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1975 Patchogue-Medford High Yearbook - Part 3 - Seniors and Ads

1975 Patchogue-Medford High Yearbook - Part 3 - Seniors and Ads

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PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD
HIGH SCHOOL •
MEDFORD, NEW YORK
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
PHOTOGRAPHY
UNDERCLASS
STAFF
ACTIVITY
BUSINESS
SALES
DAVID BAMBERGER
PHILLIP TORCHIA
DEBRA McCLARD
DONNA WEST
DANA SCOTTO
ROBERTA SADORSKY
KAREN SCHWARZSCHILD
DENNIS JOHNSON
SEAN ADAMS
RECORD '75
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PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD
HIGH SCHOOL •
MEDFORD, NEW YORK
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
PHOTOGRAPHY
UNDERCLASS
STAFF
ACTIVITY
BUSINESS
SALES
DAVID BAMBERGER
PHILLIP TORCHIA
DEBRA McCLARD
DONNA WEST
DANA SCOTTO
ROBERTA SADORSKY
KAREN SCHWARZSCHILD
DENNIS JOHNSON
SEAN ADAMS
RECORD '75
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Seniors are at the top of their high school world they have scrambled
over the boulders of their freshman years, leaped the pitfalls of their soph-
omore years, and dragged themselves over the craggy heights of their ju-
nior years. And all too often, seniors tend to stop to enjoy the view. . and
fall off.
This tendency on the part of seniors to become a little lazy —to let
things slip by —has been most recently termed senioritis, and it is easily
defined: it is the loss of the ability and desire to discover.
This loss can often have tragic results —many of a student's first real
crises occur because of this laxness. But as a result of these crises, many
students find for the first time a true sense of personal rsponsibility -
and this sense of responsibility is perhaps the most important possession
for a group of young adults who will very soon face the real world.
Discover this senior class. For if there are not among themsome future
world leaders, then there are at least among these seniors a group who will
become responsible adults in a world that is waiting to be discovered.
Seniors are at the top of their high school world they have scrambled
over the boulders of their freshman years, leaped the pitfalls of their soph-
omore years, and dragged themselves over the craggy heights of their ju-
nior years. And all too often, seniors tend to stop to enjoy the view. . and
fall off.
This tendency on the part of seniors to become a little lazy —to let
things slip by —has been most recently termed senioritis, and it is easily
defined: it is the loss of the ability and desire to discover.
This loss can often have tragic results —many of a student's first real
crises occur because of this laxness. But as a result of these crises, many
students find for the first time a true sense of personal rsponsibility -
and this sense of responsibility is perhaps the most important possession
for a group of young adults who will very soon face the real world.
Discover this senior class. For if there are not among themsome future
world leaders, then there are at least among these seniors a group who will
become responsible adults in a world that is waiting to be discovered.
Seniors are at the top of their high school world they have scrambled
over the boulders of their freshman years, leaped the pitfalls of their soph-
omore years, and dragged themselves over the craggy heights of their ju-
nior years. And all too often, seniors tend to stop to enjoy the view ... and
falloff.
This tendency on the part of seniors to become a little lazy - to let
things slip by - has been mo'st recently termed senioritis, and it is e a ~ i i y
defined: it is the loss of the ability and desire to discover.
This loss can often have tragic results - many of a student's first real
crises occur because of this laxness. But as a result of these crises, many
students find for the first time a true sense of personal rsponsibility -
and this sense of responsibility is perhaps the most important possession
for a group of young adults who will very soon face the real world.
Discover this senior class. For if there are not among them some future
world leaders, then there are at least among these seniors a group who will
become responsible adults in a world that is waiting to be discovered.
204
HELLO DOLLY
Seniors audition for 'Hello Dolly'
The senior class of Patchogue-
Medford High School is currently
holding auditions for its Senior
Show, "Hello Dolly." Over 200
eager and talented seniors are
demonstrating their skills at
dancing, singing, and acting,
with the hope of being selected
for a role.
The director, Bert Pollock, said
about the auditions, "The
number of students and the high
standard of talent involved is
overwhelming." Previous Senior
Shows directed by Mr. Pollock
have been, "Oklahoma",
"Showboat", and "Music Man",
all of which have been widely
acclaimed by the local
community.Assisting Mr.
Pollock will be Roger J.
Klinkerberg, who produced last
year's success, "Music Man."
Musical direction will be under
the baton of WilliamJ. Sullivan.
For the first time in the history
of Patchogue-Medford High
School, the choregraphy will be
directed by a student. Chris
Honey, who, among other things,
had a lead in "Finian's
Rainbow", is an experienced and
proficient dancer, and promises
to be an excellent choreographer.
The costume chairman, Mrs.
Winnie Jansson, known for her
great ability as a seamstress, will
be working in her second Senior
Show. She will be assisted by
Mrs. Elizabeth Kinkerberg.
Tom Atten, Sue Halliwell, Jon Glass, and Chris Honey strut their way through ELEGANCE.
Mark Sullivan and Winnie Dempsey shy away from Dennis Johnson's disapproving finger.
204
HELLO DOLLY
Seniors audition for 'Hello Dolly'
The senior class of Patchogue-
Medford High School is currently
holding auditions for its Senior
Show, "Hello Dolly." Over 200
eager and talented seniors are
demonstrating their skills at
dancing, singing, and acting,
with the hope of being selected
for a role.
The director, Bert Pollock, said
about the auditions, "The
number of students and the high
standard of talent involved is
overwhelming." Previous Senior
Shows directed by Mr. Pollock
have been, "Oklahoma",
"Showboat", and "Music Man",
all of which have been widely
acclaimed by the local
community.Assisting Mr.
Pollock will be Roger J.
Klinkerberg, who produced last
year's success, "Music Man."
Musical direction will be under
the baton of WilliamJ. Sullivan.
For the first time in the history
of Patchogue-Medford High
School, the choregraphy will be
directed by a student. Chris
Honey, who, among other things,
had a lead in "Finian's
Rainbow", is an experienced and
proficient dancer, and promises
to be an excellent choreographer.
The costume chairman, Mrs.
Winnie Jansson, known for her
great ability as a seamstress, will
be working in her second Senior
Show. She will be assisted by
Mrs. Elizabeth Kinkerberg.
Tom Atten, Sue Halliwell, Jon Glass, and Chris Honey strut their way through ELEGANCE.
Mark Sullivan and Winnie Dempsey shy away from Dennis Johnson's disapproving finger.
204
HELLO DOLLY
Seniors audition for 'Hello Dolly'
The senior class of Patchogue-
Medford High School is currently
holding auditions for its Senior
Show, "Hello Dolly." Over 200
eager and talented seniors are
demonstrating their skills at
dancing, singing, and acting,
with the hope of being selected
for a role.
The director, Bert Pollock, said
about the auditions, "The
number of students and the high
standard of talent involved is
overwhelming." Previous Senior
Shows directed by Mr. Pollock
have been, "Oklahoma",
"Showboat", and "Music Man",
all of which have been widely
acclaimed by the local
community. Assisting Mr.
Pollock will be Roger J.
Kllnkerberg, who produced last
year's success, "Music Man."
Musical direction will be under
the baton of William J. Sullivan.
For the first time in the history
of Patchogue-Medford High
School, the choregraphy will be
directed by a student. Chris
Honey, who, among other things,
had a lead in "Finian's
Rainbow", is an experienced and
proficient dancer, and promises
to be an excellent choreographer.
The costume chairman, Mrs.
Winnie Jansson. known for her
great ability as a seamstress, will
be working in her second Senior
Show. She will be assisted by
Mrs. Elizabeth Kmkerberg.
Tom Atten. Sue Halliwell, Jon Glass. and Chris Honey strut their way through ELEGANCE.
Mark Sullivan and Winnie Dempsey shy away from Dennis Johnson's disapproving finger.
Cast of P-M High's
'Hello Dolly' picked
Mary Ann Geronimo and Celeste Hernandez exchange
knowing smiles about Dolly's past success.
a
Director Bert Pollack rehearses cast for his eighth musical
in four years.
The cast of the Patchogue-
Medford High School Senior Show
has been announced, following a
tremendous turnout for auditions
last week. The show, "Hello
Dolly," consists of approx-
imately 14 major and minor
speaking roles, 45 dancers, and 50
singers, not to mention the many
seniors who will be involved in
other aspects of the production.
The cast of "Hello Dolly" is one
of talent and experience, and
promises to be a cast
unparalleled in Patchogue-
Medford history. The leading
lady, Dolly Levi, will be played
by Celeste Hernandez. Celeste's
previous experience in dramatics
goes back to the Saxton Street
Middle School production of
"Annie Get Your Gun," in which
she had the female lead. Since
then, her experience has included
numerous roles in Player's
Group shows and a lead in last
year's All School Musical,
"Mame." Dennis Johnson, who
will be portraying the character
of Horace Vandegelder, has a
remarkable list of acting
accomplishments, which
includes more than six major
roles and leads in Player's Group
productions and musicals.
The role of Irene Molloy will be
performed by Sue Halliwell, who
has proven herself as both a
gifted singer and actress, with
feature roles in "Mame" and
"Finian's Rainbow." Torn Atten
will play the part of Cornelius
Hackl. His exceptional record of
acting leads in countless shows,
such as "Mame," and "I
Remember Mama," should
prove him to be an invaluable
member to the cast of "Hello
Dolly."
Minnie Fay will be played by
Chris Honey, whom many might
remember for her fine
performance in "Finian's
Rainbow," as the featured
dancer, Susan the Silent. Jon
Glass, who will portray the
character of Barnaby Tucker, is
comparatively a newcomer to the
stage, but has recently shown his
acting ability with his
performance as a lead in "The
Rainmaker."
The cast of "Hello Dolly" is
also proud to have Jim Lynch as
their featured dancer. Jim's 10
years of dancing lessons have
made him the most skilled male
dancer ever to appear in a
Patchogue-Medford High School
Seniors Show.
Other principals included in the
cast are Cathy LoHis, Mark
Sullivan, Winnie Dempsey, Mary
Ann Geronimo, Dave
Bamberger. Craig Kelskey and
Steve Immarigeon.
"Hello Dolly" will be
performed on April 24, 25, and 26,
in the auditorium of Patchogue-
Medford High School.
Chorus members Keith Shafanda, John DelGaizo, Louis Seigel, Dennis Roman.
Steve Immarageon, Carl DeMasi, Glenn Jordan, Howard Stuart-Houston, and
Dave Banberger prepare for the opening scene of HELLO DOLLY.
205
Cast of P-M High's
'Hello Dolly' picked
Mary Ann Geronimo and Celeste Hernandez exchange
knowing smiles about Dolly's past success.
a
Director Bert Pollack rehearses cast for his eighth musical
in four years.
The cast of the Patchogue-
Medford High School Senior Show
has been announced, following a
tremendous turnout for auditions
last week. The show, "Hello
Dolly," consists of approx-
imately 14 major and minor
speaking roles, 45 dancers, and 50
singers, not to mention the many
seniors who will be involved in
other aspects of the production.
The cast of "Hello Dolly" is one
of talent and experience, and
promises to be a cast
unparalleled in Patchogue-
Medford history. The leading
lady, Dolly Levi, will be played
by Celeste Hernandez. Celeste's
previous experience in dramatics
goes back to the Saxton Street
Middle School production of
"Annie Get Your Gun," in which
she had the female lead. Since
then, her experience has included
numerous roles in Player's
Group shows and a lead in last
year's All School Musical,
"Mame." Dennis Johnson, who
will be portraying the character
of Horace Vandegelder, has a
remarkable list of acting
accomplishments, which
includes more than six major
roles and leads in Player's Group
productions and musicals.
The role of Irene Molloy will be
performed by Sue Halliwell, who
has proven herself as both a
gifted singer and actress, with
feature roles in "Mame" and
"Finian's Rainbow." Torn Atten
will play the part of Cornelius
Hackl. His exceptional record of
acting leads in countless shows,
such as "Mame," and "I
Remember Mama," should
prove him to be an invaluable
member to the cast of "Hello
Dolly."
Minnie Fay will be played by
Chris Honey, whom many might
remember for her fine
performance in "Finian's
Rainbow," as the featured
dancer, Susan the Silent. Jon
Glass, who will portray the
character of Barnaby Tucker, is
comparatively a newcomer to the
stage, but has recently shown his
acting ability with his
performance as a lead in "The
Rainmaker."
The cast of "Hello Dolly" is
also proud to have Jim Lynch as
their featured dancer. Jim's 10
years of dancing lessons have
made him the most skilled male
dancer ever to appear in a
Patchogue-Medford High School
Seniors Show.
Other principals included in the
cast are Cathy LoHis, Mark
Sullivan, Winnie Dempsey, Mary
Ann Geronimo, Dave
Bamberger. Craig Kelskey and
Steve Immarigeon.
"Hello Dolly" will be
performed on April 24, 25, and 26,
in the auditorium of Patchogue-
Medford High School.
Chorus members Keith Shafanda, John DelGaizo, Louis Seigel, Dennis Roman.
Steve Immarageon, Carl DeMasi, Glenn Jordan, Howard Stuart-Houston, and
Dave Banberger prepare for the opening scene of HELLO DOLLY.
205
Mary Ann Geronimo and Celeste Hernandez exchange
knowing smiles about Dolly's past success.
Director Bert Pollack rehearses cast for his eighth musical
in four years.
Cast of P-M High's
'Hello Dolly' picked
The cast of the Patchogue-
Medford High School Senior Show
has been announced, following a
tremendous turnout for auditions
last week. The show, "Hello
Dolly," consists of approx-
imately 14 major and minor
speaking roles, 45 dancers, and 50
singers, not to mention the many
seniors who will be involved in
other a$pects of the production.
The cast of "Hello Dolly" is one
of talent and experience, and
promises to be a cast
unparalleled in Patchogue-
Medford history. The leading
lady, Dolly Levi, will be played
by Celeste Hernandez. Celeste's
previous experience in dramatics
goes back to the Saxton Street
Middle School production of
"Annie Get Your Gun," in which
she had the female lead. Since
then, her experience has included
numerous roles in Player's
Group shows and a lead in last
year's All School Musical,
"Marne." Dennis Johnson, who
will be portraying the character
of Horace Vandegelder, has a
remarkable list of acting
accomplishments, which
includes more than six major
roles and leads in Player's Group
productions and musicals.
The role of Irene Molloy will be
performed by Sue Halliwell, who
has proven herself as both a
gifted singer and actress, with
feature roles in "Marne" and
"Finian's Rainbow." Tom Atten
will play the part of Cornelius
Hackl. His exceptional record of
acting leads in countless shows,
such as "Marne." and "I
Remember Mama," should
prove him to be an invaluable
member to the cast of "Hello
Dolly."
Minnie Fay will be played by
Chris Honey, whom many might
remember for her fine
performance in "Finian's
Rainbow," as the featured
dancer, Susan the Silent. Jon
Glass, who will portray the
character of Barnaby Tucker, is
comparatively a newcomer to the
stage, but has recently shown his
acting ability with his
performance as a lead in "The
Rainmaker."
The cast of "Hello Dolly" is
also proud to have Jim Lynch as
their featured dancer. Jim's 10
years of dancing lessons have
made him the most skilled male
dancer ever to appear in a
Patchogue-Medford High School
Seniors Show.
Other principals included in the
cast are Cathy Lollis, Mark
Sullivan, Winnie Dempsey, Mary
Ann Geronimo, Dave
Bamberger. Craig Kelskey and
Steve Immarigeon.
"Hello Dolly" will be
performed on April 24, 25, and 26,
in the auditorium of Patchogue-
Medford High School.
Chorus members Keith Shafanda, John DelGaizo. Louis Seigel. Dennis Roman,
Steve Immarageon, Carl DeMasi. Glenn Jordan, Howard Stuart-Houston. and
Dave Banberger prepare for the opening scene of HELLO DOLLY.
205
Opposite Page, Top Left: Jon
Glass and Tom Atten are two of
the many talented actors in the
Class of 1975. Pictured here in
The Rainmaker, they also
starred in Hello, Dolly!
Oppostie Page, Top Right: Don
Pierno and Joan Gerdes enjoyed
their Junior Prom in the Spring
of 1974.
Opposite Page, Middle Left:
Secretary of the Senior Class
Brownie could often be found in
her Executive Washroom.
Oppostie Page, Middle Right:
Snoopy never stopped smiling
high atop the Senior class float
during halftime ceremonies at
the Homecoming game.
Opposite Page, BottomLeft:
Approximately thirty students
came to Patchogue-Medford for
their senior year after Seton
Hall High School closed. Ed
Wagner was one of them.
Opposite Page, BottomRight:
John DelGaizo posed for many
pictures for Record '75. but this
was the only one we could
include.
This Page, Top Left: These can-
didates made speeches at the
rally held before Senior Class
elections: Sue Tamborello, Sue
VanCaeseele, Patricia Fenz,
Meaghan Cantwell, and Darlene
McDermed.
This Page, Top Right: Linda
Geist's pretzel sales helped fi-
nance Record '75.
This Page, Middle Left: Seniors
will remember June. 1974. as a
time when many arrived to take
Regents exams, only to discover
that many of the exams had
been canceled.
This Page, BottomLeft: Super-
intendant Henry Read presents
an honorary diploma to ex-
change student Helena Perches
just before she returned home
to Brazil.
This Page, BottomRight: Senior
class president, Lenny Paduano,
fields questions from the floor
during a Senior Class meeting.
207
Opposite Page, Top Left: Jon
Glass and Tom Atten are two of
the many talented actors in the
Class of 1975. Pictured here in
The Rainmaker, they also
starred in Hello, Dolly!
Oppostie Page, Top Right: Don
Pierno and Joan Gerdes enjoyed
their Junior Prom in the Spring
of 1974.
Opposite Page, Middle Left:
Secretary of the Senior Class
Brownie could often be found in
her Executive Washroom.
Oppostie Page, Middle Right:
Snoopy never stopped smiling
high atop the Senior class float
during halftime ceremonies at
the Homecoming game.
Opposite Page, BottomLeft:
Approximately thirty students
came to Patchogue-Medford for
their senior year after Seton
Hall High School closed. Ed
Wagner was one of them.
Opposite Page, BottomRight:
John DelGaizo posed for many
pictures for Record '75. but this
was the only one we could
include.
This Page, Top Left: These can-
didates made speeches at the
rally held before Senior Class
elections: Sue Tamborello, Sue
VanCaeseele, Patricia Fenz,
Meaghan Cantwell, and Darlene
McDermed.
This Page, Top Right: Linda
Geist's pretzel sales helped fi-
nance Record '75.
This Page, Middle Left: Seniors
will remember June. 1974. as a
time when many arrived to take
Regents exams, only to discover
that many of the exams had
been canceled.
This Page, BottomLeft: Super-
intendant Henry Read presents
an honorary diploma to ex-
change student Helena Perches
just before she returned home
to Brazil.
This Page, BottomRight: Senior
class president, Lenny Paduano,
fields questions from the floor
during a Senior Class meeting.
207
Opposite Page, Top Left: Jon
Glass and Tom Atten are two of
the many talented actors in the
Class of 1975. Pictured here in
The Rainmaker, they also
starred in Hello, Dolly!
Oppostie Page, Top Right: Don
Pierno and Joan Gerdes enjoyed
their Junior Prom in the Spring
of 1974.
Opposite Page, Middle Left:
Secretary of the Senior Class
Brownie could often be found in
her Executive Washroom.
Oppostie Page, Middle Right:
Snoopy never stopped smiling
high atop the Sen ior class float
during halftime ceremonies at
the Homecominggame.
Opposite Page, Bottom Left:
Approximately thirty students
came to Patchogue-Medford for
their senior year after Seton
Hall High School closed. Ed
Wagner was one of them.
Opposite Page, Bottom Right:
John DelGaizo posed for many
pictures for Record '75, but this
was the only one we could
include .
This Page, Top Left: These can-
didates made speeches at the
rally held before Senior Class
elections: Sue Tamborello, Sue
VanCaeseele, Patricia Fenz,
Meaghan Cantwell, and Darlene
McDermed .
This Page, Top Right: Linda
Geist's pretzel sales helped fi-
nance Record ' 75.
This Page, Middle Left: Seniors
will remember June, 1974, as a
time when many arrived to take
Regents exams, only to discover
that many of the exams had
been canceled.
This Page, Bottom Left: Super-
intendant Henry Read presents
an honorary diploma to ex-
change student Helena Perches
just before she returned home
to Brazil.
This Page, Bottom Right: Senior
class president, Lenny Paduano,
fields questions from the floor
during a Senior Class meeting.
207
KAREN AIOSA
OLGA AIRICH
PATRICIA ALLMER
SEAN ADAMS
MARY AFENTAKIS
PATRICIA AHERN
KAREN AIOSA
OLGA AIRICH
PATRICIA ALLMER
SEAN ADAMS
MARY AFENTAKIS
PATRICIA AHERN
BRIAN ARENDT
GERALD ARTHUR
LINDA ASMUS
THOMAS ATTEN
MICHAEL AMBROSIO
PHILIP ANDERSEN
DARLENE ARCURI
DEBRA ARENA
JANELLE AUSTIN
LINDA AVIANO
ROBERT BAHNSEN
TIMOTHY BALSANO
AHERN, PATTY
Merrily I roll along;
High school made me very strong;
It taught me to play the french horn,
But nowit's time to say so long.
ARTHUR, GERALD
School has been a great experience for
me in that it has taught me what I
wanted to learn; but that is all.
AUSTIN, JANELLE
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 2,3.
BRIAN ARENDT
GERALD ARTHUR
LINDA ASMUS
THOMAS ATTEN
MICHAEL AMBROSIO
PHILIP ANDERSEN
DARLENE ARCURI
DEBRA ARENA
JANELLE AUSTIN
LINDA AVIANO
ROBERT BAHNSEN
TIMOTHY BALSANO
AHERN, PATTY
Merrily I roll along;
High school made me very strong;
It taught me to play the french horn,
But nowit's time to say so long.
ARTHUR, GERALD
School has been a great experience for
me in that it has taught me what I
wanted to learn; but that is all.
AUSTIN, JANELLE
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 2,3.
AHERN, PATTY
Merrily I roll along;
High school made me very strong;
It taught me to play the french horn,
But now it's ti me to say so long.
ARTHUR, GERALD
School has been a great experience for
me in that it has taught me what I
wanted to learn; but that is all.
AUSTIN, JANELLE
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 2,3.
BAMBERGER, DAVID
High school has taught me to lean on
others and let them lean on me.
BARSALONA, LYNNE
Players Group 3,4; Orchestra 4; Cho-
rus 4.
BENINCASE, CLAUDIA
High School has been a very rewarding
experience for me. I've come to dis-
cover what people and society are like.
And most of all discover myself.
BOERNER, MARK
In my first three years of High School I
have learned a vast amount of knowl-
edge. As a senior I will expect to learn
more.
DAVID BAMBERGER
KIRK BARBER
DEBORAH BARNES
JOHN BARONE
LYNNE BARSALONA
DEBRA BATES
THOMAS BAUM
DONNA BEAN
BAMBERGER, DAVID
High school has taught me to lean on
others and let them lean on me.
BARSALONA, LYNNE
Players Group 3,4; Orchestra 4; Cho-
rus 4.
BENINCASE, CLAUDIA
High School has been a very rewarding
experience for me. I've come to dis-
cover what people and society are like.
And most of all discover myself.
BOERNER, MARK
In my first three years of High School I
have learned a vast amount of knowl-
edge. As a senior I will expect to learn
more.
DAVID BAMBERGER
KIRK BARBER
DEBORAH BARNES
JOHN BARONE
LYNNE BARSALONA
DEBRA BATES
THOMAS BAUM
DONNA BEAN
BAMBERGER, DAVID
High school has taught me to lean on
others and let them lean on me,
BARSALONA, LYNNE
Players Group 3.4; Orchestra 4; Cho-
rus 4,
BENINCASE, CLAUDIA
High School has been a very rewarding
experience for me. I've come to dis-
cover what people and society are l ike.
And most of all discover myself .
BOERNER, MARK
In my first three years of High School I
have learned a vast amount of knowl-
edge. As a senior I will expect to learn
more.
JAMES BECK CLAUDIA BENINCASE DIANE BIGGERS BARBARA BODDY
PATRICIA BECK TODD BERCHEN ELLEN BIKOFF
MARK BOERNER
SANDRA BENDER
MIRIAM BERGER ROSEMARIE BLEICH JOHN BOHNKE
JAMES BENINCASA JOHN BIANCO STEVEN BLOOM DINO BONACASA
211
JAMES BECK CLAUDIA BENINCASE DIANE BIGGERS BARBARA BODDY
PATRICIA BECK TODD BERCHEN ELLEN BIKOFF
MARK BOERNER
SANDRA BENDER
MIRIAM BERGER ROSEMARIE BLEICH JOHN BOHNKE
JAMES BENINCASA JOHN BIANCO STEVEN BLOOM DINO BONACASA
211
BORZI, PAT
Cross Country 4; Winter Track 3,4;
Spring Track 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; News-
paper 2,3,4; WSCM 4; Athletic Associa-
tion4; Key Club 1,2,3,4.
BOYLE SHAWN
Players Group 3; FutureNurses 3: Col-
or Guard 3.
BRADLEY, BARBARA
Batontwirling 1,2; Chorus 1; Leaders
Club 2,3,4.
CANNATA, ED
Bowling 2; Golf 2,3; FilmClub 2,3,4;
A.V. Squad 2.
Seenoevil, speak noevil, hear noevil,
havenofun!
CANTWELL MEAGHAN
Class VicePres. 2,3; Cheerleading 1,2,
3; "Beach Bum" 3.
Beach Boys, Vice Tea "Peakie" .
Twicestay away from"Sweet talking"
SayvilleGuys.
PATRICK BORZI
PHILLIP BORZI
SHAWN BOYLE
BARBARA BRADLEY
RODNEY BREHER
DAVID BREWER
DONNA BRONAT
LISA BROPHY
BORZI, PAT
Cross Country 4; Winter Track 3,4;
Spring Track 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; News-
paper 2,3,4; WSCM 4; Athletic Associa-
tion4; Key Club 1,2,3,4.
BOYLE SHAWN
Players Group 3; FutureNurses 3: Col-
or Guard 3.
BRADLEY, BARBARA
Batontwirling 1,2; Chorus 1; Leaders
Club 2,3,4.
CANNATA, ED
Bowling 2; Golf 2,3; FilmClub 2,3,4;
A.V. Squad 2.
Seenoevil, speak noevil, hear noevil,
havenofun!
CANTWELL MEAGHAN
Class VicePres. 2,3; Cheerleading 1,2,
3; "Beach Bum" 3.
Beach Boys, Vice Tea "Peakie" .
Twicestay away from"Sweet talking"
SayvilleGuys.
PATRICK BORZI
PHILLIP BORZI
SHAWN BOYLE
BARBARA BRADLEY
RODNEY BREHER
DAVID BREWER
DONNA BRONAT
LISA BROPHY
BORZI. PAT
Cross Country 4; Winter Track 3.4;
Spring Track 3.4; Yearbook 3.4; News-
paper 2.3.4; WSCM 4; Athletic Associa-
tion 4; Key Club 1.2.3.4.
BOYLE SHAWN
Players Group 3; Future Nurses 3; Col-
or Guard 3.
BRADLEY. BARBARA
Baton twirling 1.2; Chorus 1; Leaders
Cl,ub 2.3,4.
CANNATA. ED
Bowling 2; Golf 2.3; Film Club 2.3.4;
A.v. Squad 2.
See no evil . speak no evil. hear no evil.
have no fun!
CANTWELL MEAGHAN
Class Vice Pres. 2.3; Cheerleading 1.2.
3; " Beach Bum" 3.
Beach Boys. Vice Tea "Peakie"
Twice stay away from " Sweet talking"
Sayville Guys.
ANGELA CAPUTO
DIANE CARAHER
GLORIA CARAPAZZA
VICTORIA CARDAMONE
LOUIS CAMPO
ANTHONY CANGELOSI
EDWARD CANNATA
MEAGHAN CANTWELL
JAMIE BROWNIE
TINA BRUCE
BRIAN BRUNJES
JAMES BRYSON
ANGELA CAPUTO
DIANE CARAHER
GLORIA CARAPAZZA
VICTORIA CARDAMONE
LOUIS CAMPO
ANTHONY CANGELOSI
EDWARD CANNATA
MEAGHAN CANTWELL
JAMIE BROWNIE
TINA BRUCE
BRIAN BRUNJES
JAMES BRYSON
CARRERO, DIANE
High School: First rung on the ladder
to success. Only four more to go: Col-
lege, LawSchool, American Bar As-
soc., Supreme Court? Well, let's just
say I've got high hopes.
CAST ELLETT!, STEVEN
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Volley-
ball 1.
CRISCIONE, ROSE ANN
Cheerleader 1; G.O. Vice President
(social activities) G.O. 4, President.
I'd like to take this opportunity to wish
all my classmates the best of luck.
DACONTA, NANCY
Cheerleading 1,2,3; Honors 1,2,3:
Plays 1,2,3; Pep Club 1.
D'AGROSA, PAULA
Seton Hall 1,2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Stu-
dent Council 1,2: Drama Club 1,2;
Tennis 1,4; Intramurals 4; Cheerlead-
ing 2.
DALESSIO, LOUIS
Football 4; Soccer 1; Track 1; Wres-
tling 1; A.V. Squad 1,2,3,4; Players
Group 3,4.
D'AMALIO, CHARLES
I've only been in Patchogue- Medford
H.S. for two years, but I feel I've made
hundreds of lifetime friends.
STANFORD CARDE JR
KEVIN CARLETON
DIANE CARRERO
ALFRED CARRILLO
MAUREEN CASSIDY
STEVEN CASTELLETTI
GREGORY CERILLO
WILLIAM CHAMIER
WILLIAM CIAFFONE
LAURA CILIENTO
LAURA CIVITELLA
RONALD COCKERILI
CARRERO, DIANE
High School: First rung on the ladder
to success. Only four more to go: Col-
lege, LawSchool, American Bar As-
soc., Supreme Court? Well, let's just
say I've got high hopes.
CAST ELLETT!, STEVEN
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Volley-
ball 1.
CRISCIONE, ROSE ANN
Cheerleader 1; G.O. Vice President
(social activities) G.O. 4, President.
I'd like to take this opportunity to wish
all my classmates the best of luck.
DACONTA, NANCY
Cheerleading 1,2,3; Honors 1,2,3:
Plays 1,2,3; Pep Club 1.
D'AGROSA, PAULA
Seton Hall 1,2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Stu-
dent Council 1,2: Drama Club 1,2;
Tennis 1,4; Intramurals 4; Cheerlead-
ing 2.
DALESSIO, LOUIS
Football 4; Soccer 1; Track 1; Wres-
tling 1; A.V. Squad 1,2,3,4; Players
Group 3,4.
D'AMALIO, CHARLES
I've only been in Patchogue- Medford
H.S. for two years, but I feel I've made
hundreds of lifetime friends.
STANFORD CARDE JR
KEVIN CARLETON
DIANE CARRERO
ALFRED CARRILLO
MAUREEN CASSIDY
STEVEN CASTELLETTI
GREGORY CERILLO
WILLIAM CHAMIER
WILLIAM CIAFFONE
LAURA CILIENTO
LAURA CIVITELLA
RONALD COCKERILI
CARRERO, DIANE
High School: First rung on the ladder
to success. Only four more to go: Col-
lege, Law School, American Bar As-
soc ., Supreme Court? Well , let's just
say I've got high hopes.
CASTELLETTI , STEVEN
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Volley-
ball 1.
CRISCIONE, ROSE ANN
Cheerleader 1; G.O. Vice President
(social activities) G.O. 4, President .
I' d li ke to take this opportunity to wish
all my classmates the best of luck.
DACONTA, NANCY
Cheerleading 1,2,3; Honors 1,2,3;
Plays 1,2,3; PepClub 1.
D'AGROSA, PAULA
Seton Hall 1,2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Stu-
dent Council 1,2; Drama Club 1,2;
Tennis 1,4; Intramurals 4; Cheerlead-
ing 2.
DALESSIO, LOUIS
Football 4; Soccer 1; Track 1; Wres-
t l ing 1; A.V. Squad '1,2,3,4; Players
Group 3,4.
D'AMALlO, CHARLES
I've only been in Patchogue- Medford
H.S. for two years, but I feel I've made
hundreds of lifetime friends.
VICTOR COFFEY

