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Volume 26 

Welcome To The Campus Of Curry College .... 





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Turn These Pages . . . 





Can Never Happen Again. 




dedication 



Editor's Note: Each year the Senior class is granted the opportunity to dedicate their Senior yearbook to a member of the College 
community that best exemplifies the standards of consciousness, morality, fairness, good heartedness, and dedication to the College. 

Great deliberation was given to the matter this year, and from an excellent field of nominations emerged two very strong and capable 
administrators. The yearbook dedication committee felt that each was an easy and natural winner, and thus the committee saw fit to 
dedicate their yearbook to both of these Curryites, Mrs. LeBaron and Mr. Hastings. 

Both persons have served Curry well in a number of ways. The Class of 1978 wishes them well, and thanks them from the bottom of our 
hearts for the several ways they have helped us throughout our Curry duration. 







Mrs. Helen LeBaron 

Unfortunately most of us don't get to meet Mrs. 
LeBaron until our bills don't get paid on time and she 
calls us in to see her. We go slinking in there, only to 
find a women who is as helpful as time allows her to 
be. 

She's not one to waste time with us. She has no time 
to waste. She comes in early most every day, and is 
usually the last to leave . . . and she takes work home 
with her. She has run the Bursars Office for many 
years, with really little help. When you see her in the 
office she is always scampering about . . . she is so 
busy! 

A vital member of the Curry Community, she has 
finally been given some help with the addition of Mr. 
Marchi. But since Curry is ever growing, the work 
load will too, and she'll be as busy as ever. 

The Class of 1978 thanks her for her hard work and 
dedication to Curry College. 





Mr. Ned Hastings 

When a crisis happened in 1977 and the 
students needed someone to talk to 
(during the great leadership turmoil), Ned 
Hastings stepped in, and filled the void. 

When the students cried for a voice in 

how the dorms were run, Ned Hastings 

stepped in to moderate an all College 

forum. 

When Dean Fred Kirschenmann resigned, 

an Acting Dean was needed, and Ned 

Hastings was a natural choice because of 

his knowledge, and overwhelming good 

sense. 

He has filled that position well enough 

that some would like to see him become 

the Dean, not the Acting Dean. 



Just another thing. Ned Hastings is the first person to be so honored m 
I this manner twice. His first time was the 1968 Curryer dedication. Perhaps 
Curry will be lucky enough to have him here still for another decade, for 
he is a great person, academically and socially. Maybe he"ll get the 

dedication in 1988 tod' 




He has shown fairness, especially to 

students. He has shown ability to handle 

problems. He has shown the students that 

yes students are the first concern of 

the College (but they can't have 
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Casino Night '77 




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Harry Reems and Georgina Spelvin 
(the Devil in Miss Jones duo) are 
at their cummy best in this erotic 
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Talent cascaded onto the stage 
of Foard Auditorium on the 
night of October 15th, 
entertaining us with style and 
charm. We traveled back 
through time into those 
fabulous fifties complete with 
the spectacular Elvis. The team 
of Hanley and Campbell 
displayed their outstanding flair 
for showmanship! Bob 
Tomasello and Mark Cember 
were a pretty slick duo; Marty 
Casey strutted his stuff in fine 
Elvis style; Rich Holbrook 
crooned his way into our 
hearts; Joelyn Harden 
captivated us with her fancy 
footwork; Christy Johnson and 
Joyce Herling among others 
were a marvelous contribution 
to this extravaganza which 
could have not become reality 
without the gifted sounds of 
Andy Chessin and his band. 
Star Wars exploded onto the 
stage as choreographed by 
Gregory Little. All in all it was 
a night to remember. 



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Copping a feel 



Look at those legs! 



"oodles and oddles" 



Curry's Best Dressed Couples. 



The Senior class sponsored a Halloween Festival 
which turned out to be a bewitching success. Curryites 
fashioned in their finest feathers and had a "gay" old 
time! The evening was complete with an array of 
sights, sounds and sensations, among them a hypno- 
tist, a psychic, a palm reader, tarrot cards, a commut- 
er raffle, bobbing for apples, a best costume contest, 
and of course, much beer. C.C. was right in the "spir- 
it" of things! 





Homecoming '77 was a 
wonderful occasion which 
afforded everyone a chance 
to celebrate and socialize in 
high style. The festivities be- 
gan with a two point victory 
over New Haven and ended 
at Hillcrest, the Homecom- 
ing Dance. Everyone looked 
suave and sophisticated, got 
loaded and had a swinging 
time. 'Graham Cole' kept 
us rockin', making it a very 
informal formal! 




Cast: Gregory 
A. Little, Jim 
Kirk, Patrice 
Davey, Rich 
Holbrook, 
Karen Hunter, 
Christie 
Johnson, 
David 
Goodman, 
Alice Buckley, 
Peter George. 




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The Curry Center For 

The Performing Arts 

Presents 




"A MAGICAL MUSICAL" 

November 4, 5 & 10, 11, 12 
At Curry College in the Ford Auditorium 



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The Staff: Daniel Veaner, Joan Denihan, Tom Campbell, 
Geoffrey Campbell, Larry Sterling, Bunny Aronson, Lore 
Browner, Jill Baldarelli, Stephen Majsak, Kirby Wads- 
worth, Steve Espack, Greg Ryan, Paul DiPaolo, Rich Smil- 
lie, Charles Dooley, Gail Duxbury, Laurie Siegel, Bill 
Round, Andrew Flagg, Joelyn Harden, Marjory Nimberg, 
Joe Harlenan, Sheryl Silas, Linda Rolle, Nancy Dorety, 
Ann Murphy, Phil Zur, Kevin Duff, Carol Leopardi. 



"This is a- play about Gregory, Jim, Christie, Karen, David, Peter, P^iffce, and 
Alice and their encounter with the magic of the Godspell. They hav^made the 
libretto which is 

based on the Godspell i 

of St. Matthew / 

uniquely their own. t 

The pantomimes were j,***. M- 

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an expression of what " 

they found in each of 
Jesus' parables. So 
through them the 
Godspell comes alive. 




Just as the original production tried to bring 
new life to our hackneyed understanding of 
the Godspell, so have those who worked on 
this production sought to find a new and 
meaningful way to tell the story. In the 
original production the action took place in 
a chainlink enclosure with clown characters. 
In this production the action takes place in 
the street and the characters are caricatures 
of reality. Can the Godspell happen in our 
streets? Can the Godspell happen today? 
Can the Godspell breakaway the caricatures 
of ourselves? Ask Alice, Richard, Patrice, 
Peter, David, Karen, Christie, Jim, or Greg- 
ory. Then ask yourself." 

Richard Matthews 
Director 



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Hangin' Out" 




James Montgomery Band 






Above: The Steamers opened for the 
James Montgomery Concert. Above 
right: The Graham Cole Band played 
at Homecoming. Right: DJ Ron Rob- 
in from WVBF-FM ran a disco night. 




Left: "Minus One" 
left: "Slipknot". 



The MGB sponsored the second annual Gong Show, which proved to be the hilarious 
success last year's was. Mark Carter as emcee revealed all and Julie Basile was a 
pretty foxy hostess. The distinguished panel of judges consisted of Sue Lupica and 
Bob Scappini, by virtue of their renowned savoir faire, and Scot Wilson and Ruth 
Lucas by virtue of their fine reputations as connoisseurs of art. Krebsie and Benzie 
gave wild renditions of "Mac the Knife" and "Secret Agent" which won them the 
first prize of a keg. Beer was chugged and chugged and chugged. Bill Round gave a 
very well rounded performance on the guitar. Dodger and his buddy were gonged Al 
Jolson style. There was much hubbub and cutting up as the judges scored the talent. 
Hurrah for comic relief! 




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Blizzard '78 



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Mike Mahoney loads another racing film in the projector. 

During the big blizzard of 78 the Senior class sponsored the annual 
Horseracing Night. Due to the storm there was just a small turnout, but 
was much fun for those who could make it, as the Seniors hosted the event 
they brought to Curry for the last time. 



Blood Drives 




Each year when 
the Count 
Dracula's of the 
world come to 
call Curry 
Students can't 
wait to be lucky 
victims. A case in 
point is the 
annual Red Cross 
Blood Drives. 
This page depicts 
the students 
giving blood, and 
eating (and 
drinking) goodies 
afterwards. 
Because of the 
cafeteria, it is 
rumored, some 
come and give 
blood just to have 
a decent snack 
afterwards. A real 
worry might be 
that of the blood 
given, 99% might 
be full of alcohol. 
Oh well, happy 
drinking! 





The Senior Dinner was held in October in order for 
the seniors to get together, have a little wine, and hear 
a little about what they were supposed to be doing to 
get ready for the big day: commencement. After the 
wine, some of them were far from serious, but sobered 
up under informative talks from Dean Hastings and 
Dean Jackson. Real worthy words of advice were giv- 
en by guest Barbara Fournier. Joanne Roderiques also 
informed the seniors on how the class was to proceed 
onwards . . . 




Top left: Class President Joanne Roderiques, top right: 
Dean Jackson, above: Barbara Fournier. 



Curry College Cafe Cuisine 




"Ah, the multitude of choices this place has to offer." 






In The Busy j Life 




Senior Class President Joanne Roder- 
iques lead a hectic and busy life 
throughout her Curry career. Various 
times she was a House Director, a 
Resident Advisor, a yearbook section 
Editor, Dean's List member, and a 
member of the Alexander Graham 
Bell Society. Her senior year was 
probably busiest as she lead her class 
through last minute fund raising 
events, fights with the Senate (for SIP 
money), and preparations for gradu- 
ation; along with the most expensive k 
and best senior week ever at Curry. 
These two pages help depict a typical 
day, in a way, but are not really re- 
flective on how much work she put in 
to everything. 




Of Joanne Roderiques 









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checks in to help sell Se: 
Week tickets . . . 



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A quick jog to help stay fit 
before dinner . . . 

Joanne, as President, did much work for the 
Senior Class, and did a great job on getting the 
Seniors to work and contribute to class pro- 
jects. Of course she had a great class to lead, 
for a leader is only as good as the group they 
have to lead. A great leader and a great class 
compliment each other, and that was the story 
of the Class of 1978. 



ater has a Commencement Committee ^^tjng, here with^Jj||||^n ^ 
Carl Cooper, and with class VP ^liBiii Jlulfcs* 




. . . and a look on the Senior Week ticket 
counter held during dinner. 



After dinner, and before play time, Joanne 
does quite a bit of studying, which of course 
enables her to stay consistently on the Dean's 
List through four Curry years. 



Students As Students 




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Non advertised off campus, sparsely attended by Curry students, and 
costing about 10% of our student activity fee the Aztec Twostep 
concert happened none-the-less in April, 1978. Many of those who 
went did enjoy it. 





spring Achievement Awards Banquet 

April 20, 1978 



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Just before the close of the school year 
we all gathered together for the annual 
awards night. A great steamship roast 
beef meal followed a wine and cheese 
hour, and then we watched the awards 
ceremony. 

Capping the evening was the announce- 
ment of Dean Hastings as the Person of 
the Year, presented by Mrs. Janet Kirs- 
chenmann (wife of former Dean Kirs- 
chenmann who was unable to attend to 
give this award). 

Many awards were given, and are com- 
pletely printed on page 57. 




Clockwise, from top left: Dean Hastings being 
congratulated by Mrs. Kirschenmann; Joe 
Eckert, winner of the faculty achievement 
award; Dr. Gawne, co-winner of Administrati- 
ve/Support Service Staff Achievement Award; 
Nurse Grela, the other co-winner; Frank 
White, winner of the MGB special award; 
Mary DiNallo, winner of both the Science 
Award, and the Secondary Education Award. 





Top, left to right, Elizabeth Bartis, Psychology Award winner; Greg Little, Fine Arts Award 
winner; Jim Kirk, Performing Arts Student and Communication Award winner. At right: Barbara 
Wickham, Early Childhood Education Award winner. Below right: Steve Majsak, Alternatives 
Scholarship winner. 



Award Winners 



Nursing Student Award Susan Karp 

Psychology Award Elizabeth Bartis 

Elementary Education Jeanne Turner 

Secondary Education Mary DiNallo 

Moderate Special Needs Laurie Bennett 

Early Childhood Ed Barbara Wickham 

Science Division Award Mary DiNallo 

Communication Award J™ Kirk 

Broadcasting Award Rick Bengtson 

Fine Arts Award Greg Little 

Management Award, Sr Chan Donovanik 

Management Award, Jr Bill Round 

Wall St. Journal Award Jeff Tarleton 

Political and Historical Studies Award Peter PauUi 

English Award Gladys Heitin 

Alternatives Scholarship Steve Majsak 

Performing Arts Student Jim Kirk 

Senate Awards Mark Carter, Karen Hunter 

Barbara F. Pettingill Award Jeanne Turner 

Outstanding Male Commuter Student Richard Shepard 

Outstanding Female Commuter Student EUie Carabello 

Outstanding Female Resident Student Joanne Roderiques 

Outstanding Male Resident Student Jeb Killion 

WSGA Special Award Tish O'Connell 

MGB Special Award Frank White 

Administrative/Support Service Staff Achievement Award ... Dr. Gawne, Mrs. Grela 

Faculty Achievement Award Prof. Joe Eckert 

Person of the Year Dean Hastings 

Invocation given by Prof. Russell Pregeant 
Master of Ceremonies: Dean Richard Mantz 
Greetings and Concluding Remarks: Joanne Roderiques 

Induction of Alexander Graham Bell Society Members: Donna Neri, Steve Majsak, Betsy 
Price, Bill Round, Dick Stowell. 




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On April 13 the Curry community enjoyed 
the second annual All College Celebration. 
Once again, we went to a crowded, full bar 
happy hour in room 1 19, and then down to a 
good dinner at the cafeteria. The highlight 
of the day was when Senate President 
Round presented Curry President John 
Hafer with a document for the outgoing 
President to keep as a historical souveneir. 



At right, celebration committee chairpersons Bunny Aronson 

and Dave Transom confer. Below: President Hafer (with his 

wife) holds up the Resolution presented to him by Senate 

President Bill Round. The Resolution was the original 

proclamation by President Hafer establishing the Student 

Senate. 






Interna tional Night 



On April 1 5 the an- 
nual International 
Night unfurled once 
again in room 119. 
The night featured 
the exotic dishes of 
foreign lands, for- 
eign dances and rit- 
uals, and a modern 
disco dance. One of 
the best cultural 
events on campus 
every year, it is put 
on by the Interna- 
tional Club. 



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The Men's Governing Board put together a fantastic array of events which they 
called "The Olympics". The events included tug of war, Softball, volleyball, 
beer, more beer, and other events such as foot races. Everyone had a real blast, 
including all those folks who got all muddied up in the tug of war! A great way 
to help wrap up the year. 



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History is something to be remembered, for it is said that man will repeat his mistakes if he doesn 
remember his previous errors. But more than that it is fun to remember past events, and past people i 
your environment. It is also said that you grow old if you cannot remember things that you did or were pa 
of when you were young. So, for that sake, for the sake of recalling past events The Curryer herein presen 
some flashes from the past years: 




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Currier-Times Editors: fall John Dale, spring Mark Snyder. 

Student Senate hassles with Norman Shink over ITAC budget o,Yer-rui)|..,,, 

The first Sexuality Seminars heavily attended. 

Coach James Brown appointed hockey coach. Team is 10-4. 

Football team leads conference for six weeks-lose title game to Nichols 14-9, finish season on a downswing 

at 5-3-1. 
Homecoming held at Parker Dunfey House, Donna Nuzzo is the queen. Spring weekend held at Blue Hills 

Country Club. 
Dave O'Malley replaces Joe Tenuta as Senate President. 
iGeorge M! 

sWho is Alan Apathy? a 

Dan Shaw first, and George Gardner later sign pro football contracts. 
Dr. Keighton is man of the year. 
Curt Gowdy receives honorary degree. 

Scott Zinburg (fall), Tom Kelso (spring) run the Social Committee. 
Pat Sheridan is new Era Award winner. 

Tom Fraiola dies in tragic car accident just before graduation. 

Class of 1978 headed by Bill Hunter. Student Senators are Lloyd Kaplan, Jeff Tarleton, and Greg Little. 
Winter Weekend with the Shittons. 





FOCA holds first social function on Jan. 16. 

Homecoming is held at Anthony's Pier 4, Pam Pratt is queen. 

Spring Weekend at Blue Hills Country Club. 

Nurses commence experience at Curry. 

Class of '78 inaugurates horseracing! 

Concerts: Gunhill Rd. and Musica Orbus. 

O'Malley resigns as Senate President in fall, replaced by Steve McNeill. Jeff Tarleton takes over in spring. 

A fee for (25^) refreshments at social events begins. 

Student Senate tangles with Goldrick and Stephens. 

Colonels are 0-8 in football. 

Pool is built during summer before Sept 1975. 

Jim Brown follows Mark Snyder as Currier-Times Editor. Brown later resigns under Senate fire and Gretchen Baker takes over. 

Curry student government helps raise money to enable Milton fire department to buy Jaws of Life. 

Ma Pett retires as Assistant to the Dean of Student Life. 

Commencement features Tip O'Neill and John Updike. 

Soccer has a shaky start. 

Tom Kelso (fall) and Nancee Chalifour (spring) run Social Committee. 

Randy Kohlenberger is Editor of yearbook. ^^ 

Dave Johnson is new basketball coach, replacing Dave Hussey, but lasts just one season. ^/ i^"' 

Chris Neale is New Era Award winner. 

Class of '78 lead by Pres. Joanne Roderiques, VP Bob Smith, Ruth Lucas is treasurer, Deb Caudle is sec; Senators: O'Connor, Durkin, 

Goldmeier. 
Plays: "otis Vs. Hutchinson", "Antigone", "South Pacific". 
Mrs. Pettingill (Ma Pett) is person of the year. 

1976-77 

Homecoming at South Shore Country Club, Nancee Chalifour is queen. 

Spring Weekend at Shaefer Stadium, Stadium Club. 

Colonels break losing streak that existed over three seasons, finish strong at 5-4. (football) 

Kevin O'Connor succeeds Jeff Tarleton as Senate President. 

Musica Orbus in concert. 

Dean Capalbo and Dean Kirschenmann both resign. 

Commencement features Cleveland Amory and Kevin Harrington. 

Kark Fogel takes over basketball team and leads team to respectability. Team is 9-15. 

Soccer continues its shaky existence. 

Nancee Chalifour (fall), Jeff Tarleton/ Kathy Sexton (spring) head the Social Committee. 

Ruth Burack is yearbook editor. 

Plays: "Streetcar Named Desire", "Carnival", "Arsenic and Old Lace". 

James Mapes, ESP and Hypnosis. 

Jeff Lowe is New Era Award winner. 

Dean Kirschenmann is man of the year. 

Class of 78 lead by Pres. Roderiques, VP Sheila Holt, Sec. Jeanne Turner, Treas. Ruth Lucas, senators Abedon, Barrows, O'Connell. 

Tennis is 5-2-1, Baseball is 9-11, hockey is 8-12-1, girls basketball is 8-7. 

Howard Johnsons on 138 burns. 

All college celebration a big hit. 

WSGA body beautiful contest. 

MGB sponsores first gong show, with "Mick Jagger" Lawrence winning. 

Bill Baird debates Dr. Mildred Jefferson. 

Pres. Hafer to become chancellor; new President sought. 

1977-78 



New football scoreboard. 

Homecoming at Hillcrest, Mary Coleman is queen. 

President Kevin O'Connor resigns from Senate, EUie Carabello completes term. Bill Round elected for spring. 

James Montgomery in concert. 

Barry Jackson, Phd. is named new Dean of Student Life. 

Ned Hastings named acting Dean of Academics. 

Soccer lasts through another year, and then is established as a varsity sport for men and womei^ 

James Mapes returns. 

Class of '78 lead by Pres. Roderiques, VP Holt, Sec. Turner, and Treas. Rick Meers. 

NRs (No Records) go the way of parietal rules years before you can now fiunk a| 




Dr. William L. Boyle, Jr. 
March 22, 1978 Named Curry's 12th President 




Board of Trustees Chairman Dress- 
er makes the historic announcement 




and all attention falls on the President-designate. 




Dr. Boyle 
makes his 
first Curry 
speech, left 
and right. 








On March 22 the result of a year long search for a new President was 
announced. Dr. Boyle, 44, President of Keuka College in New York, had 
been unanimously elected to the position, effective July 1. 

Dr. Boyle is succeeding Dr. John S. Hafer, President since 1965. Dr. Hafer 
is moving to the new position of Chancellor. 

Members of the Presidential Search Committee included Seniors Gretchen 
Baker, Joanne Roderiques, Kevin O'Connor; along with Ned Hastings, 
Fran Kohak, Bruce Steinberg, alumni Allan DesRosiers and Greg Galvin, 
and trustees Dresser, Herb Greif. Richard Kelley, and Dr. Richard Lord. 



Dr. Hafer, the Curry President most responsible for what Curry is today, was given a standing ovation by the^ 
enthused crowd in room 119. 





After the announcement a reception was held in the Par- 
ent's Lounge to enable us to meet with Dr. Boyle. 



He promised in his 
first Curry speech that 
"I can't walk on wa- 
ter". Maybe he can't, 
but the betting is that 
he sure better be a 
good swimmer! 



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Where Have All Our Classmates Gone 



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Maybe you're a narc, maybe you're an alco- 
holic, or maybe you just have a social drink. 
Maybe you feel that what you do is your 
business; that we all have tangents and de- 
serve to go off on them. 



Stop, look. What do we 
see, everyday? Booze, 
pot, Valium, black 
beauties, THC, speed, 
etc. What do you see? 
When will YOU stop 
and help someone who 
doesn't know when to 
stop putting a poison in 
his/her belly? When 
will you stop putting it 
in your belly? Do you 






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At right. Maintenance and Mr. & Mrs. Eddy reside in the Carriage House 





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on left page: top: Main House & Learning Center, middle: North Hall On this page, top 156 House and Women's Honors, below: Kennedy 
(Men's Honors) and the Levin Library, bottom: the North Academic Academic Center and Milton Hall, bottom: Lombard Hall and State 
Center, renamed the John S. Hafer Academic Center. House. 




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Front: Heidi Webb, Jon Abedon, Fall President EUie Carabello, Karen Hunter, Mark Carter. Back: Dave Transom, Spring President 
Bill Round, Tish O'Connell, Bill Boynton, Terry Sambuchi, Scot Wilson, Judy Pacheco, Dave Barrows, Randy Felice. Missing: John 
Hines, Dick Stowell, Steve Majsak, Jeff Epstein, Don Reilly, John Hesslein, JJ Mirallegro, Colleen Hanley, Kevin O'Connor, Ellie 
Levine, Steve lorio, Bob Sloan. 

The Student Senate controls the entire student body via student voices on College committees, and more 
importantly by controlling the application of the student activity fees. 

The 15th Senate was lead by Ellie Carabello after Kevin O'Connor resigned early in the fall. The ISth's legacy 
includes most importantly its passing into "law" the Calendar and Programming Board, as an alternative to the 
Social Committee versus Fine Arts junket of the past. The C&P Board will enable future Curry generations of 
students to enjoy more wide-spread cultural events, more sophistication, more enjoyable-educational entertain- 
ment, with less booze-first-all-else-second bashes and dances. 

The 16th Senate was headed by Bill Round. Besides fine tuning the Calendar and Programming Board, they too 
left a legacy of their own. They elected to have short terms and replace themselves with a new form of student 
government: The SGA, or Student Government Association. This will become a more wide spread government, 
encompassing all the other important organizations within. While not all students think that this spells the end 
for WSGA and MGB; it undoubtably should, for it is the most logical and simplest form of government for a 
campus the size of Curry. 

