North Shore High School - Taliesin Yearbook (Glen Head, NY)
- Class of 1981
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CONFERENCE IV CHAMPS
The 1980 Varsity Soccer Team won a Division The season record was 20 wins, 2 losses and 1
Championship for the third consecutive year and tie.
its second straight Conference IV Championship. Voted to the Ali-Star team were Eddie Capo-
Also, for the second year in a row, they played in bianco, Tom O'Hara, Ron O'Buch, Marc Schindler,
the County Championship game. and Gordon Johnson.
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Rita Corsitto, Gia Curiale,
Linda Messina, Peggy
Franck Middle: Kerry Mc-
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This years team was undefeated Conference IV
champs, undefeated Nassau county champs,
and the second best team on all of Long Island!
They also have the honor of being North Shores
first girls team to win a county championship. Mo
Brady was voted MVDefense, Karen Wenz
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player. These players were named for: All Con-
ference - Mo Brady, Peggy Frank, Colleen Mc-
Donald, Laura Sinski, and Karen Wenz All County
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1980 COUNTY CHAMPS
3 Back: Kieran Gibbons, Derek lrwin, Steve Haratunian, Richard Laderer,
A' Dan Sohierhorst, Coach Maier Front: Shawn Davis, Aimee Coffee, Liz
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A Their was a separate boys and girls cross-country team this year.
' Both did very well, the girls were division champs. The final record
was boys: Conference, 9-5, division 3-4 and girls: 8-1. The follow-
Q ing runners made All- Division: Dan Schierhorst, Danny Oran, Si-
' mone Pavlides, Cheryl Hall, Liz Bonham. Simone Pavlides placed in
the top ten in the Class County races, and qualified for the states.
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Melissa Carmichael, Laurie Goldberg,
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Donna Winston, the team placed
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shut out 3 other teams. Sally Brown
was undefeated all season, and was
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was MIP, and Beth Lynch was
named for All-Star in Conference IV.
Top: Coach Monaghan, Chris Johansen, Rob Stone, Mike Oppizzi, Tony Russo, Pat Pullo, Romus
Vaitkus, Brian Wargin, Keith Cartagine, Donald Brennan, Mike Abbondolo, Coach Case, Coach Clark
Bottom: John McQuiIIan, Pete Von Schoenermarck, Stuart Faies, Tom Bruno, Andy Osman, Tom
Grabher, Dave Johansen, Reinhardt Andersen, Kevin O'Brien, Eric Knochenhauer, Billy Warden
Missing: Ray Beno, Ricardo Gomez, Joe Iullucci
The team was led by captains
Tom Grabher, quarterback,
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Top: Coach Reardon, Sean Wilbur, Ken Aebly, Rob Michal, Tim Burns, Rick Pis-
ciotta, Jeff Telvi, Joe Dirienzo, Doug Shaver, Coach Paciiio Bottom: Roy Gustafson,
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ished its season with an
overall standing of 11
wins and 8 loses, placing
them third in their divi-
sion. The team will be
losing seven starting
playersg Claire Henry, El-
len Moran, Maureen
McCabe, Jill Rosenthal,
Beth Vetter, Sue So-
kolski, Stella DaSilva,
MVP and leading scorer.
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cludes the talents of
Bella Totino, Liliana
Grella, and Lucrezia
Grella, who was voted
most improved player.
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Bottom Row: Marybeth Daley, Suzanne Neider, Sue D'AugeIIi, Joanne Kortvelesy, Maryann Woolston,
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The North Shore Girls Varsity Volleyball team had an out-
standing year with an overall record of 22 wins and 2
losses. They clinched the division as well as the confer-
ence title. As a Final Standing the team was second place
in the Nassau County Finals. The team worked extremely
hard throughout the season under the dedicated coaching
of M. J. Cheshire. The team will be losing some of its best
players who will be graduating this year. They are Mary
Volkoff, Sue Matwell, fthe Co-Captainsl, Sue D'Augelli,
and Janet Schabhuti. Although they are leaving, the team
is left with a strong backbone: Maryann Woolston, Steph-
anie Regan, Lisa Loftus, Joanne Kortvelesy, Suzanne
Neider, Karen Szarka, Kathy Taylor and Karen Truss.
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very successful season. The team is
coached by Gary Craner and is presently the
2nd place team in the confer-
The Varsity team is led by Liz 1
Condlin's 176 average, the high-
est average in the conference.
Seniors Peggy Lenz and Laurie
Manzione and junior Brenda Ro-
tolla have all helped to qualify
North Shore for the county tour-
The Junior Varsity team looks
very promising for next year.
They placed 2nd also, and are
led by freshman Mary Mauro and
Helga Sudy. Mauro presently has
the highest average for JV as
well as a chance for high game
and high series. Jeanette Condlin
Lenz also contribute to the team.
Left to Right: Liz Condlin, Helga
Sudy, Peggy Lenz, Brenda Ro-
tola, Mary Mauro, Patty Lenz
Missing: Jeanette Condlin, Lau- ,
The North Shore Varsity bowl-
ing team was led by senior cap-
tains Stu Fales CAve. 1757, and
Chet Chicosky fAve. 1657. The
team was expected to finish
close to the top of their division,
but as usual got off to a slow start
and improved greatly as the sea-
son progressed. Also contribut-
ing to the teams success was ju-
nior Tony Franco fAve. 1557, and
sophomore Alan Jackson CAve.
1607, who will be next years top
Back: Tony Franco, Ken Perez,
Boris Skrepek Front: Greg Vau-
trin, Chet Chicosky, Mark
Schussler Missing: Stuart Fales,
Alan Jackson, Chris Petrella
Junior-senior Division "MOTHER PUCKERSH F'eSiiman'S0Pii0m0fe Division "BF'efS"
CTom Tursi, Brian Griffinl Rob Babich, Terrance Back: Chris Johansen, Nicki Arrigan, Alan Jackson Front:
Broker Front: Don Tag, Mike McCarthy, Al Marra Kevin Falk, Derek Irwin, Donald Brennan Missing: George
Missing: Jamie Thompson Shidlovsky
Girls Division "BANANAS"
Karen Wenz Mo Brady Colleen McDonald Laura Carmody Ellen McCarthy Beth Vetter
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Quillan, John Culkin, Bill Mc Conville, Jimmy Johnson, Jimmy Covino, Vinny Mastrotta, Coach Carmen
The Varsity team expects to finish 3rd in their division
with a record of 11-7. Captain Ed Fleiger leads the team
as highest scorer. The other seniors are Andy Osman,
John Polgrean, John Culkin, Jim Johnson, and Joe
Ciampi. The remaining five juniors include starting play-
ers Jimmy Covino and Vinnie Mastrata. The team
placed 2nd in the Hicksville Christmas Tournament. Ed
Fieiger made All-Tournament. The team had super sup-
port from all their fans. It was a good season for all.
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Mara Schiener, Linda Pansella, Aimee Coffey, Karen Corozzo, Jane Sobotta Front Lisa Howe Chris Szarka Karen
Szarka, Jennifer Wade, Melissa Carmichael Missing: Lisa Robinson
The team was led by a new coach this year, Jill
Mc Cormick. They finished second in their divi-
sion with a record of 6-1. The team has quali-
fied for Counties for the fourth year in a row.
Many of the girls will also qualify for individual
counties. The Seniors consist of captain Beth
Roesch competing all aroundg captain Laura
Carmody all aroundg Lisa Robinson all around,
Sue Matwell on vault, bars, floorg Lisa Howe on
vault, bars beam, floorg Leslie Rosenberg on
beam, floor, and Karen Corozzo on vault, beam
and floor. The team also competed at an up-
state New York invitational meet. lt was an in-
dustrious and fun season for all. Many under-
classmen had the opportunity to work a routine
and the seniors wish the team best of luck for
next year. "Celebrate!"
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Back: Tom Grabher, Charlie Corsitto, Keith Cartagine, Rick Pisciotta, Dino Dirienzo, Tim Mc Gill, David Carbon-
ara, Middle: Jimmy Cosgrove, Tony Leggio, Billy Warden, Brian Griffin, Mike Remy, Derek Irwin, Dave Johansen,
Front: Eric Knochenhauer, Joe Leggio, Jimmy Culkin, Kieran Gibbons, Mike Mc Carthy, Drew Olsen, N. Giaviano
Missing: Dennis Werner, Bob Miller
Wrestling is a struggle between men trying to obtain the ideal position. At North
Shore it is more than just a struggle, it is an experience which envelopes ones mind
and body. Under the expert supervision of Coach Gary Ventigmillia, the North Shore
Wrestling squad has produced an impressive record. We owe this record to the
mental toughness of several of our wrestlers whose unforgiving efforts were an
essential part of several matches. This mental toughness was a guiding light
through a fog of injury and sickness.
The 1980-1981 team was led by seniors David Johansen and Charlie Corsitto.
The younger members of the Varsity Squad have put on impressive performances
also and should lead the team to another successful season next year.
The Viking Wrestlers finished second in the divisional race to arch rival Locust
Valley, 22-21. It was a highly competitive match wrestled before a crowd of 1,000
people. We owe great thanks to our fans, your support was SUPER.
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Back: Linda Burke, Amy Gunter, Karen Kilkenny, Elaine Piaseczny, Holly Gehrhardt,
"Slimes" Middle: Claire Henry, Bella Totino, Mo Brady, "O.E.", Karen Wenz, Robin
Guides, Beth Lynch Front: Sue Painter, Diedre Winston, Melissa Barr, Colleen
McDonald, Jill Rosenthal, Brenda Rotola
Last year the softball team was
division and conference champs,
and entered the county playoffs.
This year they will be contenders for
the county championship. They are
returning with seven starting sen-
iors. Their pitching staff, Mary Vol-
koff, Ellen Moran, and Sue Sokolski,
is one of the most experienced in
the county. The team is looking for-
ward to a successful season.