TERRI CONFORTI
JOHN COGHLAN

JOHN CONKLIN
SUSAN COLLINS

GARY CONNELL
LYNN COMBATTI

MICHAEL CONNELL
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VICTOR COFFEY

TERRI CONFORTI
JOHN COGHLAN

JOHN CONKLIN
SUSAN COLLINS

GARY CONNELL
LYNN COMBATTI

MICHAEL CONNELL
215
SUE CRABTREE
KENNETH CRAIG
THERESA CROCE
ROBERT CROWLEY
ROSE ANN CRISCIONE
DOROTHY CRISPI
RUSSELL CORNELL
PEDRO CORUJO JR
TIMOTHY COUNTS
HENRY CUCUZZA
MAUREEN CURRAN
NANCY DACONTA
SUE CRABTREE
KENNETH CRAIG
THERESA CROCE
ROBERT CROWLEY
ROSE ANN CRISCIONE
DOROTHY CRISPI
RUSSELL CORNELL
PEDRO CORUJO JR
TIMOTHY COUNTS
HENRY CUCUZZA
MAUREEN CURRAN
NANCY DACONTA
PAULA D'AGROSA
LOUIS DALESSIO
CIRO D'AMALIO
BRIAN DARLING
KATHLEEN DAVIS
LORIN DE BONO
VINCENT DE BONO
MICHAEL DEGASPERI
PETER DE GROOT
MARY DELANEY
DEBRA DELGADO
JOHN DELGAIZO
217
DARLING, BRIAN
Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Soccer 3,
Manager.
My high school years have been the
best. For all the good and bad times,
they were the most educational four
years of my life.
DE BONO, LORIN
Chorus 1,2,3,4 (Treas. 4); Anchor Club
2,3,4; Leaders Club 2,3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4; G.O. Executive
Board 4.
DE BONO, VINCENT
Football 1,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Winter
Track 4; Key Club 2; Ski Club 1,2,3,4;
Athletic Assoc. 4.
High school has taught me the respon-
sibility that I hope will help me to
make a successful life for myself.
DEGASPERI, MIKE
Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4;
Track 1,2,3,4.
DELGADO, DEBRA
Basketball 2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4;
Badminton 2,3,4; Bowling 4.
High school sports have taught me
competition, good sportsmanship,
self-discipline, and respect for others.
DELGAIZO, JOHN
Wrestling 2,3; RED AND BLACK 4.
Indeed, high school has been an expe-
rience for me. But perhaps I'mtoo
close to it to see all its actual effects
on me, the person.
DE GROOT, PETER
High school plays a very important
role in determining my future. From
what I have learned in my school life,
my future will be very rewarding.
CARL DE MASI

ANTONETTA DI STEFAN()

JAMES DOWSEY

DOREEN DRAKE

THERESA DRAKE
WINIFRED DEMPSEY

EUGENE DZUS
DAVID DEW

WILLIAM ELDREDGE
DENISE DIAMOND

CHARLES EPPELSHEIMER
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CARL DE MASI

ANTONETTA DI STEFAN()