Both Senates were lead by gutsy, foot-first, intelligent leaders who believe that the Senate has got to stand on its 
own feet and be heard (although the Administration hardly listens, and the Senate constituents don't care!). 

Ellie Carabello was also the first woman President! 

Both Senates also strived to creatively control the 
Student Activity Fee in order to prevent waste, and 
best spread the money between many groups on 
campus, and also to encourage student activity by 
use of the SIP (Student Incentive Program) match- 
ing money. 




Shown at a typical financial budget meeting, Fall Treasurer 
Mark Carter discusses budget allotments. 



Centennial Events 
Committee 








The group that is planning the major events for the 100 year celebration 
of Curry College met throughout the 1977-78 year to begin preparations. 
Included in the committee are students Kathy Sexton and Heidi Webb, 
along with members of the administration and faculty: President Hafer, 
Randy Kupferberg (Chairman), Fran Wildeboor, Warren Bazirgan, 
Alan Anderson, Ann Burnaby, Mr. Durk (of the Parents Association) 
and Don McNeil. 



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Lawyers Club 




Clockwise, Barbara Guzik, Frank Wheeler, Colleen Hanley, Bruce McEntee, Paul Turner, Bill 
Alley, J.J. Mirallegro (Pres.). Missing; Jon Beatty, Bill Boynton, Sue Gosselin. 



The future Perry Masons of 
America or, otherwise 
known as, the Lawyers Club 
was formed this year to 
serve the needs of those stu- 
dents expressing interests in 
the field of law. Guest 
speakers, such as Dr. Ches- 
ter Webb, Esquire, were of- 
ten featured at weekly meet- 
ings. 



Food Committee 



Phil, Bunny, Cindy Smith, Dave Transom. 



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The Food Committee led 
by Phil Zur and Bunny 
Aronson put in many 
thankless hours working 
closely with cafeteria 
manager John Johnson to 
provide the students with 
well-balanced meals. As 
everyone knows it is im- 
possible to please every- 
one and the cafeteria was 
not to be an exception. 
The ever famous Ham 
Hocks were just a tasting 
of the delicacies we were 
to enjoy. The constant 
complaints of this 
"!*#!s " and "please cook 
this", "don't cook that", 
''this has too 

much " were none- 

the-less taken account of 
by the committee. Keep 
up the good work! 




Commuters 
Council 



The Commuters Council is the 
governing board for non-resi- 
dent students. Its members are 
elected to serve as liaison with 
the College community. The 
commuting students are gain- 
ing more and more recognition 
at Curry as they continue to 
assume leadership roles and 
become active members in 
many organizations. The Com- 
muters Council also sponsors 
events of interest for both the 
resident and non-resident stu- 
dents at Curry. The emergence 
of Curry newcomer Richard 
Shepherd to lead the organiza- 
tion heralds brighter days for 
the commuters. 



Front: Andre Pare (VP), Richard Shepherd (Pres). 2nd: Trish Lynch (Treas.), Karen Tirone (Sec), 
Susan Sullivan, Paula Peterson. 3rd: Mark Lespasio, Michael Sullivan, Theresa Brown, Ken Mel- 
chin, James Zuis. 



Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society 




Mary DiNallo, 
Rich Stowell, 
Donna Neri, 
Bill Round, 
Jeanne Turner, 
Steve Majsak, 
Joanne Roder- 
iques. Rick 
Bengtson. 
Missing: Betsy 
Price. 




DAVE BARROWS 

Senior 

Psychology major 

Commuter's Council 

Currier-Times staff member 

Student Senate 

Motorcycle Club 

Curry College Program of Assistance 

in Learning 
Soccer Club 





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RICK BENGTSON 

Senior 

Communications major 
WMLN: chief engineer '75 

station manager 76-77 

general manager 77-78 
Student Security Coordinator 77-78 
Media Center Coordinator 76-77 
Section Editor Curryer Yearbook 
Currier-Times 

Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society 
Public Address announcer (Curry football '76, '77) 
Dean's List every semester 
Intramural basketball, softball 
Internship WRKO Boston 
Resident Advisor 
Social Committee 
Peer Teacher CAS course 
Taught course in radio at Newton High 



Senior 

Psychology major 

President's Advisory Council 

WSGA 

Student Senate: Junior rep 

Vice President 
President 
Women's Honor House resident 
Dean's List 

Tutor for high school students 
Peer tutor for Spanish class 
Student assistant in Library 

Academic Dean's Office 

Dean of Counseling Office 
Independent study: investigation and evaluation of housing for the urban poor, and in 
counseling at Norwell High School 




GREG LITTLE 

Senior 

Fine Arts major 

Student Senate 

Men's Dorm Council 

ITAC 

Minority Student Advisor 

Social Committee 

Black Student Union-Advisor, Vice President 

International Club 

Currier-Times 

Food Committee 

Yearbook 

Dean's List 

Black Cultural Weekend Chairman 

Radio Station 

Tennis team 

All College conference committee 

Peer teacher-dance 



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MICHAEL O'SULLIVAN 

Senior 

Elementary Education major 

Commuter's Council: V.P. 74-75 
President 
75-76 

Most Outstanding Male 
Commuter award, 2 years 

Social Committee 




RUTH LUCAS 

Senior 

CAS and English major 

WSGA-Vice President 

Senate-VP and class rep 

Freshman, sophomore, junior class treasurer 

WMLN-AM-general manager 

WMLN-FM-News Director, Promotions director 

Women's Soccer Team 

Curryer Yearbook 

Currier-Times 

Curry Arts Journal 




Senior 

Psychology and Sociology major 

Curryer yearbook section editor 

Curry Arts Journal Editor 

Secretary-Freshman class 

President-Soph, Jr, Sr classes 

Student Senate 

Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society 

Presidential Search Committee 

Resident Advisor 

House Director 

'76, '77 Homecoming Court 

Dean's List 

Honorary Degree Committee '78 

College Committee on retention 

Freshman Orientation Committee 

ITAC 



KATHERINE SEXTON 



JEFFERY L. TARLETON 



Junior 

Psychology major 

WSGA 

Cheerleading captain 

Social Committee Co-Director 

Resident Advisor 

Currier-Times Correspondence 

Director 
Student Co-Chairperson annual 

telethon 
Centennial events committee 
Cheerleading Leadership Award 
Development Council 
Admissions Office Dept. 



Senior 

Management major 
Student Senate: President 

Vice-President 
Senator 
Social Committee Co-Director 
Varsity football 
Peer teacher-Economics 
Currier-Times Business Manager 
Resident Advisor 
Honors House Coordinator 
Security Guard 
Dean's List 
Management Student of the 

Year; Junior 
Honorary Degree Committee 
Mens Dormitory Council 
President's Committee on 

College Life 
President's Advisory Board 
Intramural softball, basketball 
Curryer Yearbook: Editor-in- 
chief 
Section 
Editor 




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JEANNE TURNER 

Senior 

Education major 

WSGA 

Secretary: Junior, Senior classes 

Food committee chairperson 

Student Senate Recording Secretary 

Dean's List 

Honorary Degree Committee 

Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society 

Resident Advisor 

House Director 

Curryer yearbook section editor 



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HEIDI-RACHEL WEBB 

Junior 

Psychology major 

Dean's List 

Student Service Center: President 

Vice-President 
Currier Times Assistant Editor 
Student Senate 
WSGA 

Admissions Committee 
Centennial Events Committee 
Cheerleader 
Member of jazz, classical, and rock musical ensembles 






Left to right: Scheur, Horn, Mayo, Goldman, Trotsky, Denihan, 

Weiss, Herling, Kaschuluk, Kaunfer, Russo, Perez, Johnson, 

Melchin, Rich, Cember, Lorenz, McEntee, Blakeslee, 

Hemenway, Tomasello, Donelan, Newton, Schultz, Prof. Frank, 

Mahoney, Poison, Bengtson, Alley. 

The 1977-78 broadcasting year at WMLN-FM was to be one of 
transition. With the addition of Alan H. Frank as Director of radio 
came many new ideas in programming and WMLN took on new 
goals and responsibilities. Programs such as "Moondial", "The 
April Fools Day Special", "Sounds of the Big Bands", "Target", 
"Classics 91", and the first on the road broadcast of Curry football 
will be remembered as new innovations. Once again, WMLN has 
helped prepare students at Curry for careers in broadcasting while 
providing the College and the community with all the best in enter- 
tainment, news and sports. 



Senior members at WMLN: Peter Horn, Chief Engineer and Station 

Manager Mike Mahoney, Sportscaster Bob Tomasello, Sports Director 

Mark 'Simba' Cember, General Manager Rick Bengtson. 









SPRING - SUMMER 1978 


WMLN PROGRAM GUIDE 






Mon. 


Tucs. Wed. Tliiirs. Fri. 


Sat. * 


8 - 10 
AM 


SUNRISE SERENADE 


1 
Public Aflairs 

Come Saiuiduy 

Moriunj: 


10 -12 
AM 

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CLASSIC 91 


1 

12 - 1 
PM 


Radio 
Memo 


NEW 


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Fan News 
Speakout Forum 


Radio 
Memo 


Radio Radio 
Memo Memo 


1 - 3 
PM 


MELLOW 91 


Mellow 
91 


3 - 6 
PM 


ROCK 91 


Rock 
91 


6 - 6:30 
PM 


NEWS 




6:30 - 

7:30 

PM 


Moondial 


Round table 

Country 
Gold 


Sports 

Forum 
Target 


Round table 

Radio 
Memo 


Breakaway 

Classroom 
Feedback 


Radio 
Memo 
Rock Files 


7:30 - 10:00 
PM 


All That 
Jazz 


Country 
Comfort 


T. B. A. 


Rock Files 


T. G. 1. F. 


Discowax 

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The local tabloid here at Curry is known as The Currier-Times; 
the student run newspaper. Through the media of print journalism 
the "Times" strives to provide the students with all the latest 
news, sports, and special events. The Currier-Times made its own 
headline this year with the first semester resignation of Editor 
Jordan Rich. Undaunted by this situation, the "Times" pressed 
onwards. Involvement with the newspaper offers students a cre- 
ative outlet and acts as a developing and proving ground for those 
interested in journalism. 



Top, Foster, Abedon, Karen Hunter (Co-Editor), John DeJesu 
(Co-Editor), Pauley, Galanis. Middle, Majsak, Wetz, McEntee, 
Levenson, Gillen, Perlmutter Below, Turner, Beatty, Holbrook. 
Missing: Gretchen Baker, Jordan Rich, Steve Lederman, Jeff 
Tarleton. 






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top row: Rick Poison, Ross Burbank, John Scott, Tim Johnson, Jim O'Hara, Phil Zur, 
Whitney Hatch, Mark Carter, Bill Boynton, Rick Young. Bottom row: Don Reilly, Everett 
Levenson, Jon Beatty, Dave Moore. 



A blood drive, the now annual "Gong 

Show", and the end of the year 

"Olympics" were among the major 

accomplishments of 1977-78 by the 

Mens Governing Board. The MGB 

exists to help alleviate problems 

encountered by the male species, but 

in the process helps create events that 

the entire College community enjoy. 




Treasurer Mark Carter, Vice President Bill Boynton, President Rick Young, 
Recording Secretary Jim O'Hara, Corresponding Secretary Everett Levenson. 




Old WSGA: Front: Colleen Hanley, Marilyn Stig- 
litz, Ellen Williams, Barb Wickham, Laurie Jenks. 
Rear: Ruth Lucas, Jane Furey, Tish O'Connell, 
Bunny Aronson, EUie Festner, Pat Kirchdorfer, Sue 
Meagher, Jane Woodman. Underneath: Ruth Lu- 
cas (Vice-President), Colleen Hanley (Secretary), 
Jane Furey (Treasurer), Tish O'Connell (Presi- 
dent). 



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The Womens Self Governing Association underwent a change 
this year as it took on a new executive board . . . and a new 
name. The old WSGA has given away to become the Womens 
Council at Curry. The Council was evolved to better serve the 
needs of all female students of Curry, not primarily the resident 
females as before. 





WCAC Executive Board: Laurie Jenks (Secre- 
tary), Colleen Hanley (Vice President), Jane 
Furey (President), Marilyn Stiglitz, (Treasurer). 



The WCAC Roster: Kim Silver, 
Carol Lemos, Jane Woodman, 
Barbara Slyman, Sandra Imhoff, 
Jeannette Ruo, Barbara Guzik, 
Susan Garvey, Ceci Blakeslee. 





The Loose Caboose Directors: Karl Kildahl, Donna Neri, Trish McNeill, Rick Padula. Missing: Norm Hopping. 

Under the guise of the Student Activity Building, The Loose Caboose, or just simply. The Pub, is probably 
the mainstay of Curry social life. These dedicated people on this page, who dispense "a bit of the brew", 
probably would put the A. A. in shock if they knew the amount of brew served. The Pub provides the 
community (and not always just the Curry community, alas) with an outlet for students to release anxieties 
from the stress and strain of schoolwork. On any particular Thursday night you'll find the Pub bustling and 
brewing as students warm up for the weekend. Students can go and enjoy a relaxing game of pool, or test 
their skills with fooseball, ping pong, or pinball .... or just grab a chair and a glassfull, or two glassfulls, 
... or three, .... or four . . . Hie! 



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Marty Silsby, Linda Brain, Maureen Durkin 



Dave Berthaiume, Joe Kelly, Matt Paul, Bob Smith, Pat Race, Drew 
Pragliola, Bob Sloan. 

Missing: Mike Varasso, Bob Clarke, Steve Matthews, Nancy Rowland, 
Pat Lombreglia, Steve Farina, Barbara Mayo, Mark Burack, Janet 
Feeney, Lisa Zamfino, Marilyn Stiglitz, Trevor Messiah, Joelyn Harden, 
Carmel Archambault. 




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Top row: Joelyn Harden, Vicki Stone, Capt. Sandy Daniels, Ann Seymour. Below: Jenny Nilsen, Cheryl Newton, 
Capt. Terry Sambuchi, Kathy May. 

Curry's high stepping Cheerleaders gave us something to cheer about this year. Spurred on by the football season the 
girls brought their spirit to the varsity basketball team . . . and the crowd. 

The girls brought along Curry spirit as they ventured along with both football and basketball teams to exotic far away 
places. To the Cheerleaders, for a job well done! 



Also a cheerleader was Kathy O'Donnell, shown below 




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Fall co-chairpersons Kathy Sexton and Jeff Tarleton 



The Social Committee once again put on a variety of social activities for the College 
community. Jeff Tarleton and Kathy Sexton co-chaired the committee the first semes- 
ter and put on James Mapes, 
Homecoming, James Mont- 
gomery, dances, the Hallow- 
een night (tarot card readers, 
hypnotists, etc.), and a host of 
other events. 



Clockwise from left 
Baker, Bob Sloan, 
checo, Mike Mahoney, Rick 
Bengtson, John Henningson, 
Joe Kennedy. Missing: Jeanne 
Turner. 
The second semester was one of transition as the Social Committee gave way to the 
Programming Board concept that will begin in fall '78. In the transitionary period 
lO^Tom Campbell and Kenny Vaccaro put on dances. Rick Bengtson and Mike Ma- 
honey put on movies, and Kathy Sexton and Bill Boynton produced Spring Weekend. 






Top, Jeb KiUion, Ken Vaccaro, Bill Boyn- 
ton 2nd row Everett Levenson, Tom 
Campbell, Jocl>n Harden, Heidi Webb 




3rd row: Karl Kildahl, 
Elise Mittleman. Bot- 
tom: Pat Kirchdorfer 
and Jack Indiveri. Miss- 
ing: Rick Meers, Tom 
Hassard, Jim Kelly. 



sports 




1st Row, Hilton, Padula, Clarke, Kitterman, Hackey, Ellis, Panaro, Foley, Lucchetti, Rose, Forbes, King. 2nd 
Row, Coach Browne, Berthiaume, Arena, Monterio, Scollins, McGinnity, Henningson, Tri-Capt. Grosvenor, Tri- 
Capt. Shadduck, Tri-Capt. Mills, Noonan, Matthews, Alcott, Smith, Pond. 3rd Row, Coach White, Leach, 
Quinn, Weaver, Gerbatavich, Roast, Ricciardelli, Santuccio, Avitable, Varrasso, Race, Moroney, Coach Ste- 
phens, Coach Beatrice, Coach Connelly. 4th Row, Gaud, Hannigan, Yanchewski, Wilcott, Faulkner, Cutaia, 
Pappas, Taylor, Gobbi, Hamlet, Christopher, LaConte, Rumley, Missing: Coppola. 



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Curry 


7 


Curry 


7 


Curry 


7 


Curry 


14 


Curry 


13 


Curry 


21 


Curry 


8 


Curry 


9 



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Mass. Maritime 


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Framingham St. 


10 


Maine Maritime 





New Haven 


19 


Bridgewater St. 


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This year's football team had a respectable five wins and four losses, equalling their record for the previous year. They finished strong, winning 
four of the last five games. 

The offense featured a devastating passing attack lead by freshmen Steve Leach and Bill Rumley. They combined for 1444 yards^ with most of 
it coming from Rumley, who started for Leach after his injury. Catching most of the aerials were Brian Forbes (33 catches, 3 TDs) and senior 
Mike Coppola (30 catches, 504 yards). Voted as outstanding lineman was Pat Race, whom with senior John Hennmgson and Steve Matthews 
formed the interior offensive line; which had a very good year. 

Sophomore tackle Dave Berthiaume, sophomore linebacker Rick Padula, and senior linebacker Don Grosvenor all had tremendous years while 
leading the Colonel defense, one of the best in division III football. Padula lead the team in total tackles for the second consecutive year and 
Grosvenor lead the team in quarterback sacks. Also helping the defense limit the opposition to just 74 points all season were defensive backs 
Mark Moroney, Bob Rose, and Jerry Santuccio. 

The Colonels placed two players on the All-New England Conference Football Team: senior tackle Fran Mills, and quarterback Rumley. 




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Back Row: K. Goodman, M. Holmes, R. Holtzman, B. Connors, T. Keresey, T. McNeil, J. Connolly. Front Row: Coach Kaufman, K. 
May, D. Burke, R. Lucas, C. Cronan. Missing: S. Jones, C. Blanch. 




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High spirits helped to keep the Women's Soccer Team 
together. The twelve optimistic girls participated in an 
organized schedule under Coaches Kaufman and Wil- 
liams. Although the girls had a winless season it 
helped to open up opportunities for women in sports. 

The highlight of the season was the final game of the 
year against Tuft's University. Although the women 
played in the rain, the weather did little to dampen 
their spirits. Cathy Cronan and Ruth Holzman were 
the team's leading scorers. 



Curry 





Tufts 


3 


Curry 





Brown 


6 


Curry 


1 


Wellesley H.S. (J.V.) 


5 


Curry 


1 


U.N.H. 


10 


Curry 


1 


Stonehill 


4 


Curry 


1 


Harvard 


10 


Curry 





Tufts 


3 




Front Row: M. Mahoney, M. Bernstein, S. Wilson, J. Scheuer, F. Macary, J. Levine, P. Paulli (capt.), J. Henel, T. Green (capt.). 
Middle Row: J. Odumosu, C. Donavanik, S. lorio, A. Arief, H. Freedman, B. Tinner, K. Burkowitz, D. Carey, S. Fearing, Coach 
Williams, T. Messiah (capt.). Top Row: Coach Kaufman, D. Levitan, S. Allan, B. Round, D. Weinstein, J. Weaver, R. Hordes, P. 
VanAden, R. Sewingher. 



The coaching of Jim Kaufman and Chris Williams 
helped to make this year's soccer team the most 
successful one in its four years of existence. The 
team, which finished 3-9, enjoyed their first win 
over Lowell's J.V. 2-0. Joy Odumosu was the 
team's leading scorer with five goals. Frank Ma- 
cary and Jeff Levine shared the goaltending du- 
ties. 

Enthusiasm of the participants and students alike 
helped to make this season a more prosperous one. 
Seniors Scot Wilson, Peter Paulli, Chan Dono- 
vanik, and Trevor Messiah will be missed next 
year for their leadership and efforts. This year's 
season was so successful that beginning in fall 
1978 mens and womens soccer will be varsity 
sports. 









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Mass. Maritime 


5 


Curry 





Brandeis J.V. 


8 


Curry 





Tufts J.V. 


8 


Curry 





Gordon J.V. 


5 


Curry 





Boston Univ. J.V. 


3 


Curry 


2 


Framingham St. 


8 


Curry 


2 


Lowell J.V. 





Curry 


1 


Emerson 





Curry 


1 


Milton Academy 





Curry 





Babson J.V. 


6 


Curry 


1 


Northeastern 


4 


Curry 





Boston College J.V. 


3 








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Marty Silsby, Pat Clcary. Gigi 
Orlando, Janet Torres (Capt.), 
Laura Daley, Linda Brain, Ja- 
net Fcency. kneeling is Nora 
Smith, missing: Libby Kings- 
bury, Julie Bates, Debbie 
French, Coaches Mike Browne 
and Jim Shanahan. 



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The ice hockey team had a poor season this 
year posting a 3-11-1 record. Their high point 
came at the close of the season when they won 
two of the last three games. The season was not 
a complete loss however, because when you 
look at the scores of the games most of the 
losses were close losses. 

From the goal position Steve McLean lead the 
team by his veteran leadership, and had it not 
been for his great skills in the crease the games 
would not have been close. Bob Hutchinson 
lead the team in goals (11) and tied for the lead 
for assists (12) with Vic Pacella. 



The Stats: 








Name 


goals 


assists 


total 


Hutchinson 


11 


12 


points 

23 


Pacella 


7 


12 


19 


Birchall 


8 


9 


17 


Balletto 


6 


9 


15 


Meade 


7 


4 


11 


Campo 
Morgan 
Macary 
Dooley 
W. Keats 


5 
1 
1 

3 


3 
4 
4 
5 
1 


8 
5 
5 
5 
4 


Hamilton 


2 


2 


4 


O'Connor 





3 


3 


Connolly 

Kelley 

McLean 







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2 
2 


2 
2 
2 


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76 


127 


118 











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St. Francis 


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Nichols 


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Curry 


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Mass. Maritime 


13 


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Curry 


3 
5 


SMU 

Assumption 


4 

7 






Curry 


2 


Hawthorne 


7 








Curry 


2 


Assumption 


4 








Curry 


4 


Clark 


5 








Curry 


1 


Mass. Maritime 


7 






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Curry 


4 


New Hampshire 


4 








Curry 


5 


St. Francis 


7 








Curry 


2 


SMU 


8 








Curry 


6 


Hawthorne 


5 








Curry 


7 


Clark 


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Curry 4 Franklin Pierce 8 

Curry 4 Franklin Pierce 9 

Curry 3 Barrington 6 

Curry 2 Franklin Pierce 12 

Curry 5 Western New England 16 

Curry 1 Western New England 4 

Curry 7 New Hampshire College 1 

Curry 7 New England College 10 

Curry 2 Nichols 24 

Curry Nichols 12 

Curry 4 Hawthorne 8 

Curry 2 New Hampshire 7 

Curry 1 Bridgewater State 9 
Note: some scores missing, we apolo- 
gize! 



The baseball team had a very poor season, win- 
ning five out of sixteen games. For Coach Valle- 
ly, it was only his third losing season in thirty 
years as coach. 

The Colonels had four regulars who hit over 
.300. Senior Larry Rosoff led the squad with a 
.385 average. Bob Clarke hit .353, and freshman 
Rob Senna hit .364. Nick Ricciardelli led the 
team with hits, batting .326. 

