North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA)

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A il X J?" bt f i' ll" l,h f-. v ws 1 I 3'T 1973 3 ak' v I I 5 he-11, ' lui, ' f' 4412 vw-' -. ,way 15: 5 ,f ', I- 4 ,, I ' , Af' ." Z IJZM1 , .1 ,i,q55A'I ' , , 3-,-f'.:',, . ' V Aki.. . 57 .. 1 71, ' .f A 1 . . ,fifp A- ,1 fa 'L ,- . .f e.Y"NQjl, 1 Q fir! 19 KIiQl..4fa - ,X , ' 1 , f fffebisg 4 v " E-U.. , . ,G fm.. ' , V 'un 1 ' , , .. ,, , g . , , ' 'ir . "r ' 5 4 will , . ig: i . 2143? ' " .Q 5 ,, . , ,1 f, , fi 45- , " 194 ,, f"'fEf 4 L ,L , J ,aim 5 F,,.j0 1' X," ' L 334 ,. my Z: , J , ,, 434 pk.. .V ' +2153 1 if ., :L 14 5 :fy ' 'iz an uu-.M 1 a ,,r - y. o 'lf 'A J' . , ,MN-..,, , I fr 1 1 1 C' 1 ',-,.. . 1. f 9 i, I . 5 QA! 5 ! '55 Gu I Q Tv' ,wqgunmm We must all learn to live together as brothers, or we all perish togeth- er as fools. So its one more round for experi- ence and I'm on the road again. Travel from today to today, keep- ing yesterday in your mind, leaving room for tomorrow. Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it. We are not permitted to change the frame of our destiny, but what we put into it, is ours. Now in this age of confusion, I have need of your company. Iwant, by understanding myself, to understand others, I want to be all that I am capable of becoming. Think of your own faults the first part of the night, when you are awake, and the faults of others, the latter part of the night when you are asleep. The mind is restless, turbulent, strong and unyielding - as diffi- cult to subdue as the wind. The only solutions to the problems of mankind occur through the reali- zation that survival for the individ- ual must be obtained through the survival of all mankind. Men use thought only to justify their wrongdoings and speech only to conceal their thoughts. Let those who love turmoil, arm for turmoil, their very arming will bring it. And those who love peace, arm for peace - their disarming will hasten it. The most I can do for my friend is simply to be his friend, if he knows that I am happy in loving him, he GOOCH BUOK will want no other reward. Is not friendship divine in this. In the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter and sharing of pleasures. For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed. If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is be- cause he hears a different drum- mer. Let him step tothe music that he hears however measured or far away. Rather than love, than money. than fame. give me truth. And constancy lives in the realms above: and life is thorny and youth is vain and to be wroth with the one we love. doth work like madness on the brain. Oneis real life is seldom the life one leads. Knowledge can be communicated but not wisdom. One can live it, find it, be fortified by it, do won- ders through it, but one cannot communicate or teach it. In the end, nothing is said now that has not been said before. How can I lose faith in the justice of life, when the dreams of those who sleep upon feathers are not more beautiful than the dreams of those who sleep upon the earth. It is preoccupation with possession, more than anything else, that pre- vents me from living freely and nobly. Today, well lived makes every yes- terday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. See how the masses mill and swarm and troop and muster and assail: we 3 could keep this planet warm by friction if the sun should fail. If you were a bird and lived on high youid lean on the wind when the wind came by you'd say to the wind when it took you away: that's where I wanted to go today. There is no sun without shadow and it is essential to know the right. What about you. what about me? Two years from now, where will we be? Each of us gone our separate ways. but in the headlong passage of days. I am not afraid of tomorrow. For I have seen yesterday and I love today. We must welcome the future re- membering that soon it will be the past, and we must respect the past knowing that was humanly possible. Lord make me an instrument of thy peace, where there is hatred, let me sow love. Where there is injury - pardon. Time it was and what a time it was. a time of innocence, a time of confiderces. A map of the world that does not include Utopia is not worth glanc- ing at. Enlightenment is the realization of ignorance. A great man is he who never loses his childis heart. Although I must think of and plan for tomorrow. I cannot, I must not surrender for tomorrow all that I possess today. qu' ". . . Shall I go off to South America? Shall I put out in my ship to sea? and get in my cage and be lions and tigers? or - shall I be me?,' 1: ' ' ' wr. Throw me a Hoodsie, will ya?" 1 E iw I' All 1 , I 4 -1 up-q' Xa: 1 . fi 1,4 Q-5 , '-xl-:diff -f-,rl .f5.gv1i'llm ' lf. ' I-I . X I I J s NTQ Vs "'2"?7 if 1. df!!! f vs, ,.r?:.i,iu., ,wwf-' I "Patt-a-cake V Patt-a-cake . My Face - As a beauty I am not a great star, There are others more handsome But my face - I donut mind it For I am behind it, It's the people in front get the jar! hy far. RQ W ggi? M .X E+. 41 ,V ' f ix QQ viii. , .AW I "Di DllilITi1lllll'lil1'ilHNI ii you llauc no zippm' fillilIj.1IllyNYilY?H .14 953 , . -k ifff, " X' W , , 4, it-+--,-..-M-,.' You are what you eat. "Wk-'re boys , , , they're girls . WVhat else is there to Biology?" ff! v 1 , il , . ,. k -,cv Y -. -. 4 - ., :fig ,IE- 4 r- 'vu ,,, .. Si ,l .: , . I ' 1 .,.,. 1 -. ' V N ...Ni X x Y, .fig 1 -3- 1' ' Qs. .., . A f e I I Vs 'uv "That cheerleader has a mean left jab." we , " "'ff?f.1ff-,dw 'Hf:?gw,+f,flQ,e.'15W'm:fiQl'f - ,rx , ,4 1 , , V7-,bl yn-'T f, , 4' A lf! sf '-I Y 15" 4al'?.'-WJ? 129' ff ul rf,ff4,'f'iI' 'ri' ', 'fifrv' .1 ' ' H , 1. 4-l mx. "' 'e if iw. 'A .. Y ........ c-was W-. 'ar' 3, sl 22242 ll A A KA It is hard to tell a water balloon from a football "Can't you understand?H 9 :N Ar' "You wouldn't really pull that trigger, would you?" 8 4- l We were looking for America when the tricycle got a flat. NVQ- march when he beats his drum YVe dance when he sings. WR- stake our joys and sorrows to play his game to the end. uThat's a great story - hut the NORTH STAR was printed yesterday." 53 'X X' Power to the People if 5 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF t1"I"e"-- Peter Chrisom Robert Collins Lillian johnson Ruth Kuperman 'IFE , fl - ,:' . 'ef , f 1 fi 'ffdf a ' FCE A. 1 I I , 6 Ann Cunningham Geraldine Stein Sophie Noone Rita Burke SCIENCE DEPT. f :Eg TM LKWDKQT ,xx A l Y' I :DNA S NVilma Sc-hields Andrea Grant FACULTY ar ,qs A 4 5' A ' 1 fix ,V ,.. x q: 1-1 Y V lla "ffl, if-"Fi ' 1i5fQff':--351 ' L, gf' .- .1151 In N -5 LIE:-',,. e W.: I fTTf'212151-:1:f1l- 9 'Ei -1421 .Z-ff5..'.1 - 1111, 1'-1:21 13Z:1A"'I-13. ::E5r1j:Lj.Qj:-.-af, rf' w11TT'S'1 4-1 '.' ' i-in 1::E':-shi' a r.' .- ". - -UQ. . 6.41 '-f:p!'-I7""- .4 George Golding Dorothy Poutree janet Bishop tmavf ii La I ei M35 M I., Q Y j X fx . l Anne McCann Ronald Small Katherine McCoy , is xi - ' wi , 'zn- 'N we . 4' ' if.. 51 ff H . A .W ' ',- - re".. .f f -, ' Y' X' " 'f Q, :Q A 'I 'K' .- kfm - H g.-.ff Q , X, 1 -f ,, ,N .,-' ., ' M, Q, , -3 '74 fl . 'H . A Wg. It gf. xi-JZ N , V , W, ffibig,-tas.:'i1 ' Emily De Cilio Marcia Gordon Helene Barba f ,A Hope jahn Thomas Fitzgerald Y Q rf, :W Af ,, L- V 7722 Frank Cammarata ITN I' Helen Tobin Gloria Davis 1? Mary Young Carolvn Howard Marjorie Bollen Cale Palmer Charles Cliniewicz TlliNllll'll5 Sadmw ski pr-. A' Dx F 3' sz-- 7 7 A 1 WI I S X X Tx Charles Waugh Alfred Cawthorne Katherine Townsend Melanie Nlesser BUSINESS DEPT. A f 'iiw , .,U" i,.153fs5 mx , ', ' 2 " if ,xAW, F "wr 1 Salvatore Vento Diane Daren Ninilred Tiklcanen Linda Cerstein lfx ely n lfeldinan Q Xp ' f f 1 , Eleanor Harding james Murphy Ronald Ashford Marie Y0llllg0I'Ill21Il Rena Slat-Bride Edward Ryder Charles Bunker 11 LANGUAGE DEPT. -494.1-.l..-Q' 1 Kathleen Hutchinson Anyanta Martyalr Lucy Medaglia Maria D'Arcangelo Lois Statlander Arthur Tanguay Alfredo Peterson Nancy Kelley Kathleen Hagenbach GUIDANCE DEPT. Rita Eurle Andree Caro Not pictured: Stephen Brenner Sandra Colletti Kenneth McPhee Irwin Pinkofsky Cheryl Reinertsen Sara Tolchinslcy Sara Shapiro ,Q I 5 M Z. Q81 N ' f' . f n4,,, I , 4 'N-Aff K 5 ,rl 'Q..,pv Peter Fitch joseph Israel Gail Braman P ,A z z., ci te 4 ', if . 1 - - f Q 'rm-, l. I -I f xg N., A x . , .. H I A- If 5 ' ' LL: 'f V' , ' ' Qu "X ,ff , N: Q. V wp, , Q ,, ,H V v ,V J A ' ftqgg-s Q X Q X b , X-1. 4 A , . Rn - .sir 'X ' -3' S john Murphy joan White Marjorie Rogers Richard Mever Charles Baillargeon 'wry Paul Farrell Ellen Byrne Liane Brandon ZX 'D f if Roy Merritt Cordene Everett David Bergman Eileen Sadof Marie Banks john Young Ronald LaQuaglia Lillian Carroll ENGLISH DEPT. Paul Carlin Margaret Horn Alberta Murray Lorin Validor iff ,fx QT Stephen Cordon Robert Cotto MATH DEPT. Gerald Lyons Mary Wallon David Hourin Cheryl Manoli Ronald Iirialtson lfilmund King Philip Hyun IU s..y Patricia Nleflruth Barbara Krabek SOCIAL STUDIE S 'CV -r" 'J' A'k t Dolores 'foriney Arll1urFullon Lloyd Ilill Robert Troupe Fredric Crunin Norman NlueYYilliun1s 2 r . f if Qff?'f12?L1 at is , '52, il - IAQ-4,,,.t5, 4 ti 1 wsu' George Barnes Ruth Black Alexander Hahech , Murray Roberts Judith MeDuff if Y ,- W 55 y 5, ,W ,.,, , Y M . l " 5 2 'RWM 1 f joan Carrithers Paul Stanton Leonard Miceli 1... e xgf I S 74-v-suyn,..,k w ' I., Q....: t Robert Gentry Nicholas Verenis Judith Kagen wg., e 1' t ff f-iv Arthur Burgess Bernice Muder David Lubarsky 14 ,ti W ,rx ,Mo Q' Bernard LaCouture Brian Tilley ART MUSIC HOME ECONOMICS INDUSTRIAL ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION '57 .f ,I vga, Robert Laing Eileen Rowbotham David Watson Brian Doherty Teresa Carsten Louis lonilli fx Mary O'C0nnor janet Avitable Ralph Frazier Q .I' J "-- .1 Q r- wg A h - V Q if fl? I 1- t - WI , A , Maureen McKay Alice McLaughlin Patricia Todd 15 Maurice Carbonneau Henry Pelletier fr lil ll Paul Hogan Arthur Burke ,---5 Margaret Mahoney Edward Harrington WC, I2 Marilyn Burysz '. r, 1 441 , 5 K-2 . .U In 1 w x .1,f v 1 L. ' ,,, , " af. -.. ' ,-' . 'div f 1 , 1 1 "ws . 4 e 4 1 FS, . e 1 'SEN 4, ir i Yr lim? r .1 SENIORS "C'.1fIls There is a destiny that makes us brothers None goes his way aloneg All that we send into the lives of others Comes back into our own. Cail M. Abbott Kathlyn M. Ahern if gat! Alfred L. Adduci Nancy Ahern 3 f Dana D. Ahern QP 'ya Sig? 7 f .n V The two things I will always remember North by are "Cougar" and Track. I owe a lot of thanks to my track coach. North is losing the best track coach it ever had when Mr. Gentry retires this year. f y . l . Ralph E. Aiken Edward I- Ahern 17 jeffrey M. Alpert "I would that my life remain a tear and a smile . . . a tear to unite me with those of broken heartg a smile to be a sign of my joy in existence." Melissa D. Anastasia ' r 555,331 55: - f , A ? I' f. " ' " ,a , KN-W . -fell: qmail Mark 1. Anderson flslvvif Paul R. Anderson G5 ff-ff Joanne E. Arcana The smile that you send out returns to youg 4-20-21-72g 540.00 rung Pink Feverg Lemonadeg Fordsg ice cubesg "Arcmus"g N.H., poor Mr. Tilleyg mak- ing the roundsg Turn down radio so I can seeg Seniors vs. juniorsg "Sis"g The Year to be '73g Good luck to all . . . Margret L. Ardini ' Ml ,A David 1. Ashmanskas l l 4 K Daniel W. Atkinson nl, . r If . 