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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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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
This book attempts to deal with discovery; it is
a record of discoveries made during a sojourn in
high school. Friends have been discovered, tal-
ents and skills have been realized, and many of
life's predicaments have been experienced; and
hopefully, these discoveries have led to even
greater ones about ourselves and the nature of
the world in which we live. At the same time,
Record '75 attempts to make a comment on the
process of discovery.
The ability to discover is inborn in everyone,
and everyone, at that moment after birth when
he first opens his eyes to the world, is willing to
look for and accept everything within his reach.
But as we grow older, and we develop patterns
for reasoning and accepting, and as we grow less
excited with each new discovery, we become less
eager to make the next one. Perhaps we begin to
lose that capacity to appreciate each new find.
It is with this in mind that the staff of Record
'75 presents its product: all the people in school
that you have met, and those that you haven't
seen; those few activities you have participated
in, and those few dozen that you have only won-
dered about; the athletics, the academics, and
the dozens of adults who pushed, shouted, and
encouraged you to develop a better understand-
ing of and an eagerness for the process of
discovery.
Record '75 also features "half-page concen-
trations" on many school personalities because
it is the staff's belief that it is important to dis-
cover and learn about as many individuals as
possible.
The process of discovery is vital to each of us
because life is nothing more than a series of
discoveries. This book will hopefully serve as an
exhortation to each of us to continue to discover
for the rest of our lives.
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s.
This book attempts to deal with discovery; it is
a record of discoveries made during a sojourn in
high school. Friends have been discovered, tal-
ents and skills have been realized, and many of
life's predicaments have been experienced; and
hopefully, these discoveries have led to even
greater ones about ourselves and the nature of
the world in which we live. At the same time,
Record '75 attempts to make a comment on the
process of discovery.
The ability to discover is inborn in everyone,
and everyone, at that moment after birth when
he first opens his eyes to the world, is willing to
look for and accept everything within his reach.
But as we grow older, and we develop patterns
for reasoning and accepting, and as we grow less
excited with each new discovery, we become less
eager to make the next one. Perhaps we begin to
lose that capacity to appreciate each new find.
It is with this in mind that the staff of Record
'75 presents its product: all the people in school
that you have met, and those that you haven't
seen; those few activities you have participated
in, and those few dozen that you have only won-
dered about; the athletics, the academics, and
the dozens of adults who pushed, shouted, and
encouraged you to develop a better understand-
ing of and an eagerness for the process of
discovery.
Record '75 also features "half-page concen-
trations" on many school personalities because
it is the staff's belief that it is important to dis-
cover and learn about as many individuals as
possible.
The process of discovery is vital to each of us
because life is nothing more than a series of
discoveries. This book will hopefully serve as an
exhortation to each of us to continue to discover
for the rest of our lives.
a
try
s.
This book attempts to deal with discovery; it is
a record of discoveries made during a sojourn in
high school. Friends have been discovered, tal-
ents and skills have been realized, and many of
life's predicaments have been experienced; and
hopefully, these discoveries have led to even
greater ones about ourselves and the nature of
the world in which we live. At the same time,
Record '75 attempts to make a comment on the
process of discovery.
The ability to discover is inborn in everyone,
and everyone. at that moment after birth when
he first opens his eyes to the world. is willing to
look for and accept everything within his reach.
But as we grow older, and we develop patterns
for reasoning and accepting. and as we grow less
excited with each new discovery, we become less
eager to make the next one. Perhaps we begin to
lose that capacity to appreciate each new find.
It is with this in mind that the staff of Record
'75 presents its product: all the people in school
that you have met, and those that you haven't
seen; those few activities you have participated
in. and those few dozen that you have only won-
dered about; the athletics, the academics, and
the dozens of adults who pushed. shouted. and
encouraged you to develop a better understand-
ing of and an eagerness for the process of
discovery.
Record '75 also features "half-page concen-
trations" on many school personalities because
it is the staff's belief that it is important to dis-
cover and learn about as many individuals as
possible.
The process of discovery is vital to each of us
- because life is nothing more than a series of
discoveries. This book will hopefully serve as an
exhortation to each of us to continue to discover
for the rest of our lives. ~ ..... "
DISCOVERIES
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Discoveries fall into two categories: those that require searching for -
vaccines, medicines, continents, and thosethat arestumbled uponby acci-
dent several vaccines, medicines, and continents, for example.
Thediscoveries that aremost important aretherealizations of thosethings
which are around us. These are perhaps the most difficult discoveries to
make, for they require an ability to see, in the most important sense: they
requireamind whichis uncluttered, and unshaded enoughtoaccept, without
reservation, what its eyes tell it is ahead of them.
Weareeachbornwiththis ability toSEE: and eachtimeweareplaced with-
inatotally newsituation, weareinthis sensechildrenagain. Theword discov-
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their own activities, but with the workings and entertainments of the entire
y r..school is not because of their age; it is because they have the ability to be ex-
cited by what it is that they seeinfront of them.
Perhaps we should take time to truly discover these underclassmen. For
they make those discoveries that it is most important to make; they open
their minds and eyes wideenoughtoappreciatejust what it is that is infront
of their ownnoses.
-
Discoveries fall into two categories: those that require searching for -
vaccines, medicines, continents, and thosethat arestumbled uponby acci-
dent several vaccines, medicines, and continents, for example.
Thediscoveries that aremost important aretherealizations of thosethings
which are around us. These are perhaps the most difficult discoveries to
make, for they require an ability to see, in the most important sense: they
requireamind whichis uncluttered, and unshaded enoughtoaccept, without
reservation, what its eyes tell it is ahead of them.
Weareeachbornwiththis ability toSEE: and eachtimeweareplaced with-
inatotally newsituation, weareinthis sensechildrenagain. Theword discov-
t-
,,e-t. ,1 ! -,-- ery has a childlike, fairy tale sound to it it carries with it connotations of
0 .7 :-, ,l- ', .-
wonder, awe, and excitement Columbus discovered America, the small

il .. child discovered ashillingbetweenthecobblestones of theroad, theadven-


; -,-
' - ,! t--.
turers discovered theentrancetothecastle. But weshould not beslowtodis-
.-. -t-g!
cover for this reason; rather, weshould strivetolearnall themorefor these -,! :,,-
4A!-7 4.,' ;
'; ., A
le
childlikeabilities tosee, accept, and truly appreciate, without fear of scornof q

lt, 1 . ,
: .-..., 1 . -
-_ ,- .,ridicule, areattributes whichshould never belost.

