Seeglitz Junior High School - Yearbook (Peabody, MA)

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Seeglitz Junior Hi h School Yearbook Class of 1969 Peabody Institute Library, Peabody III I III I lllllllll llllllll II 3 1253 OC 623 725 FOREWORD The purpose of this yearbook is to gather all the activities and special events of the school year into one book. This is our way of letting the students know that we appreciate their accomplishments toward making this year a great success. In the futiue, when the students look back through these pages, they will remember what this year was like, and how everybody worked together to help make it a good one. Steve Brissette Editor MEMBERS OF THE YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Editor Steven Brissette Assistant Editor Jon Brothers David Clow Philip Cote Donald Ganz Rita Higgins Stephen Kenny Judy Lynch Michael Matvichuk Barbra McCatherine Linda McGray Linda Naczas James Pashby Mary Silva Paul Visconte Karen Wronkowski Gina Vistusi Theodora Zolotas Advisors Mrs. Judith Juffre and Mr. Rene Desjardins — 1 — TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Foreward, Yearbook Committee, School Picture 1 Table of Contents 2 Principal’s Message, Principal and Unit Directors 3 Faculty 4 Homerooms 5 Clubs 19 Student Council 26 Activities 27 Remember When 28 Champs 29 Guess Who and Science Fair 30 Montage 31-32 PRINCIPAL AND UNIT DIRECTORS JON PURCELL, Unit Director EDWARD O’CONNOR, Principal GERALD DONOVAN, Unit Director PrincipaL W. I would like to congratulate you, the members of the CLASS of 1969, for being a credit to your parents, your school and your community. On behalf of the administrative and teaching staff, I wish to express the hop e that each one of you will continue to achieve success in all your future endeavors. This YEARBOOK will serve to be a reminder of happy days and happy times spent in the Seventh Grade at the Seeglitz Junior High School. My sincerest best wishes go with you always. EDWARD J. O’CONNOR Principal — 3 — WOMEN FACULTY Left to right, 6rst row: Mary Bennett, Marie Pesce, Mary Caddy, Mary Ellen Hilenski, Janice Kingston, Anna Kosian, Beulah Bryant, Joyce Pigeon. Second row: Nancy Badt, Mary McLaughlin, Catherine Carey, Linda Aucone, Gail Meddoff, Ellen Hielinski, Myra Fixler, Marie Edison, Judith Juffre, Muriel Brett, Jan Thibodeau. MEN FACULTY Left to right: first row: Paul Davidson, Leroy Hyland, Lee Keith, Richard Medina, Calvin Meiners, Robert Simons, John Lawless. Second row: James Gillen, James Terlizzi, Rene Desjardins, James Ashby, George Lemire, Philip Kingston, Robert Rogers. ■ 5 — HOMEROOM 101 Left to right, first row: David Clow, William Evans, Alban Daigle, Daniel Doucette, Daniel Classman, Michael Belleveau, Glerard Demero. Second row: Sharon Block, Barbara Cooper, Janice Alviti, Jeanne Beatrice, Kathy Flynn, Cathy Campbell, Marylou Barnes. Third row: Judy Cockerham, Wendy Beckett, Susan Delaney, Sandra Bonanno, Donna Gonnella, Gerri Dello Croce, Beth Ellen Cohen, Janice Adler, Nancy Berman. Fourth row: Michael Disler, Guy Brienza, Edward Barry, James Decoulos, Alan Goodman, Richard Goodman. HOMEROOM 102 Left to right, first row: Mark Kolodziej, Mark Taylor, Hal Tepfer, George Kajos, Michael Shore, Alan Spatrick, Kevin Donovan, cond row: Lee LeCain, Lisa Babner, Leslie Cooper, Laurie Verrochi, Melanie Pabiz, Mary Silva, Cindy Hubbard. Third row: Jodi Wilinsky, Lorraine Cronin, Kathy Kalavretinos, Lee Ellen Bickerstaff, Linda McGray, Sheree Rothman, Pam Marden, Karen Rich, Janice Potember, Donna Langley, Linda Peterson. Fourth row: Edward Minson, John Dimarco, Bruce Buehner, Gregory Johnson, Steven Olswang, Theodore Heath, Steven Kenny, Steven Sweitzer, Richard Pellizaro, William Murphy. HOMEROOM 103 Left to right, first row: Steven Hawkins, Harold Lowman, Leo LaRocque, John McEwan, Steven Ingersoll, James McMath, Lawrence Grant. Second row: Rosemarie LeBel, Patricia Kelly, Mary Kuhn, Andrea Metropolis, Judy Lynch, Kathy Lomasney, Mary Lit. Third row: Barbara Morse, Pamela Kaplan, Joanne Mastone, Sherry Paige, Patricia Heath, Donna Winer, Amy Knutson, Nancy Haig, Karen Murtagh, Sandra Harris, Susan Kadlick. Fourth row: Debra