Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

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f I operty ur Robuins Library Arlington, Mass. For Reference Not to be taken from this library INDIAN Arlington High School Arlington, Massachusetts SEP 1 6 198|lt EDITOR-IN-CHIEF; Susan B. Elliott EDITOR: John L. Tolleson Managing Editor: Joyce Elliott Production Manager: Kenneth Williams Biography Editor; Audrey Kaatz Business Editors: Elaine Koulis, Richard Crea Literary Editor; Lee Lanza Layout Editor: Barbara Kantrowitz Art Editor: Diane Curran Clerical Editor: Sharon Jarvis Typing Adviser: Dr. Antonette E. DiLoreto Credits; Photography: Anthony Cammarata, William Beard, Richard Palomba Copy: Roberta Mahoney Proofreading; Jean Matheson, Patricia Albano Sports; Harold Saul, Constance Cole Faculty Adviser: Mr. Marshall G. Pratt The day shall not be up so soon as 4 to try the fair adventure of tomorrow. William Shakespeare HUMINI5TRHTIDN b CONTENTS 5PDRT5 HB CRNDIDB 5B FRCULTV bb BO SENIORS I NISTRATION ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION ADMINI IN MEMORY OF MRS. AGNES C. BRAY 8 OUR PRINCIPAL “There will now be” “a moment of silence.” Members of the Class of 1967: Once more 1 have the privilege of writing a letter to a graduating class at Arlington High School, and once more I would speak as a voice from your common heritage, a voice that bids you fare well on your separate ways, free American men and women and responsible citizens of a wondrous and troublous world. The Staff of your yearbook, the 1 967 Indian, has chosen as a theme for your book: The day shall not be up so soon as I, To try the fair adventure of tomorrow. Shakespeare It is a line that excites the imagiiiation and demands action. Such a theme is not for the late or the lazy. You are going to live in the world of tomorrow, and I suspect it is not a place for the late in understanding or the lazy in considering what needs to be done. Today is well along towards that tomorrow, and we may see already in the afternoon shadows an earnest of tomorrow ' s adventures. Would you have tomorrow yours to cherish? Do you seek a fair adventure? Then, as Shakespeare suggests through the character, Lewis, speaking after a day of disappointment in The Life and Death of King John , you must step lively, before the sun is up! Your theme is a good one. It speaks to us all from the end of bitter struggle, with much reason to be discouraged. But it is not a discouraging theme! From a tired past it calls to those who believe in a fair adventure and have faith in themselves tomorrow. It is your theme today! I can add to such an enterprising call only cheers for you, the Class of 1967, as you " try the fair adventure of tomorrow. " Set thine house Mr. Reed K. Taylor A dministrati ve A ssistant Mr. Edmond Lewis Technical-Vocational Principal Mrs. Eleanor F. Byam Senior Housemaster A Big Money Transaction. Too bad the pictures won ' t go with the copy AH the news that fits we print First Row: C. Cooper, J. Erlandson, J. Brittan, M. Picardi, D. Carroll. Second Row: Mr. Hyett, J. Gariepy, R. Palomha, .S. Borgesani, A. Canunarata, A. Boutiette, P. O ' Connell, D. Curran, B. Kantrowitz, K. DiFranza, B. Anthony. " How did ‘Big Mouth’ get in here? " I : Everything about the 1966-1967 Chronicle seemed experimental: an inexperienced but dedicated staff, a new adviser, and sweeping changes in the format of the paper. The new appearance of the Chronicle was a success, for the very first issue broke an all-time sales record and happily erased financial worries for the rest of the year. The staff’s hectic year of work is rewarded by the traditional banquet in April, and at these festivi- ties Aunt Minerva’s true identity is disclosed. A poll of comments should reveal why this year was unforgetta- ble for everyone who worked on the Chronicle: “Wait! I can’t find the headline article!” . . . “This will be the first time in fourteen years there’s been no November issue” . . . Tony, taking a picture of the ceiling . . . “My glasses! I can’t find my glasses!” . . . Mathman lives . . . 58.33 per cent of the assignments turned in . . . photographers’ passes . . . “Send the Chronicle staff to Florida!” . . . “Where are our press cards?” . . . “Dear Aunt Minerva, my boyfriend’s hair is longer than mine. What should I do?” (signed) Ara- bella . . . “Dear Arabella, buy him a bald wig, of course!” . . . Brasil ’66 . . . “Shame on you for open- ing my mail, Mr. H.!” . . . “Purdy’s says they never heard of Jerome Cura. Are you sure he had his picture taken?” . . . going to school on Sunday morning to take a picture of the front doors . . . where will the banquet be? . . . Editor’s mailbox: locker 1, Old Hall . . . marathon two-hour layout: second, fourth, and fifth periods . . . Michele compelling people to buy (or sell) the paper . . . “What shall we name our mascot?” . . . “It fits!” . . . watching rosy-fingered dawn while running down to Dewey’s . . . Mrs. B.’s suggestions . . . GRADUATION ’67! . . . (and good luck next year!) % Send THE b CHROMClf s Staff TO 7 floridaJj 0 0 soa Z)auC£r7 AJS O T .‘ TmrbLY YiHS., CULT ' URl SBtksn.3 — THiS Tus thi y r- . Cyou R £ fAJ( ) 00 ' T KhOlS ' TH£ ! 7 ' is. OB M N O Ihffr f ' TPiSK.BUr X KAJOCU uJfiEyJ TNEBOiT- UJ r - VCK IhffL ccc or. f Kt New era of government First Row: S. Keefe, L. DiCicco, P. O’Connell, C. Hauser, P. Heaslip, C. Luthern, A. Mulcahy, M. Serpa. Second Row: C. Jay, W. Moran, S. Arcanti, R. Chalpin, R. Palomba, P. Chase, S. Borthwick, P. Mucci, M. Rushton, J. Carr. Third Row: M. Picardi, A. Serpa, J. Whitney, P. Campbell, L. Percival, A. Capas.w, J. Whitney, B. Young. “ . . . insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defense . . " Someone just ate the last sandwich!” Underclassmen Student Council. First Row: P. McPherson, P. Colliton, B. Fratello, J. Picardi, S. Henry, S. Macklin, D. DePari, K. Murphy. Second Row: P. Ranauro, C. Brillante, M. Stefanakis, J. Bertagna, M. Mulcahy, B. Baldwin, P. Whitney. 16 Senior Prom Committee. First Row; N. Enright, J. Walsh, C. Lu- thern, W. Souza. Second Row: P. Heaslip, G. Hale, A. Kaatz, B. Corkery, S. Phaneuf, B. McCall, R. Mahoney, F. Walsh. Who was known as the “wind me up, I’ll join” kid? . . . and the youth that was almost too fat to play Santa at the Christmas party for a much happier needy family ... or the soprano that could usually be heard bellowing out Andy Williams’s tunes in the corridors, and then he suddenly lost his voice when he learned he was to lead the singing of the “Star Spangled Banner” at the S.C. sponsored Veteran’s Day Assembly . . . But then there was his illustrious comrade who was usually so busy tuning guitars or editing student protest papers, he could scarcely find time for the newly formed Presidents’ Organization or the Student- Teacher Forum. The female members of this mystery group could usually be found either balancing the hungry S.C. financial books while writing letters to that favorite service-man or taking minutes and taking minutes and taking minutes while organizing such shocking events as the “Battle of the AHS Bands”, the “Student- Teacher Talent Show” and the first (and probably last) “Computer Dance”. These diligent executive board members were known to enjoy the Wednesday afternoon meetings along with the homeroom representatives. At the usual meeting, such topics as, “When is this ever going to get over!”, “Dick, I have to leave early!”, “Speak up! I can’t hear you!”, “Pam, Shut-up!” “Let’s burn the school!”, “Long skirt!”, “Pam, Shut-upV ' “Look, we’re not gonna get outa here until we get this done!” were dis- cussed. Outside the meetings, the homeroom representatives had just about as much fun goofing-up their homeroom talks. Some “goofer” of the year awards go to such famous personalities as Mary Lou Mulcahey, for her stunning performance of innocence when she was rep- rimanded by the president for skipping homerooms, and to Barb Iceton for turning thirteen shades of red during one homeroom talk. All-in-all, the ’67 year was a prosperous one, with only a few threats of impeachment, revolution, murder, and self-destruction. We imagine Mrs. Humm would agree that everyone gained something during the year, if not knowledge, at least a husband. The FRA — Faculty Removal Authority. Lobbyists in Action. 17 Technical- Vocational From left to right; Mrs. Gilbert Wharton, Mr. Edmund Lewis, Mrs. Gertrude Baldwin. In the Technical-Vocational High School, the Stu- dent Council is composed of nine members. Three stu- dents are selected from each department — Electronics, Machine, and Automotive. Meeting with the Director from time to time, the Council discusses with him vari- ous problems and situations. The students not only pre- sent problems affecting their respective trades, but also offer constructive suggestions on matters concerning the whole school. Through this exchange of advice and ideas, teachers and students profit by being able to understand each other better. As a direct result of this communication, the Director and faculty can more readily cope with problems as they arise in the shops and laboratories of the school. Vocational Student Council. First Row: . Tassone, R. Mainmone, P. Maturse. Second Row; A. Kavanagh, R. Cullinane, J. Hessel, J. Vallarelli, D. Miller. 18 Senior High School Obviously, they stole this interesting machine from the Hayden Planetarium. “ . . . and this part works with the other parts ...” “Registration, please . . . Here we have a striped-collar worker. " It says here it’s supposed to fit!” Looks like an ordinary briefcase, but “With a machine like this I could “Well, my diagnoisis is .. . inside — rule the world!” 19 Exciting off-Broadway season for the Dramatic Club First Row; Mr. Trevisani, D. Clines, P. O ' Connell, D. Poitras, J. Stein, K. Feeley, C. Morrison, F. Knowiton. Second Row: F. Foster, W. Carroll, J. Castaldo, J. Holsworth, T. Shannon, M. Alnian, T. Prato, L. Verity, J. Le- Brun, J. Gariepy, C. DiStephano. “Whadya mean, 1 didn’t sell enough tickets to get my point?!?” ‘‘What’s so funny about saying, ‘Waterloo wai Napoleon’s Waterloo’ ?’’ 20 Winning the State and New England Drama Festivals . . . how can we ever forget that? . . . John Hancock Hall will never be the same . . . feeding pigeons and scaring little kids in the Common: “Chuck, give me back that peanut! . . . Hey! Somebody catch that squirrel! . . . Hi, little kid. I’m mental and I just es- caped white pantaloons and bright red bows . . . somebody’s sex symbol . . . that blond bombshell, Jane Stein, strikes again! . . . Kevin’s square-toed boots . . . and how about those ultra-mod pants in Physicianl . . . “Leave it in, I love it!” . . . the last dying words of our director . . . Donna look- ing like an old bag, but winning an acting award any- way . . . even her best friends won’t tell her . . . “Zanies, get moving! Frank, stop waving those tree branches!” . . . throwing confetti on the judges . . . Richard Kalustian’s beard sticking to Donna’s thumb . . . those wild and infamous cast parties . . . “Get your hands off my body!” . . . “Give me the gun, Kevin!” ... no wonder he shot Chuck ... all that padding on Chris . . . “Ugh! I may vomit!” . . . which brings to mind Saint Sebastian’s . . . President in charge of vice: who else but Kevin? . . . “Maxine, go dress in the mummy case” . . . the gang scene in Rebel . . . “He went over the bluzz. Buff” . . . two days before show time: “I don’t care anymore! If the show’s bad, it’s not my fault!” . . . sound familiar? . . . “Watch out everyone! Wheelchair on the loose!” ... the excitement of dances and banquets . . . meet- ing new people . . . “Arlington kids? I’ve heard about them — who hasn’tT’’ . . . the tension of waiting for the judges’ final decision . . . chewing pencils nervously . . . “Now I’m really going mental!” . . . Regional Festival: one third of the total number of awards were taken! . . . tears of relief . . . tears of disappointment: “It’s overV ' ... the “Mouse That Roared” carrying Judy . . . pink bloomers and red sneakers are her trademarks . . . remember the dress rehearsal for thatl . . . “Mrs. McLean, Tony has someone wrapped in the curtains again!” . . . Mary Shaw, Stage Manager: what would we do without her? . . . “Get your hands off me! You have the touch of a sex-starved cobra!” . . . Chuck DiStefano, the coiffure king: hectic, last- minute comb-outs . . . three cheers for Todo, our pro- duction co-ordinator! . . . “We’re from Arlington, mighty, mighty Arlington!” ‘Til race my wheelchair up and down the hall if I feel like it!” “Little do they know my lines are written on the inside.” Lurch: “You rang? “Is that for me or the dog?” 21 “Were coming, we ' re coming, our brave little AVer ' s! First Row: M. Chin, S. Elliott, S. Santos, C. Atamian, A. Pidano. Second Row: C. Cole, R. Palomba, A. Dannenberg, J. Conroy, P. Heaslip. Third Row: Miss Hutchinson, S. Stiles, J. Cura, J. Hilferty, L. Chenery, P. Ciano, K. Blomquist. " They’re all singing in a different key . . . Dr. Roens speaks on Russia. " Another night, another banquet.’’ " Are we blocking your view of the window?’’ A Y -ers pose for a candid. 22 President Arlene Dannenberg opened the year with enthusiastically attended council meetings at her hum- ble abode. We missed our loyal, true-blue Miss Hutch- inson; but we need not have worried. We never lost sight of her for the rest of the year! (Who else but Miss H. could tell us the mathematical probability of the success of a dance and be right?) Of course we always had Mr. D’Antona, and that was enough for most of the girls. His lovely dancing charmed them at the International Conference in Nova Scotia! That i ' brings to mind a classic remark. When a lowly sopho- . more asked where the Conference was to be held, one ( of our illustrious senior council-members replied; “Go 1 to Halifax!” We all know what she really meant . . . The Regional Representative, who complains that 1 his name is never in the secretary’s report, specializes 1 in “Tales of the Convention”: “God save the Green Queen! . . . LEWD . . . I’m Chenery the Eighth I am! ... Is this the orgy? . . . : When you’re in Canada, do as the Atkinsons do! . . . . LEWD . . . Chenza trying on some glasses, and Paul putting his hand in front of her: ‘Hey, move your foot!’ . . . LEWD . . . Are you going to feel strange when ' I you fly? . . . This is cool, (after touchdown) . . . ( stop. Stop, STOP!” That usually stopped him, and we turned to the Questionnaire Chairman, who discovered that pupils at Arlington High prefer stag dances to any other kind. I The Vice-President of Projects and Finances would ! often supplement these reports with the astounding ( news that the treasury was in good shape, plus or 1: minus about fifty dollars. He was accurate in planning Christmas caroling routes and candy sales. During the i time of the candy sale, the council-members all gained • weight. Could it be they never even got the candy home? Qur welfare project was constructive, with much “Ho ho-ing” and the response of pupils to help the unfortunate was very heartening. The Vice-Presi- f dent of Membership could boast 400 members — most of them active — which makes one wonder how they could sit still long enough to be counted. The secretary usually handed out her report, because she was too busy trying to remember the date to be able to give it : orally. If you could read the notebook, you would see she kept detailed accounts of the meetings. With ; speakers like Mrs. Marge Dunton, and a panel with f Brud Faulkner, Father Casey, and Mrs. Lanigan, the r meetings were successful, even if the council gatherings 1 ! were catastrophic. The year ended in June, but A.Y. stayed on to attend the International Conference in 1 Dallas. Oh, those sumptuous (?) dinners! What goes on after those AY meetings? Our Christmas welfare project. 23 Send the Art Club to Greenwich Village! I. Spaneas, J. Gariepy, L. Lanza, G. Young, D. Curran. Still life with violin and Indian corn. First meeting of the “revised Art Club” . . . every- body staring silently at the new officers . . . “Is this for real?” . . . posing on desks for pencil sketches . . . “Well, don’t just stand there — poseV . . . waiting on the steps of AHS on a Saturday morning . . . feet freezing to the pavement ... off to Walden Pond! . . . “We’ve been drivin’ for seven hours” . . . “Irene, did you really think you could make a left turn from the right lane on Concord Turnpike?” . . . “How can I sketch the trees when my fingers are frozen together?” . . . the history of bananas . . . polluting the Pond with potato chips . . . Bob quacking at the seagull, (or was it a duck?) . . . Diane quacking at the fish . . . Jeanne quacking at everybody . . . the sun comes out and we thaw out . . . more trees . . . “Since when do palm trees grow at Walden Pond?” . . . Phil discovers a railroad . . . “Are those oil pastels?” . . . “No, they’re regular pastels” . . . Peggy discovers a sailor . . . “Are you children really drawing?” . . . next meeting: cutting up magazines for fun and profit . . . “What will your plants eat today?” . . . answer; your Dodge dealer ... the question is: “Does Queen Eliza- beth have a glass jaw?” . . . “Amy, you can’t make a ballerina from melted wax crayons; it will look as if her limbs are rotting away” ... “I think I just singed off my eyelashes!” . . . “Mr. Robinson, please stay calm, but there is a paraffin fire raging in that bucket and it WON’T GO C)UT!” . . . 5:00 P.M.: “Haven’t you kids left yet?” . . . “What shall we do in the spring? Go to the Common and sketch the pigeons?” . . . and we did just that . . . Living sculpture. 24 Science for fun and profit Of all the extracurricular activities at A.H.S., being a laboratory assistant is probably the best, for the sin- gle reason that it is the only work for which you can be paid. Join any other club, and you pay dues. Become a lab assistant, and the school pays you. Actually, the lab assistants are not so mercenary. Although their help is worth money, the practical sci- entific knowledge they acquire is even more valuable. These students like to learn by doing in different fields of science: chemistry, physics, and biology. The Sci- ence Department has many complex and delicate de- vices, and there is a right way to handle each of them. Add to this the fact that science itself demands preci- sion, especially in the use of chemicals and electricity, and you can see that lab assistants n;ust work care- fully. They do such things as making up and standard- izing solutions, preparing microscopic slides, and meas- uring the wave length of a beam of light. These pro- cedures will be useful in college science courses, so that being a lab assistant is really a headstart. It is the ideal job for students who enjoy science and don’t mind being paid to learn a little more about it. Check! “Well, what are you waiting for?” First Row: . DeVries, JV. Moran, T. Prato, S. Vozella, L. Contos, H. Stockman. Second Row: S. Steele, S. Stefanidakis, P. Shoenheiter. Game of strategy This boy plays chess in the tradi- tional manner — all alone. Any day, in room 14B, you can see members of the Chess Club laughing, talking, jumping up and down, and occasionally pushing little plastic pieces around on chess boards. The Chess Club is founded on the opti- mistic idea that anyone can be taught the principles of this fascinating royal game. One of the first skills mem- bers learn is that of debating, for at Chess Club meet- ings discussions on any topic can be heard. The Club’s best players participate as a team in an inter-scholastic Chess League. Through the years, the team has had an excellent record of championships. To continue the tradition, fearless leader Jack Marshall organized a relentless drive to win. Since battling fiercely with other teams did not exhaust the members’ energy, the Chess Club expanded its interests this year. A Bridge Club was added, and now there is a game for almost everybody. 