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After many late nights, hardships, deadlines, and disagreements, the 1980 year­ book staff presents to you, Echo ’80. It isn’t at all as disasterous as it sounds; working on the yearbook was a very enjoyable and rewarding experience. This year’s staff was primarily made up of rookies, nonetheless we feel we have presented to you, the students and faculty of Rye Country Day School, the best moments of the 1979-80 school year. We thank all of the people who helped us; your time and talent was greatly appreciated. We hope you enjoy the book.

INDEX

Fall Fair 79’. . . a colorful success!

Smile!. . . you’ve got a friend.

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RULES & DETENTIONS

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LOWER SCHOOL SPORTS

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THE SENIOR CLASS

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I’ve seen your picture Your name in lights above it This is your big debut It’s like a dream come true And when you smile for the camera I know the’re gonna love it W.B.


HELLO BOCKIUS!


Artistic creations filled with per­ sonal expressions:

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posters & pectures, signs & displays, idols & lovers, mirrors & messages, and pens & pencils & papers.


DEAR FRIENDS WE SURELY ALL AGREE THERE’S ALMOST NOTHING WORSE TO SEE IS SOME REPULSIVE LITTLE BUM WHO’S ALWAYS CHEWING CHEWING GUM. IT’S ALMOST BAD AS THOSE WHO SIT AROUND A N D PICK THEIR NOSE. SO PLEASE BELIEVE US WHEN WE SAY THAT CHEWING GUM WILL NEVER PAY. THIS STICKY HABITS BOUND TO SEND A CHEWER TO A STICKY END. R.D.

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DETENTION

Student’s Name Reason for Detention

Faculty Member Detention Assignment Detention Date

CLASS OF 1980

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DETERMINED TOGETHER GATHER UP YOUR CONFIDENCE A N D NEVER EVER DOUBT THAT YOU CA N’T DO ANYTHING; JUST TRY TOGETHER YOU, YOU AN D I.

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Now let me think on this, Just a minute or two. Let me set my mind to it. Bring my thoughts to a brew. If I could only take a look. I’d know just what to do. So let me think on this. Just a minute or two.

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WHAT IS FRIENDSHIP? FRIENDSHIP IS SOMETHING EVERYBODY HAS FOR WITHOUT IT LIFE WOULD BE A SPAZ. FRIENDSHIP IS HAVING SOMEONE CARE FOR YOU. FRIENDSHIP IS SOMEONE WHO WILL CHEER YOU UP. FRIENDSHIP IS TWO COOL DUDES M AKIN’ JIVE TALK. A FRIEND IS SOMEONE WHO W ON’T EAT TOO MUCH WHEN HE’S AT YOUR HOUSE. FRIENDSHIP IS WHEN YOU LIKE SOMEONE A REAL LOT, AND YOU ALWAYS W ANT TO PLAY WITH HER. A FRIEND IS SOMEONE WHO IS ALWAYS THERE. IF YOU NEED A FRIEND CALL ME. FRIENDS ARE PEOPLE WHO W ON’T TELL ON YOU, AND WON’T BEAT YOU UP A LOT. FRIENDSHIP IS HAVING SOMEONE TO FIGHT WITH NOW AND THEN, IF YOUR FRIENDSHIP IS REAL, YOU’LL ALWAYS MAKE-UP IN THE END. A FRIEND IS SOMEONE YOU CAN TELL SECRETS TO AND THEY WON’T TELL A LOT OF PEOPLE. FRIENDS ARE PEOPLE YOU NEED MORE THAN ANYTHING IN THE WHOLE WORLD.


You just call out my name And you know wherever I am I’ll come running, to see you again. Winter, spring, summer or fall All you’ve got to do is call And I’ll be there You’ve got a friend. . . Carole King Copyright ® 1971 Colgems - EM I Music, Inc. Used By Permission. All Rights Re­ served.


The Lower School Working . . . Studying . . . Painting . . . Looking . . . Smil­ ing . . . Waving . . . Playing . . . Wondering . . . and just hav­ ing fun.

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Whenever I see your smilin’ face, I have to smile myself . . . J.T.

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WHEN WE GROW UP WILL I BE PRETTY? WILL YOU BE BIG A N D STRONG? WILL I WEAR DRESSES THAT SHOW OFF MY KNEES? WILL YOU WEAR TROUSERS TWICE AS LONG? WELL, I DON’T CARE IF I’M PRETTY AT ALL AND I DON’T CARE IF YOU NEVER GET TALL I LIKE WHAT I LOOK LIKE A N D YO U’RE NICE SMALL WE DON’T HAVE TO CHANGE AT ALL.

WHEN WE GROW UP WILL I BE A LADY? WILL YOU BE ON THE MOON? WELL, IT MIGHT BE ALL RIGHT TO DANCE BY ITS LIGHT BUT I’M GONNA GET UP THERE SOON. WELL, I DON’T CARE IF I’M PRETTY AT ALL AND I DON’T CARE IF YOU NEVER GET TALL I LIKE WHAT I LOOK LIKE A N D YOU’RE NICE SMALL WE DON’T HAVE TO CHANGE AT ALL. WHEN I GROW UP I’M GOING TO BE HAPPY AND DO WHAT I LIKE TO DO, LIKE MAKING NOISE A N D MAKING FACES AND MAKING FRIENDS LIKE YOU.

AND WHEN WE GROW UP DO YOU THINK WE’LL SEE THAT I’M STILL LIKE YOU AND YOU’RE STILL LIKE ME? I MIGHT BE PRETTY YOU MIGHT GROW TALL BUT WE DON’T HAVE TO CHANGE AT ALL. SHELLEY MILLER


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BACK ROW: Teri-Lee Foehl, Amy Laughlin, Ronaldo Bastos, David Voetsch, Andrew W iener, Ashley Sexton FR O N T ROW: Lorna Foote, Todd Pollack, Stella Los, Jonathan H ale, Alexia Allina, K atie Meckler ABSENT: Tracy Lane

BACK ROW: Rebecca Gee, M atthew Presseau, John Arredondo, Roger N orum , Lauren Sitzer, Victoria Cannon-Brookes, Alexa Raether, Katie Ross M ID D LE ROW: Melissa-Eve Rhoads, Jennifer Bernstein, Elizabeth Eaton, Kenneth Reig, M ark Miyake, Sachiko Ide F R O N T ROW : Benjamin Sawyer, Bear Coats, Michele Lallemand, Laura Schenk, Rochelle Reines

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GRADE ONE

STA N D IN G : Kim Blass, Tiffany Flik, Peter N ebauer, A ndrea Halverson, Scott Asiel, M ark Kaufmann, Jamie Sexton, Michael Ross SEATED: Jenny Janover, Elizabeth Kuter, Jonathan Levine, Desiree Goldfinger, Nicky Smith, Andrew Farnsworth, Karen Brimberg

STA N D IN G : Elyssa Silbert, Jodi N am m ar, Jessica Cohn, Peter Jenkins, Jared Cooper, Kimberly Evers, Jennifer Mancuso, Roger LaLLem and SEATED: Jerem y Goldberg, Thomas Holmes, Diana Clark, Loweli Bernann, Karen Armstrong, Steven Paredes, Gregory Weiss

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BACK ROW: Peter Resnick, Edward Arredondo, Lucien Foster, Alexander Solomon, Pamela Kane, Jennifer Cohen, Chad Loizeaux FR O N T ROW: Parker Schweich, Evan W aite, George Capus, Jamison Panoff, Kristin Antush

BACK ROW: Daniel Glennon, Eric Nerenberg, Steven Gerkit, R obert Wetenhall, M ID D LE ROW: Rebecca Kanner, Wolfram Schenk, Tanya Allina, Naomi Meckler, Ichiro Ide, Stanley Jacobs, F R O N T ROW: Cynthia Paredes, Kate Bostock, N orm a Gaunt, Charles Murphy, Kimberly Foote

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GRADE THREE

BACK ROW: Andrea M iralia, Patricia Zock, Jennifer Gans, H ilary Sweeny M ID D LE ROW: Alexander Magaro, Andrew Borrole, Stephen M urray, Paul Benton F R O N T ROW: Gillian Saunders, David Harrison, Nina Ly Von Ruedorffa, Jennifer Porter, Stacy Hirschberg, Desiree Charles

BACK ROW: Deborah Kagan, Lisa Singer, Krystyna Krassowska, Michele Cohen, Peep Silverman, Neeco Palmer, Tristana W altz FR O N T ROW: Elissa Raether, Rebecca Chapa, Tim Silverman, M arc Toyloy, Tom Seitz, Curtis Southerland, Nick Ransom

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GRADE FOUR

STA N D IN G : Shawne Robinson, Jeffery Hawks, Larry Armstrong, Caroline d’Addario, N ina Wagle, Allison Feldman SEATED: Joshua Porter, Jonathan Sandak, Bobby Holmes, Chris Pollack, George Ross, Brad Bernstein, Julie Brimberg, Amy Schulhof, Joanna Ifrah, Melissa Barrett, Dierdra W indberg ABSENT: Jonathan Sandak

FRO N T ROW: Brian Comfort, Pamela Kanter, Alexandra Dushas, Pamela Furtsch, R upert Page, Lucy Hubbard, Jennifer Abramson, Elizabeth Stuart, M aria Los BACK ROW : Randy Ransom, Derek Sykes, Charles Fields, M ark Benerofe, Jordan Lippner, Gabriella Blanco, Alison Sheehy, Brad Gibbs

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GRADE FIVE

FRO NT ROW: Tom Halverson, Jana Pompadur, N atalie Smith, Amy Wollman, Susie Reed, Heidi Gans, Kaori Shiota M IDDLE ROW: David Williams, Steven Swank, Jeffrey Goldman, Billy M cKay, M ana Miyakawa, Katherine d’Addario BACK ROW: Peter Altman, Chris Quinson, Dean Fuchs, Tom MacBride, Karen Corrigan, Jill Nam m ar

FRONT ROW: David Strupp, Josh Cammaker, John Seitz, Taka Juba M IDD LE ROW: Billy Diamond, Nick Kappus, Jeff Goins, Kyle Flik, M ark Sellon, M att Newman, John Schwartz BACK ROW: Jennie Kahn, Posie Stone, Elizabeth Badia, Pam White, K atharina von Sandizell, Lynn Kenny, Griffith Eaton, M ichael Pisacano, Adam Feller, Will MacBride, Jimmy Tate, Jeff A raten, Timothy Blair

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GRADE SIX

FRO N T ROW: Frederick Ifrah, Alan Bedenko, Terence Burke, Andrew Handelsman, Carolyn S tuart, P.J. Freidenrich, Alyssa Sandak, Billy Press. BACK ROW: Caroline Sheehy, Simone M ittelstadt, Tarik Solangi, Derek Lippner, Alfi Kimche, Julie Eckrich, David Hosp.