Back: Simone Pavilides, Gia Curiale, Denise O'Hara Front:
Back: Terrance Broker, Brian Griffin Front: Ray Beno, Ana DaSilva, Liz Bonham, Amanda Malloy, Francine Halo
Shawn Davis, Dan Schierhorst, John Hinde Missing: Cheryl Hall
Mary Ann Woolston, Gia Curiale, Maureen Brady, Colleen Mc Donald, Karen Wenz, Bella Totino, Jill
Rosenthal, Stephanie Regan, Claire Henry
The North Shore Girls Basketball team will fin-
ish it's season with a 500 league record. Led in
scoring by point, guard Maureen Brady and ju-
nior Mary Ann Woolston, the team won 9 out of
their 16 games overall. Though the girls lacked
height, they made up for it with a quick and
strong defensive team. Seniors on the team are
Captains Maureen Brady and Karen Wenz,
Claire Henry, Colleen Mc Donald and Jill Flo-
senthal. The team plans on entering the Nassau
County playoffs and will probably do very well.
Top Row: Adam Demitri, Tom Reiger, Roger Paradiso, Tom Lumi, Chris Scott, Derek Irwin, John Maguire, Ricky
Doxey, Trevor Wisdom, Next Row: Chris Cruz, Alen Jackson, Billy Mc Conville, Tony Russo, Peter Von S, Brian
Wargin, Perry Kleeman Next Row: Tony Curiale, Jim Covino, Rob Babich, Don Tag, Ricardo Gomez, Ken Dailey, John
Doherty, Jamie Thompson Bottom Row: Coach Aires, Maryanne Manning, Tom Bruno, Kevin O'Brien, Joe Ciampi,
Donna Winston, Coach Metzger.
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young team. The nucleus beginsfwith a lefty pitcher who should be the 411
starter. Kevin also hasfa strong arm in two year senior veteran Joe Clamp: who plays a
strongidefense attshortstop, anglshould Joe Honorabiefldlention All-League lastyear
and hopes to aohiievetmore tnsisiliyear. Thethtird is sweiiiibrsiveteran Ed solid outfield
year. Ed may move into third base this year, but wherever he plays he is looking to a good seasonfjiourth
comes senior veteran Tom Bruno. Tom played a strong outfield last year. Finally there is a returning junior veteran Jim
Covino. Jim did very well offensively and at second base last year, andgggeven made All-Leagueias a sophomore, .Jim
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out the team this year. Mr. Megggger does a finsgijob of suppilying the varsity with well prepared ball players and this
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preetilgisous candidates for pitcher are Juniors iiis andflgeorge
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If you play it, it's recreation.
If you work at it, it's goIf!"
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Brennan, Nicki Arrigan
Back: Ron Paradiso, Jeff Telvi, Middle: Dy-
Ian Samuels, Romas Vaitkus, Matt Miksic
Front: David Carbonara, Andy Grimes
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The Key Club is a service organization. Students
who are members of the club volunteer their services
to various community organizations. They contribute
their time and effort to groups who request their as-
sistance. These groups are often engaged in charita-
The local Kiwanis Club spencers the Key Club.
This organization provides financial support and en-
couragement forthe students.
Officers for 1980-81 are:
Peggy Frank, Presidentg Allison Linneman, Vice-
Presidentg Karen Truss, Treasurerg Kelly Costello
Mu Alpha Theta, a society for mathematicians, is involved in
secret goins-on all year. There is no prescribed ritual to perform in
order to be admitted into the clubg the members must have an
interest in mathematics. Among the clubs major activities are a
tutoring program for students and lecture series.
MU ALPHA THETA
This year the American Field Service has chosen Junior, Julie Dowden as the North Shore representative for
foreign exchange. This previous summer Senior, Linda Hall was our A.F.S. representative to Italy.
The members of the club are usually found selling bagels on Wednesdays or making arrangements for North Shore
students to travel abroad to gain new educational experiences.
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The F.H.A. is a reactivated club of students who
are interested in the various aspects of food and
nutrition. Activities the club looks forward to are,
Food Day, with the G.O., and a school-wide bake
off in the Spring. The club also has guest speak-
ers on the subjects of health foods, world hunger,
child abuse and drug related issues. The clubs
officers, President, Maria Tiberio, Vice-President,
Angela Lostritto, Treasurer, Susan Kundler, Re-
cording Secretary, Michelle Mueller, Correspond-
ing Secretary, Nancy Schatzle, and the standing
committee, Robin Guides and Sue Pagano.
The North Shore High School Lat-
in Club is an open to students who
are presently studying Latin and to
those who have studied Latin in the
The Latin Club holds its meetings
on a monthly basis and in addition to
these monthly meetings, there is a
special Saturnalia party in Decem-
ber and a Roman banquet that is
held in the Spring. The objectives of
the club are to provide opportunities
for students to increase their under-
standing ofthe contributions and in-
fluence ofthe Romans.
Making a strong comeback this
year, led by officersg President, Liz
Benchimol, Vice-President, Debbie
Hodes, Secretary, Allison Viscosi,
and Treasurer Karen Handmark, the
Spanish Club has been making big
plans. They are selling hot pretzels
to pay for trips to watch Jai-Lai, a
Broadway show, visit local Spanish
restuarants, and get Spanish T-
shirts for the Club.
The Ski Club is a
"cool" bunch of North
Shore students who love
to ski the snowy moun-
tains on a bright day.
This year the club is
once again off to the
slopes of Stratton, Berk-
shire-East, and others.
The Ski Club also has an
outing to the beautiful
Austrian Alps. The club
is always open to new
members, beginners or
pros. The Viking Schuss-
boomers are out to have
a snow BLAST!!
The Leaders Club is a
group of female athletes
of North Shore High
School. They support
the advancement of
women's athletics. The
club helps out in intramu-
ral, gym classes and in
any way they can be
helpful to the school and
to the community. The
function at the end of the
year that the club looks
forward to is a camping
trip that exposes them to
new experiences. The
club expands each year
when new members try
out for the club by dem-
onstrating some athletic
skill that can benefit oth-
Dedicated to school spir-
it, the Pep Club, sponsors
the Annuak Homecoming
Dance in the Fall. For the
Spring Pep Rally a float
dedicated to Viking Power
will be paraded through the
gym with awards given out
to the most spirited stu-
dent. The group will do
fund-raising throughout the
year in order to go on an
end of school year trip. The
officers are: Representa-
tives, Mary Ellen Junge, El-
len Sweeney, Kathy Ferro,
Secretary, Laureen Mad-
dock, and treasurer, Faith
VIKING PEP CLUB
Under advisor Mr. Melillo iPhys Ed.l the Varsity Club was reintroduced into North Shore High after a six year layoff.
The officers are President, Andy Osman, Vice-President, Maryanne Manning, Secretary, John Culkin, and Treasurer,
Laura Carmody. The club is open to all Varsity athletes who obtain a Varsity letter in any sport. This was a successful
first year for the club whereas they helped to sponsor the Homecoming Party, ran a toy drive for St. Christopher's for
Christmas, and have become more active in the school and outside community.
NORTH SHORE SCHOOL SPIRIT IS BACK!!!!
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The National Honor Society chapter
at North Shore High School is the Pro-
methean Chapter. Students are select-
ed for membership in the Honor Soci-
ety on the basis of Academics, Ser-
vice, Character and Leadership. Once
the Academic requirements have been
fulfilled, a Faculty Council selects stu-
dents on their qualifications in the re-
maining three areas.
The Honor Society assists other stu-
dents inthe high school by providing a
tutoring service. At the request of a
teacher or guidance counselor, a stu-
dent is offered the services of a stu-
dent tutor. Honor Society members
spend at least one hour a week during
the first nine weeks of each quarter
helping their fellow students.
New students are inducted into the
Honor Society at a Dinner given for
these new members and their parents
by senior members. Each year, two
candidates from the chapter are se-
lected by the members as candidates
for the National Honor Society Schol-
Officers for 1980-1981 are: Anne
Dowden, Presidentg Beth Roesch,
Vice-Presidentg Andre Loreck, Trea-
surerg Taka Endo, Secretary.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
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President Chris McGuire
Vice-President Mimi Bock
G.O. is a organization for students interested in their role in the decision-making process of their school. This year
the G.O. has tried to establish themselves as an intergral part of the 'chair of command' ofthe high school. The G.O.
was given the privilege to speak to the Board of Education during Board meeting this year. The G.O. also ran
traditional programs of Adopt-a-Family, at Christmas, Senior Citizens Day, and a Battle of the Bands Dance.
,fomf Secretary Amy Flosta and Treasurer Jill Matteo
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Board Representative Eileen Smythe
washed up. SPLASH!!!
The North Shore Scuba Club is a wet bunch of kids
but, to say the least they are far from being all
This year the Biology
Club has planned activi-
ties that include, guest
speakers, a film pro-
gram, field trips and mini
courses. The mini
courses concept is an
elective program that,
this year, will offer certi-
fication in C.P.R. rescue
and Red Cross first aid.
The officers of the club
areg President, Robin
dent, Lisa lvanov, Trea-
surer, Paul Pietrow, and
Secretary, Beth Berliner.
The club is under the di-
rection of advisor Gary
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The Photography Chnm whose ohh
cers areg President, Mike Chou, Vice-
President, Laura Carmody, Secretary
Frank Kopyta and Treasuren Stanley
Yoniack. The club conducts courses in
basm and advanced Mack and whhe
photography, as well as color. The are
msc specmhzed sesmonsin ponrai
ture, candids, pnnbtouchup, and
mounting. The club meets on the first
Friday of every month, and new mem-
bers are always welcome.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS
At the start of this school year the
new Junior Class Officers along with
the Junior Class began to make plans
for our up coming year. Our first goal
has been raising funds. We have al-
ready sold such things as chocolate
and candy canes with very prosper-
ous results. In continuing with our fund
raising we have many new ideas for
the months ahead. included in our
plans are a paper drive, a fair tinclud-
ing games and the sale of various
foods and miscellaneous items at a
white elephant tablet and perhaps a
car wash. Our major event this year is
either a prom or a class trip. We are
leaning towards a class trip, and if so
the places we have in mind are of the
followingg Vernon Valley, Hershey
Park, a Dude Ranch, and Great Adven-
ture. At the culmination of this year we
will select a member of our class to
write a song to be dedicated to the
senior class, during the moving up day
ceremonies. Hopefully next year we
will carry out plans for our senior play.