Jean Hughes, Cathryn Lyons, Gale Kravetz, Karen Hanlon, Bradford Mills, Kathleen Harris, Diane McCall, Beverly Olsen. HOMEROOM 104 Left to right, first row: Thomas Waters, Gary Winer, Robert Pryor, Michael Surman, Gary Sowyrda, Leonard Romanick, Allan Saffer. Second row: Donna Whynot, Aimee Pelletier, KatUeen Walsh, Deborah Whitcomb, Cheryl Williams, Susan Pulli, Carol Tardy. Third row: Debra VanBobo, Patti Strowman, Linda Vandekrol, Bonny Stevens, Nancy Torrey, Cindy Smith, Alexis Strong. Fourth row: David Plcva, John Studzinski, Hilary King, Brian Steeves, James Hunt, George Scangas, Paul Tengberg, Charles Manos. HOMEROOM 105 Left to right, first row: Richard Gagnon, George Andreadakis, Dana Church, William Diamond, Peter Franggos, Marc Colety, Jon Brokers. Second row: Cindy Emrich, Cindy Connors, Cheryl Brown, Lori Bomstein, Rhonda Fritz, Shirley Arnold, Janet Andrews. Third row: Linda Cunio, Cheryl Cronin, Judith Garher, Renee Bachexman, Janine Doran, Ellen Donlon, Kathy Sanborn, Angela Cerullo, Andrea Efdm, Holly Henry. Fourth row: James Dee, Philip Cote, George Comiskey, Bruce Bowden, Donald Canz, John Davis. HOMEROOM 106 Left to right, first row: Douglas Knowlton, Peter McGoldrick, John Melville, Peter Langley, Edward Jackson, Stephen McCarthy, Mark Gatti. Second row: Kathleen Lyman, Sharon Linberg, Elizabeth Mitchell, Martha Laskarris, Louise Maguire, Kathy Kire, Patrice Magnon. Third row: Cheryl Luciano, Debra McClory, Shari Goldman, Susan Kolodny, Carol Ralph, Leslie Lupezwicz, Paida Keating. Fourth row: David Gravel, Robert Marshall, Mark Marcus, Robert Haidaczuk, Scott Hambidge, Douglas LiflFers, Steven Greenland, Stephen Mills, Arthur Hall. Absent: Amalia Koraria, Joseph Lastih, John Lynch. HOMEROOM 107 Left to right, first row: Greorgia Giannias, Anna Maria Bettencourt, Stella Alexandrou, Paula Giannias, Margaret Lima, Roula Christophoro. Second row: David Silviera, Victor Meduros, Dennis Giannias, William Galiotos, Jim Thrasivoulos. Third row: Antonio Mawia, Luis DaSiva. HOMEROOM 108 Left to right, first row: Steve Fournier, Robert Gardner, John Glowacki, Edward Girard, Anthony Gianetto, Paul Gallant, Mike Felt, Mark Falthzik, David Bik, Steve Edmunds, Steve Carroll. Second row: Larry Fixler, Alan Finnigan, Cora Field, Paula Arkalis, Gail Dulavitz, Jane Everson, Carol Dunn, Sandy Formica, Scott Gershaw, George Gasinowski. Third row: Betty Gilbert, Karen Berlin, Sandy Akre, Mary Fourier, Rita Higgins, Diane Fecteau, Betty Gardner. Fourth row: Stuart Baratz, Edward Whitcomb, Steve Cornell, Robert Gallo, John Fernandes, Robert Folsom, Mark Gelin. —9 J HOMEROOM 109 Left to right, 6rst row: Kevin Browne, John Connelly, Thomas Bettencourt, Michael DeMayo, Steven Aylward, Albert Bartlett, Helio Bettencourt. Second row: Denise Costa, Marcia Cipullo, Debra Conway, Judith Davis, Janet Cleary, Linda Cullen, Debra Cavallon. Third row: Scott Chace, Elizabeth Arrington, Catherine Delilse, Thomas Byron, Anthony Caron. Fourth row: John Cleary, Gary DeStefano, Brian Davis,Victor Barros, David Barrett, Robbie Van Guine, Robert Carty, Carlos Abreu. HOMEROOM no Left to right, first row: Michael Fritz, Ronald Franco, David Hosker, Brian Foley, Richard Ferranti, Brian Hersey, Gregory Diminture. Second row: Mary Ann Gilbert, Mary Kara- koudas, n Marie Endslow, Debbie Holuk, Susan Ferry, Alexandra Kentros. Third row: Michael Kenny, Lawrence Jones, Steven French, Rafael Dirocho, Fernando George. Fourth row: Michael Harney, Stephen Fay, Michael Gordon, Scott Dunn, Joseph Kachinski, James Gorden. — 10 — HOMEROOM 201 Left to right, first row: Carlos Cunha, William Gagne, Daniel Mahoney, George Angelakis, Stephen Cornelius, Michael Garabedian, Paul McDonald. Second row: Cheryl Adams, Holly White, Deborah El well, Judy Doucette, Debra St. Pierre, Darlene Morse, Gail Donohue. Third row: Donna Blair, Rosemarie Bettencourt, Deborah Twombly, Caroline Spinale, Donna Antonio, Elaine Bovio, Cathy Matvichuk, Cheryl Twiss. Fourth row: Leslie Hansen, Antonio Soares, Robert Hawkins, Stuart Altschuler, Anthony Fabrizio, Thomas Murphy, Donna Murdock. HOMEROOM 203 Left to right, first row: David Provencher, Richard Walsh, Jeffery Richards, Robert Paciulan, Brian