FRO N T ROW: Christina Magliocco, Laura M urray, Joanna Cedar, Karen Feldman. BACK ROW : Jane Ginsberg, M artin Dockery, Jeff Sands, Daniel Kasuma, Robert Grossberg, M ark Shulof, Robert Yaffa, Robert Celona, Glen Pierson, Lili Schwimmer.

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FRO N T ROW: Minna Sahlgren, Dawn Cano, Catherine Thompson, Julia Riatti, Kim Lewis, Cathlyn Hearn. BACK ROW: Jim Neumann, Patrick O ’Brien, Billy Gilbert, Ernesto Halim, Sloan Kamenstein, Jam es Shyer, David Wey, Chris Clark. ABSENT: Andrew Goldfarb.

FRO N T ROW: Stuart Feldman, York Flik, Sotirios Dushas, Jason Ader, Michele Saunders, Nicole Caspers, Nancy Beneroffe. BACK ROW: Robert Shimer, Laurence Peredes, M ichael Kappas, M ark Hawks, Tara Solomon, Jennifer Cohen. ABSENT: William Truss

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GRADE SEVEN

FRO N T ROW: Edward Hosp, David Kleinbard. BACK ROW: M ado Miyakawa, Virginia H ubbard, Lisa Johnson, Debra Gans, Dana McGowan, Shery Holmes, Anne M arie M aagliocco, David Gips, Richard Lipsey, Daniel Leon, James Lowy, Michael Goldman, Andrew Goldman.

FRO N T ROW: Eric Brahms, James Diamond, Adam Friedman, M ichael Christie, Larry Furtch, Pete Cummin. TOP ROW; Sofi Dillof, Steffi Feldman, Joan Dalsheim, Kim Armstrong, Laura Furth, Robin Forester, Beth Corrigan, Jessica Davis, Ann Edmiston, Camille Armstead, M arca Armstrong.

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GRADE SEVEN

FRO N T ROW: M argot Schacht, Hilary Smith, M arcia Schlanger, M iriam Slazer, Kerri M cCarthy, Andrea Robinson, Tania Salgar, Anne Rosenau, Christon Pisacano, Michele Sands, Kathy Schwartz, Adam Freed­ man, Mike Neuman. BACK ROW: Peter Scotch, Bill Carulucci, David Russell, John Resnick, Chris Newton, David Reed.

FRIST ROW: Larry Usher, Steve Usher, Andy Seitz. SEC O N D ROW: Brad Turk, Cliff Smith. T H IR D ROW: Debbie Singer, Laila Silverstein, Nicola Von Reudorffer, Lisa Silverman, Chrissi W ood-Smith, Jessie Stone, Rich Williams, Tom Wey, Peter Weissman, David W hite, Avery Stone, M ark Selby, Farbod Yaghoubzadeh.

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GRADE EIGHT

FRO N T ROW: Peter Kappas, Kerri Hearn, Jill Garfunkel, Nancy Goldstein, Jessica Feinberg, Laura Fields, Anneka Kindler, Jacqueline Kaufman. ABSENT: Andrew Goldberg, Robert H ut, Thomas Kelly. BACK ROW: Steven Konopka, Douglas Gorlin, R obert Gaynor, David Hillman, Robert Fryer, Glynn Kenny, Brent Forester, Leslie Goldman, Asmira Halim, Suzanne Goldfarb.

FRO N T ROW: Victoria Thompson, Barbara Saunders, Rukhsana Solangi, G reta Schaefer, M athew Siegel, Christopher Winston, Jon Scotch. ABSENT: Julian Page, N eal Ruskins. BACK ROW : Dawn Werle, Carolyn Weiss, Laura Segal, C arter Williams, Nick Stevenson, Teddy Silbert, Rick Vanneck.

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GRADE EIGHT

FRO N T ROW: Robert Barrett, Richard Corrales, Tom Eaton, H enry Dunn, Vernon Berger, Hugh Burns, John Carlin, N athan Barotz, William Burke, Josh Belsky. BACK ROW: Robin Beringer, Sarah Anderberg, Amy Benerofe, Ashley Briggs, Lynette Dillard, Deborah Abramsom, Nancy Choo, Eloise Clark.

FRO N T ROW: Jennifer Press, Susan Palestine, Liz M auser, Cathy M asinter, Lance Olitt, M ichael Nourse, Richard Lombard, Rowland Preston. BACK ROW: Cara Nelson, Peggy Mann, Priscilla Newton, Louise Murray, Carolyn Lese, Bonnie Lipton, Bryan M organ, M ichael Pfeffer. ABSENT: Lucy Pederson.

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THE FACULTY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM 7TH & 8TH FIELD HOCKEY

This sure beats running up and down the field!

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SOCCER

B: B A C K : Peter Scotch, Eric Browmes, Jim Diamond, Daniel Leon, David Russell, John Resnick, David Kleinbarg, David Reed, Micky Miller, Mr. Paige. F R O N T : Nathan Barotz, Robbie Barrett, Robbie Hut, John Scotch, Carter Williams, Peter Cummins, Richard Corrales, Andrew Goldberg, Michael Nourse, Vernon Burger.

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FOOTBALL B A C K ; Coach Sabia, Rowland Preston, Richard Eckrich, Bill Burke, David Hillman, Peter Happas, Josh Belsky, Glynn Kenny, Michael Christie, Robby Holland, Andrew Goldman, Steve Usher, Henry Dunn, M att Siegal, Steve Konopka, Mr. C. F R O N T : Adam Friedman, Larry Usher, Robbie Gaynor, Lance Olitt, Huey Burns, Larry Furtsch, Richard Williams.

Sometimes we get behind!


ICE HOCKEY

B A C K : Mr. C., Michael Christie, Matt Siegel, Avery Stone, Brian Morgan, N ick Stevenson, Bill Burke, Doug Gorlin, Steve Konopka, Josh Belsky, FR O N T: Andrew Goldman, Andy Seity, Pepe Cummins, David White, Ted Hosp, Rick Vanneck, Chris Winston.

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A: B A C K : Mr. Bloom, Mr. Paige. M ID D L E : John Corlin, Richard W il­ liams, Tom Kelly, David Hillman, Richard Lombard, Glynn Kenny, Bob­ by Fryer, Steve Usher, Ted Silbert, Brad Turk, Lance Olitt. F R O N T ; Huey Burns, Michael Pfeffer, Rob Gaynor.

B: B A C K : Mr. Paige. M ID D L E : Michael Neuman, Chris Newton, Ricky Lepsey, Mark Selby, Larry Usher, Richard Eckrich, C liff Smith, Adam Friedman, Thomas Wey, Larry Furtsch. F R O N T : Rowland Preston, Tim Page, Brent Forester.

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Leslie Goldman, Caren Nelson, Tanya S to n M R^ M ID D L E : Kerri Hearn, N ancy Choo, Priscilla Newton, Ashley Briggs, Peggy Mann. F R O N T : Jill Garfunkal, Am y Benerofe

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B: B A C K : Miss Fortunado, Ann Marie Magliocco, Ann Edmiston, Bonnie Lipton, Laura Segal, Kristing Woodsmith, Laura Fields, Mrs. Wright. F R O N T : Debbie Singer, Joan Dalshiem, Sherry Holmes, M uffy Peterson, Andrea Robinson.

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UPPER SCHOOLEXCUSES! EXCUSES! The following are excuses which were actually submitted by parents to their children’s teachers: . . Please excuse John for being absent on January 28,29,30,31,32 and 33. . . Chris has an acre in his side. . . Mary could not go to school because she was bothered by very close veins. . . John has been absent because he had two teeth taken out of his face. . . George was absent yesterday because he had a stomach. . . My son is under Doctor’s care and should not take P.E. Please execute him. . . Please excuse Ronald from P.E. for a few days, Yesterday he fell out of a tree and misplaced his hip. . . Please excuse Joey Friday, He had loose vowels. , . Ralph was absent yesterday because he had a sore trout. . . Please excuse Wayne for being out yesterday because he had the fuel. . . Irving was absent this morning because he missed his bust. . . Please excuse Sarah for being absent. She was sick and I had her shot.


PREPS! CITRUS

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Ain’t it funny that the way you feel, Shows on your faceAnd no matter; how you try to hide It’ll state your caseNow a frown will bring your spirits Down to the ground And never let you see, The good things all aroundEverytime we seem to let our feelings show. Our luck-Run out and the wind won’ blow. EWF


OCTOBER 27, 1979 YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROW N. . . FALL FAIR THE 50’s DANCE


I’M A SERIOUS KIND OF GUY.