25 What will the Science Club think of next? First Row: L. Dohlman, J. Comeau, T. Prato, J. DeVries, K. Forest. Second Row: C. Jay, J. Kleban, J. Manfredi, J. Hil- ferty, C. Bresnahan, J. Matheson, S. McLean, L. Contos. What does the Science Club do? Every day, in the closely guarded confines of room 36, dedicated young scientists gathered, but for purposes of national secu- rity, their activities must for the present remain secret. It can only be said that some rather strange experi- ments occurred! The Science Club does have some programs carried on in full view of The Public Eye. Numerous field trips have been financed by car washes, bake sales, and a school-wide protection racket. Various speakers have come . . . and gone, to the immense delight of the sadistic young mob listening to them. A first this year was our intrusion into the realm of movie-land. After seeing many films supplied by the department, we decided to make our own avant-garde attempt. It was a time-consuming, intricate job of syn- chronizing sound and pictures. Then, at the world premiere; the audience came . . . and left. One event that was successful was a trip to the dump. This rock-pile, the refuse from the construction of the Ouabbin Reservoir Aqueduct, was a source of some very exciting rocks. Throughout the year, members enjoyed other activi- ties, such as thumb wrestling and intimidating Mr. Meserve, our beloved leader. A few radicals even en- tered the Science Eair. “With these hands . . . ” “They’re obviously better than paper ones.” 26 Folk and rock: that ' s our kind of music Sounds of Silence is certainly not the theme song of the Guitar Club! Each week this year, Old Hall re- sounded with the din of simultaneous tuning, twanging, plucking, and strumming on guitars of various sizes and shapes. But Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right, for the true purpose of the club was to provide guitarists with a chance to learn new playing styles and to ex- change songs. So many teen-aged guitarists don’t even read music, that song-trading is an essential part of expanding the repertoire. You listen to the new song enough times to learn the tune, and then you get the chords and all the words from someone, unless you can figure them out yourself; in that case, someone will want to learn the song from you. The Guitar Club welcomes all, expert or not, to Walk Right In and share what they do know. The beginning guitarist espe- cially needs encouragement, because too many begin- ners give up. As Tears Go By, on account of sore fingers. Even the experienced and iron-fingered some- times suffer from a lack of material, one of the major obstacles on the Rocky Road to becoming a Baez or Dylan. Someone has said that the guitar is the easiest in- strument to play badly and the hardest to play well. Fortunately, years of practice are not needed to gain great enjoyment from a guitar. As almost every aspir- ing folk-rock group knows, many things can be hidden under the camouflage of accompanying kazoos, tam- bourines, harmonicas, and voices. That the club was named “Guitar” and not “Folk Music” shows the extent to which folk and rock music, the two major fields for non-classical guitar, have merged. Under the leadership of the one and only Dylan, the first folk-singer to popularize electric guitar, swinging rhythm and blues has been blended with the more meaningful words of folk music to produce folk- rock with the merits of both its sources. The Guitar Club includes players of both electric and folk guitars, and even a few people who listen to Segovia. The aid of Mr. Leone has been indispensable, for only he, by humming a bit of Hush-a-Bye, or Quit Your Low Down Ways, has been able to conquer the pandemonium when someone needed to continue a Dangling Conversation. First Row: P. Byrne, J. Walsh, H. Stockman, D. Narden, R. Chalpin, A. Palombo, D. Konick. Second Row: R. Abruzzese, J. O’Neil, J. Fitzgerald, C. Annese, B. Erickson, M. Toulo- poulos, P. Heaslip, M. Herzog, M. Tibbets, F. Walsh, B. Pellegrini, W. Souza. “That’s really got soul . . . “Hmm . . . 4th finger, 2nd string, what fret? " 27 I Maiori diligentia laboramus Noslri socii. Voyageons a Paris With the aid of Magistra Rotunda, and the supervi- sion of Vergil, Aesculapius, and Cicero, the Latin Club explored its chosen theme for the year, classical art. Social events included a Roman Christmas party fea- turing imitation wine, cookies, dates, honey and nut pastry, and, of course, grapes. Sooner or later, every Latin Club member tried on a toga, and became familiar with the art that transforms an ordinary sheet into a gracefully draped garment. Togas (togae) are comfortable, but not the ideal cloth- ing for climbing onto concrete railings or for running up stairs. Following tradition, the Club planned colors and a motto to decorate a shield. Crimson and gold were selected, and the motto for 1967 is: “All things change, and we change with them;” omnia mutantur, in illis mutamur. Once every three Thursdays in room 94, the French Club engaged in more or less riotous goings-on. The glib, glorious tones of Frangoise Hardy, Sylvie Vartan, and other soulmates provided a musical background. Once it happened that we took a trip to Paris, mecca of civilization and culture, during Christmas vacation. The trip, of course, took place only in the minds of our President and Vice-President, mais c’est la vie! Miss Blackall, our adviser, often watched our activities rather calmly, perhaps because she doubted that what she saw was real; Those parties in the back of Jean’s VW . . . Her- shey’s milk chocolate, of course . . . cross-word puz- zles en jrangais . . . speakers (?)... would you be- lieve a movie? ... “1 can’t wait for the banquet” . . . is it Susan B.’s group this time? . . . where’s Jim — he has the money! . . . where’s Jean? . . . (she has the car) . . . special guest speaker: Louis XVI . . . Honi soit qui mal y pense . . . Liberte, Equalite, Fraternite! . . . and we try harder too! First Row: S. Elliott, K. Licata, F. Brit tan, M. Gotsell, S. Jarvis. Second Row: R. Velardi, S. Antonakos, A. Roach, B. Farinoso, F. Walsh, C. Cooper, B. McCall, S. Stiles, Miss Rounds. Third Row: D. LaFauci, L. Lanza, C. Cole. Les miserables. B. Kantrowitz, J. Matheson, J. Madden, S. Borghesani. 28 Argument develops a strong jaw At long last, the Debating Club has conquered, or at least survived The Plague. “What plague?” you ask, as well you may; but this plague is one that often befalls clubs. For the last three years, there have been fre- quent shifts in advisers. Finally we have been saved by the arrival upon the scene of the effervescent Mr. Hen- drickson! Under his enthusiastic guidance, we have tri- umphed over certain formidable problems: absence of means of transportation to League debates; lack of preparation by the members; and, last but not least, lack of members themselves. Surprisingly, we do not have to disguise an unsuc- cessful season with a statement like, “It was a building year,” for we have kept pace in the North Shore De- bating League by actually winning several debates. In- dicative of the club’s new vitality is this statistic; more than 37.4 per cent of the members came to the meet- ings! . . . and you know what happened next!” J. Haas, R. Beauchamp, D. Curran, J. Elliott, K. Bogo- sian. AHS loses another novice debater. AH men are brothers Arlington’s contribution to the Civil Rights move- ment has gained new vitality this year. Under the counsel of Mr. Rahilly, the Civil Rights Club has worked to increase understanding of the ever-sensitive subject of race relations. Club President Phyllis Malatesta, Vice-President Kathy Macridis and Secretary Marianne Balazs ar- ranged a series of activities with a group of teen-agers from Roxbury. Bowling, skating and parties were some of the events, but the Club is much more than a social group. We hope that by continued efforts such as our contribution to the building of a Roxbury play- ground last year we can promote realization of the problems of Civil Rights in a peaceful way, and have some fun in the process. Although the Club does not plan to visit Alabama, it is our belief that the work we do on a small scale can have far-reaching results. K. Macridis, G. Davidson, P. Mala- testa, J. Meade, E. Marshall, J. Mala- testa. 29 And some people even study! Semi-Finalists; C. Cole, J. Stein, L. Lanza, B. Beauchamp. Behind the three-hour test these students took is a nation-wide, independent, friendly, non-profit organiza- tion, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. This program exists to find secondary-school students of un- usual promise and to help as many as possible attend the colleges of their choice. High scores entitled several A.H.S. students to re- ceive Letters of Commendation, which are not only suitable for framing, but also impressive as part of the high-school record. The Commendation winners had the privilege of forwarding the Letter to any college to which they wished to apply. Another range of scores belongs to the Semifinalists, a group containing less than one per cent of the total number of students who took the test. This year the four Semifinalists gained recognition through letters from Governor Volpe, surprise publicity photo ses- sions, and newspaper articles. Although no travel plans were made for them with town-wide support, they did receive invitations to apply to various colleges of which they had never heard before. To be eligible for the rank of Finalist, it was necessary to indicate in infor- mation forms which of the following spare-time activi- ties they had pursued; writing a book, inventing a pat- entable device, performing an original musical score, and other accomplishments. All of the Commendation winners and the Semifinal- ists deserve congratulations, because they have shown themselves to be among the nation’s most outstanding high school students. First Row: B. Kantrowitz, N. Grant, J. Matheson, M. Prendergast, F. Chang, R. Lennox, D. Curran, J. Keohane. Second Row: F. O’Neil, M. McCann, C. Nitchie, J. Elliott, F. Bellinghieri, J. Gariepy, P. Albano, J. Brittan. 30 Bringing you the wonderful world of books Once a month the Library Corps gathers its troops of dedicated book-worms, helping hands, and librarians- to-be. This is, unlike many clubs, primarily a service organization, and its contribution to the business of running the library is considerable. Every member spends at least one period a week shelving books, read- ing shelves, slipping books, and helping to accomplish a variety of tasks. The Library Corps is, no doubt, best known for being in charge of the annual book fair, at which stu- dents are offered a wide selection of interesting paper- back books. With all this emphasis on work and service, it may seem that the Library Corps members don’t have any fun, but don’t believe it for a minute! Facts indicate that the members are not beaten to work harder by cruel librarians, but instead may often be found enjoy- ing parties and outings. Who can forget the parties at Kathy’s house? . . . “Don’t touch me. I’m a star!” . . . Christmas caroling and getting thrown out of a nursing home . . . “Guess they’ve heard us sing before!” . . . preparing for the book fair . . . “Don’t you think the soup can should be lowered a bit?” . . . “Who’s the funny one who didn’t clean the can?” . . . “Sorry about that, chief!” . . . party meetings . . . “Forget about the business — on with the food!” ... “A putty knife to cut the cake?” . . . “Somebody forgot to bring plates” . . . book fair best-sellers: How to Do Your Homework in Less Than Half the Time, Collected Works of the Big Mouth, and Teen-Aged Son of Dracula Joins the Li- brary Corps! First Row: M. Ahnan, J. Picardi, E. Koulis, K. Licata, J. Stein. Second Row: K. Anders, B. Kezerian, J. Perry, J. Matheson, P. Doyle, A. Dannenberg, J. Brown, T. Prato. “It’s hard to smile with my hand stuck in this book . . .” L. Chinetti, J. Chicarello, Mr. Fagone, D. Galli, D. French, D. McLaughlin. Fractured flickers? Arlington High School’s Audio-Visual Club operates on a very close schedule. Arriving at school at 7:30, the members are soon on their way to save you from boring classes. Usually, delighted cries of “Hey! a movie!” greet the appearance of projector and screen, as the A.V. Club member resigns himself to seeing Stem and Leaf, or last month’s news three times in one day. The A.V. Club is so busy because A.H.S. has one of the biggest and best-equipped audio-visual departments of any Massachusetts public school. Many of the ma- chines are highly complex; this year even a fully equipped darkroom was added. Because all members learn thoroughly the correct use of their equipment, the duties of the Audio-Visual Club are self-rewarding, and membership is a valuable high school experience. 31 Another year, another semi -formal First Row: P. Colliton, K. Johnson, J. Whitney, B. Chisholm. Second Row: M. Fitzpatrick, N. Balzer, S. Cremens, P. Binkoski, M. Dolan. . . . wonder what she’s “hinm-ing” about? The energy of the girls is never exhausted. Starting as freshman always do in the Junior Club, We worked our way up so that now they dub Us the older and sophisticated Senior Set, And now we recall all the times we have met: Meetings in the hall, for business and for fun. Summers at the Barn laughing in the surf and the sun; The days we hurried and ran to catch the bus. While the Cambridge Y waited patiently for us. Attendance boxes carefully kept up to date. With little credit for those who were always late; The troubles with the treasury, and the trials Of the corresponding secretary writing across miles. Our dances and the nerve-wracking time until he, The boy you asked, said, “Sure, I’ll call you at three.” And the search for just the right dressy dress. So you could impress him as a pretty girl, not a mess. The biggest events of our affairs in the year: The Mother-Daughter Banquet, with all members there; The Semi-Formal, attended with that very special boy. And Summer Conference, which always ends in tears of joy. And what could we do without our cabinet and officers. Who plan and manage all of what occurs. But above any one else, Rhody is the one we turn to. And Marie we consult before doing anything new. So our years spent here have flown quickly by. But the A.H.S. Girls’ Club remains as part of the Y. 32 Ski Club: the snow bunny set I “See that tree? Don’t hit it!” This is the motto of the 1967 Ski Club. We are the most unusual club in the entire school. What other organization has members who crawl out of bed at 5:00 a.m.; see green moons I ' following the bus; starve for three hours and then have ; egg salad sandwiches for breakfast; chase skis down ! the “Lord’s Prayer” slope; and scare waitresses at I Ho-Jo’s? I Every vacation the Club heads for a ski resort in j New Hampshire or Vermont. Mount Snow, we dis- covered, was the only place where we could ski down a slope and end up in a seventy degree swimming pool. Mount Sunapee, our favorite spot, was the only resort i where we could unexpectedly crash (literally) into AHS teachers, wear baby bibs (to prevent frost bite), and have a party at the summit lodge. Mount Bromley was unique because it was the only mountain having a ' bright red ski for a landmark, showing where a certain ! club president had a slight mishap. ! Are AHS students good skiers? We may not be ! Olympic material, but we do have Jerome Cura. Jerry I recently invented two methods of stopping on skis: head for the nearest snowbank or grab hold of the closest tree and hang on. We have fast skiers and slow ones (Bonnie Bonnell). Bonnie was just recovering from one of her spectacular falls when she found her- self in the path of a speedy and impatient skier, who impolitely shouted, “Okay Granny, get going!” It is amazing how much you can see while riding a double chair lift. We were on our way to the summit when we saw a single red ski sliding down the trail. A few seconds later, we saw the other half of the pair coming down the slope. As we were about to get off the lift, far below we saw a familiar figure plowing through the snow after the skis. Guess who! Our fear- less leader! Ski Club members have treasured souvenirs of trips: black and blue marks, aches, pressure points from ski boots. Most unforgettable of all was Miss Wohllebe’s patient encouragement — we needed it! First Row: J. Cura, L. Pass, A. Palomho. Second Row: N. Scon, C. Pickers. M. Phaneuf, J. Kerhulas, K. Keshian, J. Eaton, S. Terzian, K. Simpson, B. Bonnell, Miss WohUehe. “Watch it, buddy — don’t rock the boat!” “Is this any way to spend a vacation? You bet it i.s!” 33 Happiness is First Row: J. ToUeson, R. Palomba, H. Saul. Second Row: P. Albano, E. Koulis, S. Jarvis, D. Curran, A. Kaatz, B. Kantro- witz, K. Williams, C. Cole, L. Lanza, J. Matheson, J. Elliott, S. Elliott. Art and Layout Staffs, First Row: S. Pappas, S. Pappas, B. Kantrowitz, M. Prendergast. Second Row: D. Curran, S. Silva, Mr. Pratt, P. Campbell, J. Gariepy. Biography Staff, First Row: B. Kezerian, A. Kaatz, P. Albano, S. Stiles. Second Row: M. Alman, S. Borgesani, N. Flionis, R. Constantinides, P. O’Connell, L. Bonitati- bus, R. Weisman, M. Shaughnessy. Typing Staff: F. Zocciti, E. Nelson, B. Erickson, S. Budd, B. Mahoney, N. Enright, C. Chupal, E. O’Rourke, D. Raleigh. A. Heino, C. Fredo. F. D’Ostilio, D. Guzelian. Homeroom Representatives, First Row: S. Jarvis, C. Fiekers, M. Donovan, S. Budd, D. Mitchell, M. Raduazzo, D. Balog. Second Row: C. Hauser, A. Serpa, C. Cooper, N. Ciano, M. Teeven, F. Zocchi, M. Nixon, B. McCall, F. Baudanza, J. Kenney, J. Wilson. our last deadline! Our next deadline is . . . “Look in last year’s book” . . . Columbia says . . . “How could we possibly have forgotten a page?” ... it wasn’t easy . . . green hair? . . . “I’ve got seventy dollars concealed about my per- son!” . . . headlines . . . “Why don’t you ask Mrs. Stafford?” . . . fall foliage . . . “Are you sure that’s the way we want it now?” . . . The Kantrowitz ... a madras cover? . . . thank you, Arlington Tennis Club . . . “Where were you on the night of December 9, 1966?” . . . Diane’s circles, squares, and triangles . . . “I wonder what the ‘G’ stands for” . . . quick trips to Purdy’s . . . “Who wants to go across the street, Joyce?” . . . biographies . . . “Every time you say ‘layout’ ”... four beautiful typewriters (yes, but how many work?) . . . “Not even a little tiny Bulfinch column?” . . . “Save the twelfth of October, Thanks- giving, Christmas, your birthday, and summer vacation — we may need them” . . . Ken’s little plastic baggies . . . “Don’t you people ever go home?” . . . history of the First Great Grape War ... “I came, I saw, I could not conquer” . . . John’s hysterics at 4:30 . . . “Color! Color!” . . . “Where are my dummies?” . . . “Here we are!” . . . Mr. Pratt’s shopping bags: all handles, but no bottoms . . . “Wait ’til they see the cover!” . . . more headlines . . . “But it has nothing to do with the theme” . . . too much money, not enough people . . . too many people, not enough money . . . “Do you mean I have to do eighty layouts all over again?” . . . Miss Kaatz, the schoolteacher . . . “The closet’s locked, and Mr. Pratt has the keys!” . . . scooby dooby doo DOOBY doo . . . “At sixes and sevens, everything happens” ... the fine art of making montages . . . four large cokes, two small gin- ger ales, one sub, three packages of cookies, and two spongy pink snowballs . . . “The camera’s broken again” . . . please Juniors, buy books . . . yearbook will get you if you don’t watch out! ... “I just put it on the shelf there, and now I can’t find it” . . . more pictures . . . “Put Fat Lady where Blond Girl is” . . . “May I ask why you just cut up our only picture of the majorettes?” . . . snowflakes ... “I hate that glue!” . . . instant captions . . . “What’s that ugly flower doing on top of those nice pictures?” . . . “Let’s go to Buttrick’s!” . . . “Would you like to see my button collection?” . . . “Look, a new cartoon!” . . . the Boston skyline ... in the early morning fog . . . “That’s King Kong climbing the Pru” . . . memoran- dum to all club presidents and advisers: Hello! . . . remember: “Last one out please shut the windows, fix the shades, see that the closet is locked, put out the lights, and close the door!” Business Staff; R. Crea, E. Koulis. “You want a kandy-kolored, tangerine-flake, streamlined yearbook??” Photography Staff: R. Cammarata. W. Beard. Palomba, A. 35 " Tripping hither, tripping thither . First Row: J. Brown, N. Batzer, C. Morrison, S, Borgesani, P, Albano, Second Row: N. Truelson, C, Meo, J. Ahruzzese, N, Ciano. “So you’re the Fortune Teller!’’ Practicing a minuet, maybe? For the Gilbert and Sullivan Club, this was a year to remember. 1966 started in a whirlpool. At first there was talk of producing a Broadway show. When that idea was abandoned, the club returned to the confer- ence tables for weeks of throat-slitting, bartering, brib- ery, and sabotage. Finally the decision makers emerged with an earth-shattering decree. Forsaking its name- sakes, G S would now be known as the “Victor and Herbert” Club, and would produce “The Fortune Teller.” The Club’s motto was: “Better late than never!” Al- though rehearsals started late, the enthusiasm of the members was not lessened. The cast threw themselves into the scenes with great feeling, as these lines show; “Musette, I am babbling over with love for you!” and ' " MouseUe, I love you!” Only “The Fortune Teller” can generate such passion! Consider two of the “gangs” in this operetta: the ballet company (played by AHS’s most graceful women wrestlers), and the gypsy tribe (a little too adept at pocket-picking to be amateurs). On a more serious note, which is rather hard to find in this show, none of us will ever forget the help that Karen Hauser gave our girls. Trying to make June Taylor Dancers out of Globe Trotters was certainly an ambitious task! Our thanks go to her, along with a giant economy-sized bottle of tranquilizers. As the total hours spent in rehearsal rose to astro- nomical figures, we looked forward to a great show, and, of course, to those “wild orgies,” the cast parties! 36 sing. Sing, SING! Girls’ Choir . . . “Ready, ladies? Well, let’s begin” . . . whereupon the girls came forth with beautiful sounds which were usually drowned out by Mr. Mac’s bull-frog voice . . . “All right, you rejects from the Bunny Club, uncross your legs and sit up straight! Let’s try to begin again!” . . . “How do you ever sing through all those freckles. Miss Mulcahy?” . . . “Miss Fitzsimmons, what happened to your leg? What do you mean, I did it? I haven’t kicked you in about two weeks!” . . . always remember: “How can you sing all bent up like pretzels?” A. Boyajian, K. Hosier, K. Blomquist, J. Grant, S. Collins. D. Green, C. Rule, K. O’Connell, K. Forest, L. Achstet- ter, S. Macklin, V. Gibbs, D. Manderino. Glee Club, AHS yawn box . . . five dollars to Globe Santa . . . Mr. Mac’s glasses . . . “Where is my li- brarian?” . . . Kelly and Kelchie . . . the podium and the baton . . . “Durge is lost behind the piano!” . . . “Ma, me, my, mo, mu” . . . locked out! . . . practic- ing with the lab choir . . . “Stand together, ladies!” . . . “The yearbook write-up, Arty” ... a shroud on the piano . . . converted altos . . . “We wish you a Merry Christmas,” etc. . . . swelled heads? . . . Miss Erbafina’s yellow skirt . . . warm-ups . . . “Helen’s face is red” . . . dues paid up? ... no seats on the risers . . . “N.G.” means “No Good”? . . . “Long, Tall, Texan” Harmonettes, go! . . . Ding . . . Ding . . . Blemish and the Cosmetics . . . Morticia . . . Clap! Clap! Clap! . . . SMILE . . . Ladies and germs, featuring the Harmlessnettes . . . blend? ... no blend . . . still no blend ... a plaid blackboard in room M2? . . . H-a-r-m-o-n-e-t-t-e-s (Mickey Mouse theme) . . . “Don’t forget the ding-dong on the pah-pah’s” . . . waiting and waiting . . . “When are you ever going to learn that song?” . . . sing LOUDER . . . “Don’t be afraid of the high notes!” ... we love Walter . . . “Guess what! They finally got that blend!” . . . “You were great, girls” . . . MORE! MORE! E. Keane, J. Truelson, C. Lamberas, P. Terzian, S. Smith, N. Truelson, K. Muello, M. Reinold, J. Schnare. 37 Swing along with the AHS orchestra First Row: A. Geanisis, P. Traverse. Second Row: P. Sherburne, R. Hall, A. Vivian, E. Mitchell. Third Row: H. HintHan, J. Breen, P. Nardone. —A Mr. Laman steps up and taps his baton on a music stand: click, click. “All right, let’s tune up . . . Don’t scratch your head — you may get a splinter!” Out comes the little black box. For one moment there is complete silence, and then, almost magically, an “A” comes droning from the mysterious box. All ears strain for the barely perceptible note. The plucking of strings is heard. One by one, the winds find their tone. “Jay, you’re sharp . . . That’s because you’re flat, stupid!” Everyone is always eager to help his fellow musician. Mr. Laman raises his baton and waits until Bill and Teddy stop giggling and Nola and Ann finish their mint juleps. By the time his baton has come down to his second buttonhole, about half of the orchestra mem- bers have impatiently put down their instruments. Click, click! “That was awful. Let’s try it again.” This time as his baton gets to his second buttonhole, the sound of a full symphony orchestra rises in crescendo: zit-zit, skreek, tweet, boom, ding, zit! The music lasts for two measures. Click, click! Inevitably, one or two people find, to their amazement, that they can actually play the piece, and so they take advantage of their moment of limelight and continue playing. Zit-zit, zit . . . zit. Clickety-click click click! “We stopped one whole minute ago. Practice at home. Okay, let’s hear the second violins alone.” Thus it goes, day after day, “Try it again, horns!” Painful step after painful step. “Drummers, stay where you belong. It’s a drummer’s lot to be bored.” Then one day, at last, the sound is achieved, and each mem- ber of the orchestra is proud to be part of it. First Row: A. Wharton, E. Tremblay. Second Row: S. Budgen, M. Gonyea, S. Aurilio, J. ToUeson. Third Row: T. Kelly, P. Tassone, D. Moore, G. Anderson. First Row: N. Manning, P. O’Connell, J. Holdsworth, R. hanger, C. Bryant. Second Row: J. Kleban, P. Canady, J. Silva, P. Murray, J. Brittan, B. Gunzelmann, C. Nitchie. Third Row: P. O ' Neil, A. Geremonte, W. 3g Bailey, T. Durland. Band music for every occasion Fifty members of the 1967 Concert Band enjoyed an active year. Plans were made early for performances in March at the junior highs and at other high schools. The Band eagerly looked forward to the Northeast Mu- sic Festival and hoped to equal the 1965 feat of earn- ing the highest A rating. Many things were accomplished by the Band in the past four years. AHS musicians cut two records and established the tradition of a Spring Concert. Bands- men gained valuable experience by performing ambi- tious traditional works of Bach, Rimski-Korsakov, and Holst. They also ventured into the field of modern mu- sic, with twelve-tone compositions, some serious, some humorous. Director Laman commented that the Band had a well balanced sound, and so each member can recall this organization as one to which he could point with pride. First Row: . Brittan, P. Murray, A. Camacho. Second Row: J. Silva, D. Grant, B. Gunzelmann, D. Warnock. Third Row: R. Reardon, D. Gerrold, E. Cooper, D. Rigby, L. Dodd. First Row: 1 . LeBrun, A. Vivian, C. Bryant. Second Row: T. Kelly, S. Anderson, J. Fallon, J. Ohanian. Third Row: E. Williams, R. Olson, G. Anderson, P. Olson. First Row: N. Manning, L. Kantrowitz, L. Lowder, P. O’Connell, J. Holdswortli. Second Row: A. Geanisis, S. Stensvaag, D. Fiore, W. Pomeroy. Third Row: J. Liotine, W. Bailey, G. French. Fourth Row: J. Sullivan, P. Tassone, C. McCarthy, P. Dumas, R. Hauser, C. Rogers. Thursday, September 1, 1966, was the day that the Red and Gray Marching Band began maneuvers. Sixty- four spirited members donned the uniform of maroon jacket and slightly baggy, gray pants, and then surprised spectators with the routine, “Patterns of Motion,” a new concept in showmanship. The Band became a fa- vorite with football fans by performing pure jazz, (“Joshua,” “Swing Low”), and numbers from the Broadway hit, “The Fantasticks.” The music was ac- companied by eye-catching dance steps and was punc- tuated by shouts of “Yeah!” Band seniors can look back to the first historic trip to New Bedford, the “Spread Eagle,” routing assign- ments, kneeling in the mud, and their last Thanksgiv- ing game. The show-stopping Band swung gallantly down Mass. Ave. for Veterans’ Day, Patriots’ Day, and Memorial Day before they finally hung up their uni- forms for good. First Row: L. Durland, A. Porciello, J. Goshdijian, J. Syiva, A. Comacho, D. Quayle, P. Ryan, R. DeSimone, L. Louder, J. Ohanian, J. Liotine, J. Brittan, A. Geanisis. Second Row: T. Kelly, E. Cooper, D. Fiore, R. Rear- don, D. Warnock, K. McCarthy , S. Collins, F. Tassone, C. Bryant. Third Row: D. Grant, B. Fratello, M. Kezer- ian, A. Vivian, V. Rowsell, E. Traverse, J. LeBrun, M. Alman, D. Rabufetti, D. McGrew, D. Kelly, S. Ander- son, C. Felmey. Fourth Row: R. Sexton, J. Perry, B. Gunzelmann, P. O ' Connell, D. Rigby, P. Tassone, C. Rogers, R. Hauser, G. French, P. Dumas, J. Dohiman, J. Holdswortli, N. Manning, J. Perkins. Fifth Row: P. Olson, S. Stensvaag, W. Bailey, J. Sullivan, G. Anderson, J. Fallon, S. Nason, E. Williams, L. Dodd, W. Pomeroy, D. Gerrold, R. Olson, P. Murray, D. Jefferson, P. Avery, C. Sarnow. Stars of the half-time shows Majorettes; K. Leahy, J. Breen, B. Iceton, M. Nocella, D. Carey, L. Boyadjian, A. Murray, K. Kelly, J. Schnare, C. Trenchard, C. Sandberg. Being a Majorette takes up a lot of time . . . espe- cially in the summer ... “I can’t come to practice, I have to baby-sit!” . . . Linda, did the tranquilizers help any? . . . ‘’ " Don’t give up!” . . . “Joanne, don’t wiggle — march!” . . . getting stuck in the mud — a ma- jor problem . . . “Girls, please cooperate” . . . “Andy, do your ballet at home and your twirling at practice!” . . . “Don’t worry, Karen, you’ll grow” . . . every pre-game show — leg exercises with the Samettes . . . “Kick, one, two, three!” . . . “Hey, I thought we were Majorettes” . . . good exercise, anyhow . . . “Which way do we go? Which way do we go?” . . . “Cindy, wake up!” . . . bus rides . . . thump, thump . . . “There goes Donna’s coke” . . . “Good jump, Linda!” (one foot on the ground and one in the air) . . . “What’s this? Mary Jane hurt her knee? Can’t march anymore? But we need you, Mary Jane!” . . . Cindy cheering with the cheerleaders . . . “Will the real cheerleaders please stand up?” . . . “Linda, why did you get so nervous?” . . . Karen having a convul- sion again — what makes you do these things? . . . fun? Girls, wasn’t it FUN? Yeah! An intricate half-time routine. To the public, a half-time show means music and colorful dance routines, but to the Samettes, each show is the result of long hours of work. Kick and step, step and kick — until we thought we’d never be able to walk off the field! We spent endless afternoons with Mr. Laman’s whistle ringing in our ears; “Back to the be- ginning,” again and again. One thing every Samette becomes well acquainted with is mud. Heat and rain are hazards too, but mud is by far the worst. It is hard enough to keep pace on slippery wet grass, but in mud, if you slip for just one second — boom! Never will w ' e forget that hot day in Waltham when our leg make-up got all over every- thing. What a mess! With the aid of Mrs. Bretagna, we had mastered the impossible by the end of the season. We could actually tell our right feet from our left! Samettes, First Row: J. Eaton, A. Roach. Second Row; M. Ciatnpi, M. Wright, P. Hauser, K. Hasler, S. Pappas, Mrs. Bertagna, P. Kreuz, D. Drake, E. Mochi, P. De- Cota, F. Cianipi. Third Row: D. Raleigh, J. Tucker, K. 4Q Judge, L. Chenery, B. Cutter, A. Pietkewicz, J. Schnare, K. Doherty. " Come on, Arlington, score, score, score! I; Ring around the football field. I Cheerleaders, First Row: N. Enright, S. Stiles. Second Row: T. Bottoni, B. Allen, A. Mulcahy, R. Strellis, B. McCall, S. Byrne, V. Chisholm, B. Mahoney, J. Carr, J. Kerhulas. ‘‘Push’em back, push ' em back, way back!” The famous AHS split jump. “Cheerleading is her fame” . . . nine new cheer- ! leaders! . . . summer practices: three nights a week — I fun! . . . “No, no, no! Do it again. More pep, and ii please smile!” ... the Line Cheer, Joe Shmoe, he’s li our man . . . waterbreak, ugh — oil! “But, Mr. Super- , intendent, we promise not to kill the grass” . . . mos- quitoes! . . . “When is that kid coming back from V Greece?” . . . “Kick up higher, Bobbie. Oh no! Some- j one catch her!” . . . “Ripped it — pins!” . . . “What a )i beautiful tan Betsy has” . . . Poopsie’s here ... a I kicking routine with the Samettes? ... the roller quin- .! tet . . . tweet! tweet! tweet! . . . “Victory! Victory! ' That’s our cry!” . . . “Sue cheered without what, dur- I- ing the Watertown game?” . . . the homeroom cam- paign . . . “Yell your baby toes off, kids!” . . . “Look : at that packed gym. I’m petrified.” . . . “Nancy and 1 . Sue, how about getting together on those individual 1 cheers?” . . . Thanksgiving pre-game minus Bonnie and I Bobbie . . . mud! . . . “We’ve got the top team in the » nation ' " . . . Florida without us? . . . how about one I large airmail crate? . . . “The basketball bus to Win- 1 Chester just left without us” . . . hitchhike, anyone? ... Bonnie’s temporary lapses into insanity . . . “The i hills are alive” ... Jan has a cheerleader friend in f every town . . . “Sink it! Sink it!” . . . Betsy Co.’s original cheer . . . Cheering Competition — here we ]| come! K i ' 1 i i i i 41 Good homemakers in the making First Row: N. Flionis, M. Gotsell, A. Delia, Mrs. Pharris. Second Row: M. Egan, M. Hib- bard, P. McPherson. What’s my line? Cafeteria Staff Unbridled excitement! Where did girls hear advice on how to become beau- tiful? . . . H-7, of course . . . judging from the turn- out, AHS girls have questions! . . . “Was the meeting at Salem different, or what?” . . . “Mrs. P., you shouldn’t have gone in there! . . . can’t you read?” . . . MEN ... the Peter Pauper project . . . should teen-age marriages be permitted? . . . should freshmen date? . . . were your questions answered in room 300? ... or did you know the answers before? ... the last State Convention . . . Pat, Nancy, Angela ... a motel . . . overnight . . . hope this year’s is just as great . . . this year we’ll take a bus — better than the way you traveled ... the Christmas project ... to your satisfaction, Mary Lou? . . . and the party! . . . (what party?) . . . too bad about the dance . . . may- be next year . . . who always showed up. Sue? . . . those meetings! . . . thought they’d never end . . . “Sorry, Mr. Custodian!” . . . late bulletins . . . “Speed it up. Pres!” . . . Good luck to next year’s officers, whoever they are! First Row: E. Crocker, E. Riebero, S. Hatless, M. Griffin, S. George, S. Guanci, W. Kangas, O. Laiumiere. Second Row: L. Eiorenza, H. Darcy, M. Hoyt, H. Ellingwood, E. Rauseo, J. Union, A. Starkey, H. O’Shaughnessy, A. Rogers, P. O ' Connell, R. Mueller, M. Sabeceiras, E. Sutton. John Butler Keeping the school running smoothly Who is there who has never seen a crumpled paper littering a corridor, and passed by thinking, “Let the custodians take care of it”? Fortunately, the staff never lets up in its effort to keep the school clean — a never ending job! Then, too, there are always things that need to be repaired. When heat vents insist on blowing out cold air or when fluorescent lights turn purple and flash on and off, the custodians come to the rescue. The yearbook staff has a special debt of gratitude to the custodians, for without their patience and their many sets of keys, this book would not be possible. The lunchroom staff and the stockroom assistants also supply many needs of the school. It is no easy job to feed a luncheon party of some two thousand raven- ous students! Despite the close schedule, the jobs of preparing, serving, and selling the food are smoothly carried out. First Row: Messrs. D. Miranda, W. Rowley, P. Nyberg, P. McGuire. Second Row: Messrs. L. Reinold, F. Demone, A. Ciano, J. Smith. First Row: Messrs. J. Costa, G. Hobart, W. Daley, L. Ciano, C. Dovidio. Second Row: Messrs. R. Marstars, W. Flynn, F. Kendall, P. Kangas. Mr. E. Hardy. J. Pecheco, K. Kenny, J. Greenaway, R. Westman, R. Jones. Mario Berlinghieri 43 The Girls C. Trenchard, M. Citing. Probably one of the least celebrated but most influ- ential institutions at AHS is the Office Assistants Un- derground. This notorious organization, run primarily by females, has the reputation among the student body of working in close cooperation with Housemasters’ Offices, the Guidance Department, and even the Main Headquarters of the opposition. Such subversive activi- ties as bringing discipline slips to persons rebellious to the Establishment, filing secret documents in steel cabi- nets, and collecting daily attendance records from in- formers are carried on by these agents. Members of the OAU even bear private communications concerning the activities of the student body to the enemy. Rumor has it that without the continued help of the OAU, the enemy’s organization might indeed collapse. M. Soares, P. Russell, P. Spina, D. Corbett, N. Scott, C. Kelley. N. Getty, C. Hamilton, A. Delia, S. Morgan, M. Mulcahy, D. Wood. N. Balzer, M. Donovan, R. Mahoney, N. Enright. First Row: M. Murphy, M. Vegliante, S. Zwicker, C. Amico. Second Row: B. Anthony, B. Colburn, C. Berberian, B. Nadeau, V. Flynn. 44 from O.A.U. M. Be lair, F. Baiidanza, K. Cavanaugh. C. Cooper, E. Koulis, J. Hopkins, D. Balog, M. Radiiazzo. M. Puddister, F. Zocclii, M. Dolan, M. Hines, B. Allen, V. Sarantakos, D. Sahagian. S. Masci, R. Constantinides, P. Tuininelli, J. Musto, L. Torento, K. Horn. B. Lawson. E. Allen, J. Lorins, D. Bean, J. Cazazza, M. Fahey, M. Hibbard, S. Budd, C. Chupal. 