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INNITOU CLASS OF ’78 
WOBURN SENIOR HIGH 

SCHOOL 



WOBURN, MASSACHUSETTS 



























Pictures of today 
Memories of the past ' 

Each special day, that will forever last. 
















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Our strong hopes 
and wishes 
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The meeting of someone and becoming a friend 
the bond of brotherhood that will never end. 



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The reminiscence of class and times left behind 
reflect one’s emotions in the mirror of one’s 
mind. 



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Growing relationships between 
students and teachers 

from classroom activities . . . 

to stadium bleachers 



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From a budding sophomore to a senior in bloom 
Our season is ending, our sunset comes soon 



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We look forward today with our eyes open wide, 
but our times in the past will always be inside. 



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Dedication 

We, the Class of 1978, recognize as this year’s dedication 
recipient, a man who has given of himself both in and out of the 
classroom. This outstanding member of the Woburn High School 
faculty has encouraged us toward our goals by his sincere con¬ 
cern for us, and by his enthusiastic support of our class. 

This individual has presented himself as firm, fair, and person¬ 
able. There has always been an atmosphere of friendliness and 
understanding in his classroom. He has successfully taught us to 
recognize and deal with the social concerns of our generation. 
Beyond this, he has become acquainted with many members of 
the entire student body. He has consistently added much to our 
extra-curricular activities as a former coach of football and tennis, 
and with his loyal support to all our social events. 

In the future, as we relive our high school days, we will remem¬ 
ber you as a trusting friend and generous human being. For the 
understanding you have shown for us, we offer this symbol of our 
appreciation to you . . . 

MR. RICHARD T. QUALEY 



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Administration and Faculty 


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Sup erin tendent’s 
Message 


Congratulations to the Class of 1978. 

The challenge of the future in our democratic society demands the fullest 
effort of each of us as a participant and citizen, so that we preserve those fun¬ 
damental values which make us a country of great spirit, and to effect those 
changes which make us a nation of understanding and leadership. 

Good luck to each of you as you continue your learning and formal education. 

Sincerely, 


Superintendent of Schools 





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Charles W. Lamontagne 


DR. CHARLES W. LAMONTAGNE 
Superintendent 



PAUL J. ANDREWS 
Assistant Superintendent 


I. EDWARD MARASHIO 
Assistant to the Superintendent 



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Yearbook Message 

To Members of the Class of 1978: 

The preparation, editing, and presentation of this year¬ 
book of the Class of 1978 has been a monumental task 
completed with dedication by a superior staff of students 
and advisers. 


In one sense a yearbook is merely a pictorial record of the 
senior year in high school. In a more significant sense it is 
a permanent memorial of the associations, activities, and 
classmates who have given flesh to the spirit that is 
Woburn Senior High School. 

On the eve of Graduation in 1978, it is fitting that one 
pause to reflect on those associations of our high school 
days, since never again will the Class of ’78 meet as a 
whole. It is a time of deep sentiment. 

It is a time to be happy and a time to be sad in reviewing 
our educational gains during the past three years; happy 
that we had taken some of the benefits of our high school 
opportunities — sad that we had not taken more. 


To each member of this fine class is extended a personal 
good wish for health, happiness, and success in reaching 
the goals of a journey of a lifetime. 


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Henry D. Blake 



PAIJI K SWFFNFY VirP Prinrinal 





MARIE BUTLER 
ROBERT DORAN 
JULIANNE KALLAS 



CAROLYN LAZENBY 
MARY ANN PALUMBO 




NANCY LEVERICH DOROTHEA NANCY McFAGUE EDMUND McGRATH FRANK FEDELE 

PAULSCHLICKMANN McCAUSLAND BARBARA VILMAZULIANI 

CHARLES SHERIDAN SOKOLOWSKI 


English Department 


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CAROL CATEN 
MARCIA SHULTZ 


JANET CELI ELIZABETH CONDON 

LUCILLE LYONS BARBARA MURPHY 


ALBERT 
DESCOUTEAUX 
RANDI ORPEN 


OCTOBER FROST DEBBIE CLINTON 

KARENSHERBA ANDREA MEEHAN 



Foreign Language Department 


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Home Economics Department 



RICHARD McEACHERN THOMAS KILDAY LEONARD MANNING JOHN PARZIALE 



WILLIAM SCHULTZ GEORGE TRANFAGLIA JOHN WILE 


Industrial Arts Department 




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JUSTUS ALLEN 
PETER DALEY 
STEPHEN FERNANDES 


EDWARD CARROLL 
SANDRA DELAY 
DENIS GOLDEN 


DENNIS McELHINEY 





MARIE SCALESSE 


RICHARD QUALEY 
MARY ELLEN WISSMAN 


DAVID MURPHY 
MICHAEL VALERIANI 


MATTHEW McNAMARA 
JAMES SULLIVAN 


NED MURRAY 
KATHRYN WINTERSON 


Social 

Studies 

Department 


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Library 










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Music 



CHARLES COLLINS 


ROBERT HODGSON 














ELLEN AUSTIN 
LEONA SHANHOLTZ 
MARGARET BOYAJIAN 


MARY CHASE 
ROBERT O’BRIEN 
JOHN CARR 


Guidance Department 





Housemaster and Dean of Girls 


JOSEPH F. CURRAN 
MARY LOU DONOVAN 


JAMES FOLEY 
PAULG. MURPHY 


Athletic 

Director 



WALTER P. WHITE 


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LOUIS BUSSONE 
VIRGINIA HALL 
VIRGINIA 
HUTCHINSON 


ELFREDA KALLOCK 
FRANK LOGAN 
DENNIS O'BRIEN 




Mathematics 

Department 




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GEORGE ACCOMANDO NICHOLAS ATHENS K. SCOTT BLAKE DONALD FREELEY GEORGE GIRAGOSIAN CHARLES BOYER 

TOBY KLANG HARRY MARDEROSIAN SHIRLEY JOHN McDAVITT DONALD NOLAN JOHN O’CONNOR 

MARTIN-FOLEY 


Science Department 

















School Nurses 



PHYLLIS HETZEL 


CATHERINE 

CANTILLON 






JOEMARASHIO LORRAINE PORTER PETER SULLIVAN 



Life Education Department 



AUSTIN GARVEY 


MICHAEL MURPHY 


JERRY O’NEILL 


PAUL ROMANO 


BRENDA JOYCE 



PAULA MACFARLAND SUZANNE HOLMES ANN LAVACCHIA 


Physical Education 
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JANET BRUNO 

louise McDonough 


ELLEN CONNELL 
JOHN McWHINNEY 


WILLIAM HOLLAND 
GLORIA PROAKIS 


ARLENE LASKY 
DAVID SWEENEY 


DORIS LYNCH 
THOMAS TREACY 


Business Education Department 



ELEANOR McCALL 
DIANE RYAN 
RICHARD 
SKEFFINGTON 



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VINCENT RIVELA 


STEVEN CALABRO ROBERT DELUCA 


Work Study 
Distributive Ed. 
Max Ed. 


Special 

Needs 

Dept. 



PHILIP FLOWERS LYNN SCARVALAS JIM LYNCH 


JANET MYERS EGILDA GROSSI 



JOHN 

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Naval Scienc 


CAPTAIN BURL BEVERS CHIEF THOMAS 

MURPHY 


Secretaries 



LOUISE CLARK ELIZABETH McGANN FRANCES AMARI LORETTA L. 

DUNNIGAN 


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SEATED, L to R — Agnes Marderosian, Corrine Mernin (chairperson); Judith Kelley. STANDING, L to R — Stephen Martin, Tony Rotondo, Robert Cannon, George Con- 
xalonis. 


Woburn School Committee 



School Committee Honors 
Carl Tor rice 


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JAPNlOUStM 


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10 . 1977 


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A Portrait of Christmas 



Here comes Santa Claus. Santa looks for presents. 


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Nancy and Brian share a laugh. 


The honored guests arrive. 


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Looking Good 


Close Encounter 


Debbie JTnd Esc 


Junior Prom — A Time for Us 































































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Elections 

Student 

Advisory 

Council 

STUDENT ADVISORY: BOTTOM TO TOP — Dan Perry (Junior), Scott Ben¬ 
nett (Sophomore), Barbara Conroy (Senior). 


Soph 

Class Officers 

SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: BOTTOM ROW, L to R — Bob Rafferty 
(Pres.), Timmy Doherty (Treas.), Joe Tibur (V.P.), Joseph F. Curran Jr. 
(Housemaster). TOP ROW, L to R — Lisa Goding (Sec.), Mrs. Janet 
Bruno (Advisor). 




Junior 

Class Officers 

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: L to R — Tom Gerety (Pres.), Jerry Rochon 
(Treas), Kelley Seward (Sec.), Michelle Eovine (V.P.), Mr. Foley (Housemas¬ 
ter), Mrs. Clinton (Advisor), Dan Perry (Student Rep.). 


Senior 

Class Officers 

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: BOTTOM ROW, L to R — Ann-Marie Hag¬ 
gerty (Sec.), Mr. Paul Murphy (Housemaster), Diana Pasquarello 
(Treas.), Barbara Conroy (Student Rep). TOP ROW — Richard Clancy 
'Pres.), Charles Paicopolos (V.P.). 



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Booster Dance Lifts Football Spirit 



Bored! 




Where are the boys? 



Pay your money, take your chances. 


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Clubs and Activities 



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Debating Society 

DEBATING SOCIETY: L to R — Dan Walsh (Sec.), Kevin Coughlan (V.P.), 
Mark Leen (Pres.), Charles Paicopolos (Treas.), Mr. D. Murphy (Advisor). 


T.F.L. Division 2 
Superbowl Champs 

T.F.L. DIVISION 2 SUPERBOWL CHAMPS: ROW 1, L to R — Doug Murphy, 
Mark Symer (Capt.), John Reddy (Capt.), Joe Surianello (Capt). ROW 2, L to 
R — Fred Perry (Flash), John Mulkerin. ROW 3, L to R — Bronco Salvati, 
Bob Maher, Mark Minghella, Moses Ciccarelli. ROW 4, L to R — John 
McKinnon, Jim Kiley. 



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Math Team 


MATH TEAM: ROW 1, L to R — Miss Hall (Advisor), John Giangrand, Rich¬ 
ard Hassett, Marybeth Monks, Grace Reidy, Garret Murdza, Rob Tramonte, 
Mrs. Kallock. ROW 2, L to R — Mr. Orpen (Advisor), Anthony Tramonte, 
Leslie Maiocco, John Atwood, Jimmy Glennon (Capt.), Randy Murdza, 
Charles DiCenzo, Cl'fford Lansil, Howard Pomeranz. 



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Russian Club 

RUSSIAN CLUB: ROW 1 , FRONT — Miss Condon (Advisor). ROW 1 , L to R 
— Lynne Lundquist, (Treas.), Lisa Damigella (V.P.), Carolyn Davis, Sandy 
Doucette (Activities Coordinator), Thula Kouletsis (Sec.), Jack O'Connor 
(Pres.). ROW 2, L to R — Particia Loomis, Terry Snow. 



Classics Club 

CLASSICS CLUB: FRONT ROW, L to R — Debbie Post (Sec.), Marie 
Hayes, (V.P.), Joseph Mari (Pres.). TOP ROW, L to R — Diana Colman 
(Treas.), Mrs. Barbara Murphy (Advisor). 


German Club Officers 


GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS: Kim Oey (Kaffeestunde), Janise Murray (Treasurer), Faru 
Frost (Advisor), Gary Downing (Pres.), Susan Frank (V.P.), Dene Kouletsis (Sec.). 



French Club 


FRENCH CLUB: L to R — Linda LaPlante (Treas.), Sheryle D’Amico (Sec.), 
Mrs. Meehan (Advisor), Kate Martin (V.P.). MISSING — Mary Coughlin (Pres.). 



Spanish 


SPANISH CLUB: L to R — Mrs. Clinton (Advisor), Gail Barbas (Treas.), Pam 
Power (V.P.), Margaret Flaherty (Pres.), Linda Landino (Sec.), Mrs. Caten (Advi¬ 
sor). 






















Sentorian 



Sentorian 
Business Staff 

SENTORIAN BUSINESS STAFF: ROW 1, L to R — Laurel Buttaro, Debby Medeiros, 
Alicia Desmond (Business Manager), Nancy Carlson (Business Manager). ROW 2, L 
to R — Miss Laskey (Advisor), Joan Barry, David DeDonato, Miss Lynch (Advisor). 



SENTORIAN: ROW 1, L to R — Charles Paicopolos (Editor), Mrs. Sokolowski (Advi¬ 
sor), William Campbell (Editor). Row 2, L to R — Mary White, Deborah Shannon, 
Howard Pomeranz, Lisa DeFilippo, Mary Viola, Walter Petruch, Penny Nichols. ROW 
3, L to R — Mark Leen, David Thompson, Jack Lally, Ellen McCarthy, Charles Col¬ 
lins. 



HBClub 


H.B. CLUB: ROW 1, L to R — Joni Morandi, Diana Pasquarello. ROW 2, L to R 
— Jackie Levesque, Diana DiPietrantonio (Fonz) (Treas.). ROW 3, L to R — 
Michelle Tobin (V.P.), Lisa DiGirloamo (Sec.). ROW 4, L to R — Sandy Coe 
(Fonz) (Pres.), Denise Rennie (Social Correspondent). 



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Math Club Officers 

MATH CLUB OFFICERS: L to R — Charles DiCenzo, (Sec.), Garret 
Murdza, (Treas), Clifford Lansil, (V.P.), Howard Pomeranz, (Pres.), Mr. 
Winson, (Advisor). 





National Honor Society 
Officers 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: TOP TO BOTTOM — Patty DeCourcey (Pres.), Deb 
bie DiSanzo (Treas.), Meg Dever (Sec.), Charles Paicopolos (V.P.), Miss Marylou Donovan 
(Advisor). 



Nomad 

NOMAD: ROW 1, L to R — Diana Pasquarello, Thula Kouletsis, Penny Nichols (Editor-in- 
Chief), Barbie Ouellette (Assoc. Editor). ROW 2, L to R — Mr. Sheridan (Advisor), Charles 
Collins (Sales Manager), Gary McLaughlin (Sales Manager), Donna Alger (Assoc. Editor), 
Barbara Conroy (Assoc. Editor), Mr. Daley (Advisor). 


JUNIOR ROTARIANS: L to R — Gary McLaughlan, Doug 
Murphy. 


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Work Study 



WORK STUDY: ROW 1, L to R — Mr. Calabro (Advisor), Jim Carney, Frank Garbino, Sandra Calixto, Kathleen Scalley, Cynthia Lux, Van Nardone, Patty Cormier, Susan 
Lisacki, Millie Tortorella, Pauline Golles, Eileen Pollino, Karen Damrath, Lisa Ek. ROW 2, L to R — Brian Murray, Cathy Josephson, Cheryl Frost, Nancy Locke, Laura 
McCauley, Margie Berndt, Mary Falino, Debbie Carbone, Julie McDonough, Lynn LoPardo, Deborah Kendall, Nancy Farina, Kathy Nicoli. ROW 3, L to R — Jeanne Savin- 
ier, Diane Duncan, Karen Cahill, Margie Turner, Debbie Spica, David Doherty, David Camillieri, Bob Sweeney, Mike Quigley, Ralph Harrelson, Bob Bellomo, Ross Stan¬ 
ton, Mark Downie, Mark Minghella. ROW 4, L to R — Dan McSheffrey, Steve Dunn, Bill Hennigan, Kerry Kenney, Robert Harris, Charlie Linehan, Billy Langill, Bruce 
Williams, Pete Castine, Edward Raposo, Bobby Magee, Mike Riley, Bob Doherty. 


Key Club 



Ktr CLUB: ROW f?L to*R Robert Swymer (V.P.), Geor» Phfflips (F 
C«olym Young, Mary O'Rourke^Jfie.Tib^, Stptnpn Saro, ELmje^arch, 
Ga|y McLaughlii^ajjlMtifrelpSayte MlcEachern, Sandy C/M^Uanny I 
Freeley, Sandra oonnsorv.Steven Jones, Scott Kenton, Bob Slack, Ralpl 
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Technical Crew 

TECHNICAL CREW: L to R — Al LaFrance, Gordon Wood. 


A.V.A. Crew 

A.V.A. CREW: L to R — Jimmy DeLaria, Jay Doyle, John Alabiso, Gor¬ 
don Wood, Al LaFrance, Mr. Allen (Advisor). 



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Library Aides 

LIBRARY AIDES: L to R — Mrs. Murphy, Trudie MacClellan, Steve Cumming, 
John Alabiso, Cathy Bustin, Ellen Hilbrunner, Brian Breeden, Danny Perry, 
Mrs. Nolen. 


Chess Club 





CHESS CLUB: ROW 1, L to R — Garret Murdza, Paul Gicchetto, Dave 
Janus, Matt Glover. ROW 2, L to R — Paul Taylor, Gregg McGrath, Mr. 
Johnson (Advisor). 


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Band Officers 



BAND OFFICERS: ROW 1, L to R — Maya Rath (V. P.), Debbie Bouley (Librarian). ROW 2, L to 
R — Kevin Mooney (Treas.), Mary Coughlan (Sec.), Dan Gately (Band Major). ROW 3, L to R 
— Dave Lawton (Pres.), Tom McGrath (Manager). 




Jazz Rock 
Ensemble 

JAZZ ROCK ENSEMBLE: ROW 1, L to R — Brian Smith, 
Les Tancredi, Matt Sheils, Leslie Johnson, Maya Rath, 
Debbie Bouley, Chris Falcone. ROW 2, Lto R — Spike Gil¬ 
more, Dan Gately, Dave Lawton, Earl Brophy, Mike Carpi- 
nella, Pete McCauley, Gus Salerno, Sammy Roe. ROw 3, L 
to R — John Ozelius, Kevin Mooney, Charles R. Collins 
(Band Director), Ed Doughty, Kevin Coughlan, Dave Purin- 
ton, Phil Peterson. 



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Choir 

Officers 


CHOIR OFFICERS: L to R — Kim Oey (Librarian), Steve 
Braese (V.P.), Shelly Pelletier (Sec.), Mr. Robert Hodgson 
(Choir Director), Pauline Pike (Pres.), Susan Kane 
(Treas.), Lynne McGoniagle (Librarian), Gordon Wood 
(Stage Manager). 



















Art Guild 
and 

Hockey Boosters 

ART GUILD AND HOCKEY BOOSTERS: Row 1, L to R — Mrs. Zer- 
vas (Advisor), Rose Mary Raistrick, Margarat Albano, Karen 
Bradlee, Wendy Devlin, Cindy Inashima. ROW 2, L to R — Mic¬ 
helle Aldrich, Toni Aldrich, Allison Queenan, Ellen Hilbrunner, 
John McKinnon, Richie Marinaccio, Susan MacPhee. MISSING 
— Catherine Flowers. 


Instructional Media 
Club 


INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA CLUB: ROW 1, L to R — Jay 
Dipanfilo, Randy Parker, Tony Stoddard, Donna Marini 
(Sec.), Robert Linehan (Pres.), Jo-Ann Collins, Bob Rafferty, 
Doug Murphy. ROW 2, L to R — Brian McDonough, David 
Brown, Lisa Goding, John Daly (V.P.), Joan Garvey, Tracey 
Franson, Paul GLover. ROW 3, L to R — Mr. Golden (Advi¬ 
sor), Kevin McDonough, Doug Flynn, Pauline Golles, Terry 
Mernin (V.P.), Al LaFrance (Genius), Gordon Wood. 









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Girls 
“W” Club 


GIRLS “W” CLUB: ROW 1, L to R — Hildegarde Regan, 
Lynn Walsh, Barbara Freeman, Teresa Ryan, Karen Lynch, 
Jule Burgio, Anne O'Grady. ROW 2, L to R — Beverly 
Lathigee, Patrice Daly, Kate Martin, Julie Simonds, Diani 
DePietrantonio, Debbie Beauchamp, Ellen McCabe, Miss 
Joyce. ROW 3, L to R — Nancy Freeman, Debbie Post, 
Sue Bradbury, Sue Muller. 


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Business Education 
Club 



School and Society 

SCHOOL AND SOCIETY: ROW 1, L to R — Kevin McDonough, Donna 
Alger, Ann Marie Blackburn, Gail DiFranco, Mary Fitzpatrick, Susan 
Frank, David Masotta. ROW 2, L to R — Patricia Loomis, Patrice Daly, 
Karen Lynch, Mr. Valeriani (Advisor), Teresa Ryan, Beth Stevenson. 
ROW 3, L to R — Leslie Manning, Jeannine Torrice, Brian McDonough, 
Mary Bistany, Kathy Pedi, Steve Calautti. 


BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB: L to R — Laura McCauley (Treas.), Barbara 
DeBerio (Sec.), Diane Duncan (Pres.), Miss McCall (Advisor), Denise Trotta 
(V.P.), Debbie Medeiros (Ass’t Treas.). 




Business 
Assistants Club 

BUSINESS ASSISTANTS CLUB: ROW 1, L to R — Sandra Johnstone, Robin 
DeRosa, Michele DiNapoli (Pres.), Cindy Raftery (V.P.). ROW 2, L to R — 
Miss Connell (Advisor), Miss Proakis (Advisor). ROW 3, L to R — Robin 
Hart, Denise Trotta, Paula Gonsalves (Sec.), Karen Lynch (Treas.). 



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Girls Drill Tearn 

GIRLS DRILL TEAM: L to R — Chief Murphy, Janis Murray, Tracy Cabone, Virginia 
DiTucci, Linda Long, Lauren Long, Captain Beavers. 


Naval Drill Team 

NAVAL DRILL TEAM: ROW 1, L to R — Lauren Long, Janis Murray, 
Mark Hildebrand, Paul Catania, Thomas Morton, Jay Doyle, Steve Cum- 
ming, Virginia DiTucci. ROW 2, L to R — Tricia Capone, Anthony Das- 
tola, Linda Long, Charles Gillis, Dave Heafey, James DeLaria, Ed Rich¬ 
ardson. ROW 3, L to R — Chief Murphy, (Petty Officer), Bob Maher, 
Randal Miller, James Head, Arthur Pepe, Larry Giannotti, Timmy Hallo- 
gan. MISSING — Charles Collins. 









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Biology Pre-Med Club 

BIOLOGY PRE-MED CLUB: L to R — Debbie Morin (Act. Advisor), Marie 
Rossignol (Treas.), Debbie Post (V.P.), Bob Tedesco (Pres.), Mr. Blake 
(Advisor). 


Distributive Ed Club 

DISTRIBUTIVE ED CLUB: BOTTOM ROW, L to R — Maureen McLaughlin, Maureen 
O’Leary (Pres.), Sandra Brogna, RoseMarie Valente (Treas.), Michelle Dwyer, 
(Reporter), Beth Johnson, Karen Micalizzi (V.P.), Andrea Pineau (Sec.). TOP ROW, L 
to R — Mark Colbert, Ted Chesbrough, Mark Prekop, Monique Gaudet, Jean McGinn, 
Mr. V. J. Rivela (Advisor), Florence Geary. Missing from photo — Gail McLaughlin and 
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Scribes 

SCRIBES: ROW 1, L to R — Trudie MacClellan, Dan Gately, Marie ROssignol, 
Mrs. Dottie McCausland (Advisor), Terry Snow, Janet Melaragni. ROW 2, L to R 
— Allison Queenan, Brenda Cannon, Rose Mary Raistrick, Dave Lawton, Matt 
DiSalvo, Betty Ann Lee, Barbie Ouellette. 


The Company 

THE COMPANY: ROW 1, L to R — Patty Donovan, Shelly Pelletier, Rob Ted- 
esco, Marianne Roche, Lisa Campbell, Barbie Ouellette, Maya Rath. ROW 2, 
L to R — Dave Lawton, Susan Bushmich, Stephen Braese, Susan MacPhee, 
Matt DiSalvo, Terry Snow. ROW 3, L to R — Tim Gilmore, Andy Dineen, 
Dennis Wells, Al LaFrance, Gordon Wood, Kevin Coughlan, Bud Fanjoy. 
MISSING — Dan Carew, ELaine English, Steve Cappy, Steve Cennerazzo. 




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The “C.C.” Club 

THE "C.C.” CLUB: ROW 1, L to R — Barbie Ouelette, Patty Donovan, Mar¬ 
ianne Roche, Shelly Pelletier, Terry Snow. ROW 2, L to R — Susan Mac¬ 
Phee, Stephen Braese, Lisa Campbell, Matt DiSalvo. ROW 3, L to R — Al 
LaFrance, Gordon Wood, Bob Tedesco. MISSING — Lynne McGoniagle, Jim 
Boissonault, Danny Carew. 


Drama Guild 

DRAMA GUILD: ROW 1, L to R — Thula Kouletsis, Mar¬ 
ianne Roche, Maya Rath, Leslie Johnson. ROW 2, L to R — 
Mrs. McCausland (Advisor), Danny Walsh, Lisa Campbell, 
Barbie Ouellette, Michele Pelletier, Patty Donovan, Susan 
Kane, Andrea Belluche. ROW 3, L to R — Charles Collins, 
Howard Pomeranz, Bob Tedesco, Brenda Gately, Dan 
Gately, Marie Rossignol, Dave Lawton, Jack Lally, John 
Atwood. ROW 4, L to R — Al LaFrance, Gordon Wood, Mat¬ 
thew DiSalvo, Andy Dineen. MISSING — Terry Snow, Danny 
Carew, Allison Queenan, Margarette Masotta. 



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Sophomore 
Student Council 

SOPHOMORE STUDENT COUNCIL: ROW 1, L to R — Gail Barbas, Joan 
Upton, Susan Bruno, Carolyn Young, Kathy Gilgun, Joe Morrison, Jim 
Rivela, Scott Kenton, Steve Saro, James Kilbride. ROW 2, L to R —Tina 
Ryan, Janet Foley, Susan Altavesta, Carol Brooks, Katie Murphy, Robyn 
Olson, Frank Santo, Scott Bennett, Paula Benjamin, Lisa Goding, Jimmy 
DeVita, Carol Tartorici, Lu-Lu Ring, Susan McElheney. 


Junior Student 
Council 

JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL: ROW 1, L to R - 
Ellen Kilbride, Lee Devaney, Anne Andrews, Pam 
Carney, Kate Martin, Brian Foley, Denyse Lanpher, 
Pam Goding, Judi Mahoney. ROW 2, L to R — She- 
ryle D’Amico, Debbie Maloney, Cheryl Doherty, 
Linda LaPlante, Michelle Gambino, Terrie Chip- 
man, Mary Coughlan, Michael Sarro, Kenny Tilton, 
Linda Riley, Mary Higgins, Sandra Marshall. 




Senior 

Student 

Council 

SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL: ROW 1, L to R — 
Rita Doherty, Sharon Malonson, Rosemary Gllgum, 
Nancy Freeman, AnnMarie Blackburn, Denise Ren¬ 
nie, Ann-Marie Haggerty, Robert Tedesco. ROW 2, 
L to R — Joe Gibbons, Fred Perry, Tricia Faherty, 
Lisa Digirolamo, Jackie Levesque, Beth Dickelman, 
Joni Morandi, Donna Dabrieo. ROW 3, L to R — 
John Daley, Brian McGuerty, Mary Gillette, Joan 
Jannini, Andrea Belluche, Charles Paicopolos, 
Louis D’Amico, Tony Roscillo, George Johnstone. 
MISSING — Lisa Horgan. 


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Majorettes 

MAJORETTES: Magarette Masotta (Captain), Diane Gangi (Advi¬ 
sor), Linda Constantino (Captain), Geraldine Masotta, Patricia 
Loomis, Kathy Sweeney, Karen Brady, Maureen O’Donnel, Susan 
Mace, Marie Maguire, Phyllis Masotta. 