4 , K f , ,, , ., ,i'.a5 ' ,. if Barry M. Baldeck ff Being an American is say- ing the Pledge of Allegiance with tears in your eyes, a child in your arms, and a gun in your hand. "Q""""'P' ,..,f-Q1-Q1'1'1 , Jacquelyn M, Bangs Diane I. B3l'l'CSl Peter Barbadoro Judith C. Barrett ,ff joseph P. Barkas David P. Barry William M. Barra james A, Barry 19 Learning without thought is uselessg Thought without learning is dangerous. Confucius Change is inevitable in a progressive country. Change is constant. Benjamin Disraeli "Speech" The day is short, and the work is great. "Babylonian Talmud" We are prophets of the "new consciousness." Peter Vincent Bellotti W ,lu-r Pele! F. Barry Wayne I, Bell Be yourself and nobody elseg for only then will you avoid entangling commitments made by your double. 1r,5'f"' 'Q W "QE 1? 'fli "zi3'1l"'fi,7'7 ,,4,gzgg::1..y ' ' ff f f ' ,. e' gifglligll ff No man is free who is not v " 'jg .Nl lj -if ,,. master of himself. ' ,M --we K6 fx J 4- V ,' A 7,- , f 1' .y bg 1 2 gf' az f J' 5 ff 1 . 0 , 4.4 l if f David 1. Barthel Peter V. Bellotti W ff' Maureen C. Batts Therese F. Bellotti ' Every time we say hello to some new encounter v We are on our way Toward goodbye. im' M so M5181 kiwi? Jeannette M. Belcastro Robert E. Benson 20 lean M. Berliguet Helen Blaneb' Richard S. Bertoni Catherine Bortolotti You ve got to love whats loveable, and hate what's hateable. It takes brains to see the difference. 'Wx Paul 1. Bimmler Daniel I. Bowles People who need people are the luckiest people in the world. fi! Marilyn A. Bioni Donna M. Boyle 2 1 " ., . 0h life is like a maze of doors and they all open from the side you're on, just keep on pushing hard boy try as you may, you're going to wind up where you started from . . Cat Stevens s . ,. ,f,..,,.., I , 5, Q -"ff ,-,'m'41f:- 1 -' ffff , Everybody must get stoned. sf ' 4 g ' 1. 5 Af, 1 .ab W , ' , ' az g,Rgf.f 52254: '..j eef,,f1NQf,. 2 ' Ii ?.,,f'L2fI " if - V a 9623? , ..?zf'!ff5!t 'w dgafli Wfif . ,, e , ,ii if 4 , 'fir' RiCh3l'd Bfagg Sandra L. Brubaker loan M. Branton john Bruce A ' Don't let confusion be 3 your epitaph, Though you crawl a cracked f f and broken path 5 When you make it, You can all sit back, and laugh. ,Rai 4 'xnw , nn ...wg Z 3 1 Q3 ,X Burton A. Bray Mary C. Buckley fi ,xfmllls W Susan A. Bridgeman Bernadette C. Burke 22 Nothing on earth can smile but man. Gems may flask reflective light, But what is the flash of a diamond compared with the flash of a smile? We've only just begun." B.B. 8: S.S. There are plenty of ac- - f quaintances in the world, but very few real friends. sbt 1 Denise C, Burke Marsha I. Burnhauser Keep on truckm . . . 5 f' Elizabeth Burke Marianne P. Butts John I. Burke Denise R. Bylaska la, 'f Neil 1- Burke Nancy I. Byrnes y 23 It's really not good-bye, just see you later. Remember the good times but don't forget the bad. A " "" "ITU: 545' .'5'f?f5Q 1 ' 'Z 125 m'ffl?fi?7 f . ,:f?f ..,. U ..., H ff 69 70 71 72 73 f an sgiving Day Games f ,, . 'f Movies California ' Semi-formal ' QQ .1 Dunkin' Donuts Exchange Students Ruckusing State House Derry N.H. Faced The Mug Twins Basketball Games Rich Kid Beach Boys Back together and do it again . . , Wouldnit it be nice? A new world we now must find A search for the cloud they say is silver lined. ' A quitter never knows the meaning of accomplishment. ' -1'-sn, ,ei A, 'V Paul 1. Cadigan joseph Campbell Cheryl A. Cahill Donald F. Cameron What is past I know, but what is for to come I know not. Marie L. Calarese Catherine E. Carney He not busy being born is busy dying." - Bob Dylan - Q We--W Roy S. Caley Christine L. Carpenter 24 like ,, Xin 95" ,Hr Paul F. Carr 154 g--af 1 to Christopher N. Carroll William E. Carroll 5 I 2 Stephen 1. Cavanagh Cathy A. Cavanaugh If you love something, you must let it go free . . , and if it comes back, it is yours for- ever and if it doesn't come back, it was never yours. If it feels good do it if it wrong. W' X ' 4 , f doesn t you are doing lt Ser. .r X 3 V e . A -w V , ' ' , Q V Z 'F '- -- - 1 W. f: J.- . , I , ,- . A. ' -" ,S ' ." William F. Chaggaris ,? f 3- 75 jill F. Casey Kim M. Chiavaroli i, . Aw, As I think of my high school years I think of North Quin- cy High. Thinking of all the good times I have had in class and with my friends. Maureen A. Chiminiello Denise E. Coletta No man has more courage than the man who can stop eating after one peanut. Jeanne Cleary james Collins wwf' jf Michael Clifford Kathryn I-I. Collins Michael I. Coffey n. glbs Maureen Conlan Smile and be happy Jean M. Connolly PM A if Richard S. Connolly fl? 4?-V l' 1' H 1 fc t .4 foliage, -1 .1 f. 'H Etbxxy 2 .fr , +.,Z.,,s,a, X ' . 'V ' v vi, f".-'ruin 'kj' X 5' Douglas Connors Michael F. Conroy All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today , 2 7 fi fi 2 .:',1 Paul I. Conroy Christine Corbin i fi S727 Q AW? M f W 'sw 4 1 .. " Donna Coutts ' 'A W 5 f ? W , f ffjhf 4 .gf W we f V 1 ' s nk ., - Y ' l ff , ,. N ,,,.. rf V1 I I :ref 1 1- M .gf fix. Brian L. Cox 9 A , To each his own 'ftiffw ' ms . ' ' ' Eftgf J,...1',i.i'm' K 1 g?,g,.3Q if 4 'ingk 733 Patricia A. Craig Nw Theresa A. Croke ,An Kathleen M. Cronin As I leave high school and plow forth, I shall always remember my years at "North". Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken- winged bird that cannot flyg Hold fast to dreams for if dreams go, life is a barren field frozen with snow. - Langston Hughes - 5 :lf ,. ff 534 A ffl, 1 Gary 1. Cunniff Paul C. Cunniff Mary I. Cunningham 'QW ,f I . t f'u?,'Z'f?W' '.:: f 'Kr EJ 3' -' , ,ay ' iyzggyx 3 ' if at '- A H f V, ra ,J 1 4 , - 'fl' 2 4542? ff? fi , .sl I, f'f':'if.1 ,,A , G ,f ,, Z-Elia .f r 'ff:f,g,' 2 Y Gi f V225 ?fz , ' 9 3 ' Q3 i' ' w- z ' ?f3 . - wrgrwvu ' e ' .F 'IAKN-. at fl Robert C. Crowell john Curran s"S.p 'X "We will all sail in the many directions in which the wind blows. 0.0.L ' x f x Memories Will Linger We'll never forget the past as it lingers through the years But the future is greater and holds more promises in our future careers. 'mum Deborah C, Curry Donna L. Debello if-f David E. Curtin 'TY gf, N' P A 4 u in . -gf , - ff i.,a.4.r Diane P. Dalabon ig... I m done with the learning, e qfffffwf' ' now I'll start living." This is a time for careful looking, for happy surprises, for revealing in the newness of things, when all the world is fresh and its freshness brings only joy. The wildest hopes and the boldest, have sometimes been the cause of extraordi- nary successes. ate.: Paul A. Decristoforo 7. .Q f Ioan M. Dekarslci 'QK""n f' f , I ,, Ioan M. Day Charles W. Devarennes 29 I was walking through a dark, gloomy forest and I was sad, until I came to a part where the sun shined through and I was happy again. Yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision: but TODAY, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of Hope. is ,Gi-ag anvil--'-" Vg Alfred Dicarlo Iames D. Doherty gt? 1 Y fx , .5 r 1 ,w If if . Aw. ig - w :VV am, Q W rw: fi fy '- J? .qs- M55 if K, i . Jeffery E. Dillon Kevin I. Dolan eeoo eene "Miss Secretary' - work ll' H A V 6 Study A . Y "Make it With You" With Sharps and Flats , 'K "Car-knee" "Honesty is the Best Policy" ,pw A Good Friend Should Last a 5553 Life-Time. Catherine M. Dineen Gail L. Donovan , 'J W mf.. - s' x ' A . " 1 ry . , -5 . ' ,f , 'Qin r . 'efA'f,,,. S fic? ' ,, f- If .5, ,v1,, 5 11 if f 1. is 'fa If 1, . ex. . , 'wil' ..-Q V. Bernard F. Doherty john Doran 30 laizig "My life has been a tapestry, of rich and royal hue, an everlasting vision of the ever changing view. A wonderous woven magic in bits of blue and gold, A tapestry to see and feel, impossible to hold." - Carole King Debra Doren ' 1' I love to find that even in this day of concrete there are still places where grass grows and the sky has got clean air. This world is not so bad a world as some would like to make itg though whether good, or whether bad, de- pends on how we take it. - Michael Wentworth Beck - Edward Duff Sheila Doyle Patricia A. Duggan No love - no friendship can cross the path of our destiny without leaving some mark. Karen A. Dubeau Ann E. Durkin W N , Y i.w,2za.y.?,Qf..g, , . I -by X -,t, Anne M. Duchainey John R, Dye,- p 31 What made us friends in the long ago when first we met? Well, I think I know: the best in me and the best in you hailed each other be- cause they knew that always and always since life began our being friends was part of Cod's plan. "Where there is an open mind, there will always he a frontier." Lawrence A. Dyer 19""'1u viii.. K "What is Real? Does it mean having things Buzz in- side you and a stick-out handle?,' "It's a thing that happens to you, when a child loves you for a long, long time, not Karen E. Estabrooks just to play with but really loves you, then you become real." Mary T. Ellis Sandra C. Faitelson Robert Elson Elizabeth A. Falcetta 5? f, WV" pfifg, ,ff J f X , , 143 WM,-.- F473-'f HMP'- jay A. Erlandson Vincent R. Falzone Don't walk in front of meg Imay not follow. Don't walk behind meg Imay not lead. just walk beside me and be my friend. Friendship is just a little word, to people who make it big. If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vaing If I can ease one life the ach- ing, Or cool one pain, Or help one failing robin, Unto his next again, I shall not live in vain. Paul R. Fantucchio Paul Ferrara Paul 1. Farina Raymond F. Finn james 1. Fatseas john R. Finnell Memories - bad, good, winkies, dances, football, films, laugh, cry, STA, rally, alone, sports, lunch, hope, proms, riding, ruckus, the girls, bg, finish, four years, graduate. Here on the far side of time, we've come to the end of our line, Of days at North Quincy High. Marina Federico Diane Fitzgerald 33 It is easier today to get into college than a labor union. Ellen M. Fitzgerald V51 'ff 1 james F. Fitzgerald fi ff IQ. W WW, ff MIM' Martin D. Flaherty Patricia A. Flanagan janet C. Floren Deborah A. Flynn Michael F. Flaherty Maureen T. Foley When this you see, think of me and bear me in your mind, let people say what they may, speak of me when you find. Cod grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot changeg the courage to change the things I cang and the Wisdom to know the difference. Maybe when I've done it all, seen all there is to see I'll find out I still cannot run away from me. "Co placidly among the maddening crowd and al- ways dream of better tomor- rows For both of us." Football games, Rallys, Pa- rades, Rock and Roll Memories that will be forev- er on my mind. Goodbye North I'll miss you. .4- Steven D. Fransoso Stephen 1. Galvin Helen M. French 19' B October 9, Richie 81 Denise' loving Goodbye seniors We finally made it football, bas- lcetball, rallies, gymnastics, cheerleading, fighting ju- niors, being captain, tum- bling, competing, singing on buses, Charlie Waugh! Springfield, flirting, ruckus- ing, depressing, skipping, loving, crying. educating, being . i . at North for four years . . . goodbye forever. Wi' Lenore Gethin M' . . 2' ' f 'Ak i,:-vw. Denise A. Gagnon Christine A. Gianetti K' It If-V ' J WSYUC F- Callaghel' Kathleen A. Gill 35 "Face piles and piles of trials with smiles." - The Moody Blues I've only just begun "to live." .WV Q Dawne A. Gillespie Marie T. Giordano Hi N.Q.ll.S. 200 Story , Clique . 73 ,, Cross . Mung Crazy , Emme Gamme Howdy's . t Sports , Ral- lies . Parties Lunch Tsusan I want my hamburger Janie! ,M Best Looking: joan Crazy 49859 Legs: jackie! Ravioli's .,. in your Face! ,t Sha- na-na , Friends Beer- ies 7:55-2:30 Let it be , Bye! Richard D. Golden It is better to be silent than to say things at the wrong time that are too personalg what was appropriate ten seconds ago is so no longer, and hurts one's cause, rather than helps it. --- "Memories don't die but with time they become hazyf' mfg'- Paul j. Goslin f?f Y Q V1 WV fx-.111". Diane Ciorgetti You see things as they are: and ask "Why?" But I dream things that never were: and ask "Why not?" Gregory 1. Gougian 7 joanne Clennon How tall we are, We ve learned so much. Everything, it seems, but how to stay in touch. Mft?" Charlotte S. Graham 36 Sometimes people are never able to find the time, but in this busy world we must find ourselves. just what you want to be, you will be in the end. A smart person would go someplace else. 5 Kenneth F. Graham Mafla V- Cfieb nx7f"3Z'9' Mn.