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

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' ■ ADMINISTRATION Peter Chrisom , aB « ■ m fl ' m T v Ann Cunningham Lloyd Hill Dorothy Poutree NOT PICTURED: Lillian Johnson Mary Livingston Eileen Feeney 1 ' Sr- Ruth Kuperman Rita Burke Josephine Guerriero GUIDANCE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION Thomas Fitzgerald I Betty McViney 18 Richard Haines Frank Leporini Domenic Deleo Christina Hepner John Murphy Anne Wurman MarcHeyman Marjorie Rogers Dorothy Clark Paul McCarthy Jane McDermott V I 1 :..... ....... " «:-t • . Patricia Batts Gloria Davis Margaret Mariand ' • ' : f: :•:.:::« •■ 1 MEDIA SERVICES Geraldine Stein Sophie Noone Janet Bishop 9k M Marcia Gordon Helen Tobin ARTS AND HUMANITIES Barbara Cohen Brian Doherty Henry Pelletier 20 BUSINESS EDUCATION Salvatore Vento James Ducey Ronald Ashford Theresa Hughes James Murphy Charles Bunker Evelyn Feldman Marie Lydon Edward Ryder Diane Daren Eleanor Harding Rena Macbride Winifred Tikkanen jm 21 .1 HOME ECONOMICS Marilyn Burysz Sara Shapiro Alice McLaughlin Joanne Parshley INDUSTRIAL ARTS Paul Hogan Robert Laing Eugene McCarthy Joseph Mele NOT PICTURED: Edward Harrington 22 LANGUAGEARTS • » • . ' • .. . . • • • • » • • • • • • Paul Farrell Paul Carlin Louis Demarco Ronald LaQuaglia , Lillian Carroll Gordene Everett Lorin Lavidor David Bergman a JX A k ■ s jn { 0 «ii Steven Gordon Roy Merritt Ellen Byrne Elizabeth Cullinan Alberta Murray — Head WF- ' ■ k Wm K W ' " ' Angela Solmonte 23 1 John Young MATHEMATICS Barbara Radzik Gerald Lyons David Burke George Barnes Ronald Erikson NOT PICTURED: Margaret Horn Ruth Black Alexander Habeeb 1 •3TN. fc »► r ' V. Patricia Bloise David Hourin Edmund King Cheryl Manoli Judith McMahon 24 r M rmVP Philip Ryan Jeannette Therrien MUSIC • 4 ■» ■ Maurice Carbonneau Irwin Pinkofsky David Watson PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ralph Frazier Louis loanilli Kenneth McPhee Mary O ' Connor . 25 i j • E Janet Piver SCIENCE Wilma Schields Jeanne Gantley Eileen Rowbotham Marjorie Bollen Charles Gliniewicz Stephen Brenner Hope Jahn Alfred Cawthorne Nancy McGrory Maureen Mulvey Gale Palmer Thaddeus Sadowski Roland Small 26 Barbara Hogan Allan Turbayne Philip Adams Fredric Grunin Charles Waugh Mary Young SOCIAL STUDIES Sandra Colletti Joan Hailman Judith Jensen 27 i i Bernard LaCouture David Lubarski Norman MacWilliam Bernice Mader Leonard Miceli Brian Til ley Robert Troup Nicholas Verenis WORLD LANGUAGES Lucy Medaglia Kathleen Breslin Maria D ' Arcangelo Rita Euerle Anna Fernicola Kathleen Hagenbach Deborah Higgins Nancy Kelly 28 May Crowley Alfredo Peterson Kathleen Swanson Arthur Tanguay CAFETERIA STAFF Gert Milton Mary Murphy NOT PICTURED: Ruth Carney Josephine Collins Grace Radigan ■ ■ Nancy Scorza Helen Smith 29 ■ CUSTODIAL STAFF ■v " TF 1 r 7 1 I m % Norman Schlegel, Joseph Mudge, Jeremiah O ' Connell and Robert Peters NOT PICTURED: Vincent Behenna James Grappi Edward Bacon William Kohler Lester Sturgis Norman Thompson John Koury 30 :1 ENIOR NIORS SEi JIORS SENi ORS SENIORS SENIORS RS SENIORS SENIOR MORS SENI istanimsi SENIORS SENIORS SENIOl SENIORS SENIORS SENIOR SENIORS SENIORS SENIOR SENIORS SENIORS SENi SENIORS SENIORS SENi SENIORS SENK7RS SENIOi SENIORS SENIORS SENIOR SENIORS SENIORS SENIOR To the Fun Times: 24-0, 7th period, Girls room, The Proms, Chinese Food, Dances, High on Life, to Friends and parties Good Luck Bowling 9; Swimming 11; Color Guard 1 2. Jane Abban 284 Farrington St., Wollaston Junior Prom, 24-0, girls room, cafeteria, Senior Prom, Mrs. T., And now we leave this school and all our memories we won ' t forget. Good-Bye 74-77. Joyce Abbott Sip ' Get Down. ' Michael Adams " Kenny " Language Honor Society ' 76, ' 77; NQHS, Science Fair ' 75. Robert Aldrich, Jr. " Toni " Dimples and Threads, DQ, 1 1 20 76 — The Mount, Rook- ies, 6 25 75, $10.00 Night, See Ya! Girls Basketball 10, 11, 12; Girls Field Hockey 1 1,12; Girls Softball 10, 1 1 , 12; Girls Football 11; Cheerleading 9; Senior and Junior Prom Com- mittee; Tri-Hi-Y 1 0, 1 1 . Accept me as I am, so I may learn what I can become. White Mountains 76, Oink, Oink, NQHS, State Penn, The Park (wack wack), Dennie Fat Pig, Gong Island Moo Mow My Mum, 12 2 76. Kenneth Alban Fugi I think, I think I am, Therefore I am, I think. Moody Blues 32 Susan Adler Antoinette Alibrandi r V ' v tfft flfe ■ Ellen Anastasia " Andy " Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 10, 11, 12; Baseball 11,12. Good Bye North Quincy. Lori Andrews J. P. H-E-L-P, Buffalo, Compa- nys coming, 9:30, It ' s been a long time. Keep your face to the sun- shine and you cannot see the shadow. Helen Keller " Anna " 106VassallSt. " We ' re out of here! " " LATER. " ♦: ■■ " FOXY " 1973-1977 Good- times, Great laughs, Foxie Ladies, KFC, Poopsie, AL, Spaceshots, Drox, Wong Wing, (Jimmy, March 20, My hopes, My Dreams, My LIFE). Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 12; Homeroom Representative 9, 10, 11, 12; Concert Choir 1 0, 11. Laureen Baker John Baldeck Live For Today Dream of Tomorrow Learn From Yesterday Ron Barden Minnie, " Hello, Dolly, " Laughter and Tears, Learning, Growing, Living! It ' s been fun. Bye North. Concert Choir 9, 10; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 1 2; Speech Team 10, 11, 12; Language Honor Society 1 1 , 12; Gymnastics 12; North Star 1 2. A smile can never be kept, it can only be given away. IF Susan Ball Susan Barry 33 Joanne Battles 9th Grad e Student Council; 10th Grade Tri-Hi-Y; 10th Grade Volleyball Team. Girls Club 1 2; Homeroom Rep. 10, 11, 12; Language H. S. 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12 Prom Committee 11, 12; Spirit Committee 11, 12; Manet Staff 1 2 Memories 77 — The Trunk — 67D.D. - 14 - B.S.P. — " Driver Gets Driver " — End of Bayfield — Mount Bye North . . . , sw pys of our lives, are days " fJffOSt trusted and remembered. Ml Janice Belcastro " Jo " The Kids AJPCUGECLSJCDDJJM Summer of ' 74, A.S.A.A. 1 1 74 Fla., Chris and Katie, " I got high hopes. " Camille Bauer There must be roads some- where, highways I haven ' t found. Something more than clouds out beyond the window. Rod McKuen Stephen Bell Brian Bellows (Base-Hit) was here, but now he is gone; So he left his name in the third floor John. " Upton " " Teddie Bear " Football 1 , 2, 3, 4 (Tri-Captain); Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2. Nathan Belofsky Color Guard 10, 11. Turkey Day 24-0, Skin, Dances, Beach Boys Concert. Brian Bellows National Merit Scholarship; Wrestling 10, 11; Tennis 11, 12. 34 Jody Bell 1 - Jk Patricia Bent XS ---W Nancy Berberan " Brez, " " Boku, " " Yumbo " Hockey Capt. 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9, 1 2; Tennis 1 0, 1 2; Boy Cheerleader 1 2; Get Down ' ' 77, " Horses Head Tur- key Day. " Weekends were made for MICHELOB. " " Winning isn ' t everything it ' s the only thing. " " Life is a joke that ' s just begun. " Arthur Bertoni Ron Bereszniewicz Anita Biagini Laura Bilotas " Bob " " Buckwheat " Basketball. I shall never forget the busi- ness experience that I received at North, It was well worth my wild. P.S. Get down. Virginia Bleheen " Mike " All that you touch and all that you see is all that your life will be! " And Remember " If you want to get to Heaven, you ' ve got to raise a little Hell! Bob Blacker Michael Blunt 35 % I ■ i m ■ ai " ■KJ « I . H i ■ ■ ■ arai ■ ' ,Hr — _ Monica Boldescu Kathy Borman " Mike " Steven Bonoli " Kathy " Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Band Council 12; Future Nurses Club 11,12; Yearbook Staff. Sounds Good! I ' ll Wait! " A friend is a masterpiece of nature. " Michael Braun " Ace " Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 12; Switzerland ' 77. Think Snow if i ride the morning winds to the farthest oceans, Your hand will guide me, Your strength support me. Psalm 1 39 Carol Brown " Rose, " Frenchy Drama Club 1 1 ; North Star 10, 11, 12; Literary Magazine 10, 11; MFA Program; Career Internship Program 1 2. To want To need To hurt To feel To grow To love To Live! " Mike " Swimming 11, 12; Wrestling 9, 10,11. If you cannot win, make the one ahead of you break the record. Bruce Brennan Sophomore Class President; Student Council; Basketball- Speech. (Look and You Will See) Lightning!!! like people, you never know where it will strike next. 36 Michael Bornstein Rosaria Brown Brian Buckley " Patti " Girls Club 1 2; Spanish Club 12; Yearbook Staff 12. Susan Buckley Spring Track 1 1 ; Junior Prom Committee 1 1 ; Spirit Commit- tee 1 2; Field Hockey 1 2. Remember the Good Times, Bitches (P.D.P.G.M.), Beach Boys, Sloop John B. — Wol- lie, Cruising, The Pit, N.Q. Dances-cyced, Stair Way to Heaven??? (24-0, fighting. A.M.F. Patricia Buckley " If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it. " Mary Bulger Cynthia Burke " Betty Anne " Cavanaugh Field, and all its drunks. All the buzz-ons from Wolla- ston, Montclair, the Beach, We ' re outa here!!! Franny you ain ' t got no — . Pamela Burns tin • it Burnsie BEGINNINGS, Bitch Bunch (P.D.P.M.G.), 3 Bear Isalnd, S.S.L., Dacey Boys, (B.C.P.), Kidnapping, cruising, Jan. 3, Dances, Beach Boys, Football, Hyannis, all nighter. MEMORIES. .S.L.Y.B. NORTH Field Hockey 11, 12; Girls Club 1 1 ,. 