Stoneham High School - Wildlife Yearbook (Stoneham, MA)
- Class of 1978
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A yearbook is a permanent record of the col-
lective life of a Senior class and one year in the
life ofa school. Each year, each book, presents
new challenges and new problems with new
people responding with new ideas.
The history of the 1978 yearbook began with
the selection by popular vote of the two
editors-in-chief. For the first time students
were allowed to nominate and then select the
individuals who would fill these important po-
sitions. A signiticant turn in the direction of the
book took place shortly after the election when
the process of theme and title selection was
started. There were the usual suggestions:
"The Way We Were." But a majority of the
staff was attracted to an unusual possibility -
Circus Maximus - the name given to one of
the centers of community activity and enter-
tainment in Rome during its golden age. The
single suggestion was presented to the class
on a ballot and a majority voted for it, although
there was a strong antagonism to the title
among some of the Seniors. In fact one student cited the choice as "pet
The 1977 yearbook VISIONS had been sent to
the Columbia University Scholastic Press As-
sociation for evaluation, a process which re-
sulted in suggestions for improving future books.
The proposed changes were presented to the
class in a referendum and most of them were
rejected with a strong and, in some cases, highly
emotional feeling expressed for retaining the
traditional approach, highlighting such elements
as senior comments and senior favorites. And so
the staff of the 1978 yearbook is faced with a
difficult challenge - the successful treatment of
an unusual theme, while honoring the majority
desire for traditional elements, and recognizing
the suggestions for creating a more meaninful
and complete record of the life of a class. The
pages that lie ahead will show how well this chal-
lenge has been met.
THE MAKING OF
Stoneman High was privileged by the recent
visitations of some classic Roman characters.
The visitors were greeted by all of Stoneham
High with open arms. The Romans thrilled the
students with lectures on the philosophy of An-
cient Rome and tidbits ofinformation on a previ-
ous lifestyle. The Romans were in turn ecstatic
with all they learned of Stoneham High and their
scholars. These pious people stood before the
school each day and worshipped their leader.
The Romans and students and teachers all be-
came quite attached and when the time came for
the Romans to depart, all from Stoneham High
wept tears of sorrow. Students and teachers alike
stood before the school and waved good-bye to
the Romans and wished upon a wishing star that
the Romans would return again someday.
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PRE IDE T
When Bernard Corbett, comedian and hedonist per-
sonified, announced his intentions to run for the senior
class presidency, the majority of his fellow classmates
looked forward to an amusing, possibly hysterical, cam-
paign climaxed with a Carsonian monologue instead of a
serious speech. In essence, many of the voters didn't
even consider him a serious candidate and much of the
opposition didn't consider him at all.
Other presidential candidates looked back to the
Freshman elections when Bernie also ran for office and
was defeated. The Freshman election is usually a popu-
larity contest and when a friendly candidate can't win
under such circumstances, what chance does he have
when the voters are looking for a serious, motivated,
responsible man in office?
Bernie's chances were, in fact, infinitesimal until he
discarded his old jokes and began carefully cultivating a
fresh image. He accomplished this new miraculous tran-
sition with such style and political poise that he com-
pletely outdistanced his rivals.
Now halfway through the year, Bernie has, for the
most part, successfully maintained his new image except
for sporadic bursts of vintage Corbett humor. And who
would criticize him if the bursts of buffoonery occurred
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THE MAKING OF A YEAR
The class of '78 has been involved in a difficult struggle
to raise sufficient funds in order to have a successful
year. Senior classes of the recent past had a relatively
easy time at generating revenue because of the presence
ofa snack bar which seniors were able to operate for their
own benefit. But the current senior class was faced with
the fact that there would be no snack bar from the very
outset of the school year because ofa state law requiring
a breakfast program.
Now forced to explore other avenues to resolve the
seniors financial problem the senior class officers got the
wheels in motion. First was the sale of novelty T-shirts
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which featured the names of all senior
class members. This venture proved
mixed at best. Next was the still con-
tinuing sale of candy by senior class
members. So far this drive talong with
a recent dance and Sarah Coventry
jewelry showy has been most success-
ful. The overall senior class effort re-
mains far from over.
Future plans include aluminum can
recycling, car washes, concession
sales at athletic events, and a carnation
day designed to bring student's true
feelings for each other out in the open.
So as of now, whether the year will be
made remains to be seen. Here's hop-
ing that through continued hard work
the seniors will succeed in the end.
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As Mr. Nuss nonchalantly strolls through the courtyard,
he is surrounded by the circus atmosphere. To his right he
is confronted by Glenn Farrell savoring his frosty frappe
while below Dana Beane converses with a few of his
many friends. Meanwhile Lorene St. Amand shouts to the
troops that she successfully broke the frappe guzzling
contest with a time of 29 seconds. While out grovelling on
the dusty diamond, our small but versatile president
displays his athletic ability.
The arms of victory are raised by Judy Marshall
as she successfully mounts the pyramid. Tony
Auterio proudly advertises his favorite beverage,
but Dennis Bain is too busy studying to notice. The
familiar question is still being asked about the
twins: "Who's on top, Linda or Laura?".
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THE MAKING OF A
It should have been apparent to everyone from the very
beginning. On a warm Indian summer Sunday in Wil-
mington a matter of inches forced a scoreless tie instead of
victory. Seven tries inside the three and empty-handed.
This opening game futility was a virtual microcosm of a
season that was not to be.
After hard fought losses to two of the league's best
squads tWatertown and Winchesterj there followed a pair
of uninspired rollovers to Burlington and Lexington. Two
horrendous afternoons that made the seasons of seemingly
inferior squads. These fiascos coupled with probably the
seasons most frustrating afternoon Qagainst Melroseb
created a season that resembled a roller coaster ride from
high optimism to utter disappointment. Why is the obvious
question. Several reasons appear to stand out.
Maybe hopes were too high from the start. The league
experts and opposing coaches mainly talked of Stoneham's
exceptional size and statue as a dark horse, while placing
them no higher than the third or fourth spot. The top spots
were reserved mainly for Watertown, Winchester, and
Melrose. For once the "experts" were fairly accurate but
what might have been still troubles the minds of the Spar-
The major problem all season seemed to be depth, sev-
eral players went both ways which over 40 minutes be-
comes more difficult to do. The offense which was
adequate at best totally collapsed to the point of complete
ineptitude. Three shutouts and the production of only nine
touchdowns during an eight game span are not what cham-
pionships are made of. On the other hand the defense re-
mained solid throughout most of the year. Their main prob-
lem as the season progressed was how to-play at the same
level of efficiency when forced to be on the field more and
more as a result of an offense that was plagued by inconsis-
Injuries provided the final crushing blow. Victor Pizzotti
by general consensus the league's finest 'all around per-
former was lost for the season in the Winchester game.
Unsurprisingly this game was the beginning of the end. Bill
McLaughlin a solid two way starter and tri captain was also
forced out of action for a time. A final crushing
blow was the late season injury suffered by
standout back Carmine Frongillo. Frongillo who
was the offense during the team's early success
faded out of the ball carrying picture somewhat
as the season developed but still remained to
provide 40 minutes of fine all around play from
week to week.
All that's left now is the traditional date with
Reading on Thanksgiving. There is no Super
Bowl berth at stake but something more impor-
tant: a matter of pride and respect for a team that
received basically one kind of breaks - bad.
Here's hoping the season's final 40 minutes will
be fruitful and that some of that bitter taste that
accompanies defeat will be washed away. It just
may make a season that appeared to be broken.
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With the decline of one Spartan team came the emergence of another.
As the much heralded football team continued to disappoint, the incon-
spicuous girls, volleyball team continued to impress as they played on,
No one knew what to expect from this first year varsity sport. For
many years, an uncoached co-ed volleyball program has been run in the
spring, but this was the only opportunity for players to gain experience.
Call it beginners' luck or natural talent, but whatever it is, the Stoneham
High volleyball team had it.
Coached by Glenda Layne, the hardworking squad earned an 8-1
record, yet was denied an invitation to the
state tournament due to a shortage of games
in their schedule. Had they played just one
more match, the team would have been
The team efforts were greatly boosted by
the efforts of Brazilian exchange students
Marta Siquiera and Valeria Correl. Both girls
had playing experience, adding a veteran's
touch to a rookie squad. The girls' tremend-
ous talent was exceeded only by their en-
couragement and enthusiasm for the rest of
the team. Marta, along with Paula Doherty,
co-captained the team.
Why did this young, inexperienced team
fare so much better than Stoneham teams
who worked together all summer? The differ-
ence is obvious - the volleyball team did not
play in the Middlesex League.
The accomplishments of the 1977 volleyball
team may have a greater bearing on the
Stoneham sports program than was ever an-
ticipated. Matching their record against that of
most other Spartan teams may prove to the
athletic director that Stoneham really could be
"out of its league".
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oJVhile basking in the courtyard sun,
Michael O'Connoll looks up and sees a
human tower forming above him.
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printing up tickets for Saturday's game. The
Monday after the victory Paul Uva glances at
Karen MacEachern from afar.
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Daniel W. Hogan Jr.,
Superintendent of Schools
Frank R. Matarese, ' . l -
Assistant Superintendent W'n'am L' Hoyt' Pnnclpal
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Ralph J. Rowell Jr., Vice Principal Fred Kiamie, Vice Principal
Agnes-Mary Barry, Dean
The high school English department offers a variety of
' ' electives ranging from Creative Writing to Literature and
Psychology. As a result of these offerings, IIOLR of the
student body is currently enrolled in English courses.
Courses in Journalism, in Science Fiction and Mystery in-
Seated: A. Gower, R. Rosenberg. D. Musico. Program Supervisor. Standing: P. Nolan, R. Reed, L. Rosen, J. L'I-Ieureux, R. Carrol, R. Silverman, P.
Norelli, K. Conroy, K. Chase
crease the scope of the curriculum while electives in Sports
Literature and Film Media have proven popular to a wide
range of student tastes. The English department strives to
be relevant and contemporary, and seems to be succeeding
judging from the popularity of its elective program.
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Standing: Peter Mathison, James Romano, Ruth Reczek, James Campagna, Stephen Conroy, Wayne Fillback, Henry Margarita
Seated: Denis Mulvihill. Not pictured: Carolyn Banulis.
The Social Studies Department offered a number of unique
opportunities for students outside of the regular classroom activities.
Programs such as Close Up, Political Discovery, Metropathways,
Harvard Model UN all gave students opportunities to use Washington,
D.C., and Boston as their classroom. The students' intern-program at the
State House allowed students to spend a full semester working in the
political environment. Such programs add much realism to the classroom
theories, and help make learning more pragmatic.
Social Studies Expands Classroom
To Bring Theory To Life
New Computer Expands the
Activities of the Math
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The Math department is, as usual. on the
ball with the addition ofnot only a computer,
but also an Introductory course to computers
called BASIC. This is an interesting addition
to the department's already extensive pro-
gram where courses range from Algebra I to
Calculus. They are also keeping up with the
competition through the Math Team, a suc-
cessful and increasingly popular organization
already in its third competitive year.
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David Nuss, Stan Kopec, Chester P. Jordan - Program Supervisor, Ann O'Sullivan, Russell Lurvey, Michael
Kennedy. Not Pictured: Agnes-Marie Barry, Mary Olmsted, Socrates Taseos.
Equality for All at
the Stove and the
Home Economics is a spot of happiness
and warmth in an otherwise cold, dreary,
existence for both girls and even some
liberated boys. No longer does the
stereotype of girls in aprons slaving over hot
stoves and a sinkful offilthy dishes dominate
the scenery. The stereotype has gone the
way of Tyrannosaurus Rex. In these
changing times, even the most rugged
football players can be seen cooking or
practicing elegant needlepoint. At last, boys
are equal to girls in menial tasks.
The Foreign Language Program of
Stoneham High School is moving toward
a period of relative stability after three
years of dynamic transformation. All of
the programs have undergone complete
changes in texts and other materials, so
that in all the classes, the use of the
language by students is the primary
objective. Students are participating in
many new culturally related activities,
are doing readings in history and
literature and are visiting museums,
libraries, and other ethnic organizations.
Perhaps the most radical innovation in
the classes, however, is the attempt to
integrate independent study units in the
regular instructional programs.
Achieved in Foreign Language
B. Nolan, M. Mayer, A. Rocher, V. Komanowski, P. Atkinson
Frederick Bacon, Program Supervisor, Ann Gower
The study of Classics in Stoneham High
School begins with learning that agricola
means farmer and ends with reading some of
the world's great books both in Latin and
English. Between these two sets of
revelations comes a great deal of frustration,
a lot of work, and the sense of achievement
and success. When the present senior class
entered high school, there were thirty-six
people in Lating this year, there are eighty.
All aspects of Latin, mythology, and
Graeco-Roman culture are studied, with an
emphasis on the literary use of the language.
The present senior class has had a strong
influence on the curriculum, which no longer
is bound by traditional content or methods.
Such interesting aspects of Classical culture
as early Christian writings and the
extraordinary body of literature from the
middle ages are studied and enjoyed by all
Revived Interest in Classics Results
The Science Department this year is
experimenting with the combining of the
CB and S chemistry and biology courses.
The results have proved favorable and the
classes will probably be continued in the
future. Other ideas currently being
considered are the addition of a Biology II
course for seniors and mini-course in CPR
and Taxidermy. There are also seven
Advanced Biology classes this year as
compared to 2 last year. The department is
doing its best to broaden the scientific
horizons of as many students as possible.
The Last Frontier
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Nicholas Guletsky, Joseph Collins, John McGuire, Martin Schoepfer, Janet Hanley, Barry Jenkins, Patricia Tine, missing from photograph
Diane Molloy. Pictured above, left, Thomas C. Cleary, Program Supervisor.
Business Makes the World
Seated: E. Furman Standing: C. Broderick, A. Ha
Business Department Provides
mngton, M. Garutl, D. Corum, L. Leamon W
Students with Skill to Get in on the
' Skills with
J. Maliszewski, L. Anastasi, R. Paolini,
This year the Industrial Arts
Department continues its
program of students interested in
shop techniques. This program
offers a relaxed atmosphere in
which the students can gain
insight with hands-on training in
auto shop, print shop, and wood
New Faces and
The Stoneham High Music
Department underwent considerable
change this year. New and exciting
courses relating to music theory and
choral groups have been introduced
as well as the two new teachers in
the department. The performing
groups participate in seasonal
concerts, festival competition and
exchange trips while classes of
music theory and instrumental
lessons are taught. More and more
new faces have been seen this year
in the music room and because of
their involvement, a high level of
group and individual achievement is
Mr. Donald M, Dregalla, Mr. Frank Abrahams, Program Supervisor
Ms. Karen T. Wienski.
Art Develops A Variet of Skills
4 Marie Cargill, Program Supervisor and Ted Schwalb
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Both arch and statue were erected in a hurry: and whether for lack
of time or lack of sculptors, they were made partly from former
works of art, with borrowed friezes on the arch and a recut head and
arm for the statue. But they also showed a new trend in art. ln
Constantine's huge marble head, the eyes look into the distance with
an unearthly gaze. The new sculptured figures on the arch are rigid
and lifeless. Like the people ofthe day, frozen into castes, the rows
of little men gaze with expressionless eyes toward the larger central
Figure of the emperer who dominates them all. Gone are the graceful
figures showing action and sensuous pleasure. Instead art had be-
come a means of showing the power and glory of the ruler in contrast
to the insigniiicance of ordinary men.
-from WHEN THE WORLD WAS ROME
by Brooks and Walworth
New Atmosphere Fills Guidance Suite
A new atmosphere has developed in the Guidance
Department this year. There is an increasing trend
towards group counselling, where counsellors work
with groups of students in problem solving. A new
group called Peer Counselling involves High School
students who are being trained to provide guidance
for members of the junior high school student body.
The Career Guidance Department has been making
special efforts to End speakers in a variety of areas,
with emphasis on coordinating the speakers with
the existing academic programs, especially
in Social Studies.
William P. Murphy,
Director of Guidance Services
Seated: M. Chisholm, E. Pack, Standing: J. Feltch, D. Kline, missing from photo: M.
Sw ff K.
Coed G m Fun
The Coed-gym program has
become an important part of this
year's physical education
program. No longer exercises
and dull routine, but happy faces
and enthusiasm. Each term new
units of different sports are
introduced, and participation in
nearly any sport can be enjoyed.
This innovative program also
provides excellent opportunity
to find new interest and talents,
which provide an excellent basis
for fitness in the future years.
Splicing film, arranging work schedules, finding
the right book for the right topic, running to medical
emergencies, changing temperatures from freezing to
subtropical, producing prize winners-these are the
roles of the unsung heroes of Stoneham High school.
Holding the school together in small, often subtle
ways from the library to the shipping room, these
important people contribute immeasurably to the
THE UNSUNG HEROE
Pictured above - Custodial Staff:
From left: T. Mahoney, H. Marsh, H.
Howes, R. Graves, R. Benoit
Above: William J. Waddleton,
Director of Occupational Education
38 At Right: Edward Mulcahy. Media
Mrs. Beverly Abbott, Secretary
Mrs. June Johnson, Library Aide
Miss Rudi Lindgren, Librarian
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Memories: joke on C.R., guido
Chicago, on the cliffs, 21l4176,
CSN, Jr. Prom-wrong turn,
Cotter "US", rave on!
Misery: Windy mornings!
Quote: Yesterday is already a
dream and tomorrow is only a
vision. But today well lived,
makes every yesterday a dream
of happiness, and every
tomorrow a vision of hope.
Happiness is: Home all weekend,
Friends, Free time
Misery is: Breaking down on a
rainy night, Monday mornings
Pet Peeve: scum, burnouts, smelly
Suppressed Desire: To get rich
Future Plans: College
Comment: Close the shades at night
and reduce the risk ofbeing shot
to death in bed.
GTCWHIOQSJTSFIT, SB, Cl,
AB, George, the farm, 202
Ecclesiastes, class of "77",
Duffy's garage, Old Rec, Senior
Happiness: Bob, friends, family,
Suppressed Desire: to go the
distance with Rocky.
Future Plans: "To search and
investigate in wisdom all things
that are done under the sun"
I'll never forget: The Zoo, Hello
Bill!, TENOR PRIDE, geek
Happiness is: Beth, good friends
and good music
Misery is: First row, first seat
Suppressed Desire: To become
Comment: It's been real!
Quote: There never seems to be
enough time to do the things you
want to do once you find them.
LAUREN ABBOTT LORI ANDERSON
JOSEPH ADAMS NANCY ANDERSON
MICHELLE ALVES JULIE ANDREWS
JAMES ANDERSON JANET ANGELOSANTO
Happiness is: Love, Michael, Peace
Memories: flakes, parties up J.H.,
Brenda's New Years Party,
under the school, Hampton
"76", l sock: wait, S20 tow,
Stoneham shuffle, 28 at 30,
Michael's S100 Chevy, 417176,
Pet Peeve: being short
Misery is: fighting
Quote: Take me as I am, for I will
Future Plans: Traveling, nursing,
Happiness is: My Family, close
Comment: Good Luck in the future
"Class of 78"
Memories: lunch with everyone,
nurse's aide class
Quote: Nothing more beautiful
under the sun than to be under
Pet Peeve: Getting up early
Misery is: Tests
Memories: C.B., S.P., K.D., P.F.,
retreats, First Congo, the 7 B's
Barbara, Franklin, Spartan
Choral MTS., Brumit, Kathy,
Our Place, 10114177, the
Lowenbrau Bros., 124 A 8t B,
Heinken Haven, "Mountain
Cannibas", cast parties, "Don't
look at me in that tone of
Quote: See that man with the lonely
eyes, take his hand, he'll be
Comment: I love you for your truth
derived from your knowledge. I
respect it as a divine thing for it
is the deed of the spirit. Your
truth shall meet my truth and
blend together like the fragrance
of flowers and become one
whole and eternal truth,
perpetuating and living in the
eternity of love and beauty.
I'll never forget: November 15,
1975, Sophomore year, New
Hampshire and summer of 76,
Georgetown, Ramada, IS on the
Quote: Do you always trust your
first initial feeling special
knowledge holds true, bares
Misery is: curb stones, red lights
and healing the clique's latest
Suppressed desire: to be able to
spread sunshine on rainy days.
Comment: Time may change me,
but I can't change time.
Future Plans: College, marry a
I'll never forget: J.M., 4!l!77,
Sophomore year, 25th A.
6!lQ!76, "US", Chicago, on the
cliff, good weekends and good
times, joke on C.R., 2!l4l76
party, long talks d.s.