45 He lives on in your life and in From his Freshman year, Steve’s teachers and classmates placed him among the best in his class. Throughout school he excelled in advanced mathe- matics and science courses. Steve did well not only in these classes, but also in the competitions of the AHS Mathemat- ics Team, Chess Team, and Science Club. Outside, Steve enjoyed playing ten- nis. In the fall of his Senior year, under the early admissions plan, he was ac- cepted at Bates College. On the morning of February 4, 1967, after a short illness, Steve died. “Steve was a top scholar, who won the distinct honor of the Bausch and Lomb Award for our best record in science for three years. More important, however, is the fact that he was “tops” as a person. He was a complete “gentle-man” of stature and fine character. We are all poorer with his passing.” — Mr. Miller “Working together with Steve in the Junior Red Cross Council, I knew of his willingness to give his time and knowledge for others. He lived the present with understanding, consideration, and determination. He looked to the future with youthful enthusiasm and hope.” — Nanette Ciano “To me Steve was always someone 1 could count on, as a classmate and as a friend. Through classes we shared, through the Mathematics Team, and through several afternoon tennis games, 1 learned to appreciate his sincere, intelligent, and well-balanced character.” — Francis Chang “In this murky world, Steve McLean’s words, like his character, rang clear and honest.” — Mr. Pratt “A gentleman and a scholar — a natural mathematician. Steve was my protege and he will be sorely missed. He certainly left his mark with both his classmates and his teachers.” — Miss Hutchinson “Steve was an excellent student, a fine citizen, and most of all, a wonderful guy.” — Paul Cavicchi In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, good character, and superior intellectual promise in the field of science. 46 the lives of all that knew him. Angelo Patri STEVEN DOUGLAS McLEAN 1949-1967 “ suggest that teachers should he willing to discuss differences of opinion with the student at no penalty, to show the student why they disa- gree, and to encourage him to bring up material that questions the validity of the subject matter.” The faculty of the Cutter School is presenting an electric stroboscope to Steve’s father, so that Mr. McLean may donate this apparatus to the Ar- lington High School Science Depart- ment in Steve ' s name. The team will march on down the field First Row: E. Mulcaliy, J. Hennessey, F. Soares, G. Hale, D. CuUinan, D. Collins, B. Murray. K. McNeeley, R. Kelleher, J. lanelli, M. Driscoll, H. Saul, R. Yirikian. Second Row ' : Coach Burns, T. Bowser, J. Donovan, G. Gallucci, B. McGurl, B. Pellegrini, D. Sullivan, R. Doyle, P. Boudreau, A. Palombo, R. Havern, F. Walsh, R. Deshler, R. Bartholomew, Coach Bevins, Coach Hill. Third Row ' : J. Byrne, W. Hawke, T. Russell, R. Piterino, J. Pandolfo, P. Egan, R. Milligan, D. Mutty, A. Borsini, J. Bertagna. Fourth Row: M. Toczlowski, P. Flanagan, P. Wedge, C. McCann, C. Harrington, P. Traverse, J. Nigro, P. Shepherd, G. Galuzzo. Coaches Hill. Burns, and Bevins. Co-captain George Gill. Co-captain Bill Murray. Meeting today at 2:45 . . . “You guys don’t prac- tice with us if you lose to the J.V.’s” . . . animals . . . Havern around the end for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage . . . remember, we don’t have size, but we have speed . . . “Tigers” . . . “How many chevrons is it this time, Mark?” . . . interception by Collins in the endzone . . . HEY, KID! . . . backs on pass offense, linemen under the stands . . . fantas- tic one-handed grab by Donovan for the TD . . . note- books due tonight . . . Bob in the 1912 football hel- met . . . the “Tiger hunt” . . . “You guys are too good to lose to these bums!” . . . Doc . . . Class A Champs . . . Miami Beach, Florida . . . “Hello, give me the long distance operator, please” . . . “Is this the fifth or sixth long distance call from room 435?” . . . Java giving lessons in palm tree climbing . . . the Hennessey Special off the high diving board . . . “Hello operator, send some ice up to room 435, please” . . . “Thank you” . . . leaving the “Cadillac” in shambles . . . Mark named to the All-America High School Football Team . . . Ponies . ■ ■ “Hey, Pitt!” . “Is that you, Paul?” ... we were ; a passing team. but we ran more than we passed . . . winning a tough one from Weymouth! All. Opp. 26 Somerville 0 35 Watertown 0 18 Waltham 8 37 New Bedford 0 38 Newton 12 30 Brookline 6 33 Weymouth 12 37 Brockton 8 43 Archbishop Williams 23 Until the game is won Fred Soares Jack Hennessey Ray Desliler Harry Saul Bob Pellegrini Paul Boudreau Dan Cullinan Richard Yirikian Bob Havern Ed Mill call}’ So lend your voice (Courtesy of the Boston Globe) And give a cheer, a cheer for Arlington! Richard Kelleher. Boom, boom, boom! First Row: D. Sullivan, G. Hale, J. Byrne, S. Donnelly, R. Bartholomew, R. Havern, J. Alessandroni, M. Driscoll. Second Row: Coach Byrne, B. Quinlan, B. Corkery, D. Byrne, T. Russell, W. Corkery, T. Lyons, J. Hennessey, Coach Burns. Coach Byrne: Co-Captions, Jack Byrne and Bob Bar- tholomew; Coach Burns. Arl. Opp. 9 Waltham 3 6 Newton 0 5 Cambridge 0 9 Medford 1 15 Somerville 0 7 Brookline 0 13 Rindge 0 7 Waltham 2 9 Newton 2 12 Cambridge 2 “All right you birds” . . . Dashels scored eight goals in the first three games but since then has cooled off . . . “Henna, drop the pucks right!” ... we have a winning streak of about forty-two games . . . “Mr. Lowder, how many will you give me on Saturday’s game?” . . . miss the net much? . . . making the State Tourney after only ten wins . . . the Nubs playing the J.V.’s against Rindge . . . “You birds are like bumble bees. When we put you on the ice we want you to buzz” ... “I want a new stick, Mr. Lowder” . . . “Fatty, get out of the way of the puck!” . . . “We have practice tonight at 7:30 at B.C.” . . . “What’s ‘double or nothing’ mean, Mr. Lowder?” . . . first ice tomorrow! . . . Dumbo setting a new scoring record with every goal or assist he gets . . . Mark didn’t even see Bastarache’s shot as he shot from the blue line and scored over Mark’s shoulder . . . The Untouchables . . . “Well, there goes our shutout at six seconds of the first period” . . . “Pictures tonight, so you’d better come to practice!” Hannibals, cannibals Glenn Hale. Steve Donnelly. Denis Sullivan. Jack Byrne. John Alessancironi. Bob Bartholomew . Brian Corkery. Mark Driscoll. Bob Havern. Sis, boom, bah iC ' mon, baby, seven or eleven!” How about an instant replay: Arlington High School rah rah! No fair, he ' s got four legs!’ Here catch! Are you sure Wilt the Stilt . . . First Row; D. Reiss, D. O’Leary, J. Donovan, D. Collins. Second Row: J. Casey, E. Mul- cahy, J. Nigro, R. Cucicco, V. White. Third Row: Coach Hill, J. Keefe, P. Traverse, A. Palombo, D. Allen, Coach Tucker. “C ' mon. Louie, don’t let him get it!” There’s something about an Aqua-Velva man! A man-to-man what? ... a two-point second quar- ter against Brookline . . . “We didn’t really sneak by Cambridge Latin that first time — we had it planned that way to give the fans a good show for their money!” . . . Captain John Donovan leading the Su- burban League in scoring . . . “No practice for all the seniors tomorrow” . . . losing about twelve straight in the middle of the season . . . high scorers O’Leary and Donovan . . . “We’ll practice Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday during vacation at 9;00 in the morning” . . . “How do we plan defense against a good team like Weymouth?” . . . Dave O. is fourth leading scorer in the league with a fifteen point average ... “I guess our fast breaks have just got up and went this year!” ‘‘Drop it — it’s a bomb! " Arl. Opp. 44 Lexington 60 56 Winchester 40 45 Brookline 56 63 Cambridge 62 76 Newton South 52 49 Waltham 69 49 Weymouth 94 48 Watertown 78 51 Rindge 71 66 Brockton 75 57 Newton 72 59 Brookline 63 57 Cambridge 71 39 Newton South 43 53 Waltham 81 51 Weymouth 90 49 Newton 83 50 started this way? “Let’s play leapfrog!” " Hah!” “A II right, you guys, play tough!” “I beg your pardon?” Oh, coach, poor coach, we’ve lost another game, and we’re feelin’ soooo had. It just looks like he has three arms. He must be using fluhher. Yes! They’re using an invisible ball! 51 Track team ' s mini-marathons in AHS halls First Row: P. Wedge, J. Keohane, G. Melisi, H. Saul, W. Hawke, K. McNee- ley, W. Murray, G. Anastos. Second Row: T. Kelley, R. Wedge, L. Querzy, F. Mulcahy, J. Lang, J. Orego, J. Keen, P. Chase, S. Stensvaag, S. Phaneuf. Third Row: P. Jones, M. Ceurvals, T. Heaslip, J. Tkaczak, B. Santini, P. Morris, G. Santini, J. O’Neil, R. Devana. Crash! . . . “Bill, you’re supposed to go over the hurdle!” . . . Ralph says: “The faster you run, the better your times will be” . . . Yellow Cab! . . . great showing at the State meet . . . running in the 80 ’s corridor ... th e relay team, anchored by light-foot Ed Murray . . . George got a third in the shot putter’s dash? . . . “Re- member now, we might have a chance to beat Randolph, but only if they don’t show up!” . . . “McNeeley! Get down off that luggage rack!” . . . John Keohane’s last mad dash down the be- loved corridor on the last day of practice . . . running without sweats at Belmont in ten degree weather . . . “But the last call for the hurdles was ten minutes ago!” . . . “We left without Chase!” ... the big race and the snowball fight . . . Tim’s punctuality . . . John getting disquali- fied when he ran the best race of his life . . . “Let me out of this locker; can’t breathe!” . . . THUD! . . . “Get up. Bill, you can still place!” Art. Opp. 39 Revere 44 41 Malden 34 15 Everett 50 40 Medford 43 45 Waltham 30 50 Newton 15 47 Newton South 40 John Keohane. (Gasp!) Cross-country team loves those Wheaties! Nuts! They showed up . . . Walshy, watch out for the glass . . . Keep the faith . . . We’ll get that kid out on the course . . . Medford brought their cheer- leaders? . . . We’re gonna win . . . Paul, you took the wrong turn . . . You set the pace . . . We can win if we run as a team . . . Let’s embarrass them in front of their ugly cheerleaders . . . Remember what Ralph says . . . Sprint out ahead, Walshy . . . We have to go around twice? . . . Walshy, we’re winning! . . . Mr. Kelley, would you please ask the football players to move so we can start the meet? . . . Nail that kid! . . . Get a haircut! . . . Beat LaFauci! . . . Little kids . . . Be good! . . . Windy and cold on the day of a meet — figures . . . Did everyone do his exercises to- day? . . . Little Hill — right? . . . Walshy, where are your shoes? . . . Box ’em against that car on the next hill . . . Mr. Kelley, are you jogging the course with us today? . . . Double loop everyone . . . Pretend your girls are at the finish line . . . That was a close meet! . . . We’ve won! . . . It’s over now! First Row: Coach Kelley, T. Kelley, D. LaFauci, J. Walsh, J. Keohane, D. Swanson. Second Row: H. Jeffer- son, S. Stensvaag, C. White, P. Chase, P. Morris, S. Phaneuf. Third Row: A. Stratton, T. Heaslip, S. Pooley, J . Kostopoulos, J. Lewko, R. Rosenberger. Arl. Opp. 21 Randolph 65 43 North Quincy 43 14 Watertown 72 44.5 Newton South 40.5 17.5 Brockton 68.5 45.6 Quincy 40.5 38 Somerville 48 First Row: David LaFauci, John Walsh. Second Row: Steve Phaneuf, Saul Stensvaag, John Keohane, Paul Mo rris. Captain, John Walsh. 53 7 was a ninety-eight pound weakling . . . First Row: R. Dionne, J. Cronin, A. Comancho, R. O’Neil, D. O’Neil, A. Dovidio, D. Smith. Second Row: Coach Fairbanks, B. Biirsey, K. Ward, P. Dionne, K. Barry, D. Perkins. Arthur, dinner’s ready ... I don’t believe it, 7.2! . . . Who’s smoking in the bus? ... I lost my uni- form! . . . Sally, I love you . . . Hey Bruce, you got your hair cut . . . Will the bus make it? . . . Yeh! . . . Crash! . . . Late practice next week . . . Dennis chokes again . . . Who’s got my wallet? . . . Fords don’t go . . . Chevys do . . . Party at Arthur’s tonight . . . Come one, come all . . . Did we go this way to Wakefield? . . . I’m ugly, aren’t I? . . . Wake up! . . . That judge is on LSD ... If you back up any farther, we just may go over the cliff . . . Who used the Swinger in the boys’ shower room on Kenneth? . . . Do you want a cube? . . . Basketball molds . . . Help! . . . Ah-oo-gah horn — who has one? ... I did it! . . . Look out the window at that girl . . . Wow! Where is Moosey? . . . My Cadillac’s cool . . . Whose bag is this? . . . Can somebody help me — I’m slipping! . . . Get out! . . . Can 1 compete today? . . . We’re gonna win! . . . Look out, Harry is com- ing! . . . Where’s Dennis? Captain Ray O’Neil: Still rings All. Opp. 78 Wakefield 87 79.8 Weymouth 79.6 81 Brookline 75 84 North Quincy 91 70 Melrose 54 85 Lexington 115 88.95 New Bedford 88.75 79 Watertown 66 93 Newton 106 54 but now, thanks to gymnastics ff Anthony Dovidio: Still rings. Kenneth Ward: High bar. 55 Dennis Perkins: Tumbling. Raymond O’Neil: Parallel bars. Dennis Perkins: High bar. Dennis O ' Neil: Side horse. Bruce Bursey: Still rings. !’ What are field hockey players made of? Pat “Snooky” Morello. 5aves at the goal by Pat for four shutouts — Ug y bruises on the shins even with skin guards — Giving Eilenne a big cheer for unaided scoring — Idmiring a nice play by senior co-captain Rose — flushing by the defense on corners. Isking scorer, manager Mary Lou for the time — Nancy giving a hilarious cheer for Karen — Dunking the little freshmen in the shower. Standing back while Ginny scores for the forwards — Praying that Jane won’t send it flying to you — nspiring the J.V.’s with varsity skills like advancing — Congratulating Connie on the one goal of her career — Every corner should be a goal. Isking Mougle Mouse for good luck — Needing a tissue on those cold days — Dumping on Wendy’s beautiful cheering. Eating all the cookies before the visitors get any — Loting to play although Winchester didn’t dare come — Elation after Joanne gets the pass on the sideline — Punning back and forth, back and forth, back and forth — Lelling at the opponents for tripping. Throwing Jane in the air in the pre-game cheer — oping fullback Suzanne will stop that fierce forward — nciting spirit with songs like “Ten Green Bottles’’ — Noticing you have mud all over your newly washed tunic — Goals: four in one game by Nanci M. No wins at the Playday in Concord — magining an undefeated season in 1967 — Cleaning out two months’ pile of dirty socks Enjoying a fast, hard game, regardless. THAT’S WHAT FIELD HOCKEY PLAY Opp. 3 1 0 0 I 0 0 1 1 Arl. 0 0 4 3 3 8 Concord Brookline Watertown Newton Belmont Malden Lexington Melrose I ERS ARE MADE OF! 56 i Supergir! .. .or superball? To assure the best in all her games, Coach McDonough chose just these names: Abruzzese, Barnaby, Getrost, Mahoney, Manderino, Heffermen, Naugler, Kenney, Lantos, and Caisse. What do they make? The Girls’ Basketball Team; there’s no mistake! First Newton South lost by twenty and five. Both our forwards and defense stayed alive. With Heffermen and Manderino doing their best. They never stopped or gave Newton a rest. But the name of the game seems to be “shoot” “Barnaby eighteen, Abruzzese sixteen to boot! Then close games with Watertown and with Melrose, So our girls had to keep up on their toes. We won them both; one over Watertown, And Mahoney in overtime sent Melrose down. Then twenty points for Getrost, just a sophomore. To make forty-eight, Newton fourteen the score! Next came a win over rival Belmont, Their no loss record did not us daunt. Cambridge Latin was next to fall. And our girls had hopes of winning them all. But along came Winch to ruin the streak. And finally our girls had to be meek. So went the season of bounces and bounds. Practices in seemingly endless rounds. Donna, our captain, was really swell. But who the best was no one would tell! The Jayvees were good, and spirit was fine. And great Coach McDonough kept all in line! “Now, let ' s see if it stays in the air by itself. " Arl. Opp. 39 Revere 41 41 Malden 34 15 Everett 50 40 Medford 43 45 Waltham 30 50 Newton 15 47 Newton South 40 First Row: D. Caissie, E. Abruzzese, M. Heffernan, N. Mahoney, D. Manderino, V. Barnaby, P. Santo, S. Naugler, D. Getrost. Second Row; M. Lyons, L. DiNatale, P. Colliton, A. Mucci, E. Kenney, N. Power, A. Pascucci, D. Rabbufetti, J. Whitney. Third Row: D. Poynton, S. Libbey, J. DiStephano, S. Eoley, E. Cooper, J. Hayes, Coach McDonough. Varsity Squad: Debbie Getrost, Mary Heffernan, Ginny Barnaby, Donna Manderino, Nancy Mahoney, Eileen A bruzzese. Definitely superball. 57 CANDIDS CANDIDS CANDIDS CANDIDS CANDIDS CAND!DS% Smile! You ' re going to be on the candids page! MAIN OFFICE “If this doesn’t do it, nothing will.” Underclassmen “Mnvum, that was a great hamburger!” Distinguished panel. “It’s no use, honey!” “Makes nine spectators!” ‘Well, I told you I knew how to play.” Grin. cfl Bleaughk! “Thirty-eight . . . and a half . . 60 They should see the ones we couldn ' t use “It’s Cl Wing Ding! " Kee-kee-kee. Jane always reads the Times. “Our very own still.” “What a way to spend a Friday afternoon. " “Do I hear five cents for this celery?” Marvelously well done. Somebody’s house. 61 “To begin with, my evaluation of the efficacy of this proposal is . . .” Too bad we didn ' t get pictures of that riot . . . Oh no, don’t let the rain come down! Typical. Hey! Put that out! Monday, Monday! Talk back to me, will you?” A student. “It ' s a special mop.” Alumni Day. “Dull?” 62 . . . maybe duri ng the next one . . . “Hello Flying Bear!” “What do we do with it now?” ■1 L ' ' 1 ' T A i “Oh, what is it?” “Well, what about Saturday night?” “Help! I’m surrounded by girls!” “This is going to be a fun book.” “I’ve reached my rope! ' Skilled craftsmen. 63 “This is going to he a great ship model!” “They’re coming to take me away, ha, ha!” Rising early “I know my class ... I know my name ... I know my room num- ber.” “Scoobie doobie doo — ” “This is true.” “I’m afraid your glockenspiel days “Scobie dobie doe — ” are over.” “I’m the Canada Dry Talking Man talking to . . .” “That’s pretty good for a square circle.” I 64 lin the morning . . . Cammarata strikes again! “The David Susskind show was pumped in from New York.” “You’re not chewing gum, are you?” “Now, each of you will bob once.” “M M’s melt in your mouth, but these things don’t melt at all!” “Another care package for AHS?” “I think I just gave Mrs. Stafford detention!” 