1 2; Spirit Committee 12; G ris Football 11, 12; Prom Committee 1 2. " Cindy- Swim Team 11, 12; Spirit Committee 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Prom Committee 12; Monclair, the beach, Woola- ston, behind the theatre, the caf, the semi-formal, the junior prom and after, Central, Tur- key day, and don ' t forget the parties! Elizabeth Burke Memories: (24-0), 3 bear ' s island; Bessy; DACEY BOYS (kidnapping) = BITCHES (P.D.P.G.M.), Spider Woman, S.S.L., Camping!, Hyannis (peanuts), B.C. P. Pit, Neigh- borhood, We had fun? Amf: ;;; Field Hockey 11, 12; Girls Club 12; Spirit Committee 12; Girls Football 11, 12; Prom Committee 1 2. Paula Burns 37 1 1 M To my friends: Remember 24-0, Dances, Junior Prom, Chinese food, Senior Prom, 4th floor girls room, assigned studies, get- ting high on life (or whatever). Color Guard 12. " Michi " Golden Years: Springsteen, Wamputuck, Cottage Kids, EZ, Yellow Bug, July 4, The Man, Avenging Annie, Forever. Softball 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Field Hockey 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Girls Football 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Spirit Committee 1 2. " Show a little faith, there ' s magic in the night. " B.S. Susan Bursey Michelle Callahan May all my friends be friends forever, Breakfast, town, " D, " Maitai, P.G. Betsy, corner, Beach Boys, Cape. I won ' t say goodbye, just see you later. A Daniel Butts " Bozo " W.P. at Skin, D.D., Pops, Wasted Tuesdays, 1 17 76, Cut the Cake, Smelly, Suzy and Space, Goofey, Queens Dance, 24-0, Beatles, Helly Dolly, Switzerland 77 , Good- bye North. Softball 10, 11, 12; Career Education 10. T|| -v . Karen Butler Susan Campbell It ' s for the cause. Boston ' s Fourth of July at the Esplanade. The low spark of high heeled boys. Webb " Montclair. " John Capone 38 Shi-Lo mm v . Edward Carll " K.C. " Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Secretary 11, 12; Stu- dent Council 11, 12; Foreign Language Honor Society 11, 12; Girls Club 12; Softball 10, 11, 12; Girls Football 11, 12; Spirit Committee 1 2. With a friend at hand you will see the light. If your friends are there then everything ' s all right. " Yakoo " Smile while you ' re making it. Laugh while you ' re taking it. Even though you ' re faking it. Nobody ' s gonna know. Nobody ' s gonna know. Karen Carnali Carney " Laughter is the shortest dis- tance between two people. " " Kelley, check out the one in the. . . " Susan Caulfield What we learn with pleasure we never forget. Susan Cavanaugh Drama Club 10, 11, 12; Con- cert Choir 10, 11, 12 " Be patient. Our Playright may show In some fifth act what this wild Drama Means " Tennyson 1 Mary Carney Geoffrey Chamberlain " Mike " Hockey 9, 10, 11. Michael Cascarano Dana Chiavaroli 39 ill 11 Kay Sunshine, I wish it would Rain, Laverne and Shirl, Cathe, " I ' m hung up. " Time is on my side — am! YOU ARE MY STARSHIP DAN — 74-77. 4:00 Karen Clapp " Kathy " Memories 77, Tri-Hi-Y shows, The Mount, End of Bayfield, Thanksgiving Day Game — 24-0, Rallies, Track, Good- Bye North. Colorguard 10; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Spirit Committee 11, 12; Prom Committee 1 1 ; Spanish Club 12. " Remember the times of your life. " Valerie Cogswell " Kathy " The lamb, lies down, on Broadway, NYC, Summer 76, BF, 8 28 76, More Than A Feeling, Sadie ' s!!, 9 3 76-9 6 76, IOWTBYVY, Sail Away, Away, MB, Thanks! Girl ' s Club 12. Kathleen Cleary Sharon Cobban Lisa Coletta Summer of " 75 " Party: To K.B. Forever we wil together. be Kathy Colby " Mono " Swim Team 11, 12; Girls Club 12; Spirit Committee 11; National Honor Society 11, 1 2; Language Honor Society 11,12. " A great man is he who never loses his child ' s heart; So live a little . . . take a caterpillar to lunch. " 40 Brendon Coffey Mark Coletti ■•■• " Kathy " Basketball 9, 1 2; Band 9, 1 0. " To dream of the person you would like to be . . . Is to waste the person that you are. Katherine Collins " . . . I ' m as Free as a Bird now, and this Bird you can not change. . . " Sandra Collins " Red " " VW " 3-17-74 1 28 Farrington The Family Aeon and Beggs Richard Collins Theresa Collins Elizabeth Colman Eileen Connerton " Dee " 52 Faxon Rd. " G.C. " , Exceptional Children, The Mount, Bayfield The Wall, decorating, Dot. Boys, Carney, " down the camp, " PARTIES, K.K., See ya later! Nurses Club 1 1 ; Spirit Comm. 11, 12; Prom Comm. 11, 12; Girls Club 12; Girls Football 11, 12; Manet Staff 12. " Beth " Snake 2 28 76, Color My World, Bleen, Martha ' s Vine- yard Pedal-Pushin Crash. " I use to think freedom was not to have someone special, I was wrong . . . " Cheryl Colon I Told You I Would Do It!! Denise Connor 1 t I I 272 Billings St. Swimming; Spring Track; National Honor Society; Lan- guage Honor Society; Girls Club. Girls ' Softball Team 10, 11, 12; Girls ' Volleyball Team 10; National Honor Society 11, 12; Foreign Language Honor Society 11, 12; Yearbook Committee 1 2; Science Club 1 2. Lorraine Conroy " Sandy " Homeroom 411 (Shut Up), Wasted Tuesdays, Locker 718, Turkey Day 24-0, Beach Boys, Parties, China Star, Suzy and Space, W.P., Skin, Dances, Bus Rides, Goodbye North. Color Guard 10, 11, 12. " Jay. . . " " There is no single day or time within the life I ' ve so far lived that I ' d have changed or altered . . Karen Costello Sandra Cooke Joanne Coyne " Coon " Crusin, Summer of 76, Wolla- ston, Ellie, Billy, Howard John- sons, Don ' t forget the good times, It ' s been great North, Goodby. Spirit Committee 11, 12; Girls Football 11,12. Surf, corner, Paul, March 6, Prom, Fearings Pond, Kool- aid, Nantasket, " Party, " whipped, Drive-ln, Cute! 42 Ruth Cooper Danielle Crevier i k I Michael Crevier Pamela Cullen W.P. at SKIN, Semiformal, football games, " Your turn Arleen, " We ' re cruisin and they ' re oartying, Pine, dances, Bucky, Beachboys, Wasted Tuesdays, Good Luck Terry. Michael Cruize Daniel Cuddy " Kim " The Years have Passed Quickly It ' s here we cannot stay We must leave this School To go on our Way. CAN I SAIL THROUGH THE CHANGING OCEAN TIDES CAN I HANDLE THE SEA- SONS OF MY LIFE THANKS TRISH Kim Culkin Laurie Cunningham 43 Susan Curran Dear friend good-bye No tears in my eyes So sad it ends As it began Queen May 1 28 Farrington St. In town with Eddie Music in the house makes me thank of Bowie and the freaks that are here with me. S.C. " Sometimes the lights all shining on me Other times I can bearly see Lately it ' s occurred to me . . . What a long, strange trip it ' s been. " — Greatful Dead " Chomp " Katherine Curtin James Dandrea Annemarie Daly Your Sixteen, R2, QHS, JBNBOB, BB, EASY, July 4, 1976, Waiting For The Sun, SPRINGSTEEN, Asbury Park, Oh Sylvia, Painted Post. Gerard Danna 7 1 75, Barry, Hugo ' s, Legion, The Hill, Beach, par- ties, I luff you, Love to all my friends, It was something, Who know ' s what, Time to go. 44 Brian Daly ■ ■ Marybeth Dawe Robert Decristoforo " Reggie " Locker 718, Turkey Day 24- 0, Suzy and Space, Bus Rides, Wasted Tuesdays, Dances, W.P., Skin, Goodbye North. Colorguard 1 1 ; Spanish Club 1 2; Language Honor Society 11, 12. B.S.P.