Senior Bob Smith led a much hit mound corps, 
compiling a 2-0 record with a 4.50 earned run 
average. Bob also hit .357 in limited action as an 
outfielder. 

Norm Hopping led the team in innings pitched 
(20) and combined with Smith (18 innings). 
Senna (14.1), Ricciardelli (20 also) and Harring- 
ton (10.2) to do most of the pitching. Smith won 
two games, Ricciardelli won one, and the other 
two wins were by forfeit. 

Hitting wise the Colonels had a good year, as 
usual. Hopping and Foley had home runs, and 
Foley tied with Clarke, and Senna for most dou- 
bles (3 each). But nine men had averages over 
.300: Nick Ricciardelli, Silk, Clarke, Smith, 
Senna, Rosoff, Galanis, Bright, and Brian 
Forbes. As a team the Colonels hit .280 with a 
slugging percentage of .360. 129 





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E. Nazarene 

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Worcester St 

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E. Nazarene 

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New England 

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Tufts 

Mass Maritime 

Bridgcwater St. 

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Front: Captain Joe Keaney, Charlie Dane, Al Taylor, Steve 

Connolly. Back: Head Coach Karl Fogei, Joe Kelly, Jim 

Geronaitis, Mayfield Holliday, Gerry Scott, Roger Aubrey, Steve 

Glennon, Assistant Coach Don Doucette. At right: Seniors Joe 

Kelly & Joe Keaney. 



The Colonels basketball team had a good year, winning thirteen of 
the twentyfour games they played. The highlights of the season 
included: perfect home record until almost the end of the season, 
winning the last two to have a winning record, being highly ranked 
for Division III basketball early in the year, and Captain Joe 
Keaney 's whole season. 

Highlights of the seasons statistics were like this: Keaney, Connol- 
ly, Kelly, Dane, Taylor all tied for most games, 24. Keaney, most 
field goal attempts, 455. Keaney, most field goals made, 203, 
Holliday, field goal percentage, .596 (187 out of 314). Keaney, 
free throws attempted, 137, also most free throws made 103 (.752 
percentage). Highest free throw percentage, Holliday, .806. Most 
points: Keaney 509, Holliday 457. Highest point average: Holli- 
day 22.8, Keaney 21.2. High score for a game, Keaney 35, Holli- 
day 34, Scott 22, Connolly 21, Kelly 16. Rebounds: Holliday 263, 
Keaney 169, Kelly 134, Scott 101. Average rebounds: Holliday 
13.2, Keaney 7. Steals: Keaney, 80, Connolly 76. Average steals: 
Keaney 3.3, Connolly 3.2. Assists: Keaney 165, Dane 150, Connol- 
ly 85, Taylor 63. Average assists: Keaney 6.9, Dane 6.2. Disquali- 
fied: Keaney 8, Connolly 5, Holliday, Kelly, Geronaitis 3 each. 

The Colonels enjoyed particularly good seasons from Keaney, Joe 
Kelly, Mayfield Holliday, and Char lie Dane. Gerry Scott and Jim 
Geronaitis were sharp freshmen that are counted on to fill the void 
left by Seniors Kelly and Keaney. The Colonels will be strong in 
the future with the return of Holliday, Scott, Geronaitis, Connolly, 
Dane, and Al Taylor. 





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Joe Keaney did not play bas- 
ketball at Curry for four years 
(Curry's loss) because he trans- 
fered in his junior year (Curry's 
gain). During his two year play- 
ing career at Curry he set a 
Division III record for scoring 
1,000 points over a two year 
span. He thrilled the usually 
sparse Curry crowds (which 
grew as the teams reputation 
got better) and made quite a 
reputation as a basketball play- 
er, one of Curry's finest ever. 
The picture directly below is 
right after he scored his 1000 
point, against U-Mass Boston. 
Congratulations Joe, on a fine 





Jim Geronaitis, a freshman, came on strong at the close 
of the season. 



Steve "Red" Connolly (#14) steals, Al Taylor (#22) 
watches for the beginning of a fast break. 




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The women's softball team finished 4-4 on the season. Under 

second year coach Bob Connelly and assistant Jim Kelley, the 

ballclub opened up with four consecutive impressive wins. They 

defeated Bunker Hill, Eastern Nazarene, Endicott, and the 

University of Massachusetts-Boston before tailing off. The left 

side of the infield was very strong with junior shortstop Ellie King 

and junior Terry Sambuchi. Debbie French, another junior, did an 

admirable job pitching. 






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Ken Vaccaro, and Rip Pauley. 




The varsity tennis team compiled a 2-4 record this season. Coach 
Pat Bauer's two most consistent players were team MVP Ken 
Vaccaro, a junior from Stamford, CT., and Rip Pauley, a junior 
from Wenham, Mass. The squad featured a pair of women 
players: freshmen Jane Goldberg of Lawrence, NY, and Jane 
Woodman of Concord, NH. 






Scenes from . . . 

1977 Season 
Football 
Banquet 



seniors 




If at one time a man may summon the furthest reaches of his mind, then it is a 
bigger mountain he's climbed. 






Thorn Abrams 
Psychology 



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Here's to us; Those like us; Damn few; And then all 
dead. 

It's been a long road, and I'd like to thank the follow- 
ing for making it enjoyable. So, to the Main House 
Men, Ducker, Racey, Roasty (Harold Hecubar), the 
Ric Bros.,|Matty, Robert, Curt, Big Jim, O'Connor, 
Sneeze, Tony, Grove, Benzy. To the slobs 1 lived with, 
Smitty, Krebsy, and Ross. To my partners in crime. 
Big "N", Gates, Doc, Joe Barboza, Fast Ralphy, Fop, 
Crow, & Tex. To my main men from way back, Gary, 
Gregory, T.D., Doug, and the Lep. Special category. 
Bud & Jim, And thanks to the following girls, MD, 
MS, LD, NS, BM, LC, LD, S. Crash T, RM, AS, VS, 
LZ, JF, MS, PC, etc. Special thanks to I.S. for put- 
ting up with me for so long. And to Smitty for being 
there every step of the way. Good luck to you all in 
the future. 




Bunny Aronson 

Elementary 

Education 

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Not to the swift, the race: 

Not to the strong, the fight: 

Not to the righteous, perfect grace: 

Not to the wise, the light. 

But often faltering feet 

Come surest to the goal: 

And they who walk in darkness meet 

The sunrise of the soul 

Henry van Dyke 




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K. Richard Bengtson 
Communications 



A Voice That is Still 
In the years to come, memory will hold 
precious, not the brief moment of tri- 
umph, but the love and sympathy of 
comrades, and will seek to recall, not 
the plaudits of success, but "the touch 
of a vanished hand, or the sound of a 
voice that is still". 
M. Birch 



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Morning Thoughts 
Life is hard for most, and needs 
inspiration. 

The best friendship is that which 
inspires us to do better, to do our 
best. 

No dewdrop perishes, but, sinking 
into the flower, makes it sweeter. 
Strength and beauty combine in the 
making of true manliness. 
Never be discouraged; never be a 
discourager. 
J.R. Miller 



Management Major 




Jacquelyn Blasi 



Criminal Justice Minor 



Ann Bowie 

Education 

Moderate Special Needs 



Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence; 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- 
I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the difference. 




Vincent Buttaro 
Management 



Don't walk in front of me 

I may not follow 
Don't walk behind me 

I may not lead 
Walk beside me 

and just be my friend. 
Albert Camus 



Everybody Has A Dream 
While in these days of quiet desperation 
As I wander through the world in which I 
live 

I search everywhere for some new inspira- 
tions 

But it's more than cold reality can give 
If I need a cause for celebration 
Or a comfort I can use to ease my mind 
I rely on my imagination 
And I dream of an imaginary time 
I know that everybody has a dream 
And this is my dream, my own 
Just to be at home 
And to be all alone with you 

If I believe in all the words 

I'm saying 

And if a word from you can bring a better 

day 

Then all I have are these games that I've 

been playing 

To keep my hope from crumbling away 

So let me lie and let me go on sleeping 




Pam Calerese 
Sociology 



And I will lose myself in palaces of sand 

And all the fantasies that I have been 

keeping 

Will make the empty hours easier to 

stand 

I know that everybody has a dream 

And this is my dream, my own. Just to 

be at home 

And to be all alone .... with you. 




Jym-Ann Callan 

Elementary Education 

Moderate Special 

Needs 



"It is only with the heart that one can 
see rightly; what is essential is invisible 
to the eye" 

"The Little Prince" 

To Mom, 

Thanks for EVERYTHING!!! 



Elba Caraballo 
Sociology 

I came to Miltons' secluded Curry College in search of answers. The education 
offered me facilitated the systemized probe for the available explanations. I 
expected to leave Curry with all the answers, ready to challenge the world. As I 
leave, I find the world challenging me. 

In retrospect, I can appreciate the lessons learned in and out of the classroom. 

Thank you all very much. Everyone I've known has affected me, thus helping me 
grow. 

I've learned, loved, lost, yet survived it all. I've found many answers, most of which 
lead to yet more complex questions. 

I will continue my search with the treasured memories of Curry forever active. 



Mary Carneiro 



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1) State House #27- Pat Cagney-Simpkins-Lynne-Tish-Grinch- Sam-Marjo-Kudla-Kim-Being a 
HypO-Ruth-Carol-Peeps-nurd- Lombard Zoo-Fool-Susie-Papool-George M-Terriers- Bartholomew 

2) State House #34-another year with Cagney-Linda-Barb-Laura-Mary-Lynne-Maren- Margie- 
Kim-Murf-Bobbi -Feather-Bush-Eric-Jeff-Studly-Lola-Scot-Faiella- Penthouse-Sweets-McGinn- 
Crouse-Albie-Soupy-Perversion Excursion-South Pacific-Conf. Center-Nancee-Choff-Greg-Chris- 
wrong!basic dub-diliy 

3) State House #34 again a penthouser-Deeborah-Hi Ho-Lynnbo-Nora-Janet-Virus-Carrrmen, I 
lova your clock-Basile-2 Dianes-2 Robins-basement girls-wumpkin-Scholars A-David-Maybe I'm 
Amazed-beatles and bondage-Martini, shaken not stirred-twist my arm-Paullie-Elliott-Biil-Robito- 
Steif-Tranny- Phil- Arena-fizz me-call me madam-don't leave me this way-C.B.-S.M.C. -Donna, 
Duck, Greg, Snowball-Main Squeeze-Mike-Ron-Bif-lts better than not being enough- 

4) Scholar's B #205A-Linda my Jewish roomate-Tricia-Spanky-Peter-Scot-Greg-J.J.-Rump-Mou- 
sies-Christie-Nash-Disco-Key West, Fla.-Pedro says S.O.M.F. and E.M.R.N.-Milton Hilton-girls- 
Bong show-where 's Andy?-White Cloud-Just the Way You Are-the Trammps-Hooked for Life-Nite 
Fever-Sweet Time-And all the guys from A-Guttermouth-Swelliott- 

And after all this I must return to Uncle Ernie's Camp, though I must says it's been real watching 
Disney on parade these past four years. Thanks to my friends who carried me over the troubled 
waters-you know who you are. Mother, thanks for coping with nte. And finally to you. Dad, for trying 
to prepare me for the roads I should have taken. In spite of everything I hope you'd be proud of me. 
Perhaps someday I'll get on the right track. 

Sometimes the lights are shining on me. Other times I can barely see. Lately it's occurred to me what 
a long strange trip it's been-Grateful Dead 



Mark Cember 
C.A.S. 



There are just too many things to put down on the page but here goes: WMLN Sports 
Director 1977-78, Asst. Sports Director 1976-77, Currier Times Student Profile 1977, 
Muhammed Ali-Ken Norton Press Conference Boston 1976, Evel Knievel Press Confer- 
ence Worcester 1977, Elvis Concert-Providence Civic Center May 1977. When you get to 
the names of people I knew it would take forever to name them all down on this small space 
but here are four men who I will hold forever friendship with: Rick Bengston, Bill Alley, 
Bob Tomasello, Larry Rosoff. We hold many things dear to our heart and the main things in 
mine is my sportscasting career and the person that I will love for the rest of my life Linda 
who is truely one in a million for all the good things she does for me. 
Expressions: Whats your act?, the gate, no matter what you say . . . No matter what you do. 
People may pass, but legends live on forever-Cember on Cember 
Thanks Joyce, it was fun while it lasted — You're a good kid. 
To all the people that knew me, it was your pleasure!!! 




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// man does not keep pace 

with his companions 

perhaps it is because 

he hears a different drummer. 

Let him keep step 

to music which he hears, 

however measured 

or far away. 



Ann M. Clarke 

Elementary 

Education 

Moderate 

Special Needs 





May the roads rise to 
meet you may the winds 
be always at your back 
may the sun shine warm 
upon your face the rains 
fall soft upon your 
fields and until we meet 
again may God hold you 
in the hollow of His hand. 



Patricia Cleary 
Psychology/Sociology 




Major: Biology, Minor: Chemistry 

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And all bui cau luLih coIoaJ Thai gauni cnajg 
To CAwahl To JjLpt ike. lean ol ihai black bluiP 
Ulo/dd, Ulo/Ud, 1 cannoi gei ihee cLoAe enough! 

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Minor: Secondary 
Education Special 
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Mary Catherine DiNallo 




Bill Dooley 



Stanley Dlugove 
History 



I had a fine education at Curry College. It was an interesting experience. I met 
some very interesting people from Thailand and the United States. 

A special thanks to the wonderful teachers at Curry College who taught me a lot 
and were so kind. 

The courses prepared me for the future. I feel more educated because of Curry 
College. 

Good-Bye, Curry. 




This place has given me a lot of friends 
and memories that I will never forget 



Balletto, "I think we're gonna be good 
friends".Donny, Wade, Hutch, Campy 
in cognito and coming to play, Jeff, 
Matty, The Rices, Dirtmouth, Birch, 
Casey, HOCKEY: practicing at Har- 
vard, retiring #24, not scoring but 
winning some. Brownie blowing gas- 
kets, terrorizing the campus, hockey 
parties in rm. 39, The Blizzard, Main 
House Xmas parties, delivering the 
mail, studying as little as needed, 
graduating finally, 6/3/78!!!! 




1 AM SORRy ABOUT T-HE TVlfN(^S 

I. SHOUUP HAVE "PONE AND ■I>l"t>N'T I>0, 

X AM HAPPy ABOUT TtiE TVliNdl[5 
H HAVE 1>0N£^ 

ANI? I WANT TO THANK AUL OF yOU 

WHO HEUPET^ HAKE ray years at CuRRy 

A VE1?y HAPPy AMT> WORTH WMILE P£-R10I> OF ray LlFf. 

Chanin Donavanik 

"Chan" 

Management 




Stephen Michael Dunn 



"True Happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in their 
worth and their choice." 

Applied Computer Science/ Management 

Data Processing Consultant 




A beacon in the darkness 
That cannot dim nor fade; 
A light that will not falter 
In sunshine or in shade. 



Kathleen Anne 

Farren 

Elementary 

Education 

Moderate Special 

Needs 





Janet Feeney 
Management 

We lit the lamp of 

friendship 
So many years ago, 
And still it's burning 

brightly 
Amid time's ebb and 

flow. 



As on life's road we travel, 
Its friendly flame we see ... 
And may its light keep shining] 
Through all the years to be. 
Margaret Cameron 




Growing up in a time when marriage is dwindling and the family is split up and bitter, it 
is comforting to be among the exception. 

When I look at the example that was set in my home by my parents, I feel I will never 
have any grave problems when I eventually have a family of my own some day. We were 
always given a cheerful smile, a firm hand or a loving embrace whenever the circumstance 
called for them. Never were there words spoken and later regretted or small disagreements 
left to grow. My parents set an example for their four children to be one of pure love, 
unselfishness and understanding. There was never a time when we couldn't go to them with 
a problem and receive advice or assistance. 

Through a long trying time we have all stuck by one another sharing optimism and 
disappointments. Now that my mother watches over us daily, I know the love between the 
rest of us will continue to grow. 

I know of no other family which has been blessed with the parents that my brothers and 
sister and I were. It is now, after I realize that I would be nowhere without them, that I 
want to say thank you to my father, and to my mother who has returned to a peaceful, 
everlasting life that she so deserves. I love you both. 











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And I want to do all the things that I never 

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Dan Fogelbert 1977 





Sharon Goldmeier-Education, Moderate Special Needs 



Sandy Green 
Education 



If you love something 

very very much 
Let it go free 

If it doesn't return 
it was never meant to be yours 




\nd now the end is near. And so I face the final 
lurtain. My friends, I'll say it clear, I've state my 
;ase of which I'm certain, I've lived a life thats full, 
've traveled each and every highway. And more, 
nuch more than this, I DID IT MY WAY. 




Lynne Gutterman 

Regrets, I've had a few. But then again too few to 
mention, I did what I had to do. And so I threw 
without exemption, I planned each chartered course. 
Each careful step along the byway. And more, much 
more than this, I DID IT MY WAY. 



Yes, there were times, I'm sure 
you know. When I bit off more 
than I could chew. But through 
it all. When there was doubt, I 
ate it up, I spit it out, I faced it 
all, and I stood tall, AND DID 
IT MY WAY. 





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've loved, I've laughed and cried, I've had my fill, my share of 
jsing. And now as tears subside, I find it all so amusing, To think I 
id all that. And may I say not in a shy way, Oh no, oh no not me, 
DID IT MY WAY 



For what is a man. What has he got. If not himself, then he has not. 
To say the things he truly feels. And not the words of one who 
kneels. The records show, I took the blows, I DID IT MY WAY, 
YES IT WAS MY WAY. 

151 




John J. Henningson 
Biology 



Thomas N. Harrison 



"College is the key to success if you own a college. "-Ed Bluestone 

"Of the Real universe we know nothing. Except that there exists as many versons 
of it as there are perceptive minds. Each man lives alone in his private universe." 
Gerald BuUett 

"Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the 
changing fortunes of time." 





Sheila Holt 
Elementary Education 
Moderate Special Needs 



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When someone says, 
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And the youth said, Speak to us of Friendship 

And he answered saying: 

Your friend is your needs answered. 

He is your field which you sow with love 

and reap with thanksgiving 

And he is your board and your fireside. 

For you come to him with your hunger 

and you seek him for peace. 

When your friend speaks his mind you 

fear not the "nay" in your own mind nor 

do you withhold the "ay." 

And when he is silent your heart ceases 

not not to listen to his heart; 

For without words, in friendship, all thoughts 

all desires, all expectations are born 

and shared with joy that is unacclaimed. 

When you past from your friend you grieve not; 

For that which you love most in him may 

be clearer in his absence, as the mountain 



to the climber is clearer from the plain. 

And let there be no purpose in friendship 

save the deepening of the spirit. 

For love that seeks aught but disclosure 

of its own mystery is not love but 

a net cast forth; and only the unprofitable 

is caught. 

And let your best be for your friend. 
If he must know the ebb of your tide, 
let him know its flood also. 
For what is your friend that you should 
seek him with hours to live, 
For it is his to fill your need, but not 
your emptiness. 

And in the sweetness of friendship 
let there be laughter and sharing of pleasure. 
For in the dew of little things the heart 
finds its morning and is refreshed. 
The Prophet Kahlil Gibran 




Helenty E. Homans 

Elementary Education 

Moderate Special Needj 




I Love Him, All Of His, 
And All Of Theirs, 



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Elementary Education 





And I Love 

What We Have. 

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Jack Indiveri 
Management 




You call me a fool 

you say it's a Crazy Scheme 

This ones for real 

I already bought the Dream 

So useless to ask me why 

throw a kiss and say goodbye 

I'll make it this time 

I'm ready to cross that fine line. 



"Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he 
sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, 
those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance. Few are willing 
to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, the wrath of their society. Moral courage 
is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Yet it is the one essential, vital quality for those 
who seek to change a world that yields most painfully to change. And I believe that in this generation those with 
courage to enter the moral conflict will find themselves with companions in every corner of the globe. For the 
fortunate among us, there is the temptation to follow the easy and familiar paths of personal ambition and 
financial success so grandly spread before those who enjoy the privilege of education. But that is not the road 
history has marked out for us. Like it or not, we live in times of danger and uncertainty. But they are also more 
open to the creative energy of men than any other time in history. The future does not belong to those who are 
content with today, apathetic toward common problems and their fellow man alike, timid and fearful in the face of 
new ideas and bold projects. Rather it will belong to those who can blend vision, reason and courage in a personal 
commitment to the ideals and great enterprises of American Society." 
Robert F. Kennedy 




James Edmund Bell Killion "Jeb" 
Government 





Pat Kirchdorfer 




Dreams, so they say are for 
fools and they let them drift 




away. Peace, like the silent dove 




Should be flyin' but it's only just 
begun. Like Columbus in the olden 




days, we must gather all our courage 
Sail our ships out on the open sea 
Cast away are fears and all the years 
will come and go, and take us up 




always up. We may never pass this way again. 
So I want to laugh while the laughings easy, I want to cry 
if it makes it worthwhile . . . We may never pass this way again. 
Seals & Crofts 



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James A. Kirk 
C.A.S. 

Friends. A precious thing we of- 
ten times fail to show our love 
for. I have found friends at Curry 
whom I have grown to love. 
Friends I have worked with and 
laughed with. Friends who care. 
Life can be so beautiful if you 
allow yourself to enjoy real 
friends. To all of those at Curry I 
have had the priviledge of calling 
my friends . . . 
I love you. 



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oo/i-de-d/iLoru 

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I /uie. f.tienciUhJ.p^ LoAi. 
foAe.veA., AegoAcLLe^A ot 
dU^iance on. £Lme. 



SpacLal ikanhi io 
(h.anloii^ ^ Sianlei^f 
luLikoai. i^oun. -duppoAi 
arixi Love. I ivoiUa kave 
aeveji matie. Li, 




QimLOT'li tJHtLlSD mq{j 








Greg Little 
C.A.S. 

Theater-Dance 



'' / ShaU he Llhp. A 7 nee And CjAOtv 
" I Shall Be Llhe. A FioujeJi And BJoom " 
" I Shall 8e Like A '\iee.d And OU " 

<^L, 70 





Ruth S. Lucas 

Communications And 

English 



making friends for the world to see, 
let the pople know, you got what 
you need. With a friend at hand 
you will see the light, if your 
friends are there, then everything's 
alright. 





Michael J. Mahoney 
C.A.S. 



Curry College, what a place, 
To help prepare you. 
For the human race. 
I'll remember it good. 
And remember it bad. 
For the times of happiness. 
And the ones that were sad. 
To the friends I made, 
And to the ones I didn't, 
you're a hell of a bunch. 



And the memories. 
May they ne'er fade. 
As I don my cap, 
And put on my robe. 
My future lay before me, 
Like so many roads on a map. 
To be with a graduating class! 
And I think, moreover if asked, 
"Would you do it again?" 
My reply, "You bet your ass!" 



Happy are those 
who drea-n dreans 

and are ready to pay 
the price to r-ake 

theTi co-ne true. 

-Cardinal Suenens 




A ship in a harbor 

is safe, 
but that is not 

what ships are 
built for. 



-Shed 



Do not walk in front of me, 

I may not follow, 
Do not walk behind me, 

I "lay not lead, 
Walk beside me and 

just be me friend. 

-Albert Camus 




Margie McMullen 
Education 



Rick Meets 
Government 



In order to attain truth, it is necessary once in a man's 
life that he put aside all the opinions which he has held in 
the past, and rebuild anew, from the foundations, his 
entire system of knowledge. 
Anonymous 



The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous in the common. 
Emerson 



Trevor Messiah 
Government 




As I watch you 

leave me now 

I'll try hard not to cry. 