JAMES DOWSEY

DOREEN DRAKE

THERESA DRAKE
WINIFRED DEMPSEY

EUGENE DZUS
DAVID DEW

WILLIAM ELDREDGE
DENISE DIAMOND

CHARLES EPPELSHEIMER
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MICHAEL FERRARO
CHARLES FINGER
JOHN FIORE
MARK FIORENTINO
MADELAINE FEINDT
CHERYL FELICE
LEROY FELTON
PATRICIA FENZ
FAITH ERHARDT
LENORE ERLAND
MARTHA ESCOBAR
CHARLES- FALKNER
DEMPSEY, WINIFRED
Cheerleader Co- Capt. 1; JV Co- Capt. 2;
Varsity 3; Student Council 1,2,3; Class
Clerk 1; Pep Club 1; Softball 3: Drama
1,2,3; Honors 1,2,3.
DEW, DAVID
Soccer 1,2,3.
DIAMOND, DENISE
High School has been an experience
I'll never forget, with many friends I'll
always remember. Enjoy it while you
can; it goes by so fast.
DISTEFANO, ANTOINETTE
I have many dreams about my future,
and I'll try my best to make them
come true.
DRAKE, DOREEN
Band 1,2,3,4; Marine Science 3,4; Ping
Pong 3,4; Theatre Club 4.
DZUS, EUGENE
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Treas. 3, Pres. 4;
Baffa Symphony 4.
Ultimate goal of educational career:
Doctor of Dental Surgery.
ELDREDGE, BILL
The School years in Patchogue- Med-
ford have gone by, but they have left a
positive impression in me that will last
until I die.
ERLAND, LENORE
High School sports have taught me
about competition, people, friends and
most of all, myself.
FALKNER, CHARLES
Football 1,2,3,4; Key Club 1,2,3; Ski
Club 4.
FELICE, CHERYL
Volleyball 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1,4.
FENZ, PATRICIA
Through my high school years I have
had many new opportunities to learn
about life, and there are many great
memories to be cherished.
MICHAEL FERRARO
CHARLES FINGER
JOHN FIORE
MARK FIORENTINO
MADELAINE FEINDT
CHERYL FELICE
LEROY FELTON
PATRICIA FENZ
FAITH ERHARDT
LENORE ERLAND
MARTHA ESCOBAR
CHARLES- FALKNER
DEMPSEY, WINIFRED
Cheerleader Co- Capt. 1; JV Co- Capt. 2;
Varsity 3; Student Council 1,2,3; Class
Clerk 1; Pep Club 1; Softball 3: Drama
1,2,3; Honors 1,2,3.
DEW, DAVID
Soccer 1,2,3.
DIAMOND, DENISE
High School has been an experience
I'll never forget, with many friends I'll
always remember. Enjoy it while you
can; it goes by so fast.
DISTEFANO, ANTOINETTE
I have many dreams about my future,
and I'll try my best to make them
come true.
DRAKE, DOREEN
Band 1,2,3,4; Marine Science 3,4; Ping
Pong 3,4; Theatre Club 4.
DZUS, EUGENE
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Treas. 3, Pres. 4;
Baffa Symphony 4.
Ultimate goal of educational career:
Doctor of Dental Surgery.
ELDREDGE, BILL
The School years in Patchogue- Med-
ford have gone by, but they have left a
positive impression in me that will last
until I die.
ERLAND, LENORE
High School sports have taught me
about competition, people, friends and
most of all, myself.
FALKNER, CHARLES
Football 1,2,3,4; Key Club 1,2,3; Ski
Club 4.
FELICE, CHERYL
Volleyball 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1,4.
FENZ, PATRICIA
Through my high school years I have
had many new opportunities to learn
about life, and there are many great
memories to be cherished.
DEMPSEY, WINIFRED
Cheerleader Co-Capt. 1; JV Co-Capt . 2;
Varsity 3; Student Council 1,2,3; Class
Clerk 1; Pep Club 1; Softball 3; Drama
1,2,3; Honors 1,2, 3.
DEW, DAVID
Soccer 1,2,3.
DIAMOND, DENISE
High School has been an experience
I' ll never forget. with many friends I'll
always remember. Enjoy it while you
can; it goes by so fast .
DISTEFANO, ANTOINETTE
I have many dreams about my future,
and I ' ll try my best to make them
come true.
DRAKE, DOREEN
Band 1,2,3,4; Marine Science 3,4; Ping
Pong 3,4; Theatre CI u b 4.
DZUS, EUGENE
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Treas . 3, Pres. 4;
Baffa Symphony 4.
Ultimate goal of educational career:
Doctor of Dental Su rgery.
ELDREDGE, BILL
The School years in PatChogue-Med-
ford have gone by, but they have left a
positive impression in me that will last
until I die.
ERLAND, LENORE
High School sports have taught me
about competition, people, friends and
most of all, myself.
FALKNER, CHARLES
Football 1.2,3,4; Key Club 1,2,3; Ski
Club4.
FELICE, CHERYL
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4; Bowl ing 1,4.
FENZ, PATRICIA
Through my high school years I have
had many new opportunities to learn
about life, and there are many great
memories to be cherished.
KENNETH FRIEDMANN
KATHLEEN FUNARO
FRANK FURFARO
DEBRA FUSCO
MAUREEN FLAHERTY
DIANE FRABIZIO
RICHARD FREJKA
DAVID FRIED
BONNIE GAFNEY
THOMAS GALLAGHER
MARY GANNON
CAROL GARBER
FURFARO, FRANK
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
Athletic Association 2,3,4; Baseball 2,
3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Key Club 3; Red and
Black 3,4: Band 1,2,3,4; All-School
Show 3,4; Senior Show 3,4; Orchestra
1,2.
GAFNEY, BONNIE
Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,
3,4; Anchor Club 3,4; Honor Society 3,
4 V.P.; Ski Club 1.
GARGANO, DOUG
Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 1: Athletic
Assoc. 1.
GARTUNG, DEBORAH
Drama 1; Spanish Club 3; Track 1,2.
Just taking care of business . Sum-
mer of '72 ... Eagles fly high ... "Ed-
ucation is man's going forward from
cock-sure ignorance to thoughtful
uncertainty".
GASSERT, CLAUDIA
"Gimme a break, why me?"
"No way"
"Get me out of this place"
Future: Stewardess
GEIST, LINDA
Chorus 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Leaders Club 1.
2,3,4; Anchor Club 4; Honor Society 3,
4, Sec. 4.
KENNETH FRIEDMANN
KATHLEEN FUNARO
FRANK FURFARO
DEBRA FUSCO
MAUREEN FLAHERTY
DIANE FRABIZIO
RICHARD FREJKA
DAVID FRIED
BONNIE GAFNEY
THOMAS GALLAGHER
MARY GANNON
CAROL GARBER
FURFARO, FRANK
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
Athletic Association 2,3,4; Baseball 2,
3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Key Club 3; Red and
Black 3,4: Band 1,2,3,4; All-School
Show 3,4; Senior Show 3,4; Orchestra
1,2.
GAFNEY, BONNIE
Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,
3,4; Anchor Club 3,4; Honor Society 3,
4 V.P.; Ski Club 1.
GARGANO, DOUG
Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 1: Athletic
Assoc. 1.
GARTUNG, DEBORAH
Drama 1; Spanish Club 3; Track 1,2.
Just taking care of business . Sum-
mer of '72 ... Eagles fly high ... "Ed-
ucation is man's going forward from
cock-sure ignorance to thoughtful
uncertainty".
GASSERT, CLAUDIA
"Gimme a break, why me?"
"No way"
"Get me out of this place"
Future: Stewardess
GEIST, LINDA
Chorus 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Leaders Club 1.
2,3,4; Anchor Club 4; Honor Society 3,
4, Sec. 4.
FURFARO. FRANK
Soccer 1.2. 3,4; Intra murals 1.2.3,4;
Athletic Association 2.3,4; Baseball 2.
3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Key Club 3; Red and
Black 3,4; Band 1.2.3,4; All-School
Show 3,4; Senior Show 3,4; Orchestra
1.2.
GAFNEY. BONNIE
Cheerleading 1.2.3,4; Intramurals 1.2.
3,4; Anchor Club 3,4; Honor Society 3.
4 V.P.; Ski Club 1.
GARGANO. DOUG
Football 2.3,4; Wrestling 1: Athletic
Assoc. 1.
GARTUNG. DEBORAH
Drama 1; Spanish Club 3; Track 1.2.
Just taking care of business . S.um-
mer of ' 72 . Eagles fly high ... "Ed-
ucation is man's going forward from
cock-sure ignorance to thoughtful
uncertainty" .
GASSERT. CLAUDIA
" Gimme a break. why me?"
" No way"
" Get me out of this place"
Future: Stewardess
GEIST. LINDA
Chorus 2.3,4. Pres . 4; Leaders Club 1.
2.3,4; Anchor Club 4: Honor Society 3.
4. Sec. 4.
DOUGLAS GARGANO
GREGORY GARRITANO
DEBORAH GARTUNG
CLAUDIA GASSERT
PAUL GATHMAN
LINDA GEIST
DOUGLAS GARGANO
GREGORY GARRITANO
DEBORAH GARTUNG
CLAUDIA GASSERT
PAUL GATHMAN
LINDA GEIST
CHERYL GERARD JOAN GERDES BRUCE GILMORE MARYANN GERONIMO
JAMES GOLDSMITH DIANE GORDON JOHN GOEDEL ANTHONY GODY CYNTHIA GIUFFRIDA
BART GIULIANO
JONATHAN GLASS
BARRY GLASSMAN
CHERYL GERARD JOAN GERDES BRUCE GILMORE MARYANN GERONIMO
JAMES GOLDSMITH DIANE GORDON JOHN GOEDEL ANTHONY GODY CYNTHIA GIUFFRIDA
BART GIULIANO
JONATHAN GLASS
BARRY GLASSMAN
DESERIE GORI
SUSAN GORMAN
DEBRA GOULD
EDWARD GREGORY
EDWARD GUTHRIE
ARTHUR HAAS
RICHARD HAHN
SANDRA HAILE
JOSEPH HALLIGAN
SUZANNE HALLIWELL
FRANK HARK
BRIAN HAWKINS
223
GERONIMO, MARYANN
Player's Group 3,4; Future Nurses Club
4.
I would just like to wish all my fellow
students good luck and happiness in
the future. God bless everyone.
GLASS, JOHN
I will remember all the people that
shaped my life, good and bad. Some-
day, I will look back and smile.
GLASSMAN, BARRY
Skol wuz a rewordingexspereance.
GORI, DESERIE
Cheerleading1,2,4; Anchor Club 3,4
Tres.; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
DESERIE GORI
SUSAN GORMAN
DEBRA GOULD
EDWARD GREGORY
EDWARD GUTHRIE
ARTHUR HAAS
RICHARD HAHN
SANDRA HAILE
JOSEPH HALLIGAN
SUZANNE HALLIWELL
FRANK HARK
BRIAN HAWKINS
223
GERONIMO, MARYANN
Player's Group 3,4; Future Nurses Club
4.
I would just like to wish all my fellow
students good luck and happiness in
the future. God bless everyone.
GLASS, JOHN
I will remember all the people that
shaped my life, good and bad. Some-
day, I will look back and smile.
GLASSMAN, BARRY
Skol wuz a rewordingexspereance.
GORI, DESERIE
Cheerleading1,2,4; Anchor Club 3,4
Tres.; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
GERONIMO. MARYANN
Player 's Group 3,4; Future Nurses Club
4.
I would just like to wish all my fellow
students good luck and happiness in
the future. God bl ess everyone.
GLASS. JOHN
I will remember all the people that
shaped my life. good and bad. Some-
day, I will look back and smile.
GLASSMAN. BARRY
Skol wuz a rewording exspereance.
GORI, DESERIE
Cheerleading 1.2,4; Anchor Club 3,4
Tres.; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
HODKIN, LARI
Thesefour years at PatchogueHigh
havebeenthegreatest years of my
life. A special thankstoeveryonewho
'hasmadeit that way.
DAVID HAYMAN
KAREN HEATON
CELESTE HERNANDEZ
ALVIN JAY HICKSON
PATRICIA HILTY
LUISA HINES
LARI HODKIN
ROBERTHODOSKY
HODKIN, LARI
Thesefour years at PatchogueHigh
havebeenthegreatest years of my
life. A special thankstoeveryonewho
'hasmadeit that way.
DAVID HAYMAN
KAREN HEATON
CELESTE HERNANDEZ
ALVIN JAY HICKSON
PATRICIA HILTY
LUISA HINES
LARI HODKIN
ROBERTHODOSKY
HODKIN, LARI
These four years at Patchogue High
have been the greatest years of my
life. A special thanks to everyone who
'has made it that way.
DISCOVER FRANK FURFARO
Frank Furfaro is an athlete. He has just
completed four years of high school soccer,
starting as Captain of his freshman team
and finishing as Co-captain of the '74-'75
Varsity. Patchogue coaches have consid-
ered Frank so important to the Patchogue
defense that, due to an inconsequential in-
jury, Frank missed his first few minutes late
this season. For almost four complete
years, Frank played all of every game.
Frank is an athlete; but, more important-
ly, Frank is involved with the rest of his
school. Frank has been one of the prime
moves behind the '74-'75 Red and Black.
Frank has been largely responsible for its
success, having served simultaneously as
Business Editor and Layout Editor. Frank
has also written for the paper, and was sin-
gle-handedly responsible for the large
amounts of money raised each month from
advertising.
Frank also serves as Secretary of the Ath-
letic Association and is a member of the
Band.
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DISCOVER CATHY-LOU LOLLIS
Cathy-Lou Lollis is a performer. She has
been a long-time member of Players'
Group, and has starred in many of its pro-
ductions. During the '73-'74 season, for
example, Cathy appeared in "Mame" as
Mother Burnside, was featured during
Christmas as Frosty in "Frosty the Snow-
man", and played the leading role during
the Spring production of "I Remember
Mama." During '74-'75, Cathy appeared in
the All-School Musical, and directed the
Players' Group Annual Christmas Show.
Cathy loves performing. "I love becom-
ing someone else," she explains. "It gives
you a chance to get outside your own skin."
Cathy is also active in the High School Cho-
rus, and plans to attend college after
graduation.
Cathy loves performing and you can bet
that when she appears on stage, she's not
the only one that's going to enjoy it.

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DISCOVER FRANK FURFARO
Frank Furfaro is an athlete. He has just
completed four years of high school soccer,
starting as Captain of his freshman team
and finishing as Co-captain of the '74-'75
Varsity. Patchogue coaches have consid-
ered Frank so important to the Patchogue
defense that, due to an inconsequential in-
jury, Frank missed his first few minutes late
this season. For almost four complete
years, Frank played all of every game.
Frank is an athlete; but, more important-
ly, Frank is involved with the rest of his
school. Frank has been one of the prime
moves behind the '74-'75 Red and Black.
Frank has been largely responsible for its
success, having served simultaneously as
Business Editor and Layout Editor. Frank
has also written for the paper, and was sin-
gle-handedly responsible for the large
amounts of money raised each month from
advertising.
Frank also serves as Secretary of the Ath-
letic Association and is a member of the
Band.
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DISCOVER CATHY-LOU LOLLIS
Cathy-Lou Lollis is a performer. She has
been a long-time member of Players'
Group, and has starred in many of its pro-
ductions. During the '73-'74 season, for
example, Cathy appeared in "Mame" as
Mother Burnside, was featured during
Christmas as Frosty in "Frosty the Snow-
man", and played the leading role during
the Spring production of "I Remember
Mama." During '74-'75, Cathy appeared in
the All-School Musical, and directed the
Players' Group Annual Christmas Show.
Cathy loves performing. "I love becom-
ing someone else," she explains. "It gives
you a chance to get outside your own skin."
Cathy is also active in the High School Cho-
rus, and plans to attend college after
graduation.
Cathy loves performing and you can bet
that when she appears on stage, she's not
the only one that's going to enjoy it.

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DISCOVER CATHY-LOU LOLLIS
Cathy-Lou Lollis is a performer. She has
been a long-time member of Players'
Group, and has starred in many of its pro-
ductions. During the ' 73-'74 season, for
example, Cathy appeared in "Mame" as
Mother Burnside, was featured during
Christmas as Frosty in "Frosty the Snow-
man", and played the leading role during
the Spring production of "I Remember
Mama." During '74-'75, Cathy appeared in
the All-School Musical , and directed the
Players' Group Annual Christmas Show.
Cathy loves performing. "I love becom-
ing someone else," she explains. " It gives
you a chance to get outside your own skin."
Cathy is also active in the High School Cho-
rus, and plans to attend college after
graduation.
Cathy loves performing and you can bet
that when she appears on stage, she's not
the only one that's going to enjoy it .
DISCOVER FRANK FURFARO
Frank Furfaro is an athlete. He has just
completed four years of high school soccer,
starting as Captain of his freshman team
and finishing as Co-captain of the '74-'75
Varsity. Patchogue coaches have consid-
ered Frank so important to the Patchogue
defense that, due to an inconsequential in-
jury, Frank missed his first few minutes late
this season . For almost four complete
years, Frank played all of every game.
Frank is an athlete; but. more important-
ly , Frank is involved with the rest of his
school . Frank has been one of the prime
moves behind the '74-'75 Red and Black.
Frank has been largely responsible for its
success, having served simultaneously as
Business Editor and Layout Editor. Fran k
has also written for the paper, and was sin-
gle-handedly responsible for the large
amounts of money raised each month from
advertising.
Frank also serves as Secretary of the Ath-
letic Association and is a member of the
Band .
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SHARON HOFFMANN
CHRISTINE HONEY
PATRICIA HOPE
DEBORAH HOUSTON
DEBRA IAROCCI
YOLANDA IASEVOLI
LAURA IEMMA
STEVEN IMMARIGEON
THOMAS HUDAK
TIMOTHY HUDAK
CHARLES HUDSON
EDWIN HUTCHENS
HUTCHENS, EDWIN
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 8th, 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1; Key
Club 1, 2; Athletic Club 1, 2, 3.
IAROCCI, DEBBIE
Volleyball Intra. 2, 4; Player's Group 2,
3: Ski Club 2;
"Roach" . . "We had a great sum-
mer" ... Jack-In-The-Box" "I live for
Friday" "Me Drunk?" ... definitely."
Baron's Regular, Bennie and the Jets
Party on! Ta No End!
JENNINGS, JIM
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Key Club 2.
JONES, DIANE
Players Group 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; WSCM 3, 4;
I'mgoing to get married and go to col-
lege for physical therapy.
SHARON HOFFMANN
CHRISTINE HONEY
PATRICIA HOPE
DEBORAH HOUSTON
DEBRA IAROCCI
YOLANDA IASEVOLI
LAURA IEMMA
STEVEN IMMARIGEON
THOMAS HUDAK
TIMOTHY HUDAK
CHARLES HUDSON
EDWIN HUTCHENS
HUTCHENS, EDWIN
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 8th, 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1; Key
Club 1, 2; Athletic Club 1, 2, 3.
IAROCCI, DEBBIE
Volleyball Intra. 2, 4; Player's Group 2,
3: Ski Club 2;
"Roach" . . "We had a great sum-
mer" ... Jack-In-The-Box" "I live for
Friday" "Me Drunk?" ... definitely."
Baron's Regular, Bennie and the Jets
Party on! Ta No End!
JENNINGS, JIM
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Key Club 2.
JONES, DIANE
Players Group 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; WSCM 3, 4;
I'mgoing to get married and go to col-
lege for physical therapy.
HUTCHENS, EDWIN
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestlirlg 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 8th, 1, 2, 3,4; Volleyball 1; Key
Club 1, 2; Athletic Club I , 2, 3.
IAROCCI , DEBBIE
Volleyball Intra. 2, 4; Player' s Group 2,
3; Ski Club 2;
" Roach " " We had a great su m-
mer " ... Jack-In-The-Box" " I live for
Friday" " Me Drunk?" definitely."
Baron's Regular, Bennie and the Jets
Party on! Ta No End!
JENNINGS, JIM
Football 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4;
Track 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Key Club 2.
JONES, DIANE
Players Group 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; WSCM 3, 4;
I'm going to get married and go to col -
lege for physical therapy.
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DEBRA IMMERSO GORDON JAMES LORRAINE JOHNSEN JOHN JONES
ANGELA IOVINO STEPHANIE JANKOWSKI DENNIS JOHNSON GLENN JORDAN
CARL IULUICCI REGINA JANUS DIANE JONES DONNA JUSTH
SCOTT JACKSON JAMES JENNINGS JANICE JONES FRANK JUZWIAK
227
I
DEBRA IMMERSO GORDON JAMES LORRAINE JOHNSEN JOHN JONES
ANGELA IOVINO STEPHANIE JANKOWSKI DENNIS JOHNSON GLENN JORDAN
CARL IULUICCI REGINA JANUS DIANE JONES DONNA JUSTH
SCOTT JACKSON JAMES JENNINGS JANICE JONES FRANK JUZWIAK
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PETER KANE ELEANOR KAHRS DONALD KANEHL FRANCES KASSNER
CRAIG KELSKEY

JOHN KELLY

SHERRY KELLMAN

WAYNE KELLER

ROBERT KASSNER
DONALD KAZMARK JR.
MICHAEL KEIFFERT
GARY KEISER
228
PETER KANE ELEANOR KAHRS DONALD KANEHL FRANCES KASSNER
CRAIG KELSKEY

JOHN KELLY

SHERRY KELLMAN

WAYNE KELLER

ROBERT KASSNER
DONALD KAZMARK JR.
MICHAEL KEIFFERT
GARY KEISER
228
KELLER, WAYNE
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Yearbook 4;
Intramurals 2, 3: D.E.C.A.
KELSKEY, CRAIG
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 1; Track 2; Wrestling Capt. 3,
4.
KNOTH, MINDY
Leo Club 3, 4 Pres.; Alchemists 4
Treas.; National Honor Society 4;
Leaders Club 3, 4; Red and Black 4;
RotaryStudent for monthof Nov.; Var.
bowling 2, 3,4; Band 1, 2.
KASSNER, FRAN
Highschool is the place to change
from a child to a mature adult, and I
can see that this change has taken
place in myself and myclassmates.
LAWRENCE KEMPJR.
MICHAEL KENNY
PETER KENTOFFIO
DIANE KIRCHMER
MINDY KNOTH
RICHARD KOSHMEIDER
JOHN KRIEGER
DEBRA KROPP
CHARLENE KRYGIER
TRACY KUHN
ASTRA KUSKIS
MARK KUSKIS
KELLER, WAYNE
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Yearbook 4;
Intramurals 2, 3: D.E.C.A.
KELSKEY, CRAIG
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 1; Track 2; Wrestling Capt. 3,
4.
KNOTH, MINDY
Leo Club 3, 4 Pres.; Alchemists 4
Treas.; National Honor Society 4;
Leaders Club 3, 4; Red and Black 4;
RotaryStudent for monthof Nov.; Var.
bowling 2, 3,4; Band 1, 2.
KASSNER, FRAN
Highschool is the place to change
from a child to a mature adult, and I
can see that this change has taken
place in myself and myclassmates.
LAWRENCE KEMPJR.
MICHAEL KENNY
PETER KENTOFFIO
DIANE KIRCHMER
MINDY KNOTH
RICHARD KOSHMEIDER
JOHN KRIEGER
DEBRA KROPP
CHARLENE KRYGIER
TRACY KUHN
ASTRA KUSKIS
MARK KUSKIS
KELLER, WAYNE
Footbal l 1; Baseball 1, 2; Yearbook 4;
Intramurals 2, 3; D.E.C.A.
KELSKEY, CRAIG
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 1; Track 2; Wrestling Capt. 3,
4.
KNOTH, MINDY
Leo Club 3, 4 Pres.; Alchemists 4
Treas. ; National Honor Society 4;
Leaders Club 3, 4; Red and Black 4;
Rotary Student for month of Nov.; Var.
bowling 2, 3,4; Band 1. 2.
KASSNER, FRAN
High school is the place to change
from a child to a mature adult, and I
can see that this change has taken
place in myself and my classmates.
WENDY LAMAKA DANIEL LAMBERTSON
VERNER LAGREGA
SUSAN LAGRANDIER
JAMES LAFEMINA
EDWARD LACROIX
GEORGE LASKARIS
DIANNA LATTANZIO
GREGG LAUGHTON
AVA LAURIA
WENDY LAMAKA DANIEL LAMBERTSON
VERNER LAGREGA
SUSAN LAGRANDIER
JAMES LAFEMINA
EDWARD LACROIX
GEORGE LASKARIS
DIANNA LATTANZIO
GREGG LAUGHTON
AVA LAURIA
LASKARIS, GEORGE
Soccer 1; Gymnastics 2; Volleyball 1;
Key Club 4.
LEVINE, ELLEN
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2;
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4 Sec.; Honor Socie-
ty 3. 4 Treas.; Home RoomRep. 3;
Show's dancing chorus 4; Yearbook
staff (sales) 4.
LISA LAVALLE
STEPHANIE LAWSON
KATHEEN LEE
JOHN LENTO
MARK LENTO
LYNN LESSER
ELLEN LEVINE
MARIE LEWIS
LASKARIS, GEORGE
Soccer 1; Gymnastics 2; Volleyball 1;
Key Club 4.
LEVINE, ELLEN
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2;
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4 Sec.; Honor Socie-
ty 3. 4 Treas.; Home RoomRep. 3;
Show's dancing chorus 4; Yearbook
staff (sales) 4.
LISA LAVALLE
STEPHANIE LAWSON
KATHEEN LEE
JOHN LENTO
MARK LENTO
LYNN LESSER
ELLEN LEVINE
MARIE LEWIS
LASKARIS, GEORGE
Soccer 1; Gymnastics 2; Volleyball 1;
Key Club 4.
LEVINE, ELLEN
Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2;
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4 Sec.; Honor Socie-
ty 3, 4 Treas.; Home Room Rep. 3;
Show' s dancing chorus 4; Yearbook
staff (sales) 4.
LEWIS, TOBI
The sun is rising, to light the sky and
fill the air with warmth.
LIGUORI, DEBBIE
D.E.C.A. 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Stage Band
2, Anchor Club 2, Ski Club 2.
"Links or What", "Da Bears".
LOLLIS, CATHY-LOU
Players Group 2,3,4 Treas.: WSCM; Red
and Black; Library Club.
All the world's a stage; don't be a prop,
be a character.
LOPEZ, MARGARITA
High school has prepared me for the
future, and how to deal with other
people around me. It has also made
me aware of things.
LOSCHIAVO, CATHY
As I leave Patchogue High School, en-
tering Dowling College, I cherish the
memories of my teachers who have
guided me along the road to success.
MAJESKI, PATTI
Future: interested in medicine. Funny
as it seems I've had a great time: a
great deal was getting to know
everyone.
TOBI LEWIS
VICKI LEWIS
MICHAEL LICCIARDELLO
DEBBIE LIGUORI
JOHN LIGUORI
LORRIE LO CASTRO
BARBARA LOGUE
CATHY LOU LOLLIS
RINETTE LONG
MARGARITA LOPEZ
CATHY ANN LO SCHIAVO
SANDRA LOWELL
LEWIS, TOBI
The sun is rising, to light the sky and
fill the air with warmth.
LIGUORI, DEBBIE
D.E.C.A. 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Stage Band
2, Anchor Club 2, Ski Club 2.
"Links or What", "Da Bears".
LOLLIS, CATHY-LOU
Players Group 2,3,4 Treas.: WSCM; Red
and Black; Library Club.
All the world's a stage; don't be a prop,
be a character.
LOPEZ, MARGARITA
High school has prepared me for the
future, and how to deal with other
people around me. It has also made
me aware of things.
LOSCHIAVO, CATHY
As I leave Patchogue High School, en-
tering Dowling College, I cherish the
memories of my teachers who have
guided me along the road to success.
MAJESKI, PATTI
Future: interested in medicine. Funny
as it seems I've had a great time: a
great deal was getting to know
everyone.
TOBI LEWIS
VICKI LEWIS
MICHAEL LICCIARDELLO
DEBBIE LIGUORI
JOHN LIGUORI
LORRIE LO CASTRO
BARBARA LOGUE
CATHY LOU LOLLIS
RINETTE LONG
MARGARITA LOPEZ
CATHY ANN LO SCHIAVO
SANDRA LOWELL
LEWIS, TOBI
The sun is rising, to light the sky and
fill the air with warmth.
LIGUORI, DEBBIE
D.E.CA 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Stage Band
2, Anchor Club 2, Ski Club 2.
" Links or What ", " Da Bears".
LOLLIS, CATHY-LOU
Players Group 2,3,4 Treas.; WSCM; Red
and Black; Library Club.
All the wor ld's a stage; don't be a prop.
be a character.
LOPEZ, MARGARITA
High school has prepared me for the
futu re, and how to deal with other
people around me. It has also made
me aware of things.
LOSCHIAVO, CATHY
As I leave Patchogue High School , en-
tering Dowling College, I cherish the
memories of my teachers who have
guided me along the road to success,
MAJESKI, PATTI
Future: interested in medicine. Funny
as it seems I've had a great time: a
great deal was getting to know
everyone.
MICHAEL LUCIA ROBERT LUM
JEFFERY MAGGIO