-J.B.C. — 14, BP. Bay- field C.C. Plymouth, 25th- 2002, Mount. Girl ' s Football 11, 12; Spirit Comm. 11, 12; Prom Comm. 11, 12; Future Nurses Club 11. Regina Dawson Susan Delappe All That Is Now All That ' s Gone All That ' s To Come and Everything Under The Sun ' s In Tune but the Sun is Eclipsed by the Moon. ) E. D.S.o.t.M. P.F. 77 Keep the old as long as it is good, Take the new as soon as it is better. Paul Deane " Jo " 33 Prospect Avenue Wollaston,Ma.,02170 North, Where ' s the camera?, Take the roses, Wampum " 77, " 24-0, Baskin-Robbins, 9 3 76, Bickfords, Lobster Races, Bionic Cheerleader, Lucky Charms, Goodbye. Spirit Committee 10, 11, 12 Junior Prom Committee 1 1 Senior Prom Committee 1 2 Tri-Hi-Y 10; Volleyball 10, 11 Softball 11; Girl ' s Club 12 Homeroom Rep. 11, 12. Michael Demasi JoAnne DeCarli Michele Demasi 45 1 i Michelle Demore " Katie " 1 66 Pine Street Never forget, Jean, Jack, Che- ryl, Ellen, " Everett and Gran- ger, " " Ceaderville 75, " " Margie ' s Cooking Class, " TPWCM, Heat don ' t come on till July! and NQ. Katherine Desmond Language Honor Society 11, 12; Homeroom Rep. 10, 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 12; Manet Staff 12; Girl ' s Club 12; Spirit Committee 11, 12; Prom Com- mittee 11,12. " Life will be competitive and challenging so stick to the fight when you ' re hardest hit, cause it ' s when things seem worse that you mustn ' t quit. " Richard Cardinal Cushing Kathleen Dennehey " The most I can do for my friend is simply to be his friend. " Hoping my life has the same dream as I do . . . and comes true . . . for a dream alone is not an accomplishment. Donna D. Donna DiBella " Ed " Rose Diramio " Let ' s be glad we had this time to spend together. " Edward Diramio " Rose " " Our Table, " The Wall, Tur- key day 24-0, Superbowl, Junior Prom, rallies, dances, parties, good times. Choir 10; Girls Club 12. " I ' m not going to say Good- bye just see you around. " S 46 Catherine Devine Joanne Ditullio Dennis Doherty " Patty " National Honor Society 1 1 , 1 2; Language Honor Society 11, 12; Math Team 9, 10; Majorettes 10, 11, 12; Girls Club 12; Track Team 10. Without love and laughter there is no joy; live amid love and laughter. John Dolbec " Bunky-18 " W.T.F., Frieday, Demo Crew, Karol Zee fried, Montclair, parties, dummy man, fried crew, " Fire up. " Football 9, 10, 11,12. " Deeo " Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Foot- ball 10, 1 1, 12; B.B.G. You Know " X " " When in doubt, fire up " Patricia Dolan Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Language Honor Society. " Stand for something or you ' ll fall for anything. " Kathleen Donaghey Wrestling 10,11,12. " Nothing is ever achieved until thoroughly attempted. " Catherine Donna " Betty- Homeroom Rep. 11, 12; Girls Tennis 11, 12; Choir 12; Spanish Club 1 2; Foreign Lan- guage Honor Society 11,12. Acquaintances are many but true friends are few and far between. " Kathy " Southeast, Back Row Altos, Grand Island, Niagara Falls, Nick, Lewiston Maine, Ice bucket, Thwack-wang-a- wang-a, I daknow, T-day 24- 0. Basketball 9; Bowling 10; Choir 10, 11, 12; Madrigal 11,12; Home Room Rep. 1 2. Brian Donaghue Brian Donaghey Elizabeth Donovan 47 Francis Donovan Sandra Dostie N.Q.H.S., Driver gets driver, 7 3 76, Bayfield Mount, Birth- day Seat, 1 2 4 76, 1 had fun, 9,18,76, Tupperware, NJAMCPGMPSCEBMJDADB. Girls Softball 10; Girls Spring Track 11; Field Hockey 12; Jr. Prom Committee 1 1; Jr. Spirit Committee 1 1; Sr. Spirit Com- mittee 1 2; Yearbook Staff 1 2; Girls Club 12. 48 ■ ' - Marjorie Dow Everyone loves a clown Mary Dowling Kevin Doyle Elaine Dougan Maria Dragone ■■ i,:, ■■■ ■:, ■■ Cynthia Driscoll " Jo " " Kindness is the hardest thing to give away for it is usually returned. " Soo Ann Marie Dubeau " Cindy- Buffalo, Company ' s Com- ming, July " 76 " R.A.M. True Happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in their worth and value. Ben Jonson N.Q.H.S., Decorating, J.B.C.- 14, Bayfield The Mount, " G.C., " Exceptional Children, Had Fun, Remember! Girls Football 11, 12; Girls Club, Pres. 1 2; Prom Comm. 11, 12; Spirit Comm. 11, 12; Nurses Club 1 1 ; Homeroom Rep. 10, 11, 12; Manet Staff 12. " Happy thoughts of good times past, make memories that last and last. " Linda Duddy k 1 Susan Dunn Linda Eaton Grand lsland-75, Winthop-74, Dec. 12, 75, D.D. ' s, Aug. 21, 76, All nighters, halftime, football games, Superbowl, 24-0, Pops Concert, Cruising (at the Marina), N.H., June 9, 1975, Collins Good Bye North Color Guard 9, 10, 11, 12; Future Nurses Club 9, 1 0. 74 Willet Street Tri-Hi-Y weekend, Maine, P.D., Party, Football Games, S.F., Mount, O.W.A.N. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 12; Junior Spirit Committee. See you in another world. Thomas Dyer Karen Edwards 49 TTr Dennis Faherty Julie Federico Do what you wanna do but be what you are. (Rock on from now on) Louis Fantucchio Bowling Club 10; Softball Team 10; Junior Prom Com- mittee 11; Language Honor Society 11, 12; National Honor Society 11, 12; Spirit Committee 11, 12; Spanish Club 12; Girls Club 12. We the willing, led by the unqualified, have been doing the unbelievable for so long, with so little . . . that we now attempt the impossible with nothing! You must begin by knowing that you have already arrived. Jonathan Livingston Seagull Jean Ferreira Swimming 11, 12; Scholastic Art Awards; Peacemakers Tour 74, 75, 76. " A friend is a person with whom you dare to be your- self. " Joyce Flynn Track 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 12; Girls Club; Sr. Prom Comm. I have never met with any say- ing that has pleased me more than that of a friend being the medicine of life. " Bootsie " T.C., unSANE, " A bug, " Otis, O.J., " EESH, " 24-0, Pine St., W.P. at Skin, " We ' re partying, (they ' re cruisin ' ), " AAATTAPAN, " Memorize it! " DON ' T FORGET THE GOOD PARTS! Future Nurses Club 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Colorguard 10, 11, 12; Drama 10, 12; Bowling 9; Spanish Club 1 2; National Honor Society 1 1 , 1 2; Language Honor Society 1 1 , 12. John Flate Student Council 1 1 , President 1 2; Softball 10, 11, 12; Basketball 11, Capt. 12; Girls Football 12; Cheerleader 1 0, 1 1 , Captain 1 2; Time . . . time it was What a time it was . . . It was a time of innocence a time of confidence Preserve your memories Peter— 10 12 74 50 Eileen Feeney Martha Foley William Fortier Jim Football 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Student Union; Language Honor Soci- ety. " May you live forever, and may the last voice you hear, be mine. " Carol Gailey 165 Wilson Ave. Yellowbug, 10th SF, R2, eZ, walk alone, " dream on, " cot- tage kids, ultimate, hump day, 10 hr. drive. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 1 2; Swim Team 1 1 . Things you take for granted . . . become valuable posses- sions . . . once they ' re gone. James Frye Bible Study 10, 11; Softball 10, 11; Volleyball 11. " O magnify the Lord with me, let us exalt His name together! Psalms 34:3 PTL! Joan Galasso Karen Gallagher Tom Track 9; Science Fair 10; Lan- guage Honor Society 11, 12; National Honor Society 1 1 , 1 2; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Concertmaster 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. If North Quincy High School had glass walls, the kids could see the fire engine go by with- out having to stand up. Jean Gass Memories: Dacey Girls, Bitch Bunch, P.D.P.G.M., Bessie, Wolly, Beach Boys, Summer of 76, Die ' s Boat Sunday Football, cruising, N.Q. Dances, Pitt, Kidnapping. B.H.M. A.M.F. NORTH Spirit Committee 12; Prom Committee 11,12. Maine, OWAN! Wampatuck! Football games. Tri-Hi-Y 1 2. Remember High School days; the best times in your life. Thomas Gallagher " Blondie " Love will fly if held too lightly Love will die if held too tightly Gina Gavigan 51 1 James Gavigan " Pam " Spirit Committee 74, 75, 76. This moment, like a circle with neither beginning nor end, still prepares me to continue. Marie Gilfeather " Mike " Basketball. " Winners Never Quit and Quitters Never Win " 55 West Elm Ave. Cheerleading 9, 1 1 , 1 2; Gym- nastics 9, 1 0; Tri-Hi-Y 1 0, 1 2; Homeroom Representative 1 0; Girls Football 1 2; Softball 1 2; Manet Staff 12; Spirit Com- mittee; Junior Prom Commit- tee; Senior Prom Committee. I ' ve been afraid of changing Cause I ' ve built my life around you But time makes you bolder Childr en get older And I ' m getting older too. F.M. Joanne Gilmartin 58 S. Bayfield Rd. 328-7049 Gary, Sean, Ned, Chris, Jean. Drama Club 10, 11; Shades of Red White and Blue 10; Hello Dolly 11; Girls Basket- ball Mgr. 1 1 . Four years of my life at North, I wish it was a life time. Learning is life time job. Stephanie Glynn ' Marty " Kevin Gilmartin " Fitzie " Spirit Committee 9, 10, 11, 1 2; Junior Prom 1 1 ; Senior Prom 1 2; Manet Staff 1 2. Time Is Too slow for those who fear Too swift for those who wait But for those who love Time is eternity Henry Van Dyke 52 Michael Gill Martin Golden • . » ' to Patricia Gordon Life is the one most important thing that a person has, so cherish it as long as you live. The Mount 11 20 76 The Rookies, BSP-1 4. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee 11, 12; Spirit Com- mittee 11, 12; Girls Club 1 2; Language Honor Society 1 2; Year Book Staff 12; Girls Football 1 1 . Yesterday, do you remember how we met? Today do you remember what I said? Tomorrow, Will you remember me? ( " Tricia " The names of friends are common but faith in a friend is rare. Gayle Grant " Chris " 9k Edward Goslin 1 Christopher Green Gymnastics 9, 10; Track 10; Swimming 1 2. It ' s been real! John Greene Natalie Graham Denise Grenier 53 I Lee Gullage Foreign Language Honors Society. " . . . Time can change me, but I can ' t change time. " Eileen Haley " Tweetie " National Honor Society 11, 1 2; Language National Honor Society 1 1 ; Girls Swim Team 11,12. The world is so full Of a number of things, I ' m sure we should all be as happy as kings. Stevenson Tammy Gustafson Cruising, B.B., Jr. Prom, N.H., Good Bye North. Future Nurses Club 1 0, 1 1 . Francis Harkins " Dancin " ' Soccer 11,12. " Free at last! Free at last! Thank God almighty, we are free at last! " Stephen Helfinch " Ellie " Summer of 76, Nantasket, Canada, Florida 73-75, The crew, the wall, Concerts, B.B C, E.J., Don ' t take away the memories, they ' re the only things I have. 54 Edward Hanrahan Eleanor Henderson ■ ■ ■ Philip Henderson " Goofey " Jan. 1 7, Pine St., Beach Boys, July, N.H., Burps, Switzerland 77 , " Lost Forever. " Girls Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Girls Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Girls Field Hockey 10, 11, 12; Girls Football 1 1 ; Spirit Com- mittee 11, 12; Girls Club 1 2; Latin Club 1 2; Manet Staff. The Only Way to have a Friend is to be one. Pamela Henry Acalling, It ' s only Wednes- day, T.G.I.F., Rose, Sister Mary Elephant, So Long, Keep In Touch. Girls Swimming 1 1 . " Remember My Laugh and You ' ll Remember Me. " " Phil- Summer of 76, Fla.-Mont., Hull, The " Cat, " Rat, Captain, Kid, King, Prince, Crusin, Jun- ior Prom, Parties, Elton, John, College Pond, North Quincy, Future Success Linda Henry " Pam " National Honor Society 11, 1 2; Foreign Language Honor Society 11, 12; Science Fair 10, 11, 12; Science Club 11, 1 2; Spanish Club 1 2; Swim- ming 11, 12; Bowling 10; Spring Track 10. Above the cloud with its shadow is the star with its light. Jonna Hiltunen Kathy Hogan " Hobbie " Memories: Dacey Boys, (kid- napping), Bitches, (P,D,P,G,M), Beach Boys, 24 to 0, Neighborhood, Bessy, Hyannis, (peanuts), Cruising, NQ Dances, Wolly, SSL, (We have fun!), B,C,P, AMF, North. Volleyball 10; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Field Hockey 11, 12; Girls Football 11, 12; Girls Club 1 2; Spirit Committee 1 2; Prom Committee 1 2. Tom Houlihan " Nano " Stretch, Tin-Grin, Swahili?, Cinnamon crunchies, Oh Geez, eso es, fog, Fenway, Poland, Oh God, Arleeno, numha, D.W.I, where it all began, Good-bye North. Tennis; Track; Language Honor Society; Girls Club. " Kathy " Memories: Poppy, Kissinwoo, Looking for Ivanhoe St., Mad- bomber, Junior Prom, Mai-Tai, College Pond, Bob ' s rat, Bosco, Is a fish fat?, Goon a dog?, Dawn ' s small hands and feet, Switzerland ' 77, Burger King, Paragon Park. Diane Holbrook " Hula " Weekend Partying . . . Wolly, Pad Party (Annex), N.Y.E., 12 14 76, Pops and Bones. Apparently, It ' s been Real . . . Obviously. 1 Nancy Hourihan 55 I l 1 Paul Hurley SSSFL, TGIF, JDRNC, SM, JPB, MIDGE, T, BEAN, NSA, SA, PICNE, BUGS, Bz, ATTICA, 4 12 77-24 to 0. No more Monday mornings! To Sheil and Cath " Name that tune! " Jim Hynds Lightening bolts and Roses, S.H.a.D.L, summer ' 76 Rhode Island, Vermont and Martha ' s Vineyard. Student Representative 1 1 , 12. As we look towards the future may we never forget to look back. Alicia Johnson ms§: j tMUUBSBUSBUSM H i in ' J.J. Regina Hutchings " Hyndsy " Swimming 3, 4. V Kenneth Johnson Junior Class President; Student Council; Drama Club. " Laughter is the shock absorber of life ' s blows. " Jerri Johnson " Kenzo " Soccer 9, 10, 11; Ski Club President 11, 12; " Switzer- land bound " " go for it " " party " " I get by with a little help from my friends. " 56 Debbie Jacobs Jeanne Johnston J Lynn Jonaitis John Karacozian Judy don ' t raise no Kane! " When you ' ve seen your SELF you will find peace of mind is waiting there. " G.H. Mary Kari Camping, April 2, 75 (Amhearst), F-Troop, S, The Rock, " Presidential Pub. " $1,380, (Paradise Pennin- sula), Gointer. I ' m In Disgrace Scralbors But don ' t send me less than quart S.Y.S.Y.S.Y.F.L HOGGING HELMET WAGNER Stephen Keches Judy Kane " We ' ve come too far to leave it all behind. " . . . Summer 75, 76 " Last Child " xyz R.R. " NO " and . . . Pooh 11 22 74 Pauline Kearney " S.K. " Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Soc cer 9, 10, 11; National Honor Society 11, 12; Foreign Lan- guage Honor Society 11,12. Patricia Keenan 57 1 I wfrw H£|Q ,1 Robert Keezer " Kelley " " Carney, you ' ll NEVER guess what happened. " " No one needs a smile so much as the person who has none to give. " " Terry " Field Hockey 10, 11,12. The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever. m .■ Mary Kelley Richard Kennedy Tara Kelley 58 Margaret Keough Cross Country 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12; Spring Track 11, 12; Foreign Language Honor Society 12; D.S. " peaches. " Francis Kelly Michael Ketzner Volleyball; Gymnastics. Sometimes the road may be lonesome, often we may lose our way, take courage and always remember, life isn ' t just for a day. Gayle Kiley Jerry WACKADOO!, 83 Eddie. Cross Country 11, 12; Winter Track 1 1 ; Spring Track 1 1 . " It is a fine line, but to me the object is not to beat some- one, but merely to live up to your potential. If you do, then you will end up winning a lot. " Frank Shorter Charles Killeen " Danny " Football 9, 11; Track 11, 12; Workstudy 12. " Kilroy was here. " Arlene King Krystyne Kiszyraski " Harry Moose " " Remember Poor for what he was. W.P. at Skin, cruisin, Matta- pan, wasted Tuesdays, rollin, wiz kid, your turn Jean, Oh jeez Nano!, Switzerland " 77. " Color Guard 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Spirit Committee 11, 12; Girls Club 1 2; Manet Staff; Language Honor Society 11,12. Remember yesterday, live today and dream for tomor- row. Matthew King 1 Harry Knudsen 59 J ' ,. ' « iij»fc Cross Country 11, 12; Winter Track 1 1 ; Spring Track 1 1 . " Nearly all men can stand adver- sity, but if you want to test a man ' s character . . . give him power. " — Abraham Lincoln David Koch Andrew Laskowski Jean LaCamera " Tina " Nurses Club 10, 11; Girls Club 12. " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. " Sir James Barrie James Koukas 30 Lansdowne St. Basketball 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Ten- nis 9, 10, 11, 12; Bowling 9; Junior Spirit Committee 11; Senior Spirit Committee 12; Language Honor Society 11, 12. I live but once; any good thing I can do, or kindness I can show, let me do it now; for I shall never pass this way again. Deborah Lawson Wayne Lawrence 60 Christine Larsen i Jayna Lee Volleyball 10, 1 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Gymnastics 10; Basketball 1 T; Softball 11, 12; Cheering 1 1 , 12; Girls ' Club 12. Martin Levenson Cross Country 10, 1 1 (Captain 1 2) ; Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Home Room Rep. 1 1 ; North Star 1 1 ; Foreign Language Honor Society 11,12. " I wanna be free like the bluebirds flying by me, like the blue waves out on the blue sea, without any strings to tie me down . . . " D. Jones . r TJ Cindy Levine " Chuck " Someday the world will end. When that day comes, I ' ll meet with you again, my friends.! Thanks to N.Q.H.S., I again have eyes! Joanne Leone Cross Country 10, 1 1 (Captain 1 2); Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Stu- dent Council 1 1; Home Room Rep. 11; Foreign Language Honor Society 11, 12. Keith Lindberg ' Jacqui " i Robert Levenson Softball Team 10, 11, 12; Girls Basketball Team 1 2; National Honor Society 1 1 , 12; Foreign Lang. Honor Soc. 11, 12; Science Club 12; Yearbook Committee 1 2. Charles Lewis " Lindy " " Sand castles at Bayfield with alligators, " " The Corner, " JBC-1 4, Have more parties. Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Bas- ketball 9, 10, f 1, 12. Jackie Little 61 " Stella " People Change Be yourself ... no one else can! Barbara Lynch « i ■• 11 " Jim Gail Lombard Class Treasurer 10, 11, 12; Student Council Secretary 1 1 , 12; Student Council Repre- sentative 10. " The greatest happiness in life is to be loved for yourself . . . Or, more precisely, To be loved in spite of your- self . . . " Wayne MacDonald I Wanda Maclsaac Nancy Mackay " Jed " Track, The Pad Parties, Wolly, Aero, July 4th, Running for TOZ, Apparently It ' s Been Real . . . 62 Colleen MacCallum Jerry Mackenzie Heather MacMillan " Maureen " Thank God I ' m out, I can sleep now, without hearing get up for school. ( " Moe " ) Good By — to Debbie Pink- ham Camille Bauer Donna O ' Neil Eileen Connerton and The Gang! Good Luck ( " Moe " ) Love Deb Sheila Mahoney jWrestling. Travel my path to the Class of ' 77 ' Y.C. Maureen Mahoney " Moon " To Beanie and Regina, " Name that Tune. " Maryanne Malzone Bowling 1, 2; Softball 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Spirit Committee 3, 4; Girls Club 4. May God grant me the seren- ity to accept things I cannot change, courage to change things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Scott Marinick What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for others. 1 Cynthia Mangan " He said take a right at the light, keep goin ' straight until night, and then, boy, you ' re on your own. " ■;m Richard Mak David Marsters 63 1 Janice Martin " I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday, and I love today. " Rosemarie Martineau " Jan " Surf, Corner, Prom, Fearings Pond, 5-39, Rexicana, Cute!, 9 5 76, Halifax, Disney World, Beach Boys, Parties, " ENDINGS BUT BEGIN- NINGS. " Everything is better when shared with a friend. Peggy Martin " To be nobody — but myself — means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight. " Michael McCarthy Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12; North Star 9, 10, 11,12 " 90% of the population of the world are fools and the rest of us are in serious danger of contamination. " Martha McCue Ca-Ca, K.K., Swints ' , Over- pass, Mount, Mailbox, BS ' s PI 4 J. B.C., SOB Parties, Hal- loween Howdies, G.C., Excep- tional Children, Paragon, Driver gets Driver, Doo-A- Mac, See Ya!l Senior Spirit Comm. — Presi- dent 12; Junior Spirit Comm. 1 1; Girls ' Club 12; Prom Comm. 11, 12; Girls ' Football 1 1; Concert Choir 9, 10; Homeroom Rep. 9, 10; Lan- guage National Honor Society 11,12. " Mack " Golf 9, 12. Mark McCormick 30 Walnut Street Surf, Nantasket, Canada. F.F. D. Fearings Pond, " I Don ' t Believe it. " 64 Roy Mastico Carol McDonald ■ I ■ " Mardy " " Barb " 2 8 75, " DQ, " $10.00 night, Another Saturday Night, The Mount, Barbie!, Promdate, The Ultimate, Good-bye North. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11; Junior Prom Comm. 1 1 . Dream, dream, dream until your dreams come true! 1 Michael McDonald Barbara McFarland People stare and say Beware, I may be crazy but I don ' t care. The Great Escape — It ' s been real! Thanks BJ. Patricia McDonough Michael McGillicuddy " Jimmy " Get down, Beers, D.M.A., Crazy Wally, Don ' t Ralph, Jail Bird Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Basket- ball 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10,11,12. Defeat need not bring discour- agement, to the brave it brings a challenge. Teresa McEachern James McGinle) Longisland Hay First and Third Ramble On We are the people are mothers and fathers told us to watch out for THE BUGS!! Carry On Edward McElaney " Mac- Football 9, 10, Captain 9; Basketball 9, 1 0; Soccer 1 1 , 12, Co-Captain; Baseball 9, 10,11,12. Pain is a sign of weakness We are a strong team Therefore we " have no weak- nesses Therefore we feel no pain; We are the MIGHTY RAIDERS Walter McGinley 65 t Francis McGinnis Michael McGurl " JO " 1974-1976, Goodtimes, " 18, " Drox, Mr. Sub, Dizzy Dikes, KFC, FRB, Pru, OM, Wollaston Beach, Flaties, Lori, Al, Janie, Jonna, Joycie, and the rest! William Mclntyre I wish you good health, an open mind, and a good life. Daniel McGuiggan V I Marianne McLaughlin un-lli ' Bi Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Basket- ball 9, 10, 1 1, 12. Thomas McKillop " In searching for the way to go I ' ve followed all the rules The way they say to choose between The wise men and the fools. " i 66 Mary McHugh Tom McLaughlin i v Catherine McNeil " Jimmy " Boy Cheerleader 1 2 Get Down " 77 " " Turkey Day " ... All Nighters, Hay Rides . . . Don ' t Ralph I gotta work " Where ' s My Bulldog " " Mel " Basketball 10, 11, 12; Tennis Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Spirit Committee 1 1 ; Future Nurses Club 11. " Give to the world the best you have, And the best will come back to you. " " Cathy " Memories we had together should not be forgotten, the Junior Prom, the cay after, March " 27. " Maura Meehan James McQueeney " Squeegee " I loved my friend He went away from me There ' s nothing more to say The poem ends, Soft as it began — I loved my friend Dawn Merrill Maryellen Meehan Jr. Spirit Committee; National Honor Society; Language Honor Society. Now it ' s time to bid you sweet adieu Maybe drink of cheers to yes- terday And maybe you ' ll drink the tears away Aerosmith Steven Tyler i Edward Melia David Mitchell 67 1 .1 t Hn 29 Wentworth Rd. Baseball 1 0; Basketball 1 0. (THE GREAT ZELMO " ) Janet Monts Lynette Millner " Montsie " " 74-75, " New Year ' s Eve, Semi- Formal, 2 8 75, WAMPAWTUC, " P.H., " Junior Prom, Cape Action, 72, 24-0, Senior Prom, WAMPUM! Cheerleader 1 , 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2; Volleyball 2; Homeroom Rep. 2; Basketball 2, 3; Drama Club 3; Girls Football 3, 4; Foot- ball Captain 4; Manet Staff 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Co- Captain 4. " Memories are to remember — not to change. " J.M. Dave Moran Cross Country 1 0, 1 1 (Captain 1 2); Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. John Minukas Mike Morin Sunrise, 1-24-76, " Apple, " kidnapped — Bessie, Dacey Girls, T.G.I.F., S.S.L., " Hello I Love You Won ' t You Tell Me Your Name. " Prom Committee 11, 12; Spirit Committee 11,12; Homeroom Representative 11, 12; Lan- guage National Honor Society 11,12; Girls Football 11,12; Girls Club 1 2; Yearbook 1 2. 68 Dawn Montgomery Bryzo, Golf, Soccer, Tucker- mans. If someone asks you why? Ask them why not? If they can ' t tell you, proceed. 1 Brian Morrissey R9 SattEb John Morton 36 Holyoke St. Joan Murphy Color Guard 4; Tutoring 2, 3, 4. " Everybody is created equal, no matter who they are. " Karen Murphy __ j Mark Nagle " Bird " Language Honor Society. IT t Thomas Nee 5ue " And now the time has come To leave upon the wind Not to return. " May everyones future road ahead be paved with success. Susan Murphy 75 Atlantic St. Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10,11,12. John Neary Football; Baseball; Honor Societies. Kevin Nestor 69 1 I Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12; Softball 10, 11, 12; Gymnas- tics 9, 10; Spirit Committee 1 2; Girls Club 1 2. Seniors OVER Juniors 1 2-6 North OVER Quincy 24-0. Marie Nestor Mary Nolan N.Q.H.S., B.S.P.