Misery is: rainy weekends
Favorite saying: Who loves ya,
Quote: The moments may be
temporary, but the memories
Suppressed Desire: having lots of
money my health, good friends,
staying a bachelor
Pet Peeve: Rainy weekends, a dead
battery, getting up early
Future Plans: College, a great job
Memories: Stoneham News, Paul's
serious face, car chases,
Quote: J.G.'s "same thing"
Happiness is: A green convertible
Mustang, winning football bets
I'll neverforget: J.M., N.D., S.M..,
A.L., D.V., A.V., J.M., J.F.,
P.M., B.P., E.D., Long Beach,
the S.D.A. sleepouts, the
Pet Peeve: Rainy days, S.S.
Quote: "Live for tomorrow with a
smile for every day there are
LISA ANGELOSANTO HOPE ASCHENBRAND
MARILENA ANGELOSANTO JOSEPH ASSALI
GLENN ANTHONY MARY ANN AVENI
MARY APPLEYARD DENNIS BAIN
Happiness is: being with someone
I'll never forget: 8!25!76 and "If you
leave me now", Hawthornes,
Irvings, sewer covers, "The
Chain", Rec, J.H. Christmas
Eve 76, New Years Eve 76,
J.L., L.S.'s overnights, D.M. at
2 o'cIock, J.G.'s father 5, Long
Beach, HoJo's, house panies,
Geils, Freeman's Servo, close
Pet Peeve: Hopeless, J.H., J.L.,
L.S., D.M., J.G.
Happiness is: Getting my new
Monte Carlo from Dad
Misery is: Getting up every
morning and gym
Never Forget: All the good times
with Karen J., Kathy C., Linda
S., Going to the .drivins with
Karen, Bobby and Jimmy.
Quote: Ma, I don't feel good.
Dreams in the future: Getting out in
January, working, and having
lots of children
Quote: "Two roads diverged in a
wood and I took the one less
travelled by, and that has made
all the difference."
Visions of the Future: U.S.O.T.,
College, big business
Dreams ofthe past: Conn 77, K.C.,
thanks, B.L. 8L B.D. in shops
Happiness is: my own pick-up with
no other worries.
Favorite Quote: "Are you seri-
ous!" "Hello, Jim!"
Goal: To find an easier way, To be
someone. somewhere, some-
I'll never forget: U.S.C.W.B. in
Europe with Scott, Toronto 77,
Mr. Hyde, the band, Bass drum
and Bari sax, S.H.S., Barbo's
Visions of the future: Modeling, I'll never forget: Drill 7: O.P.,
I'll never forget: S. Butler, M.
Alves, C. Caton, Cathy Vig-
lione. Peter Frampton Concert,
K. Rizzeri, 9!l!75, l0!26!77,
Pet Peeve: People with no tact.
Misery is: Trying to prove some- I'll never forget: the Skinbags esp.
thing to someone, Friday night .l.D., Cape, old friends - P K U
Quote: Memories are the afterglow Quote: My happy hours are so few,
ofgood times past. my plans for the future may
Happiness is: My family, Tony never come true - making be-
Future Plans: College lieve - what else can I do??
ANNMARIE BARBUTO JANET BARTOLUCCI
MARIE BENOIT CHARLES BINDA
Dreams of the past: Dunbarton
Maine: Camp J.V. Subs: D party 6!20:the ZooGang:Chem-
Dreams of the past: C.C., L.N., Block: Beach Wedge: walking istry.: Monty P.
T.G., B.C.. .l.O.. S.F., C.A., inv.: Beep Beep: L.R.'s Raid, Happiness is: trail riding with
Salem, N.H., L.H.S. Le Sabre 7l twin Pam. friends
Pet Peeve: waiting Happiness is: S-O Pet peeves: Monday mornings and
Misery: rainy days Suppressed desire: Play in a F.H. Math
Happiness: good times, parties I'll game. Visions ofthe future: College: coast
never forget: Salisbury Beach Pet Peeve: No time: deadlines: to coast on a Zl 1000.
Quote: One is truly happy when he boredom.
finds himself. There is one suc- Quote: If you see someone without
cess, to live your own life your a smile, lend them one of yours.
Comment: This is just the beginn-
I'll never forget: 5!7!77: 7!21!76: Ju-
nior High dancesg Carole in her
bummer moods: stairway to
Heaven: Kittys: Karen and
Misery is: Fighting with Bob: hav-
ing to leave when you don't
Pet Peeve: Working on Friday and
Happiness: Bob: friends who care!!
Happiness is: The good old times.
I'll never forget: the people I love
Misery is: getting caught in the
girl's.roomg waking up in the
Misery is: missing party at Tiny's
Happiness is: the neighborhood:
Pet peeve: classic: Buddy up: scum
I'll never forget: cards at Chuck'sg
A 8L B Christmas party: R.H.
Comments: A chain is only as
strong as its weakest link.
Future plans: College
I'll never forget: Charlie, Jimmy,
Bob and Billy: the Zoo, the
Park: D.D., T.C., M.T., T.R.,
C.B., B.P. tiger cages:
Pet Peeve: Chicago: Larry
Comment: She's only a friend.
Quote: When I die I'll go to Heaven
because Ijust spent the last
three years in Hell.
JAMES BONASORO CARRIE BORRETTI MARK BORGSTEEDE ROBERT BOURQUE
Stoneham Hi h was an ex erience. I'll never for et: Ste hen, 41121765 I'll never forget: The bike ride to Happiness is: Becoming an uncleg
Many thanks to B.P. for all her
help. I enjoyed doing the Senior
Class play this year. My favorite
teacher was M.G. Iwill never
forget P.W. and all the good
times we had together. Upon
graduation I plan to become a
Jr. and Sr. Proms - '76, '77:
cheering: C.C.C.C.g1.C.F.: S30
purchase: Bullfrog Weekend:
Bats: "Hit the brakes, Kate!"g
The Truck: Stoneham Shuffle:
F.T.F.W.: "Let's keep in
touch"g skiing: Hampton:
Commonwealth Ave.: "Over
that hill .... "g "What's your
word": "Good job, Pat"g
Happiness is: M.G.M.g close
friends: J.D.g A.R.g J.Y.: P.D.:
people you can trust
Pet Peeve: Fudgeman
Canada: Mr. A's Electricity
Class and working in the
getting out at 12110: Summers!!!
Misery is: Getting a locker that
doesn't work three years in a
row: having an empty gas tank
with an empty wallet
Pet Peeve: Having no time for
I'll never forget: April 2, '77 with
S.D.: September 14, 1977,
Suppressed desire: A steady
girlfriend: to go on a long trip: to
get a new 1978 car
Future: Work and service
Comment: Don't put off tomorrow
what you can do today, because
if you. enjoy it today you can do
it again tomorrow.
Dreams of the past: J.H. 8L E.C.
and me 1974 trio: J.H. English
paper 763 Sha-na-na Day with
J.H.: Blue Devil: B.H.: B.M.
Suppressed desire: To retire at 35:
Misery: Worling and not getting
anywhere: Monday morning.
Pet Peeve: People who don't pay
Future Plans: College: own
Happiness is: Graduating: going out
and having a good time:
Quote: "Live each day as it comes,
tomorrow may never come."
Memories: medfa Corrine, P.I.,
wedsten, The gang 115176,
l0!20l77, 10!22!77. 9!9l77, SPS.
what a sin, S.C., D.D., Partying
Pet Peeve: getting lost, saying gjood
Happiness is: Mark, tme triends,
Comment: Good Luck to the Class
of "78": CSMAJ
Live each day well, for tomorrow
will heaven be the same as
KENNETH BOWDIDGE LEANORA BURR
PHILLIP BRIENZE ROBERT BUSTEED
MICHAEL BROWN SHARON BUTLER
DOREEN BUCCHERI CARMEN CAFASSO
Happiness is: Dickie, Friends,
Long nights, Family.
I'll Never Forget: 413176, 5!24!77.
Diane's, work, BC l!8!77,
Hampton, Brenda's JP, 1!1l75,
Stoneham Shuffle, Laconia.
Pet Peeve: Fighting with people I
love. People who are late.
Surpressed Desire: To be happy
Future Plans: Key Puncher, Airline
Comment: I love you world.
Happiness is: Friday night when it's
time to relax. Neighborhood
Misery is: "License and
Pet Peeve: Classic, Good Snap,
Quote: "Stop or I'll blow your head
off" Oct. 31, 1975
Future Plans: College or Bookie
I'll Never Forget: Mr. Meade
Happiness is: Tony
I'll Never Forget: 10!1!76, 7!l4!77,
"Showing Affection," The
Cape, Nooks and Crannies,
H.C., M.A., C.C., A.B., H.C.,
Telephone poles, Herpies,
"Happiness is a dreamer who
dreams, dreams and is ready to
pay the price to make them
Surpressed Desire: to become a
dental floss tycoon
Happiness is: Good people, parties,
Misery is: Helene in H.R., thirsty
Memories: Bush diving with Augie,
midnight sprinkles, the roaring
blaze, 10!27l77, Scarpa!!
Quote: "You see things as they are,
and you ask Why? But I dream
things that never were, and ask,
Memories: M.L., my garage,
herpies, S.P., D.D., L.M.,
D.F., M.M., K.C., D.H., S.B.,
38 kisses, "DRILL"
Comment: In your world there was
a king, he once said, "I have a
dream," now there's a man who
knew the secret.
Surpressed Desire: To find the end
of the rainbow,
Happiness is: Weekends
Misery is: Working to midnight on a
I'll Never Forget: Sept. 23,
1977-my summons-my senior
Pet Peeve: Buddy, Moody
Future Plans: College
Quote: "Do you swear to tell the
truth, the whole truth and
nothing but the truth, So help
By Middlesex District
Clerk of Courts
May 12, 1977
Memories: 7!l7!76, Plays, accident,
B.B., chase, Abes, Amy, Paul,
Shaz S.J., Mo, outrageous!
Happiness: Jimmy, Nancy,
Annette, Family, Jackie,
dancing, The B and M, A stage!
Comment: Deal with it!
'LTO everyone who might have
thought that I was crazy but
gave me the room to enjoy the
fact that I probably am . . . I
love you." Melissa
HELENE CAFASSO CHERYL CAPRARO
JOHN CAMERON MICHAEL CARNEY
SANDRA CAMPBELL LARRY CARPENITO
MARIO CANTONE HOLLY CARROLL
Happiness is: a person who cares,
to love, Ralph. a close friend,
Memories: N.Y,E. "77", Jr. Prom,
B.P. house Sunday. out with
girls, P.G,, C.D., K.M., K.O.,
D.P., P.L., Block dance, DD
with K.M., P.U., 5l22!76,
Comment: It's better by far to look
ahead and smile than to look
back and cry.
Quote: Let today embrace the past
with remembrance and the
future with longing.
Happiness: being with close
Memories: family, Lewis'
neighborhood, D.P., K.O.,
CCCC, breaking loose with
A.M., K.M., dribble, Good job!
J.H., gymnastics, blizzard with
J.S., Sun. at B.P., N.Y.E.,
Pet Peeve: not knowing truth from
Dreams of the Past: Hawaii,
Chicago and Beachboys Con-
certs, The Cottage, Summer of
"75", Florida, Quincy, Rip-Off
Canada, ll!8l75, Laps
Misery is: Rain and The Frizzes'
Suppressed Desire: To meet Paul
Pet Peeve: Someone taking every-
thing and giving nothing!
Quote: 'AA friend is one who know
you as you are, understands
where you've been, accepts
who you've become, and still
gently invites you to grow."
CAROL ANN CASCIO
Nick Name: Tweety, Rocko
Suppressed Desire: To own my
own Pizza shop, To play in the
To Forget: CJAWSJ Papa Gino's
Never Forget: soccer parties at
A.P. and J.H. and Mary H.
Pet Peeve: Being cut up
Quote: Are you serious, in your
Happiness was: scoring my first
Happiness is: Friday nights with
Memories: S.P. Quack Quack, H C
Blueberry, Pine forest - 76,
74-75 - P.A. Cindy, Most of all
B.S. l0!l5l76 MA - LS - get-
Happiness: Michael, good friends
Misery: Rainy weekends
Quote: To live your life in your way
. . . to reach for the goals you
have set for yourself . . . to be
the you that you want to be -
That is success
Dreams of the past: The Abbotts,
cross country, pop warner foot-
ball, summer of 76 as a
lifeguard, The Fuimara's
Happiness: good memories, friends
you can trust, having a place to
go, mature girls, good parties,
Misery is: broken promises, flunk-
Comment: Do sports, not drugs
Suppressed Desire: Mrs. Abbott 24
Pet Peeve: People that think their
better than someone else
Future Plans: Policeman
Happiness is: Jim, looking forward
to 12125, traveling
I'll never forget: Ann, Sharon, Ka-
ren, Summer of 76, "Mobil" out
of town friends,
Misery is: big cars, waiting for let-
ters, window next to S.B.,
Suppressed Desire: to own a
Comment: wait four years
"3.50 and no
I'll never forget: Broadway cita-
tion, the side of J's car, Soccer
Misery is: Coming to school after
11:00 on day of game
Future Plans: To become Mr.
KAREN ANN CHRISTIE
Happiness is: Partying with friends,
School vacations 8: being with
the one you love
Misery is: SCHOOL!!! Diamond
Rings and not being able to use
the car until you quit smoking.
Suppressed Desire: To know the
Pet Peeve: Snobs 8L hypocrits
I'll never forget: My junior year
when I missed 107 days. My se-
nior year when I did everything
and got away with nothing. And
good friends like, Joanne F.,
Denise E., 8L Kathy C.
Future Plans: To become rich and
Dreams of the past: He said know-
ingly! Look at the Lumber! Rid-
ing in the Buffalo Caddy
Pet Peeve: Parrots
Misery is: dunbarton .Iune 20, 21 8L
22, night of 4!30!77
I'll never forget: The bomb, camp-
ing trip, B.B., BFD, FSFC, 220,
friends, INSYAM, the dance
C-H, football games, G.S.
twice: after you, my dear Al-
phonse: a K'-jerk".
Happiness is: friends like Flea.
Pet Peeve: homeroom
Misery is: 5!28!77
Quote: "Lose your dreams and you
will lose your mind"
MARTHA L. CLABBY
Memories: M.S. 8l29!77, Frampton,
trips to U.N.H., Bad Co. with
Aerosmith .... trying to re-
member, The good times in
E.W. with the best offriends, no
where to go "Lee" lO!l5!77
Misery is: getting lost
Happiness is: long talks, family,
Pet Peeve: Phony smiles
Quote: Ulf you see someone with
out a smile, give him one of
Suppressed Desire: For once to be
PATRICIA COMFORT EDWARD CONLEY MICHAEL CONNERTY BERNARD CORBETT
Memories: R.L., Everyone in front!
55 Penny Lane, Fatique
Pet Peeve: Piat, Hi Backs!
I'll never forget: BACWEBB,
BGBIB, B52, Dunkins, Rubber
band man snowbanks, underwa-
ter kitchens, Switzerland, F.
Elaine, JCOM, D 8L G, Life in
Generalmente, house parties,
7f23f77, B. sign, skinbags,
Wayne Wong, A.W.'s parties,
TSOSM, chappy, blue nun nite,
OOLL, MIAN, soph. yr., vari-
ous types, H7G, The Hsix
pack", S.P.S., "What's your
word?" "Good job, Carr"
Suppressed Desire: To walk hum-
bly with my God.
Future Plans: Homeward Bound
Comments: When you taste from
the new nine you'll throw away
I'll never forget: tiger, Bddie-
Bddie-Bddie theatre blocke,
Holly R. Nona S.
Happiness: September 17, 77 Hap-
piest when with L.D.
Misery is: Bunco, Electricity class,
no snow, Rt. 89 in Vermont
Memories: Stoneham News, snow
plowing, Marque at Stoneham
Future Plans: Electrical Engineer-
Pet Peeve: Getting up for work at
Quote: "Don't take good friends for
I'll never forget: Sox, Fenway, BU
4 in a row, Brown Arena, NY
'77, Belushi, Danny, Chevy
and Bill, neighborhood, Reed,
classics, Snaps, G'nts, Concerts
Mexico, UN '77, Telly, Ferd's
N.H. 74 8L 77, Stones, l2!3l!77,
Happiness is: Frosty weekends,
late at night, all my buddies.
Misery is: Early Morning.
Suppressed Desire: To be a
NRFPTP, opposite Keith
Comment: There is a modicum of
comfort in knowing that the next
world war will be the last one.
Happiness is: the whole family
together, being an uncle-finally
Misery is: double sessions, rain,
seeing the Sox swept by the
Yankees in New York
I'll never forget: Reed, Nick, l!9!77
Pet Peeve: Writing Senior
Comments in October, Miss
Lindgren looking over my
Future Plans: To be independantly
I'll always remember: Grotonwood,
ooorrrppp!!! eat fish! J.C.O.M.,
skiing! The presence of my
Comment: 'tl can't seel'
Happiness is: Yet day by day the
Lord pours out his steadfast
love upon me, and through the
night I sing his songs and pray to
god who gives me life.
Memories: mar, APPLESlj.j.m.,
veging, OOORRRPPP!!!, eat
fishl, class '77, W.V, - N.H.,
my pal P.P., L.G.!, Chicago,
Rocky, good buddies, J.T.,
faith, Wings, life in general!
Comment: you don't have to be one
of them to be part of them.
Pet Peeve: garbage!
Quote: Everyone can reach his
goal, if he can think, wait and
Happiness is: being with Lee
I'll never forget: Lee, 413176,
5!24!77, Friends, getting lost,
710 LB. tuna, 204
Pet Peeve: people who say, I want
Comments: Being accepted for
what you are feels great, But
accepting people for what they
are feels even better.
DAVID CORCORAN ALAN CROMWELL
KATHRYN P. CORKUM MICHAEL CRONIN
MARY E. CORMIER TERESA CROSBY
RICHARD COVELL ELIZABETH CUMMINGS
Happiness is: Getting what you
want out of life
Pet Peeve: Having to think up Pet
Misery is: Rain, Not seeing the
Dallas Cheerleaders at least
once a week.
I'll never forget: my summer in
Toronto, Carnival Ball, 7!4!76,
Quote: "Always be what you are,
and you will succeed."
Happiness is: snow days,
Christmas vacation, drumming
Misery is: Monday morning
homeroom Chemistry Lab with
Future Plans: To graduate from
college. To live in New
Quote: "Anything that can go
wrong, will go wrong."
I'll never forget: Peter, The zoo,
C.B., C.O., B.H., J.H., D.D.,
Misery is: Cliffs at breakheart, duck
ponds, Larry wickline, working
on Saturday mornings
Quote: I never let school interfere
with my education.
Happiness is: Freedom, Seeing
Memories: Maine, Malden, Lake,
J.C., Summer! D.C., AAMRR,
M.M., getting lost W.F., M.'?,
partyin' with friends, Cousinsl,
Desire: To find reality . . .
Quote: . .For long you live and
high you fly And smiles you'll
give and tears you'll cry
And all you touch and all you see Is
all your life will ever be . .
Comment: "What are you on,
Suppressed Desire: Happiness,
Pet Peeve: rainy weekends and no
Future Plans: College
Memories: summers, '74-77' at the
Happiness is: Cape Cod
Memories: J.A., B.M., T.M., B.P.,
S.P., J.S., M.S., V.T. -
Toronto, Coldbrook, 5!31!77,
alarms, Bananas on Irish spring,
Flying in halls, '76 band
Comments: Uh . . . yah, I don't
know what to say!, I'm so
Pet Peeve: Being misunderstood
without an explanation fD.D.J
Quote: "Don't be sad 'cause your
sun is down" J.T.
1'll always remember: the up and
down's of my sophomore year,
breaking the snag record, Nazzs
and Whoopie couldn't have
done it better
Blueberry is worst comes to worst.
Sunnyhurst, where the action
isn't. To take a Slow ride.
Living in a boat summer "77",
The Unconquerable Class!
I'll never forget: Michael, l2!l0!74,
The park, C.B., T.C., B.P.,
T.R., M.T., J.B., G.F.,
Partying, Joey's, The Zoo.
B.H., M.C., J.H,, C,O., BS.,
THE STONES, North Reading,
Pet Peeve: Where are you girls
supposed to be?
Quote: There's been good times,
There's been bad times,
I had my share of hard times
PAUL CURTAIN SANDRA DART
KATHRYN DAIGLE CHARLENE DAVIDSON
STEPHEN D'ANGELO RUSSELL DAVIES
DEBRA DANIELI ELLEN DAWSON
Happiness is: Good Friends and
Memories: Yoo-hoo!, curbs,
mai-tais, Manny, canoe?
canoe?, sheepfold, Chicago, the
esplanade, spiders, Jack, loose
hubcaps, 4fl0, Chilly, agricola,
rollercoaster ride, bionic bag
boy, Riumite, Rumors
Misery is: Seven in the Tin Cat
Quote: Tho' lost to sight, to mem'ry
dear Thou ever wilt remain.