-f Michael G. Graham Eugene F. Griffin 2 O ,ul S john F. Graney VP IVR Ioann M. Crazio f f,,f , fflfu' , You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes you just might find, you get what you needlll 37 ,, saws, Jacqueline M. Griffith , I f'1l-tix!!! 4 , ' ff g if.-.. 1 , M, 1. .2 J A ,,. K b 5 .bzgl Qi Q If . S 'lf I i 1 A X5 X N gf! W -5 ff 4 'W N l .1 .V . , I It Y M' , , A X 1 at X wt. 17 " x' xg N F 5 . 12. W George W. Guilfoy Live hand and hand, and together we'll stand on the threshold ofa dream. ,73 is the year to be and I think thatls right, but now it's off to college, what a fright. ?"f'? ,, ,. f,,w xl' Laurie I. Cullage A, Look to this day for it is life, the very life of life for yes- terday is already a dream and tomorrow is only a vi- sion but today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and ev- ery tomorrow a vision of Hope. VVhat does the world ahead have in store for us smiles, tears, wealth, poverty, love, fear maybe none of these probably all nevertheless we must, and we will, find out. Patricia A. Hall Diane M. Gustafson Peter H. Hannon 'Di Alan L. Hahn De Martius nil nisi binum. fr' -MH- Anne Marie Harkin "Rock 'n Roll is here to stay" it will never die it will go down in history though I don't know why I don't care what people say Rock 'n Roll is here to stay. ,mam I Richard D. Hale Nancy Harrington White lace and promisesg a kiss for luck and we're on our way. Memory, like tapestry, sets forth in colors gay the hopes, the dreams, the happiness that blessed our yesterday. Golden threads for golden deeds, rosy tints for dreams come true, for friendships earned and friendships held are tints of heavenly blue. - Ruth Cravens , , Steven Harrison Bruce W. Henriksen Ask me no questions J I'll tell you no lies. This country is free A but the upkeep is killing us. ': 'SFS fl-5, Kevin R. Haslett I0hl1 K- H0llSh8ll Nocturne Varial "I came as a shadow, I stand now a lightg The depth of my darkness transfigures your night. My soul is a nocturne. Each note is a starg The light will not blind you So look where you are. The radiance is soothing. There's warmth in the light. I came as a shadow, To dazzle your night!" Lewis Alexander Cary R. Helfrich Susan M. Hewitt fi X 1 N .r Mafk A. Jghn J, Hickey 39 "'f7'Y'?v Kevin Hickey Helen Hogan I know there's things you never thought before, That have to do with walking out old doors. You've been pre- pared as long as time allows, Well I d0n't know how, but you're a big girl now? Susan Laurie Hicks john S. Holbrook Richard C. Hirtle 'Win . ' 'f WM P .fhfvi . , Q fzgfi, 1, M A fy! MMG ff' ' V' W 19,77 ,Q . ,M , , by ,1 , Y., 1 ff , V W My ,ff W , H 2 I' Nga iff! X14 e wif, U4 QU ' M QW, .W 7 z , . .4 ,JM ,I AQ ,V 4 J "f 2? ' JW, Wg, aff! 3. S 25.5, ,443-v'f+fWV' Thomas Hoar Bernard Holleran john F. Horan 40 To be or not be, That is the question. So what is the answer "There comes a time when everything must come to an end but for us it's only the beginning." "So good-bye North and hello world." Deborah Houlihan Lawrence Hunt I will remember ., , Scot land Forever" in the Sum- mer of "72" We W Kathleen R. Hughes Thomas lablonski Ar 3973 igiilvm.-.H Hughes Kevin Iago R925 'i HQ' Paul M' Huling Diane johnson 41 lf you smile at mc, I will understand - because that is something everybody, ev- erywhere does in the same language." , hvvj Elizabeth jordan Jean Kai-acoziane i WV' fi' 'QT' + 'wr Daniel M. Joyce Martha M. Kari 499' joseph T. joyce Irene Keenan Richard Kammer Paul Kelleher 42 I do my thing, You do your thing. I am not in this world to live up to your expecta- tions and you are not in this world to live up to mine. If by chance we find each other, it's beautiful! . . . 1 sa 'fl M--.... W Colleen W. Kelliher Carole Killvran D 4 bg D Q, gf ur 5. 2 Leo Michael Kelly Douglas M. King john W. Kennedy Kathleen A. King 405 rvn Sari Susan M. Killeen Patrice F, King 43 When the tides of life turn against you. and the currents ofthe world upset your boat! Don't just sit there and wor- ry! Do what Ido! Lie on your back and float!! - Boog I'll take my outstretched hand and offer it to anyone who comes along and tell's me he's in need of love. in need of hope, or maybe just a friend. How can I be sure in a world thatis constantly changing. 9 L l Vx Richard I. Koch Joanne T. Kwiecien A?" Happiness adds and multi- plies as we divide it with others. Patricia A. Koelsch William I. Lacey Friends and more friends, Where will they go? Far away or close to you? But surely in the memories of every day past. Kathleen M. Kubit janet L. Lander yr. 1 Paul C. Kustka Pamela I. Lane A faithful friend is a strong defense: and he that hath found such a one hath found a treasure. Listen I don't apologize for being hard to know. I am what I am. Sulking will not change that but apple pies and warm hands help and I've never known a cat that couldn't calm me down by walking slowly past my chair. Q... joseph M. Lannan The greatest gift one can give to another person is a deeper understanding of life, and the ability to love and believe in self. Nancy L. Larkin f' Spring brings an end to winter and a fresh beginning. It is a gentle farewell to yesterday and the birth ofa new hope for tomorrow. QV5 Eleanor A. Larson Hold fast to dreams, T, Barbara A. Laycock 3 r ff! ,,annwa., Q, . 1 ' q,'Zii!Zi w -f ,, ,ff .. 2,2 fa 4 ' we V' . ' 1 'Cx ,, 9521 , ' 1 w Y ' su S2 Chris 1. Lea 2 ,ffw ' . www' Nancy Leavens for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly. Annette M. Lawlor 45 1522! Claire M. Leblanc Hope is like the sun, which as we journey toward it casts the shadow of our bur den behind us. l Kevin B. Leet Michael P. Linnane Once I had all that anyone might need. It was gone be- fore I knew. Things like this should be saved until you know that when you lose it you know why. ff if 4 Charlene A. Lewis Susan R. Little 'Hymn He who tries to swim A in still waters never moves. A few wr- Daniel D. Lindberg Douglas C. Lloyd D People that I meet and pass , , In the city's broken roar, faces that I lose so soon and never found before. fi - Sarah Teasdale Gail M. Linehan Michael 1. Lydon 46 fx Creed is first in line, greed is hurting the next guy for a buck, greed is some of our leaders and people. Honesty is last in line, hon- esty is helping the next guy. Honesty is paying taxes. Honesty is poverty and mak- ing ends meet. WORDS OF WISDOMH!! 555-3 John A, Lynch Edward H. Machado N-,Y 0.0.L. Patrice V. Lyons Stephen 1. Mackay aw c,j7r Gail M. Macdonald You look around you, things they astound youg So breath in deep, you're not asleep, open your mindg You're here today, no future fearsg This day will last a thousand years . , . if you want it to. - from days of future past - Karen A. Maclean Pauline F. Macdonald Jghn W, Macpherson 47 Q-512 , Those of us who walk in light must help the ones in darkness up. For that's what life is all about and love is all there is to life. it fx Christine T. Madden Richard M. Malloy There is a cold wind coming I can tell. Blowing back the memories of times we loved so well. gyfvf-4, vw-96' "'fC"""'v- Mary A. Magnarelli Edward A. Mann ,,,.,- V Know then thyself presume not God to scan, for the proper study of mankind, is man. Kathleen A. Mahoney William Manning lin. Robert F. Mahoney Noreen F. Mannix 48 In someways I am like ev- eryone, in someways I am like somebody, but in some- ways, I am like no one else but me. 451 paul E, Marcantgnio Kenneth E. Marsters Patricia M. Marinelli Bradley Martinson fig 'WW Ronald Marinick Linda I. Mason Secrets rushing without sound Crying from your hiding places - Let me go, I cannot bear The sorrow of the passing faces. Sarah Teasdale Lorraine M- Mane Deborah L. Mathews 49 Impossible is only a word only hard work can make it a reality. Remember there is always time for a party!!! "Well I woke up this morn- ing Lucille was not in sight, I asked my friends about her but all they did was fight, Lucille!! Long tall Sally, she's built sweet, she's got everything that Uncle john needs, oh baby." LONG LIVE THE KING RICHARD! PEACE A haze over the earth, the night shines on brightly. Empty guns in the dirt. Broken cannon, battered bodies, Ashes lying round about: Pitch blackg no sound, No buildings left. A single light shines on brightly . , . The final light of peace. -l' '-uf Patricia A. Mathieson Daniel G. McCarthy iii'-' Amy 1. Matthews Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise." Patrick W. McCloskey Annette J. Mattina ,-J' His eyes are the that Transmit all they know Sparkle warm crystalline glances to show That he is your leader And he is your guide On the amazing journey together you'll ride "The Rock Opera Tommy" Judith M. McCormack Joyce E. Mazur Robert C. McCormick The Year To Be "73,' . . . Memories, signs, sports, North over Quincy, dances, cheering, ruckusing, Win- kies, Faxon, parties, Sha-na- na, roller skating, pictures, cakes, wedgeberry, talking, hoping and dreaming . . . You and I have mem- ories, Longer than the road that stretches out ahead . . . Tomorrow, today will be yesterday and you can each only live it once. So you have to enjoy each moment to its fullest so each today will be happy bright. gy f t., ,, l , ! X It ? ff"x 'f'-i f y . w- S'fQf?.P"- . ,ff .,.M.W,, 1, :c- - -fg"1:ff?Qj':fm ' ' Linda j, Mcculley Gerard P. McEleney Jeanne I. McEachern Maureen McGahan 2 john I. McEachern Karen M, McGee I never let my schooling in- terfere with my education. - Mark Twain Illlgltlum non carborendum. Lisa A- MCEIHUCY 51 Thomas F. McGinnis "Happiness is like a butterfly which when pursed is always just beyond your grasp but which, if you sit down quietly may alight upon you." Hawthorne If I can stop one heart from breaking I shall not live in vain. If I can ease one life the aching or cool one pain, 4,55 or help one fainting robin Unto his nest againg I shall not live in vain jane E. McGrath Kevin F. McMahon Debbie A. Mclntyre Patricia A. Meade To live for today and love for tomorrow is the wisdom of a fool because tomorrow is promised to no one . . ." Judith McLaughlin Robert D- Meehan Philip M. McLaughlin Alan Mekler 52 Nothing can bring peace but yourself. There are those memories - one cannot get another setg one only has those. Confidence in yourself is half the battle. Mary E, Melia Ruth Mewis Man's only limitation is his imagination. j Edward T. Menz Ioyce M. Miller Richard 1. Meredith Kevin M. Millner "Rock 'n roll will always be, I dig it till the end. It'll go down in history just you wait my friend. Rock 'n roll will always be. It'll go down in history." ff' vxzw' . . + 2311 "fl 'I 'ik , , ' 1 . 