We have had a good Junior year so
far, and we hope to continue in a pros-
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
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This year's Sophomore Class has made many contribu-
tions to the school. We have donated money to the adopt-a-
family and the class would also like to begin a scholarship
fund in the memory of Karen Pollack. We had a Sophomore
Class Dance in February that was a great success. We are
planning a trip to Great Adventure for our final activity as
Juniors: Lisa Perfumo in
Seniors: Karen Wenz and and Mike Abbondon-
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The Concert Band rehearses five days a week during 5th period. Several performances are given during the
year including the Holiday concert, the Elementary concert, and the Spring concert. The 1980-81 Band officers
are: President - Jane Nelson, Secretary - Karen Leden, Treasurer - Janet Breen, Uniform Manager - Andy
Kaufman, Frank Koypta, Eric Knochenhauer, Librarians - Terri Vogt, Allison Linneman, and John Messer.
The Marching Band is part of the total varsity band program and rehearses after school during football
season. Performances are given at North Shore's home football games and at Newsday's annual Long
Island Marching Band Festival at Hofstra University Stadium. ln the spring the band performs in the Memorial
Day parade. The band is led on the field by Drum Major Peggy Lenz.
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This yearthe flag squad was led by Capt. Wendy Hall.
The Flag squad performs with Marching Band during
halftime at all home football games. This year the Ma-
jorettes joined the squad to help perform the Harlem
Globe Trotters warm-up song "Sweet Georgia Brown".
They also attended the Marching Band Festival at Hof-
After many hours of practicing their hard work paid
off shown by the applause from the crowd.
We would like to thank Mrs. Bizler, our advisor for all
her help and time. The captains of the flag squad next
year will be Linda Scott and Ellen Schneider.
by captain, Taka Endo. They per-
form with the Marching Band during
halftime at home football games.
They perform routines which they
themselves have created. The long
hours of practice pay off by the ap-
plause they receive from the crowd
during the show.
The North Shore High School Orchestra is primarily concerned with
preparation and performance of serious symphonic literature. The thirty- E
tive members of this orchestra include some of the most outstanding high ijL-
school musicians in the state. From this orchestra are drawn the perform-
ers for the music comedy and the chamber orchestra.
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The students chosen for all county and all state, are extremely talent
ed musically, and deserve the award of which they have received.
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The Varsity Chorus is made up of 70 very
dedicated and talented singers who give up
half their lunch period to sing. With only 23
minutes to rehearse, this fine choir will sing
three school concerts during the year, as
well as performing Handel's "Messiah" in
December. The choral season ends with the
very popular "Evening of Musical Theatre",
which culminates a year of hard work and
Alto and Brass Section
Junior Varsity Chorus
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Every good choir has a fine training choir
to back it up. These 40 or so, dedicated
Freshmen provide the talent for the "first
String" choirs. During the first half of their
lunch hour, they learn voice-building,
breath control, sight-reading, as well as
learning cooperation in a large group en-
semble. They perform in two major con-
certs forthe school and community.
Every Thursday afternoon, a piece
of history is recreated. The Madrigal
Ensemble singers recreate the music
of the Renaissance - the music of
Shakespeare's time. The Madrigals
which sing of the joy and love of the
time. The Ensemble performs for two
school concerts, in addition to outside
The Hoarse Norsemen are a musical
tradition at North Shore. Twenty talent-
ed young men raise their voices in
song for school and community alike.
This March the Norsemen were hon-
ored to be asked to perform at the Mu-
sic Educator's All Eastern convention
at the Concord Hotel in Kiamesha
Lake. This was truly an outstanding
year for the Norsemen! -
A group of thirty lovely and talented
women whose singing is second to
none! This is a finely tuned instrument
which performs the most lofty and sub-
lime music ever written.
DO MI SOLS
During the first half of
6th period, these 50 en-
ergetic and musically
talented girls make musi-
cal excitement happen!
Their exhuberant singing
fills the hallways with
folk songs, showtunes,
and all great music. They
perform two major con-
certs a year for the
school and the communi-
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Viking Masquersit is the theatre
group of North Shore. Each year the
Viking Masquers cope with long re-
hearsal hours and lower grades to pro-
vide the North Shore Community with
quality theatre. This year under the di-
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LIGHT AND SOUND CREW
The Light and Sound Crew consists of
students who are interested in learning
the technical aspects of lighting and the
workings of various sound equipment.
They gain experience in the lighting var-
ious school functions as well as other out-
side activities. These members put in
long hours of work to accomplish the ef-
fects needed to run various activities suc-
cessfully. It is run by Crew Chief David
Melnik, and under the supervision of Mr.
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ADVISOR: EILEEN HIGGINS
EDITOR IN CHIEF: EVE' VOEGELI
UNDERCLASSMEN: DEBBIE HODES
FACULTY: MAUREEN GRAU
SPORTS: LAURA CARMODY
SENIORS: SUE SOKOLSKI
ART: MAUREEN STANTON
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to the people
Staff, put this
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the hard gether.
Special Thanks to
Bob Gerver, for his
photography and spe-
cial Beatle page.
Let's just say I was testing the
bounds of reality. I was curious to
see what would happen. That's all it
was: just curiosity.
The Business Staff,
records for the Yearbook.
Look at all the fantastic
ads, at the end of the book
which they have sold.
Vi ing View for the last two years has been awarded Best inthe State by the Empire
State School Press Association is North Shore s school newspaper. This year's senior
editors were Linda Hail and Mike Chou assisted by Andy Kim and Dan Oran.
VIKING VIEW BUSINESS STAFF
The Viking View Busi-
ness Staff is the unseen
power behind the paper.
They are responsible for
the paper getting to the stu-
dents of North Shore High
School. The Staff is ad-
vised by Mrs. Anderson and
is managed by Peter Kyvia-
kidis and assistant man-
aged by Mike Wohlers.
Exploring is the act of searching through or into. Explorer Post 1-1563 searches through thick swamps and acres of
poison ivy to find an ideal campsite. We don't mind carrying heavy packs upon our backs, because we enjoy the
adventure of exploring. The experience of being outdoors and enjoying nature brings us together more than friends,
we are brothers and sisters working as a family and having fun. Join us and learn new things whether indoor or
outdoor. The opportunities available to you are unlimited. Exploring will broaden your horizons while making you a
President, Kieran Gibbons
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When we first entered North Shore High School, we were frightened and only saw
before us four long years of schooling. Now, as we say goodbye to North Shore, we
realize that any hardships we experienced during those years were lessons because we
shared them and supported each other. Now, as we sit back watching our last year go by,
we suddenly cherish all those precious memories and feel a great sorrow in putting it all
behind us. As we go our own way, let us always retain the long-lasting memories ofthe
Class of 1981.
To each of you, I, along with the other officers, wish you good luck and success in all
Senior Class President
Jennifer Dawson, Secre-
tary, Laurie Manzione,
President, Maryanne Man-
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IN LOVING MEMCRY 0F
At a time like this l think we all ask ourselves "Why him?" or "What is God
doing up there if he is taking all of the good people from us'?" This is one question
that will always remain unanswered. I don't ever think Mike could answer that
Mike was Finally getting himself together. He had his parents, sisters, brother,
Karen, and myself and many others at the same time.
His Favorite saying was "Its always darkest before the dawn". I think he Found
I was his closest Friend and I would like to say. . .Even when we were Fighting,
our relationship was better than any I could ask for.
He spoke so highly of parents. His Father, the brightest man he had ever met.
His mother, who had really meant so much to him. His little brother, Tim, the
wrestler, and a tough Kid. His sister, Jane, who also meant so much. His little
sister Patty, Mike's pride and joy.
He was and always will be so proud of his Family. I know that everyone that
ever met Mike will always have a little piece of him in their heart.
"I have made my point as well as I can, even though I haven't come near to
saying what I really Feel.
He was everything anyone could ask for and still a little bit of himself.
I Loved him so much!
- Chet Chicosky -
IN LCVING MEMORY 0F
We all loved her,
She had everything and was everything that anyone would ever want her to be.
"Material things didn't make a difference to her, she only valued love and
friendship." To her a friend meant more than anything else. To know that people
cared a lot about her and know that she could trust people and they trusted her
Karen was happy and everyone around her knew it. Karen had her own defini-
tion of LIFE. lt was to make and keep friends, to set goals and fulfill them. I knew
Karen the best of anyone, and when she put her mind to something she could
accomplish most anything.
She was intelligent, athletic, talented, compassionate, understanding, humor-
ous, a true friend and more. She was somebody VERY SPECIAL. Karen was
everything you needed her to be.
Karen was very proud of her family and spoke very highly of them all. She
would always tell me how proud she was of her mother and father, and how her
father would want to give her anything she wanted, but Karen was too unselfish to
ask. Karen was very proud of her sister Melissa. She always would laugh with
her, and say how funny and cute Missy was, and how always no matter what their
relationship was at the time, Missy would stick up for Karen, just as she would
Karen's family always made sure Karen was provided with the
very best. Even though some of us have never met Karen's
family we feel like we've known them forever, just the way she
spoke of them.
Karen was very happy. One person who always made her
laugh was Mike. When they were together everyone realized
how much they loved each other, which in turn made everyone
around them happy.
Karen was very talented in everything she did. One thing she
excelled in was gymnastics. She loved gymnastics and worked
hard at it. When she was a freshman she was on the Varsity
Gymnastics team. She won an award for the 'most improved'! As
l said before when Karen put her mind to something, she would
accomplish most anything.