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CHILL OUT!

BEST OF FRIENDS

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WHY DO YOU GO TO R.C.D.S.? (1) THE PEOPLE ARE CLOSE AND EVERY ONE IS VERY FRIENDLY. (2) FOR THE ENTHRALLING MORNING MEETINGS. (3) THE EASILY ESTABLISHED DICTATORSHIP. (4) FOOD & SHELTER. (5) WHY DO I GO TO R.C.D.S.? LET ME COUNT THE WAYS. A) TO BE SHOWN ANOTHER SIDE OF LIFE. B) TO FILL THIS SCHOOLS NEED OF A FOREIGN STUDENT. C) SO MY ACCENT CAN BE MADE FUN OF. D) SO I CAN SEE SNOW IN THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER! (6) I HAVE NO IDEA WHY I GO TO R.C.D.S. (7) BECAUSE I LIVE VERY NEAR. (8) WELL, WHEN I FIRST STARTED TO GO TO R.C.D.S. IT WAS BECAUSE IT WAS THE PLACE MY PARENTS DROPPED ME OFF IN THE MORNINGS, EVERY SINGLE MORNING, MORNING AFTER MORNING. NOW THAT I AM DRIVING I JUST AUTOMATICALLY GO IN THE DIRECTION OF R.C.D.S., SO I GUESS WHAT YOU CALL IT IS FORCE OF HABIT!


I’ve been working on my school work! All the livelong day! I’ve been working on my school work To become something someday!


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FACULTY How to cope with the tensions of teaching Setting: Any classroom U .S .A . Time: 8:30 A .M . Teacher: “There was a fight on the school bus?” “ Please sit down John!” “ N o I just can’t com e to the office right now,” “W e’ll find your snake in just a m inute.” Every school day dosen’t start like this, but m any do. T he pressure starts with the opening bell and frequently continues after the last. Y ou ’re probably fam iliar with the m ost com m on results o f dealing with stress ineffectively- fatigue, irritability and an inability to relax. Eventually you may have to pay som e very serious dues, such as hypertension, heart disease, ulcers or insomnia.

RULES OF C O N D U C T FOR T E A C H E R S (From the Cabell C ounty (W .V a.) Board o f Ed. in 1915.)

1) You will not marry during the term of your contract. 2) You are not to keep company with the opposite sex. 3) You must be home between the hours of 8p.m. and 6a.m. unless attending a school function. 4) You may not loiter downtown in ice cream stores. 5) You may not travel beyond the city limits unless you have the permission of the chairman of the board. 6) You may not ride in a car or a carriage with any man other than your father or brother. 7) You may not smoke cigarettes. 8) You may not dress in bright colors. 9) You may under no circumstances dye your hair. 10) Women must wear at least 2 petti coats. 11) To keep the school room clean and neat, you must: Sweep the floor at least once a day. Scrub the floor at least once a week, with hot soapy water. Clean black boards at least once a day, and start the fire at 7a.m. so the room will be warm by 8a.m.


TRIBUTE Dr. Pierson has been our headmaster for one year and in this short time, he has accomplished a very difficult goal. He has won the respect and admiration of the entire student body.

With a warm heart, a genuine smile and a keen understanding of student problems. Dr. Pierson helps us in every way possible. What more can one ask of one individual in one year? He has already established himself as a devoted leader and a trusted friend.

With these virtues, it is fitting that the 1980 Echo Staff offers this tribute to you. Dr. William Lee Pierson.

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James T. Mabie Assistant Headmaster Business Manager

Glen Robertson Dean of Boys Upper School

Ellin B. Gordon Director of Admissions

Douglas A. Higgins Principal, Upper School

Sylvia P. Robinson Dean of Girls Upper School 67


Priscilla M. Liebman Director of Development

Herman W. Hall Director of College Placement

William L. Buck Principal Lower School Elizabeth K. Smith Dean of Girls Grades 5 - 8

V. Janet Lott Administrative Assistant 68

W. Brewster Ely Dean of Boys Grades of 5 - 8


Josette J. Amsellem Chairman, Modern Languages Depart­ ment

Arthur B. Zelman Consulting Psychiatrist

Harold N. Asiel U.S. Mathematics

Susan P. Kyle Director Primary Program

Mary A. Aspesi Business Office 69


Elisabeth B. Bauer L.S. Art

Whitney Blair Chairman, Classics Department

Dolores U. Bair U.S. Secretary

Hilda M. Baker Library Secretary Albert Barugel U.S. Spanish and French 70


William A. Bloom Physical Education William L. Bockius Chairman, Humanities Department

Elsa H. Cano Admission Secretary

Karen K. Brilliant U.S. Spanish

Richard N. Brown U.S. Science 71


Mary D. Cavallero U.S. Mathematics

Fredrick C. Christie U.S. Classics

Evelyn P. Chamberlain Grade Two

Anne G. Chapin Chairman, English Department

E. Bruce Carlsten Chairman, Science Department 72


Pamela A. Cox U. S. History

Alice K. Conrad L.S. Librarian

Gil Castagna, Jr. Physical Education

Manila Cipp Pliysical Education

Gloria P. Cimaglia Field House Secretary Adrienne A. DuBois L.S. Resource Teacher 73


Priscilla M. Elliott Grade Two M. Kathleen Emery Upper School History

Frank C. Effinger Field House Director Physical Educa­ tion

Jonathan Field L.S. Social Studies

Jane R. Dunning First Grade Assistant 74


Cary C. Fuller L.S. Language Arts & Drama

Priscilla S. Funck Nurse

Denise H. Francella Physical Education

Hope L. Furth Chairman, Mathematics Department

Michele Fortunate Physical Education

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Donna Galterio L.S. Social Studies

Elisabeth H. Gambler U.S. Mathematics

James P. Godfrey Director of Libraries

Alice P. Greenwood Receptionist Barbara B. Goldfarb Grade Four 76


Allen D. Hall Director, Physical Education & Athletics Laura M. Hunt U.S. English

Norma M. larocci Head Bookkeeper

Loretta H. Hearn Kindergarten Assistant Nancy C. Horton Kindergarten 77


Jessica D. Kaplan L.S. Language Arts & Social Studies

Valerie G. Kemp L.S. Art

J. Morrow Jones U.S. English

Georgine B. Kendall Kindergarten

Joyce Insler U.S. Mathematics 78


William T. Koskores U.S. History

Valerie E. Lipnick L.S. French

Carol C. Lichtenfeld L.S. Mathematics

William M. Lipnick U.S. French

Lynn H. Longbotham U.S. Receptionist 79


Terence W. Lott L.S. Manual Arts

Mary L. Luehrsen U.S. Music

Mary E. MacDonald L.S. Mathematics

Virginia C. M acarty L.S. English Nancy G. Zarowin Chairman, Music Department 80


Mary Elizabeth H. Nebauer L.S. Science

Barbara B. Mann Grade Four

NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Barbara E. Marks U.S. French

Riva J. Mandel Grade Three Francesca B. Mecca L.S. Secretary 81


/ Francine K. Oelbaum L.S. Mathematics

Clifford E. Paige L.S. Mathematics

Virginia L. Oppenheimer L.S. Resource Teacher

Eileen S. Nourse Development Secretary, Typing

Marge W. Otis Grade Three 82


Robert H. Reeser L.S. Science

David J. Rasmussen L.S. Language Arts & Social Studies

Richard S. Pike U.S. Drama & English

Sara J. Rasmussen L.S. English

Keith T. Porter U.S. Science 83


Jana L. Rowe L. S. Music

Rose Ann S. Sabia U. S. General Secretary

H arriet E. Rofman L. S. Science John R. Sabia Physical Education

Lucia Scarlato Secretary 84


Karen L. Schlotter U. S. Art

Carol C. Sellon Grade One Barbara H. Schneider Teacher Aide, Grs. 2, 3, 4

Ramsay C. Stabler L. S. Language Arts & Social Studies Ann McA. Sheehan L. S. Language Arts & Social Studies 85


Dennis Sullivan U. S. Science

David M. Tafe L. S. Latin

Lynn A. Wright Co - ordinator, Girls’Physical Education

Helen D. Wallingford U. S. Science 86

Fredrick Starr Chairman, Art Department

David L. Taylor U. S. English


LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Labella, Gabe Badia, Joe larocci, Raimundo Hernandez. ABSENT: John Brosnahan, Joe Lynch.

STA ND IN G: Mary Pasqual, Jane M artinetti, Angie Lovito, Mary Bellofatto, Emily Forta, Angie Bochicchio, Dorothy Lamp. SITTIN G : Julia Scarfone, M arie Petrosillo, Anna Ritch (Retired), Catherine Davis, Barbara Brown (dietician). 87


GABRIEL BADIA Gabriel Badia is our “everything” man; from plumbing to electricity, there is no end to what he can repair. With his “gutsy” humor, Gabe is constantly making us laugh (especially the Spanish One class!) Always smiling, he is everywhere, ready to help us. A trusted friend, he touches our lives with his warmth and humor. Can he do more?

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With all this in mind, the 1980 Echo Staff gratefully acknowledges his work and elects him our “Man of the Year.” Thank you, Gabe!


ROSE ANN SABIA

It is only fitting that our “ Woman of the Year” be someone who has dedicated herself to the school. She has enthusiastically welcomed us with our problems, and inevitably, every graduating student will one day approach this woman’s desk and ask the question, “Now, what do I do with my applications?” Despite her serious involvment with college admissions, she remains calm and collected amidst the frenzy and hysteria of anxious seniors and parents. Her involvement with the school extends beyond her responsibilities. She participates in student faculty musicals and plays an active role in the A. F. S. chapter.