4. ',--' --; -,:' ,.-


r,-. .-
,; Eachsophomoreclass enters thebigHighSchool, and eachexhibits the
-7 :
A.k.
; .
same characteristics. Their great eagerness to get involved, not only with
e32
.
their own activities, but with the workings and entertainments of the entire
y r..school is not because of their age; it is because they have the ability to be ex-
cited by what it is that they seeinfront of them.
Perhaps we should take time to truly discover these underclassmen. For
they make those discoveries that it is most important to make; they open
their minds and eyes wideenoughtoappreciatejust what it is that is infront
of their ownnoses.
-
Discoveries fall into two categories: those that require searching for -
vaccines, medicines, continents, - and those that are stumbled upon byacci-
dent - several vaccines, medicines, and continents, for example.
The discoveries that are most important are the realizations of those things
which are around us. These are perhaps the most difficult discoveries to
make, for they require an ability to see, in the most important sense: they
require a mind which is uncluttered, and unshaded enough to accept, without
reservation, what its eyes tell it is ahead of them.
We are each born with this ability to SEE: and each time we are placed with-
in a totally new situation, we are in this sense children again. The word discov-
ery has a childlike, fairy tale sound to it; it carries with it connotations of
wonder, awe, and excitement - Columbus discovered America, the small
child discovered a shilling between the cobblestones of the road, the adven-
turers discovered the entrance to the castle. But we should not be slow to dis-
cover for this reason; rather, we should strive to learn all the more, for these
childlike abilities to see, accept, and truly appreciate, without fear of scorn of
ridicule, are attributes which should never be lost.
Each sophomore class enters the big High School, and each exhibits the
same characteristics. Their great eagerness to get involved, not only with
their own activities, but with the workings and entertainments of the entire
school is not because of their age; it is because they have the ability to be ex-
cited by what it is that they see in front of them.
Perhaps we should take time to truly discover these underclassmen. For
they make those discoveries that it is most important to make; they open
their minds and eyes wide enough to appreciate just what it is that is in front
of their own noses.
Valerie Clarke
Ellen Purcell
Mary Kennedy
Nancy Nemschick
Mike Minn
Kathy Benincasa
CLASS of
Maida Torres
Stacey Smith
Jeff Bloom
Eileen Harrison
Mike Castorf
Venus Rodriguez
... where is room 230?.. oh, what did I do with my
homework?... biology test on Friday sophomore float ... a
'65' in geometry for the first 10weeks!!
These are bits and pieces which gradually through the year
helped form the puzzle representing a student's sophomore year.
Many things went into shaping this puzzle, but what did they
form?Many sophomores agreed that in a high school such as
Patchogue-Medford a student is allotted many freedoms. The use
of these freedoms are what have made the sophomores of the
Class of '77 independent and unique.
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Valerie Clarke
Ellen Purcell
Mary Kennedy
Nancy Nemschick
Mike Minn
Kathy Benincasa
CLASS of
Maida Torres
Stacey Smith
Jeff Bloom
Eileen Harrison
Mike Castorf
Venus Rodriguez
... where is room 230?.. oh, what did I do with my
homework?... biology test on Friday sophomore float ... a
'65' in geometry for the first 10weeks!!
These are bits and pieces which gradually through the year
helped form the puzzle representing a student's sophomore year.
Many things went into shaping this puzzle, but what did they
form?Many sophomores agreed that in a high school such as
Patchogue-Medford a student is allotted many freedoms. The use
of these freedoms are what have made the sophomores of the
Class of '77 independent and unique.
16
16
CLASS of
Maida Torres
Stacey Smith
Jeff Bloom
Eileen Harrison
Mike Castorf
Venus Rodriguez
where is room 230? oh , what did I do with my
homework? ... biology test on Friday ... sophomore float ... a
' 65' in geometry for the first 10 weeks!! .
These are bits and pieces which gradually through the year
helped form the puzzle representing a student's sophomore year.
Many th i ngs went into shaping this puzzle, but what did they
form? Many sophomores agreed that in a high school such as
Patchogue-Medford a student is allotted many freedoms. The use
of these freedoms are what have made the sophomores of the
Class of '77 independent and unique.
Valerie Clarke
Ellen Purcell
Mary Kennedy
Nancy Nemschick
Mike Minn
Kathy Benincasa
DISCOVER GARY CEE
Gary is a sophomore who has already
made his mark in this school. He is very in-
terested in the theatre, and this interest may
lead to a career later in life. He was in the
cast of THE RAINMAKER and also in the
school play FINIAN'S RAINBOW. Gary feels
that his past experiences have helped his act-
ing ability greatly. He also enjoys music and
is an avid fan of the band, Chicago. Gary has
also written songs for his own enjoyment. He
likes creative writing, which he does in his
leisure time. He writes about his past experi-
ences, and feels that, in general, it is best to
write fromexperience.
Gary enjoys school and appreciates the
freedomhe has. He also realizes the respon-
sibilities that go along with this newly found
freedom. Gary feels that all Patchogue Med-
ford students mu.4t develop this responsibili-
ty if they want to be successful here. With
this attitude, Gary should prove to be excel-
lent student, and a credit to the student
body.
Sophomore officers and advisor: Charles Adams. president; Nancy Amone, vice president: Kelly Campbell, secretary;
Jeanine Maier, treasurer; Gerald Sullivan, advisor.
DISCOVER GARY CEE
Gary is a sophomore who has already
made his mark in this school. He is very in-
terested in the theatre, and this interest may
lead to a career later in life. He was in the
cast of THE RAINMAKER and also in the
school play FINIAN'S RAINBOW. Gary feels
that his past experiences have helped his act-
ing ability greatly. He also enjoys music and
is an avid fan of the band, Chicago. Gary has
also written songs for his own enjoyment. He
likes creative writing, which he does in his
leisure time. He writes about his past experi-
ences, and feels that, in general, it is best to
write fromexperience.
Gary enjoys school and appreciates the
freedomhe has. He also realizes the respon-
sibilities that go along with this newly found
freedom. Gary feels that all Patchogue Med-
ford students mu.4t develop this responsibili-
ty if they want to be successful here. With
this attitude, Gary should prove to be excel-
lent student, and a credit to the student
body.
Sophomore officers and advisor: Charles Adams. president; Nancy Amone, vice president: Kelly Campbell, secretary;
Jeanine Maier, treasurer; Gerald Sullivan, advisor.
Sophomore officers and advisor: Charles Adams. president; Nancy Amone. v i c ~ president: Kelly Campbell. secretary;
Jeanine Maler. treasurer; Gerald Sullivan. advisor.
DISCOVER GARY CEE
Gary is a sophomore who has already
made his mark in this school. He is very in-
terested in the theatre, and this interest may
lead to a career later in life. He was in the
cast of THE RAINMAKER and also in the
school play FINIAN'S RAINBOW. Gary feels
that his past experiences have helped his act-
ing ability greatly. He also enjoys music and
is an avid fan of the band, Chicago. Gary has
also written songs for his own enjoyment. He
likes creative writing, which he does in his
leisure time. He writes about his past experi-
ences, and feels that, in general, it is best to
write from experience.
Gary enjoys school and appreciates the
freedom he has. He also realizes the respon-
sibilities that go along with this newly found
freedom. Gary feels that all Patchogue Med-
ford students mu.st develop this responsibili-
ty if they want to be successful here. With
this attitude, Gary should prove to be excel-
lent student, and a credit to the student
body.
Barbara Quick Donna Fries Charlie De
PattieJennewein Denise Corsetti Mike McFee
Madelyne Jones Laurieann Jesus
Karen Hartman Judy Ellen Wagner
Donna Perrone Mach
Alvin Jimenez Lau reen Cargill Rotermund Tom
John Russo Debbie Lynch Eric Meigel
Deborah Daves Hilda-Ann Samolinski
Joe Schatzle Angel Diaz Steve Perez
Ed Todd Santostefano Lori Monaco
Norma Maureen
Kim Seeley Laura Fiore
Melendez Beaver
Willie Rivera
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Barbara Quick Donna Fries Charlie De
PattieJennewein Denise Corsetti Mike McFee
Madelyne Jones Laurieann Jesus
Karen Hartman Judy Ellen Wagner
Donna Perrone Mach
Alvin Jimenez Lau reen Cargill Rotermund Tom
John Russo Debbie Lynch Eric Meigel
Deborah Daves Hilda-Ann Samolinski
Joe Schatzle Angel Diaz Steve Perez
Ed Todd Santostefano Lori Monaco
Norma Maureen
Kim Seeley Laura Fiore
Melendez Beaver
Willie Rivera
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Barbara Quick Donna Fries Charlie De
Pattie Jen newei n Denise Corsetti Mike McFee
Madelyne Jones Laurieann Jesus
Karen Hartman Judy Ellen Wagner
Donna Perrone Mach
Alvin Jimenez Laureen Cargill Rotermund Tom
John Russo Debbie Lynch Eric Meigel
Deborah Daves Hilda-Ann Samoli nski
Joe Schatzle Angel Diaz Steve Perez
Ed Todd Santostefano Lori Monaco
Norma Maureen
Kim Seeley Laura Fi ore
Melendez Beaver
Willie Rivera
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Rich D'Aniello
John
Zimmerman
Carol Hodosky
John Ryder
Rick Farrands
Doreen
Brandsetter
Randy Fant
Clay Burt
Vicky Conrad
Bill Cockerill
John Criscone
Barbara Davis
Mark McDermet
Rick Buckman
Steve O'Brien
JimAmandola
Lloyd Nilsson
Joe Escobar
Nancy Cornell
Dale Califano
Robin Dietz
Joanne Bugala
Gail Phillips
Diane Russell
Katy Drake
Mike Pagilaro
Larry Mezoe
Shirley Somma
Alison Dewley
Patty Sweney
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Zimmerman
Carol Hodosky
John Ryder
Rick Farrands
Doreen
Brandsetter
Randy Fant
Clay Burt
Vicky Conrad
Bill Cockerill
John Criscone
Barbara Davis
Mark McDermet
Rick Buckman
Steve O'Brien
JimAmandola
Lloyd Nilsson
Joe Escobar
Nancy Cornell
Dale Califano
Robin Dietz
Joanne Bugala
Gail Phillips
Diane Russell
Katy Drake
Mike Pagilaro
Larry Mezoe
Shirley Somma
Alison Dewley
Patty Sweney
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John Calisto
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Lori Ventiere
Louise Celauro
Jim Thompson
Rob Larkin
Pat Federico
Everett Gould
Pattie McCabe
Yvette Mazzei
Mark Seiler
Bob Toyama
Roy Monaco
Michele Micheal
Oscar Beverly
Robin Selkirk
Doug Smith
Angel Lopez
Kevin Lawler
Paul Cataldo
Bob Chapman
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Pattie McCabe
Yvette Mazzei
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Yvette Mazzei
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Roy Monaco
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Robin Selkirk
Doug Smith
Angel Lopez
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Paul Cataldo
Bob Chapman
Judy Mantell
Steve Edgeworth
Clay Hollman
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Carmen Rodriguez
Louis Nappi
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Bob Corpac
Maureen Wilson
Patty O'Brien
Jenny Wittneben
Joe Biondolillo
Phyllis Russo
DomCrummy
Walt Wittneden
Jerry Raffe
Sue Vaianella
Ron Caruso
Mike Tauriello
Barry Barone
Joe Masem
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Debby Giusto
Pat Walters
Ray Sarwald
Arnold Worthman
Joe Tamberello
Anthony Cerbone
Donna Calderon
Terri Gerardino
Stan Chituck
Dave Space
Jack Kennedy
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Maureen Wilson
Patty O'Brien
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Jerry Raffe
Sue Vaianella
Ron Caruso
Mike Tauriello
Barry Barone
Joe Masem
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Debby Giusto
Pat Walters
Ray Sarwald
Arnold Worthman
Joe Tamberello
Anthony Cerbone
Donna Calderon
Terri Gerardino
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DebbieDavis
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CharlieRusso
Carol Orlando
DaveHernly
EdBenincase
Maureen
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SteveRezenski
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Rhonda
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KathyHiscock
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Carol DeBono
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DonnaFrabizio
DebbieDavis
Stevelnterrante
CharlieRusso
Carol Orlando
DaveHernly
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Maureen
Johnson
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Newham
KathyHiscock
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Bob Andrews
Nancy Connelly
Ann Arculeo
John Orlando
Dominick Sirico
Gina Caputo
Russ Breher
John McDonald
Nancy Scala
Carol DeBono
Kevin Kalman
Louis Lopez
Bob Mayer
Ron Krygi er
Donna Cucuzza
Walter Prudenti
Mike Barnes
Carol Hunter
Donna
Mikkelson
Gary Rizzi
Kerry Unger
Joan Leitgeb
Dawn Pink
Karen Burrowes
Jean Bradley
Sheila O'Neill
Maura Genova
John Matejka
Sharon
Diamond
Liz Bambach
Renee'Valenti
Jerry Mims
Tony Latego
Carol Perry
Frank Coppola
Bob
Szymkiewicz
Wendy Dayton
Mary Helper
Tony Medina
Bill Leary
Tony Pisculli
Donna Frabizio
Debbie Davis
Steve I nterra nte
Charlie Russo
Carol Orlando
Dave Hernly
Ed Benincase
Maureen
Johnson
Steve Rezenski
Grace Sanzano
Rhonda
Newham
Kathy Hiscock
Teri Baer
Gerry
Schuchman
Brenda Finger
Kay Tabone
Scott Krieger
Steve Jones
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Kathy Feindt
Colleen McFarland
Lydia Piccolo
Lori Stuchell
Mike Gunther
Robert Salzano
Susan Barthelmess
Kathy Briggs
Barbara Bauer
Jim Blumenthal
Gail Levbarg
Bill Robinson
Tim Tarrao
Glenn Laughton
Tony Benincasa
Laura Milian
Sue Smith
Elliot Spieler
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Kathy Feindt
Colleen McFarland
Lydia Piccolo
Lori Stuchell
Mike Gunther
Robert Salzano
Susan Barthelmess
Kathy Briggs
Barbara Bauer
Jim Blumenthal
Gail Levbarg
Bill Robinson
Tim Tarrao
Glenn Laughton
Tony Benincasa
Laura Milian
Sue Smith
Elliot Spieler
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Kathy Feindt
Colleen McFarland
Lydia Piccolo
Lori Stuchell
Mike Gunther
Robert Salzano
Susan Barthelmess
Kathy Briggs
Barbara Bauer
Jim Blumenthal
Gail Levbarg
Bill Robinson
Tim Tarrao
Glenn Laughton
Tony Benincasa
Laura Milian
Sue Smith
Elliot Spieler
Cheryl Carney
Carol Sanchez
Angela Thompson
Lou Felice
Alvera Rodriguez
Lou Ann Pecorella
Jeanine Maier
Eric Theune
Kathy Roarity
George Storch
Joe Mahoney
Sidney Smith
Betsy Soto
Fatmir Barolli
Debi Jankowski
Patti Neil
Ron Fox
Fred Lorentsen
Kim Nietfeld
Joe Timlin
Greg Hudson
Glenn Ferrante
Martin Brall
Lou D'Ambrosio
Beth Huether
John Cassidy
Rob Costanzo
Bob Sainz
Rick Collins
Tim Rowland
Vivian Pollak
Jim Merlo
David Waggett
Bruce Levine
Debbie Fulton
Kevin Hodkin
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Cheryl Carney
Carol Sanchez
Angela Thompson
Lou Felice
Alvera Rodriguez
Lou Ann Pecorella
Jeanine Maier
Eric Theune
Kathy Roarity
George Storch
Joe Mahoney
Sidney Smith
Betsy Soto
Fatmir Barolli
Debi Jankowski
Patti Neil
Ron Fox
Fred Lorentsen
Kim Nietfeld
Joe Timlin
Greg Hudson
Glenn Ferrante
Martin Brall
Lou D'Ambrosio
Beth Huether
John Cassidy
Rob Costanzo
Bob Sainz
Rick Collins
Tim Rowland
Vivian Pollak
Jim Merlo
David Waggett
Bruce Levine
Debbie Fulton
Kevin Hodkin
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Cheryl Carney
Carol Sanchez
Angela Thompson
Lou Felice
Alvera Rodriguez
Lou Ann Pecorella
Jeanine Maler
Eric Theune
Kathy Roarity
George Storch
Joe Mahoney
Sidney Smith
Betsy Soto
Fatmir Barolli
Debi Jankowski
Patti Neil
Ron Fox
Fred Lorentsen
Kim Nietfeld
Joe Timlin
Greg Hudson
Glenn Ferrante
Martin Brall
Lou D'Ambrosio
Beth Huether
John Cassidy
Rob Costanzo
Bob Sainz
Rick Collins
Tim Rowland
Vivian Pollak
Jim Merlo
David Waggett
Bruce Levine
Debbie Fulton
Kevin Hodkin
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Paul Quappe
Colin Chamier
John Cox
Ed Cancel
Lou Ann Lesser
Marie Santeramo
Cathy Horstmann
Susan Marshall
Diane Russo
Laureen Pontieri
Dawn Buckley
Sandy Jansen
Kathy MacKenzie
Rhonda Russell
Tom Hansson
Cathy Hallock
Gary Burke
Bill Dowsey
Dom Mastriani
Lynn Raynis
A Sophomore Viewpoint
" I feel the best way to succeed both
in school and in life is to be totally
honest. Let People like you for what
you are, not for some false front that
you are trying to put on. I feel that the
best way to serve others is to have
them like me for me.
Hopefully I'll benefit from the expe-
riences here, from the people I'll meet,
and through the changes I'll go
through. I think that high school really
helps a person 'grow up' and cope with
today's problems."
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Paul Quappe
Colin Chamier
John Cox
Ed Cancel
Lou Ann Lesser
Marie Santeramo
Cathy Horstmann
Susan Marshall
Diane Russo
Laureen Pontieri
Dawn Buckley
Sandy Jansen
Kathy MacKenzie
Rhonda Russell
Tom Hansson
Cathy Hallock
Gary Burke
Bill Dowsey
Dom Mastriani
Lynn Raynis
A Sophomore Viewpoint
" I feel the best way to succeed both
in school and in life is to be totally
honest. Let People like you for what
you are, not for some false front that
you are trying to put on. I feel that the
best way to serve others is to have
them like me for me.
Hopefully I'll benefit from the expe-
riences here, from the people I'll meet,
and through the changes I'll go
through. I think that high school really
helps a person 'grow up' and cope with
today's problems."
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Paul Quappe
Colin Chamier
John Cox
Ed Cancel
Lou Ann Lesser
Marie Santeramo
Cathy Horstmann
Susan Marshall
Diane Russo
Laureen Pontieri
A Sophomore Viewpoint
.. I feel the best way to succeed both
in school and in life is to be totally
honest. Let People like you for what
you are, not for some false front that
you are trying to put on. I feel that the
best way to serve others is to have
them like me for me.
Hopefully I'll benefit from the expe-
riences here, from the people I'll meet.
and through the changes I'll go
through. I think that high school really
helps a person 'grow up' and cope with
today's problems."
Dawn Buckley
Sandy Jansen
Kathy MacKenzie
Rhonda Russell
Tom Hansson
Cathy Hallock
Gary Burke
Bill Dowsey
Dom Mastriani
Lynn Raynis
David Rogerson
Joe Brown
Frank Tufaro
Fred Hertline
Bill Poore
Maria Villagio
Bob Walsh
Kurt Savino
Bob Jenkins
Chucky Pond
Mike Edgeworth
Tony Mordent
Al Costoif
Jerri Keininger
Eleanor LoCastro
Linda Esposito
Cyndy Stulz
Carol Gary
DISCOVER ELLIOT SPIELER
Elliot Spieler is a very academically inclined
individual; he receives outstanding grades, and as
a result of his prowess, was allowed to skip a
grade. Consequently, Elliot is younger than most
of his classmates.
Elliot has several strong beliefs. He believes that
there is a Supreme Being, but is not positive that
any religion is more valid than another, or that
they are particularly necessary. He is extremely
proud of his country and his flag and feels that the
American people are quite lucky to have what they