1 .ff ,fl , 14: 4 if A l.,..,.fgg,p, V .. A w ,QA David S. Merrill 53 joseph F, Misite Above the cloud with its shadow is the star with its light. North: Seniorsg remember 24-8?g Dancesg cheering: Pudding Bunzois foreverl: Nancy and I in "Rat's" Classlg Blah! Al Martino . . he goesg 76 at ShaNaNa!!g Everyone flirts sometimelg Howdy'sg That's me . . That's North . . . will miss you. Love is . . . Old friends you can talk with. Good humor is always a success. Fools walk in where angels fear to tread. Diane Mollica Linda M. Morash l The woods are lonely, dark l and deep, l but I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep. Robert Frost Kathleen M. Monahan Patricia A. Morrissey Thomas 1. Monahan Albert L. Morton If you love something let it go free, if it comes back it was yours, if it doesn't it never was. 1. I K. - Marilyn 1. Moneta 54 Robert H. Morton "The world is moving swift- ly! So take action now and make your dreams of the future a reality today." Much that I sought, I could not find: Much that I found I could not bindg Much that I bound, I could not free, Much that I freed returned to me. Lee Wilson Dodd .pa-. Glenn T. Mosesso William T. Mulcahy Richard A. Mountford Redeye, forty-nine, cheese, Beauty, No Wait, Let's Go, Psyched. I ride my bike, I roller skate Don't drive no car Don't go too fast but I go pretty far For somebody who don't drive I been all around the world. Some people say I done all right for a girl. W Barbara A. Muldoon Kathleen M. Moynihan Glen A. Mullen f' 1 1 ,V , Z' ff 'if itll am- f 14 , We xv-.'35F,,gf:Q yr ' ,, . Michael A. Mulcahy 55 Mark Mulvaney Life is full of achievements and mistakes, but the man whois successful uses his mistakes wisely to benefit himself and to achieve great er goals in life. "Do you feel more like you do now than you did before?" HIV' FIS :W john J. Mulvey Robert T. Murphy Geraldine M. Murphy Rose A. Murphy Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm! All john I. Murphy Mary E. Murray Give me Yesterday s Bread, this Day's Flesh, and last Year's Cyder. Robert C. Murphy 56 James L. Neal At 18 - Everything is possible -- And tomorrow looks promising . . . So much of life ahead I'll find a place where there's room to grow. Whether I'm right or whether I'm wrong, At least I did it my way. Jeffrey S Nelson lane Nolan A "Love" Recipe: Take a large quantity of Cheerfulness and simmer. Add alternately brimming cupfuls of Kindness and Thoughtfulness. Mix gener- ously with Sympathy. Flavor with Charity. Stir together and strain off all Selfishness. Warm with Prayer and serve with the Fruit of the Holy Spirit. Maureen C Nestor Kathleen A. Nolan I know beauty because of love. I know love because of you. Cynthia A Nickerson Joanne H. O,Brien ,f-3 Brlanj Nolan 57 Patricia O'Connor Don't worry 'bout the yesterdays Which have already gone, But plan about tomorrows which Are just beyond the dawn No matter what has taken place Upon the day before, It soon will be discarded if The morrow we explore. My will has always been my own . . . My spirit has been free , , , And I am not the one to blame . . . or credit destiny . . . For I have always kept my vow , . . And had the common sense . . , To make my choice and be prepared. . , To take the consequence. In order to see where you are, take a step out of line, and look at the space you left. Fr' ' " far Bernard 1. 0'Donnell Bruce T. Olsen Michael A. O'Hanley Joseph F. O'Neil Though we must part, there's no reason to cry, just say so long, because good friends never say good-bye. Peace, Love, Happiness forever. Catherine M. O'Hare Michael S. O'Neil There are two days in the week about which and upon which I never worry. Two carefree daysg I kept scarcely free from fear and apprehension. One of these days is Yesterday . . . And the other day is Tomorrow. 15? fThe Colden Days? Timothy I. 0'Leary Donald P. Ordway 58 Students are the world's most valuable resourceg and itis best hope for the future. ia. 4 fi' john S, Orlando William 1. Palmer rf ,'fv4f'Yi,, 5 gs P 'ff af Aoirf '43 - ' V wa' x l 'f':- , aw ' . I .., ., Mt a.f,.,..-f A ! ffw af. . 1 .,f'fgg'Q ti ,- s V -ff aaa 1-gtg-4 f ? f "f 'Wiki .' if . gl . gl K : . 1 V - 1112 - if .,,,.:' I VV 'YQ it ' ' lllv, 1 L - 1 Alfred H. O'Sullivan Paul M. Paulson Marie A. O'Sullivan julie M. Peak Denise Ouellette 59 Patricia A. Penzo "Golf and success are very similar: you strive to get to the green . , , and then 'U you're in the hole. A kaleidoscope is a fascinat ing toyg finally. though, its charm is eroded by time. Four years become a lonely past. An affair of affection with youth is over. .LQ .. 'S OP' y W .,.....-X f3.::w17 ':a,..4:f:: . Kenneth W. Perrin 'er fuzzy" Cale 1. Peterson 2 "1 ' .3 9 Every man must have Some- W 1 2 5' 7 f -rv , ,,, , QQ, X . ' 1.2.5 m u! 'iifxd 1:23 2' ,Aff Pi??'?W , ' s gym. .. , .. , , , , ' ' 4. ' wma . , Us . , if-f sf , t W t 1 ,, I, 'fp'-T? Glenn Peterson . , A L. .. , W: Q 4 f? 5 1 0 I ' TZ? ff ew l 5 J v l 2 . A!1.,,f',, , ,X W 4 liz, X fwj sy' ,v , I V4 5314, . f , 8, iz, 1 rf ' 15,1 1 '- f ', - vm 4w""'-'M . ugi iig-, f- M' ' fvz -f A ' 1 . . f m gms, V f -. -f 454' thing to die for. If a man won't die for it, he is not fit to live. Mark P. Petracca Nancy M. Phinney Robert M. Pierce sk P , I' t Edmund Petit Ronald J. Pollara Every man has a style of his own Character and thought. One's style should be like a gown, made to the measure of one's own mind. The more difficult the search, the greater the de- light of discovery. Favorite memories: Shanana, crazie Ruthie, Lube's class, Rat, winkies, I'll have some, eels, Beans, Puddin' vs. Gypsy, give 'em the first, Duck, sob, sob at dance, Howdies, Lead, Hey Jude, Fiat, My friend Flirt, "73" . . . Memory is the only paradise from which we cannot be driven. Cod grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change Courage to change the things Ican and Wisdom to knowthe difference. john M. Pomarole Annmarie A. Psota 'ls David C. Power Elaine M. Pujalte David E. Powers Mary L. Puleo Nice Nice Very Nice Nice Nice Very Nice Nice Nice Very Nice So many different People in the Same Device. Kristin A. Pratt Andrea M. Quinn 61 "If someone gives you a compliment. say Thank You - don't pretend modesty. If you know you can do something. do it." "Who are you?" said the Caterpillar. "I-I hardly know, Sir, just at present - at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since then." "To be born to create, to love, to win at games is to be born to live in time of peace. But war teaches us to lose everything and become what we are not. Many trifles make perfection, But perfection is no trifle Friends depart. and memory takes them to her Caverns, pure and deep What we have done will not he lost To all eternity. Everything ripens At its time and becomes fruit at its hour. Ann E. Quinn Paul L. Raimondi Peter C- Quinn Rhonda E. Randall Patricia A. Raeke Kevin E. Rantuccio Er Robert T. Rafferty Karen E. Ray 62 Sunshine is to flowers as smiles are to humanity. Let us, then, be what we are and speak what we think, and in all things Keep ourselves loyal to truth, and the sacred professions of friendship. Why IS it that we who speak the same language so often fail to understand? Maureen C. Reardon Patricia A. Regan fr Vw if james M. Reddy Anne T. Reilly I have walked the halls of North for 4 years. The time has passed with many a good friend at hand. Now the time has come to walk alone. Denise 1. Redman john P. Reynolds ae- --M pfr X, . Q " 4. Donald T- Reed Steven Ricciardello 63 "If I made you smile even for a little while - Then I'm happylll A day for work, an hour for sports, but for a friend life is too short. Thomas F. Rice Irene I. Rosenberg gif. ff! Wwkuaw " , Jeffrey C. Rich Donna L. Rossi I can scarcely bid you good- bye, even in a letter. I al- ways made an awkward bow. Cod bless you. 4,13 cn for-ag Jeanne M. Riley Lesley I. Runge Annmarie F. Rooney Valarie Russo As I am about to graduate from North Quincy High School I hope we have all learned to be able to live a fruitful and peaceful life on earth. I will sit by the waterfront and watch the tide come in - As the waves come and go, they will wash my past away - and from there I shall go out and seek my future. "Everything is beautiful in its own way." I have no yesterdays Time took them away. Tomorrow may not be - But I have today. Marian Ryan Linda C. Schmidtke Roads go ever ever on Under cloud and under star Yet feet that wandering have gone Turn at last to home afar. Shyrl M. Salflman Eileen M, Scott t"Who cares for you?" said Alice, who had grown to her full height by now. "You're nothing but a pack of cardslul Helen M. Scanlon William C, Shea There are a great many things I know nothing about but concerning which I know very well what I like. William I- Schaefll Robert L. Sheridan 65 8fl2f72 Saturday in the park Toad "All great men are dying, in fact I'm feeling a little faint myself." ' This above all - to thine Ti, ,251 . , - 'Q' own self be true UZ. And it must follow, as the night, the dav, I Thou canst not then be false v ' to any man. ,J- ,l , J. 4, A , ' me V a ' 2 4.. . ,...A 3 L, Q s.,,,K, -1 Kenneth C. Shine I know beauty because of '5- pw dv-vi Charles A. Smith loveg I know love because of you. Elaine R. Shwartz Ve. Diane E. Smith I ain't gonna right anythinll Donald 1. Small janet L. Smith . . . You have done it without a touch, without a word, without a sign. You have done by being yourself. Perhaps that is what being a friend means, after all. iq. ' ar 1 ?l.'A It N Agile Carole A. Smith Linda I. Smith The lasting memories of good times with good friends at North will never die. He that would live in peace and ease, must not speak all he knows, nor judge all he Sees. P. S. FRED LIVES!!! "We've gut to move!" "Everybody must get stoned." Pauline A. Smith Steven W. Spacco SIN 'RUF' joseph C. Smongeski Can ol M. Spacone Our memories at school will , 3 I gr., Nancy A. Sommers Lynda I. Sorensen always remain, To brighten our days when they seem sprinkled with ram. Today is all sufficient for the burdens we must bearg Today is ours, to live, to love, our brothers' sorrow share Tomorrow never comes to us, and yesterday is goneg therefore, today is all the time we have to build on. 67 Loretta M. Spinale Susan Z. Stamos Keep the buzz Don't walk in front of mel may not follow. Don't walk behind me I may not lead. Walk beside me and just be my friend. It is chance that makes brothers: but hearts that make friends. pepsifm.m.v.w.ssfsmilefrah -rahffordfjafs hd: h partyf24- 8ffootballfhospitalfegg fights! pintofb.b.egh,fmountfhowdw frunsfW. Qui.fswimfi gotchafghostsfdancefphone boothsflicense platefzoomzoomq tomorrow Life is too short to lose a true friend: and too long to keep a false one . . . Andrew 5l2Si0 Alexander S. Styles 400-s Wai john B. Stevens Elizabeth A. Sullivan Pail'lCl3 E. Stirling Gerard L, Sullivan Be yourself. For you are a child of the universe, l no less than the trees and the stars. And with all its shame, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful Strive to be happy. Maria A. Strazzulla Richard C. Sullivan 68 Mug'n Muffin . . . Elton john . . . "Pie" . . . Bruins . . . "If You Could Read My Mind" . . . Simon and Gar- funkle . . . "Your Song" . . horses . . . California . . . "As long as I live I'm going to try to change. Change is an indication of life." Signe D Swanson Barbara A. Thornley Srdonre Taylor Bruce Thornton Ph1llP S Taymor Alice A. Tobin As my swift days reach their goal, 'Tis all that I imploreg In life and Death, a chalnless soul, With Courage to Endure. Mary S Teehan Nancy L. Totten 69 I am being driven forward into an unknown land. The pass grows steeper, the air colder and sharper. A wind from my unknown goal stirs the strings of expectation. Still the question: Shall I ever get there? There where life resounds. a clear pure note in the silence. - Dag Hammarskjoid - I dream ofa star, an island of light where I shall be born and in the depth of its quick- ening leisure my life will ripen its works like the rice- field in the autumn sun. Martin Cray, Tagore, Van Morrison, Gershwin, Ailven Ailey, Edwin Hawkins, Bot- ticelli, and Durkee. A day is wasted without laughter. Michael 1. Touma gh TIUWQ w Ellen A. Trubiano just open your eyes, and realize, the way it's always been just open your mind and you will find, the way it's always been. just open