In sincere appreciation for her dedication, the 1980 Echo Staff elects Rose Ann Sabia our “Woman of the Year.”


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GRADE NINE

BACK ROW: Edwardo Dunn, Scott Bomann, Louis Altman, Brad Barton, Lorna Benton, Rachel Ember, Kenny Berger, Robin Bailey, Laura Coash. FR O N T ROW: David A ratune, Geoff Beringer, Arnold Angerman, Steven Binhak, Jon Barkey, Bizzy Caspler, Elizabeth Dinces, Alexandra DeBrito, Randy Eder.

BACK ROW: David Sandak, Brendan O ’Brien, John Pflugfelder, Richard Middelberg, Dick Milone. M ID ­ DLE ROW: Steven Straus, Nick Robinson, David Miller, Greg Shifrin, Vivien Malloy, Silberkleit. FR O N T ROW: Samantha Mac Bride, Alii Newton, Joey Magliocco, Suzie M arshall, Jeannie Me Williams, Kirsten Kindler, Susie McGowan.

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GRADE NINE

BACK ROW: Andy Lowenthal, Richard Kane, Roy Markell, Drew Furtsch, Gary Frankel, Dough Boy Durning, Chris Henningsen, William Cooper, Tom Koester. F R O N T ROW: Evan Flinn, Elisa Engel, Norihisa Juba, Rachel Ivker, Olivia Kim, Karen Loeb, Hilary Goins, Julie Grossberg, Ellen Katz, Carolyn Ginsberg.

BACK ROW: George Stein, Phil Spiegler, John Voulgaris. M ID D LE ROW: Maeve Sheehan, M aria Ribera, Tori Stuart, Robyn Selig, Sallie Schact, Stephanie Weissman, Ben Silbert, Anthonie Van Ekris, Bradley Zions, Masahiko Wakino. FR O N T ROW: Jenni Segal, Hugh “Go for it” Selby, Laurie Oelbaum, Julie Silverman, Moron Weinsten, Tom Sann.

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GRADE TEN

BACK ROW; Sue Rofman, Jon Garfunkel, Deirdre Sheehan, Carol Rosenau, Jenny Zako, Brad Kimmelman, Betsy Salamon, Neil Tardio, Noah Cooper. F R O N T ROW: Ellen Weissblum, Laura Silverstein, Bridget Spaeth, Diane Shapiro, M artin Franklin, Nick Voulgaris, G riff Stone, Rudy Stoett, Robert Washburn.

BACK ROW: Nick Debs, Peter Gasparini, Frank Hearn, Joan Fitzgerald, Jon Garfunkel, M argie Binhak. FRO N T ROW: Brett Flanagan, Kevin Farrel Andrew G ertraer, Peter Adler, M argot Clark, Jenny Coplan. Coplan, Elyse Dannay, Diane Bigotte, Vanessa Feld, Lisa Feinholtz.

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BACK ROW: Troi Ollit, Cindy Ritter, Dawn Powers, M aria Meier, Caren Osten, Joanna Luongo, Scott Resnick, Robert Simensky, Tony Rusciano. F R O N T ROW; Anton Schutz, Charlotte Reed, M arianne Miller, Karen Merdinger, Chris Petti, Jeff Roth, Alfred Rizzi, David Schorsch.

BACK ROW: Peter McCann, Sarah (SAG) Gillman, Lynn Kramer, M itzi Handelsman, Jenny Canter, Andy Lyons. FR O N T ROW: David Petti, M artin M urray, M ichael Hering, David Huck, David Kelson, Steven Mittleman, Margot Clark, Jenny Coplan, Fay Dillof, Linda Kagan, Renee Kulick, K aren Lindsay, Jackie Fryer, Barbara Hirschfeld, Michael O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien, Paul Keyshan.

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GRADE ELEVEN

BACK ROW: Susie Schwartz, Jon Goldman, Todd (another picture) Schweich, Brick (another picture too?) M IDDLE ROW: Margie Jacobs, Etta Gumbs, Who - R - You, Lee - Lee Konopka, Donald Kyle, Marcos Smerling, Danny Choo, Tom Jeagur. FR O N T ROW: Hilary M acht, Kerry Klayman, Laurie Lee, Lipton, Bonnie Hut, Elizabeth Eder Louis Goldman.

BACK ROW: Robert Morelli, Jeff Benjamen, Ken M azer, Barry Mendell, Gay Peress, Lindsay Rose, Kim Davis, Cori Parilman, Jessica Reap. FR O N T ROW: Steven Luptschein, David W. Moore, H arold Ginsberg, Amy Mauser, Mouse Marlowe, Alan Rose, Stephanie Pitsas, Lisa Nevans.

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BACK ROW: Stephanie Victor, Michael Weissman, Chester Rostein, Josh Ornstein, Wino, Buckwheat Stein, Jean Manelski. FR O N T ROW: Todd Schweich, Andy Seigal, Amy Wyker, Tor Snyder, Party Socks, Sports, Mandy Sternberg, Bar Car Schacht.

BACK ROW: Beth Frankel, Judi Boogers, Caroline Gilbert, Debbie Goldman. F R O N T ROW: Billy Balter, Bruce Goldstein, Kelly Bevens, Stacie Berman, Missy Feldman, Theodus Gillman, Jeff Ferrar, Jon Abrons, Steven Feinberg.

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SOCCER ’79 THE YEAR OF THE FLEA

V A R SITY : H ugh Selby, Ted G illm an, Je ff R oth, G ary S tarr, Tim Q uinson, Rob Williams, Neil T ardio, John G oldm an, Johnny O strau, Paul Sm ith, John G arfunkel, M artin Franklin, Frank H earn, P eter A dler, Tony Stein, M ichael W eissm an, Coach Bloom. C A P T A IN S : Jay Packer, S cott Dingwall.

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JV: BACK ROW : Coach Effinger, M ark Silberkleit, C hris Petti, Anthony Vanekris, Dickie M alone, A rny A ngerm an, Roy M arkell, Rob Simensky, Louis Altm an, G riff Stone, David P etti, Billy C ooper, M ike O ’Brien, Michael Herring, Geofrey Beringer. F R O N T R O W : Kevin F arrol, Tom Koester, Jed M anocherian, Chris Henningson, C A P T A IN S Ken M azer, Stephen Binhak. Ed Dunn, Ben Silbert, M oron W einsten, Stephen Strauss, M ass, David Miller.

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F R E S H M E N : BACK ROW : Elizabeth Dinces, M aeve Sheehan, M aria R ibera, Alison Newton, S am antha McBride, Betsy C aspler, V ictoria S tu art, Sally Schacht, Jennifer Segal, Elisa Engel, Randy Lewis, Evan Flinn, Mrs. Francella. F R O N T ROW: Rachel Ember, Julie Silverm an, Robin Selig, Randy Eder, L aurie O elbaum , Hillary Goins, Jeannie M cW illiams, Julie G rossberg, Joey M agliocco.

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Front Row: D. Romano, J. Thom as, N . V oulgaris, D. G ries, N . M astronardi, S. Lee, J. F errar, Second Row: D. Kyle, D. Moore, A. Lyons, R. York, M. W einsten, T. Schw eich, M. Brum m it, T hird Row: G. Stein, J. D urning, D. Huck, S. Resnick, A. G etraer, L. Konopka, R. Graves, F ourth Row: T. R usciano, N . Ju b a, J. V oulgaris, B. O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brian, S. Bowman, N . Robinson, Fifth Row: C oach A. H all, A. F urtch , C oach J. Sabia

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FRONT ROW: K. Davis, B. Davies, S. Gillman, SECO ND ROW: L. Nevans, C. Gruber, K. Sellon, S. Victor.

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BACK ROW : A rthur Ashe, M andy S ternberg, Judi B urger, P a tti Sacks, John M cE nroe, Vitas G erulaitus, N icole G rinzberg. M ID D LE : M rs. W right. F R O N T : Shaw n H olm es, Troi O litt, Cindy R itter, Lori Kaplan.

BACK ROW : M ichael W eissman, Lefty, Danny Choo, Lee K onopka. F R O N T ROW : Jon G arfunkel, John M anocherian, Brad Hayes, E ric Steed, M r. “ A ” .

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Let’s hear it for the bus driver .. . prosguido at T arry Lodge . . . Y oung, N eil Young . . . Sm ith, John S m ith . . . go for it! . . . G ot for i t .. . hey soccer players, no fraternizing with the opposite sex! . . . do it Rye, do i t . com e on you guys, stay in the c re v a c e !. . . M o N o friends . . . fore, D fore . . . So git git git on down, W OOO! . . . B U R N B R U N S W IC K . . . John G arfunkel . . . N e an d erth al . . . Eliza D array & Joanna L-L-L . . . friendship circle at King . . . mucho m acho # 3 0 King . . . B A R B R A N N . . . twist and s h o u t. . . the glove and staircase at N Y SD . . . shout W ildcats for M aria . . . Rip A p art Brunswick . . . sportsm anship aw ard . . . S U C C E S S a t Pep Rally . .. B.O. Busrides . windows clap . . . O K A Y ? A L R IG H T ! .. . A lc o h h a ll. .. H ansinpanz . . . hey now . . . but I hate th a t cheer .. . W ell C ath, it’s this year!. Football 4-3-1 , . . Soccer 9-4-2 . . .dancing to P eanuts’ Ragdoll . . . “ H ey Missy, W here’s K ing?” . . . N O ! T urn to the right . . . oh cosmic m ovem ent!. . . you guys aren ’t slanted enough . . . G O N G ! . . . you guys, come O N !. . . A m y’s picker . . . snack tim e with crackers . Buuuuurns . . . chopsticks on the piano . . . “ Hey, 55, you’re ugly! Y ou’re also a P.G !” . . .O .K., this is how you do windows! . . . Both ways Zako . . . 3 votes to 7, H .H . . . O.K you guys, S P L IT . . . # 1 0 Droopy D raw ers . . . Swiss Bread and Soave in the O lds (it’s by the fence!) . . . Brunswick 51-50 and 76-54 . . . Bruck Funswich . . . Kill W rong T ech . . . Roses . . . W E L O V E Y O U W ILD C A TS!