PATRICIA MAJESKI

WALTER LURZ

BRIAN LUTZ
CHARLES LYNCH

JAMES LYNCH
NICHOLAS LYNCH

BARBRA MACDONALD
SUSAN MAKOFSKY

MICHAEL MANCUSO
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MICHAEL LUCIA ROBERT LUM
JEFFERY MAGGIO

PATRICIA MAJESKI

WALTER LURZ

BRIAN LUTZ
CHARLES LYNCH

JAMES LYNCH
NICHOLAS LYNCH

BARBRA MACDONALD
SUSAN MAKOFSKY

MICHAEL MANCUSO
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BARBARA MANGOGNA DOREEN MANIACI
PAUL MARIBOE ROCCO MARASCO KATHLEEN MANNING
ROSEMARIE MANNINO
DOROTHY MARANO
JOSEPH MARANO
MARKOWITZ, HELENE
Field Hockey 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
Band 1; Leo Club 4; Players Grup 1, 2;
Patchogue U.S.Y. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.U.S.Y.
World Jewry, Chairman 4; Who's Who
73-74.
MARS, CAROL
Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Volleyball (Var.) 2;
Leo Club 2, 4; Student Council 1.
"Life is what you make it"
"Smile, things could be
worse!"
1973-74 One wonderful year in Brazil!;
Softball 1.
MASEM, KATHY
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 3, 4; Leo
Club 3, 4; School Play 3, 4; Pit Band 3.
BARBARA MANGOGNA DOREEN MANIACI
PAUL MARIBOE ROCCO MARASCO KATHLEEN MANNING
ROSEMARIE MANNINO
DOROTHY MARANO
JOSEPH MARANO
MARKOWITZ, HELENE
Field Hockey 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
Band 1; Leo Club 4; Players Grup 1, 2;
Patchogue U.S.Y. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.U.S.Y.
World Jewry, Chairman 4; Who's Who
73-74.
MARS, CAROL
Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Volleyball (Var.) 2;
Leo Club 2, 4; Student Council 1.
"Life is what you make it"
"Smile, things could be
worse!"
1973-74 One wonderful year in Brazil!;
Softball 1.
MASEM, KATHY
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 3, 4; Leo
Club 3, 4; School Play 3, 4; Pit Band 3.
MARKOWITZ, HELENE
Field Hockey 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
Band 1; Leo Club 4; Players Grup 1, 2;
Patchogue U.S.Y. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.U.S.Y.
World Jewry, Chairman 4; Who' s Who
73-74.
MARS, CAROL
Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Volleyball (Var.) 2;
Leo Club 2, 4; Student Council 1.
" Life is what you make it "
" Smile, things could be
worse! "
1973-74 One wonderful year in Brazil! ;
Softball 1.
MASEM, KATHY
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 3, 4; Leo
Club 3, 4; School Play 3, 4; Pit Band 3.
KENNETH HELENE MARKOWITZ
MARLBOROUGH
MARYLYNN MARONEY
DANIEL MARRAN
CAROL MARS
KATHLEEN MASEM
JOSEPH MASIELLO JEAN MATEJKA
KENNETH HELENE MARKOWITZ
MARLBOROUGH
MARYLYNN MARONEY
DANIEL MARRAN
CAROL MARS
KATHLEEN MASEM
JOSEPH MASIELLO JEAN MATEJKA
1
ROBERT MATTY JOHN MC CAHEY JAMES MC GARTHY LAUREEN MC PEAK
LOUIS MAZARAKIS GEORGE MC CROY KATHLEEN MC GEADY JENNY MEDINA
SANTO MAllOLA DARLENE MC DERMED PATRICK MC KENNA MARIE MEDITZ
MARIE MC CABE PAUL MC FARLANE ROBERT MC MANN DOREEN MESSINA
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ROBERT MATTY JOHN MC CAHEY JAMES MC GARTHY LAUREEN MC PEAK
LOUIS MAZARAKIS GEORGE MC CROY KATHLEEN MC GEADY JENNY MEDINA
SANTO MAllOLA DARLENE MC DERMED PATRICK MC KENNA MARIE MEDITZ
MARIE MC CABE PAUL MC FARLANE ROBERT MC MANN DOREEN MESSINA
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MCFARLANE, PAUL
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Red and Black
Sports; Editor 3, 4; School Show3;
Senior show2, 3, 4; Band1, 2, 3, 4;
Orchestra1, 2. 3, 4; Hockey intramur-
als 4; Basketball intr. 4.
MCGEADY, KATHY
Cheerleading 1; FreshmanSecretary
1; Volleyball 1, 2.
MCKENNA, PATRICK
Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 2, 4; Chorus 1; Honor Society 3,
4: RedandBlack Editor 3, 4; Athletic
Assoc. 2, 3, 4; Rotary Student of
Month; Senior Show4.
MEYER, JAYE
Tennis Club1; Softball team1; Band1;
Ski Club2; Leo Club2; Anchor Club3;
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook sales
4.
MISCHO, BRIAN
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Soccer 1;
Ski Club2, 3, 4.
MONIDIS, ANNETTE
Ski Club 1, 2, 4; Anchor Club 3, 4:
"Charlie Brown", "Mame", "Hello
Dolly", "Carousel"
CAROL ANN MEYER ROBERT MEYER
JAYE MEYER JANICE MEYERRIECKS

FRANK MICELOTTA
BRIAN MISCHO
GEORGE MODICA
ANNETTE MONIDIS

MCFARLANE, PAUL
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Red and Black
Sports; Editor 3, 4; School Show3;
Senior show2, 3, 4; Band1, 2, 3, 4;
Orchestra1, 2. 3, 4; Hockey intramur-
als 4; Basketball intr. 4.
MCGEADY, KATHY
Cheerleading 1; FreshmanSecretary
1; Volleyball 1, 2.
MCKENNA, PATRICK
Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 2, 4; Chorus 1; Honor Society 3,
4: RedandBlack Editor 3, 4; Athletic
Assoc. 2, 3, 4; Rotary Student of
Month; Senior Show4.
MEYER, JAYE
Tennis Club1; Softball team1; Band1;
Ski Club2; Leo Club2; Anchor Club3;
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook sales
4.
MISCHO, BRIAN
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Soccer 1;
Ski Club2, 3, 4.
MONIDIS, ANNETTE
Ski Club 1, 2, 4; Anchor Club 3, 4:
"Charlie Brown", "Mame", "Hello
Dolly", "Carousel"
CAROL ANN MEYER ROBERT MEYER
JAYE MEYER JANICE MEYERRIECKS

FRANK MICELOTTA
BRIAN MISCHO
GEORGE MODICA
ANNETTE MONIDIS

MCFARLANE, PAUL
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Red and Black
Sports; Editor 3, 4; School Show 3;
Senior show 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4;
Orchestra 1, 2,3,4; Hockey intramur-
als 4; Basketball intr. 4.
MCGEADY, KATHY
Cheerleading 1; Freshman Secretary
1; Volleyball 1, 2,
MCKENNA, PATRICK
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4;
Track 2, 4; Chorus 1; Honor Society 3,
4; Red and Black Editor 3, 4; Athleti c
Assoc. 2, 3, 4 ; Rotary Student of
Month; Senior Show 4.
MEYER, JAYE
Tennis Club 1; Softball team 1; Band 1;
Ski Club 2; Leo Club 2; Anchor Club 3;
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook sales
4.
MISCHO, BRIAN
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Soccer 1;
Ski Club 2, 3, 4.
MONIDIS, ANNETTE
Ski Club 1. 2, 4; Anchor Club 3, 4:
" Char li e Brown " , " Mame", " Hello
Dolly", " Carousel "
MORELLINO, MICHAEL
Tennis 1; Wrestling 1, 2; Football 1;
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Golf 2.
MURPHY, LYNN
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1; Tennis
1; Track 1; Pep Club 1.
NAGY, DEBORAH ANN
I've met a lot of true friends in school.
and I hope we can stay in touch after
we're out.
NEMSCHICK, MARY
Volleyball intramurals 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball intramurals 1, 2, 3; Hockey intra-
murals 2; Big Sister 4; Ping Pong intra-
murals 3; Bowling intramurals 2.
NEUBECK, DIANE
Many people march to the beat of the
same drummer, some hear the beat of
a different drummer, but I don't hear
any drums.
LYNN MURPHY
DEBRA MYERS
DEBORAH NAGY
JONI NEGRON
JESSE MORANTI
MICHAEL MORELLINO
JO ANN MORRIS
STEVEN MURCH
SHEILA NEGRON
RAYMOND NEIGH LEY
KATHLEEN NEIL
MARGARETNEMSCHICK
MORELLINO, MICHAEL
Tennis 1; Wrestling 1, 2; Football 1;
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Golf 2.
MURPHY, LYNN
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1; Tennis
1; Track 1; Pep Club 1.
NAGY, DEBORAH ANN
I've met a lot of true friends in school.
and I hope we can stay in touch after
we're out.
NEMSCHICK, MARY
Volleyball intramurals 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball intramurals 1, 2, 3; Hockey intra-
murals 2; Big Sister 4; Ping Pong intra-
murals 3; Bowling intramurals 2.
NEUBECK, DIANE
Many people march to the beat of the
same drummer, some hear the beat of
a different drummer, but I don't hear
any drums.
LYNN MURPHY
DEBRA MYERS
DEBORAH NAGY
JONI NEGRON
JESSE MORANTI
MICHAEL MORELLINO
JO ANN MORRIS
STEVEN MURCH
SHEILA NEGRON
RAYMOND NEIGH LEY
KATHLEEN NEIL
MARGARETNEMSCHICK
MORELLI NO, MICHAEL
Tennis 1; Wrestling 1, 2; Football 1;
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Golf 2.
MURPHY, LYNN
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1; Tennis
1; Track 1; Pep Club l.
NAGY, DEBORAH ANN
I've met a lot of true friends in school,
and I hope we can stay in touch after
we're out.
NEMSCHICK, MARY
Volleyball intramurals 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball intramurals 1. 2, 3; Hockey intra-
murals 2; Big Sister 4; Ping Pong intra-
murals 3: Bowling intramurals 2.
NEUBECK, DIANE
Many people march to the beat of the
same drummer, some hear the beat of
a different drummer, but I don't hear
any drums.
MARY NEMSCHICK
DIANE NEUBECK
NANCY NICASTRO
CAROLINE NICOLOSI
CATHERINE NOIA
ELLEN NOLAN
MARION O'BRIEN
DOREEN O'CAME
DEBORAH OLIVERI
MARY NEMSCHICK
DIANE NEUBECK
NANCY NICASTRO
CAROLINE NICOLOSI
CATHERINE NOIA
ELLEN NOLAN
MARION O'BRIEN
DOREEN O'CAME
DEBORAH OLIVERI
OLSON, JAMES
My high school years were rewarding.
During these years I became a Chris-
tian, no thanks to the school. That was
the most important thing I will ever do.
O'NEILL, PAUL
"The Root"
PADUANO, LENNY
Barry White ... Little DoobieKlinkdito
White ... "Youtake credit for every-
thing I do" ... "Youknowyouwant to
be with me" ... Knobrash
Squeeeggeee.
PAIXAO, HAROLD
High school has taught me to get
along in life.
PARASCHOS, VICKIE
High school has taught me too many
things to list.
POULOS, JOHN
Remember to smile when you're feel-
ing blue and the day will smile at you.
TIM OLMS
DEBRA OLSEN
JAMES OLSON
PAUL O'NEILL
PHILLIP OROBELLO
LEONARDPADUANO
LUZ PAEZ
HAROLDPAIXAO
DONNA PALAZZO
TERRI PALERMO
VICKIE PARASCHOS
JODI PATANJO
OLSON, JAMES
My high school years were rewarding.
During these years I became a Chris-
tian, no thanks to the school. That was
the most important thing I will ever do.
O'NEILL, PAUL
"The Root"
PADUANO, LENNY
Barry White ... Little DoobieKlinkdito
White ... "Youtake credit for every-
thing I do" ... "Youknowyouwant to
be with me" ... Knobrash
Squeeeggeee.
PAIXAO, HAROLD
High school has taught me to get
along in life.
PARASCHOS, VICKIE
High school has taught me too many
things to list.
POULOS, JOHN
Remember to smile when you're feel-
ing blue and the day will smile at you.
TIM OLMS
DEBRA OLSEN
JAMES OLSON
PAUL O'NEILL
PHILLIP OROBELLO
LEONARDPADUANO
LUZ PAEZ
HAROLDPAIXAO
DONNA PALAZZO
TERRI PALERMO
VICKIE PARASCHOS
JODI PATANJO
OLSON, JAMES
My high school years were rewarding.
During these years I became a Chris-
tian, no thanks to the school. That was
the most important thing I will ever do.
O' NEILL, PAUL
"The Root "
PADUANO, LENNY
Barry White . Little Doobie Klinkdito
White " You take credit for every-
thing I do" ... " You know you want to
be with me " Knobrash
Sq ueeeggeee.
PAIXAO, HAROLD
High school has taught me to get
along in life.
PARASCHOS, VICKIE
High school has taught me too many
things to li st.
POULOS, JOHN
Remember to smile when you ' re feel-
ing blue and the day will smile at you.
HELENA PERCHE DENISE PHELAN CHARLES PILGER ARLENE PITILON
MARYANNE PERRY ROBERT PHELAN KENNETH PINK JOSEPH PONTIERI
NOREEN PETERS PAUL PICCOLO
KATHLEEN PINO NANCY POOLE
DEBRA PFEIFER DONALD PIERNO
CHERRYL PISAPIA DEBORAH PORFERT
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HELENA PERCHE DENISE PHELAN CHARLES PILGER ARLENE PITILON
MARYANNE PERRY ROBERT PHELAN KENNETH PINK JOSEPH PONTIERI
NOREEN PETERS PAUL PICCOLO
KATHLEEN PINO NANCY POOLE
DEBRA PFEIFER DONALD PIERNO
CHERRYL PISAPIA DEBORAH PORFERT
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JOSE RAMOS DEBORAH REICH
JOHN POULOS
RAPHAEL POULOS
MICHAEL PRESTANO
MICHAEL PREVITI
FRANK PUGLIA
WILLIAM QUICK
LANCE RAFFE
JAMES RAIMONDI
JOAN RANDALL DEBRA REILLY
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JOSE RAMOS DEBORAH REICH
JOHN POULOS
RAPHAEL POULOS
MICHAEL PRESTANO
MICHAEL PREVITI
FRANK PUGLIA
WILLIAM QUICK
LANCE RAFFE
JAMES RAIMONDI
JOAN RANDALL DEBRA REILLY
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RALPH REINCKENS
JUDITH REITMAN
DENISE RENDINE
CAROL RICCIARDELLO
RONNIE ROBINSON
STEPHEN ROCHE
KAREN RODE
MAURA RODEFELD
ROBERT RIZZI
PATRICIA ROARTY
KATHLEEN'ROBB
PETER ROBINSON
REICH, DEBBIE
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4;
Players Group 1, 2, 3, 4.
REITMAN, JUDY
Above all, school has influenced me to
be an individual. I have seen people
lose their individuality. Once that is
gone, there is nothing left.
ROBB, KATE
Seton Hall 1, 2, 3 ... Social Director
Kate Robb Johnson ... Canadian
Runaround "no problem" ... E.P.A.
Bud (dies) .. Superstar ... Colour My
World .. St. Anthony's Men . The
Hobbit ... "Twisted"
ROBINSON, RONNIE
Soccer 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4.
RALPH REINCKENS
JUDITH REITMAN
DENISE RENDINE
CAROL RICCIARDELLO
RONNIE ROBINSON
STEPHEN ROCHE
KAREN RODE
MAURA RODEFELD
ROBERT RIZZI
PATRICIA ROARTY
KATHLEEN'ROBB
PETER ROBINSON
REICH, DEBBIE
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4;
Players Group 1, 2, 3, 4.
REITMAN, JUDY
Above all, school has influenced me to
be an individual. I have seen people
lose their individuality. Once that is
gone, there is nothing left.
ROBB, KATE
Seton Hall 1, 2, 3 ... Social Director
Kate Robb Johnson ... Canadian
Runaround "no problem" ... E.P.A.
Bud (dies) .. Superstar ... Colour My
World .. St. Anthony's Men . The
Hobbit ... "Twisted"
ROBINSON, RONNIE
Soccer 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4.
REICH, DEBBIE
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4;
Players Group 1, 2, 3,4.
REITMAN, JUDY
Above all, school has influenced me to
be an individual. I have seen people
lose their individuality. Once that is
gone, there is nothing left .
ROBB,KATE
Seton Hall 1, 2, 3 .. Social Director
Kate Robb Johnson Canadian
Runaround "no problem" E.P.A.
Bud (dies) . .. Superstar .. Colour My
World St. Anthony's Men ... The
Hobbit ... " Twisted"
ROBINSON, RONNIE
Soccer 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4.
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ALICIA RODRIGUEZ
BARBARA ROGERS
JAMES ROGERS
MICHAEL ROGERS
KEVIN ROONEY
JUDITH ROSAIA
MARGARET ROSE
SUSAN ROSNER
THOMAS ROGERS
DENNIS ROMAN
DONALD ROMARD
DENISE ROONEY
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ALICIA RODRIGUEZ
BARBARA ROGERS
JAMES ROGERS
MICHAEL ROGERS
KEVIN ROONEY
JUDITH ROSAIA
MARGARET ROSE
SUSAN ROSNER
THOMAS ROGERS
DENNIS ROMAN
DONALD ROMARD
DENISE ROONEY
MATHEW ROSSO