Leo Club 

LEO CLUB: ROW 1, L to R — Denise Tobin, Jeanne Gar¬ 
vey, Paul Ryan (Board of Directors), Jimmy Glennon 
(Pres.), Joan Garvey (Treas.), Mary Higgins (Sec.), Teresa 
Ryan (1st V.P.), Debbie Mawn (V.P.). ROW 2, L to R — 
Tina Ryan, Kate Martin, Tom Gerety, Jim Rivela, Desi Des¬ 
mond, Mr. Carr (Advisor), Betty Kenney, Pam Carney, Mic¬ 
helle Gambina, Elaine Sullivan, Vickie Lanza, Debbie Malo¬ 
ney, Jane Flaherty. ROW 3, L to R — Paul Heggarty, Deb¬ 
bie Post, Patty DeCourcey, Debbie Beauchamp, Mary 
Galante, Maureen Buckley, Becky Day, Phil DeGregorio, 
Tim Haggerty, Jack O'Connor, Brian Maher, Mary Tropea, 
Tracy Francin, Lu-Lu Ring, Tricia Nagle. ROW 4, L to R — 
John O'Rourke, Freddie Gilgun, Bob Ryan, Bob Donovan, 
George Johnstone, Danny Perry, Kevin McDonough, Mark 
Salvati, Doug Murghy, Fred Perry, John Mulkerin, Scott 
Bennett. MISSING — Jim Salvati. 




Moronica 

Society 

MORONICA SOCIETY: ROW 1, L to R — Mr. Gaffrey, 
Mr. Murray. ROW 2, L to R — Mr. Lynch, Mr. Demp¬ 
sey. ROW 3, L to R — Mr. Golden. 


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Feature Twirler 


FEATURE TWIRLER: Tracey Sousa. 



Cooperative Office 
Experience 

CO OPERATIVE OFFICE EXPERIENCE: ROW 1, L to R — Peggy McLaughlin, Doris Stan¬ 
ton, Nancy Carlson, Terry Musto, Barbara DeBerio. ROW 2, L to R — Miss McCall (Advi¬ 
sor), Susan Tedesco, Susan Stone, Jean Crocker, Sheryl Lundin. ROW 3, L to R — Stacey 
DeRosa, Susan Russo, Sandra Johnstone, Sandy Shannon, Susan Moorhouse, Linda Ker¬ 
rigan, Miss Lynch. 


Italian Club 

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ITALIAN CLUB: ROW 1 — Mrs. Wilson (Advisor). ROW 2 — 
Marie Maguire (Sec.), Lisa Damigella (Treas.). ROW 2 — Donna 
Marini (Pres.), Susie Giamberardino (V.P.) 



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National Honor Society 

ROW ONE, LEFT TO RIGHT — Rosemary Gilgun, Lisa Velardocchia, Christine Johnson, Janet Lynch, Marianne Galluzzo, Gayle Delaney, Leslie Johnson, Patricia Loomis, Thula Kouletsis, Patricia Nichols, Julie Burgio, Alicia 
Desmond, Irene Castanheira, Majorie Stevenson, Mary Capozzi, and Stephanie Jaroncyk. ROW TWO, LEFT TO RIGHT — William Annunziata, Edward Siegel, Kevin Mooney, Stephen Tarpy, Mark Leen, Martin Nelson, John 
Carrabino, Gregg McGrath, Randal Murdza, Craig Hasenstab, and Glen Proctor. ROW THREE, LEFT TO RIGHT to right— Robert Hibino, John Atwood, Richard Noring, Charles Paicopolos, Stephen Jones, Daniel Walsh, 
Michael Monks, Paul Heggarty, James Glennon, Gordon Wood, Howard Pomeranz, Joseph Gibbons, and Allen Osgood. ROW FOUR, LEFT TO RIGHT — Sandra Coe, Rita Doherty, Anne Marie Blackburn, Andrea Belluche, Marie 
Hayes, Karen Young, Kathleen O'Connor, Sandra Johnson, Mary Gillette, Patrice Daly, Mary Fitzpatrick, Joan Donaghey, Lisa Kelley, Elizabeth Dickelman, Deborah DiSanzo, Maya Rath, and Linda Constantino. ROW FIVE, LEFT 
TO RIGHT — Judith Nagle, Ann DiTullio, Deborah Shannon, Debra Fedele, June Cherubino, Susan Kane, Lisa DeFilippo, Linda Hansen, Patricia DeCourcey, Pauline Pike, Margerie Dever, Linda Deliago, and Frances Cadigan. 
ROW SIX, LEFT TO RIGHT — Lynn Walsh, Ellen McCabe, Helen Hatch, John Reddy, Paul Lohnes, Mary White, Susan Bradbury, Susan Muller, Charles Collins, D. Andrew Dineen, David DeDonato (non member), and Kevin 
McDonough (non member). ABSENT — William Barbas, Joseph Capozzi, Daniel Carew, Patricia Coyne, Donna Dabrieo, Cindy DePerry, Mary Fennelly, Catherine Flowers, Donna Galvin, Karen Johnson, Linda Kerrigan, Chris¬ 
tine Launno, Nancy Locke, Theresa Maher, Luis Matos, Susan Moorhouse, Karen Radcliffe, and Rosemary Raistrick. 



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Student Council Officers 

STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: L to R — Kelly Doherty (Sec.), Janet Small (V.P.), Dave Sweeney (Adv.), Kathy O'Connor (Treas.), Karen Young (Pres.) 


INNITOU 

THE INNITOU: ROW 1, L to R — Andrea Belluche, Michelle Tobin, Susan Tedesco, Ellen Santos, Ann Marie Blackburn, Joan Donaghey, Sheryl Lundin. ROW 2, L to R — 
Lisa DiGirolamo, Susan Stone, Bernice Owen, Tricia Faherty, Patty Lynch, Gail DiFranco, Nancy Freeman, Terri Musto, Alice Voner. ROW 3, L to R — Jayne Schecowicz, 
Margarette Masotta, Lisa Horgan, Denise Rennie, Karen Lynch, Paula Gonsalves, Diana Pasquarello, Joni Morandi, Barbara Conroy, George Johnstone. ROW 4, L to R — 
Diana Colman, Beth Dickelman, Meg Dever, Beth Heimlich, Joan Jannino, John Daley, Mark Salvati, Kevin McDonough, Denise Trotta, Paul Heggarty, Sandy Shannon. 












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FOOTBALL: BOTTOM ROW, L-R — Jim Canty, Peter Hanson, Bob Donovan, Joe Mari, Joe Morrison, Tom McElhinney, Ben Russo, Tom Gerety, Pat Passerini, Dave Ryan, 
Chris Ryan, Dan Essigman, Tom Scalley, Skip Stocker, Charlie Varoutsis, Dan Edmonds — Manager. 2nd ROW — Lance MacFarland — Coach, Mark Tully, Kevin Lentini, 
Dave Duffy, Tom Masotta, Mark Shaughnessy, Dan Bruno, Dave Malanson, Gene Chesbrough, Ed Dunn — Co-Capt., Mark Kinton — Co-Capt., Gary McLaughlin — Co- 
Capt., Jim Coccoluto, Ed Siegel, Rich Clancy, Al Duseault, Jim Garvey, Dave Delmonico, John Atwood — Manager, Jim Smith — Coach. 3rd ROW — Jim Mitchel — Coach, 
John O’Reilly — Coach, John O’Brien, Gene Demers, Steve Cannon, Bob Stryke, Clark Kenton, Charlie McElhenney, Mark Bergeron, Brian Foley, Robert Murphy, Joe 
Navarro, Rick Edmonds, George Smith, Al Roche, Tim Riley, Dan Pergentili, Tony Marashiello, Andy Clivo, John DiNitto, Frank Santo, Ed Skeffington, Joe Capua, Peter 
Sullivan — Head Coach, Rocky Nelson — Coach. 



GYMNASTICS: THIRD ROW, L to R — Ann Lavaccia (Coach), Debbie Picazia, Mau¬ 
reen Walsh, LuLu Ring, Maureen Murphy, Whitney DiNardo, Connie Humphrey 
(Asst. Coach). SECOND ROW, L to R — Tricia Carney, Debbie Bouley, Ann Vena, 
Debbie Anderson, Karen Loughnane, Laurel Buttaro, Sheila McLaughlin. FIRST 
ROW — Lu-Ann Cennerazzo, Patrice Daly, Cheryl Corcoran, Karen Lynch. 



GIRLS BASKETBALL: BOTTOM ROW, L to R — Rennie Finn, Mary Galante, Hilder- 
garde Regan (Capt.), Debbie Post (Capt.), Barbara Freeman (Capt.), Ann O’Grady, 
Theresa Ryan. TOP, L to R — Mrs. MacFarland (Coach), Kate Martin, Sue Brad¬ 
bury, Bev Lathigie, Diane DePetrianintonio, Barbara Galante. 



INDOOR TRACK: FRONT ROW, Left to Right — Mr. Ricadelli, Carolyn Davis, Carol Brooks, Beth Mulrenan, 
Jule Burgio, Ellen McCabe, John Alwood, Billy Estabrook, John O'brien, Bobby Dabrieo, Coach Danehy. 2nd 
ROW, Left to Right — Joey Dalton, Jene Cantillion, Linda Landino, Bob Ryan, Stephen Ferretti, Jimmy 
Delano, Jimmy Mernin, Gary McEacherin, Bob Donovan. 3rd ROW, Left to Right — Aldio Sanchez, Mary 
Grourke, James Duran, John Galante, Kevin Riley, Guy Rotundo, Bob Bennett, Bruce Foster. TOP ROW, Left 
to Right — Charles Varoutsas, Fred Kirk, Barry Lyons, Mickey Varoutsas, Tim Glazer, Lenny Newton, John 
Fukes. 




BASEBALL: Left to Right — Jim Ryan, Bill McManus, Rick Johnson, Keith Gonsalves, Bill Harron, Mike 
Adgate, Bill Barbas, Dave Dedonato, John Palmer, Mark Ferullo, Harry Maderosian (Coach). 


GOLF: KNEELING, L-R — John Mulkerm, Paul Loughane, Peter Poll. STANDING — Mr Doran (Coach), Ste¬ 
phen Jones, Patterson, Andy Clivio, John Meuse, Paul Ciccarelli. 









FIELD HOCKEY: TOP, L-R — Coach Paula MacFarland, Mary Galante, Debbie Beachamp, Theresa Ryan, Sue Bradbury, Barbara Freeman, Marlene Keley, Tracy Francin. 
BOTTOM — Renee Finn, Mana Lintini, Nancy Freeman, Lyn Walsh, Susan Gittune. 



BASKETBALL: KNEELING, Left to Right — Richard Clancy (Co-Capt.), Paul Crampton (Co-Capt.). 

STANDING, L-R — Mark Tully, Ed Carciero, Ralph Brooks, Andy Clivio, Bob Swymer, Edward Skeffing- X-COUNTRY: BOTTOM, L-R — Bob Dabrio, Joe Dalton, Bob 
ton, Philip Hamel, Bob Tarpy, Coach Paul Ramano. Ryan, Catania, Julie Borgio, Chris Beacher, Linda Landina, 

Paula Tedesco, Charlie Rice. 2nd ROW, L-R — Mark Swymer, 
Elen McCabe, Dan McCall, Nick Demaro, Ryan, Jane Cantil- 
lion, Jim Mernin. 3rd ROW — Mr. Romano, John Mulherin, 
Charlie Varoutses, Jim Kiley (Capt.), Steve Ferretti, Jim Dal- 
lano, Danny Maguire, John Galante, Susan Muller. 



SOCCER: James Glennon, Paul McGowan, Frank Matto, Scott Stangren. 3rd ROW — Coach Skip Joyce, 
Jim Skipaletti, Fred Gilgun, Jim Dougflynn, Richie Carbone, Bob Maher, Brian Keough, Paul Kenney, 
Edward OoatGS 

WRESTLING: BOTTOM, L-R — Gregg Bruno, Mark Webb, Stephen Sarro, Arthur Spicer, Paul Magee, 
Danny Perry. 2nd ROW — Donald Dudley, Thomas McEhliney, Joe Waldron, Gary McLaughlin, Mark 
Pagluca, Doug Kerrigan, Donny McLaughlin. 3rd ROW — Dan Pergintill, Brad Ekland, Tony Marshiello, 
Kpvin Kincaia. 



TENNIS: Left to Right — Alex Yniquez, Edward Caniff, Walter 
Duffy, James Palazzo, Mr. Dennis Orpen, Bruce McCarron, 
Chuck Nichols, Danny Veno, Bob Hibino. 













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ROBERT ADAMS MICHAEL J. ADGATE CHERYL M. AHERN ELEANOR AHERN 

6 Adams Dr. 91 Nashua St. 9 Bruce Rd. 19 Woburn Pkwy. 

I will never forget the State Tourna- I will never forget ... All the great 
ment, and all the good times I had in friends I have met. My 5th per. junior 
the East and down the abb. ACTIVI- typing class, and the weekend of Sept. 

TIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; Basketball 3. 30 — Oct. 2 the most beautiful week¬ 

end of my life. I will never forget . . . 

Richie who I had some of the best 
times with in my life!! And the summer 
of “76” the worst summer I ever had. 

My surprise party for my 17th birthday, 
and my close friend (M.K.). 



MARGARET T. ALBANO MICHELE ALDRICH DONNA M. ALGER JOSEPH ALONGI 

8 Whispering Hill Road 36 Park Drive 11 Gayle St. 33 Richard Cir. 

I will always remember everyone I’ve I will never forget the good times the If I leave here tomorrow would you still 
met, summer art, Saturday morning art bad times and all the in between times, remember me For I must be travling on 
and the subways. ACTIVITIES: Art The parties at Art Guild, teaching the now ’cause there’s too many places 
Guild 1,2. little kids and 9-16-77 and the yellow I've got to see 

car. ACTIVITIES: Art Guild 3, 2, 1; Busi- — LYNYRD SKYNYRD — ACTIVITIES: 
ness Ed. 1; Hockey Boosters. Sunday Softball. 



ELAINE M. AMENDOLA 
29 So. Bedford St. 

I will never forget all the kids I met 
here, J.N. 7-Hour laugh, 3/26/ 

76, Bob Seger and George. I MICHAEL ANGELONI 

answered the questions you never 6 Forest Pk. Rd. 

dared ask Painted them in circles, 

threw them at clouds they never 

touched the ground, but soared 

up to the sky. Jimi Hendrix 



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WILLIAM A. ANNUNZIATA 
19 Seneca Road 

I will never forget — Ryans Park, 
Stones 75, SO’s 1/19/77 Bang, Pro¬ 
tective Custody, Magnum 0 0 and the 
Best of the Bars. ‘‘Cause summers 
here and the time is right for fighting 
in the streets boy” — Rolling Stones. 


JOHN E. ATWOOD 
14 Kimball Rd. 

I will never forget Sat. Morning Lab, 
One Acts, MTM, Track, halftimes and 
practices and other great times with 
J.B. ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 2, (man¬ 
ager 1). Outdoor Track 2, 1; Senior 
Play 1; National Honor Society 2, 1; 
Math Team 3, 2, 1 (co-captain). 


GALE BARRY 
4 Dewey Ave. 

Classics Club; Innitou Once I rose 
above the noise and confusion just to 
have a glimpse 


DEBORAH JEAN BEAUCHAMP 
7 Marietta St. 

Not more of light I ask, but eyes to 
see what is: Not sweeter songs, but 
ears to hear the present melodies: 
Not more of strength, but how to use 
the power that I possess: Not more of 
love, but skill to turn a frown to a car¬ 
ess: Not more of joy, but how to feel 
its kindly presence near — to give to 
others all I have of courage and of 
cheer. No other gifts, I ask, dear God, 
but only sense to see. How best pre¬ 
cious. 


ROBERT BELLOMO 
36 Alfred St. 

When I get to the bottom I go back to 
the top of the slide, where I stop and I 
turn and I go for a ride till I get to the 
bottom and I see, you again. Helter 
Skelter/Beatles 



SANDRA JEAN ARSENAULT 
4 Helen Drive 

I will never forget all the laughs 
I’ve had at W.S.H., all the good 
times in 1 building bathroom, the 
strike, the stake outs in Webbs 
car, running out of gas, egg 
McMuffins, The Booze Cruise with 
K.H., J.D., J.S., Lynyrd Skynyrd, 
F.D.’s party, J.&W., Winnings 
Farm, Jethro Tull with Julie, and 
that special person Mike. And in 
the end the love you make is equal 
to the Love you take . . . Beatles. 


WILLIAM JOHN BARBAS 
4 First St. 

I will always remember the friends 
I’ve found and the nights at Sou- 
thie, when we all did pound; At 
Robert’s Cuisine, there was 
always a scene. I’ve enjoyed one 
thing about the High School 
preachers; that is, that they are 
not just teachers. 


JOAN L. BARRY 
84 Nashua St. 

This is the season of emotion and 
like winds they rise and fall; this is 
the wonder of devotion, I see the 
torch we all must hold. L. Zeppelin 
(4-11-76) WMI 


SANDRA J. BECKER 
6 Fulton St. 

Remember the past for what it 
was, the present for what it is, and 
look toward the future or what it 
will be. ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 
3, 2, 1; Classics Club 3. 


ANDREA Y. BELLUCHE 
11 Liana St. 

I will always remember W.H.S., 
the great friends, the great times 
and a special thanks to Miss B. I 
am not afraid of tomorrow for I 
have seen yesterday and I love 
today. ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track 
3; Junior Prom Committee; 
Christmas Dance Committee; 
National Honor Society 3, 2, 1; 
Student Council 3, 2, 1; Cheer¬ 
leader; Art Guild 3, 2; Drama 
Guild 2, 1; French Club 3, 2, 1; 
Spanish Club 3, 2, 1. 


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ROBERTA. BENNETT 
6 Washington Terrace 
I will never forget all the good 
times I have had in the East, down 
the "ABB,” the "Boo,” and all the 
great people I have met at W.H.S. 


MARGIE BERNDT 
92 Middle Street 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 3. I will 
never forget 8th garde, Cathy, 8 
building parking lot, fotomat, the 
turquoise and getting very small 
with Laura after school. To leave 
people you love is like dying inside 
a little. That piece can never be 
replaced. 


ANNMARIE THERESA 
BLACKBURN 
9 Gayle Street 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Soci¬ 
ety 3, 2, 1; Student Council 3, 2, 
1; Junior Prom Committee 2; 
Christmas Dance Committee 1; 
Innitou 2, 1; French Club 3, 2; 
Outdoor Track 3. Cherish the 
memories of the past, enjoy life in 
the present. . . 


CATHY J. BLAMPYE 
4 Asbury Ave. 

I will never forget all the good and 
bad times at W.H.S., the week¬ 
ends of the first and 15th of Oct., 
give us a break, BS, our vacation, 
wrong door, man in N.W., the par¬ 
ties for the kids in E.W., Nov. 23, 
setting the cars on fire, "we try”, 
Senior Prom 77’, 7/17/76, and 
the day I realized what was really 
right!! 


SANDRA L. BLODGETT 
84 Locust Street 

I will never forget W.H.S., U.S. 
History Mr. S, and English Miss S., 
C.E., J.C., D.K., strike, 3rd Period 
Cafe and the great class of "78” 
. . . so long W.H.S. 


TOM "BIRD” BERGERON 
42 Wood Street 

I will never forget all the people I 
met, the excellent stake outs, and 
the good times I had in my 3 years 
at W.H.S. 


MARYLOU BLACK 
32 Houghton Street 
ACTIVITIES: Sunday Softball; Stu¬ 
dent Council 3; Cheerleader 3; I 
will never forget the Cape, Bob 
Seger and going down the Joyce. 


PAUL BLACKBURN 
9 Gayle Street 

I will never forget the good times 
with R.F., G.S., B.H., the Cape 
P.C. and D.D. and two years with 
W.C. 


JAMES R. BLANCHETTE 
7 Place Lane 


JAMES J. BOISSONNEAULT 
19A East Nichols St. 

ACTIVITIES: Black and Orange 
Review 1; Italian Club 2, 1; Madri¬ 
gals 1; Choraleers 2, 1. I will 
never forget all the fantastic times 
with all the great kids I've met. I’ll 
never forget Shelby Scott, Putney 
Swope and Lynno, the phonetalks 
with Susan. 




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PATRICIA BONDI EDWARD BORDEN JAMES BORDINI 

10 Lincolin Rd. 34 Webster Ave. 4 Grant Street 

ACTIVITIES: Ed. Club 1. We all know 
success when we find our own dreams. 

And our love is enough to knock down 
any walls. And the future’s been seen. 

As men try to realize, the simple secret 
of the nole in us all. 


JAMES E. BORNAS 
61 Mishawum Rd. 

I will never forget all the great times I 
had in my classes, and I will never for¬ 
get all the kids I worked with at S.C., 
and all of the Rowdy Times at Primos 
after work. YOM! 



ANDRA MARIE BOURQUE CAROL A. BOYLE SUSAN A. BRADBURY KAREN ANN BRADLEY 

40 Spring Court Ext. 18 Senator Rd. 4 Emeline Street 536 Russell Street 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 1. I have ACTIVITIES: INNITOU 1; NOMAD 2, 1; ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3, 2, 1; Field ACTIVITIES: Art Guild 2; Business Ed 

learned to take things and people as SENTORIAN 3; French Club 2, 1. Hockey 3, 2, 1; Girls’ W-Club 3, 2, 1; Club 1. I will never forget all the fun 
they are, cause no one or thing is per- “There are places I remember all my Vice-President; National Honor Society and good times, especially going to 

feet, But next time it will be better. But life, though some have changed. Some 2, 1. I’ll never forget the times I’ve had Pewter Pot that day in September, 

it doesn’t mean to stop trying. (Just better some forever not for better, at W.H.S. especially field hockey and 

take it as good as it can be for now). Some are gone and some remain . . the state championship we almost had 

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STEPHEN R. BRAESE 
30 Carroll Rd. 

I will never forget D.C. Parties, 99, 
Godspell, Red Toy, Curly, EE, 
Sheepdys, Misty, Salsbury, Sail¬ 
ing, Shoot the Monkey, B&D, 
Centeur, L.C. Backyard. S.B.C., 
G.S. Rehearsals, Feb. 77, Proms, 
and High School. ACTIVITIES: 
Band 2; Concert Choir 3, 2, 1 
(vice-Pres.); Drama Guild 3, 2, 1; 
Black and Orange 3, 2, 1; Chora- 
leers 3, 2, 1 



DONNA MARIE BRIDGE 
29 Minchin Drive 

I will never forget 8-3 bathroom 
during lunch, the corner, the 
tower. Bad Co., Open Campus, 
and all the parties over Bob's. 


DAVID J. BROWN 
1 Hamilton Road 

I will never forget 2/17/76, the 
TP, attack on the “Vie 5,” the 
record, and all the people I’ve met 
in my three years at W.H.S. 


MAUREEN CATHERINE BUCKLEY 
26 Poole Street 

Hold fast to dreams for if dreams 
die, life is a broken winged bird 
that cannot fly. Langston Hughes. 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3, 2, 1; Prom 
Committee 3, 2, 1; Cheerleader 2; 
Student Activities Committee 3, 2, 
1; Leo Club 1; French Club 3. 


ROBERT BRAGEL 
58 Harrison Ave. 


JOHN P. BREDA 
31 Parker Street 

I will never forget all the great 
times I have had at W.H.S. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Golf Team 3, 2, 1; Rifle 
Club 2, 1. 


SANDI E. BROGNA 
10 Richmond Ave. 

If the sun refuses to shine I would 
still be loving you If the mountains 
crumble to the sea There would be 
still you and me. Charlie. 


DANIEL J. BRUNO 
27 Hiawatha Road 

I must be traveling on now 
because there are so many places 
I have to see. L.S. ACTIVITIES: 
Football 3, 2, 1; Outdoor Track 3; 
Indoor Track 3; Wrestling 3; Sing 
Song Team 1. 


LORI BUONANNO 
23 Arlington Street 
I will never forget 9/24/76, Xmas 
“76,” Junior year, Thursday nites 
4/21/77, “wish you were here,” 
M.G., B.C., C.E., all the great peo¬ 
ple, parties and concerts espe¬ 
cially “Floyd,” “the corner,” the 
hill the carnival, DDD, Cape Cod, 
Last day of school ", 8-3, the 
swamp, talks with Bill Kim’s, 
“black bomber”, the good and 
bad times that were the best. 



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JOHN F. BURDETT JULE M. BURGIO 

32 Main Street 390 Russell Street 

To me school was something to do I will never forget Indoor track, cross 
when I was bored. ACTIVITIES: Senior country, aa Ifmme with John and Eng- 
Play 1; Nomad 1. lish in 8247. Va, me. ACTIVITIES: 

Cross Country 1; Outdoor Track 3, 2, 1; 
Indoor Track 3, 2, 1; National Honor 
Society 2, 1. 


GENNY BURKE CATHERINE E. BUSTIN 

39 Beacon St. 2 Hall Street 

I will never forget all the good times I 
had, the paper fights in the library, 
arguing with Ellen and all the great 
people I’ve met. ACTIVITIES: Concert 
Choir 3, 2, 1; Black and Orange 3, 2, 1 ; 
Senior Play 1; Spanish Club 3; Italian 
Club 2, 1; Drama Guild 1. 



LAURIE E. BUTTERY 
38 Leonard Street 

I will never forget Mr. Hodgson, Chora- 
leer. Choir, Black and Orange, I wish 
goodluck to everyone in the class of 
"1978” ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 3, 
2, 1; CHoraleers 3, 2, 1. 


FRANCES ELLEN CADIGAN 
68 Marlboro Rd. 

Happy are those who dream dreams, 
and are ready to pay the price to make 
them come true. ACTIVITIES: Spanish 
Club 3. 


JACQUELINE P. CAETANO 
37 Quimby Ave. 

I will never forget Jordans, The flat tire, 
the Coneheads, "K,I,C,V,” Half, the 
shrub chase, Eddie and Niki and all the 
other hysterial times I’ve had at W.H.S. 
Ding! ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 2. 


ANGELO CAGNINA 
48 Webster Ave. 

Never forget the good times at W.H.S. 
Especially 3rd period Cafe, and the 
strike. Never forget Debbie and Linda 
Two really good kids. 



KAREN A. CAHILL 
55 Church Street 

I will never forget W.H.S. and all 
the people I’ve met All the friends 
that I’ve made and all the good 
times I have had with J.M., MDC, 
BN. Sailsbury Beach, the hotel 
Cal, the party at Judy’s, the bin¬ 
go’s, Bone breaks before school, 
Party on Church St. All the horror 
I pulled and E.W. 3rd Period Cafe. 
LL, TM, JN. C.R., J.M., C.S., L.G., 
S.Z. 


STEVEN G. CALAUTTI 
2 Ottis St. 

I will never forget all the High par¬ 
ties, Mr. G's Chem., The Buddha, 
Queen, Mikie, Val’s mad third and 
fourth. The Farm, Light Beer from 
Miller, The long walk, Steve Miller, 
2212, Hoss, Are you goofing?, 
Zeppelin, Decent Buzz and Mad 
Foo. 



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RICHARD F. CALI 
121 Cambridge Road 


DAVID K.CAMILLIERI 
6 Shields Street 
ACTIVITIES: Work Experience. 


WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL 
14 Green Street 

I will never forget Duckie’s draw¬ 
ings 5th Period or the HK G.M.#. 
fund in V’s class. ACTIVITIES: 
Student Council 1; SENTORIAN 3, 
2, 1 (editor-in-chief); Key Club 2, 
1 . 


BRENDA J. CANNON 
23 Vfe Wright St. 

I will always remember all the 
great people I’ve met and all the 
great times I’ve had — June 17th 
at Kallons, Sunday Softball, and 
all the years down Wright St. 
“These are the memories that 
make me a wealthy soul’’ Travelin 
Man — Bob Seger 


JOSEPH CAPOZZI 
33 Montvale Road 
I will never forget: Primo's, Zoo’s, 
The VH, 74 NOVA, Michelle, 
Europe, F-MA, Debbie, Proposi¬ 
tion, “Your Yuchekn Me,” Zeke’s 
place. Green M&M’s. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 3, 2, 1; 
Italian Club 2; Science Club 1. 


