Show, "The Crucible": Dis-likes: Sundays, people who walk slowly in the halls. MARK BENNETT HECKER - 5 Janet Drive: Computer programming, electronics, tennis, stage lighting, SACHEM, Band: Likes: Everybody, crossword puzzles: Dislikes: Wet paint, Marshmallow Fluff: Pet peeve: A certain '67 Chrysler that gets 8 miles per gallon. DONNA LYNN HENSON - 100 Patten Road: Likes: Little kids, a certain person: Dislikes: Conceited people, making fun of others, and hanging in peopIe's eyes: Pet peeve: Smart kids: Future plans: To become a hairdresser: ELIZABETH JOAN HERLIHY -- 419 Skiff Street: Friendly, sincere, always there: Senior Class Treasurer, SACHEM, Junior Prom, Field Hockey, Girl's Basketball: Likes: Water-skiing, strawberry sundaes, cold, snowy nights: Dislikes: Rudy I., insincerity, the end: Pet peeve: Having accidents: Suppressed desire: To reach the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow: Future plans: To live life to its fullest, College. STEPHEN HERMANN - IO Dover Road: Likes: A girl named Carol, cars: Dislikes: Two-faced people: Pet peeve: Kids acting tough: Suppressed desire: To own my "Cuda". MARC HERRICK - 20 Ridgewood Avenue: Brown hair, brown eyes, sexy: "California or bust." "I left my heart in San Francisco. . Soccer Team, 208 Swim Team, Drama Club, Ski Club, Karate, Student Governing Assembly: Likes: To travel, meet people, turn on, tune in, drop out, Columbian, Panama Red, Acapulco Gold: Dislikes: Third generation, male Kansas Crop, Nixon: Pet peeve: North Haven High School: Suppressed desire: To be a good student. JOHANNA HOCS -1701 Hartford Turnpike ERNEST A. HOLCOMB - 30 Woodland Avenue: "1!10 of the breakers": "You zero . LINDA ANN HOLCOMB - 268 State Street: Likes: Pizza: Dislikes: Bruises, school: Pet peeve: People who try to be something they aren't: Suppressed desire: To travel. DAVID H. HUSSONG - 4 Half Mile Road: Likes: MOTOCROSS, berms, Buls, traveling, conversing, good starts, seclusion: Dislikes: Nothing worth mentioning. GARY PAUL HUTCHINSON - 491 Washington Ave. ANNE MARIE IEZZI - 54 Todd Drive South: Friendly, sensitive, always late: "Yes Sir": Likes: Hockey, D. J., meeting people, making people happy: Dislikes: Walking into walls, snotty people, diets, people who get mad: Pet peeve: People who are grouchy in the morning: Suppressed desire: To marry a famous hockey player: Future plans: College, Sports reporting. KATHY LYNN JACKSON - 39 Bassett Road: Likes: Bob, Italian food, music: Dislikes: Getting up, overbearing people, Shepherd's pie. PAUL R. JACOUELIN - 83 Bradley Street SUSAN JAMES - 74 Warner Road SUSAN JENKS - 38 Gail Drive THOMAS MICHAEL JERMINE - 108 Clintonville Road: Likes: Lisa, partying, my FRIENDS: Dislikes: Two-faced people: Pet peeve: People who always talk about other people: Suppressed desire: To be the best in anything I do: Future plans: To work with and be as close to my father as possible. EDWARD R. JOHLMAN - 50 Angel Place: Helped the Drama Department: Likes: Bond, books, basketball: Dislikes: Meat Markets, school, noses. GARY E. JOHNS - 22 Oakwood Drive: Likes: 956 Thunderbirds: Dislikes: Thread, detectives. DAVID JOHNSON - 1261 Ridge Road ROBERTA JONES - 282 Spring Road RALPH JORDAN, JR: - 118 Scrub Oak Road EMAN KARAS - 86 Bradley St.: Out going: Freshman Vice President, J.V. Cheerleader, Prom Committee, TORCH, SACHEM - Editor: Likes: a special winter chalet, Va. beach, little things, old movies, meeting people: Dislikes: People who try to impress others, being embarrassed, cold people: Pet peeve: Being told to LEAVE: Suppressed desire: To see God and to live to tell about it: Future plans: college, the world. BRUCE JAY KATZMAN - 5 Rose Lane: Friendly, Teaser: Varsity Football and Track, Sophomore Class President, Jr. Prom Committee and Court, Varsity Club: Likes: giving surprises, long hair on girls, being with people I like: Dislikes: Disappointments, being wrong, smoke blown in my face: Pet peeve: Waiting in line when l'm in a hurry: Suppressed desire: to have a musical talent. RICHARD CHARLES KEANE - 39 Randall Dr.: Likes: Fishing, Licorice, ice skating: Dislikes: Phoney people, math. ROBIN ANN KEATING - 312 Mill Rd.: "Bird", red hair, freckles, sensitive: Pep Club, Ski Club, Cheerleading, SACHEM: Likes: Raggedy Ann and Andy, Beards, Rain: Dislikes: Bugs, attics, diets: Pet peeve: Not having my own way: Suppressed desire: To have six sons: Future plans: College. SUSAN M. KEEFE - 9 Fairy Glenn Dr.: Likes: George, clouds, the sky, moon, and sun: Dislikes: People who aren't friendly: Suppressed desire: To stay skinny: Future plans: To figure out why we live. MARLENE ANN KEELEY - 10 Christine Road: Moody, sensitive, impulsive: Swim Club, Chairman Jr. After Prom: Likes: one red rose, New England Jam, the quiet before a snow, Brut: Dislikes: broken promises, people fighting, busy phones: Pet peeve: Making decisions: Suppressed desire: To own a white Porsche: Future plans: College. GLENN L. KELLER - 11 Allen Rd.: Likes: New York, Sports, vacations, Rolls Royces: Dislikes: Reading, working, mushrooms. JANE KENNEDY - 7 Beverly Drive JAMES W. KENNEDY - 4 Manor Drive JILL KESSES - 12 Helen Drive: Excitable, friendly, sympathetic: "The worst.": I Girls' Track Team, Ski Club, Prom Committee: Likes: music, "Broadway Joe", football, movies: Dislikes: rainy Sundays, being rushed: Pet peeve: people who never smile: Suppressed desire: to watch Steve play professional baseball: Future plans: college. GREGORY PHILLIP KINSELLA - 135 Tokeneke Drive: Blue eyed, jock: Football, Hockey: Likes: Homemade apple pie, munchkins, snowy winter nights, music, cartoons, friendly people: Dislikes: Writing papers, lousy movies, football practice, Christmas without snow: Pet peeve: Losing: Suppressed desire: To own a chalet in the mountains with a fireplace, a Golden Retriever, and someone I love. AMY KITAHATA - 64 Van Rose Drive: Activities: SACHEM, Ski Club, French Club, F.I.D.L.E, Orchestra, Folk Dance. ELLEN KNOTT - 58 Marion Drive: Likes: Maine, the sea, Humphrey Bogart, sailing: Dislikes: being late, pollution, tourist traps. JUNE KOLTERMAN - 40 Postman Highway: Likes: Yale football games, people, life, nature: Future plans: college, to live each day to its fullest. KEVIN KORWEK- 40 Highland Park Road: Tall, beautiful, conceited, one half of the Rod Squad: Likes: clothes, spending money, M.T.V., big cars: Dislikes: people who lack self-confidence, cold weather: Pet peeve: Ceewu: Suppressed desire: to be able to live life without having to live up to others' expectations: Future plans: college, dental school. STEVEN KOSHKO - 66 Saint Johns Street: Likes: water skiing, hunting, cars, girls, money: Future plans: live. PAUL KOZOLIS - 5 Hemingway Road: Likes: Chevies, girls, camping, girls, hunting, girls, fishing, girls, fire department, girls, girls: Dislikes: Fords, stuck-up people, flat chested girls, North Haven High School: Pet peeve: people who dislike my hat. CAROLE KRYZNEL -- 334 Middletown Avenue WILLIAM KUEHLEWIND - 7 Rimmon Road: Computer room, guitar, gardening, electronics: Likes: Bible study, Christian activities, drafting, math, sports: Dislikes: losing teams, writing papers: Pet peeve: getting up in the morning for school: Future plans: engineering. PETER KWON - 6 Briarwood Circle: Likes: Taekwon-Do, skiing, tennis. LEONARD KYC - 51 Grove Road: Tall, friendly, brown hair, brown eyes, funny: "Ya know?" "Let's do something.": Likes: the beach, Cape Cod, a good time, photography: Dislikes: scotch, English classes, getting up in the morning: Pet peeve: two-faced people, Suppressed desire: to meet as many people as one can in a lifetime: Future plans: college, make the best of life. DAVID LAIRD - 2 Sheffield Road: Lazy, crazy, easy going: Likes: Yorktown, rainy days, music: Dislikes: smoking, deadlines, loud mouths: Pet peeve: people that push too much: Suppressed desire: to change the colors of NHHS. FRANK LAMONACA - 5 Red Brick Lane: Likes: fall, spring, classical guitars, winning: Dislikes: pulled muscles, rain, school mornings: Pet peeve: going O for 4, losing: Suppressed desire: to be Honus Wagner: Future plans: a lot, including college. LESLIE LANDE - 27 Marion Drive: Likes: Timmy, music, pro and Yale games at the Bowl, bicycle riding: Dislikes: the Jukebox: Pet peeve: typical girls who spend their lives whining - "Oh, that's so nicel": Future plans: college, travel, marriage. PAUL LANDRY - 85 Bradley Street KEVIN LANGAN - 137 South Avenue: Tall, crazy: Likes: Dawn: Future plans: college, marriage. MARIAN LANSING - 114 Ridgewood Avenue: SACHEM, "The Boyfriend". DAVID LAPALOMBARA - 19 Windsor Road: Cross Country Captain, Swimming Co-Captain, Band: Likes: Maine, woods, skiing, sculpting, jazz, clouds, rain: Dislikes: big cities, plastic people: Suppressed desire: to own a forest: Future plans: to become a world famous criminal lawyer. JOHN LAVIOLETTE - 140 Hartley Street PAUL LAVIOLETTE - 140 Hartley Street CAROL LEARNED -11 Drazen Drive South: S.E.A.G., A.F.S., Quinnipiac River clean-ups: Likes: Yale football games, ballet, plants, languages: Dislikes: cold rainy days: Pet peeve: Sunday drivers: Future plans: to live today and tomorrow. DEBORAH LEOUIRE - 119 Patten Road: Likes: Dave, Rhode Island, skiing, the beach at night: Dislikes: getting up early in the morning, working on weekends: Pet peeve: people who think they know it all: Future plans: to attend a Business School. fit: KRISTINE LEQUIRE - 431 Middletown Ave. MARY LESIEUR - 262 Clintonville Lane: Outgoing, sincere: Modern Dance Club, Pep Club, Cheerleading, Junior Prom Co-Chairman, Laurel Girls' State Delegate, Teachers Aide Program, Usherette: Likes: cold Saturday football games, happy people, smiling faces: Dislikes: rainy weekends, moody people: Pet peeve: missed belt loops: Suppressed desire: to be five feet tall: Future plans: to be an architect. SUSAN LEWIS- 1 Old Forge Road: Concert and Marching Band, MYF: Likes: a certain boy, children, walking the beach at night: Dislikes: meeting deadlines, being embarrassed, being blamed: Pet peeve: waking up on Saturday morning as if it were another school day: Suppressed desire: to live my life successfully: Future plans: college. NANCY LIBSON - 135 Buell Street: Ski Club, Tennis Team, Folk Dance Club, Gyorgey Theatre, F.I.D.L.E. ERIC LINDBLOM - 9 Cooper Road: Swim Team, Karate, Schools Political Farces, Band, Cross Country: Likes: everything at one time or another: Dislikes: wading through the crap: Pet peeve: futility: Suppressed desire: to chuck everything: Future plans: to go to the Frank Zappa concert next Monday. NANCY LINGER - 79 Fallon Drive: Girls' Track and Field, Chorus, Triple Quartet: Likes: horses, sports, writing, Maine, Dickens, music: Dislikes: homework, spiders, hot weather: Pet peeve: litterbugs: Future plans: college. ROSE LOMBARDI - 42 Howe Street: Tall, talkative: Likes: concerts, walking along the beach, a special person: Dislikes: school, getting up in the morning, stuck-up people: Pet peeve: Rahsl: Suppressed desire: To go to Florida: Future plans: Work. PAULA LOSCHIAVO- 14 Livingston Drive: Swim Club, North Haven Rainbow for girls: Likes: The beach, traveling, sunset, snow-capped mountains: Dislikes: Rainy days, darkness, "Yes Dear": Pet peeve: People who have no feeling for anyone else: Future plans: College, marriage, children. CYNTHIA ANN LUKENS - 27 Randell Drive: SACHEM Lay-out Editor: Likes: Driving, cooking, sailing, traveling, reading, spring, music, plants: Dislikes: being late, colds: Pet peeve: liars: Suppressed desire: to sky dive: Future plans: College. THOMAS RICHARD LUNEBURG -- 20 Nettleton Ave.: Drama Club, Basketball Statistician: Suppressed desire: To be God: Future plans: To grow old and die eventually. MARK LYDELL - 17 Mansfield Road JOHN MADZIK - 2131 Whitney Aveg: Third year counselor YMCA Corps, Handball Tournament, landscaping, Stop Ei Shop baseball team. JOHN MAIOCCO - 6 Colonial Drive: "No. 20" "Take it for what it's worth": Football Captain, Golf, Basketball, Varsity Club, Prom Committee, Italian Club, FBLA: Likes: the beach, getting away from it all, L.A. Rams: Dislikes: bogies, work: Pet peeve: people always asking me questions: Suppressed desire: to own a mangoosta: Future plans: college. BARRY MALE - 6 Orient Lane FRANCES MALIN - 100 Rock Road JOHN MANGELS - 126 Buell Street: Friendly, sincere, concerned: Likes: cars, a certain girl, "Our Gang", one tenth of the breakers: Dislikes: broken cars, senior year, working: Pet peeve: fighting with parents: Suppressed desire: to have the best looking, fastest car in town: Future plans: electronics, electrical engineer. GEORGE MANGUILLI - 15 Roger Avenue: One half of the Rod Squad, temperamental: Likes: sports, :l:E7, going out: Dislikes: Being "put down", losing, "front runners": Pet peeve: people making comments about people less fortunate than they: Suppressed desire: to live life to the ultimate: Future plans: college. PATRICIA MARANGELL - 9 Elliot Court: Likes: the water, walking on beaches, sleeping, drawing, being with little kids: Dislikes: phoney people, dishonesty, diets, waking up early, inconsiderate people: Pet peeve: waiting: Future plans: to be totally happy. SACHEM. JOANNE MARINO - 45 Weaver Circle ANTHONY MARINUZZI - 96 South Avenue: Likes: drawing, music, sleeping, girls, outdoors: Dislikes: gym, making mistakes, immature people. ROBERT MARRA - 37 Coventry Circle: Varsity Track, 1, 2, 3, Captain 1975: Likes: "Loco", Water, motorcycles, sports, having a ball, honesty, the unknown, using my mind: Dislikes: fake people, slow things, getting up, homework: Future plans: "Pace sempre", college, to live life to its fullest. SALVATORE MARSICO - 39 Locke Drive: Likes: partying, taking a ride, girls: Dislikes: school, two-faced people: Pet peeve: getting up early, arguing: Suppressed desire: to live in an apartment with Mas: Future plans: bombing around. LORRAINE MAS - 65 Bayard Avenue: A.F.S.: Likes: beaches, picnics, Sundays: Dislikes: Mondays, cold nights, driving in the rain: Pet peeve: crowded places: Future plans: college. CLIFFORD MASCIA - 130 Bradley Street: Likes: my tree, everything that doesn't bother me, weekends: Dislikes: school, Monday morning: Pet peeve: this school has very little class, and what it does have is very low. JULIE MASON - 20 Westview Road: SACHEM, A.F.S., Prom Committee, Ski Club, MYF, Senior Council. JOHN MASSELLA - 6 Beatrice Drive: Likes: Italian food, clean cars, working at the bar: Dislikes: hair in my food, stuck-up girls, cold weather: Pet peeve: getting up early: Suppressed desire: to be a bookmaker. . BRUCE MASSIE - 105 Standish Avenue: Likes: GM, short haired squirrels, girls, haulin': Dislikes: Fords, low gas gauges, administrators: Pet peeve: insurance bills: Future plans: machine drafting. ANTHONY MASSINI - 152 Standish Ave.: Likes: summer, swimming, Donzis, water skiing: Dislikes: rain, end of summer, physics: Pet peeve: slow boats, fake personalities: Suppressed desire: to race boats. JANETTE MATTHEW - 45 Mountain View Terrace: Chorus: Likes: Mike, concerts, good friends: Dislikes: conceited people, Monday mornings, being called Jan or Janet: Pet peeve: getting up at 5:30 a.m. to go to work on Saturday: Suppressed desire: to be a millionaire: Future plans: to get married and have children, to travel. LISA MATTHEWS - 24 Sherwood Drive: Likes: Mas, the 23rd, Millpond Tavern, walking in the snow: Dislikes: getting up, fighting: Pet peeve: critical people: Suppressed desire: to always be happy with him: Future plans: college. KATHERINE MAURER - 12 Beach Street: Volleyball: Likes: listening to music: Dislikes: arguing: Pet peeve: people who don't care. PATRICK MCCARTHY - 14 Marlen Drive: Track Team: Likes: cars, running, food: Dislikes: school: Suppressed desire: to own a 1970 HEMl'CUDA: Pet peeve: French, CLAUDIA MCCORMACK - 184 Pool Road DANIEL MCDONALD - 59 Bradley Street: Tall, blue eyes, brown hair: Manager Freshman Basketball, J.V. Basketball, manager Freshman Baseball: Likes: Basketball, food, Friday nights: Dislikes: work, Sunday nights, English class: Pet peeve: people ordering me around when they have no authority: Suppressed desire: to get the most out of life. NANCY MCFARLAND - 20 Old Farm Road: Friendly, lazy, punctuall: "RealIy?": Likes: to dance, Branford, whipped cream, fights with L.S.: Dislikes: Rudy I., making decisions, restrictions: Pet peeve: having to work on Saturdays: Suppressed desire: to unsuppress my suppressed desire. NANCY MCGALLIARD - 6 Maplecrest Lane BARBARA MCINERNEY - 47 Laydon Avenue: Sarcastic, unpredictable, easy-going, moody: "Whatta you, NUTSl", "Ohl you're a screamIl": SACHEM, Prom Committee: Likes: music, puppies, going out, "PA": Dislikes: small talk, having claustrophobia: Pet peeve: when people call me Bubbles, Babs, or Bubs: Suppressed desire: to have all my dreams come true: Future plans: college. JAMES MCKENNA - 2 Lynette Drive CANDIS MCKEOWN - 27 Quinnipiac Avenue: Drama Club, French Club, Senior Student Council, Model Congress, Fencing Club: Likes: chocolate- chip ice cream, lakes, green mountains: Dislikes: cold, rainy days, chocolate- chip ice cream with little chocolate chips: Pet peeve: teachers looking over my shoulder: Suppressed desire: to live