Qiu’nn, Richard Scanlon, Arthur Pernokas. Second row: Mary Rossi, Michelle Romei, Susan Peters, Susan Tattan, Kathleen Walsh, Maude Riva, Lynn Nelson. Third row: Donna Price, Constance Williams, Kerry Skiffington, Joanne Simpson, Karen Slate, Ann Rydzewski, Theodora Zolotas, Amy Lee Rosen, Catherine Neve. Fourth row: Peter Mulholland, Robyn Snow, Ivy Weiner, Robert Pearl, Michael Zappia, Frank Shattner, Gary Wolovick, Mary Plourde. — 11 — HOMEROOM 205 Left to right, first row: Alex Tsaltas, Joseph Miles, Kenneth White, Glenn Silva, Paul Visconte, Peter Turner, William Suleski. Second row: Almerinda Santos, Susan Sheehan, Theresa Silvia, Pamela Wolfe, Joan Turner, Angie Tillas, Maria Bettencourt. Third row: Janis Tatterfield, Susan Sigman, Angela Zeuli, Anne Schimpf, Eva Moutsoulas, Maria Silva. Fourth row: Daniel Silva, Paul Turner, Gary Shea, Timothy Wells, Arlindo Vieira, Daniel Thompson, Daniel Thibodeau. HOMEROOM 206 Left to right, first row: Harvey Miller, Neil Magesky, John Leach, Joseph Martins, Edward MacPherson, Arthur McCarthy. Second row: Debra Langill, Brenda Kogut, Line LeBlanc, Corinne Levesque, Florinda Madiera, Gail Manning, Paula Mafley. Third row: Philip Lippens, Raymond Kohut, Richard Marston, Debra Manbuca, Arlene LeMack, Mark Mclnnis, Robert Dugar, Paid Kirlis. n 1 — 12 — HOMEROOM 207 Left to right, first row: Richard Decker, Anthony Curreri, Jeffrey DiPlacido, Angelo DiStefano, Paul Dolan, Michael Desmond. Second row: Jill Bergin, Susan Delisio, Cindy Dichner, Joyce Coolen, Ellen Cassidy, Mary Creeden, Angeline Drougas. Third row: Janis Abbott, Elayne Cotton, Carol Curcio, Doreen Demoree, Carol Dimitroff, Jean Croughwell, Karen Cottrell, Susanne Cullinan. Fourth row: Susan Delfino, Mark Delude, Ismael Duarte, Anthony DiPietro, Steven Cornacchio, David Cullen, Kathryn Balser. HOMEROOM 211 Left to right, first row: Wayne Phillips, William Russell, Gary Pelligrini, Steve Poverman, Richard O’Connell, John Rand, Jeff Morhaim. Second row: Susan McGuirk, Randi Noyes, Debra Parrot, Nanette Field, Kathy Brennan, Stella Matsoulas, Louise Pinto. Third row: Ann Marie Penny, Donna Pappas, Donna Poirier, Marie Delisle, Shirley Tatterfield. Fourth row: Paul Nelson, Kevin Mueller, John Rocco, Jim Pashby, Ron Phillips, Gus Kritikos, Charles Roumeliotis, Robert Pashby. — 13 — HOMEROOM 212 Left to right, first row: Tom King, Michael Kane, Robert Jones, Michael Kalfin, Robert Jordan, Robert Greene, John Hayward. Second row: Estelle Kallman, Karen lacoviello, Mary EUen Holleran, Pamela Haines, Maureen Hyland, Susan Jackson, Janice Harrington. Third row: Michael Barry, Chris Kalivas, Debra Jarzynka, Carolyn Jones, Nicholas Sarartis, Risty Kalivas. Fourth row: Richard Jordan, Denis Hovasse, James Guzofski, Kenneth Hickman, Paul Jwanowski, Richard Harriman, Edward Hwalek. I y I (, J ' £) f: j " ! HOMEROOM 213 Left to right, first row: Michael Burgess, Michael Boaman, Steven Brissette, Anthony Bova, Mark Brenner, Mark Burke. Second row: Jean Ciccia, Susan Rose, Noreene Brooks, Lucy Capala, Rita Bowes, Laurie Niedomys, Kimberly Chin. Third row: Andrea Block,- Carol Chauss, Patricia Cain, Deborah Carvino, Dorene Brooks, Donna Cherbuy, Irene Barone, Susan Carey. Fourth row: Gerald Colantunoni, Arthur Christ, Brian Bums. 1 1 — 14 — HOMEROOM 301 Left to right, first row: Thomas Kelso, Greg Lebro, Paul Lane, Brian Keating, Steven Langis, Don Kanter, Michael Kelly. Second row: Kristine Kotsiroplos, Kim Ketrelakes, Gail LeBlanc, Toni Kravchuh, Debra Larrabee, Paula LeFave, Diane Leavitt. Third row: Fourth row: Paul Blair, Leonard Lobao, JeflFrey Krugman, John LeBlanc, Charles Lawrence, Debra Little, Karol Kotsiroplos, Anna Kleros, Terry Kingston, Mary LePage, Deborah Kay. Philip Lamy, Charles Kotsiroplos, Edward Lane, Mark Kulakowski. HOMEROOM 304 Left to right, first row: Allan Marcus, Michael Mapes, James McEwen, William Markarian, Kevin McKinnon, William Marshall. Second row: Linda Lomelis, Barbara McCatherin, Susan Luster, Jan McCafferty, Pamela MacArthur, Christine McCarthy, Marlene Amotis. Third row: Linda Mahoney, Debra Maglio, Carrie Manchurowski, Carol Lubow, Gayle McLean, Ellen Mandragouras, Barbara Lynch, Debra Lucas. Fourth row: Steven Luz, Ralph McElroy, Robert McL mon, Stephen Mahoney, Bruce LeBel, Joseph Analoro. Absent: Denise Aslin, Warren M2innmg, Shirley Tatterfield. 