I'll never forget: Duncklee d's,
"crystal weekends", draining
kegs 9117, Jr. Prom "doughnuts
on way to Rockpor1".S30
purchase and run, squad 77,
talking with B.A. at H.I., J.J,'s
car, D.W,N.L., skiing Canada,
Rocky, Bullwinkle, murdering
snowmen, 10120, Wells Beach,
Happiness is: Being together,
Maine summers, Cape Cod,
Memories: Provuscus, Illegal
bowling with P.C., Drama
club-cast parties, C.C. Biggs
Summer of '77 - W.D.W.,
Florida with T,M., PARTIES
Sayings: If you love someone and
you let them go:
If they come back, they will always
If they don't come back, they were
Happiness is: Having Tom as my
l'll never forget: A certain Guy,
Sharon, B.A., S.P.S., J.W.,
"Happy Together," Trips, F.Y.
D.M.'s, M.R,'s, 9:00. l!8!77,
305777, M.D.C., E.D,'s, Z8 at
30, B.O.'s, S.D.'s All nighters,
Long Beach, Hampton,
"Unbelievable", S.D. D.G.,
L.S., C.M., Skip's B. sign, P.C.
"skunk," J.H., D.D. 10!l5!77,
Happiness is: my family, close
Quote: nothing dries faster than a
Comment: What a Riot
I'll never forget: 28 at 30, Villinora,
"the Dinner was Delicias",
Canada 2, Beach Days of 77, DJ
D S E D C L J M L B.
Quote: You've got to get up every
morning with a smile! on your
face, and show the world, all the
love in your heart"
I'll never forget: All the good times
Happiness is: studys with Joe and
Future Plans, Work
Comment: Why me Lord, What did
I ever do.
Quote: A hungry man is not a free
Dreams of the past: Lunches with
Joe and the boys.
Happiness is: peanut butter and
I'll never forget: The Bomb, C-h,
Cyclops, Beep-Beep, G,S twice,
Ann's printing press. The king is
a FINK!!! JJWQ
Suppressed Desire: to grow
Misery is: mornings, decisions
Quote: Within you there is a still-
ness and santuary to which you
can retreat at any time and be
Misery is: looking in the rear view
mirrow and seeing blue lights
I'll never forget: 3 L's, Cape in U76
8: 77" Logic, the Head, B.D.,
J.D., K.D., J.R.,
Pet Peeve: Devil, Mushroom,
BRIAN DENEHY NOREEN D'ENTREMONT JOSEPH DePIERRO JULIEANN DeSISTO
"I am a mystery to myself- Memories: Bull frog weekend, 3
Always changing, Always holding
back something of myself,
Always searching for who I am"!
a.m., Stoneham Shuffle, Rick
who?, F.T.F.W., monsoons,
M.L.B., "Let's keep in touch",
"Over that hill . . Junior and
Senior Proms '77, skiing, bats,
Pennsylvania, S.C., Hampton,
Commonwealth Ave, Cattle
Crossing, summer '77, 28 at 30,
Happiness is: Close friends who
care, C.B., J.Y., A.R., P.D.
Misery is: the station
I'll never forget: Good times with
J.C., P.C., L.M., R.V., B52,
Ann's parties, N.H., B A C W P
B B, an underwater kitchen,
J.H., Rec., Blue Nun Night, the
"six-pack", OOL, R.L.
Pet Peeve: 'LOh Elaine," Mayberry
Memories: Aerosmith 76, Naqog
6l25!77, summer 77, vettes, pin-
ball, Cranes beach, the field,
"hey D', 4!l6!77, double date'n
. . . you light up my life . ..
Happiness is: pepperoni pizza, ice
Suppressed Desire: race driver
Future plans: 7 College 7, modeling
Misery is: D.N.'s cut knuckles
Quote: It is far better to look ahead
and smile than to look back and
NEVER FORGET: May 24, 1977 lgl
Disneyland 10177 Happiest with
Future Plans: Engineering
Favorite Pastime: Sleeping
Dreams of the past: The rest of my
life with B.L.F. and June 1978
Famous Quote: "Who"'?
I'll never forget: Wizzin, good
friends like K.T. 8L M.H.,
Smiles, gists, gossy scenes -
goats, south, J.H. 8: the abyss,
food 85 the Awe. "GO ROWE"
- cheering, chorale, pun city -
SHS, sits, the beach-dippin,
dude 8L the priests, jazzstones,
the Cape, boothin 8L men.
Quote: "Life is a Banquet , . . take
Time to Taste it fully."
Happiness: holding hands 8L shar-
ing hearts, talking with K,M.
I'll never forget: summer '75, Ma-
rian's, P.F. - 76. D F M M S P
K R C C H C, BS behind the
OH, Blueberry, M.D., Tennis
- JW, "Let's steal a car"
Pet Peeve: being skinny '
Comment: I will paint myself with
love lgl, happiness to keep the
Suppressed Desire: to be an Indian.
Comment: Ya really
Future Plans: Legal Secretary
Pet Peeve: Rainy weekends
Remember: Summer at W.H.B.,
Fred, The Ace
Quote: "Take your time, think a
lot, for you will still be here to-
morrow but your dreams may
Happiness is: Fred, The beach
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gy by who really care, J.D., A.R.,
V "W U,45,J.Y.,C.B.,L.A.,and those who
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4234 - I Misery is: Buddies
Q Memories: All the great times 84
N W ,T Vg 7 ,115 if fantastic people, Bullfrog
ff" A, A A weekend, Stoneham Shuffle the
f's1x-pack", over that hill . . .,
f5i.zy4iyff1lt' Letls keep in touch, FFFW, 28
,,f ,gtg at 30, Commonwealth Ave.
ew' ' C B.O.B., Volleyball Aya XL
gfffi Marta, Basketball, Dot, Clab,
Jeanne, Sue, Softball, Juniors
,B Comment: OH WOW!
I'll never forget: Special times with
Timmy 7!25!76, Hampton "77",
"your arrested" E.D., L.S.,
C.M., D.G., Longbeach,
I S.P.S., LMC, Baltimore,
Twirps, Jr. Prom, All nighters,
28 at 30. D.D. - l0!15!77, Ellen,
Cheryl, Laura. "unbelievable",
a special friend.
Comment: We do not remember
days we remember moments.
The moments maybe temporary but
the memories are forever.
Happiness: John, being on time,
Memories: l2!25!76, An's P, B-sign,
B-52, Charlestown, 28 at 30,
spikedogs, Rec. WlK.E., H.S.
W!A.W., 57 Club, l ear for
shoes, Hampton, 6-pack, Bart's
Cottage, Switzerland, N,Y.
Eve, R.L., Boz Scaggs,
Pet Peeve: "Simple"
Misey Is: Rhonda's Head
Quote: At the end oflife we shall be
examined on love.
Memories: Ski trips, Long Beach,
Mornings rides, New
Hampshire. Tennis, Three
knocks Nuetral No-shows,
Quote: Take your time, think alot,
Think of everything you've got,You
will still be here tomorrow
But your dreams may not.
PAULA DOHERTY ROBERT DONAHOE
SHARON DOHERTY TIMOTHY DONAVAN
JACQUELINE DOLAN LYNNE DRINKWATER
ELLEN DONAGHEY DANIEL DUFFY
TO Ma and Dad thanks
Misery is: 5 a.m., W.C.C.,
"Wheres your pass"
Happiness is: Brillo
Pet Reeve: Buddy's
Won't forget: C.P. Chase, W.C.C.,
There's no hot water,
Winchester 2 a.m., Naz
Suppressed Desire: Do it right the
first time keep your fears to
yourself but share your courage.
Happiness is: Mississippi, Sadie, an
eagle on 6, Family, A crazy guy!
Misery is: A hyper Chicken, certain
words, the hill, A:C+C, The
explosion of gas into ones face.
Pet Peeve: Lester
I'll never forget: 3!28!77, Dad
Future plans: College
Quote: "I'm one step ahead, the
lord's on my side,"
Never forget: friends from Everett,
Cherrywharf, Experiences in
Breakheart, Summer of '77,
Sour home away from home"
Misery is: Complete boredom
Happiness is: always having a close
friend by your side when you
need them. '
Comment: When in doubt of a
decision, don't do it.
Quote: Absence makes the heart
Comment: What's up Doc?
Pet Peeve: Not having enough
money at the right time.
Misery is: Loving someone who
doesn't love back.
I'll never forget: F.H., N.H. M.H.
EZ., D.G., N.A., S.E.,
Happiness is: Barbra Streisand,
Happiness is: weekends, the
neighborhood, summer, friends.
Pet Peeve: phony people, buddy,
people with connections
I'll never forget: senior year, sixth
game of the '75 series. Florida,
the Cape, Tiny's'R.H., the
Comment: Look at yourself before
you look at others
Future plans: College
Misery is: Easting school lunches
Happiness is: June 4
Quote: War is hell
Future Plans: College, Military
Pet Peeve: A warm can of beer
HECK" was involved in track.
cross-country, and the bicycle
club. Fondly remembers the
indoors track semi-finals and
finals. Favorite class was home
ec. with Mrs. Kloss. Enjoys
skiing and ice skating.
Pet Peveve: cold weather and
dancing. Prizes his friends,
Future Plans: theology
Happiness is: Being with good
friends and having a family like
Memories: 9 yrs. in SPS, - Phil. 75
house parties, LDOS WIJD,
Karl, WIK, Hampton, f. Elaine
Bon is back, B-52, Stoneham
Shuffle, Chappy, C.M.W.!3B
Comment: Just be yourself
Future Plans: College, airlines
PETER DUGAN DENISE EMERY
JOHN DURGIN III STEPHEN ERAMO
DAVID ECCLES PHYLLIS FABIANO
KAREN EDGERLY GLENN FARRELL
Happiness is: weekends, not being
grounded, being with friends.
Times to remember: Weekends at
Peggy's house l0!8!77, New
Years Eve l0!3l!76. and Sunny
Love is: Bobby ll!2l!76
Pet Peeve: report to office, sitting in
C block English
Misery is: seeing Mrs. Barry first
thing in the morning
Things to remember: Mr. Lurveys
E Block Class
Satin, Sturburge Village, E
Journalism, 9!l3!99. Abbott's
Future Thoughts: Going to
England, Get English Degree
Happiness is: Weekends
Pet Peeve: ll9
Suppressed Desire: Stealing a
"STAR WARS" film
Misery is: Math Class
Quote: To everything that might
have been-to everything that
I'll never forget: May l7th, 1975 at
Pet Peeve: Getting undressed for
gym. work after school
Comment: The change wasn't as
bad as I thought it would be
Misery is: The 10:30 dates
Happiness is: Mark
Happiness is: Family, friends, and
I'll never forget: all my coaches, the
cafeteria "Jackie", rummy
raiders, technical foul shot vs.
Suppressed Desire: To do a 360
slam dunk, make the states
Future Plans: College, law en-
Pet Peeve: The Bruins
Comment: I dedicate my yearbook
to the best, my mother and fa-
Memories: Munching in Psych., lst
period in the caf., C.R's late
parties, talks with Mrs. R. Cent-
ral '77, What happened to our
brownies KJ? Best times were
summers at Hampton with P.H.
They seemed like difficult years
with many changes but great
times and happy memories.
I'll Never forget: Family, Donovan,
D.P., Neighborhood, cottage
"77". Freshman year New
Year's, the gang.
Pet Peeve: Noses, Hair, The Cow-
Misery is: sidelines, losing when
you know you've won.
Suppressed Desire: To cross that
Comment: Ah DO IT!
Quote: t'Let's get small!!"
MICHAEL FARREN IRENE FAYLE STEVEN FERRETTI
I'll never forget: All the parties up
Unicorn and in Tom's cellar,
The last day of school party up
Unicorn June 76, Camping up
the cascades Aug. 77, Bonnie
Raitt at Lenox 8!2l!77, Colum-
bus Day weekend up Tom's cot-
tage, Italy, Natzis
Comment: You got to put on your
Misery is: Disco
-ff W wg , .Ld Q.
I'll never forget: 'tBen", Durgin's
car, sleeping in a Cramberry
Bog, Charleneas party 9!l7!77,
Rubber Head, Duncklee D,
BJ., Jim's car
Comment: I ain't never drinking
Quote: You better quit not, because
you got a long way to go.
KELLY FITZGERALD MICHAEL FITZGERALD DEBORAH FITZPATRICK
Memories: The Carswells, 8l22!75, Memories: Dunklee Ave., Lady I Memories: Villanova, 28 at 30, B.F.
The opal 5!8!76, 3!25!77, J.V., just work here, Albatross JAM. and, Al, dreams, D.M.'s house,
L.S.,J1m and Beth, Running in Quote: "You are like me. Within Michael, l!7!77, Charlie's
the rain, One of 5, 1998, E.B., you there is a stillness and sanc- Angels, yat yat, long talks
Pet Peever Kel tuary, to which you can retreat Quote: You see things as they are
Happiness is: Mark and Friday at anytime and be yourself, Just and ask why? But I dream things
wN1ghts as I can. that never were, and ask why
Misery is: Car Troubles Yet few people have that capacity not?
Quote: Life comes a day at a time . . and yet everyone could have it" Comment: Everything isn't any-
And fhafis the Way YO enjoy ii- thing if its not what you want.
Happiness is: Linda, CJF, Gold
Misery is: BAMA
I'll never forget: Birds in the
Toots in Margarita's class
Pet Peeve: Rats, Most Gullible
Quote: Sometimes I feel like I've
been tied to the whipping post.
I'll never forget: "USU, Hampton
"77", Janet, Kevin, on the cliff,
joke on C.R, Chicago, Ana, Ka-
ren, the sound of cleats Hallo-
ween '75, Lyons'
Happiness is: My friends 84 my fam-
Misery is: saying good-bye, I did it
Comment: Your only as pretty as Cori?'iiieri1t: . . .ain't it good to know
you feel. Future Plans: that you've got a friend.
DAVID FLEMMING DARLENE FLORINO CYNTHIA FLYNN ROBERT FOLEY
Memories: Summer 77, Billerica,
getting lost on Route 93,
I'll never forget: S.A., S.G., K.M.,
S.M., D.S., L.S., church yard
Quote: Live for today, tomorrow
might be better.
Misery: rainy days, waiting
Suppressed Desire: To own a
Pet Peeve: cootchie, bummed out,
"mor," 'tyou're so rude"
Happiness is: Ann
Misery is: blue lights, in rear view
mirror, Waking up, Friday
I'll never forget: l0!26!76, 9ll!75,
Halloween, "67" Belair, "73"
ELDY, .l.V. 8L V, Soccer, 16,
Nick, The Lake, coming back
from N.H., Jim, A.B., D.S.
Suppressed Desire: Beating
Quote: "Nothing is impossible if
you put your mind to it"
Future Plans: College, E.E.
I'll never forget: Family, Old East
School, Wakefield 76, Mac's
Car, Rides Home from football,
Night before Winchester 77,
Miele's, PATS 76, A.R. Belli
Happiness is: Beating Melrose
Misery is: Mondays, Algebra
Comment: He thinks he's playing
Pet Peeve: Phony People
Quote: Time is truly a daily wonder
and unless you use it, you are
I'll never forget: Bob, The Yellow
Bomber, Florida, Blueberry
Hill, D.D., M.M., S.P. C.C.,
Happiness is: being with Bob,
having friends you can count on.
Winning at Bingo
Quote: Friendship is a two way
track, one is paved with love,
the other with understanding.
I'll never forget: "Genacari",
Family, feathers, Majorettes,
phoofies. L'Lee", Toronto77,
Kitty's, License test, l0!l5!77,
Happiness is: Friends, Family,
feathers, dances, music,
summer. football games
Misery is: N.B., cold hands, not
twirling, Mondays. 8:00 a.m.
Future Plans: College
Quote: Doubt whom you will, but
never doubt yourself,
Christian Nestell Bovel
Happiness: Tony, TRUE
Memories: Maureen, SPS '76,
J.H., LA's, CM's, D.M.'s Aug
18, Twirps, M.O., C.T,, B.M..
S.D., Ls.. Ep., M.R. -
C.M., C.C.C.C., S30
Quote: Oh, mirror in the sky
What is Love
Can the child within my heart rise
Can I sail through the changing
Can I handle the seasons of my life.
Misery is: Trying to understand
, , x ,,
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DENISE FROTTEN ARLENE GOODE
DEBRA GARLAND FRANCIS GOULD
LISA GIANNOCCARI ELIZABETH GRANFIELD
DOREEN GILMARTIN JOYCE GRANT
I'll Never Forget: summers in
Windham, Amirnoffs, Being
lost . . . Biddeford'?, Two to
Quote: To be yourself in a world
which is doing its best nite and
day, to make you everybody
Means to fight the hardest battle
any human being can fight and
never stop fighting.
I'll never forget: Santana concert
'77, The Zoo, The Balck
Happiness is: Free Bird, Me and
My Monte, Toots
Misery is: The Little Stand
Porky's Party, Chorale Banquet,
Chorale, The Zoo., ll, Kelly 8a
Mark, 3!25!77, one of 5, runnin'
in the rain Pat, Bermuda
Happiness ls: Jim, Days Off, Good
Quote: Of all the things which
wisdom provides to make life
entirely happy, Much the
greatest is the possession of
Memories: Ms. Nat's degressions,
backstage, Uncle Tony's Band,
summer of 76, Toronto 4 points,
Senior Prom 77, Junior year,
5l6f77, G.M., M.A.D,,
I will never forget Mrs. Kathleen
Kennedy. If it wasn't for her I
would never have graduated
with confidence in myself or the
things I do. I will never forget
any of my friends from school.
Memories: 28 at 30, beach days,
Atlantis, 3!25!77, 5!5!77, Canada
76, 77, allnighters, J.H.,
Stoneham Shuffle, l0!l4!77, 5
a.m., - I.M.F., 1!l!76 White
Limousine, Sunday Excursions
Happiness is: John, Loving and
being loved skiing.
Pet Peeve: Gossip, 20 Questions
Quote: Do not pray for an easy life,
Pray to be a stong person.
I'll never forget: HThe
neighborhood" 6 in a V.W.,
N.Y.E. '77, Backdoors, Those
J.H. dances W!R.M., "Empty",
Jute's car, W.T.B.
Happiness is: Maine, Friends like
Cheryl, Nights out Wlthe girls,
D.P., K.O., P.L., C.C., J.S.,
C.D., 6 yrs. W!K.S.
Pet Peeve: Discussions, manhole
Misery is: All at once!
Suppressed Desire: Make up my
Memories: Lexington '72, J.H.'s, in
the instrument room, Ms. Nat's,
6 years in marching band, lOl
ways to ruin a clarinet,
Thanksgiving '75, P.H., French
with Fred, P,B. -too quickly
gone, Toronto, Drama Club,
Friday's and Friendlys, Life at
B.M.V., S.D. - all nighters -
Quote: The screams the tears the
Lessons we learned in human
1.zQ2.ef:e...s,a2 - I
KENNETH GRAVES THOMAS GUILD
JOYCE GREEN BRIAN GUILFOYLE
PENNY GRIFFITH JOSEPH GUILFOYLE
MARYJANE GRUBB RENEE GULLETTE
I'll never forget: MAA storeis, Mt.
Cardigan '76 8t '77, Bright Boy,
the experiment. Labor Day
Supressed Desire: "To grow"
Quote: "Unless a tree has borne
blossoms in spring you will
vainly look for fruit on it in
August W. Hare
Comment: Who me?
I'll Never Forget: The good times in
E Block study, Eric Con stage,
sophomore year, munching in
Paych Friendly arguments with
a friend, the weekend in Maine,
Pet Peeve: 7 a.m. weekday
Quote: "Some people are going to
like me and some people are
not, so I might as well be me,
Then at least I'll know that the
people who like me, like ME!
Future plans: Child Psychologist
I'll Never Forget: Weefer brawls,
J.P., Hampton "77", Death
Comment: We're all crazy, some
just hide it better than others
Misery is: Two japs, Eddie, Sid I
don't believe it,
Pet Peeve: Buc, H. man, Beatens,
Suppressed Desire: Co-star in Dirty
Quote: "Though I walk through the
Valley of Darkness, I fear no
evil, because I'm the meanest
son of a --- in the valley.