LINDA RUSSEL
VICTORIA RUDTKE

PATRICIA RUSSO
EDWARD RUGGIERO

PETER RUSSO
MIKE RUMORE

STEPHANIE RUSSO
ROBERTA SADOFSKY
EUGENE SAIS
DEBORAH SANBORN
JENIFER SANNA
ROGERS, BARBARA
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Player's
Group 4.
ROMARD, DONALD
I have enjoyed my three years here
at P-M High. I have learned more than
your basic English, Social Studies, etc.
I have learned to make friends in the
world.
RUDTKE, VICKI
Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1; Softball 1, 2;
Field Hockey 2; Alchemist Club 4.
RUSSELL, LINDA
Player's Group 2, 3, 4; Leader's Club 2,
3, 4; School Play 2, 3, 4.
RUSSO, PATRICIA
I will always remember the fun I've
had in learning and experiences I have
shared with my friends.
RUSSO, STEPHANIE
Glee Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 3; School
Play 3, 4.
SADOFSKY. ROBERTA
The memories of the friendships
made during my high school years will
stay with me always.
SANNA, JENIFER
Speech and Debate 1, 2; Track 1, 2;
Ambition: To learn to spell!
MATHEW ROSSO

LINDA RUSSEL
VICTORIA RUDTKE

PATRICIA RUSSO
EDWARD RUGGIERO

PETER RUSSO
MIKE RUMORE

STEPHANIE RUSSO
ROBERTA SADOFSKY
EUGENE SAIS
DEBORAH SANBORN
JENIFER SANNA
ROGERS, BARBARA
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Player's
Group 4.
ROMARD, DONALD
I have enjoyed my three years here
at P-M High. I have learned more than
your basic English, Social Studies, etc.
I have learned to make friends in the
world.
RUDTKE, VICKI
Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1; Softball 1, 2;
Field Hockey 2; Alchemist Club 4.
RUSSELL, LINDA
Player's Group 2, 3, 4; Leader's Club 2,
3, 4; School Play 2, 3, 4.
RUSSO, PATRICIA
I will always remember the fun I've
had in learning and experiences I have
shared with my friends.
RUSSO, STEPHANIE
Glee Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 3; School
Play 3, 4.
SADOFSKY. ROBERTA
The memories of the friendships
made during my high school years will
stay with me always.
SANNA, JENIFER
Speech and Debate 1, 2; Track 1, 2;
Ambition: To learn to spell!
ROGERS, BARBARA
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Player' s
Group 4.
ROMARD, DONALD
I have enjoyed my three years here
at P-M High. I have learned more than
your basic English, Social Studies, etc.
I have learned to make friends 'in the
world.
RUDTKE, VICKI
Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1; Softball 1, 2;
Field Hockey 2; Alchemist Club 4.
RUSSELL, LINDA
Player' s Group 2, 3, 4; Leader's Club 2,
3, 4; School Play 2, 3, 4.
RUSSO, PATRICIA
I will always remember the fun I've
had in learning and experiences I have
shared with my friends.
RUSSO, STEPHANIE
Glee Club I , 2; Field Hockey 3; School
Play 3, 4.
SADOFSKY, ROBERTA
The memories of the friendships
made during my high school years will
stay with me always.
SANNA, JENIFER
Speech and Debate I , 2; Track I , 2;
Ambition: To learn to spell!
ANGELO SANTANA KAREN SCHENKEL JAMES SCHOUTEN DANA SCOTTO
ANTHONY SATORNINO ROBERT SCHENKEL LINDA SCHRAGE JUDI SEARLES
ANTHONY SAVINO CARL SCHIOVONE KAREN SCHWARZSCHILD SANDI SEARLES
MARIALANA SAVINO JANET SCHNEBLY DIANE SCIBELLI MAUREEN SEELEY
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ANGELO SANTANA KAREN SCHENKEL JAMES SCHOUTEN DANA SCOTTO
ANTHONY SATORNINO ROBERT SCHENKEL LINDA SCHRAGE JUDI SEARLES
ANTHONY SAVINO CARL SCHIOVONE KAREN SCHWARZSCHILD SANDI SEARLES
MARIALANA SAVINO JANET SCHNEBLY DIANE SCIBELLI MAUREEN SEELEY
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SCHWARZSCHILD, KAREN
High school has been an asset to me
in many ways. It has given me a better
understanding of people and the world
around me.
SCHNEBLY, JANET
High school has been a rewarding
experience, in learning and making
friends. I will remember it always.
SCOTT, JAMES
If it is true that we learn from our
mistakes, then I've learned my share.
SIEPMANN, SUE
High school has brought me in tune
with what I want out of life. Best of
luck to all the people I met here.
SINKOFF, DAN
High school has taught me to un-
derstand what is needed to survive in
society and living with my fellow man.
It has been very rewarding.
DIANE SELKIRK
MICHAEL SENESE
PETER SFOGLIA JR.
KEITH SHAFANDA
PAUL SHANNON
KATHLEEN SHERWOOD
LOUIS SIEGEL
SUSAN SIEPMANN
HENRY SILIATI
GEORGENE SINDT
MARY SINIWA
DANIEL SINKOFF
SCHWARZSCHILD, KAREN
High school has been an asset to me
in many ways. It has given me a better
understanding of people and the world
around me.
SCHNEBLY, JANET
High school has been a rewarding
experience, in learning and making
friends. I will remember it always.
SCOTT, JAMES
If it is true that we learn from our
mistakes, then I've learned my share.
SIEPMANN, SUE
High school has brought me in tune
with what I want out of life. Best of
luck to all the people I met here.
SINKOFF, DAN
High school has taught me to un-
derstand what is needed to survive in
society and living with my fellow man.
It has been very rewarding.
DIANE SELKIRK
MICHAEL SENESE
PETER SFOGLIA JR.
KEITH SHAFANDA
PAUL SHANNON
KATHLEEN SHERWOOD
LOUIS SIEGEL
SUSAN SIEPMANN
HENRY SILIATI
GEORGENE SINDT
MARY SINIWA
DANIEL SINKOFF
SCHWARZSCHILD, KAREN
High school has been an asset to me
in many ways. It has given me a better
understanding of people and the world
around me.
SCHNEBLY, JANET
High school has been a rewarding
experience, in l earning and making
friends. I wil l remember it always.
SCOTT, JAMES
If it is true that we learn from our
mistakes, then I've learned my share.
SIEPMANN, SUE
High school has brought me in tune
with what I want out of I ife. Best of
luck to all the people I met here.
SINKOFF, DAN
High school has taught me to un-
derstand what is needed to survive in
society and living with my fellow man.
It has been very rewarding.
SLOVENSKY, WENDY
Leaders Club 3, 4; Volleyball intramur-
als 4; Future Nurses Club 4.
SMITH, GERALD
. life isn't a problem to be
solved, but an experience to be lived."
DOLORES SMITH
GERALD SMITH
MARY SMITH
ROBIN SMITHWICK
JOHN SIRIANNI
KENNETH SLOVAK
WENDY SLOVENSKY
RONALD SMALLING
CYNTHIA SOHL
DONNA SORADY
PETER SPEEDLING
ANTHONY SPEELMAN
SLOVENSKY, WENDY
Leaders Club 3, 4; Volleyball intramur-
als 4; Future Nurses Club 4.
SMITH, GERALD
. life isn't a problem to be
solved, but an experience to be lived."
DOLORES SMITH
GERALD SMITH
MARY SMITH
ROBIN SMITHWICK
JOHN SIRIANNI
KENNETH SLOVAK
WENDY SLOVENSKY
RONALD SMALLING
CYNTHIA SOHL
DONNA SORADY
PETER SPEEDLING
ANTHONY SPEELMAN
SLOVENSKY, WENDY
Leaders Club 3, 4; Volleyball intramur-
als 4; Future Nurses Club 4.
SMITH, GERALD
life isn't a problem to be
solved, but an experience to be lived."
WILLIAM STAPLES
BETH STELLING
DONNA STIRIZ
LORI STOCKMAR
JAMES STOLWORTHY
JILL STOOP
DEBRA STRIANO
SUSAN STRUMLAUF
WILLIAM STAPLES
BETH STELLING
DONNA STIRIZ
LORI STOCKMAR
JAMES STOLWORTHY
JILL STOOP
DEBRA STRIANO
SUSAN STRUMLAUF
DISCOVER CELESTE HERNANDEZ
Celeste Hernandez makes a lot of sense.
She feels that we've all got to get out and
meet new people. Celeste believes that
meeting people makes for a more interest-
ing life. And judging from the type of life
Celeste leads, she's met more than her
share.
How do you get the chance to make new
friends? "By getting involved," says Celeste.
And she knows how. Miss Hernandez has
appeared in many school plays including
Mame. She's also an active member of this
school's Player's Group. She loves to play a
part to its fullest extent. "It's a great way to
understand how other people think and
act," she says.
Celeste will attend college next fall. In
college, Miss Hernandez plans to study
Spanish and take courses in bi-lingual edu-
cation. One day She'll use her bi-lingual
abilities professionally, possibly working as
translator at the United Nations.
Celeste Hernandez has great plans for
herself, and with her attitude and abilities,
no doubt they'll work out.
DISCOVER JIM OLSON
Jim Olson is a truly remarkable person
Aside from being one of the top students in
this country, Jim is also one of the most
compassionate, truthful and helpful individ-
uals around. He has provided a model for
many students here at Patchogue-Medford.
Jim Olson is truly exceptional in yet an-
other way. He has made his faith the most
important concern in his life. Drinking alco-
hol heavily can stem from one's inability to
cope with "real-life" situations. Is an in-
tense closeness with one's religion also a
cop-out? "The answer is production," says
Jim. Someone who truly believes in God is
doing something emotionally, spiritually
and intellectually beneficial for himself. Jim
also believes that he has a responsibility to
mankind, and will always do things for oth-
ers. But the alcohol user simply destroys his
physical health, sometimes his mind, and
often his family. Clearly, Jim Olson has
found a way to live in our confused and
puzzling world.
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DISCOVER CELESTE HERNANDEZ
Celeste Hernandez makes a lot of sense.
She feels that we've all got to get out and
meet new people. Celeste believes that
meeting people makes for a more interest-
ing life. And judging from the type of life
Celeste leads, she's met more than her
share.
How do you get the chance to make new
friends? "By getting involved," says Celeste.
And she knows how. Miss Hernandez has
appeared in many school plays including
Mame. She's also an active member of this
school's Player's Group. She loves to play a
part to its fullest extent. "It's a great way to
understand how other people think and
act," she says.
Celeste will attend college next fall. In
college, Miss Hernandez plans to study
Spanish and take courses in bi-lingual edu-
cation. One day She'll use her bi-lingual
abilities professionally, possibly working as
translator at the United Nations.
Celeste Hernandez has great plans for
herself, and with her attitude and abilities,
no doubt they'll work out.
DISCOVER JIM OLSON
Jim Olson is a truly remarkable person
Aside from being one of the top students in
this country, Jim is also one of the most
compassionate, truthful and helpful individ-
uals around. He has provided a model for
many students here at Patchogue-Medford.
Jim Olson is truly exceptional in yet an-
other way. He has made his faith the most
important concern in his life. Drinking alco-
hol heavily can stem from one's inability to
cope with "real-life" situations. Is an in-
tense closeness with one's religion also a
cop-out? "The answer is production," says
Jim. Someone who truly believes in God is
doing something emotionally, spiritually
and intellectually beneficial for himself. Jim
also believes that he has a responsibility to
mankind, and will always do things for oth-
ers. But the alcohol user simply destroys his
physical health, sometimes his mind, and
often his family. Clearly, Jim Olson has
found a way to live in our confused and
puzzling world.
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DISCOVER CELESTE HERNANDEZ
Celeste Hernandez makes a lot of sense.
She feels that we've all got to get out and
meet new people. Celeste believes that
meeting people makes for a more interest-
ing life. And judging from the type of life
Celeste leads, she' s met more than her
share.
How do you get the chance to make new
friends? "By getting involved," says Celeste.
And she knows how. Miss Hernandez has
appeared in many school plays including
Marne. She's also an active member of this
school's Player's Group. She loves to playa
part to its fullest extent. " It's a great way to
understand how other people think and
act," she says.
Celeste will attend college next fall. In
college, Miss Hernandez plans to study
Spanish and take courses in bi-lingual edu-
cation. One day She'll use her bi-lingual
abilities professionally, possibly working as
translator at the Un ited Nations .
Celeste Hernandez has great plans for
herself, and with her attitude and abilities,
no doubt they'll work out.
DISCOVER JIM OLSON
Jim Olson is a truly remarkable person
Aside from being one of the top students in
this country, Jim is also one of the most
compassionate, truthful and helpful individ-
uals around. He has provided a model for
many students here at Patchogue-Medford.
Jim Olson is truly exceptional in yet an-
other way. He has made his faith the most
important concern in his life. Drinking alco-
hol heavily can stem from one's inability to
cope with "real-life" situations. Is an in-
tense closeness with one's religion also a
cop-out? "The answer is production," says
Jim. Someone who truly believes in God is
doing something emotionally , spiritually
and intellectually beneficial for himself . Jim
also believes that he has a responsibility to
mankind, and will always do things for oth-
ers. But the alcohol user simply destroys his
physical health, sometimes his mind, and
often his family. Clearly, Jim Olson has
found a way to live in our confused and
puzzling world .
STUART-HOUSTON, HOWARD
Band 1,2,3,4 DrumMajor 3,4 Chorus
1,3 Orchestra 3,4 Stage Band 1,2,3.4
Leo Club 3,4 Pit band 3 Alchemist Club
3,4 N. Patchogue Fire Dept. Band 2nd
place L.I. Science Congress
TAMBORELLO, SIOUX
Cheerleading 1,2 Junior Class Presi-
dent F.B.L. A. President F.B.L.A. 2,3.
HOWARD STUART- MARK SULLIVAN MICHAEL TARANTINO
HOUSTON PAMELA SVIHURA STEVEN TASKER
ROBERT STUMPO JONI SZTORCBRUCE TERRY
MADELINE STUMPP SUSAN TAMBORELLO WILLIAMTHIEBEN
KATHLEEN SULLIVAN
STUART-HOUSTON, HOWARD
Band 1,2,3,4 DrumMajor 3,4 Chorus
1,3 Orchestra 3,4 Stage Band 1,2,3.4
Leo Club 3,4 Pit band 3 Alchemist Club
3,4 N. Patchogue Fire Dept. Band 2nd
place L.I. Science Congress
TAMBORELLO, SIOUX
Cheerleading 1,2 Junior Class Presi-
dent F.B.L. A. President F.B.L.A. 2,3.
HOWARD STUART- MARK SULLIVAN MICHAEL TARANTINO
HOUSTON PAMELA SVIHURA STEVEN TASKER
ROBERT STUMPO JONI SZTORCBRUCE TERRY
MADELINE STUMPP SUSAN TAMBORELLO WILLIAMTHIEBEN
KATHLEEN SULLIVAN
STUART-HOUSTON. HOWARD
Band 1.2.3.4 Drum Major 3.4 Chorus
1.3 Orchestra 3.4 Stage Band 1.2.3.4
Leo Club 3.4 Pit band 3 Alchemist Club
3.4 N. Patchogue Fire Dept. Band 2nd
place L.I. Science Congress
TAM BORELLO. SIOUX
Cheerleading 1.2 Junior Class Presi -
dent F.B.L. A. President F.B.L.A. 2.3.
KENNETH TULLY
JOSEPHINE TURK
PATRICIA TYRKA
LINDA VACCHIANO
DALE TILLMAN
MARJORY TONER
PHILLIP TORCHIA
MARYLANE TOSCANO
DIANE VALENTI
BARBARA VAN CAESEELE
DANIEL VAN DEN BERGH
SUSAN VAN
VALKENBURGH
TORCHIA, PHILL
Football 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1.
VALENTI, DIANE
High school has been very reward-
ing to me because it has opened new
doors. Through these years I have
learned more about myself and oth-
ers.
VAN VALKENBURGH, SUSAN
"Happiness is as big as a dreamthat
comes true, and as small as just doing
what we like to do."
WAGNER, EDWARD
Football 2, 3; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4.
Motto: Don't do today what you can
put off until tomorrow.
KENNETH TULLY
JOSEPHINE TURK
PATRICIA TYRKA
LINDA VACCHIANO
DALE TILLMAN
MARJORY TONER
PHILLIP TORCHIA
MARYLANE TOSCANO
DIANE VALENTI
BARBARA VAN CAESEELE
DANIEL VAN DEN BERGH
SUSAN VAN
VALKENBURGH
TORCHIA, PHILL
Football 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1.
VALENTI, DIANE
High school has been very reward-
ing to me because it has opened new
doors. Through these years I have
learned more about myself and oth-
ers.
VAN VALKENBURGH, SUSAN
"Happiness is as big as a dreamthat
comes true, and as small as just doing
what we like to do."
WAGNER, EDWARD
Football 2, 3; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4.
Motto: Don't do today what you can
put off until tomorrow.
TORCHIA, PHILL
Football 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1.
VALENTI, DIANE
High school has been very reward-
ing to me because it has opened new
doors. Through these years I have
learned more about myself and oth-
ers.
VANVALKENBURGH, SUSAN
" Happiness is as big as a dream that
comes true, and as small as just doing
what we like to do. "
WAGNER, EDWARD
Football 2, 3; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4.
Motto: Don't do today what you can
put off until tomorrow.
EDWARD WAGNER
JUNE WAGNER
WILLIAM WALLACE JR.
DAWN WALTERS
RUSSELL VARNUM
LAURA VARRICCHIO
SARA VELLA
DEANNA WADE
MARION WELDON ELIZABETH WEBBER
ANNE WARD ROBERTA WEIDLICH
EDWARD WAGNER
JUNE WAGNER
WILLIAM WALLACE JR.
DAWN WALTERS
RUSSELL VARNUM
LAURA VARRICCHIO
SARA VELLA
DEANNA WADE
MARION WELDON ELIZABETH WEBBER
ANNE WARD ROBERTA WEIDLICH
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CAROL WELSH

BARBARA WICKS

TERRY WILSON

SUSANANN WITTNEBEN
DONNA WEST

MARK WICKS

MICHAEL WIRSHUP

DIANE WOITAS
ROBERT WESTERVELT

MARK WILLIAMS

JOSEPH WISNOSKI
PATRICIA WHITLOCK

GEORGE WILSON

JEFFERY WITTNEBEN
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CAROL WELSH