15 — HOMEROOM 305 Left to right, first row: Christopher Quinn, Peter Mitsopoulos, Stephen Noone, David Mills, Mark Bartkiewicz, Eugene Nigrelli. Second row: Pamela Mullen, Susan Mello, Linda Naczas, Diane Andrade, Catherine Lisa Ottaviano, Kimberly LeBlanc. Third row: Lawrence Parente, Janet Monico, Ruth Norton, Sheri Michelman, Paula Morgantino, Marianne Ouellette, Paul Dyer. Fourth row: Paid O’Leary, David Merrill, John O’Toole, Michael McNulty, Daniel Bems, Ronald Michael, Lawrence Murphy, James O’Callaghan. HOMEROOM 306 Left to right, first row: Frank Perron, Jay Putnam, Peter Rancourt, Brian Santapaula, Gary Ruddock, Michael Ryan. Second row: Susan Roumeliotis, Gale Saraglow, Sharon Petrino, Cynthia Rubano, Barbara Raffa, Janice Provencher, Patricia Sakelakas. Third row: Leo Quirk, Walter PUkons, Edmund Promise. Fourth row: Ronald Antreasian, Anthony Salalayko, Gordon Potter, Wayne Parris, Michael Pelletier, Marc Prince. 16 — HOMEROOM 307 Left to right, first row: Brian Silva, James Sierra, Thomas Silva, Kevin Selinger, Jeffrey Alhright, Kenneth Swaine. Second row: Lori Spiegel, Roberta Shapiro, Ann Silva, Kim SUva, Lorrie Schetromph, Rebecca Shute, Christine Smith. Third row: Andrew Sweeter, Brian Stone, Bruce Southwick, Steven Sharry, Ronald Argenbright. Fourth row: Albert Swiderski, Theodore Skaliotis, Frederick Riley, Robert Tierney. HOMEROOM 311 Left to right, first row: Steve Talkowsky, Charles Trites, Tom Holtz, Alan Temkin, Henry Waters, Terre Weisman, Dave Trueira. Second row: Gail Walker, Linda Bacon, Sherry Ricker, Pamela White, Cheryl Maurais, Margaret Pigo, Dawn Tome. 3rd row: David Rayworth, Donnie Gilmer, Karen Davis, Kimberly Tinkham, Brian MacDonald, Lambros Vlachakis. Fourth row: Steve Bernstein, Tom Towey, Bill Weatherbee, Cary Tilas, Mike Melota, Steve Silva, Mark Sexton, Chris Triantafillou. — 17 — HOMEROOM 312 Left to right, first row: Brian Dolan, James Inglas, Mark Warner, Anthony Firicano, Charles Ericson, William Franklin, William Habelow. Second row: Nancy GrUlo, Kim Chilcoate, Diana Carter, Isabelle Hartney, Susan Keon, Deborah Demming, Patricia Falkingham. Third row: Janet Girgus, Sheila Brown, Linda Goldman, Doreen Crean, Bonny Cowper, Essie Harsfield. Fourth row: Ronald Kerbel, James Darrah, Mark Berman, Thomas Doran, Timothy Karamas, Frederick Dexter, Ben Hoff. HOMEROOM 313 heft to right, first row: Robert Serino, Scott Rowe, Robert Swiderski, Bruce Solar, Kevin Mulhenn, Charles Cole. Second row: Brenda Stocker, Cheryl Lord, Karen Rizzo, Anne Pleva, Susan Weism , Donna Pardi, Gina Viscusi. Third row: Sharon O’Neil, Elizabeth Procopio, IVIarlene Liberti, Denise Shaut, Gail Robinson, Debbie Smullen, Stephanie Manos, Robin Sollosy. Fourth row: Jody Reagen, Michael Matvichuk, Brian Sollosy, Walter Kwiecinski, Helen Slade, Judy Rodenhiser. 18 — J AQUARIST CLUB Mr. Meiners, Sponsor Members: Jeffrey Albright, Steven Aylward, Mike Belleveau, Mike Boaman, Rita Bowes, Mark Brenner, Mike Burgess, Steve Carroll, Dana Church, Carlos Cunha, Allan Daigle, Charles Ericson, Scott Gershaw, Ed Girard, Vice-President; Robert Greene, Richard Harriman, Robert Tierney, Kenneth Hickman, Deinnis Horasse, Chris Kalivas, Risty Kalivas, President; Dan Kimball, Leonard Lubao, Mike Matvichuk, Steven A lls, Paul O’Leary, Charles Roumeliotis, Richard Saunders, Mike Shore, James Sierra, Brian Silva, Tom Silva, Bruce Solar, Ed Whitcomb, Secretary. The Aquarist Club, wuth assistance from a dis- tinguished guest sj eaker, several aquariums and advisor, Mr. Meiners, studied several specie of fish, fish diseases, and went to the New England Aquarium in Boston. The knowledge obtained by the members should come in handy in College and High School Biology and Oceanography. AVIATION CLUB Mr. Kingston and Mr. Rogers, Advisors OfiBcers: President, Marc Colety; Vice-President, Michael Zappia; Treasurer, Robert Folsom; Secretary, Michael Felt. Members ( Group 1 ) : Donald Ganz, Edward Hwalik, David’ Bik, Mark Taylor, Philip Lamy, Michael Kelly, Edward Lane, Paul Gallant, Mark Gelin, William