65 UL TY FACUL TY FACUL TY FACUL TY FACUL TY FACUL jy H r i FACUL TY FACUL TY FACUL TY FACUL TY FACUL TY FACU MR. ARTHUR T. BURROUGHS Citizenship MISS IRIS C. BROWN English DR. CHARLES B. ARTHUR istory A H S FACULTY A man is always better than a book. Charles Townsend Copeland MISS DOROTHY ROUNDS Latin; Latin Club MR. RICHARD L. MILLER Physics MRS. GENEVIEVE J. HUMPHREY Industrial Arts MRS. PAULINE WADE Home and Family Living MRS. S. L. SASLOW English MISS MARY E. BARRY Guidance MISS DORIS J. McCarthy Social Studies MR. RALPH S. GIOBBE French; Italian MR. CARL A. JOHNSON Social Studies MRS. DOROTHY MR. E. S. BURKE COSLOY Bookkeeping; Typing Chemistry MR. ELMER E. BARBER Mathematics 68 At AHS after the students only the Faculty is more directly involved in our education. Some are classroom teachers who teach their subjects; others coach or advise clubs; some counsel students, by appointment or otherwise; but all are meeting the students with themselves. If we have an adventuresome school, rising before the sun, we must surely have sen- sitive and enterprising men and women who teach at AHS. MR. DOUGLASS L. EATON Mathematics MRS. MURIEL HEALY General Business MR. H. M. OLIVEIRA Accounting DR. ANTONETTE E. DiLORETO Business Education MR. RAYMOND S. KROLL Biology MRS. MARION FITZPATRICK French MR. HENRY M TOCZYLOWSKI Geography; Salesmanship MR. WILLIAM E. CROKE G uidance MISS E. CHRISTINE NORWOOD Guidance MISS GLENNA KELLY Business MR. CHARLES FAGONE Audio-Visual MRS. ILMI S. JONES Foods MR. ARTHUR L. TUOHY Guidance MRS. ANN COUSER English MR. CECIL V. HOWELL Mathematics 69 Just a minute! MR, RALPH F. GIOIOSA Industrial Arts MISS MARY M. O’CONNELL English MR. JOHN R. BYRNE English MRS. DONNA BRACKETT Biology MR. RALPH E. BEVINS Physical Education MR. L. HASSLER EINZIG Music MISS ELORENCE E. FORSYTH Home Economics MISS LENA M. MANNING English MR. DAVID N. BRACKETT Mathematics MR. PAUL VIGNOLl Woodworking MR. VINCENT J. D’ANTONA Mathematics; Guidance MRS. CHRISTINE FIORENZA Physical Education MISS VIRGINIA M. HUTCHINSON Mathematics; Allied Youth MR. RICHARD F. McELHINEY Music MISS GRACE R. JERARDI French MR. EDWARD P. BURNS Mathematics; Coach Where s your pass? MISS MAE R. TRUVEDSON Clothing; FHA MR. PERLEY H. THOMPSON History MRS. MARY L. MILLER Stenography; Typing MR. ROBERT C. HILL Physical Education MR. J. D. COLEMAN History; Civics MISS A. M. CHODNICKY English MR. JOHN M. O ' CONNOR Biology MR. JAMES E. KELLEY History; Track MRS. RUTH C. COSTLEY Latin MRS. CORINNE THAYER Business Organization MR. GERALD A. ROBINSON Art MR. REYNALD CIVILLI Mechanical Drawing MISS MARGARET M. ELINT Clothing MRS. MORA C. RAWLINGS Guidance MR. FRANK M. KOTCHIN Current Affairs MR. JOEL BECKWITH English 71 MISS AGNES V. HURLEY English MR. JOHN P. LIGOR Bookkeeping; Geography MRS, DOROTHY G. MacLEAN English; Dramatics MR. JEREMIAH DRISCOLL Mechanical Drawing MRS. THELMA SONNICHSEN Eoods MR. BRADEORD P. CLOUGH Physics MRS. BARBARA TATUM HU MM English; Student Council MR. ROBERT BERMAN History MR. ROBERT B. McEARLANE History MISS S. REBECCA HILL English MR. MARSHALL G. PRATT English; Yearbook MRS. SHARON E. HEAD English MISS SHEILA SHAPIRO Home Economics MRS. BARBARA C. GEOFERION Guidance MR. EDWARD CUNNINGHAM Social Studies Dear Housemaster: have a problem . . . MISS MARY JO BANE Social Studies MR. RICHARD E. PAUL Mathematics MR. JOHN SHAW Mathematics MRS. BARBARA BROWN English MR. WILLIAM F. LOWDER Physical Education MRS. DOROTHY GOLDKRAND Latin MRS. MARION F. KENNEDY Shorthand; Typing MRS. KATHERINE CAULFIELD Developmental Reading MR. NORMAN PAUL HYETT English; Chronicle MR. ROBERT E. MITCHELL Citizenship MRS. LOIS BECKWITH English MR. MICHAEL J. HORGAN Mathematics MISS DORIS WITHERS German; French MR. CARL A. HENDRICKSON English; Debating MR. THOMAS TREVISANI English; Dramatics 73 Whatever happened MR. WILLIAM McGovern Manual Arts MISS PATRICIA FALLON Guidance MR. HARRY A. MESERVE Biology; Science Club MRS. LOIS S. PHARRIS Clothing; F.tl.A. MR. ROBERT D. COMMITO Mathematics MR. DONALD H. SCOBIE Mechanical Drawing MISS WINNIFRED J. WOHLLEBE Mathematics; Ski Club MRS. HELEN E. STOCKMAN French MRS. TOBY F. MONTGOMERY History MR. JOSEPH ALPERT Manual Arts MR. JOHN F. BRITT Bookkeeping; Typing MRS. ELAINE A. KAHAN Mathematics MR. ROBERT M. COMMINS Mathematics MISS BARBARA DOUGHTY English MR. PAUL JENNEY English MRS. JANET KHATTAB Spanish 74 to Scene Around? MR. MICHAEL BEZUBKA Mathematics MR. PETER J. LEONE Business MR. CHARLES W. TUCKER Physical Education MRS. MARYLOU SOLLMAN Mathematics MR. ARTHUR W. BOTELHO, JR. Biology MISS JEANNE KIGHTLINGER French MR. CHARLES J. KORNIK Mechanical Drawing MISS BARBARA A. RIDGE Latin MR. DONALD J. MANNING Chemistry MISS LILLIAN HARRIS English MR. JOSEPH PAPANDREA Physical Science MISS MARY McDonough Physical Education MR. JOHN H. CODY Chemistry; Physics MR. RICHARD E. LAMAN Music MISS MOLLY BLACKALL French; French Club 75 MR. HAROLD B. FAIRBANKS Physical Education Happiness is. MR. CLARENCE E. EAULK Physical Science MISS MARY N. THOMPSON Typing; Briefhand MR. WESLEY CORDWELL I.B.M. MRS. ALMA GALLAGHER Developmental Reading MRS. AVA H. ROESTI Spanish MR. DOMINIC F. LUONGO Industrial Arts MRS. JUDY PTACEK English MRS. RUTH GATFI English MRS. MARY G. DOLAN Business MRS. MARTHA B. LOFTUS Clothing MRS. KATHLEEN ELLINGSEN Foods; Clothing M RS. JACQUELINE C. GIFFIN Mathematics MRS. JANICE M. KOPECKI Physical Education MISS MARIE L. SPAGNUOLO Office Practice; Girls’ Club MR. FRANK L. PRUSIK General Crafts MRS. SANDRA GARDINER Art 76 Friday afternoon. MRS. SIGNE B. HYNSON Librarian; Library Corps MRS. ROBERTA HOMER Art History MRS. EDITH W. PHINNEY Typing MR. HAROLD SHELDRICK Earth Science MRS. RUTH LEPIE Librarian MRS. PATRICIA CAREY Secretary MRS. RITA L. ELAHERTY Secretary MRS. MARY CAMERLENGO Secretary i I MRS. GENEVIEVE MYLES Secretary MRS. MARY E. HANSON English MRS. JULIA U. BUTLER Librarian MRS. GRACE M. STAFFORD Secretary MRS. JOAN BRESCIA Secretary MISS PATRICIA COSTLEY Secretary MRS. DORA VOZELLA, R.N. Nurse MRS. HELEN B. BERGKUIST, R.N. Nurse 77 MRS. KATHLEEN COLLINS Secretary MR. JAMES TERRANOVA Electronics Shop MRS. MARGARET DOWNEY Secretary MR. ROBERT J. WITHERS, SR. Machine Shop 78 MR. ROBERT LAVERY Social Studies MR. RALPH M. WARREN Electronics TECHN ICAL-VOCATION AL FACULTY MR. ROBERT BRENNAN Automotive Shop MR. EUGENE DOHERTY Machine Shop MR. FRANCIS KIRK Automotive Shop MR. LEWIS GALANTE Mathematics MR. WILLIAM V. DELANEY English MR. NORMAN JACOBSEN Electronics MRS. GERTRUDE BALDWIN Secretary 79 lORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENm Id RS SEN ORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS First Row: Fred Walsh, Glenn Hale. Second Row: John Walsh, Betsy McCall. Glenn Hale, Treasurer Gee, Fred! John, Fred, Glenn, and Betsy represent the class of ’67. By electing them, the class bestowed on these four students an honor and a responsibility which they have fulfilled. They have sincere- ly desired to work for their class and in some way to leave AHS better than it was when they took office. Betsy’s words, “I’m proud to serve my class,” describe a feeling that the officers all share. What ' s wrong now? John Walsh, President I I I September 7th: 179 more days! JOSEPH J. ACKERMAN 35 Hodge Road Activities: Earth Science Club; Volleyball . . . Favorite Sub- ject: History . . . Pet Peeves: Freshmen; The homeroom periods . . . Claim To Fame: Wearing the same gym suit for five years . . . Hobbies: Model rocketry; Fishing. JOHN J. ALESSANDRONI 172 Jason Street Activities: Hockey; Chronicle; Cross Country; Allied Youth ... I Will To AHS: My chemistry labs . . . Pet Peeve: Research papers . . . Interest: Girls . . . Known For: My last name . . . Chief Failing: Eng- lish. BONITA J. ALLEN 59 Everett Street Activities: Girls’ Club, Corres. Sec., Treas.; Chronicle; Ski Club; Cheerleading; AY; Working at the Stop Shop . . . Nickname: Bonnie ... I Will To AHS: All my head- bands . . . Fondest Memory: Summer of ’65 ... Known For: Birthday card Aug. 6. MAXINE L. ALMAN 54 Claremont Avenue Activities: AHS Marching Band; Dramatic Club; Chron- icle; Chess Club; Science Club; Civil Rights Club; AY; Library Corps; Mass. Teen Dems, State Corres. Sec.; Yearbook Staff . . . Known For: My bare feet. PATRICIA ALBANO 149 Newport Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Allied Youth; Chronicle; Girls’ Club; Tom Dooley Youth League, Executive Board; Yearbook Staff . . . Known For: Peppermint lifesavers ... I Will To AHS: My SMSG math book . . . Fondest Memory: Junior Prom. EILEEN M. ALLEN 10 Appleton Place Sports: Bowling; Tennis; Ski- ing; Swimming; Basketball . . . Hobbies: Dating boys; Roller skating . . . Ambition: To be a hairdresser . . . Pet Peeve: Homeroom . . . Favorite Sub- ject: English . . . Activities: Working at a donut shop. ROY D. ALLEN 32 Valentine Road Nickname: A1 ... Hobbies: Radio control; Ham radio and teletype experimenting . . . Pet Peeve: The blank school lunches . . . Sport: Bowling . . . Ambition: To become an engineer . . . Favorite Saying: “Well, that’s the way it goes.” CELESTE H. AMICO 10 Standish Road Nickname: Dee Dee . . . Known For: Being Short . . . Favorite Subject: Shorthand . . . Ambition: To be a secre- tary . . . Hobby: Collecting rocks ... 7 Will To AHS: All the cooking I did as a sopho- more . . . Chief Failing: Typ- ing. KATHLEEN L. ANDERS 43 Melvin Road Nickname: Kathy . . . Ambi- tion: To become a buyer . . . Will To AHS: My eyelashes; My nail polish . . . Activities: Bowling; Chronicle; Library Corps, V.Pres. . . . Known For: My red hair . . . Pet Peeve: White socks. 83 KATHLEEN L. ANDERSEN 140 Brattle Street Nickname: Kathy . . . Ambi- tion: To become an airline hostess . . . Pet Peeve: Home- room . . . Activities: Chron- icle; Salesgirl at Grant’s; Office assistant . . . Interest: Driving . . . Sports: Badminton; Soft- ball. RAYMOND S. ANDERSON 50 Washington Street Nickname: Sonny . . . Activi- ties: Allied Youth; Yearbook Staff . . . Claim To Fame: Sole possessor of a potrizebie . . . Sports: Baseball; Basket- ball . . . Never Forget: The summer of ’65 ... Will To AHS: The dress regulations. CHRISTOS J. ANGELOU 342 Massachusetts Avenue Favorite Personality: Batman . . . Suppressed Desires: To receive all A’s; To become a “playboy” . . . Known For: My hair . . . Claim To Fame: Basket weaving . . . Sports: Baseball; Bowling; Hunting . . . Never Forget: Homeroom 96. STEVEN J. ARCANTI 35 Burch Street I Will To AHS: The faculty . . . Activities: Student Coun- cil; Ski Club; Youth Council . . . Favorite Saying: “Don’t like it” . . . Pet Peeve: Col- lege boards . . . Sport: Base- ball . . . Favorite Subject: Bi- ology. ARLENE M. AUGUST 90 College Avenue Ambition: To go to secretarial school . . . Hobby: Dancing . . . Pet Peeve: When teachers yell ... I Will To AHS: My detention slips . . . Known For: Getting into trouble . . . Never Forget: The day I got my license. DALE J. BALOG 42 Silk Street Activities: Youth Council; Teen Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Girls’ Club; Chronicle; Library Corps; Earth Science Club . . . Hobbies: Ice Skating; Horseback riding; Reading . . . Interest: Folk Music . . . Am- bition: To become a teacher. Good morning! RICHARD J. ANDREOLI 21 Oakland Avenue Will To AHS: One old gym suit . . . Interest: Cars . . . Pet Peeve: My English teacher . . . Ambition: To graduate . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Favorite Subject: Biology . . . Predict That: AHS will be- come a state penitentiary? BARBARA M. ANTHONY 72 Magnolia Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Chronicle, Advertising Man- ager; Bedford Hospital Volun- teer; AY; Science Club; Span- ish Club; BYE; Working at Five Ten ... I Will To AHS: My biology term re- ports; Chief Failing: Spanish. ROBERT A. ARMSTRONG 27 Governor Road Nickname: Army . . . Hobby: Making fast cars . . . Ambi- tion: To be an automotive me- chanic . . . Favorite Subject: Science . . . Sport: Drag rac- ing . . . Favorite Personality: Soupy Sales . . . Known For: Long hair ... I Will To AHS: My comb. HARRY O. AUSTIN 15 Bartlett Avenue Ambition: To have fun . . . Known For: Passing out gum in history . . . Pet Peeve: Homeroom . . . Sport: Hunt- ing . . . Chief Failings: Math; History; English; Spanish . . . I Will To AHS: All my patch pocket pants. NANCY BALZER 35 Walnut Terrace Ambition: To be a nurse . . . Pet Peeve: Studying ... Ac- tivities: Chronicle; Pep Club; Tom Dooley Youth League; Allied Youth; Ski Club; Girls’ Club; Gilbert Sullivan ... I Will To AHS: All my embar- rassing freckles! 84 There are two announcements. JEAN A. BARILLA 16 Prescott Street Hobbies: Bowling; Oil painting . . . Sports: Tennis; Skiing; Soccer; Basketball . . . Ambi- tion: To be a laboratory tech- nician . . . Never Forget: All the fire drills . . . Activities: Intramural Softball; Dramatic Club; Pep Club. ROBERT G. BARTHOLOMEW 51 Newport Street Nickname: “Barts” . . . Pet Peeve: Girls who have long hemlines . . . Activities: Foot- ball, V. Manager; Hockey, V.. Co-capt.; Baseball . . . Sports: Lacrosse; Volleyball . . . Chief Failing: College boards . . . Never Forget: My wild home- room. DIANE M. BEAN 86 Marathon Street Known For: Blushing easily ... I Will To AHS: All my leftover gum wrappers . . . Suppressed Desire: To get married . . . Never Forget: Mr. Toz’s Class . . . Pet Peeve: People who have big mouths . . . 1 Predict That: AHS won’t change. ROBERT C. BEAUCHAMP 15 Radcliffe Road Fondest Memory: An LST trip . . . Activities: Debate Club; Science Club . . . Claim To Fame: Only boy Merit Semi- finalist for 66-67 at AHS . . . Will To AHS: My brain . . . Predict That: The League for Spiritual Discovery will live. WILLIAM F. BARRETT 76 Warren Street Interest: Girls . . . Work Out- side School: Machinist . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Ambi- tion: To further my education . . . Chief Failing: English . . . Favorite Personality: Peggy . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Known For: Being a beach bum. FRANCES BAUDANZA 32 Swan Place Nickname: Franny . . . Inter- ests: Boys; Bikes; Races . . . Ambition: To be a secretary . . . Known For: My big mouth ... 7 Predict That: I shall return ... I Will To AHS: All my forged warning slips . . . Favorite Subject: English. 1 WILLIAM R. BEARD 15 Chatham Street Nickname: Shadow the Second . . . Ambition: To be an engi- neer . . . Favorite Personality: Batman . . . Favorite Subject: Physics . . . Will To AHS: My beat Yamaha . . . Favorite Saying: “Mighty sorry about that. Chief!” HELLA K. BECKER 1 Berlin 37, Zehlendorf Katharinenster, 32 Germany Our friendly “fraulein” for one year . . . Left us last spring . . . traveled across our coun- try to England . . . interested in art history. MAUREEN C. BELAIR 27 Ashland Street Nickname: Ceis . . . Chief Failing: Latin . . . Ambition: To become a medical secretary . . . Pet Peeve: Babysitting on Saturday nights ... 7 Will To AHS: The lockers that are far away from the homerooms . . . Activities: Office assistant. FRANCES BELLINGHIERI 75 North Union Street Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Art Club; Chronicle, Copy Editor; Candy-Striper; FHA; CYO . . . Known For: My great collection of Beatle records ... 7 Predict That: I will be the head of my class in college?! 85 BLEAK.NEY BENEDICT 162 Lowell Street Hobbies: Scuba Diving; Listen- ing to good music; Working on my car . . . Claim To Fame: The white streak in my hair . . . Suppressed Desire: To run away from the realities of life . . . Favorite Personality: Nancy Sinatra. CHRISTINE BERBERIAN 70 Sunset Road Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Never Forget: The good old days at AHS . . . Favorite Personality : Donald Duck . . . Favorite Subject: Business Machines . . . Activi- ties: Office assistant . . . Inter- ests: Boys; “scooping.” RICHARD J. BIBBO 8 Field Road Nick n a m e : “Bibbs” . . . Known For: My baseball cards . . . Suppressed Desire: To do away with old age . . . Pet Peeve: All people who stare at others . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Barbra Streisand. (8:35) My alarm didn’t go off. CARL BENSON 34 Rockland Avenue Pet Peeve: Detention . . . Fondest Memory: Those lunches! ... I Will To AHS: My old snow tires . . . Pre- dict That: AHS will someday have a student parking area . . . Favorite Saying: “Who are you kidding?” MARIO A. BERLINGHIERI 86 Harlow Street Activities: Allied Youth; Teen Club; Ski Club; Projection Club . . . Interest: Baseball ... I Will To AHS: My car to the automotive section . . . Ambition: To go to a good college . . . Favorite Saying: “Pip, Pip, Cheerio.” JAMES BINA 13 Lafayette Street Sport: Baseball . . . Activities: CYO; Boys’ Club . . . Pet Peeve: Filling out yearbook in- formation . . . Hobbies: Coins; Stamps . . . Chief Fail- ing: Science . . . Favorite Per- sonality: Mickey Mantle . . . Interest: Sports. ROBERT W. BLOUIN 103 Bartlett Avenue Pet Peeve: The world . . . Sports: Hockey; Football . . . Hobby: Cars . . . Favorite Personalities: Rolling Stones . . . Known For: Being quiet . . . Will To AHS: My gym socks . . . Chief Failing: None . . . Ambition: To make money. JEFFREY H. BODMER 56 Newport Street Nickname: Jeff . . . Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer . . . Pet Peeve: Nervous peo- ple . . . Fondest Memory: His- tory . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Tom Dooley Youth League, Pres. ... I Will To AHS: My pants that nobody likes. ELAINE M. BOLDUC 17 Tanager Street Pet Peeve: Parents . . . Inter- ests: Boys . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Math . . . Favorite Say- ing: “That’s close” . . . Ambi- tion: To be a Navy nurse . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Chronicle . . . Sport: Water skiing. MARY ANN BOLDUC 183 Westminster Avenue Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; CYO . . . Interests: Fashion; Art . . . Sports: Swimming; Tennis . . . Chief Fading: Arriving places on time . . . Pet Peeve: Snobbish people . . . Ambition: To be- come an executive secretary. 86 . well, would you believe . . JANET M. BONANNO 89 Alpine Street Activities: Chronicle; Art Club; Office assistant; AY . . . Hob- bies: Playing the piano; Art . . . Chief Failing: Gym . . . Ambition: To be an interior decorator . . . Never Forget: Homeroom periods . . . Pet Peeve: Too much madras. BEVERLY L. BONNELL 10 Locke Street Favorite Subject: Typing . . . Pet Peeve: Having to face homework every day . . . Hobbies: Swimming; Skiing . . . Ambition: To become a hairdresser . . . Activities: Ski Club . . . Favorite Personali- ties: Sonny and Cher. JO ANNE M. BORTONE 48 Dundee Road Sports: Bowling; Roller skating . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Pet Peeve: Boys who look like girls . . . Never Forget: My history class . . . Chief Failing: Boys . . . Favorite Saying: “Are you truly seri- ous?” . . . Ambition: To be- come a nurse. FRANCES A. BOTTONI 10 Park Avenue Extension Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; CYO; FHA; Teen Club; Ski Club; Basketball . . . Pet Peeve: Parents ... I Predict That: I am not going on any more retreats! . . . In- terests: Mugs and the Square . . . Favorite Saying: “Your Mother!” LINDA A. BONITATIBUS 48 Newcomb Street Activities: Earth Science Club; Girls’ Club; Samettes; AY; CYO; Chronicle . . . Sports: Swimming; Skiing . . . Never Forget: Senior year . . . Pet Peeve: Summer loves that don’t work . . . Ambition: To become a teacher. SUSAN J. BORGHESANI 73 Columbia Road Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Chronicle, Asst. Editor; French Club, Sec.; Yearbook Staff; Art Club; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Samettes . . . Pet Peeve: No money to buy a Chronicle . . . Ambition: To be a math- ematics major. LAURA M. BOSCHETTI 206 Crosby Street Chief Failing: Running the dash in gym . . . Ambition: To become a medical techni- cian . . . Interest: Drums . . . Sports: Sailing; Water skiing . . . Fondest Memory: First pay check . . . Never Forget: Cape of “65”. PAUL BOUDREAU 18 Moccasin Path Sports: Cross Country; Foot- ball, V.; Baseball, V. . . . Never Forget: Winning Class A Football Title . . . Pet Peeve: Not enough time to shower in gym . . . Will To AHS: A bag of grass seed for Peirce Field. JOHN M. BOUTCHIA 45 Park Street Activities: Sea Explorers ... I Will To AHS: My mind . . . Sport: Basketball . . . Hobby: Working on cars . . . Interest: Going off on weekends with friends . . . Claim To Fame: Owning a ’60 De Soto . . . Ambition: To be a mechanic. ALLEN L. BOUTIETTE 45 Sunset Road Nickname: Boub . . . Work Outside School: Bodywork . . . Interests: Girls; Drag Racing . . . Ambition: To build a big Ford . . . Favorite Personality: Jayne Mansfield . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers . . . Favorite Saying: “Cease the buffoonery.” 