BARBARA WICKS

TERRY WILSON

SUSANANN WITTNEBEN
DONNA WEST

MARK WICKS

MICHAEL WIRSHUP

DIANE WOITAS
ROBERT WESTERVELT

MARK WILLIAMS

JOSEPH WISNOSKI
PATRICIA WHITLOCK

GEORGE WILSON

JEFFERY WITTNEBEN
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WEST DONNA
I would just like to thank all the
people I have met in these past 3
years, becausethroughthem, I have
learnedtolook for thegoodinall peo-
ple, whichis, I think, themost impor-
tant learning experienceinlife.
ZOLLO, MANINA
Band1, 2, 4; DECA 3, 4; Georgeand
Manina4+.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
SHARON WOLNY SANDRA WOOD
GEOFFREY WOOD DEBBIE WORTHMAN STEPHEN WYMAN
DEBRA ZEGEL
ALAN ZELENSKI
MANINA ZOLLO
FREDERICK ALM
MARGARET AUGELLO
JOHN BEAVER
GEORGE BECK
RICHARD BECKER
GLENN BENNETT
BRYAN BERKHOFF
RICHARD BOMBARD
MICHAEL BURKE
VIRGINIA CLANCY
THOMAS CLARK
DOREEN DENHAM
ALBERT DERISE
GLORIA FARRELL
SOREN FITJE
BRIAN GENOVA
IRENE GENTILE
KATHLEEN HALL
PRENTIS HALL
EDWARD HOLM
WILLIAM JACKSON
ROBERT KANNENGIESER
BARBARA KOSSMAN
MICHAEL MARINO
EILEEN MCDERMOTT
DEBRA MCEVOY
CHRIS MCFEE
TIMOTHY MENZIES
AMY MORRISON
EDWARD MURPHY
CATHERINE O'CONNOR
PAUL OLIVE
BLANCA PAEZ
BLANCA PEREZ
VICKIE PEREZ
EILEEN PETRANEK
ANTHONY PETROVICH
JAMES PHILLIPS
MICHAEL POPOWITCH
LLOYD PRESTANO
JANET RAMSKI
GEORGE REAVER
ELITO RIVERA
ERIC RODEFELD
ROBERTO RODRIGUEZ
THOMAS SALVO
CARLOS SANTIAGO
PETER SCHORDINE
JAMES SCOTT
ROLAND TUCKER
JAMES TYERS
EILEEN VEDDER
MARC WALLACE
LEIGH ANN WILSON
WEST DONNA
I would just like to thank all the
people I have met in these past 3
years, becausethroughthem, I have
learnedtolook for thegoodinall peo-
ple, whichis, I think, themost impor-
tant learning experienceinlife.
ZOLLO, MANINA
Band1, 2, 4; DECA 3, 4; Georgeand
Manina4+.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
SHARON WOLNY SANDRA WOOD
GEOFFREY WOOD DEBBIE WORTHMAN STEPHEN WYMAN
DEBRA ZEGEL
ALAN ZELENSKI
MANINA ZOLLO
FREDERICK ALM
MARGARET AUGELLO
JOHN BEAVER
GEORGE BECK
RICHARD BECKER
GLENN BENNETT
BRYAN BERKHOFF
RICHARD BOMBARD
MICHAEL BURKE
VIRGINIA CLANCY
THOMAS CLARK
DOREEN DENHAM
ALBERT DERISE
GLORIA FARRELL
SOREN FITJE
BRIAN GENOVA
IRENE GENTILE
KATHLEEN HALL
PRENTIS HALL
EDWARD HOLM
WILLIAM JACKSON
ROBERT KANNENGIESER
BARBARA KOSSMAN
MICHAEL MARINO
EILEEN MCDERMOTT
DEBRA MCEVOY
CHRIS MCFEE
TIMOTHY MENZIES
AMY MORRISON
EDWARD MURPHY
CATHERINE O'CONNOR
PAUL OLIVE
BLANCA PAEZ
BLANCA PEREZ
VICKIE PEREZ
EILEEN PETRANEK
ANTHONY PETROVICH
JAMES PHILLIPS
MICHAEL POPOWITCH
LLOYD PRESTANO
JANET RAMSKI
GEORGE REAVER
ELITO RIVERA
ERIC RODEFELD
ROBERTO RODRIGUEZ
THOMAS SALVO
CARLOS SANTIAGO
PETER SCHORDINE
JAMES SCOTT
ROLAND TUCKER
JAMES TYERS
EILEEN VEDDER
MARC WALLACE
LEIGH ANN WILSON
WEST DONNA
I would just like to thank all the
people I have met in these past 3
years. because through them. I have
learned to look for the good in all peo-
ple. which is. I think. the most impor-
tant learni ng experience in life.
ZOLLO. MANINA
Band 1. 2. 4; DECA 3. 4; George and
Manina 4+.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
FREDERICK ALM
MARGARET AUGELLO
JOHN BEAVER
GEORGE BECK
RICHARD BECKER
GLENN BENNETT
BRYAN BERKHOFF
RICHARD BOMBARD
MICHAEL BURKE
VIRGINIA CLANCY
THOMAS CLARK
DOREEN DENHAM
ALBERT DERISE
GLORIA FARRELL
SOREN FITJE
BRIAN GENOVA
IRENE GENTILE
K A T H L E E ~ HALL
PRENTIS HALL
EDWARD HOLM
WILLIAM JACKSON
ROBERT KANNENGIESER
BARBARA KOSSMAN
MI CHAEL MARINO
EILEEN MCDERMOTT
DEBRA MCEVOY
CHRIS MCFEE
TIMOTHY MENZIES
AMY MORRISON
EDWARD MURPHY
CATHERINE O' CONNOR
PAUL OLIVE
BLANCA PAEZ
BLANCA PEREZ
VICKIE PEREZ
EILEEN PETRANEK
ANTHONY PETROVICH
JAMES PHILLIPS
MICHAEL POPOWITCH
LLOYD PRESTANO
JANET RAMSKI
GEORGE REAVER
ELiTO RIVERA
ERIC RODEFELD
ROBERTO RODRIGUEZ
THOMAS SALVO
CARLOS SANTIAGO
PETER SCHORDINE
JAMES SCOTT
ROLAND TUCKER
JAMES TYERS
EILEEN VEDDER
MARC WALLACE
LEIGH ANN WILSON
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In all the previous divider page essays, "discovery" was relat-
ed to one of the facets of school life. Here the concept of discov-
ery is expanded and applied to a facet of the outside world —the
business world.
Hardware stores, paint stores, department stores —these are
businesses that many of us will seek employment with and all of
us will do business with. We must discover and understand this
business world, which is a facet of the outside world. To close
our eyes to this world is to growolder but not wiser.
We must be able to discover all the facets of our
world if we are to lead a complete and meaningful
life.
We must teach others howto discover.
We must keep our eyes and ears open, and let the
discoveries we have made direct the thoughts of
our minds and the feelings in our hearts.
In all the previous divider page essays, "discovery" was relat-
ed to one of the facets of school life. Here the concept of discov-
ery is expanded and applied to a facet of the outside world —the
business world.
Hardware stores, paint stores, department stores —these are
businesses that many of us will seek employment with and all of
us will do business with. We must discover and understand this
business world, which is a facet of the outside world. To close
our eyes to this world is to growolder but not wiser.
We must be able to discover all the facets of our
world if we are to lead a complete and meaningful
life.
We must teach others howto discover.
We must keep our eyes and ears open, and let the
discoveries we have made direct the thoughts of
our minds and the feelings in our hearts.
In all the previous divider page essays, "discovery" was relat-
ed to one of the facets of school life. Here the concept of discov-
ery is expanded and applied to a facet of the outside world - the
business world.
Hardware stores, paint stores, department stores - these are
businesses that many of us will seek employment with and all of
us will do business with. We must discover and understand this
business world, which is a facet of the outside world. To close
our eyes to this world is to grow older but not wiser.
We must be able to discover all the facets of our
world if we are to lead a complete and meaningful
life,
We must teach others how to discover,
We must keep our eyes and ears open, and let the
discoveries we have made direct the thoughts of
our minds and the feelings in our hearts.
AUTO—LIFE— FIRE
HOMEOWNERS -
MARINE
MOTORCYCLE
IMMEDIATE FS-21
482 MEDFORD
PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
475-5070
CAMERA
CENTER
The Store that Teaches You How
26 EAST MAIN STREET PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
475-4173
475-0252 FREE DELIVERY
RUDY'S MEAT MARKET
MEATS & POULTRY BARBEQUED ON ORDER
SPECIALIZING IN HOME FREEZER ORDERS
681 Route 112
North Patchogue
L. I., N.Y.
JOYCE & WOOD INC.
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
STEPHEN J. WEISS
South Bay Merit
Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
482 medford avenue
Patchogue, N.Y.
AUTO—LIFE— FIRE
HOMEOWNERS -
MARINE
MOTORCYCLE
IMMEDIATE FS-21
482 MEDFORD
PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
475-5070
CAMERA
CENTER
The Store that Teaches You How
26 EAST MAIN STREET PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
475-4173
475-0252 FREE DELIVERY
RUDY'S MEAT MARKET
MEATS & POULTRY BARBEQUED ON ORDER
SPECIALIZING IN HOME FREEZER ORDERS
681 Route 112
North Patchogue
L. I., N.Y.
JOYCE & WOOD INC.
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
STEPHEN J. WEISS
South Bay Merit
Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
482 medford avenue
Patchogue, N.Y.
CAMERA
CENTER
The Store that Teaches You How
26 EAST MAl N STREET PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
260
475-4173
STEPHEN J. WEISS
South Bay Merit
Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
482 medford avenue
Patchogue, N.Y.
475-0252 FREE DELIVERY
RUDY'S MEAT MARKET
MEATS & POULTRY BARBEQUED ON ORDER
SPECIALIZING IN HOME FREEZER ORDERS
681 Route 112
North Patchogue
L. I., N.Y.
JOYCE & WOOD INC.
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
AUTO - LIFE - FIRE
HOMEOWNERS -
MARINE
MOTORCYCLE
IMMEDIATE FS-21
482 MEDFORD
PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
475-5070
Good Luck Annette
And Fellow Classmates
TAG MOTORS, INC.
Best
Wishes
PATCHOGUE MUSIC CENTER
A COMPLETE MUSIC STORE
77 So. Ocean Avenue
289-6420
TONY MONIDIS 1601 ROUTE 112
MEDFORD, NEW YORK 11763 Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
516 475-3210
(516) 475-7728
Congratulations Ellen Levine
STUART DRUG
128 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.
Donald Levine
Eddie Cantor
CLAIRMONT BEEF
COMPANY, INC.
Experienced Home Freezer Specialists
372 Medford Avenue (Rte. 112)
Patchogue, L.I. 11772
261
Good Luck Annette
And Fellow Classmates
TAG MOTORS, INC.
Best
Wishes
PATCHOGUE MUSIC CENTER
A COMPLETE MUSIC STORE
77 So. Ocean Avenue
289-6420
TONY MONIDIS 1601 ROUTE 112
MEDFORD, NEW YORK 11763 Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
516 475-3210
(516) 475-7728
Congratulations Ellen Levine
STUART DRUG
128 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.
Donald Levine
Eddie Cantor
CLAIRMONT BEEF
COMPANY, INC.
Experienced Home Freezer Specialists
372 Medford Avenue (Rte. 112)
Patchogue, L.I. 11772
261
Good Luck Annette
And Fellow Classmates
TAG MOTORS, INC.
289-6420
TONY MONIDIS 1601 ROUTE 112
MEDFORD, NEW YORK 11763
Best
Wishes
PATCHOGUE MUSIC CENTER
A COMPLETE MUSIC STORE
77 So. Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
516475-3210
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Congratulations Ellen Levine
STUART DRUG
128 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.
Donald Levine
Eddie Cantor
(516) 475-7728
CLAIRMONT BEEE
COMPANY, INC.
Freezer Specialists
Mc IPeah s adult Koine
TEL. (516) 475-0445
TRAVEL AGENCY
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE
J.P. BROWN, JR 140 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
JAMES McPEAK, R.N.
KATHERINE McPEAK, R.N.
OWNERS-ADMINISTRATORS
286 NORTH OCEAN AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
Steve Glantz
201 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.11772
516-289-6700
GLANTZ TRAVEL SERVICE
262
4
(516) 289-5252
Rolm
Mc IPeah s adult Koine
TEL. (516) 475-0445
TRAVEL AGENCY
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE
J.P. BROWN, JR 140 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
JAMES McPEAK, R.N.
KATHERINE McPEAK, R.N.
OWNERS-ADMINISTRATORS
286 NORTH OCEAN AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
Steve Glantz
201 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.11772
516-289-6700
GLANTZ TRAVEL SERVICE
262
4
(516) 289-5252
Rolm
(51 6) 289-5252
'Ro9fA4 ~ TRAVEL AGENCY
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE
J.P. BROWN, JR 140 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
GLANTZ TRAVEL SERVICE
Steve Glantz
262
201 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.11772
516-289-6700
TEL. ( 516) 475-0445
JAMES McPEAK, R.N.
KATHERINE McPEAK, R.N.
OWNERS-ADMINISTRATORS
286 NORTH OCEAN AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
YOUR/
Insurance AGENT
SERVESYOUFIRST
Ci-ountry
Paints
GR 5-5527
FRANK FIALA, JR.
Color Consultant
83 S. Ocean Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y.
CARL'SMEN'S
HAIRCUTTING & STYLING
By Carl, Brian & Vinnie
197 Medford Ave.
Tel. 289-8949
STILL'S PHARMACY, INC.
(Phannemiller's)
128 Medford Ave. Patchogue, N.Y.
Clifford 0. Still, Pharmacist
Constance Still, Pharmacist
475-2285
LOUISA. FUOCO, JR. AGENCY, INC.
Life and General Insurance
Bud Fuoco
Michael J. Stephani
197 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.
(516) 289-0751
263
YOUR/
Insurance AGENT
SERVESYOUFIRST
Ci-ountry
Paints
GR 5-5527
FRANK FIALA, JR.
Color Consultant
83 S. Ocean Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y.
CARL'SMEN'S
HAIRCUTTING & STYLING
By Carl, Brian & Vinnie
197 Medford Ave.
Tel. 289-8949
STILL'S PHARMACY, INC.
(Phannemiller's)
128 Medford Ave. Patchogue, N.Y.
Clifford 0. Still, Pharmacist
Constance Still, Pharmacist
475-2285
LOUISA. FUOCO, JR. AGENCY, INC.
Life and General Insurance
Bud Fuoco
Michael J. Stephani
197 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.
(516) 289-0751
263
Jt1inln's
Qlountru
Jnints
GR 5-5527
FRANK FIALA, JR.
Color Consultant
83 S. Ocean Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y.
STILL'S PHARMACY, INC.
(Phannemiller's)
128 Medford Ave. Patchogue, N.Y.
Clifford O. Still , Pharmacist
Constance St i ll, Pharmacist
475-2285
CARL'S MEN'S
HAIRCUTTING & STYLING
By Carl , Brian & Vinn ie
197 Medford Ave.
Tel . 289-8949
LOUIS A. FUOCO, JR. AGENCY, INC.
Life and General Insurance
Bud Fuoco
Michael J. Stephani
197 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y.
(516) 289-0751
263
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Over 300 Marine Midland Offices
Across New York State
The revolutionary bank
for independent people.
MARINE MIDLAND BANK
Member FDIC
and Services
Over 300 Marine Midland Offices
Across New York State
The revolutionary bank
for independent people.
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Member FDIC
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Over 300 Marine Midland Off ices
Across New York State
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FaraituroWL
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som C on atry
S h up e S tol l
/
646 Route 112
North Patchogue, N.Y.
475-1042
O TTO 'S STA TI O N A R Y
HO LZ M O TO R S
VO LVO
Wishes all of you
Success, Good Health &
Happiness
225 Medford Ave.
Newspapers, Magazines, Gifts,
Timex Watches, School Supplies,
Cards, Etc.
Alfred Nietfeld 413 East Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y.
cSurarz
gD4at72acy
FREE DELIVERY — FREE PARKING
SURGICAL SUPPLIES — COSMETICS — LOFT
CANDIES
Open Daily 9 A.M.-9 P.M. — Open Sundays 9 A.M.-2 P.M.
RICHARD MELCHIONE, Pharmacist
525 E. Main St., Patchogue, N.Y. 475-5040
Patchogue
Potter & Robinsons, Inc.
Insurance — Real Estate
CHARLES T. HAMMOND
President
33 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
(516) 475-0008
With Best Wishes For The Class of '75
K A LLER 'S JEWELR Y STO R E
30 EAST MAIN STREET
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
Seventy-five Years of Quality And Service
265
N O R M A N K I N G
FaraituroWL
el
som C on atry
S h up e S tol l
/
646 Route 112
North Patchogue, N.Y.
475-1042
O TTO 'S STA TI O N A R Y
HO LZ M O TO R S
VO LVO
Wishes all of you
Success, Good Health &
Happiness
225 Medford Ave.
Newspapers, Magazines, Gifts,
Timex Watches, School Supplies,
Cards, Etc.
Alfred Nietfeld 413 East Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y.
cSurarz
gD4at72acy
FREE DELIVERY — FREE PARKING
SURGICAL SUPPLIES — COSMETICS — LOFT
CANDIES
Open Daily 9 A.M.-9 P.M. — Open Sundays 9 A.M.-2 P.M.
RICHARD MELCHIONE, Pharmacist
525 E. Main St., Patchogue, N.Y. 475-5040
Patchogue
Potter & Robinsons, Inc.
Insurance — Real Estate
CHARLES T. HAMMOND
President
33 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
(516) 475-0008
With Best Wishes For The Class of '75
K A LLER 'S JEWELR Y STO R E
30 EAST MAIN STREET
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
Seventy-five Years of Quality And Service
265
OTTO'S STATIONARY
Newspapers, Magazines, Gifts,
Timex Watches, School Supplies,
Cards, Etc.
Alfred Nietfeld 413 East Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y.
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FREE DELIVERY - FREE PARKING
SURGICAL SUPPLIES - COSMETICS - LOFT
CANDIES
Open Da ily 9 A.M.-9 P.M. - Open Sundays 9 A.M.-2 P.M.
RICHARD MELCHIONE, Pharmacist
525 E. Main St. , Patchogue, N.Y. 475-5040
HOLZ MOTORS
VOLVO
Wishes al l of you
Success, Good Health &
Happiness
225 Medf ord Ave.
Patchogue
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646 Route 112
North Patchogue, N.Y.
475-1042
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Potter & Robinsons , Inc.
Insurance - Real Estate
CHARLES T. HAMMOND
President
33 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
( 516) 475-0008
With Best Wishes For The Class of ' 75
KALLER'S JEWELRY STORE
30 EAST MAIN STREET
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
Seventy-five Years of Quality And Service
265
Complete line of Heating and
Air Conditioning
ALBERT'S FORMALS
267 266
MANOR HEATING SUPPLIES, INC.
Grover 5-1777
235 Waverly Ave. Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Most complete line of tuxedos
in the area in stock. 12 colors
in ruffled shirts. For your formal
renting needs.
11 East Main Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
475-2504
Home Made Salads
Catering Choice Cold Cuts
179 South Ocean Ave. Patchogue, N.Y.
Tel: 289-5454
JOE LIGUORI FOOD MARKET
Compliments of:
MAC KAVNER MENS SHOP
14 East Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
475-0180
Best Wishes
WSUF/1580
COUNTRY MUSIC RADIO
Congratulations to the Graduates
LONG ISLAND TRUST COMPANY
On The Four Corners
444 Waverly Avenue
North Patchogue
Complete line of Heating and
Air Conditioning
ALBERT'S FORMALS
267 266
MANOR HEATING SUPPLIES, INC.
Grover 5-1777
235 Waverly Ave. Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Most complete line of tuxedos
in the area in stock. 12 colors
in ruffled shirts. For your formal
renting needs.
11 East Main Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
475-2504
Home Made Salads
Catering Choice Cold Cuts
179 South Ocean Ave. Patchogue, N.Y.
Tel: 289-5454
JOE LIGUORI FOOD MARKET
Compliments of:
MAC KAVNER MENS SHOP
14 East Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
475-0180
Best Wishes
WSUF/1580
COUNTRY MUSIC RADIO
Congratulations to the Graduates
LONG ISLAND TRUST COMPANY
On The Four Corners
444 Waverly Avenue
North Patchogue
266
Compliments of:
MAC KAVNER MENS SHOP
14 East Main St .
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
475-0180
Congratulat ions to the Graduates
LONG ISLAND TRUST COMPANY
444 Waverly Aven ue
North Patchogue
ALBERT'S FORMALS
Most complete line of tuxedos
in the area in stock. 12 colors
in ruffled shirts. For yo-ur formal
renting needs.
11 East Ma i n Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
475-2504
Best Wishes
JEWELERS
On The Four Corners
WSUF/1580
'COUNTRY MUSIC RADIO
MANOR HEATING SUPPLIES, INC.
Grover 5-1777
Complete line of Heating and
Air Conditioning
235 Waverly Ave. Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Tel: 289-5454
JOE LIGUORI FOOD MARKET
Home Made Salads
Catering Choice Cold Cuts
179 South Ocean Ave. Patchogue, N.Y.
267
Rudy Lehman Late Night Service
Medford Auto Parts
SOUTH BAY ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY CO. INC.
289-0800
FULL LINE JOBBER
427 Medford Ave.
North Patchogue
New York 11772
Machine Shop Service
American Parts Service
"House of Service"
288 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, Long Island
516-475-5789
THE PINA SHOP
Accessory Stylists
2 West Main Street
Patchogue, LI
11772
"Congratulations to the Class
of '75"
Tel.: GRover 5-9644 Air Conditioned
WAH LUM
Chinese-American Restaurant
26 South Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, LI, NY
Orders to Take Out
268
Rudy Lehman Late Night Service
Medford Auto Parts
SOUTH BAY ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY CO. INC.
289-0800
FULL LINE JOBBER
427 Medford Ave.
North Patchogue
New York 11772
Machine Shop Service
American Parts Service
"House of Service"
288 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, Long Island
516-475-5789
THE PINA SHOP
Accessory Stylists
2 West Main Street
Patchogue, LI
11772
"Congratulations to the Class
of '75"
Tel.: GRover 5-9644 Air Conditioned
WAH LUM
Chinese-American Restaurant
26 South Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, LI, NY
Orders to Take Out
268
Rudy Lehman Late Night Service
Medford Auto Parts
~ ~
FULL LINE JOBBER
289-0800
427 Medford Ave.
North Patchogue
New York 11772
Machine Shop Service
American Parts Service
516-475-5789
268
THE PINA SHOP
Accessory Styli sts
2 West Main Street
Patchogue, LI
11772
" Congratulat ions to the Class
of 75"
SOUTH SAY ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY CO. INC.
" House of Service"
288 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, Long Island
Tel.: GRover 5-9644 Air Conditioned
WAHLUM
Chinese-American Restaurant
26 South Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, LI , NY
Orders to Take Out
FORD
CASE SUFFOLK SUPPLY CORP.
Phone 475-1340 43 Bay Ave.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Plumbing, Heating and Well
Supplies
Industrial Supplies
Mill Supplies
BRANCH: Rt. 25 & Kroemer Ave.
Riverhead
516-Pa 7-3350
REMEMBER vOU'RE ON THE FORD TEAM
PATCHOGUE FORD
Congratulates Patchogue-Medford
Graduates of 1975
PATCHOGUE FORD
501 Medford Ave. (Rte. 112)
475-1135
MR. FADELEY'S
HOUSE OF FINE FOODS
Great Sandwiches
Cold Beer on Tap
Food Specialties
Home Made Salads
Home Style Pies and
Cheesecakes
Wine and Cheeses
A Real Old Fashioned Store -
with checkerboards too!
433 East Main Street
Patchogue, New York
AT 9-9599
475-7515
RON-C DELI
530 Medford Avenue
N. Patchogue, NY 11772
Cold cuts — Home Made Salads
Sandwiches and Coffee to go
Cold Beer and Soda
Ice Machine
Catering