This is not the only time 

I'll have to say good bye. 

Where ever life 

seems to take you 

I wish you love & peace. 

Curry is like a jar of 
honey- an a taste of honey 
is worse than none at all. 





Francis X. Mills 

Elementary 

Education 

Moderate Special 

Needs 

Release 
Every piece of marble has a statuei. 
in it waiting to be released by a man 
of sufficient skill to chip away the/ 
unnecessary parts. Just as the sculp- 
tor is to the marble, so is education 
to the soul. It releases it. For only 
educated men are free men. You 
cannot create a statue by smashing 
the marble with a hammer, and you 
cannot by force of arms release the 
spirit or the soul of man. 

Confucius 





Donna Neri 
Psychology/ Sociology 




Notes Upon Leaving 
When I think back on my years at Curry, I just can't believe 
all the changes. I've grown up here, and feel that I'm as ready 
as I'll ever be to face the "big, bad world," A Curry College 

Graduate! Has 
quite a ring to it, 
huh? I'll always 
cherish the 
memories of 
lovers and 
friends, good 
times, and bad. 
As the lady said, 
"Something's 
lost and some- 
thing's gained in 
living every 
day." 




Tish O'Connell 

Elementary 

Education 



'"It isn't much fun for 
me, but two can stick to- 
gether,' says Pooh, says 
he. That's how it is, says 
Pooh." 

A. A. Milne 

Us Two 



Michael O'Sullivan 

Elementary Education 

Moderate Special Needs 



If someone loves a rose of which just one single blossom grows in all the millions 
and millions of stars, it is enough to make him happy just to look at the stars . . . 
For it is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your rose so important 
... It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisable to 
the eye. 

THE LITTLE PRINCE 
When looking toward the past close your eyes. 

When looking toward the future open them remembering only those who made you 
smile. 

LUCIA, BOB, M.M., K.T., G.M.B., J-A.C, Prof. Webb, Prof. Fournier, and Mr. 
Smith. 

EXPERIENCING, LEARNING, CHANGING, GROWING 




Jane Neveleff 



(we have met competency) 



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Jo-Anne Roderiques 

Psychology & 

Sociology 




. . . good byes are sad things 

you leave behind dreams that you've 

worked to make real 

friends that you've suffered to love 

and sometimes a quiet security that was built 

with 

half a lifetime 

on the road and in life everywhere 

you move along and leave your efforts 

behind you 

knowing deep inside that you'll never find 

them 

exactly the same again 

often you spend too much time looking back 

and miss something ahead 

but there's little use in trying 

to avoid the loneliness 



and anxieties that go with you when you 

move on 

for that is life and it is a certainty 

the road teaches you to accept good byes 

as part 

of hello to things that are never 

and often better 

it teaches you that what was loved 

and learned 

in the past 

CAN NEVER BE LOST ~ »-^ 

on the road you spend much timel 

wondering 

learning 

and sometimes remembering 

If sometime you remember . .... 

remember me. ,/| 




Good Times To Remember: 

The Work Was Completed, 
School, 4 Years, 5 Years, Whatever!, 
Was FINISHED! 



-SJ^JiiSJ^"'^^'^ 



Fund Raising 
Was 
Over! 
Hell Raising 
Was 
Now! 




Senior week began with the Boston Red 
Sox doubleheader against the Chicago 
White Sox. 




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4 11 Rice If S 1 3 3 
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4 1 Fisk c 5 110 

5 1 3 Lynn cf 3 10 
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Ont out whBP winning run icorsd. 
E_pjjk DP-Chicago 1, Boston 3. LOB 

-Chicaoo 10, Boston 8. 3B-Remy 7, 
Orta. Kessinoer, Lemon, Brotiamer, Rice, 
HR-Evans ID SB-Rice, Bonds, JotKi- 
son 5-Orta, Remy 



Stone 

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EIGHTH INNING 

RED SOX — Remy doubled to right. 
R<ce doubled into the lelt-lield corner. 
scoring Remy Hilton now pitching (or 
\he White Sox Yastrzemski grounded a 
single into right-field, scoring Rice. Wil- 
loughby now pitching lor the White Sox. 
Fisk grounded to third and Yastrzemslti 
was forced at second Evans pinch hil 
for Lynn and hit to short, forcing Fisk at 
second. Hobson dropped a single into 
right-field, Evans taking second Carbo 
grounded out to the pitcher. TWO 
RUNS, FOUR HITS, TWO LEFT, 
NINTH INNING 

RED SOX — Brohamer grounded out 
to second, Burleson singled up .he mid- 
dle, Remy sacrificed Burleson lo sec- 
ond. Rice singled to center-field, 
Burleson, Rice was out trying lo steal. 
ONE RUN. TWO HITS. NONE LEFT, 






TENTH INNING 



IP H RERBBSO 

7 8 3 3 3 4 

10 

21-3 5 3 3 



RED SOX ~ Yastrzemski grounded 
out to the first baseman, Fisk singled 
sharply to left, Evans hil his first home 



How the runs scored 

FWST INNING 



t to third ( 

ball. Rice singled up the middle, scoring 
Remy. Rice stole second, Yastrzemski 
grounded to first, unassisted. Fisk tlied 
to center, ONE RUN, TWO HITS, ONE 
LEFT. 

SECOHD INNING 

WHITE SOX — Nordhagen grounded 
to third. Lemon grounded to short. Orta 
doubled to right. Soderholm singled lo 
left scoring Orta, Naharody flied to left. 
ONE RUN. TWO HITS, ONE LEFT. 

THIRD INNING 

WHITE SOX — Kessinger doubled to 
right center, Moore grounded into a 
fielder's choice and reached second as 
Kessinger was caught in a rundown and 
tagged out by Lee, Bonds singled to 
right, scoring Moore. Johnson flied to 
right Nordhagen 5ir\gled 
grounded ' " ' " """" 



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4 Yslrim lb 3 10 
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4 2 Carbo rf 3 
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4 10 Evans cf 3 12 1 
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Boston 



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Burleson, 



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Yastrzemski. 



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8 8 3 3 4 

9 7 2 



third ONE HUN. THREE 
HITS. TWO LEfT 

FIFTH INNING 

WHITE SOX — r^loore singled lo left. 
Bonds lined into a double play. Johnson 
walked and stole second. Nordhagen 
singled 10 left. Johnson stopping at 



I third on the throw to the 
plate. Orta walked. Soderholm forced 
Orta at second. TWO BUNS. THREE 
HITS. TWO LEFT. 



How the runs scored 

FOURTH INNING 

RED SOX— Burleson was credited 
with a disputed ground-rule double to 
right. Remy grounded to short. Rice 
homered (8) into the left field screen 
Yaz walked. Hobson flied lc»cenler. Car- 
bo walked. Brohamer flied to center 
TWO HITS. TWO RUNS. TWO LBFl 
SEVENTH INNING 



RED SOX— Brohamer 1 






ONE RUN. ONE HIT. ONE LEFT. 



Event Two: 
Clam Bake 
Crane's Beach 
Ipswich, Mass. 

How badly burnt did you get? 





Event Three: 
Medieval Manor 
Boston 

Sheila Holt left has to beg for a trip to "Cantebury". Above, Joe 
Shadduck joins her. 




Event Four: 
Cookout 
Moved To 
Cafe, Party In Snack Bar 





The Martha's Vineyard trip was moved to thursday, so we 
"i had our cookout and all night party on tuesday due to the 
rain. We had lots of beer, and stayed up late. 153 



Event 

Five: 

Lombardo's 

Dinner 

Dance 




Event 

Six: 

Martha's 

Vineyard 




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The Next To Last Day: 




At right: the class gift was a pair of benches for 

Westhaver Park. Installed before graduation, 

they are one of the few class gifts that ever 

showed up in the history of Curry College. 



The day before graduation the class gathered 
together to practice for commencement, after 
the Champagne Breakfast. Immediately below 
is Commencement Committee Chairman Ba- 
zirgan, and below that is Commencement Mar- 
shall Tramondozzi issuing instructions. 






The Champagne 
Breakfast: 







Making preparations for commencement. 




Commencement 




Professor John Tramondozzi and Dean Barry Jackson lead the student processional as the commencement 

marshalls. 

Professors Kohak and Cooper lead the faculty procession. 




Rev. Cecil Rose, Retired Dean of 
Students, gave the invocation. 



Mark F. Carter was the class orator. 




Class President Jo- Anne Roderiques presented the 
class gift, a pair of benches for Westhaver Park. 




Kurt Richard Bengtson won the New Era Award. 



Dr. Jean Mayer 




Summary of Commencement Address 

Difficult Decisions in a Complex Society 

by 

Dr. Jean Mayer; Pres., Tufts Univ. 

Your lives, with God's grace, will reach well into the twenty-first century. You 
will live in a world that is changing more and more rapidly, becoming increasingly 
smaller, more interdependent, and more complex. As citizens, you will have to 
deal with the problems posed by an increasing world population and a finite energy 
supply, the proliferation of nuclear weapons and the threat of environmental 
destruction, the need for economic growth and for social justice, the effect on 
work and lifestyles of our aging, post-industrial society, to name but a few. 

These are not simple situations. They are complex and interrelated. Such 
problems cannot be solved piecemeal, in isolation, or with slogans, as we have thus 
far, for the most part, attempted to do. If there is one thought I would like you to 
remember after today, it is this: For every problem, there is one simple and 
obvious solution; and it is wrong. There are always costs and risks to be weighed, 
trade-offs and ripple effects to be considered, alternative uses for time, energy, 
and money. In national defense, energy policy, social and welfare programs, 
medical care, to give but four examples, we must learn to recognize and evaluate 
the many alternatives and to make reasoned choices. 

If our choices are based on an understanding of our intellectual, spiritual, and 
social inheritance, the complex interrelationships in today's world, and the true 
nature of the decisions we face, these and other problems can be solved. 

We are entering the most exciting time in the history of the world. We have the 
knowledge and the power to make it the best time, if we also have the will, the 
dedication, the patience, and the love-for our fellow men and women and for the 
fragile ecosystem around us. I believe that we have all four, and that you and your 
fellow graduates will prove me right. 




Honorary Degree: 
Kathleen Sullivan 
Alioto, Member of 
Boston School Com- 
mittee, Doctor of Edu- 
cation. 




Honorary Degree: 
William S. Gibson, Chairman 
of the Board, Gibson Engi- 
neering Co, Inc. Doctor of 
Business Administration. 




Honorary Degree: 
Richard A. Kelley, 
Special Assistant to 
the President, Tufts 
University, and former 
Chairman, Curry Col- 
lege Board of Trustees, 
Doctor of Education. 



The Singing Of The 
Alma Mater: 




DISTINGUISHED GUEST: S.B. 

Ajasa-Oluwa, Chief of Lagos State, Ni- 
geria, watched his son Michael graduate 
with the only Bachelor of Science degree 
conferred this year. 




The commencement cere- 
monies were capped by an 
announcement by Chairman 
of the Curry Board of Trust- 
ees David Dresser that the 
Board had decided to re- 
name the North Academic 
Center. The new name was 
to be The John S. Hafer 
Academic Center, in recog- 
nition of all that President 
Hafer gave Curry College. 
This was the last com- 
mencement presided over by 
President Hafer, as Presi- 
dent. The pictures above de- 
pict a standing ovation for 
the President, and a hand- 
shake from Dresser. 





except the crying 

except the five year re- 



except the marriages 
of some who went together 
while at Curry ... 
.... except the memories, 
good and bad. 

And now, now it is time, the 
time has come, for the Class 
of 1978 the lights are out, 
the theater has closed. 



II 



Jeffrey L. Schafer 




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Prayer is alright, if you have a good 
right cross. Author unknown 



^TrtmcsThucbc<" 




Martha Silsby 

Education/Special 

Needs 



Friendships exist 

in laughs, cries 

and pieces 

of insanity. 

While today 

is changed 

by passing time 

And tomorrow 

seeks to find 

new dreams. 

Yesterday's 

remembered still 

For the many moments shared. 




Linda Silverman 



I am walking now 

Behind me stand the memories, the unfulfilled hopes, the shining 

dreams. 
But most of all, 

the friendships I have worked so hard to build. 
I cannot leave them, but I know that I must, 
so, to compromise, I wilt take along as much as I 
can remember. 

I can remember uncertainty, I can remember joy, 

I can remember sharing. 

All of these will walk beside me as I travel on. 
I am walking now. 
Before me is an unfamiliar path 
but I will not travel alone now 
or any other time. 

I will travel with memories of good friends 
-Marianne Egan -»- ' " ^ .a^ 



/ 




"Live each day to the fullest because the next day you may not be around to 
toss another down." 

To the boys: Tommy "A," Racey, "Big N", Joe Tarzan Shadduck, Krebsy, Dr. 
Roast, Forbsy, Bud, Keeney, Jim, Kelly, Red, Charlie, Carter, Berthiaume, 
Murray, Eddy Pond, Tom, Curt, Rob, Sweeze, O'Connor, Big Jim, J.R., 
Wicky, Tony, Matty, Trevor, ScoUins. 

"To the girls that made college worthwhile: #1 Katie, E.S., ST., M.S., L.S., 
H.F., T.K., S.F., M.S., J.F., L.R., L.P., G.C., R.M., C.B., K.G., R.L.; and the 
unknowns due to drunkiness!" 




Janet Stevens 
Elementary Education 
Moderate Special Needs 
Psychology 



There are places I'll remember 
All my life though some have changed. 
Some forever, some for better. 
Some have gone and some remain. 
All these places had their moments 
With loves and friends I still recall. 
Some have gone and some are living, 
In my life I've loved them all. 

MUM, DAD, and TOM, 

Thanks for helping 
me through these past years. 
Love you, 
Jan 



Jeffery L. Tarleton 
Management 



Ah, I am speechless. Given a space and the old 
well dries up. I had a poem that summed up my 
thoughts but I could not print it without the 
author's permission, and I'm too lazy to get 
that. Besides, he's been dead for about a hun- 
dred years. If you're interested ask me and I'll 
tell you what it is. Thanks everyone who has 
been a friend, or helped me in some way to 
survive my Curry duration. The memories will 
fade, but some of you will cling close to my 
thoughts. Good luck everyone, and take care. 





Robert G. Tomasello 



Things that will live forever. Phrases: Hey, YOU!, What did you say? Son of a gun, I 
love that, the flying, eternal gate, the ball kicker. Hi. Howaya. Cheesburdager, Doo- 
Doot, ROTUNDA!, Well sir . . . Brother! Unt Den . . Teakie Beads! So? Ask me if I 
care, I always get the shaft, I tell ya I don't get no respect, Oh, rough crowd,/People: 
Heather, M. L.L.N. , Mark, Bill, Doug, Jim, Rich, Stevie, John, Pete, Ken, Unca 
Joey, Antigone, Annie, My old flame, 2nd floor State, Blimpo, Dummo, Chubbo and 
me. Fast Breakers, Lightfingered 10-3. Places: the Home, South Pacific, Purgatory, 
Elvis concert. Evil Knevil jump, Quincy Market, Homecoming, New Jersey. Things: 
theatre, WMLN, basketball. Senate, pinball, pool, backgammon, wisdom teeth, 
water skiing in NY, Cabaret, 1st dunk in intramural history. Favorites: Rom. 8:16-18, 
John 14:22-23, John 8:12, Mark 14:61-62, Matt. 16:24-26, Eph 4:4-6, Phil. 2:7-11. 

A MAN'S HEART DEVISETH HIS WAY: BUT THE LORD DIRECTETH HIS 
STEPS Proverbs 16:9 




Jeanne Turner 

Elementary Education 

Moderate Special Needs 



they 



said 



would 



shine 



like 



the 



li^ht 



the 



city 



hoped 



it 



sea the on moon the like be would 




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Marcia Weinstein 

Education 

Moderate Special Needs 



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Frank Wheeler 
Sociology 

KITH OF INFINITY 

Hail, O Wind! Salutations! 

From a night wanderer seeking light 

searching a mystic land from which I have 

come: 

wind, I am not human: 

1 am a stranger from a different planet: 

Is it the same planet from which you, O wind, 

have come? 
I breathe as a man, 

I see with a man's eyes But I am not a man. 
O wind, rustling through the forest, 

eager whisperer 

doleful sigher 
Forever coursing 

the banks of some invisible river 
Borne through the darkness: 
Existing only in a quasitangible substance 
Carrier, uncarried! 



Hail, O wind! I greet thee: 

Thou alone art the inhabitant of that world to 

which 

I am akin: 
For I am a shadow without body 

come from the unknown depth 

from the unattainable land 
Borne by the foam carried by the current . . . 
Oh epitomizer of purity I too am matter: 
I am interchangeable, 
I am energy, I am one, 
1 am indivisible and single. 
One with all abstractions 
Foreign to that earth bounded by the impure. 
I am kindred to thee, O wind! 
I know thee as I know myself. 
Thou comest from mine own world through the 

barrier of 

time. 

A Poem by Somtow P. Sucharitkul 




Barbara Wickham 
Elementary Education 
Moderate Special Needs 



snow storm confinement, late night les- 
sons, 6:00 alarms, Orville Redenbacher's 
popcorn, 4 copies of accident forms!, Sil- 
verman's Sexuality Session, "Are the 
washers free?" FULFILLING COMPE- 
TENCIES!!!!, O WA WA, queen for a 
day, Kim, "I'll get it!" . . . Good times, 
bad times, they all pass so quickly. How 
can I hold on to the memories? I guess by 
keeping up with the friends that made 
them all happen. Thanks you guys, for 
EVERYTHING! 




Scot C.B. Wilson 
Sociology 




We all take a spill once in a while and it's 
good to know that friends are around to 
pick you up. 






Mary Coleman 



Mike Coppola 




Mark Carter 
Management 




Laura J. Daley 



There are so many things that I could have done, 
I ain't never had too much fun ..." 
Commander Cody 



With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is 
still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be 
happy." 

Max Ehrmann 




Constance 
Dracoules 






Maureen 
Durkin 





William Gillis 



Greg Gerarde 




Mary C( 



Joseph Roger Kelly 



Iris 

Hardoon/Kochakorn 

Adulayavichitr 





Bahman Kimiachi 



Robert Steven 
Medwid 





James Gerald 
Murphy 



Michael O. Ajasa- 
Oluwa 




Gregory M. 
Pizzitola 



Curtis L. Rodman 



Lawrence David 
Rosoff 



Mary Shole 





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1978 Seniors Not Pictured 



Susan Henderson Alexander 
James Charles Andrade 
Edward Joseph Barry, Jr. 
Louis Joseph Bartula 
Laurie Jean Bennett "** 

Madonna Christine Butts 
Roosevelt Campbell 
Araya Choomduang 
Ross D. Clay 

Jeffrey Donet Constantineau 
Paul DiPaolo 
Joseph S. Donelan 
Jeremiah Peabody Fay 
Elwin Leonard (Duke) Gilbert 
Donald G. Grosvenor 
Edward C. Hargreaves, Jr. 
Janet Sue Haynes 
Sharon Elizabeth Hebert 
Gladys Klitzman Heitin 
Charles Frederick King 
Linda L. King 
Cynthia Ann Luca 
Diane M. Mello 
Stephanie Marie Mott 
Kevin Michael O'Connor 
Kathleen Ann O'Sullivan 
Joseph Francis A. Reid, Jr. 
Loretta Roberts 
Lloyd Allen Teague, Jr. 
Mary Catherine Toohey 
Brian J. Vallely 
Timothy Gerard Woodward 






Retirements 




Frank White leaves us after substantial service as 
Assistant Reference and Circulation Librarian. Frank 
personally took care of the important government 
periodicals in the Levin Library. Frank also made many 
friends over the years with his cynical and dry humor. 



Mrs. Anne Grela worked for many years as the College 

Nurse at the infirmary. Highly considerate and friendly 

she always remembered who you were and had a kind 

word. 



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Dr. John O. Gawne leaves after serving Curry well in 
the position of Dean of Counselling Services. A man 
, with a keen sense of dry humor, he'll be especially 

missed. 

The Curryer, along with the rest of Curry College, wish 
Dr. Gawne, Nurse Grela, and Frank a happy retirement, 
and the best of wishes. 



Administration 




Dr. John Hafer 

President 




Tom Goldrick 
Business Manager 



Mary Granskie 

Assistant to the Business Manager 









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Edward Hastings 

Acting Academic Dean 



June Roberts 

Dean's Office Administrative 
Assistant 



Helen LeBaron 

Bursar 



Joe Gibbons 

Financial Aid Director 





Randy Kupferberg 
Summer Programs Director 



Donald McNeil 
Vice President for Development 



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James Salvucci 
Assistant Academic Dean 



Hiram Evans 
Vice President for Research 




Recorder's Office 




Ann Burnaby 

Development 



Mike Stone 
Asst. to the VP for Development 



Ernest Marchi 

Controller 




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Julia DiPaolo 

Duplicating Room Manager 




Warren Bazirgan 

Director of Public Relations 

Yearbook Advisor 



Jack Vallely 
Director of Purchasing 
Varsity Baseball Coach 





Library staff members 
above: at top Betty 
Butkus, and Helen 
Hafer. 



From the Admissions Office: (clock- 
wise from left) Gert Besdansky, Frank 
Cohn, Dean Richard Mantz, Carol 
MacDonald. Missing: Director Dana 
Denault, and Administrative Assistant 
Joyce Kelley. 



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Security 



Counter-clockwise, from top left, are Director of 
Security Jerry Harrington, Lee Harrington (Ad- 
ministrative Assistant), Paul Jeannetti (Sgt, Mon- 
Fri 8am-4pm), Will Bevans (Sgt, Mon-Fri 4pm- 
12am), George Wheeler (Sgt, Mon-Fri 12am-8am), 
Jim Cody (Sgt, Sat-Sun 4pm- 12am), Rick Bengt- 
son (Coordinator of student guards, fill in Sgt), 
Cathy Jeannetti, Todd Goldrick (fill in Sgt). Miss- 
ing: Ed McLean (Sgt, Sat-Sun 8am-4pm) and Fred 
Linehan (Sgt, Sat-Sun 12am-8am), and Asst. Coor- 
dinator Pat Harrington. 






At left is Director of Buildings and Grounds Fred Eddy. Above, left to right. 
Administrative Assistant Trudy Maiden, Pat Donovan, Phil Eddy. 




Karl Fogel 

Varsity Basketball Coach 



Assistant Varsity Football Coaches: Ken Beatrice, Warren White, 

Mike Browne. 

Assistant Basketball Coach: Don Doucette. 

Varsity Hockey Coach: James Brown. 

Girl's Basketball Coaches: Mike Browne, Jim Shanahan. 

Varsity Baseball Coach: Jack Vallely. 

Varsity Tennis Coach: Pat Bauer. 

Soccer: Jim Kaufmann. 



Thomas Stephens 

Athletic Director 
Head Varsity Football Coach 





Maintenance 



Clockwise, from far left: Bruno Filletti, Larry 
Guerra, Bill Hagman, Frank Reardon, Al Ro- 
manus, Jim Parrell, George Pratt. Missing are 
Ben Boudreau and Mike Kelleher. 




Dr. Barry L. Jackson 
Dean of Student Life 



MRS. RUTH MacOONmA. 



within existence nothing great is achieved Mrs. Ruth MacDonald 

without passion and interest." -Hegel Administrative Assistant to the Dean 




iWiU 




Robert Scappini "Freedom not with mispent words 
Assistant to the Dean To Emmett, Kelly and Wolfetone 
of Student Life I raise my glass of Murphy's own.' 



Steve Reul 
Assistant to the 
Dean of Student Life 



"Those who have done their best 

for their own time have lived for 
all time". 