Even though she is no longer here, a big part of her, such as
her advice , Smile, Laugh, the great times we shared, and most
of all her LOVE, will remain within me FOREVER,
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Love You. Lil' Poop - l'll love you always. Thanx
Mom and Dad.
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0232 6884 973 . . . The ULTIMATE CONSTITU-
ENT OF MATTER IS PURE GEOMETRICAL
The Hot, Summer '79 81 'BO with K.C., KM, DK, MC.
Garvies, Skiing Stratton with "The Keg"!Pi runs,
CAMARO, Honus and Dead Concerts'He's Gone
"W" 81 Everywhere but here CN.S.J, Prible:
"Are you kidding?", Life begins when school enc
- 1!81! Barb, some people hold special meaning
Thanksl Just ride like the wind . . .
Doug - LML, C.P.C.W. T+CC What a mixupl W.T
CHARGER "69". G.A. "78". S.Ts. at S.C. Bl 1011
sailing on that special Sunday. Luv her loreve
Good Friends: S.F. "ALICIA"
INO 4130 Football? Lacrosse?? What's UP. 4WD
Everywhere you go you'll see them Searching
5's and CDB Grey Ghost XXX The Fairway KEGS.
ID 79 "sick" The Boys Southbound DWIF. Mac's
l - beginning . . . SCRAM
Fish . . .Soccer 1118 Hofstra, Cruisin in the Shaft
Mobile, New Years Eve '79, NFC? - "Get the
Schwantz," Checkmate, Watch your mouthl Talking
'bout Babshaft. Will always remember Lana C51161
. . .Everywhere you look you'll Feeltheir pain . . .
Everyone is searching For the answer . . . we'll
Come On, My Friend,
Love will Find us in the end ...
JESSICA SUE BALABAN ALFRED BARBIERI
practical princess!" 'ILMTMJABF' Bambi-Boo, Will always remember good times at King with
tes and 45OSL's for me and Selml Skating and RE, MB, ED, KP, RS, KL. Will remember early
ron, 2115179, 212918O, 912718O, 1118180 mornings in cafeteria with CS, CC, JZ, FP, EW.
, LK, WK, SV, LF, T.F.F.' MY "little sis," I love Seen in Monte Carlo
Mom and Ed!!!l
"The pain of leaving those you grow to love is
only the prelude to an understanding of yourself
and others" Special times with Special friends
"The place of the dance is within the heart."
"Hi Jahhh!" "Green M8iM's" LML "Smiles, Friend-
ly" - JHDH DDTE ETEB KTJB SSCP PPPT LWCW
KMBM AMCLRG - Friends foreverlll
. x 5 .
TOM BLACHARSKI .Q
"Ski", will always remember - "The Birthday
Keg!" BEER Runs with me chevy pick'up. "OUT- SANDRA BLASUCC'
LAWS 11l7!8O" Halloween of 80, "atomic l H , ,HC G dt, .th
pumpkin'-Later North Shore. Latetalkswith Little Di osmo, oo imeswi
CRE., D.M., H.W., C.A'sJ 'NON-STOP-BUSTING'
Time makes you bolder. . .G.C. Summer nites "until
the morning comes." SNSS H12 Thanx Mom, Bill,
Bellio, good times cruisin' in the skybile, Michelol
budweiser. Roy Flats 8i Jones Beach. Allman Bros
Skynyrd. Wasting Gates. Kegs in the luv. Sou
bound. Parties in the dungeon. M.F.P.
NO MATTER WHAT WE DO TlME PASSES BYQ
for those who have loved it leaves a stree
memories that are as warm as sweet summer
Jamacia 8- Gin. Beth, Janan, Sam, Doc, Ft.B
Chris, Beth, Lindsay. G.O. years.
m free I'm free,
,nd freedom tastes of reality
,nd I'm waiting for you to follow me.
Bruno 822 Football, Baseball. Charlie
JOHN BRALA Daniels Concert, Partying, Basketball games
I y and The Boys, Ronny and Laura. Summer of BOll
'e Seen al' 900d,Pe0P'e 'Um me" Head S Each afzsfao All Nighters!! Midnight Sailing. 'win ai-
ay so satisfies I m on my way! Yes tours. 78 8. ways be found with Mary Ellen..
9. Lisa will never be forgotten . . . N.S.Y.S. Let
le Snow Fall. ZAPPA. W.H.B.ll - HEAD -
1113 MoMo FHBBSE Thanks Coaches ESG - But
that's O.K. Pb, Niagara "I remember Every-
thing!" CMS 16 The Girls Fire Island '79 - Do it
Again! Vanilla with Strawberries, Bananas! "We Are
We are children of the world Watching every day
go by Changes my life, changes your life Keeps
us all anticipating. BEE GEES
9-12-79, SCD'8O CWEM RLBM JPAL FNGM
ECJB. Thanks Doc! Bren! Jim! Donnal Phill
Big AL ... Sgt. PRS ... "Hey Joe where did I
park my truck" . . . Senior Clip Day '78, '79, '80
...A.B.B. - '79, M.T.B. - '79, C.D.B. - '80.
Summer '78 . . . "Special friends will always be
remembered." "Hackieness", "Skiing., Four
Wheelin' " . . . "lt's Been a Long, Hard Ride". ..
Thanks Mom + Dad . .. l'M GONE BYE, BYE
Summer '79g '80 DOO DAH! SCD '80 'JBDP GJJB
CEAF RD' Southbound Remember 9-12-79
To the Class of 1981:
Yesterday is history
Who knows what there is gonna be
When we meet again.
"The Tree People" 111
Thanx Liz -
VP, JG, CJQ always special -
M with the M's -
Florida 1981 -
JANE M. CAIRNS
BOZO, ALWAYS SEEN WITH WO 81 RED!
SHUBIE "LOVE THOSE HORNS" CORNELL '79,
28!8O - Pi-LON LAURA 8 JANE HOUR
CARLIN, FTD 11:11 BEATLEMANIA - DO
WENDY'S CHENGLISH STAGEBAND. PEI I
lggy Microbus Memories, There's NOTHING like a
fad concert, Drake's Cakes with someone VERY
iecial, One more saturday night, J.S., R.A., D.K.,
V., R.P., K.C., We love you Michael, fly free
I have been "enlightened" to such an extent at
this institution, that I have failed to come up with
the appropriate B.S. necessary to comply with
EDDY J. CAPOBIANCO
SOCCER 116, BB - You bet! ROW - ROB, the Big
H - Why not?! COMES A TIME. TRUUUE. A.G. and
Pong. NORTHSTARS. DASSIT!! REMEMBER M.M.
'Sue - yo te u besk always' The Last Resort Kiss
it Goodbye . ..
Tis but kindergarten
317 Field Hockey County Champs, gymnastics,
MuDD, Special talks with S.A., FIRE ISLAND '79
. . . Do It Again! HBS in Florida with C.M. - TFF
TMaD, 8. Thanks to my adopted family memories
of M.M. "We are Family" BF!3 "To sing the
blues, you've got to live the dues - And Carry
Chet-A-Wee, C.C.C.P., The Wanderers, Cruisin,
Thanx Joe, Denny, Bino, Mal, Clutch, Vin, and
JoAnn! - Aimee understanding, special!!! VIK
- ILYISMW, TY!! Memories of Mike iRevI: Ti!!
we meet again!. - IT'S ALWAYS DARKEST BE-
FORE THE DAWN -
Will always remember the guys KIPJ Thanks for
starting my year KR'1l1!8O' Just you and me
. . . Karen CLTBJ Kltalyb Beep!
THANKS MOM, THANKS DAD, TO MIKE, WITH
LOVE. TO MY NEW FRIENDS, C.L., L.K., S.V., E.L.
TO A.G., THANKS FOR EVERYTHING." TO
GRANDMA, WITH ALL MY LOVE
The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
- Robert Frost
"Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
Great times with Sue MBF QH.B.S.J The Girls, J
"Pal," Chet! Homecoming '78m. 'D.J. "More tha
can say."' 4-19-80 Jr. Prom - Special Memori
Michael. Fire Island '79. "We Are Family." BF!
RANDALL S. COE III
ve got to getaway from the fakers who try so hard
o please. I've got lo GETAWAY from here. Love
llways. . . MOM, J.B., T.P., G.S., S.R., And C.D. Ken
'BDkLLPS - ALE MM+MG 'S.Y.I.C. 1C-28 'rah-
rahs captain D+K:1 'S.I. w!D, 'Hofstra Iav. w!L,
'M.V.D. wfblue lips 'Spain '79 'Austria '81 '9! 141
79 Chris Kv.s.pJ "I've loved these days."
- To always be happy.
To always keep the friends I have, and to never
have too many of them. See ya . . . around.
Thanks MOM 8- DAD
Big Mel! Lax KMohawk '81 7773 Hoops, 3B's and
AOBTB! E.J. All day! Flow 62. Ashtray+Console.
Let's do the Locomotion! Th.M. Explain it. Don't wor-
ry about it.
"Mary" Thanks to D.F. 8- T.K. LOVE Those Pumas
and Love that Flaquetball. Good luck - D.W. G.J.
Especially Cappaclummo. Love ya Blue. Do it ls-
Meet Me At The Crossroads
The Edge Of Town
Jus! You And I, And The Evening Sky
Magic ls Rising, Sun ls Shining
I Know lt's Time For Me To Go
Good Times, Good People
SR, TD, WP, SK, KF, DC, BM, WHB
Onward Through The Snow
STELLA DA SlLVA
113 . . . Tennis on Wednesday -- "Parking" 5!1C
77. . . "King Of The Hill" "Liz And Jane" - Summ
of '80 . . . Right Through Doorsl Keep Trying A.ll
. . . Always Remember PL, SH, AW, LB, DH.