269
FORD
CASE SUFFOLK SUPPLY CORP.
Phone 475-1340 43 Bay Ave.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Plumbing, Heating and Well
Supplies
Industrial Supplies
Mill Supplies
BRANCH: Rt. 25 & Kroemer Ave.
Riverhead
516-Pa 7-3350
REMEMBER vOU'RE ON THE FORD TEAM
PATCHOGUE FORD
Congratulates Patchogue-Medford
Graduates of 1975
PATCHOGUE FORD
501 Medford Ave. (Rte. 112)
475-1135
MR. FADELEY'S
HOUSE OF FINE FOODS
Great Sandwiches
Cold Beer on Tap
Food Specialties
Home Made Salads
Home Style Pies and
Cheesecakes
Wine and Cheeses
A Real Old Fashioned Store -
with checkerboards too!
433 East Main Street
Patchogue, New York
AT 9-9599
475-7515
RON-C DELI
530 Medford Avenue
N. Patchogue, NY 11772
Cold cuts — Home Made Salads
Sandwiches and Coffee to go
Cold Beer and Soda
Ice Machine
Catering

269
REMEMBER ' YOU ' RE ON THE FORD TEAM
PATCHOGUE FORD
Congratulates Patchogue-Medford
Graduates of 1975
PATCHOGUE FORD
501 Medford Ave. ( Rte. 112)
475-1135
MR. FADELEY'S
-HOUSE OF FINE FOODS
Great Sandwiches
Cold Beer on Tap
Food Specialties
Home Made Salads
Home Style Pies and
. Cheesecakes
Wine and Cheeses
A Rea l Old Fashi oned Store-
with checkerboards too!
433 East Ma i n Street
Patchogue, New York
AT 9-9599
CASE SUFFOLK SUPPLY CORP.
Phone 475-1340 43 Bay Ave.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Plu mbing, Heat ing and Well
Suppli es
Industrial Supplies
Mil l Suppl ies
BRANCH: Rt. 25 & Kroemer Ave.
River head
516-Pa 7 -3350
475-7515
RON·C DELI
530 Medford Avenue
N. Patchogue, NY 11772
Cold cuts - Home Made Salads
Sandwiches and Coffee to go
Cold Beer and Soda
Ice Machine
Cateri ng
269
SAT.
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The bank that's open
SATURDAYS.

Cif
National Bank
of North America
392 EAST MAIN ST. EAST PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
PHONE 289-5900 MANAGER THOMAS. J. STURNIOLO
SAT.
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The bank that's open
SATURDAYS.

Cif
National Bank
of North America
392 EAST MAIN ST. EAST PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
PHONE 289-5900 MANAGER THOMAS. J. STURNIOLO
270
The ban k that's open
SATURDAYS.
392 EAST MAIN ST. EAST PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
PHONE 289-5900 MANAGERTHOMAS. J. STURNIOLO
475-7131
TOOLS GIFTS
HARDWARE STORE
PAINT HOUSEWARES
FISHING & CLAMMING EQUIP.
406 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
271
HUGHES & STILL, INC.
All Forms of Insurance 475-6550
500 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, New York 11772
475-7131
TOOLS GIFTS
HARDWARE STORE
PAINT HOUSEWARES
FISHING & CLAMMING EQUIP.
406 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
271
HUGHES & STILL, INC.
All Forms of Insurance 475-6550
500 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, New York 11772
HUGHES & STILL, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
475-7131
TOOLS
PAINT
500 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, New York 11772
GIFTS
HOUSEWARES
FISHING & CLAMMING EQUIP.
406 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
475-6550
180 Main Street
Patchogue, New York
BASKETBALL
272
For Quality Flowers .. .
CABOT'S FLORIST
WISHES THE CLASS OF '75
GOOD LUCK!
SUFFOLK COUNTY BRAKE SERVICE
314 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, New York
Est. 1933
James Romeo Grover 5-1722
GOLF
CLUBS

TENNIS
GERARD JAMES SHEEDY
NATHAN BLASKO
TEAM SPORT SHOP INC.
Team Uniforms and Equipment
Pool Tables and Accessories
Sales and Service
22 West Main Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
(516) 475-6402
UNION
SAVINGS
BANK OF LONG ISLAND
"The Bank Where Thousands
Hayed Saved Millions Since 1896"
MAIN OFFICE
62 South Ocean Ave.
Patchogue, New York
BRANCH OFFICES
Route 25A &
Huntington Bay
Huntington. NY
356 Middle
Country Rd.
Coram, NY
MEMBER F.D.I.C.
143 Alexander Ave.
Lake Grove, NY
1010 Montauk Hway
Shirley, NY
180 Main Street
Patchogue, New York
BASKETBALL
272
For Quality Flowers .. .
CABOT'S FLORIST
WISHES THE CLASS OF '75
GOOD LUCK!
SUFFOLK COUNTY BRAKE SERVICE
314 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, New York
Est. 1933
James Romeo Grover 5-1722
GOLF
CLUBS

TENNIS
GERARD JAMES SHEEDY
NATHAN BLASKO
TEAM SPORT SHOP INC.
Team Uniforms and Equipment
Pool Tables and Accessories
Sales and Service
22 West Main Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
(516) 475-6402
UNION
SAVINGS
BANK OF LONG ISLAND
"The Bank Where Thousands
Hayed Saved Millions Since 1896"
MAIN OFFICE
62 South Ocean Ave.
Patchogue, New York
BRANCH OFFICES
Route 25A &
Huntington Bay
Huntington. NY
356 Middle
Country Rd.
Coram, NY
MEMBER F.D.I.C.
143 Alexander Ave.
Lake Grove, NY
1010 Montauk Hway
Shirley, NY
For Quality Flowers . . .
CABOT'S FLORIST
WISHES THE CLASS OF ' 75
GOOD LUCK!
180 Mai n Street
Patchogue, New York
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GERARDJAMESSHEEDY
NATHAN BLASKO
TEAM SPORT SHOP INC.
TENNIS
Team Uniforms and Equipment
Pool Tables and Accessories
Sa les and Service
22 West Main Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
( 516) 475-6402
BASKETBALL
272
SUFFOLK COUNTY BRAKE SERVICE
314 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, New York
Est . 1933
James Romeo Grover 5-1722
SAVINGS
BANK OF LONG ISLAND
" The Bank Where Thousands
Haved Saved Mi ll ions Si nce 1896"
MAIN OFFICE
62 South Ocean Ave.
Patchogue, New York
BRANCH OFFICES
143 Al exander Ave.
Lake Grove, NY
1010 Monta uk Hway
Shirl ey, NY
Route 25A &
Hunt i ngton Bay
Huntington, NY
356 Middl e
Co untry Rd.
Cora m, NY
MEMBER F.D.I.C.
Everything for your
CLOTHING, ACCESSORIES
AND GOODIES FOR ALL
STUDENT DISC. AVAILABLE
39/41 WEST MAIN ST.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 289-2460
Congratulations '75
from
ROE agency Inc.
More
than just
Printing
"A CompleteGraphic Arts Center"
125 E. Main St.
Patchogue, NY
475-4000
118 Main St.
Bellport, NY
286-1000
PATCHOGUE
362 Medford Ave. (Rte. 112 at
SunriseHighway)
289-5488
LAKE GROVE
3201 MiddleCountry Rd.
(Near Smithaven Mall)
Insuranceand Real Estate
Over 75 years of Professional
Services
588-2220
Sales — Parts — Repairs
Accessories
Bicycles AreOur Business
500 American and Foreign Bikes
On Display
298 Medford Avenue
Rte. 112
Patchogue, LI, NY
11772
BICYCLES

PATCHOGUE
FOR t

\ FIR

BICYCLE
BOYS

GIRLS

CENTER
273
Everything for your
CLOTHING, ACCESSORIES
AND GOODIES FOR ALL
STUDENT DISC. AVAILABLE
39/41 WEST MAIN ST.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 289-2460
Congratulations '75
from
ROE agency Inc.
More
than just
Printing
"A CompleteGraphic Arts Center"
125 E. Main St.
Patchogue, NY
475-4000
118 Main St.
Bellport, NY
286-1000
PATCHOGUE
362 Medford Ave. (Rte. 112 at
SunriseHighway)
289-5488
LAKE GROVE
3201 MiddleCountry Rd.
(Near Smithaven Mall)
Insuranceand Real Estate
Over 75 years of Professional
Services
588-2220
Sales — Parts — Repairs
Accessories
Bicycles AreOur Business
500 American and Foreign Bikes
On Display
298 Medford Avenue
Rte. 112
Patchogue, LI, NY
11772
BICYCLES

PATCHOGUE
FOR t

\ FIR

BICYCLE
BOYS

GIRLS

CENTER
273
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Congratulat ions '75
from
ROE Inc.
125 E. Main St.
Patchogue, NY
475-4000
118 Main St.
Bell port , NY
286-1000
Insurance and Rea l Estate
Over 75 years of Professional
Services
BICYCLES

GIRlS
PATCHOGUE
BICYCLE
CENTER
Sales - Parts - Repairs
Accessories
Bicycles Are Our Busi ness
500 American and Foreign Bikes
On Display
298 Medford Avenue
Rte. 112
Patchogue, LI , NY
11772
More
than just
Printing
lO A Complete Graphic Arts Center "
PATCHOGUE
362 Medford Ave. ( Rte. 112 at
Sunrise Highway)
289-5488
LAKE GROVE
3201 Middle Country Rd .
(Near Smithaven Mall )
588-2220
Everything for your
CLOTHING, ACCESSORIES
AND GOODIES FOR ALL
STUDENT DISC. AVAILABLE
39/41 WEST MAIN ST.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 289-2460
273
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BROOKHAVEN OPTICIANS
180 E. Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y.
475-5030
Bet. Post Office
and Mid Island Store
87 E. Main St.
Smithtown N.Y.
AN5-5767
Opp. Howard Johnson
Al.,aneH wir
(516) 475-1716
r
atchogue
ATHLETIC EMBLEM
Wholesale & Retail
Silk Screening • Embroidery
Monogramming • Art Work
Engraving on Plaques, Jewelry,
and Trophies
0089-S L 17
AN 'an2ogoled

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Mildred Rosner (22 West Main Bldg.)
ui Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
4suepads uo!leile1sui pue saieS
274
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BROOKHAVEN OPTICIANS
180 E. Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y.
475-5030
Bet. Post Office
and Mid Island Store
87 E. Main St.
Smithtown N.Y.
AN5-5767
Opp. Howard Johnson
Al.,aneH wir
(516) 475-1716
r
atchogue
ATHLETIC EMBLEM
Wholesale & Retail
Silk Screening • Embroidery
Monogramming • Art Work
Engraving on Plaques, Jewelry,
and Trophies
0089-S L 17
AN 'an2ogoled

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awoH olnV

Mildred Rosner (22 West Main Bldg.)
ui Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
4suepads uo!leile1sui pue saieS
274 274
BROOKHAVEN OPTICIANS
0089-SLv
180 E. Main St.
Patchogue, N.Y.
475-5030
Bet. Post Office
and Mid Island Store
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87 E. Main St.
Smithtown N.Y.
AN5-5767
Opp. Howard Johnson
(516) 475-1716
patchogue
ATHLETIC EMBLEM
Wholesale & Retail
Silk Screening. Embroidery
Monogramming. Art Work
Engraving on Plaques, Jewelry,
and Trophies
Larry Silber 6 Mini Mall
Mildred Rosner (22 West Main Bldg.)
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Tel: 516-289-2440
Original Fiat Parts
ROMA IMPORTED CAR CENTER, INC.
AUTHORIZED FIAT DEALER
Sales & Service
PETER MOSTACCIO
PRES. 188 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
PHONE (516) 475-1770
(516) 283-3838
SUFFOLK IMPORTS
FOREIGN PARTS, INC.
Complete Line of Foreign
Auto Parts and Accessories
15%G.O. Discount
192 Waverly Ave.

22 Hill Street
Patchogue, NY

Southampton, NY
11772

11968
Tel: 516-289-2440
Original Fiat Parts
ROMA IMPORTED CAR CENTER, INC.
AUTHORIZED FIAT DEALER
Sales & Service
PETER MOSTACCIO
PRES. 188 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
PHONE (516) 475-1770
(516) 283-3838
SUFFOLK IMPORTS
FOREIGN PARTS, INC.
Complete Line of Foreign
Auto Parts and Accessories
15%G.O. Discount
192 Waverly Ave.

22 Hill Street
Patchogue, NY

Southampton, NY
11772

11968
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Tel: 516-289-2440
Original Fiat Parts
ROMA IMPORTED CAR CENTER, INC.
AUTHORIZED FIAT DEALER
Sa les & Service
PETER MOSTACCIO
PRES. 188 MEDFORD AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
PHONE (516) 475-1770
(516) 283-3838
SUFFOLK IMPORTS
FOREIGN PARTS, INC.
Complete Line of Foreign
Auto Parts and Accessories
15%G.O. Discount
192 Waverly Ave.
Patchogue, NY
11772
22 Hill Street
)outhampton, NY
11968
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MEMBER F D I.C.
GOOD LUCK CHERYL AND FELLOW CLASSMATES
PAUL'S GARAGE
(516) 475-1674 — garage
(516) 475-7748 — residence
Paul F. Felice, proprietor
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
New York State Inspection Station
398 West Main Street
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
BARRIE BROTHERS
Cadillac — Oldsmobile
318 E. Main Street
Patchogue
Really Serving Central Suffolk...'WITH THAT HOME TOWN TOUCH.
276
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K_
MEMBER F D I.C.
GOOD LUCK CHERYL AND FELLOW CLASSMATES
PAUL'S GARAGE
(516) 475-1674 — garage
(516) 475-7748 — residence
Paul F. Felice, proprietor
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
New York State Inspection Station
398 West Main Street
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
BARRIE BROTHERS
Cadillac — Oldsmobile
318 E. Main Street
Patchogue
Really Serving Central Suffolk...'WITH THAT HOME TOWN TOUCH.
276
GOOD LUCK CHERYL AND FELLOW CLASSMATES
PAUL'S GARAGE
(516) 475-1674 - garage
(516) 475-7748 - res idence
;=================Pa ul F, Felice, proprietor-========================
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
New York State I nspect ion Station
398 West Ma in Street
PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK 11772
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BARRIE BROTHERS
Cadillac - Oldsmobile
318 E, Ma in Street
Patchogue
Really Setving Cenftal Suffolk... 'WITH THAT HOME TOWN TOUCH'
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YOUR DEPARTMENT STORES
PATCHOGUE .-- RIVERHEAD
4F3 TM ENT S
1 West Main Street, Patchogue, 475-0280
111 East Main Street, Riverhead,727-6100
Headquarters for:
TICKETISON'
YOUR DEPARTMENT STORES
PATCHOGUE .-- RIVERHEAD
4F3 TM ENT S
1 West Main Street, Patchogue, 475-0280
111 East Main Street, Riverhead,727-6100
Headquarters for:
TICKETISON'
YOUR DEPARTMENT STORES
PATCHOGUE .-- RIVERHEAD
~ Swezey's ~
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PARTMENT S \ o ~
1 West Main Street, Patchogue, 475-0280
111 East Main Street, Riverhead, 727-6100
Headquarters for:
277
GR5-9718
H A Y M A N ' S S E R V I C E C E N T E R
AIRCONDITIONING- WHEEL ALIGNMENT
AUTOMATICTRANSMISSIONS - BRAKES
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
MEDFORDAVE., COR. ROE •LVD.
HAROLDHAYMANPATCHOGUE. N. Y. 11772
C ON GR A T ULA T I ON S DA V I D:
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '75
JAMES A. BROWNIE AND SON, INC.
HOUSE MOVING CONTRACTORS
204 Bay Avenue
Patchogue, NY Telephone:
11772 (516) 475-4323
S C H OR DI N E R E FR I GE R A T I ON
Radio Dispatched Service
Refrigeration —Air Conditioning
Service
Over 50 Years In Patchogue
134 Waverly Ave. Patchogue, NY
R I C H A R D Y OR K
OF PA T C H OGUE
"Your Red Cross Shoe Store"
14 South Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, NY 11772
Phone: (516) 475-1047
278
GR5-9718
H A Y M A N ' S S E R V I C E C E N T E R
AIRCONDITIONING- WHEEL ALIGNMENT
AUTOMATICTRANSMISSIONS - BRAKES
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
MEDFORDAVE., COR. ROE •LVD.
HAROLDHAYMANPATCHOGUE. N. Y. 11772
C ON GR A T ULA T I ON S DA V I D:
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '75
JAMES A. BROWNIE AND SON, INC.
HOUSE MOVING CONTRACTORS
204 Bay Avenue
Patchogue, NY Telephone:
11772 (516) 475-4323
S C H OR DI N E R E FR I GE R A T I ON
Radio Dispatched Service
Refrigeration —Air Conditioning
Service
Over 50 Years In Patchogue
134 Waverly Ave. Patchogue, NY
R I C H A R D Y OR K
OF PA T C H OGUE
"Your Red Cross Shoe Store"
14 South Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, NY 11772
Phone: (516) 475-1047
278
CONGRATULATIONS DAVID:
GR !I - 971S
e
HAYMAN'S SERVICE CENTER
A I R CONDITIONING - WHEEL ALIGNMENT
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS - BRAKES
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
MEDFORD AVE_. COR. ROE BLVD.
HAROLD HAYMAN PATCHOGUE. N . Y . 11772
SCHORDINE REFRIGERATION
Radio Dispatched Service
Refrigeration -Air Conditioning
Service
Over 50 Years In Patchogue
134 Waverly Ave. Patchogue, NY
278
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '75
JAMES A. BROWNIE AND SON, INC.
HOUSE MOVING CONTRACTORS
204 Bay Aven ue
Patchogue, NY
11772
Telephone:
(516) 475-4323
RICHARD YORK
OF PATCHOGUE
" Your Red Cross Shoe Store"
14 South Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, NY 11772
Phone: (516) 475-1047
475-6336-7
EST. 1925
ROE MOTORS
40 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
PHONE GROVER 5-7000
ROBERTACCIO FUNNERAL HOME, INC.
Robert J. Robertaccio, Lic. Mgr.
USED CARS
DICK YETTI 412 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
85 Medford Avenue Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Terry Bros., Inc.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
TRUCK* PASSENGER & SNOW TIRES
*FLATS REPAIRED * RETREADING
475-0109 522 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
PLATE GLASS CO. INC.
40 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
GR. 5-5858
ANGELO JULIAN ALEX ZELENSKI
279
475-6336-7
EST. 1925
ROE MOTORS
40 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
PHONE GROVER 5-7000
ROBERTACCIO FUNNERAL HOME, INC.
Robert J. Robertaccio, Lic. Mgr.
USED CARS
DICK YETTI 412 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
85 Medford Avenue Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Terry Bros., Inc.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
TRUCK* PASSENGER & SNOW TIRES
*FLATS REPAIRED * RETREADING
475-0109 522 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
PLATE GLASS CO. INC.
40 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
GR. 5-5858
ANGELO JULIAN ALEX ZELENSKI
279
475-6336-7
EST. 1925
ROE MOTORS
USED CARS
DICK YETTI 412 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
Terry Bros., Inc.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
TRUCK* PASSENGER & SNOW TIRES
* FLATS REPAIRED * RETREADING
475-0109 522 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
PHONE GROVER 5-7000
ROBERTACCIO FUNNERAL HOME, INC.
Robert J. Robertaccio, Lie. Mgr.
85 Medford Avenue Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
PLATE GLASS CO. INC.
40 MEDFORD AVE.
PATCHOGUE, N.Y. 11772
GR. 5-5858
ANGELO JULIAN
ALEX ZELENSKI
279
CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE
CLASS OF 1975
BANKERS TRUST
OF
SUFFOLK, N. A.
CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE
CLASS OF 1975
BANKERS TRUST
OF
SUFFOLK, N. A.
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CONGRATULATIONS
TOTHE
CLASS OF 1975
BANKERS TRUST
OF
SUFFOLK, N. A.
BEST WISHES
GLOVER BOTTLED GAS CO.
NORTH PATCHOGUE
Compliments of:
BEN'S GLASS SERVICE
158 Medford Avenue
GEORGE NESENGER
President
NESENGER CHEVROLET, INC.
460 East Main St., Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Tel.: 516 475-1600
ED, DON, BOB TEL. 289-1432
PRYBYZERSKI BROS.
AUTO REPAIR, INC.
494 MEDFORD AVENUE PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
11772
281
BEST WISHES
GLOVER BOTTLED GAS CO.
NORTH PATCHOGUE
Compliments of:
BEN'S GLASS SERVICE
158 Medford Avenue
GEORGE NESENGER
President
NESENGER CHEVROLET, INC.
460 East Main St., Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Tel.: 516 475-1600
ED, DON, BOB TEL. 289-1432
PRYBYZERSKI BROS.
AUTO REPAIR, INC.
494 MEDFORD AVENUE PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
11772
281
BEST WISHES
GLOVER BOTTLED GAS CO.
NORTH PATCHOGUE
'iUti.".
GEORGE NESENGER
President
NESENGER CHEVROLET, INC.
460 East Mai n St. , Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
Tel. : 516475-1600
Compliments of:
BEN'S GLASS SERVICE
158 Medford Avenue
ED, DON, BOB TEL. 289-1432
PRYBYZERSKI BROS.
AUTO REPAIR, INC.
494 MEDFORD AVENUE PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
11772
281
ICE CREAM PUB
Ye olde fashioned
ice cream parlour
22West Main Street
Patchogue,N.Y. 11772
475-2514
"THE FASHION STORE"
MAINSTREET
PATCHOGUE
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS
OF 1975
SyfiLLE
Catilzt & ZinoLzanz
Best Wishes To The Class
of 1975
SPECIALISTS IN QUALITY & SERVICE
BRONEN'S MUSIC COMPANY
IRV BELLER JERRY BELLER
"EVERYTHING INMUSIC"
464 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
DISCOUNTSUP TO 50% OFF LIST
WE BUY, SELL, OR TRADE
AT 9-1112
27 SO. OCEANAVE. PATCHOGUE
PHONE: 654-0554
282
ICE CREAM PUB
Ye olde fashioned
ice cream parlour
22West Main Street
Patchogue,N.Y. 11772
475-2514
"THE FASHION STORE"
MAINSTREET
PATCHOGUE
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS
OF 1975
SyfiLLE
Catilzt & ZinoLzanz
Best Wishes To The Class
of 1975
SPECIALISTS IN QUALITY & SERVICE
BRONEN'S MUSIC COMPANY
IRV BELLER JERRY BELLER
"EVERYTHING INMUSIC"
464 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
DISCOUNTSUP TO 50% OFF LIST
WE BUY, SELL, OR TRADE
AT 9-1112
27 SO. OCEANAVE. PATCHOGUE
PHONE: 654-0554
282
ICE CREAM PUB
Ye olde fashioned
ice cream parlour
22 West Main St reet
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
475-2514
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS
OF 1975