-14, I got to go!, K.K., Mailbox, Tupper- ware, Mic, ' GC, ' " Swints, " Bayfield Mount, " 10-9-76. " Girls Football 11, 12; Girls Club; Spirit Committee 11, 12; Manet Yearbook Staff; Prom Committee 11,12. " Mike " Water Dept., The Mararete, J.D., The Bugs. I can finely say that I made it out of this prison. " Attica " Joyce Neville Martha Newton Siobhan Nolan 33 Carruth St. Wollaston,MA 02170 Homeroom Representative 10; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Jr. Prom Committee 1 1 ; Jr. Spirit Committee 1 1 . Michael Nolan " Shawnee " Basketball 10, 11, 12; Volley- ball, Manager 11; Softball, Manager 10. I loved going to football, soc- cer, basketball and baseball games. I enjoyed my sophomore and junior years but my senior year was the best of themm all. 70 Jane Nicholson Tracey Norton ■ Ann Marie Nunnari " Gerry " Ididn ' t play Football Ididn ' t play Soccer Ididn ' t play Hockey Ididn ' t play Basketbal Ididn ' t Wrestle Ididn ' t play Baseball AND 1 did not Track So I ' m just a fan. " 77 " G.O ' D i I John O ' Donnell Field Hockey 10th; Swimteam 1 1 th; State Science Fair 1 0th and 1 1th; Science Club; Con- cert Choir, North Star. " Annie " 117 Phillips St. Quincy, Mass. Donna O ' Neill " Kathy " Gerard O ' Donnell " O.D. " B and N, R and C, It ' s not cold out! Football; Track. " I never think of the future. It comes soon enough. " A. Einstein Mark O ' Sullivan " Cool O ' Toole " Gym Team; Swim Team; Prom Committee; Manet Staff; Spirit Committee; Ski Club. Football games, Rally, Turkey Day. J. P., Prom Date, Wam- patuck, Don ' t laugh, CRAZY, weekends, PARTY! Believe it or not, We are out of here. Finally! Kathleen O ' Hara Kathy O ' Neill Janice O ' Toole 71 1 Lynn O ' Toole Sachsenhausen 75, 76, friends, Ex-Weekends-1 2, growing-up, competing, wel- come to the rat race. Gymnastics Team 9, 10, 11, 1 2; Diving Team 11, 12; Swim Team 11, 12; H.R. Represent- ative 11, 12; Cheering 1 1 ; Ski Club, Treasurer 11, 12; Sci- ence Fair 11, 12; Prom Com- mittee 11, 12; Football 12; Language Honor Society 1 2; Spirit Committee 1 2; Chess Team 1 2; Band 11,12. Appreciate what you have now, for soon it will be just a memory. I.P. David Palma 74 Glover Avenue Yesterday is but a memory Tomorrow an uncharted course So live today that it will be A memory without remorse. Deborah Panto Be faithful to that which exists nowhere but in yourself — and there make yourself indis- pensible. Ingrid Pagliaro " It ' s been real. " Beatrice Peak " Debbie " The Ship Crusin Dunkins North over Quincy 24 to 9 11 76 Paul ' s Mall SSS IBM Yesterday has passed; tomorrow is just a possibility; today is now. Karen Pasquariello " Bea " Memories, " Sunshine, " Sum- mers ' 74 - ' 76, The " M M, " " Last Child, " A, BB, " No, " XYZ, 7 2-3-4, Remember. Foreign Language Society. We stand at today, Look back at yesterday, Walk forth into tomorrow. ! 72 Sleila Palma Arthur Parastatides mUThwb " Charlie " It ' s time to face reality — for the world is too big for dreams! Dancing, Reading A future tranlator. Effie Pesiridis Every day is the same old day but treat it well as it comes. Dennis Petit John Petrosius " Animal " O, it is excellent, To have a giant ' s strength; But it is tyrannous, To use it like a giant. A good athlete, hit by injury. Pamela Porter " PQ " the corner the wall the good times never thought I ' d see the day! " Relroy " ROTC I, II, III Joseph Piazza RC, Beach, Rock, Parties, 4th, Maine, Sunflowers, J.S., friend, fights, work, R.R., package deals (m w), spring- time, S. D. L, C.C., E.M., f.w.C L, Molly ' s, S.L, Wom- an ' s Lib, F.M., L.S. Paul Petrillo Patricia Quinlan 1 ■ Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12; Swimming 11, 12; Language Honor Society 11, 12; National Honor Soci- ety 11, 12. " What — Me Worry? " Alfred E. Neuman Neil Quinn " Deno or Mad Dog " Soccer 10, 11, 12; Weight Lifting 9, 10, 11, 12; Basket- ball Manager 12. 1 . Keeping in shape is the name of the game, not working out at North, it will never be the same. 2. North Soccer has had some great teams but mak- ing BU is a far away dream. Michael Ready Dennis Radley John Reardon I ' m out of here for ever!!! PTL W.T.F. B.B.G. " MONTCLAIR " " MOON " Hockey 1 , 2, 3, 4, . Catherine Reney Southeast Music Festival ' 75, ' 76, ' 77; All-State Music Festi- val ' 76, ' 77; New-England Music Festival ' 76, ' 77; All- Eastern United States Chorus 1977; Concert Choir ' 75, ' 76, ' 77; Madrigals ' 75, ' 76, ' 77; Manet Staff. Always keep a smile on your face, love those you know with all your heart and never be afraid to reach out and touch. Alice Reed TGIF, SSSFL, TRS, BSH, JDRNK, Juda, Midge, JPB, Reg, SB, JL, bean, GAA, with a little help from my friends, Reg and Shelia: name that tune. 74 Donna Reardon Celeste Rioux William Sean Riley 1 1 rv Rizz New Hampshire in record time, Bry are you sure you know the way, I ' ve had a few good years at North, I ' m gonna miss em. Debbie Rodriguez Flower, Jean, G.L.S., H.B., S.T., good people, Carrie, B.L.S., F.C., M.M., greenline, rallies, good times, P.P., Thanx. Words only limit what could now be said. " Drummer " 1 37 Billings St. Track 9; North Star 9, 10; Orchestra 9, 10; Jr. Concert Choir 9, 10, 11, 12; Drama Club 9, 10; Fiddler on the Roof 9; Shades of Red, White, and Blue 10. To Jeanne, " My love must be a kind of blind love; I can ' t see anyone but you. " Art Garfunkel (Graduation — Look out NAVY here I come.) 1 Donna Ross Michelle Ross " Debbie " Marie ' s pear, Tony ' s orange, Tricia ' s change, 1 2 to 6, " We Basketball Cheerleader 12 Grade; Girls Football 12 Grade. " I have good aim, I ' m down to one sheet. " " Duckie " I ' ll miss ya but I ' ll get over it. Linda Russell Carolyn Romberg John Ryan 75 J H National Honor Society 11, 12; Foreign Language Honor Society 11, 12; Basketball 9, 1 1 ; Science Club 1 2; Science Fair 11, 12; Yearbook 12. Ruth Salomaa " Lisa " Nurses Club 1 1 ; Spirit Committee 12; Girls Football 12; Girls Club 12. It ' s all happened so quickly, Now we ' re living in that dream we had so long ago. " Matty " " May all those who try, suc- ceed. " Susan Schaffer " Skeets " Sandglass, J. Geils, Led Zep- plin, Aerosmith. Pass out? Wrestling 11, 12; Tri-Captain 12. I don ' t smoke. Matthew Schaefer Junior Concert Choir 9; Con- cert Choir 10, 11, 12; Madri- gals 11, 12; Majorettes 1 1 , 12. 76 Richard Schiarizzi Carol Seegrabber Frank Scurti And I ' m looking for space And to find out who I am And I ' m looking to know and understand It ' s a sweet, sweet dream . . . J.D. Robert Sehovey Diane Senter Ellen Shaw Prank President Sr. Class; Vice Pres. Jr. Class; Manet Staff; Student Council 11,12. " Ask what kind of world do you want to live in? What do you need to know? Demand that your teachers teach you that! " " Starkey " Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Homeroom Rep. 9, 10, 11, 1 2; Concert Choir 9, 10, 11, 12; Magrigals 12; Senior Spirit Committee 1 2; Girls Club 12; North Star 12; Speech Team 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee 11, 12; Presi- dent Drama Club 11, 12; Treasurer Concert Choir 1 2. Every Human Being Is Intended To Have A Character Of His Own, To Be What No Other Is And Do What No Other Can. Steven Sharp " T.G. " " D.B. " We ' re oufta here!!! " BORN TO RUN " 2 8 75 1 Ramona Shea " Shently " Football 9, 10, 11, 12. Some m en see things as they are and ask why? I dream of things that are not and ask why not? REMEMBER ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE HAD WHILE AT NORTH. Stephen Sheehan Bill Sheridan Ion Band, Orchestra, Choir, Madrigals, Track, Soccer, Ten- nis, North Star, Chess Club, Quincy Symphony Orchestra, National Honor Society (Vice- President), German Honor Soc, New England Music Fes- tival, Grades 9-12. " All great men are dying, in fact I ' m feeling a little faint myself. " , Frank Shea Ian Sheridan 77 I Rooert Shuris " Bob " " Bubba " Brian Smith " Ricky " Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Wres- tling 9, 11; Track 12; Lan- guage Honor Society 11, 12; National Honor Society 11, 12. For what is a man? What has he got? If not himself, then he has not. " My Way " Karen Shurtluff Frederick Smith Spring Track 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. Jodi Silver Michael Smith " Simbo " " Eudemon ' 78 Brian