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SUSAN DAUGELLI Va , xx ,W Q wh g .ii
'Volleyball' 310' Cheerleading' Tennis' Spe- it S S A if Then Should YOU be
cial Friends And Great Times JoAnn, CMBFD AVS? Q, i 3, A ,, it MUSICSII
CH.B.S.l Eddy, "There-'ll Never Be Another You." if Q ' ' ' ll 3- 5 for you are governed by
KYTUB7 The Girls "We Are The Family" Fire ls- fa Q i i Humor.
land 79. BFf3 mm y T, f jp W , , .
A ' ' ' " A ge' A? i ' L A , ' Where be your songs and jokes now? Your flas
Q ,ga Q ' ' of merriment that set the table on a roar?
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place, Anywhere . . . Are You Experienced?
Have You Ever Been Experienced? Well - I
Have . . . Summer Boogies? My House . . . USQ
JSg SK CBreathJ 6!28!8O . . . I'm Free...
Cath. Shawn's Rainbow 5!23!8O Blue Sky. Sen-
ior Prom 80-81 Thanks for the good times DJ,
C+C Special Friends and single weekends will
always be remembered. We Made lt! Keep Smil-
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EDWARD DE GRAFF
Desire nothing except desirelessness Hope for
nothing except to Rise above all hopes Want noth-
ing and you will have everything
9 s 1-if I 1, l X
ANNE R. DOWDEN
Wonder on, till truth
make all things plain."
"POLISH POWER" HOCKEY 8 LIFTING, "HELL
RAISIN", L.V. "SOUTHBOUND PSYCHOPATHH
"THE END" 'S.V.A.V.S 'ITS A LONG ROAD AND
A LITTLE WHEEL AND IT TAKES A LOT OF
TURNS TO GET THERE - C.D. 74' -
Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall
All you have to do is call
And l'II be there
You've got a friend - -
- Carole King -
Love always - - Eddie 8l27!80
Thanks mom, dad, friends
1120 Football. What happened? lacrosse is '
ful!! "Iran out of gas again." "Where's Betty? I
way Parties and MUD 79" Rhino. Goober. '
Stuie, DWIF, l'm gonna miss it.
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I'm as Free as a bird, and this bird you'II never
hange . . .Won't you Fly High oh FREEBIRD, Yeal"
l+D, WHB, WP, SFI
ove when you can
iry when you have to . . .
Ie who you must
'hat's a part of the plan
wait your arrival
Vith simple survival
.nd one day we'Il all understand . . .
What's up!!! The way I figure it. - Lets tie one on -
ICB's - The Fairway - Thanks Mac, "Keep the
faith" - What do ya mean - "ION" - MUD '79,
wino - good tunes -
LORETTA M. GAVIN
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Good ole times with the white Bird. . .The gang
is always with you . . . Great Friends like A.P.,
A.S., J.P., RS, J.N ,... Dreams of a customized
truck . . . The slopes when it snows.
ROBIN LISA GERSHON
Try to find a way to make
All our little joys relate
Without that ever-present hate
Thanks for everything mom and dad.
Sometimes I lie awake at night and wonder
where my life will lead me. Waiting to pass under
sleeps dark and silent gate.
- Jackson Browne -
DL - 7!2O!8O, PP and LR - 3! 17180, MW -
10179 - 2!8O, 'KC
Lines on my head. Doors. S.T.H., Break on
through. Ramble on. Good Times with Good
Friends. - Morning brings another sun, Tomor-
row, See the things that never come, Today, lt's
Mare - "More Than a Feeling," Jones Beach 8- The
Virgin islands, Benehanna's 8 Jack-in-the-Box.
Frick Estate - w!SHDGBM. 'Can always be found
where there's a BLIZARD.' FRIENDS? WWYDTBY.
How time flies . ..
Best of luck 81 lots of love.
H15 - Football? Lacrosse, Grab-her!! Parties
and great times with the boys!! The third fairway
collecting for the keg. Busting on lon, Jimi
- don't chop wood. KAREN 11!1O!79
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it f- ...see
All round us stretches nothing, we move through
nothing. Nothing but nothing world without end. We
are self-guided, self-impelled and self-sustained.
CheerIeading!TFF, SYIC - IC28 "Hey DJ - On
The Radio," Anne. . .This one's for you!, The Beach
- T8tL, "D the BB's", Future Plans? Sailing
away with Glenn - 4!25!8O - "ln every change
comes a new promise."
Soccer- The Scoring Machine, North stars and
Horses . . . Catch a Loop? - Nah - Erom
Reebs, Pete Townshend!! . . . E.C. and Pong -
RANGERS: Cup by 200077 The Rink ..
Whammy baby, Row Rob . . . GOURDSII
LINDA MARIE HALL
Only those who dare. . . truly live. Mary, Laurie,
my friends - Thanks . . . Italia Summer '80 . .,
non capisco . .. oboeing . .. '3!6!8O' Vi-
king View . . . See ya'! Never stop asking why.
tto be continuedl
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' 'excuses" wishy-washy, bandcamp, on-
netes? Blondes Have More Fun, Corvettes, Hot-
N-Juicy, FLIFIT, "I'm not spoiled!" BAGGIES, S!
PDG, walking home, O-TAY, I love you anyway
. . . When you work you are a flute through whose
heart the whispering of the hours turns to music.
Which of you would be a reed, dumb and silent,
when all else sings together in Unison?
- KAHLIL GIBRAN
When you finally get attached to a place, and all it's
worth you have to leave thanks to my music, friends,
mom and dad, especially D.H. and M.O. Love ya
both! Fly proud Freebird your Free at lastl
Hey Ed! - Smack! "Hi J6riean,"LML - Green
M8lM's - Thanks "Mom 8 Dad" - WILXM -
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ETKTEBPPDB . . . Hey Snaps - oh no... W!RlA
- TC - 616180 - Harold 8. Herman - Farns-
worth 8l Fitzgerald
KARIN I. HANDMARK
A nine hour flight going to school Making the schee
ule SUSPENSION? DEFICIENCY? NOWALKII
GINTHEHALLS? NOTAPERECORDERS? A ter I
year Sarskilt tack till familjen Siewert
1125 - MEMORIES SOCCER
SOFTBALL . . . SUMMERS IN EAST HAMPTON
SUMMER 'BO - LOVE YA RICH: YOU'RE ONE
MILLION GOOD TIMES, GOOD FRIENDS
ALL WHO CARED WILL NEVER BE r-UHGUI
JAMES E. HENRY Ill
iccer 1325 Big Throwin - Gymnastics - wake me
len I graduate Summertime - Truckin' - 69
JMF - Snakes Sr!Jr, Hay Dude 5Os!6Os music
Memories w!Janine 5!4!79 I think I can
'you've been GREAT Mom 8 Dad
MARY CATHERINE JELTSCH
D, L'ogla-orch, masquers, cast-parties, Fltwd
ncert, HOCKEY Cflame-gameb, 31 lab-partner,
ogie -I- Craiggie, Kiss, G.S. camp, long . . . long
ks wllaurie, Tina, Linda. Special teachers' inspi-
ion. A.B.fM.V.!K.A.B.!M.A.T. Love ya, mom.
LISA M. HOWE
BDKLILPS - ALE, bye "D" rah-rahs, Nadia, 319
More than ever I'll wait for you there . . .Je t'aime -
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JoBe 6l8!79 - Tommy l'lI love you always -
MW, MK, TT - BS'n and Partying outback - LM
lots of memories - SK at DGDC - Pretzels -
A moment is temporary, but a memory lasts for-
ever - Boogalool!
Unpredictable - and definitely a "Country Girl."
Sunsets, Horses, and men. GT w!"L.R." - C+M,
M+M!BA will be remembered always. Thanx Mom
and Dad -
Nothing sweeter than a smile.
Bye . . .
You don't know my kind in your world. Piero, ti
voglio bene. 8!23!79
"Keg Killer" 1163 Football, Wrestling, l.C.B's,
Michelobs, 4w.d,, M.U.D. "79", - special deliv-
ery 10 Kegs - What's up son? Will always be
found with JoAnn, She will never be forgotten.
Viking Masquers! Crew!! LONDON, AUSTRIA!
Special friends F.G.L., L.A.L, D.E.B, W.D.M, P, J,
C, O.L, 2SS, M.K, W.B, B.M, M, M, 2 - T.L, D.K,
T.E, E,T, J.H, D.H, L.N, J.B, J.S, W.H. Je t'aime
mon Teddy bear!!!!
There's a calm at the eye
Of every storm,
There's a light in the depths
Of your darkness,
Let it shine
Oh, let it shine.
More than ever
l'll wait for you there . ..
Je T'aime - Lisa
Soccer - 15121 - Thunderfoot Don't worry, l'll pu
over Thanks to the people who touched into my life
Lover is a Friend Forever together Kris, "You go'
I dedicate this space to my bestest friend Wen:
who will always be my best friend no matter wher
am. Never forget gramps. Love Ya, MGD, your t
JWFMANN . . . Hey You. Radar, Human Bulldozer
age Band CThose rhythmic Fillsj. My Nose is
nat?!! Band Camp '79, '80. Picnic Baskets, Get off
I car or else Herricks and Percussion.
wdy, will always remember good and bad times
ent in his 442 "Let's go for it ace." Memorial Day
0. "Get a job"
Great to be back. Amex, "Thanks for the ride" Min-
iature golf, THAT NITE, Kenny's Tipperary Inn. Wai-
kiki, '76, are remembered. KKJS, PMMM, SR. JB, et
Lax '81 ii21'?'?? KAII the wayj Good times at
D.A.H.S.!!! Good times to come'??? Mohawk
'81'?'?? P.l.T.PIl GUSTOS G.P. - Amm-scrae
"I'm Searching for the Symbol of peace and jus-
tice, l'm Searching for the White Unicorn."
Q ef .
Will always remember good times, with good
friends. Partying with ABE KENT and the Dead.
Austria, Boo-ya! N.S.
The solt parade has now begun
Listen to the engines hum
People out to have some fun
A COBRA on my left
Leopard on my right . . .