do have. He feels that we have had, on the whole,
very good leadership, despite recent troubles in
Washington. Elliot believes strongly in the need
for compromises, and feels that recent political
troubles may have been caused by a lack of
compromise.
Last summer Elliot worked with fifth graders in
remedial classes for reading and math skills. He is
as willing to become involved in activities in high
school, and he is just as able.
David Rogerson
Joe Brown
Frank Tufaro
Fred Hertline
Bill Poore
Maria Villagio
Bob Walsh
Kurt Savino
Bob Jenkins
Chucky Pond
Mike Edgeworth
Tony Mordent
Al Costoif
Jerri Keininger
Eleanor LoCastro
Linda Esposito
Cyndy Stulz
Carol Gary
DISCOVER ELLIOT SPIELER
Elliot Spieler is a very academically inclined
individual; he receives outstanding grades, and as
a result of his prowess, was allowed to skip a
grade. Consequently, Elliot is younger than most
of his classmates.
Elliot has several strong beliefs. He believes that
there is a Supreme Being, but is not positive that
any religion is more valid than another, or that
they are particularly necessary. He is extremely
proud of his country and his flag and feels that the
American people are quite lucky to have what they
do have. He feels that we have had, on the whole,
very good leadership, despite recent troubles in
Washington. Elliot believes strongly in the need
for compromises, and feels that recent political
troubles may have been caused by a lack of
compromise.
Last summer Elliot worked with fifth graders in
remedial classes for reading and math skills. He is
as willing to become involved in activities in high
school, and he is just as able.
r
David Rogerson
Joe Brown
Frank Tufaro
Fred Hertline
Bill Poore
Maria Villagio
Bob Walsh
Kurt Savino
Bob Jenkins
Chucky Pond
Mike Edgeworth
Tony Mordent
AI Costoif
Jerri Keininger
Eleanor LoCastro
Linda Esposito
Cyndy Stulz
Carol Gary
DISCOVER ELLIOT SPIELER
Elliot Spieler is a very academically inclined
individual; he receives outstanding grades, and as
a result of his prowess , was allowed to skip a
grade. Consequently, Elliot is younger than most
of his classmates.
Elliot has several strong beliefs. He believes that
there is a Supreme Being, but is not positive that
any religion is more valid than another , or that
they are particularly necessary. He is extremely
proud of his country and his flag and feels that the
American people are quite lucky to have what they
do have. He feels that we have had, on the whole,
very gnod leadership, despite recent troubles in
Washington. Elliot believes strongly in the need
for compromises, and feels that recent political
troubles may have been caused by a lack of
compromise.
Last summer Elliot worked with fifth graders in
remedial classes for reading and math skills. He is
as willing to b,ecome involved in activities in high
school, and he is just as able.
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Ed Scarano
Linda Wolff
Debbie
Donnadio
Tina Fitje
Barbara Blond
Kathy Doherty
Patti Siemen
Lena Tortorella
Mark Degasperi
John Santana
Mike Angelo
Bill Norman
Linda Delgado
Lurana Whaley
TomRobelen
John Coyle
Bob Puma
Dave Vigliotta
Doug Schaefer
Ray Tyers
Kelly Campbell
Bill Craig
Dave Dayton
JimCostanzo
Bob Hewitt
Larry Leavy
Larry Lodi
TimMonahan
Lynne Bacelli
Nancy Amone
Nadine Lauria
Eileen Rimland
John Franco
Brian Cassidy
Daisy De Jesus
Sue Capple
Charley
Petranek
TimRogers
Keith Lowe
SamAcevedo
Joel Gladding
David Faulkner
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Ed Scarano
Linda Wolff
Debbie
Donnadio
Tina Fitje
Barbara Blond
Kathy Doherty
Patti Siemen
Lena Tortorella
Mark Degasperi
John Santana
Mike Angelo
Bill Norman
Linda Delgado
Lurana Whaley
TomRobelen
John Coyle
Bob Puma
Dave Vigliotta
Doug Schaefer
Ray Tyers
Kelly Campbell
Bill Craig
Dave Dayton
JimCostanzo
Bob Hewitt
Larry Leavy
Larry Lodi
TimMonahan
Lynne Bacelli
Nancy Amone
Nadine Lauria
Eileen Rimland
John Franco
Brian Cassidy
Daisy De Jesus
Sue Capple
Charley
Petranek
TimRogers
Keith Lowe
SamAcevedo
Joel Gladding
David Faulkner
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Ed Scarano
Linda Wolff
Debbie
Donnadio
Tina Fitje
Barbara Blond
Kathy Doherty
Patti Siemen
Lena Tortorella
Mark Degasperi
John Santana
Mike Angelo
Bill Norman
Linda Delgado
Lurana Whaley
Tom Robelen
John Coyle
Bob Puma
Dave Vigliotta
Doug Schaefer
Ray Tyers
Kelly Campbell
Bill Craig
Dave Dayton
Jim Costanzo
Bob Hewitt
Larry Leavy
Larry Lodi
Tim Monahan
Lynne Bacelli
Nancy Amone
Nadine Lauria
Ei leen Rimland
John Franco
Brian Cassidy
Daisy De Jesus
SueCapple
Charley
Petranek
Tim Rogers
Keith Lowe
Sam Acevedo
Joel Gladding
David Faulkner
Steve Tsang
Doug Hoffman
Frank Garritano
Pat Dileo
Debbie Fox
Madeline Previti
Cathy Jackson
Garry Eugesser
Scott Weiss
Kim Denig
Ken Hudak
Diane Melendez
Pat MacDonald
Rich Burns
Drew Handler
Steve Simmins
Faith Lensky
Saida Cuevas
Kathy Welsh
Sofia Koehler
Stan Mroz
Mary Bunone
Melissa Hawley
Ray Berard Ill
Mickey Brock
John Prestano
Debra Perry
Mark Madden
Harry Burke
Joanne Wall
Russ Cosgrave
Bonnie Lee
Charly Hoffman
Todd Berger
Dawn Thiede
Tami
Delamater
Dan Tully
Toni Sanniola
Pat Tedesco
Liz Izzo
Josephine Corti
Tom Lynch
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Steve Tsang
Doug Hoffman
Frank Garritano
Pat Dileo
Debbie Fox
Madeline Previti
Cathy Jackson
Garry Eugesser
Scott Weiss
Kim Denig
Ken Hudak
Diane Melendez
Pat MacDonald
Rich Burns
Drew Handler
Steve Simmins
Faith Lensky
Saida Cuevas
Kathy Welsh
Sofia Koehler
Stan Mroz
Mary Bunone
Melissa Hawley
Ray Berard Ill
Mickey Brock
John Prestano
Debra Perry
Mark Madden
Harry Burke
Joanne Wall
Russ Cosgrave
Bonnie Lee
Charly Hoffman
Todd Berger
Dawn Thiede
Tami
Delamater
Dan Tully
Toni Sanniola
Pat Tedesco
Liz Izzo
Josephine Corti
Tom Lynch
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Mickey Brock
John Prestano
Debra Perry
Mark Madden
Harry Burke
Joanne Wall
Russ Cosgrave
Bonnie Lee
Charly Hoffman
Todd Berger
Dawn Thiede
Tami
Delamater
Dan Tully
Toni Sanniola
Pat Tedesco
Liz Izzo
Josephine Corti
Tom Lynch
Steve Tsang
Doug Hoffman
Frank Garritano
Pat Dileo
Debbie Fox
Madeline Previti
Cathy Jackson
Garry Eugesser
Scott Weiss
Kim Denig
Ken Hudak
Diane Melendez
Pat MacDonal d
Rich Burns
Drew Handler
Steve Simmins
Faith Lensky
Saida Cuevas
Kathy Welsh
Sofia Koehler
Stan Mroz
Mary Bunone
Melissa Hawley
Ray Berard III
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Debbie Leach
Jim Maier
Vincent
Cardamone
Robert Venater
Doug Bambach
Diane Gillette
Cheryl Stiriz
Rich Donato
Dee Hayman
Scott Gilman
Joe Morace
Jeff Stanczyk
Maureen
McDonnell
George
Raimondi
Suzette Savino
Ray McCallion
Jay Ryckman
Joe Watroba
Charleen Keen
Ray Hayward
Scott Adler
Josey
Scaramozzino
Nancy Wright
Jim Taylor
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Debbie Leach
Jim Maier
Vincent
Cardamone
Robert Venater
Doug Bambach
Diane Gillette
Cheryl Stiriz
Rich Donato
Dee Hayman
Scott Gilman
Joe Morace
Jeff Stanczyk
Maureen
McDonnell
George
Raimondi
Suzette Savino
Ray McCallion
Jay Ryckman
Joe Watroba
Charleen Keen
Ray Hayward
Scott Adler
Josey
Scaramozzino
Nancy Wright
Jim Taylor
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Debbie Leach
Jim Maier
Vincent
Cardamone
Robert Venater
Doug Bambach
Di ane Gillette
Cheryl Stiriz
Rich Donato
Dee Hayman
Scott Gilman
Joe Morace
Jeff Stanczyk
Maureen
McDonnell
George
Raimondi
Suzette Savino
Ray McCallion
Jay Ryckman
Joe Watroba
Charleen Keen
Ray Hayward
Scott Adler
Josey
Scaramozzino
Nancy Wright
Jim Taylor
Greg Shafanda
Ed Mullins
Jean Theman
Brian Murphy
Laura Garafola
Joan Weinzettle
Sherry Roalef
Bob Osuna
Jim Gedes
Steve Debruyn
Liz Mulligan
Charlie Bodenburg
Donna Barry
Nancy Lesser
Debbie Belmonte
Eileen Vassallo
Jim Corfora
Laura Damrov
Maria Garbo
Steve Gagnon
Keith Devery
Joe Yaskulski
Tom Kannengiesor
Tim Hallock
Terri Scarlotta
Don Mahoney
Tony Moccio
Eddie Arto
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Greg Shafanda
Ed Mullins
Jean Theman
Brian Murphy
Laura Garafola
Joan Weinzettle
Sherry Roalef
Bob Osuna
Jim Gedes
Steve Debruyn
Liz Mulligan
Charlie Bodenburg
Donna Barry
Nancy Lesser
Debbie Belmonte
Eileen Vassallo
Jim Corfora
Laura Damrov
Maria Garbo
Steve Gagnon
Keith Devery
Joe Yaskulski
Tom Kannengiesor
Tim Hallock
Terri Scarlotta
Don Mahoney
Tony Moccio
Eddie Arto
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i
Greg Shafanda
Ed Mullins
Jean Theman
Brian Murphy
Laura Garafola
Joan Weinzettle
Sherry Roalef
Bob Osuna
Jim Gedes
Steve Debruyn
Liz Mulligan
Charlie Boden burg
Donna Barry
Nancy Lesser
Debbie Belmonte
Eileen Vassallo
Jim Corfora
Laura Damrov
Maria Garbo
Steve Gagnon
Keith Devery
Joe Yaskulski
Tom Kannengiesor
Tim Hallock
Terri Scarlotta
Don Mahoney
Tony Moccio
Eddie Arto
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Sue Hulse
George Hummer
Paul Quigley
Nicolette Katusha
Grace leruese
Leeanne Siegel
Lori Mistretta
Monica Murray
Deborah Wein
Laura Nugent
Lydia Brandtmeier
Josephine Ingraldi
Penny Luca
Esther Torado
Cathy Schwab
Debbie Schmidt
Carolee Mancuso
Kathy Ackert
Linnea Ericson
Joyce Regina
Dorothy Niebling
Jan Thiede
Scott Gustafson
Judy Svihura
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Sue Hulse
George Hummer
Paul Quigley
Nicolette Katusha
Grace leruese
Leeanne Siegel
Lori Mistretta
Monica Murray
Deborah Wein
Laura Nugent
Lydia Brandtmeier
Josephine Ingraldi
Penny Luca
Esther Torado
Cathy Schwab
Debbie Schmidt
Carolee Mancuso
Kathy Ackert
Linnea Ericson
Joyce Regina
Dorothy Niebling
Jan Thiede
Scott Gustafson
Judy Svihura
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Sue Hulse
George Hummer
Paul Quigley
Nicolette Katusha
Grace leruese
Leeanne Siegel
Lori Mistretta
Monica Murray
Deborah Wein
Laura Nugent
Lydia Brandtmeier
Josephine Ingraldi
Penny Luca
Esther Torado
Cathy Schwab
Debbie Schmidt
Carolee Mancuso
Kathy Ackert
Joe Conforti
Kathy Mason
Debbie Gordon
Shawn Wilson
Joe Vocht
Mark Yaeger
Tony Duartes
Lettie Musumeci
Donna Yarrington
Sue Themann
Bob Fava
Mike Johnson
John Vidal
Sherry Zaharatos
Linda Bravo
Sue Clasen
Kerry Hasapidis
Sue Blum
Bobby Sztorc
Charley Adams
Mary Vetter
Debbie Kane
John Pavacic
Russell Campo
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Joe Conforti
Kathy Mason
Debbie Gordon
Shawn Wilson
Joe Vocht
Mark Yaeger
Tony Duartes
Lettie Musumeci
Donna Yarrington
Sue Themann
Bob Fava
Mike Johnson
John Vidal
Sherry Zaharatos
Linda Bravo
Sue Clasen
Kerry Hasapidis
Sue Blum
Bobby Sztorc
Charley Adams
Mary Vetter
Debbie Kane
John Pavacic
Russell Campo
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Joe Conforti
Kathy Mason
Debbie Gordon
Shawn Wilson
Joe Vocht
Mark Yaeger
Tony Duartes
Lettie Musumeci
Donna Yarrington
Sue Themann
Bob Fava
Mike Johnson
John Vidal
Sherry Zaharatos
Linda Bravo
Sue Clasen
Kerry Hasapidis
Sue Blum
Bobby Sztorc
Charley Adams
Mary Vetter
Debbie Kane
John Pavacic
Russell Campo
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EvaMarie Faivre
Mike Drake
Joe Zummo
John Kelley
Steve Miller Laura Mantiune
JoAnn Freeman Anita Stulz Karen Partridge
Roy Mason Lindberg
Helen
Paul Beickert Freeman
Samolinski
Frank Giacobbi Karl Kirchmer Magda Santiago
Roberta Markus
Joanne Augello
Jeff Kelley
Lee Tucker
Eugene Perry
Danny Smith
Monica Thomas
Linda Zenker
Patti Neil
Craig Tillman
Ed Wecera
Donna Jones
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EvaMarie Faivre
Mike Drake
Joe Zummo
John Kelley
Steve Miller Laura Mantiune
JoAnn Freeman Anita Stulz Karen Partridge
Roy Mason Lindberg
Helen
Paul Beickert Freeman
Samolinski
Frank Giacobbi Karl Kirchmer Magda Santiago
Roberta Markus
Joanne Augello
Jeff Kelley
Lee Tucker
Eugene Perry
Danny Smith
Monica Thomas
Linda Zenker
Patti Neil
Craig Tillman
Ed Wecera
Donna Jones
EvaMane Faivre
Mike Drake
Joe Zummo
John Kelley
joAnn Freeman
Roy Mason
Paul Belckert
Frank Glacobbi
Steve Miller
Anita Stulz
Lindberg
Freeman
Karl Kirchmer
Laura Mantiune
Karen Partridge
Helen
Samolinski
Magda Santiago
Roberta Markus
Joanne Augello
Jeff Kelley
Lee Tucker
Eugene Perry
Danny Smith
Monica Thomas
Linda Zenker
Patti Nell
Cr'.lig Tillman
Ed Wecera
Donna Jones
Lauri Blake
Angela Drogo
Mary Harold
Patty Mayer
Terri
Pizzichemi
Shari Simpson
Anne D'Albert
Lynn Rudolph
Diane Hummel
Ronda
McDowell
Kevin
O'Shaughnessy
Bob Brewer
Chris Meyer
Tony Goglia
Tom Droll
Bill O'Donnell
Dave Teich
Howie Novick
Mark Wayne
Steve Baum
Carol Frenger
Linda Beller
Debbie Francis
Frank Lento
Gary Cee
Peggi Sanna
Jeff Epstein
Bob Glasman
Lauri Blake
Angela Drogo
Mary Harold
Patty Mayer
Terri
Pizzichemi
Shari Simpson
Anne D'Albert
Lynn Rudolph
Diane Hummel
Ronda
McDowell
Kevin
O'Shaughnessy
Bob Brewer
Chris Meyer
Tony Goglia
Tom Droll
Bill O'Donnell
Dave Teich
Howie Novick
Mark Wayne
Steve Baum
Carol Frenger
Linda Beller
Debbie Francis
Frank Lento
Gary Cee
Peggi Sanna
Jeff Epstein
Bob Glasman
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Lauri Blake
Angela Drogo
Mary Harold
Patty Mayer
Terri
Pizzichemi
Shan Simpson
Anne D'Albert
Lynn Rudolph
Diane Hummel
Ronda
McDowell
Kevin
O'Shaughnessy
Bob Brewer
Chris Meyer
Tony Goglia
Tom Droll
Bill O' Donnell
Dave Teich
Howie Novick
Mark Wayne
Steve Baum
Carol Frenger
Linda Beller
Debbie Francis
Frank Lento
Gary Cee
PeggiSanna
Jeff Epstein
Bob Glasman
Donna Casale
Pam Olive
Frank Palma
Jim Cartwright
Frank Brynes
Lisa Baldwin
Bill Mathews
George Meyer
Bradley Downs
Deborah Barry
Peggy Frabizio
Nancy McGuire
Diane Bancroft
Marie LaFrantz
Barbara
Talarico
Kim Sembler
Patty Hohne
Art Hansson
Bill Martorelli
Dave Clemens
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Donna Casale
Pam Olive
Frank Palma
Jim Cartwright
Frank Brynes
Lisa Baldwin
Bill Mathews
George Meyer
Bradley Downs
Deborah Barry
Peggy Frabizio
Nancy McGuire
Diane Bancroft
Marie LaFrantz
Barbara
Talarico
Kim Sembler
Patty Hohne
Art Hansson
Bill Martorelli
Dave Clemens
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Donna Casale
Pam Olive
Frank Palma
Jim Cartwright
Frank Brynes
Lisa Baldwin
Bill Mathews
George Meyer
Bradley Downs
Deborah Barry
Peggy Frabizio
Nancy McGuire
Diane Bancroft
Marie LaFrantz
Barbara
Talarico
Kim Sembler
Patty Hohne
Art Hansson
Bill Martorelli
Dave Clemens
Joe Coccia
John McCroy
Cathy Sandin
Gary Knatz
Maria Gonzalez
Yvonne Carroll
Donna Grauer
Lisa Mammi
Jerry
Berkmeyer
Tina West
Danny Goldsher
Cathy
McCafferty
Barbara
Shafanda
Wendy Buscemi
Bill Hartley
Mike Reilly
Charles Bitz
Chris Heaton
Cheryl Connell
John Clemente
Joe Coccia
John McCroy
Cathy Sandin
Gary Knatz
Maria Gonzalez
Yvonne Carroll
Donna Grauer
Lisa Mammi
Jerry
Berkmeyer
Tina West
Danny Goldsher
Cathy
McCafferty
Barbara
Shafanda
Wendy Buscemi
Bill Hartley
Mike Reilly
Charles Bitz
Chris Heaton
Cheryl Connell
John Clemente
JoeCoccia
John McCroy
Cathy Sandin
Gary Knatz
Maria Gonzalez
Yvonne Carroll
Donna Grauer
Lisa Mammi
Jerry
Berkmeyer
Tina West
Danny Goldsher
Cathy
McCafferty
Barbara
Shafanda
Wendy Buscemi
Bill Hartley
Mike Reilly
Charles Bitz
Chris Heaton
Cheryl Connell
John Clemente
DISCOVER KATIE DRAKE
Katie Drake, a sophomore in school this year, is
an athlete. She first became interested in athletics
at the age of seven, when she began to shoot a
basketball. She credits her brothers for the skills
she has learned. Katie has in the past competed in
many sports and intends on playing tennis, bas-
ketball, and volleyball this year.
Katie feels no need to compete with boys, be-
cause she participates in athletics for her own
personal enjoyment, and not to prove something
about herself to anyone. She does not feel that
competing with males will add to this enjoyment,
and feels that she can reach a high level of ability
while competing with girls.
Katie comes to this high school highly recom-
mended by several of her Saxton Street teachers.
When speaking of Katie, they all stress her friend-
liness and spirit, and her ability with a basketball.
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DISCOVER KATIE DRAKE
Katie Drake, a sophomore in school this year, is
an athlete. She first became interested in athletics
at the age of seven, when she began to shoot a
basketball. She credits her brothers for the skills
she has learned. Katie has in the past competed in
many sports and intends on playing tennis, bas-
ketball, and volleyball this year.
Katie feels no need to compete with boys, be-
cause she participates in athletics for her own
personal enjoyment, and not to prove something
about herself to anyone. She does not feel that
competing with males will add to this enjoyment,
and feels that she can reach a high level of ability
while competing with girls.
Katie comes to this high school highly recom-
mended by several of her Saxton Street teachers.
When speaking of Katie, they all stress her friend-
liness and spirit, and her ability with a basketball.
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DISCOVER KATIE DRAKE
Katie Drake, a sophomore in school this year , is
an athlete. She first became interested in athletics
at the age of seven, when she began to shoot a
basketball . She credits her brothers for the skills
she has learned. Katie has in the past competed in
many sports and intends on playing tennis, bas-
ketball, and volleyball this year .
Katie feels no need to compete with boys, be-
cause she participates in athletics for her own
personal enjoyment, and not to prove something
about herself to anyone. She does not feel that
competing with males will add to this enjoyment ,
and feels that she can reach a high level of ability
while competing with girls .
Katie comes to this high school highly recom-
mended by several of her Saxton Street teachers.
When speaking of Katie, they all stress her friend-
liness and spirit, and her ability with a basketball.
DISCOVER KATHY FEINDT
Kathy is an active and talented sophomore.
She is a member of the tennis team and en-
joys basketball and volleyball. Kathy believes
that teamwork is very important in all sports,
and it also makes the games more enjoyable
for the players.
Kathy is also an exceptional artist. She en-
joys drawing faces most of all because they
make interesting subjects.
Kathy is a good student. She is an excellent
math student, doesn't care for social studies,
enjoys her art and gym courses. She feels that
the building is too crowded but is happy that
there are so many types of people here. Kathy
feels that it is a good idea to go out and make
friends with people who have different views.
She believes that this leads to a more com-
plete education.
Kathy will attend college in a few years but
is more concerned about now. She wants to
make sure that she makes the most of her
high school years.
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DISCOVER KATHY FEINDT
Kathy is an active and talented sophomore.
She is a member of the tennis team and en-
joys basketball and volleyball. Kathy believes
that teamwork is very important in all sports,
and it also makes the games more enjoyable
for the players.
Kathy is also an exceptional artist. She en-
joys drawing faces most of all because they
make interesting subjects.
Kathy is a good student. She is an excellent
math student, doesn't care for social studies,
enjoys her art and gym courses. She feels that
the building is too crowded but is happy that
there are so many types of people here. Kathy
feels that it is a good idea to go out and make