Top left: Alan C. Greenberg, Associate Professor 
of Political and Historical Studies, and Director 
of Registrarial Services. 

Top right: Housing Staff; front: Kathy Sexton 
(Green House), Heidi Webb (Lombard), Jeff 
Tarleton (Men's Honors), Steve lorio (Lom- 
bard), Terry Sambucchi (Mayflower). 2nd row; 
Bill Raimondi (Mayflower), Steve Winard 
(Scholars). 3rd row; Steve Rcul, Eric Arena 
(Scholars), Cindi Smith (Mayflower), Jerry 
Buckley (Main), Trevor Messiah (Main), Norm 
Hopping (Main), Joanne Roderiques (Milton), 
Pam Calarese (Milton), Bob Scappini (May- 
flower), Karen Hunter (State), Jane Kelly 
(State), Jeanne Turner (Scholars). Gretchen Ba- 
ker (State), Rick Bengtson (Scholars), Cindee 
Luca (State), Tom Gahr (Lombard). Steve 
McGinnity (156), at bottom right with the horns 
is Rick Padula (Lombard). Missing: Scott Faulk- 
ner (Lombard). John Henningson (Scholars). A 
well dressed group! At left: Nurse Grela and Dr. 
Tudor of the health services. 
At right: Dr. John Hill. Director of the Academic 
Advising Team, and an Associate Professor of 
Political and Historical Studies. 





Kay McCartney 

Administrative Assistant in 

Public Relations 



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From far left: Dr. John Gawne, Dean of Counselling, Jane Kelly, counselor. Sue 
Lupica, counselor, Laurie Simmons, Administrative Assistant to Counselling 
Services. 



acuity 



Division Of Science 
And Mathematics 




John Hovorka 
Division Chairperson 



Clockwise, from above, Eleanore Wilder, Jack 
Holloway, Thorn Rudegeair, Jerry Touger, 
John Tramondozzi. 



missing: Jim Kaufman, 
Indar Kamal, Hiram 
Evans. 



Nursing 

Mrs. Arlyne Saperstein (Act- 
ing Chairperson), Mrs. Alice 
Clark, Mrs. Genevieve Fitzpa- 
trick, Mrs. Mary Klein, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Kudzma, Ms. Joan 
Leon, Ms. Claire Maranda, 
Ms. Elise Navratil, Ms. Alyce 
Souden, Ms. Mary Ellen Sulli- 
van, Mrs. Estelle Uckerman, 
Mrs. Susan Carman, Mrs. 
Fannie Chung, Mrs. Donna 
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Clockwise from above: Carol Wadell (Special Needs), 
Bruce Steinberg (Psych), Dante Germanotta (Soc), and 
PA I tutors Pam Brown, Maria Bacigalupo, Roberta 
VfcFee faculty not pictured: Ann Mooney (Ed), Dave 
Ezickson (Ed), Donna Quinn (Administrative Assistant). 



EXPRESSIONS, OPINIONS, THOUGHTS 



If you look for beauty you will find it. 

If you listen for the voice of truth, you will hear it. 

If you love, you will be loved. 

Mrs. Ruth MacDonald, from Good Housekeeping 
Magazine 



Three dogs are fighting over a bone 

and someone asks the bone which side he's on. 

The three dogs are Russia, China, and the US. I 

am the bone. 

Marvin Mandell 



Dr. John Gawne, from Sig- 
mund Freud: 

Man's superiority over the oth- 
er animals is his capacity for 
neurosis and his capacity for 
neurosis is merely the adverse 
of his capacity for cultural de- 
velopment. 



Politics is pervasive 
John Hill 

Dante Germanotta: 



"What distinguishes the worst architect from the best 

of bees is this, that the architect raises his structure 

in imagination before he erects it in reality." 




Judy Kennedy, Education 



John Hahnfeld: 

"Know what your doing" 



Laurie Simmons: 

"That the woman was made of a rib out of the side of 
Adam; not out of his feet to be trampled upon by him, but 
out of his side to be equal with him, under his arm 
to be protected, and near his heart to be loved." 

— Matthew Henry, Note on Gen- 
esis, ii, 21, 22 

Dorothy Ross: 

"If spring came but once in a 

century instead of once a year, 

or burst forth with the sound of 

an earthquake and not in 

silence, what wonder and 

expectation there would be in 

all hearts to behold the 

miraculous change." Henry 

Wadsworth Longfellow 



Frances Kohak: 

We'll build in sonnets pretty roomes; 
as well a well wrought urn becomes 
The greatest ashes, as half-acres tombes. 

John Donne, "The Canonization" 



C. Alan Anderson: 



The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous 
in the common. -Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Robert Wertheimer: 

"America remains the hope of mankind"-Geo. Washington 
"Das Ewig-Weibliche Zieht Uns Hinan"-concluding words in 
the drama Faust 

Patricia O'Sullivan: 



Women's faults are many. 

Men have only two. 

Everything they say, and 

everything they do. 

Anonymous. 



Barbara Fournier: 



Life is a train of moods like a string of beads 
And as we pass through them 
They prove to be many colored lenses 
which paint the world their own hue. 

Russell Pregeant: 



"The purse conservative is fighting against the es- 
sence of the universe." — A.N. Whitehead 



Jane Kelly: 



Count these amoung your gifts . . . 

the friendly morning sky, 

the peaceful night, 

and all the colors, beauties, 

splendors of a living earth.-Edward Cunningham 



"I am not a crook" 
-Richard Nixon 



CENTER 

FOR 

LIFELONG 

LEARNING 



Phyllis Caldwell 

Director 

Pamela Housely 

Assistant Director 
Ruth Bennett 

Program Developer 
Joyce Steele 

Administrative Assistant 




Ed McLean 

Security Sgt. 



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Marvin Mandfl 
English 



Missing: Helen Trotman (Englisti) 




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George Wharton 
CAS 





Sam Manzi 
Director of Data Processing 



editor^s 
note 



Editors Note 



Not everyone will like this book. I love it. I believe that it is the best yearbook Curry has had to date. Just I 
as 1977's was the best one ever done till then. Someone will alwa;ys come around and do it better, you knowl 
the saying that records are made to be broken. Well, what do you think? Next year Eric Arena and Mary I 
Carneiro have the one in a hundred chance to really do it up with the College Centennial. Go get 'em Eric I 
and Mary, and have fun, and don't get discouraged because things don't ever work the way you planned it. I 
God, I wish they did. If they did I would have had this book done on time for all my deadlines, but as it is 
evident that you are reading it now 1 must have finished it, eh? 

What's to dislike in this book? Well, if you are one of those people who'Tikle like a mouse there probably 
are not any pictures of you in here. If you go to lots of events or are chums^v^'ith the photographers then 
you probably can take this book and find yourself many times. Just a word about the photographers. Several 
of them were from Miller Studio and had no bias what so ever, so if they missed you then you were not 
obnoxious enough to be seen. As for student picture takers they were a fairly diverse group and several of 
them did outstanding work. If you are not in here as much as you like I am sorry, next year maybe you 
should join the yearbook staff, because that is where the buck stops. 

As is the usual procedure there are many people I have to thank. Warren Ba/irgan was very kind and\ 
helpful as yearbook advisor. From Josten's Yearbook Co. Bob Murphy is the kind of company representative 
that should get an award. Bob helped me in so many ways I can'F4hank hini enough. Thankyou to Miller 
Studio, which did a fine job on assignments and printing of photos. Big thanks to Eric Arena for all his 
effort, Mike Mahoney who always seemed to be there to take pictures, Jym-Ann Callan, who did the god- 
awful job of typing the directory, and Pat Kirchdorfer who spearheaded the ad campaign and brought in 
well over 1000 dollars. Gretchen Baker and Jeanne Turner coordinated the Senior effort, which resulted in 
the Senior section, a section which I think all the Seniors can be proud to be associated with. Ellie 
Carabello and Jane Neveleff brought with them many new ideas while they toiled on the activities part of 
the book, and they \vere probably the most diligent workers on the staff. To all the other staff members I 
thank you too, and I have tried to give credit where it is deserved. 

What else can I tell you? If you are careful you can paH out pages 136 and 137 and hang it on your wall 
as a poster. The weird photo that has the photo credits overprinted on it was a weirdo darkroom stunt by 
Eric. We tried to save space for more pictures by eliminating divider pages between sections, and we also 
have an unusual paper stock which the Senior Week is printed on. As for things that we have missed or 
messed up, I truly apologi/c. I assure you that we made a 140% effort to make a yearbook that you will 



enjoy for years. 



Sincerely, 

Jeffery L. Tarleto^. 
Editor, 1978 Curr^ 






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Personal Note: 



Through my four years at Curry I have 

enjoyed man> unique, exciting, and 

challenging experiences. There are many 

people outside my family that helped 

conti-ibute to the (mostly) excellent times: 

retc'hen. Rick , Prof. Hcnningson, Karl, John 

Murray (wherever he is!), Eddie Black; and 

^many others whom I think of often but I can't 

possibly mention them all. 1 am also in great 

debt personally and professionally to Bob 

Capalbo, Bob Wertheimer, Dr. Keighton, Joe 

Finn, the many fine folks working for security, 

and again all those I can't mention now. God 

bless all- of you; I'll never forget you and the 

years we shared at Curry! 




Photographic Editor Eric Arena 



Co-Organizations Editor, Photographer Mike J. Mahoney 




Co-Senior Section Editors 

Jeanne Turner and Gretchen Baker 



Mike J. Mahoney: 



Jeffery L. Tarleton: 



Eric Arena: 



Photo Credits 



Gong Show 
Faculty and Staff 
Color candids 
International Night 


candids 
Zak Concert 
Organizations 
Senior Banquet 


Dances W i 
Senior Week ,j| 
Awards Night 


Hockey 
Football 
Halloween 
James Mapes 
Basketball 




dances 
Senior week 
Spring Weekend 
Horseracing 
Girl's Basket. 


Dr. Boyle Convocation 
Sr. 100 days party 
Slipknot Concert 
All College Celeb, 
candids 


blood drive 
faculty&staff 




soccer 


snowstorm 
color candids 



All College Celebration candids 

Faculty and staff hockey and women's basketball 

color candids team pictures 



K. Richard BengtSOn: Faculty and staff 

candids 



organizations 



Awards Banquet 



Karl Kildahl 



Faculty and staff 
candids 



Day in the life of Joanne Roderiques 



Ken Bettis: 
Charles Flagg 

Brian Sullivan 

Ed Hojnowski 
Frank Murray: 
William Hayden 



Miller Studio 



Cabaret 
football 



Homecoming 
Hockey 



James Montgomery Concert 

Casino 

color candids 



Spring Weekend 
football 



Basketball 



Commencement 



Aerial endsheet 
Portraits done on campus 



210 





candids 



Chan Donavanik: Field Day 

David Cowgill: 

Dave Berquist: 

Mark Pierce: codspeii 

Peter Paris footbaii 

J)iane Genovario: color candids 

Scot Wilson: candids 



Freshmen Orientation Soccer 



Senior Week %,»;^r ^ ^^K^- 
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Aztec Twostep concert 



Casino 



candids 



snowstorm 



Soccer 





Equipment: 



Other Contributors: 



The 1978 Curryer used only Kodak film in the making Dean Barry Jackson: RA halloween picture 

of the yearbook. For Black and White we used Tri-X, Clark Linehan: Homecoming pictures 

for color Vericolor Professional was used in most Warren Bazirgan: Orientation, football awards night 

cases. Ruth Burack: candids 



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Printing paper in most cases was RC rapid with gloss 
nish. All paper was Kodak made. 



Cameras used were 35MM in all cases except for 
Senior portraits and the endsheet aerial. Bengtson 
used a Minolta. Arena used a Pentax. The yearbook 
owned Fujica was used by Genovario. Karl Kildahl 
used a Ricoh. Tarleton, Mahoney, Paris, and Dono- 
vanik all used Canons. 

Photographic Acknowledgements 

The Curryer would like to thank the College for the use of the darkroom, which we used on and off throughout the 
year. 

The Curryer also would like to thank Eric Arena for his darkroom expertise which was tapped again and again. 

The Curryer also would like to thank William Tarleton for the use of his darkroom which enabled the yearbook to be 
completed after the Curry darkroom closed for the summer. 





top, photographer Scot Wilson, 
photographer Diane Genovario, 
photographer and co-editor Organi- 
zations Section Rick Bengtson. 
above, Jym-Ann Callan, typer of 
the Directory and Janet Stevens, 
who did special work, above right: 
Pat Kirchdorfer, Advertising Man- 
ager, left: Bob Murphy, Josten's 
Yearbook Co. representative, right: 
Jack Indiveri, Asst. Advertising 
Manager. 




06460 
Bradford Irene 41 Lawn Ave. Quincy Ma. 02169 
Bradley Brian M. 655 Talcottville Ave. Vernon 

Ct. 06066 
Bradley Mary B. 66 Granby Dr. Madidon Ct. 

06443 
Brain Linda M, 340 Westport Tpke. Fairfield Ct. 

06880 
Bratches Kurt H. 51 Orchard Lane Rye N.Y. 

10580 
Breen Karen M. 5 So. Bedford St. Burlington Ma. 

01803 
Brennan Patricia M. 57 Darrow St. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Briggs Gerald 93 Mattakeestt St. Pembroke Ma. 

02359 
Briggs Joan 393 South St. Randolph Ma. 02368 
Bright Thomas E. 121 Lawton Ave. Lynn Ma. 

01902 
Bristol Sara M. 210 Mercer St. Princeton N.J. 

08540 
Brodigan Maureen 67 Clearwater Dr. Dorchester 

Ma. 02126 
Brown Kathryn A. 232 Old Oaken Bucket 

Norwell Ma. 02061 
Brown Kevin J. 269 Walpole St. Norwood Ma. 

02062 
Brown Marjory 121 Mattapan St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Brown Theresa R. 154 Harding Terrace Dedham 

Ma. 02026 
Browne Carolann 9 Pond View Rd. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Browner Lore G. 49 Norman St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Buchbinder Betsy 67 Vose Hill Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Buckles Marjorie 4 Jackson Lane S. Dartmouth 

Ma. 02740 
Buckley Alice A. Pond Meadow Rd. Westbrook 

Ct. 06498 
Bulan Richard J. 1 1 Barmore Dr. West Stamford 

Ct. 06905 
Buonopane Jeanne M. 75 Hall Place Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Burack Mark G. 1 5 Arietta Ave. Worcester Ma. 

01602 
Burbank Ross E. 71 Springhurst Rd. Bedford 

Hills N.Y. 10507 
Burke Denise M. 88 Constitution Ave. So. 

Weymouth Ma. 02190 
Burke Denise C. 83 Gardiner St.. Quincy Ma. 

02169 

urke Donald C. Jr. 6 Nabbys Pt. Rd. Ipswich 

Ma. 01938 
Burns Jonna 766 Willard St. Quincy Ma. 02169 
Butera Joan M. 47 Myerson Lane Newton Ma. 

02159 
Buttaro Vincent 48 Curve St. Dedham Ma. 02026 
Butts Donna C. 95 School St. Cambridge Ma. 

02139 
Byrne Lisa A. 1 1 Ellington Rd. Wollaston Ma. 

02170 
Calarese Pamela J. 22 Pleasantview St. Roslindale 

Ma. 02131 
Caldwell Rosana M. 231 Blue Hill Ave. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
Caldwell Sandra E. 1150 Main St. Norwell Ma. 

02061 
Callan Jym-Ann F. 133 Robert St. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Calliari Anne M. 5380 Congress St. Fairfield Ct. 

06430 
Calo Virginia Hospital Rd. Medfield Ma. 02052 



Campbell Eulie May 25 Meadowview Rd. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
Campbell Geoffrey G. 16 Emerald Ave. Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Campbell Thomas D. 70 Sherburn Circle Weston 

Ma. 02193 
Campo Anthony M., 8 Jefferson Pk. Cambridge 

Ma. 02140 
Canavan Mary E. 189 Garfield Ave. Boston Ma. 

02136 
Canning Dennis M. 2 Eighth St. Cambridge Ma. 

02141 
Cannon Patricia M. 363 Copeland St. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Caraballo Elba Curry College Pox 77 Milton Ma. 

02186 
Carberry Kenneth A. 1672 Canton Ave. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
Carey Constance M. 47 Deerfield Rd. Needhan 

Ma. 02192 
Carey Daniel J. 6 Chandler St. Penacook N.H. 

03301 
Carr Barbara J. 28 Country Side Dr. Boston Ma. 

02126 
Carter John F. 1023 Randolph Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Carter Mark F. 200 Turtle Pond Pkwy Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
Casey Martin T. 1 5 Verna Field Rd. Fairfield Ct. 

06430 
Cashman Deborah A. 80 Washington St. Hyde 

Park Ma. 02136 
Cataldo Michael D. 1811 Washington St. 

Braintree Ma. 02186 
Catinella Diane A. 142 Woodoak Dr. Westbury 

N.Y. 11590 
Cavallo Ann R. 23 Galty Ave. Dorchester Ma. 

02124 
Cecchini Ruth 53 Karyln Rd. Weymouth Ma. 

02188 
Cederlund Arthur 1801 Ocean St. Marshfield Ma. 

02050 
Cember Mark M. 837 Sherry Dr. Vlly Cottage 

N.Y. 10989 
Cerretani Thomas A. 833 Franklin St. Melrose 

Ma. 02176 
Chang Andrew C. 6 Robbin Hill Rd. Scarsdale 

N.Y. 10583 
Cherkes Lori H. 146 E. Dorrance St. Kingston Pa. 

18704 
Chessin Andrew D. Via San Vittore 45 Milan 

Italy 20123 
Chiappinelli Diane K. 103 Maple St. Milford Ct. 

06460 
Choomouang Araya 75 St. Alphonsus St. Boston 

Ma. 02120 
Christie Mary J. 91 Payson Ave. Rockland Ma. 

02370 
Christopher David R. 972 Bennington St. East 

Boston Ma. 02128 
Chung Paulette 760 Morton St. Apt. 6 Mattapan 

Ma. 02126 
Civitarese Nicholas C. 17 Mac Gregor Dr. 

Sherborn Ma. 01770 
Clark Christina 7 Ridgehill Rd. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Clarke Ann M. 9 Alvarado Ave. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Clarke Robert N. 9 Alvarado Ave. Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
Clay Ross Daniel 26 McArthur Rd. Natick Ma. 

01760 
Clougher Linda A. 66 Montcalm Ave. Brighton 

Ma. 02135 



Coakley Stephanie 520 Mass. Ave. Boston Ma. 

02118 
Cobb Corinne A. 70 Pequit St. Canton Ma. 02021 
Codman Eve D. 15 Linwood Rd. Wellesley Ma. 

02181 
Cogen Mitchell D. 229 Steven Place Woodmere 

N.Y. 11598 
Cohen Debra L. 205 Kings Pt. Rd. Great Neck 

N.Y. 11024 
Cohen Donna 3 Tucker St. Milton Ma. 02186 
Cohen Gertrude 252 Neponset Valley Pky. Hyde 

Park Ma. 02136 
Cohen Patricia Anne 3 Ponkapoag Way Canton 

Ma. 02021 
Coke Joanna 5 Surrey Lane Chelmsford Ma. 

01824 
Cole Joan E, 266 North St. N. Weymouth Ma. 

02191 
Cole Marc S. 16 Craig St. Jericho N.Y. 11753 
Coleman Geraldine Ann 53 Alden St. Dedham 

Ma. 02026 
Coleman Kenneth E. 152 Paulin Blvd. Leonia N.J. 

07605 
Coleman Mary B. 1326 Bellevue Ave. Syracuse 

N.Y. 13204 
Coler Rosemary D. 178 Marshall St. Duxbury 

Ma. 02332 
Coletta Kathleen R. 99 Louise Rd. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Collazzo Joan 20 Burroughs Rd. Lexington Ma. 

02173 
Collins Nancy 58 Myrtle St. Norwood Ma. 02062 
Colwell Christine M. 19 Winter St. Topsham Me. 

04086 
ComoUi Donna M. 16 Meade St. Milford Ma. 

01757 
Conlon Simonne J. 46 Meadow Lane Bridgewater 

Ma. 02324 
Connelly Marianne K. 480 Brook Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Connelly Robert L. 1 1 Norwell Ave. Norwell Ma. 

02061 
Connolly Cornelia M. 609 Canton Ave. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
Connolly Joan B. 170 Grove St. Norwell Ma. 

02061 
Connolly Joan M. 15 Brookside Pk. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Connor Beth M. 45 Willow Rd. Nahant Ma. 

01908 
Connolly Kevin 15 Brookside Pk. Milton Ma. 

02187 
Connolly Stephen M. 14 Bicknell St. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Connor Kathleen 84 Franklin St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Connors Teresa 24 Lunar Ave. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Conroy Constance 131 Valley St. Pembroke Ma. 

02359 
Conroy Pamela J. 31 Gov. Andrew Rd. Hingham 

Ma. 02043 
Constantine Gigi K. 63 Wojkum Wood Rd. 

Riverside Ct. 06878 
Constantineau Jeffrey 108 Bradford Rd. Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Conway Patricia A. 11 North Main St. Cohasset 

Ma. 02025 
Cook Virginia H. 65 Mergaret Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Cooke Helen 510 Norfolk St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Cooke Ian Thomas 36 Fairmount St. Dorchester 

Ma. 02124 



Coppoia Michael A. 161 Linwood Ave. 

Newtonvile Ma. 02160 
Corbett Francis T. 3 Osceola St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Costello Susan M. 476 East 3rd St. South Boston 

Ma. 02127 
Cotter Deborah C. 27 Kings Rd. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Cotter Mary Ann 150 Mediterranean Dr. 

Weymouth Ma. 02188 
Coute Robin M. 15 Highview Ave. Braintree Ma. 

02186 
Cowgill David B. 75 Lawson Rd. Winchester Ma. 

01890 
Crannell Jacqueline 378 Lebanon St. Maiden Ma. 

02148 
Craven Richard 49 Chittick Rd. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Crimmins Kathleen 441 Granite St. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Crohan Caroline Ann 6 Mohawk Rd. Canton Ma, 

02021 
Cronan Catherine A. 1 Agawam Rd. Attleboro 

Ma. 02703 
Cronin Alex 42 Dudley Lane Milton Ma. 02186 
Cronin Tania 42 Dudley Lane Milton Ma. 02186 
Crowley Mary B. 77 Sassamon Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Crugnale Mark T. 1824 Jones Place Placentia 

Calif. 92670 
Cubeilis William S. 241 Main St. Buzzards Bay 

Ma. 02532 
Cummings Christine A. 340 Pleasant St. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
Cunningham Lori J. 163 Rollstone Ave. W. 

Sayville N.Y. 11796 
Curley Maryann 393 Adams St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Curran Joanne 54 Mill St. 12 Woburn Ma. 01801 
Currier Mark A. 8 Volunteer Rd. Hingham Ma. 

02043 
Curtin Virginia A. 56 Chesterfield St. Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
Curtis Martha 135 Gun Hill St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Curtis Shawn T. 25 Gannett Rd. Scituate Ma. 
Curto Patricia B. 63 Hall Place Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Cusack Michael P. 30 Marion St. West Haven Ct. 

06516 
Cutaia Peter A. 1 Little Rd. Maynard Ma. 01754 
Cutia Robert J. 1 Little Rd. Maynard Ma. 01754 
Daley Laura J. 34 Burning Tree Rd. Greenwich 

Ct. 06830 
D Alois Roberta 22 Long Lake Rd. Littleton Ma. 