SANDRA CALIXTO 
29 Spring Ct. Ext. 


LISA MARIE CAMPBELL 
5 Seneca Road 

I will treausre my memories of 
S.P. and Australia, Salisbury, 
Godspell and the Company, Pa- 
jing, Ja-ping, phantom Flagettes, 
Band Camp and D.I.’s, D.M.’s pro¬ 
ductions and the obnoxious B 
member and B and 0. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Senior Play 1; Concert Choir 
2, 1; One Act Plays 3, 1; Flag 
Corps 2, 1; Black and Orange 3, 
1; Drama Guild 1. 


JUANITA M. CANADA 
25 Spring Ct. Ext. 

I will never forget my best friend 
Meg Keating KK, Carl, Currier’s, 
Kyle, Jean, Luty, Shoggar, Mr. 
Poodie's 5th period class, the fun 
times at Kyle’s p.j. parties, 
(Johnny Foo I Love You), Meri, 
Halloween, Dent, KS, BK, Bogs 
and Bobby, Ducks SC wedding, no 
class. Pierce, Savie Strike, fight 
with Millie, the Flasher Lisle and 
Especially Bruce! 


CARMELINA C. CAPOZZI 
129 Montvale Road 
I have learned to live the present 
for tomorrow is only a vision, and 
yesterday was only a dream. 
Goodbye and Goodluck Class 
“78.” ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 
2, 1; SENTORIAN 2; Junior Activi¬ 
ties Club 2; Senior Activities Club 
1; Italian Club 2, 1. 


MARY A. CAPOZZI 
33 Montavle Road 
“Don’t walk behind me I may not 
lead Don’t walk in front of me I 
may follow Just walk beside me 
and be my friend." ACTIVITIES: 
Junior Prom Committee 2; 
National Honor Society 2, 1. 



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SUZANNE J.CAPRIULO 
4 Abbott Court 

I will never forget . . . F.B., 
D.W., N.D., B.E., S.B., A.S., 
N.P. 


EDWARD W. CARCIERO 
13 Dix Road 

If people would look around 
them they would realize what 
life is about. ACTIVITIES: Bas¬ 
ketball 3, 2, 1. 


NANCY L. CARLSON 
7 Hinston Road 

I will never forget all the 
friends I’ve made at W.H.S., 
SUmmer “76,” 12/31/76, 5/ 
4/77, “The Corner," 1/2 
Days, “the Pillow fight,” L.E. 
and toto.” Fri. nights, Driver’s 
Ed. “76,” Mrs. McD., “The 
Hut,” 6/24/76, 9/7-9/12/77, 
D.B. Co-operative Work Exp. 
but most of all, the good times 
all through W.H.S. and the 
experiences. ACTIVITIES: 
SENTORIAN 1; Cooperative 
Work Exp. 1; Business Edc. 1; 
French Club 3. 


JAMES J. CARNEY 
42 Liberty Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3; Work 
Study 1; SENTORIAN 2; Pre- 
Med Club 3. 


THOMAS F. CARR 
182 Mishawum Road 
I will never forget, the good 
times in Band and Choir, and 
the precious times with E.K. 
bye Mel. ACTIVITIES: Outdoor 
Track 1; Senior Play 1; 
NOMAD 1; Bank 2, 1; Orches¬ 
tra 2, 1; Concert Choir 2, 1; 
Black and Orange 2, 1; ROTC 
3, 2, 1. 


DEBRA L. CARBONE 
79 Pearl St. 

I'll never forget the Bus Stop, the 
trade, the packie, the times up N.H. 
and most of all M.D., I don’t think 
anybody could half the stuff we went 
through. Especially the times with 
K.B.and S.M. 



DANIEL JOHN CAREW 
15 Emeline Street 

With all the mistakes I’ve made and 
all the hardships of the world, one 
sometimes wonders if life is worth the 
trouble. As I look back at “Godspell,” 
the love of my friends, Diddlydum 
and Puff, A.P. Cards and the future. I 
can say YES! ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 
2; Basketball 3; Honor Society 2, 1; 
French Club 3, 2, 1; Drama Guild 3, 
2, 1; Choraleers 1; Senior Play 1. 


WAYNE CARMICHAEL 
14 Valley Road 

I will never forget sleeping in class 
with my eyes open. 




JAMES CARPENTER 
14 Middle St. 


JOHN CARRABINO 
13 Woodside Terrace 




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CARL CARUSO 
25 Colonial Rd. 


JOSEPH CASEY 
7 Liberty Ave. 


ROBERTR.CASEY 
23 Wade Ave. 

I will never forget The Doc's class. 




IRENE P.CASTANHEIRA 
34 Dix Road Ext. 

"I have to say, my friends, this road 
goes a long, long way, and if we’re 
going to find the end we’re gonna need 
a helping hand.” B. Taupin/E. John 
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Honor Society 2, 
1; National Honor Society 1; Spanish 
Club 3, 2, 1. 


PETER A. CASTINE 
14 Newbridge Ave. 

I will never forget the strike, and some 
of the worst teachers, I have ever met, 
also the stupid reason I got bounced. 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2. 


STACEY L. CATALDO 
24 Bernard Road 

I will never forget the Eagles, Color- 
guard 77, Myrtle Beach with K.D., Spot 
Pond with M.W., Bob Seger, Bad Co., "I 
can’t believe this is a real school,” my 
9th grade year, weekend at Ramada 
Inn, Westford Quarries, #1 building 
bathroom, the rock, spooks hill, Den¬ 
ise’s bra on 93, and all the good times 
with P.C. “Happy are those who dream 
dreams and are ready to pay the price 
to make them come true,” "Goomba.” 



LOUANN CENNERAZZO 
25 Thistle Road 

So on and on I go, the seconds 
tick the timeout. There is so much 
left to know and I’m on the road to 
find out. Never forget the parties 
down Wright Street, and the cas¬ 
tles burning. ACTIVITIES: Sunday 
Softball, Gymnastics 3, 2, 1; CYO 
Basketball 3, 2, 1. 


TERRI ANNE CENNERAZZO 
42 Webster Street 
I will never forget the great times I 
had at W.H.S. and D.P., J.M., 
E.D., J.C., S.C., M.G., Remember! 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3, 2, 1; 
Softball 3, 2; Tennis 1. 



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GARY CASSIDY 
13 Page Place 



JOSEPH CELONA 
12 Kendall Drive 

Never forget all the friends I made at 
Woburn High, always remember B.M. 
M.G., G.B., and J.G. 



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JUNE A. CHERUBINO 
14 Bernard Rd. 

I will never forget all the good times I 
had and all the good friends I made in 
W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: National Honor 
Society 2, 1; French Club 2, 1; Hi- 
Teen Fashion Club 3; Pre-Med Club 2. 


THEODORE J. CHESBROUGH 
41 Creston Ave. 

I will never forget all the great times I 
had and kids I met. ACTIVITIES: Foot¬ 
ball 3, 2; Ed. Club 1. 


PAULC. CICCARELLI 
3 Indian Hill Road 

I will never forget A.D., I.S., Z.W.A., 
K.O., Hammer, Zeke, Spike Hank, 
Tucker, Dad, and O.C. Peter and Joe. 
(The Great Ones). ACTIVITIES: Golf 3, 
2, 1; Stake Club 3, 2, 1. 


RICHARD FRANCIS CLANCY 
13 Fisher Terrace 

To be nobody, but yourself in a world 
which is doing it’s best night and day 
to make you everybody else, is the 
hardest battle a man can fight, and 
never stop fighting. ACTIVITIES: Bas¬ 
ketball 3, 2, 1; Football 3, 2, 1; Senior 
Class President; Spanish Club 3, 2, 1. 


SANDRA E. COE 
26 Orange Street 

I will always remember good times 
cheering, "You’re still the One,’’ Rev¬ 
ere, Paws (tiger), stages, W.H.S. after 
dark, 2 Hula Dancers, "Jenni," Sum¬ 
mer of “77,” the laughter, the tears, 
and 3 great friends P.S., S.J., J.F. 
ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track 3; Cheer¬ 
leader 3, 2, 1; National Honor Society 
2, 1; SENTORIAN 2; Classics Club 3; 
Key Club 2. 







GENE PAULCHESBROUGH 
41 Creston Ave. 

To me school was a place to keep 
warm and look at nice chicks like 
K.S. ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3; 
Ski Club 1,2,3. 


SHERRI ANN CIAMPO 
17 Washington Street 
I will never forget all the good 
times I have had. Friday the 13th 
with P.D. and 3rd period Cafe. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; Busi¬ 
ness Ed. 1; ROTC3, 2. 


PAUL CICCHETTO 
22 Longwood Ave. 

I will always remember the good 
times we had in the chess club 
and I will always remember Mr. J. 
and Mr. V. for making an enjoya¬ 
ble year. ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse 2; 
Spring Soccer 2; Italian Club 2, 1; 
Chess Club 3, 2, 1. 


JAMES A. COCCOLUTO 
396 Russell Street 

“I must be traveling on now . . .” 
Lynyrd Skynyrd. ACTIVITIES: 
Football 3, 2; Outdoor Track 3, 2; 
Indoor Track 3, 2. 


BRIAN R. COLBERT 
1 Colonial Road 

I will never forget all the people 
and places I have known through 
W.H.S. ... At least until Septem¬ 
ber. ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse 2, 1. 








MARK COLBERT 
1 Colonial Rd. 


CHARLES L. COLLINS 
119 Salem Street 

I will always remember NJROTC, all my 
friends, my teachers, and all the help 
and assistance, along with the pleas¬ 
ure, that they gave me. ACTIVITIES: 
Outdoor Track 2, 1; N.J.R.O.T.C. 3, 2, 
1, Executive Officer 1; Wrestling 1; 
National Honor Society 2, 1. 


DANIEL JOHN COLLINS 
Melo Road 

I have learned to hold on to a good 
thing. 


JO ANNE R. COLLINS 
68 Water Street 

I will never forget all the bad times 
here, the great times down the pond. 
East Woburn and the barn with P.G., 
and the rest of the gang, Laconnia J’s 
and Crazy Horse. 



DIANA LYNNE COLMAN KEVIN A. CONKLIN 

322 Montvale Ave. 10 Carter Place 

“I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have I will never forget 12/6/77 

seen yesterday, and I love.” . . . White 

I’ll never forget: Silis, Flame, Suzi-Q, 

L.M., S.J., M.C., Joe’s, and Six Pack’s 
History Class, 11 /26/77, P.T.L. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: INNITOU 1; Classics Club 3, 2 
(Sec.) 1 (Treas.), German Club 3, 1. 


ANNE CONNOLLY MARY LOU CONNOLLY 

6 Wood Street 32 Marlboro Rd. 

I will never forget the summer of “77,” 
the Eskimo, the Pond, the stakeouts, 
the "little box,” C.C. cookies, the wall. 

Beep Beep Beep, and California. 



JAY CONNORS 
43 Rumford Ave. 

I will never forget the good and 
bad times at the vets and Hamp¬ 
ton. ACTIVITIES: LaCrosse 3, 2, 1. 


SEAN CONNOR 
37 Campbell Street 
I will never forget bowling, Ames- 
bury’s Specialties, or the back¬ 
wards S.H. ACTIVITIES: Sky Div¬ 
ing 3, 2, 1. 



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BARBARA JEAN CONROY 
21 Independence Drive 

Strive to be happy in life, But 
more importantly be your own 
person It needn’t come by 
wealth nor fame — But only 
by believing in yourself. I’ll 
always remember the meaning 
of life, special friends (A.H. 
and R.C.) taught me. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Field Hockey 3, 2; Stu¬ 
dent Council 3, 2; Concert 
Choir 2, 1; Flag Corps 1. 


CHERYL ANN CORCORAN 
3 Floyd Street 

I will never forget Tumbling at 
W.H.S. and all the good times 
we had at football games, 
practices, rallies and Friday 
nite club and all the parties. 
And I will always remember my 
friends and all the crazy things 
we’ve done. Always remember 
going down the H.S., Cape 
Cod, Ring Dings, Open Cam¬ 
pus, Thanksgiving of '77, and 
my friends. 


PAULA COSTELLO 
30 Central Street 
I will never forget L.H., L.S., 
A.R., D.M., M.R., E.M., K.W., 
S.P., S.B., D.B., P.B., and all 
the good times we spent 
together, the SC, Cracker 
Jacks with Lo, the night at the 
beach the brat that set beside 
me in accounting L.E. Joe, the 
WNG, Queen Concert, Barney, 
one building Girls room, 9/13/ 
77, that special person and all 
we went through together S.P. 
That brat in my homeroom 
R.H. and for Pat - Stay with me 
and I’ II always be happy! 


ROBERT COUGHLIN 
14 Indian Hill 


PATRICIA ANNE COYNE 
181 Bedford Road 
There are people I’ll remember 
all my life and the friends I’ve 
made at W.H.S. will always be 
top of the list. The times I’ve 
spent here, with these friends, 
will always bring back good 
memories. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 1, 2; 
French Club 3. 


LINDA J. CONSTANTINO 
352 Salem Street 

When you dream, dream big Because 
a dreamer lives forever. ACTIVITIES: 
Majorette 2, 1; (Capt.); Spanish Club 
3, 2, 1; National Honor Society 1; 
Activities Committee 3, 2, 1. 


PATRICIA A. CORMIER 
3 Pettiglio Terrace 

I will never forget 10/8/77 P.B. Athol 
the apartment, Van, Brito, Green 
Acres, 1-2-3-4-5 Italy. The Vets gang. 
The night of the I.D. Park. The Rock. 
Skippin 4th. Parza Room. Mrs. 
McClausland, "summer of 76" Rev¬ 
ere, M.L., P.C., Gettin Baged, 
Ramada Inn and all my friends at 
Woburn High and Time Keeps slippin 
into the future.” 


KEVIN MICHAEL COUGHLAN 
9 Millyan Road 

I will never forget: “Zob,” Primo’s, 
Debating over Doughnuts, Green 
Stick Fracture, Clamausland Produc¬ 
tions, Store 35, Andra, The Sousa- 
phone Squad, Okies Class, Godspell, 
the Pub, Eg, La Fata Morgcha, Band 
Camp, Mr. C. and Halftimes. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Senior Play 1; Band 3, 2, 1; 
Jazz Rock 2, 1; Debating Club 3, 2, 1 ; 
Drama Club 3, 2, 1; Math Club 3, 2. 
National Honor Society 


DONNA COVINO 
166 Bedford Rd. 

I will always remember Dec. 11th and 
the good time I had. I will never forget 
what happened to J.B. Will never for¬ 
get the fights I had with D.B. 


PAUL FREDRICK CRAMPTON 
35 South Bedford Rd. 

It had its ups and downs, (but you got 
to like it.) P.S. Remember 12/11 at 
Frees, Dukes Flat, the weekend in 
Maine, the sing a long with luke, the 
Long walk from Canobie Lake, the 
Guy with the Sicilian accent, the long 
nap on the pot, the fake nights at B.C. 
and the KINSHIP. 



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JEAN MARIE CROCKER 
79 Waverly Road 
I will never forget 8/31/77. 


KIMBERLY M. CUGNO 
65A Mt. Pleasant St. 

I will never forget — Labor Day weekend in 
Marshfield (1977), my 18 birthday, Badco, Pink 
Floyd, Bob Seger, First night I went up the Web 
Brook, good times down the South End, corner, 
Salsbury Beach, Open Campus, Calif., all the 
friends I made, and I will never forget especially 
the “BLACK BOMBER.’’ 


KEVIN P. CULLEN 
41 Sheridan St. 

I will never forget the good people, Sunday 
afternoon losses, P.H., J.P., Mr. S, beach and 
track days, and the Ho Jo’s Pullover. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Basketball 3; Tennis 3, 1; Senior Play 1. 


DONNA DABRIEO 
12 Houghton Street 

So many memories, so many dreams, so hard to 
choose. Hopefully, these past years at WHS 
have taught me to take one day at a time and 
remember that every day is the first day of the 
rest of our lives. ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3, 2, 
1, (Captain); Student Council 3, 2, 1; National 
Honor Society 2, 1; Activities Committee 3, 2, 1. 


JOHN F. R. DALEY 
72 Kilby Street 

I will never forget some nuts streaking through 
the Ramada Inn, woop-dee do, dancing on 
tables, and Shaugers Strip dance on my car in 
HARVARD Square, and the three gorillas and 
sky diving. ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; Foot¬ 
ball 3, 2, 1; Ice Hockey 3, 2, 1; Student Council 
3, 2, 1; Debating Club 3, 2, 1; Ski Club 3, 2, 1. 



PAULCUDMORE 
156 Washington Circle 


ELIZABETH CULHANE 
31 Waltham St. 

I will never forget all the friends I’ve 
made at Woburn High, the 64 Chevy, 
12/24/75, the winter of 76, the 
weekend in New York Beach 7/24/ 
77, “The Cold Winter,’’ the Green 
Dodge, the tourer, and the parties at 
the drive-in. ACTIVITIES: Biology Pre 
Med Club. 


KATHY ANN CURRIER 
21 Revere Rd. 

True friends are like Diamonds pre¬ 
cious and rare! False friends are like 
autumn leaves scattered everywhere! 
I'll never forget L.C., M.G., J.S., L.D., 
W.T., B.T., B.R., D.O., and the rest of 
the gang down Austins. Also the good 
times down the pond. 6-5-77, Special 
remembrance to Meg Keating. Also to 
a special person in my life, (m.t.) also 
my family. 


LAURIE ANN D’AGOSTINO 
54 Nashua Street 

Take your time. Think a lot. Think of 
everything you’ve got For you will still 
be here tomorrow but your dreams 
may not. — Cat Stevens — 


PATRICE MARIE DALY 
5 Garden Drive 

I will always remember all the good 
times in Gymnastics and track with 
K.M. and J.L. Never forget the sum¬ 
mer of 76 with B.C. and J.E. and P.D. 
and J.S. and Horses or summer 77 
with C.C., S.A., C.M. and M.P. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Girls Outdoor Track 3; Gym¬ 
nastics Team 3, 1; Nationl Honor 
Society 1; Girls W Club 3, 2, 1; French 
Club 3, 2, 1. 


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BETTINA D’AMICO 
32 Quimby Ave. 

I will never forget all the good times at 
W.H.S. Third period cafe with D.K P.L. 
K.S.C.J. 



PATRICIA ANN DECOURCEY 
30 Brentwood Road 

Two roads diverged into a wood and I 
— I took the one less travelled and that 
has made all the difference. Robert 
Frost. ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3, 2; 
Leo Club 1; National Honor Society 2, 1 
(President); Senior Activities Commit¬ 
tee 1; Outdoor Track 3, 2, 1 (Co-cap¬ 
tain). 





LOUIS CHARLES D’AMICO KAREN M. DAMRATH 

20 Brentwood Road 14 Gregg Street 

I’ll never forget playing bass in back of 
the Eldo. ACTIVITIES: LaCross 2, 1; 

Student Council 3, 2, 1; French Club 3, 

2, 1; Hang Gliding Club 3, 2. 


BARBARA A. DEBERIO 
3 Exeter Drive 

I will never forget 7/16/77 T.C. and all 
the happiness he’s given me. I'll never 
S.M. L.D. R.H. and J.B. and all the 
crazy things we’ve done through the 
years And how could I forget the Howdy 
Gang. 



DAVID J. DEDONATO LISA MARIE DEFILIPPO DILIA MARIA DEFREITAS 

48 Day Circle 255 North Road 1A Edgehill Road 

I will never forget West Point 76, P.L.’s I want to learn what life is for, I don’t I will never forget all the kids I have met 

Party, all my friends and all the great want much I just want more. Life is in Woburn High, the third period cafe 

times I have had in high school. ACTIV- made up of winners and loser. I hope I and all the talks with my friends I will 

ITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; Ice Hockey 2, 1; and my friends are winners. Remember never forget my history class and my 

SENTORIAN 1. the times of your life. ACTIVITIES: Sen- bookkeeper class especially all the talks 

ior Play. Christmas Dance Committee, with K.F. 

National Honor Society 2, 1; Student 
Council 3, 2; INNITOU 1; NOMAD 3, 1; 

SENTORIAN 3, 1; Italian Club 2, 1; 

One-Act Plays 3, 2, 1; Drama Guild 3, 

2, 1; Spanish Club 3, 2, 1. 



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GAYLE M. DELANEY 
9 Phillips Street 

I will never forget Dynamic Band, Super Flute, 
Mr. C. Uncle Bob, Black and Orange, Fruit 
Sales, Exchanges, Pop’s Duets, Arsenic’s 
Corpse, Sailsbury ’77’, Dottienville, Globe 
Drama Competition, Ray's Pates, Duckypoo, 
Charmie, M.D., T.S. D.G. “Fly with the wind and 
be Forever Free.” Anonymous. ACTIVITIES: 
Senior Play 1; National Honor Society 1, 2; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Drama Guild 1,2. 


LINDA DELIAGO 
78 Merrimac Street 

My mind closed twice before me. Leaving an 
everlasting search far beyond the universe. 
Locked in my memories will always be the good 
and the bad: Summer at the mystics Friday in 
Billerica, A week of freedom, “Lovey,” Snoopy, 
Fabulour Zayre, Automotives, R.L., T.D., J.P.B. 
E, JO, Deli, Roses from T, Coquettish Smiles, 
Xmas at China Moon, No heat, 35 dollar kiss, 
trips to China, Making the rounds and most of 
all everything I've learned. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 1; Sentorian 2; Russian 
Club 2; Spanish Club 2. 


RUTH DELMONICO 
15 Gregg Street 


ELAINE A. DeMONICO 
9 App Court 

I will never forget the New Year's Eve of 77 with 
the steak knives, driving around in the green 
boog and all the good times and good friends 
I've made in Woburn High. ACTIVITIES: Busi¬ 
ness Edc. 1. 


ROBIN MARIE DeROSA 
3 Henry Ave. 

I will never forget the good times at W.H.S., 6/ 
23/75, The El, 6th period study with M.K., 
Switch, Whose beers are those, 5D, The Cape, 
Maine, The six of us. All of my good friends, and 
most of all Billy. ACTIVITIES: Business Edc. 1. 



MARY DELIA 
15 Ward St. 


DAVID G. DELMONICO 
3 Bernard Rd. 

When the White Eagle of the North is 
flying over head and the Browns, reds 
and Golds of autumn lie in the gutter 
dead. Remember then thirsummer 
birds with wings of fire flame. Come 
witness springs new hope born of 
leaves decaying. So together we’ll 
stand hand in hand “On the Thresh¬ 
old of a Dream” Moody Blues. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Football 3, 2, 1; Outdoor Track 
3. 


JANICE E. DeMERS 
41 Robinson Rd. 

I’ll never forget how to laugh . . . 
Seager Concert and the Stairs, Hamp¬ 
ton, Eagles, New Yea’s Eve ”75” 
"Life in the Fast Lane,” Laughs and 
talks with T.S. and K.H. and good 
times with G.S. Sweeping Cob Webs 
from the edges of my mind Had to get 
away to see what we could find. Hope 
the days that lie ahead Bring us back 
to where we’ve been Crosby, Stills, 
Nash and Young. 


CINDY ANN DePERRY 
55 Houghton Street 
Never forget. . . Summer of “77 6/ 
18/77 B.H., Choir trips, N.L; J.B.; 
D.B.; E.M.; Rockport D.C. Pewter Pot 
Parties at the church; camping trips 
and weekends in N.H. and all the 
friends I have made at W.H.S. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Softball 3; Concert Choir 3, 2, 
1; Sentorian 2; Business Edc. 1. 


STACEY A. DeROSA 
4 Harlow Court 


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ALICIA G. DESMOND 
2 Roger Ave. 

I will never forget all the good 
times of Summer “77’ at P.A. 
with D.J., the Check-ins, Wel- 
ton Falls and my 3 years at 
Woburn High and all the 
friends I met there. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: National Honor Society 
1; Business Edc. 1. 



WENDY L. DEVLIN 
34B Park Drive 

I will never forget the good 
times and the great people I 
met at WHS, 9/16/77 with 
M.A., and softball with T.R. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3; Soft- 
ball 1 and 2; Art Guild 1, 2, 3; 
Hockey Booster. 


JOHN M. DIFONZO 
123 Harrison Ave. 

I will never forget the things I 
wanted to forget while watch¬ 
ing for Pigs on the Wing. 


LISA Dl GIROLAMO 
9 Lee Rd. 

For those who understand, no 
explanation is necessary; for 
those who don’t understand 
no explanation will suffice. I 
will never forget all the great 
friends I’ve made in my 3 
years at W.H.S., especially the 
summer of “77” and C.D. 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 2; Student 
Council 3, 2, 1; INNITOU 1; 
SENTORIAN 1; French Club 3, 
2, 1; Spanish Club 3. 


MICHELE DINAPOLI 
11A Gregg Street 
I will never forget all the great 
times up here, the people I've 
met, the fac’s, Salads and the 
tree. The teachers have been 
great. Thank you for every¬ 
thing Mr. D. Sweeney. 3/26/ 
77 Eric. Make the best of your 
life, live while you’re alive and 
young. Don’t let the world get 
you down. Joey always stay by 
me, I need you. ACTIVITIES: 
Business Assistance 1 (Presi¬ 
dent). 


MARGERIE DEVER 
31 Indian Hill Rd. 

I just want to say that I’m sorry I have 
to leave Woburn High because I’ll 
never be able to bring back all the 
good friends and good times that are 
a part of high school. I'll always 
remember “Hey Jay,” corrective 
shoes, R.D. A.B. Rita’s and Karen’s 
F.C. parties, the twerp in 7-4, K’s 
17th at P.S.H., and especially 5/14/ 
77 and J.M. D. Because wekk. he 
knows. ACTIVITIES: Junior Prom 
Committee; Flag Corps 1; Senior 
Activities Committee 1. 


ELIZABETH ANN DICKELMAN 
27 Samoset Rd. 

For yesterday is but a memory, and 
tomorrow is only a vision. But today 
well lived makes every yesterday a 
memory of happiness, and every 
tomorrow a vision of hope. Author 
Unknown. ACTIVITIES: National 
Honor Society 2, 1; Student Council 
1; INNITOU 1; Cheerleader 3, 1; 
French Club 2, 1. 


GAIL F. Dl FRANCO 
26 Stonewall Dr. 

Don’t be angry, don’t be sad and 
don't sit cryin’ over the good times 
you had There’s a rose in the fisted 
glove and the eagle flies with the 
dove. If you can’t be with the one you 
love, love the one you're with. Ste¬ 
phen Stills. ACTIVITIES: NOMAD. 


ANGELA R. Dl MAURO 
61 Bow St. 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 1. 


D. ANDREW DINEEN JR. 

7 Wilson St. 

I wish I could forget Newts, cyanide, 
ground glass, Big Macs Lumberjacks, 
Waverly, Gumby, Mesopotamia, One- 
Acts, Jonathan across the couch, 
Sheep dip. Green Stick fracture, Mac- 
Beth, T.O.E. and Bloody Twits. 
ACTIVITIES: Prize Speaking Winner 
2; One Acts 3, 2, 1; Drama Guild 3, 2, 
1 . 



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JAY DIPANFILO 
20 Innitou Road 

Never fear big words. Big long words 
name little things, All big things have 
little names such as Life and Death, 
Peace and War. Learn to use little 
words in a big way. It is hard to do But 
they say what you mean. When you 
don’t know what mean — Use Big 
Words, They often fool little people. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; Stake-Out 
Club 3, 2, 1. 