Love Ya Mom!
Each man, unknowing, great,
Should frame life so that at
some future hour
Fact and his dreamings meet
'You will never be forgotten -
FRANK J. KOPYTA III
Band Camp, 08130180 - Killing Flies?'? FTD! Her-
ricks! I AM DEATH. DJD, Love Franck Friends: AK,
LM, JC, JB, JG, TK, JM. George Karlan, JD's B'day:
PiLons. Call me Fitz. Dangerfieldsl
Leslye - thanx, I love ya . . .
orth Shore Jokes, Hall Monitors, Fun, Work,
L, JA, TC, Great Teachers CFullerton, Matthews,
ucchessi, Graham, Starkb, and some not so great
nes. But most of all a good education.
ireat times with Great friends CRS, BJ, KC, TO, LM,
LKB and the Gang. Dunkin Donuts 6 A.M., M.D.W.
'retzels. Bara, what are you doing tonight? Always
e found with Bob.
Summer '79 - always sailing. 8!9!79 Junior
SCOTT KFHNKE year! 'SJ'JP'JL and Mary - "l'II miss you the
I l D most and l loved you the best." K.D. M.S.!J.G.
Good T'meS Wm' Good Fnends' 157 "' JBK Soda NZ-BOF. Trimbles! Live for now. Thanx Nora and
Man. Blue Fox. Friday night at Peppers. C1978- Charlie-
198Ol WXIICISXAXOXWXD Frank Zappa. 2000 ft.
Loves people, traveling, sports cars, and music. Al-
ways ready for PARTIES. Always remember great
times in Yugoslavia and here. "The secret of love is
in opening up your heart."
Through all my years after N.S., I'll never forget
JGSD JDLL SPWH DPDK MKCMBM and all my
love to Taka, Dave, Ed + Tricia, O-TAY
RANGERS, JACKSON BROWNE CONCERT,
Summer '80, The fence, Tappans, Can I drive?
The times we had that are no longer, Junior,
Senior Proms, Andrea, MMW, friends from G.C.
- Billy - B.D.11!12l8O
Viking Masquers 4183. Summer of '78. Honor Thespi-
an. Do Mi Sols, Madrigals, Band, Orchestra, To
All My Friends - I Luv Ya To Death!! "Call out
MY name ... You've a friend!! ID.P.J
Olympic Deck Hockey - "North Stars" 31 I wi
march in the "Soft Parde" while "Waiting for th
Sun" and the return of Jim Morrison and TH
A Genuine BF Band Fag Steve! Party at Peggy's
Band Camp '80 and Big Birtha! . . . Janet Threw UI
where?!?!?! PILE ON! "Only She who attempts thi
absurd can achieve the impossible!"
KYLE D. LEWIS
Iias Zombie Tin Man The Grateful Dead Good
imes with G.E. - moons Friends Forever - T.
opz, S.V., D.B., SKI H.K., J.M., J.B. What a long
lrange trip it has been. RISK
My life? Can't complain, Thanks Mom and Dad.
Good friends are forever. - D.T., S.Fl., K.F., Pete,
we'II go on forever! 7-6-78 No one could ever take
your place! Bye Mr. Grande. Thanks. Bye . . .
ANDRE J.N. - LORECK
Wenn Shon-Denn Shon
9!7!79 Always together forever. Blue! F
R Purple R.P. You mean so much to me, R
E Babe. "IM - us." Cutlass Supreme 4! E
D 19!8O so special. Great times "HOPE" D
D CCCC LPCB VICC WSGC CBNM "P" D
Y BVCCC Thanks you two, miss ya. l LOVE Y
ls art the mirror ol life or what?
'BETHIE' We made it - LS, MR, CM, KPBLLJ,
lax, H-Bond, JJF, MT - 24 Hours 2 A 5!27!8O,
TT Mr L's GG's Sum "79", PRETZELS, COur Own
Cars!! Brian 9!27!80, "l'll never forget you kid"
KAREN JEAN LUTH
"Be yourself and you'lI be loved, Don't be yourself
and people will wonder." AMM Summer of 80 Amm.
G.S., CC, FC, RF, TG, JC, Special person will never
be forgotten. R.F.
"I am the Lizard King, I can do anythlng."
K.B. - a good friend always. "Let's hit the G.C.!!
Greatest of times with the 3P's, Bandcamp, Apri
+canada '79, THE BEST!! Pirates, Pepper's -
... Lisa loves Nicky
Heartbrakers, Dreammakers - overtly
nate "Here comes trouble" - Peppers? "But
course," . . . "Too many beers" - Blue vans
the Green Cutlass, "I think l'm in Love" - -
Thanks D.M., S.S. ...
BORN TO BE WILD
:OREVER BABYCAKES 11!11l8O. FRIENDS ARE
:OREVER, JAN! LOVE YA, TRA! GIN RUMMY AND
IAMACIA, MIMI! ALWAYS IN MY HEART SEANI
k.A.D.A.!!!! THANKS MOM 8m DAD! 'A.A. ' OKLAHO-
AA! "ALL THE WORLDS A STAGE, AND ALL THE
AEN AND WOMEN MERELY PLAYERS." SHAKE-
:it was so, it might beg and if it were so, it would beg
iut as it isn't, it ain't. That's Logic.
Jarey, Carolyn, Jane, M. SerfFt, xo xo forever
Vice-Prez, Cheerleading, 'KCMCMGLRKRDW'
TFF SYIC - IC28 'Who was playing with the wip-
ers?" 1O!19!79 Maria.. .This one'sfor you! 6129!
78. Oh My God! Starting Over? You just don't under-
stand . . . l've Loved These Days! lLYM8tD
True friends visit us in prosperity
Only when invited, but in adversity
They come without invitation.
Certain people especially 'Bruce 8!9!79
hold a special place in my heart. Thanks Mary
Leslie, 8 Linda. PKC
ANN MARIE MARRONE
"Be yourself and you'll be loved. Don't be yourself
and people will wonder."
Summer of '80 KL, RF, FC, GS, CC, TG, JC, Pete -
1O!11!8O Ree, Betty, Smilie, QUEEN ELIZABETH
ILTLSFM . . . 7!4!80 will go on forever summer
'80 "z" Toast. . .The Late Late Lats Remember
"The Glen" Wild Horses - Lemons
CAROLYN E. MAZZU
"Life is a jest" XO Lisa, Jane baggies, poohs,
Mickeys I Love You D8tM!JJN Daloris: "ls
What?" Cheerleading Rah ha? CLEO A thespian
forever. Tittles l'll Miss you Just everybody wait
BDKLLLPSS - ALE Calwayslb "Scarred for life!"
Jones beach tblack b'isl Benihana's tchich's,
strawberry d'sJ Peppermint Scnapps. Volleyball -
California 1980 Caribine's 'John' - 1!26!8O.
"SDDVM" - 10!17!80 better LTN. Mariane runs
w!Les. Swenson's - EQ!! Binge-Purge Syndrome.
Joy at the start
Fear in the journey
Joy in the coming home
A part of the heart
Gets lost in the learning
Somewhere along the road
- Dan Fogelberg
Mo 14 Soccer Always remember CDB concert, Sui
mer '80, Halloween '80 28Oz's in Sea Cliff. Hey A'
where are ya? DJ, AP. EM, MV, AA, SR LFF Thani
Mom 8t Dad
ELLEN J. MCCARTHY
I6 Field Hockey CCX2 MUD 78 LONDON 79
lmping!KW - SKOL 4!19!8O - The Good
nes 5125. . . "The Bet" Sleepovers wfouf sleep-
I Fire Island 79 Do it again "We are family" BF!3
anks M and D "Now that the Past is gone" ...
I many men seem do destined to settle for some-
ng small Buf I know I won'f rest until l'lI have it all!
utta find my corner of the sky.
't, Good Friends
1110 Field Hockey! BB 81 SB 1st MUD '78, CIS.
Thanks M 8 D, T, K, S 81 S Four Muskateers. Special
Times: Laura KMBFJ Florida, HBS. Maureen
CPISSERIJ Karen QFlying Chickensb. Fire Island '79
Do it again! We Are Family LaKaElMoJoSuClBe
BF!3 Good times, happy memories, great past
. . .now I start my future.
I have To Ride like the
Wind to be free again
l've got such a long
way to go.
Will proceed to get
where l'm going.
"Wit SiS" Thanks MOM
"EESHOLE" . . . Summer of '80 will never befor-
gotten, either will a good friend - CWXCWI f??J
- "Say something." One way or another . ..
'Summer of '79,' Camping Trip, Good Times at
Sea Cliff Beach, Will never forget friends like
L.R., A.M., L.V., L.W., A.M., K.L., G.B., Thanks
Mom and Dad.
l've been a minor for a heart of gold . . . Good
times in Red Cutlass - Feb. '8O! Pina coladas
. . .Thanks Florence! What Alex! I need a drink!
Born to Be Wild!!
LML, Crew Chief, Dangerfields, The old
117O", summer of '79, Cathy 1O!24!8O, "Give
head set," LAL, CAL, TE, KL, SJ, ET, JS, N
forget times with FGL, DEB
LAURA J. MILLER
WO, can always be seen with BOZO 81 RED!!! "NICE
TIES", SKIPPIES, SHUBIES, and Horny Hats!!! COR-
NELL 8t 1O!28 Pi-ion 'LAURA St JANE HOUR'
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN 11:11' Beallemania -
MUNCHKIN . . .ML will always be special
ball - Summer '80 - The Boys - Thanks
MS, BO, DI, RM - BJ and memories -
always be remembered. MORGY - "Take
Time" - Teddybear - Florida
, , '
A 1 I -1.
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gsifiv vi .
CLICK! I gotcha! R.L., M.C., L.B., Hey, Gerv, Liz,
K.S., K.S. Jane '81 - U.S.M.C. Firebird Track Al-
ways Late Jenny, You're a helmet. Be that way!