Evans, Robert Gallo, Robert Bulmer, John McEwan, Mark Falthzik, John Brothers, Philip Cote, Mark Beronen, Jeff Morhaim. (Group 2): Andrea Eftim, Angela Cerullo, Renee Bacherman, Carolyn Jones, Elizabeth Procopio, John Fernandes, Stephen Edmonds, Peter Franggos, Bruce Bowden, John Leach, Douglas Liffers, Brian McDonald, Frederick Riley, William MiUT)hy, William Diamond, Gerald Re. The promising members of the Aviation Club, under the sujjervision of Mr. Kingston and Mr. Rogers, learn the basic skills of flying. Their special field trips included Beverly Airport, which included OMNI Fly- ing Club, and Logan International Airport. All this added to their knowledge of the art of flying. At one time the club had the pleasure of having a substitute teacher for Mr. Kingston, who was a flight engineer for TWA. — 20 — CHEERLEADERS CLUB Mrs. Battit, Advisor Members: Mary LePage, Janice Alveiti, Leslie Leipczwitz, Sheryl Luciano, Sharon Blocke, Beth Cohen, Sherily Arnold, Sherry Rotheman, Leslie Coojjer, Cheryl Lord, Judith Rodenhiser, Angie Tillas, Angela Zeuli, Gail Kravetz, Denise Costa, Linda Mahoney, Debra Smullen, Donna Pardi. ACTIVITIES: With a turnout of over 200 girls the woman teachers were faced with a difficult task. Finally after much deciding, they chose 18 of our finest girls to be Cheerleaders for good old Seeglitz Jr. High. Not only is talent necessary, but the girls must have passing grades at all times. So with the combination of talent and looking great in their uniforms of white blouses and navy blue skirts, our Cheerleaders stood out at all events. The girls led us in our favorite chants at all foot- ball, basketball, and boys’ intramural sports. They helped brighten our cheers at the student-faculty game which led us on to victory over the teachers by a score of 48-32. Needless to say, the girls are a credit not only to Seeglitz, but to their fine and patient teacher, Mrs. Battit, who deserves a couple of cheers herself. LEADERS CLUB Mr. Leroy Hyland, Advisor Members: Paul Jwanowski, Michael Desmond, Gieorge Angel- akis, Paul McDonald, Peter Langley, Thomas Carr, Larry Jais, Steven Ingersoll, Allan Finnegan, Walter Kwiecinski, Brian Dolan, Tames Inglis, David Trueira, Lambros Lachakis, Gary Tilas, Thomas Towev, Kevin Selinger, James McEwen, Walter Mannink, Thomas Bettencourt, Leo Lerocque, Richard Decker, Kevin Mucherin, Joe Vega, Gary Destefano, John Cleary, Robert Haidaczuk. Chris Triantahllou, Michael Melota. The Leaders Club is very much engaged in the art of acrobatics and gymnastics. They staged an enjoyable orogram of athletic feats before the Student-Faculty Basketball Game. It’s good to have a member of the Leaders Club with you when you’re walking down a dark alley at night. DESIGN CLUB Mr. Keith and Mr. Cleary, Advisors OfiScers: President, Kevin McKinnon; Treasurer, Mark Delude; Secretary, Angelo DiSteflFano. Members: Tom Holtz, Bruce LeBel, Anthony Giannetto, Scott Rowe, Anthony Currier, Brian Bennett, Carlos Abreu, James Dee, Robert McLemon, Robert Serino, Steven Comacchio. The Design Club often produced detailed draw- ings of FUTURIFIC automobiles that put Detroit to shame. The walls of the Graphic Art rooms 309 and 310 were covered with beautiful drawings, and a promising future lies ahead for these young artists. BOOK CLUB Miss McNeilly, Advisor Officers: President, Debbie Conway; Vice-President, Paul Blair; Treasurer. Dawn Tome. Members: Anna Kleros, Debra Little, Kim Tinkham, Linda Szulc, Patricia Corriveau, Elayne Cotton, Susan Delisio, Kathy Lomasney, Darlene Morse. Linda Bacon, Gail Robinson. Debbie Jarzynka, Chervle Maurais, Tony Mello, Arthur McCarthv, Diane Leavitt, Steve Langis, Greg Lebro, Paul Lane, Jeff Krugman, Ken White, Philip Lippers, Hal Tepfer. Throughout the year the club members collected home libraries. The members have had an introduction to poetry from their sponsor, Miss McNeillv. One story that was read during the year was “West Side Story”. BAND CLUB Mr. John Evans, Advisor Members: Lynn Nelson, Gary Winer, Bradford Mills, Cindy Emrich, Anna Kleros, Michael Gordon, Daniel Doucette, Mark Mercer, John Demarco, John Haywobd, Bruce Buehner, Peter Rancourt, Frank Schattner, Holly