DIANA DIPIETRANTONIO 
6 Page Place 

To me school was one of the best trips 
of my life. It was meeting people and 
learning how to cope with each other in 
our different ways. Learning that life is 
not how I like it to be but. Learning to 
accept what it is. I will always remem¬ 
ber the good and mediocre times that I 
had in school. But, most of all, my Fan¬ 
tastic friends I met in WHS always 
remember you “Fonz.” ACTIVITIES: 
Basketball 2, 1;WCIub2, 1. 


MARK J. DISALVO 
47 Dix Road 

I will never forget all the S.O’s, the U.V. 
8-28, Mr. S., J.T., C.C. ACTIVITIES: 
Baseball 3; Basketball 3. 


MATTHEW J. DISALVO 
47 Dix Road 

Mattycooch, Charmie Ts Flake, Thu, 
Snake Sunshine, D.C.’s cellar, M.D. 
CPR, Hy and Dry Salisbury “77” Mr. 

H. , Madam M, Whipped Cream, 
“M.l.T.” The company, The Vinyard, 
Exchanges, Uncle Ray, Mom and Dad. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; Black and 
Orange 3, 2, 1; CHoraleers 3, 2, 1; 
Drama Guild 3, 2, 1; One Act Plays 3, 2, 

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DEBORAH MARIE DISANZO ANN DITULLIO KEVIN DOBBINS DAVID DOCKHAM 

4 Kensington Ave. 66 Montvale Road 65 Pearl St. 16 Floyd St. 

Forget Yesterday, I am where I am, I The time has come to be gone and 
know where I could have been, had I though to our health we drank a thou- 
did not do. Tell me friend what I can do sand times I have to ramble on I know 
today to be where I want to be, Tomor- the time, the time is now ... So I said 
row, — Sigrad. I will never forget my good-bye to all my friends and packed 
Senior year, the fun I have had. Cheer- my hopes inside a matchbox cuz I know 
ing, Lizzy, anonymous and, a lot. it’s time to fly. — Led Zeppelin 
ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 2, 

1, Treasurer Cheerleader 3, 2, 1, cap¬ 
tain. 


DAVID F. DOHERTY DAVID J. DOHERTY 

16 Anna Road 9 Reed St. 




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JOHN DOHERTY 
26 Creston Ave. 


PETER DOHERTY 
33 School St. 


JOAN E. DONAGHEY 
17TremontSt. 

I’ll never forget Fla. with Laurie, her 

L. M., "speed me up slow you down," 
camping, Yueoo, Calif., C.W. with 

M. C., L.K., C.R., ride in Hampton, 
A.O.’s 1st ride with me, my accident 
(peach). Nuggets with B.M., and all 
the other great times. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 1, 2; Innitou 
1; Debating Club 2. 


DAVID DONOVAN 
27 Rumford Pike Ave. 


SANDRA M. DOUCETTE 
25 Felton Street 

Locked inside my mind, are treasures 
I must find, Searching for them I fol¬ 
low the roads to everlasting eternity. I 
will never forget Betty Bone’s class. 
Black and Oranges, Mr. G’s class, 
C.H., O.A., C.B.’s class, psych, Mr. H. 
and the Senior Play. ACTIVITIES: 
Senior Play 1; INNITOU 1; Concert 
Choir 2, 1; Black and Orange 2, 1; 
Pre-Med Club 2, 1. 



KELLY A. DOHERTY 
26 Beacon St. 

No day is over if it makes a mem¬ 
ory ... I will never forget special 
friends, phone conversations, 
D.P., the voice, Maine, France, 
Americano’s, "You're danger¬ 
ous” and all the happy memories. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, 1; 
Secretary Activities Committee 3, 
2, 1; French Club 3. 


RITAM. DOHERTY 
72 Arlington Rd. 

Yesterday has passed but it still 
lingers on . . . the trio, flags, bud¬ 
dies, Long Beach, Groucho, U.S. 
Hist., and Chem., Black and 
Orange, and all the good times 
and people at W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: 
Basketball 3; National H.S. 2, 1; 
Student Council 3, 2, 1; Flag 
Corps 2, 1; Spanish Club 3, 2, 1. 


BRIAN G. DONOHOE 
17 Wolcott Rd. 

I will never forget all the great kids 
I met and the friends I’ve made. 
3rd period cafe. All the good times 
in Man’s Search, Sociology, Span¬ 
ish I and II, and all the parties. 


PATRICIA JOAN DONOVAN 
30 Duren Ave. 

I will always remember Soph. Jr. 
and Sr. Prom, "South Pacific,” 
Cruising, Sailsbury, Moondust, 
Maine, MD, BBy’s Orange Rock, 
Concerts And all the things to 
come. ACTIVITIES: Black and 
Orange 3, 2, 1; Choraleers 2, 1; 
Madrigal 1; Drama Guild 3, 2, 1; 
Sentorian 3; One Acts 2; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2. 


EDWARD FRANCIS DOUGHTY 
122 Burlington St. 

I will never forget the hood, the 
moon, the load, the stud, cough, 
Gus, Tanka, Bropho, The rat, 
Cates, Stretch, C.C., Sam Roe, 
Bud, Spike, Tough and Cool les¬ 
sons, and panting. ACTIVITIES: 
Hang Gliding Club 3, 2, 1; Band 3, 
2, 1; Jazz Rock Ensemble 3, 2, 1. 


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KATHLEEN M. DOWNEY 
21 Chase St. 

I will never forget the S&S gang, bangs in the 
back, the limo, runaways, J.W. T.M., C.B., L.D., 
S.K., whome and esp. J.D. The friends I’ve met, 
I'll never forget But the road goes on endlessly 
and I look for those I've yet to meet for my 
future lies ahead of me. 


GARYT. DOWNING 
1 Parliament Lane. 

The more I learn the less I know Lest my heart 
forget I'm not a pro, but if perchance I acquire 
knowledge Let it not be said That it was found in 
college . . . BYE. ACTIVITIES: Hang Gliding 1; 
Innitou 1; Sentorian 2, 1; German Club 3, 2, 1. 


MARK THOMAS DRISCOLL 
20 Hiawatha Road 

I will never forget the good times I’ve had in and 
out. of school, the friends I’ve made, the cor¬ 
ners, the glass, the coneheads. ACTIVITIES: 
Hang Gliding 3, 2, 1; Capt. Boat Club 1. 


DIANE MARIE DUNCAN 
20 E. Dexter Avenue 

Never forget 4/1/77, H.J.’s, Sears Catalog, 
concerts, Amy and Pat, Dop, Mona, Becky, Peg, 
Beans, Derk, Hump, Meg, parties, summer of 
'77, and especially J.C. (Joda). ACTIVITIES: 
Business Ed. Club 1. 


STEVEN E. DUNN 
79R Montvale Ave. 

I will never forget the good times I had in high 
school. ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3; Pink Floyd 6/27, 
tull to old to rock and roll to young to die 12/6. 



MARKDOWNIE 
31 Dragon Court 


LAURIE DRISCOLL 
21 Hilltop Pkwy. 


EDWARD J. DUNN 
95 Washington St. 

“. . . and the road goes on forever.’ 
G. Allman 


BRIAN MICHAEL DURAN 
18 Stoddard St. 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3. 


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ALAN M. DUSSAULT 
9 Bow St. 

I will never forget all the good 
times at W.H.S. As time passes 
so do all the people you meet. 
Not that high school is over. It 
is time for new adventure 
never forget all the people I 
met and Woburn football 
“77.” ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 
2, 1; Leo Club 2. 


MICHELLE DWYER 
15 Albany St. 

I will never forget . . . “4th of 
July 76” 3/29/77, New Year 
Eve, and E.W. All the trouble 
with D.C. (of course)! and 
those two special people. 
ACTIVITIES: Distributive Ed. 


BRADLEY W. EKLUND 
11 Washington Terr. 

I will never forget the good 
times in Professor McD’s 
room, The trips up to N.H., 
Groucho Vest, the kids I have 
met over the years, 10/8-10/ 
77, yogi’s room, midnight boat 
rides in N.H., D.M., D.M., 
G.M., B.B., B.C., J.B., P.C., 
F.O., S.M., this school is 
N.F.G., the free honks by K.Y. 


CARENN. ENNIS 
172 Bedford Road 


WILLIAM J. ESTABROOK 
141 Bedford Road 
I will never forget all the great 
times at Woburn High, the 
stake. Black Dog, my up and 
down jr. yr., and all the great 
people who have made these 3 
yrs. bearable. ACTIVITIES: 
Outdoor Track 3, 1; Indoor 
Track 3, 2, 1, (co-capt.). 


JANICE E. DWYER 
21 Glenwood Ave. 

I will never forget all the super times 
at W.H.S. esp. the Jr. Prom, Christ¬ 
mas Dance, the parties, New Year's, 
big brother and esp. Mike and 4/23/ 
77. ACTIVITIES: Senior play 1; Con¬ 
cert Choir 1; Spanish Club 3, 2. 


RICHARD A. EDMONDS 
16 Scott Street 

I have learned that we cannot change 
yesterday, that is quite clear, nor 
begin our tomorrow until it is here. So 
all that is left is for you and for me is 
to make today as best as can be. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 2, 9/10ths. 



EDWARD “JERRY” ELLIOTT 
10 Hiawatha Road 

I will never forget Mr. J. Sullivan’s 
class, o.c. and all the kids I knew at 
W.H.S. 


CHERYLE ERICKSON 
49 Garfield Ave. 


JON ETHERIDGE 
22 Buckman St. 


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ANTHONY FACCIOLO 
35 Hart St. 


PATRICIA A. FAIRWEATHER 
9 Karen Road 

It’s been such a long time, I think I should be 
going. Time doesn’t wait for me It keeps on roll¬ 
ing .. . Boston. I’ll never forget all the good 
times I’ve had with all my friends, Pink Floyd, 
and summer “77.” 


BUD FANJOY 
13 Hinston Rd. 


KEVIN G. FARRELL 
18 Salem Avenue 

I will never forget all the good times and people 
I met during my three years. I’ll never forget the 
parking lot, the Abb, Hampton "76,” and the 
brick. ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 3; Senior Play 1. 


STEVEN FEDERICO 
47 Waverly Rd. 

I will never forget all the great 
people I’ve come to know, Bum, 
Pappy, Rips and Rich, Captain 
and Jack and everyone else. 
ACTIVITIES: Debating 2; Hockey 
3, 1; Baseball 3, 2, 1; Hanggliding 
1 . 



PATRICIA M. FAHERTY 
38 Green Street 

You give but little when you give of 
your possessions. It is when you give 
of yourself that you truly give. — 
Gibran. I will never forget any of the 
good times at W.H.S. and the friends 
that I shared them with, especially 
Frank, 6-20-76, No. Conway "Ever¬ 
green,” Promise? and all the memo¬ 
ries. ACTIVITIES: Junior Prom Com¬ 
mittee 2; Christmas Dance Commit¬ 
tee 1; Student Council 3, 2, 1; Innitou 
1; Student Government 1. 


MARY FALINO 
One Locust Circle 

I will never forget Bobby, Oct. 8 74, 
parties at the park, tull, Lynyrd Sky- 
nyrd, open campus, T&T’s Hill, and 
all the people I met at WHS. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Work Study. 


NANCY FARINA 
71 Elm Street 


DEBRAG. FEDELE 
10 Roman Road 

Have the courage to think your own 
thoughts, speak your own mind and 
live your own life. Peterson. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Outdoor Track 3, 2, 1; National 
Honor Society 1; Innitou 1; Pre Med 
Club 3, 2, 1. 


KATHLEEN FEENEY 
19 Hart St. 


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MARYC. FENNELLY 
6 Garfield Ave. 

I will never forget the people I’ve met, 
the friends I've made, the parties in the 
summer of 77, the wall, the pond, the 
"Brawl," my nights out — the Quar¬ 
ries, the stakeouts and the scenic route 
in the showboat. 



MARYB. FITZPATRICK 
67 Green St. 

"Today is the tomorrow we had hoped 
for yesterday.” ACTIVITIES: National 
Honor Society 3; Spanish Club 1. 




VINCENT R. FERLISI 
86 Lexington St. 

We have spent 12 years in the house of 
Public Education. For our future pre- 
peration. It wasn’t easy it wasn’t tough 
but let me tell you I've had enough. And 
now the time has come our High School 
Days are over and College has yet 
begun. 


MARK FERULLO 
61 School St. 

I'll never forget the people I met in 
High School. The crash. Track days, 
Joni’s party, the baseball team and 
calooots. ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; 
Basketball 3, 2. 


MARYE. FINNEGAN 
2 James Terrace 

Now I feel time is not measured by the 
passing of years, but by what one does, 
what one feels and what one achieves. 
ACTIVITIES: Softball 3, 1; Innitou 1. 



ARTHUR R. FLAHERTY JULIA M. FLAHERTY CATHERINE ANN FLOWERS 

8 Conn St. 76 School Street 13 Frances Street 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3, 2; Cross I will always remember summer of Don’t walk before me I may not follow 

Country 3, 2. "77,” Mary’s parties the h.s. wall, the ... Don’t walk behind me I may not 

pond, the gang, stakeouts, W.B. and lead . . . Just walk beside me and be 
Society, Calif, with A C., S.L., L.F., K.G., my friend . . . ACTIVITIES: Art Guild 3, 
J.M., J.D., S.L., J.N., and the scenic 2, 1; National Honor Society 2, 1; 
route in the showboat. French Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Art 

Guild 3, 2; Drama Club 3, 2. 


DOUGLAS P. FLYNN 
27 Naples Ave. 

I will never forget that beautiful 
n.h., no. 1, 19, 22, all the good 
times before, during, and after NED F. FOLEY 

school, and the day in soccer we 7 Leonard Street 

proved we were the best. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Soccer 3, 2, 1; Tennis 3; 

Debating Club 2; Stake Clubs 3, 2, 

1 . 



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LINDA FORTUNA 
22 Roman Rd. 

I will never forget “musicland,” 
B.K. nites, The Band, Ralph, Mike, 
and my closest friends and all the 
people I met at W.H.S. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Junior Prom Committee 2. 


SUSAN M. FRANK 
40 Waverly Rd. 

I will never forget Bremen, Berlin, 
“The Remmer,” Mars, Hey Jude, 
4/3/77, Stu, KFc, O.C., and all the 
special times shared with friends. 


BARBARA A. FREEMAN 
10 Maywood Terrace 
I will never forget all the great 
times at W.H.S., Henchi, the per¬ 
sonnel of the “mental ward,” and 
“The States.” ACTIVITIES: Bas¬ 
ketball 3, 2, 1; Capt. Field Hockey 
3, 2, 1; Capt. G.A.A. 3, 2, 1; (trea¬ 
surer). 


LINDA J. FROST 
6 Emeline Street 

I’ll never forget Salisbury "76,” 
the scenic route, shades parties, 
the pond, holiday inn on wheels 
down quarries, showboat, the 
summer of "77” the wall, the cen¬ 
ter, 4th of July weekend over San¬ 
dra’s the pool, nut nut nut 
nnnyow, short people my nights 
out, the WebBrook, shades, 
Steph, Julia Kibba Dibba Do, Anny 
Bannanny, Punca, Mela “Stake 
Outs” all my trips. 


MARIANNE GALLUZZO 
23 Marlboro Rd. 

“If a man does not keep pace with 
his companions, perhaps it's 
because he hears a different 
drummer. Let him step to the 
music which he hears, However 
measured or far away’’ Henry 
David Thoreau. I will always 
remember the true friends I have 
met at WHS K, M's, P.P. DB, the 
heart. Math 13, Y.S. and “the 
sneakers.” ACTIVITIES: National 
Honor Society 3, 2, 1; INNITOU 1; 
French Club 3; Senior Activities. 


DONNA JEAN FOSSEY 
6 Albany Street 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Prom Com¬ 
mittee; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; 
NOMAD 1; C.C. Club 1; Jr. Assist¬ 
ance Club 1. 


PAUL FRANCKE 
241 Lexington St. 


NANCY E. FREEMAN 
10 Maywood Terrace 
“You’ve got to get up every morn¬ 
ing, with a smile on your face. And 
show the world All the love in your 
heart.” I will never forget my 3 
years of great parties, Mr. G., 
Sulli, Mr. Veriani’s room. Doc 
Charlie’s room. Championships, 
Maddest dog. Boss Dog, Kuck and 
the time at the H.H. ACTIVITIES: 
Basketball 3; Field Hockey 2, 1; 
Softball 3, 2, 1 Capt.; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Christmas Dance 
Comm. 1; Student Council 1; 
INNITOU Girl’s W Club 3, 2, 1, 
Sec. 


MARY A. GALANTE 
107 Pearl St. 

I will never forget all the great 
times at WHS, our number 1 field 
hockey team, M.S., all my close 
friends who have made the days 
worth while. ACTIVITIES: Basket¬ 
ball 3, 2, 1; Field Hockey 3, 2, 1; 
Tennis 3, 2, 1; Leo Club 1. 


DONNA M. GALVIN 
12 Sachem Rd. 

Now I feel as though my life has 
just begun. Traveling unknown 
streets, turning down many roads. 
Never stopping till time has stop¬ 
ped. ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; 
Concert Choir 2, 1; Russian Club 
3, 2, Secretary. 




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FRANCISGARBINO 
32 Elijah St. 

I will never forget 8/17/77, the 
Hurld, White Mts., and the bikes. 


WILLIAM GARRITY 
103 Salem St. 


DANIEL J. GATELY 
Arcadia Street 

As longa, vita brevis. I will never 
forget. ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 1 
(Band Major); Orchestra 3, 2, 1; 
One Act Plays 3, 2, 1; Black and 
Orange Revue 2, 1; Drama Guild 
3, 2, 1. 


TIMOTHY GAUTHIER 
50 Winter St. 


CARMEN ELEGANT GHA2ARIANS 
259 Cambridge 

To me school was one of my 
incredible courses of life. ACTIVE 
TIES: Basketball; Ping Pong Club. 


KIMBERLY A. GARDNER 
66 Mishawum Road 

I will never forget "Morning 
Delight," Bad Company, one 
night at Green Street pool with J. 
and J. Nix, and J.Z. . . . "Our 
Wall" Me and My (R.C.), My trips 
to Hampton with S.L., A.C., L.F., 
wasted days and nights, and most 
of all Billy H. 


JAMES JOSEPH GARVEY 
4 Hiawatha Road 

I will always remember Woburn 
High and all the people I have 
met. ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 2, 1; 
Outdoor Track 3, 2, 1; Indoor 
Track 3; Student Council 3, 2, 1. 


MONIQUE M. GAUDET 
33 Longwood Ave. 

I will never forget Amy, Diane, 
Dot, Jeanne, Andrea, Carl, Danny, 
Kathy, Leslie, Meg, or Laurie the 
best friend I ever had, Fleetwood 
Mac, I Like Dreaming, 12/31/76, 
and the fun and parties at Pond 
and Austins. ACTIVITIES: Dist Ed 
Club 1. 


PAUL GEORGE 
1 Jefferson Ct. 


LISA GIANGREGORIO 
1 7 Park Drive 

I will never forget Wright Street, 
the dirt road, George, June 17th, 
Barsh's talks, P.N., and Bob 
Seger. 



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LISA R. GIANNOTTI 
9 William Ave. 

I will never forget: W.H.S. and the 
people I’ve met, K.L., and the crazy 
things we did 3/8/76 ‘‘Kid,” Boston 
77, the Pool, the Park, Summer of 76, 
parties, R.H. and his cruises, Bob 
Seger 12/2/77, K.D.’s parties, and 
August 16, 1977, T.S. 


KAREN ANN GIFFUNE 
97 Spring Ct. Ext. 

Only time can decide ... I shall 
always remember the summer of 77 
at Salisbury Beach, and the 
"Chicken” dance with D.J., I will 
always remember B E. and J.M., the 
kids that I met here and from other 
towns, but most of all I will never for¬ 
get 8/9/77. . . and Johnny. 


ROSEMARY GILGUN 
8 Grant St. 

Amont’s insight is sometimes worth a 
life's experience. I will never forget 
the trip, flag corps, student council. 
Long Beach, U.S. History, and all the 
great people I've met at W.H.S. 
ACTIVITIES: Flag Corps 1; Math 
Team 3, 2; National Honor Society 2, 
1. 


TIMOTHY P. GILMORE 
4 Wiley St. 

I’ll never forget all the M.M.E.’s B.C. 
parties Z.W.A., Spide, W.H.S., Band, 
and all the friends I’ve made. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Orchestra 3, 2, 1; Jazz Rock 3, 
2. 1; Marching Band 3, 2, 1. 


JAMES GLENNON 
66 Arlington Rd. 

I will never forget MTM, EID, Soccer, 
SKIPS class, Bunyon, Good times in 
and out of W.H.S. and especially Long 
Beach. ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3; Soccer 
2, 1; National Honor Society 2, 1. 



JOSEPH MICHAEL GIBBONS 
40 Central Street 

I will never forget W.H.S. W. Ossipee 
N.H. or the kids I’ve met. ACTIVITIES: 
Cross Country 3; Student Council 1; 
National Honor Society 1. 


LIANE M GILBERTSON 
26 Mishawom Rd. 

I will never forget all the good times I 
had, the kids up N.H., the hill, the 
chase, the summer of “77,” with a 
very special person (D.M.), Belmont, 
Boston, the real dream, the apart 
ment, barny. Smelly's house, rumbel- 
lies, KL, L.L., J.M., S.Z. 


MARYT. GILLETTE 
28 Robinson Rd. 

“What lies behind you and what lies 
before you are tiny matters compared 
to what lies within you.” Emerson. I 
will never forget all the friends I’ve 
had at W.H.S. Flag Corps with Ban¬ 
ner, Buddies, and Banna, The tele¬ 
phone Mok, and R.D., B.D. ACTIVE 
TIES: Flag Corps 1; Math Team 3, 2; 
Student Council 2, 1; National Honor 
Society. 


NICKOLOS ROBERT GIRARDI 
8 Brentwood Rd. 

I will never forget all the good times 
at W.H.S., all my friends, Mr. S. and 
his T.C.P., Mr. O. and his Y.A.A., and 
New Year’s Eve of 76. ACTIVITIES: 
Outdoor Track 3; Indoor Track 3. 


PAUL GLOVER 
6 Richmond Park 


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PAULINE GOLLES 
18 Dow’s Lane 

I will never forget Miss Palumbo's 1st 
period English class. All the great 
times down the steps. East Woburn, 
"the barn" Thursday nights. Bird, 
Java, Mr. Goldens P.O.D. class, 
“Crazy Horse,” and all the Burn Outs 
in the class of "78." 


PAULA J. GONSALVES 
3R Belmont Street 

Stinson Lake, N.H., FRAMPTON and 
all the other concerts, L.P., Senior 
Lunch, and all the friends that made 
my 3 years at W.H.S. a lot of fun. 
ACTIVITIES: Innitou 1; Business 
Assistance 3 (Secretary). 


DOROTHY HALEY 
19 Chase St. 

I will never forget all the people I’ve 
met and good times I've had at 
W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Sunday Softball. 


PHILLIP A. HAMEL 
15 Fisher Terrace 

I will never forget all the good times I 
had at W.H.S. All my friends D.C. J.P. 
(eyes) Mr. G. Track days, D.B’s 
glasses. And the maddogs. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Basketball 3, 2, 1. 


KAREN L. HANSON 
246 Cambridge Rd. 

How to Laugh . . . May your heart 
always be joyful May your song 
always be sung. May you build a lad¬ 
der to the stars. May you stay, forever 
young. Bob Dylan. I’ll never forget 
how to laugh. . . 



KEITH C. GONSALVES 
24 Cummings Ave. 

To me school was virtuous, honor¬ 
able, excellent, admirable, com¬ 
mendable, beneficial, advanta¬ 
geous, and favorable. Also I will 
never forget all the friends I have 
made. ACTIVITIES: Baseball: 3, 2, 
1 . 


ANNE-MARIE HAGGERTY 
7 West View Terr. 

Ice bergs and People are very 
much alike. We can only see the 
part of them that shows on the 
surface but below there is so 
much more to discover. I'll always 
remember the kindness of special 
friends P.T.L. and John 3:16. 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3, 2, 1; Class 
Secretary 3, 2, 1; Flag Corps 2, 1; 
Concert Choir 3, 2, 1; Student 
Government Day Delegate 2. 


TIMOTHY JOHN HALLIGAN 
1 Pilgrim Rd. 

I will never forget the times I had 
in NJROTC with all the friends I 
made. But mostly I will never for¬ 
get my command on the spring 
vacation trip with all of its ups and 
downs. ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 
NJROTC 4321 Drill Team 3, 2, 1; 
Drill Team Executive Officer; Com¬ 
pany Senior Enlisted Officer. 


LINDA L. HANSEN 
723 Main St. 

"Take your time, think a lot, think 
of everything you’ve got; for you 
will still be here tomorrow but 
your dreams may not.” Cat Ste¬ 
vens. I’ll never forget: Hesfedme- 
hanscot, S.C.’s Parties, Primos, 
C.B.’s class, Hampton 77, "Sto- 
neham Maradas,” J’s Rescue, 
J.L., and the Caramelcreme . . . 
Good Bye W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: 
Outdoor Track 3; Cheerleader 3, 
2, 1 Co-Captain; National Honor 
Society. 


RICHARD HARDY 
110 Montvale Ave. 

















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RALPH M. HARRELSON, JR. 

25 Arlington Rd. 

I will never forget fresh you beast. 
Deb, the library, summer of ’77, 
My lady, parties around Woburn 
and school, the strike in the rain, 
caf and all the friends I’ve come to 
know. Don’t you know that you are 
a shooting star. 



ROBERT HARRIS 
8 Sherman PI. 


ROBIN MARIE HART 
7 Dragon Court 

I will never forget the summer of 
“ 77 ," especially the Sun Rise with 
J.B., S.M., P.B., The Howdy’s 
gang, N.H. with Barb, and all the 
dum things we did — B.D. S.M. 
most of all Jerry. 


HELEN ANN HATCH 
14 Marlboro Rd. 

I will never forget all my friends 
and the good times we had 
together. Nothing in life is to be 
feared. It is only to be understood. 
Marie Curie. ACTIVITIES: National 
Honor Society 2, 1; French Club 2, 
1; Pre-Med Club 1. 


MARK HAYES 
24 Marlboro Rd. 


PETER E. HARRINGTON 
126 Mishawum Road 
ACTIVITIES: Football 3; National 
Honor Society 1; Key Club 1. 


WILLIAM A. HARRON 
13r Houghton St. 

I will never forget 4th period Phys¬ 
ics, and all the friends I have 
made at W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: 
Baseball 3, 2, 1; Football 3, 2. 


CRAIG M. HASENSTAB 
11 Gettysburg St. 

I will never forget. . . D.C., Jibba 
or the Coneheads. ACTIVITIES 
National Honor Society 3, 2, 1 
SENTORIAN 2. 


MARIE F. HAYES 
16 Rich Rd. 

Now I feel grateful for all the 
things the friends I’ve made at 
W.H.S. Thank-you to M.G., R.G., 
K.O., M.D., K.Y., R.D., M.G., S.B., 
B.F., S.F., C.C., R.S., R.P. and 
T.R., for being such good friends. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Prom Com¬ 
mittee 2; INNITOU 1; Flag Corps 
1; French Club 3. 


JAMES MICHAEL HEAD 
9 Liana Street 

I will never forget Norwich, West 
Point (3+1) Spring Vacation, and 
Abdul, Wop, Bowl, Beafy but most 
of all sugar. ACTIVITIES: NJROTC 
3, 1; Gold Drill Team 1; Supply 2; 
Chorileer 3, 2; Band 3, 2; Senior 
Play 2, 1; Black and Orange 3. 



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PAUL J. HEGGARTY 
19 Fisher Terrace 
I will never forget the ride 
in Tewksbury, the police at 
Rockport, my lost pass¬ 
port, Americanos, standing 
in the fountain, the stolen 
car, the roller coaster, 
being invited for drinks, 
Kowloons, Knees the 
quacking ducks in 7429, 
and on pain of torture. 