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AFS ’79 - ’80 President: Mary-Anne Sabia VP: Jill Oppenheimer Secretary: Bonne Hut Treasurer: Phebe Straus Faculty Advisors: Donna Galterio Helen Wallingford RCDS Chapter President: Marjorie Sacks

Citrus Sales . . . International Weekends . . . Short Term Exchanges . . . Candy Canes at X-mas . . . Carnations at Valentines Day . . . A year with Bronwyn.


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FR O N T : J. Sitninsky, O. Kim, V. Feld, D. Sheehan. M ID D L E : T. O litt, S. G illm an, L. Nevans, M r. Pike, A. Segal, J. Egan, C. N elson, J. Allen, R. M arkell, F. Dillof, M. Miller, S. Rofm an, E. W eissblum. BACK: K. Bevans, J. Davis, R. Fazio, M. M urray, K. Farrel, M. Galasso, T. Jaeger, (D R A M A C L U B )

DRAMA CLUB

SCIENCE CLUB F R O N T : R. Kane, D. Rose, S. Bingack, B. G oldstein, S. Feinberg, R. G rey. BACK: M r. Carlston, D. M ittlem an, K. M azer, J. Dinces, A. Rizzi. (S C IE N C E C L U B )

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SENIORS Rebecca Feghali M an is forced to be alone by the very n atu re o f society. But if you m eet a person who is not envious, who loves and believes in other than him self, then to this person offer a lifetime o f friendship, Susan Polls Schutz Fenagalini . . . President o f the S .C ___ Foreigner , . . L et’s go bug M rs. C ox . . . W e never had anything like th a t at A . S. L . . . . H Ey S tu p id !. . . It’s Feghali, not F en g ali. . . California . , . Did you understand the homework? . . . A. W . is mine, you can have E. W. . . . Bye.

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Robert Graves The time must come for us to pause And think of living us it was Into the future wc must cross I’d like to go with you. Jorm a Kaukauen B reakdow n!. . . uhhJeeze . . . o h N o . . . white latex . . . M LA ‘80 . . . “ B utts” Disc , . . blipped . . . go for it . . . slipstream ed cyciage zwiffwump . . . tunes? . . . Blue wind , . , J o rm a !. . . Zappa . . . outraged , . . susoonies (henh?) . . . F ran k fu rter and roll? yecch . . . N ab it . . . applications? yeesh . . . L ater.

Nancy Funk W hen I was young it seem ed th at life was so w onderful, a m iracle: it w as’ beautiful, magical and all the birds in the trees would be singing so happily, joyfully, playfully, w atching me. But then they sent m e away to teach m e how to be sensible, logical, responsible, p ractical Please tell m e who I a m . S u p ertram p Honesty is such a lonely word Everyone is so untrue Honesty is so unheard . . . Billy Joel

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Stanley Lee You can’t airways get w bat you want but if you try som etim e, you ju st might find, you get w hat you need.

The Rolling Stones # 5 5 , , . W .C.C. Parking L o t . . . F lat in the Jag . . . M .B .R ___ Look o u t B lo c k . . . B u m m er. . . G o for i t . . . Clown . . . D ependable? . . . T h e G r a te f u l. . . T hursday Breakfast a t Tim ’s . . . C ’est la G uerre, Do it up . . . D .C .. . P arty on the Beach . . . Babe . . .

Donald Gries W e tried going straight, what do we do next? S undance K id A man shows w hat he is By what he does W ith what he has. Anonymous Football # 1 5 . . . Basketball # 4 4 . . . T rips to M y Pie . . . M onza 2 + 2 . . . M ichigan is #1 . . . Fall Fair ’79 kissing Booth . . . D ardo . . . H ain e r . . . C rash M elmet with BO ZO . . . Breakfast a t T im ’s . . . Tiro’s Fridge . . . W here’s my scarf . . . Bloody M a r y . . . P rin cess. . . 100 on 95 . . . D in g u s. . . Picnics on the Beach . . . IITY W Y B A D . . . 3 headed G host for 10 bills . . . Echo 80 . . . C leveland . . . Ski Trips . . . P a ja m a s . . . B athroom . . . N .C . + B .N .. . C heerleaders . . . Shiny . . . Tim, your license . . . Dan, your stories . . . Jon, your M O U T H and big E Y E . , . Stan, your lookout blocks . . . G reg, your “ W ildkatz” toughness . . , N ick, your D E S IR E , . . M onica and C athy your ITB ’x . . . C ath y , Som ething U nexplainable . . . Thanx to S u lly . . . Boc . . . Mrs. C . . . an d all my coaches . . . G O F O R IT . . . Goodbye . . . I t’s life, I guess? FRO SH ES FO REV ER

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Nina Dillof Blackbird singing in the dead of night Taice these broken wings and learn to fly. All your life You were only waiting for this mom ent to arise. Blackbird singing in the dead of night Take these sunken eyes and learn to see. AH your life You were only waiting for this mom ent to be free. Blackbird fly. Beatles 42 . . , pizza in bio? , . . shrim p . , . Jelly beans . . . C athy, C athy, C athy, e t c . . . . T urtle . , . R ib it. , . R otten Jonny not Ronny Jonny . . . Forget i t ! . . . You don’t like me amy more - shut u p ! . . . H U M P H ! . . . Toro . . . “secret” handshake . . . c h e t, . . suny? . . . hey k id . . . is this the 5th ave. bus? . , . pouring rain at P .S .C ., . . Sista Shawnee . , . k n e e s. . . Dyna and Eva, d a da da da da da . . . k id d o . . . wishing s t a r . . . 33 . . . you have to kiss i t , . . K . . . tag . . . nine o f hearts . . . w hat posters? . ,. iVIoniqve , . . Ooglie . . . feb. 1 Ith a t 6 : 1 0 . . . our fam ily . . . R alph . . . M om and step-dad . . . “ love is life and hate is living d eath ” , . . clear as m ud? , . . pop goes the w easel. . . “ oh my,” he said . . . Pele, mon am i favorite pour toujours . . . pizza with J , , . are we talking? Rob says we are.

Wendy Jack Now I’ve been happy lately thinking about the good things to come and I believe it could be something good has begun. C a t Stevens T M N P . . . Field Hockey! Lacrosse! Yankees! Love Soccer!!! G re a t G.A.! B eat B runsw ick!. . . C hem Sulli? - N o way! - W ell m aybe pass - fail ‘ A B really?! Whistle to M r. “ E ” . . . HoJa A n c la n a !. . . A good-bye kiss to Ely . . . F ia t for an “A ” Ernie . , . A dios Los D o s!. . . S tu ff a squirrel; skin a cat Brownie . . . N ever ever play leapfrog with a unicorn . . . M & M & M (w ith peanuts o f c o u rs e ^ . . . “S ada” . . . Tim do you have your perm it yet? . . . G ary did M om pull through . . . "T he M an” . . . R ob - I’ll stop a t the cervix station on th e way t e college . . . H i coach . , . Lets m ake a fire log . . . Etebby - it’s your fau lt because you g& ou t to lunch and take lessons . . . Penquins!! . . . L ibrary lunch . . . chocolate donuts, doritoes, & a loaf o f b re a d . . . H ubby W ino . . . “L isten " Tony; to tal victory oyer a weasel;who*s really impossible to d a y . . . S m ite . . t T im e p a s s ^ m uch too quickly when we’re together latighing ■ . . Always, laughing with N ees . . . W hat P u e rto Rican Lipton? . . . Fleet flood - to V eronicas . . . Sonrisa S c o o o !. . . H ola R eido it’s tim e to run again - le t’s go on a ti o i hunt - N osotros no comprfendemos - W hat a package deal!!! FRQ SH ES FO REV ER

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SENIORS Jill Oppenheimer “you shall above all things be glad and young. For if you’re young, w hatever life you w ear it will becaom e you; and if you are glad whatever’s living will yourself becom e.” “ I’d rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance.” e. e. Cum m ings

Violin P ow er!. . . 3rd floor lounging . . . Okee - D ow ee!. . . exit 3 5 t ! . . . W here’S Phebe . . . Think G IR L . . . sports note A n d re a ? !. . . E gan’s A n g els!. . . Y ep, I’m a cowboy . . . English paper, today? . . . C hristm as caroling in A u g u s t. . . Q ue passa baby . . . Tonaile . . • Duh! . . . A m azing . . . Cam ping?! . . . V isual T heorem . . . Yeah Right!!!!!,

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Mark Tretter Breathe, breathe in the air Don’t be afraid to care Leave but don’t leave me Look around and choose your own ground For long you live and high you fly And smiles you give and tears you cry And all you touch and all you see Is all your life will ever be. Pink Floyd Hello, B e rt, . . Kiss my what? . . , Physics labs . . . M ortim er - world’s safest driver , . . Ecology field trips . . . M ohonk , . . t t ’s b etter in th e B aham as . , . G u ard . . . “Tim e out - B. J,” . . , How about th a t raise? . . . “ W e all need som eone we can . . , on” . . , Bye y’lL

Lynne Armour Each living thing has need o f other living things — depends upon and is depended upon and hopefully shares - — Winston O. A bbott Lynnskie , . . W atson . , . Farm er A rm our . . . Bunny . , . Doogie . . . tu e rta . Dunhiils . . . M ickey D’s . . . Pam plem ousse C yrano , , . hands . ^ . sap er . procrastination . . . p issers. . . Q. R . . . . Rocky H o rro r - First ti m e . . , H O J O ’s . Foster G r a n t. . . T arph . . . S i r . . . H . E a s t . . . Fire M a rs h a ll. . . such a cutie . beach a t C aboury . . . pink rose . . . # 4 9 . . . C ham ps - Elysee . . . First one . m an iacs. . . Le souftee . . . tw in siste t. . . F u m p f. . . catch a c ritte r . . . H ey K id . I m ade it - Finally . . . O. K, Bye.