87 ARTHUR W. BOUTIETTE 45 Sunset Road Nickname: Boub . . . Work Outside School: Short order cook . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Sports: Tennis; Soccer . . . Favorite Personality: Bat- man . . . Activities: Baseball; Student Government; Chron- icle . . . Interests: Girls; Cars; Money. CATHERINE A. BRESNAHAN 49 Alpine Street Activities: Science Club; Chess Club; Dramatic Club . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Biology . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Hobby: Working with com- puters . . . Interests: Chess; Programing; Music . . . Ambi- tion: To succeed in everything. JANICE R. BRITTAN 46 Westminster Avenue Activities: Orchestra; Ski Club; Concert Band, Treas.; Chron- icle, Editor-in-Chief; Marching Band; Library Corps, V.Pres. . . . Sport: Skiing . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To go para- chute jumping . . . Hobbies: Music; Graphology; Reading. NANCY L. BROWN 81 Highland Avenue Nickname: Wee . . . Interests: Boys . . . Sports: Swimming; Tennis . . . Pet Peeve: Bruce . . . Ambition: To be a secre- tary . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Claim To Fame: Great term papers in biology . . . Chief Failing: History. Where were you EDWARD T. BOWSER 21 Wachusett Avenue Nickname: Ted . . . Activities: AY; Student Council . . . Am- bition: To be rich and success- ful ... Claim To Fame: Being a baseball star . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Interest: Student Government ... I Predict That: I’ll never smoke. CAROL A. BRILLANTE 6 Victoria Road Interest: Sewing . . . Activi- ties: Allied Youth . . . Sports: Skating; Skiing . . . Ambition: To become a nurse . . . Fond- est Memory: Junior prom . . . Pet Peeve: Waking up on time . . . Never Forget: My Senior prom . . . Chief Failing: His- tory. JEFFREY C. BROWN 78 Cutter Hill Road Nickname: Charlie . . . Ambi- tion: To be a ? . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Favorite Personality: Jim McGuinn . . . Favorite Saying: “Fine!” . . . Hobbies: Playing the guitar; Breeding tropical fish ... Ac- tivities: Gilbert Sullivan. CYNTHIA J. BUCKLEY 7 University Road Activities: Majorettes . . . Never Forget: My sophomore classes . . . Hobby: Collecting records . . . Will To AHS: My ma- jorette boots . . . Fondest Mem- ory: The Junior Prom . . . Ambition: To be smothered in a huge pile of money. ROBERT F. BUCKLEY 12 Lewis Avenue Nickname: Buck ... I Will To AHS: My sports magazines . . . Favorite Personality: Bob Dylan . . . Hobby: Playing the drums . . . Pet Peeve: Old women . . . Activities: Weight- lifting; Intramural Basketball; Football. SHARON E. BUDD 46 Fremont Court Sports: Basketball; Volleyball; Hockey . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Bob Dylan . . . Pet Peeve: Saddle shoes . . . Fondest Memory: Summer, 1965 ... Will To AHS: The salt free, cold-hot lunches from the past four years. 88 when the lights went out? RICHARD J. BURKE 27 Newton Road Activities: Chronicle; Year- book Staff; Arlington Youth Council; AY . . . Interest: Girls . . . Sports: Hockey; Baseball; Football; Golf . . . Ambition: To become an engi- neer . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Known For: My comments about teachers. JANICE M. BURNS 504 Appleton Street Chief Failing: English . . . Claim To Fame: My biology papers ... I Will To AHS: All the pens that have run dry on me during tests . . . Inter- ests: Fellows . . . Ambition: To become a teacher . . . Fa- vorite Subject: U.S. History. Youth; Youth Council . . . Favorite Personality: Major Mudd . . . Never Forget: Our beating Weymouth ... I Will To AHS: A guitar for Mr. Leone . . . Claim To Fame: My motor scooter . . . Interest: School? KENNETH D. BUTT 591 Concord Turnpike Ambition: To go into a busi- ness . . . Nickname: Buttsey . . . Interests: Politics . . . Sports: Basketball; Baseball; Boxing; Pool . . . Chief Fail- ing: Wildly colored pants . . . I Will To AHS: Cafeteria lunches . . . Fondest Memory: Coach Burns. JOHN BUTLER 97 Overlook Road Activities: Allied WILLIAM G. BURKE 16 Montague Street Favorite Subject: Math . . . Never Forget: Arlington hockey games . . . Ambition: To become an engineer . . . Interest: Girls . . . Work Out- side School: Clerk at a super- market . . . Known For: Being inconsiderate . . . Sport: Hock- ey. BRUCE A. BURSEY 60 Piedmont Street Activities: Gymnastics . . . Never Forget: The bomb scares . . . Pet Peeve: Nancy . . . Sports: Skiing; Swimming; Gymnastics . . . Fondest Memory: Messy lunches ... I Will To AHS: My mercy . . . Ambition: To go to a good college. PETER BUTLER 1 1 Venner Road Hobby: Stamp collecting . . . Pet Peeve: School rules ... I Will To AHS: All the stairs I have climbed during the past four years . . . Chief Failing: Algebra . . . Favorite Subject: English IV . . . Never Forget: Mr. Danforth. DAVID P. BYRNE 3 1 Franklin Street Sports: Football; Weightlifting; Track ... Known For: Laughing at the wrong time . . . Claim To Fame: Being tardy . . . Favorite Subject: Lunch . . . Never Forget: Anything . . . Suppressed De- sire: To marry an old lady who is rich. JOHN R. BYRNE 27 Wachusett Avenue Activities: Football, V.; Hockey; Baseball; Allied Youth . . . Chief Failing: Col- lege boards . . . Pet Peeve: Being teased . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Woodworking . . . Never Forget: State tourney games ... I Will To AHS: Four false teeth. PHILIP P. BYRNE 27 Janet Road Activities: Football; Ski Club; Basketball . . . Interests: Girls . . . Ambition: To be a great teacher . . . Work Outside School: Cashier at Stop Shop . . . Favorite Saying: “You don’t, do you?” . . . Never Forget: All the days at AHS. 89 WILLIAM BYRNE 25 Clark Street Ambition: To enter the Ma- rines . . . Nickname: Wilhelm . . . Activities: Projection Club . . . Pet Peeve: A Viet Nam demonstration . . . Work Outside School: Framing pic- tures . . . Interests: Cutting, distributing and selling records. STEPHEN J. CALVINO 8 Revere Street Ambition: To become an engi- neer . . . Interests: Cars; Girls; Sports . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited people . . . Fondest Memor y: Graduation ... I Will To AHS: My Latin book that hasn’t been used yet . . . Sports: Swimming; Hockey; Baseball. ANTHONY F. CAMMARATA 106 Spring Street Activities: Yearbook Staff; Ski Club; Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Allied Youth; Audio Visual . . . Will To AHS: All the things I’ve done . . . Ambition: To be a pilot and a photographer . . . Nickname: Darin . . . Chief Failing: Eng- lish. ROBERT A. CAPASSO 47 Chatham Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Youth Council; Band; Teen Club; Allied Youth; Tom Dooley League; Ski Club; Or- chestra . . . Sports: Baseball; Football; Basketball; Music . . . Nickname: Dubba . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers. There is no safe skating | in JOSEPH P. CADDIGAN 18 Gardner Street Nickname: Jody . . . Claim To Fame: My hair . . . Favor- ite Personality: Bob Dylan . . . Sports: Basketball; Base- ball . . . Never Forget: Beach party at Cranes’ . . . Ambi- tion: To become a millionaire . . . Favorite Subject: Math with Mr. Burns. FRANCIS J. CAMELIO 221 Highland Avenue Activities: Football; Basketball . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Hobby: Weight lifting . . . Never Forget: The Ever- ett game in the rain . . . Pet Peeve: Cliques ... I Predict That: AHS will hold classes at Buttrick’s someday. ANN M. CAPASSO 19 Yale Road Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Arlington Youth Coun- cil; Ski Club; Student Council; FHA . . . Sports: Swimming; Ice Skating . . . Hobby: Sew- ing . . . Ambition: To be a nurse ... I Will To AHS: Those gourmet lunchroom menus. COLIN CARNEY 104 Wachusett Avenue Fondest Memory: Homework . . . Pet Peeve: Latin ... I Predict That: Someone wjll condemn this place . . . Ambi- tion: To go to college ... I Will To AHS: All the disci- pline slips I have received . . . Chief Fading: Latin. DAVID CARROLL 7 Indian Hill Road Activities: Chronicle, Business Manager; CYO, Treas.; Pres.; AY; Arlington Youth Council . . . Pet Peeve: All the people who know my locker combina- tion . . . Never Forget: The mayhem at the hockey games . . . Known For: Chemistry? DONNA CARTER 969 Massachusetts Avenue Known For: Being quiet . . . Chief Failing: History . . . Pet Peeve: Gym . . . Ambition: To work in an office . . . Fa- vorite Personality: Ricky Nel- son ... Will To AHS: My desk . . . Predict That: AHS will be a better school soon. 90 r in Arlington today. JANE A. CASAZZA 128 Gardner Street Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Sport: Softball . . . Never Forget: The proms . . . Favorite Subject: Typing . . . Favorite Saying: “Yuh” . . . Pet Peeve: Gym . . . Known For: My gum chewing ... 7 Predict That: Our Senior prom will be the best. JOHN P. CASTALDO 103 Hillside Avenue Ambition: To join the Navy ... I Will To AHS: “Cindy” . . . Hobby: Cars . . . Fondest Memory: The New England Drama Festival . . . Claim To Fame: Period 5 Bookkeeping . . . Never Forget: Mr. Ligore . . . Pet Peeve: Homeroom period. KATHLEEN CA VANAGH 21 Harvard Street Fondest Memory: Summer of “66” . . . Activities: Spanish Club; Girls’ Club; Chronicle; Allied Youth; Ski Club . . . Interest: Music ... Pet Peeve: People who are never on time . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Sammy Davis Jr. JANET A. CASAZZA 128 Gardner Street Nickname: Dimples . . . Am- bition: To work . . . Work Outside School: Telephone operator . . . Favorite Saying: “You’re all right.” ... 7 Will To AHS: G.I.A.W. . . . Never Forget: Getting thrown into the boy’s sanitary. DONNA M. CATANZANO 75 Mary Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Dramatic Club; Bowling; Al- lied Youth; Glee Club; Girls’ Choir; Girls’ Club; Ski Club; Volunteer at Bedford Hospital . . . Sports: Swimming; Soft- ball . . . Interest: Saint Agnes Senior Band. DAVID J. CAVICCHI 61 Bates Road Sp ort: Baseball . . . Never Forget: AHS . . . Hobbies: Playing cards; Staying home from school . . . Pet Peeve: People . . . Known For: My quietness . . . Suppressed De- sire: To become a doctor in a women’s prison. PAUL F. CAVICCHI 28 Wildwood Avenue Ambition: To become an engi- neer . . . Sports: Tennis; Vol- leyball ... 7 Will To AHS: The big gym lockers ... Ac- tivities: Cross Country; Band; Orchestra . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Math . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Room 33 . . . Interest: Playing the drums. ANNETTE E. CHALAS 139 Winchester Road Nickname: Zorba The Greek ... I Will To AHS: Monday Mornings . . . Work Outside School: B u 1 1 r i c k ’ s Fondest Memory: Sunday morning, June 19, 1966 . . . Never For- get: My sophomore geography class in room 66 with Mr. T. RICHARD J. CHALPIN 255 Wachusett Avenue Activities: Basketball; Track; Student Council, V.Pres. . . . 7 Predict That: The seagulls will inherit the earth . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To join the Stones . . . Ambition: To be a successful bum . . . Favorite Saying: “Get much?” FRANCIS C. CHANG 79 Tufts Street Ambition: To be a playboy with a Ph.D. ... Interests: All music; Girls . . . Favorite Subject: Math ... 7 Will To AHS: All my precious physics lab reports . . . Sports: Swim- ming; Basketball; Baseball ; Tennis; Bowling. 91 LAWRENCE R. CHAULK 8 Mott Street Activities: Football, JV . . . Pet Peeve: Kids who think they are great . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Favorite Personality: Jonathan Winters . . . Known For: Having a funny name . . . Ambition: To join the Air Force . . . Sport: Hockey. JOHN CHICARELLO 7 Victoria Road Activities: Allied Youth; CYO; Projection Club; Bowling . . . Pet Peeve: Study halls . . . Ambition: To go to college ... I Will To AHS: My locker . . . Hobbies: Cars; Electronics . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Biology. WILLIAM J. CHISHOLM 17 Claremont Avenue Activities: Bowling; Projection Club; Allied Youth; Football, JV . . . Claim To Fame: Not taking gym . . . Hobbies: Coins; Traveling ... I Will To AHS: My Batman suit . . . Suppressed Desire: To become an optometrist. Are you a boy? LINDA M. CHENERY 305 Massachusetts Avenue Activities: Samettes; Chronicle; Tom Dooley League; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Youth Council; CYO; Earth Science Club . . . Ambition: To be- come a secretary . . . Fondest Memory: The senior prom “66” . . . Pet Peeve: Monday mornings. LOUIS G. CHINETTI 18 Hawthorne Avenue Nickname: Jerry . . . Activi- ties: Audio-Visual Department; Civil Air Patrol; Boys’ Club; Gilbert Sullivan . . . Pet Peeve: Girls who talk too much ... I Will To AHS: My used bookcovers . . . Chief Failing: Math. CHARLOTTE A. CHUPAL 22 Hillside Avenue Nickname: Charlie . . . Ambi- tion: To be a credit to my family . . . Sports: Bowling; Basketball . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Fondest Memory: Miss McQuade’s English class . . . Activities: Dramatic Club; Girls’ Club . . . Pet Peeve: Snobs. LINDA CIANO 47 Homer Road Ambition: To graduate . . . Never Forget: Our years at AHS ... I Will To AHS: My dirty gym socks . . . Favorite Saying: “Bull.” . . . Pet Peeve: The cafeteria’s lunches . . . Chief Failing: Gym . . . Known For: Talking. NANETTE M. CIANO 222 Gray Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Junior Red Cross Representa- tive; Allied Youth; Chronicle . . . Pet Peeve: Convertible covers that take twenty min- utes to assemble in the pouring rain . . . Sports: Lacrosse; Ski- ing. ROBERT G. CLARK 33 Sutherland Road Will To AHS: My pens that run dry on tests . . . Activi- ties: Ski Club; Allied Youth; Teen Club; Earth Science Club; CYO ... Pet Peeve: Gym class . . . Suppressed Desire: To learn to sky dive . . . Sports: Skiing; Football. ELAINE J. CLESSAS 15 Golden Avenue Activities: Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Gilbert Sullivan . . . Nickname: K 1 e e - K o . . . Sport: Water Skiing . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Will To AHS: My Senior year . . . Never Forget: Miss Manning’s English class. 92 . . or are you a girl? THOMAS H. CLINTON 18 Mary Street Activities: Tennis; Hockey, JV . . . Nickname: Sneakers . . . Ambition: To be a successful businessman . . . Claim To Fame: Flap jaw . . . Never Forget: The last lunch for the class of “66” . . . Interest: Girls . . . Favorite Subject: Chemistry. GARY COBUZZI 109 Bay State Road Ambition: To be happily rich . . . Interest: Sports ... Ac- tivities: Gymnastics . . . Fa- vorite Saying: “Chug lug” . . . Favorite Subject: Lunch period . . . Claim to Fame: Never say die ... Chief Failing: Life. CONSTANCE H. COLE 74 Oak Hill Drive Activities: Girl’s Club; Allied Youth; Basketball; Field Hockey; Volleyball; Softball; Gymnastics . . . Known For: Reticence . . . Hobbies: Sing- ing; Reading; Camping ... I Will To AHS: Mr. Cosloy and CBA . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Bill Cosby. MARY C. COLLITON 152 Renfrew Street Activities: Girls’ Club; Office Assistant . . . Fondest Mem- ory: My Junior Prom ... I Will To AHS: My little sister . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Suppressed Desire: To go to IBM school . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Pet Peeve: Gym. MARGARET L. COBET 921 Massachusetts Avenue Nickname: Peggy Jane . . . Sports: Bowling; Swimming . . . Activities: FHA; Chron- icle . . . Never Forget: AHS . . . Favorite Saying: “What a way to go!” . . . Hobby: Painting . . . Known For: Forgetting things . . . Favorite Subject: History. BONNIE LEE COLBURN 143 Waverley Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Ski Club; Girl’s Club; Rainbow; Allied Youth . . . Hobbies: Sewing; Painting; Accordion; Drawing . . . Pet Peeves: Waking up; Lunchroom meals; Gym . . . Interests: Boys . . . Favorite Saying: “Smarten up!” DAVID S. COLLINS 15 Cross Street Activities: Football; Baseball; Basketball . . . Pet Peeve: French . . . Ambition: To be- come a draftsman or an archi- tect ... Never Forget: Hammy . . . Chief Failing: French . . . Known For: My sweetness ... Claim To Fame: My slowness in pursuit. WILLIAM COMEAU 34 Fairmont Street Activities: Youth Council; Boys’ Club . . . Interests: Bas- ketball; Skating . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Fondest Memory: Getting a B from Miss Manning . . . Never For- get: French class with Miss Heller . . . Favorite Subject: Biology. MICHAEL E. CONNEILLY 10 Milton Street Nickname: Hangover ... Hobbies: Hunting; Skiing; Swimming; Food; Girls . . . Ambition: To become an Elec- tronic Engineer . . . Favorite Subject: Mechanical drawing . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Activities: Ski Club. MARK V. CONNELLY 86 High Haith Road Hobbies: Electronics; Swim- ming; Reading magazines . . . I Predict That: “Moment of Si- lence” will be scrapped by 1968 . . . Ambition: To obtain a high-paying job . . . Chief Failing: Chemistry ... I Will To AHS: “Achiever” sheets. 93 RODIA D. CONSTANTINIDES 62 Waldo Road Ambition: To become a teacher . . . Activities: Pep Club; Chronicle; Office Assist- ant; Library Corps; Yearbook Staff . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Predict That: The class of “67” will outdo the class of “ 66 ”. MARY N. COONEY 745 Summer Street Nickname: Nance . . . Known For: My sarcasm . . . Activi- ties: Ski Club; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Teen Club; Field Hockey; Softball . . . Pet Peeve: Phonies . . . Ambition: To be a teacher . . . Never Forget: D i a n n e ' s cottage; Hockey games. CHARLOTTE L. COOPER 30 Robbins Road Nickname: Charlie . . . Ac- tivities: Allied Youth; Chron- icle; Latin Club; Yearbook Staff . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Pet Peeve: Cliques . . . Suppressed De- sire: To get my ears pierced . . . Will To AHS: Spiller. Intramural Madras Team NANCY L. COOK 15 Memorial Way Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Ski Club . . . Never Forget: The Junior Prom and beach party ... I Predict That: The conditions at AHS can only be improved . . . Ambition: To become an air- line hostess . . . Interest: J.G.? CHARLENE D. COOPER 36 Fremont Street Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Chronicle; FHA . . . Fondest M e m o r y : Biology class . . . Sports: Tennis; Skat- ing . . . Ambition: To become a doctor . . . Work Outside School: Candy Striper . . . Claim To Fame: My blonde hair. DONNA CORBETT 1 10 Hibbert Street Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Favorite Saying: “That’s close!” . . . Fondest Memory: My Junior year . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Activi- ties: Office assistant; CYO . . . Hobby: Ice skating . . . Favorite Subject: Typing. KEITH A. COREY 254 Florence Avenue Favorite Saying: “Not this boy” . . . Sport: Water skiing ... Favorite Personality: James Brown . . . Pet Peeve: Yellow slips . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Biology . . . Suppressed Desire: To continue my educa- tion so that I will become rich. BRIAN CORKERY 3 1 Chester Street Favorite Personality: Jonathan Winters . . . Favorite Subject: An easy one . . . Pel Peeve: College Boards . . . Sports: Hockey, V. ... I Will To AHS: My glasses . . . Chief Failing: Easily persuaded . . . Predict That: AHS will win GBI. .MICHAEL W. CO RON 58 James Street Interest: Golf . . . Sports: Golf; Bowling . . . Activities: Bowling league; Golf . . . Ambition: To go to college . . . Known For: Eating life- savers . . . Claim To Fame: My report card . . . Favorite Subject: Spanish. DENNIS C. CORSO 3 1 Rangeley Road Sports: Basketball; Baseball . . . Hobby: Playing in my band . . . Will To AHS: My “clean” gym suit . . . Claim To Fame: Glen plaid bell bot- toms . . . Chief Failing: Being born . . . Known For: Being called Ferret . . . Pet Peeve: Haircuts. 