your heart and that's a start. I have no time to hate, I'm in a hurry But I've got all the hours in the day still left to me to waste on love. and what a waste of Codis free time to not love readily and straight ahead. Marianne Venezia Patricia M. Venezia A Elaine F. Veasey john A. Vieira flies Q Charles Vella Ursula H. Voellcel "Give me an - N" "Some of my best friends are amino acids!" If you can't do your own thing help a friend do his "Friends are the flowers ln the Carden of Life." LindaM Vogel jamesF Walsh 0 u Tnanks to Murph, janet, Pat, and No for being the best friends I could ever have. Also the B.F.M. Suzanne M. Vogel Lee A. Watkins I seems to me a crime that we should age, these fragile times should never slip us by A time you never can or shall erase. As friends together watch gg. their childhood fly. - Elton john - Donna M- VOIPC jeffrey R. Watts "Don't walk in front of me - I may not follow. Don't walk behind me - I may not lead. Walk beside me - And just be my friendf' - Camus - Christine M. Walsh jane P, Webb 7 1 "I don't want to go to track practice." When does base- ball season start? lean M. Welch ,Q . I w William 1. Welch Ruth E. West Constance E. White They say some day I'll cease to feel the hurt around my heart when memories unbid- den cause sudden tears to start. Iacqueline B. White Theresa M. White Scott D. Whittemore Brian T. Wiggin Yesterday's hurt . . . is to- day's forgiving rewoven into tomorrow's understanding and love. Paul Williams Mary E- Wood Paul T- Wilson Sharon T. Woodley Virginia C. Wolfe Creg Wyman Don't walk in front of me - I may not follow Don't walk behind me - I may not lead Walk beside me and just be my friend. janet R. Wood Irene Yee 73 5 "Knowledge is powerg and the meek shall inherit the earth." "leaves tender of young contacts seem to fall too often into empty hollows while still yet so green, before the bud has even known its potential. So many beautiful flowers live never known . , ," Elaine 1. Zakrzewski john 1. Murphy LA., , r ,MQ f IJ ""' ."A'Vl ,- gl, if '- 78' V!! f','?J 44.1, , 41.5. .. , . is N1-f ' 'Jr .' A-3151 Donna C. Zenker Laura Twomey james F. Zinkowski ,I ,J-, :,V,:sA. A 'S '11: ' -:ff 1 1 4 , .X If, 1 , , -tktf-'..'. f 1143. -, ' 1 v '11, 711:91 Douglas Zukauskas It is easier to organize a con- ference onthe quality of the environment than to stoop over and pick up a gum wrapper. N.Q.H.S.f25fLittle Creek Horn! Clique X Tech! Sears! Rise and Shine X Gas PumpfScoobedobe doiingfMcKuenfToAofSto CreenefCanoeingf9f23f72f Lipstick on windsieldsf NipsfMartha's VineyardfPeasfREDf Whaaa upfB-Ballf4444f up! B-Ballf4444f depressedfHorn party f friends I happiness. Friendship without love is like a shadow without the sun. , 7'. we on V, If .-ur' 5 ,, s. HNQM 49" gr K e ' it f K HP' il J.. ...A x-:'F"" 1, Q Ll' nl an a a 'K sw., , , P :S L Lovers in Winter 'I-, 1 ' if - A 'hy 37 'Ilhe posture of-'tlf5 "A ' li Shows the prevailing wind- And ours, long misery in When you are long unkind. But forward, look, we lean - Not backward as in doubt - And still the branches green Ride, our ill weather out. 'N '10-L, Li Z '43 s Q l N ' 3 ,eg QM... ' ls, t -. . r-4-51 4 - V J ...MM4 61' 5. 4. 44 1, OU 1- ,.,ar:,,1' 7,1 --475' .,,fl .., ' 2,1-Q' if . I . ff i 3 5 'fi' A . U 14' W 131' fir- 1 PIRIT .3 - . 4 an-. 1 V Senior Advisor .Lek J. 9 X, 's agg4,,Q Varsity Cheerleaders Senior Advisor ' L afar -3 ', rs The Thanksgiving Came Pep Squad 76 junior Varsity Cheerleaders Mrs. Yakoo -L ini' 'Qu Q 'ff' H A ' ' 3 The Queen and her Court 77 Majorettes 5 1 1 ,eq 4 :fig ' " 3' . --.4 J' rf? .. ,yf ' x ff- . : 5"'NiW . fiwymvm wink-...,- .J jfas1f:'WeQ.If .vsax ----.....,,. H e Year To Be 7 .f- 4 5 x...- 4, llf wx 1 3 H? 4 ova qv.-W-. X vm. 'BQ' -, .Am 'MN fi 3.0 YW W' Ll P gf I. ' as. i .ff fast X Q' ' fx W .SQ . 1 1 'f 1 :ff 1 fl is 4' I f "' v q j l U4 J 45 my 'Fl-RS Qj ' 4. mums K ,m 3 4 X'x'? UT. ff 1 'Q I , 'es LITERA ,S J m W' 1 CAIL ABBOTT ALFRED ADDUCI 3-2-55 Al 64 Alvin Ave. 479-0249 Hockey 1.2.3. SHIRLEY AFFSA Frank 35 Royal St. Spirit Comm. 4. Cirl's Club 4. Cirl's Basketball 2. DANA D. AHERN 65 Andrews Rd. 472-8521 EDWARD J. AHERN 1-30-55 Cougar 346 W. Squantum St. Football 1.2. Spring Track 1.2.3.4. Cross Country 3.4. NANCY AHERN 45 Conant Rd. 328-0974 KATHLYN M. AHERN RALPH E. AIKEN 1-6-55 Bates 16 Division St. 328-0020 JEFFREY M. ALPERT Jeff 19 Hovey St. Football 1. MELISSA D. ANASTASIA 4-26-55 106 Vassall St. 472-0928 Bowling Team 1.2. Clee Club 1.2. MARK ANDERSON 58 Royal St. 479-1796 Soccer 3. Track 1. PAUL ANDERSON 106 Hobart St. JOANNE E. ARCANA 1-19-55Jo 10 Harvard St. 479-1027 Band 1.2.4. Cheerleader 3.4. Tri- Hi-Y 2.3.4. Cirl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Prom Comm. 3.4. MARGARET L. ARDINI 6-10-55 43 Sagamore Ave. 328-1915 Cirl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. DAVID ASHMANSKAS 4-13-55 Biggy 63 Cedar sr. 471-1964 Track l.2.3,4. Class Vice Pres. 4. Con. Stud. Comm. Football 1.2.3. Basketball 1.2.3. Sr. Prom Comm. DANIEL W. ATKINSON 4-2-55 74 Sagamore St. BARRY BALDECK 11-8-55 22 Pope St. 328-0982 Spring Track 1.2. JACQUELYN M. BANCS 6-3-55 Jackie 290 Atlantic St. Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4. North Star 3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. Prom Comm. 3.4 E.I.C. Director Stud. Affairs 4. CAIL BARANOW SENIOR DIRECTORY JOE BARKAS 187 Holbrook Rd. Colf 2.3.4. Tennis 4. WILLIAM BARRA DIANE D. BARRESI 8-31-55 36 Rawson Rd. 773-3652 Band 1.2.3.4. Orchestra 2.3. Cirl's Vocal Ens. 2.3. Clarinet Choir 4. JUDITH C. BARRETT Judi 20 Seal Rock Lane Spirit Comm. 4. DAVID P. BARRY 12-7-54 8 Anderson Rd. Jr. Class Vice Pres. Sr. Class Pres. JAMES A. BARRY 10-14-54 Jim 62 Clement Terrace Band 1.2. PETER F. BARRY 6-29-55 68 Freeman St. 773-9289 Football 1. Band 4. DAVID J. BARTHEL Capt. Outrageous 180 Davis St. MAUREEN C. BATTS JEANNETTE M. BELCASTRO 5-11-55 169 Marlboro St. Spirt Comm. 4. Cirl's Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. WAYNE BELL 7-8-55 26 Tyler St. 472-0798 Football 1.2.3. Tri. Capt. 4. Base- ball l.2. Track 3.4. Tennis 4. PETER V. BELLOTTI THERESE F. BELLOTTI Terry 120 Hillside Ave. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. Cirl's Club 4. Prom Comm. 4. Basketball 1.2. Cirl's Football 4. Cirl's Soccer 4. ROBERT BENSON 12-30-55 Hondo 27 Copley St. Track 3.4. Football 4. WILLIAM BENJAMIN JEAN M. BERLINGUET 4-17-54 Jeannie 44 Brook St. 472-6227 Treas. Bowling Team 2.3. Cirl's Club 4. Concert Choir 4. Clee Clubl. RICHARD S. BERTONI Bert 21 Ocean St. 328-9287 Football 1,2.3.4. Basketball 1. PAUL J. BIMMLER Bim 21 Deerfield St. Gymnastics. 81 MARILYN A.B1ONI 9-27-55 1VIal 36 Standish Rd. 328-5119 Band 2.3.4. Tennis 1. HELEN BLANEY 5-11-55 16 Prospect Ave. 479-1137 Basketball 3.4. Softball 2.3.4. Concert Choir 2. ROBERT D. BLEHEEN CATHERINE A. BORTOLOTTI 12-15-54 Cathy Botts ll Sunnyside Rd. 472-5609 Spirit Comm. 4. Cirlis Club 4. Clee Club 2.3.4. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. Fut. Nurse's Club 4. DANNY BOVVLES 89 Clover Ave. 773-7013 DONNA M. BOYLE 8-30-55 61 Holmes St. 472-1218 Clee Club 1. Cirlis Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. DOUGLAS BISCOE RICHARD BRACC 4-10-54 Rick 14 Sharon Rod. 328-0754 JOAN M. BRANTON 0111 34 Brae Rd. Clee Club 1.2.4. Softball 3. BURTON A. BRAY 3-lo-55 Birdy 85 Standish Ave. 479-2141 Football 1.2.3.4. Baseball 1. Bas- ketball 1.2.3. Band 1.2.3.4. Or- chestra 1.2.3.4. Stage Band 2.3.4. SUSAN A. BRIDCEMEN 4-10-55 238 Everett St. 479-5268 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Manet 4. SANDRA L. BRUBAKER 11-17-55 Sandy 247 N. Central Ave. 472-5858 Cirl's Club 3.4. Spirit Comm. 3.4. Tji-Hi-Y 4. Con. Stud. Comm. MARY C. BUCKLEY 2-13-55 Buck 34 Cheriton Rd. 479-7381 Cirl's Club See. 3. Spirit Comm. 3. North Star 2.3. Tri-Hi-Y 3. Jr. for Imrpv. of NQHS 3. JOHN BRUCE RICHARD M. BRUNDICE BRUCE BULCER 7-8-54 242 Safford St. 471-2978 BERNADETTE C. BURKE 9-25-54 Bunkins 113 Cummings Ave. 479-7732 Band 1.2.3.4. DENISE C. BURKE 12-30-54 144 Holbrook Rd. 472-2440 Jr. Prom Comm. Tri-Hi-Y 2. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. ELIZABETH A. BURKE 6-28-55 Betty Ann iBoopJ 6 Hilda St. 471-9392 Cirl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Clee Club 1.2. JOHN 1. BURKE Jack 24 1Vebster St. NEILJ. BURKE 28 Vassall St. NIARSIIA BURNHAUSER 9-13-55 Mooshie 56 Aberdeen Rd. 328-5037 Band 2.3 Sec. 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Clee Club 1. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. MARIANNE BUTTS 5-9-55 Buttsie 58 Young St. DENISE K. BYLASKA 4-24-55 Sister Craze 8 Berlin St. 773-7549 Manet 4. Tri-Hi-Y 3. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. NANCY BYRNES 8-2-55 37 VVhite St. 479-3576 Nurses Career Club 2.3.4. Cirl's Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. Cirlis Hockey 3.4. PAUL CADICAN 10-16-54 21 So. Bayfield Rd. 328-1707 Football 1.2.3.4. Basketball 3.4. Golf 2.3.4. CHERYL A. CAHILL 10-5-55 18 VV. Elm Ave. 773-6528 Cirl's Club 4. Tennis 2.3.4. Spirit Comm 4. Fut. Nurses Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. THOMAS CAIRNS MARIE L. CALARESE 6-28-55 115 Hollis Ave. 328-8495 Tri-Hi-Y 2.3. Cirl's Club 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Tennis 2. Fren. Honor Soc. 3. Majorettes 3. ROY S. CALEY 12-19-55 17 Canton Rd. Band 1.2.3.-1. DONALD F. CANIERON 6-16-55 14 Beach St. Football 1. Debate 1.2. Stud Coun: 3.4. Stud. Union 3.4. Pres. of 4. Associate Member 3. Con. Stud. Comm. 3. CATHERINE E. CARNEY 10-9-55 Cathy 18 Berlin St. Cirlis Club 4. CHRISTINE I.. CARPENTER 4-22-55 30 Randlett St. 773-1564 PAUL CARR 7-14-55 116 Taylor St. 471-9463 Soccer 3. Spring Track 4. C11RIS'l'OI'II1iR N.CTARRO1.1. 4-27-55 26 Sycamore Rd. 328-5595 Stud. Coun. 1. H1n.R1n. Rep. 2. Scicncc Club 2. Debate 2.3.4. Tres. jr. Class. jr. Prom Comm. Span. Ilonor Soc. 3. Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. Treas. Sr. Class. W11.1.1AME. CARROLL 11-17-54 Billy 236 Hollis Ave. 471-4613 Football 1.2.3.-1. Baseball 1.2.3.-1. Basketball 1. jr. Prom Usher Sr. Prom Usher. j11.1. F. CASEY 9-17-55 100Kno1lwood Rd. 328-7713 Glee Club 1. Concert Choir 2.3.4. Fut. Teaeheris Club 3. Drama Club 3. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Gir1's Club 4. Tennis 4. Tri-Hi-Y 2. jr. Prom Comm. 3. STEPHEN CAVANAGH 8-17-55 34 Sunrise Rd. 328-5927 CATHY CAVANAUGH 10-27-55 256 Beale St. 479-7130 Bowling Team 2. Nurses Recep- tionist 2. Gir1's Glee Club 3. MICHAEL R. CAVANAUGH YVILLIAM F. CHIGGARIS 5-11-55 Chiggy 52 Tyler St. 479-4353 Soccer 1.2.3. Co-Capt. 4. Gym Team 1. Boy Cheerleader. KIM CHIAVAROLI 100 Elm Ave. Glee Club 2. MAUREEN A. CHIMINIELLO 9-11-55 Chimma ll Chick St. 479-0920 Tri-Hi-Y 2.4. KAREN GAMBSYKCLASBY1 11-18-54 Kacy. Red 63 Arthur St. Cheerleader 1.2.3. Drama Club 1. 2.3. Newspaper 2. Con. Stud. Comm. Stud. Coun. 2.3. Stud. Union 3. jEANNE M. CLEARY 8-14-55jeano 115 Phillips St. 479-9729 Spirit Comm. 4. jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. MICHAEL P. CLIFFORD 8-29-55 Cliff 240 Pine St. MICHAEL j. COFFEY 1-21-55 Mike 29 Vane St. 472-6684 Soccer 3. Track 1. DENISE E. COLETTA 603 Adams St. Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. KATHRYN H. COLLINS 11-30-54 Kathy 180 Billings Rd. 479--1670 Orchestra 1.2.3.-1. Gur1's Softball 2.3. Gir1's Basketball 3. Bowling Team 3. Germ. Honor Soc. 3.4. Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. Office Re- ceptionist 4. MAUREEN E. CONLAN 3-24-55 Moe 10 Holmes St. 472-2141 Tri-Hi-Y 2.3. Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. jr. Prom Comm. jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. jEAM M. CONNOLLY ll-8-55 170 Fayette St. RICHARD S. CONNOLLY DOUGLAS CONNORS 12-7-55 Doug-O 38 Ellington Rd. 472-1208 Football 1.2.3.4. Hockey 1.2.3.4. MICHAEL F. CONROY 5-4-55 116 Marlboro St. 773-4718 Basketball 1.2. Baseball 1.2.3.4. BONNIE E. COOK 12-31-54 Cookie 64 Bay State Rd. CHRISTINE CORBIN Chris 201 Beach St. Majorette 2.3.4. Girlis Club 4. Basketball 2. DONNA M. COUTTS 9-2-55 Bug. Scoop 128 Newbury Ave. BRIAN COX PATRICK COX 89 Cummings Ave. PATRICIA A. CRAIG Patty 28 Eddie St. 472-2776 THERESA CROKE Crokie 100 Lincoln Ave. Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Basketball 2. KATHLEEN M. CRONIN Kathie 25 Albium RC1. 471-0733 Gir1's Glee Club 1. Tennis 1. Rus- sian Club 1. Polaris jour. Concert Choir 1.2.3. Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. Fren. Honor Soc. 3.4. ROBERT G. CROWELL 6-23-54 Robbie 90 E. Squantum St. 328-5616 Baseball 1. Manager 2. Track 1.3. 4. Soccer 2.3.4. Boy Cheerleader. ROBERT R. CULLUM 11-18-55 124 Montclair Ave. 328-0668 GARYj. CUNNIFF 5-14-55 132 Elliot Ave. 472-2964 Winter Track 2.3.4. Cross Country 3. Spring Track 1.2.3.4. PAUL G. CUNNIFF 1-19-55 Tips 36 Hamden Circle 472-5965 Football 1.2.3.4. Baseball 1,2,3.4. Hockey 3. Basketball 1. Weight- lifting 2.3. MARYjO CUNNINGHAM 215 No. Central Ave. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. jOHN C. CURRAN 7-18-55 128 Farrington St. 328-1185 Chess Club. DEBORAH G. CURRY 3-19-54 Debbie 52 Hilma St. 479-4223 Tri-Hi-Y 2.3. Girl's Track 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Gir1's Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. DAVID E. CURTIN 10-10-54 378 Belmont St. Fren. Honor Soc. 3.4. DIANNE P. DALABON 3-16-56 Di 18 Ruthven St. 328-1216 Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. DONNA L. DAVIDSON 61 Arnold Rd. ROBERT DAVIS 6-18-53 65 Walnut St. 328-4337 TIMOTHY DAWE jOAN M. DAY 11-9-55 93 Edwin St. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Gir1's Club 4. Cheer- leader 3.4. Prom Comm. 4. DONNA DeBELLO 9-18-55 555 North St. 335-4329 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Fut. Nurse's Club 3. PAUL A. DECRISTOFORO jOAN M. DEKARSKI 5-3-54 121 Wilson Ave. CHRISTOPHER DeLAPPE 66 Henry St. CHARLES DeVARENNES 5-4-54 Chuck 42 Andrews Rd. 773-0874 Footbal 1.2.4. Track l.2.3.4. jEFFERY F. DILLON 10-12-55 388 Belmont St. CATHERINE M. DINEEN 9-16-55 60 White St. 773-4939 BERNARD F. DOHERTY 10-13-55 Barney 31 Hovey St. Football 1.2.3. jAMES D. DOHERTY jamie 117 Greene St. Basketball 1,2.3.4. Soccer 2. Prom Comm. 4. KEVIN DOLAN Turtle 384 W. Squantum St. GAIL DONOVAN 3-20-55 134 Barham Ave. Band 2.3.4. jOHN DORAN 6-29-55 4 Hodges Ave. 328-0225 DEBRA M. DOREN 12-29-55 85 Safford St. Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. SHEILA M. DOYLE 8-21-55 157 Safford St. Orchestra 1.2. Gir1's Club 4. Germ. Honor Soc. 3.4. Sci Fair 2. E.I.G. 3. Basketball 3. Manet 4. KAREN A. DUBEAU 11-25-55 82 Safford St. 773-2762 Sr. Prom Comm. Gir1's Club 4 Spirit Comm. 4. ANNE M. DUCHAINEY EDWARD G. DUFF Gorman 440 W. Squantum St. PATRICIA A. DUGGAN Pattie 52 Throton St. 472-8948 Spirit Comm. 4. PAULjOSEPH DUNN ANN E. DURKIN 2-10-56 47 Warwick St. 479-4233 Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. JOHN R. DYER 1-21-55 59 Henry St. Baseball 1. Math Team 2,3.4. Stud. Coun. 4. Nat. Honor Soc. 3. 4. LAWRENCE A. DYER Larry 59 Henry St. Tennis Team 2,3.4. Baseball 1. Math Team 2,3.4. Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. MARY T. ELLIS 8-27-55 Terry 17 Winslow Rd. 328-0922 Stud. Coun. 2. Grad. Usher 2. Glee 'Club 1.4. Sr. Prom Usher 3. Basketball 1.2. Hm. Rm. Rep. 2.3. jr. for Imrov. of NQHS 3. Spirit Comm. 4. Prom Comm. 3. Manet 4. Gir1's Club 4. ROBERT ELSON jAY A. ERLANDSON Ace 110 Edwin St. KAREN ESTABROOKS 6-27-55 Esty 85 E. Squantum St. 328-1624 Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Gir1's Club 4. Gir1's Hockey 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. jr. Prom Comm. jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. SANDRA FAITELSON ELIZABETH A. FALCETTA 6-1-55 Parrott Liz 55 The Strand 479-4092 jr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. 4. Gir1's Club 4. VINCENT FALZONE PAUL R. FANTUCCHIO Tooch 95 Edwin St. 328-0729 PAUL FARINA 37 Rice Rd. IAMES FATSEAS 3-29-56 Fats 472-7396 Football 1.2.3. Hockey 2,3.4. Sec. of Senior Class. MARINA A. FEDERICO 5-5-55 Fred 38 Ferndale Rd. 479-0459 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. PAUL A. FERRARA 8-15-55 Head 9 Aberdeen Rd. 328-1414 RAYMOND FINN JOHN R. FINNELL ELLEN M. FITZGERALD 307 Holbrook Rd. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. JAMES F. FITZGERALD Fitzie 41 Wallace Rd. 479-0668 MARTIN D. FLAHERTY MICHAEL F. FLAHERTY 6-20-55 131 Hamilton Ave. 773-8013 PATRICIA A. FLANAGAN 11-29-55 91 Billings Rd. 471-6560 Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Girl's Hockey 3.4. Girl's Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. JOHN PAUL FLANNERY JANET C. FLOREN 3-25-55 305 Atlantic St. 328-4482 Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. DEBORAH A. FLYNN 7-21-55 Debbie 21 Bass St. 472-4514 Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. JOHN F. FOLEY MAUREEN T. FOLEY Moe 64 W. Elm Ave. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Band tBanner Bearing? 3.4. Prom Comm. Sci Fair 2. Great Books 3. Jr. Prom Comm. 3. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. STEVE D. FRANSOSO 10-6-54 Soso 157 W. Elm Ave. 471-3538 Football 1.2.3.4. Winter Track 3. 4. Spring Track 3.4. HELEN FRENCH 8-11-55 1 Sterling St. Basketball 1.2. Volleyball 1.2. Nurse's Aid 1. DENISE GAGNON 7-27-55 26 Oakland Ave. 773-9423 Gym Team 2.3, Capt. 4. Cheer- leader 4. Tri-Hi-Y 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. 4. Co-Head Cheerleader 4. WAYNE L. GALLAGHER 28 Kendall St. Rifle Club 1. Band 1.2,3,4. STEPHEN CALVIN 7-21-55 squash 87 Sims Rd. 471-1744 Band. LENORE GETHIN 178 Highland Ave. CHRISTINE A. GIANETT1 4-9-55 Tina 638 Furnace Brrok Pkwy. 471-4193 KATHLEEN A. GILL 2-2-56 Kathy 69 Young St. 328-8127 Softball 3.4. Girlis Club 4. DAWNVV A. GILLESPIE 1-23-55 Dawne 11 Clive St. 328-0390 Girl's Track 1. Hockey 1.2. Girlis Club 4. Softball 1. Tri-Hi-Y 1. Spirit Comm. 1. MARIE T. GIORDANO 11-10-55 404 Beale St. 472-1109 Tri-Hi-Y 1. Girl's Club Treas. 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. DIANE F.GIORGETT1 4-25-55 821 E. Squantum St. 328-8104 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Girlis Basketball 2. Hockey 3.4. Sr. Prom Comm. JOANNE GLENNON 3-19-55 Red 273 Wild Cat Lane 659-4576 Jr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. 4. Tri-Hi-Y 3. Girl's Club 4. RICHARD D. GOLDEN 12-31-54 Rick 143 Lansdowne Rd. 328-9578 Soccer 2.3.4. Gym Team 1.2,3.4. Stud. Coun. 2.4. Pres. 4. Spirit Comm. 4. North Star 4. PAUL 1. GOSLIN 30 Walker St. Co-Capt. Debate Team 4. Debate North Star 3. Ed.-in-Chief 4. Drama 3. Concert Choir 4. S.E. District Drama Fest. 3. Stud. Un- ion 4. Hm. Rm. Rep. 3. GREGORY GOUGIAN 3-31-55 Greg 13 Hillcrest Rd. 328-1325 Sec. Treas. Chess Club 2.3.4. CHARLOTTE SUSAN GRAHAM 1-18-55 42 Woodbine St. Girl's Glee Club 1. Tutoring 2.4. KENNETH F. GRAHAM 8-4-55 43 Elliot St. 773-0520 Hockey 1.2,3.4. MICHAEL G. GRAHAM 9-4-55 Mike 63 Prospect Ave. 471-4587 Chefis Club Hm. Rm. Rep. JOHN F. GRANEY 9-10-54 Jake 62 Hilma St. 479-7047 Hockey 2. MARLE GRIEB 9-8-55 190 Everett St. 773-4238 Softball 3. Girl's Club 4. JOANNE M. GRAZIO EUGENE F. GRIFFIN 8-8-55 49 Appleton St. 328-2670 Football 1,2.3.4. Weightlifting 2. 3.4. JACQUELINE M. GRIFFITH 5-24-55 Jackie 31 Harbor View St. 328-9101 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. GEORGE GUILFOY 2-24-55 Cousin 29 Essex St. 328-7326 Germ. Honor Soc. 3.4. Golf 1.2. LAURIE GULLAGE 25 Hummock Rd. Girlis Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. DIANE M. GUSTAFSON 3-31-55 Gussie 104 Vassal St. 472-1449 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Dance Club 3. Jr. Prom Comm. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. ALAN L. HAHN 12-23-54 Al 388 Highland Ave. Orchestra 1.2. Debate 2. Foreign Exchange Club 3.4. Cultural Club 3.4. RICHARD D. HALE 1-22-55 Nathan 114 Wilson Ave. 773-0083 PATRICIA A. HALL 2-6-55 35 Hovey St. PETER H. HANNON Ace 141 Clay St. ANN MARIE HARKIN 9-17-55 Daisy 29 Bass St. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. NANCY HARRINGTON 3-17-55 Harry 1 Seymour St. Mixed Glee Club Fut. Nurse's Club. Spirit Comm. 4. Girlis Club. Sr. Prom Comm. Girlis Hockey. STEPHEN F. HARRISON 8-7-55 51 Saratoga St. 328-1804 KEVIN HASLETT GARY R. HELFRICH 21 Cheriton Rd. 479-6857 Soccer 1.2.3. MARK A. HEMPHILL 2-24-55 Hempy 125 Newbury Ave. 328-7958 Football 1.3.4. BRUCE HENRIKSEN 8-12-55 179 Everett St. 479-6760 Golf 2.3.4. JOHN K. HENSHALL SUSAN M. HEWITT 7-23-55 Sue 51 Lunt St. 479-3122 Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 4. Girl's Club 4. JV Cheerleader 3. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. JOHN J. HICKEY 4-30-55 79 Walnut St. 328-1218 KEVIN HICKEY Baggs 31 Appleton 328-5637 SUSAN LAURIE HICKS 10-29-55 Laurie 47 Channing St. 471-3152 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Spirit Comm. 4. Dance Comm, ANITA D. HILL RICHARD C. HIRTLE 10-2-55 31 Calumet St. 479-0941 Baseball 1.2.3.4. THOMAS HOAR 6-22-54 T 74 Holbrook Rd. 472-7279 Soccer 2.3.4. Hockey 2. Manager 3.4. HELEN HOGAN JOHN SCOTT HOLBROOK 29 Sherman St. 773-6579 Sci. Club 1. BERNIE HOLLERANCE 8-15-55 773-9164 53 Florence St. Football 2.3.4. Basketball 1.2.3.4. Track 2.3.4. JOHN HORAN 12-6-53 Jack 70 Andrews Rd. 479-7797 DEBORAH A. HOULIHAN 11-22-54 Chester-Debbie 1 Trevore St. 328-6456 Trip-Hi-Y 4. Girl's Club. Spirit Comm. KATHLEEN R. HUGHES 3-24-55 Kathy 229 Arlington St. 472-7387 Tennis 3.4. Girl's Club. KATHY HUGHES PAUL M. HULING 7-1-55 134 Willow St. 472-1886 LAWRENCE P. HUNT 10-12-55 228 Holbrook Rd. THOMAS D. JABLONSKI Pud 70 Faxon Rd. 328-5841 KEVIN JAGO 7-28-55Jarblo 11 Windsor Rd. 328-9532 Hockey 3.4. Baseball 3.4. Lan- guage Honor Soc. 3.4. DIANE R. JOHNSON 5-20-55 5 Sycamore Rd. 328-4775 Hm. Rm. Rep. 1.2.3.-1. Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3.4. Fut. Nurse's 2.3. Jr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club Pres. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. ELIZABETH A. JORDAN 5-18-55 Beth 36 Stedman St. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Girlis Club 4. Hockey 3.4. DANIEL M. JOYCE 1-9-55 Dipp 89 Hamilton Ave. 479-8879 Football 1. JOSEPH T. JOYCE Jose, 26 Northfield Rd. RICHARD KAMMER JEAN Nl. K KR.-XCOZIAN 4-12-55 Jcarmie Bclixy 7 lfssex St. 328-1283 Tri-Ili-Y 4. Girlis Club 4. N1.XR'1'11,X NI. KAR1 10-10-54 N1:xL2gicN1ae 82 Sacliem St. Nurseis Career Club 2.3. Girlis Club 4. Tri-Ili-Y 3. Spirit Comm. 4. IRENE KEICN .KN 8-24-55 Rene 10 Hamilton Ave. 472-1083 PAUL KELLEIIER 4-16-55 Kel 48 Ardell St. Football 1.3.4. Track 2.3.4. COLLEEN YV. KELLIHER 81 Hollis Ave. 328-5989 Girl's Bowling 3. Girlis Softball 2. Girlis Hockey 3. BARBARA KELLY 8-31-54 LEO MICHAEL KELLY 12-31-54 THERESA M. KELLY 8-31-54 JOHN YY. KENNEDY 1-20-55 27 Barham Ave. Language Honor Soc. 3.4. Foot- ball 1. Basketball 1. Baseball 1. SUSAN M. KILLEEN 11-3-54 318 W. Squantum St. 479-8145 Fut. Teacheris Club 1. Girl's Bowling 1.2.3. Spirit Comm. 4. North Star 2. CAROLE KILLORAN DOUGLAS M. KING 54 1Vayland St. 773-6184 Spring Track 1. KATHLEEN ANN KING 11-1-55 Kathy 6 Ardell St. 328-0990 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. PATRICE FRANCES KING 2-4-56 Patti 7 WVindsor Rd. Bowling. Softball. Girl's Club. Basketball. JAMESJ. KIRBY RICHARD KOCH 4-2-55 Uncola 241 Newbury Ave. 472-1599 Football 1.3. Sci Fair 2. PATRCIIA A. KOELSCH 6-3-55 Patti 67 Billings St. 328-4664 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Tri- Hi-Y 4. Jr. Prom Comm. 3. Sr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. Tennis Team 1. Office Receptionist 4. KATHLEEN M. KUBIT 3-to-55 Q.B. 39 Washington Park Rd. JOANNA T.KW1ECIIIEN 7-23-55 VVILLIAM LACY 11-17-54 JANIi'l'1.ANIJ1'IR 221 lflmvvood Ave. 479-4074 Concert Choir 2.3.4. Nlajorcttes 2. 