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Daniel Romano W ho can ask more o f a man titan giving all within his span? Giving all, it seems to me, is not far from victory. G eorge M oriarty Enjoy the present hour, be mindful o f th e past; A nd neither fear nor vifish th e approaches o f th e last. C aptain S ubtle - Spying a t D ardo’S * “Standing up R om ano” - W h at’s a R oose­ velt? - Hogie & H alibut live! - Boomer Sooner • D .G .’s S um m er R esort - T im ‘'I ’ll Drive” Qwinson - BuHet M an, T he H um an B ullet - M am a Seleste - S.D . “ Louisi^ ana Lightning” - S tan - The Playboy” - N ick, “ f gotta go to C ollege” - W ildcat Desire Dano -

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Monica Mittelstadt We used to laugh, W e used to cry. We used to bow our heads, Then wonder why But now you’re gone, I guess I’ll carry on And make the best O f what you left to me. I need you. A m erica heia . . . yes, I know what your nam e is - don’t you w ant a french fry? . . . Jr. & Sally . . . It’s F IN E , M o n ic a !. , . Proscuito . , . W h at a re y o u ? !. . . W .C .C . . . . B O Z O . . . drive to B runsw ick. . . absence or p re se n c e . . . sc h e m e r. . . su rp rise !. . . H ey Deb - what color shirt today? . . . W M F E O . . . findie . . . dum b blonde cheerlead er. . . W hat ink? . . , re frig e ra to r. , . F -F -F A -F A L -F A L -W liat does th a t mean? . . . H i Bud . . . ski trips . . . oh yahh . . . Pestlie . . . IT B B alcony . . . SU CCESS! - yes it was supposed to sound like that! . . . bunny . . , R ussia . . . oooglie . . . Feb. 24th, 10 a .m .. . . H ey, C ath, w h at’s up? . . . Poopsie . . . # 7 4 . . . ich liber dich . . . Thanks, M rs. C. . . . ’n stoff.

Cathy Zako Well in the end I’ll know, b u t on th e way I wonder through descending snow, an d through frost and th u n d er I listen to the wind com e howi, telling m e I have to hurry, I listen to the robin’s song, saying not to worry So on and on I go, the seconds tick the tim e out. T here’s so much left to know, and I ’m on the ro ad to find out. C a t Stevens Ton''^u'ow is a new and .«?’■ nely and ■"

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SENIORS Rob Williams My Philosophy of Life; Life is not com plicated. D on’t wort7 about life. Really, there are only two things to worry about. E ither you will be successful, or you will not be successful. There are only two things to worry ab o u t if you’re not success­ ful. Either you’re healthy or you’re not healthy. If you you’re not healthy, there are only two things to worry about. E ither you will live o r you will not live. If you will live, there is nothing to worry about, and if you a re going to die, there a re only two things to worry about. Either you will go to heaven or hell. If you go to heaven, there is nothing to worry ab o u t, and if you go to hell you’ll be so busy seeing your old friends, you won’t have tim e to worry. M ilton Berle M H S , . , desk sum m ersaults . . . th ird floor slobs , . . 10th grade history trip . . . Lurch , . . Dapper . . . Tex . . . Hawkeye . . . H it O O B !. . . Fore N ’A f t . . . D ancin’ F o o l. . . See ya in B - Balls W endy . . . C oach . . . G retchen and M ark a t ‘79 prom . . . Flearagious . . . Dr Jonny’s O range S h e rb e r t. . . M cC arthy H earings . . . N ew York Giants . . . Energized H alfback, Y ork Flik . . . Awesome Singers . .. G iorgio . . . 8 - 0 - 1 . , . 3 1 5 defense . . . C ’mon G ary, one more picture . . . bro and sis . . . “ O ur Family” . . . R oute a from W est Point . . . Vive La France! . . . N aples, Maine . . . W hat does yeast do.

Karen Sellon It is enough th at I am of value to someone today. It is enough th at 1 make a difference now. Hugh P rather Goodbye and a big hug to Sugar L ip s!. . . Sue A nn never ceases to am aze me . . . “ An Enigma!” . . . I see she’s nipping a t the bottle again! . . . W ho’s my pornographic interior decorator? . . . Ahem - G ortex . . . Hug? . . . “S top looking a t my ceiling!. . . But you do it so w e ll. . . Crazy foam? nice touch . . . M rs W right gets into being froggy . . . W E E Z E R . . . K. M. “ Baby it’s tough o u t th ere.” . . . C.L.G . W hat can I say to someone I’ve been friends with and had good tim es with for so long.

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SENIORS Sandy Stafford “ you shall above all things be glad and young For if you’re young, w hatever life you wear it will become you; and if you are glad, whatever’s living will yourself become . . . ” e. e. Cum m ings

Oh, Todd . . . M r. M agoo . . . M .C ___ F & A . . . So long C lass of ‘80 . . . iBest of Luck StrK iM aG lR oA m !

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SENIORS Kim Miiler it 1 leave h e r e t o m o r r o w , '•vili you stili r e m e m b e r rue? for j m u st be t r a v e l i n g o n n ow , ’c a u s e t h e r e t(X) m a n y p l a c e s I'v e g o t i.o see!

Lynyrd Skynyrd \Vhiu do you meaq we don’t have any friends? . .. a lunch o f freak m o u n ta in ___ but I rn not hungry, M arion, I’ll just have a cigarette . , , N o. M rs, W right, you’re not blind . . Can you lift the lamp? . . . are we allowed to sm oke? . , . but, I can ’t run anymore . , , W here’s B,P.? . . , G N O . . , T am ba . , . Stickle not Pickle! Jonny, rem em ber the Protn? , . , Donald who? . , , O h. H artley! . . yeah i pot le tte r . . . D aiquines , . , M unch , , , G E T .A G R IP G U Y S . . , W ho's a ijcab'' Die m a fire? , . . Somebody Please, don 't call me SPACE!! . . , I swear, I was really in the Twilight Zone . , , W hat do you want to do? and d o n’t xay you don't c a re !, . . Thanx io n n y for being more than a great frie n d !, , , and M arion thanx for bemg there! you’re (he be.si! Well 1 had lo make short . . . love va!

Don Moore X Y Z A FFA IR , , , 1 s-tand c o n ected - . . How verv blond <>f you . , , Iam bic Peetam iter . , . Puls ar. .1. Moons, BaJlons . ; , T he M ooch , , , T he C hase, Eco. Tceh.s!. , , Cathy, Buy a solar shower h e a d !. , . Good M o rn in g . . . 200 Katz! S hort jokes by Rob . , , Brum, I'm getting .mad, Ef.xcu.se me . , . The boatride, H a. .3 m ore. Sandy , , DoBjne2 -M oi ie s devoirs francais, "Every dollar of a bank bill that is i,«ued beyond the quantity o f gold and siJvci in the vaults represents nothing and is therefore a cheat opoii som ebody" John Adam.s luhanol: The supirior m otor fuel! The time for soiar is NOW*

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Lori Kaplan And the seasons they go round and round And the painted pontes gt} up, and down W e’re captive on the carousel o f tim e W e can 't return we can only look behind From where we cam e A nd go round and round and round In the circle game. Joni Mitchell H o la . . , Louda . . . you can call me Lo - ri if you w ant t o . . . tu e rta . . . the mystery game was first revealed a t S .H .S . on a Friday afternoon . . . N .G ., always rem ember 2 fiddles: Jones beach, a sunburn and 2 shots in th e b u tt; 7:45 A .M . at Veronica’s; Killington and our friends next door; roof clim bing; W. H am pton, can you pierce ears w /in 5 mins? O .K., you go fir s t! . . . L. E., who’s knocking on the door at 3 A.M . in their p.j.’s; W. H am pton and our friend a t the R. R. S tatio n ; sun bathing in our w hat’s missing? . . . R. W ., lots o f illegal driving; have some marble foodcake? . . . L. S., everybody in the pool; w hat ever happened to our dozen dunkin’ donuts? . . . C.B., our toilet paper trial; let’s call R .M .; yes. we are figure skaters . . . S.R ., Friday afternoons; N ew O rleans, spooked and hungry; we missed an interview, a plane, a bus a tour; no one woke us up! a wild an d crazy time . . . M .L., don’t ever forget the old hags a t the next tab le nor the purple pants; 1 save the best for last; some deeeep conversations . . . it’s been real?!? Adios Miss Kaufteil,

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A1 Kasha Joel H ishhorn Regina . . . Sheila! , . . Sullivan can 1 get hit by a ca . . . Park A venue , , . any messages . , . toke . . . Story tim e . . . I’m not talking to you . , . I can ’t believe you said t h a t . . . Just, Just, Ju st forget i t . . . reg . . . I am not drunk . . . it’s your f a u l t.. . d e to u r. . . 301 pounds o f fun , . . mouse . . . Bob ., . coo coo . . . Pen fight. W ho’s tim . . . Sum m er Fantasy . . . growing up . . . C.S, B.M. T .P, T .K . D.D. K.D. I don’t know any of them , . . sure! , . . Iri»h H ouse 4 years , , Sorry ar»d thanks for everything Sullivan . . . Y ou’re a g reat teacher and especially a g reat friend, love you Sullivan . . . I’ll miss all of you.