COLLEEN P. HENNIGAN 
123 School Street 



ROBERT JOHN HIBINO 
23 Lillian Street 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3, 2, 1 
(Captain); National Honor 
Society 3, 2, 1; Drama 
Guild 2, 1; French Club 2, 
1; Science Club 3, 2, 1. I 
will never forget the upper 
courts, third period coffee 
and music, races, Monty, 
Saturday Lab, Newts, Steve 
Martin. 


CYNTHIA HILL 
31 Nashua St. 


LISA MARY HORGAN 
16 Senator Road 
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 
3, 2, 1 (Co-Captain); INNI- 
TOU 1; Student Council 3, 
1. Be glad of life because it 
gives you the chance to 
love and to work and to 
play and to look up at the 
stars, H. Van Dyke. I will 
always remember the 
laughter the tears the fun 
and all the special times I 
had, especially with cheer¬ 
ing, skating and all the 
Goobers, Lanch, YS The 
One, special dreams, 
friends, WHS, T.P. The 
Store . . . Memories — 
light the corners of my 
mind. 


BETH ELLYN HEIMLICH 
133 Pleasant Street 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3, 2, 1; Swim 
Team 3, 2, 1; INNITOU 2, 1; Cheer¬ 
leader 1; Key Club 1; Leo Club 3, 2; 
Venit Tempus; Venit Consilium. 


WILLIAM HENNIGAN 
123 School St. 


ELLEN MARIE HILBRUNNER 
77 Kilby Street 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Art 
Guild 2, 1; Spanish Club 3, 2; TO: 
Karen — Basketball, I.G.E. and good 
times. Sue ding dongs calling and 
M.T. Cath — Ms. "L” library 5th, “T” 
Club and Hottie Totties in-the-air. For 
it’s the laughter, we will remember 
When ever we remember the way we 
were. 



BINH VU HO 
7 Shiela Ave. 


JOHN P. HUCHKO 
12 Munroe Street 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1; Lacrosse 3, 
2, 1; I will never forget all the good 
times I’ve had in High School and all 
the great people I’ve met. 



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DANIEL BRIAN HURLEY 
25-2 Arlington Road 


SANDRA JAMES 
11 Atotman Dr. 


TIMOTHY J. JAMES 
58 Water Street 

I have flouted the wild, I have fol¬ 
lowed its lure, fearless, familiar 
alone. Yet the wild must win, and 
a day will come, when I shall be 
overthrown. 

Yukon 


JOANE. JANNINO 
2 Gery Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3; Prom Committee 
3, 2, 1; Student Council 3, 2, 1; INNITOU 1; Ski 
Club 2, 1; Activities Committee 3, 2, 1. To taste 
each moment of life for time silently steals the 
days and leaves only the memories. I will never 
forget all the friends I've made summer of 75, 
and 76, Ipswich, and especially A.M S. 


CHRISTINE JOHNSON 
12 Crescent Road 

ACTIVITIES: Christmas Dance Committee 1; 
National Honor Society 2, 1; INNITOU 1; Cheer¬ 
leader 1; Dream what you dare to dream, go 
where you want to go. Be what you want to be. 
Live. Jonathan Livingston Seagull. I will always 
remember all the fun cheering, lanch, S.S., the 
goobers. Monkey, Doctor, Horstages, Bananas, 
Grapes, Labor Day weekend, Frampton concert. 
“Ain’t got no trouble in My Life” and many 
more memories. 


CYNTHIA JOHNSON 
4 Liberty Avenue 

Now I feel 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. 



JAMES JANELIUNAS 
12 Carroll Rd. 


STEPHANIE ANN JARONCYK 
21 Bird Street 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Prom Committee 
2; National Honor Society 2, 1; Junior 
Activities 2; Classics Club 3, 2, 1. “As 
time goes on I realize just what you 
mean to me" Chicago. Through my 
years at WHS, I have learned to live 
and grow, it would take too long to 
write all the things I remember I’ll 
remember the mall - especially JM 
and MC, who have taught me about 
life. 


BETH M. JOHNSON 
7 Dearborn Terrace 
ACTIVITIES: Distributive Ed Club 1. 
You're feeling down you gotta aim 
high don’t stare at the ground reach 
for the sky, just keep yourself up 
don’t ever complain, before you walk \ 
in the sun you gotta laugh in the rain, 

Just get your act together, be ready 
for who, and/or whatever. Life is a 
smile so find it. Put your face behind 
it, set it straight in your mind, you 
gotta make your own sunshine. 


KAREN LINDA JOHNSON 
69 School Street 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 
2, 1; Concert 3, 2, 1; French Club 3, 

2, 1; Pre-Med Club 2, 1; Spanish Club 

3, 2, 1. Each dawn brings life's pre¬ 
cious gift another day in which to live, 
to love, and to find happiness. I will 
never forget my Junior and Senior 
years, 4th period English, summer of 
77, “Blinded by the light,” “Sizz- 
lean,” “Tucker Inn," and all the great 
friends I’ve met. 


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LESLIE ELAINE JOHNSON 
23 Winstead Ave. 

I will never forget: F.S., upon four and 
hold, C.C., Jules, Z.W.A., summer 
vacation. Newts, b.s., mouse beans, 
and friends who made my days incredi¬ 
ble. ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; 
National Honor Society 2, 1; Band 3, 2, 
1; Orchestra 3, 2, 1; Jazz-Rock ensem¬ 
ble 3, 2, 1; Drama Guild 1; Pre-Med 
Club 2, 1. 


SANDRA JOHNSON 
9 Hilltop Parkway 

I’ll always remember the summer of 
'll', the Loretta, Pat, Umpa, “Den¬ 
nis!!”, bu, “sick”“things”, B.M.’s 
tunes and J.F.’s record H.B.P.D., 
beany, Revere and all the ofher good 
times at the High School. ACTIVITIES 
. . . Flag Corps 1, Key Club 1, Sento- 
rian 2, INNITOU, National Honor Soci¬ 
ety 2, 1. 


DIANE R. JOHNSTONE 
8 James Terr. 

I will never forget the fun and people at 
W H.S. going to Spain in ‘76’, with S.G. 
How she met M.F. and the plane ride. 
Room 2208 with P.C., Cafeteria and 
English '76' with J.T. the Superbowl, 
Strike, T.K., S.J., and N.C., 1st period 
English of 'll' with N.F., N.C. at H.P. 
with S.D. Summer of '76' at Hampton 
with J.M., D.B., N.C. and driving on the 
highway. 


GEORGE L. JOHNSTONE JR. 

8 James Terr. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1, Leo 
Club 2, 1. I will never forget the good 
friends and the good time I had at 
W.H.S., 4th and 5th period in my senior 
year, the summer of ‘76’, and Mr. 
“DOC” Boyer’s class. 



SANDRA JEAN JOHNSTONE 
11 Lillian Street 

I will never forget: Spain “76," Sum¬ 
mer “76," 5/27/76 12/31/76, 5/1/ 
77, 6213,6-2 Hall, “LE”, C-lunch, 
C.W.E., M.K., R.D., T.M. Mr. Q, 6208, 
Mrs. M.D. and especially M.F. 


ROBERT E. JONES 
15 Madison Street 

I’ll never forget all the good times and 
people in Mr. T’s class and I won’t for¬ 
get the parties before school. 


STEPHEN A. JONES 
2 Eastern Ave. 

I will never forget CD’s Donut Day, 
Val’s Class, and Oct. 9. ACTIVITIES: 
Cross Country 3; Golf 3, 2, 1; National 
Honor Society 2, 1; Sentorian 1; Clas¬ 
sics Club 1; Key Club 2, 1; Board of 
Directors. 


MARK JORDAN 
31 Carroll Rd. 



MICHAEL J. KANE 
22 Hiawatha Rd. 

I will never forget 3rd period cafe 
and all the friends I made. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Football 3, 2; Indoor Track 
3; Wrestling 2, 1. 


SUSAN ANN KANE 
6 Harvard Street Extension 
“Love me without fear, Trust me 
without questioning. Need me 
without demanding. Accept me 
without change, for a love so free 
will never fly away. Never to be 
forgotten 6-11-76, Washington 
Richie’s Rainstorm, Curly, all the 
parties “the little car," “If," the 
proms and dances, “Beautiful 
and Gorgeous” the little Stud, 
Davey, Jim Dandy, Lynno, Patty, 
Little Red!, and most of all R.S.M. 
forever!! ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 
1; National Honor Society 1; Con¬ 
cert Choir 3, 2, 1; (Treasurer) 
Choraleers 3, 2, 1; Madrigal Sing¬ 
ers 1; Black and Orange Revue 3, 
2 , 1 . 





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JOHN C. KEAN 
10 Wyman Street 

I will never forget all the good 
times '77’,at friends at W.H.S. I 
will always remember the Sum¬ 
mer of “77,” the Beach, Harvard 
Square, S.M., C.C., B.E., and S.M. 
concert. ACTIVITIES: Work Study 
1 . 


SUSAN KEARNS 
4 Shields St. 


MARLENE M. KEELEY 
19 Mill Terrace 

I will never forget all the good 
times in school and out, and all 
the good friends I’ve made. (M.M. 
S.J. R.D.O) Never forget the sum¬ 
mer of ‘‘77" the Cape, Medford, 
Stoneham, all the "Double Woes,” 
the "Perspectibles,” the Framp- 
ton concert, the states we are the 
champions, "C-Lunch.” 


JAMES E. KELLY 
17 Glenwood Street 
I will never forget: the good times 
W.H.S. memories from Summer 
of “76, 77“ “Oh Dear Lord” 
“Wanna Race” Smok-Em Friends 
from Winchester, Dodge, Eagles, 
Mahoney’s especially my favorite. 
Marybeth. 


KERRY M. KENNEY 
64 Arlington Road 
I will never forget all the parties 
down the Pond and the Barn. 


DIANE KEARNS 
12 Brown PI. 


ELIZABETH J. KEATING 
39 Campbell Street 
What would touch you deeper 
tears that fall from eyes that only 
cry — would it touch you deeper 
tears that fall from eyes that eyes 
that know why — Rush 2112. I 
will never forget Woburn High, my 
good friends, the good times and 
P.T. ACTIVITIES: National Honor 
Society 2, 1; French Exchange 
Student 2; French Club 2 (Presi¬ 
dent). 


LISA MARIE KELLEY 
14 Ellis Street 

The study with Robin all the dumb 
things all of us did, the things me 
and Marie did, "L.E.” Mr. Q. Mrs. 
McD, But most of all I'll never for¬ 
get all the good times and good 
laughs in school. ACTIVITIES: 
Field Hockey 3, 2, 1; Softball 3; 
Business Ed 1. 


DEBORAH KENDALL 
52 Harrison Ave. 

I will never forget all the goodkids 
in the class of ’78 The pool, the 
park, and the parties, Wright St., 
Bob Segar 3rd period and all the 
crazy people I’ve met. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Work Study 1. 


LEOV. KERRIGAN 
20 Stoddard Street 



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LINDA M. KERRIGAN 
59 Fowle St. 

I will never forget . . . Steak and 
Eggs, Deeski, Lynski, Elie-May, H J’s, 
no brakes. Bob Seger Concert, A 
ladies lawn in Stone-ham Sormooo, 3- 
Corner rip up the Mall. ‘'All-Right,” 
The hole in Maddogs Car door, The 
burning of Meat loaf, no bugger, 4 
hours lost in Vermont and all the 
laughs up Ellens. 


H. JAMES KILEY 
31 Poole St. 

I will never forget all the good times 
in High School, all my past experi¬ 
ences, what the D stood for, Australia 
“75” “Cone Heads, Running Track, 
2, 5 fake class, winning a meet, 7/32 
111 Tucker, King, The Jump, The 

H. G.C. practices. ACTIVITIES: Cross 
Country 3, 2, 1; Outdoor Track 3, 2, 

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MARK JONATHAN JUDE KINTON 
42 Lillian Street 

Now what the heck do we do? ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Football 3, 2, 1; Outdoor Track 
3; Indoor Track 3. 


DARLENE M. KNOD 
44 Marlboro Road 

I will never forget the good times I’ve 
had and all the friends I’ve met at 
W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3; 
Business Ed Club. 


THULA KOULETSIS 
22 Carson Road 

I will never forget Penny, Debi, Mary 
Helen, Sasha, Teeth, Matt, Irving, 
Snake, Karen, Madam M, Mr. H., 
Miss Japan Miss U.S.S.R. and every¬ 
one else, who I've forgotten at the 
moment. ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; 
National Honor Society 2, 1; Nomad 
3, 2, 1; Concert Choir; SENTORIAN: 
B-> Review. 



ROBERT E. KERRIGAN 
4 Spring St. 

I will never forget: Sully 7th 
period, French 10 and the good 
times in Mr. Dempsey’s room. 


ANDREW F. KING 
35 Garfield Ave. 

Kitty, Quantico VA„ Watching the 
jets take off the blond bomb. 
Chuck, Booba, Schuef, Chief, 
Beavers, Soixante-Neuf, the moon 
over Sqt. Winterson’s window, 
B.S., and the crazy times at 
W.H.S. 



BRIAN P. KIRK 
57 Spring Ct. Ext. 

To me school was the pits. I will 
never forget “Sigmund Frued” 
(Meadow Glen) ACTIVITIES: Sen¬ 
ior Play 3; Tennis 3; Student 
Council 3, 2. 


DONNA J. KNOX 
4 Laurence Road 

I will never forget all the good 
times and all the good friends I 
had at W.H.S., always remember 
Friday Night Kitty’s, Friendly’s 
and Mr. Maderosian’s Biology 
class. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 
2 . 


ALE. LA FRANCE 
23 Kilby Street 

I will never forget Cenny’s car T.G. 
House, Centaur, High-Dry, Largo 
Christianna, Big 4, B + O, Berkley, 
creativity, Theory, F.S. B.C., M.M. 
Uncle Bob Godspell Salisbury, 11 
/5/77, ETC. and all the good 
times and friends I’ve had. The 
Clown and school. ACTIVITIES: 
Senior Play 2, 1; Band 3, 2, 1; 
Orchestra 3, 2, 1; Drama Guild 1; 
MME II for FFF 1. 


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WILLIAM LANGILL 
59 Waverly Road 

I will never forget trying to remember 
all that I was not to forget. 


MAURALANNAN 
18 Carter Street 


KATHY LARSON 
46 Beacon Street 


CHRISTINE J. LAURINO 
19 Brandt Drive 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 
2, 1; Nomad 1. I will always remem¬ 
ber N.J.H.S., W.H.S. and all the kids I 
have met. Always remember Maryel- 
len and all the trouble we used to get 
into, the kids in Somerville working at 
Playmart, 7/4/77, 7/30/77, 8/7/77, 
Rome, and DMK, DK, DC, GC and 
NM. 


STEPHANIE J. LAVOIE 
54 Hinston Road 

I will never forget the gang, Salisbury 
'76, the wall, the special person from 
Math 11, the scenic route in the 
showboat, “Got a match/’’, Summer 
'77, and especially all the friends I 
met here. 



LINDA J. LANGONE 
26 Brentwood Road 
I will never forget WHS, all the friends 
I made, 5th period cafe, chicken lips, 
here he comes. Smelly’s house, the 
wall, bingos, JJ, Mario & M-Mole, L. 
G., J. M., K. C., Barney, the Dream, 
the Truck, Belmont game that never 
was. Jacks, the chase, 6-10, T. S., 
3rd period cafe, Sgt. Billy, Rex, Moe, 
the stiff. Crazy Ester, Beep-beep, and 
all the other good times I had. 


LISA M. LANZO 
41 Carroll Road 

If I leave here tomorrow, would you 
still remember me? For I must be 
traveling on now, cause there’s too 
many places I’ve got to see. 

L. Skynard 


BEVERLY ANNE LATHIGEE 
9 Marlboro Road 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3, 2, 1; Field 
Hockey 3; Tennis 3, 2. I will always 
remember the great kids I’ve met at 
WHS. I will nver forget all the great 
times I’ve had, especially Hampton 
76, and all the parties, the B. Seger 
Concert, Cape 77 when Mini and Kim 
didn’t make it, and Canada 76, my 
good friends DM, DD, and MB. 


AMY LAVELLE 
33 Carroll Road 


DAVID J. LAWTON 
24 Hallmark Drive 

I will never forget the band “Misty” 
chasing pigeons, B & O’s theory woo, 
B.C., sheep dip, C.C. and Mr. H., 
D.C.’s cellar, Greenland, red lights. 
Tanka’s legs, “Godspell” . . . and 
You’re there. ACTIVITIES: Senior Ray 
1; Band 3, 2, 1; Black and Orange 2, 
1; Drama Guild 2, 1. 


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BETTYANNE LEE 
57 Mt. Pleasant St. 

I’ll never forget the first 
dance of my Junior year, 
all the friends I met, and all 
the good times I had here. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Coun¬ 
cil 2, 1; Classics Club 1; 
Spanish Club 1. 



JACQUELINE M. 

LEVESQUE 
6 Evangeline Lane 
Today is mine, each shin¬ 
ing golden hour. In heart 
and hand and mind, I hold 
the power To mould in new 
design, in patterns gay. 
The Beauty I shall find 
along the way. ACTIVITIES: 
Tennis 3, 2, 1; Cheerleader 
1; Student Council 3, 2, 1; 
French Club 3, 2, 1; Jr. 
Prom Committee 2. 


CHARLES LINEHAN 
6 Pond Terrace 


SUSAN LISACKI 
20 School Street 


PAUL J. LOHNES 
3 Bird St. 

The concerts, especially 
Skynyrd and Yes, parties, 
the Cape, Ignorants, the 
hockey team, and everyone 
I have met. ACTIVITIES: 
Cross Country 3; Ice 
Hockey 3, 2, 1; National 
Honor Society 1. 


ROBERTA. LEONE 
28 Princeton St. 

East Boston, MA 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball and Football. 


STEPHEN A. LEWIS 
121 Eastern Ave. 

A journey of a thousand miles may 
start with a single step, but a journey 
of a life time takes two giant steps 
and a Book of Dreams. 


ROBERT (LENNY) LINEHAN 
2 Rock St. 

Never forget the good times I had and 
all the friends I’ve made. ACTIVITIES: 
Radio Club 3, 2, 1, (Pres.); Senior 
Play. 


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NANCY ANN LOCKE 
272 Lexington St. 

I will never forget the people I've met, 
the friends at Store 35, the ride to 
Canada, 11/15/77, and especially 
Bobby. ACTIVITIES: National Honor 
Society 1. 


DEBORAH LONG 
25 Totman Drive 




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LINDA M. LONG 
25 A. Totman Drive 

I will never forget my experience in H.S. 
ACTIVITIES: Naval Science, Girls Blue 
Drill Team; MPO 8 Girls Drill Team; 
Concert Choir 3, 2; Drama Guild 1. 


PATRICIA ANN LOOMIS 
91R Montvale Ave. 

There is no tomorrow, no yesterday. 
Everything is now. I will never forget all 
the friends I’ve made at Woburn High 
especially one special friend, who was 
always there when needed. Thanks to 
Mr. F. and Mr. C for everything. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Tennis 1; SEnior Play 1; National 
Honor Society 2, 1; Majorette 1; Leo 
Club Vice President; Key Club 1. 


LYNN M. LAPARDO 
12 Winter Road 

I wish to propose a toast to a long and 
meaningful relationship. 


KAREN LOPILATO 
146 School Street 

I will never forget all the good times I 
had and all the kids I’ve met at W.H.S. 
especially the teddy bear twins, Boston, 
the apartment, L.G., L.L., S.Z., J.M. 
ACTIVITIES: Work Study 1; Business 
Ed Club 1. 



PETER K. LOWELL JANICE A. LOYCANO SHERYL A. LUNDIN CYNTHIA LUX 

4 Bedford Terr. 343 Lexington Street 68 Pearl Street 218 School St. 

I will never forget the great time I had I will never forget Thanksgiving nite 77, I will never forger all the good times 

in Mr. Dempsey’s class 4th period. Also Crash of 77 KAPO; B.K. nites, all my I’ve had; especially the summer of 

I'll never forget the football cards. friends and all the crazy times at “77,” Hampton, Victoria Station, par- 

W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Junior Prom Com- ties, N. W. Convenient Mart and ALL 
mittee 2; Art Guild 3. the great friends I've made at W.H.S. 

There never seems to be enough time, 
to do the things you want to do, once 
you find them — Jim Croce. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Junior Prom Committee 2; Inni- 
tou 1; Work Experience 1; Bus Ed. 1; 

Spanish Club 3, 2. 



JANET MARIE LYNCH 
9 Otis Street 

ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track 3; 
Innitou 1; Classics Club 3, 2, 1; 
Pre Med Club 3, 2, 1. I know that I 
will remember forever the friends 
I have met at W.H.S. Each of them 
has filled me with happiness 
through the years, and I wish each 
of them that same happiness for 
the rest of their lives. WE KNOW 
THAT WE ARE, BUT NOT WHAT 
WE MAY BE. Shakespeare 


JOHN A. LYNCH 
3 Waltham Street 
I will never forget being elected 
Chief Navigator, luberjacks, fake 
people, and all the friends I’ve 
made, especially Sav, Fred, Doug, 
and Fed. ACTIVITIES: Hang Glid¬ 
ing 3, 2, 1; Chief Navigator. 



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KAREN A. LYNCH PATRICIA ANN LYNCH GERTRUDE ELLEN MacCLELLAN JAMES F. MacCUTCHEON 

3 Waltham St. 16AppCourt 11 Williams Court 18SquantoRd. 

I will never forget my 3 years at W.H.S., I will never forget all the kids I’ve met I will never forget Ms. October Frost 
the 3 Big B’s, 2 joy rides, SNSO, H.B., these past 3 years, H.H., New Year’s and the time and effort she gave me in 
Hyannis, Hampton, Maine, 10/1/77, 6 Eve “76,” and W.H.S. after Dark, the past three years. ACTIVITIES: Sen- 
/26/77, Tumbling, Gymnastics, sum- ACTIVITIES: Innitou, Cheerleader 3, 2. ior Play, Drama Guild, German Club; 
mer of 77, WHS after dark and the Concert Choir, 

gang. ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 3, 2, 1 
(Co-Capt.); W. Club 3, 2, 1; Innitou 1; 

Hi-Teen Fashion Club 3, 2; Jr. Assist¬ 
ance Club 1 (Treas.); Tumblers 2, 1. 




CHARLES MacLEOD 
20 Webster Ave. 


DONALD MacLEOD 
8 Sonrel St. 

I will never forget The Doc. 



JOSEPH MacNEIL 
41 Revere Rd. 



SUSAN LYNN MacPHEE 
69 Elm St. 

Now I feel that I have accomplished the 
first goal of my life. I have strived and 
climbed and finally reached the top of 
the first mountain. But there are many 
more mountains to climb and goals to 
reach. So I'll keep climbing and reach 
them all. I’ll never forget all the great 
times in W.H.S., G.W., L.M., D.F., J.B., 
and especially Uncle Bob. Thanks for 
making my high school years the great¬ 
est. ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; Art 
Guild 3, 2, 1; Innitou 1; Concert Choir 
3, 2, 1; Black and Orange 3, 2, 1; C. C. 
Club 1. 



ROBERT MAGEE 
28 Orange Street 


MARTIN J. MAGUIRE 
85 Spring Ct. Ext. 

I will never forget all the great 
weekends I had and I’ll always 
remember May 27th thru Dec. 3rd 
1977. I’ll always have hope for the 
future. 



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WILLIAM C. MAGUIRE 
34 Arlington Street 

ACTIVITIES: Football 3; Outdoor Track 3, 2, 1; 
Indoor Track 3. 


THERESA F. MAHER 
35 Mayflower Road 

“I sure hope the road don't come to own me. 
There's just so many dreams I’ve yet to find and 
they're so far away.” Carole King. I'll always 
remember S&S, the Arlington gang and most of 
all Mark. (8/14/77) ACTIVITIES: Junior Prom 
Committee 2; National Honor Society 1. 


SHARON MALONSON 
3 Buckman Court 

I’ll always remember all the friends I've made at 
W.H.S. and the good times we’ve had. Third 
period caf and seventh per. Physics with Doc. 
All the fun at B&B's and Kelly’s, the summer of 
”74,” down the South End and Linda’s parties. 
The summer of "75” in Lynn with BM, JC, and 
Jimbo. The winter of “76-77,” 8/3/77 at Hill¬ 
top, and the good times with BD, JB, RH and 
especially the sunrise with Paul. ACTIVITIES: 
Student Council 1; German Club 3, 2. 


DOMINICJ. MANTICA 
20 Poole Street 

Ticking away the moments that make up a dull 
day You fritter and waste the hours in an off 
hand way Pink Floyd. 


RICHARD STEPHEN MARINACCIO 
903 Main Street 

I will never forget all the good times, dances, 
parties. Lake Q, concerts, skipping school in 
Boston with JB and LM, never forget M.I.R., SB, 
SP, Anne 0., PD, Close off, CF, 6/11/76, and 
most of all — Susan. ACTIVITIES: Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Art Guild 1; French Club 3; Con¬ 
cert Choir 2, 1; Choraleers 2, 1; Madrigal Sing¬ 
ers 1; Italian Club 2, 1. 



ROBERT J. MAHER 
5 Westview Terrace 
I will never forget the good times at 
W.H.S., the Soccer team, field trips. 
Chief, and the good friends I had a 
chance to meet. 


RICHARD JOHN MALONEY 
3 Summit Street 

When this you see, remember me, 
and bear me in your mind. Let all the 
world say what they may. Speak of 
me as you find. ACTIVITIES: Ice 
Hockey 3, 2, 1. 


LESLIE MANNING 
44 Darthmouth St. 


MARIE G. MARCOTTI 
30 Wade Avenue 

I will never forget the fun and the 
good friends in and out of school. The 
summer of '77 down the cape” Med¬ 
ford, Stoneham, Double-Woes, per- 
spectables! My 3 yrs. of Spanish, C- 
lunch, SJ, Mr. Q., my 2nd family 
(K’s), EWF. Especially Marlene, and 
all the dumb but funny things we’ve 
done! 


KATHEJ. MARION 

248 Lexington Street 

We’re captive on a carousel of time, 

we can’t return we can only look 

behind from where we came, and go 

'round and 'round and 'round in the 

circle game . . . Joni Mitchell 


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KATHLEEN MARIE MARKHAM 

1 Meadowbrook Lane 
I will never forget Trails of trou¬ 
bles, Roads of battles. Paths of 
victory. We Shall Walk. I will never 
forget Wright St., the cape, June 
17, Morning Delight, March 22 
and George. 


JOHN C. MARTINI JR. 

13 West St. 

I will never forget great times with 
the soccer season of 77, the 
"Beeb,” Pag, the team and the 
cheerleaders. Never Forget D.D. 
and the many friends I have come 
to know through these years. It all 
seemed like a big dream where 
you wake up and it's all over. 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3, 2, 1; Base¬ 
ball 3; Ice Hockey 3, 2; Y.A.A., 
V.P. 


MARGARETTE ELLEN MASOTTA 
313 Main Street 

I continue on life's road w. a feel¬ 
ing of accomplishment. My love to 
RICHARD (March 5 12), b and o, 
leos, student council, Macbeth, 
social evaluation, pantomine of 
D.G. Thank you Mom and Dad for 
giving me the most important 
thing — LIFE. ACTIVITIES: Jr. 
Prom Committee 2; Innitou 1; 
Nomad 2, 1; Majorette 3, 2, 1 (3 
yr. Captain); Concert Choir 2, 1; 
Sr. Activities 3, 2, 1; Drama Guild 
2, 1; Key Club 2. 


DEBBIE A. MATHESON 
66 Central St. 

I will never forget laughs in 3rd 
period cafe, the birdie in the net, 
the jukebox, S. M., and L.K., and 
10/12/76. ACTIVITIES: Tennis; 
Sentorian; Hi-Teen Fashion Club. 