Henry, Arthur Pernokas. The Band this year has learned to play new pieces on their musical instruments. With their instructor, Mr. Evans, they presented a melody of Christmas carols at the school assembly. The members all hope to eventually become musicians in the Peabody High School Band. —22 CIRCLE D’ART Mrs. Joyce Pigeon, Advisor Treasurer, Michael Ryan. Members: Janis Alder, Sandra Akre, Judy Cockerham, David Cullen, Susan Cullinan, Michael DeMayo, Anthony DiPietro, Dianne Fecteau, Susan Ferry, Michael Fritz, Bartalo Ganzalez, James Guzofski, Stephen Kenny, Joseph Martins, Paul Nelson, Marc Prince, Cynthia Rubano, Gail Walker. The createful students of the Circle D’Art Club worked on such projects and activities as Wire, Clay, Wood, Toothpick Sculptures, Mask Making, Drawing and Painting, Stitchery, Wall-Hangings, Collage and Decorating the Art room. The club also enjoyed an art museum. BUTTONS AND BOWS CLUB Beulah A. Bryant, Advisor Officers: President, Nancy Haig; Vice-President, Pamela Kaplan; Treasurer, Janice Potember; Secretary, Jodi Wilinsky. Members: Cheryl Adams, Ellen Cassidy, Judy Davis, Catherine Delisle, Debra Elwell, Sandra Formica, Emily Karkaris, Andrea Metropolis, Lynne Patterson, Linda Peterson, Kathy Sanborn, Susan Weisman, Cheryl O’Malley, Essy Harsfield, Betty Gilbert. The Buttons and Bows Club, superbly supervised by Mrs. Beula A. Bryant, has been an extremely active club this year. The girls first project was making make-up capes, followed right after by the making of Christmas stockings. To start the new year off, the girls made burlap flowers, and one of their spring projects was making curler capes. LIBRARY CLUB Mrs. Lomas, Advisor Officers: President, Aimee Pelletier; Vice-President, Karen Hanlon; Secretary, Shari Goldman; Treasurer, Bonny Cowper. Members: Rosemarie Bettencourt, Noreen Brooks. Sheila Brown, Judi Garber, Isabelle Hartney, Cynthia Hubbard, Kathleen Lyman, Ellen Mandragouras, Pamela Marden, Linda McGray, Randijean Noyes, Susan Rose, Carol Tardy. ACTIVITIES: The Library Club, under supervision of Mrs. Janice Lomas, have learned to file recipes and to pro- duce a reading program. They have also learned up check books out and keep the book shelves in order. — 23 — CHESS CLUB Mr. Ashby and Mr. Gillen, Advisors Members: Paul Tenberg, Mark Kolodziej, Jim McMath, Gary Sowyrda, BUI Franklin, Bruce Greenfield, Steve Switzer, Alan Goodman, Richard Walsh, Tony Firicano, Kevin Dono- van, Alan Spatrick, Brian Steeves, Steve Cornelius, Harold Loman, Danny Desmond, Steve Kanclerowicz, John Davis, Bill Weather bee, Greg Gagne, Robert Pryor, Jerron Smith, Bernard Hoff, Mark Williams, Bob Hawkins, Arthur Zaiger, Ricky Berger, George Kajos, Arthur Pernokas, Richard Gagnon, Steve Olswang, Kevin Burns, Bill Habelow, Mike Kalfin, HUlary Kmg, Robert Jones, Jeff Richards, Robert Holfman, Gary Winchell, Stuart Altschuler, George Andrea- dakis, Stuart Baratz, Eddie Barry, George Comisky, Billy Dexter, Michael Dbler, Paul Dyer, Daniel Glassman, Gary Greenberg, Ronnie Michael, Peter Mitsopoulos, Daniel Thomsen, Paula Keating. ACTIVITIES: The Chess Club is a very interesting club to be in. It gives the members a chance to challenge and be challenged. All the names are placed on a chart. Each person’s progress is charted from week to week, so that each member can check his progress against the others. The boys usually pick their own partners, but are sometimes assigned to one. In this way the lx)ys play their friends; and, at the same time, meet some inter- esting and challenging new people. All in all the Chess Club is a place to come to enjoy oneself and learn about a truly remarkable game, chess! GLEE CLUB Muriel Brett, Advisor OfiBcers: President, Michael Melota; Vice-President, Joanne Simpson; Secretary, Marlene Liberti; Treasurer, Judith Actis; Librarian, Maria Bettencourt. Members: Lee Ellen Bickerstaff, Rhonda Fritz, Sherry Paige, Lisa Babner, Karen Wronkowski, Anne Marie Endslow, Mary Karakoudas, Susan Pulli, Gregory Diminture, Bonny Stevens, Joanne Mastone, Maria Hebert, Patrice Magnan, Marcia Cipullo, Denise Costa, Eva Mout- soulos, Maria Tsonis, Deborah St. Pierre, Judith Actis, Maria Bettencourt, Louise Pinto, Lucy