in Canada: Future plans: college, travel. NANCY MELILLI - 47 Locke Drive: "Be serious": Likes: "B.S.", sheep dogs, having fun, New York, doing things I never did before, everything: Dislikes: "D.S.", people who talk behind your back, short weekends, work: Pet peeve: getting burnt: Suppressed desire: to hitchhike to California: Future plans: travel. FRANK MELILLO - 70 Bassett Road GARY MELILLO - 39 Melillo Circle: Likes: all outdoor sports, football and hockey most: Dislikes: English homework, waking up on time. PAMELA MELILLO - 20 Stanton Road: Moody, quick tempered, crazy, friendly: "l don't believe itI": Likes: a special boy, going places, walking at the beach at night: Dislikes: school, going to work, getting up in the morning: Pet peeve: not being able to do what I want: Suppressed desire: to go to Europe: Future plans: to travel. RAYMOND MELILLO -- 30 Melillo Circle DANIEL MEZICK - 22 Algonquin Drive THOMAS MIANZO - 28 Collett Street SALVATORE MIDOLO - 96 Bailey Road CYNTHIA MILLER - 71 Randall Drive: Rainbow, MYF, Band usherette: Likes: daisies, that certain someone, the ocean: Dislikes: dust, tight schedules, crowds: Pet peeve: meeting deadlines: Suppressed desire: to live near the ocean: Future plans: college. SCOTT MILLER - 5 Highland Drive: Dirt bikes, Volvo 142, camping, karate, bicycling, band: Likes: long train rides, "Oldies but Goodies": Dislikes: politicians, cold gear shift knobs, term papers: Pet peeve: weird people: Suppressed desire: to own a Mercedes 450 SL coupe: Future plans: college. RICHARD MILONE - 48 Shawmut Avenue: Friendly, Italian, rambunctious: Varsity Football, Golf, Prom Committee, FBLA: Likes: close friends, Christmas Eve, weekends: Dislikes: boredom, practice, burning the roof of my mouth: Pet peeve: loneliness: Suppressed desire: to reach middle age with no downfalls. VICTOR MITCHELL - 1953 Whitney Avenue: Co-Captain Varsity Golf, Varsity Swimming, Freshman Baseball: Likes: birdies, winning, baseball, swimming: Dislikes: practice, bogies, dishonest people: Pet peeve: sledge: Future plans: college. MARY ANNE MONIELLO - 1 Eleanor Road: Likes: "Jaquar", to gooot, to see people always happy and smiling, horseback riding, snowmobiling: Dislikes: "D.S.", "M.R.", spiders, staying home, unhappy people: Pet peeve: two-faced people: Suppressed desire: to own a Jaguar XKE. CLIFFORD MOREHOUSE - 106 Scrub Oak Road: Likes: girls, hard rock music, the Yankees, cars: Dislikes: show-offs, homework, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches: Pet peeve: waking up early for school on Saturday. ALEX MORGILLO - 18 Beatrice Drive PETER MORICO - 14 Carina Road: Likes: girls, good cars, electronic devices, Ham radio: Dislikes: hassels, rainy days: Pet peeve: sitting in the back of a V.W.: Future plans: electronics. EDWARD MORRELL - 29 Shaw Drive SUSAN MORSE - 63 Pool Road: Band, Swim Club, Modern Dance Club, Rainbow, Sears: Likes: working with children, vacations at Cape Cod, Sunday night meetings: Future plans: college, teaching elementary grades. CAROL MULVEY - 2107 Hartford Turnpike: Chorus, Pep Club: Likes: Steve Hermann, a warm fire, good music: Dislikes: two-faced people, fights, a cold nose: Pet peeve: getting up in the morning: Suppressed desire: to see my brother Bob: Future plans: to marry Steve. ROSEMARY MULVEY - 20 MacArthur Road: Sensitive, green eyed, sincere, talkative: FBLA, Yoga: Likes: fall, children, beaches, animals, Hawaiil: Dislikes: cliques, getting up on cold mornings, being bored, two-faced people: Pet peeve: fake people: Suppressed desire: to try everything, see everything, and to be rich: Future plans: accounting and traveling around the world, PAMELA MUNSON - 106 William Street: Brown hair, brown eyes, dimples, Drum Corp, Color Guard Captain, Rainbow for girls, Square Dancing, sewing: Likes: firemen, nature, quiet moments, long walks: Dislikes: rude people, big grounds, being alone: Future plans: "Happiness in Life". JOHN MURPHY - 25 Lincoln Street: Athletic, easy going, susceptible to injury: Soccer, Hockey, Skiing, Swimming: Likes: playing soccer, TB, going to dances, weekends, winter nights: Dislikes: practice, getting up on Monday mornings, paying for the dances: Pet peeve: people who look into my private property: Suppressed desire: to make it in the world: Future plans: college. EDWARD LOUIS NADEAU - 140 Patten Road ROBERT MICHAEL NAPPE - 10 Brookvale Road: North Haven Track and Field, North Haven Varsity Football 2371: Likes: Someone skinny with black hair, my mother's meatballs, Hunting, Fishing, my dog Genghis: Dislikes: Hockey, losing a bet, short skirts and see-through tops on girls: Pet peeve: Stuck up people, Ra4Ra's: Suppressed desire: To be a veterinarian. THOMAS NERREAU JR. - 13 Davis Road KATHLEEN MARY NESTER - 18 Laura Lane: Flute, Flute Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorus, Orchestra, Band, Triple Quartet, Educational Center for the Arts, "The Doll's House", "The Crucible", "Peter Pan": Future plans: Music studies. DIANE NICHOLLS - 5 North Ave. CAROL ANNE NIEBACKER - 125 Blakeslee Avenue: Rainbow, Freshman Swim Club: Likes: Vermont, camping, hiking, animals. DEBRA ANDREA NOCCIOLETTI - 15 Tillert Court: Likes: Traveling, water skiing, talking on the phone, soul music: Dislikes: Working, waking up in the morning. Pet peeve: Conceited or stuck-up people: Future plans: College. REMO RICHARD NOONAN - 34 Blakeslee Avenue KENNETH J. NORUP - 5 Manor Court: Likes: One '74 Camaro, being dressed up, going out: Dislikes: Dirty cars, red lights, accidents, staying home: Suppressed desire: To become famous: Future plans: To join the Navy. SUSAN NOTARO - 2227 Ridge Road: Sensitive, friendly: "No Sir.": FBLA: Likes: skiing, long walks alone: Dislikes: Work, spiders, being depressed: Pet peeve: Snotty people: Suppressed desire: To travel around the world: Future plans: Business. JOHN F. NUTILE III - 7 Spring Road: Likes: Bultaco's, ice cream, Mattabacet, skiing: Dislikes: Rocks, dances, staying home: Pet peeve: A bike that won't Start. EUGENE O'BRlEN - 21 Drazen Drive: Football- 9th grade, Baseball- 9th, 1Oth, 11th grades: Likes: Baseball, fishing: Dislikes: Authorities. KEVIN THOMAS O'BRIEN - 35 Marlborough Road: Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Club, FBLA, Sporting News: Likes: Sports, good psych., music: Dislikes: Monday practices, writing papers. JACK O'DONNELL - 79 Van Rose Drive: Likes: Liz, beer, Friday nights, concerts, money: Dislikes: Saturday mornings, school: Pet peeve: Monday mornings. LEE ANN OLSON - 2066 Hartford Turnpike: Tennis, DECA: Likes: Walking in the rain, sensitive people, dancing: Dislikes: Getting up early, diets, loud people: Future plans: College. PAUL J. ORTOLAN - 1 State St. GERALYN ANN ORTS - 59 Country Way: Sincere, forgetful, spirited: "Ready? OKAY!": Varsity Maroon Cheerleading Captain, Junior Prom Queen, Usherette, Gymnastics, Pep Club: Likes: Football games, skiing, beautiful fall days, horses, Rebel: Dislikes: Cold, rainy Sundays, stuck up and conceited people, being lonely: Pet peeve: When the phone is busy: Suppressed desire: To live a full and successful life and do what I want to do: Future plans: College, Nursing. ANNETTE PAPA - 52 Fitch Street: Likes: Swimming, horseback riding, traveling: Dislikes: Crowded places, getting up early, conceited people: Pet peeve: going to work on my day off: Future plans: secretarial school. MARIA PAPA - 170 Middletown Avenue: Likes: David, traveling, swimming, old cars, accents, going out: Dislikes: conceited people, drive-ins, people who shoot down others: Pet peeve: David moving to Florida: Future plans: business school. MARIANNE PAPA - 196 Maple Avenue: Friendly, crazy, green-eyed, talkative: "What7" "You're so dumb!": One quarter of "Our Gang", President FBLA, bowling: Likes: strawberries, sunsets, being with friends, reading: Dislikes: getting up in the morning, busy signals, having my name spelled with an "y" instead of an "i": Pet peeve: waiting: Suppressed desire: to travel around the world: Future plans: business school. 