friends with people who have different views.
She believes that this leads to a more com-
plete education.
Kathy will attend college in a few years but
is more concerned about now. She wants to
make sure that she makes the most of her
high school years.
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DISCOVER KATHY FEI N DT
Kathy is an active and talented sophomore.
She is a member of the tennis team and en-
joys basketball and volleyball. Kathy believes
that teamwork is very important in all sports,
and it also makes the games more enjoyable
forthe players.
Kathy is also an exceptional artist . She en-
joys drawing faces most of all because they
make interesting su bjects.
Kathy is a good student . She is an excellent
math student, doesn't care for social studies,
enjoys her art and gym courses. She feels that
the building is too crowded but is happy that
there are so many types of people here. Kathy
feels that it is a good idea to go out and make
friends with people who have different views.
She believes that this leads to a more com-
plete education.
Kathy will attend college in a few years but
is more concerned about now. She wants to
make sure that she makes the most of her
high school years.
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CLASS of
Homecomingfloat, magazine
drive, junior prom, moles, trig. re-
gents, plat tests, and thechristmas
party .
Theseareevents and memories
which arestored inevery Class
of 76'ers' mind. Thesewereout-
standingevents which helped to
makethis year's junior year some-
thingmemorable. Each has helped
this year's juniors discover things
about themselves and their sur-
roundings which will help them
becomemorematureadults and be
o benefit thosearound
LindaBonanno
JanineDelaney
Kathy Rogers
RhondaLudden
StuAgtsteribbe
Chris Daniels
FredErhart
MikeVidelock
KimDeMarsico
Audrey Slabowski
Sherri Simon
Cathy KatIau
KarenLynch
Bob Kimmey
Bob Prestano
GaeanneSaccente
GinaWeiss
ArtieMurch
CLASS of
Homecomingfloat, magazine
drive, junior prom, moles, trig. re-
gents, plat tests, and thechristmas
party .
Theseareevents and memories
which arestored inevery Class
of 76'ers' mind. Thesewereout-
standingevents which helped to
makethis year's junior year some-
thingmemorable. Each has helped
this year's juniors discover things
about themselves and their sur-
roundings which will help them
becomemorematureadults and be
o benefit thosearound
LindaBonanno
JanineDelaney
Kathy Rogers
RhondaLudden
StuAgtsteribbe
Chris Daniels
FredErhart
MikeVidelock
KimDeMarsico
Audrey Slabowski
Sherri Simon
Cathy KatIau
KarenLynch
Bob Kimmey
Bob Prestano
GaeanneSaccente
GinaWeiss
ArtieMurch
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CLASS of
Linda Bonanno
Janine Delaney
Kathy Rogers
Rhonda Ludden
Stu Agtsteri bbe
Chns Dani el s
Fred Erhart
Mike Vldelock
Kim DeMarsico
Audrey Siabowski
Sherri Simon
Cathy KatSau
Karen Lynch
Bob Kimmey
Bob Prestano
Gaeanne Saccente
Gina Weiss
Arti e Murch
Homecoming float , magazine
drive, junior prom, moles, trig. re-
gents, psat tests, and the christmas
party.
These are events and memories
which are stored in every Class
of 76' ers' mind. These were out-
standing events which helped to
make this year's junior year some-
thing memorable. Each has helped
this year's juniors discover things
about themselves and their sur-
roundings which will help them
become more mature adults and be
better able to benefit those around
Eva Chiuchiolo Joanne Dempsey Linda Marino
DISCOVER MAC McCOY
Mac has proved himself a leader, an athlete, and
a concerned student during the time he has spent
in P.M.H.S. He is the Junior Class President and has
shown outstanding leadership qualities. Mc is
known for his interest and never-ending enthusi-
asm for school affairs. He enjoys being a part of the
student government but finds that there is very lit-
tle time left over for himself. Because of this he has
learned to make the most of every minute.
Mac is also active in track and, in particular,
cross country running. He enjoys just jogging
around the track because it gives him a chance to
think and be by himself. In his leisure time Mac
likes to go to parties and socialize with as many
people as he can.
Mac plans to go to college and major in business
administration. He is thinking about going into poli-
tics later in life.
Mac's great spirit is valuable to this school, and
he has inspired his fellowstudents with it. He has
shown himself to be a good organizer and is one of
our outstanding and contributing citizens.
Junior class officers and advisor: Joanne Dempsey, treasurer; Eva Chiuchiolo, secretary; Linda Marino, vice presi-
dent; Robert Rightmire, advisor; Mac McCoy, president.
Eva Chiuchiolo Joanne Dempsey Linda Marino
DISCOVER MAC McCOY
Mac has proved himself a leader, an athlete, and
a concerned student during the time he has spent
in P.M.H.S. He is the Junior Class President and has
shown outstanding leadership qualities. Mc is
known for his interest and never-ending enthusi-
asm for school affairs. He enjoys being a part of the
student government but finds that there is very lit-
tle time left over for himself. Because of this he has
learned to make the most of every minute.
Mac is also active in track and, in particular,
cross country running. He enjoys just jogging
around the track because it gives him a chance to
think and be by himself. In his leisure time Mac
likes to go to parties and socialize with as many
people as he can.
Mac plans to go to college and major in business
administration. He is thinking about going into poli-
tics later in life.
Mac's great spirit is valuable to this school, and
he has inspired his fellowstudents with it. He has
shown himself to be a good organizer and is one of
our outstanding and contributing citizens.
Junior class officers and advisor: Joanne Dempsey, treasurer; Eva Chiuchiolo, secretary; Linda Marino, vice presi-
dent; Robert Rightmire, advisor; Mac McCoy, president.
Junior class officers and advisor: Joanne Dempsey, treasurer; Eva Chiuchiolo, secretary; Linda Marino, vice presi -
dent; Robert Rightmire, advisor; Mac McCoy, president.
DISCOVER MAC McCOY
Mac has proved himself a leader, an athlete, and
a concerned student during the time he has spent
in P.M.H.S. He is the Junior Class President and has
shown outstanding leadership qualities. Mac is
known for his interest and never-ending enthusi-
asm for school affairs. He enjoys being a part of the
student government but finds that there is very lit-
tle time left over for himself. Because of this he has
learned to make the most of every minute.
Mac is also active in track and, in particular,
cross country running. He enjoys just jogging
around the track because it gives him a chance to
think and be by himself. In his leisure time Mac
likes to go to parties and socialize with as many
people as he can.
Mac plans to go to college and major in business
administration. He is thinking about going into poli-
tics later in life.
Mac's great spirit is valuable to this school , and
he has inspired his fellow students with it. He has
shown himself to be a good organizer and is one of
ou r outstanding and contributing citizens .
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Charles Vega
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Barbara Wood
George Tarabcik
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Monica Alt
Ray Stenzel
Gary Kroll
Tim Freeley
Jim McCoy
Eddie Rupp
Jean-Marie Fucillo
Cindy Neger
John Hart
Tim Mitchell
Mary Ann Olivotti
Mike Ambruster
Chris Meyer
Grace Scaros
Diane Cassidy
Maureen Halligad
Diane Steimers
Denise Cherubino
Monica Alt
Ray Stenzel
Gary Kroll
Tim Freeley
Jim McCoy
Eddie Rupp
Jean-Marie Fucillo
Cindy Neger
John Hart
Tim Mitchell
Mary Ann Olivotti
Mike Ambruster
Chris Meyer
Grace Scaros
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Diane Steimers
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Gary Kroll
Tim Freeley
Jim McCoy
Eddie Rupp
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Cindy Neger
John Hart
Tim Mitchell
Mary Ann Olivotti
Mike Ambruster
Chris Meyer
Grace Scaros
Diane Cassidy
Maureen Halligad
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Ralph Zegal
Debbie Rignola
Angela Rodilosso
Peggy Densing
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Bob Hanshew
Darlene Monko
Steve Lemos
Pat Donovan
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Ken Goldfarb
Harry Themann
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Bill Sweeney
John Caruso
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Kathy Hayward
Jack Kennedy
Rich Koshmeider
Jami Patanjo
Roseanne
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Angela Puiatti
Dennis Reilly
Nick Nudo
Maria Diaz
Sharon Perry
Charles Janus
George Ackerman
Barbara Archbold
Charles Beller
Tom DeGasperi
Steve Sanders
Diane Minaudo
Ken Munch
Mike Ascerno
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Ed O'Connor Rich Smith Carl Musumeci TimSbani Joe Roubicek Dennis DeVito Bill Berretta
Keith Shafanda Laura Frescogna Paula Dejana Pat Zimmer Sharon Taylor Ted Chumas KimBrennan
DISCOVER DOREEN O'CAME
Although Doreen is planning on graduating
early, she does not think that school is a waste
of time. She is just eagerto get out on herown
in less time.
One of Doreen's chief interests is working
with people. She is a volunteerat the South
Country Adult Home. She has also spent part
of the last three summers on a South Dakota
Indian Reservation where whe has learned to
understand more completely the Indian's situ-
ation. Doreen has attended school there and
has taken part in many of the local Indian ac-
tivities.
Doreen sings and plays the guitar, and she
has performed with a small group at coffee
shops and wine and cheese pubs.
Doreen also enjoys sports. She was a junior
varsity cheerleaderduring hersophomore
year. She plays field hockey and softball.
Doreen is basically involved with people and
yogi wants to get the most out of life. She enjoys
what she does and is a concerned memberof
hercommunity.
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Ed O'Connor Rich Smith Carl Musumeci TimSbani Joe Roubicek Dennis DeVito Bill Berretta
Keith Shafanda Laura Frescogna Paula Dejana Pat Zimmer Sharon Taylor Ted Chumas KimBrennan
DISCOVER DOREEN O'CAME
Although Doreen is planning on graduating
early, she does not think that school is a waste
of time. She is just eagerto get out on herown
in less time.
One of Doreen's chief interests is working
with people. She is a volunteerat the South
Country Adult Home. She has also spent part
of the last three summers on a South Dakota
Indian Reservation where whe has learned to
understand more completely the Indian's situ-
ation. Doreen has attended school there and
has taken part in many of the local Indian ac-
tivities.
Doreen sings and plays the guitar, and she
has performed with a small group at coffee
shops and wine and cheese pubs.
Doreen also enjoys sports. She was a junior
varsity cheerleaderduring hersophomore
year. She plays field hockey and softball.
Doreen is basically involved with people and
yogi wants to get the most out of life. She enjoys
what she does and is a concerned memberof
hercommunity.
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Ronnie Rein
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Keith Shafanda
Jesse Paynter Ken Schnabel
Rich Smith Carl Musumeci
Laura Frescogna Paula Dej ana
Fred Celi
Tim Sbani
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Sharon Taylor
Grace Pepe
Dennis DeVito
Ted Chumas
Marty Kane
Bill Berretta
Kim Brennan
DISCOVER DOREEN O'CAME
Although Doreen is planning on graduating
early, she does not think that school is a waste
of time. She is just eager to get out on her own
in less time.
One of Doreen ' s chief interests is working
with people. She is a volunteer at the South
Country Adult Home. She has also spent part
of the last three summers on a South Dakota
Indian Reservation where whe has learned to
understand more completely the Indian 's situ-
ation. Doreen has attended school there and
has taken part in many of the local Indian ac-
tivities.
Doreen sings and plays the guitar, and she
has performed with a sma ll group at coffee
shops and wine and cheese pubs.
Doreen also enjoys sports. She was a junior
varsity cheerleader during her sophomore
year. She plays field hockey and softball.
Doreen is basically involved with people and
wants to get the most out of life. She enjoys
what she. d.Qes and is a concerned member of
her community.
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with a little spirit
you'll win horns, buttons, and mugs.
If you sell
MOVINGON._
What stands 5'6" weighs 120, makes lots of
noise, cuts lots of classes, and sells lots of
magazines? An average junior because juniors
sold more magazines in their drive this year
than ever before. In fact they surpassed their
goal by more than $1000.
Thanks to all of those students and staff
members for their spirit, cooperation, and dol-
lars. Future classes are going to find it difficult
to better the Class of 76's amazing success.
ten orders of magazines
50
with a little spirit
you'll win horns, buttons, and mugs.
If you sell
MOVINGON._
What stands 5'6" weighs 120, makes lots of
noise, cuts lots of classes, and sells lots of
magazines? An average junior because juniors
sold more magazines in their drive this year
than ever before. In fact they surpassed their
goal by more than $1000.
Thanks to all of those students and staff
members for their spirit, cooperation, and dol-
lars. Future classes are going to find it difficult
to better the Class of 76's amazing success.
ten orders of magazines
50
MOVING ON
What stands 5'6" weighs 120, makes lots of
noise, cuts lots of classes, and sells lots of
magazines? An average junior because juniors
sold more magazines in their drive this year
than ever before. In fact they surpassed their
goal by more than $1000.
Thanks to all of those students and staff
members for their spirit, cooperation, and dol-
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"Last year I was a scared little sophomore stumbling around the halls, this year I'm more relaxed and self-confident. School no longer
cares me."
John Rodefeld
Angela
De' Angelis
Donna
Szymkiewicz
Ramona
Sanzone
Michele Perry
Ed Kattau
Mary Jo
Schleuter
Mike Salvitti
Denise Connelly
Cheryl Furinick
Maria Patellaro
Janet Yaeger
Jim Pontieri
Seth Schantz
John Sali
Lenore
Reynolds
Marlyne
Chesebro
DianeCox
Maureen
Barthelmess
Scott Danziger
Tim Condon
Eric Stahlman
Jean Hawley
Eileen
O'Connor
Laura Eldredge
Edith Hanshew
Doug COrnell
Linda
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Jackie Stewart Bill Biedenkapp Olivia Bosco Blanca Paez Rima Hirsch Karen Belk Linda
Eric Holtz Mike AuFrecht Gary Weeks Kimson Tsing Debbie Ruse Wendy Newman Devereaux
Rich Pansini Steve Todd George Grauer Wendy Smith Barbara Strobel Pete Chiuchiolo Linda Wessel
Denise Nobile Ronnie (lean Robelan Barbara Delio Vinny Gatuso Karen Dave Hill
Bleecher
Richardson Bill Scott
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Eric Holtz Mike AuFrecht Gary Weeks Kimson Tsing Debbie Ruse Wendy Newman Devereaux
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DISCOVER DAVE ROCKETT
Dave is a junior who has developed his
skills in many different areas and is conti-
nuing to improve himself. He has played
Varsity Basketball and enjoys practicing a
great deal. Dave strives to improve his shot,
and says that the reason he likes the game
is because there is always room for
improvement.
Dave feels that the success of a basket-
ball teamdepends on the desire of the play-
ers to win, on the coach, and on the rela-
tionship the coach has with his players.
Dave plans to go to college and would like
to play ball while there. He will major in po
lice science, and would like to be a police-
man, because he likes to work closely with
people. He also enjoys industrial arts as a
hobby.
Dave enjoys much of what the school
offers but feels that a shorter school day
without study halls or lunch periods would
be more profitable for both teachers and
students.
Dave's attitudes and abilities are a big
plus, both for himself and his school.
Sharon Zimlinghaus
Milan Johnson
Steve Carr
Mike Lynch
Sue Krafft
Joy Heffernan
Barbara Clark
Oscar Silva
Joe Genovese
Ed Tamblin
Michelle Taylor
Laurie Shortino
JimBunner
Sue Cueva
Ron Otto
Richard Koshmeider 1 1 1 1
Laura Jean White
Mary Jane Space
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DISCOVER DAVE ROCKETT
Dave is a junior who has developed his
skills in many different areas and is conti-
nuing to improve himself. He has played
Varsity Basketball and enjoys practicing a
great deal. Dave strives to improve his shot,
and says that the reason he likes the game
is because there is always room for
improvement.
Dave feels that the success of a basket-
ball teamdepends on the desire of the play-
ers to win, on the coach, and on the rela-
tionship the coach has with his players.
Dave plans to go to college and would like
to play ball while there. He will major in po
lice science, and would like to be a police-
man, because he likes to work closely with
people. He also enjoys industrial arts as a
hobby.
Dave enjoys much of what the school
offers but feels that a shorter school day
without study halls or lunch periods would
be more profitable for both teachers and
students.
Dave's attitudes and abilities are a big
plus, both for himself and his school.
Sharon Zimlinghaus
Milan Johnson
Steve Carr
Mike Lynch
Sue Krafft
Joy Heffernan
Barbara Clark
Oscar Silva
Joe Genovese
Ed Tamblin
Michelle Taylor
Laurie Shortino
JimBunner
Sue Cueva
Ron Otto
Richard Koshmeider 1 1 1 1
Laura Jean White
Mary Jane Space
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Sharon Zimlinghaus
Milan Johnson
Steve Carr
Mike Lynch
Sue Krafft
Joy Heffernan
Barbara Clark
Oscar Silva
Joe Genovese
EdTamblin
Michelle Taylor
Laurie Shortino
Jim Bunner
Sue Cueva
Ron Otto
Richard Koshmeider
Laura Jean White
Mary Jane Space
DISCOVER DAVE ROCKETT
Dave is a junior who has developed his
skills in many different areas and is conti-
nuing to improve himself. He has played
Varsity Basketball and enjoys practicing a
great deal. Dave strives to improve his shot.
and says that the reason he likes the game
is because there is always room for
improvement.
Dave feels that the success of a basket-
ball team depends on the desire of the play-
ers to win, on the coach, and on the rela-
tionshipthecoach has with his players.
Dave plans to go to college and would like
to play ball while there. He will major in po
lice science, and would like to be a police-
man, because he likes to work closely with
people. He also enjoys industrial arts as a
hobby.
Dave enjoys much of what the school
offers but feels that a shorter school day
without study halls or lunch periods would
be more profitable for both teachers and
students.
Dave's attitudes and abilities are a
pi us, both for himself and his school.
Maureen O'Brien
Monte Traficante
Lisa Rothenberg
Harvey Lotko
Linda Puglia
Kathy Buovolo
Michele Lento
Celia Andrisani
Barbara DeWick
Maria Bleich
Tom Buttafuoco
Pete Krauss
Phil Greco
Dale Quatrale
Mike Adams
Glenda Farrell
Sara Ransome
Lisa Godbolt