Memories: summers at G.H.,
backstage, save it for the cast
pany, Toronto 77 Uncle Tony's
band, summer K'77" at B.M.V.,
Drama "75", "76", "77" Fri-
day nights at Friendly's, Jr.
Prom "77". New England Re-
search Development Staff.
Happiness is: Being with HThe
THOMAS GUNNING MICHAEL HADLEY MARY JEAN HALEY
Memories: Bizzin, K.T., M.D.,
Cheering ICF, HAbyss" gists
"Go Rowe!" N.H.T.B.,
Moodys - Maine - G.K., P E
Z M M, Mauswars, staregoats,
'tDudhood priest", Awe, South,
Quote: L'Far away in the sunshine
are your highest aspirations.
You may not reach them, but
you can look up and see their
beauty, believe in them, and try
to follow where they lead."
MARY ANGELA HALLEY
PERRY HAMLYN DAVID HARRINGTON THOMAS HARRISON ALISON HARTUNG
Memories: Maine Summers at W -
K.B., L.S. and B.M.V., Life at
Big B,K., 'tSave it for the Cast
Party", Toronto's Skyline
Hotel, Centerfolds and Movie
Screens, explosions in Chemis-
Suppressed Desire: To walk the line
Quote: t'Love and hate are both
four letter words. But one is
heaven, the other HELL."
Memories: 7!8!77, J.V., and V.
Soccer, The Famous Foursome,
good times in the neighborhood
Happiness is: K.D., Friday and
Saturday nights, good friends,
Misery is: Wind sprints, Saturday
morning practices after a good
Comment: "There is no such thing
as a sure thing."
- Oscar Madison
I'll Never Forget: Duncklee Ave. . .
unbelievable, Dave, Rocky,
Karen, Bonnie, June, Mouse,
Duncklee derelicts, Suzanne,
Corrine, hockey, early mornings
on the tracks with Jane, 9!l7!77
good cracker, July 4th,
Chatan, Plum Island, Delta,
Happiness is: 413177 national
Misery is: C.G.
Comment: We can always go' to
I'll Never Forget: A certain howl,
Spiders, I can't see, Rumors,
This car is blessed! curbs, IO!
15!77, baby, concerts, sheep-
fold, shortcuts, Chille, Hawaii,
Everett Excuse me, yoohoo,
coathanger, Hi! How ya doing?
I know my limit, bump, D's
driving lesson, I have you
trained, Manners, Cave man
Misery is: Listening to J.P., getting
carriages at Star.
I'll Never Forget: Benny, geez,
Muess method, JV Baseball and
all the other stupid things I've
Future: Hopefully to be rich while
Comment: As the president said to
his boys, L'I'll have to erase this
Memories: Mario, Fay, Danny,
Anne, Nancy, D.G., S.E., FZ.,
N.A., Linda, Lakeside Villa,
Kowloon, Jr. Prom The
Pet Peeve: Slow dancing
Happiness is: friends, Barbra
Desire: live in a mobile home or
New York City
Quote: "No one can make you feel
inferior without your consent."
Future: College, Job.
Memories: Michael. Danny, Anne.
Frank, Nancy. Linda. Linda.
Lynne, Jr. Prom, Kowloon,
Badminton after dark, the gang
Suppressed Desire: to be love by
the people whom I love.
Pet Peeve: When you are telling the
truth and no one believes you.
Quote: "In the time of your life -
I'll Never Forget: To call Cheryl, Misery is: knees,crutches, Monday
"Heg", Where is Boston, Cape
- sponges .I.D., Gym Lobby, Future: College, to make a fortune,
Favorite Juniors, Friends, 24
to own a Ferrari.
hour ordeal CP.L.J, Ground Happiness is: Fridays, June 4, 1978
Round Quote: "Speak softly and carry a
Quote: "To achieve all that is pos- big stick."
sible we must attempt the im-
possible - to be as much as we
can be, we must dream of being
Comments: M.B. and E.C. and me. Past Times: 5!l5!76 with Nancy and
I974 trio ED - the disgruntled,
Misery is: Mr. Reed, trying to be
Pet Peeve: Having my brother rip
Martha, l1!27!76 B.B. with
R.H., l2!lll76, 7!4!77 at the
esplanade, Windshields and
Stuba, I'm so . , . Wasted day
and wasted night. Frampton,
Florida with Valerie
Future Plans: Hotel manager, mak- Friendship with: Marybeth,
ing 550,000 a year
Happiness is: getting the Cbeepl out
of this school
Martha, Nancy, Martha, Dave,
Scott, Alan, Chris, Ted, Mic
Pet Peeve: Becky, Shoes, cliques
Treasurable memories with
Berklee, UNH, District, Toronto
I.M.F., Europe, U.S.C.W.B.,
feathers in Maine, Bus rides to
Football games, Parades home
from football games APOLLO,
Sisyphus double door theory,
Yo? masks, Dec. 7, 1976, June
22, 1977, July 4. 1977 Hartfield
House, Corvair Beetle, dartbox
lawn chairs, BOAS and retics,
Did I get everyone, big mistake
of 9 and summer. Order from
order, aleatoric I-IV-V
10l,202,2125 in fines 2 points,
no good movies is it
satisfactory, Rank 12345 4321
very rank, New Orleans Parade,
carrying his broken head on a
big stick. The way to the river
and the Olympia bourbon Brass
Street Band. no no no 1234 for
moisture. Cheepnis Csilj and
I'll Never Forget: "Excuse me",
Burger King, a certain howl,
sheepfold, shortcuts, Waikiki
Beach, curbs, Mommy, a
coathanger, Chinese Red Light,
Everett, spiders, "I can't see",
Riunite, Rumors, "What a
bummer", This car is blessed.
Quote: "The only way to have a
I 1 friend is to be one."
t'Photographs and memories
Christmas cards you sent to me
All that I have are these
To remember you."
Close to my heart will always be my
memories: E.Y,C., Sq. D.,
Divot, consideration, B.B.B.,
Promises and Plays, M.W,, M
and M at Williamsburg or Bust,
N.E.R.D.S., A.C., swimming
wl S.S., drowning W! P.H.,
B.S., the last of ea, and every.
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STEVEN HUNT ' KAREN JOHNSON
SCOTT ISABELLE X PAMELA JUNKER
DARLENE JENKINS ' MICHAEL JUTRAS
ELAINE JOHNSON ROSEMARY KELLY
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Happiness is: Bobby 4!28!76,
weekends, good friends
Misery is: E Block, walking to
I'll Never Forget: going to the
Drive In with Jimmy and
Maryanne, Bobby C., Ten
Quote: "Live for today and don't
worry about tomorrow."
Memories: The bomb, Field hockey
77, Sarge and the guys, Beep
Beep, L.R.'s raid, Deke the
Wakefield queen, Earl, Dot,
Twins, Ellen, La Sabre 73 Twin
cars with Marie, Leg 19,21,
Chickie, plum and super Jock
Happiness is: weekends,
Future Plans: College
Comment: Earlene are you eating
I'll never forget: "The
Neighborhood" P.G., D.P.,
Ko., O.L., CC., R.M., G.C.,
s.F., rc., J.F., P.M., J.A,,
The bottle, N.Y.E., "77" fNew
Year's Evej, The Madrigal
Dinner, Pennsylvania, The
Parking Lot! Ferd's Cottage
Misery is: Being second, no gas
Happiness is: Weekends, small
Pet Peeve: Plum Island, big feet
Surpressed Desire: To become the
biggest . . .
Comment: It's been real . . .
Memories: S.P.S.. Cornell,
catching them in the end 76,
New York 76, Baltimore 76, 77,
Summer of 42, Best Rifles, 4
desserts, 811, F.M., Why?
Happiness is: good times with good
Quote: When you start a band new
day, let your heart show you the
way, and make a dream or two
Memories: Bev, how's busines'?, 4
a.m. hiccups, Linda's raid, I'm
tired, walking N.A.P., York
Beach, D Block zoology,
Murph's diaperless, C.U.S.
Happiness: A dot pany, pigouts,
pickups, family, true friends.
Misery: Not having any of the
Comment: Don't take things too
- , se 'ousl live a bit!
Comments: How's the business
Earlene Open slowly
Pet Peeve: Driving, working on
Future plans: education, happiness.
I'll never forget: M.W.B., HoJo's,
IHop, shaving cream, the
beach, one more mile,
Quote: "The future Belongs to
those who are willing to work
for it, Pain, Dispair, and agony
on me . . .
EARLENE KENNEDY JANE KIMBALL
BRIAN KERRIGAN MICHAEL KINNEY
BEVERLY KILLE CAROL KOSTINDEN
DAVID KILTY TAMMY LANCASTER
I'll Never Forget: 712377, T.C. ,T.C
Wildfire, C.W., tuna, tracks?,
Thanks Sandy! C.M.,
brainwashed by D.B., D.G. +
Quote: Excuse me sir I'm a little bit
confused sometimes I feel like
I'm just being used. I'd like to
know if love is wild. Sir I'd like
to know if love is real. signed
Comment: A friend will gently tell
you your faults but like you just
as much in spite of them
I'll Never Forget: Good friends like
B.W., T.R., D.S., and Zulu.
Riding to Hampton and
searching for T.R. allnight.
Misery is: Riding in the rain.
Happiness, A beer, a bike, and a
Pet Peeve: School
Suppressed Desire: To own a
Harley for T.R. to go out with
Comment: I would rather take a
chance, and be a has been than
never to have been at all.
Memories: Are forever to keep
Quote: True friends are like
diamonds Precious and Rare
False friends are like Autumn
leaves They can be found
Comment: It is not how much we
have: but how much we enjoy,
that makes happiness.
Happiness is: Good times with good
Happiness: Apollo's Heaven,
Misery: Bronco, What happened on
Route 89? Where is the game
Memories: Football. Tennis, Frisky
Thank you: Cheerleaders, major'
Pet Peeve: S.B., K.E., Blues
Future Plans: Armed services, col-
Quote: Hold fast to your yester-
days, memories, Dream your
tomorrows,,desire, but live to-
Memories: Lewy, Noname, Soc-
cer, J.V. Hockey, Homeroom
124 A, Gophe Bad Influence:
But best time of my life, Ruined
by colts, skipping 4th quarter,
Oscar, Lester, Bermuda Parties,
Favorites: Beatles, McCartney and
Stoneham? No, Arlington.
Future Plans: Colorado for a Rocky
high . . . Then back to school.
THOMAS LONG DAVID LONGO MARGARET LONGO
I'll never forget: my junior pals,
FSFC, Football '76 and Soccer
'77 'no way baby! GR, Where is
Boston? Misery is: unhappy
friends, NB, Keeping secrets
Suppressed Desire: 5 brothers and 4
Quote: "no love, no friendship can '
ever cross the path of our des
tiny without leaving some mark
upon it . . . forever
Comments: Coors Powered Olds.
"77" Granny Grunt's Dorm
Room 9 Monte Carlo Crusin to
"69,' Chevy M.J.B. "Who Hit
the Pump?" Chuck Berry -
8!l5!77 "T" shirts ll! Queen -
9ll2!77, Sueieeee - Couchj Al-
penhofl + II, "Stan the Man",
f'Hey Brain, l out of 5 ain't
Happiness is: parties, Larson Gang
Misery is: What you want but can't
have. Rainy nights.
Never Forget: all the kids parties at
house, Larson's, Summer of 76
8L 77. the football game, burnt,
6!30!77, long talks with friends.
Pet Peeve: Chased by a rat
I'll Never Forget: Parties at Rec,
Derenger, Almost busted by
W.P.D. with the sticks by Bib-
ba's house! The birdman: 68
Plymouth, Temple ball and
Happiness is: Gold buds: being'
with Lynn, An understanding
mother, Dad in stands. Mike
and Tim on sidelines
Quote: "There must be some kind
of way out of here . .
THOMAS LUCCI JEAN MARIE MacDONALD THOMAS MacDONALD
Happiness is - Aloving family,
growing up, being with Paul,
friends who care, vacations,
Memories: 6!l0!75, A phone call,
cheerleading 175-785 I.C.F. I8 in
3l4, Thanksgiving 76, F.B.
locker room, 1952. Victories,
breakfast, Primos, N.Y.E. "77"
Jr. Prom, H.l., Brown 8t White
Italian Ford, flumpstartj
Beaches. J.H., Dances,
Neighborhood, 6 in a V.W.. TV.
Debue "l976", Candy Bars
6!4!77+76, Doc, The girls fC.C
D.M. P.G, S.D, H.C.J D.D
w!C.C. + R.M.
Memories: Are unforgettable
Suppressed Desire: To ride up and
down the Nile on a barge sipping
Future Plans: To help my sister
make wholes in live-savers.
"Rivers belong where they can
ramble, Eagles belong where
they can fly: I've got to be
where my spirit can run free,
Got to find my corner of the sky."
Memories: Steven: Mary: A.L., Comment: 20 minutes of8
J.W., N.D., D.V., 7!l7l76, Quote: I admit it's getting better. A
Snitz, H.W., D.P,, Long Beach,
R.F., J.M., Sleep-outs, J.F.,
Creep, S.D.A., ll!26!76, B.G.'s
Boston trips, E.D., T.M., Lo-
Peeve: Late people, f'Queen"
D V 's edal
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Happiness: Weekends, concerts,
good friends .
ote: f'L1fe is a collection of
memories which never fade."
little better all the time.
Memories: BGBIB, Elaine the
Clam, Pizza Face, "Six-Pack"
Underwater Kitchen, Angels,
Canada 76 8: 77, Jay 75, lll!77.
Maine, 55 Penny Lane, B-52,
B-Sign, 28 at 30, 3!25!77, Atom,
R.L., Piat, F. Elaine, JAACK,
ppiness is: Jeffrey: being with
ote: Life is . . .living, loving,
sharing and caring
Pet Peeve: Sarah
Misery is: Sunoco
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Finally the grand, free, glit-
tering festival day was
here. Great throngs
gathered at the gates of the
Circus Maximus. As the
trumpets hlared the anxious
spectators bought cakes,
Wine, and racing cards from
venders. Finally the long
awaited event, the most
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promising and thrilling of all, the infamous
threeflegged racesg people stopped pur-
chasing food and drink and sat in awe at
the fantasticiperforinances. The feats were
unmatched by anypever seenin the Circus
Maximus tradition, tracing back over
seven hundred years' offits founder
Romulus. Finally the racesfendedg to the
surprise of 'the' crowd there were many still
alive. They yelled for more blood spill:
seeminglytheir lust was not' catered to
enough. Butalas, 'lthei Circus Maximus
came to a thrilling and spectacular ending.
People soon forgot about their
disappointment and cheered with
great pleasureg i
' After the crowd had dispersed,
the-circus was empty, only the
senior favorites left to sit and re-
'W minisceiibut pleased with the
thought of knowing their Roman
fans would never forget their dar-
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Favorite Pastime: Partying , "
Favorite Song: "Freebird"
Favorite Subject: Co-ed Gym
Favorite Sport: Football
Done Most for S.H.S.: Jean Velardocchia
si Mark, Mulligan "'
Class Heartbreakers: Paula Puglisi, Carmen Frongillo
Best Dressed: Cheryl Capraro, Dean DeMarco
:Class Couple: Karen MacEachern, Paul Uva
Most Athletic: Jean DeCosta, Tom O'Grady
Vmttiest: Carrie Boretti, Alan Cromwell
Best Dancers: Mario Cantone, Jackie Dolan
Quietept: James Blout, Charlotte Stelin
Most Musical: Bill Barbo, Cindy Rockwood
Most Theatrical: Mario Cantone, Jeanne Simpson
Best Eyes: Mike Farren, Lisa McGovern
Most School Spirited: Paula Walker, Mark Mulligan
Most Versatile: Paula Doherty, Billy McLaughlin
'Best Looking: Doreen Gilmartin, Phil Parsons
Favorite Juniors: Anne Dillon, Dana Beane
Friendliest: Paual Doherty, Dickie Covell
Biggest Eaters: Rhonda Veno, Angelo Tarentino
, Most Promising: Guy Paladino, Michele Alve.
Class Livewires: Pattye Comfort, Chuckie Caffaso
Worst Jokes: Laura Saitta, Andrew Parker
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Best Dancers Jaekle Dolan MHFIO Cantone
Quletest Charlotte Stelm James Blout
Best Eyes Llsa McGovern Mike Farren
Favorlte Junlors Ann Dillon Dana Beane
Frrendllest Paula Doherty Dlck Covell
Brggest Eaters Rhonda Veno Angelo Tarantmo
Worst Jokes Laura Saltta Andrew Parker
Most Talkatlve Helene Cafasso Steve Perrone
Most Gulllble Elame Desmond Davld Flemxng
Btggest Fhrts Amy Mangone Peter MOUSCSIHH
Best Legs Paula Walker Steve Ferettx
Class Gxrl Hater Vmny Solazzo
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I'll never forget: Laurie and Sully:
F.H., Wing, Mooner, J.V, subs,
W.O.T.S.T.W., G.S., dancing
lessons, L.S., M,D.C., no
money, rides to school, thanks
Mom: Washington, pez,
woman, Mama Russo, dritz,
N.J., Swiss rolls, A.M. J.P.,
Potato Chips, pun
Happiness is: Twinkies
Misery is: the N.H. on a Saturday
Pet Peeve: Bunnies
Comment: I Lost It!
I'll never forget: Summer of '77,
cold winter nights, South
School, bushes, Snaglepuss
"exit stage right", Tracks,
B,M., M.S., S,W., L.L., L.H.,
K.P., J.M., J.P., long talks with
Bobi, August 23, 4:00 A.M,
"shut up, Lisa", July 24,
August 24, "Can you girls climb
Misery is: Rainy nights, slobs,
Memories: Mario, Moe, R.N,,
M.S., K.C., Jetsons, cheering,
Squad of '76, Camps, '76
QRANDGJ, '77 CBreaking loose
with H.C. and K.M.D, Screnci's
cottage, Ralph . . . Ralph. . .
Ralphl, B.P.'s parties, B.A.'s
with B.O. and gang, 7!4!77
weekend, six in a wagon,
Bradneis, Greek, Buddy Upl,
H Florida '75
Misery is: J.K,. . ."I may not
Happiness: Family, fidends
Dreams of the Past: J. Geils 9!20!77
with M.B., D.B., good
weekends, White Mountains
with M.B., P.W., D.B. on the
- Kankamangus Highway
Misery is: Hump Days, Revere
, Beach Parkway with Gippa
Suppressed Desire: To see Lynyrd
Pet Peeve: Gold Team, Dummy
MARY MALONEY JOHN MARSHALL
NANCY MANDEVILLE JUDITH MARSHALL
AMY MANGONE WILLIAM MARSHALL
PHILLIP MARQUARD BRENDA MARTINO
Memories: Cornell 74, Penn. 75 8L
76, L.I. 75 8L 76, Balt, 77, S.P.S.
9ll6l77, B.A.C., 811, F.M., all
those 11's Hampton, Ossipee
'77, Snyders apt.
Supressed desire: Win D.C.I.
Happiness is: Good friends
Quote: There are hundreds of
acquaintenances who listen, but
only a friend hears and
Iill neve forget: 28 at 30, 'iFlakes",
snowy nights, P.C., Dad, Peer
Weekend, K.B., J,H., aif6, D's
house, Plungeretts, Skylark, my
friends, Y.S.R., The Door!
Happiness is: Mom, friends,
Comment: but you guys, I gotta go!
Call me back in an hour.
Quote: God hides things by putting
them near us.
Quote: Each dawn is a new
Pet Peeve: loud people
Memories: Rosie, Bye Bye Birdie,
Consumerism, '77, E Block,
with Susan, Diane 8L Eirline:
football games, black cats: Jr.
Prom: Friday night dances
Future Plans: College
Memories: All night at E.D.'s
Corrine, thanks! Long Beach wl
L.S., S.P.S., 74, 75, 0671 fat
Jack, N.Y., Balt., Philly,
Snyder, H.B., you're Busted!
Merry-go-Round. Long talks
D.G., M.R., D,M., S.D.'s party
Happiness is: l0!3l!76, Good
friends, E.D., D.G., S.D., L.S.,
Pet Peeve: impatient people'
Happiness is: G.T.W.A.S.M.M.M.
Suppressed desire: To find out
Memories: 3!8!74g 3!7f75: all my
friends: 9 o'clock whistle,
E.B.!C.L.g 8!26l77g M.M.