Simmons David Sorensen Helen Spiropoulos Susan Spring " Bob " Basketball 9; Baseball 9, 10, 11,12; Soccer 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. Do your best and let that stand the record of your brain and hand. North was a lot of good times, but there are many more to come, keep on trying and suc- cess and happiness will always come. National Honor Society 11, 1 2; Language Honor Society 11, 12; NQHS Concert Choir 10, 11, 12; NQHS Junior Choir 9; Science Club 11, 12; Spirit and Prom Committee 11, 12; Speech Team 10, 11, 12. Sue Springer Concert Choir 10, 11, 12 Homeroom Rep. 11, 12 Spanish Club 1 2; Girls Club Language Honor Society. Be yourself, think of others and stay happy. May All My Friends Be Friends Forever " Keep in Touch " Best years 76-77 1 Gary Stanley Copper Hi kids, Mug, Cape, N.H., Areo, Beach Boys, Okie, Attendance Office, Summer 76, Superbowl 75, Greene, Gum, Dig me, Memories. Miles from nowhere guess I ' ll take my time. Oh ya to reach there. Nancy Steele " Joe- Good times at North, N.B., Lead, Wolly, Scituate Sum- mers, The Pad, Miller Time, D.J. ' s, 12-14-76, Smith, Work at S S, " So Obviously, It ' s Been Real. " A Robert Stack Joseph Stockless 79 1 , ' ■ " Sandy " Spring Track; Prom Commit- tee; Girls Club; Yearbook Staff. Language Honor Society. Sandra Stover " Strazz " Man ' s mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original demensions " Oliver Wendell Holmes Tennis 9, 10, 11, 1 2; Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Swimming 11; 12; Language Honor Society 11, 12. John Strazzulla Christine Sullivan The beach, Rock, BB vs. BF, Sunflowers, parties, re, yea sure, M WC, dlpg, ch, whis, JIZZ, PP, Main, fights, friend LANDSLIDE Joseph Swindells NQHS, " GC " , BS ' s P-14, JBC, Surf, Belgium ' 76, Swint ' s, exceptional children, If we utilize the Pythagorean Theorem, Quincy Parties, 9 25 76, Bayfield The Mount, Mich SoCo,Atlast!M Language Honor Society 1 1 , 1 2; Homeroom Representative 10, 11, 12; Manet Staff 12; Girls Football 11, 12; Girls Track 11, 12; Spirit Commit- tee 11, 12; Prom Committee 11,12. v Carol Swinton Party!!, Sadie ' s, Ken, Hurley, Steve Miller, JSKA, " Pie, " " Ro, " " New, " 9 76, A peaceful easy feeling, I wanna go to the Sun, We ' re out of here!!! Jean Tabak 80 Janet Sweeney Arlene Teahan Is Barbara Thomas Sadies, On Stage, The Beef and Ale, 9-24-76, PWSAFMTB, Parties. Do you feel the way we do??!! Three years in 429, breakfast, Town, D, Jack, Areo, Cape, N.H., corner, CV, NIIHAU, Nantasket, N.A., bench, M.T., starland, PC, Hall, 12-31-75. Spanish Club; Junior Spirit Committee. It ' s nice to be important, but it ' s more important to be nice. Diane Tocci " Beth " I ' ll always remember the good times I had at North. ■ ' B K 1 " • . h •v — s» , 5 F v s SK J : " ft t« Bfe _ Diane Tretola " Dan " Basketball 1 . Daniel Totten " Richie " Billings St., B.U. (We almost made it), Locker Room Brawls in ' 75, " Kickers, " Mac ' s house, Homeroom 429, " So long North. " Hockey 10, 11; Soccer 10, 11,12. Julie Uguccioni " So I said goodbye to all my friends, Packed my hopes inside a matchbox, Cause I know it ' s time to fly. " Richard Troy " Jules " " I am not afraid of tomorrow; for I have seen yesterday, and I love today. " William Allen White Joann Vasconcellos 81 1 J ■ Karen Venezia " Venets " Ellen Voelkel Junior Choir 9; Senior Choir 10, 11, 12; Science Club 11, 1 2; Spanish Club; National Honor Society 11, 12; Lan- guage Honor Society 11, 12. " A few close friends are worth so much more than many acquaintances. " Robert Venezia " Bob " Gr. 11 Wrestling; Gr. 10, 11, 12AFJROTCI, II, III. [Y if Linda Walker " Geo " 60 Ferndale Rd. Football 10, 11,12; D.E.M.O. W.T.F.? Fried P.C. 1 1 r ill James Walter Field Hockey 10th; State Fair 10 and 1 1 th; Science Club; Concert Choir; Southeast and New Eng- land Music Festivals; Swim Team Captain 1 0, 1 1 . George Wallace Jim Band 10, 11, 12; Language Honor Society 12; Spanish Club 12. We are the music-makers, And we are the dreamers of dreams, Yet we are the movers and shakers Of the world forever, it seems. 82 Robert Vogel James Watts Science Club 1 1; Nurse ' s Club 10,11,12. ' A MttB lfe . ,il 1 Janet Welch Debbie White " Wentz " " Fire Up " Miller Bottles Football. Stephen Whall " A " Coffe Cake Club, Get-Togeth- ers, Bernie Fan Club, Bargie, Wabbit, Wabbit, Surprise Quizzes, 4 9 74, Toasting Marshmallows, Jr. Prom, Poly- peptides, May 1 3. Girl ' s Club; Language Honor Society; Basketball; North Star. " Whitey " Basketball 1,2,3,4. Mark Wentzell " Whalla " " Porky-Pig " Teacher, teach me about the structure of man, but all your endless calculations still can ' t tell me why I am. (Oink-Oink) Thomas White Adrienne White Sophomore Class Student Council; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Junior Class Spirit Committee; Junior Class Prom Committee; Senior Class Spirit Committee; Homeroom Representative Grades 1 1 and 12. X John White " Whitey " Basketball 10, 11, 12; Soccer 10,11,12. A new day, a new way, And new eyes to see the dawn. Go your way I ' ll go mine and carry on. Stephen Stills 1 William White Nurses Club 10, 11, 12; Lan- guage Honor Society 1 2; Girls Club 12. Beautiful memories will remain in my heart of years too good to forget. Golden rainbows are beauti- ful, but not nearly as precious as true fri ends. Raymond Wolf Laura Widdison 41 9 Highland Ave. Girls Basketball 10, 11, 12; Softball 11, 12; Girls Club 12; Language National Honor Society 1 2. " Dream what you dare to dream, go where you want to go, be what you want to be LIVE! " Jonathon Livingston Seagull The hardest thing in life is say- ing good-bye. Michelle Woodford " Lea " Concert Choir 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. " Thanks for the good memo- ries. " Ruth Widman Leanne Woolsey " Ranee " " Get psyched, " " sow the brews, " 37V2 pts., " get down, " the M ' s, L.S., Skiing. Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12. " If God made us all originals, then why stoop to be a copy. " 25 Tyler St. " Don ' t think about tomorrow, just worry about today. " 84 Peter Will Mark Worley George Worth Claire Yee. Suzanne Yee 71 Farrington Street All Sports Queen; Cheerlead- ing 9 capt., 10, 12, co-capt.; Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 12; Girls Track 10, 11, 12; Spirit Committee 10, 11, 12; Junior Prom Committee 11; Project LINC 12; Girls Football 12; Senior Prom Committee 1 2. Do not follow where the path leads. Rather, go where there is no path and leave a trail. THE FOLLOWING SENIORS WERE CAMERA SHY: " Sue " Tri-Hi-Y 10, 12; Girls Cross Country 1 2; Girls Winter Track 12; Girls Spring Track 11, 12; Girls Club 12; National Honor Society 1 1 , 1 2; Language Honor Society 11, 12; Spirit Committee 1 0, 11,12. Rhonda Zoia Kenneth Akana Anna Axelsson Denise Baranow John Boudreau Richard Bray George Browned Louanne Bulger Frank Cascarano Paul Corliss Barbara Coutts William Crozier Matthew Dargon Stephen Doherty Kendra Donovan Lawrence Doyle Pamela Drandorff Cynthia Driscoll Brenda Emery Keith Fontaine Daniel Fowkes Megan Grady John Irwin Diane Largey David Leonard Katherine Leonard Arthur McDaniel John McDaniel Anne Miceli Virginia Murphy John Norton Robert O ' Neill Debbie Pinkham Donald Pound Steven Reilly David Reinstein Michael Roomian James Smith Philip Strungis Daniel Totten Mark Vieira Paul White Suzanne White 85 Mary Cahill Cathy Gallagher Carol LaFrance Thomas Liz PATRICIA ANNE RUGO Tricia NO SIR . . . WHAT A R-l-O-T . . . Don ' t even laugh The sweetest birds build near the ground . . . Best flowers grow near the earth . . . . . . and we must stoop for happiness if we would know it ' s worth Cheering 1 2; Speech Club 1 2; Spirit Com. 1 2. NORTH IS FOREVER THOMAS M. LIZ Party, worser, CMC, aero- smith, cellar, sleep, Dec. 31, camping, the gang, table " Life is tough, but you ' re tougher " « z .. o v ' Patricia Rugo 86 ■ 1 cr w t| iii » HI ' st 4 sfc vX V " IE: THE 1977 SENIOR CLASS CENSUS CLASS GENIUS: Ian Sheridan and Ruth Salomaa BEST ALL-AROUND: Mike Adams and Joyce Flynn MOST ATHLETIC: Jimmy McGinley and Linda Henry MOST POPULAR: Eddie McElaney and Rhonda Zoia i J 88 MOST SPIRITED: Carol McDonald and