Mendonsa, Maria D. Silva, Susan Peters, Joanne Simpson, Caroline Spinale, Debbie Parott, Ann Marie Perry, Donna Pappas, Elizabeth Procopio, Karen Rizzo, Marlene Liberti, Michael Melota, Bruce South- wick, William Marshall, Helen Slade, Janet Cleary, Lee LeCain, Denbe Shaut, Susan Greene. Membership in the Seeglitz Glee Club is open to all and any students of our school. Since successful choral work can only be attained by concerned effort, our pupils develop good teamwork at the same time, discovering a musical activity, in which he or she can participate with individual satisfaction and some degree of mastery. We began our year by building a repetoire of folk songs of our own country and those of other lands. In December the club presented at assembly, a program featuring Hanukkah and Christmas songs. Patriotic selections are being rehearsed, in club. The Glee Club thanks the entire student body for being such a good audience; we enjoyed singing to you in December and hope we can have a repeat performance before we leave in June. Thank you! Club Officers, Members, and Miss Brett — 24 — GUIDANCE CLUB Mr. O’Shea, Sponsor OfiBcers: President, Christine McCarthy; Vice-President, Linda Cunio; Secretary, Susan Jackson; Treasurer, Susan Tattan. Members: Susan Tattan, Karen Rich, Mary Kuhn, Glenn Silva, Mark Kulakowski, Daniel Thibodeau, Charlie Kot- siropios, Anne Schimpf, Chris McCarthy, Janine Doran, Linda Cunio, Leonard Romanick, Steven Luz, Karen lacoviello, Lorene Cronin, Rosemarie LeBel, Deborah Larrabee, Deborah Kay, Estelle Kallman, Janice Harrington, Maureen Hyland, Susan Jackson, Mary Ellen Holleran, Pam Haines, Danny Silva, Alan Finnegan, Deborah McClary, Martha Laskarris, Louise Maguire. PURPOSE OF THE CLUB The purpose of the Guidance Club is to encourage more participation in guidance activities by the students of the Seeglitz Junior High and to help and encourage all students. In addition to receiving assist- ance in making educational and vocational plans, the club’s activities promote the growth of attitudes which will help the students in their personal and social development. KITCHEN CRAFT CLUB Mrs. McLaughlin, Advisor OfiBcers: President, Anne Rydzewski; Vice-President, Debra VanBobo; Secretary, Robin Snow. Members: Andrea Block, Donna Price, Leslie Hansen, Donna Blair, Mary Rossi, Kathy Kalavretinos, Cathy Lyons, Rosemary Gallagher, Ellen Donlon, Pamela Theokas, Marie Deslisle, Mary Yasi, Theresa Lewandoski, Kathy Walsh. The Kitchen Craft Club, under the watchful eye of advisor Mrs. McLaughlin, underwent such projects and activities such as taking Veterans Day tray favors for the Jamaica Plain Hospital, Thanksgiving Cookies and Card Holders for Christmas. There are always tempting smells coming from the foods room 209, which attracted many students between jjeriods. i - 25 — STUDENT COUNCIL Mrs. Juffre and Mr. Desjardins, Advisors OfiBcers: President, Gregory Johnson; Vice-President, Janet Girgus; Secretary, Rita Higgins; Treasurer, Judy Lynch. Representatives: David Clow, Mary Silva, Sandra Harris, David Pleva, Renee Bacherman, Robert Marshall, David Silverra, Larry Fixler, Victor Barros, David Hosker, William Gagne, Theodore Zolotas, Paul Visconte, Mark Meinnis, Mary Creeden, James Pashhy, Richard Jordan, Steven Brissette, Nancy Marshall, Barbara McCatherine, Linda Naezas, Romdd Antresian, Ann Silva, Henry Waters, James Inglis, Gina Viscusi. PURPOSE: The purpose of the Student Council is to let the student body have a voice in school affairs pertaining directly to them. The Council, under supervision of Mrs. Juffree and Mr. Desjardins, has arranged all social events such as: dances, tag days, etc. To see what government in action is hke, the Student Council visited the State House. — 26 — REMEMBER WHEN . . . After a long summer, the corridors of Seeglitz Jr. High were once again filled with happy and confused students searching for their homerooms. It was exciting trying to find which room you were going to next and meeting new teachers. Then, after about a month of school, elections for the Student Council took place. The first election was voting for the p erson of your choice to represent your homeroom. The