Monique Y, King Experience is never limited, and it is never com plete; it is an im m ense sensibi-* lity, a kind of huge spider - web o f the finest silken threads suspended in th e cham ber of conscjoMUess, I n d catchiii#.every a ir - b o rae p article ig, it!s tissue; H enry Jam es Mon - i - q u e . . . “C ’mon you guys!” . -. N ice c a r . , . “ It’s so cute” . . . M an h attan . , . H0W am f getting b<jsne,lonight? f . . Fve gofcthe rtiuncjiies . . . Pigging out again? Diets are im m o ra l. . . “ N o w ayf’ . . . H ong K ong . . . N ev e r fa tf to see th a t pet brush (caterpillar) ‘‘Y ou’re so sw eet” . . ; C hairw om an o f th6 B oard of IBM, Cindy - all Jhe w a y !, . On to the next lunch card already . , . *T ake 'em out!” . . . Just for Ja>ugh&. , s -■‘Love it!” . . . H e ’s no doubt y^u*«model spfce c a d e t. . . My h a ir’s turning red . , A t the dry clearners again, huh? . . . Bugging P.C. What?! Blow dryers in Russia?! . . . The headphones in L X . mess up your . . . “ Beep - Beep” - W e have a G reek road runner in the s c h o o l. . . On and o i i . . . ’8 0 . . . Keep on snai|-f»g?fl

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Gina Reid Tim e it was A nd w hat a tim e it was, A time o f innocence A tim e of confidences. Long ago it m ust be I gave a photograph preserve your memories, They’re all thats left to you. Paul Sim on 5pm-5am - Chinese noodles - put it in th e freezer - cruiser - M aH arion - In the fields - I’ve never laughed sd hard * Bonfire - G ym nastics - s k a tin g » H old still. I’m not gonna kill you - A m y - S abotage - T hey’ll never know we did it - dont do too many things a t once - In ertia - it was only h a lf a gallon - the pygm ies did it - here comes trixie - lacrosse - thats th ree inertia! - C ath y ’s specialty is —--------!! S tretch • its a secret! - Sandy - cloves -1 5 1 - K im bie - binoculars - put those ducks back! - she’s scared - Jocko - package deal - nosotros no com prendem os - field hockey - Phebe - wanna broken leg? - Benj - yo no estoy boracha - R ob - Prom w hats it like in heaven? - Seleste, Stop! - Donald! * M arc, mi am or - hi S tan - hola M acdonald - Jim bob - no you c a n ’t have my notes!!! - T O : A .M , S.S, S 5 , M .B, K.M , C.G, W J , P.S, R .W , D .R, S.B - Y ou all have been th e best! - dont forget the good times - I wont - good luck - I’ll miss you guys!

Gary Starr My plans are still in em bryo. In case you’ve never been there, this is a sm all town on the outskirts of wishful thinking. G roucho M arx Tim, Oh my G od, I ’m gonna die!!!. , , Soccer # 2 8 . . . 315 Defense . . . 8-0-1 . . . Halloween C heerleader . . . all the tim e blahs . . . C rack . . . Chill O u t . . . G reen E y e s. . . You owe me a n o te !. . . W h at’s the next trick, M r. Sullivan? . . . M om m a . ,. un soutien gorge . . . Y ou’re wrong Jed . . . Son o f a G un Dingy . . . late night yearbook work , . . IN S P IR A T IO N . . . N ick and the finger . . . I w ant BO . , . Russia . . . G o for it, I wish . . . L et’s have another scavenger h unt!!!. . . T re tts and Bert . . . W as it a good y e a r ? ..............

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Amy Malsin Old man lying by the side o f the road, lorries rolling by Blue moon sinking from the weight o f th e load And the building scrape th e sky, Cold wind ripping down the alley a t dawn And the morning paper flies. Dead man lying by the side o f the road W ith the daylight in his eyes. D on’t let it bring you down - it’s only castles burning, fmd someone who’s yearning and you will com e around. N e il Y oung Congratulations all . . . Jges? . . . Y our paren ts are aw ay for th e w eekend? . . . Dead concert with S tretch . . . Texas a c c e n t t. . Bob's my cousin . . . M ean Dave, I do to have I . D . . . . B ut G ina, I told him you were moving - to England! . . . “ Pizza G irls * . . . Chinese n o o d le s. . , G .N .O ,. . o u r band . . ,^ ‘M ary” , c o u rt’s in Session . . . W ashington . . , wanna get sm all? . , . I r a gonna get kicked out of this place, G ina . . . Sabotage . . j go for i t . . . 5000 phone calls , . . M olly C ribb . . . Bert . . . M acs; H o t-— ^ing T una . . - 5 P.M . till 5 A .M . . . . the fearsom e foursome; All my love to G ina, S tre tc h and Sandy, Y ou’re th e Best! T ake care of yourselves. I’ll miss ya.

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Nicole Ginzberg Sometimes I look up high And then I think there might, Just be a better life Away from ail we know That’s where 1 wanna go Out on the wild side, - And I wish I was * Oh-oh-oh-oh, a wild west hero. ELD Asleep in T.G.’s fireplace . Roof climbing with LK (espionage), L.E., how come we didn’t make friends with the Mds?Shirt shopping with L.S. (it was a neccesity).Miss DoGoody, thanx B.H.OK K.K., I won’t reveal your secret nickname Bloomies! 1 don’t make faces when I talk and 1 don’t look like a panda bear and I know you can’t eat satisfaction, b u t . . . Always be good ‘‘son” .G .A .S,, My kids at camp . . . the best!!New Mexico - Cowboy Country! Gonzo!

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SENIORS Alison Gordon You ride on down the same ole street, you’ve seen a thousand times, that overflows with neon lights and enourmous signs. M y God, How you want to leave there well.well Your head’s severly pounding from the night before, But baby, you just keep ongoin back for more well.well You want so bad to leave this whirlwind storm, But you can’t find no place to grab on, so round and round you go again And it just ain’t easy Lovely ladies all dressed in silk and lace, and while you’re there, oh it seems like such a lovely place. But when you’ leave there, you’ve got you hat down on your face well,well, Gregg Allman Griden, #II,#4,m edic,G oogly eyes, parties with ice, m^t, B.G.B., v<; what? “Unr cle Bob”, G.T.I.I. Kingsmfll on the James, Pretty wise for a thirteen year old, Ali Gator, to open for your own good, Candle light dinners, Kadie, A llm aa Brothers, U .N . Phone calls, the pits, Harrison station.

Eric Steed But someday soon we’ll stop to ponder What on earth this spell we’re under We make the grade and still we wonder Who the Hell we are Styx A new beginning . . . Detentions? . . . The car at the station , . . The A X .B ast System . . . Room 1 1 7 . . . H ot Hitter in 6 t h . Bowhunters. . . M agazine in Math . . . Snow driving without snow tir e s. . . Bush.huh, Mr, Bloom? . The bfiWie jin x , . . Goodbye K.J. A new beginning.

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Regina Fazio Life is a Banquet Mame Pieces of Dreams Marilyn and Alan Bergman Where’s Sandy . . . Left fullback in a varsity kil t. . . Short, but aggresive . . . no,I don’t smoke . . . Pete is n e a t . . . Carter . . . an eternally grateful Yankee fan. Sully . . . an e gg! . . . a y e l l . . “Fazio’s the Food People” . . . the Saturday crew . . . I won that race, Michel e. . . just the right size . . . those damn y o y o s!. . . steer,Reg . . . I never said you were sloshed, just cute!. . . stage manager,props,and tootsie pops .. . strawberries . . . is that a Reggi? . . . Cirri is getting aould . . . Carla Bertha . . . Feggie razio and Gichele Malasso . . . dog chow chowder house . . , cape cod . , . Playboy club . . . mother Zarowin and daddy Rick(Bob?) This is not going to be the high point o f our d a y . . . Detour. , . Buzz . . . Porter, can you hear m e ? . . . 301, pounds o f fun . . . ’cause you had to call your mother . . . Go ahead!. . . Happy and Peppy and Bursting with Lo v e . . Th’beach . . . R R R RR Reggie . . . I want to say so much, and I can’t, so . . . Lot’s of Love, everybody,!’!! miss you . . . 14 years and I missed the picture!

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SENIORS Marc Osten SOCCER FOREVER . . . 27-6-1 . . . DefensePJon, Scott, Gary, Rob . . . Potvin xucks and so does Brunswick . . . Sunrise Pizza . . . Lynyrd Skynyrd .. “ Lurch” . . . “woman” . , . mon amour . . . “ Doctor” . . . Rangers #1 . . . “ Forget hockey, we still have the tournament” . . sports edit or. . . take a lap . , . social comm ittee , . , AWSOME . . . # 3 2 . . . morning meeting . . . come back Micheline . . . s k i . . . soccer camp . . . Ithaca . . . 5 in 40, 2 in 12,1 in 6 . ILSM , , . JO SD T Q N M D R . , Stan . , . Susan . , ,! Mme Amsellem - You’ve taught me how to bite my tounge, and use my mouth■CorrectlylOnly you knew how to do it. Thank God for you.I’ll miss youand, hold dear to my heart what you’ve given me.Thanx Mr. Bloom - You’ve shaped me, taught me, inspired me, and showed me what confidence can do.I’ll never forget you.Ever! Thanx. Bary Stanton . . . England? .. . ski trips . . . administration, why King? . . . 10th grade Osten move! Stan - Thanks for all you’ve done.You’ve been a great friend. Oh thanx for having me as your best man . . . Michou . . . Hunter Canada . . . Hilltop . . . The Dead xuck . . . Toni . , . Jonard . . . Mr. Lionetti . . . Maybe Ithaca? Mom and Dad - For sticking with me and reminding me who I am, and where I come from. Caren - We made it tough for each other,Good luck.Keep the Osten name glowing.Hove you. Friends - Remember me, one day you’ll see me again. R.C.D.S. - You’ve opened me up, now 1 must get out.