'NICHOLAS PAPA- 77 Village Nolta: Likes: playing football, parties: Dislikes: being tired, someone trying to boss you around, saying goodbye. MICHAEL PARADIS - 359 Bassett Road: Serene, sensitive, selective: Varsity Hockey, Captain two years: Varsity Baseball, Varsity Club, Usher '74 Graduation, Junior Prom Committee: Likes: hockey, P.A.S., life: Dislikes: people who pre-judge others, artificial talk, haircuts: Pet peeve: waiting for Rit to pick me up: Suppressed desire: to be completely candid in all things and with all persons: Future plans: college. STANLEY PARESE - 125 Kings Highway: introspective, retrospective, speculative: Varsity Basketball Captain, Junior Honor Guard, American Legion Boys' State, Who's Who Among American High School Students, FBLA: Likes: peace of mind, when the pressure is on, Spanky, being with friends: Dislikes: upstarts, homicidal maniacs, a person with a superiority complex: Pet peeve: procrastinating: Future plans: college. MICHAEL PARISELLA - 45 Cottontail Lane: Quiet, easygoing: Soccer, Freshman Football, Freshman Track: Likes: cars, girls, Bud: Dislikes: losing, crowds: Pet peeve: school: Future plans: technical school. DEBORAH PARLATO - 147 Culver Lane: Attractive, talkative, crazy: "Was it good7": Likes: driving around, beaches, blue eyes, cold football games: Dislikes: phonies, getting up in the morning: Pet peeve: nothing to do: Suppressed desire: for Karen to get her wish: Future plans: college. DEBORAH PAROLISE - 94 Fitch Street: Friendly, sentimental, sincere, determined: "I really don't care:": Prom Committee, SACHEM, Girls' Track Team, Dance Club: Likes: football games, winter, the beach: Dislikes: rainy days, disappointments, saying goodbye: Pet peeve: waiting: Suppressed desire: to live in the White House: Future plans: nursing. JOHN PASCARELLA - 8 Leona Avenue: Likes: skiing, working outdoors. THOMAS PATINO - 44 Clintonville Rd. DAVID PATURZO - 20 Ansonia Drive: Likes: Yankees, Reds, Cowboys, just having a good time: Dislikes: conceited people, the Boston Red Sox: Future plans: technical school. KATHRYN PAULSON - 149 Garfield Avenue: Likes: the Kinks, summer, being with friends: Dislikes: conceited people. KATHIE PAYNE - 1 Fallon Drive DIANE PEARCE - 55 Marion Drive: Likes: a certain Bear, playing softball: Dislikes: getting up in the morning, homework: Pet peeve: people who are always late. JOSEPH PELOSO -1 Judd Drive: Freshman Football, Freshman Track, FBLA. DAVID PENDLETON - 12 Philip Place JACQUELYN PEPE - 89 Grove Road: Convivial, amicable, thoughtful: Girls' Basketball, Field Hockey Captain, Track, Class Treasurer, Pep Club, Ski Club: Likes: a lonely beach, rain, sewing: Dislikes: frizzy hair, waiting, saying goodbye: Pet peeve: didactic individuals: Suppressed desire: to bring joy to others: Future plans: college. ANTHONY PERROTTI - 26 Debra Lane JOAN PETERSON - 28 Bayard Avenue: Volunteer work with retarded children: Likes: bicycling, beaches, gymnastics: Pet peeve: people who are always in a hurry: Suppressed desire: to learn to sail: Future plans: college. MICHAEL PETRICCIONE - 36 Mansfield Road: Likes: salt water, basketball, boats, cars: Dislikes: Monday morning, contradictions, being pushed. LISA PETRILLO -- 10 Shaw Drive: Friendly, funny, sincere: "Actually . . "You're gonna get it, Anne!": Class Secretary, Honor Guard, Captain All Housy Field Hockey, Track, Band, Prom Committee: Likes: Jim Croce, music, making people laugh, "PA": Dislikes: heights, snakes: Pet peeve: know-it-alls: Suppressed desire: to be a famous musician: Future plans: college. ANN PHILLIPS - 13 Cooper Road KAREN PICAGLI - 14 Drazen Drive ROBYN PINTO - 5 Laura Lane: Likes: a certain boy: Dislikes: arguments: Suppressed desire: to grow one inch: Future plans: college. KEVIN PLISZKA - 7 Mathew Lane ' JAMES POHLMAN - 40 Mansfield Road: Likes: fast cars, girls, Budweiser: Dislikes: slow drivers, school, Schaefer. JOANNE POHLMAN - 40 Mansfield Road: Likes: Kie, going out on weekends, talking on the phone, sleeping: Dislikes: busy phones, getting up to goto school, phoney people: Pet peeve: people who think they're better than others, back stabbers, C.C.: Suppressed desire: to spend the rest of my life with Kie: Future plans: nursing school. JUDY POSSIDENTE - 15 Lynn Terrace: Exuberant, versatile, stubborn: Field Hockey, SACHEM, Ski Club, Swim Club, Junior Prom Committee, Homeroom Representative: Likes: to snoop, smiles, memories: Dislikes: Rudy I., insincerity, unintentionally hurting someone, Pet peeve: incomplete dreams, Suppressed desire: to help someone less fortunate than myself, Future plans: nursing. MICHAEL PROTO - 16 Angel Place, 43544, friendly, quick tempered, competitive, Winner of Jim Croce Look-Alike Contest, Freshman Football, Baseball, and Basketball, Varsity Club, All Housy Baseball, Likes: music, sports, movies, taking long walks, Jim Croce, daredevils, going out with friends, Dislikes: losing, being second guessed, being called skinny, Pet peeve: phonies, Suppressed desire: to play pro baseball, to be Frank Serpico, Future plans: college, law enforcement. ROBERTA ANN PROTO - 254 Mill Road, Likes: beer, bars, boys, partying,fast cars, stormy nights, Dislikes: conceited people, show-offs, braggers, Pet peeve: when people walk away from you while you're talking: Suppressed desire: to marry a millionaire, Future plans: legal secretary. KATHLEEN PRUNIER - 43 Clark Avenue, Talkative, unpredictable, daring, "Get me out of hereIl", Majorettes, Captain Senior Year, Basketball, Track, Swim Team - NBTA "75", Likes: Thursday nights with Mary and George, a cenain Marine, mayonnaise, Dislikes: being told what to do, working 3-9, mustard, Pet peeve: that certain voice at 6:30 am, Suppressed desire: to be as well liked as my parents, Future plans: college, law school. DONNA PUTNEY - 8 Stanton Road, Brown eyes, sentimental, warm, "Wait a minute, I don't get thisI", FBLA, Ski Club, Junior Prom Committee, Italian Club, J.V. Volleyball, Teacher Aide, Likes: children, soft powder snow, skiing with the one you love, Dislikes: show-offs, cloudy days, saying goodbye, Pet peeve: phonies, Suppressed desire: to travel all over the U,S.A., Future plans: working with young children. LEWIS RACCIO - 6 Hemingway Rd., Italian, rowdy, Likes: 11:17, the Stones, Athas, Dislikes: chronic complainers, traitors, waiting, Pet peeve: Ceewu, Suppressed desire: for the deaf to hear and the blind to see, Future plans,: college, law enforcement. HEATHER RANDALL - 11 Woodside Drive, Concert Band, Stage Band, Marching Band, German Band, Swim Club, trombone, Rainbow, Grange, Likes: athletic guys, pickles, ice cream. KAREN RAPUANO - 45 Central Avenue NANCY REDMOUNT - 175 Forest Hill Road: Drama Club, F.l.D.L.E., Model Congress '73, SACHEM, Marching Band, Student Council, French Club, Ignite, Future plans: college. GEORGIA REYNOLDS - 56 Potter Road: Short, sensitive, quiet, Likes: music, going to the beach at night, life, Dislikes: phoney people, school, getting up in the morning, Pet peeve: Rahs, Suppressed desire: to travel, Future plans: go into some type of business. MARGARET REYNOLDS - 23 Todd Drive GARY RICE - 5 Bridgeview Road, Freshman Baseball, Varsity Soccer Captain, Likes: Linda, soccer, goal keeping, shutouts, Dislikes: gutless people, Pet peeve: losing soccer games 1-0. JACOUELINE ROCHE - 131 Shawmut Avenue, Sensitive, enthusiastic, inquisitive, Girls' Field Hockey, J.V. Basketball Captain, Track Si Field Captain two years, Junior Prom Refreshment Chairman, Junior Honor Guard, SACHEM, Pep Club, Ski Club, Likes: children, cold nights, friendly people, Dislikes: Rudy l., disappointments, incomplete sentences: Pet peeve: unpunctuality, Suppressed desire: to fully understand people, Future plans: college and working with children. SUSAN ROSADINA - 556 Skiff Street JONATHAN ROSE - 123 Highland Park Road, Green eyes, moody, carefree: Football, Track, After Prom Chairman: Likes: Louie's, Max, people, Dislikes: lies, waiting, Pet peeve: nagging people, Suppressed desire: to always be happy, Future plans: college. JOHN ROSSOTTO - 14 Laura Lane, Captain of Cross Country, Track, Dislikes: practice, Pet peeve: Rhonda, Future plans: to become a police officer. THOMAS RUDZINSKI - 65 Kimberly Circle MICHELE RUFF - 1328 Ridge Rd. ANTHONY RUOCCO - 23 Ansonia Drive, Likes: swimming, eating, Dislikes: Murray's course, Pet peeve: losing meets. KENNETH RUPLEY - 31 Clark Avenue, Crazy, mouthy, Likes: 1966 SS Chevelle, banging gears, a certain girl, Bud, McDonalds, the green, going to the drags, blowing doors in, Dislikes: Fords, Mopar's, certain cops, special people dying, getting doors blown in, Suppressed desire: to be big,tall, rich, and own a funny car, Future plans: diesel mechanic. ANGELA RUSSO - 27 Lawncrest Drive, Blue eyes, crazy, sensitive, Majorettes-three years, Field Hockey, Likes: people, food, smiles, Dislikes: loneliness, goodbyes, waiting, Pet peeve: getting up on cold mornings, Suppressed desire: to become sane. DONNA RUSSO - 1060 Hartford Turnpike, Likes: children, Italian food, sleeping late, Dislikes: getting up early, Pet peeve: inconsiderate people, Future plans: working with children. GLENN RUSZCZYK - 18 Park