Ed Carll r» CLASS INDIVIDUALIST: Judy Kane [A uer 1 89 1 ■ CLASS MUSICIANS: Celeste Rioux and Tom McKillop CLOWNS: Ron Beneszniewicz and Janice O ' Toole CLASS FLIRT: Stephanie Glynn t I ■ LOUDEST: Lori Andrews QUIETEST: Micky Ready and Patty Bent J . y ftr 90 ■ • - . •: v tSL " , 1 MOST INVOLVED: Barbara Lynch and Frank Shea MOST RESPECTED: Barbara Lynch FRIENDLIEST: John Flate and Celeste Rioux HEART THROB: Joan Galasso and George Wallace DRAMATISTS: Jeff Chamberlain and Celeste Rioux .x 91 CLASS INSEPARABLES: Dawn Montgomery and Bill Mclntyre CLASS DO-NO-WRONG AND STUDENT MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Eileen Feeney CLASS PROPHET OF DOOM: Lumpy 7T T7 1 977 LIFE OF THE PARTY: Lumpy 2 92 i p « - 1 976-77 FOOTBALL THE NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR VARSITY TEAM HEAD COACH DAVID BURKE COACH TOM FITZGERALD COACH KEN McPHEE 94 • JOHN BALDEC STEVE BELL DAN BUTTS DENNIS DOHERTY BRIAN DONAGHEY DICK KENNEDY HARRY KNUDSEN KEITH LINDBERG FRANK McGINNIS TOM NEE MIKE NOLAN BILL MclNTYRE 96 WM. ■5 " OT HTOft OMft . ' ••:vr- HI RAIDERS HAVE IT ALL By Mike Gallant N. QUINCY 1 6, WEY. SOUTH QUINCY — Good. Good defense, good offense and a good kicker. If you live in North Quincy, you must know the above praise refers to your good old local high school football team. There really isn ' t a heck of a lot more to say, what with the Red Raiders ' 16-0 non- league win over Weymouth South on Saturday. The win puts Dave Burke ' s boys at 4-0 over-all and 1-0 in the Subur- ban League. A few defensive names from Saturday would be Rich Kennedy, Steve Bonoli, Ed McElaney, Paul NQ WS First Downs 15 8 Yards Gained Rushing 230 93 Yards Gained Passing 52 Yards Lost 20 36 Passes Attempted 7 7 Passes Completed 4 2 Passes Intercepted By 1 Number of Punts 3 2 Punting Average 35 36 Fumbles 1 Opp. Fumbles Recovered 1 Yards Penalized 75 30 Corliss, Mark Nagle, John Ryan and Mark Wentzell. The offense was almost as crisp with John Wilkinson, Harry Knudsen, Dan Butts, Tom Nee, Keith Lindberg and Jim Frye. " The whole defense played — r mmm — i — mm i» .. ' ' " " -ii super, " grinned ' D ' coach Ken McPhee, who plans to rest his game ball on the family man- telpiece. " The secondary was strong enough to prevent them from throwing too many passes. " The Red Raiders began to show their strength on the opening drive of the game when they started at their 33 and moved down to the Wild- cat one some 1 1 plays later. From there it was quarterback Brian Donaghey on a one- yard keeper and a 6-0 lead. Neither team could then get anything going until midway through the second period when North moved to the Wildcat 1 8 before the drive stalled. McElaney ' s foot didn ' t and the soccer-style kicker kicked a 35-yard job to give the Red Raiders a 9-0 edge. Looking back at the drive, you ' ll find that George Wal- lace and John Wilkinson did the bulk of the ball carrying. Wallace carried three times for 15 yards while Wilkinson, a junior runner who replaced injured Mike Adams, did 26 yards in four tries. " Wilkinson did a fine job, " thought Burke. " Adams hurt his ankle early in the game but he should be okay for next week. " South mounted a neat 55- yard drive in the third period but Wentzell, who is quite a defensive end, put a finish to that with a sack of Manning. That was it for South but the Red Raiders weren ' t through yet. So, Wilkinson scored from 41 yards out with 33 sec- onds left for the final 1 6-0. N. QUINCY Ends: Wentzell, Frye, Bonell, Lind- berg. Tackles: Ryan, Knudsen, Mari- nelli, Nagle. Guards: Butts, Corliss, Cramond, Chisholm. Centers: Nee, Bell. Backs: Doherty, Donaghey, Adams, Wilkinson, Nolan, Doyle, Zoia, Kennedy, Mclntyre, McElaney, Wallace, McGinnis, Hanrahan. WEY. SOUTH Ends: Gaudiano, Hassan. Tackles: McQuade, Harding, Luciano, Warner. Guards: Saari, LoSciuto. Centers: Mulcahy, Litchfield. Backs: Pimental, Hines, Brooks, Weston, Landy, McMahon, Manning, Burr, Merlin, Dwyer. QUINCY 6-3-0-7-16 TOUCHDOWNS by Donaghey (NQ), Wilkinson (NQ). POINT AFTER touchdown by Mc- Elaney (kick). FIELD GOAL by McElaney. v» » X . m SOCCER SENIOR VARSITY SOCCER TRI-CAPTAINS: Mac McGinley John Dolbec Jimmy McGinley Coach Cochrane ? ■ JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER 100 . " » JOHN ANDREWS 1 " p ■1 RON BENESZNIEWICZ JOHN DOLBEC 1 4 fl WALTER McGINLEY DENNIS RADLEY 101 I RICH TROY ■ ■VZB0rUr£LT MEfHI rwvQH HP5 WZaF jmwR. ' ' NORTH RACKS UP 9th ' ' North Quincy ' s red hot soccer team, unbeaten in seven straight games, played at Suburban League- leading Newton North Tuesday, and will host Quincy today (Thursday). The Raiders will be at Rindge Tech Saturday at 10 a.m. and will be home to Weymouth South Tuesday as it hopes to qualify once again for the state tournament. Bruce Cochrane ' s first Raider team ran its record to 9-3-1 last Friday with a 2-1 win over Waltham. In qualifying for the tournament, ties count as wins. North overcame a 1 -0 deficit with third period goals by John Dolbec and Jim McGinley. Bob Reed assisted on Dolbec ' s goal and Dave Harrow set up that by McGinley. Earlier in the week North had played to a scoreless tie with Brook- line, in a game dominated by the goa- lies. Both teams had good scoring chances but were foiled by some out- standing saves. In their previous game the Raiders had blanked Weymouth North, 2-0, on goals by Jim McGinley and Har- row. Sean Jago and Bob Stack had assists. 1 •- .-» »« ' 1 BOYS CROSS COUNTRY EDCARLL MIKE KETZNER 104 ■V VBOtf 1 GERRY KEYES ANDY LASKOWSKI J BOBBY LEVENSON MARTY LEVENSON JERRY MACKENZIE MIKE MORIN 106 I ■ 1 ■ I I ■ ( I H 107 fl ' .Vij - » ■ WwRemKWH ■ K2 ■ GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY r i CAROL SEEGRABER SUZANNE YEE 108 ft -It I »i 1 i 1 BASKETBALL SENIOR VARSITY 112 JUNIOR VARSITY 1 ■ • - M DANNY CUDDY MIKE GILL 1 . ■ ■ ■ I ■ , KEITH LINDBERGH JIMMY McGINLEY ■ H 13 It wB ■n Run r JlU a JpJ ■■brim JOHN WHITE v V? . ■ I ? f y 3 45 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL 116 Y JOYCE FLYNN JEANNE LACAMERA LINDA HENRY MARY ELLEN MEEHAN 1 ■ M 117 ■ I RUTH WIDAAAN X J? 118 1 T ft WRESTLING 120 TRI-CAPTAINS • % ' ■ -v .-v.:-. 1 STEVE KECHES 121 if 4k V ■ . 1 RICHARD SCHIARIZZI i ■ 123 I m m WINTER TRACK - ■ IB i MIKE KETZNER MATTY KING . BOBBY LEVENSON MARTY LEVENSON 125 1 hSUSs ■mi JERRY MACKENZIE JOHNO ' DONNELL 26 i «-vw M 1 Hra «: V; ' D O, O Vnc 1 GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY mm ' iiiitUWttiiSSSiff- %r ■■■•■••« ' --■■■•■■•; -•■■•■ «■• ' • .!»« J ■» W attag y i m ANTOINETTE ALIBRANDI PAM BURNS 128 K JfefeftHfl if ■ ii in PAULA BURNS LINDA HENRY | MICHELLE CAULLHAN ELAINE DOUGAN 1 • ' ' - vjI 4 DIANE HOLBROOK MARY KELLEY 129 It 3I£ Bk -4PN F « ... ,. ■■ - ■: 4 ■ , ■ . ■ - - f 1 ftgaw 3 TERRY KELLY LISA SULLIVAN 11 f ■t 1 FT«I, • flit L ' ■• " " B A HI Hi ▼»tr M«| I 9 i j» 1 A I ■ . ■ m »• ! » • ' 131 III ■ ■ VOLLEYBALL GAYLE KILEY, Captain 132 w m .■•;■-■■•■■ V ■■■MM i HOCKEY Coaches Troup and Erickson 134 JOHN ANDREWS DENNIS DOHERTY MICHAEL MARKS PAUL HURLEY 135 I I 1 IK f 1 H » " __ , - " . " 1 f M HC v g jH L | »Jjjjjjjjjjjj)i r ■i P A . 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Denise Baranow Kendra Donovan Ellen Voelkel National Honor Society 1 1 , 1 2; Foreign Language Honor Society 1 1 ; Spirit Committee 11,12; Girls Club 12; Project LINC. Work hard, pray and leave the rest to God! Addition to Camera Shy: Michael C. Lewis Ellen Voelkel HERE BELOW IS ONE MORE OF OUR 1 977 RAIDER VARSITY FOOTBALL HEROES: MARK NAGLE NORTH WILL LIVE FOREVER 1 " Kendra-jean " 1 34 Barham Ave. Basketball 9; Field Hockey 10; Softball, Football 11; Cheering 11, 12; Home- room Rep. 1 1 ; Language Honor Society 1 1 ; Student Council 1 2; Jr. and Sr. Prom Comm.; Girls Club 12. " For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven. A time to weep, a time to laugh. " Ecc. 3:1 Goodbye NQHS 16 SENIOR PROM 1977 I " i V -J I MKTOC a r • k a - A 165 GRADUATION ( U ' r J r v 9 • f 1 - » a mm. , A f « ' ■ f r HP 4JK, ' rf , t, " V. ■ ■ 14 ▼ 1 r. ■ J ' J 7 i r§ i . . I I H " L iH 9ir H% ) KMI 168 OTHER CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES N.Q.H.S. 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