01460 
Daly Doris 108 Indian Spring Milton Ma. 02186 
Daly Sue 60 Elrrida St. Green Harbor Ma. 02041 
Dane Charles E. Off Union St. Hingham Ma. 

02043 
Daniell Sandra R. 29 Cobblers Hill Rd. Trumbull 

Ct. 06611 
Dannbauer Susan 1 Trenton St. Melrose Ma. 

02176 
D Antona Roberta C. 20 Tremont St. Stoneham 

Ma. 02180 
Da Silva Doris 208 Elm St. Halifax Ma. 02338 
Davey Patrice M. 57 Willow Rd. Hanover Ma. 

02339 
Davis Mark E. 143 Beechwood St. Cohasset Ma. 

02025 
Dayton Janice 71 N. Central St. E. Bridgewater 

Ma. 02333 
DeChristopher Donna 31 Highland Ave. Apt. 5 



Newton Ma. 02160 
De Jesu John D. 15 Meadow Lane Bayville N.Y. 

11709 
De Luca Richard R. 29 Raymond Terr. E. 

Norwalk Ct. 06855 
D Empaire Carlos J. P.O. Box 301 Maracaibo 

Venezuela 
Denihan Joan L. 435 E. 79 St. New York N.Y. 

10021 
Dennehy Marty 1 1 Elliot St. Norwood Ma. 02062 
DeSantis John N. 23 Spring St. Milford Ma. 

01757 
Devlin Deanna Lyn Harvard Ridge Apts. 

Winthrop House Apt. 2 Boxford Ma. 
Dexter Virginia 6 Hay Ter. Milton Ma. 02186 
Dick Elizabeth M. 6 Osage Rd. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Dick Marilyn S. 89 Rowe Ave. Lynbrook N.Y. 

11563 
Dickson Lesley P. Dash Dhew Washington D.C. 

20201 
Dillon James A. 19 La Verne Dr. Rutland Vt. 

05701 
DiNallo Mary C. 6 Salvi Dr. Framingham Ma. 

01701 
Dinatale Evelyn M. 509 Normandy Norwood Ma. 

02062 
Diotalevi Robert N. 28 Ceder St. Milford Ma. 

01757 
Di Paolo Paul 185 Hollis Ave. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Di Zinno Patrice 35 Wyndmere Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Dlugove Stanley Norma 16 Arnold Rd. Stoneham 

Ma. 02180 
Doherty Nancy J. 39 Longwood Ave. No. 

Andover Ma. 01845 
Doldt Russell R. 31 Mac Donald St. Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
Dolan Jeanne 82 Parkwood Dr. Milton Ma. 02186 
Dolan Kathleen 82 Parkwood Dr. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Donahue Paul W. 53 Milton Rd. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Donavanik Chanintr Royal Thai Embassy 1906 

23rd St. N.W. Washington D.C. 20008 
Donelan Joseph S. 636 Nahatan St. Norwood Ma. 

02062 
Donovan Catherine M. 1051 Blue Hill Ave. 

Milton Ma. 02186 
Donovan Terry Ann 199 Central Ave. Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Donsanto Pauline C. 6 Gordon Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Dooley Charles T. 93 Cross St. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Dooley William B. Box 55 Centerville Ma. 02632 
Dore Kathleen M. 181 Train St. Dorchester Ma. 

02122 
Dotton Margaret R. Breezy Meadows Rte. 126 

Holliston Ma. 01746 
Dowd Bryceanne 43 Stoneridge Rd. Summit N.J. 

07901 
Dowling Elizabeth A. 2 Pope St. Quincy Ma. 

02171 
Doyle Margaret M. 72 Southbourne Rd. Boston 

Ma. 02130 
Dracoules Constance A. 22 Schlager Ave. Quincy 

Ma. 02169 
Driscoll Dorothy 19 Sargent Lane Franklin Ma. 

02038 
Druker Gerri S. 73 Linda Lane Bethel Ct. 06801 
Duff Kevin C. 51 Saning Rd. N. Weymouth Ma. 

02191 



Duffy Christine 90 Concord Rd. Weston Ma. 

02193 
Duggan James F. 57 Viden Rd. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Dunn Stephen M. 4 Summit Rd. Box 82 Holbrook 

Ma. 02343 
Dunsford Mary 94 Richmond St. Dorchester Ma. 

02124 
Dunton Frances M. 51 Selwyn Rd. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Durkin Maureen A. 11820 Kim Place Potomac 

Md. 20854 
Duross Joanne M. 66 Donnellan Circle Weymouth 

Ma. 02191 
Duxbury Gail M. Worcester Rd. Webster Ma. 

01570 
Eddy Eve Karen 21 Bosworth Rd. Framingham 

Ma. 01701 
Efthim Carole J. 36 Hutchinson Rd. Walpole Ma. 

02081 
Ellison Liz 9 Winston Rd. Dorchester Ma. 02124 
Ellis Paul D. 31 Blossom St. Rockland Ma. 02370 
Epstein Jeffrey M. 15 Farview Rd. Tenafly N.J. 

07670 
Espach Steven R. P.O. Box 130 Sag Harbor N.Y. 

11963 
Esposito Marie C. 40 South Fairview St. 

Roslindale Ma. 02131 
Evans Frank 31 Fairoaks Lane Cohasset Ma. 

02025 
Everett Donna 69E Shaw St. Braintree Ma. 02184 
Eyges Cary M. 10 Beechwood Lane Kensington 

Ct. 06037 
Faber Steven D. 136 Beverly Rd. Chestnut Hill 

Ma. 02167 
Fain Lauren P. 405 South Ave. Weston Ma. 

02193 
Falcione Dorothy E. 17 Old Pottery Lane Norwell 

Ma. 02061 
Famulari Angela 85 Damon Ave. Holbrook Ma. 

02343 
Famulari Frank 85 Damon Ave. Holbrook Ma. 

02343 
Farina Stephen A. 21 Thorndale Rd. Slingerlands 

N.Y. 12159 
Farrag Linda 78 So. Main St. Cohasset Ma. 

02025 
Farrell Anne M. 206 W. Harvard St. Brockton 

Ma. 02401 
Farren Kathleen A. 40 Stockbridge St. Cohasset 

Ma. 02025 
Faulkner Scott W. 177 Pleasant St. Attleboro Ma. 

02703 
Fearing William S. 35 Quincy St. Chevy Chase 

Md. 20015 
Feeney Janet M. Box 246 Mechanicsville Pa. 

18934 
Feeney John M. 180 North Ave. Rockland Ma. 

02370 
Felice Alfred R. 25 Cedar Lane Sands Pt. N.Y. 

11050 
Feller Barbara A. 49 Farnham Rd. Stoughton Ma. 

02072 
Fellows Brian C. 188 Lincoln Rd. Walpole Ma. 

02081 
Fenn Michael R. 160 Crescent St. Stow Ma. 

01775 
Festner Ellen M. Rte. 138 Box 139 Golden Bridge 

N.Y. 10526 
Fink Blanche 25 Prince St. Milton Ma. 02186 
Finkel Howard J. 98 Skating Rink Rd. Hyannis 

Ma. 02601 
Fiorenza Joseph J. 277 Lowell St. Andover Ma. 

01810 



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Fischgrund David P. 832 Winchester Ave. Hillside 

N.J. 07205 
Fisher Mary P. 76 Vesey St. Brockton Ma. 02402 
Fitzgerald Thomas J. 6 Stedman St. Chelmsford 

Ma. 01824 
Fitzhenry Debra Lyn Langford Rd. Plymouth Ma. 

02360 
Flagg Andrew M. 707 Palmer Ct. Mamaroneck 

N.Y. 10543 
Flaherty Maryanne 34 Grew Hill Rd. Roslindale 

Ma. 02131 .^-■"' 

Fletcher Thomas P. 3 MacArthur Rd. Natick 

01760 
Fogg Steven S. 92 Sportsmans Hill Rd. Madison 

Ct. 06443 
Foley Mark P. 26 Spruce Rd. Watertown Ma. 

02172 
Forbes Brian J. 176 King St. Hanson Ma. 02341 
Foster David S. Oak Drive Northford Ct. 06472 
Freedman Howard M. 2 Concord Ave. 

Plattsburgh N.Y. 12901 
Frei Alice C. 665 Clapboardtree St. Westwood 

Ma. 02090 
French Deborah A. 29 Birchcroft Rd. Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Friedman Rhonda M. 35 Gillooly Dr. Warwick 

R.I. 02888 
Fucillo Michael W. 352 Huntington Ave. Hyde 

Park Ma. 02136 
Furey Jane E. 21 Lakeridge Rd. Matawan N.J. 

07747 
Futransky Jane J. 46 Nelson Dr. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Gadway Mary E. 26 Rockland St. Melrose Ma. 

02176 
Galanis Michael J. 537 Nahatan St. Norwood 

Ma. 02062 
Gallagher John 99 Adams St. Milton Ma. 02187 
Gallagher Donna 27 Willow St. Waltham Ma. 

02154 
Gallagher Robert J. 19 Dow Rd. W. Roxbury Ma 

02132 
Gallant Mary E. 24 Ryder Rd. Weymouth Ma. 

02190 
Ganci Susan 203 Common St. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Gardner John W. 109 Barham Ave. Quincy Ma. 

02171 
Garrity Lauren 11 Colby St. Needham Ma. 02192 
Garrity Stephen 1 1 Colby St. Needham Ma. 

02192 
Garvey Suzanne C. Hillside Terrace Merrimack 

N.H. 03054 
Gately Elaine 4 Greenbriar Rd. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Gaud Raymond 138 Grove Ave. Wilmington Ma. 

01887 
Gaudette Michele 187 Raymond Hall Dr. North 

Attleboro Ma. 02760 
Gavigan Karen 9 Lehan St. Canton Ma. 02021 
Gelman Gretchen D. 28 Rayfield Rd. Westport 

Ct. 06880 
Gelineau Mary Lou 33 Maple Ave. Medford Ma. 

02155 
Genovario Diane 421 Columbus Ave. Trenton N.J 

08629 
George Peter S. 20 Bernard Rd. Woburn Ma. 

01801 
Geraghty Jane 42 Floral St. Newton Hghlnd Ma. 

02161 
Gerarde Gregory V. 40A Cutter St. Melrose Ma. 

02176 
Gerbutavich Brian K. 203 K St. So. Boston Ma. 

02127 



Geronaitis James 31 Lawrence Rd. Halifax Ma. 

02338 
Geryk Frances 119 Pine St. Florence Ma. 01060 
Gibavic Eva B. Rattlesnake Gutter Rd. Leverett 

Ma. 01054 
Gilbert Elwin R D 1 Herkimer New York 13350 
Gilbert Frank J. 5 Magnolia Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Gillaspy Eva M. 359 Neponset St. Norwood Ma. 

02062 
Gillen Katherine M. 2 Gateshead St. New 

Hartford N.Y. 13413 
Gillis Bernadette 126 Audubon Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Gillis Elizabeth Old Scituate Lghthse Scituate 

Ma. 02066 
Gillis William R. 41 Lothrop Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Gitlitz Karen S. Midland Dr. Colchester Ct. 

06415 
Giunta Diana 33 Cummings Ave. Quincy Ma. 

02170 
Given Donna Z. 425 Canton Ave. Milton Ma. 

02187 
Gleason Bridget M. 82 Hartwell Rd. W. Hartford 

Ct. 06117 
Glenn Elizabeth 154 Franklin St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Glennon Stephen P. 181 Whiting Ave. Dedham 

Ma. 02026 
Gobbi Joseph M. 285 Lexington St. East Boston 

Ma. 02128 
Gochis William M. 14 Wildwood St. Burlington 

Ma. 01803 
Gold Dianne 59 Barry Rd. Manchester Ct. 06040 
Goldberg Israel 67 Sierra Rd. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Goldberg Jane 92 Meadow Lane Lawrence N.Y. 

11559 
Goldberg Mary 67 Sierra Rd. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Goldenberg Marsha R. 138 Robin Rd. West 

Hartford Ct. 06119 
Goldenberg Sandi L. E. 62 Fern PI. Paramus N.J. 

07652 
Goldman Marsha H. 105 Goldman Rd. Stoughton 

Ma. 02072 
Goldman Robert P. 161 Landford Dr. Elmont 

N.Y. 11003 
Goldmeier Sharon J. 1 1 Lawson Lane Great Neck 

N.Y. 11023 
Goldrick Thomas D. 6 Fifth Ave. Scituate Ma. 

02066 
Goldstein Gladys G. 20 Ames Ct. Sharon Ma. 

02067 
Goldstein Stephanie 2 Fairway Dr. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Goodman David R. 8 Tuxedo Dr. Livingston N.J. 

07039 
Goodman Kristine 35 Central St. Winchester Ma. 

01890 
Gorgone John 55 Cresent St. Waltham Ma. 02154 
Gorman James M. 9 Pinedale Lane Canton Ma. 

02021 
Gosselin Suzanne J. 50 Bridge St. Topsham Me. 

04086 
Goudy Margaret 29 Hawkins St. E. Weymouth 

Ma. 02189 
Goulart Edward J. 6 Rindge Terr. Cambridge Ma. 

02140 
Gould Kristine 107 Medford St. Maiden Ma. 

02148 
Grable William 55 Ridlon Rd. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 



Granskie Linda M. 81 Sixth St. Norwood Ma. 

02062 
Graves Celine 166 Livoli Ave. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Grays Karen Y. 235 Hoyt St. Brooklyn N.Y. 

11217 
Green Bette L. 90 Gary Rd. Needham Ma. 02194 
Green Sandra E. 98 Capen St. Milton Ma. 02187 
Greene Anthony R. 127 East 78th St. New York 

N.Y. 10021 
Greer Frances 16 Heritage Hill Marshfield Ma. 

02050 
Gregson Patricia L. 4 Summit St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Griffin Mary 35 Old Morton St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Griffin Susan 60 Lorraine Rd. Westwood Ma. 

02090 
Grosvenor Donald G. Pare Camille Amelil Rue 

Marichal juin Cannes France 
Crush Pamela S. 18 Wilson St. S. Hadley Ma. 

01075 
Gutner Robin S. 15 Douglas Cir. Rye NY. 10580 
Gutterman Lynne Ann 35 Marcus Rd. Sharon 

Ma. 02067 
Guzik Barbara A. 36634 Gilchrist Westland Mi. 

48185 
Gwyn Sandy 78 Granite PI. Milton Ma. 02186 
Hackey Mark K. 57 Gale St. Waltham Ma. 

021154 
Hafer Helen J. 956 Brush Hill Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Hagen Gladys 4 Ontario Dr. Hudson Ma. 01749 
Hahn Lora S. 49 Lorimer Ave. Providence R.I. 

02906 
Hallett Elaine C. 44 Indian Hill Rd. Medfield 

Ma. 02052 
Hallinan Joseph B. 78 Baldwin Farms So. 

Greenwich Ct. 06830 
Hallisey Patricia F. 56 Derby St. W. Newton Ma. 

02165 
Hamilton Don W. 9 Harrison St. Somerville Ma. 

02143 
Hamlet John W. 160 Waldemar Ave. East Boston 

Ma. 02128 
Hanley Colleen A. 26 Rosewood Ave. S. Attleboro 

Ma. 02703 
Hannigan John A. R.F.D. 2 Auburn Me. 04210 
Hannigan Patricia M. R.F.D. 2 W. Auburn Me. 

04210 
Hannigan Susan L. Eastern Nazarene Col. Quincy 

Ma. 02170 
Hannon Jane 4 Mathaurs St. Milton Ma. 02186 
Harden Joelyn A. 6 Wickford Ave. Trenton N.J. 

08618 
Hardoon Iris 61 SOI Rachakrul Off Paholyotin 

Rd. Bangkok Thailand 
Hardy Janet 39 Sunflower Rd. Holbrook Ma. 

02343 
Hargreaves Edward C.J. 36 Blueberry Hill 

Dedham Ma. 02026 
Harmer Donald W. P.O. Box 116 Whitman Ma. 

02382 
Harrigan Eugene J. 1347 Mass. Ave. Lexington 

Ma. 02173 
Harrington Patrick S. 22 Halsey Rd. Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
Harrington Verna 685 Highland St. Marshfield 

Ma. 02059 
Harrison Leslie H. 30 Dale St. Medfield Ma. 

02052 
Harrison Thomas N. 100 Frankland Road 

Ashland Ma. 01721 
Harrow Shirley 62 Bay St. Quincy Ma. 02169 



Harte Patricia M. Linden Lane Mt. Kisco N.Y. 

10549 
Harvey John B. Shagbark Rd. Norwalk Ct. 06854 
Haskell Nancy L. 630 Gorwin Dr. Hanson Ma. 

02341 
Hassard Thomas J. 18 Stardust Dr. Warren N.J. 

07060 
Hassett John 861 Hoffman St. Elmira N.Y. 14905 
Hastings Mary B. 1 1 Ellison Ave. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Hatch Whitney B. 354 Towne House Rd. Fairfield 

Ct. 06430 
Havens Sarah 53 Enslin Rd. Needham Ma. 02192 
Haynes Janet S. 165 Hingham St. Rockland Ma. 

02370 
Healey Ann 209 Lazell St. Hingham Ma. 02043 
Healey Harry 209 Lazell St. Hingham Ma. 02043 
Heapes Joyce P. 7 Spring Lane Hingham Ma. 

02043 
Heier Meryl 2415 Bay Rd. Sharon Ma. 02067 
Heim Abigail M. 38 Bear Mt. Rd. Ridgefield Ct. 

06877 
Heitin Gladys 10 Longmeadow Drive Canton Ma. 

02021 
Hemenway David K. 1515 V.F.W. Parkway W. 

Roxbury Ma. 02132 
Hemingway Kathleen M. 391 Broad St. 

Weymouth Ma. 02188 
Hennessy Marguerite H. 14 Bateswell Rd. 

Dorchester Ma. 02124 
Hennessy Ruth L. 14 Bateswell Rd. Dorchester 

Ma. 02124 
Hendrix Duane A. 54 Franklin St. Whitman Ma. 

02382 
Henel Jeffrey L. 86 Eddy Lane Orchard Pk. N.Y. 

14127 
Henningson John J. 10 Tara Rd. Southboro Ma. 

01772 
Herlihy Jonathan H. 48 Windsor St. Milton Ma. 

02187 
Herling Joyce L. 92 Surrey Dr. New Rochelle 

N.Y. 10804 
Herstad Nancy 17 Lincoln St. Hingham Ma. 

02043 
Hesslein John B. 3 Bishop Dr. Fayetteville N.Y. 

13066 
Hewitt Sara M. 236 Park St. New Canaan Ct. 

06840 
Hickey John J. 22 Cavanagh Rd. No. Sciatuate 

Ma. 02060 
Hill Barbara S. 42 West Ridge Dr. Sharon Ma. 

02067 
Hilton Kent L. 248 Dixwell Ave. New Haven Ct. 

06511 
Hilyard Frederica 60 Barouche Dr. Marshfield 

Ma. 02050 
Hines John S. 99 Border Rd. Needham Ma. 

02192 
Hogan Amanda 31 Constitution Rd. Lexington 

Ma. 02173 
Hogan Debbie 59 Gulliver St. Milton Ma. 02186 
Hogan Paula A. 49 Puritan Rd. Pembroke Ma. 

02359 
Holbrook Richard J. 74 Endicott St. Congers 

N.Y. 10920 
Holliday Mayfield H. 54 Perrin St. Roxbury Ma. 

02119 
Hollis Susan 352 Waltham St. West Newton Ma. 

02165 
Holman Charles B. 2810 N. 7th St. Sheboygan 

W.L 53081 
Holmes Merilyn E. 247 So. Main St. Sharon Ma. 

02067 
Holmes Muriel M. 101 Chestnut St. Stoughton 



Ma. 02072 
Holt Sheila 14 Brae Burn Rd. Milton Ma. 02186 
Holzmann Ruth N. 1 Parkwood Dr. Burnt Hills 

N.Y. 12027 
Homans Helenty E. 28 State St. Boston Ma. 

02109 
Hopewood Carolyn 16 Worcester Pk. Ave. 

Falmouth Ma. 02540 
Hopping Norman R. 10 High St. Ipswich Ma. 

01938 
Hordes Robert L. 222 W. Hartsdale Ave. 

Hartsdale N.Y. 10530 
Horn Peter B. 48 Willard Grant Rd. Sudbury Ma 

01776 
Housley Jerilynn K. 288 Woodland Dr. Hanover 

Ma. 02339 
Howard Emilie E. 160 Fuller St. Dorchester Ma. 

02124 
Howe Mary E. 37 Country Lane Sharon Ma. 

02067 
Howes Leonard E. 67 Bradford Rd. Hanover Ma. 

02339 
Hubbard Rosa E. 38 Horman St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Huegel Kenneth J. 1 1 Albion Ct. Rockland Ma. 

02370 
Humphreys Lillian M. 24 Atlantic Ave. Cohasset 

Ma. 02025 
Hunt Joseph J. 1 Kirby Dr. Canton Ma. 02021 
Hunter Karen L. 59 Richdale Rd. Needham Ma. 

02192 
Hurley Rita M. 15 McKone St. Neponset Ma. 

02122 
Hutchinson Robert G. 79 Winslow Cem Rd. 

Marshfield Ma. 02050 
lannotti Angela M. 589 Dyer Ave. Cranston R.L 

02920 
Uteris Michael 29 St. Gregory St. Dorchester Ma 

02124 
Imhoff Sondra J. 78 Winthrop Rd. Apt. 2 

Brookline Ma. 02146 
Indiveri John G. 21 Gate View Dr. Greenwich Ct 

06830 
lorio Stephen M. 201 Berwyn PI. Lawrence N.J. 

08648 
Jacobson William L. 64 McLean St. Wellesley 

Ma. 02181 
Jaye Regina 6 Oakridge Dr. No. Easton Ma. 

02356 
Jeffords Priscilla R. 775 Mawman Rd. Lake Bluff 

II. 60044 
Jenks Jacqueline 777 Randolph Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Jenks Laurie E. 137 No. Hoosac Rd. 

Williamstown Ma. 01267 
Jennings Clefus L. 267 Center St. Boston Ma. 

02130 
Jennings Emily M. 2 Kathryn Lane Canton Ma. 

02021 
Johnson Christie B. 62 Middlesex Turnpike 

Burlington Ma. 01803 
Johnson Corrinne A. 10 Bowen Rd. Rockland Ma 

02370 
Johnson Jacklyn L. 196 Turnpike St. So. Easton 

Ma. 02375 
Johnson Judith 41 Wheeler Cir. Stoughton Ma. 

02072 
Johnson Kenneth C. 234 Granite Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Johnson Mark T. 20 South St. Concord N.H. 

03301 
Johnson Sharon L. 10 Arbor St. Wenham Ma. 

01984 
Johnson Timothy W. 30 Pinecrest Rd. W. 



Bridgewater Ma. 02379 
Jones Christine Marie 79 Rawson Rd. Wollaston 

Ma. 02170 
Jones Sally F. 181 Woodridge Cir. New Canaan 

Ct. 06840 
Jordan Bret M. 4100 Canterbury Way Temple 

Hills Md. 20031 
Jordan Lori A. 7 McDevitt Rd. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Joyce Eileen 31 Highland Dr. Pembroke Ma. 

02359 
Joyce Maridith 647 Pleasant St. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Joyce Theresa 47 Maple St. Milton Ma. 02186 
Kadar Anita V. 1065 Park Ave. New York N.Y. 