Rd, SUZANNE SACHSE - 22 Nancy Lane BARBARA SALLAK - 25 Pequot Avenue, Varsity Captain and All Housatonic Volleyball, Likes: potato chips, math, sports, Pet peeve: losing, Suppressed desire: to own a house by the ocean. ELLEN SALMON - 100 Round Hill Road SUSAN SALVATI - 35 Shaw Drive, Likes: coffee, cats, Beach Boys, Dislikes: D.S,, conceited people, Pet peeve: wearing stockings and shoes, Future plans: college. ROSEMARIE SAMOSKY - 260 Maple Avenue, Likes: Traveling Carnival, Dislikes: liars, nagging, litter, Pet peeve: waking up in the morning, Suppressed desire: to see America, Future plans: traveling. ANTHONY SCAFARIELLO - 4 Bowen Rd., Likes: girls, hockey, fights, friends stickin' together, Dislikes: stuck-up girls, people who think they know it all, Future plans: college. MICHELE SCHOMBURG - 10 Allen Road, Sensitive, quiet, Likes: skiing, sleeping late, summer, Dislikes: liars, staying home, being depressed, Pet peeve: loneliness, Suppressed desire: to live life to its fullest. LYNN SEOUINO - 26 Windsor Rd. East, Friendly, sincere, sensitive, "l don't know." "Oh, shut up.", Volleyball, SACHEM, Italian Club, Junior Prom Committee, Likes: Saturday nights, chocolate-chip ice cream, whipped cream fights, Dislikes: Rudy l., getting up in the morning, arguments, Pet peeve: frogs and spiders, Suppressed desire: to own a 1973 chocolate brown Camaro with a black vinyl top and craiger S.S., Future plans: nursing. LAURA SHABBOTT - 1663 Hartford Turnpike JOSEPH SICIGNANO - 4 Belvedere Road, Likes: meeting different people, girls, sleeping, having fun, Dislikes: getting up in the morning, having a hangover, people who hurt others. KAREN SIGNORE - 2111 Hartford Turnpike, Field Hockey, Pep Club, Chorus, Likes: guys, cold football games, warm open people, Dislikes: two-faced people, cold feet, last-minute decisions, Pet peeve: waiting, Suppressed desire: to meet Burt Reynolds, Future plans: nursing. GEORGE SIMPSON - 7 Allen Road, Fixing and collecting clocks, Likes: dogs, Pet peeve: people who don't listen to me, Suppressed desire: to go to Finland. EILEEN SLATER - 14 Banton Drive, Blue eyes, petite, sensitive, moody, "I don't know," "Marianne, you I don't needl", FBLA, bowling, one quarter of "Our Gang", Likes: traveling, sunsets, cold mornings, mice, Dislikes: people who don't believe me, being bugged, Pet peeve: being late, Future plans: business. PAUL SLEDZIONA - 46 Highland Park Road, Varsity Track, Likes: sports, good food, friendly people, making people laugh, helping others, Dislikes: homework, conceited people, people who make fun of others, Pet peeve: waking up early in the morning. LAURA SMITH - 23 Van Rose Drive, Blue eyes, small, emotional, "Meet me at the four corners." "Don't forget", FBLA, one quarter of "Our Gang", Likes: animals, music, Indian summers, Dislikes: unorganization, hamburgers, people who think they're better than anyone else, Pet peeve: rain on Sundays, Suppressed desire: to travel all over the world, Future plans: to be rich and successful. SONYA SMITH - 1745 Hartford Turnpike, Girls' Track Team 1972, F.l.D.L.E., Speak-Out, French Club, Volunteer Teacher Aide, Likes: Matisse, autumn days, ballet, Dislikes: ignorant people: Suppressed desire: to pilot a plane. BEN SOLNIT - 30 Short Hill Road, Orchestra, Band, Soccer, Skiing. MARTHA SPIRO - 260 Millbrook Road BERIT SORENSEN - 6 Maplecrest Lane: Solbakken ll, Gjellerup, 7400 Herning, Denmark. Volleyball, piano, Chorus, Student Council. JOANNE ST. CLAIR - 27 Corey Road: Likes: going fast in a car, good friends, diamonds: Dislikes: snotty people, getting up in the morning, when the President takes all the T.V. stations: Pet peeve: people who lie: Suppressed desire: to work with animals. ELLEN STEPHENS - 182 Rimmon Road ERWIN STOCKMANN - 98 Upper State Street PHILIP STOCKMAN - 89 Chapel Hill Rd. PAUL STRATTON - 445 Skiff Street: Big, friendly, easy going: Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Varsity Club: Likes: football, girls, food, cars, Michelob: Dislikes: plastic people, Hulls, NHHS, beef: Pet peeve: getting up and going to school: Suppressed desire: to meet the Right Person: Future plans: undecided. WILLIAM SUCHECKI - 11 Beatrice Drive CATHERINE SUCHY - 26 Barton Circle: Explorers, 4-H, Pony Club, Band: Likes: "My Cel", music, horses: Dislikes: endless housecleaning, rainy weekends, loud cars. FRANK SWARINGEN - 37 Susan Lane: Freshman, Varsity Football, Track: Likes: football, Elton John, Saturday nights, all night parties, playing hockey after school: Dislikes: not being able to play football in my Senior year: Pet peeve: Rhonda: Suppressed desire: to travel to every part of the world. MICHAEL SWIATEK - 33 Robin Court: Likes: girls, Chevys, camping: Dislikes: Monday mornings, car troubles. Pet peeve: people who can't mind their own business: Future plans: electronics. KIYOSHI TAMAGAWA- 18 Sunset Road: N.H. and E. Connecticut Symphony Awards, N.H. Youth Ensemble, E.C.A., Orchestra, String Quartet, M.A.A. Award, Junior Honor Guard, All-Connecticut Orchestra: Likes: playing concerts, math, Joplin rags: Dislikes: mediocrity, conceit, jealousy: Future plans: Music!Math studies. LORI TANENBAUM - 12 Windsor Road East: Small, shy, sincere: "Don't panic!": Teacher Aide Program, Special Education: Likes: Raggedy Ann, shopping in New York, giving special people presents: Dislikes: wasting time, cigarettes, dishonesty: Pet peeve: being 4' 10" tall: Suppressed desire: to own a pink Corvette with white fur interior: Future plans: college. GAIL TESTA - 17 Marion Court: Moody, versatile, sensitive: Junior Prom Committee: Likes: Richie, Capris, to be happy: Dislikes: getting up in the morning, working, being alone: Pet peeve: arguments: Suppressed desire: to grow my nails long: Future plans: secretary, marriage. LYNN TESTA - 7 Carriage Drive WAYNE TESTA - 380 State Street: Ski Club, Fencing Club, Latin Honor Society: Likes: boxing, hot dogging, dancing, motorcycles: Dislikes: rainy days, people who ask stupid questions: Future plans: architect. ESTEBAN TETRAULT - 400 Mansfield Road SHARON THREADGILL - 29 Roarke Road: Pep Club, Library Club, Chorus, Student Government, SACHEM, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award: Likes: books, people, the Mets: Suppressed desire: to manage the New York Mets: Future plans: Medical Records Administration. DAVID TIFFANY - 30 Chapel Hill Rd. DIANE TOMCZYK -- 533 Pool Road: Friendly, sincere, crazy: "Can I watch?": One quarter of the H.B.'s, Majorette manager: Likes: sleeping late, snow, being with friends: Dislikes: phoney people, lies, being alone: Pet peeve: being called "Tight"!: Future plans: business school. FRED TONDALO - 392 State Street LYDIA URIBE - 88 Buell Street SUZANNE VALDEN - 369 Washington Avenue: Likes: tennis, bicycling, swimming, vacationing in Maine, trips to New York: Pet peeve: cliques, people who think the sun rises and sets just for NHHS: Suppressed desire: to learn to ski. VINCENT VALENTINO - 12 Pond Hill CARLA VIENS - 127 Pool Road: Marching Band, Stage Band, Concert Band, Drama Club, Senior Student Council: Likes: playing the trumpet, outdoors, friendly people: Dislikes: cold winter days, hot summer nights: Pet peeve: a sticky trumpet valve: Suppressed desire: to top one of Scott Hecker's corny jokes: Future plans: college, travel. LOUIS VISCIO - 104 Grove Road: Determined, energetic, optimistic: Likes: amateur radio-electronics, Navy-Marine Corps, Mars, American Radio Relay League: Dislikes: cloudy days, diets: Pet peeve: cold winter weather: Suppressed desire: to become an engineer of a radio station. MARIANNE VOLPE - 16 Red Brick Lane: Friendly, cute, understanding sensitive: Pep Club, Ski Club, Cheerleading, Track, Prom Committee: Likes: memories, smiles, long walks, the beach: Dislikes: broken promises, insincerity: Pet peeve: making decisions, phoney people, getting yelled at: Suppressed desire: to travel, live life to its fullest: Future plans: college. CHARLES WARD - 225 Kings Highway JAMES WARZENIAK - 93 Scrub Oak Road: Likes: New York Giants, the Rolling Stones, Yankees: Dislikes: Boston Red Sox: Pet peeve: getting up in the morning: Future plans: trade school. JOHN WATERS - 210 Kings Highway MARK WEBER - 43 Park Rd. DONNA WETTSTONE - 25 Cottontail Lane: Volleyball, SACHEM, Band, Swim Club, Swim Team, Alliance Francaise Award, Connecticut Intern Program. EDWARD WEZOWICZ - 19 King Arthur Court THEODORE WICKHAM - 1193 Hartford Turnpike: Scuba diving, underwater photography, skiing, hunting, fishing. JOANNE WILBEFI - 525 Pool Road: Likes: R.C., 1800E Volvos, crisp autumn air, pomegranates, Dagwood: Dislikes: wearing shoes: Suppressed desire: to get married and live in the country with mah honey. SCOTT WILCOX - 59 Bailey Road: Football, Hockey: Likes: sleeping, girls, having fun: Dislikes: waking up, working, being bored. DAVID WILKE - 36 Short Hill Road: Varsity Tennis, Varsity Soccer, Band, AFS, SACHEM Sports Editor: Likes: summer vacation: Pet peeve: being called Wendell. GEORGE WILLIAMS -- 20 Fallon Drive: SACHEM '75, Ski Club, Ignite, Model Congress, F.I.D.L.E., breeding pigeons: Future plans: college - archaeology. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Ill - 4 Pentway Lane: Cheerful, friendly, outgoing: "No, uh-uhn.": Varsity Football, Junior Prom Co-Chairman, Connecticut State Delegate FBLA, FBLA Vice President: Likes: B.G., Tennessee, Friday night dates, the movies, Schlitz, summers: Dislikes: not being able to play football in Senior year: Pet peeve: a certain "French" teacherl: Suppressed desire: to achieve success by overcoming the set-backs in a world which has become more demanding: Future plans: college. LISA WINSCO - 19 Valley Brook Lane: Horseback riding, tennis, swimming, dancing, traveling: Likes: an Arabian Prince, Florida, lonely beaches, animals: Dislikes: conceited people, dishonesty: Pet peeve: people who are cruel to animals: Suppressed desire: to be a veterinarian: Future plans: college. DREW WOODING - 19 Algonquin Drive MARK ZAVORSKAS - 162 Washington Avenue RICHARD ZEENDER - 13 Monroe Street: Cross Country: Likes: the shore, winter, real people, Emerson Lake and Palmer: Dislikes: plastic people. JUDI ZINGARELLA - 30 Pine River Road: Likes: eating, taking a Sunday ride in a sports car to the beach, meeting that certain person IFrankiel: Dislikes: being alone, getting up in the morning, embarrassing moments, goodbyes: Pet peeve: snakes, people who are out for only themselves: Future plans: college Inursingl, travel. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Demetz Sandra Solitare Mr. and Mrs. John Herder Mr. and Mrs. A. Sgambato Miss Bettina Mr. and Mrs. Demetz Robert Brumbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Albert l. Sheppard William R. Currier Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lamar P. Maisano Ernest Francis Edward J. O'Donnell Mrs. Tito Pasqualoni Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Hen Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Red, Spooky, Thomas Calello Vincent Melillo Pasquale Rubino Gary M. Cohen W. Henson SOD Raymond Wilber Jerry Kronich James Copperthite Philip Flagge Louis Anderson Frank Palasiewski Edward Sullivan Michael Votto L. Savenelli Marshall Topsy, Amy, Fred Tara Lee Grillo Leslie Claire Grillo David Joel Grillo Mrs. Claire Elliot Mrs. Claire Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Grillo David Grillo Mr. and Mrs. James E. Varrone Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cochran Santi D. Pandolfi Raymond J. Lukens Charles Keane William H. Jansen Ill Mr. and Mrs. A. French The Calabreses H, James Larson Anonymous Patty and Raymond Prunier Kathleen and Mark Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prunier Robert and Linda F. Gambardella Family Don Vitone Margaret Harty Mickey and Minnie Mouse Raymond and Patty, "75" The Raymond Pruniers Mr. and Mrs. John Esposito PATRONS The class of 1975 would like to thank all those people who graciously contributed toward making this book possible. Statewide Motors Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kogan Mr. and Mrs. M. Martel Mr. and Mrs. Leonard DeMartino Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeMartino Robert L. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. .lay DeRusso Eddie Plenke - N.A.S.C.A.R. Driver Mr. Anthony Spadoro Mr. and Mrs. J. Fairer Anonymous Michael Buonpane Hal Lewis John Rosenkrantz Bob and Virginia Huelsman Mr. and Mrs. D. Dorsey Timmy Robert DeBaise Walter Zielinski Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeBaise The Fox Rick and Mary Ann Rick Mather Earl Buckmiller Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Watson Mrs. William Sallak William J. Sallak Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Russell Charles E. Vanatta Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Embler Eleanor Embler Hamilton Tiger Cat Barb Sallak Pauline Puppet Myrtle Fogtop Sharon Olsen Linda Sokett Mrs. Walter Kosako Mr. Walter Koshko Charles Hurd Family Mr. Raymond Sharples Mr. and Mrs. Zygmont Brzowski Mr. and Mrs. Richard Copeland Peanuts Michael Panosky The Tomczyk Family The ,Edward Sanford Family Bill and Marie Sanford Fran, Walt, Billy, and Carol Donna Tomczyk - '73 The George Buttery Family Bob Tomczyk, '70 Don Tomczyk, '74 Alfred, Jeffery and Gregory Colnese Mary Francise and Robert Vercellone Mr. and Mrs. Scelzo "Cozz" The Delgado's Mrs. Marquez 214 Mary Fedenco Charlotte Byrd Sandy McCracker John Wawrzeniak S. Wawreniak Revegno Accordion School Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs John Cappelletti Calvin Bolton James Warzeniak Ray Hexter Benjamin Chiari Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Johns Mrs. Phyllis C. Cimine Carl Jackobson H. Christian Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Rubino The Gates Family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balor Fragola Chet Carpenter William Jansen Philip Golino Rev. and Mrs. Dwight Campbell Chet Mount Don Bradley Whimpy Tom Annunziata Ed Evis Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Carbonelli Pete and Karen Maturo Ann Delveccio Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Papa Mr. Philip R. Martin Alexanderia M. Ranciato Mr. and Mrs. Philip McKeown Charles Zambrano Family Catherine Pethick Carbone Family Cindy and Richard Ranciato A Friend Swamp Yankee Wayne and Danny McKeown Tommy and Roger Keene Mr. and Mrs. Perricone Fred Smalley and Eileen Nesdale Mrs. Mary Harper Rainbow Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Frederick Central Maintance Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Baisl M. Wooding Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Wooding William Betzner Robert Smith Mr. Joseph Granatier Robert McCarthy Luisa Giaimo Mr. and Mrs. Sal Giaimo Bill Moore Nick Giaimo Christine Acquarulo Mary Naclerio Janice Smith Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant Pat Schomburg Sy Mairando Mr. and Mrs. Louis Persano Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cirillo Mr. and Mrs. Frank DiLeva Mr. James Gallo Richard Tyrrell The New York Yankees Judy Pcpolizio - "Pops" Mary Lee Oslian Julie Lyons Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Erbe Jane Korwek Lisa, Success, Luck and Happiness Mr. and Mrs. George A. Gorman Jr. Nancy Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gillo Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ruth D. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barbiero Jr. Joseph DeLucia Frank Ruggiero John Calamita Nicholas Torello Luis Ruggiero Anthony Gillo Michael E. Fletcher Stillman Rice Frischkorn Karl H. Niebacker Ann Marie Reynolds Robert Hannon Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. Hecker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hartnett Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Babbitt Shirley A. Murphy Ruth G. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bacon Myers Flower Shop Dr. and Mrs. George Watstein April Palm North Haven Soccer Club Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tully Lisa, Gina, Gary DeCheIlo Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dean Downs Kevin Gilbride . W. L. Davis Nac Della Valle Donald LeOuire David McDonald The Lang Family Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cappetta Mrs. S. E. Dinuzzo Lucky The Buckmiller Family Dr. 8i Mrs. George M. Montano Dr. 8i Mrs. Ronald R. Montano Girls at 419 Whalley Ave. Margaret E. Goodmaster Barbara Valentino George Reynolds Georgia Reynolds E. Verderame - I. Mel Rose Onofrio Barbara Krieg Phyillis Pacileo Nancy Cicarella In memory of Thomas Reynolds Susan Bergantino Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bergantino Sr. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bergantino Meg Blakeslee Fred Auletta Jr. Frank M. Rossi Jr. Jody Ellen D'Andrea Bruce Bergantino Karen and John Bergantino Nancy Bergantino Mrs. Joseph Paulson Joseph Paulson Florence Donnelly Barbara Liston Phil and Alice Mrs. Gulielmo Sue and Paul Rusty The Kinks Suki Siam Evelyn Connellan Anna G. Manfield Mr. Weeks Mr. Robert H. Scelzo and Family Michael Luther - Math Dept Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vanacore Ingrid M. Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Norman Buick and Family The Meeneghan Family Mrs. Lois Hazeltine and Family Carmel DeLucia Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Ewer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aquilante Jimmy Nichols A Friend A Friend Jack Anastasio Sara Martone Mr. and Mrs. George Dechello "The Litle Witch" Mia and Dean Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pinto John Festa Jr. Mrs. John Festa Mr. John Festa Ms. Liz Festa Terry Calo Miss Lynn Festa Mr. and Mrs. Adam Festa Miss Patty Festa Finda Linda Mr. Joseph Raiano Good Luck From Verna's Kathy and Michael Glynn "Best of Luck Barb" Love Mom and Dad Peter, Adele, and Tina Tinari "Good Luck Barb" From Linda Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rebecchi Mr. and Mrs. John Cappiello Best Wishes Barb, Love Donna and Ricky Mrs. Mary Mclnerney Marlene's Mother Marlene's Father Marlene's Brother Marlene's Godmother and her Husband Marlene's Grandmother - Mrs. James Lacy Marlene's Great-uncle Edward Scherer Marlene's Neighbor - Mr. and Mrs. Hackett The Godfather Marlene's friend, Ray DeMartino B. J. Haglind Kathy and Bob Mr. and Mrs. William J. Barbato Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ciarleglio Mr. Robert A. Barbato Mr. and Mrs. James Biondi Mr. and Anthony Ciarleglio Mr. and Mrs. George DeVit Mrs. C. Barbato Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lines Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jensen and Christopher Richard B. Si Lawrence D. North Anne Johnson Robert Korwek Jr. Cindy Ferrara 215 The Bartek Family Thomas A. Calello Jr. Mr. 84 Mrs. T. Tamagawa Mr. G. Schirmer Mrs. Isabel Dijot Anonymous Mrs. Ada Clarke Mr. 8i Mrs. Michael Bergantino Mrs. Roger Steves A Friend Best of Luck Class of '75, N.J.B. Joan Wanat Zing Jung The Choplicks A Friend A Friend Dave Robertson Joel Bateman Ronald Conway David Hansell Vinny DiGiuseppe, Class of '73 Steve Meyers Debbie Si Joel Mr. 81 Mrs. Bernasconi Bill Holland Jim Bernasconi Cobey Bogaert Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Giordano, Jr. Mrs. Ralph Giordano Thomas lannone and Gail Norup John J. Giordano Ralph and Tony Giordano Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Luzietti Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pinto Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norup Robin and Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norup, Jr. Rev. Louis Paturzo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paturzo Frank Paturzo, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Paturzo Shack's Hardware Marianne Miranda Mr. and Mrs. Peter Balzano Louis Balzano Mr. and Mrs. George Mendillo Cathy DiChello Mom and Dad A. Martone Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kozolis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kozolis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kozolis Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hayes Michael Perrelli Mr. and Mrs. Michael Civitello Jeffrey and Kevin Haag Mr. St Mrs. Vern Carlson Darnell, Governor Mr. 81 Mrs. Anthony Ceneri Mr. 81 Mrs. Gerald Finley Mr. 84 Mrs. Lawrence Esposito Mr. Si Mrs. Paul Norwood Mr. 84 Mrs. Thomas Geirin Hidde E. Bogaert Family Tom 81 Maria Mr. Bt Mrs. Frank D'Amora Mr. 84 Mrs. Fred D'Amora Mr. St Mrs. Gary D'Amora Mr. 81 Mrs. Louis D'Amora Congratulations, Class of '75 Mr. Si Mrs. John T. Fink Mrs. James Barry Frances Bogart Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Abbatiello Mr. Si Mrs. Donald Bogart Mr. 81 Mrs. Philip Ferraiuolo Leslie 81 Tommy Abbatiello Mr. Si Mrs. Andrew Amuro Jr. Mr. Si Mrs. Peter Colatosti Don Bogart Jr. Mr. Si Mrs. Felix Schneider Dave Ei Darlene Celano Mr. Si Mrs. Robert J. Wilke John Balint Mr. 8i Mrs. Laurence Case Mr. 81 Mrs. John McGuinness The Baskett Childern Mr. 84 Mrs. Dante C. Carboni Mrs. Dante J. Carboni Mr. St Mrs. John Morse Mr. and Mrs. A. Saluati Boni and Lainie Joan Kulenski Rose Kulikowski William Cipolli Bill Cipolli Jr. George Melillo Kenny Pannone Mary Melillo Lou Jason Pam Melillo Gail Melillo Mr. Bi Mrs. Sal D'Eugenio Michael D'Eugenio David 81 Laurie D'Eugenio Tart 81 Tart Dave 81 Phyl Olde Fashioned Meat Market Claire L. Wickham Mr. 81 Mrs. Byron E. Wickham Sr. Mr. Si Mrs. Harry F. Saranelli Sr. Kathleen and Theresa Billy Callahan Mr. 81 Mrs. Eric Bisighini Jr. Auntie Sister ' Best wishes Grandmother Dr. Si Mrs. Jolin V. Conte Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Boufford Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Randall Sr. Miss Erma Hammer Mr. and Mrs. Elwood L. Hoyt Sr. North Haven Grange 474235 Miss Dorothy Emily Randall Mr. and Mrs. James L. Dahill Mr. and Mrs. David Smith A. Harry Eckle Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Phillips Dr. and Mrs. Rafi Tofig Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Yates Victor Fabricant Claire Novak Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Franco Mr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Libson Good Luck Good Luck Elizabeth Johnson Mr. Jim Kenney Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cretella Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cretella Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nutile Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carafano Joe Carafeno Mrs. Elsie Wrin Mr. and Mrs. George Giannotti Mr. and Mrs. Lupone Anthony P. Cretella Denise and Don Mr. John Dusa Miss Barbara Kozolis Mrs. Carmela Pettorini Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keating, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lockert Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keating, Sr. J. B. White Michael Keating Robin Keating Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smedick Mr. James Keating Mrs. Gail Swarz Mrs. Sharon Pulaski Mr. and Mrs. E. Early, Sr. John Schmidbauer Mr. and Mrs. Eugene N. Early, Jr. R. A. Early Roland and Erma Pecor George R. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marcinkus Edward Marcinkus, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas D'Angelo Mary Ellen and Jay Angelo and Carol Caiafo Bette and Louie Persano Mr. and Mrs. George Eldridge Martha Solnit Art and Kay Rose Mr. and Mrs. John J. Daley Albert J. Solnit Given Anonymously Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Schlesinger Jr Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell Given Anonymously Robert G. Lenois Mr. and Mrs. Montano Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dest 216 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rossetti Steve and Lynn Dr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. The Sequino Mrs. Mildred Fezza Bershtein Scasino Prosnitz Family Gherlone Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Baker Mr. John Ma Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. nzi Francis Carbone Michael DeMartino Joe Travaglino Mario Peter Mauriello Mr. Robert Judkins Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Philip C Hayes Gibson Francis Vergoito aliendo Dawn Slater Carl Andrew Cheslock Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Draugelis Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tantorski Leo D'atri Richard L. Dobmeier Jr. Anthony P. D'atri Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Bischoff Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bischoff Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Russo Lea Marie D'addio R. and Fl. Const. Co. Inc. Gerry F. Brown Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Levenduski Darline Lush Bob and Don Betty Zyck Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oddo Sandy Russo Carol Teasdale Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Prete Marge Scoopo Mr. and Mrs. Mary Sullo Michael Scoopo Marge Guarnieri Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Angillo Angelo and Carol Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sandra Miss Jennife Nana The Millers Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Busca A. Biondillo John Kowalski Casmir Kowalski Stanley Rogalski James Biondillo Rogalski r Rogalski Joseph Parolise Daniel Mulvey Vincent Mulvey Richard LaFoe Anthony Ferraiuolo Joseph Fusco and Family Ethel R, Roche To Pumpkin From Tony L Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tarducci a Silva: "Best Of Luck" Frank Corriveau Compliments of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.E.T. John Edward Threadgill Richard W. Rosencrans Karen Rosencrans Randy Johlman Mrs. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson The Weathers Family Yogi Berra and The Mets Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cheslock Mr. and Mrs. Mathew and Philip J. Caliendo Melissa Robbins Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Quale Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fezza William J, Fuggi Kimberly Mason Mrs. A. Baine James Anthony Mason Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Bergami Mr. and Mrs. Clement Verdi Miss Olympia Bergami Mr. and Mrs. Howard Titus Dolores V. Kern Ann MacDonald Ju Bee Music Department Teresa A. Ruffolo Mr. and Mrs. George Gott Lena lsoa Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. DeMayo Uncle Joe Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schreter Dr. and Mrs. Saul lande Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Parks Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sotere Frank Marino Mr. and Mrs. Mario Caruso Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Scholder Ray Batista Joseph Murray Miss Donna Biondella Miss Barbara Biondillo Mrs. Sophia Mrowka Mr. and Mrs. J. Sterrett Mr, and Mrs. H. Pigion Susan Stockwell Lisa and Jessica "Frisky" Mr. and Mrs. lannone David and Mary '74 Maryellen Madzik '74 Dr. Murray Gollinger Wes Shean Mr. John O'Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Connell Joseph DeSarbo Louis Carbonella Mr. David Carbonella Mr. Giacomo Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Modena J. Carbonella L. Piscitelli James Lamberti E. Henry Dominic Carbonella Charles Truhart Henry S. Temples Robert Webber Edward Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Damiata B. J. Esposito John Bonini Diane DeCastilla Mary DeFrancesco Fran Giffin Mr. Bi Mrs. Bruce Burdge Lucile Desmond Mr. Si Mrs. Donald W. Rowley Sr. Mr. 81 Mrs. Stephen Radigan Miss Betty Ann Anderson Allene L. Kelly Mr. 81 Mrs. Carl Pawlowki Florence Fitz Gibbon Mr. Si Mrs, Joseph Sibiga Melva Mettler Fred S. Anonymous Adrian, Robert, Claude, Annie Abby, Donna, Tracey Mrs. Hartman Mark and company Mr. Si Mrs. Nicholas Annunziata Sweetheart and Tommy Jerry DeLucia Lynnelle Ridgeview Pharmacy Esquire Barber Shop Ken Mave Johnathan George Frei S.S. 81 J.F. True Love Mr. 81 Mrs. Vincent Corniello Mr. 8i Mrs. Joseph Corniello The Peck Family Matthew Family Beans Paula Matthew The Barnett Family Mr. Si Mrs. Murphy Dom Si Mary Sue George Bi Evelyn Breuler John 81 Marie Pine Gina Cretella A Friend James 8i Doris Alexander Gregory Alexander William H. Wrege Joan Pender Mighty Thor Thor Jr. B. Podgwaite Mr. Bi Mrs. Joseph V. Prior J. C. Burke Mr. Si Mrs. McCarthy Patrick J. Culligan Sr. Mr. Si Mrs. Leonard Orille Mr. 84 Mrs. Albert Semmler Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Gollengerg Jr. Gregg Mitchell William 0. Smith Jr. Mr. 84 Mrs. James Koutsopolos Skippy Herc Jr. Father and Mother Nature Mr. 8i Mrs. William Buick John Furrey Jay-Mars Barber Mrs. Howie Patter 217 Jill Garbero Kirsti Merkle Mr. Bi Mrs. Julie Garbero Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jarren Mr. Si Mrs. Thomas Johnson Jr. Lauri B. Good Stan Smari Kevin Pelletier J.F.P. USCGA "76" Mr. 81 Mrs. John Marinuzzi Popique Santoro "Auntie Nannette" Mr. Bi Mrs. Jerry Lehmann Mr. Nick D'Amato Mr. 8i Mrs. Nate Marinuzzi Jim lezzi Mr. 81 Mrs. Calvin lezzi D. J. Cal Si Pamie Lois Luciani Mr. Bi Mrs. R. Maresca Albert Vollono Mr. 8i Mrs. M BSILIORO Dominic Bi Shirley Marangelli Mrs. Vivian Masucci Mrs. Micchie Karen Anders T Si S Motors Jim Vendette en Mr. and Mrs. Pagliaro Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. DePasquale Mr. and Mrs. Mario Barcello Mr. and Mrs. Steven White Marc and Simone Minichino Joe, Patty, La ura, Joe Jr., Jackie, and Kimberly Mascia Cheryl and Jeffery Migliaro Mr. and Mrs. A Friend Stephen Jankowski Mr. and Ms. John Testa Jr. Mr. George Williams The Williams Yurii Mrs. G. DelGr Mr. and Mrs. Miss Earlene Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Family eco Ralph W. Buehler Sr. Black Ralph W. Buehler Jr. George T.Hubbell William Buehier Robert Shaw Michael Caiafa Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Buehler Mrs. A. Caiafa tti Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Barry Mason A Friend Dr. and Mrs. Petar Lujic Arthur Learned Shirley Learned Mr. 84 Mrs. C. Burt Richard Reilly Peter Duble Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm, McDonald Julia Reigeluth Mr. 8i Mrs. Bradford Ferns Mopsy 81 Harvard Allspice 81 Samantha Ray's Food Center Washington Avenue North Haven North Haven Bicycle Center 164 Washington Avenue North Haven Carvel Ice Cream Washington Avenue North Haven Luciani Sports North Haven Shopping Center 117 Washington Avenue North Haven A to Z Rental 631 Washington Avenue North Haven Consolidated Enterprises 170 Washington Avenue North Haven 239-2933 Prefab fireplaces, fireplace accessories, installation of siding, roofing, gutters Bob DeBaise Service Center 440 Washington Avenue North Haven 239-9109 "Smack a tree - call me" The Windsor Shoppe Cards and Gifts North Haven Shopping Center Washington Avenue North Haven Smart Set North Haven Shopping Center Washington Avenue North.Haven Convenient Deli Washington Avenue North Haven Forest Grove Pharmacy North Haven Shopping Center Washington Avenue North Haven North Haven Ceramic Tile and Floor Covering 448 Washington Avenue North Haven Congratulations to the Class of '75 The Marlin Firearms Company 100 Kenna Drive North Haven P. Hutton 81 Son North Haven Shopping Center Washington Avenue North Haven "Selling Good Clothes Since 1875" Arnold's Jewelers North Haven Shopping Center Washington Avenue North Haven Rustic Oak Washington Avenue North Haven Parese Motors 299 Washington Avenue North Haven Dunkin' Donuts 136 Washington Avenue North Haven J 81 N Enterprises Best Wishes to the Class of 1975 Congratulations to us from us 75 Congratulations from the Class of 76 Congratulations from the Class of 77 Congratulations from the Class of 78 The Andrews and Blakeslee Agency 2 Church Street North Haven 239-1668 "Service is our Business" Dairy Mart 7 Washington Avenue North Haven H. Pearce Company 393 State Street North Haven The Upjohn Company Fine Chemical Division 410 Sackett Point Road North Haven Little Bed Shoe House 528 Washington Avenue North Haven Candid Cleaners 114 Washington Avenue North Haven Precision Products incorporated 441 Washington Avenue North Haven 239-5895 Center Food Store 6 Church Street North Haven Agway, Inc. Farm Supplies 66 State Street North Haven Clintonville Service 410 Clintonville Road North Haven General Repairs North Haven Financial Association 91 Washington Avenue North Haven "The banks that serve your community"' White Tiger Karate DOJO Bruce W. Smith - Director 1893 Hartford Turnpike North Haven Bus. 239-0266 Milan's Create-a-Cake Bakery 117 Washington Avenue North Haven Anne-Richard Interiors 83 State Street North Haven "For Something Different in a Furniture Store N Best wishes to the class of "75" from the cheerleaders. 220 3, vs.w,,.y Best wishes to the class of "75" from the majorettes. ,-. 42 N A book of this nature is not the work of one person, but the combined ideas of a team -the SACH EM staff. Without this united effort such a book would not have been possible. I would like to take this opportunity to extend my ap- preciation to all SACHEM editors and their staff for the amount of time and energy they have spent to make SA- CHEM 75 a truly splendid creation. Also, an effort the size and magni- tude of SACHEM would not be possible without the assistance and determina- tion of our advisors, Nlr. Nick lannone and Mr. John Bischoff. To these two gentlemen go our sincere gratitude for contributing very timely suggestions, for reminding us of our goals, and for encouraging us to meet deadlines on time. Working with people is one of the bright sides of life, and the experience I have had working with the SACHEM staff is a joy that will live with me al- ways. The shared moments of this year have forever engraved themselves upon my memory. Therefore, to those who follow in my footsteps, l would like to say- a sincere and loyal staff makes editing a yearbook a rich and reward- ing experience. Eman Karas Editor-in-chief X Q Q . .49 1 .1 Q ri - MSI ,,e" 224 mfg ,f , X ,A.-f 35-mi fm. -Wk 5 f i linen 225 -nes -Q - - is N..-i.. SQNSX1-IQ ,ly A ri x... ws- -1. .....,, ..- 51 X 2 W w my X 33133 :iii -...... ..., . - " NH--M...-..4 - -.. . .1 - , ...,.,,,Nl, X, K - """" ---,, is-ff ..,, .4 , I.: .,,xx Q .. fm., . .. 11: -11 , .,,,f..:,,.k ,X W" 226 fx X 1 mmxslf mem s 1 mme, sv, QW' if-if ar., .X 'X .. T. T' WT M 3 15, . 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