DISCOVER NICK NUDO
Nick Nudo is a junior with a great attitude about
life. He displays much of this attitude when dealing
with teachers in this school. He gets along well with his
teachers because he has respect for them. He says
that they are only trying to so their jobs, and should be
respected for this. Some teachers are more popular
than others because they have learned to communi-
cate with their students. He thinks that learning how
to communicate is one of the most important things a
person can learn to do. However, he feels that too few
people are taking the time to develop an ability to
communicate. Nick believes that many of the prob-
lems the world is faced with today could be solved if
people would communicate simply and honestly.
Nick Nudo has big plans for the future, and with his
beliefs, his goals will be quickly realized.
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Maureen O'Brien
Monte Traficante
Lisa Rothenberg
Harvey Lotko
Linda Puglia
Kathy Buovolo
Michele Lento
Celia Andrisani
Barbara DeWick
Maria Bleich
Tom Buttafuoco
Pete Krauss
Phil Greco
Dale Quatrale
Mike Adams
Glenda Farrell
Sara Ransome
Lisa Godbolt

DISCOVER NICK NUDO
Nick Nudo is a junior with a great attitude about
life. He displays much of this attitude when dealing
with teachers in this school. He gets along well with his
teachers because he has respect for them. He says
that they are only trying to so their jobs, and should be
respected for this. Some teachers are more popular
than others because they have learned to communi-
cate with their students. He thinks that learning how
to communicate is one of the most important things a
person can learn to do. However, he feels that too few
people are taking the time to develop an ability to
communicate. Nick believes that many of the prob-
lems the world is faced with today could be solved if
people would communicate simply and honestly.
Nick Nudo has big plans for the future, and with his
beliefs, his goals will be quickly realized.
63
DISCOVER NICK NUDa
Nick Nudo is a junior with a great attitude about
life. He displays much of this attitude when dealing
with teachers in this school. He gets along well with his
teachers because he has respect for them. He says
that they are only trying to so their jobs, and should be
respected for this. Some teachers are more popular
than others because they have learned to communi-
cate with their students. He thinks that learning how
to communi cate is one of the most important things a
person can learn to do. However, he feels that too few
people are taking the time to develop an ability to
communicate. Nick believes that many of the prob-
lems the world is faced with today could be solved if
people would communicate simply and honestly .
Nick Nudo has big plans for the future, and with his
beliefs, his goals will be quickly realized .
Maureen O'Brien
Monte Traficante
Lisa Rothenberg
Harvey Lotko
Linda Puglia
Kathy Buovolo
Michele Lento
Celia Andrisani
Barbara DeWick
Maria Bleich
Tom Buttafuoco
Pete Krauss
Phil Greco
Dale Quatrale
Mike Adams
Glenda Farrell
Sara Ransome
Lisa Godbolt
63
Discovery is a very large part of learning. To be able to read a
poemor story and see its meanings; to be able to organize an
experiment using the scientific method, and come up with a re-
sult; to be able to apply several theorems and solve a math prob-
lem: to be able to take an ailing car to the shop and ascertain
what is wrong with it; to obtain these skills that enable us to dis-
cover: this is the purpose of an education.
Many students see only the facts and figures and the memori-
zations of titles, authors, themes and plots. "What use is memo-
rizing all these names and dates?" ask the social studies kids.
"Why learn imaginary numbers, or multiply by the square root
of two, when they don't exist?" ask the math students. "And who
cares what the first twenty elements of the periodic table are?"
argue the science kids, and they might be right.
But it must be understood that the individual discoveries
themselves are unimportant: it is the process of conditioning the
mind so that it may make those and further discoveries dis-
coveries completely outside of the contact of school this pro-
cess constitutes an education.
And it is these faculty members, with all their academic trai
ing, whose job it is to install us with the ability and desire to open
our minds and discover. These teachers. with their diverse per-
sonalities and teaching styles, are the key to our educations.
Each teacher makes his own individual attempts at stimulating
us at exciting us toward discovery.
For life fromthose first waking moments as a baby to the
final moments, the discovery of death is nothing but a series
of discoveries. And if we lack the ability to make discoveries,
then our lives will be empty and useless.
Discovery is a very large part of learning. To be able to read a
poemor story and see its meanings; to be able to organize an
experiment using the scientific method, and come up with a re-
sult; to be able to apply several theorems and solve a math prob-
lem: to be able to take an ailing car to the shop and ascertain
what is wrong with it; to obtain these skills that enable us to dis-
cover: this is the purpose of an education.
Many students see only the facts and figures and the memori-
zations of titles, authors, themes and plots. "What use is memo-
rizing all these names and dates?" ask the social studies kids.
"Why learn imaginary numbers, or multiply by the square root
of two, when they don't exist?" ask the math students. "And who
cares what the first twenty elements of the periodic table are?"
argue the science kids, and they might be right.
But it must be understood that the individual discoveries
themselves are unimportant: it is the process of conditioning the
mind so that it may make those and further discoveries dis-
coveries completely outside of the contact of school this pro-
cess constitutes an education.
And it is these faculty members, with all their academic trai
ing, whose job it is to install us with the ability and desire to open
our minds and discover. These teachers. with their diverse per-
sonalities and teaching styles, are the key to our educations.
Each teacher makes his own individual attempts at stimulating
us at exciting us toward discovery.
For life fromthose first waking moments as a baby to the
final moments, the discovery of death is nothing but a series
of discoveries. And if we lack the ability to make discoveries,
then our lives will be empty and useless.
Discovery is a very large part of learning. To be able to read a
poem or story and see its meanings; to be able to organize an
experiment using the scientific method, and come up with a re-
sult; to be able to apply several theorems and solve a math prob-
lem; to be able to take an ailing car to the shop and ascertain
what is wrong with it; to obtain these skills that enable us to dis-
cover: this is the purpose of an education.
Many students see only the facts and figures and the memori-
zations of titles, authors, themes and plots. "What use is memo-
rizing all these names and dates?" ask the social studies kids.
"Why learn imaginary numbers, or multiply by the square root
of two, when they don't exist?" ask the math students. "And who
cares what the first twenty elements of the periodic table are?"
argue the science kids, and they might be right.
But it must be understood that the individual discoveries
themselves are unimportant: it is the process of condition ing the
mind so that it may make those and further discoveries - dis-
coveries completely outside of the contact of school - this pro-
cess constitutes an education.
And it is these faculty members, with all their academic train-
ing, whose job it is to install us with the ability and desire to open
our minds and discover. These teachers, with their diverse per-
sonalities and teaching styles, are the key to our educations.
Each teacher makes his own individual attempts at stimulating
us - at exciting us toward discovery.
For life - from those fir$t waking moments as a baby to the
final moments, the discovery of death - is nothing but a series
of discoveries. And if we lack the ability to make discoveries,
then our lives will be empty and useless.
Our staff has personality. Each member con-
tributes to our education in a special way, for
each has his own style, his own peculiarity, his
own sense of humor, and imagination
THE STAFF
Our staff has personality. Each member con-
tributes to our education in a special way, for
each has his own style, his own peculiarity, his
own sense of humor, and imagination
THE STAFF
Every one of them manages to convey not only
facts and figures, but a sense of individuality.
Every one of them manages to convey not only
facts and figures, but a sense of individuality.
I discovered love, greed, kindness. agony, victory, pain, cold. suc-
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cess, failure, hunger. grief, religion. God. you, myself. and above all,
' the love of life.
Discovery of myself as I really am was a painful shock. I was no the
perfect human I always thought I was. This realization of imperfection
came at the ripe old age of 19 on the front lines in Aachen, Germany
at 5:00 A.M. before entering my first baptism of fire. This perfect
human being became a frightened little boy by 11:00 A.M. that same
morning. All of my self-centered ideas became an infinitesimal point
lost in the heavens above. Tears flowed and I felt heart rending agony
for my comrades who at the end of the battle no longer existed. I dis-
.
covered, that day. how beautiful and precious life really was. I discov-
ered, that day, that the ingredients necessary to discovery of one's
inner self may take some people a lifetime but my lifetime was ren-
dered in but four hours.
Perhaps. this little anecdote from my life's story will help you dis-
cover your inner self not as quickly and, I pray, not under the same
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circumstances.
Frank A. Juzwiak. Principal