c!'a'tpet 5- C!.O'tp.
SPECIALISTS IN QUALITY & SERVICE
IRV BELLER JERRY BELLER
282
464 East Main Street
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
AT 9-1112
Best Wishes To The Class
of 1975
"THE FASHION STORE"
MAIN STREET
PATCHOGUE
BRONEN'S MUSIC COMPANY
"EVERYTHING IN MUSIC"
DISCOUNTS UP TO 50% OFF LIST
WE BUY, SELL, OR TRADE
27 SO. OCEAN AVE. PATCHOGUE
PHONE: 654-0554
Cluich's . 2 0
8 First Street
Waverly Avenue
Patchogue NY
CATERING
HOT & COLD HEROS
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PHONE (516) 475-8856
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2 40 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, NY 11772
D. Neger, Prop.
482 Route 112,Patchogue. 289 - 8984
CONGRATULATIONSAND GOOD LUCK TO
DEBRA
Tel. 475-4883 475-4872
GASSERT PHARMACY, INC.
40 2 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, NY
Phone: 475-0 885
Phil Liguori
CONTRACT CLEANING CORP.
185 MEDFORD AVE. BOX 567
PATCHOGUE, NY
2 83
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8 First Street
Waverly Avenue
Patchogue NY
CATERING
HOT & COLD HEROS
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PHONE (516) 475-8856
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2 40 Medford Avenue
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482 Route 112,Patchogue. 289 - 8984
CONGRATULATIONSAND GOOD LUCK TO
DEBRA
Tel. 475-4883 475-4872
GASSERT PHARMACY, INC.
40 2 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, NY
Phone: 475-0 885
Phil Liguori
CONTRACT CLEANING CORP.
185 MEDFORD AVE. BOX 567
PATCHOGUE, NY
2 83
CATERING
8 Fi rst Street
Waverly Avenue
Pat chogue NY
HOT & COLD HEROS
PHONE (516) 475-8856
240 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, NY 11772
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GASSERT PHARMACY, INC.
402 Medford Avenue
Patchogue, NY
Phone: 475-0885
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482 Route 112, Patchogue. 289 - 8984
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO
DEBRA
Tel. 475-4883 475-4872
Phil Liguori
CONTRACT CLEANING CORP.
185 MEDFORD AVE. BOX 567
PATCHOGUE, NY
283
Congratulations To The Class Of '75
ANCHOR CLUB
President: Patricia Fenz
Vice President: Jean-Marie Fuccillo
Secretary: Ellen Levine
Treasurer: Deserie Gori
Congratulations Class Of '75
From The LEO CLUB
284
Congratulations To The Class Of '75
ANCHOR CLUB
President: Patricia Fenz
Vice President: Jean-Marie Fuccillo
Secretary: Ellen Levine
Treasurer: Deserie Gori
Congratulations Class Of '75
From The LEO CLUB
284 2&4
Congratulations To The Class Of '75
ANCHORCLUB
President:
Vice President:
Secretary:
Treasurer:
Patricia Fenz
Jean-Marie Fuccillo
Ellen Levine
Deserie Gori
Congratulations Class Of '75
From The LEO CLUB
(516) 289-2600 (516) 665-4830
Best Wishes
To
The Class Of 1975
From
Bob & Dick Mayer
MAYER'S FLOWER COTTAGE
399 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y.
475-1779
SUNRISE SURGICAL
SUPPLY CO., INC.
Equipment and Supplies for the
Physician, Hospital and Patient
Orthopedic Appliances
1989 Union Blvd.
Bay Shore, N.Y. 11706
180 E. Main Street Mall
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
W.S.C.M.
HAPPINESS TO THE CLASS OF '75
285
(516) 289-2600 (516) 665-4830
Best Wishes
To
The Class Of 1975
From
Bob & Dick Mayer
MAYER'S FLOWER COTTAGE
399 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y.
475-1779
SUNRISE SURGICAL
SUPPLY CO., INC.
Equipment and Supplies for the
Physician, Hospital and Patient
Orthopedic Appliances
1989 Union Blvd.
Bay Shore, N.Y. 11706
180 E. Main Street Mall
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
W.S.C.M.
HAPPINESS TO THE CLASS OF '75
285
Best Wishes
To
The Class Of 1975
From
Bob & Dick Mayer
MAYER'S FLOWER COTTAGE
399 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y.
475-1779
(516) 289-2600 (516) 665-4830
SUNRISE SURGICAL
SUPPLY CO., INC.
Equipment and Suppl ies f or the
Physician , Hospital and Pat ient
Ort hopedic Appliances
1989 Union Blvd.
Bay Shore, N.Y. 11706
"-
180 E. Main Street Mall
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
W.S.C.M.
HAPPI NESS TO THE CLASS OF '75
285
TH-ECEASSI 0 F 76/
OFFERS PRAISE TO THE RECORDS OF THE PAST
LOUD ACCLAIM TO RECORD '75
AND PROMISE OF GREATNESS FOR
RECORD '76
TH-ECEASSI 0 F 76/
OFFERS PRAISE TO THE RECORDS OF THE PAST
LOUD ACCLAIM TO RECORD '75
AND PROMISE OF GREATNESS FOR
RECORD '76
OF '
SS FOR RECORD '76
Cocktail Lounge
Compliments
of
BAYSIDE
FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Tel 516-475-7926
South SHORE STEAK PUB
388 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
116 E. Main St.
Patchogue
New York
516-289-3200
The finest for your dining pleasure
Small party facilities
Wine and dine heartily

Good Luck To The Class Of '75
P.M.H.S. Chorus

Linda Geist, Pres.
Chris Honey, V. Pres.
Audrey Slabowski, Sec.
Lorin DeBono, Treas.

The Chorus Wants You.

287
Cocktail Lounge
Compliments
of
BAYSIDE
FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Tel 516-475-7926
South SHORE STEAK PUB
388 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
116 E. Main St.
Patchogue
New York
516-289-3200
The finest for your dining pleasure
Small party facilities
Wine and dine heartily

Good Luck To The Class Of '75
P.M.H.S. Chorus

Linda Geist, Pres.
Chris Honey, V. Pres.
Audrey Slabowski, Sec.
Lorin DeBono, Treas.

The Chorus Wants You.

287
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BAYSIDE
Compl i ments
of
FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
116 E. Mai n St.
Patchogue
New York
516-289-3200
Tel 516-475-7926
Cockta il Lounge
South SHORE STEAK PUB
388 Medford Ave.
Patchogue, N.Y. 11772
The finest for your di ning pleasure
Small party fac il it ies
Wine and dine heart il y
..
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Linda Geist, Pres.
Chris Honey, V. Pres.
Good Luck To The Class Of '75
P.M.H.S. Chorus
The Chorus Wants You .
Audrey Siabowski , Sec.
Lorin DeBono, Treas .
28 7
CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE CLASS OF '75
FROM
Sign hockin' Stairway to heaven (you knowwhere) ... Fire Island
(the house boat) ... Do you want some gum? ... Pumpkin stealing (the
great pumpkin went to Jennings) ... Swiftway ... Greg Who? Foster Ave-
nue .. Delirious ... Hello, Honey, he isn't worth it ... Jame . Sopho-
more basketball ... Vice-tea ... Tri-picnic ... chimp-pimp ... Swans-
Meyer ... Robo's not Rodo Tookin Barnaby Bye ... April's party-
Seton Hall ... Charlie-Ricky ... Pine Neck parties ... The silver mustang
. We watch the sun come up ... Sure, Meag . Hard day's night ...
"The way we were" ... Elton John, every time I get drunk; let's talk about
Jennings ... Jon this; Jon that; Jon who? ... Let's go to the dinner-choco-
late milk through the teeth ... My ridge-hendrens . Promnight, Meag
you're late; your dress is wrinkled .. Don't tell me I knoweverything ...
Nob ... Poison ivy ... Merkin ... But their muffler burns! ... Good morn-
ing ... Burp . . Anticipation .. 50's hop ... Hello, Dolly! ... Let himrun
wild ... Jon, Greg, Jimmy ... CSNYand friends ... Coming in three hours
after Jamie .. . Jame? ... Motel at the beach ... Summer of '74 ... Fights
.. Fights ... Friends . Smithpoint Aboretum... Lets go fly a kite
. Graduation day.
This one last time to be together—

Love and friendship to all
All as one.

those
Special memories have already been

who made our years some-
forgotten -

thing special.
Stored away as time in the past.

Jamie and Meaghan
But these years together -
Will always remain a part of us
So that we can look back, and smile,
Remembering those we loved,
And cherish our final moments to
share.
CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE CLASS OF '75
FROM
Sign hockin' Stairway to heaven (you knowwhere) ... Fire Island
(the house boat) ... Do you want some gum? ... Pumpkin stealing (the
great pumpkin went to Jennings) ... Swiftway ... Greg Who? Foster Ave-
nue .. Delirious ... Hello, Honey, he isn't worth it ... Jame . Sopho-
more basketball ... Vice-tea ... Tri-picnic ... chimp-pimp ... Swans-
Meyer ... Robo's not Rodo Tookin Barnaby Bye ... April's party-
Seton Hall ... Charlie-Ricky ... Pine Neck parties ... The silver mustang
. We watch the sun come up ... Sure, Meag . Hard day's night ...
"The way we were" ... Elton John, every time I get drunk; let's talk about
Jennings ... Jon this; Jon that; Jon who? ... Let's go to the dinner-choco-
late milk through the teeth ... My ridge-hendrens . Promnight, Meag
you're late; your dress is wrinkled .. Don't tell me I knoweverything ...
Nob ... Poison ivy ... Merkin ... But their muffler burns! ... Good morn-
ing ... Burp . . Anticipation .. 50's hop ... Hello, Dolly! ... Let himrun
wild ... Jon, Greg, Jimmy ... CSNYand friends ... Coming in three hours
after Jamie .. . Jame? ... Motel at the beach ... Summer of '74 ... Fights
.. Fights ... Friends . Smithpoint Aboretum... Lets go fly a kite
. Graduation day.
This one last time to be together—

Love and friendship to all
All as one.

those
Special memories have already been

who made our years some-
forgotten -

thing special.
Stored away as time in the past.

Jamie and Meaghan
But these years together -
Will always remain a part of us
So that we can look back, and smile,
Remembering those we loved,
And cherish our final moments to
share.
CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE CLASS OF '75
FROM
Sign hockin' .. Stairway to heaven (you know where) Fire Island
, (the house boat) Do you want some gum? Pumpkin stealing (the
great pumpkin went to Jennings) Swiftway Greg Who? Foster Ave-
nue Delirious Hello, Honey, he isn't worth it .. . Jame .. Sopho-
more basketball Vice-tea . .. Tri-picnic chimp-pimp Swans-
Meyer Robo's not Rodo .. Tookin Barnaby Bye ... April ' s party-
Seton Hall .. Charlie-Ricky Pine Neck parties ... The silver mustang
We watch the sun come up Sure, Meag Hard day's night
" The way we were" Elton John, every time I get drunk; let ' s talk about
Jennings . . . Jon this; Jon that; Jon who? Let's go to the dinner-choco-
late rnilk through the teeth My ridge-hendrens .. Prom night. Meag
you ' re late; your dress is wrinkled ... Don 't tell me I know everything
Nob .. Poison ivy Merkin .. . But their muffler burns! ... Good morn-
ing ... Burp .. Anticipation 50's hop . Hello, Dolly! Let him run
wild ... Jon, Greg, Jimmy .. CSNY and friends ... Coming in three hours
after Jamie ... jame? . . . Motel at the beach ... Summer of '74 .. Fights
.. Fights Friends Smithpoint Aboretum Lets go fly a kite
. Graduation dat
This one last time to be together-
All as one.
Special memories have already been
forgotten -
Stored away as time in the past.
But these years together-
Will always remain a part of us
So that we can look back, and smile,
Remembering those we loved,
And cherish our final moments to
share.
Love and friendship to all
those
who made our years some-
thing special.
Jamie and Meaghan
BOOSTERS
The Lo Schiavo Family — Good Luck, Class of 1975.
Mr. Martin Hoctor
Mr. Carl Unger
Mr. Raymond Kennedy
Best Wishes, Mindy, and welcome to SUCO.
Mindy's proud Grandparents wish success in future endeavors.
Mr. Frank Candito
Good Luck to the Class of '75 — Mr. and Mrs. Loy Johnson.
Mr. John Sifanek.
Good Luck to the Class of '75 — Mr. and Mrs. Luff.
Best Wishes for the future — the Collins Family.
Happiness and Success, Clas of '75 — the Warnken Family.
Barbara and Kenny — June 29. 1974.
But Peakie — I "liked" his brother.
Wow! Jimmy — I'm impressed ... "Mine."
ood Luck from Alexander and Christopher Ogilvie.
Tom Pynchon, where are you?
Best Wishes — Dee Titus, Gary Titus.
The unexamined life is not worth living.
Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself —Matthew 22:39
Freedom — when nothing holds you but the horizon.
Mr. George Squires
You can stand there with your fixed expression
Casting doubt on all I have to say
Why don't you touch me. touch me,
Now, now, now (Genesis)
P.S. It's your last chance.
***************
To my fellow humans:
All I really want to do
Is be friends with you.
Meetsar
289
BOOSTERS
The Lo Schiavo Family — Good Luck, Class of 1975.
Mr. Martin Hoctor
Mr. Carl Unger
Mr. Raymond Kennedy
Best Wishes, Mindy, and welcome to SUCO.
Mindy's proud Grandparents wish success in future endeavors.
Mr. Frank Candito
Good Luck to the Class of '75 — Mr. and Mrs. Loy Johnson.
Mr. John Sifanek.
Good Luck to the Class of '75 — Mr. and Mrs. Luff.
Best Wishes for the future — the Collins Family.
Happiness and Success, Clas of '75 — the Warnken Family.
Barbara and Kenny — June 29. 1974.
But Peakie — I "liked" his brother.
Wow! Jimmy — I'm impressed ... "Mine."
ood Luck from Alexander and Christopher Ogilvie.
Tom Pynchon, where are you?
Best Wishes — Dee Titus, Gary Titus.
The unexamined life is not worth living.
Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself —Matthew 22:39
Freedom — when nothing holds you but the horizon.
Mr. George Squires
You can stand there with your fixed expression
Casting doubt on all I have to say
Why don't you touch me. touch me,
Now, now, now (Genesis)
P.S. It's your last chance.
***************
To my fellow humans:
All I really want to do
Is be friends with you.
Meetsar
289
BOOSTERS
The Lo Sch iavo Fami ly - Good Luck, Class of 1975.
Mr. Martin Hoctor
Mr. Carl Unger
Mr. Raymond Kennedy
Best Wishes, Mi ndy, and welcome to SUCO.
Mindy's proud Grandparents wish success i n future endeavors.
Mr. Frank Candito
Good Luck to t he Class of ' 75 - Mr. and Mrs. Loy Johnson.
Mr. John Sifanek.
Good Luck to the Cl ass of ' 75 - Mr. and Mrs. Luff.
Best Wishes for the future - the Col li ns Family.
Happiness and Success, Clas of '75 - the Warnken Family .
Barbara and Kenny - June 29, 1974.
But Peakie -I "l iked " his brother .
Wow! Jimmy - I' m i mpressed . .. " Mine. "
ood Luck from Alexander and Christopher Ogilvie.
Tom Pynchon, where are you?
Best Wishes - Dee Titus, Gary Titus.
The unexami ned li fe is not worth li ving .
Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself -Matthew 22:39
Freedom - when nothing holds you but the horizon .
Mr . George Squires
You can stand there with your fixed expression
Casting doubt on alii have to say
Why don 't you touch me, touch me,
Now, now, now (Genesis)
P.S. It ' s your last chance .
To my fellow humans:
Alii really want to do
Is be friends with you .
Meetsar
289
Patchogue-Medford High School
BAND
Congratulations to the Class of '75
Discovery
To discover is to expand one's universe ..
It may be a discovery that belongs to all:
Columbus discovered America
Einstein linked space matter and time
Michelangelo discovered a sculpture "hidden" in granite.
It may be a very personal discovery:
You have discovered a friend
You discovered a book, an idea, a place
You will continue to discover and grow.
We build on discoveries, our own and others',
To make our lives more beautiful and fulfilling.
With appreciation to David Bamberger from his Parents
Patchogue-Medford High School
BAND
Congratulations to the Class of '75
Discovery
To discover is to expand one's universe ..
It may be a discovery that belongs to all:
Columbus discovered America
Einstein linked space matter and time
Michelangelo discovered a sculpture "hidden" in granite.
It may be a very personal discovery:
You have discovered a friend
You discovered a book, an idea, a place
You will continue to discover and grow.
We build on discoveries, our own and others',
To make our lives more beautiful and fulfilling.
With appreciation to David Bamberger from his Parents
Patchogue-Medford High School
BAND
Congratulations to the Class of '75
Discovery
To discover is to expand one's universe ..
It may be a discovery that belongs to all:
Columbus discovered America
Einstein linked space matter and time
Michelangelo discovered a sculpture " hidden " in granite.
It may be a very personal discovery:
You have discovered a friend
You discovered a book, an i dea, a place
You will continue to discover and grow.
We build on discoveries, our own and others',
To make our lives more beautiful and fulf ill ing.
With appreciat ion to David Bamberger from his Parents
—Christopher Columbus
Discoverer of America
(1446-1506)
—Christopher Columbus
Discoverer of America
(1446-1506)
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