SHALL PASS THIS WAY BUT ONCE, THEREFORE
NY KINDNESS OR GOODNESS I CAN DO, LET ME
OIT NOW. . .Special Memories of Special Friends
JJRAASRMMMV - Thanks - Summer 1980 AFP!
"No matter where I am
I can't help feeling l'm
Just a day away from where
I want to be" ... Thanks to
Friends, teachers. Mom and Dad.
Field Hockey 1980! - J.B.
DENISE P. MOLIN
Great times with the "Bestest" of friends
CS.B.H.W.C.A.'sJ Boces. Summer nights at G.C.
"The Van" Slumber parties, ice-cream 'Non-
stop-busting' Time spent spaced. "Late for the
For long you live and high you fly
And smiles you'lI give and
tears you'll cry
And all you touch and all you see
Is all your life will ever be
- Pink Floyd
Nap, 67 Mustang, 70 Grand Prix, Like Bobb
Howards, Molsons, the City, Hate fourth of July.
Friends Stubby, Duck, Waldo, NaNoo, Dumbo,
Gepetto, TMSWILUM, LTSLUG, Fond Memories
with my sweetie 8!12!8O
Baseball 1124, So close but yet so far, Summer
of '80 will always be remembered, 5!3!8O Deb,
L.V.F.P., it could have been worse, "You Try lt."
lCB's + Snow 2 Skiing N.S.D.T.
Hane . . .Band Prez. . . Bassooning - All State -
All County - Good times with ABMDCMALLG . . .
"Ann, lets try a new one." POTSDAM - Remember
Hofstra? Summer of 'BO - SCYC - "Live life to its
B.O.B .... Jersey Flock, "The Boss" on New Yea
Eve, Southside Johnny Asbury Jukes, "THE BOM
Losing engine on Northern Boulevard, L.A. Wom
X LL-LL A N
ri 3. . 1 fs 5.
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X iss... . S
inny. . .SOCCER CAPT 119. . .Baseball - Skiing
Hockey . .. Can'And'Always'Will'Be'Found'
ith'LAURA!! ALL MY LOVE 916180: CAmie-
'LD Tommy and Mary Ellen. . .Hofstra - COUNTY
lAMPS! Summer '8O? "MOM". 319179
'ake your time, don't live too fast Problems will
vme, and they will pass . .. Don't you worry
vu'll find yourself follow your heart and nothing
7 - thanks Mom1Dad
.g...,.1ss:i so 1. .
my . .. N.
1, - .Q 1. f 5
lf. . 5
6112179 The best time in my life. l love you
Chris. Long talks with W. Brown. "Snagged"
Memorable times with Gayly and Kaffy. Bye
North Shore. Thanx Mom.
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"Well life is short and the world is rough and if
you're gonna boogie, boy you gotta be tough . . .
Lacrosse 1110, Masquers, Ambition Broadway!
Wall Street here I come.
Goodbye Goodbye humble, Iovebale Mr. Brown
Goodbye Loyal Mikero Van partiers Goodbye Beef-
steaks, Charlies, My Pi Goodbye John Bonham
Goodbye Islanders, Rangers 1, to M.O. Love em
J.A.P.S. Hello better times
SCORING TOUCHDOWNS. GATHERING GAL-
LERIES OF GRANDIOSE GRADES. INITIATING
38.4 LOCAL WENCHES. STAFF PUT TO SHAME
BY MY HPROGNOSTICATIONS ON ANTEDILLU-
VIAN CIVILIZATIONS KAND WHERE TO PUR-
CHASE THEMJ BUT THAT WAS LASTWEEKS
-.Q ,, ..
I came I saw, I left
"PACO" - can usually be found getting thrown
someplace. 'SIWDG' Fond memories of P
C.C., S.P., RD. 74 LeMans. Loves "flying h
LlFE'S A BITCH!!!
"Live your life in your own way . . . Reach for the
goals you have set for yourself . . . Be the you that
you want to be - - - That is success!" Love ya,
"-Ollie - SQOKPW24' "11'70" ' LOVE MY AP' Beth! AB, AB, Ms: LYBFF Thanks Mom, Dad!
.E J - 24 I WISH I WAS ON A MAXI - L.M.L. -
JTGUT - W.A.S.A.F.S. RULE FROSTBITE HAR-
! IS A S.A.F. 'AUREVOIR'
be . . . I will always remember special times with
rider, not to forget the nursing classes with Sue,
d the good times with S.K., B.P., J.P., E.M., D.N.,
Special friends are remembered - EM, SK, DN,
SMK. QUEEN 9!29!8O. Summer 1980. Shooting
- vault, Roses. Your My Best Friend - 4121!
79 - JP Let us never lose the lessons we have
M. CHRISTINA POLICANO
The Best way to know life is to LOVE many
things. l am glad that l'm here. It helps me to
realize How Beautiful My World is! I LOVE N.Y.
WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER AG EVEN THOUGH I
FADEAWAY IN HER EYESXFEAST 198OlLIFT-
ING WITH G.E.R.S.!THE DOORSXCRUZIN WITH
AL! !J.N., A.S., M.F., B.P.!429 COBRA-JET!
SUMMER OF 1980 'Denise you're a very special
friend' As you believe are all things made mani-
fest unto you - JWA I LOVE YA MOM AND DAD
Q 4 5555?
' 'k" s It I
"WILD CHILD, full of Grace, Savior of The Human
Race" "ME AND KENNY", Green and Yellow, WHBI
"WIT SIS," Cruzing, Friends, I Love Ya All!
Music is well said to be the speech of angels.
Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others c
not keep it from themselves.
- James Barrie
Thank you Dr. Stark
MICHELE S. RICH
BOOGALOO!!! - I'Casper" - 8!9!78 1512 F'
SCs '79 GC wlld Our 2801 'FFIEEBIRD' M's bac
seat to GAII NEIL YOUNG TB - Fight Lax, I'm cra:
but she's weird! Mr. L's G-G's Great times wfl 8t
St D 8t my cuzes. LS BM CM - My buddies. . .Ch
Babe . . . 'toot-toot'
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LISA B. ROBINSON
.D.K.L.L.l - P.S.S. - ALE - LMB vegamobile:
IGH Adventure Fat "T" S-80: Cosies G:B.B.V.F.
pmies up!!ll! unviaje, vw's: Beach Bum!! N.J. BO'
8tD8tRR OutRage!! N.Y. 8t J.B. My Combo "Hold
ut" Pigout craze!! WHY??????? Think to much!!
r 2802 . . . BYE "D"
It takes a clear mind .. .
To Sir With love . . . really? yeaah! Love 8t Kisses
Lisa 8. Carolyn - Cricket pertends, bagel bashes,
ramp talks 8- a new sophistication - never forget
Tittles or Titania - Wubblel CMLMDFSWJP KOh
"Pinkie," Great times at A.O. with Nancy, Bob,
Vogel. Always dancin' up a storm with Lisa. Oh
well, closed the place again! Tommy will NEVER
be forgotten - 9!14!78. 1-4-3 Grand 1MaD!
BDKLLLPSS - ALE - LMB HIGH Adventure,
Vega Mobile, STP's DOC's, hyped out . . . Italia
'79 . . . Calif. '80 G.O., Gymnastics is a flip ...
Radiance and glory is in darkness, could we but
see, and to see we have only to look, I beseech
you to look!
Popeye - SFAHOG. Great times with friends
weekend: C5124!8O S.G., P.P.J The Caddy, Lola,
Mesc. - KMR, CMJ 2 Heads Not 1. "LYA Tater-
tots - 11 1 1 15180 LTATD R. Runners -4101131
80 boogiel NLTTW.
Let today look for a tomorrow.
ALOIS F. RUBENACKER JR.
"Allister Strikes Again" WHIP. . . It's A Volkswa-
gon 1! Street Signs and Snoe Joe THE RIGHT ON
SKI TRIP WILBER Get ice for the bathtub Ken
Slide down the mountain.
LESLIE N. ROSENBERG
BDKELLPS - ALE - bye "D" "To give a love,
you've got to live a love.
To Live a love, you've got to be part of.
When will I see you again" -
- Neil Young -
RAH-RAHS! "The Cheerleaders" Pippin "The
Group" 4111 MM, MC, B, S, B, M. KTFFJ My life is
changing in so many ways... '1l118O' Just you
and me . . . Joey Qltalyl Beep!
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IF YOU MUST PUT ON AN ACT TO BE ACCEPTED
BY SOMEONE, IT'S NOT REALLY YOU HE LIKES
AND HE IS, THEREFORE, NOT A TRUE FRIEND.
- THANKS TO ALL MY FRIENDS - AFPI 21
CRASH! The Wanderers, Skiing, Sixth period cruist
Seen with Chet, Dennis, Tim, and JoAnn. G. FF
J.C., C.C. Mike and Karen Will Always Be Remenl
bered - IT'S ALWAYS DARKEST BEFORE TH
. .World makes way for the man who knows where
e is going ....., Tennis, a fantastic game, you can
e hopelessly down, as long as you win the last
iLAD TO BE GONE! ANAT has given him fondest
iemories. 1!16!8O. Business Management Career
nd Marriage to Anat Are in his future Love you Mom
5 DAN sci-HERHORST
Danny Green Shoes, 117, good times in cross-
NANCY C- SHATZLE country with ET, s, P, CH, MK, oo, oi, RL, Bs,
V , SH, SD, ETC. I could never forget KG and Fast
It's all been worth it, and I'm looking forward to a Frank-
beautiful future - Thank God! l'II always remember
my friends and the good times. I'Il always love you
CHIPPER, What's Up - "ICB's" "The Way I Fig-
ure," "It Takes A Thief" - "Nifty Two Fifty" Thanks
Amoco. "Let It Hang" - "What Do You Mean"?
Thanks Herb Et Jo - Honesty Pays!!!!!!!!
gi ':" DEN'SE SCHU'-TES
Lisa and Melissa, You're Special Friends! Led
Zeppelin 111 "I don't want to live on
cheddar cheese" . ..