Pet Peeve: Spiders
Misery is: Wanting what you can't
have and having what you don't
Comment: It is better to have loved
and lost than not to have loved
DONNA MARTIS THOMAS MCCABE
CARL MASON MICHAEL MCCALLUM
CHERYL MATHESON KAREN MCCARTHY
CAROLE MCBETH THERESA MCCARTHY
I'll never forget: Sumer '76:
Rosecroft Raceway: "Classics"
Happiness is: June '78
Misery is: 13-mile practices,
Monday mornings, League meet
Pet Peeve: School lunches, work
Future plans: College
Suppressed desire: To win the
Quote: "Someday, somewhere,
somehow . . . something will
Comment: "Are you serious?"
"Give me a break!"
I'll never forget: H.B. '75, '76, '77:
SPS, PA: C.M.H.: Rabit Rabit:
Adventures to Know where,
Misery is: Rainy days and Mondays
Happiness is: Something to do,
something to love, and
something to hope for.
Supressed desire: To be 5' 2"
Future plans: I naver think of the
future: it comes soon enough.
Happiness is: Summers at Hampton
Misery is: Lead bottom cakes and
winter in Mayberry.
Suppressed desire: To own a house
on the beach
Pet Peeve: Two-faced people and
I'll never forget: Hawaii: green
slime: summer of '76.
Comment: Make yourself what you
want to be not what other
people want you to be.
I'll never forget: M.D.C.: Barb:
Laurie: Kathy: BeeGees.
Happiness is: Tony, travelling
Misery is: Lifesaving
Pet Peeve: Strawberry icecream
with jimmies, Patty
Future plans: Burlesque dancer
Suppressed desire: To meet John
Quote: Always remember a heart
isnit judged by how much you
love, but how much you are
loved by others.
Things to remember: Swiss rolls:
J.V. subs: Phoofies: 2114-76:
bad news: French pastry: pun
club: Moona: F.H. - MOM:
2nd lunch '
Happiness is: Friends, family, good
Misery is: Rainy days, French, 6:30
Quote: "There are no finer gifts
than these . , . good friends and
Memories: True friends: Doreen
Mefa and everyone: J.W. sum-
mer of '42: New York: Phili:
Suzanne: Karen 6f26!76: Chic-
ken Pie: A,H.: K,P.: H.W.:
B.W.: good times Plum Island:
parties: Lenny U.S.N. l!22!76:
thanks C.M. ,
Misery is: Dead batteries, loosing a
Quote: Do you always trust your
first initial feeling?
Comment: The road we were led
down is now our own to carry
I'll never forget: the Summer of '76:
the Junior Prom.
PATRICIA MCCARTHY ANN MARIE MCDERMOTT CORINNE MCDERMOTT DONNA McDOWELL
f 1 i f.
Happiness is: Kenny: Columbo:
license at 18: munching
Memories: California, Maine
w!K.B., 9th grade wlL.B.:
L.M., others involved: Blue
Nun: Miss H: "got some
roaches", 'tDay's coming
Peeve: Homegrown: Bur-
lington, unsticky papers.
Misery is: Being late, 6:30 Sat.
Quote: You only live once, but if
you work it right, once is
Dreams of the past: Camping with
my best friend
Visions of the future:Four-wheels,
hot rod, van
Happiness is: Being with my family
Misery is: Being trapped between
floors in an elevator in Jordan
Quote: Talk to yourself and you can
hear what you want to hear.
Happiness is: Great friends and
family: Laura: beating Melrose
I'll never forget: How many is four:
J.H.: Digs Tito's driving: Car-
mine's rides: Sam's menu:
Ferd's New Years '75, '76, '77:
Misery is: Five losses in a row, field
Suppressed desire: Champ Coat:
Quote: "Those who follow in the
footsteps of others make no path
of their own." . . .W.E.
Memories: Blue Nun Night: B-52:
dunkin' donuts: Everyone in the
frontl: Underwater Kitchen: Jr.
Prom '76: Baltimore '76: Phili
'75 84 '76: N.Y. '75: 6 in a snow
bank: F. Elaine: Piat!!
Pet Peeve: Whata' gona do Lis?
Misery is: Travels to the Cape,
Chipo's, J.C. and the Home-
Happiness is: Philip l!l4!75
Auto Club, Hiking Club
Misery is: A '58 VW: running out of
gas: climbing Mt. Flume: Lor-
Happiness is: Cruising: going out at
night: having enough money to
make insurance payments
Pet Peeve: M.C. The Match Maker
Ifll never forget: Print Shop, Tales
of the Amazing
l'll never forget: Michael, lll!76:
special moments: my friends:
Michael's prom: July 4th
fireworks: Hampton '77: Tom's
cellar: Zappa: Ramada Inn
party: Columbus Day weekend:
Boston, Aerosmith, Frampton
Pet Peeve: Phonies, waiting for
Comment: Go your own way
Quote: Cherish your yesterdays,
Dream your tomorrows, but live
Memories: Good times: D.S. Memories: Plucker: no eyebrows:
weekends: parties: B.H.: Sum- 6!23!75: Maine during the hur-
mer of '75: Qur Gang at Mar- ricane: Lynryrd Skynyrd '76: a
ion's: D.D.: D.F.: S.P.: C.C.! tent on the golf course: Xmas
K.C.: "Let's steal a car" blah, night '76: Tom's cellar: 10128176
blah, blah: H.C.
Pet Peeve: waiting
Pet Peeve: Nosey People
Happiness is: Stu and Junior
Comment: I know of no way of Comment: l'Give one heart, get
judging the future but by the back two: thats the paradox ofl
Future plans: Secretary
I'll never forget: Weekends with the
men: C.F.: P.D.: J,M.: B's: Old
E.S.: wild Sox games: classics
Misery is: 3 years with Eddie
Pet Peeve: Buddy, Lingo, Chicken,
Quote: Winning isn't everything but
it's pretty damn close
Comment: Why must people think
they're great when we're all just
average in ability.
Suppressed desire: To see the
Dreams of the past: Partying with
good friends from W.W.:
watching Zip barff out of J.S.'s
Misery is: Monday mornings
Pet Peeve: Phony individuals
Quote: "To live your own life."
Happiness is: Camping at
Breakheart Res., my first car,
Von Zipper on stage,
Future plans: A good job.
Happiness is: Being with someone
you can trust: C.C.
I'll Never Remember: N.Y.E. "77"
Misery is: "The Bottle" Hoodsies,
8!26!75 L.L.T.C. "The Morning
Quote: "Many things-such as love
and behaving unaffectedly-are
done worse when we try our
hardest to do them."
Memories of the Past: Four in a
"76"-The Grin Game, Babo.
Problems on the back porch,
The China Moon Luncheon
Special, Sunstroke 'f76", The
Spanish Inquisition, Almost
making it to New Hampshire
10!30!76, and Howard Johnson's
on the counter
Happiness is: Getting a seat in the
I'll Never Forget: The
Neighborhood, The parking lot,
an overloaded car, E Block -
notes, Sundays at B.P.'s, Ferd's
cottage, no lights, mistake of
"75", Donna DE
Happiness is: Friends, weekends.
Misery is: No money, J. Geils all
weekend, an overheated car
Comment: It's not what you're
willing to say, but what others
are willing to believe.
Future Plans: College
I'll Never Forget: Math Team's
score in October, and the Hi!Ho
Philosophical Question: Y?
Quotes: You know, I'm really a
The only antidote to mental
suffering is physical pain.
Why a duck? -Chico Marx
Comment: Don't take the world
Memories: Canada, Ski Club,
Student Council, Class Officers,
friends. P.P., A.D.L.,
YAGMCB, DDTW, 'kThe
accident", The Bett, The Bus,
Misery is: running for office 20
times til the law of ave. finally
catches up with you.
Happiness is: Nana, Mom, Dad,
friends, and family
Quote: "The moments may be
temporary, but the memories
l'll Never Forget: M.A., 4lI!77,
friday nights with C.F., J.M.,
P.D., A.P., and S.S. Making the
states, and the A.
Suppressed Desire: kick field goals
for Notre Dame.
Comment: Change UP!
Misery: Double Sessions, Saturday
Never Forget: l:0l a.m., China
Moon, I'm tired, You're a Nut!
4 a.m. hiccups, One Eye, Calif.
73 8L 77, Cape, hockey. Long
Nights, Earl's Carlessness.
Happiness is: Friends, Family,
Suppressed Desire: To do things
Comment: "My taste is simple, I
only like the best."
I'll Never Forget: Jigger Johnson
"Not bad for a car," Singing in
Swift River, Michelob
Mountain. Good morning, Tom,
Hampton Beach, Cruising with
Bernie. Canada, Blueberry Ice
Cream, Chump on Stage. Hey
Murf, my car's on fire.
Pet Peeve: "I can dig it," third
Quote: "Ain't nobody's business
but my own."
Memories: Ragu Days, Plymouth,
the field, "Streakin' Cheek to
Cheek" Summer 76!77, Cranes
Beach, Pinball, double dating
Happiness is: belonging
Misery is: rainy weekends
Future Plans: Cosmetoligist
Quote: "You have to be true to
yourself before you can be tme
to anyone else."
JEREMIAH MURPHY DIANE MUSIAL
KATHLEEN MURPHY MICHAEL NARDELLA
PAUL MURPHY ANTHONY NAZZARO
VALERIE MURPHY DAVID NELSON
Memoris: 28 at 30, 1211 l!75,
Charlie's Angels, 9!1l76,
Villinova, 515176, SPS, 3!25l77,
H.B. 1763, 4 seasons,
overnighters, Stoneham Shuffle,
Comment: Nothing dries faster than
Quote: "If you love something,
set it free.
If it comes back to you
If it doesn't
It never was."
Suppressed desire: Make millions,
be given 300 lbs.
Pet Peeve: The Death of Lynyrd
Skynyrd: L.G.: L.S.: W Jocks
Memories: Birds in the shower '77,
'kThe run for nothing": lst day
of llth grade "27": Junior
Prom: Parties before, during,
after school: Friday mornings
over Frank's: Scull: paper bow:
Final words: Party on.
Happiness is: Long weekends and
Memories: My friends: Ramada Inn
party: the log: down the Cape:
Summer of '77: Wakefield: The
Tank: and Hyannis
Future Plans: College
Suppressed desire: To be a lawyer
Comment: If you love something
set it free .... If it comes back
to you its yours .... Ifit doesn't
it never was . . . .
Future Plans: EMT and Travel
Memories: Junior "Chicken"
Prom: Kevin's family cookout:
Mary's 50's party: Hallway after
lunch: Sunday rides: rollercoas-
Happiness is: Family: being with
close friends: three "Home
From Home" families: Ockey's
I'll never forget: The neighborhood
D.H. X Famous Foursome: fol-
low that car: 6 in a VW: P's in
T.C.'s car: empty H.S. huhhll:
N.Y.E. '77: B.K. curb: chicken:
cheering: I.C.F.: C.C.C.C.: 18
in 314: S30 purchase
Happiness is: Joey 7!25!77: great
friends: D.P., P.L., P.G., H.C..
Misery is: Falling off M.S.: "run-
ning" with J.J.
Pet Peeve: K,D.: B.O.
My fondest high school memories
are of all my good friends and
their antics, old Troop 546, the
Blackhawk LKZX-13481, Quality
Maintenance, barely in the
black, my beloved but some-
times treacherous Corvairs, and
the reliable Ketch-B. I'm deeply
grateful for all I've been able to
learn and experience during
these tempestuous years.
CATHERINE NORTON ANNE O'CALLAGHAN KATHLEEN OCHS MICHAEL O'CONNELL
l'll never forget: The weekend in I'll never forget: Soccer practices:
Pa. Coach Ken and Pado: The
Happiness is: A G Block privilege States: Sully: Gerry Mahoney:
Misery is: Having an A Block study Brother
with no privilege
Future Plans: College
Pet Peeve: Jarry B's
Happiness is: The Bleachers:
Misery: Having tickets to Lynyrd
Pet Peeve: Lollipops
I'll never forget: S.M.B.: Rec, Park
Floaters: B.U. trips
Quote: "I'll make the supreme sac-
UU77: 3!25!77: Canada '75, '76,
'77: .lay Peak '74: Wayne Wong:
Village: Frozen Face: Maine:
Hell's Angels at Comfort's:
I'll never forget: Jiggar: Jake
breaking down in Derry, N.I-I.
Quote: A man may make mistakes, Stogies: playing sports rifice" Happiness is: Lisa
but he isn't a failure until he Misery is: Injuries, throwing Future plans: College Misery is: Work I
starts blaming someone else. acorns, the S.H.S. Band Suppressed Desire: To own Sun Oil
Dreams of Past: Coach for a day, Co. w
I,ll never forget: Catching them in
the end '76: New York '763 Bal-
timore '76, '77g Four Desserts:
The Awards: Shake days: good
morning: room check: 811:
F.M.g Best Rifles '77g When.
You Wish Upon a Star: R.M.
Quote: "You can't erase a dream,
you can only wake me up." . . . .
Memories: Hampton w!KEg BA:
ll!l2!76: MG: Jr. 8L Senior
Prom: B sign: 3:00a,m. NH: PC
party w!RV: "six pack": 28 at
30: The Bon: 1:00 a.m. Maine:
Rushing Ronda: F, Elaine:
Jaackg Paitg Florida
Pet Peeve: Late people
Quote: I live for today because no
one promised me tomorrow!
Hapggessz True friends, talking to
I'll never forget: Almighty Isis:
Guy's lobster desire: free leisg
Mrs. B 8L Chorale: Thanksgiv-
ing '75, '76, '77g summer of '77g
l0!29!76: 3!25!77g 7!30!77: 8!
l6!77g L.A.: F.S.g J.D.g B.C.
Happiness is: Making other people
Quote: "The most lost day of all is
the day on which we do not
SUSAN PAGLIARULO GAETANO PALADINO
Dreams of the past: Chorale ex- I'll never forget: GRANDPA: New
changes: Ooorrrppp!!! Boston York: Ferd'sg 9:00 Twirp: Jr.
l0!29!76: the Bridge: Sue Bee: Prom: P.C. Skunk: Ellen,
Sunshine: The 'Gal'g '77 seniors M.U.N. 77.
Pet Peeve: You wanna be a teach- QUOTE: Peace ifit ever exists, will
er? not be based on the fear of war
Comment: Fun grows with happi- but the love of peace, It will not
ness, friendship and laughter be the abstaining of an act, but
and lives a smile in your heart the coming ofa state of mind.
Acme Transmission B.H.A.
Happiness is: practicing with the
Misery is: riding in a Volkswagon:
Memories: playing at our first
Future plans: Architectural
Pet Peeve: Monday mornings
Quote: Good friends are hard to
I'll never forget: 28 at 30: 6!31!77:
Melrose: Bob: 473: yak yak:
Charlie's Angles: Wah Who:
Villinova: DM's Stoneham
Shuffle: 9191 People: all nighters:
summer of '77: DD: LS: MR:
ED: beach days: Carnival Ball
Pet Peeve: Phony people living in
Comment: "I'm dead serous"
Quote: We meet as strangers,
We leave as friends,
But, someday we'll meet
Where friendship never ends.
Memories: Koz: Junior:
Majorettes: "Pinny": favorite
Juniors: bull-feathers: 10!15!77:
phoofies: Toronto: My Man:
French pastryllicense: Where's
H?: Too funny!
Happiness: Family, friends, blue
and white feathers, football
Misery: NB.: cold hands: rainy
days and Mondays: 6:15 a.m.
Quote: 'fBetter than the gold of
Kings are memories of happy
I'll never forget: Famous
Foursome: The Neighborhood:
P 8: J 8!19!73: TC's car: 6 in a
VW: Empty: N.Y.E. '77:
H.S.. . .huuh "pp"
Happiness is: Friends, KO, PL,
PG, KS, HC
Misery is: C M, SP. . . . ITTCWA:
3 on the 7th green
Pet Peeve: "The Bottle", behind
Tom's pool: "Firebirds"
Suppressed desire: To become a
Happiness is: Friends, hitting the
streets, the neighborhood,
Misery is: long practices: monsters:
no license till 12th grade: line
up: the morning after
Suppressed desire: Beat Belmont,
go insane for a day
Pet Peeve: Bonehead, Buddy,
I'll never forget: YUAFPD,
indulging With S.S. 8L .I.A. 8a
J.W, 8L C.F., J.M., .I,M. and all
the others, Hoodsies: up the
Quote: Aaaccchhooo . . . Harpo
. ' ta
SUSAN PALERMO JUDIANN PARSONS
ELAINE PALUMBO PHILLIP PARSONS
DONNA PANETTA GORDON PERKS
ANDREW PARKER STEVEN PERRONE
Come take my hand, walk with me
I have many things to tell you
Many things to share,
Sit, listen to the wind
Can you hear the people cry
It's the story of my life
You know Ijust can't let them die
Happiness is: Lisa, a bag of gold
Pep Peeve: Helmets: the morning
Memories: Lisa l!l4!75: Outlaws at
Future plans: College, travel
around the world
Misery is: Tickets to Lynyrd
Life is not worth living un ess you
have the friendship of other
human beings, that is why I
value life today.
Varsity Football - 1977
Intemational Music Festival -
1977 "Sharon" - written 1977
Football is the sport where you
meet the fiends you always
wanted to meet.
Happiness is: True friends:
knowing you've done your best
Misery: Chicken Pox at 17: on the
line: Jr. year: not states
Memories: L St.: ES: JH:
Hoodsies: S'How many is four":
Ferd's cottage 806175: LLTC:
NYE '75, '76, '77
Pet Peeve: Phony people
Quote: Experience is a hard teacher
. . . she tests first and teaches
2-fi ' t , S ,
I'll never forget: Margaret, Nancy,
Ace, Commander, ABY,
Barbara, Sunny, Blueberry,
Lookin' good, Pigeons, Nanc's
tan, Maggie Magee, Minot,
Church St., Tracks, Bug, N.H.,
Letters, Murph, Lul, Gerabaldi
Grey, BAM, DYE
Pet Peeve: VGS, PEON
Suppressed desire: to hangglide
Comment: "You can't always get
what you want" . . . Rolling
Comment: "I love you" Say it now,
tomorrow may be too late.
Dreams of the past: Michael: Jr.
Prom: LDWE '77g Bob:
Q-Town: "YGMCB": John, JS:
Happiness is: Surprise visits,
loving, being loved, Paul
Always remember: Cindy, Julie,
Marc, Carol, Jeanne U 8L P?J I
wish I'd said, "I love you,
I'll never forget: N.H. on a Sunday
afternoon: thanks Tito: Brenda:
Harry: Mac: Goon: JHS with
Dickie 55.00 Larcens field:
Rohan: Ferd's cottage: Vinny in
sand, Ducksbury with Willie:
Pet Peeve: Stoneham Shuffle:
Comment: Frosty Bernie
Quote: I dedicate my Year Book
to my parents.
Misery: Donna away at school
Happiness is: Rich
Misery is: Fire drills in the rain
Memories: Buzzy's party, "The
Stairs", "The Meadow", Trish,
Laurie, Kathy D., Kathy C.
Comment: My friends I will
remember you, think of you,
pray for you and when another
day is through, I'll still be
friends with you.
Pet Peeve: Pronouncing Petricone
wrong for 12 years.
PENNEY PERRY ELIZABETH PETTO
SUSAN PERRY KAREN PETTO
WILLIAM PERRY PETER PETTO
BARBARA PETRICONE VICTOR PETTO
I'll never forget: Oinky, 4l20!76,
Susan, D.D., The Park,
Mustang, Black Charger
Happiness is: A brand new car, a
good job, close friends, and a
place to patty
Pet Peeve: Being at the wrong place
the wrong time.
Quote: "You can't always get what
you want" . . . Rolling Stones
Measure not life by the hopes and
enjoyments of this world, but by
the preparation it makes for
another: looking forward to
what you shall be rather than
backward to what you have
Happiness: Going to N.H. on
Friday night and not having to
Misery: Seeing my friends hurt.
Suppressed Desire: To own my
own park bench.
Pet Peeve: Getting up in the
Memories: Summer "74" the
Boneheads, 3 sewer stadium, Al
Future Plans: Park bench on 44th
I'll Never Forget: Basic Training,
Kim, Last month of August.
Happiness is: Being home, seeing
family and friends, partying with
Jimmy Aveni, Timmy Ballard,
Billy Theobald, Ronny and
Quote: Yeah I Did.
Pet Peeve: Drill Sergeant Ricks.
Future Plans: Traveling.
I'll Never Forget: 6!26!76 chicken
pot pie and noodles, Plum Is-
land, A.W.'s buddha, Duncklee
derelicts, T.L., overlapping
sports in I977, Stacy's party,
1976 softball with Janet, S.B.,
and Diane, Delta Laval,
Happiness is: 4l3!77 national
champs, I,2,3, Oh Yeah, wear-
ing 412, 49.