Ed LaSala Three prssions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life.the longing for love, the search for kr)owledge,and the unbearable pity .for the suffer­ ing of mankind. These three little great winds have blown me hither&thither, in a wayword course, over a deep ocean o f angaish,reaching to the very verge o f despair. Bertrand Russell

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SENIORS Phebe Straus A smite is your gift tn thi- world Anu.i>nwi!s>

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Evan Bloom “Our death is waiting and this very act we’re performing now may well be our last battle on earth, I call it a battle because it is a struggle.M ost people move from act to act without any struggle or thought.A hunter on the contrary,Assesses every act; and since he has an intimate knowledge o f his death, he proceeds judiciously, as if every act were his last battle.lt’s only natural that his last act on earth should be the last o f himself. Don Juan M ateo

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It is not your duty to finish the work, but you are not at liberty to neglect it. Pirkey Avot

Bonjour!(Sorry J e d ) . . . YiU . . . Oui,Oui,d’accord . . . Inconsequential. . . Little Nothing . . . Eliz,we must talk . . . Madame, je n’ai ps f a i t . . . The Morten Affair (circumstantial evidence) showers and cupcakes . . . ROBERT . . . stop signs . . . come to grips . , , I don’t understand . , . lurve . . . fork eating . . . U ncle Sam ’s , . , extemp announcements . . . this is an argument. . . Daaveed . . The B.s . , B a r . . . The Slums . . . Mr.S . . . HouselOS . . . late? . . , eschew obfiscation . . . rudiments,rudiments . . . Les carottes sont cuites!

Susan Rosenau There is a destiny that makes us Brothers N one goes his way Alone All that we send into the lives o f others Comes back into our own Edwin Markam Come into my of f i ce, . , You’re going to crack.up. . . b io n ic. { . Tuerta . . . D r . K . . . S . P . , . Where do you guys wanna g o . . . Spain* France, Andover, you d ec i d e . . . stinky. . . W hatever. . , black and whi t e . . . Stratton . . . frogs . . . I don’t get i t . . . G,I. don’t know . , . M uf . . . sebby . . . Tt’s soap time . . . W hat’s up Friday afternoon . . . Goodbye Miss Kattfteil

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Bronwyn Davies , . and yoE know that I love you, here & now, not forever, I can give you the present I don’t know ’bout the future . - ■ ; but no. never give up, givrnginjt’s like kissing goodbye. There’s a thrill that you’ll never know, if you never try,”

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Judas - it’s amazingHrecords, party, you ’ve never heard ’ October 10th 20 to 1 2 . , . Cars . . . we don’t call it an eraser. . . heck and crikey. . ? n l:S :e > I don’t know - ask Phebe” . . . mellow rnan(!?!).. terrific! “munching out” . . . why are you grounded this time K? AM AZlNCr.. don’t believe it! , . . Wopp Wopps.

Cafeteria at school - no senior common room, where are the rest o f the school buildings? You have carpet in the halls, how can you possibly live out of a locker - why me, this locker must have something persona! agamst m ^ A m I seeing things or are t h o s e c o m p te r s m fhe libra V A n d a STEREO, m o ’s your headmistress. My God. practice EVERY N IG H T only ‘/a an hour for lunch - & no morning L terv a rril sfarve! My God she’s got a pmk skivvy on & she’s wearing make up - what’s the school uniform like? Preppy - never heard of it! I f'sn’t helteve that vou have classes with all different aged kids in them . . . . . . ^ L T o f t L ^ y o u tiin k about your school life - things that are 2nd nature to all o f you can be pretty we.rd a stra n p r s eyes. Changing schools, homes-families. friends & countries is quite a big deal - thank God my school - teachers & students alike - helped me get through the problems, Thanx for pulling me through guys, its been the best.

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Keep On Truckin’

DEBRA AND LISA SINGER


To David: Our Dreams For You Have Been Realized. We Are Proud To Be Your Parents. To David’s Friends: Thank You For Filling These Past Years With So Much Joy.We Shall Remember You Always. To The Class Of 1980: RCDS Has Given You The Best Life Has To Offer. The Seeds For Success Are Sown. Enjoy The Harvest.

DORIS AND BERNARD MITTLEMAN

Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Class Of “80”

THE WIESENTHALS


“For Total Concept In Hair”

HAIR LIBERATION COMPANY, INC. 51 Purchase Street Rye, New York 10580

NARCISSUS Unisex Haircutting 53 Purchase St. Rye, N .Y. 10580

914/967-4222

Little Fat Fingers, Penny Loafers, Eton Hat, Front Door, History, Basketball, Happy, Mr. Aiesel, YL’s, Math, W.C.C., May You Know Success, But More Importantly Joy, Happiness, And Laughter

THE FEGHALIS FAMILY Offers Its Congratulations To The Class Of 1980 And To The Faculty Of Rye Country Day

RYE SMOKE SHOP


Woodbine 7-2625*2627

TRES JOLI SALON

Lie. L-470

RYE LIQUOR STORE INC.

343Halstead Ave. Harrison, N .Y .

41 Purchase St., Rye Thomas G. Nordmann, President Thomas O. Hageie, Vice- President

Tennyson 5-200

VERMILION BLDG. CORP. 2 V/ashington Square Larchmont, N . Y.

Donald F. LaSala Pres.

Congradulations And Best Wishes To Monica And The Class Of 1980

THE MITTELSTADTS

Compliments Of

PARENTS!


FRANK A N D M A R Y KILPATRICK

Congratulations To Cathy And The Class Of 1980 We Wish You Every Success.

ED, ARLINE, DAN, JENNIFER & MATT ZAKO

VILLAGE BOOK SHOP 67 Purchase Street, Rye, N. Y. 10580 (914) %7-0031

Congratulations


Our Very Best Wishes To All Of You Congratulations Class Of 1980

THE GRUBERS

Best Wishes

RYE RENT-A-CAR Railroad Station Plaza Rye, N . Y. 10580

Congratulations To The Fearsome Foursome (Amy, Gina, Strechie And Sandy) Love,

THE MALSINS


Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Class Of 1980!

MR & MRS FREDRICK FELDMAN MISSY, STEFF, & STUART


THE HOUSE OF USHER To David Mittleman, A Wonderful Grandson And To Rye Country Day, A Wonderful School

LOUIS AND AUDREY FREEDMAN N o Messages. Good Luck

Best Wishes

CROUNFORD GIFTWARE CORPORATION


To: Donald & Gary What Would I Have Done Without You Two? Thanx For Everything, And Good Luck In The Future

Ames . . . Seagull . . English office . . Omega fi . . ee . . James & Carly .. La .. Jen .. where’s Hartsdale . . take me back to Woods Hole . . . Rolling Stones . . . N O N U K E S . . . got is nice . . rocking horse winner . . how long is the banana . . we don’t know that . . the Glantz glance . . effectively . . late to history . . going to English? . . . CBL . . do I look tired . . Hawk at Sassafrass . . x-rated . . j ’ai une bonne histoire . . basically . . god is love . . six rois nightmare . . how are you, Jed . . believeitorleaveit . . gypsy clothes . . I’m not sucking in my cheeks . . ensemble . . sleep overs at Karen’s . . A Y C . . every twenty first.. you’ve got a friend. . and all I can say . . . -1, -2, -3 A -

To: Lynn Edelman Thank You For All Of Your Love And Understanding Thank You For Being There

LOVE, PATTI

LOVE: BETH

To The Seniors “There Are Those Of You We Feel Particularly Close To, It Has All Gone Too Fast; At Least For U s.” We’ll Miss You -

LOVE, MISSY & KAREN


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The Class Of 1980

Cherish Your Memories Of The Past Set Your Goals On Dreams Of The Future

HARRIET AND SHELDON SEGAL

In October o f this year me and my family moved from Kobe, Japan to Mamaroneck, N Y . I cannot begin to describe the many differences between these two cultures. I just want to say that I deeply appreciate all the help and friendship shown to me and my family since we came here. Being here is a trip! Mari, Seishi, Nobuyo and Yoshi Saegusa

Congratulations To The Class Of 1980 Somehow, We Got Him Through It!

JOAN & BARRIE DAMSON


Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Class Of ’80

THE ROSENAUS

TO Mrs. Amsellem from your French 5H class: Ca alors! Zut! Zut! On m’a coupe la gorge! diner chez M onica-Booze endormi. Pangloss, la cicatrice, “en francais? non, en chinois.” meme mot en anglais! il faut cultiver son jardin mais pas avec le fertilizer de taureau. six fois, six rois, six mois, Quoi? j ’ai une bonne histoire. bien shure. champignon. Ou sommes nous aujourd’hui? Ou est Jill? Michele est une fille tres experimentee. C’est I’heure, Madame! Much Love! Amy, Jed, Jill, Marc, M ichele, Chris, David, et Monica.

Congratulations To The Class Of ’80

THE UPTONS To: Monica, Cathys, Amy, Benj, Nicole And The Rest Of the Class Of ’80 Congratulations And Good Luck I’ll Miss You.

STACI BERMAN


CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1980

18 East 53rd Street, New York, N .Y . 10022

688-0085

Congratulations To The Class Of 1980

MARY ANN, JILL, PHEBE, AND BRONWYN, We Will Miss You!

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