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cess, failure, hunger. grief, religion. God. you, myself. and above all,
' the love of life.
Discovery of myself as I really am was a painful shock. I was no the
perfect human I always thought I was. This realization of imperfection
came at the ripe old age of 19 on the front lines in Aachen, Germany
at 5:00 A.M. before entering my first baptism of fire. This perfect
human being became a frightened little boy by 11:00 A.M. that same
morning. All of my self-centered ideas became an infinitesimal point
lost in the heavens above. Tears flowed and I felt heart rending agony
for my comrades who at the end of the battle no longer existed. I dis-
.
covered, that day. how beautiful and precious life really was. I discov-
ered, that day, that the ingredients necessary to discovery of one's
inner self may take some people a lifetime but my lifetime was ren-
dered in but four hours.
Perhaps. this little anecdote from my life's story will help you dis-
cover your inner self not as quickly and, I pray, not under the same
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circumstances.
Frank A. Juzwiak. Principal

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I discovered love, greed, kindness, agony, victory, pain, cold, suc-
cess, failure, hunger, grief, religion, God, you, myself, and above all.
the love of life.
Discovery of myself as I really am was a painful shock. I was not the
perfect human I always thought I was. This realization of imperfection
came at the ripe old age of 19 on the front lines in Aachen, Germany
at 5:00 A.M. before entering my first baptism of fire. This perfect
human being became a frightened little boy by 11:00 A.M. that same
morning. All of my self-centered ideas became an infinitesimal point
lost in the heavens above. Tears flowed and I felt heart rending agony
for my comrades who at the end of the battle no longer existed. I dis-
covered, that day, how beautiful and precious life really was. I discov-
ered, that day, that the ingredients necessary to discovery of one's
inner self may take some people a lifetime but my lifetime was ren-
dered in but four hours.
Perhaps, this little anecdote from my life's story will hel p you dis-
cover your inner self - not as quickly and, I pray, not under the same
circumstances.
ADMINISTRATION
The ability to "discover" implies the possession of
an attitude of openess to all aspects of life. There
must be a positive approach to everyone and every-
thing around you and a recognition that at no point
during this life are you ever complete and fulfilled. In
other words, if a person accepts at least the possibili-
ty of continuing personal growth, then that person
most likely will "discover" various opportunities to
attain that growth. This can take many forms, in-
cluding the acquisition of factual knowledge and the
perception of personal relationships, as well as the
almost incomprehensible range of human emotions.
Those of us in the education profession have as
one of our major goals the development in our stu-
dents of the tools and attitudes necessary to better
understand themselves and the people and things
around them. This does not imply an automatic ac-
ceptance or even toleration of the matter or condi-
tion which is "discovered". Quite the contrary, for
there are occasions when there would be an obliga-
tion to attempt to erradicate certain things, such as
disease or barbaric treatment of fellow humans. If
we as educators are able to teach our students how
to learn and how to analyze and deal with their "dis-
coveries", then we will have fulfilled our task.
Finally, on a personal level, I honestly believe that
my life and my horizons have been expanded by con-
tact with many of you. I offer each of you my sincere
hopes and prayers that your lives will be filled with
opportunities for discovery and growth, and that you
will accept and use these opportunities in the most
positive ways possible.
John C. Sexton, Assistant Principal
Discovery and exploration are terms which are
ordinarily applied to geography and history. In my
relationships with people, they are terms which are,
to me, particularly meaningful. I have the sincere
hope that I have grown and continue to grow in self
awareness, and help others to do the same.
Every day of our lives we should be growing and
maturing. There is no such thing as standing still. We
either grow constantly, or stagnate. The teen-age
years are a time of particular importance in human
development. One can't stand still or one might slip
back. Every human being must continue to grow and
progress, and to do this, one must forever keep his
life open to discovery.
Baron D. Degner, Assistant Principal
ADMINISTRATION
The ability to "discover" implies the possession of
an attitude of openess to all aspects of life. There
must be a positive approach to everyone and every-
thing around you and a recognition that at no point
during this life are you ever complete and fulfilled. In
other words, if a person accepts at least the possibili-
ty of continuing personal growth, then that person
most likely will "discover" various opportunities to
attain that growth. This can take many forms, in-
cluding the acquisition of factual knowledge and the
perception of personal relationships, as well as the
almost incomprehensible range of human emotions.
Those of us in the education profession have as
one of our major goals the development in our stu-
dents of the tools and attitudes necessary to better
understand themselves and the people and things
around them. This does not imply an automatic ac-
ceptance or even toleration of the matter or condi-
tion which is "discovered". Quite the contrary, for
there are occasions when there would be an obliga-
tion to attempt to erradicate certain things, such as
disease or barbaric treatment of fellow humans. If
we as educators are able to teach our students how
to learn and how to analyze and deal with their "dis-
coveries", then we will have fulfilled our task.
Finally, on a personal level, I honestly believe that
my life and my horizons have been expanded by con-
tact with many of you. I offer each of you my sincere
hopes and prayers that your lives will be filled with
opportunities for discovery and growth, and that you
will accept and use these opportunities in the most
positive ways possible.
John C. Sexton, Assistant Principal
Discovery and exploration are terms which are
ordinarily applied to geography and history. In my
relationships with people, they are terms which are,
to me, particularly meaningful. I have the sincere
hope that I have grown and continue to grow in self
awareness, and help others to do the same.
Every day of our lives we should be growing and
maturing. There is no such thing as standing still. We
either grow constantly, or stagnate. The teen-age
years are a time of particular importance in human
development. One can't stand still or one might slip
back. Every human being must continue to grow and
progress, and to do this, one must forever keep his
life open to discovery.
Baron D. Degner, Assistant Principal
~ . ADMINISTRATION
The ability to " discover " implies the possession of
an attitude of openess to all aspects of I ife. There
must be a positive approach to everyone and every-
thing around you and a recognition that at no point
during this life are you ever complete and fulfilled . In
other words , if a person accepts at least the possi bil i-
ty of continuing personal growth, then that person
most likely will " discover" various opportunities to
attain that growth. This can take many forms , in-
cluding the acquisition of factual knowledge and the
perception of personal relationships , as well as the
almost incomprehensible range of human emotions.
Those of us in the education profession have as
one of our major goals the development in our stu-
dents of the tools and attitudes necessary to better
understand themselves and the people and things
around them. This does not imply an automatic ac-
ceptance or even toleration of the matter or condi -
tion which is " discovered" . Quite the contrary, for
there are occasions when there would be an obliga-
tion to attempt to erradicate certain things, such as
disease or barbaric treatment of fellow humans. If
we as educators are able to teach our students how
to learn and how to analyze and deal with their " dis-
coveries ", then we will have fulfilled our task.
Finally, on a personal level , I honestly believe that
my life and my horizons have been expanded by con-
tact with many of you. I offer each of you my sincere
hopes and prayers that your lives will be filled with
opportunities for discovery and growth, and that you
will accept and use these opportunities in the most
positive ways possible.
John C. Sexton, Assistant Principal
Discovery and exploration are terms which are
ordinarily applied to geography and history. In my
relationships with people, they are terms which are,
to me, particularly meaningful . I have the sincere
hope that I have grown and continue to grow in self
awareness, and hel p others to do the same.
Every day of our lives we should be growing and
maturing. There is no such thing as standing still. We
either grow constantly, or stagnate. The teen -age
years are a time of particular importance in human
development. One can't stand still or one might sl i p
back. Every human being must continue to grow and
progress, and to do this, one must forever keep his
I ife open to discovery.
Baron D. Degner , Assistant Principal
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"Things could be worse, Mr. J."
Goals are like stars,
They may not be reached
But they can always
Be a guide.
GUIDANCE
Daniel O'Day
Elizabeth Cartisano
Martin Hoctor
John Anderson
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"Things could be worse, Mr. J."
Goals are like stars,
They may not be reached
But they can always
Be a guide.
GUIDANCE
Daniel O'Day
Elizabeth Cartisano
Martin Hoctor
John Anderson
GUIDANCE
DanielO'Day
Elizabeth Cartisano
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Martin Hoctor
John Anderson
Goals are like stars,
They may not be reached
But they can always
Be a guide.
" Things could be worse, Mr. J."
DISCOVER PAUL CASPER
Mr. Casper combines complete control of the subject
matter with a warm and humorous personality to make
his social studies classes among the best in the school.
Students are continually asking him questions. But Mr.
Casper never answers them. Instead, he provides the
student with the necessary background information and
insights, and finishes by asking the student to answer the
question he originally raised. Mr. Casper also frequently
repeats statements made by other students in the class
while lecturing. This philosophy stimulates discussion in
class and encourages students who rarely speak up to do
so. By using students' knowledge in class, Mr. Casper has
increased the number of teachers in his classroom from
one to thirty-one. And by making each a teacher, each
becomes a better student.
Mr. Casper is personable and takes an interest in any
student who has an interest in himself. Both in and out
of the classroom, he has and will continue to have a
prominent influence on many Patchogue-Medford stu-
dents.

Marilyn Kleiman
John Ansbro

Irwin Sherry

DISCOVER PAUL CASPER
Mr. Casper combines complete control of the subject
matter with a warm and humorous personality to make
his social studies classes among the best in the school.
Students are continually asking him questions. But Mr.
Casper never answers them. Instead, he provides the
student with the necessary background information and
insights, and finishes by asking the student to answer the
question he originally raised. Mr. Casper also frequently
repeats statements made by other students in the class
while lecturing. This philosophy stimulates discussion in
class and encourages students who rarely speak up to do
so. By using students' knowledge in class, Mr. Casper has
increased the number of teachers in his classroom from
one to thirty-one. And by making each a teacher, each
becomes a better student.
Mr. Casper is personable and takes an interest in any
student who has an interest in himself. Both in and out
of the classroom, he has and will continue to have a
prominent influence on many Patchogue-Medford stu-
dents.

Marilyn Kleiman
John Ansbro

Irwin Sherry

Marilyn Kleiman
Irwin Sherry
John Ansbro
DISCOVER PAUL CASPER
Mr. Casper combines complete control of the subject
matter with a warm and humorous personality to make
his social studies classes among the best in the school.
Students are continually asking him questions. But Mr.
Casper never answers them. Instead, he provides the
student with the necessary background information and
insights, and finishes by asking the student to answer the
question he originally raised. Mr. Casper also frequently
repeats statements made by other students in the class
while lecturing. This philosophy stimulates discussion in
class and encourages students who rarely speak up to do
so. By using knowledge in class, Mr. Casper has
increased the number of teachers in his classroom from
one to thirty-one. And by making each a teacher, each
becomes a better student.
Mr. Casper is personable and takes an interest in any
student who has an interest in himself. Both in and out
of the classroom, he has and will continue to have a
prominent influence on many Patchogue-Medford stu-
dents.