Misery is: the corner
Comment: How about Harold
Misery is: Standing in water for 4,
hours. with soggy socks.
Future Plans: College and hope to
become an electrical engineer.
Quote: HI choose not to run again."
Dreams of the Past: I'll never forget
Summer of 's76" at F,D. GZIP"
Suparessed Desire: To live a good
Happiness is: Not working
Pet Peeve: school lunches
Happiness is: Good times with good
friends, No homework
I'll Never Forget: all the good times
I had in C.O.P. in my Junior
year. I'll never forget gym class
in my Junior year.
Memories: School dances summer
of "76 8: 77", 8!l8!76, Main, A
Quote: "I forgot, I'll do it later.
I'll Never Forget: Timmy Ballard,
Quote: When I die I'll go to heaven
because I just spent my last
three years in hell.
Comment: You're crazy! Can you
girls climb a tree.
Pet Peeve: Two Faced People
Future Plans: To live my own life.
NEIL PORTER ROBERT POWERS PAULA PUGLISI
Memories: M.J., Uncle Andy, Happiness is: friends, succeeding, Happiness is: Weekends,Jim,goin'
Charlie Daniels and the Out- sports crazy, the lake.
laws, Lynyrd Skynyrd "77", Misery is: losing, running laps, I'll Never Forget: 6!24!76, "US",
C.P., Satch, Cascades, The boardtoboard,gettingupearly. ring, dances, Mar, soccer,
Gold Rushes I'lI Never Forget: Class of 't78", Schaefer Stadium "76"
Pet Peeve: Little, green, cross- Varsity soccer team, freshman Chicago, Jr. Prom
eyed, men hockey team, best friends, Quote: "Storms brew intensely
Comment: Old man take a look at rummies raiders only to render the beauty of a
my life. Future Plans: college rainbow."
I'm a lot like you.
- Neil Young
Misery is: Having Mr. Rowell inter-
rupt my lunch engagements at
Suppressed Desire: To have a
civilized talk with Mr. Kennedy
I'lI Never Forget: The great car
chase in Woburn.
Future Plans: Bunker Hill Law En-
Comment: I live for Today, because
no one promised me tomorrow.
Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care
look around and choose your own
For long you live and high you fly
And smiles you'll give and tears
And all you touch and all you see
Is all your life will ever b,
True friends and John
Pet Peeve: Are you twins?
Memories: JJJ, Betsy, Things that
make you gag, Bionic legs, 4:00
a.m. hicups, Redstone, N.H.
Cottage, winter 76-77, 9!l3!76,
Cape tx,y seatsj True friends
Pet peeve: Are you two twins!
To be born
breathe the air
watch the sun
The greeness: a leaf
live to love all
sit in sweet happiness
Happiness is: going to Maine, sit-
ting by the water.
Misery is: Not being with your
boyfriend, because of the miles.
Memories: Jr. Prom, Barb, Trisha,
Maureen, Donna and Penny
Future Plans: College. Psychology
Comment: Life is what you make of
Suppressed desire: Go to Colorado
to go skiing
Happiness is: good friends, sports
Misery is: 3 years with the same
baseball coach, losing to
Lexington and Belmont.
Pet Peeve: Scum, Sophomores
I'll never forget: Joanne, "Do I
speak Greek?", "Give me a
break. srl, skid
Suppressed Desire: Score a goal,
make the states
Future Plans: College
Quote: 'tDon't look now, we're
about to be killed!"
LINDA RAFTELL LAUREN RANDALL CHARLES RAYMOND
Memories: 28 at 30, Stoneham
Shuffle, headstands with J.T. 84
D.F., Four Seasons Junior
Prom, h'Happy Together"
Philadelphia, D J L D S A L D E
L S B J, DD BL I
Happiness is: True Friends
Pet Peeve: Backstabbers, Bum-
Future Plans: College, Happiness
Misery is: Living in competition
Suppressed Desire: Having a cer-
Quote: Some people think it's hold-
ing on that makes one strong.
Sometimes it's letting go.
Favorite sports: Winter 8L Spring
I'll never forget: Summer of "77"
Gooch 84 Angie. Dana l0!l8!77
broke 19, got 18:52 K'cuckoo"
Happiness is: Scramble Pancakes
Partying, Trip to Budwiser beer
factory, getting my license
Future Plans: Own Restaurant, go
to california. get married young
Pet Peeve: "stinky"
Comment: It was good while it
Happiness is: Stoneham
2-Wakefield 1, Friday, Freebird
Misery Is: Waking up Monday
Suppressed Desire: Win the States
Pet Peeve: Hey Weasel
I'll never forget: going to the cape
with D.M. 8L S.S., Mr, Conroy
Future Plans: College
Dreams of the past: S.C.'s swim.
My George Washington's are
wet." nudge, nudge say
no more! Buffalo!
Pet Peeve: Parrot-Lady
Misery was: Dunbarton June
I'll never forget: Crash 'L76' Ski
trips, Hound dog, Canada I 8a
II, Bullfrog weekend, Bats,
Cattle Crossing, Bad Co., 3
a.m., "let's keep in touch",
'Lover thehat hill . . Penn.,
singing, 6!15!77, Suburbia goes
to the city, Immagination.
Happiness is: Good times with
Future Plans: College
RONALD RESTANI KATHLEEN RIZZERI
JOSEPH REYNOLDS RICHARD ROBERTS
LYNNE RICHARDS CYNTHIA ROCKWOOD
ANNE RICHMOND THOMAS ROHANNA
Memories: Good times with Buddy,
l0!6!76, Tom's Cellar, Mri's,
Stu's egg, official handbook
Pet Peeve: Discoe
Misery: Cape Code
Quote: No matter where I am, I
can't help thinking I'm just a
day away from where I want to
Comment: What's the beef?
Memories of my past . . . The
Clefs, the jks on me!! US QeII
. . . Mrs. Brumit . . . College
Buddies, t'C.S.N.", "Chicago"
Jr. SL Sr. Prom "77". . .wrong
Happiness is . . .Matt IXSX77
. . .Bright sunny days!!!! Mom
BL Dad , , , Music.
Surrpessed Desire: My own T.V.
Future Plans: College . . . Music
Comment: Help me to use the gifts
you have given me. I want to
use them to help others, through
making my own world better
I'Il never forget: M.K.D.K., B.E.,
B.W., S.S. and the good times
in Reading, riding in Hampton
Beach with 6 motorcycles
Misery is: "Misty Blues", and
Honda 350 getting sick
Happiness is: Riding, Partying, girls
and good friends
Pet Peeve: Hiting trucks
Suppressed Desire: a Harly
Comment: It is better to win a
victory or suffer defeat than
never to have had the guts to
Happiness is? A nice cold one.
Misery is: Tickets but no concert
I'll Never Forget: S.M., Rec.,
Outlaws at cape.
Pet Peeve: Hot dogs, Machine-gun,
90 pound heart.
Quote: "An honest brew will make
its own friends."
Future Plans: College
I am the best
I am the Greatest
I even beat Eastwood in The
Iam the best one in the N.S.I.
The N.S.I. Enforcer
Pet Peeve: Circus Maximus
Suppressed Desire: to make a
million without working,
Quote: "May this day set me in
motion . . .
Sailing for the setting sun . . .
Sailing for the new horizon.
I'll Never Forget: the friends, the
enemies, the good times, the
Future Plans: College, a
Happiness is: family, friends,
Wakefield, State, sports,
Misery is: monsters, death,
loneliness, drugs, shyness, line
Comment: A natural high is the best
hi h budd I
S - Y-
I'll Never Forget: Steva, Are you
serious? Do it! Head, Cyro,
school, maggot, Rummy
Raiders, Whatl? Tava,
Suppressed Desire: Extirpate
scum, slam dunk.
JOSEPH ROLLI LARRY RUSSELL
HARRY ROMANO GEORGE SACCO
CHRISTOPHER ROSE NANCY SAIA
MARK ROWE LAURA SAITTA
I'll Never Forget: Summer of "76",
Larson's All my friends, M.K.,
Happiness is: knowing someone
Misery is? Waking up early to go to
Pet Peeve: Coming in early. School
Comment: It is better to look ahead
and laugh, than to look back and
Happiness is: Good Friends, having
Pet Peeve: Boom Boom, Poor
Memories: Frosh year. E.D.'s
B..O.'s S,D.'s L.A.'s 28 at 30, all
mghters, Hampton, You're
arrested! Long Beach, HoJo's
. . .J.H, Shuffle. J.L. Flat
3!25!77, Philly, Comell, SP. 75
Keep Hood Down! J. Geils
dunkin, Atlantis P.S. JP wl
M.O. 32 crush Auntie Lena
Quote: I am me. Nobody else!
Memories are to be treasured, not
Time it was and what a time it was,
it was . . .a time of innocence a
time of contidences Long ago , ,
. it must be . . . I have a photo-
graph Preserve your memories
They're all that's left you,
Simon and Gatfunkle
I'll Never Forget: Jimmy .... Jaws
l!9!76 M.D.C., no money J.P.
Try for two . . . oops! F.H . ..
inner! legs 21 and 19. Canobie
cake, Bad news!
W.O.T.S.T. W ,.., M.M. Abby
. . sprout, P.G. . . .
J.B. Percussion! W.P.A.J.
Pet Peeve: Decisions!
Comment: I don't get it!
Quote: Just keep laughing
JOAN EVE SALONEN GAIL SANTORO ARLENE SANTOSUOSO
at it J l
Misery: 3 studies in a row. start Memories: Ooorrrppp!!!, Cape
Pet Peeve: Nothing to do.
Comments: Are you minor, yeah a
I'll Never Forget: Ferd's cottage,
Fridays, Broadway, J.H., soc-
cer parties, Green V,w. Three
Cod, JJJ peepsl, Bort Woman,
Dort. M+ M"s, doritos, 4 a.m.
hiccup: taffy did it, Boston: l0!
29!76, one-eyed, Murf, park,
meet me down the corner. the
wave, "Zoology", true friends,
Faith - some day.
Stooges, Monty Python, Jr. Quote: Love'sinneedoflovetoday
Prom - get out of the car, los-
ing my mind,
Silver New Yorker 40 . . 50 . . 60 . .
Don't delay, send yours in right
Happiness is: neighborhood, Be-
lushi, Nick, Pigeon, beating
Wakefield, wasting away. good
Misery is: Ralphing, scum
Suppressed Desire: in your face, to
live in the bleachers, vigilante
Pet Peeve: Buddy
Comment: Remember the 60's, Do
it anyway you want to do it.
7, 1, ,ftpgfm
You are what you do
Who can separate his faith from
his actions, or his belieffrom his
Who can spread his hours before
"This for God and this for myself:
This for my soul, and this other
for my body?"
Memories: running in the rain,
Aerosmith 76 . . ., Nagog C6!25!
773, North School, the trucks,
the field, L.S.
Happiness is: smiles, friends
Misery is: rain, car troubles with
K.F., five cars and a bicycle
Quote: "It is better to look into the
future and smile than to look
into the past and cry.
Remembrances: B.P., T.M., M.T.,
D.S., D.M., K.M., B.K.,
'lPsychological Blow" F.S.C.
5!26!77, S.C., Tennis, Vol-
leyball, All-Star Game, crew at
Johnson's, Den, and Den,,
Misery is: Long Distance ro-
mances. waiting for phone calls.
Happiness is: getting the phone
Quote: "Discoveries are forever
waiting to be made, awareness
makes them happen.
- D. Simpson
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Memories: on the cliff, Jr. Prom,
Chicago, 2!l4!76, Mrs. Brumit,
Madrigal Dinner, 76-77, "US",
Charlie Brown, Don't Drink the
Water, a very special person
Happiness is: "getting along", all
my friends, springtime
Misery is: losing a friend f1've al-
ways been sorry, K.T.J
Quote: "We can't return, we can
only look behind from where we
came , .
Memories: Allman brothers, 74, 75,
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and
Young, C.D.B, C.P., Spin, R.P.
Blue Sky on Sunday Morning
Lynyrd Skynyrd Cape 76, 77
Suppressed Desire: Allman
Brothers again, Lynyrd
Skynyrd llll9!77, 39 Windsor,
for - Senior Year, I dedicate
my yearbook to LYNYRD
Future Plans: God only knows.
DIANE SIMONETTI DENISE SIMPSON .IEANNE SIMPSON BRADFORD SMITH
Memories: Flea, The Bomb, BFD,
F.H., INSYAM, "Going to
Find Nancy", Dort, C-Head,
Compact, BB, 220, after you my
dear Alphonse, 46915
Suppressed Desire: Being 5-5-- and
taller than J.D.
Comment: Winning may not be ev-
erything, but TIEING surely
amounts to nothing.
Quote: "The most lost day of all is
the day on which we do not
The artist is only given to sense
more keenly than others the
harmony ofthe world and all the
beauty and savagery of the
human contribution to it -
and to communicate this poignantly
First and Last Love: Billy
Never Forget: Nov. 15, 1974, Feb.
23, 1976, The little pal Robie
Pet Peeve: Ignorance, arrogance
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LORENE ST AMAND
Happiness is? Winning, friends, Memories: "US", smashed by a
Eating, Drinking, Ranking out
Sam, Being an uncle, family
I'll Never Forget: Ageon, Romain,
Fidgit, Ferd's cottage, Hood-
GOOFZ Chicago: on the cliff:
Bill's 25th: Joke on C.R. 2!
l4!76, fthe night of a panyl Hal-
loween 75, .I.H.: Graduation
Comment: "Do I speak Greek" Happiness: S.P., having a good
Future Plans: College
Misery is: On the line, losing, denial
time with good friends: All the
great people I know.
defense Comment: Try to accept others for
Suppressed Desire: To dunk
Quote: "Only the strong survive."
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what they are, not for what you
want them to be.
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Happiness: New Hampshire the
mountains and clear skies.
Being with friends, memories
and a certain someone.
Misery is: rainy weekends
I'll Never Forget: 8!l4!77, school
dances football games, D and E
Block, Senior year. Summer of
'77, Kathy, Debbie.
Comment: Love is the only
commodity that power cannot
command and money cannot
Quote: Sure Really
I'll never forget: Bob, 5!23l76,
runaway, 104, long talks
Pet Peeve: Waiting, busy phones
Quote: Happy are those who dream
dreams and are ready to pay the
price to make them come true.
Memories: lll0l76, K.D., D.M.,
K.M., D.B., Ricky John M.,
ED., 3H's, Camp Hope "77",
Cougar-Harmony, M.B., March
25,26,27, Class of "77".
Visions: Fitchburg - Bilingual,
Love: 124 A+B
Suppressed Desire: Appear on
American Band Stand,
Misery is: Loneliness
Comment: I didn't do it.
"Sweet Harmony" Spread yourjoy
around the world"
Happiness is: Weekends, Vacations
I'lI Never Forget: Summer of"77",
Santana Concert "77"
Pet Peeve: C.B.'s locker
Future Plans: College
CHARLOTTE STELIN DONNA SUDANO
MARIANNE STERNER STEVEN SULLIVAN
JODY STEVENS LAURA SURDAM
FRANCIS STUART BRIAN SURRETTE
I'll Never Forget: The churchyard,
the kids. parties, HoJo's, K.F.,
Misery is: Waiting
Pet Peeve: Buckwheat
Suppressed Desire: To take life as it
Happiness is: Good times, Good
I'll Never Forget: Late rides to
Peabody and back . . .
sometimes.Soccer and hockey
parties. Luprens, Z-Bold.
Weasel's T.V. Jr. Prom, 24 hrs.
str., Get out of the car.
Pet Peeve: Making Plans
Misery is: losing, getting caught,
Comment: I'm losing my mind.
Happiness is: Someone who cares,
Sully, a touch of gold,
Misery is: braces
I'll Never Forget: late rides to
Peabody, the horn, Jr. P. 7 a.m.,
'tdritz", Mama Russo, lunch,
dancing school-M.M., Toronto
Quote: Without self confidence,
your behind before you begin.
Memoris: M.C., Amy, N,F.,
Suppressed Desire: to be 5'3"
Comment: . . . Mow!
Quote: Why did those days ever
have to go? I love them so.
I'll Never Forget: 8!l3!76, lll6!76,
l1!25!76, night with B.E.,
Pennsylvania, D 8a E Blocks,
gas station crew, talks with
Misery is: waiting, working Sat.
Suppressed Desire: to find the right
Pet Peeve: Which one is it?
Quote: "It's better to forget and
smile than remember anddbe
MAUREEN SWEENEY WILLIAM THEOBOLD
KATHLEEN SWEET JANICE THEROUX
ANGELO TARANTINO RUTH TIERNAN
BRIAN TARR LINDA TIMPERLY
Memories: S.P., Nagog, the field,
the trucks, Cranes Beach, P.V.,
D.S., D.D., V.M,, 4!l6-77,
Happiness is: friends, good times,
Misery is: unhappy people, 5 cars
and a bicycle.
Pet Peeve: Phony people
Quote: "If you love something set it
ree . .
Never Forget: Dances, The gang,
Joe, Charlie, Jack, Patrick
Happiness is: Being with someone
Future Plans: Work, a car
Misery is: Being sick
Suppressed Desire: Being happy
Comment: No, I will not.
Quote: Love can only grow when
the heart is free.
Pet Peeve: Rain and snow.
Past Memories California, Caribou
ranch, FSC, Niagra Falls,
Canandaigua, 8!12!77 - 9!6!77,
Future Dreams: Hawaii, Legal sec-
Quote: Just when I learn the an-
swerg- they go and change the
Misery is: llth grade English class.
Memories: Sizzin' - M.D. 84
M.H., Awe, 3ms, Dippin', Pun
city, Ghost 84 Duke, J.H.,
Danno, "Go Rowe", Nunhood,
I'll Never Forget: times with Ken,
Voke with Tricia, Tom's Wing-
dings, M1'i's All nighters,
Natzis, Mr. Kline, the tent,
Uthe bCSV', F-S-, Booth, the Pet Peeve: Disco, putting up with it
war, HIt'S HUmUf1gUS", Dud- all. Stoneham High.
PflCSlh00d, Cheddars, N-H. - Suppressed Desire: to put it all
T.B. Cross hunt, Chorale, -Pez, behind me,
soft, gassy scenes,
Comment: If you'll be my Dixie
Chicken, l'll be your Tennessee
Quote: What you are is not for Lamb,
EUTCFS to dCC1dC, iI'S fOr YOU I0 Quote: "You can get it if you really
Memories: B52, 2l26!77, DONNY,
6!3l!77 Melrose, 6!14!76 W!
D.M., L.B. in NH, Stoneham
Shuffle, Wakefield, 4 seasons,
28 at 30, Philadelphia, Jr. Prom
Happiness is: Being with the people
you love: Ma, Dad and Donny
Quote: "We meet as strangers
We leave as friends
But we'll meet in heaven
Where friendhsip never ends."
Pet Peeve: Backstabbers,
Happiness is: My family, Karen,
Friends to turn to, Life,
Misery: 16.80 ERA, ll:30 curfew,
Being Mama's Little Baby.
Pet Peeve: "Get with the Pro-
Suppressed Desire: To receive a
Memories: Sleeping out at the J.H.,
a certain phone call, Red Sox
Game. Halloween, New Years
Quote: We are only young once.
That's all society can stand B.B.
Misery is: Officer Woods-Badge
I'll Never Forget: New Years Eve
1976, Fred's cottage, U. Mass.,
I'm from California, How many
is Four, T.N,Y.H.T.B.Jr. Prom
Happiness Is: Being blessed with
loving parents and True friends.
Happiness: music, skating, people
who care, Sunday Dinners
Misery: Friendships broken: com-
Memories: PWCTJSSMPM, 28 at
30, GYBOTW, J.H., HEN,
NYEWPW, Atlantis, JCOM.
PW '68, Mr. Kline, 2!9!77, Jr.
Prom, t'Voyager", Boyer-
town?!, l0!l7!74, Circus!
PWFSBB, Edaville, 'tWouldn't
it Be Nice."
Comments: . .I love this song
Quote: Nothing is so strong as real
gentlerress. nothing so gentle as
nv.. eu. .
Memories: Angelo l2l23!76, Pats'
party, Spikedogs, Travels to
Cape, B52, "Rubberband Man
Snowbanks" B sign, DUN-
KINS, JAAck, PIAT,
F-ELAINE, BON, Trusty Pil-
Pet Peeve: Beanos get back in bed,
Misery: Pina' Coladas' by Pat
Happiness is: Jack, Pat, Elaine on
Happiness is: Just being here
Misery is: Getting caught for leav-
Comment - Quote - Memories
Don't leave like people
Most Desired: To be with S.P.