3. Capt. 4. Girl's Bowling 1. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. PAM ELA LANE 6-15-55 Pam 169 Billings St. 328-4191 E.1.G. Softball 2. Girlis Club 4. Sci Fair 3. JOE M. LANNAN 11-12-54 259 Harvard St. 479-5091 Varsity Hockey 2.3.4. Sci Fair 2. NANCY L. LARKIN 7-19-55 Sparkle 14 Speakman St. 472-6320 Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Concert Choir 2.3.4. Band 3.4. Girl's Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Hm. Rm. Rep. 2.3. ANNETTE M. LAVVLOR 6-10-55 81 Davis St. 479-4031 Tennis 1.2.3.4. Girl's Club 4. Spir- it Comm. BARBARA A. LAYCOCK 152 Kemper St. Tri-Hi-Y 3. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. CHRISJAMES LEA 4-16-55 Chipper 40 Tyler St. 479-7628 Football 2. NANCY LEAVENS 1-28-55 Nunce 212 Parke Ave. Spirit Comm. Prom Comm. Girl's Club. Tri-Hi-Y. CLAIRE M. LeBLANC 4-10-55 50 Wayne St. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. Manet 4. Tri-Hi-Y 3. Office Receptionist 2. CHARLENE A. LEWIS 11-17-55 50 Bay State Rd. 328-4772 Glee Club 1. Girlis Club 4. Bas- ketball 3.4. KEVIN LEET 10-27-55 DANIEL LINDBERG 11-7-55 GAIL M. LINEHAN 6-28-55 Buttons 31 Belmont St. 479-3618 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Glee Club 1. MICHAEL P. LINNANE 147 Clay St. SUSAN R. LITTLE 6-21-55 301 Belmont St. Fut. Nurse's Club 3.4. Girl's Club 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. 4. Glee Club 2.3. KAREN LIZ 12-29-53 DOUGLAS LLOYD 8-1-55 MICHAEL LYDON 215 Parke Ave. JOHN A. LYNCH 4-16-55 PATRICE V. LYONS 5-3-55 Tricie 232 Billings Rd. 773-2212 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Glee Club 1. GAIL MAC DONALD 6-15-55 Mac 33 Amesbury St. 773-9303 Girlis Club 4. Spirit Comm. Tri- Ili-Y 3. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Glee Club 2. PAULINE F. MACDONALD 3-11-55 Paulie 6 Sonoma Rd. 328-0260 Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Usher 3. Sr. Prom Comm. Jr. Prom Comm. Fut. Nurseis 2.4. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. Girlis Club 4. Fut. Teacher's 2. V.P. Tri- Hi-Y 4. EDWARD H. MACHADO 11-5-54 Eddie 18 Heath St. 328-1628 Basketball 1. Football 1. STEVE MACKAY 8-18-54 Archie 26 Dunbarton 773-6222 Hockey 1.2.3.4. KAREN A. MACLEAN 1-4-55 16 Ridgeway St. Nurse's Career Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. JOHN 1V.MACPHERSON Jack 23 Freeman St. CHRISTINE T. MADDEN 5-12-55 Chris 78 Ardell St. 328-4965 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Girlis Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Fut. Nurse's Club 4. Tennis 1.2. Jr. Prom Comm. Sec. Tri-Hi-Y 3. Fut. Teacher's Club 2. MARY ANN M. MACNARELLI 1-1-55 150 Beach St. 773-7493 Cheerleader 2. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Office Receptionist 1. KATHLEEN A. MAHONEY 1-16-55 Kathie 20 Hilda St. 773-7842 Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Imrpov. of NQHS 3. ROBERT MAHONEY 11 Greene St. ROY MAHONEY 12-15-55 RICHARD M. MALLOY 106 Wendall Ave. Cross Country 2.3.4. YVinter Track 2.3.4. Spring Track 2.3.4. NOREEN F. MANNIX 5-14-55 No No 74 Faxon Rd. 328-4520 Tri-Hi-Y 2.3. Pres. 4. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3 PAUL MARCANTONIO 209 Harvard St. Rifle Club 1. Glee Club 1.3. Con- cert Choir 2.3.4. Manager 4. PATRICIA M. MARINELLI 12-14-54 Pat 162 Highland Ave. 479-6080 Tri-Hi-Y 2. Spirit Comm. 4. RONALD MARINICK 5-12-55 LORRAINE M. MARRE 1-16-55 267 VV. Squantum St. 773-4244 Glee Club 1. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Prom Comm. 4. KENNETH E. MASTERS 11-17-55 Muck 40 Estabrook Rd. 479-7727 Basketball l.2.3.4. BRADLEY R. MARTINSON 1-27-55 44 Freemen St. 479-8714 Soccer 1.2.3. FRANK NIASCIULLI 8-17-55 200 Hughland Ave. 773-9887 LINDA MASON 8-28-55 7 Richfield St. 327-1369 Tri-Hi-Y 2.4. Girl's Club 4. Nurse's Club 2.4. Jr. Prom Comm. DEBORAH L. MATHEWS 6-18-55 Debbie 49 Webster St. 328-7961 Tri-Hi-Y 2. E.I.G. 3. Jr. Prom Comm. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. PATRICIA ANN MATHIESON 2-27-54 Pattie 147 Fenno St. 773-6835 Cheerleader 2.3. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. AMYJ. MATTHEWS 397 Highland Ave. 472-3037 Debate 2.3.4. Stud. Fae. Coun. 3. Stud. Union 4. Nat. Honor Soc. 3. 4. Germ. Honor Soc. 3.4. North Star 2.3.4. Art Editor. ANNETTE JEAN MATTINA 8-27-55 398 Belmont St. 472-7237 Cirl's Club 4. JOYCE E. MAZUR 2-10-55 Maze 32 Morrison St. 773-2077 Spirit Comm. 4. Tri-Hi-Y 4. Girl's Club 4. Hm. Rm. Rep. 2.3.4. DAN MCCARTHY 8 Lillian Rd. 479-5587 EDWARD MCCANN 11-21-53 PAT MCCLOSEKY 15 Edwin St. 328-4779 JUDITY MARIE MCCORMACK 10-28-55 Judy 10 Wadsworth St. 328-8828 Jr. Prom Comm. Girlis Club 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. Tennis 1.3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. ROBERT MCCORMICK 6-19-55 Mac-a-doo 103 Faxon Rd. 479-8963 Football 1.2.3.4. Winter Track 3, 3.4. Spring Track 2.3.4. Jr. Prom Usher. Senior Prom Usher. LINDAJ. MCCULLEY 58 Hovey St. JEANNE I. MCEACHERN 9-13-55 479-9515 JOHN J. MCEACHERN 11-25-55 LISA A. MCELANEY 2-7-56 109 Grand View Ave. 471-4832 North Star 3.4. Debate 4. Co-Ed. Polaris Journal 3.4. Manet 4. As- soc. Member to School Commit- tee 4. Chairman NQHS,s Stud. Union Advisory Coun. NQ's Advi- sor to State Stud. Advisory Coun- cil 3.4. GERARD MCELENEY 3-8-55 MAUREEN MCGAIIAN 10-21-55 12 Cleaves St. 773-7770 Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. Language Honor Soc. 3.4. E.1.G. 3. THOMAS F. MCGINNIS 7-25-55 Tommy 23 Barham Ave. 888-6666 Gvm Team 1.2.3. Orchestra 4. Gimlf 2.3. KAREN MCCEE 8-14-55 JANE MCGRATH 6-15-55 Red 65 So. Bayfield 328-4290 Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Tri- Hi-Y 2. Softball 1.2. DEBBIE MCINTYRE Ducky 70 Bromfield St. Majorette 2. Head Majorette 3. Head of Band 4. JUDITH A. MCLAUGHLIN 2-17-56 Judy 37 Vassall St. 479-7847 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. PAUL T. MCGAUGHLIN Magoo 19 Shoreham St. KEVIN F. MCMAHON 11-22-55 69 Phillips S1. Track 1. PATRICIA A. MEADE 7-6-55 Pat 315 Billings Rd. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. Girl's Club 4. E.I.G. PHILIP MCLAUGHLIN ROBERT MEEHAN 1-30-55 Bob 342 W. Squantum St. Football 1. Golf 1.2.3.4. Band 1.2. 3.4. Stage Band 3.4. Gym Team 2. ALAN MEKLER Al Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. Germ. Honor Soc. 3.4. MARY E. MELIA 5-30-55 397 Beale St. 773-5697 Fut. Nurse's Club 2.3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Hockey 3. EDWARD MENZ 5-12-55 17 Carle Rd. 472-4107 Pres. Sci Club 4. Sci Club Chairman E.I.G. 3.4. School Beautification 2.3. Chairman 4. Marine Biology 2.3. RICHARD MEREDITH 9-20-54 Argo 76 Davis St. 472-9003 Male Glee Club 1.2.3.4. Concert Choir 2.3. Pres. 4. S.E. District Music Festival 2.3.4. All-State Festival 2.4. New England Festi- val 3.4. DAVID S. MERRIL 12-26-54 209 Billings St. Football 1. Gym Team 1.2.3.-1. Soccer 3.4. Stud. Coun. 4. Jr. P10111 Comm. 2. Debate 2.3. RUTH MEVVIS 10-8-55 Ruthie 10 Oval Rd. 472-3914 Prom Comm. 3.4. Hm. Rm. Rep. 3.4. Sr. Prom Usher 3. Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. Cheerleader 4. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. Spirit Comm. 4. JOYCE M. MILLER 11-16-54 Jyoce 26 Fenno St. 472-3375 E.I.G. 2. Glee Club 1. Sci Fair 1.2. 3. KEVIN M. MILLNER 12-16-54 115 Billings Rd. 773-3913 Jets Club 1. JOSEPH F. MISITE 7-29-55 Joe 35 Flynt St. 479-0462 Nat. Language Honor Soc. 3.4. Jets 1. KATHLEEN M. NIONAHAN 1-24-55 Kathy 10 Shoreham St. 328-5582 THOMAS NIONAHAN 7-27-55 165 VVest Elm Ave. 472-8732 MARILYN MONETA 2-17-56 8 Elmwood Park 471-4514 Girlis Club 4. Office 2. ELAINE T. MOORE 4-25-55 247 Beach St. Bowling 2. Office Receptionist 2. 3. Nurse's Office 4. LINDA M. MORASH 3-21-55 237 Hollis Ave. 472-6885 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Fut. Teacher's Club 3.4. Jr. Pro1n Usher 3. PATRICIA A. NIORRISSEY 7-7-55 Pat 53 Elm Ave. 472-2522 Girlis Club 4. ALBERT L. MORTON 8-8-54 Al 98 Mayflower Rd. 328-4513 ROBERT MORTON Bubba Football 1.2.3.4. Baseball 1.2.3.4. Basketball 1.4. Sr. Prom Usher Senior Prom Comm. Jr. Pro1n Usher. GLENN MOSESSO RICHARD A. MOUNTFORD Redeye 180 Essex St. KATHLEEN MOYNIHAN V.P. Stud. Union 4. North Star 2.3. 4. Polaris Journal 3.4. Debate 2.3 Drama 2.3. Announcements 2.3.4. MICHAEL A. MULCAHY 3-16-55 Ben 14 Safford St. 471-9270 Band 1.2.3.4. Stage Band 4. WILLIAM T. MULCAHY 5-15-55 Big Bill 235 Elmwood Ave. 472-1583 Basketball 1. BARBARA A. MULDOON 11-27-55 Toody 31 Ardell St. 328-6239 Spirit Comm. 4. Prom Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. GLEN A. MULLEN Mul 7 Alven Ave. 773-8460 Track 1.2.3. Football 1. Soccer 1. MARK MULVANEY Football 1.2.3.4. JOHN 1. MULVEY GERALDINE M. MURPHY 12-16-54 Geri 81 Clement Terrace 472-6918 JOHN J. MURPHY 4 Angus St. Cross Country. VVinter Track 1.2 3.4. Spring Track 1.2.3. JOHN J. MURPHY ROBERT T. NIURPHY 12-7-54 Murph 177 Elliot Ave. ROBERT C. MURPHY 12-31-55 Murph 417 Furnace Brook Pkwy. 471-1325 Football 3.4. Track 3.4. ROSE MURPHY 7-7-54 4 Angus St. 479-5245 Girl's Club 4. MARY MURRAY 334 E. Squantum St. JAMES L. NEAL 1-12-56 Jim 286 Beach St. Football 1.2.3.4. Winter Track 3. Spring Track 3.4. Baseball. Weightlifting 1.2.3.1 JEFFREY S. NELSON 2-8-55 Craze 16 Bloomfield 328-4677 MAUREEN NESTOR 11-20-54 Moe 252 Fayette St. Glee Club 1. Fut. Nursc's 3.4. Language Honor Soc. 3.4. CYNTHIA A. NICKARSON 1-29-55 Cindy 38 Apthorp St. 773-5655 BRIAN J. NOLAN 116 Prospect Ave. n JANE F. NOLAN 9-25-55 Crazy Jane 261 Belmont St. 471-7296 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Pro1n Comm. 4. KATHLEEN A. NOLAN 41 Rice Rd. Girlis Club 4. Spirit Comm. Tri- Hi-Y 4. JOANNE O'BR1EN 1-20-56Jo 31 Ridgeway St. 479-7232 Girl's Basketball 1.2. Girl's Bowl- ing 1.2.3. Track 1. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Spirit Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Office Receptionist 4. Girl's Club 4. PATRICIA ANN O'CONNOR 8-28-54 Patty 314 Elmwood Aye. Bowling Team 2.3. BEJNARD 1. o'DoNNEL1. 11-10-55 96 Billings 51. MICHAEL A. O'HANLEY 192 So. Central Ave. Hockey 2.3.4. Cross Country 4. CATHERINE M. O'HARE 9-3-55 Katie 59 Hamden Circle Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. Softball 2. Jr. Prom Comm. Girlis V.P. 4. TIMOTHY O'LEARY 6-7-55 T 247 Pine St. 471-1547 Golf 2.3.4. Football 1. Basketball l. Debate 2. BRUCE T. OLSON 9-28-55 50 Brook St. 773-1712 Baseball 2.3.4. Hockey 3.4. JOSEPH F. O'NE1L 4-18-55 Roto 350 E. Squantum St. Baseball 2.4. Football 1. MICHAEL S. O'NEILL 16 Angus St. DONALD P. ORDNVAY Don 62 Hamilton St. Band 2.3.4. JOHN ORLANDO ALFRED O'SULLIVAN 12-6-55 Al 55 Bromfield St. 471-3558 Football 3.4. Weightlifting 2.3. MARIE A. OISULLIVAN 5-28-55 63 Grand View Ave.-171-1168 ELAINE O'TOOLE 4-2-55 89 So. Bayfield Rd. DENISE C.OUE1.1.ETTE 57 1Vebster 328-1733 'WILLIAM J. PALMER 8-6-54 Ginny 120 Essex St. 328-7302 BRIAN PAUL PAUL PAULSON 10-15-55 S80 If. Squantum St. 328-1589 Chess Club. JULIE M. PEAK 3-27-55 143 Phillips St. 479-5106 Tri-IIi-Y 1.2.4. Jr. Prom Comm. Girlls Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. PATRICIA A. PENZO KENNETH YV. PERRIN 29 Herbert Rd. Football 1.2.3. GALE PETERSON 8-5-54 60 Cummings Ave. 773-8057 Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. GLENN PETERSON 47 Florence St. 7-4-55 Hockey 2. EDWVARD E. PETIT JR. 11-2-54 198 Fayette St. 773-9566 MARK P. PETRACCA 10-6-55 22 Ridgeway St. 773-3588 Debate 1.2.3. Co-Capt. 4. Pres. National Honor Soc. 3.4. Math Team 3.4. Concert Choir 2.3.4. Orchestra 1.2.3.4. Sci Club 2. Sec. 3. V.P. 4. Germ. Honor Soc. 3.4. Fac. Stud. Senate 2.3. E.1.G. 3. Manet 4. North Star 2.3.4. S.E. District Music Fest. 2.3.4. New England Fest. 2. ROBERT M. PIERCE 2-10-55 124 Mayflower Rd. 328-1814 Baseball 1.2.3.4. Winter Track 3. 