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Dominic Dalfonso
James Durso
Val DeCarlo
Samuel DiSibio
One of the neater rooms in our school.
Frederick Bayer
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Dominic Dalfonso
James Durso
Val DeCarlo
Samuel DiSibio
One of the neater rooms in our school.
Frederick Bayer
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Samuel DiSibio
James Durso
One of the neater rooms in our school.
Val DeCarlo
Frederick Bayer
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Richard Henderson
Charles Greiner
Thomas Kowell
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Bert Pollock
Marlene Posner
"Only) a child can catch a raindrop, or see any value in puddles."
Richard Henderson
Charles Greiner
Thomas Kowell
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Bert Pollock
Marlene Posner
"Only) a child can catch a raindrop, or see any value in puddles." "Onla child can catch a raindrop, or see any value in puddles."
Richard Henderson
Bert Pollock
Charles Greiner
Marlene Posner
Thomas Kowell
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Richard Quinn

Gary Titus
William J. Sullivan Sherri Sin koff
Andrew Treace

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Richard Quinn

Gary Titus
William J. Sullivan Sherri Sin koff
Andrew Treace

76 Bryan Reilly

Richard Quinn
Gary Titus
William J. Sullivan
Sherri Sinkoff
Andrew Treacy
76 Bryan Reilly
"I love you too, but "
HEALTH
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Kenneth O'Came
Angeline Blazowski
Charles Crabtree
"I love you too, but "
HEALTH
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Kenneth O'Came
Angeline Blazowski
Charles Crabtree
HEALTH
Kenneth O'Came
Angeline Blazowski
Charles Crabtree
" I love you too, but ... ..
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"There is no top!
No matter how high we rise,
We discover infinite distances above."
Joseph Esposito
"I'M sic my
James Dodge
WilliamO'Farrell
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Joseph Purcell

Anthony Conetta
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"There is no top!
No matter how high we rise,
We discover infinite distances above."
Joseph Esposito
"I'M sic my
James Dodge
WilliamO'Farrell
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Joseph Purcell

Anthony Conetta
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"There is no topl
No matter how high we rise,
We discover infinite distances above. "
Joseph Esposito
William O'Farrell
James Dodge
" I' ll sic my
Joseph Purcell
Anthony Conetta
Delphus Dixon
Stanley Solomon
Carol Schaedler
snakes on you!"
Arthur Lievre
John Sifaneck
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Delphus Dixon
Stanley Solomon
Carol Schaedler
snakes on you!"
Arthur Lievre
John Sifaneck
79
Carol Schaedler
snakes on you! " Stanley Solomon
John Si faneck
Arthur Lievre
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SCIENCE
John Honey
Anthony Caggiano
Harold Lieberman
Richard Caliendo
Arthur Pitschi
80
SCIENCE
John Honey
Anthony Caggiano
Harold Lieberman
Richard Caliendo
Arthur Pitschi
SCIENCE
Arthur Pitschi
John Honey
Anthony Caggiano
Harold Lieberman
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Richard Caliendo
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Gail Shafer
Howard Robinson
Janet Hughes
Philip Sheridan
Daniel Visconti
Gerald Sullivan
"You cannot teach a man anything;
You can only help him to find it out for himself."
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Gail Shafer
Howard Robinson
Janet Hughes
Philip Sheridan
Daniel Visconti
Gerald Sullivan
"You cannot teach a man anything;
You can only help him to find it out for himself."
Gail Shafer
Philip Sheridan
Daniel Visconti
Howard Robinson
Gerald Sullivan
Janet Hughes "You cannot teach a man anything;
You can only help him to find it out for himself ."
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Lois Barton
Helen Forest
Marjorie Rohrbacher
"Let's blow up the school!"
Kathryn Walsh
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Lois Barton
Helen Forest
Marjorie Rohrbacher
"Let's blow up the school!"
Kathryn Walsh
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Kathryn Walsh
Marjorie Rohrbacher
Lois Barton
"Let's blow up the school! "
Helen Forest
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John Bouleris
Nicholas Cordone
Norman Shapiro
"Next time and you're out of the game"
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John Bouleris
Nicholas Cordone
Norman Shapiro
"Next time and you're out of the game"
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Norman Shapiro
"Next time and you ' re out of the game"
Susan Carter
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Nicholas Cordone
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"Where there is an open mind
There will always be a frontier."
WilliamR. Sullivan
Herb Gabler

Paul Casper
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Jack Guberman

"Where there is an open mind
There will always be a frontier."
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Herb Gabler
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There will always be a frontier ."
William R. Sullivan
Paul Casper
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Keep in shape, guys!
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Andrew MacAvoy
John Merenda
Thomas Maxwell
Philip Merriam
Steven Mallor
Keep in shape, guys!
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Andrew MacAvoy
John Merenda
Thomas Maxwell
Philip Merriam
Steven Mallor
Andrew MacAvoy
John Merenda
Steven Mallor
Philip Merriam
Thomas Maxwell
Keep in shape, guys!
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Harvey Mandell
Marcelle Santoro
Arthur Warren

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Harvey Mandell
Marcelle Santoro
Arthur Warren

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DISCOVER MR. IAN OGILVIE
An open letter to David Bamberger:
You never cease to amaze me. Graduation is traditionally a joy-filled event and you've
requested that I contribute to Record '75 about 300 words dealing with existentialism,
discovery, and prediction. It is an honor to reply, but please remember that you asked
for it!
It seems to me that an acquistive and technological civilization cannot provide us
with answers to the crisis of meaning. In other words, we have emphasized the how and
not the why. Existentialism can act as a corrective to this and the necessity for taking
responsibility for action or inaction. This is important for the present generation be-
cause of their chronological proximity to inescapable and radical decisions which must
affect the very near and the very distant future of man. Your generation may be called
upon to take responsibility for the level of survival of many future generations! If that
responsibility is authentically accepted, your generation may find that discovery is not
enough. Creativity may prove to be absolutely necessary in finding solutions to present
and future difficulties. Education and the existential search for meaning can combine to enable the present gener-
ation of graduates to look upon crises as opportunities to create satisfactory solutions. Those who participate in
such solutions may come to know a joy similar to that experienced by great artists after the creation of a master-
piece. It is entirely possible that the graduates of today may find more excitement and opportunities for selffulfill-
ment than preceding generations found.
My very best wishes for a great future to you and your classmates.
Sincerely,
Linc Ogilvie
COOPERATIVE
OPPORTUNITY
PROGRAM
Divina Leitch
Far away there in the sunshine
are my highest aspirations.
I may not reach them,
but I can look up
and see their beauty,
believe in them,
and try
to follow where they lead.
John Eddington
87
DISCOVER MR. IAN OGILVIE
An open letter to David Bamberger:
You never cease to amaze me. Graduation is traditionally a joy-filled event and you've
requested that I contribute to Record '75 about 300 words dealing with existentialism,
discovery, and prediction. It is an honor to reply, but please remember that you asked
for it!
It seems to me that an acquistive and technological civilization cannot provide us
with answers to the crisis of meaning. In other words, we have emphasized the how and
not the why. Existentialism can act as a corrective to this and the necessity for taking
responsibility for action or inaction. This is important for the present generation be-
cause of their chronological proximity to inescapable and radical decisions which must
affect the very near and the very distant future of man. Your generation may be called
upon to take responsibility for the level of survival of many future generations! If that
responsibility is authentically accepted, your generation may find that discovery is not
enough. Creativity may prove to be absolutely necessary in finding solutions to present
and future difficulties. Education and the existential search for meaning can combine to enable the present gener-
ation of graduates to look upon crises as opportunities to create satisfactory solutions. Those who participate in
such solutions may come to know a joy similar to that experienced by great artists after the creation of a master-
piece. It is entirely possible that the graduates of today may find more excitement and opportunities for selffulfill-
ment than preceding generations found.
My very best wishes for a great future to you and your classmates.
Sincerely,
Linc Ogilvie
COOPERATIVE
OPPORTUNITY
PROGRAM
Divina Leitch
Far away there in the sunshine
are my highest aspirations.
I may not reach them,
but I can look up
and see their beauty,
believe in them,
and try
to follow where they lead.
John Eddington
87
DISCOVER MR. IAN OGILVIE
An open letter to David Bamberger:
You never cease to amaze me. Graduation is traditionally a joy-filled event and you've
requested that I contribute to Record '75 about 300 words dealing with existentialism,
discovery, and prediction. It is an honor to reply, but please remember that you asked
for it!
It seems to me that an acquistive and technological civilization cannot provide us
with answers to the crisis of meaning. In other words, we have emphasized the how and
not the why. Existentialism can act as a corrective to this and the necessity for taking
responsibility for action or inaction. This is important for the present generation be-
cause of their chronological proximity to inescapable and radical decisions which must
affect the very near and the very distant future of man. Your generation may be called
upon to take responsibility for the level of survival of many future generations! If that
responsibility is authentically accepted, your generation may find that discovery is not
enough. Creativity may prove to be absolutely necessary in finding solutions to present
and future difficulties. Education and the existential search for meaning can combine to enable the present gener-
ation of graduates to look upon crises as opportunities to create satisfactory solutions. Those who participate in
such solutions may come to know a joy similar to that experienced by great artists after the creation of a master-
piece. It is entirely possible that the graduates of today may find more excitement and opportunities for selffulfill-
ment than preceding generations found .
My very best wishes for a great future to you and your classmates.
COOPERATIVE
OPPORTUNITY
PROGRAM
Sincerely,
Linc Ogilvie
Divina Leitch
Far away there in the sunshine
are my highest aspirations.
I may not reach them,
but I can look up
a nd see thei r bea uty,
believe in them,
and try
to follow where they lead.
John Eddington
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Raymond Kennedy
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Anthony DiClemente
Merle Bass
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Patricia Bindrim
Raymond Kennedy
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Carolyn Capehart
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Frank Candito
Anthony DiClemente
Merle Bass
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FrankCandito
Carolyn Capehart
Anthony DiClemente
Merle Bass
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Matthew Hazan
Carl Unger
Frances Vezer
Ruth Hollander
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Philip Green
Richard Schiliro
Gloria Whidden, Aide
Matthew Hazan
Carl Unger
Frances Vezer
Ruth Hollander
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Philip Green
Richard Schiliro
Gloria Whidden, Aide
Richard Schiliro
Matthew Hazan
Gloria Whidden. Aide
Carl Unger
Philip Green
Ruth Hollander
Frances Vezer
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LIBRARY
"Books are ever-learning lamps of accumulated wisdom."
Winifred Jansson
Marian Griffin
Linda Robbins Joan Botwinick
Sue Meza
Robert Danks
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LIBRARY
"Books are ever-learning lamps of accumulated wisdom."
Winifred Jansson
Marian Griffin
Linda Robbins Joan Botwinick
Sue Meza
Robert Danks
" Books are ever-learning lamps of accumulated wisdom."
LIBRARY
Linda Robbins
Joan Botwinick
Sue Meza
Winifred Jansson
Marian Griffin
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Robert Danks
A
4.*ss
SWIMMINONOMailir
Rose Asaro
Sally Space
Virginia King
Vita Marino, Aide
NURSE
91
Louise Gruss
Martha Anderson
A
4.*ss
SWIMMINONOMailir
Rose Asaro
Sally Space
Virginia King
Vita Marino, Aide
NURSE
91
Louise Gruss
Martha Anderson
Rose Asaro Louise Gruss
Sally Space Martha Anderson
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Vita Marino. Aide
NURSE
Virginia King 91
LANGUAGE
When one door closes, another opens, but we often look
so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we
do not see the one which has opened for us.
92 George Kral!
Ian Ogilvie
George Squires
Irene Garbo
"Once upon a time
LANGUAGE
When one door closes, another opens, but we often look
so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we
do not see the one which has opened for us.
92 George Kral!
Ian Ogilvie
George Squires
Irene Garbo
"Once upon a time
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LANGUAGE
Ian Ogilvie
George Squires
When one door closes , another opens, but we often look
so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we
do not see the one which has opened for us.
George Krall
Irene Garbo
" Once upon a time .
.air
DISCOVER EDWARD GUZAK
There are two ways to do things for people:
with a sour face or with a smile. Has anyone
seen Mr. Guzak without a smile?
As head custodian, he has as many respon-
sibilities as one man can handle. Yet he finds
time to do favors for many students and facul-
ty members. One can imagine how busy a cus-
todian must be the first few days of school. Yet
Mr. Guzak often takes time during the first
week to help struggling students open their
lockers. And he does so with a smile.
Mr. Guzak and his staff are directly respon-
sible for an improved education here. To re-
ceive the best possible education, classes
must take place in an attractive, heated, and
well-lit building. By keeping our building in top
shape, Mr. Guzak and his staff insure that the
best possible education will take place here.
Whether in a personal or impersonal way,
Edward Guzak is always doing things for the
people of Patchogue-Medford. And he always
does so with a smile.

Ralph Suarez

Maria Tonkiss
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.air
DISCOVER EDWARD GUZAK
There are two ways to do things for people:
with a sour face or with a smile. Has anyone
seen Mr. Guzak without a smile?
As head custodian, he has as many respon-
sibilities as one man can handle. Yet he finds
time to do favors for many students and facul-
ty members. One can imagine how busy a cus-
todian must be the first few days of school. Yet
Mr. Guzak often takes time during the first
week to help struggling students open their
lockers. And he does so with a smile.
Mr. Guzak and his staff are directly respon-
sible for an improved education here. To re-
ceive the best possible education, classes
must take place in an attractive, heated, and
well-lit building. By keeping our building in top
shape, Mr. Guzak and his staff insure that the
best possible education will take place here.
Whether in a personal or impersonal way,
Edward Guzak is always doing things for the
people of Patchogue-Medford. And he always
does so with a smile.

Ralph Suarez

Maria Tonkiss
9i
Ralph Suarez
Mari a Tonkiss
DISCOVER EDWARD GUZAK
There are two ways to do things for people:
with a sour face or with a smile. Has anyone
seen Mr. Guzak without a smile?
As head custodian, he has as many respon-
sibilities as one man can handle. Yet he finds
time to do favors for many students and facul-
ty members . One can imagine how busy a cus-
todian must be the first few days of school. Yet
Mr. Guzak often takes time during the first
week to help struggling students open their
lockers. And he does so with a smile.
Mr. Guzak and his staff are directly respon-
sible for an improved education here. To re-
ceive the best possible education , classes
must take place in an attractive, heated, and
well-lit building. By keeping our building in top
shape, Mr. Guzak and his staff insure that the
best possible education will take place here.
Whether in a personal or impersonal way ,
Edward Guzak is always doing things for the
people of Patchogue-Medford. And he always
does so with a smile.
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS
Harry Kachele
Philip Pennisi
Charles Hambsch
Roger Klinkenberg
Bruce Terry 94
Chester Nowak
INDUSTRIAL ARTS
Harry Kachele
Philip Pennisi
Charles Hambsch
Roger Klinkenberg
Bruce Terry 94
Chester Nowak
INDUSTRIAL ARTS
Harry Kachele
Philip Pennisi
Chester Nowak
Charles Hambsch
94
Bruce Terry
Roger Klinkenberg
Janice Stein
Janice Donovan
Anyone hungry?
EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
Russell Wygand
Muriel Furman

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Janice Stein
Janice Donovan
Anyone hungry?
EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
Russell Wygand
Muriel Furman

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Janice Stein
Janice Donovan
Anyone hungry?
H E
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EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
Russell Wygand
Muriel Furman
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Wanda Searles
June Martino
"There are two ways you can spread light; you can
be the candle that makes it shine or the mirror that
reflects it."
SECRETARIES

Alma Boyden
Linda Gill
Chris Hudak
96
Wanda Searles
June Martino
"There are two ways you can spread light; you can
be the candle that makes it shine or the mirror that
reflects it."
SECRETARIES

Alma Boyden
Linda Gill
Chris Hudak
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Alma Boyden
Linda Gill
Chris Hudak
96
Wanda Searles
June Martino
"There are two ways you can spread light; you can
be the candle that makes it shine or the mirror that
reflects it."
SECRET ARI ES
Susan Backman
.
Shirley Robinson
Patricia Edwards
Ruth Becker
Josephine Reinckens
"How come I'm always left with all the work?"
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Susan Backman
.
Shirley Robinson
Patricia Edwards
Ruth Becker
Josephine Reinckens
"How come I'm always left with all the work?"
97
Shirley Robinson Susan Backman
Ruth Becker
Patricia Edwards
Josephine Reinckens
"How come I'm always left with all the work?"
97
Paula Lindsay
Edward Cinelli
Jeri Clendennen
98
Ray Fell
GYM
"It's a good thing we ate our Wheaties today."
Paula Lindsay
Edward Cinelli
Jeri Clendennen
98
Ray Fell
GYM
"It's a good thing we ate our Wheaties today."
GYM
Paula Lindsay
Ray Fell
Edward Cinelli
" It' s a good thing we ate our Wheaties today."
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Jeri Clendennen
DISCOVER CHRIS HUDAK
Chris Hudak, mild-mannered secretary en-
ters the storage room, takes off her glasses,
and FLASH, she returns as Super-receptionist:
able to solve practically any problem that
crops up during a school day.
To many students and faculty members at
Patchogue-Medford, Miss Hudak really is Su-
per-receptionist. Many of the forty organiza-
tions and clubs in school require supplies
from the main office. And Miss Hudak miracu-
lously produces them from the storage room.
Teachers and some students request that
Chris type up and run off copies of a particular
document. And she's always handling phone
calls thousands during the school year.
Chris is also one of the few people in this
school who can operate a composer which is a
special kind of typewriter. Each year, Chris
types the whole student handbook with the
composer.
If you're ever after school and see I blond
flying around the main office, you can be as-
sured it is Chris Hudak, Super-receptionist,
coming to the aid of a dejected club president.