Happiness is: Good friends,
weekends with no homework
l'll never forget: Nancy, "Boz
Scaggs" Donna, the movies,
'KHenrietta", Vagas, slot
machines, "Barry and Andy"
Misery Is: three years of HA"
Quote: l'For it's the laughter. we
will remember, whenever we
remember, the way we were."
Pet Peeve: Corny
I'll always remember: Toronto,
R.H. and the elevator shuffle,
Shelton Girls, Cast parties, All
nighters at Mr. A's 6 people in a
van for live weeks, MT. Whit-
ney. Uncle Tony's band, "76-
77", running out of wax, M.F.
concerts, Square dancing,
N.E.R.D.S., E..l., Modern
I'll never forget: J.H., track, pipe,
P.P., M.K., T.R., S.S., D.S.,
S.W., Concerts, Evil Eye
Misery is: Not being able to ride.
Happiness: Riding high
Pet Peeve: School
Suppressed Desire: own Harley!
Laughs: with C.A. and S.F., what a
day 4!30!77, Philly, T, on T.,
You know! Thanks Jo.
Slowly I'll put the broken
pieces of life back together
All the loose ends Iill mend and tie,
I can only hope for things to get bet-
ter and with a bit of luck I might
Memories: JVCTJSSMPM, 28 at
30, GYBOTW, JH, Hampton,
East, Nantasket, NYEWJV, At-
lantis, JCOM, JV!68, proms,
SDIKBL, GOWJC, SXZSI76,
DDWJCAPH, House parties, J.
Geils, Fanuel Hall, SPWPC,
Happiness: receiving letters', good
times with good friends, Mom :SL
Quote: The moments may be tem-
porary, but the memories are
Memories: Ms. Nat's, Uncle To-
ny's Song, Toronot-cruising the
hall's, beep, curfew? Maine, '76
84 '77, and the S.S., thung
R.R.'s "Top 2" Dropouts,
M.A.D. Digresion. The am-
biance ofthe stage, Those who
have gone before and those who
Quote: "Love and memory last and
will so endure till the game is
called because of darkness."
Memories: J.H., bush diving with
Augie, roaring blaze, parties
Pet Peeve: back stabbers
Happiness Is: Good friends to talk
with, N.D., atfl, having a good
Misery is: waiting, midnight
Quote: "Please, remember peace
and how we make it. It's here
within you're reach if you're big
enough to take it.
For twelve years, we have been
critizing our government, our
society, and our lives. Now we
have a voice in our society. Let
us use it constructively, not
misuse it and especially, let us
not ignore it completely.
Happiness Is: 9449, Winning the
Never Forget: Dunklee Ave., Plum
Island, D.E., D.Y., B.B. "Mr.
O", Mr. B., Softball '76,
6!26!76, Delta Laval
Pet Peeve: Choking on a
Misery is: Loosing in double
over-time Q4-31, skating at 5
Comment: . . .But I didn't do
anything . . .
Happiness is: Being with Chuck,
freedom, graduating January
'78, Partying, listening to
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and
Misery is: Parting from friends:
Suppressed Desire: To explore the
I'll never forget: Crosby, Stills,
And Nash concert, June '77,
Neil Young 8L Crazy horse Oct.
Comment: "Feel a little smaller and
in stature you will rise:" "Be
LUKE WARREN KAREN WELLS
ROBERT WEISMAN STEVEN WHITE
BONNIE WEISSE TERI WHITTAKER
NANCY WELCH TRACI WIGANDT
Happiness is: John, Long
Misery is: Waiting 5 days,
Leadfoot, The Cinema
Memories: Summer of '77, Jr. Prom
What Tree?, "waiting and
watching" ya know? 6!28!77,
Y.G., C.C., T.W., out of town
Friends. "Rocket Man",
Comment: For he was Born to Run
Quote: "Just what you want to be,
you'll be in the end . ,
Happiness is: A.H.D., A Chev,
A.G.D.m and a cat
Misery is: Bounced for helmets,
bent rulers, Long speeches ISL
Pet Peeve: Hump Day, A Lost
Letter, Big Trees
Memories: S.M., Outlaws, Spot in
March Missing Door, 6!20!76
Future Plans: Travel Cross
Memories: good times with special
friends, California '76, '77:
Maine '76, '77: New England
Research Development Staff:
Toronto '77g A.J.H.g Uncle
Tony's band: silver sunshine:
S.D.: Ms. Nat: p.h.g F.W.:
Suppressed Desire: To go to U.S.C.
and march in the Rose Bowl
Quote: "Look fortune silver
Parting Shots: Feats don't fail me
Memories: 10!28!76, l0!3l!75, 2178,
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Memories: Gang of '73,
Hazelwood, J.H., Bill P. 8!4!77,
Misery: Breaking your leg twice
Happiness: A true friend
Quote: "Today I know I'm living
but 3 tomorrow could make me
the past but that I musn't fear."
Dedication: To the two people I
love most, My Parents.
Happiness is: Friends, Winning,
Shoutouts, Rummy Raiders'
Misery is: Penalty Shots, On the
Pet Peeve: Cheap Goals
I'll never forget: Stoneham 2,
Wakefield 1, Broadway, Rita 8L
Pete, "The house", Hoodsies,
Under the table
Suppressed Desire: Statesbound
Future Plans: Only the shadow
Quote: "Only a shallow man
believes in luck"
Comment: To each his own.
Dreams of the Past: E.Y.C.
Bicentennial Tour., 13 hours in
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Visions of the future: College
Misery is: Waiting in a long line.
Quote: Worry often gives a small
thing a big shadow
Happiness is: National Champs
I'll never forget: Duncklee D's, '
mornings on the track, Bonnie,
Mouse's party 9!l7!77, two kegs
are better than one! June,
Karen, Bullwinkle, Corinne,
Jane, Plum Island, V.T., BEN,
elf 7, Lynyrd Skynynd
Misery is: rainy weekends, N,B.
Pet Peeve: Chicken legs
Memories: CRASH '76, "The
Truck" Canada I 8L II, Bullfrog
weekend, C.S.F., Cattle
Crossing, 3 am., "Let's keep in
touch . . Stoneham Shuffle"
Bad Co., 28 at 30 Comm. Ave.,
Monsoon Weekend, L.P., Girls
volleyball, F.I.C., R.C.'s in the
Happiness is: good times, R.C.'s
weekends, close friends, A.R.,
J.D., C.B., R.D.
Happiness is: good times with good
friends, vacations, long
Future plans: College, wealth,
I'll never forget: California, the
Junior Prom, The Gang.
Quote: Get the most out of today,
you never know what tomorrow
Pet Peeve: Waiting
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Future Plans: College. money
Quote: "Get me thc butter"
"I am a unique and crazy
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Not Shot: Why Not?
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Patricia G. DiPietro
Ronald J. Lee
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"Don't Drink the Water" is the exciting, funny, and
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daughter and inadvertantly takes pictures of state
secrets. The Hollander family's misadventures
stem from their incarceration in the American
embassy. While there, they encounter a plethora,
of wacky characters, including Axel Magee, the
temporary ambassador, a zany priest, and a
hedonistic sultan, who attempt to aid in the
family's escape. The initial efforts fail because of
the combination of bungling by Axel and the
watchful eye of Krojack, the evil head of the secret
police. But in the end all works out well for the
Hollanders and Magee.
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It was the year of Mr. Hoyt's half year
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The Stoneham varsity soccer team's sixth place finish was
ost misleading. In the competitive Middlesex League their
anding at 8-4-6 was good enough for a State Tournament
:rth and a date with eventual State Champion Needham who
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went the entire season unscored upon. The Spartans had no-
thing to be ashamed of in bowing to the Rockets 3-0 in a
driving rain storm at Braintree. But being the second
Stoneham team to make the Tournament was icing enough to
a successful, exciting year.
The season's undoubted highlights were a thrilling 2-1 vic-
tory over league champion and Tournament semifinalist
Wakefield and also two hard fought ties with state quarter
finalist and league runner up Lexington. But success unmis-
takably was the word and the 1977 Stoneham soccer team left
a good feeling with themselves, and all who saw them play
during the season.
Stoneham 0,1 Belmont
Stoneham 2,2 Winchester
Stoneham 2,0 Wakefield
Stoneham 1,0 Lexington
Stoneham 2,5 Melrose
Stoneham 1,3 Burlington
Stoneham 3,0 Woburn
Stoneham 1,2 Watertown
Stoneham 3,2 Reading
ront row-Ball boy Timmy Powers, Jim Woodman, Michael Castellano, Tom Seibold, Jerry Murphy, Walter Padovani,
teven Shannon, Jim O'Grady, Steve Sullivan, Andy Parker, Michael Farren, and Ball boy Mike Caswell. Back row-
reshman Assistant Steve Jackson, David Harrington, Gerry Mahoney, Chuck Raymond, Tony Frangiosa, Roger Pado-
ani, Rick Feindel, Mark Rowe, Erik Chambers, Bill Reid, Bob Powers, Larry Russell, David Corcoran, and Coach Mike 113
First Year pikers Impressive
The first year volleyball team proved to be the surprise squad
of the year. They remained undefeated until their final match, a
loss to Masconomet. This defeat came only after the team had
dominated eight other matches, including a trouncing of last
year's state champions.
Captained by Paula Doherty and Marta Siquiera, a Brazilian
exchange student, the team constantly displayed the utmost
enthusiasm giving them the edge over all of their veteran oppo-
Front Row: Denise Simpson,
Jacquelyn Yardumian, Pauline
Bryant, Aya Corell. Back
Row: Susan Maguire, Janine
Marguard, Marta Siquiera,
a Paula Doherty, Ann Dillon
Tom O'Grady, Dick Covell, Carmen Frongillo, Tom MacDonald, Steve White, Victor Pizzotti, Bill
McLaughlin, Steve Ferretti, Tom Gunning, Guy Paladino, Paul Uva, Asst. Coach Bumham, Dana
Beane, Gordon Perks, Steve Lentz, Tim Loughman, Bill Perry, Pete Dugan, Phil Marquad, Sam Valenti,
Jack Belcher, Head Coach White, Bob Trant, Vin Briennze, Pat White, Neil Yianacoupoulous, Clay
Cormeir, Rich Jamieson, Steve Angelosanto, Tony Conserva, Joe Galenti, Jim Abbott, Asst. Coach
Qualey, Asst. Coach Dearth, Mike Merchant, Ed Vargas, Rocco Zizza, Keith Morris, Tim Angelosanto,
Tom D'Onofrio, Tom Howe, Joe Calcavechia, Asst. Coach Zampell.
Disappointment and Injuries
Plague our Gridders
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The 1977 edition of the Stoneham football
team was a disappointment. Early success
highlighted by victories against Woburn and
Wakefield gave no indication of the frustrating
five game losing streak that followed. After
Winchester knocked the Spartans from the
ranks of the undefeated the team seemed to
lose its spark Calong with Tri-Captain Victor
Pizzottij in consecutive losses to Watertown,
Burlington, Melrose and Lexington. During
this stretch the offense was a particular prob-
lem not to revive until QB Paul Uva took
charge in a 27-14 beating of Belmont. Co-
Captains Steve White and Bill McLaughlin will
lead the 3-5-1 Spartans into the hoped for suc-
cessful season tinale vs Reading.
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Front Row: Mary Maloney, Ann Mane McDermott, Marie Benoit, Pam
Junker, Gail Santoro, Captain Felicia Smith, Jeanne DeCosta, Martha
Clabby, Cathy Hegarty. Back Row: Therese Kwiatkowski, Annette Fionda,
Julie Salamone, Patty Fiore, Rosemary St. George, Joanne Marroni, Joanne
McNulty, Elena McCarthy, Nancy Clabby, Linda Beane, Coach, Cynthia
Three losses in thirteen games usually
makes a tournament bound team. Seven ties
and three wins doesn't. The 1977 Field
Hockey team earned a 3-3-7 record CFifth in
the Middlesex leaguel yet scored only seven
goals all season. An impenetrable defense
allowed the team nine shutouts, eight in their
last ten games. Unfortunately, six of these
blankings ended in 0-0 stalemates.
The Spartan's record was a respectable
one and the team was underrated by no one.
With many returning letter winners, next
year's squad will undoubtedly be one of the
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1 Front Row: Gall Wood, David Doucette, David Cromer, Rlchard Regan. Captaln Jack Fltzgerald. David
120 Stone, Tom Harrigan. Back Row: Coach, Wayne Fillback, Patrick Travis, Mary Jane Warren, Jimmy
Turner, Tony Belmont, Susan Dion, Kelly Arsenault. Ed McCcuish, Tommy Scarpa.
Harriers Best Of Last Three
Stoneham 50 Lexington
Stoneham 22 Belmont
Stoneham 25 Wobum
Stoneham 35 Wakefield
Stoneham 30 Winchester
Stoneham 46 Watertown
Stoneham 16 Burlington
Stoneham 27 Melrose
Stoneham 45 Reading
This year, the cross country team had
its best season of the past three years.
Under the leadership of coach Fillback,
the Spartans raced to a record of 4 wins,
5 loses and a fifth place at the Middlesex
The squad was spurred on by the
superb running of David Cronier, a
Middlesex League all star. Following
behind David were Capt. Jack
Fitzgerald, Tom Harrigan, David
Doucette, David Stone and Rich Reagan.
Also this year a girls cross country
team was started and they anticipate an
excellent seasons with a more experi-
enced squad next year. The pioneers in
girls cross country are Kelly Arsenault,
Susan Dion, Gail Woods and Marylane
Cathy Citroni, Tina Padur, Mary Beth Murphy, Lisa Dimarzo, Linda Bergonzi, Doreen Gilmarti
Karen McEachern. Kathy Ochs, Mary Halley, Came Borretti, Susan McLaughlin. Jan Penne
Maureen Dion, Amy Mangone, Joyce Rolli.
, MAJ ORETTE
l Front row: E. Dawson, Lieutenant, E. Palumbo, Captain, L.Surdam, Lieutenant Back Row: L. Gianoccari, B. Montero, P. Morley
i C. Mathison, C. Waite, P. Comfort, G. Koslowski, P. Griffith, B. Oram, K. Greenleaf
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Stoneham Hockey 1977-78 can be deemed both succe:
and failure. A success because of the teamis record C9-5-4
and third place finish which surprised most league
"experts". But, a failure because 1978 marked the third
season in a row the Spartan hockey team has stayed home
in March. This year a fifth loss to league leader Burlington
sealed the Spartans fate.
Led by the league's highest scoring line fMcDonough,
Sullivan and Powersj the Spartans placed five players in the
league all-star game. Rounding out the star contingent was
stalwart three year blueliners Jimmy and Tommy O'Grady.
Stoneham's unquestionable MVP was junior center Bill
McDonough. His overall campaign can only be described
as brilliant as he collected a record shattering 52 pts. Bill set
, the pace for league scorers all year only to be nosed out at
thewire for the scoring title. Not to be out done .
McDonough's sidekick senior wing Bob Powers fa JV
player as a juniorj became Stoneham's most prolific one
season goal scorer with 25 breaking a I3 yr. old record.
Overall Spartan hockey was a success with big winners
at the JV and Frosh level fnot to mention a nucleus of
returning regularsj the ros
p pects for March bus rides are
K Q. improving.
Neil Yianaccopolous, Jim O'Grady Paul Defl
. umer. Steven Hunt, Coach Burns, Paul Ginnavin, Dan
lan. Steven Sullivan. Paul Shepir.
Cold Weather Freezes
an, Torn Kelly, Tom Harri-
lst Row: Kathy Kazanj
Ann Deane, John Polcari, John Jessop. Matt
H dson, Dave Cronier 3rd Row: Coach Ken
Jack Fitzgerald, Dave Stone, Ed McCush, Vm
Efforts of inter Track
gan, Joe Calcavecia, Gooch Angelosanto, Rich Regan 2nd Row:
Jones, Jim Abbott, Joe Adams, Martha Clabby, Mike
Braham, Bill Perry, Ed Tibbetts, Bill Deane, Dave Doucette,
Brienze, Bill McLaughlin, Mr. Rocher
Alain Rocher's Stoneham High Winter Track
Team finished the season with a fine record of 4
and 5. Highlight of the season was Co-Captain Jack
Fitzgerald's breaking of Stoneham Highis 600 yard
mn record with an outstanding time of 1:l5.7.
Co-Captain Bill Perry also had a remarkable season
with the highest jump in the Middlesex League, a
fantastic 6'3". Bill similarly had an excellent
season in the 45 yard hurdles along with Tim
"Gooch" Angelsanto as they finished first and
second in nearly every race. Many thanks to the
new assistant coach Boo-Boo Graham. The team
should be commended for an all around superb
HOOPSTERS SHOW STRONG FINISH
Basketball entry will
forever be haunted by
a 6'4" if. If standout
junior Jack Belcher,
the big man to provide
stability up front, had
been around all year
would a March trip
have been possible?
Many voice an
unequivocal yes. But
even without Belcher
for one third of the
season the Spartans
still managed a few big
upsets over the course
of the seasong
foremost among them were victories over
Wakefield Cawayj and tourney bound Reading.
The man who shouldered the scoring
burden, while doing a vintage "Ernie D"
impression, was all star S'Mr. Everythingw Vin
Solazzo. His brilliance reflected in his setting
SIONEHAK the pace for league scorers all season. Vin
finished an awesome 400 point plus campaign
thigh lighted by the breaking of the Wakefield
Field House record with 38 pointsj with a
strong 21 pts. per game average. Other seniors
who made key contributions were Tito
Perrone, Zayre Rowe, Woody Woodman, and
In addition to Belcher Cwho placed tenth
among league scorers with a I5 point averagej
many Sophomores and Juniors, 6 in all, played
key roles all year long, a fact which spells a
very bright future for Spartan basketball.
Vinny Salazzo, Mike Farrow, Roger
Decola, John Cloutieu. Mike Zizza, Tom 129
Captain Jeanne DeCosta. Cuach Mike Kennedy, Caplzlin Paula Doh
ion, Cathy Hegarty, Pattye Comfort. Patty DeCuIa. Teresa Kwiat-
Rosie Abbott '
partans Come up hort on Courts
The girls varsity basketball team opened their
season with a win over non-league opponent.
Newton South. Unfortunately, the girls found the
competition a little more formidable within the
league and a number of disappointments were in
store for them. The team did, however, earn their
first victory three games into the season at the
expense of Watertown.
The squads starters include Senior Co-Captains.
Paula Doherty and Jeanne DeCosta. and three
juniors, Teresa Kwiatkowski, Ann Dillion. Julie
Zani. With an abundance of returning talent. next
season's potential is awesome.
Far left top: Jeanne DeCosta
takes ajump shot from way out:
Ann Dillon steals the ball from
Wakefield opponenti Teresa
Kwiatkowski eyes thc basket
before a foul shotg at right. Paula
Doherty sizes up her opponents
erty 2nd Row: Pamela Low, Ann Dill-
kowski, Julie Zani, Alison Leonard,
Even though Stoneham was not on top they had a very
good season. The girls worked hard learning new tricks
and improving their old ones. Plenty of new talent come
to us this year and they are adding to the strength of the
other team members. The top all around scorers were
Tracy Marks with 16.00 points and JoAnne O'Grady with
12.00 points. The high individual scores were Penny
Griffith with a 6.8 average, and Karen Boudreau with 6.7
average. The teams high achievements are all due to the
excellant coaching of Miss Cindy Carbone and Mr. Tom
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50.000 people Could watch gladiators fight wild beasts or other gladiators. ln the even larger Circus Maximus. some 260.000 gathered to cheer daredevil
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from IMPERIAL ROME
by Moses Hadas
Carusois Diplomat was the scene
of the 1977 Junior Prom. It was a
cold, blustery March 23 when the
radiant couples began arriving to
be greeted by the receiving line,
consisting of class officers, facul-
ty, and administrators. After a
sumptuous dinner the sparkling
couples began to dance to the
music of g'Crystal City". As the
night wore on the music softened,
the lights dimmed, and the mood
became misty and magical. For all
present it was an evening of warm
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chargeg Messrs. Mitchell,
Blauvelt, Binda, and
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Sharon Doherty, Cheryl
Matheson, and Doreen
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Exactly one month after the blizzard forced post ponement the l978 Carni-
val Ball with its strong Star Wars theme finally rocketed ipto reality. The
royal Couple of Guy Paladino and Lorene St. Amand presided over a show
that personified the lively Hurrah for Hollywood theme.