ROSA MATOS 
121 Spring Ct. Ext. 


KATHLEEN M. MARTIN 
16 Revere Rd. 

I will always remember Spring 
Track, 5th period always late P.D. 
Mr. McD's homeroom, cafe, and 
all the good times and the friends 
I’ve made. ACTIVITIES: Outdoor 
Track 3, 2, 1; Ennitou; French 
Club 3, 2, 1. 


DAVID C. MASOTTA 
22 Flagg St. 

I will never forget the time up the 
Ramada Inn, My Friend, Times up 
in Maine. Though the years come 
and go, But your Love must 
always show us, that beyond all 
time and space we’re together. 
Face to Face. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 3, 2, 1; 
Folk Singing 3, 2, 1. 


THOMAS MASSOTA 
22 Flagg St. 


LOUIS MATOS 
121 Spring Ct. Ext. 


TIMOTHY McARDLE 
18 Alfred Street 



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ELLEN MARIE McCABE JOSEPH PAUL McCALLION MICHAEL MCCARTHY BRIAN McCAULEY 

35 Anna Road 20 Fletcher Road 18MinchinDr. 46 Mountain St. 

“I strain ahead for what is still to come; I will never forget: The excellent Sum- 
I am racing for the Finish line, for the merof 77, the rocks, hitting the Man- 
prize to which God calls us.” ACTIVI- sion, the tracks MD, P.G., and espe- 
TIES: Cross Country 2, 1 (co-capt.), dally D.S. 

Field Hockey 3; Outdoor Track 3, 2, 1 
(co-Capt.); Indoor Track 3, 2, 1; 

National Honor Society 2, 1; INNITOU 
1; WCIub2, 1. 



LAURA McCAULEY 
920 Main Street 

I will never forget; D.L. and Jr. Cruisin’ 
in the van, speakeasy, Bus Stop, nut 
house in Stoneham, the strike, leaving 
at 12:00, trips to Hampton, Maine, 
White Mts., June 27 '77 Pink Floyd 
Concert, when the van got ripped off, 
“BRITE-O,” “Class of 78.” ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Work Study; Business Ed. Trea¬ 
surer. 



JOHN McCORMACK 
32 Union St. 


jon f. McDonough 
97 Lowell Street 

I will never forget: Hampton 77, 
Wright Street and Sprinklers, Lyn- 
nard Skynnard, the cape, all the 
parties I disrupted, and so many 
ignorant things too countless to 
mention. ACTIVITIES: Student 
Council 1; Basketball 3. 


THERESA McDEVITT 
4 Russell Court 


julie McDonough 

9 Jefferson Ct. 

It’s been such a long time I think I 
should be going. Time doesn’t 
wait for me it keeps on rolling It's 
a long road I got to stay with I got 
to keep on chasing dream but I 
may never find it I'm taking my 
time I’m just moving along you'll 
forget about me after I’ve been 
gone. 12/9 with SA or DS, jj, BF 
stakeouts 1. ACTIVITIES: Trea¬ 
surer 11th. 


brian t. McDonough 

10 Houghton Street 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 3; Ice 
Hockey 3, 2, 1; National Honor Society 
3, 2, 1; Prize Speaking Winner 3, 2; 
Club 3, 2, 1; Pre Med Club 3, 2, 1. 



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karen McDonough 

28 Buckman St. 


JUDITH A. McFADDEN 
21 Robinson Road 

I will never forget talking with Mary 
about B.B. and his pal, open campus 
with M.A., 11th grade 5th period. 


BRENDA McGILVARY 
85 Bedford Road 

I’ll always remember summers of 75 
and 77, E.P., Kathy’s face on 8/29, 
hitting the glades with K.S. and T.K., 
the Pewter Pot gang, Buttons, T.K.'s 
apt. and all those B.D.’s, YAD, 76 
walks (rite Sue?), “I’m game if you 
are," Locker raids, N.H. 75 and 77, 9 
/5/77, 8/16/77 and all the people 
who made the good times possible 
over the years, esp. M.F., K.S., J.M., 
T.K., S.Z., and the red plaids who 
gave me more laughs than anyone. 


RICHARD McGLASHING 
58 Nashua Street 

I will never forget my C.P., Annie B. 
and all the times we've had and hope 
they go on. 


LYNNE A. McGONIAGLE 
25 Arlington Street 
ACTIVITIES: Choraleers 3, 2, 1; 
Madrigal Singers 1; Black and 
Orange Review 3, 2, 1; C.C. Club 1. I 
am on a lonely road and I am travel¬ 
ing looking for something. What can 
it be . . . Joni Mitchell. I will never 
forget S.B., M.O., R.M., D.F., J.B., 
M.P., D.L., R.T., S.M., Uncle Bob, Jim 
Dandy, Shelyne, the Lake, Blossom, 
Kittys, Boston, the traitor, the orange 
VW., “More than you know” Numero 
Uno, the daisy, the B&O’s the parties, 
dances, concerts, tours, and all the 
fantastic times with beautiful friends 
I have met. 



kevin r. McDonough -rips” 

10 Houghton St. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 3, 2, 1; Stu¬ 
dent Council 3, 2, 1; Leo Club 1; 
National Junior Honor Society 3, 
2, 1; I will always remember and 
cherish the fond memories car¬ 
ried with me from WHS. Espe¬ 
cially: weekends in Sandwich, the 
Kangamangus, Laborday in 
Hampton, all nighters at Sween’s, 
Pickles Woopdy-Doo’s, Japper’s, a 
brew and a stogie, Sween’s clas¬ 
sic, I rule my Mai, all the good 
times at the Log, Joyce and High 
School. 


JUNE MARIE McGILLVRAY 
2 Ellen Road 

ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track 3; 
Gymnastics 3; Tumblers 2, 1, co¬ 
captain. Promise yourself to be so 
strong that nothing can disturb 
your peace of mind. Talk health, 
happiness and prosperity 
throughout the day for the rest of 
your life. CD Larson. Never forget 
tumbling, base, Hampton “77,” 
M. Crew S.C., people, especially 
R.F. Memories of WHS years. 


JEAN MARIE McGINN 
42 Richard Circle 
ACTIVITIES: Distributive Ed Club 
1. Look around and choose your 
own ground 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 . . . Pink Floyd. 


KATHLEEN MARIE McGONDEL 
9 Maywood Terrace 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2. If I 
had the past 3 years to do all over 
again I would change very little, 
except for studying a little harder. 
I will never forget WHS, all the 
people I met, my friends, all the 
parties, H.H., Canobie Lake, 
Hampton, Maine, Little “green” 
mustang, Friday and all the other 
great times and Okies flat. 


MICHAEL McGONIGLE 
22 Fletcher St. 


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GREGG M. McGRATH 
90 Harrison Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 3, 2, 1; 
Math Team 2; Y.A.A. 2; Y.A.H. 3, 
2, 1; National Honor Society 2, 1; 
Science Club 3, 2, 1. May life’s 
continuity let the minds of those 
with idle thoughts rot from 
beneath their hair. 


BRIAN H. McGUERTY 
11 Fisher Terrace 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 3; Ice 
Hockey 3, 2, 1; Student Council 3, 
2, 1. I will never forget all my 
friends and enemies at WHS, my 3 
years of hockey, the cosmic. Hank 
N. and his typical Woburn, or 
Janet and the Brother Good Luck 
Class of "78.” 


john e. mckinnon 

19 Kendall Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 3, 2, 1 
co-captain. Junior Prom 2; Art 
Guild 3, 2, 1; Drama Guild 3, 2; 
French Club 3, 2; I will never for¬ 
get the swim team, biking on the 
Cape, Art 4, the Prom and all the 
friends I met and all the good 
times I’ve had. 


THOMAS M. McGRATH 
21 Cleveland Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3; Senior Play 
1; Band 2, 1; Black and Orange 
Review 2. I will always remember 
my good friends and the good 
times I’ve had with them, F.S., 
M.M., Excursions, my office in 
4215, and all the great times in 
the band. I will never forget a few 
special people. 


JANE McKILLOP 
89 Salem Street 

Let the disappointments pass, let 
the laughter fill your glass, let 
your illusions last, until they shat¬ 
ter. J.B. I will always remember all 
the good times down the South 
End, Marshfield, Bristol and espe¬ 
cially all the great people I’ve met 
over the years and through 
school. 


gael McLaughlin 
38 B Webster Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Business Ed Club; 
Drama Guild. I will never forget 
Miss Palumbo’s first period. 
Always remember all the good 
times I had in school with every¬ 
one. 


GARY McLAUGHLIN MARGARET A. McLAUGHLIN 

8 Frances Road 50 Richardson Street 

Before my first grade teacher 
taught me how to write my name, 
I learned to read love in the eyes 
of friendly faces. And so, without 
the aid of Jack and Janet, by 
myself I’ve come unadorned and 
plain to offer the world, without 
condition, a life just past and just 
beginning. 


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MAUREEN McLAUGHLIN 
19 Grape Street 

ACTIVITIES: Distributive Ed Club 
1. I understand about indecision 
and I don’t care if I get behind, 
people living in competition, all I 
want is to have my peace of mind. 
— Boston. 


WILLIAM JAMES McMANUS 
103 Pearl Street 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; Sky 
Diving 3, 2, 1. I will never forget 
all the friends at WHS, A.K., P.C., 
M.G. Etc. and the "77" Baseball 
Team. 






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JAMES McPHEE 
4 Albert Drive 


THOMAS J. McPHEE DANIEL McSHEFFREY 

57 Sturgis Street 1 Red Leaf Lane 

I will never forget all the good times at 
W.H.S., Parties, Green St. Pool with KD, 

“Luke” Beamer, T&J McC, KS, Lisa G. 

Deb S., “RED” Zamp and Trix, Mellar, 

Big L, Jethro Tull, The Who, Bad Com¬ 
pany, Lynard Skynard and E.L.P. 

ACTIVITIES: Work Study. 


DEBORAH A. MEDEIROS 
268 Cambridge Road 
ACTIVITIES: Sentorian 2, 1; Bone Club 
3, 2, 1, (vice-president); Business Ed. 
1, Treasurer. I will never forget: Sum¬ 
mer of “76,” winter ski trips, the hill¬ 
side, A.M., L.S., M.C., J.S. — B.S., 
R.W., J.D., the concerts, Craz, spock. 
Stick, ticker, Ellie may, kiz, ma-Belle, 
Astro, Curly Herman, Proms, N.H., Mt. 
Washington, Zenophon, Terri, 10-31- 
77, June 12 Plumb Island, H.P., Spot 
Pond, and STEVE. 





DAVID MELANSON 
5 Jan Street 

I will always remember the trips to Col- 
brook, the summer of 76; the beach 
parties, and the S.E.! 


LORETTA MEEHAN 
23 Munroe Street 


JANET MELARAGNI 
2 Harvard Street 

I will never forget me and Jay Jay. The 
Summer of “77” Starring MF’s parties, 
the Scenic Route in the showboat, the 
gang, the wall, smort people, nut nut 
nut nnnyow! the phone calls, and all the 
good kids I’ve met while at W.H.S. 
Pierre. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 2, 
1 . 


MAUREEN MELARAGNI 
12 Mt. Pleasant St. 

I will never forget W.H.S. or all the peo¬ 
ple I met while I was here. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 1; Innitou 1; 
Future Nurses 1. 



KAREN JEAN MICALIZZI 
38 Marlboro Rd. 

Look around choose your own 
ground for you live the high you 
fly and smiles you give the tears 
you’ll cry all you touch and all you 
see is all you will ever be. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: ED Club Vice Pres. 



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LINDA MIGUEL 
9 Grace Rd. 

I will never forget the summer of 76, the time in 
sailsbury, 5/30 Turf and Surf, the Embassy, 
The Summer of 77, the weekend in ME., the 
tower, 8-3, Throwing Down Flowers, The party 
on New year's Eve, Open cmpaus, the parties at 
the Drive-in, and the cold winter. 


PAULE. MILLER 
37 Richard Circle 

I will never forget nick 4, 5. 


MARK MINGHELLA 
17 Fieldstone Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Orchestra 1; Marching Band 3, 2, 
1; Ski Club 2, 1. I will never forget 77 football 
band, Mr. Collins the school ski trips I have 
learned to take things for what they are. To me 
school was a background for the future. Now I 
feel I could do it all over again. 


MICHAEL P. MONKS 
2 Erie St. 

I will never forget all my friends an good times 
at Woburn High. ACTIVITIES: National Honor 
Society. 


SUSAN MOORHOUSE 
17 Seneca Rd. 

I will never forget 11/12/77, all the laughs in 
3rd period cafe, and most of all the friends and 
the good times I’ve had. ACTIVITIES: National 
Honor Society; Cooperative Office Experience. 












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SUSAN MIKOLUK 
9 Mishawum Rd. 

I will never forget . . . Robyn, Rich¬ 
ard Brenda, Julie, Patty, Stacey, Con- 
card Bridge, What’s the matter with 
the last drop? “I can dance?” I'll 
never Drink, Smoke or for that matter 
Swear again in my life! Remind me 
never to celebrate my 17th Birthday 
again! 11-6-76, Kevin. 


STEPHEN B. MILLS 
4 Hart St. 

ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track 3, 2; 
Indoor Track 3, 2. 


DOMINIC STEPHEN MONDI 
80 N. Warren St. 

I have learned Silence from the talka¬ 
tive, toleration from the intolerant, 
and kindness from the unkind; yet 
strange I am ungrateful to those 
teachers. 


KEVIN P. MOONEY 
#3 Oakwood Lane 

I will never forget all the good times 
I’ve had at W.H.S. and the great peo¬ 
ple I've met here. ACTIVITIES: Bank 
3, 2, 1; Treasurer Orchestra 3, 2, 1; 
Treasurer Jazz Rock Ensemble 3, 2, 
1. 


JONI MORANDI 
2 Garfield Ave. 

I will never forget: July 4, 76, Florida, 
proms, New Year’s Eve 76, ski trips, 
P.F. concert, sunrises, getting lost. 
The party, J.T., Labor Day Weekend 
77, W.H.S. the rained out football 
games, all the laughs with my “Wittle 
Fwiend,” Slow dancin’’ and — 9/16/ 
77. 


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DEBRA ANN MORIN 
34 Robinson Rd. 

How I feel, God grant me 
the SERENITY to accept 
the things I cannot change 
. . . COURAGE to change 
the things I can . . . and 
Wisdom to know the differ¬ 
ence. ACTIVITIES: Pre-Med 
Club 2, 1. 


LYNNE C. MOULAISON 
181 Salem St. 

I will never forget Summers 
of 76, 77, Joey D. 27th 
Lancers, Cathy L., Karen 
B., Andy’s jokes about G.M 
7/4/76 and all the great 
kids I have met in a year 
and a half. ACTIVITIES: 
Business Ed Club 1. 


JOHN JOSEPH MULKERIN 
25 Indian Hill Rd. 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 
3, 1; Golf 3, 2, 1; Ice 
Hockey 3. 


WILLIAM G. MULLEN III 
5 Grant St. 

Today is the end of a begin¬ 
ning, a beginning that will 
last a lifetime. I have 
learned that helping a 
friend is the most impor¬ 
tant human quality one can 
possess. And being crazy 
the next. I’ll never forget 
the 3 weeks of rain, day I 
met Henchi, Marie, the kid, 
the Forest, Ice Capades, 
Cooz. ACTIVITIES: INNI- 
TOU, Senior Play. 


AMYE. MULRENAN 
4 Field Terr. 

I will never forget all the 
people I’ve met, the places 
I’ve been, Bruce Springs¬ 
teen, Bob Seger, June 17. 
Yes we all know it’s better, 
yesterday has past, now 
let’s all start the living for 
the one that’s going to last 
. . . Cat Stevens. 


LEE MORRISON 
23 Fortune Rd. 


KEVIN F. MOYNIGAN 
12 Gregg St. 

Now I feel that although school has 
been a hassle, I have gotten more out 
of it than I can write. School may not 
be perfect but. It’s brought us all 
together, which isn't all that bad. I 
just hope that my next school will be 
as great as this school and all the 
people in it have been. 


MARYT. MULLEN 
49 Prospect St. 

I will never forget Kyle’s party, Mac- 
Beth, the long talks with Judy about 
the nice B.B. and His pal. And all the 
different kids I met here at Woburn. 


SUSAN JEANNE MULLER 
3 Oxford PI. 

That wonderful world of high moun¬ 
tains, dazzling in their rock and ice, 
acts as a catalyst. It suggests the infi¬ 
nite but it is not the infinite. The 
heights only give us what we our¬ 
selves bring to them. Climbing is a 
means of self-expression. 


COLLEEN MULRENAN 
10 Scott St. 

Now you know that you are real. Show 
your friends that you and me belong 
to the same world. Turned on to the 
save word. Now you know that you 
are free . . . Moody Blues. 



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DIANE MULRENAN 
101 Washington St. 

"Turn off your mind, relax, and float 
downstream.’’ 


WILLIAM E. MULRENAN 
101 Washington St. 

I will never forget all the good times, all 
the people Hey Deb, Which way to the 
Beach, Ralph Bill that you, Elmo, Mar¬ 
yann, Cindy, Sand, Laura, Michele, and 
all the talks Switch and parties and 
especially Robin. 


RANDAL A. MURDZA 
10 Pheasant Lane 

I will never forget Duluc, no time tou- 
lousel, Semaphore Version of Julirs 
Caesar, ETTU BRUTE! 


DENNIS MURPHY 
5 Alice Rd. 



DOUGLAS RUSSELL MURPHY ELLEN MURPHY 

3 Montvale Ave. 19 Eastern Ave. 


JANET A. MURPHY 
81 Bedford Rd. 


STEPHEN MURRAY 
76 Kilby St. 


I will never forget the people I’ve met at 
Woburn High and the good times I’ve 
had. Swim Team, Lacrosse team, hang 
glider practice, the lumberjacks, the 
tree hunt, the C-days, the fake pit Crew, 
the twins, the halls, the W-days, The 
Beach Day, the 19th, the 30th, the N.Y. 
weekend, the B.S., the pone bills, 
A.F.J.O., F.P., M.S., and that special 
one T.A.F. ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 3, 
2, 1; Lacrosse 2, 1; Wrestling 1; Jr. 
Prom Committee 2; Rotary C. Rep. 1; 
Stu. Coun. 3, 2, 1; Leo Cl. 3, 2, 1. 


"Having come to this place, I set out 
once again on the dark and marvelous 
way from where I began.” M.R. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: French Club, Bus. Ed. Club. 


“I’ll never forget W.H.S. and all the 
good friends I’ve made, the summer of 
'll, Barney, concerts, Smelly, the cafe, 
the truck, beep-beep, a dream, B2, and 
my friends. 


I will never forget the great friends and 
the great times I have had. I wish I 
could go back and fix the mistakes I've 
made over the years. 



TERESA H. MUSTO 
10 William Ave. 

I will never forget the good times 
at the Jr. and Sr. Proms, Mt. 
Washington, and Zenophon, 
Locke Lake, Jimmy, Country 
Bumpkin, Kizzy, Ma Belle, Planet 
Astro, Blue Saab, 7/6/76, 9/4/ 
77, and all the kids. 


JUDITH NAGLE 
16 Gardner Ave. 

I will never forget the good times 
at W.H.S. and the friends I’ve 
made, Accounting I with Spa¬ 
ghetti, Suey, and Frutti, History 
and pestering fly, 3rd period, the 
Freak Show, driving Leslie’s car, 
the hubcap, Olive oyle and the 
prune, eyes, baldie, and Mert. 



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LUCILLE NAGLE 
62 Eastern Ave. 

I will never forget the people I have 
met. The parties with Debby and 
Julie. I will never forget Steven. I 
always remember 5th period in 
Parz’s room and J. N., C. C., J. M. 


VANESSA NARDONE 
29 Van Norden Road 
I will nver forget all the special times 
with D. M., May 26, 1977, the chauf¬ 
feur, Nov. 26, going to Italy with my 
friends, Patty, 1-2-3-4-5, And all the 
friends I made at Woburn High. 


DAVID L. NELSON 
9 Richard Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; Soccer 
3. 


MARTIN R. NELSON 
40 Richard Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3, 2; National 
Honor Soc. 1. I have learned to walk 
my own path, and not to walk that 
path in my own shoes. 


PATRICIA ANN NICHOLS 
77 Willow St. 

ACTIVITIES: Nomad 1, (Editor in 
Chief); Concert Choir 3, 2; Sentorian 
1; French Club 3, 2. I will never forget 
the friends I've made in high school, 
their friendship and the fun we had, 
especially during the summer of '77. 
I will remember forever. 



PATRICIAS. NARANJO 
3 George Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Spanish Honor Soc. 
(Sec.-Treas.); Junior Prom Commit¬ 
tee, Innitou. I will always remember, 
5 period lunch, room 2307 and the 
exchange trip to Chile in Malden (Ste¬ 
ve’s Corner) Revere (the marsh), 
Stinson Lake with the full moons. 77 
and the dinner at Victoria Station. I 
would like to thank a special person, 
C. C. and the friends that I shared 
these times with. 


CHERYL M. NASH 
23 Hart Street 

I will always remember the Lane, 
S.C., Thanksgiving 'll , New Years 
Eve '76, Beef, the "99”, Columbo, 
the Strike, and most of all B. L. 


GLENN A. NELSON 
12 Belmont Street 


DONALD H. NEWELL 
17 Marlboro Road 


JEANNIEL. NIX 
9 Fairview Terrace 

I will never forget the class of "78,” 
the strike, 3rd period cafe, 1 building 
girls room, the pond, the parties, our 
wall, showboat, Tull of “16," Indus¬ 
trial park. Green St. pool with JZ, KG, 
and Sis, Mystic Lakes . . . KG, DP, 
SA, trip with WM Winnign Farm and 
that very special person Wayne. 


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KEVIN NOLAN 
4 Mount Pleasant Ct 

I will nver forget the Friday night over 
T. and J. McC’s when D. S. said “Hey 
Trix. . All the kids from Class “78," 
partying with the kids down the green 
pool especially the night with K. G., J. 

N., and J. Z., and the rest of them. 

Summer nights down the H. S. wall, 8/ 

30/77, opening night of fishing sea¬ 
son, and most of all the trip to Calif, 
with a very special person — Mike. “So 
on and on go. Seconds tick time out, 
there’s so much left to know. And I’m 
on the road to find out.” Cat Stevens 


JULIE LEIGH NIX 
9 Fairview Terr. 


RICHARD NORING 
258 Lexington St. 

I will never forget . . . C. D.'s, Profes¬ 
sor McDuck, Micheal Angelo’s and the 
Georgetown Movie, Enthusiasts club. 
ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 1. 


ELIZEBETH A. NOWELL 
50 Arlington Rd. 

I will never forget all the good times I 
have had and all the friends that I have 
made at WHS, and I will especially 
never forget a special friend who was 
always there when I needed someone 
to talk to. T. L.ACTIVITIES: Xmas 
Dance Committee 1; Leo Club 3, 2; Key 
Club 1; Pep Club 3, 2, 1. 



FREDERICK P. O’CONNOR KATHLEEN MARY O’CONNOR KAREN M. O’DOHERTY MAUREEN O’LEARY 

30 Mayflower Rd. 4 Mayflower Rd. 12 Lexington St. 1080 Main St. 

I will nver forget Martignett’s on 6/24/ ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3, 2, 1 (Co- I will never forget Halloween'75, 8/23, ACTIVITIES: S.C. 3; Distrib. Ed. (Pres.); 
77, “Surfin," Chuck’s 4th period, Capt.); Student Council 2, 1; National the Cape, Maine, Laconia, W. C. and Sentimental Photographs, a million lit- 

weekend in Maine, Sleeping on the Pot, Honor Society 2, 1; Women’s Club Rep. the Hand, B.S. Concert, the stairs, the tie memories, a million little laughs. 


Mr. G’s 6th period, and kinship. 1; Activities Committee 2, 1; Math rock. 

Team 3, 2. “Happy are those who and 
dream dreams and are ready to pay the ard. 
price to make them come true.” C.S. 
Unfortunately, some of my dreams will 
nver be reality, but it’s always nice to 
have them there. I will always remem¬ 
ber my friends and the good times at 
WHS, especially cheering, “You’re Still 
the One,” S.I.L.Y., the voice, R.D.P.B., 

13 on 7-4, telephones, the 4Ms the 
smiles, our tears, s.p., and certain spe¬ 
cial dreams. 


all the special friends I’ve met, Now I’ve found the way to go, moving 
ie memories of my brother, Ger- on, leaving the past. I will never forget 

the people I have met here, and all the 
good times, and most of all, Rob. 



ALLEN F. OSGOOD 
4 Canterbury Rd. 

I will never forget S. S., summer 
“77,” outstanding parties, my 
bomber, hockey, exchange trips, 
wasted Midyears, and friends. 
ACTIVITIES: Open Campus, 
National Honor Soc., Vars. 
Hockey 1; Band 3, 2, 1, Y.A.A., 
Orchestra 3, 2, 1. 


KENNETH D. OSTLUND 
33 Vernon Street 



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BARBARA ANN OUELLETTE 
213 Main Street 

Give me a challenge, let me strive to 
achieve it. If I fail, at least I can say I 
tried. I will always remember cheer¬ 
ing, kitty’s, Godspell, The Company, 
Salisbury, High and Dry, Junior, Ma 
Beth, my witch City Twirlers and most 
of all Charlie, who has made my life 
perfect. ACTIVITIES: Committee 3, 2, 
1 . . . Junior Prom Committee, Sen¬ 
ior Play, Christmas Dance Commit¬ 
tee, Student Council 3, 2, NOMAD 1, 
(Associate Editor), Cheerleader 3, 2, 
1 (co-captain). Drama Guild 2, 1; 
Scribes Spanish Club 3. 


MARC PAGLIUCA 
236 Winn Street 

I will never forget the soccer and 
wrestling locker rooms, the friends I 
have made and the friends I will keep. 
I will always remember, “what’s 
new,” "Whout,” and the High School 
parking lot. 


NANCY EVELYN PAIS 
6 Quimby Ave. 

I wish for my fellow classmates hope, 
love, understanding, and the ability to 
go through life with all its obstacles, 
and each time look toward the future 
with happy expectations. ACTIVITIES: 
Concert Choir. 


JOHN PALMER 
38 Revere Rd. 


JOANNE E. PARKIN 
27 Webster Ave. 

There are places I’ll remember All my 
life though some have changed Some 
for ever not for better Some are gone, 
some remain All these places had 
their moments With lovers and 
friends still recall Some are dead and 
some are living In my life I'll love 
them all. John Lennon, Paul 
McCartney. 



BERNICE ANN OWEN 
137 Mishawum Road 
I have learned to appreciate the 
many differences in people, and 
that is one of the most educational 
aspects of life. These past few 
years can be relived in our 
thoughts and dreams and may 
they be the guides in our future. 
“A Dios os entregeo, amigos, nos 
hemos de separar, y solo Dios 
sabe cuando nos volvanos a jun- 
tar” Good luck “Class of ‘78’ ” 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3; Cho- 
raleers 2, 1; Student Activities 3, 
2, 1. 


CHARLES PAICOPOLOS 
59 Kilby Street 

And miles to go before I sleep. 
And miles to go before I sleep. 
Robert Frost. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 2, 1, (Vice 
President); Class Officer 1 (Vice 
President); SENTORIAN 3, 2 

(Assistant Editor), 1 (Editor); 
Spanish National Honor Society 2, 
1 (President); Debating Club 3, 2, 
1 (Treasurer). 


JIMF. PALAZZO 
8 Marlboro Road 

I will never forget my experiences 
in High School, my New Year’s 
Party, B.P. and N.F., and all my 
friends, never forget all the things 
I wanted to remember: “Pullover 
Humel,” P.H., K.C. ACTIVITIES: 
Basketball 3; Tennis 3, 2, 1; Hang 
Gliding Club 3, 2, 1; V.P. of Land¬ 
ing Gear Ping Pong 3, 2, 1; Y.A.A. 
1 (Treasurer). 