George Ulrich
Mary Ryan

Nothing is difficult when you put your heM-t into it.
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DISCOVER CHRIS HUDAK
Chris Hudak, mild-mannered secretary en-
ters the storage room, takes off her glasses,
and FLASH, she returns as Super-receptionist:
able to solve practically any problem that
crops up during a school day.
To many students and faculty members at
Patchogue-Medford, Miss Hudak really is Su-
per-receptionist. Many of the forty organiza-
tions and clubs in school require supplies
from the main office. And Miss Hudak miracu-
lously produces them from the storage room.
Teachers and some students request that
Chris type up and run off copies of a particular
document. And she's always handling phone
calls thousands during the school year.
Chris is also one of the few people in this
school who can operate a composer which is a
special kind of typewriter. Each year, Chris
types the whole student handbook with the
composer.
If you're ever after school and see I blond
flying around the main office, you can be as-
sured it is Chris Hudak, Super-receptionist,
coming to the aid of a dejected club president.

George Ulrich
Mary Ryan

Nothing is difficult when you put your heM-t into it.
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Mary Ryan
George Ulrich
Nothing is difficult when you put your heart into it.
DISCOVERCHRIS HUDAK
Chris Hudak, mild-mannered secretary en-
ters the storage room, takes off her glasses,
and FLASH, she returns as Super-receptionist:
able to solve practically any problem that
crops up during a school day.
To many students and faculty members at
Patchogue-Medford, Miss Hudak really is Su-
per-receptionist. Many of the forty organ iza-
tions and clubs in school require supplies
from the main office. And Miss Hudak miracu-
lously produces them from the storage roorn.
Teachers and some students request that
Chris type up and run off copies of a particular
document. And she's always handling phone
calls - thousands during the school year .
Chris is also one of the few people in this
school who can operate a composer which is a
special kind of typewriter. Each year , Chris
types the whole student handbook with the
composer.
If you're ever after school and see I blond
flying around the main office, you can be as-
sured it is Chris Hudak, Super-receptionist,
coming to the aid of a dejected club president .
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M
U
S
I
C
Glenn Brown
And the band plays on!
Raymond Lysak
William Morgan
100
M
U
S
I
C
Glenn Brown
And the band plays on!
Raymond Lysak
William Morgan
100
100
M
U
S
I
C
Raymond Lysak
Glenn Brown
William Morgan
And the band plays on!
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Barbara Durso
PUPIL PERSONNEL
Harry Sanborn
Dr. John Bern ius
Stafford Carmichael
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Barbara Durso
PUPIL PERSONNEL
Harry Sanborn
Dr. John Bern ius
Stafford Carmichael
PUPIL PERSONNEL
Barbara Durso Stafford Carmichael
Dr. John Bernius
Harry Sanborn
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U
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T
0
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A
N
S
Dominick Alercio
Not pictured: Robert Miehle, Peter Malone, Michael Malone, Ed-
win Comacho, Raymond Nunziata, Carmel Mancuso, Augustave
Gacia, Carlos Ocacio, Peter Vaccaro, Walter Nachajski, Arthur
Pond
Alfred Colovi
Paul Andrisani
Edward Guzak
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U
S
T
0
D
A
N
S
Dominick Alercio
Not pictured: Robert Miehle, Peter Malone, Michael Malone, Ed-
win Comacho, Raymond Nunziata, Carmel Mancuso, Augustave
Gacia, Carlos Ocacio, Peter Vaccaro, Walter Nachajski, Arthur
Pond
Alfred Colovi
Paul Andrisani
Edward Guzak
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102
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D
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N
s
Paul Andrisani
Dominick Alercio
Not pictured: Robert Miehle, Peter Malone, Michael Malone, Ed-
win Co macho, Raymond Nunziata, Carmel Mancuso, Augustave
Gacia, Carlos Ocacio, Peter Vaccaro, Walter Nachajski, Arthur
Pond
Alfred Colovi
Edward Guzak
DISCOVER HARVEY MANDELL
Mr. Mandell is one of the truly gifted teachers
at Patchoque-Medford. In addition to teaching
psychology classes, he is the special education
teacher here.
Mr. Mandell works with slow learners. Each of
these students must worker harder to reach the
same leve of academic and emotional maturity
that we all want to attain. It is Mr. Mandell's de-
sire to assimilate these students into our society
so they can find fulfillment in it.
In the morning, Mr. Mandell instructs special
education students in many subject areas includ-
ing math, English, social studies, and science. In
the afternoon his students go to work. Many of
them hold full-time jobs on the assembly line, in
laundries, as short order cooks, and as mainte-
nance personnel.
In ten years as a special education teacher, Mr.
Mandell has taught and found jobs for approxi-
mately 70 students. Students in the program and
our society in general can be thankful to Mr.
Mandell for his efforts.
MONITOR
AIDES
Not Pictured: Joan Burton, Josephine Martino.

Frank Sabella, Charles Walker

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DISCOVER HARVEY MANDELL
Mr. Mandell is one of the truly gifted teachers
at Patchoque-Medford. In addition to teaching
psychology classes, he is the special education
teacher here.
Mr. Mandell works with slow learners. Each of
these students must worker harder to reach the
same leve of academic and emotional maturity
that we all want to attain. It is Mr. Mandell's de-
sire to assimilate these students into our society
so they can find fulfillment in it.
In the morning, Mr. Mandell instructs special
education students in many subject areas includ-
ing math, English, social studies, and science. In
the afternoon his students go to work. Many of
them hold full-time jobs on the assembly line, in
laundries, as short order cooks, and as mainte-
nance personnel.
In ten years as a special education teacher, Mr.
Mandell has taught and found jobs for approxi-
mately 70 students. Students in the program and
our society in general can be thankful to Mr.
Mandell for his efforts.
MONITOR
AIDES
Not Pictured: Joan Burton, Josephine Martino.

Frank Sabella, Charles Walker

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Frank Sabella, Charles Walker
DISCOVER HARVEY MANDELL
Mr. Mandell is one of the truly gifted teachers
at Patchoque-Medford. I n addition to teaching
psychology classes, he is the special education
teacher here.
Mr. Mandell works with slow learners. Each of
these students must worker harder to reach the
same leve of academic and emotional maturity
that we all want to attain. It is Mr. Mandell's de-
sire to assimilate these students into our society
so they can find fulfillment in it.
In the morning, Mr. Mandell instructs special
education students in many subject areas includ-
ing math, English, social studies, and science. In
the afternoon his students go to work. Many of
them hold full-time jobs on the assembly line, in
laundries, as short order cooks, and as mainte-
nance personnel.
In ten years as a special education teacher, Mr.
Mandell has taught and found jobs for approxi-
mately 70 students. Students in the program and
our society in general can be thankful to Mr .
Mandell for his efforts.
MONITOR
AIDES
Not Pictured: Joan Burton, Josephine Martino.
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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION
Henry Read

Dr. Frederick Beaver

Frank Rossi
Superintendent of Schools

Asst. Supt. of Personnel

Director of Instructional Services


Paul Hauser

Robert Hausner

Allen Robinson
Director Pupil Personnel Services

Asst. Supt. for Business

Director of Continuing Education


"Every life we touch is a field,
everything we do and all the words we speak are seed.
What will the harvest be?"
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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION
Henry Read

Dr. Frederick Beaver

Frank Rossi
Superintendent of Schools

Asst. Supt. of Personnel

Director of Instructional Services


Paul Hauser

Robert Hausner

Allen Robinson
Director Pupil Personnel Services

Asst. Supt. for Business

Director of Continuing Education


"Every life we touch is a field,
everything we do and all the words we speak are seed.
What will the harvest be?"
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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION
Henry Read
Superintendent of Schools
Paul Hauser
Dr. Frederick Reaver
Asst. Supt. of Personnel
Robert Hausner
Frank Rossi
Director of Instructional Services
Allen Robinson
Director Pupil Personnel Services
Asst. Supt. for Business Director of Continuing Education
"Every life we touch is a field.
everything we do and all the words we speak are seed.
What will the harvest be?"
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Alfred Chiuchiolo
Claire Meyer
BOARD
OF
EDUCATION
Albert A. Benincasa
President
Philip C. Liguori, Sr.
Michael Montana
Dr. Jerome Botwinick
Vice-President
George A. Mason, Jr.
Samuel Rein
Treasurer
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Alfred Chiuchiolo
Claire Meyer
BOARD
OF
EDUCATION
Albert A. Benincasa
President
Philip C. Liguori, Sr.
Michael Montana
Dr. Jerome Botwinick
Vice-President
George A. Mason, Jr.
Samuel Rein
Treasurer
Albert A. Benincasa
President
PhilipC. Liguori , Sr.
Michael Montana
Dr. Jerome Botwinick
Vice-President
George A. Mason, Jr .
Samuel Rein
Treasurer
Alfred Chiuchiolo
Claire Meyer
BOARD
OF
EDUCATION
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CAFETERIA STAFF
Valerie Leffert, Rosemary Neil, Valentine Coyne, Catherine Dayton, Marie Tarantino, Nora Malkiewicz,
Anna Laucella, Lorraine Crisier, Carmella Centrone, Anna Russo, Margherita Giaquinto
Constance Arianas, Mary Kastel, Alice Mach, Patricia Carpen-
ter
Cafeteria Staff not pictured: Madeline Perry, Sue Boyle, Sher-
idan Cali, Mary Ann Grella, Margaret Marcello, Rosemarie
Massa, Ann Olms, Rose Paradiso, Dorothy Powell
Mary Ann Merrill
Catherine Clark
Louise Dill
106 Theresa DeMaio
Grace Furfaro
Louise Weber
CAFETERIA STAFF
Valerie Leffert, Rosemary Neil, Valentine Coyne, Catherine Dayton, Marie Tarantino, Nora Malkiewicz,
Anna Laucella, Lorraine Crisier, Carmella Centrone, Anna Russo, Margherita Giaquinto
Constance Arianas, Mary Kastel, Alice Mach, Patricia Carpen-
ter
Cafeteria Staff not pictured: Madeline Perry, Sue Boyle, Sher-
idan Cali, Mary Ann Grella, Margaret Marcello, Rosemarie
Massa, Ann Olms, Rose Paradiso, Dorothy Powell
Mary Ann Merrill
Catherine Clark
Louise Dill
106 Theresa DeMaio
Grace Furfaro
Louise Weber
CAFETERIA STAFF
Mary Ann Merrill
Catherine Clark
Louise Dill
Theresa DeMaio
106
Valerie Leffert, Rosemary Neil , Valentine Coyne, Catherine Dayton, Marie Tarantino, Nora Malkiewicz,
Anna Laucella, Lorraine Crisler, Carmella Centrone, Anna Russo, Margherita Giaquinto
Grace Furfaro
Louise Weber
Constance Arianas, Mary Kastel, Alice Mach, Patricia Carpen-
ter
Cafeteria Staff not pictured: Madeline Perry, Sue Boyle, Sher-
idan Cali , Mary Ann Grella, Margaret Marcello, Rosemarie
Massa, Ann Olms, Rose Paradiso. Dorothy Powell
Name Date
FAMOUS QUOTES
Who Said This?
1. "Talk to me Algebra." A. Mr. Casper
2. "Peeeeple! Where are you?" B. Mr. Shapiro
3 .
"This is beautiful, but not organic." C. Mr. O'Day
4. "Think of your future." D. Mr. Quinn
5 .
"Well, I'll tell ya..." E. Mr. Fell
6 . "Anyone need a job?" F. Mr. Solomon
7 .
"Now let's do the tape of the three G. Mr. Morgan
minute timed writing!"
8 . "There's a lot you don't understand, H. Mr. Hoctor
but..."
9 .
"Hey now...you can do it." I. Mrs. Garbo
10. "Dittos anyone?"
J. Mrs. Bindrim
11. "Hey...uh...fellas..." K. Mr. Green
12. "Okay..." L. Mr. Dixon
13 . "I love Hattie Hamburger and Joe
M. Miss Posner
Frankfurter!"
107
Name Date
FAMOUS QUOTES
Who Said This?
1. "Talk to me Algebra." A. Mr. Casper
2. "Peeeeple! Where are you?" B. Mr. Shapiro
3 .
"This is beautiful, but not organic." C. Mr. O'Day
4. "Think of your future." D. Mr. Quinn
5 .
"Well, I'll tell ya..." E. Mr. Fell
6 . "Anyone need a job?" F. Mr. Solomon
7 .
"Now let's do the tape of the three G. Mr. Morgan
minute timed writing!"
8 . "There's a lot you don't understand, H. Mr. Hoctor
but..."
9 .
"Hey now...you can do it." I. Mrs. Garbo
10. "Dittos anyone?"
J. Mrs. Bindrim
11. "Hey...uh...fellas..." K. Mr. Green
12. "Okay..." L. Mr. Dixon
13 . "I love Hattie Hamburger and Joe
M. Miss Posner
Frankfurter!"
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Name ______________________ _
FAMOUS QUOTES
Who Said This?
1.
2.
J.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
11.
12.
"Talk to me Algebra."
"Peeeeplel Where are you?"
"This is beautiful, but not organic."
"Think of your future."
IliNell, I'll tell ya "
"Anyone need a job?"
"Now let's do the tape of the three
minute timed writing I "
"There's a lot you don't understand,
but "
"Hey now you can do it."
"Dittos anyone?"
"Hey uh fell as "
"Okay "
"I love Hattie Hamburger and Joe
Frankfurter I "
Date ______________ __
A. Mr. Casper
B. Mr. Shapiro
c. Mr. O'Day
D. Mr. Quinn
E. Mr. Fell
F. Mr. Solomon
G. Mr. Morgan
H. Mr. Hoctor
I. Mrs. Garbo
J. Mrs. Bindrim
K. Mr. Green
L. Mr. Dixon
M. Miss Posner
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