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The Man Faces
Among the highlights of the
Carnival Ball was the recreation of
the Academy Awards ceremonies,
featuring Alan Cromwell as John
Wayne and Jimmie Stewart, Bernie
Corbett as Ray Charles, Carter,
Brando, Nicholson, and "Rocky',,
Carmine Frongillo as Cheif Running
Scared, with two charming
presenters - Donna Ponti, Steven
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Above right, Cindy Rockwood solos: below band and chorus caught in full song, under the direction of Mr. Abrahams,
Mr. Dregalla directs charges, while to the right, Robert Allen plays trumpet. and below. Bill Barbo solos on the
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The winter concert proved a tremendous success. Both
the band aggregations and the choral groups achieved a
high level of excellence, including such highlights as
Cindy Rockwood's solo and the stirring presentation of
the "Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's Messiah by the
chorus. Ms. Wienski's groups were all warmly received
as were both the jazz band and the stage band. A
command performance for the faculty was unfortunately
Ms. Wienski leads the Girls' Ensemble in Kodaly's 'tAvc Maria,"
'6Let There Be Musicv
lst: Maurice Goldstein, Mark Wade. Tina Padur, Cindy Rockwood, Cathy Corkum. Gail Santoro. Jim Grubb, Jim Anderson,
Steven Scarpa. John Brown 2nd Row. Timmy Loughman. Mike Jutras, Jim Abbott. Bob Donahue. Diane Adams, Diane
Salander. Jean Simpson, Donald Manning. Susan Perry. Terry Padur, Diana Thorely. 3rd: Katie Wallace, Carol Smith, Lisa
Nazirian, Beth Grandfield, Gary Mingella. Gail Kozlowski. Maureen Dion, Elaine Palumbo. Mary Haley, Ann Dillion, Mark
Mulligan 4th: Karen Ames. Kathy Dagle. Mary Cormier, Ann-Marie McDermott, Mary Maloney. Jean Valedochia. Kerry
Murphy, Anne Richmond. Julie DeSisto
First Row: Claire LaCroix, Susan Maher. Karen St. Amand. Lisa Tambofini, Pamela Bransen, Suzanne Ledwith. Michael
Bain. Elaine Murphy. Julie Salamone 'Ind Row: Angela Hodin. Linda D'Ambrosio, Laurie Hinchey, Linda Beane, Kelly
Arsenault. Cathy D'Annoglo, Miss Weinski 3rd Row: Jackie McGrail, Linda Bergonzi, Nancy Pizzotti. Jane Donnelly
Say Stoneham's Sensational Choral Groups
Mary Ann Salera, Susan Maher, Julie DeSisto. Diane Paonessa, Diana Thorely, Kelly Arsenault, Anne
Richmond, Karen Caswell. Suzanne Tower, Tracey Marks, Kathy Flynn Lisa Nasirian, Jackie Yar-
dumian, Lorene Mobilia. Ms. Wienski, Gail Koslowski, Carol Smith, Haley Wiseman, Elaine
Palumbo. Cathy Corkum.
f f ' ' "'f' The Stoneham High School Chorale
Groups have turned in another successful
year giving' wonderful performances to all
those who had the pleasure to view and
listen to them. Under the new direction of
Ms Wienski, the girls Ensemble, Repertory
Chorus and Chamber Singers have
worked many long hours to perfect their
style. The Chorale Groups have already
given the first big performance of the sea-
son, namely the Winter Concert. All who
viewed the show said that the group has
never done better and that all who partici-
pated in the show should be commended.
With the Winter Concert over the Spartan
Chorale is now preparing for the Carnival
Ball, in which we are sure they will give a
truly stupendous performance.
Rosemary SI. George, Cindy Rockwood, Karen Tower, Steve Scarpa, Michael Bain, Jim Anderson,
Susan Perry, Diana Thorely, Mary Ann Salera. Beth Grantield. Diane Adam, Diane Salander, Bob
Donahue. Mike Jutras, Jim Abbott, Kelly Arsenault, Anne Richmond, Ms. Wienski
Theater Arts Club is Born
Theater Arts, an outgrowth of the drama
club, is a new club this year. The club has
become very active, and has attended many
workshops to learn more about the technical
end of putting on a production. The Theater
Arts Club is looking forward to their biggest
project, the spring production of Guys and
Paul Perry, Jeanne Simpson, Vicki Stratton, Joanne
McNulty, Marie Celeste, Linda Bergonzi, Michael
Drama Club Produces Offspring:
Busy Bands Enrich Town
Michael Bain, Maurice Goldstein, Bill Barbo, Gordon Perks, Jim Grubb, Karen McClearn, Frank Rosetti, Wendy Sangren,
Scott Isabelle, Mark Wade, Nancy Barry, Patty Barry, Bob Allen, Dana Coombes, Kathy Daigle, Terry Whittaker, Nancy
Shiner, Mr. Dregalla
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ith Their Music
Bill Barbo, Gordon Perks, Lisa Whicome. Maurice Goldstein. Kathy Daigle, Terrie Whittaker, Nancy Shiner, Ron Rojack, Mary
Jean Haily, Mary Jane Grubb, Laurie Hinchey, Bob Allen, Karen McClearn, Christine Yardumian, Robin Hamlyn, Judy
Corckum, Nancy Barry, Patty Barry, Mark Wade, Mr. Dregalla, John Cargill, Frank Roselli, Jim Grubb
Student Council Blossoms in Red hite and Pink
Alison Leonard, Sharon Butler, Julie DeSisto, Anne Richmond, Linda Bean, Bernie Corbett, Elaine Murphy Danna Carroll Christine Yardumlan Steve
Columbus, Sue Ellen Brown, Susan Maher, Jane Donnelly. Bev Kille, Jim Atchison, Paul Shannon. Mana Covlno Mary C'1rr Karen St Amand
The Student Councills main activity during
the year was the organization and promo-
tion of a Carnation day. The activity which
was held in December proved a great suc-
cess, generating funds for scholarships and
other activities of the council. The group
also played a much more active role in the
initial planning for the Carnival Ball. Fu-
ture fund raising projects are planned, in-
cluding a "Donkey Basketball" game.
Carmen and John - the perplexed recipients of carna
tions. Was it red for "I love you," or pink or white?
Class Officers Provide Leadership For Busy Year
The Senior Class officers enjoyed a productive and
profitable year. The leadership they provided for their
fellowclassmates was exemplary. Faced with a large
deficit as a result ofthe loss of the senior snackbar, the
officers exhibited much ingenuity and determination by
providing successful fund raising projects such as
candy, jewelry, and T-shirt sales. Future projects
include a "Gong Show," which will be combined
effort of the Junior and Senior officers.
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Seated on Dinosaur - Alison Leonard - Tina Padur, Joanne
O'Grady, Bob Columbus, Mary Beth Murphy, Anne Dillon
Cheryl Maffeo, Tony Gentile. Wendy Sandgren. Kathy Fitzgerald. Linda Beane. Mis
sing from photo - Mary Kille
Seated - Bernie Corbett, Back v Paula Walker, Jean Velardocchia.
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cience and Math Spur Extra-curricular Interest
Elaine Johnson, Perry Hamlyn, Ms. Layne. Scott Isabelle,
Nancy DeFeo, Robert Fields
The Mathematics Team and Science Club were
two of the most active academic clubs of the
year. Each month the Math Team traveled to
various towns to compete with nine other
teams. The Science Club's year was high-
lighted with several significant guest speakers.
These two clubs provided a commendable ser-
vice to college-bound seniors who plan to
major in these fields.
Seated: Rose Meegan. Nancy DeFeo, Francis Mroz, Nancy Barry, Standing: Christine
Petto. Ruth Estes, Karen McClearn, Jacqueline McGrail, Mr. Lurvey, Elaine Johnson,
Perry l-lamlyn. Robert Weisman, Scott lsabelle, Mr. Kopee
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SUD' 7 ' BEGINS
Serious Writers Sow 6'Seeds,'
Patricia Norelll Marilyn Zlbell Robert Bourque Elena McCarthy Cheryl Waite
If This Can Be
When the world IS free from pam
lf indeed it will ever be
And when there IS no cause for blame
if mdeed this ever will be
When the people are free from guilt
free from hate
free from sin
if perhaps this will ever be
And when together we hve in peace
live with love
live in grace
If again this ever will be'
When our race is finally evolved
If, of course, this can beg
Am when our problems are fully resolved
lf you believe this ever will beg
When all this is accomplished
And when all diversities are oneg
the flowers will bloom
the rivers will flow
the winds will soar
And a s0ul's expectancy
- Beth Cummings
Creprinted from the 1977 Seedsj
ho Knows What Goes on Behind Blue Doors?
Behind Doors has seen a lot of growth
in this, its second year, at Stoneham High.
Editors Jane Allessandrini and Jane Donnelly,
along with advisor Ms. Kathryn Chase, have
worked to bring some degree of
professionalism to the publication. The staff,
made up largely of inexperienced reporters,
has tried to provide the school with a
newspaper that is informative, interesting and
The main objective of Behind Blue Doors is
to create an organ of expression for the student
body. The newspaper has struggled all year to
get response from the school population about
current happenings and interests. '
Although not always successful in attaining
the goal of stimulating interest in our school,
and things that affect it, Behind Blue Doors
promises to continue to try to answer the
question, "What goes on Behind BE Doors?"
Susan Maguire, Jane Alexander, Jane Donnelly, James Atchison, Joanne Roberts, Mary Jean Halley, Katie Wallace, Dawna Nickerson,
Elaine Johnson, Cheryl Waite, Mary l-lodin, Nella De Luca, Tony Gentile, Ms. Chase, Marybeth Appleyard, Marcia Ledwith, Marilyn
Zibell. Carmine Frongillo, Steve Eramo. Mike O'Connell
Drama Club Stars Staging Smash Broadway Hits
Michael McMahon, Mark Wade, Mario Cantone, Mary Cogan, Dawna Nickerson. Marcia Ledwith. Sue Perry. Paula Walker
Mark Mulligan, Jean Simpson, Paul Perry, Vicki Stratton, Elaine Johnson, Mrs. Chase. Laurie Hinchey, Karen McClearn. Mary
Jane Grubb, Katie Wallace
This year's drama club members appear busier and more
lively than they have in previous years. This is due mainly to
the ambition of Mary Jane Grubb and Kattie Wallace, the presi-
dents of the club. The smash success of the year thus far has
been the Senior Play "Don't Drink the Water". The members
took occasional time off from the grueling Work of the play
production for amusement and relaxation. They engaged them-
selves in such activities as a Halloween Costume Party, a
Drama Festival and a Drama Workshop. The Drama Club is
currently starting Work on a musical play, "Guys and Dolls"
which will appear in the Spring. Members are confident that
this next major production will receive as much praise as
"Don,t Drink the Water"
Sister prepares brother for the stage.
During Long Cold Winter
Fencing Club John Brown, Keith Fung,
Robert Murphy. Miss Wheeler, Patty
Burry Robert Ciano.
Dance Club Patti Dewitt, Mary Alyce
Geist Kathy Kazanjian, Nancy Durant and
Fencing - Dancing - Gym Leaders
During the long winter months one must rely on in-
door recreation to keep in shape. Such recreation is
supplied by the Fencing, Dancing and Gym Leaders
Clubs. The distinguished and noble Fencing Club is
hard at work thrusting and lunging their way towards
an Olympic competition. They beam in anticipation of
the fame they are sure to attain, if they continue to
practice as seriously as they now do. More actively
inclined studentsjoin in the Dance Club's swing. Inter-
national dance is a popular theme among members this
year and they have worked hard to create a dance in
which the goose step is used. Those not wishing to
lunge or swing join in the antics of the Gym Leaders
Club. These athletic students assist the physical educa-
tion teachers in containing and helping students as they
go about the fun and games of their gym classes. The
interest in these clubs is skyrocketing and you can be
assured that new faces willjoin the veterans in years to
come at Stoneham High.
Suzanne Parker, Mr. Tavanese
Debbie Doherty. Kathy Caswell
Marie Meroski, Lorelei Cunha
Jodie Stevens, Steven Shannon
Mike Farren, Mark Rowe, Andy
Secretaries, Nurses Look to the Future
Denise Simpson - President. Ann Marie McDermott v Vice President, Maria Touet
Ann Dean Y President. Cindy Harvey - Treasurer Darlene Jenkins - Secretary
Besides training girls for future employment, the Future Nurses and Future
Secretaries have been very busy selling candy, holding raftles, and selling tickets.
The proceeds from all of these business ventures will go into scholarships funds
and will be awarded to deserving girls. These clubs do provide a good starting
point for girls interested in these careers.
Clubs Serve School, Communit
Community Service: Carmine Frongillo, Mike Skerry, Jody Stevens, Cathy Tutors: lst Row: Lorelei Cunha, Bonnie Oram Ellen Dawson Lisa Nazarian 2nd
Hegarty Row: Ms. Broderick, Guy Paladino, Marilyn Dotolo Margaret D1Fonzo Anne
Marie McDermott, Sam Valenti, Ms.
.lim Highet, Ron Rojack, Tom Crilly, Jody Stevens.
This year, as in the past, the members of the Community Service Club and the Tutoring Corps
have volunteered their time to work and develop relationships with people in the town.
Community Service has worked with handicappped children and with the elderly. The Tutor-
ing Corps has helped many students in the areas of their academic weaknesses. With such
activities these students have made positive contributions not only to the school community
but to the town as a whole.
Ethnic Interests Revive
Italian Club: Amy Natalie, Mr. Anastasi, Celeste Scalisi, Marilyn Dotolo, Barbara Luther, Robin Laird, Diane Paonessa - Treasurer, Brian Murphy,
Haley Wiseman - Secretary, Larry Flammia, Vicky Pelligrino - President, LuAnne Deal, Cathy D,Annolfo - Vice President, Ann Corino, Paul
Gianelli, Frank Saitta, Steve Scarpa, Joe Galente
Nick Turco - President, Suzanne Tower - Vice President, Linda D'Ambrosio - Secretary, Denise d'Entremont - Treasurer,
Donna Martis - Secretary Advisor, Mark Mulligan - President Advisor, Felicia Smith - Vice President. Jody Stevens -
A new club that has come about this year is the Spanish Club. Ms. Meyer, also a new addition to
S.H.S., started the club in September and it has been growing steadily ever since. The club has
planned trips to New York in March, and a trip to The Boston Museum of Fine Arts to view impressive
collections of Spanish Art. Thus far the club has been very successful, and if they continue with the
same enthusiasm we are sure they will be just as productive in the years to come.
1' December 1, 1977 to March 15, 1978.
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Standing: Mark Mulligan, Carol Kostinden, Beth Cummings, Susan McGuire, Bonnie Oram, Pattye Comfort,
Anne Richmond, Paula Walker, Jean Velardocchia. Kneeling: Sharon Butler, Michele Alves, Sharon Doherty,
Lisa Malagodi, Michael McMahon.
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Interact Lends a Helping Hand
Seated Barbara Petricone Patricia McClusky Bill Barbo Arlene Goode, Connie Vrattos, Rebecca Holt, Standing: Scott Isabelle, Steve Shannon, Mr.
Interact, which is a branch of the Rotary Club, is an organization
in which the members try to enrich the lives of various members of
the community. Interact members are required to attend some Rot-
ary Club meetings during the year to get a better understanding of
what is needed in the town.
In years past the Stoneham Chapter of Interact has done much to
help the community. They have assisted in the building of the float
for Stoneham's 250th Anniversary. Also they have sponsored a
mini-ambassador from Israel.
This year's club president, Bill Barbo, and advisor Mr. Conroy,
have been very instrumental in setting up other chapters of Interact
in New Hampshire and Massachusettes. The club has also helped in
arranging a Christmas party for the elderly at Central School and
delivered food baskets to underprivileged families during the Holi-
DECA: alesmen of the Future
Ton Frangiosa, Presidentg Todd Ballard. Vice-Presidentg Kim Greenleaf, Treasurer: Ann Barbuto. Secretaryg Jean Hurley, Chairpersong Nancy Russell.
Chairpersong Nancy Clabby. Secretary Treasurer: Diana Sudano, Secretary Treasurer.
Santa Claus's present to DECA this year was the visitation ofa
throng of imposters who caroled their way into the DECA group
picture. Test your wits and see if you can pick out the people who
The Stoneham DECA chapter is once again preparing for
the annual state competition that will begin February 10. The
Stoneham Chapter has done very well in the past and has won
DECA Chapter of the year three years running. ln
preparation for competition DECA members went to a
conference in Boston Where they attended workshops that
helped them gain experience in marketing, setting up
displays, and dealing with the consumer.
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The people who are really responsible
for the creation of the yearbook are Ron
Restani -- Editor-in-chief, Guy Paladino
- Assistant Editor-in-chief, Martha
Clabby - Senior Section, Sharon Doh-
erty - Typing, Felicia Smith - Layout,
Bernie Corbett - Sports, Fran Mroz -
Photography, Nancy Smith - Art. Also
helping from time to time, Kathy Cor-
kum - Senior Section, Paul O'Neil -
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of great help in the struggle: Warren
Estes - Alumni Layout Editor, Ruth
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Pizza, Pasta, 84 Subs
Andersen Windowalls Telephone 491 6100
J. 8L C. Adams Co., Inc.
DOORS, WINDOWS, FRAMES, MILLWORK
Sal Barbo 438-1350 287A Main Street
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Stonehum, Mass. 02180
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Beacon Service Center
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Tires, Batteties, Expert Towing
Best Wishes and Congratulations
to the class of 1978
MR. AND MRS. MITCHELL
CO-REE REAL ESTATE
Selling or Buying
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CCovering 14 Towns - 4 Officesj
95 Montvale Avenue
Featuring Super Cuts
Beautiful Permanent Waving
Fantastic Hair Colorings and Wavings
K Farm Hill Shopping Center 438-9819 J
Complete Line Fashionable Clothing
284 Main St.
Stoneham, MA 02180
Uniperm Ear Piercing Body Waxing
Robert' s Boutique
Women's and Men's Hair Styling
Wigs - Cosmetics - Jewelry
BROWN BROS. INC.
H.E. Brown Agency
269 Main Street
Stoneham, MA 02180
Appraisals - Insurance - Real Estate
CITY CYCLE INC.
Domestics and Foreign Bicycles
Parts and Accessories
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FRANCINE'S PIZZA HOUSE
Orders To Go
303 Main St. For Fast Service
Stoneham, Mass. 438-9649
Congratulations to the Class of 1978
Charlotte and Simon
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Distinctive Beauty Service '
ROUND'S TRUE VALUE HARDWARE
Tru-test paints - Plumbing Supplies
Hardware - Housewares
431 Main Street Stoneham, Mass 02180
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33 Summer St.
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80 Montvale Avenue, Stoneham, Mass. 02l80
Telephone: C6173 438-5455
All Your Car Needs
To The Class of 1978
LOMBARD LUMBER CO.
35 Pomeworth St.
FAIR WINDS TOURS, LTD.
268 Main Street.
Stoneham, Mass. U.S.A.
Area 617 438-4022
UP R MARKETS
Melrose - 34 Essex St.
Revere - 209 Revere Beach Pkwy
Reading - 19 Bolton St.
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309 Main Street
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Congratulate and wish aii of you
the Blessings of the Lord.
Sister Ann Carver
Father Jack Crowley
Ms. Barbara Duffy
Mrs. Patricia McGah
Ms. Maureen McMann
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Mr. 8L Mrs. Martin J.
"WE LOVE DIRT"
YOUR FULL SERVICE CLEANERS FOR
CLOTHING, DRAPES, nuss. and TAn.oRiNG SERVICES
451 MAIN ST.
STONEHAM, MASS. 02180
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468 R Main Street - 438-7305
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Mr. Robert Silverman
Mr, Richard Reed
Mrs. Elizabeth Pack
Mr. Donald Musico
Mr. Steven Sullivan
Miss Carole McBeth
Mr. Michael Ascatolli
Mr. Socrates Taseos
Mr. Kevin Conroy
Mr. Michael Kennedy
Mr. James Romano
Mr. Ralph Rowell
Mr. Frederick Kiamie
Mrs. Lois Rosen
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Mr. Edward Mulcahy
Mr. Paul Atkinson
Mr. Barry Jenkins
Mr. Stanley Kopec
Miss Anne Gower
Miss Maria Garuti
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Mr. James Casey
Mr, Russell Lurvey
Mr. Denis Mulvihill
Mr. Henry Margarita
Mr. Martin Schoepfer
Mrs. Agnes - Mary Barry
Mr. Robert Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pagliarulo
Mrs. June Johnson
Miss Anne Harrington
Mr. James Troup
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