- JAKW RAMBOZY
LISA G. SCHWARTZ
Lucy" 819178 SCs '79 Mr. L's G-G's, Lax, GA,
-B Fight, 'Spirit of Snow', Neil Young, Pina
Coladas, Pretzels, 1512 FW, Good Friends are
orever1MFt BM CM KPBLLJ 919179 'MILES' "
.. and l'm searching for a rainbow . .. "
babylon must fall for true
Good friends will be remembered SJ, JS, JH, SD, Fl
JT. Softball, soccer! Light and sound crew!! ca
walks, tunnels, drivers ed - "CFtASH!" Gratef
Dead. 616180 - OH NO!
All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lostg
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
ldy" - STANG, Always under The Hood, Hallow-
I, Friday the Thirteenth 'Lowenbrau' Mike and
ly certified pissers. Treasured friends - Joe,
l, Rich, Frank, Dennis, and Kerry. Its always dar-
st before the dawn.
.BlE, 'CUDA 8 M.P.G. But always brimmed, Polly O
'he fountain." Bobb Howards, MOPAR lil Mol-
lns, Micholob, Jump on the wood! Buddies -
ubby, Duck, Gepetto, Nanoo, Waldo, Dumbo,
BTNAMM, LAOCGAYNW, TAUDDG, KADBWD-
All day and all of the night! The Kinks.. . Speed . ..
Jorma. . . First days. . .Lunch and wine with B, D, K,
8t Bean. . .Eros . . . give us JUST ONE VICTORY ls it
You make a living by what you get, but you make
a life by what you give. The future holds many
advantages for those who believe this adage.
SEATTLE, SOCCER, SOFTBALL, 319, 434, BV!
BB-I-WINTER 78-79 KA SPECIAL SOMEONE 3!
9!78J THE DEAD, BILLY JOEL AND BOB!!!!K10!
311801 t1!1!81J!!! THANX SGT, PEPPERS!!!
THANX FOR REAL FRIENDS ALEXXBETHI
BREWXBROS. LOVE YOU ALL MOM,
DAD, BYE "BORN TO BE WILD"
NATO 4411 - Natcho Van, '80 Summer. License?
Schmitties Bar Bottles, Getting D.. .ll ouch! "Y.M."
"You." Fotter, Smith, Nanoo, Plumpo, Henry, Stink,
Napo. K.P.l.B.O.V.P.H. Great Times. L.M.P.V.M. No
Problem. Drive MOPARS Forever.
What sunshine is to flowers,
Smiles are to humanity.
They are trifles, to be sure, but
scattered along lile's pathway,
the good they do is inconceivable.
Will anyone remember,
Will anyone know,
where I have been?
and where l will go ... - M.S. -
Carefree days. P.V.S.B. BC K'N.H. - P.E. .
STE . ..
"Ki" -- sailingb, M.F .... RALPH - Love 8- "Pe
Summer '80 . ..
"The rainbow is more
the pot at the end
of it, because the
rainbow is now. And the
pot never turns out
to be quite what I expected."
- Hugh Prather
SMACK!", LML, Dangerfields, High Jumping, Tun-
el Wars, Summer '80, 8!27!8O - TAKA Love al-
ays - Remember that proposallll, Computers,
eatles, Star Wars, Classics, '71 Merc - Noisy,
OhQii?'!", W.D.M., C.A.L., J.A.S., JBSD PTSS
-IDD SKSJ RVWH MCCP
MARIA ANTONIETTA TIBERIO
Nothing should be more highly prized than the value
of each day. DeDaDeet! Smile! Dean ILU 7!11!77
- Dream, TransAm, Tiger CCUBD, Hawaii, Italy .. .
Thankx Mom - Dad TiAmo! WIZARD AND ACE
. And then one day you find ten years have got
hind you. No one told you when to run, you missed
e starting gun .. . Pink Floyd J.B., K.D .... Kyra!
'he ties that bind"
PAMELA H. TREIBER
BDKLLLpSS - ALE - LMB Let's play baseball!!
vegamobile HIGH Adventure, The Winber twins
WAPA, STP's, unviaje, V.W's Pina Coladas, Vt. All
the snow!! Bye Its all mixed up! "ITS HARD TO
FACE THAT OPEN SPACE . . . "
2!22l8O, PAUL, 518 -, Senior Prom '8O. Up-
state Summer of '80, Jones Beach, Donna, you'II
always be a good friend. Thanx Mom and Dad
I'II always remember you
we're all a part of everything
the present future and the past
fly on proud bird you're free at last
Tatto. Special summer with KB, AR, CH, MB, SK, RT,
BT. And the Harris's Love Ya! Bowling, Hanging out,
watching T.V. outside. Miss you All Harris's. Thanks
Rich For All.
We may never pass this way again .
Clf we're lucky!!
... and remember, il's a sin to kill a
SCOTT VALENT RICHARD VERDERAME
Lacrosse 118, wniiefirebird, . . .Skiing in Austria We Know what we are
'80. Endless Dead concerts ' ' ' ' Summer of '8O. but KNOW n0i What we may be-
DLEMJSC "Great times will always be remem-
ered. "WaIkathon" "Sleepovers" SMA we cor-
pted another one May 11th Stuart. Love you al-
ays. Feb 5. "We are Family BF!3" "BORN T0 BE
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"Saggy" - S.A.B. Outback. SAGET" Bowl Buddies
Always. fMostly OZ'sJ Friends Forever - Jose,
M.W., H.K., M.B., A.B., L.C., T.T. 8 G.E. "My Feet"
Will Always see good Times Ahead. Moons in Court
Yards. THE DOORS
EVE G. VOEGELI
"Pixy" Will always remember 'FRlENDS',
"London '79", "AFS", "Masquers." Just a Little
Britt! 'Girl Drummer' - YB Deadlines - 'NEW
WAVE ' Friend of TSB. JP -1713180 a.h.J ' I
love my FISHTANK' - l'm an L.A. WOMAN! -
"Only People can relate, masks cannot." -
"ENOUGH IS ENOUGH"
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ociety contains us, Feath Good times with GREAT friends Gin
le contain Qurselves - CD.M.S.B.C.A'sl 'NOD-Stop-busting' G.C. in the
or fear of desire D - 1 "bubble", 'Hopping' "The Cruiser", Haircuts
ofions - bound my moral Code Jackson Browne Dreams Unwind, Love's a state
eakaway from madness! of Mind-
ind personal Freedom
enture in life, it's there for the living.
"Ca". Good friends, JB!rldmemabab, Cheer-
leading, DBC 11!12!8O, "EESHOLE", DTMTPT,
"lsn't it though?" - E.M. "Where and why l'm
destined to go Right here and now that's all I
- Michael McDonald
Faggeteers. M.M. 8t R.O. Schmidts with T.O. 8.
J.C. 81 E.R. Soccer 114, bench K.C. 9-14-79,
Many Good Times 7-27-80. Couldn't have made
it without Chet.
1123 - Field Hockey - C+CC, Basketball, Soft-
ball, Skiing, EM, CM, LC - Fire Island '79 - Do it
again - MUD - Camping W!E - 4-19-80!!! TG -
CHRISTMAS ELVES - Sleepovers - Thankx
M-FD - "We are FamiIy" - BF!3 - TFF
DENNIS D. WERNER
"Hollywood" - Wrestling, General Venti - Soc
cer: Excellent Halloween, Maybe not, The Wander
ers - Chet, Joe, Ronny, Bino, Jody, Viki 8- Timmy -
Special friends Cherished Memories of Mike CRev.f
8 Karen IT'S ALWAYS DARKEST BEFORE THE
CAMARO "77", Cowboys 111, Bowling Saturdays
with the Gang. Hockey 111, Football 1152. Good times
and Good friends with JM, BH, BT, DL, EF, CH, CP.
Fond memories of the summer of '8O.
DONNA A. WINSTON
BDKLLLPS - ALE, bye "D" mm 8- mg rah rahs
capt, K+D: 1, Shelter Island nlcmabud
"Something fine" - 4114188 mtm, N.Y. - "like
hurricane" lrr 526-s, Winber Twins, Blue Lips! Let
snow. - thanks M 81 D. " ... maybe we ain't
young anymore . .. "
vw does one combine work and fun, to get mostly
1?, that is the question. Thanks and Love to John
d all my friends, and teachers.
"Woofie-Boy" - Future Flyer of Assorted large Jet
Aircraft. Evenings with YES. l.C.B. 24oz Thanks To
M.R., F.P., C.C., S.M., and of course WAA!!
'oody" Travel much?'?? SaiIing!!!l! upstatelllll 5
E: planl!!!! Trimbles 8 Trucks Poor Boy!!!! WNFT
B AGWHWJ!!!!!! Tittles Forever!!!!!l Where
xt?!!!! Scuba WHNLLETW!!!! Go West Bye!!!!!
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Ord - Lord take care of my friends. I can take care
of my enemies myself. HEY, LET'S PLAY CARDS.
WILL REMEMBER GOOD TIMES WITH E.H.M. "EL"
H.D.M.J.PH.R.11!19!8O Fond memories with Marie
N.Y. RANGERS 111 FAN. Wolly, Susie Z!E.C.C.
Oiveh Summers - G.S. Camp - Jonesbeach.
B.B.G. - Barefootsurprise. Long walks, talks
w!MCJ. Fltwd Concert. KISS. No return. Free
hockey. FriendIy's. G.C. Kittenfinders. Movies 2
Good friends forever. Thanks M 8 D
I will always love Joanne, Great times with B.J.,
S.V., T.T., MK., LM, K.K., G.F., "wreck it good."
S.A.B. out Back. DIDN'T think I'd make it huh.
The Golf Team. Glen Head C.C.: "How we do-
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Classic The Jump, Techg G.Z. "Islander 80 -
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Mr. Thomas A. Famigletti Mrs. Nancy Hall
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Mr. Donald Dowden Member
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