10028 
Kalt Martin R. 924 Cranford Ave. No. Woodmere 

N.Y. 11581 
Kamp Bonnie Gail 329 Edwards Dr. Fayetteville 

N.Y. 13066 
Kanudsen Kathleen 352 Waltham St. West 

Newton Ma. 02165 
Kaplan Louis C. 23 London Terrace New 

Rochelle N.Y. 10804 
Karsh Anne E. 142 Pleasant St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Kaschuluk Lisa M. 413 Atlantic Ave. Westerly 

R.I. 02891 
Kasper Karla 69 Wilbur St. Waltham Ma. 02154 
Katz Debra L. 39 Grand Ave. Newburgh N.Y. 

12550 
Kaunfer David E. 65 Bishop Rd. Sharon Ma. 

02067 
Kayman Deborah J. 25 Kahler Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Kean Elizabeth A. 254 Munro Blvd. Valley 

Stream N.Y. 11581 
Keaney Joseph B. 35 Edison Ave. Dedham Ma. 

02026 
Keating Kevin G. 39 Hawthorn Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Keats Matthew M. 834 Lincoln Ave. Winnetka II. 

60093 
Keats Wade S. 834 Lincoln Ave. Winnetka II. 

60093 
Keaveney Josephine E. 76 Oakdale Ave. Dedham 

Ma. 02026 
Keller Michelle 63 Verchild St. Quincy Ma. 02169 
Kelley Harold G. 543 Brook Rd. Milton Ma. 

02187 
Kelley Marie 110 Edgemere Rd. W. Roxbury Ma. 

02132 
Kelley Michael J. 64 Carnegie St. Manchester 

N.H. 03104 
Kelly Alice F. 51 Beacon Circle Milton Ma. 

02186 
Kelly Gael 2 Huntington Ave. Plainville Ma. 

02762 
Kelly Joseph R. 19 Badger Rd. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Kennedy Joseph M. 48 Seagirt Ave. Saugus Ma. 

01906 
Kenney Charles C. 27 Wedgemere Rd. W. 

Roxbury Ma. 02132 
Kenney Richard P. Jr. W2 5 Panther Valley 

Hackettstown N.J. 07840 
Keogan Jami A. 15 Pam Bar Rd. Huntington Ct. 

06484 
Keough Mary 7 Pagoda St. Milton Ma. 02186 
Keresey Mary T. 735 Hi Mount Rd. Palm Beach 

Fl. 33480 
Kildahl Karl H. 9 Circle Rd. Scarsdale N.Y. 

10583 
Killion James E. 254 So. Main St. Cohasset Ma. 



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02025 
King Charles Frederic 9 Bailey Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
King Ellen M. 112 Sea Ave. Quincy Ma. 02169 
King Laura 408 York St. Canton Ma. 02021 
King Linda L. 408 York St. Canton Ma. 02021 
Kingsbury Elizabeth A. 39 Grove Hill Rd. 

Guilford Ct. 06437 
Kirchdorfer Patricia 42 Vernon St. Brookline Ma. 

02146 
Kirk James A. 21 Otis St. Bedford Ma. 01730 
Kisiel Helen 64 Bates Rd. Watertown Ma. 02172 
Kitterman William T. 9 Pine Tree Dr. Branford 

Ct. 06405 
Klane Bonnie Dee 36 Colburn Dr. Sharon Ma. 

02067 
Klump Mary 55 Elmwood Pk. Wollaston Ma. 

02171 
Knight Charlotte E. Fiske Hill Rd. Sturbridge 

Ma. 01566 
Kodad Marilyn J. 17 Village Rd. Brockton Ma. 

02403 
Kohak Frances M. 218 Gardner St. Hingham Ma. 

02043 
Kolz Douglas G. 1 24 Rogers Dr. Stoughton Ma. 

02072 
Krebs James P. 8 Melbourne St. Dorchester Ma. 

02124 
Krivi Robert E. 10 Skyline Dr. Apt. 9 Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Krous Ellen L. 7 Lincolnshire Dr. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Kruger Kim E. 18 Old Farm Lane Attleboro Ma. 

02703 
Kuniholm Richard H. 27 Riverglen Rd. Wellesley 

His. Ma. 02181 
LaCorne Brenton 7 Wheatland Ave. Dorchester 

Ma. 02124 
Lampert Jeffrey L. 31 Colonial Dr. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Lancaster Richard H.J. 68 Columbia Ave. 

Brunswick Me. 0401 1 
Landy David S. 5 Fairfax Dr. Andover Ma. 01810 
Langlois Alexandra 24 Wyndmere Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Langlois David E. 48 Walter St. Chicopee Ma. 

01013 
Lapcharoen Tanapat 1906 23rd St. Washington 

D.C. 20008 
Lapides Elaine D. 46 Marion St. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Lapidus Mark 1 1 27 Cumberland Rd. Abington 

Pa. 19001 
Lawrence Lillian 21 Suppale Rd. Dorchester Ma. 

02121 
Leach Steven D. 9 Colonial Way Scituate Ma. 

02066 
Leary Virginia 56 Highland St. Canton Ma. 02021 
Lebovitz Cecilia A. 87 Highland St. Avon Ma. 

02322 
Lederman Steven E. 57 Southern Way Princeton 

N.J. 08540 
Leeder Celia 10 Blueberry Hill Rd. Weston Ma. 

02193 
Lemos Carole J. 607 Summer St. Arlington Ma. 

02174 
Lenson Evan P. 601 Walnut St. Newton Ma. 

02160 
Leonard Mark W. 1139 Washington St. Whitman 

Ma. 02382 
Leopardi Carol A. 8 Louds Ave. Weymouth Ma. 

02188 
Leslie John S. 30 Brookside Terr. No. Caldwell 

N.J. 07006 



Lespasio Mark A. 19 Fillmore St. So. Weymouth 

Ma. 02190 
Lettire Nicholas A. 969 Highland Ave. Pelham 

N.Y. 10803 
Levenson Everett L. 200 Hoffman Ave. Cranston 

R.L 02920 
Levie Stephen A. Edgewood Rd. Gloucester Ma. 

01930 
Levine Jeffrey A. 348 Central Ave. Apt. C6 

Scarsdale N.Y. 10583 
Levine Eleanor L. 100 Pelham Rd. New Rochelle 

N.Y. 10805 
Levitan David A. 249 Homer St. Newton Ctr. 

Ma. 02159 
Lewis Saul B. 510 Solano Prado Coral Gables Fl. 

33156 
Lewis Timothy B. 232 Linden Lane Glen Head 

L.L N.Y. 11545 
Libbey Rene 44 Vautrimot Ave. Hull Ma. 02045 
Lichtenberg Ann S. 6256 Clearwood Rd. Bethesda 

Md. 20034 
Little Gregory A. 138 Forest St. Montclair N.J. 

07042 
Litton Scott M. Curry College Milton Ma. 02186 
LoCicero Marie P. 32 Station St. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Locke Patricia A. 230 N. Washington St. Norton 

Ma. 02766 
LoConte Joseph A. 52 Eutaw St. E. Boston Ma. 

02128 
Logue Joanne M. 240 Old Oaken Bucket Norwell 

Ma. 02061 
Lombreglia Patricia A. 11 Puddingstone Rd. 

Morris Plains N.J. 07950 
Long Rupert Y. 196 Highgate St. Needham Ma. 

02192 
Looney Diane E. 155 Oak St. Needham Ma. 

02192 
Lota Ann Marie 35 Glencoe St. Brighton Ma. 

02135 
Loughlin Mary J. 40 Hillsdale St. Dorchester Ma 

02124 
Love Thomas A. 14 McLaren Rd. So. Darien Ct. 

06820 
Luca Cynthia A. 403 No. Fulton Ave. Mt. Vernon 

N.Y. 10552 
Lucas Ruth S. 10577 Flatlands 7th St. Brooklyn 

N.Y. 11236 
Lucchetti Mario L. 21 Green St. Newton Ma. 

02158 
Lukosi Carol A. 71 Farrar Ave. Boston Ma. 

02136 
Lunghino Derek W. 1 Cockenoe Dr. Westport Ct. 

06880 
Luongo Ben Arthur 142 Whitewood Rd. 

Westwood Ma. 02090 
Luukkonen Tuija 533 Harland St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Lydon Elizabeth A. 165 Emerson St. So. Boston 

Ma. 02127 
Lynch Glenda O. 17 Verrill St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Lynch Patricia A. 11 Birchbrow Ave. No. 

Weymouth Ma. 02191 
Macary Francis X. 82 Charlevoux St. Waterbury 

Ct. 06706 
MacDonald Robin L. 112 Harding St. Medfield 

Ma. 02052 
MacGillivray June M. 34 Tower Rd. Hingham 

Ma. 02043 
Macierowski Catherine 629 Dorchester Ave. So. 

Boston Ma. 02127 
MacLean Sandra 14 Karol Rd. Norton Ma. 02766 
MacPhee Roberta 116 Harvard St. Newton Ma. 



02158 
Magee Lana C. 28 Mascoma St. Wollaston Ma. 

02170 
Mahoney Michael J. 20 Weston Lane Smithlown 

N.Y. 11787 
Mahoney Michael L. 29 Frost Ave. E. Brunswick 

N.J. 08816 
Majsak Stephen F. 23 Washington St. Plainville 

Ct. 06062 
Mallinson Todd S. 31 Great Rd. Maynard Ma. 

01754 
Malloy Jane M. 7 Summit Dr. Hingham Ma. 

02043 
Maloney Jeri Ann 69 Hillside Rd. Dedham Ma. 

02026 
Maloney Kathleen N. 21 Shawmut Ave. Wayland 

Ma. 01778 
Mann Lois 11 Northwood Dr. Walpole Ma. 02081 

Marag Georgia K. 14 Pauline St. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Markin Joan M. 24 Sycamore St. Glastonbury Ct. 

06033 
Markley Gretchen A. 30 Canterbury Dr. Sudbury 

Ma. 01776 
Marks Amy R. 9 Eton Dr. No. Caldwell N.J. 

07006 
Marks Larry 256 Last St. E. Walpole Ma. 02032 
Marshall Harry 6 University Rd. Cambridge Ma. 

02138 
Marshall Jean 427 River St. Norwell Ma. 02061 
Marshall Kevin M. 34 Bryden Place Ridgewood 

N.J. 07450 
Martin Megan E. 47 Raf Ave. Needham Ma. 

02192 
Massiah Trevor N. 143 N. Fullerton Ave. 

Montclair N.J. 07042 
Mastromatteo Charlott 10 Woodlawn St. Dedham 

Ma. 02026 
Matthews Richard P. 115 Smith Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Matsil Ronnie Jane 11 5th Ave. New York N.Y. 

10003 
Matthews Stephen G. 100 Linwood St. Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
May Kathleen M. 41 Hitchcock Lane Old 

Westbury N.Y. 11568 
May Susan E. P.O. Box 441 Canaan Ct. 06018 
Mayer Marybeth 81 Alden St. Dedham Ma. 

02026 
Mayers Linda P. 1 1 3 Chapman St. Watertown 

Ma. 02172 
Mayer William H. 48 Summit St. Apt. 10 Keene 

N.H. 03431 
Maynard Abbie 38 Pleasant St. Fairhaven Ma. 

02719 
Maynard Susan L. 326 King St. Cohasset Ma. 

02025 
Mayo Barbara R. 391 Mill Road Hewlett N.Y. 

11557 
McAndrews Dorothy T. 63 Squanto Rd. No. 

Weymouth Ma. 02191 
McAuliffe Edith E. 222 Blue Hill Ave. Milton 

Ma. 02187 
McAuliffe Linda J. 85 Fairhill Dr. Westfield N.J. 

07090 
McCarriston Dana H. 212 Chestnut St. Brookline 

Ma. 02146 
McCarthy Ellen M. 31 Tacoma St. Boston Ma. 

02136 
McCarthy Judith A. 6 West Side Rd. Milton Ma. 

02187 
McCarthy Christina 29 Marilyn Rd. Scituate Ma. 

02066 




McCarthy Mary L. 61 Walnut St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
McCauley Brian J. 39 Copeland St. Watertown 

Ma. 02172 
McConarty Linn 138 Pleasant St. Framingham 

Ma. 02701 
McCracken Peter T. 270 Farm Lane Westwood 

Ma. 02090 
McDonnell Matthew J. 67 Elsinore St. Concord 

Ma. 01742 
McEntee Bruce W. 135 Whitehall Blvd. Garden 

City N.Y. 11530 
McGinnity Ronald R.J. 30 Woodland Rd. Scituate 

Ma. 02066 
McGinnity Steven H. Mill Run Rd. Boxford Ma. 

01921 
McGowan Jeanne M. 9 Lafield St. Dorchester 

Ma. 02122 
McGowan Patricia M. Old Coach Rd. R.F.D. 3 

Concord N.H. 03301 
McGrath Virginia A. 130 Wilson Ave. Wollaston 

Ma. 02170 
Mclnerney Maura C. 99 Woodland Rd. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
McKenney Lynn A. 33 Perry Ave. Whitman Ma. 

02382 
McLaughlin Glenn F. 15 Dayton St. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
McLean Margaret M. 339 Ocean Ave. 

Marblehead Ma. 01945 
McLean Stephen A. 4 Carrolton St. Salem Ma. 

01970 
McLeod Fay M. 67 Fullers Lane Milton Ma. 

02186 
McMahon Suzanne G. 112 Surplus St. Duxbury 

Ma. 02332 
McMuUen Marjorie A. 8 Lake Shore Dr. 

Hopkinton Ma. 01748 
McMullin Scott P. 20 Highland Ave. Waterville 

Me. 04901 
McNamara Linda M. 52 Woodruff Rd. Walpole 

Ma. 02081 
McNeill Patricia A. 14 Moss St. Pawcatuck Ct. 

02891 
McShane Helga R. 7 Heritage Lane Natick Ma. 

01760 
Meade Thomas J. 41 Commercial St. Marblehead 

Ma. 01945 
Meagher Susan 78 Florence Ave. Arlington Ma. 

02174 
Medeiros Rosemary 36 Blueberry Hill Dedham 

Ma. 02026 
Medwid Robert S. 146 Farnsworth St. Chicopee 

Ma. 01013 
Meehan Jeanine 67 Frothingham St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Meers Richard D. 159 Parsons St. Brighton Ma. 

02135 
Melchin Kenneth J. 61 Wendell Park Milton Ma. 

02186 
Melley Judy 296 W. Ridgewood Ave. Ridgewood 

N.J. 07450 
Mello Diane M. 21 Edward Dr. Stoughton Ma. 

02072 
Mello Jane M. 10 Patton St. No. Dartmouth Ma. 

02747 
Merenda Nancy J. 254 Dillingham Way Hanover 

Ma. 02339 
Meyer David J. 27 Cole Ter. New Rochelle N.Y. 

10801 
Miller David R. 53 Will Dr. Canton Ma. 02021 
Miller Evelyn M. 25 Longwood Ave. Brockton 

Ma. 02401 
Miller John W. 175 Chocolate Hole Virgin Islands 



00830 
Miller Mary Margaret 166 Forest Ave. New 

Rochelle N.Y. 10804 
Mills Francis X. 67 Exchange St. Rockland Ma. 

02370 
Milosh Wendy J. 145 Jonathan Rd. New Canaan 

Ct. 06840 
Miner Katherine E. 7 Laurel Hill Dr. Niantic 

Conn. 06357 
Mirabito Laura 169 Whittier Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Mirallegro John J. 273 State Rd. No. Adams Ma. 

01247 
Mitchell David M. 34 Hamilton Rd. Apt. 101 

Arlington Ma. 02174 
Mittleman Elyse F. 67 Echo Lane Larchmont 

N.Y. 10538 
Moberger Carl W. 19 Robinwood Dr. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Modestino Louis A. 84 Smith Ave. Stoughton Ma. 

02072 
Moissiy Alexander B. 10 Mt. Pleasant St. Hyde 

Park Ma. 02136 
Mondragon David A. 7 Sunset Lane Hingham 

Ma. 02043 
Monteiro David A. 169 Maravista Ave. Teaticket 

Ma. 02536 
Montifiore Mark D. 581 Leheigh Lane Woodmere 

N.Y. 11598 
Moon Shaun E. 172 Warren St. Needham Ma. 

02192 
Moore Ann Leslie 20 Crabtree Rd. Squantum Ma. 

02171 
Moore David G. 238 Summit Ave. Summit N.J. 

07901 
Morgan Charles B. Jr. 115 Booth Ave. Englewood 

N.J. 07631 
Moroney Mark A. 22 Thomas St. Burlington Ma. 

01803 
Morrissey Diane M. 9 Buckingham Rd. Quincy 

Ma. 02169 
Mott Stephanie M. 220 Woodside Dr. Hewlett 

N.Y. 11557 
Motyka Mary E. 56 Whitelawn Ave. Milton Ma. 

02187 
Moynihan Kathleen A. 7 Currier Dr. Framingham 

Ma. 01701 
Muir Frederick G. 504 North St. Greenwich Ct. 

06830 
Mullin Dorothy J. 695 Randolph St. So. 

Weymouth Ma. 02190 
Munchbach Mary L. 34 Nancy Rd. Dedham Ma. 

02026 
Muncherian David S. 7 Osceola Path Arlington 

Ma. 02174 
Murphy Anne Louise 29 Lanphier Rd. Branford 

Ct. 06405 
Murphy Joseph 75 Smith Rd. Milton Ma. 02186 
Murphy James Gerard 38 Summer St. W. 

Roxbury Ma. 02132 
Murphy Kathleen M. 401 Pine Grove Dr. 

Brockton Ma. 02401 
Murphy Tata A. 205 E. 69th St. New York N.Y. 

10021 
Murray James D. 15B Howd Ave. Branford Ct. 

06405 
Murray Joan M. 20 Osceola St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Murray Susan Ann 160 Atlantic St. No. Quincy 

Ma. 02171 
Muzio Gary R. 71 Burnham Rd. Watertown Ma. 

02172 
Myrie Eileen M. 31 Hosmer St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 



Nader Anthony M. 125 West St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Nagle Charlene M. 20 Winter St. Brockton Ma. 

02402 
Nakornthap Amarin 1906 23rd St. N.W. 

Washington D.C. 20008 
Narducci Dolores 88 Bassick Circle Stoughton 

Ma. 02072 
Nash Barbara S. 39 Plymouth Rd. Hillsdale N.J. 

07642 
Navicky Patricia 102 Cain St. Weymouth Ma. 

02351 
Negrini Ann L. 77 Business St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Neri Donna L. 81 Soundview Ave. Madison Ct. 

06443 
Neveleff Jane E. 130 Brooklawn Cir. New Haven 

Ct. 06515 
Newman Ellen G. 4 Elmore Place E. Northport 

N.Y. 11731 
Newman Judith M. 278 West St. Weymouth Ma. 

02188 
Newton Cheryl J. Outlook Ave. Cheshire Ma. 

01225 
Nichols Dorrance W. Eastern Nazerene Col. 

Quincy Ma. 02170 
Nilson Jennifer G. 223 Chamberlain St. Holliston 

Ma. 01746 
Nimberg Marjory J. 1 Briggs Pond Way Sharon 

Ma. 02087 
Nipon Leon S. 232 Tower Lane Narberth Pa. 

19072 
Noonan Joseph F. 23 Linda Ave. Framingham 

Ma. 01701 
O Brien Robert J. Jr. 7 Pine Cone Rd. Canton 

Ma. 02021 
O Connor Ellen 148 Cambo St. Brockton Ma. 

02401 
O Connell Patricia M. 1 Burdsall Dr. Port Chester 

N.Y. 10573 
O Connor Kevin G. 1051 Orange Ctr. Rd. Orange 

Ct. 06477 
O Connor Kevin M. 10 White Oak Lane 

Woodbridge Conn. 06525 
O Connor Joan W. 1 Mohawk Rd. Canton Ma. 

02021 
O Connor Paula 1 1 Ellwood St. Charlestown Ma. 

02129 
O Donnell Kathleen M. Tannenbaum Way 

Tannersville Pa. 18372 
Odymosu Ayodeji A. 2 Oluwa Court Isale Eko 

Lagos Nigeria 
O Hara James F. Jr. 49 Redin Dr. E. 

Longmeadow Ma. 01028 
O Keefe Janice 20 Waban Rd. Quincy Ma. 02169 
Oliveira Lawrence W. 106 Spring St. New 

Bedford Ma. 02740 
Olmedi Susan E. 57 Pleasant St. Wellesley Ma. 

02181 
Olsen Karen G. 389 Highland Ave. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
O Malley Geoffrey 56 Mingo St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
O Meara Ann 34 Thompson Lane Milton Ma. 

02186 
O Neil Virginia E. 200 Springs Rd. Bedford Ma. 

01730 
O Neil Janet Marie 46 Weston Ave. Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Oppenheim Heather 107 Highland Milton Ma. 

02186 
Orifice Sarah 136 Chaffee Ave. Waltham Ma. 

02154 
O Sullivan Michael P. 40 Ocean Ave. N. 




Weymouth Ma. 02191 
Owens Valerie P.O. Box 698 Boston Ma. 02120 
Pacella Victor O. 24 Preston St. Dedhatti Ma 

02026 
Pacheco Judith 272 Lafayette St. New Bedford 

Ma. 02745 
Packer Judith L. 35 Himoor Cir. Randolph Ma 

02368 
Padula Richard A. 136 Burlingame Rd. W. 

Warwick R.I. 02893 
Palladino Robert M. 1 2 Ralph St. Watertown Ma 

02172 
Palmer Valerie 33 Mt. Vernon St. Quincy Ma 

02169 
Palopoli Mary C. 43 Bicknell Hill Rd. Abington 

Ma. 02351 
Panana Joanne C. 1 8 Cassandra Rd. E. 

Weymouth Ma. 02189 
Panaro John M. 96 Prospect Ave. Maybrook N Y 

12543 
Papazian Gregory B. 1 Berkshire St. Worcester 

Ma. 01609 
Pappas Gregory J. 101 Warwick Rd. W. Newton 

Ma. 02165 
Pare Andree M. 44 Pioneer Rd. Hingham Ma 

02043 
Pare Marguerite A. 44 Pioneer Rd. Hingham Ma 

02043 
Paris Peter E. Jr. 40 Field Point Pk. Greenwich 

Ct. 06830 
Parrell Ann 319 Reedsdale Rd. Milton Ma. 02186 
Pasquale Robert 203 St. Marks PI. Mt. Kisco 

N.Y. 10549 
Pasternak Steven 34 05 High St. Fair Lawn N.J. 

07410 
Patrick Laura L. 203 Highland Ave. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Paul Matthew Slade 7 Hilltop Cir. Chappagua 

N.Y. 10514 
Pauley Robert R. Jr. 97 Larch Rd. Wenham Ma. 

01984 
PauUi Peter M. 5 Colony Rd. Westport Ct. 06880 
Pavidis Vivian 5 Elkway Ave. Norwood Ma. 

02062 
Pearce Mark R. Baxter Rd. No. Salem N.Y. 

10560 
Pearl Robin D. 50 Joyce Lane Woodbury N.Y. 

11797 
Penrod Shirley 1 5 Harlow Rd. Marshfield Ma. 

02050 
Perez Richard Jr. 72 Tuckahoe Ave. Eastchester 

N.Y. 10707 
Perkins Meredith 71 Webster St. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Perlmutter Anne 855 Amer. Legion Hwy. 

Roslindale Ma. 02131 
Perlmutter Susan E. 1 1 Mildred Rd. Newton Ctr. 

Ma. 02159 
PermPanich Supree 29 Custer St. Apt. 101 

Jamaica Plain Ma. 02130 
Perron James A. 278 Main St. Hanson Ma. 02341 
Perry Andrew A. 6 Memory Lane Croton N.Y. 

10520 
Perry David W. 21 Houston Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Perry Edward A. 258 Farm Lane Westwood Ma. 