WILLIAM J. PAPPALARDO 
10 Fryburg Road 

I’ll never forget the people I’ve 
met, the friends I’ve made, the 
days at the track, the weekends in 
Maine, the kinship, Sing-a-long 
with Pappy, and My Way. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; Basketball 
3,2. 


DIANE PARZIALE 
4 Fieldstone Dr. 

I will always remember the strike 
of “77,” and J.N., E.A., S.A., J.M., 
K.G., D.S. Most of all some one 
who is very close to me, Kurt. If I 
leave tomorrow, will you still 
remember me? for I must be trav¬ 
eling on. There’s so many places 
to see, than the ones I had left 
behind. 


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DIANA M. PASQUARELLO 
5 Silvermine Rd. 

I will never forget the best friends anyone could 
have, (my twin). Summer of '76, “Your Song,” 
New Year’s Eve '76, smooches, Florida ’77, 
“the party," singing sands, always getting lost 
and being late! Laughing, long talks, monkey. 
Trumpet, and Doctor Hoorstages, skiing, 
bananas are wild, baloney, Ding and all the Gug- 
o-e-bub-e-rur-sus at W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Nomad 
1; Junior Prom Committee 2; Christmas Dance 
Committee 1; Class Officer (Treas.). 


ROBERT PATTERSON 
11 Lakeview Terr. 


MICHELE ANN PELLETIER 
133 Bedford Rd. 

I will never forget Watermelon ’76, Googly Eyes 
Carew Parties, theory woo, carrying ice with 
R.T., Uncle Bob, L.C., Australia, James Dandy, 
B&O’s, Godspell, Richies rainstorm, Shelyne, 
50’s champs, and those fantastic exchanges. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; Drama Guild 1; Con¬ 
cert Choir 3, 2 (Sec.), 1 (Sec.); Choraleers 3, 2, 
1; Black and Orange 3, 2, 1; Madrigals 1; C. 
Club 1. 


DONNA MICHELE PERRY 
2 Glenwood St. 


CATHY A. PETELLE 
13 Blueberry Hill Rd. 

Life is not a problem to be solved but a mystery 
to be lived. 



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CHRISTOPHER PATTERSON 
11 Lakeview Terr. 


KATHLEEN M. PEDI 
6 Adams Circle 

Having come to this place I set out 
once again on the dark and marvel¬ 
ous way from where I began: belief in 
the love of the world, woman spirit 
and man. — Muriel Rukeyser. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Innitou 1; School and Society 
1; French Club 3; Spanish Club 2. 


PAULA JEAN PEPE 
10 Chester Ave. 

The Older you become Living your life 
day after day Soon all your plans and 
changes, Either fail, or fade away 
Leaving so much still left to say. — J. 
Browne. ACTIVITIES: Innitou 1. 


FREDERICK J. PERRY III 
4 Gregg St. 

I will never forget all the great times 
at W.H.S., X MASTreeron, My way, 
M3, Canada ’76, Woody Allen, res¬ 
cue, Bo Sox 75, April foole. Get that 
cup, being late for hangliding prac¬ 
tice, Celts OT, Fake people, Fake pit 
crew, Petey, 4 teams, being gun at 
crashes. Lumberjack, Coach, All the 
friends I’ve made, especially Sav, 
Murph, and Bum. ACTIVITIES: Ice 
Hockey 2; Basketball 3; Football 3; 
Leo Club 2, 1; Hang Gliding (Tri- 
capt.) 3, 2, 1. 


GEORGE R. PHILLIPS 
11 Surrey Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Key Club (Pres.); 4, 3, 2, 
1 . 


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RICHARD J. PHILLIPS 
11 Surrey Rd. 

I will never forget Ryans 
Park, that 20 20 MD, Bad 
Co 77, “your searching for 
your mind don’t know 
where to start’’ — Black 
Sabbath. 



ANDREA (PINEAU) 
McMAHON 
29 Mountain St. 

I’ll look back on the good 
times I've had up here, the 
strike, partying at the Pond 
and down Central, all the 
girl’s rooms, “FREEBIRD” 
and especially Danny. 
ACTIVITIES: Distributive 
Ed. Club 1 (Sec.). 


EILEEN F. POLLINO 
41 Samoset Road 
I believe an individual’s 
highest fulfillment is to be 
found in living harmony 
with love. ACTIVITIES: Bus¬ 
iness Assistance Club. 



MICHELE M. PORTER 
203 Montvale Avenue 
I'll always remember WHS. 
Hawaii and Florida with 
M.D., Hampton Beach 
Summers, Woburn’s Win¬ 
ters, Kitty Cats, Nora’s, Lol¬ 
lipops, working on cars, 
midnight and especially 
Basil 4/13/75. MEOW!!! 
ACTIVITIES: Debating Club 
2 . 


DANIEL E. POWER 
20 Asbury Ave. 


PAULINE MARY PIKE 
8 True Place 

“When a person has a real friend, he 
learns not only to appreciate another 
human being but he also learns to 
understand himself better.” (S.P.S.) 


PETER J. POLI 
16 Mayflower Rd. 

I will never forget all of the friends I 
have made here. I will never forget 
Chuck Boyer's Physics Class 7 
period, and one Thursday night with 
Joe, Steve, and Dona at the Golden 
Banana. ACTIVITIES: Golf 3, 2, 1. 


HOWARD DAVID POMERANZ 
26 Mayflower Road 
I will never forget the band, social 
class, math team sheets, France, and 
all the great times I've had at WHS. 
ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 3, 2, 1; 
National Honor Society 2, 1; Concert 
Band 3, 2, 1; Biology Pre Med Club 2, 
1; Math Team 3, 2, 1; Jazz-Rock 
Ensemble 3, 2. 


DEBRA JEANNE POST 
5 Roman Road 

"Grow from what you are into what 
you desire to be. Live to learn and 
learn to live.” W. Peterson. I will 
never forget all the great friends I met 
at W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3, 
2, 1, (Tri-Capt.); Tennis 3, 2, 1, 
(Capt.); Innitou 1; W-Club 2, 1; Clas¬ 
sics Club 2, 1; (Sec.) Pre-Med Club 3, 
2, 1; (V.P) Leo Club 1. 


MARK PREKOP 
10 Boyd Road 

I will never forget the summer of 77. 
ACTIVITIES: Distributive Ed. Club 1. 




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JAY PROCOPIO 
2 Lamoile 


RONALD PRUWNEY PRUYNE 
16 Felton Street 

I will never forget all the good times with my 
friends during the years. And never forget the 
Arabs. ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3; Cross Country 
3; Ice Hockey 3, 2, 1; Other 3, 2, 1; Innitou 2, 1; 
Folk Singing Club 2, 1; Ski Club 2, 1. 


MICHELLE ANN PUOPOLO 
30 Ellis Street 

I will always remember this place, and all the 
people here. But especially Wright St., the cape. 
Bob Seger, Bad Co., the steakouts up in 83 and 
one building, June 17. Sunday morning's 
George, the Goldmind, and Mr. G. You who are 
on the road must have a code that you can live 
by and so become yourself because the past is 
just a good bye. Neil Young 


MAUREEN A. QUIGLEY 
24 Hart Street 

Take your time, think a lot, think of everything 
you’ve got, for you will still be here tomorrow 
but your dreams may not. 


WILLIAM RAE 
8 Webster Ave. 



GLEN CARL PROCTOR 
41 Fletcher Road 

I hope you will remember me and that 
our friendship shall never die 
because I will never forget all my 
great friends at Woburn High. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: National Honor Society 1,2. 


ROYG. PRUYNE 
16 Felton Street 

I will never forget the hockey team of 
“77” and the class of “78” and all 
the good times in the Woburn High 
School and all the people I met. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 1; Cross 
Country 3, 2; Ice Hockey 3, 2; Nomad 
3, 2, 1; Folk Singing Club 3, 2, 1. 


ALLISON QUEENAN 
34 Mt. Pleasant Street 
Thank you to R.R. and Family, The 
Goldmans and K.G. for all their con¬ 
cern and help. Good Luck to the class 
of '78. ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 3; Art 
Guild 3, 2, 1; Hockey Boosters 3, 2, 
1; Senior Play 1; Drama Guild 1. 


MICHAEL J. QUIGLEY 
18 Dix Road 

I will never forget . . . period 3, the 
bomb, the great parties, the pen 
stealer, E.C., M.P., F.J. (Tail), S.L., 
C.R., and Hampton Beach "77.” 


CYNTHIA J. RAFTERY 
27 Liberty Avenue 

I will never forget the prune, the 
shock and the dog. Being kidnapped 
to New Hampshire the good times 
down the cafe the freak show Baldie, 
stretch and Mort. 


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ROSEMARY RAISTRICK 
34 Mt. Pleasant Street 
And even tho it is all over 
where have I been — was it 
just a dream? Where do I begin 
May I please come in? ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Senior Play 1; National 
Honor Society 1; Innitou 1; 
Sentorian 1; Art Guild 3, 2, 1. 



EDWARD RAPASO 
26 Cranston Cir. 



JOHN M. REDDY 
32 Wright Street 
I will never forget GMC, AMC, 
the L.B., Mel R., Football 
games in cafe, ‘My son,’ PMP, 
the BB, the green ghost my 
$20 and $25 bets with J.S., 
fake pats, Z.K, 8-16, the stiff 
$5 on Ham P, 10 from Fred 
and Nel, Can. 78. 


HILDEGARDE REGAN 
6 Manomek Rd. 

I hope the day will be a lighter 
highway, can you ever think of 
any better way for the lost and 
weary travelers to go making 
friends for the world to see let 
the people know you’ve got 
what you need with a friend at 
hand you will see the light 
Cause if your friends are there 
than everything’s alright. 
ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 2; 
Student Council 3, 2, 1; Inni¬ 
tou 1; Classics Club 3. 



DENISE M. RENNIE 
8 Jenis Terrace 

A burning love for freedom, a 
treasure hard to find, Just give 
me a breath for breathing and 
a place to go unwind. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Basketball 3, 2, 1 (Tri- 
CAptain); Softball 3, 2, 1; Key 
Club 1; W Club 3, 2, 1 Secre¬ 
tary. 


BILLY RALPHS 
61 Creston Ave. 

I will never forget Saturday Nights 
with Joyce. The fun couple. C.F. J.C. 
N.P. M.M. J.G. Butch, George, Fio, 
Snoopy, Carol, C.S. K.A. S.M. M.A. 
K.C. Aunty Pat, Mr. Mac Miss Fitz, 
Summer of 77 at Hampton Thanks 
Everybody. ACTIVITIES: Innitou 1; 
Sentorian 1,2. 


MAYA JACQUELINE RATH 
1 Highet Avenue 

I'll always remember beach parties 
and how we’ve changed since then. 
Burger King, The labor day serenade 
and the crazy times the three of us 
shared, Salisbury Beach, Godspell 
and the worst Summer that turned to 
be the best — thanks D.C., February 
Vacation, Cap’n Doe, Bahands, C.C. 
Brigham’s Mr. V's Class, pulling hair 
in French Plays 3, 2, 1. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 2, 1; Prize 
Speaking Winner 3; Woman’s Club 
Rep. Band 3, 2, 1; Orchestra 3, 2, 1; 
Drama Guild 3, 2, 1; Jazz Rock 3, 2, 
1; One Act Plays 3, 2, 1. 


MICHAEL REED 
57 Herold Ave. 


MICHAEL REILLY 
7 Williams Lane 


MICHAEL A. REPPUCCI 
I will never forget Tom getting his 
cookies stolen, 7305, all the help 
from Babe and T.W. I’ll try to remem¬ 
ber the parties with butch, Beefy, 
Bowl, Gimmy, Polard, April 77, and 
Quantico 77. ACTIVITIES: Basketball 
3; Concert Choir 3; Choraleers 2; 
Black and Orange 3; N.J.R.O.T.C. 3, 
2 , 1 . 



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DONNA RITCHIE 
12 Dewey Ave. 


KENNETH ROBERTS 
12 Rich Road 

To me school was another place to 
sleep and eat. 


KYLE D. ROBINSON 
41 Dragon Court 

I’ll never forget Dondi, Mr. Doodie 
in 5th period, over Dondi’s and 
Bruce’s house, Fawcets in your 
ears, and the two hour wait. 


PETER M. ROKETENETZ 
149 Mishawum Road 
ACTIVITIES: Christmas Dance 
Committee 1; Student Council 3; 
French Club 3, 2, 1. I will never 
forget the French exchange of 
1977. 


MARGARET M. ROLLINS 
6 George Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Indoor Track 3; Sun¬ 
day Softball; INNITOU 1; NOMAD 
1; Cheerleader 3. We may never 
pass this way again. So I wanna 
laugh while the laughin' is easy I 
wanna cry if it makes it worthwhile 
I may never pass this way again. 
Seals and Crofts. 



THOMAS ROAN 
3 Frances St. 


LAURIE A. ROBERTSON 
40 Highland Street 
I will never forget Labor Day week¬ 
end in Marshfield (1977), K.C. 
J.V. J.M. D.H. J.E. D.V. Salsbury 
Beach (1976), BAD CO., Bob 
Seger concert, parties Thursday 
at Web Brook (going in men’s 
room window), B.K.’s van, BP gas 
station. Good time at corner. 
South End. Mornings before 
school getting wasted, “Kims 
BLACK BOMBER." Laugh’s in caf, 
all the friends I made in this jail. 


MARIANNE I. ROCHE 
25-1 Arlington Road 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Play 1; Band 
1; One-Act Play Competition 3, 2, 
1; Black and Orange Review 3, 2, 
1; Drama Guild 3, 2, 1. I will never 
forget selling oranges in the rain, 
all Mrs. M’s productions, Danny’s 
parties my favorite couple S.K. 
and R.M. T.B.F. with Shelly and 
Jimmy, watching Rudolf and Mr. 
Magoo, My V.P. and the W.H.S. 
"The company” and "Godspell” 
and all the great times that went 
along with H. 


DAVID ROLLI 
33 Poole St. 


JUDITH ANN ROPPLE 
2 Ingalls Street 

ACTIVITIES: Bone Club 3, 2, 1 
(President). I will never forget the 
saxophone I have learned to work 
the saxophone To me school was 
a saxophone Now I feel like a sax¬ 
ophone I wish I was a saxophone. 




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ANTHONY J. ROSCILLO 
283A Montvale Ave. 

This is not Adieu, The people I’ve 
met, the friends I've made, and the 
good times I’ve had will always be 
with me. Thanks to J.S., C.S., C.D., 
S.D., J.M., PS., and M. ACTIVITIES: 
Student Council 2, 1. 


SUSAN A. RUSSO 
114 Bedford Road 

I will never forget B., J. Geils, B. 
Seger, the Joyce, and all the great 
kids I've met at W.H.S. 


DENISE L. RYAN 
12 Evangeling Lane 
I will never forget all the good times 
in and out of school, S.C., 5/4/75, 
the lane, “99”, the strike, beef, New 
Year’s Eve “76," Columbo, and espe¬ 
cially T.R. 


PAULG. RYAN 
59 Vernon Street 

I will always remember Long Beach, 
Doc’s Physics class. The soccer team 
and all the great kids I have met at 
W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2, 1; Leo 
Club 3, 2, 1. 


WILLIAM F. RYAN JR. 

24 Park Drive 

I will never forget all the parties and 
kids down the street, walking the 
highway in N.H. with Elroy, O.O.B., 
Pasquale and the mountains 
A.A.W.A.K., the stake outs before 
school, the record. 



MARIE THERESA ROSSIGNOL 
9 Fortune Road 

The day shall not be up so soon as 
I, To try the fair adventure of 
tomorrow. — William Shake¬ 
speare. I will never forget D. 
ACTIVITIES: Pre-med Club 1 
(Treas.); Classics Club 3, 2, 1; 
Drama Guild 3, 2, 1; Band 1; 
Prom Committee 3, 2; Orchestra 
1; Jr. Activities Club 2; One Act 
Plays 3, 2,1. 


SUSAN ELLEN RUSSO 
28 Poole Street 

I will never forget the weekend of 
Oct. 1 and 15, good times over 
Blampye’s, B.S., wetry! guilty! 
parties, riding to work with L.M., 
Bad Company, the strike, taking a 
ride to Glouster, N.W.B.S., N.H., 
and of course all the friends I’ve 
met. ACTIVITIES: Co-operative 
Work Experience, Business Ed. 
Club. 


JAMES M. RYAN 
16 Parkview Rd. 

I will never forget Tull, all the 
friends I made and the horror 
shows that were pulled during my 
three years at Woburn High. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1. 


TERESA BERNADETTE RYAN 
21 Parliament Lane 

I have learned to get along with 
people and to appreciate them. 
There is no ship that sails as 
smooth as friendship. I will always 
remember the fun I had while par¬ 
ticipating in high school sports 
and people I have met through 
travel, “oh no we’re doomed,” 
“looks like we made it,” “tree 
modest dogs” and most of all “we 
are the champions.” ACTIVITIES: 
W Club 3, 2, 1 (Pres.); Softball 3, 
2, 1; Field Hockey 3, 2, 1; Lions 
Club Rep. 3, 2, 1 (Vice Pres.); 
Basketball 3, 2, 1. 


LAURA LEE SALAMONE 
202 School Street 
I will never forget all the good kids 
I have met 8-3 Girl’s room, the 
parties and all the good times I 
have had. 








EDWARD SALERNO 
6 Sendick Rd. 


JOSEPH SALERNO 
4 Dawes Cir. 


MARK J. SALVATI 
9 Munroe Ave. 

I will never forget all the great times, 
Ames, Bosox 75, Celts ot, the rescue, 
caught in the act, J.T., Neil, Myway, Ed 
in Music, M3, Fake P.T. crew, L.L., SOI, 
Coach, Petey, Hang Gliding Practice, 
Lumberjacks, Fake people. Woody 
Allen Cheesecake, Xmas tree run and 
all the friends I’ve made, especially 
Fred, Doug, Bum, Phil. ACTIVITIES: 
Hang Gliding 3, 2, 1; Captain — Tri; 
Innitou 1; Leo Club 2, 1; Rad;o Club 1. 


KATHLEEN L. SANTO 
49 Ashburton Ave. 

I will never forget hitting the Glades 
with J.K. and B.M., B.D.'s of summer 
77, “Pewter Pot,” "I’m game if you 
are,” and all my great friends thanks 
for the good times, C.O. H.M. N.T., TK, 
and J.F. 



ELLEN SANTOS DEBORAH A. SARASIN PAMELA SARDY JEANNE SAULNIER 

5 Jones Ave. 30 Samoset Road 30 Orange Street 37 Campbell St. 

I will never forget France, York Beach, Always remember J.S. and D.S., the 
J.L., P.N., G.P., J.E., S.M., Jingles and “carnival,” C.B., P.B., N.H., Honda 90, 

Chooch “Make new friends, but keep Augustines and the years at W.H.S. 
the old; those are silver, these are ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club, 
gold,” ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 3, 2; 

French Club 2. 



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JIM J. SCARPONE 
12 Penny Road 
I will never forget Winnings 
farm, Jibba, Wed. after¬ 
noon stake outs Shafungi, 
“Serenity Hill,” 1 - bid. 
bathroom. I’m as free as a 
bird now. ACTIVITIES: 
Wrestling 2; National 
Honor Society 3; Student 
Council 2; INNITOU 1; 
French Club 2. 


JAYNE M. SCHECOWICZ 
14 Hart Street 

I will always remember WHS, Malden, 
Moons, Calif, Stinson Lake, Steves 
Corner, Reverse Beach 2/11 /77, 12/ 
31/76, P.S. all my friends I shared 
the good times with. ACTIVITIES: 
Junior Prom Committee 2; INNITOU 
1; Business Ed. Club 1; French Club 
3; Ski Club 3, 2, 1. 







MICHAEL CHARLES 
SCHOLL 

25 Highland Street 
I will never forget the good 
times at W.H.S., Mr. Skeff 
5th period class, “Where 
the bagels,’’ Vokies . . . 
Mor, WLW, Jim, Keater- 
man, Jonesy, Spam, Burn 
out Besty, and Space 
cadet, and the good time in 
Data Processing. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: INNITOU. 


THOMAS J. SCOTT 
10 Brentwood Road 


DEBORAH L. SHANNON 
305 Lexington Street 
ACTIVITIES: National 

Honor Society 2, 1; SENTO- 
RIAN 1; Spanish Club 2. 


SANDRA J. SHARKEY 
19 Woodside Terr. 


DOROTHY A. SCHULTZ 
24 E. Dexter Ave. 

“I have found my Heart of Gold, And 
my Reason to Believe. Now the Words 
have meaning.” I will never forget 
Bob Seager 12/77, partying with my 
friends, a special day at Hampton and 
most of all Ricky. ACTIVITIES: 
NOMAD 1; Work Study. 



JOHN SEWARD 
80 Creston Ave. 


SANDRA E. SHANNON 
One Kimball Court 

I will always remember . . . Stinson 
Lake, “Dubbin Around,” the store, 
moons, skiing at Tenny, Revere, Ste¬ 
ves Corner — Malden, the out-to-eat 
kids, and all my very good friends. 
ACTIVITIES: INNITOU 1; German 
Club 3; Ski Club 3, 2, 1. 



MARK W. SHAUGHNESSY 
6 James Terrace 

If you think someone’s doing you 
wrong, it’s not for you to judge. Kill 
them first and then God can do the 
judging. ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 
1; Football 3, 2, 1; Wrestling 3, 2, 1; 
Radio Club 3, 2, 1 (Vice-Pres.); Bank 
Robbing Club 3, 2, 1 (Pres.). 



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DEBORAH A. SHAW 
453 Russell Street 
I will never forget the kids up the 
pool and towers concerts, hey Bill, 
which way to the beach. Fresh you 
beast Ralph, webbrook, 8/4/77, 9 
/3/77, bus rides matchbox, fights 
with Winchester, Scootney, Rev¬ 
ere, #23-lrekind, citgo, kiby st. 
striking, the great kids at W.H.S., 
Party'n with L.G., Red, J.N., Bird, 
J.M. Scruff, Mela, Stock, Beamer, 
Drew, Dots, Wayne, Luke, Pix, J.S. 
and E.S.P. Tom. 


JULIE A. SIMONDS 
45 Eaton Ave. 

It’s been such a long time, I think I 
should be going. Time doesn't 
wait for me. It keeps on rolling, 
Sail on, on a distant highway. I got 
to keep on chasing a Dream, Long 
enough to find one . . . Boston. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3, 2, 1; 
Field Hockey 2, 1; Softball 3, 2, 1; 
Girls W-Club 2, 1. 


EDWARD A. SIEGEL 
11 Highet Avenue 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3; Football 
3, 2, 1; Outdoor Track 3, 2, 1; 
National'Honor Society 2, 1. 


JANET A. SMALL 
59 Water Street 

I will never forget my 3 years at 
W.H.S. I’d like to thank all my 
friends who made these past 
years my best years and Brian 
who made everything just that 
much better. ACTIVITIES: Student 
Council 3, 2, 1, Vice-President. 


BRIAN P. SMILLIE 
39 Robinson Road 
I will never forget all the good 
times down the Joyce the kids at 
W.H.S. down the Cape 77. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Cross Country 3, 2; Ice 
Hockey 3, 2, 1. 


KENNETH SMITH 
93 Spring Ct. Ext. 


KRISTINE E. SMITH 
5 Walnut Ct. 

I’ll never remember the times I 
forget, but good friends are not 
forgotten. 


CHRISTIE A. SOAVE 
89 R Bedford Road 
We know what we are, but know 
not what we may be. Hamlet. I will 
always remember . . . Hampton, 
going out west, climbing hilltops, 
“Zorro," “The Revolution," my 
senior year and all my friends. 
ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track 2; 
Innitou 1; Art Guild 2; German 
Club 3. 


TERRY ANN SNOW 
5 Samoset Road 

I will never forget, M.D. CPR, 
Summer of 77, #4 newts. One 
Acts, Mr. H. and Mrs. M. impo- 
rium, all “Twits.” 


CINDY M. SOUZA 
37 Locust Street 

I will never forget all the fantastic 
people C. J„ K.F., P. N., K. S., all 
the good times Emmet, S hool 
and society, cafe, all the funny 
faces in 8142, Problems in 1214, 
conuo’s in 3201 but, most of all 
Nov. 26, 1976 and J. 0. 







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STEPHEN SPAIN 
141 Main St. 


CAROLE SPENCER 
87 Winn St. 


SUSAN E. STAFF 
11 Lee Road 

I will never forget all the great friends 
I have met especially over the sum¬ 
mer of “77,” Labor Day Weekend, 
N.H., W.H.S., after dark, Chinese 
food, J.T. Tine, and always and espe¬ 
cially Allen. ACTIVITIES: INNITOU. 


MARJORIE (BETH) STEVENSON 
61 Pearl St. 

I will never forget the great times I 
have spent with all my friends, LP, 
the concerts, visiting Malden, Stinson 
Lake, Victoria Station, weekends in 
N.H., the week in Falmouth, the great 
summers and especially T. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Swim Team 3; National Honor 
Society 2, 1. 


RICHARD SUITTER 
28 Liberty Ave. 


MARYC. SULLIVAN 
122 Garfield Ave. 

“Now I’ve been happy lately thinking 
about the good things to come. And I 
believe it could be something good 
has begun. Oh, I’ve been smiling 
lately dreaming about the world as 
one, and I believe it could be some¬ 
day it’s going to come” Cat Stevens. 
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2, 3; 
Future Nurses 1, 2, 3. 



DORIS R. STANTON 
24 Main Street 

I will never forget ... the tears and 
laughter of misty yesteryears, 8/10/ 
75 and D.N. ACTIVITIES: Lions Club 
Rep. 3, 2; INNITOU 1; Business Ed. 
1; Classics Club 3, 2, 1; Hi-Teen 
Fashion Club 3; Key Club 1; Leo Club 
3, 2; Spanish Club 2, 1. 


SUSAN E. STONE 
63 Merrimac St. 

"There are places I remember all my 
life though some have changed, 
some forever and some remain.” I’ll 
always remember the friends I’ve met 
at W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: INNITOU 1; 
Sentorian 2; Business Ed. 1. 


MARK SULLIVAN 
14 Cottage St. 


JOSEPH SURIANELLO 
22 James Terrace 

I will never forget all the friends I 
made in three years at Woburn High. 

































JOSEPH A. SUTHERBY 
14 Carson Road 


JOHN SWEENEY 
9 Boyd Road 


MARK F. SWYMER 
118 Bedford Road 


I will never forget all the good 
times I had in high school, all the 
bad times, all my friends, the A.D. 
the L.B. P.M.P. Mel, L.G. Moses, 
AMC, the B.B. GMC. 3th period 
cafe, football, zapped out LN all 
the bets I won, zeak, the fake 
pats, 8-16, the stiff, Son of 
Johnny, Penquins, Canada, and 
anything else I remember. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Cross Country 1, 3; Out¬ 
door Track 1,2, 3; I ndoor Track 2, 
3; Student Council 3. 


RICHARD TARPY 
10 Sherman PI. 


JANET E. TEDESCO 
6 David Circle 

It’s been a long time coming It’s 
gonna be a long time gone. Turn, 
Turn any corner Hear, you must 
hear what the people say Speak 
out, you've got to speak out 
against. The Madness, you’ve got 
to speak your mind if you dare — 
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. 
ACTIVITIES: Leo Club 1; French 
Club 3; German Club 2, 1. 




RICHARD SVENSON 
21 Seneca Rd. 


ROBERT J. SWEENEY 
4 Princeton Road 
ACTIVITIES: Work Study. 


DENISE P. SYLVESTER 
36 Quimby Street 
I will never forget all the friends I 
met in W.H.S. and the good times 
we had when we went to Kittys, 
L.V. got sick, the times we had 
when we went to Kittys, L.V. got 
sick, the times we went to Augus- 
tines, the good times at B lunch, 
5th period, and chem class. 
ACTIVITIES: Italian Club. 