second election was for offices of the Student Council. Assemblies were held in the audi- torium where members made speeches for the offices of president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. Money was first successfully raised when the Council held: Tag Day on Nov. 8-9. On the 8th the girls tagged the boys they liked to carry their books to the next class. On the 9th the boys did likewise to the girls. It was fun piling your books on top of the f ersons you tagged, hurrying with an armload of books trying not to be late for class, walking along without any books and watching the next person drop a double armload on the floor, and running down the corridor trying to get away from someone who’s trying to tag you. Before we stop talking about all this excitement, the highly successful — Christmas Dance was held on Dec .14. We were satisfyingly entertained by the music of the “What Group”. Even our swinging teachers joined in on the dances. It was a blast! After a while of exciting school work, the Clothes Drive was held. Its purpose was to collect clothes no longer needed to be sent to the unfortunate people of Appalachia. The drive was sponsored by the Student Council and was very successful. All which led up to the — ■ Valentines-St. Patrick’s Day Dance. The Valen- tine-St. Patrick’s Dance was held a month away from its original date, Feb. 14, because of the snow storm. It was still a smashing success! The “Bay State Settle- ment” and our own school group, “The Sands of Time” provided the groovy music for the swinging crowd. Our Valentine-St. Patty’s Queen was Kimberly Tinkam in homeroom 311. She was voted the prettiest girl in the school. The next big excitement was the Student-Faculty Basketball Game. As for the game it was, in a way, a success. The women faculty blitzed the girls’ intramural with a score of 28-20. But — as for the men faculty, they were creamed by the boys’ all stars, 48-32! On May 14, the Science Fair was held. Three of the best projects from each class were chosen by the students’ science teachers to enter the fair. The exhibits were very unusual and plenty of time and hard work was put into all of them. Bruce Buehner was awarded the first place trophy for his exhibit of an analog computer. The biggest success of all was the Lincoln Park Surprise Dance. We once again danced to the music of a fave group. The money we raised from the dance was used to go on a trip for the whole school to — Lincoln Park. This activity, the whole school thought was the best we ever had. Once you paid the admission you were able to go on any and as many rides that you wanted for free. So for one day we were out of school, with friends, and having a great time and a lot of laughs. As the year was coming to a close we had Awards Day. This was both an exciting and confusing day. Awards and pins were given to basketball champs, football champs. Science Fair winners, scholastic achievers, club members, etc. And so as the last day of school finally came, it was the happiest day for everyone. The kids said farewell to their teachers and looked forward to summer. — 28 — FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Left to right, first row: Peter Mulholland, Stephen Fay, Joe Vega, Tom Carr, Captain; Arthur Hall, Frederick Riley. Second row: Brian Hersey, Michael Fritz, Kenneth White, Stuart Baratz. Absent: Jay Putnam, Jim McEwen, Daniel Titus. BASKETBALL CHAMPS Left to right: David Clow, George Andreadakis, Henry Waters, Peter Mitsopoulos, Arthur Christ, James Pashby, Lambros Vlachakis, Robert Pashby. Absent: Jay Putnam. — 29 — GUESS WHO Left to right, bottom: Janet, Laurie, Jodi, Paula. Top: Gregory, Donald, Bruce, James. Done Most For Seeglitz Janet Girgus Gregory Johnson Best Dressed Laurie Newman Donald Ganz Most Popular Kimberly Tinkham James Pashby Most Likely To Succeed Jodi Wilinsky Bruce Buehner Most Athletic Paula Keating Larry Jace SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS First Place, Bruce Buehner - Analog Computer. Second place, Daniel Glassman • Computers Third Place, Christopher Quinn - Van de GraafiF Generator — 30 — — 31 — - 32 - i


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