02090 
Perry Laquita 80 Central St. Stoneham Ma. 

02180 
Peterson Paula J. 535 South St. Bridgewater Ma. 

02324 
Phillips Michelle 160 Atlantic St. Quincy Ma. 

02171 
Phillips Tracey P. 24 Linden St. Norwood Ma. 



02062 
Pickett Ann 48 Tacoma St. Hyde Park Ma 02136 
Pickett Theresa F. 1 1 Tracy Wood Rd. Caton Ma 

02021 
Pilalas Mary Ann 4 Annella Rd. Brockton Ma 

02402 
Pinnetti Paul 88 Clifford Rd. Plymouth Ma 

02360 
Pizzitola Gregory M. 733 Park Ave. N Y C N Y 

10021 
Poison Richard C. Jr. 110 Salt Rock Rd. 

Barnstable Ma. 02630 
Pond Edward F. 29 Ruggles St. Westboro Ma 

01581 
Posey Sonya 30 Bailey Stoughton Ma. 02072 
Potter Phoebe 598 Brush Hill Rd. Milton Ma 

02186 
Power Mark J. 108 Stetson St. Whitman Ma. 

02382 
Pragliola Drew L. 1 1 1 New Sprain Rd. Scarsdale 

N.Y. 10583 
Prophet Susan D. 82 Aberdeen Dr. Scituate Ma. 

02066 
Proule Alice M. 63 Whitman Ave. Whitman Ma. 

02382 
Prouty Dawn C. 16 Dennison St. Waltham Ma. 

02154 
Quinn Donna M. 102 Hamilton St. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Quinn Michael J. 249 Central St. Holliston Ma. 

01746 
Race Patrick M. 19 Fenner St. Cazenovia N.Y. 

13035 
Raffael Michael S. 45 Eustis Ave. Wakefield Ma. 

01880 
Raffaele Margaret M. 35 Stearns Ave. Brockton 

Ma. 02402 
Raimondi William J. River St. Box 127 Kingston 

Ma. 02364 
Rakiey James M. 60 Thompson St. Maynard Ma. 

01754 
Raleigh Dawne M. 82 Samoset Ave. Quincy Ma. 

02169 
Ramsay Elizabeth A. 1177 Main St. W Wareham 

Ma. 02576 
Randon Coralie A. 568 Brush Hill Rd. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
Ravden Sidney 35 Crown Pt. Dr. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Raymond David C. 75 No. Kingshighway 

Westport Ct. 06880 
Reardon Frank 49 Johnson Terr. Rockland Ma. 

02370 
Reddy Tom 5 Madison St. Lynn Ma. 01902 
Redfield Edward Baldwin Farms So. Greenwich 

CT 06830 
Reed Mary C. 67 Montclair Ave. N Quincy Ma. 

02171 
Reegan Renee M. 17 Hampden St. Worcester Ma. 

01609 
Reich Meridith 27 Herrick Dr. Lawrence NY 

11559 
Reidy Mark B. 102 Yankee Peddler Pth. Madison 

CT 06443 
Reilly Donald 20 Rosemont Ave. Cumberland RI 

02864 
Repp David W. 544 Highland Ave. Upp 

Montclair NJ 07043 
Reynolds Gregory D. Myrick Lane Harvard Ma. 

01451 
Ricca Jo Anne 6 Quarry St. Quincy Ma. 02169 
Ricciardelli John 81 Whiting St. Lynn Ma. 01902 
Ricciardelli Nick 81 Whiting St. Lynn Ma. 01902 
Rich Jordan D. 3 Alice Rd. Randolph Ma. 02368 



Richard Lillian 161 Alvin Ave. Milton Ma. 02186 
Richmond Elizabeth L. 25 Old Cart Path Lane 

Pembroke Ma. 02359 
Riemer Lois A. 23 Oakhurst Circle Needham Ma 

02192 
Roast Robert R. 28 Terry Dr. Morristownship NJ 

07961 
Robbins Carol E. 28 Jones St. NY NY 10014 
Robbins Steven 26 Meadowview Rd. Milton Ma 

02186 
Roberts June W. 29 Howe St. Hingham Ma 

02043 
Roberts Loretta 120 Woodrow Ave. Dorchester 

Ma. 02124 
Robinson Jo Ann 18 Picker Lane N Easton Ma 

02356 
Robinson Nanette R. 10 Woodland Dr. Paxton 

Ma. 01612 
Rock Richard 306 Bunker Hill St. Charlestown 

Ma. 02129 
Rodboonpha Kongchai Royal Thai Embassy 1906 
23rd t. Students Dept. NW Washington D.C. 
20008 
Rodenbaugh Judith M, 170 Mediterrean Dr. 64 

Weymouth Ma. 02188 
Roderiques Jo Anne 128 E. Coggeshall St. 

Fairhaven Ma. 02719 
Rodman Curtis L. 14 Breton Dr. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Rodman Marilyn G. 14 Breton Dr. Canton Ma 

02021 
Rogers David C. 101 Homestead Rd. Ithaca NY 

14850 
Roman Joseph 31 Huntoon St. Dorchester Ma. 

02124 
Romanus Al 5 Albermarle St. Readville Ma. 

02136 
Ronayn Mary K. Six May St. Canton Ma. 02021 
Rose Bobby 369 Essex Ave. Gloucester Ma. 01930 
Rosoff Larry 5 Acorn Dr. Randolph Ma. 02368 
Ross Alicia M. 1 Marie Circle Burlington Ma. 

01803 
Rosser Anne L. 260 Woodward St. Waban Ma. 

02168 
Roth Virginia Ann 147 Warren Ave. Boston Ma. 

02116 
Round William H. 12 Priscilla Rd. Lynnfield Ma. 

01940 
Rowland Nancy L. 38 Colburn Rd. E Brunswick 

NJ 08816 
Rubin Dana Myra 103 Village St. Marblehead 

Ma. 01945 
Ruhl Heather 57 Drumhill Dr. Summit NJ 07901 
Rumley William W. 62 Beverly Rd. Wethersfield 

CT 06109 
Ruo Jeannette D. 410 Border St. E Boston Ma. 

02128 
Russell Ellen 16 Clifford St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Russo Paul J. 999 Hyde Park Ave. Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
Ryan Greg R. 7 Tommys Lane Darien CT 06820 
Sambuchi Terry Ann 19 Tremont St. Maynard 

Ma. 01754 
Sanders Mary L. 66 Blake St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Sandquist Delphine 33 Alfred Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Sandquist Karina 33 Alfred Rd. Milton Ma. 

02136 
Santuccio Jerry 63 Hesperus Ave. Gloucester Ma. 

01930 
Savage Stephen C. 153 Tudor Rd. Needham Ma. 
02192 



Saya James J. 59 Moseley St. Boston Ma. 02125 
Sbordon David 15 Standish Rd. Wayland Ma. 

01778 
Sbraccia Gregory J. 42 Dana Ct. Duxbury Ma. 

02332 
Schachter Scott H. 590 Holly Dale Rd. Fairfield 

CT 06430 
Schafer Jeff 2 Hathaway Rd. Marblehead M 

01945 
Schavone Roberta 42 Franklin Rd. Ashland Ma. 

01721 
Scheiner Ilene C. 320 Sprain Rd. Scarsdale NY 

10583 
Scheuer James H. Jr. (Jamie) 3525 Woodley Rd. 

N W Washington DC 20016 
Schladale Gayle 1415 Commonwealth Ave. 

Brighton Ma. 02135 
Schmidt Karen M. 7 Pleasant View Dr. Canton 

Ma. 02021 
Schultz Lawrence M. 7 Oceanside Terr. 

Swampscott Ma. 01907 
Schultz William 96 Plumb Rd. Middletown CT 

06457 
Scollins John R. 14 Grassmere Rd. Hyde Park 

Ma. 02136 
Scott Gerry V. 89A Intervale St. Dorchester Ma. 

02121 
Scott John A. 229 Rollingbrook Way Catonsville 

MD. 21228 
Scott Susan A. 115 Beilevue Rd. Squantum Ma. 

02171 
Scotti Joanne C. 80 Thorndike St. Arlington Ma. 

02174 
Searight Richard L. 590 Gilbert HWY Weston 

CT 06883 
Segal Dura 48 Nelson Dr. Randolph Ma. 02368 
Seidman Robin R. 2300 Russel St. Baltimore MD 

21230 
Seixas Jean E. 98 Fisher St. Westwood Ma. 02090 
Selznick Geri L. 63 Vine Rd. Stamford CT 06905 
Semple Paula J. 32 Winthrop Dr. Attleboro Ma. 

02703 
Senna Robert M. 558 Taunton Rd. Wyckoff NJ 

07481 
Sexton Katherine 74 Waterway St. Barrington RI 

02806 
Sequeira Joseph M. 2168 Pondfield CT Yorktown 

HTS NY 10598 
Serafini Cathy 99 Lawson Terr. Scituate Ma. 

02066 
Seymour Ann L. 237 Hudson Rd. Sudbury Ma. 

01776 
Shadduck Joe 207 South St. Athens Pa. 18810 
Shea Brian R. 112 Quincy Shore Dr. No Quincy 

Mass. 02171 
Shea Elinor 14 Orchard Rd. Scituate Ma. 02066 
Shea Mary 26 Crest Ave. Dedham Ma. 02026 
Shea Paul 71 Ganung Dr. Ossinging NY 10562 
Sheehan Maureen K. 64 Lake Wind Rd. New 

Canaan CT 06840 
Sheehy Mary A. 62 John St. No Quincy Ma. 

02171 
Shemkus Ruth 144 Lake Shore Dr. E Weymouth 

Ma. 02172 
Shepard Nanette W. Conant Rd. Lincoln Ma. 

01773 
Shepherd Richard A. 134 Pleasant St. So 

Weymoth Ma. 02190 
Shirk Peter J. 164 Washington Ave. Dobbs Ferry 

NY 10522 
Shirvani Saeid 530 Willard St. Apt. 53 Quincy 

Ma. 02169 
Shole Mary M. 68 W. Concord Apt. 53 Boston 

Ma. 02118 



Shyllon Usman N. 95 Morton Village Dr. 

Mattapan Ma. 02126 
Siegan Ilysse 65 Touraine Hull Ma. 02045 
Siegel Laurie 26 Egan Place Englewood Cliffs NJ 

07632 
Silas Sheryl A. 13 Guam Rd. Chelsea Ma. 02150 
Silk Timothy B. 181 Montross Rd. Yorktown Hts. 

NY 10598 
Silsby Marty 460 Savage Hill Rd. Berlin CT 

06037 
Silver Kim M. 93 Mansfield Ave. Norton Ma. 

02766 
Silverman Linda E. 78 Eldridge St. Waterbury CT 

06704 
Silvi Martha 70 High St. Mansfield Ma. 02048 
Simmons Lauren L. 694 East St. Brockton Ma. 

02402 
Simmons Pamela A. 305 Sound Beach Ave. Old 

Greenwich CT 06870 
Simon Janet H. 50 Roseen Rd. Holbrook Ma. 

02343 
Simon June 17 McAuliffe Rd. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Sims Laura A. 75 Readville St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Singsomboon Choosak Royal Thai Embassy 1906 

23rd St. NW Washington DC 20008 
Sinnott Joseph M. 921 Metropolitan Ave. Hyde 

Park. Ma. 02136 
Sisson Robert D. 16 Kings Rd. Canton Ma. 02021 
Slack Dorothy A. 58 Hartshorn St. W 

Bridgewater Ma, 02379 
Sloan Robert J. 211 Holly St. Cranford NJ 07016 
Slotnick Gail S. 1 Forest Ave. Randolph Ma. 

02368 
Slyman Barbara Ann 281 Wood House Rd. 

Fairfield CT 06430 
Smerlas John L. 112 Shirley Rd. Waltham Ma. 

02154 
Smillie Richard N. 169 Hollingworth St. Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Smith Cynthia A. 2164 Wilbraham St. Springfield 

Ma. 01129 
Smith Donald S. 106 Midwood Rd. Cranston Rl 

02910 
Smith Nora Marie 34 Myles Standish Dr. No 

Dartmouth Ma. 02747 
Smith Robert 34 Myles Standish Dr. No 

Dartmouth Ma. 02747 
Smythe Robert Sugar Run Rd. Compton NH 

03223 
Souter Debbie 1121 Upper James Hamilton 

Ontario Canada 1 9C 382 
Soverel James Route 41 Main St. Salisbury CT 

06068 
Sparks Vicki N. 118 Cary Ave. Milton Ma. 02186 
Speciale David c/o Allstate Ins. Co. 45 Williams 

St. Wellesley Ma. 02181 
Speich Pam Box 8313 Boston Ma. 02114 
Spinney Melissa L. Barre Rd. Wheelwright Ma. 

01094 
Stanton Joan T. 236 West Plain St. Wayland Ma. 

01778 
Stapleton Linda L. 140 Boston Rd. Southboro 

Ma. 01772 
Stephens Scott A. 19 Ingelore Court Smithtown 

NY 11187 
Sterling Richard J. 12 Schoolhouse Lane Great 

Neck NY 1 1020 
Sterling Lawrence E. 77 Elder Rd. Needham Ma. 

02194 
Stetson Scott A. 7 Western Ave. St. Johnsbury 

VT 05819 
Stevens Janet 18 Anne Ave. Brockton Ma. 02401 



Stewart Mary E. 9 Itasca St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Stiefel Steven F. 155 32 84th St. Howard BCH 

NY 11414 
Stiglitz Marilyn H. 129 Fern St. Bridgeport CT 

06606 
Stogel Sharon L. 106 Haverhill Dr. Dewitt NY 

13214 
Stohlberg Deborah 47 Moon Island Rd. Squantum 

Ma. 02171 
Stone James 60 Baskin Rd. Lexington Ma. 02173 
Stone Vicki L. 22 Leonard Rd. Lexington Ma. 

02173 
Stowell Richard S. 22 Notre Dame Rd. Bedford 

Ma. 01730 
Strempek Linda J. 57 St. James Ave. Chicopee 

Ma. 01020 
Strome Rise 212 Duxbury CT Warwick RI . 

02886 
Sudock Maurie Ellen 470 Woodbury Rd. 

Huntington NY 11743 
Sugarman Mark D. 57 Broadlawn PK W Roxbury 

Ma. 02132 Sullivan Perry M. Marcel Murad 6 

Surro Dr. Framingham Ma. 01701 
Sullivan Michael F. 20 Cliff Rd. Wellesley Ma. 

02181 
Sullivan Timothy J. 35 Eliot St. Brookline Ma. 

02167 
Sullivan Susan M. 35 Trefton Dr. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Suntrangkoon Virapong Royal Thai Embassy 1906 

23rd St. NW Washington DC 20008 
Sweener William J. 3 Avon Place Pittsfield Ma. 

01201 
Sweeney Kathleen M. 20 Fairbanks Rd. Milton 

Ma. 02186 
Sweny Susan E. 98 Toxteth St. Apt. 6 Brookline 

Ma. 02146 
Talanian Pamela 54 Old Farm Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Tarleton Jeffery L. Hillside Rd. Boxford Ma. 

01921 
Tasho Steven C. 4 Oak Ridge Dr. No Easton Ma. 

02356 
Tarvers Karen M. P.O. Box 161 No Truro Ma. 

02652 
Tavares Catherine A. 81 Skyline Dr. Apt. 12 

Braintree Ma. 02184 
Taylor Albert L. Jr. 160 Ruggles St. Boston Ma. 

02120 
Taylor Eleanor 69 Ames St. W Quincy Ma. 02169 
Taylor Michael G. 69 Moreland St. Roxbury Ma. 

02119 
Teague Lloyd A. Jr. 51 Green St. Marblehead 

Ma. 01945 
Teiner Brian H. 201 Hyslop Rd. Brookline Ma. 

02146 
Theodore Paul D. 221 Geneva Ave. Dorchester 

Ma. 02121 
Thomas Odile 101 Franklin St. Milton Ma. 02186 
Thomas Terry 5 Williams St. Canton Ma. 02021 
Thompson Craig A. 107 Whitcomb Ave. Hingham 

Ma. 02043 
Thompson Dennis 4 Curtis Rd. Scituate Ma. 

02066 
Thompson Paula 4 Curtis Rd. Scituate Ma. 02066 
Tirone Karen F. 12 Woroncoco Rd. No 

Weymouth Ma. 02191 
Tobin Maureen Ann 71 Tyler St. Hyde Park Ma. 

02136 
Todesco Cristina 42 Spofford Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Todesco Patrizia 42 Spofford Rd. Milton Ma. 

02186 



Tomasello Bob 15 Forbes Rd. Westwood Ma. 

02090 
Torres Janet C. 148 Allen St. New Bedford Ma. 

02740 
Touger Hallie E. 31 Rockwell Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Traknis Matthew L. 72 Bussey St. Dedham Ma. 

02026 
Transom David G. 1841 Harte St. Baldwin NY 

11510 
Trotsky Jay Rogers Rd. Locke Lake Rd. 1 CTR 

Barnstead NH 03225 
Tsoumas Call 533 West Elm St. Brockton Ma. 

02401 
Tucker Sarah P. 1435 Main St. No Leominster 

Ma. 01420 
Tudor Susan E. lUsley Hill W Newbury Ma 

01985 
Turesky Barbara E. 49 Highland Ave. Randolph 

Ma. 02368 
Turner Jeanne L. 8 Highland St. Gloucester Ma 

01930 
Turner Paul A. 6 Wingate Rd. Lexington Ma. 

02173 
Uckerman Estelle J. 29 Orchard Rd. Stoughton 

Ma. 02072 
Vaccaro Kenneth 26 Prince PI. Stamford CT 

06905 
Vallely Brian 92 Farwell St. Newton Ma. 02160 
Van Aken Peter F. 7 Shannon Lane Cos Cob CT 

06807 
Varrasso Mike 219 Grove St. Braintree Ma. 02184 
Vaughan Deborah A. Rivermede Fryeburg ME 

04037 
Ventura Joseph M. 428 Crawford Terr. Union NJ 

07083 
Vernon Anne Elizabeth 57 Weston Ave. Braintree 

Ma. 02184 
Vey Martin 135 Trenton Rd. Dedham Ma. 02026 
Vigoda Kim M. 55 Colbert Rd. East W Newton 

Ma. 02165 
Villa Carol 414 Highland Ave. Quincy Ma. 02170 
Villa Louis R. 278 Old Oaken Bucket Norwell 

Ma. 02061 
Villa Sandar A. 10 Oak St. Wellesley Ma. 02181 
Vince Kimberly A. 717 Henderson Rd. 
, Williamstown Ma. 01267 
Volinsky Karen Rubin 5 Wilson Court Stoughton 

Ma. 02072 
I Vuyosevich Kathleen 305 Highland St. Stoughton 

Ma. 02072 
I Wadswoth Charles Kirby c/o 12 Northgate Rd. 

Wellesley Ma. 02181 
Wall Alexandra L. 34 Heath St. Quincy Ma. 

02171 
Walsh Angela Kay 67 Granite Ave. Dorchester 

Ma. 02124 



Walsh Audrey L 15 Morton Circle Canton Ma 

02021 
Walsh Catherine E. 155 Cherry St. W Newton 

Mass. 02165 
Walsh Caroline 1380 Blue Hill Ave. Milton Ma 

02186 
Ward Joan 64 Albemarle Place Venders N Y 

10701 
Weathers Hilton 29 Donald Rd. Dorchester Ma 

02124 
Weaver Betsy 1 1 Rose Marie Lane Walpole Ma 

02081 
Weaver Adam 43 Middle St. Concord Ma. 01742 
Weaver Jeffrey T. 585 Bloomfield Ave. Apt. 38 

W Caldwell NJ 07006 
Weaver Merilyn 6 Abbot St. Dorchester Ma. 

02124 
Webb Heidi-Rachel 105 Edgewater Dr. Waltham 

Ma. 02154 
Weeks Keith L. 26 Merrill St. Boston Ma. 02021 
Wehmhoff Wayne A. 1 Wynfromere La. Westport 

Ct. 06880 
Weinstein Marcia J. 17 Stoneham Drive W 

Hartford CT 06117 
Weiss David T. 905 Bee St. No Valley STR NY 

11580 
Welch Richard 12 Centre Ave. Rockland Ma. 

02370 
Weller Elizabeth P.O. Box 285A Kennebunkport 

Me. 04046 
Wessling Kim M. 27 Enfield St. Winthrop Ma 

02152 
Wheeler Frank R. 7405 Pebble Pointe W 

Bloomfield MI 48033 ■" 

White Donna M. 63 Lynn Rd. Brockton Ma. 

02402 
Whiteside Peter J. 156 Main St. Greenwhich NY 

12834 
Wickham Barbara Ann 194 Passaic Ave. 

Livingston NJ 07039 
Wien Idis Box 4430 San Jose Costa Rica 
Wight Nancy C. 577 Atherton St. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Wiik V. Hope 79 Casey St. Norwood Ma. 02062 
Wilcott Randy 51 Chestnut St. Concord Ma. 

01742 
Williams Anita 43 Massasoit St. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Williams Cecile L. 157 E. Foxboro St. Sharon 

Ma. 02067 
Williams Ellen A. 14 Newman Dr. Easton CT 

06612 
Williams Nancy A. 245 Bellevue Rd. No Quincy 

Ma. 02171 
Williams Stephanie Grafton CTR Grafton NH 

03240 
Williams Thomas E. Box 341 Provincetown Ma. 



02657 
Wilson Kathryn M. 86 Cedar St. Braintree Ma. 

02184 
Wilson Miriam E. 395 Blue Hill Ave. Milton Ma. 

02186 
Wilson Scot C. P.O. Box 377 Falmouth Ma. 

02541 
Winard Steven E. 57 Sherwood Rd. Springfield 

NJ 07081 
Winfrey Johnie E. 64 Tennis Rd. Mattapan Ma. 

02126 
Wolinetz Barry M. 1067 Duston Rd. N 

Woodmere NY. 11581 
Wood Kathleen 33 Algonquin Rd. Canton Ma. 

02021 
Woodman Jane 274 No Main St. Concord NH 

03301 
Woodward Timothy G. 18 Jefferson Rd. Westford 

Ma. 01886 
Xifaras Lois K. 144 Hawthorn St. New Bedford 

Ma. 02740 
Yanchewski Mark S. 9 Taft Ave. Maynard Ma. 

01754 
Yasawasdi Suradech 1066 Commonwealth Ave. 

Apt. 23 Boston Ma. 02215 
Yeaton Mark 71 Valley St. Keene NH 03431 
Yerrick Barbara A. 65 Webster St. Apt. 301 

S. Weymouth Ma. 02190 
Yetz William J. 10 Clark St. Somerville Ma. 

02143 
Young James R. 162 California Ave. Freeport NY 

11520 
Young Richard J. 81 Grove St. Tenafly NJ 07670 
Yovino Helen A. 71 E. Vanston Rd. Stoughton 

Ma. 02072 
Zaccardi Robert E. 22 Parkman St. Dorchester 

Ma. 02122 
Zajkowski Jill A. East Market St. Hyde Park NY 

12538 
Zamfino Lisa E. 9 Pilgrim Dr. Greenwich CT 

06830 
Zarponi Marianne 74 Patricia Lane Weymouth 

Ma. 02190 
Zibbell Celia 541 VFW Parkway Chestnut Hill 

Ma. 02167 
Zint George M. 35 High Ridge Rd. Trumbell CT 

06611 
Zuis James J. 614 So. Main St. Sharon Ma. 

02067 
Zur Henryk Phil 6 Hyatt Lane Westport CT 

06880 
Zuzevich Donna M. 449 East 8th St. S Boston 

Ma. 02127 



the end thank god! 
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