STEPHEN TARPY 
10 Sherman Place 
I will never forget Primos, Zekes, 
boarding at Z.C., the view from 
Haystack Hill, and 14th timeout. 
ACTIVITIES: A.M.C. 2, 1; National 
Honor Society 1; Debating Club 1. 


ROBERT W. TEDESCO 
90 Mishawum Road 
I will never forget parties at D.C.’s 
Godspell, the White school, 
M.I.R., cruising up on 4, no more 
Primo’s, Chorror, carrying ice 
with Shelby, no velis, M.R., takes 
me to the hospital, “do you want 
your lunch’’ with L.M., and all the 
fantastic people I’ve met at 
W.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Student 
Council 3, 2, 1; Treas. 3; Public 
Speaking 2, 1; Choraleers 1; 
Drama Guild 3, 2, 1; Pre Med 3, 2, 
1; Band 3, 2, 1; Orchestra 3, 2, 1. 






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SUSAN C. TEDESCO 
7A South Street 
I will never forget my three 
years at W.H.S. The friends I 
have met and the friend I have 
kept, Colorado "77,” Stinson 
Lake, Small People, The V.W., 
Bottle Caps, The Short Story, 
and the out to Dinner Kids. 
ACTIVITIES: Co-operative 
Work Experience Innitou 1; 
Pep Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 2, 1. 


MICHELLE JEAN TOBIN 
75 Mt. Pleasant Street 

I will never forget the great 
Summer of “77” Hyannis, 
Hampton, Maine the 3 big B’s, 
INSL, K.L.'s party, 7/20-21, 
Love it. Love it, Love it, "WHS 
after dark." SNSO, 73P, 
Elwich’s, B&B, Lake W, BS, 2 
joy rides, the HH, HB, BB, JT. 
Joni’s party, Sunday Cruises w 
/SS and all the good friends 
and times I’ve had and still 
over the years. ACTIVITIES: 
Junior Prom Committee 1; 
Senior Play 1; Student Council 
3, 2; Innitou 1. 


MILLIE TORTORELLA 
55 Winter Street 
Oh, Mirror in the sky 
what is Love 

Can the child within my heart 
rise above 

Can I sail through the 
changing ocean tides 
Can I handle the seasons of 
my life. 

Fleetwood Mac 


CHARLES J.TUMBARELLO 
92 Salem Street 
I will never forget Mr. Daley’s 
Modern Problems class. I have 
learned to respect other peo¬ 
ple. To me school was fun and 
worthwhile. Now I feel that I 
can live life fully. I wish that I 
can help other people through¬ 
out my life. ACTIVITIES: Base¬ 
ball 4. 


ROSEMARIE VALENTE 
6 Naples Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Ed. Club Trea¬ 
surer. 


PAUL TENNEY 
9 Stoneham St. 



JEANNINEA. TORRICE 
197 Salem Street 

"How could I ever forget the good 
times and great people I’ve met at 
WHS, Christmas of ‘77’, nights at JM 
and F.B. A Special thanks to my fam¬ 
ily and D.H. for all their help.” ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Junior Prom Committee 2; 
Senior Play 1. 


DENISE TROTTA 
12 Crawford DRive 

I will never forget all the great times I 
had and the people who made them 
possible; MG, BS, LR, 1C, Summer of 
"77,” MMC, CS, PC, ”B&M,” drive- 
in, "B,” all the kids down at Howdy’s, 
CAnada, Rollerskating, Silver Lake, 
NH, Waterville Valley, and all the 
close friends I have made. ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Business Education Club 1 Vice 
President; French Club 3; Jr. Asst. 
Club 1; Leo Club 1. 


SALVATORE C. TURCO 
15 Silvermine Rd. 

I will never forget the times I got 
bounced for stupid things and last 
day of school of ’77’ down the pond! 
The rowdy night at Pearl Island, the 
summer of ’77’ at the Bahamas, Bad 
Co., and trips to N.H. and the good 
times up the barn. 


LISA ANN VELARDOCCHIA 
4 Prescott Way 

I will always remember all the good 
and crazy times at W.H.S. — espe¬ 
cially the friends I’ve made, tumbling 
at games, tumbling practices, par¬ 
ties, parades. Cape Cod, Eating I.C., 
"Ring Ding”, Sha Na Ha, the Howdy 
Gang and the song "Short People.” 
ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 
3,2,1; Tumblers 2, 1 (co-captain). 




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MICHAEL A. VELAZQUEZ 
72 Wyman St. 

I’ll never forget Candy, the night with 
the stars and the good times we’ve had 
together. 


MICHAEL P. VIEZENS 
12 Cassidy Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 2; Cross Coun¬ 
try 1; Swim Team 3, 2, 1; Lacrosse 3, 
2 , 1 . 


ALICE V.VONER 
11 Brown Place 

Today well lived; makes every yester¬ 
day a dream of happiness, and every 
tomorrow a vision of hope. ACTIVITIES: 
Business Ed. 1. 


BRIAN WALKtN 
20 Arlington St. 




HUGH WALLACE 
4 Lakeview Terr. 


DANIEL J. WALSH 
6 Fairview Rd. 

Walsh, Dan will never forget. Twits, 
Zob, Primo's, Green stick Fracture, 
Mcdonald’s Peon, Theorem, Conduc¬ 
tive newts, it’s the Coast Guard, Meso¬ 
potamia, The Sousaphone Squad, cla- 
mavsolin Productions and t.o.e. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Orchestra 1; Concert Choir 3, 2, 
1; Debating Club 2, 1; Drama Guild 3, 
2 , 1 . 


LYNN MARIE WALSH 
23 West St. 

I will never forget all my great times at 
W.H.S. and all the super people I met. 
Especially softball, field hockey, “We 
are the Champions,’’ the maddest dog. 
Miss S., Middlesex League Co-Champs, 
and the impossible dream that almost 
was. ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3, 2, 1; 
Softball 3, 2, 1; Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 1; 
G.A.A. 2, 1; Sentorian 1. 


SUSAN IRENE WALSH 
4 Winter Road 

I will never forget all the good times in 
E.W. all the good friends I’ve met, 2/28 
/74, and a very special person that 
made me very happy (K.B.). ACTIVI¬ 
TIES: Business Ed. Club 1. 



MARILYN R. WEBB 
35 Hiawatha Rd. 

I will never forget the good and 
bad experiences in and out of 
school, Sully's class Miss 
Palumbo, 1st period, Europe ’74, 
laundramat, Nebraska, totaling 
the Dodge, Steve Miller, Mohawk 

Summer of “76,” America, thum- CHARLES WEBBER 

bing to Segar, getting my license, 20 Richardson St. 

Spot Pond, steakouts and cruising 

in Betty, waterskiing, running for 

Sec., the rock, snowmobiling, 79A 

Mont. Ave., Goodies Record, and 

P.G., S.C., C.M., Herbie, and 

Putty. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 

2, 1; Hi-Teen Fashion 3, 2, 1; Ski 
Club 3, 2, 1 (Pres.). 



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PERRY WEIN 
1 Whispering Hill 


CINDY J. WELCH 
18 Tremont Street 



SUSAN A. WELCH 
84 Washington Street 
To me School was: A learning 
experience in which I shall not for¬ 
get in the years to come. 


MARYL. WHITE 
50 Webster Avenue 
School is a building that has 4 
walls, with tomorrow inside. — 
Lon Watters. ACTIVITIES: 
National Honor Society 2, 1; Con¬ 
cert Choir 3, 2, 1; Classics Club 3; 
French Club 2, 1; Pre Med Club 3, 
2, 1; Innitou 1. 


DAVE M. WIERZBICKI 
5 Laurence Rd. 

To me school was Forever. ACTIV¬ 
ITIES: Basketball 3, 2. 


PEGGY M. WOJDAKOWSKI 
25 Auburn Street 
I will never forget all the good 
times and good friends I’ve made 
up W.H. Never forget L.M. and her 
Father’s car. 


JOANN M. WHITE 
16 Day Circle 

. . . if they were right, I’d agree, 
but it’s them they know, not me; 
now, there’s a way, and I know, 
that I have to go away. I know I 
have to go. — Cat Stevens. 
ACTIVITIES: German Club 3, 2, 1. 


DANAB. WHITMER 
11 W. Dexter Ave. 

I wish school was twelve years 
shorter. 


KIMBERLY WILSON 
1 5 Cleveland Ave. 





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GORDON F. WOOD 
2 Thistle Rd. 

I will never forget Largo, Christi¬ 
ana, Columbia, Godspell and the 
company — summer of 77 Blacks 
and Oranges, Mr. H. and all the 
good times at Woburn High. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3, 2, 1; Sen¬ 
ior Play 1; Band 3, 2, 1; Black and 
Orange Revue 3, 2, 1; Concert 
Choir 3, 2, 1. 


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ALEXYNIGUEZ 
9-B Totman Drive 
I will never forget the great years I 
had at Woburn High and the cook- 
out of the Tennis Team before our 
last match. ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3, 
2, 1; Chess Team 3 ( 2, 1; Chess 
Club 3, 2 . 1. 


TOM YUSKUS 
36 Hiawatha Rd. 

I will never forget getting rowdy 
down Pearl Island. Throwing the 
bread at Charlie. The Sons, Tull, 
Bad Co., Aerosmith, and the Par¬ 
ties that always get broken up. 


SUSAN ZELANDI 
39 Marlboro Rd. 

I will never forget the summer of 
’77, walks, B2, green rambler, it’s 
a dream, he outta be shot, Mario, 
swimming in the rain, playing ten¬ 
nis? Don't stop, the chase, hip-by 
jingle.) Concerts (I don’t do it), 
Rex and the Sgt.) moe, bagged, 
e.p) the antenna, Barney, YAD, 
behind the scenes. Races, ya 
know. 




KAREN YOUNG 
39 Warren Ave. 

Smiles we gave to one another 
. . . Close friends, long talks, 
Derfa, Long Beach, “You’re still 
the One,” Tears, flag corps, good 
times, SILK, Chem, Trio, the 
voice. Student Council, all the spe¬ 
cial people ... for the way we 
were. ACTIVITIES: Student Coun¬ 
cil 3, 2, 1; National Honor Society 
2 , 1 . 


MIKE ZAMPELL 
19 Liberty Ave. 



Jeffrey Bradley 
Paul Brusseau 
Paul Caggiano 
Janet Carr 
Donna Christie 


CAMERA SHY 
Linda Dauphinals 
Michael Dudley 
Florence Geary 
Matthew Glover 
David Graziano 


John Harkins 
Julie Hyde 
Karen Radcliff 
Joseph Salerno 
James VonHein 


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In Memoriam 



Warren Fitzpatrick 
Margaret Keating 
Katherine Kendall 


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Shakespeare’s MacBeth 

Senior Play 



Macduff is informed of his family's murder. 


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Macduff avenges his family. Jay speaks to the crowd. 


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We join at the altar. ‘‘The Baptism.” 



Noah’s Ark sails again! 


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Looking for forgiveness 



Robert says good bye. 


Getting ready for the show! 



Jesus in solitude. 



“The Crucifixion.” Patty entertains the audience. 


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Mayor Higgins and Chairperson Mernin congratulate Patty. A real tarantula! 




SEATED, Left to Right — Maureen Purcell, Patricia Benoit, Cynthia Jacomet, Patricia DeCourcey; 
Genad Award Winner, Ann-Marie Haggerty, Leslie Maiocco. SECOND ROW, Left to Right — Dianne 
Johnson, Charles DiCenzo, Howard Pomeranz, Timothy Halligan, Maya Rath, Maureen McHugh. BACK 
ROW, Left to Right — Dana Whitmer, Keith Gonsalves, Dud Fanjoy, Paul Barry, Guy Rotondo, David 
McCarthy. 


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Innitou 78 


Editor in Chief . . . 

Senior Editor. 

Photography Editor 
Advertising Editor . 

Treasurer . 

Photographers . . . 


.Tricia Faherty 

. . . . Michelle Tobin 
. . . Sandy Doucette 
Margarette Masotta 

.Patty Lynch 

.John Daley 

Sandy Doucette 


Staff 


Brenda Cannon 
Robin DeRosa 
Mark Ferullo 
Nancy Freeman 
Robin Hart 
Karen Lynch 
Maureen Melaragni 
Bernice Owens 


Paula Pepe 
Fred Perry 
Denise Rennie 
Mark Salvati 
Jane Schecowicz 
Sandra Shannon 
Susan Staaf 
Susan Tedesco 
Gale Barry 



Advisors: Peter Dempsey Thomas Treacy 


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Best Looking 

Karen Young 
Tory Turco 


Done Most 
for 

the School 

Ann Marie Haggerty 
Richard Clancy 




Most Likely to Succeed 

Mary Gillette 
James Glennon 



Most Athletic 

Barbara Freeman 
Gary McLaughlin 


Class Couple 

Robin Derosa 
Bill Mulrenan 




Most Shy 

Julie Simonds 
Joseph Capozzi 


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Best Dressed 

Karen Micalizzi 
Brain McGuerty 


Friendliest 

Lisa Horgan 
Michael McCarthy 




Class Flirts 

Lisa Lanzo 
Kevin McDonough 





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Most Talkative 

Gael McLaughlin 
Billy Mullen 


Most Popular 


Michelle Puopolo 
Mark Shaughnessy 




Most Talented 

Patty Donovan 
Terry Snow 
Danny Gately 


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Best Sense 
of Humor 

Nancy Freeman 
Steve Calautti 


Nancy Freeman 
Steve Calautti 












Due to the winter storms, it was impossible to meet deadlines and include 

the patron list. The list will be forthcoming in the supplement. 

Thank you, 

INNITOU 

Staff 


Compliments of 

Rush Industries, Inc. 

Best Wishes 
to the Class of 78 


Friend Building Centers 

Congratulations 
Class of 
78 










Thomas M. Higgins 
Mayor of Woburn 





















































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CALL ARMY SGT. JOHN 
FRENCH 

424 Main St., Woburn, 
MA 01801 

935-2268 

Join the people 
who’ve joined the Army. 







































































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RADIOLOGY RESOURCES INCORPORATED 


2 Draper Street 
Woburn, Mass. 01801 


Res.: (617) 245-2883 
Office: (617)935-4470 


Best Wishes From 


Charlie's Doughnut 
Shop 


Compliments 
of a 
Friend 












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Marshall Meat Co. 


Good Luck 
in the Future 


Best of Luck 
to 

THE CLASS OF 

78 









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Woburn Golf & Ski Authority 


P.O. Box 224 
Woburn, MA 01801 


Board Members 


Edward C. Shinnick / Chairman 

John O’Doherty / Vice Chairman 

William G. McLean / Sec.-Treasurer 

William Doherty 

Albert Flaherty 

Alexander Heimlich 

James Higgons 

Charles Keating 

Michael Parise 






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VARIETY 














Its time to move on 
to bigger and better things! 

You 've earned our pride and respect, Grads, for the per- 
serverance and determined efforts you ve made towards reaching 
your goal. 

Now that you 're graduating, you 'll be able to put your years of 
learning to the test. We know that you ve got the makings to go 
farther still...to accomplish many things in the years ahead. And 
we hope that you do. 

All of us in your community just want you to know that we're 
behind you 100%. Good luck Grads! 

— From your Full Service Insurance Team — 


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6 Salem Street, Woburn 
933-3100 


























TANNERS 

MorsDfmL 

BANK 


Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 Main St. and Rumford Sq. 

(617)935-7050 Woburn 


UUUUUU1U 

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WOBURN 

VENDING 


Your Full Service Company for 

Beverages, Candy, Cigarettes, Snacks, Amusements and Music 


Woburn Vending, Inc. 


247 Salem Street, Woburn, Mass. 01801 
Phone 617—933-2700 








Compliments of 

DOHERTY BROS. 
LIQUORS 


161 Main St. 
Woburn 


World Wide Liquors — 
Wines — Beers 









SUNSHINE 

SUB 



Sub Sandwiches 
Sandwiches on Egg Rolls, 
Cold Cuts 

Complete Dinner to Go, 
and Salad 

Spaghetti and Shell Macaroni 
Dinner to Go 


347 Main St. Woburn 935-2310 


Monday-Sat. 

9:00-11:00 


Sindoni & Son Inc. 


Painting — Carpentry — Paperhanging — Roofing 
General Contractors 
CHARLES SINDONI, Pres. 


31 Waverly Road 
Woburn, Mass. 


933-5236 

935-0528 
















METROPOLITAN 


Servicing Woburn with complete portfolio 
of plans for Life, Health, Annuities, 
Homeowner and Automobile. 


For Information Call 
933-8650 

Nicholas A. Catino, C.L.U. 

Manager 


DL OAUag 


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Auto Body 
Repair 


Frame 

Specialists 


25 Campbell St., Woburn 
Corner of Main St. 


935-9869 
Tom Rastellini 














MAIN OFFICE 
327 Main Street 

Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 
Tel. 933-6606 


BILLERICA OFFICE 

482 Boston Road, Billerica, Mass. 01821 


Tel. 667-4107 










Best Wishes 


D. L. MAHER CO. 


No. Reading, MA 

933-3210 


Congratulations 
Class of 78 

Wilcox & Hodges Inc. 


Main St. 
Woburn 












































James F. Lawton Jr. 


Atty. at Law 


4 Federal St. 
Woburn 


GOOD LUCK 

CLASS OF 1978 

From 


THE WOBURN JAYCEES 


We’re an organization of young men and 
women between the ages of 18 and 35. 
We’re involved with projects of value to the 
community. For example, we ran the Junior 
Olympics, organized foliage trips for the 
elderly and candidates’ nights during elec¬ 
tion times. We’re concerned with the condi¬ 
tion of Woburn’s parks and have run several 
park improvement projects. 

But more than that! We give young peo¬ 


ple a chance to do something not only for 
their community, but for themselves. You’ll 
have a chance to develop leadership skills 
and learn how to make your ideas become 
realities. 

If you’re interested in finding out more 
about us, write a short note to the Woburn 
Jaycees, P.O. Box 109, Woburn, 
Ma. 01801. We hope to see you around! 



















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BONNELLI FORD 





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Rte.3 

353 Cambridge Street, 


WINCHESTER 

729-9700 


Brodie, Inc. 


Brodie 299 Mishawum Road 

Woburn, Mass. 01801 
(617)933-6200 


1180 Gen. Edwards Hwy. 
(Route 1) 

Sharon, Mass. 02067 
(617)784-7761 


































Congratulations 
Class of 78 




BlLi Jfc 

famous 

ROAST BEEF 

- SANDWICHES 



57 Main St. 


Roast Beef 
Hot Pastrami 
Egg Rolls 


Woburn, Mass. 


Corn on the Cob 


Hamburger 
Texasburgers 
French Fries 















Congratulations and Best 
of Luck on Obtaining 
Your Future Goals 
From 



peter carbone & sons 


Citv o — Firestone 

V. 

Service Station 


505 Main St. 


933-4330 


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Compliments 

of 

Severance Trucking Co. 


7 Walnut Hill Park 
Woburn, Ma. 














Good Luck 
and 

Congratulations 
Class of 78 


BAY STATE 

FLOOR & WALL CO. INC. 


Congratulations 


VENGUARD 

DIVISION 

OFVENDO 

CO. 





Congratulations 

| ■ Class of 78 

WOBURN AUTO 

& 

TRUCK REBUILDERS 




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EAST WOBURN 
PACKAGE STORE INC. 

WHITE HEN PANTRY 


Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 
to the 

Class of "78" 








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Best Wishes 
to the 

Class of "78" 

LUKIE'S SUNOCO 



545 Main St. 


933-9707 















JOHN C. MARTINI 

INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 


544 Main Street, Woburn, MA 01801 
Tel: (617) 935-0220 


All Your Insurance Under One Roof 


General Insurance 
Car Insurance 
Mutual Funds 


Life Insurance 
Pensions 
Notary Public 








Penwalt Corporation 

JAMES LOGUE 
District Sales Manager 
Pharmacraft Consumer Products 
Pharmaceutical Division 

P.O. Box 372, North Reading, Mass. 01864 • (617) 664-5105 


Congratulations Class of '78 
From 

Thomas H. Dolan 
Insurance Agency 

325 Main St., Woburn 
Tanners Bank Building 
Call 933-0319 


Congratulations and 
Best of Luck 
Class of 1978 


Perillo Sub Shop 


Good Luck 
Class of 78 
From 


Pewter Pot 





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POILLUCCI'S 
SCHOOL / MUSIC 


One Dollar 
Gift Certificate 


Towards Any Purchase of 
"Fine Pastries * Rolls 

"Breads "Bagels 


Open 8 AM — 10 PM Tel. 272-9800 

Seven Days a Week Across From Sears 
Including Holidays Next to Burlington Mall 

EAGERMANS BAKERY 



POLKA DOT JUNCTION 


Woburn Plaza 

Where Quality and Good Taste Meet 


Compliments of 

George J. Velis DDS 


Congratulations Class of 78 























Good Luck to Class of "78" 
From 


WOBURN HOUSE 
OF PIZZA 


Congratulations 
Class of "78" 


Purity Supreme 
















Dom's Variety Store 


990 Main St., Woburn, Mass. 01801 

Open 7 Days 7 AM-9 PM 
Cold Cuts, Subs, Groceries 

Tel. 935-2681 


Best Wishes to the Class of "78" 
Domenic Geossi, Prop. 


Best Always 
and 

Congratulations 
Class of 1978 


Moore & Parker's 


Main St. 
Woburn, Ma. 








Congratulations to the 
Class of "78" 


Borselli, Inc. 


15 Sturgis St. 
Woburn, MA 


Congratulations 
to the 

Class of 1978 
From the 

PROFESSIONAL SANDWICH 

SHOP 


304 Cambridge Rd. 
Woburn, Mass. 


Prop. — Peg and Paul Francke 












f Kula Case 

Pharmacy 

158 Main St. Woburn, MA 01801 


Skillfully Fitted ky cur Stitt 
MALE & FEMALE 
Professional Filters 
Btgisttud PLirmscisls 

• SURGICAL SUPPORTS 

• BRACES 

• FUSTIC STOCKINGS 

• TRU LIFE BBEAST 
FORM 

D Cett for Appeintnent —| 

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Your Full Service Medical Pharmacy 


Hospital Equipment — Rehabilitation Aids 
Sales and Rentals 


BankAmericard — Mastercharge — Medicare 
Free Prescription Delivery 



































Best Wishes 
From 

ECONOMY FOOD OUTLET 


425 Washington Street, Woburn 


F. A. KULA CASE PHARMACY 


Best Wishes 
Class of 78 


R. B. ERIKSONCO. INC. 


Good Luck in 
the Future 

































Compliments of 

Woburn Cleaners 
Isabelle And Caesar 


Congratulations 
Class of '78 


L. J. Murphy Drug 


John J. Riley Co. 


Leather Manufacturers 

228 Salem St. 
Woburn, MA 


Anonymous 


Compliments of 

A FRIEND 
















Congratulations and 
Best Wishes Class of " 1978" 


The Hockey Shop 


341 Main St. 
Woburn, MA 


Best Wishes 
to the 

Class of "78" 


MARTIN T.V. 
AND APPLIANCES 


SHAKER GLEN 
APOTHECARY, 
INC. 


184 Cambridge Road 
933-4220 


Free Delivery 
and Pick-Up 


Jim Potamis 
R.P.H.B.S. 
John Balesteri Jr. 
R.P.H.R.P.N.B.S. 


BOND SHOES INC. 


Quality Shoes for the Entire Family 


409 Main St. Woburn 

933-0602 

Florsheim — Stride Rite — Red Cross 


209 















rush industries, inc. 

2 Lowell Ave., Winchester, Ma 01890 


DUNCAN'S RADIO —T.V. 


Repairing — T.V.’s, Auto Radios, Phonos, Tapes and AMPs. 

TV-Auto Antennas Installed and Repaired 
TVs Bought and Sold 
Special Discount to Senior Citizens 

(Bring in shop and save) 

Servicing Woburn and Surrounding Towns and Cities 
Monday Thru Saturday 9-9 


935-1523 
























































Boylston Street Citgo 


"Good Luck and Best Wishes 
to the Class of 78' " 


ROY CHUTE 


933-0066 Res. 729-3194 


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Sales — Heating Oil — Service 
31 High Street Woburn, Mass. 


Farino Photo & Jewel Mart 


Class Pictures and Rings 
Available. 


Congratulations Class of "78" 

MALVY'S FLORIST 


Main St. 

Prom Corsages and Nosegays 



















Leonard 

Furniture Co. Inc. 


933-2636 


Hillside Florist 



"Flowers for All Occasions" 


888 Main Street 
Woburn, Mass. 01801 


MR. SNACK INC. 


Congratulations 
Class of 78 












THE FAMILY 
SANDWICH SHOP 



283 Main Street Woburn, 

Massachusetts 


Best Wishes 
to the 
Class of 78 

From All of Us at 


Bradlees, Woburn 


* One of the Stop & Shop Companies 


BREAK POINT 
RESTAURANT 









To the Graduating Class 


Congratulations 

and 

Good Luck 


Compliments of 


W. M. CARPENTER INC. 

d/b/a 

Woburn Bus Lines 




Thank You Woburn 




Where the Best Always . . . COSTS LESS 

We love you Woburn. Your response to our new store has been super. We promise to 
continue to bring you better merchandise for less, day in day out — you can count on it. 

You’ll Find Us in the Heart of Woburn Square, 

403 Main Street. Thanks a lot! 


j&j 

Barber Shop 


Long or Short Hairstyles 
Also 

Custom Made Hairpieces 


9 Montvale Ave., Woburn 

John J. Morandi Sr. 


WOBURN 

SUPPLY 










RUSS' DONUTS INC. 



Colonial Beauty Salon 


Compliments to the 
Class of "1978" 






The Country Club Professional Building 
Rt. 3, 304 Cambridge Road 
Woburn, Mass. 01801 


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0mwianas. c/f-qznau Una. 


933-2200 


EDWARD R. BALL 


ANDERSON 
OIL SERVICE 


New England 
Rehabilitation 
Hospital 










Groceries 

Cigarettes 

Tobacco 


Masotta 

Variety 


307 Main Street 
Woburn, Mass. 


Best Always 
to the 
Class of 78 


Mass State Lottery 
Claim Center 092 


Cold Cuts 
Newspapers 
Pat. Medicines 

Lottery Tickets 
Numbers Game Agent 


Tel. 933-9779 Philip Masotta, Prop. 







WOBURN SQ. 
AUTO BODY 
INC. 


Auto Collision Specialists 
Frame Straightening 
Glass Installations 

TOM FUCARILE 
App. Lie. No. 007118 


935-2266 

8 Campbell St., WOBURN 








Complete Local, State and World 
News and Sports 
Delivered to your home 
for over 75 years. 


Offto-College or moving to a new job 
After Graduation 

Have the Daily Times mailed to you 

Call 933-3700 





































































WOBURN BANK AND 
TRUST COMPANY 


Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 Member F.D.I.C. 


MAIN OFFICE 
327 Main Street 
Telephone (617) 933-6606 


BILLERICA OFFICE 

482 Boston Rd., Billerica, Mass. 01821 
Telephone (617) 667-4107 












FLORIDA 


Direct Service to and From All 
East Coast States 
Our Rates Are Lower 
We Are Not Agents 
Deal Direct With One of 
the Lindstrom Brothers 



LINDSTROM BROS. VAN LINES INC. 

Office and Warehouse, 152 Tremont Street, Melrose, Mass. 

665-2210 


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RALPH AND CAROL RAGUCCI 
880 Main St., North Woburn 935-5758 


Congratulations 

From 


PROTO-PAC 



935 Golf 


WOBURN C.C. 
PRO SHOP 

Woburn, MA 01801 

PETER KEAN 
Golf Professional 


























Congratulations Class of "78" 
From 


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