4. JOSEPH C. PITRONE 3-30-55 60 Kendall NANCY M. PHINNEY 2-23-55 Phin 4 Brunswick St. 328-4521 Tri-Hi-Y 2.4. Treas. 4. Girl's Club 4. Fut. Teaeber's 2. Jr. Prom Comm. Spirit Comm. 4. RONALD POLLARA 42 Sunnyside Rd. Hockey 3. JOHN M. POMAROLE 2-8-55 Jack 122 Parke Ave. Football 1.2.3.-4. Spring Track 1.2. 3.4. Winter Track 2.4. Sr. Prom Usher. DAVID C. POWER 8-4-55 20 Dickens St. 773-1415 Baseball 1.3.4. Football 1. DAVID POVVERS KRISTIN A. PRATT 46 Standish Rd. 328-4975 ANN M. PSOTA 8-31-55 10 Marlboro St. Office Receptionist 2.3. ELAINE M. PUJALTE 84 Freeman St. Softball 1. Basketball 1.2. Tennis 2. Russian 2.3. Tri-Ili-Y 3. Girl's Club 4. MARY L. PULEO 10-9-55 2:1 Colby Rd. 325-8965 Jr. Prom Comm. 3. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Cheerleader 4. ANDREA M. QUINN 9-19-55 Andie 86 Grand View Ave. 773-0937 Mrs. Yakoo 4. Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4. Prom Comm. Spirit 3.4. Girl's Club Executive Board 4. ANN E. QUINN 7-10-55 43 E. Elm Ave. PETER C. QUINN Prom Comm. 4. Spirit 4. Football 1.2.3.4. Basketball 1.2.3.4. Base- ball 4. Track 1. PATRICIA A. RAEKE Stump 216A Quincy Shore Drive ROBERT T. RAFFERTY Raff 19 Arnold Rd. PAUL L. RAIMONDI 136 Phillips St. 471-1844 RHONDA RANDALL Orchestra 1.2.3.4. Concert Choir 3. Debate 1. North Star 3.4. MAUREEN C. REARDON 3-30-55 Moe 92 Farrington St. 773-9838 Fut. Nurse's Club 3. Girlis Club 4. KEVIN RANTUCCIO 273 Wilson Ave. KAREN RAY 8-28-55 105 Willow St. 472-7381 Nurse's Club 2. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. DENISE REDMAN 8-3-54 Nesie 61 Albion Rd. 479-8220 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. DONALD T. REED 1-21-56 1 Dunbarton Rd. Soccer 3.4. Band 3.4. PATRICIA A. REGAN 12-3-54 Patti 214 Arlington St. 479-7595 DAVID E. REID 56 Ellington Rd. Football 4. ANNE T. REILLY 4-2-56 53 Flynt st. 773-7811 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Club 4. JOHN S. REPOFF 5-4-55 249 Beach St. 472-6831 GLENN REYNOLDS 503 Hancock St. JOHN REYNOLDS 3-14-55Jack 240 Beale Street 479-6219 Track 1.2.3.4. STEVEN RICCIARDELLO Ruceo 11 Earle St. Bowling Team 2.3. Sei Club 1.2. THOMAS RICE 9-8-55 Herb 11 Havilend St. 773-9376 Band 1.2.3.4. Stage Band 3.4. Football 1. JEFFREY C. RICH JEANNE RILEY 2-14-55 Riles 116 Glover Ave. Softball 1.2. Basketball 1,2.3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Tri- Hi-Y 3.4. IRENE J. ROSENBERG 9-11-53 742 Hancock St. 471-3749 DONNA L. ROSSI 6-4-54 Bridget 158 North Central Ave. Glee Club 1.2. LESLEYJ. RUNGE 10-23-55 Les 883 E. Squantum St. 328-8977 Basketball 1,2.3.4. Co-Capt. 3. Tri-Hi-Y 3. Girl Club 3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. Prom Comm. 3.4. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS 3. ANNMARIE ROONEY VALERIE RUSSO 7-19-55 Val 302 Fenno St. 472-7901 Concert 2.3.4. Stage Band 3.4. Orchestra 3. Band 4. Language 3. 4. MARIAN RYAN 5-3-55 89 Willow Ave. 472-6912 Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. SHYRL M. SALTZMAN 6-10-55 33 Cheriton Rd. Fut. Teacher's Club 1. Cultural Club 3.4. Glee Club 1. Span. Hon- or Soc. 3.4. Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. Office Receptionist 2.3.4. JOSEPHINE SANGIOLO JO 417 Furnace Brook Pkwy. ROBERTA L. SAVILLE 4-30-55 Bobby 22 West Elm Ave. Orchestra 1.2. Drama. HELEN M. B. SCANLON 3-25-55 66 Botolph St. Band 1.2.3. Orhcestra 2.3. Concert Choir 4. Drama 2. Con. Stud. Comm. 4. WILLIAM SCHAETZL 8-23-55 Schatz 88 Clement Terr. Football 1.2.3.4. Baseball 1.2.3.4. Hockey Manager 3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. LINDA C. SCHMIDTKE 6-26-55 44 Freeman St. EILEEN M. SCOTT 8-29-55 36 Hillside Ave. Tennis 2. Language Honor Soc. 3, 4. BILL C. SHEA Football. Basketball. Baseball. Prom Comm. ROBERT L. SHERIDAN 9-6-55 260 Pine St. 479-1505 Band 11.2,3,4. Tennis 3.4. Stage Band 2.3.4. Band Treas. 3. Band Pres. 4. Soccer 1.3. Math Team 2, 3.4. Chess 4. Sei Club 2.3.4. KENNETH SHINE 3-14-55 19 Prospect Ave. 472-6738 Football 1.2.3. North Star. Base- ball 1. Basketball 1. ELAINE R. SCWARTZ 3-9-56 87 West Elm Ave. Glee-Club 1.2. Fut. Nurse's Club 3. Office Receptionist 2. Nurse's Assistant. DONALD SMALL 117 Essex St. Basketball 1.2.3.4. CAROLE A. SMITH 16 Anderson Rd. 479-1445 Softball Team 2. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Jr. Prom Comm. CHARLES A. SMITH 8-8-55 27 Montclair Football 1.2,3,4. Basketball 1. Baseball 1,2.3.4. DIANE E. SMITH 5-9-55 Smit 83 Havilend St. 472-4490 Basketball 3.4. Softball 2.3.4. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. JANET L. SMITH 2-24-55 228 Hollis Ave. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. LINDA SMITH 4-22-55 Ralph 84 Standish Rd. 328-1497 Gir1's Basketball 1.2.3.4. Softball 3.4. PAULA A. SMITH 5-27-54 84 Standish Rd. 328-1497 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Gir1's Club 4. Food Show 4. JOSEPH G. SMONGESKI 2-1-56 Sponge 42 Brook St. Stage Band 3.4. Band 3.4. Concert Choir 4. Clarinet Choir 4. NANCY A. SOMMERS 5-6-55 86 Sachem St. 479-5005 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Nurse's Club 4. Treas. Nurse's Club 4. LYNDA JOY SORENSON 53 Gladstone St. Cheering 2. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Girl's Hockey Team 3. Spirit Comm. 4. Gir1's Club 4. STEVEN w. sPAcco 5-25-55 sparks 159 Elliot Ave. 472-3409 CAOL M. SPACONE 6-11-55 458 Beale St. 479-9886 Spirit Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. LARETTA M. SPINALE 2-25-55 133 Safford St. 472-3029 SUSAN Z. STAMOS 4-7-55 94 Piermont St. 479-7475 Cheerleader 1.2,3,4. Hm. Rm. Rep. 2.3. Jr. Prom Usher. E.I.G. Girl's Club 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Span. Honor Soc. 3. Spirit Comm. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. ANDREW STASIO 98 Beach St. JOHN B. STEVENS 8-30-55 Pinky 15 Estabrook Rd. Basketball l.2.3.4. Football 1.2.3. 4. Baseball 1. Track 1. Prom Comm. 3.4. Spirit Comm. 4. PATRICIA E. STERLING 3-31-55 lll Brook St. 773-1135 MARIA A. STRAZZULLA 12-2-55 Strazzel 11 Bay St. 328-5922 Hm. Rm. Rep. 1.2. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Hockey team 3. JON A. STURGIS 89 Henry St. ALEXANDER STYLES 3-27-56 315 Farrington St. 479-3820 Soccer 3.4. Track 3.4. ELIZABETH A. SULLIVAN 6-28-55 Sully 67 Lincoln Ave. Girl's Hockey 3.4. CERARD SULLIVAN Pres. Jr. Class. RICHARD C. SULLIVAN 7-10-55 94 Sonoma Rd. 328-0845 SIGNE D. SWANSON 6-4-55 Sig 64 Grand View Ave. 479-6687 SIDONIE TAYLOR 73 Sims Rd. PHIL S. TAYMOR 1-7-56 130 Faxon Rd. 472-1639 Math Team 3.4. MARY SUSAN TEEHAN 11-3-54 77 Ballou St. 773-3223 Glee Club 2.3.4. Gir1's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. BARBARA A. THRONLEY 8-25-55 Barb 289 Fayette St. 773-2444 Fut. Nurseis 3. V.P. 4. Nurse's Receptionist 3.4. Sci Club 3.4. Germ. Honor Soc. 3.4. Majorettes 2.3.4. Gir1's Basketball 2. ALICE A. TOBIN 5-28-55 24 Deerfield St. 328-1168 Sr. Prom Usher 3. Stud. Coun. 2. Jr. Class Sec. 3. Prom Comm. 3. Basketball 2. Jr. for Im rov. of NQHS 3. Boosters CIUB 2.3.4. Manet 4. Class Scriptographer. Handbook Comm. 4. Graduation Usher 3. NANCY L. TOTEN 8-1-55 Tot 145 Milton St. 773-2954 Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. Fut. Nurse's Club 1.2.3.4. Girl's Hockey Team 3.4. ELLEN A. TRUBIANO 81 Thornton St. Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Glee Club. 1. MICHAEL J. TOUMA 6-18-55 27 Blake St. Soccer 3.4. Sci Fair 2. LAURA E. TWOMEY 6-17-55 Laurie 101 Walker St. 328-0435 Tri-Hi-Y 1.2. Girlis Club 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Jr. Prom Usher Sr. Prom Usher Sr. Prom Comm. Chairman. Spirit Comm. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS3. ELAINE F. VEASEY 41 Webster St. Tri-Hi-Y 2.3. Jr. Prom Comm. Sr. Prom Comm. Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Jr. for Improv. of NQHS3. AL VASCONCELLOS 157 Newbury Ave. CHARLES M. VELLA 69 Harvard St. 479-5217 MARIANNE A. VENEZIA 8-19-55 Min 62 North Bayfield Rd. 328-9650 Glee Club l. Girl's Basketball 1. Concert Choir 2.3.4. Cheerleader 3. Spirit Comm. 4. PATRICIA VENEZIA 8-19-55 Patti 352 Beale St. 471-2412 Bowling Clee Club Concert Choir 1. JOHN A. VIEIRA 10-24-55 92 Sachem St. 471-0509 URSULA H. VOELKEL 5-21-55 122 Kemper St. 472-2038 Spirit Comm. Girlis Club. LINDA M. VOGEL 6-16-55 17 Hilda St. 472-4436 Spirit Comm. 4. Gir1's Club 4. Tri- Hi-Y 4. SUZANNE M. VOGEL 6-2-55 10 Deerfield St. 328-0762 sei Club 1. Trl-Hi-Y 2.3.4. Cheer- leader 3.4. DONNA M. VOLPE 59 Rawson Rd. 773-0992 Span. Honor Soc. 3. 87 CHRISTINE M. WALSH 1-18-55 Chris 200 Quincy Shore Drive 328-8043 Glee Club 1. Russian Club 3. Great Books Club 3. Girlis Club 4. Tutoring 4. Boosters Club 3. JAMES F. WALSH 9-7-55 52 -A Bay srele Rd. 328-7591 LEE A. WATKINS 8-21-55 11 Bayberry Rd. 328-6730 Winter Track 3.4. Baseball 3.4. JEFF R. WATTS 196 S. Central Ave. JANE P. WEBB 11-6-55 27 Surfside Lane JEAN M. WELCH 5-26-55 119 Hamden Circle 479-9678 WILLIAM WELCH 3-29-55 Bam 136 Billings sr. Football 1.2.3. Weightlifting 1.2. 3. Winter Track 4. Latin Honor Soc. 3.4. Basketball 1. North Star Sports Ed. 3. RUTH E. WEST 11-15-55 Tidbits Rufus 25 Wallace Rd. 773-2415 Fut. Nurse's Club 2.3.4. Girl's Club 4. CONSTANCE E. WHITE Connie 323 Farrinton St. Softball Basketball Girl's Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Concert Choir 2. 3.4. JACQUELINE B. WHITE 7-9-55Jackie 33 Prospect Ave. 479-5021 Glee Club 1.2. Girl's Bowling 1.2. THERESA M. WHITE 7-21-55 Tweesa 430 Beale St. 479-9549 Girlis Club 4. Spirit Comm. 4. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. SCOTT D. WHITTEMORE 9-3-55 393 Highland Ave. 472-3932 BRIAN T. WIGGIN 32 Wentworth Rd. 472-6461 PAUL C. WILLIAMS 31 Gilmore St. Football 2. Con. Stud. Comm. PAUL T. WILSON 7-23-55 Whiz 29 Ellington Rd. Soccer 2.3.4. VIRGINIA C. WOLFE 11-26-54 Ginger 139 Norfolk St. 472-1355 Glee Club 2. Softball 2. Girl's Bowling 2. Girl's Club 4. JANET R. WOOD 6-30-55 215 South Central Ave. 773-5788 Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. Girlis Club 4. Jr. Dance Comm. 3. Spirit Comm 3.4. Fut. Nurse's Comm. 3.4. Sr. Prom Comm. 4. MARY E. WOOD 4-4-55 81 Kemper St. Glee Club 1.2.3. Spirit Comm. 4. Girl's Club 4. Prom Comm. 3. Bowling 3. SHARON T.WO0DLE1' 5-24-55 33 Janet Rd. North Star 2.3.4. Debate 3.4. Fut. Nurse's Club 4. GREG W. WYMAN 8-14-55 68 Saratoga St. 328-0606 Winter Track. IRENE M. YEE 11-18-54 122 Beach St. 479-8381 Girl's Basketball 2. Majorettes 2. 3.4. Nat. Honor Soc. 3.4. ELAINE ZAKREVVSKI 6-18-55 Zak 15 Bowdoin St. DONNA C. ZENKER 1-7-54 29 Ferndale Rd. 773-2993 Spirit Comm. 4. Basketball 2.3.4. Softball 3.4. Glee Club 1.3. Girl's Club 4. JEAN ZERO JAMES ZINKOWSKI 3-25-55 Zinc 438 Beale sr. 471-5382 DOUGLAS ZUKAUSKAS 68 West Elm Ave. CLASS CENSUS Most Inu-lligcnt - Amy Matthews Mark Pctracca IT5 2' 9 9 5 v 5 .1 W 9: PN" A ,s ,V . f- Cllass Musician - Burt Bray Marsha Burnhause 1 AL, r it Class Wit - Doug Connors jane McGrath Class lnclividualist - Don Cameron Dawne Gillespie .,4-ow., swf Nlosl Tallsatix 4- f Mark Mulvaney Liz Falcctta Most Spiritual - Andrea Quinn Mark Hemphill ,nw ' , if XX rf: , rf' .154 B V ,.-:H lfricllcllim-st - Andrea Quinn Mark Hemphill rx QNX My is hff Class Duncvrs - jackie Bangs Dickie Hale ." Class XVrit4-rs - Paul Coslin Kathy Moynihan Class XYrit1-r - Mary Bun-kly 89 ,IV lbw '- w- 6 Nlmt Business like - Joanne O'Brien. 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