94 . . gone but not forgotten. ROBERT M. COSTA 25 Peirce Street Hobbies: Reading; Playing cards . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Ambition: To become a graduate . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Bomb scares . . . Favor- ite Saying: “Hi.” ... I Will To AHS: One unusual pencil ... Favorite Personality: Mick Jagger. PATRICIA L. COX 10 Mead Road Interests: Movies; Dances; Boys . . . Favorite Personali- ties: Smothers Brothers . . . Hobby: Playing good records . . . Pet Peeve: Snobs . . . Activities: Teen Club . . . Sports: Football; Baseball; Hockey . . . Favorite Subject: Lunch. RICHARD B. CREELMAN 38 Norfork Road Sports: Hunting; Fishing; Wa- ter Skiing . . . Hobbies: Girls; Guns; Collecting ammunition; Archery . . . Activities: Work- ing . . . Favorite Subject: Shop . . . Claim To Fame: My big cars . . . Favorite Say- ing: “Oh really?!” KATHLEEN M. CRONIN 96 Overlook Road Nickname: Kathy . . . Activi- ties: Working for a hospital; Girls’ Club; Field Hockey . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Sport: Football ... I Will To AHS: All my gym classes . . . Fond- est Memory: My Junior Year. NANCY J. COUSENS 45 Linden Street Sports: Softball ; Basketball . . . Pet Peeve: Messy dressers . . . Will To AHS: My gym socks . . . Predict That: My locker can not last another year . . . Ambition: To teach . . . Chief Failing: Not doing my homework. RICHARD P. CREA 1 1 Nicod Street Activities: Yearbook Staff, Bus. Editor . . . Suppressed De- sires: To graduate from col- lege; To play the guitar well . . . Interests: Girls; Cars . . . Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping . . . Pet Peeve: The crowded cafeteria. CANDACE J. CRISTOFORI 50 Temple Street Interest: Fashions . . . Pet Peeve: Being kept waiting . . . Hobbies: Sewing; Reading . . . Activities: FHA; Ski Club; Al- lied Youth . . . Sport: Base- ball . . . Ambition: To be- come a nurse . . . Never For- get: Hampton Beach. STEPHEN R. CRON MILLER 1 10 Webster Street Claim To Fame: My member- ship in the Musketeers . . . Chief Failing: Life . . . Fond- est Memory: Fun at Tufts . . . Activities: Ski Club; Allied Youth ... I Will To AHS: The key I used as a Freshman . . . Pet Peeve: Haircuts. PRISCILLA E. CROWLEY 43 Mich ael Street Known For: Talking ... I Predict That: Someday the police will form a force . . . Pet Peeve: Rules and teachers . . . Fondest Memory: The day I got my license . . . Never Forget: The day I went off to Cranes’. DANIEL L. CULLINAN 8 Hodge Road Activities: Football, V.; Track; Allied Youth; Basketball; Youth Council; Baseball . . . Ambition: To go to Florida with football team . . . Never Forget: Weymouth game . . . Claim To Fame: Excuses . . . Favorite Subject: Latin. 95 JEROME J. CURA 79 Grafton Street Sport: Basketball . . . Pet Peeve: Chemistry . . . Activi- ties: Allied Youth, V.Pres.; Yearbook Staff; Basketball; Ski Club; Teen Club; Tom Dooley; Work at a fish store . . . Ambition: To become a doctor . . . Hobby: Playing the drums. JAMES M. CURRY 98 Appleton Street Hobby: Playing the organ . . . Pet Peeve: Haircuts . . . Never Forget: Leaving geome- try class each day ... I Will To AHS: Nothing important . . . Fondest Memory: Sum- mer vacations . . . Claim To Fame: Friday oral talks in Miss Manning’s class. JOHN F. D ' AMORE 10 Purity Spring Road Nickname: J.D. . . . Ambi- tion: To make money . . . Sports: Baseball; Football; Basketball . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Our English class ... I Will To AHS: My tie, for I hope I’ll never use one again except on Sundays. Early to bed, early to rise . . DIANE A. CURRAN 172 Park Avenue Nickname: Di . . . Activities: Tom Dooley; Allied Youth; Art Club, V. Pres.; Chronicle, Cartoonist; Office Assistant; Debating Club, Sec.-Treas., Pres.; Yearbook Staff, Art Edi- tor . . . Suppressed Desire: To live in a garret. BARBARA A. CUTTER 1 10 Westminster Avenue Sport: Tennis . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Favorite Subject: History ... I Will To AHS: My old gym suit . . . Ambi- tion: To be a stewardess or a home economist . . . Pet Peeve: Swinging doors . . . Activities: Ski Club; Girls’ Club; AY. JOSEPH R. D’AMORE 65 Fisher Road Sports: Track; Basketball . . . Will To AHS: That Black Plague . . . Known For: Being cooperative . . . Favorite Say- ing: “E.D.Y.F.A.!” . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To rule the universe ... I Predict That: The flag pole will turn purple. ARLENE C. DANNENBERG 25 Glen Avenue Activities: Girls’ Club, Treas.; Spanish Club; Allied Youth, Pres., V.Pres., Council; Library Corps; Working at Mystic Dairy Bar . . . Sport: Sailing . . . Ambition: To work for the Federal Government . . . Favorite Subject: History. BARBARA A. DeANGELIS 12 Stone Road Hobby: Art . . . Sport: Swim- ming . . . Ambition: To be a hairdresser . . . Favorite Sub- ject: History ... I Will To AHS: My old typewriter . . . Favorite Personality: Righteous Brothers . . . Interests: Knit- ting; Swimming ... Pet Peeve: School. RICHARD DeCAMPO 14 Dorothy Road Ambition: To be a music teacher . . . Never Forget: Lunch periods ... I Predict That: Graduation will be rained out . . . Chief Failing: Chemistry ... I Will To AHS: One old math book . . . Pet Peeve: AHS teachers. CYNTHIA N. DeCAPRIO 927 Massachusetts Avenue Nickname: Dee-Dee . . . Pet Peeve: One boy . . . Sport: Softball . . . Favorite Sayings: “Lasagna!!”; “I love you!” . . . Hobbies: Art; Dancing ... Favorite Personality: Elvis Presley . . . Interest: Boys . . . Favorite Subject: Biology. 96 because of double session. RICHARD J. DEERAN 7 Ereeman Street Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping . . . Claim To Fame: My sense of humor . . . Pet Peeve: Doing the same thing all over again . . . I Will To AHS: My English Notebook . . . Fondest Memory: My first day at AHS . . . Chief Fail- ing: Erench. DIANE DeMITA 21 Westminster Avenue Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Ski Club; CYO; CYC . . . Pet Peeve: Mugs . . . Ambition: To be a schoolmas- ter ... Will To AHS: Notes to Fran . . . Fondest Memory: Mount Auburn parties and dances. ROBERT V. DeNISI 66 Yerxa Road Nickname: Bobby . . . Work Outside School: Stop Shop . . . Favorite Subject: Study Hall . . . Interest: Girls . . . Sport: Baseball ... I Predict That: The class of 1967 will be the wildest graduation group ever! MARGARET DePRIMEO 10 Devereaux Street Known For: My sense of hu- mor . . . Pet Peeve: Physical education . . . Never Forget: My good old high school years at AHS . . . Ambition: To marry a multi-millionaire . . . Favorite Saying: “Cool it!” . . . Favorite Subject: English. JAMES C. DeROSA 54 Fremont Street Activities: Earth Science Club; Salesclerk at Radio Shack . . . I Will To AHS: 2,000 dry pens . . . Claim To Fame: Electric gadgets . . . Known For: Not so wise sayings . . . Favorite Sayings: “Disgusting”; “You speak with forked tongue.” ANGELA M. DELIA 21 Henderson Street Nickname: Angie . . . Activi- ties: Gilbert Sullivan; Chron- icle; FHA, Pres.; Salesgirl . . . Hobbies: Swimming; Horse- back riding ... I Will To AHS: My Biology labs . . . Ambition: To attend college . . . Favorite Subject: Study. CAROL A. DEMPSEY 33 River Street Ambition: To become a secre- tary ... Work Outside School: Salesgirl at Grant’s . . . Hobby: Collecting records . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Nickname: “Giggles” . . . Fondest Memory: The Junior Prom . . . Known For: My laugh. DIANE M. DENNIS 60 Florence Avenue Nickname: Di . . . Hobbies: Music; Sewing . . . Favorite Personality: Frank Sinatra . . . Fondest Memory: Harwichport . . . Chief Failing: Biology . . . Suppressed Desire: To join the Army . . . Interests: Hockey games. RONALD DERMADY 124 Scituate Street Sports: Football; Hockey . . . Pet Peeve: Women drivers . . . Hobby: Cars . . . Ambi- tion: To be a C. P. A. . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Bookkeeping . . . Will To AHS: My gym socks . . . Fondest Memory: My typing class. RAYMOND E. DESHLER 155 Summer Street Activities: Football, V.; Indoor Track; Basketball, V.; Baseball, V. . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Hobby: Girls . . . Chief Failing: History . . Ambi- tion: To become a Certified Public Accountant . . . Pet Peeve: My gym class. 97 STEPHEN C. DeVITO 34 Ereeman Street Sports: Eootball; Hockey . . . Will To AHS: Five hundred old pencils . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Math . . . Work Outside School: Clerk for Stop Shop . . . Favorite Saying: “Go jump in a lake!” . . . Known For: My pleasant disposition. LUCILLE B. DiClCCO 271 Florence Avenue Known For: My big eyes and big mouth . . . Activities: Chronicle; Allied Youth; Soft- ball; Girls’ Club; Salesclerk . . . Pet Peeve: Irish men . . . Ambition: To be a teacher at the Stratton School . . . Chief Failing: Geometry. DANA P. DIGGINS 81 Columbia Road Pet Peeve: Drunks . . . Inter- est: Girls ... Hobbies: Sports; Music; Instruments . . . Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping . . . Fondest Memory: Hockey games ... I Will To AHS: My gym suit . . . Activities: Ski Club; Band. DANIEL T. DISKIN 10 Lennon Street Activities: Hockey, JV; Base- ball; Golf, V. ... Ambition: To succeed in business . . .In- terests: Music; Sports . . . Chief Failing: French III . . . Never Forget: Mechanical Drawing II ... I Will To AHS: My Gym pants. If there ' s a bomb in there JOHN DeVRIES 2 Oldham Road Favorite Personality: Ayn Rand . . . Pet Peeve: The U.S. Government . . . Hobby: Phi- losophy . . . Interest: Railroad history . . . Activities: Debat- ing Club; Dramatics Club; Sci- ence Club; Construction work . . . Favorite Saying: “What for?” JAN MARIE DICKSON 191 Scituate Street Hobby: Horseback riding . . . Never Forget: The sanitary in eighty’s corridor . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To quit school . . . Will To AHS: Abso- lutely nothing . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Chief Fail- ing: Procrastination. LYDIA DiMELLA 15 Thesda Street Nickname: Lyd . . . Sport: Skiing . . . Favorite Subject: Art . . . Hobby: Painting . . . Ambition: To become a fash- ion designer . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Fondest Mem- ory: My sophomore year . . . Chief Failing: School. ANTHONY F. DiSTEFANO 279 Florence Avenue Nickname: Chuck . . . Activi- ties: Yearbook Staff; Dramatic Club; Chronicle . . . Interests: Acting; Dancing . . . Never Forget: Dances at the West . . . Sports: Football; Hockey . . . Will To AHS: All my sweaters. LINDA M. DIXON 94 Menotomy Road Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club ... I Will To AHS: All of my extra math pads and the sleep I have missed . . . Known For: My bare feet . . . Fondest Memory: Whistling down the 80’s corridor . . . Sport: Skiing . . . Ambition: To draw. LEON J. DODD 4 Browning Road Activities: AHS Marching Band; Earth Science Club; DeMolay . . . Sports: Golf; Baseball; Bowling; Billiards . . . Interests: Girls’; Cars . . . Ambition: To become an architect . . . Favorite Saying: “Light dawns over marble head.” 98 then ive can go home, right? DANIEL J. DOHERTY 80 Gardener Street Nickname: Dot . . . Interests: Cars; Motorcycles . . . Pet Peeves: Draft dodgers; Dicta- tor-type teachers ... I Predict That: I might go to Vietnam . . . Ambition: To join the Navy . . . Favorite Saying: “Yoo-hoo” . . . Hobby: Driv- ing. PAUL H. DOHERTY 89 Sunset Road Fondest Memory: Bookkeeping One class . . . Sports: Golf, Bowling; Basketball ... Known For: My “A” in every subject . . . Activities: Bowling ... Favorite Personality: Robert Vaughn ... I Predict That: AHS basketball will be- come good. PAUL R. DONALDSON 41 Marathon Street Hobby: Amateur radio . . . Fondest Memory : Football games . . . Sport: Baseball . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a Math Teacher? ... 7 Will To AHS: All my school books . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Earth Science. DONNA DONOVAN 6A Memorial Way Sport: Hockey . . . Never Forget: My 6th period class on Tuesday in my Junior Year . . . Ambition: To go to busi- ness school . . . Pet Peeve: Stuck-up and conceited kids . . . Favorite Saying: “Would you believe?” MAUREEN A. DOHERTY 271 Park Avenue Activities: Volleyball; Allied Youth; Tumbling . . . Ambi- tion: To graduate . . . Hobby: Riding horses . . . Sports: Ski- ing; Skating; Riding; Swimming . . . Chief Failing: Foods . . . Nickname: “Moe” . . . Work Outside School: Salesgirl at Hudson’s. MARALYN J. DOLAN 133 Sunset Road Nickname: Doo . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Activities: Girls’ Club, V.Pres., Pres.; Al- lied Youth ... Interest: Watching football and hockey games . . . Ambition: To be a secretary . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Mathematics. STEVEN E. DONNELLY 58 Deca tur Street Nickname: Donka . . . Activi- ties: Football, V.; Baseball; Hockey, Co-Capt. . . . Known For: Being an “A” student . . . Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping . . . Pet Peeve: Eight balls . . . Claim To Fame: Talking in riddles. JOHN F. DONOVAN 457 Summer Street Nickname: Dun the him . . . Sports: Baseball; Basketball ... I Will To AHS: My worn out basketball . . . Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping . . . In- terest: Girls . . . Activities: Football . . . Ambition: To go to college. MARY ANNE DONOVAN 1 1 Peirce Street Nickname: Donnso ... Ac- tivities: Chronicle; Girls’ Club; Allied Youth . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Sport: Softball . . . Work Outside School: Clerk at Hudson’s store . . . Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Favorite Subject: History. MAUREEN DORRINGTON 18 Peirce Street Activities: Girls’ Club, V.Pres.; Chronicle; Spanish Club; Al- lied Youth; Basketball; Ski Club . . . Never Forget: All the football and hockey games; AHS . . . Sports: Football; Hockey . . . Pet Peeve: Loud underclassmen. 99 FLORA R. D’OSTILIO 13 Brookdale Road Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Chief Failing: Eng- lish grammar . . . Activities: Girls’ Club . . . Pet Peeves: Gym; Homework . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Never Forget: Algebra I class ... I Will To AHS: My old gym suit. NANCY E. DOWNIE 34 Gorham Street Interests: Boys . . . Ambition: To be a nurse . . . Activities: Glee Club; Babysitting . . . Pet Peeve: Going to school . . . Hobby: Using paints . . . Favorite Personality: The Roll- ing Stones . . . Favorite Say- ing: “I’m amused!” KENNETH J. DOYLE 516 Summer Street Nickname: El Duce . . . In- terest: Money . . . Activities: Basketball; Allied Youth . . . Sports: Hockey; Basketball . . . Favorite Subject: U.S. History . . . Fondest Memory: Speech class of “65” . . . Hobby: Collecting coins. RICHARD DOYLE 83 Robbins Road Pet Peeve: Studs . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To play college football ... I Will To AHS: My driving skills . . . Fondest Memory: Weymouth game . . . Never Forget: November 9, 1965, the blackout in the locker room . . . Favorite Say- ing: “Why no!” . . . these forms which ANTHONY DOVIDIO 17 Crawford Street Interests: Gymnastics; Golf . . . Hobby: Collecting coins . . . Pet Peeve: Slicing golf balls ... I Will To AHS: One thousand flash cards in Spanish . . . Activities: Gymnastic Team; Teen Club; YMCA . . . Ambition: To make money. MARY ELLEN DOWNING 9 Blossom Street Interest: Earning some money . . . Ambition: To inherit a million dollars . . . Activities: Cafeteria assistant . . . Never Forget: All the great kids at AHS . . . Claim To Fame: Typing II Class . . . I Will To AHS: All my books. PAULINE R. DOYLE 43 Henderson Street Activities: Volleyball; Tennis; Dramatic Club; Tumbling; Chorus; Softball; Modern Dance Class . . . Interest: Playing guitar by ear . . . Sports: Swimming; Basketball . . . Ambition: To become a teacher . . . Favorite Subject: Chorus III. DEBRA J. DRAKE 114A Sunnyside Avenue Nickname: Maynard . . . In- terest: Bowling . . . Ambition: To become a secretary . . . Sports: Boating; Tennis; Ski- ing; Skating; Riding; Billiards . . . Hobby: Playing the drums . . . Activities: Samettes; Modern Dance. MARK P. DRISCOLL 107 Hibbert Street Activities: Football, V.; Hockey, V.; Chronicle; Base- ball, V. Capt.; Allied Youth . . . Claim To Fame: My head ... I Will To AHS: The 4 greatest years of my life ... I Predict That: AHS will win 2 or more state championships in 67. MAUREEN E. DRISCOLL 103 Oakland Avenue Nickname: Moe ... Hobby: Walking on the beach . . . In- terests: Boys . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Activities: Girls’ Glee Club; Choir; Girls’ Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Allied Youth; Ski Club; Basketball . . . Fondest Memory: Marsh- field. 100 . . must be filled out CHARLES A. DUFFY 65 Henderson Street Nickname: McDufF ... Ac- tivities: Football; Baseball . . . Interest: Girls . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Ambition: To be a bartender . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers . . . Fondest Memory ... Bookkeeping class . . . I Will To AHS: My “A” in History. NANCY DUGGAN 64 Fairmont Street Pet Peeve: Eight o’clock bell . . . Fondest Memory: Sum- mer of 1966 . . . Favorite Say- ing: “Yeah, might believe it, right!” . . . Favorite Personali- ties: Mamas and Papas ... I Predict That: AHS will soon have good lunches. CHARLES DUP£E 18 Longfellow Road Favorite Subject: Auto shop . . . Work Outside School: Salesclerk at Zwicker’s Sport Shop . . . Pet Peeve: TV commercials . . . Sports: Div- ing; Surfing . . . Ambition: To be a mechanic for lawnmowers or cars . . . Chief Failing: Gym. MARYLOU EGAN 25 Elmore Street Activities: Teen-age Demo- crats; Library Corps; Chron- icle; FHA, Treas.; Allied Youth; Gilbert Sullivan . . . Pet Peeve: Red hair ... I Will To AHS: All the homework I didn’t do . . . Sports: Skating; Swimming. KAREN M. DUGGAN 193 Mystic Street Nickname: Jodie . . . Ambi- tion: To be a teacher . . . Claim To Fame: My big mouth . . . Activities: Ski Club; Chronicle; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Teen Club . . . Chief Failing: Getting passing grades ... I Will To AHS: School lunches. LINDA S. DUGGAN 9 Fremont Street Nickname: Rocky . . . Hobby: Boys . . . Activities: Waitress, Fidelity House member . . . Ambition: To be a secretary . . . Interest: Boys . . . Favor- ite Subject: English ... I Pre- dict That: The little green men will someday rule the world. JANE D. EATON 200 Cedar Avenue Activities: Samettes; Ski Club; Girls’ Club . . . Sports: Base- ball; Basketball; Hockey . . . Ambition: To become a teacher . . . Interest: Dances . . . Chief Failing: French . . . Fondest Memory: Senior Prom “66” . . . Pet Peeve: Snobbish people. RICHARD B. EGAN 92 Thorndike Street Sports: Basketball . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers . . . Fondest Memory: The lunchroom . . . Ambition: To enter the service . . . Favorite Subject: Mathe- matics . . . Nickname: “Lank” ... I Will To AHS: My empty seats . . . Hobby: Gui- tar. TERESA EGAN 8 Longmeadow Road Nickname: Terry . . . Activi- ties: Dramatic Club; Yearbook Staff; Hospital Volunteer; Chronicle; Allied Youth . . . Hobbies: Tennis; Sailing; Drama . . . Chief Failing: Grammar . . . Ambition: To become a dental assistant. THOMAS M. ELIAS 22 Pawnee Drive Sports: Football; CYO Wres- tling; Hockey; Baseball . . . Suppressed Desire: To gradu- ate .. . Nickname: “Pit” . . . Never Forget: Bus rides to the hockey games ... I Predict That: Schnock will rule . . . Chief Failing: Mathematics. 101 STEPHEN P. ELIOS 30 Melrose Street Nickname: Curly . . . Known For: My curly hair . . . Fond- est Memory: Going to the Sen- ior Prom . . . Pet Peeve: P.O.D. class . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Math ... I Will To AHS: Tardy slips . . . Sport: Football . . . Chief Failing: English. SUSAN B. ELLIOTT 7 Woodland Street Activities: Yearbook, Editor-In- Chief; Allied Youth, V. Pres.; Tom Dooley League; Latin Club; Girls’ Club . . . Known For: My green hair . . . Chief Failing: ACH boys . . . Pet Peeve: Jeff’s sarcasm ... I Will Jo AHS: Another wild Indian. CLAIRE C. ENWRIGHT 72 Lake Street Nickname: Leary . . . Ambi- tion: To be a secret agent . . . Known For: Being skinny . . . Will To AHS: My freckles ... I Predict That: I will graduate . . . Never Forget: My marks . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Favorite Say- ing: “Oh brother!” JOHN F. ERRERA 152 Scituate Street Ambition: To become an engi- neer . . . Sports: Basketball; Football . . . Activities: Allied Youth . . . Work Outside School: Foundry . . . Never Forget: Homeroom 57 . . . Favorite Subject: Mathematics . . . Favorite Saying: “Well, sorree!” . . . signed by a parent JOYCE E. ELLIOTT 7 Woodland Street Activities: Debating Club, Sec.- Treas., V.Pres.; Yearbook Staff, Managing Editor; Allied Youth; Tom Dooley League; Girls’ Glee Club; Playing in a folk group . . . Ambition: To enter the foreign service. NANCY V. ENRIGHT 47 Crosby Street Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Student Council; Sam- ettes; Cheerleading, Co-capt.; Tennis . . . Pet Peeve: Un- friendly people . . . Ambition: To become a secretary ... I Will To AHS: All the typing erasers I’ve lost. BARBARA A. ERICKSON 72 Hodge Road Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Chronicle . . . Ambi- tion: To become a secretary . . . Claim To Fame: My talk- ing . . . Pet Peeve: Question- naires . . . Chief Failing: Sew- ing class . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Senior beach party. ELAINE ESPOSITO 846 Massachusetts Avenue Ambition: To live in Hawaii in a little grass shack never doing any work . . . Activities: Al- lied Youth; Office assistant . . . Never Forget: Summer of ’66 . . . Chief Failing: Every- thing . . . Favorite Saying: “Yeah, sure!” JOHN J. FAHEY 56 Walnut Street Nickname: Fay . . . Will To AHS: My report cards . . . Activities: Baseball, JV . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Pet Peeve: Any long home- work assignments . . . Fondest Memory: Graduating from AHS . . . Ambition: To live an easy life. MARY E. FAHEY 24 Woodbury Street Nickname: Marty . . . Ambi- tion: To be a teacher . . . In- terest: Boys . . . Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Chronicle; Ski Club . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Spanish . . . Pet Peeve: Mr. B. . . . Sport: Basketball . . . Favorite Saying: “That’s close.” 102 . and returned tomorrow. PATRICIA A. FAHEY 1 1 Glenburn Road Interests: Books . . . Activi- ties: FHA; Chronicle; Allied Youth . . . Ambition: To be a Wave officer . . . Sports: Vol- leyball; Basketball . . . 1 Will To AHS: All my notebooks . . . Known For: Smiling . . . Claim To Fame: Geometry? BETTY A. FARINOSO 50 Hathaway Circle Favorite Personalities: The hip Supremes . . . Ambition: To teach . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Girls Club; Student Council; Softball; Basketball; Field Hockey . . . Pet Peeve: Friends that do not say “hi” to me in the corridors. VERONICA I. FELL 6 Woodland Street Nickname: Ronnie . . . Inter- ests: Music; Dancing . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Sports: Skating; Hiking; Swim- ming . . . Suppressed Desire: To be out of school as soon as possible . . . Hobbies: Collect- ing records; Drawing; Cooking. CLAIRE M. FIEKERS 8 Brattle Terrace Suppressed Desire: To climb the flagpole . . . Activities: Al- lied Youth; Girls’ Club; Tom Dooley; Ski Club; Chronicle, Publicity Manager; CYO . . . Fondest Memory: Beach par- ties ... I Will To AHS: My sunburns and freckles. MARILYN J. FARESE 18 Decatur Street Activities: Basketball; Allied Youth; Chronicle; FHA; Soft- ball; Yearbook Staff; Dramatic Club; Office worker . . . Fond- est Memory: The Prom . . . Sports: Ice Skating; Swimming . . . Suppressed Desire: To travel. KEVIN M. FEELEY 17 Lockeland Avenue Activities: Dramatic Club; Art Club . . . Claim To Fame: My future as Mr. America . . . Ambition: To walk the halls of AHS in bare feet . . . Favorite Saying: “How’s your body?” . . . Fondest Memory: Festi- vals “65, “66. BARBARA C. FERRIANI 27 Bowdoin Street Nickname: Barbs . . . Activi- ties: Allied Youth; Chronicle; French Club; Cheerleading; Girls’ Club . . . Ambition: To teach . . . Known For: My red hair . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Pep Rally, Sept. ’64 . . . Favorite Saying: “Would you believe?” EARL J. FINAN 734 Massachusetts Avenue Interests: Music; Art . . . Known For: My sideburns . . . Ambition: To become a com- mercial artist . . . Fondest Memory: January 29, 1962 . . . Hobby: Guns . . . Sports: Football; Basketball . . . Chief Failing: Art history . . . Never Forget: Me! JOHN FITZGERALD 105 Broadway Claim To Fame: My great jokes . . . Ambitions: To go to art school; to get a new guitar . . . Sports: Skin diving . . . Suppressed Desire: To paint all the school windows black . . . I Predict That: Mr. C. will smile someday. LORRAINE M. FLEMING 5 Swan Street Nickname: Rainie . . . Activi- ties: Ski Club; CYO; St. Agnes Band . . . Interests: Parties; Dances; Ski trips . . . Pet Peeve: People who snap gum . . . Hobby: Going to the beach . . . Favorite Saying: “Good enough” . . . Sport: Softball. 103 NANCY L. FLIONIS 76 Massachusetts Avenue Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; FHA; Chronicle; Yearbook Staff; Allied Youth . . . Ambi- tions: To be a teacher; to travel . . . Will To AHS: All examinations that I have flunked . . . Favorite Saying: “Good grief!” . . . Hobby: Knitting. PAUL E. FLYNN 40 Lockland Avenue Suppressed Desire: To be an- other Arnold Palmer ... I Will To AHS: Anything that reminds me of AHS ... Ac- tivities: Hockey, J.V.; Football; Golf Team . . . Interests: Sports . . . Fondest Memory: The Junior Prom . . . Favorite Subject: Biology. DENISE E. FOLEY 146 Park Avenue Activities: Teen Club; CYO; AY; Chronicle . . . Ambition: To become a fashion retailer and buyer ... I Predict That: AHS will always be the great- est ... Hobby: Sewing . . . Work Outside School: Salesgirl at Mary Burns Bridal Shop. Semiformal? MARIANNE FLYNN 27 Fremont Court Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Chronicle . . . Work Outside School: Buttrick’s . . . Pet Peeve: Algebra II . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Biology . . . Favorite Personality: My grade one teacher ... Sports: Swimming; Skating; Bowling. ! VIRGINIA A. FLYNN 8 Elwern Road Nickname: Ginny . . . Ambi- tion: To be a secretary . . . Chief Failing: Sales class . . . Sports: Tennis; Swimming . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Never Forget: My Junior Eng- lish Class . . . Favorite Say- ing: “Would you believe?” . . . Interest: Travel. VIRGINIA M. FOLEY 16 Melrose Street Will To AHS: Old notes . . . Pet Peeve: Selfish People . . . Known For: Writing poems . . . Ambition: To be rich and happy . . . Fondest Memory: Senior Prom . . . Interest: Drawing . . . Hobby: Writing to KM . . . Favorite Saying: “Good Grief!” I JOHN A. FOREST 29 Robbins Road Pet Peeve: Languages . . . Sport: Football . . . Ambition: To go to college . . . Interest: Science . . . Favorite Subject: Mathematics ... I Will To AHS: Everything that reminds me of school . . . Favorite Personality: Bobby Hull. FRANK P. FOSTER 174 Scituate Street Suppressed Desire: To become a multimillionaire . . . Activi- ties: Science Club; Band; Vol- leyball; Dramatic Club . . . Will To AHS: Absolutely nothing . . . Hobbies: Stamps; Coins . . . Fondest Memory: Dramatic Club’s victory. FRANCES FRANCO 100 Fairmont Street Hobby: Cars . . . Favorite Subject: Mathematics . . . Sport: Football . . . Favorite Saying: “Oh Nellie Bell” . . . Suppres.sed Desire: To own a gas station . . . Never Forget: Room 62 with Mrs. T. . . . Chief Failing: English. THOMAS J. FRAZIER 79 Park Street Claim To Fame: My roller skates and bicycle . . . Sports: Baseball; Hockey . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To become a construction engineer ... I Will To AHS: My old socks . . . Chief Failing: Homework . . . Pet Peeve: Women driv- ers. 104 ' have to to wear a tie! CAROL A. FREDO 144 Overlook Road Favorite Personalities: Batman Robin . . . Fondest Mem- ory: The kids on the wall! . . . Known For: Getting into trouble . . . Will To AHS: All my teachers . . . Chief Failing: Mr Kelly and history . . . Ambition: To become a secretary. DAVID W. FRENCH 1 1 Day Street Nickname: Frenchie . . . In- terests: Audio visual; Printing . . . Claim To Fame: Being Projection Club president . . . Never Forget: All the times the bell rang while we were in the gym shower . . . Pet Peeve: My math class. WILLIAM FULKERSON 47 Everett Street Favorite Subject: Shop . . . Known For: Failing English . . . Sport: Football . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To go on to some type of trade school . . . I Will To AHS: All my books . . . Favorite Personalities: The Three Stooges. CAROL A. GALLO 28 Everett Street Nickname: Willie . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To go to IBM school ... I Will To AHS: All my books . . . Favorite Saying: “Oh, really!” ... I Predict That: I will graduate . . . Sport: Water skiing . . . Claim To Fame: Being a pest in class. PETER C. FREDRIKSEN 69 Crescent Hill Avenue Known For: My love of sci- ences? Fondest Memory: At- tending four lunches . . . Sports: Basketball; Hockey; Football; Golf . . . Chief Fail- ing: Chemistry . . . Interest: Girls . . . Favorite Saying: G.D. ... I Will To AHS: Papa Joe. ANTHONY C. FRENI 314 Ridge Street Activities: Football . . . Hobby: Collecting stamps . . . Will To AHS: Three pairs of shoelaces; My comic books; My tie . . . Pet Peeve: Teach- ers . . . Ambition: To become an I.B.M. processor . . . Fond- est Memory: Passing history. STEPHEN D. GAGOSIAN 1065 Massachusetts Avenue Activities: Bowling; Football . . . Sports: Surfing; Football; Golf; Hockey . . . Interests: Having good times with girls . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Ambition: To become an architect . . . Chief Failing: School . . . Hobby: Sports. GLENN A. GALLUCCI 154 Rhinecliff Street Nickname: Simon . . . Activi- ties: Basketball; Football, V.; Allied Youth; Chronicle; Youth Council; Weightlifting; Baseball; Track . . . Chief Failing: French ... I Will To AHS: A deeper voice for Joe Bertagna. THOMAS D. GANG 31 Davis Road Activities: AY ; Projection Club . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Chief Failing: Find- ing my way around school . . . Never Forget: My wild friends . . . Fondest Memory: AHS hockey games . . . Known For: Being quiet. ROBERT J. GARGIULO 223 Florence Avenue Nickname: Garge . . . Activi- ties: Football; Track . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To become rich . . . Hobby: Spear fishing . . . Known For: My superb javelin throwing . . . Chief Failing: Homework . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Study. 105 JEANNE M. GARIEPY 24 Locke Street Activities: Dramatic Club; Art Club, Pres.; Chronicle; Office assistant; Allied Youth . . . Claim To Fame: Meeting Pe- ter and Paul, but not Mary . . . Hobbies: Art; Records . . . Suppressed Desire: To jump into a pool of jello. JOSEPH D. GEORGIANNA 1261 Massachusetts Avenue Interests: Girls; Playing pool; Car racing . . . Sport: Base- ball . . . Known For: Not coming to school . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To leave the school . . . Never Forget: Jun- ior gym class ... I Will To AHS: My sneakers with holes GEORGE M. GILL 355 Appleton Street Activities: Football; Baseball; Basketball . . . N i c k n a m e : Gilly . . . Will To AHS: Doc Campobasso’s aspirins . . . Known For: My hard head . . . Favorite Saying: Thilfy . . . Suppressed Desire: To win the Class A football championship. in them. Casualty: trampled victim of i ADRIAN D. GARULA 12 Pondview Road Activities: Track . . . Interest: Motorcycling . . . Chief Fail- ing: Doing homework . . . Never Forget: All the wild parties . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Mick Jagger . . . Pet Peeve: Snobby girls . . . Am- bition: To own a Harley Davidson. NANCY A. GETTY 70 Lake Street Nickname: Nan . . . Interests: Boys . . . Ambition: To be- come a secretary . . . Favorite Subject: Crafts ... I Will To AHS: My books . . . Chief Failing: Gym Class . . . Claim To Fame: Being rich . . . Suppressed Desire: To own a Harley. JANICE M. GIUFFRE 3 Linwood Street Activities: French Club; Allied Youth; Student Council; Girls’ Club . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Pet Peeve: Redundancy . . . Interests: Everything . . . Nickname: Jeff . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Work Outside School: Hostess in beauty salon. DIANNE E. GLINES 71 Park Street Never Forget: My dearest friends . . . Fondest Memory: The “Days of Wine and Roses” dance . . . Activities: Dra- matic Club; Rainbow; Girls’ Club . . . Interests: Horses; Boys ... I Will To AHS: All the clocks which are four min- utes slow. NANCY M. GOOD 14 Quincy Street Activities: Allied Youth; Field Hockey; Basketball; Softball; Girls’ Club . . . Ambition: To | be a teacher . . . Interests: Dancing ... N i c k n a m e : Goody . . . Suppressed Desire: 1 To play in a band with Pat, Elaine and Coonels. CHRISTINA GORDON 260 Broadway Nickname: Chris . . . Activi- ties: Girls’ C lub . . . Hobbies: Reading; Swimming; Dancing . . . Favorite Personality: Mick Jagger . . . Pet Peeve: Unfriendly teenagers . . . Fa- vorite Saying: “Yeah, right!” Interests: Baseball; Football. MARY R. GOTSELL 93 Egerton Road Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; FHA . . . Ambition: To be a math teacher ... I Will To AHS: My gym suit . . . Favor- ite Subject: Math . . . Never Forget: Falling asleep in his- tory . . . Fondest Memory: The Senior Prom of ’66. 106 the daily lunchroom stampede STEPHEN G. GOUGH 58 Scituate Street Favorite Personality: Mathman . . . Favorite Saying: “You’re out of your tree.” . . . Fondest Memory: Junior class . . . Ambition: To be a teacher at AHS . . . Interests: Girls; Cars . . . Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping. STEVEN C. GREBERT 75 Beverly Road Hobbies: Art; Sculpture; Arch- ery ... Sports: Boating; Swimming ... Will To AHS: My great paintings . . . Chief Failing: Algebra . . . Never Forget: Getting out of school . . . Favorite Saying: “So what do you want from my young life?” DIANE GUZELIAN 80 Warren Street Activities: Chronicle ... Chief Failings: Talking too much and chewing gum . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Hobbies: Drawing; Dancing . . . Claim To Fame: Those beach parties. THOMAS O. HALE 156 Crosby Street Predict That: Class day at ’67 will never be forgotten by AHS . . . Hobby: Ham radio . . . Activities: Student Coun- cil ... Ambition: To be a commercial airline pilot ... I Will To AHS: My basketball to the team for an inspiration. NANCY E. GRANT 7 College Avenue Nickname: Gruntie ... Ac- tivities: AHS Marching Band; Chronicle . . . Pet Peeve: Quadratic equations . . . Hob- bies: Reading; Playing piano . . . I Predict That: Bugs Bunny will graduate summa cum laude if he comes to AHS. ROBERT L. GREEN 42 Temple Street Sports: Hockey; Baseball; Golf . . . Ambition: To get a good job and to be carefree ... I Will To AHS: My books . . . Predict That: Our senior class day will be one of the wildest yet . . . Never Forget: The weekend at Rockport. GLENN P. HALE 410 Ridge Street Ambition: To become an air- line pilot . . . Activities: Foot- ball, V.; Treasurer of the Sen- ior Class, Arlington Youth Council; Hockey ... 1 Will To AHS: A tiger sign . . . Never Forget: The tiger hunt . . . Known For: Summer Blonde? CLAIRE M. HAMILTON 1 16 Sylvia Street Pet Peeve: Teachers . . . Am- bition: To become a secretary . . . Hobby: Cutting hair . . . Interests: Boys . . . Never Forget: Typing class with Mrs. Kennedy . . . Activities: Glee Club . . . Favorite Personali- ties: Batman Robin. 1 i MARGARET M. HARRIGAN 7 1 Dow Avenue Pet Peeve: Term papers . . . Known For: Being late for homeroom ... Activities: Bowling; Drama Club; Allied Youth . . . Never Forget: My history class . . . Nickname: Peg . . . Chief Failing: Alge- bra . . . Favorite Subject: Eng- lish. SUSAN HARRISON 1 12 Westmoreland Avenue Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Hobbies: Playing the guitar; Driving . . . Never Forget: The hockey games; Summer of ’65 ... I Will To AHS: My bubble gum . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Activities: Ski Club . . . Favorite Subject: History. 107 CHERYL A. HAUSER 29 Oxford Street Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Chronicle; CYO . . . Hobby: Collecting momentos . . . Interest: Sports . . . Chief Failing: Talking too much . . . Ambition: To be- come a teacher . . . Favorite Saying: “Wicked Niz!” ROBERT HAVERN 86 Scituate Street Chief Failing: Math . . . In- terest: Political Science . . . Activities: Arlington Youth Council; Allied Youth; Base- ball, V.; Football, V.; Hockey, V. . . . Favorite Subjects: Eng- lish, History . . . Pet Peeve: Short cafeterial periods. MICHAEL HEALY 123 Warren Street Ambition: To attend college . . . Activities: Football; In- door and Outdoor Track; Work at Fidelity House . . . Favorite Saying: “Nice” . . . Pet Peeve: Cliques . . . Favor- ite Subject: Print . . . Never Forget: My confusion as a freshman. " Interficite Weymouth! RICHARD W. HAUSER 10 Cleveland Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Boys’ Chorus . . . Sports: Bowling; Hockey; Basketball . . . Ambition: To be a house- master . . . Fondest Memory: Rockport . . . Known For: My quiet manner in school . . . Pet Peeve: Giggling girls. WILLIAM HAWKE 1 1 Martin Street Activities: Indoor and Outdoor Track, Co-capt.; Baseball; Ski Club; Student Council; Foot- ball, V.; Basketball . . . Ambi- tion: To be a wealthy gigolo . . . Favorite Personality: Larry Mondello . . . Favorite Subject: Biology. PAMELA J. HEASLIP 104 Cutter Hill Road Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Cheerleading; French Club . . . Interests: Popular music; Boys; Sailing; Tennis . . . Ambition: To be a social worker . . . Claim To Fame: My long hair ... I Will To AHS: Seven pairs of loafers. ANITA HEINO 91 Woodside Lane Activities: Ski Club ... I Will To AHS: All my warning cards . . . Claim To Fame: All the points I never earned in Stenography II . . . Sports: Skiing; Horseback riding . . . Chief Fading: My freshman year . . . Favorite Subject: History. JOHN F. HENNESSEY 63 Milton Street Pet Peeve: Book reports . . . Known For: Mimicking Tommy Smothers . . . Never Forget: Our senior class day . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To buy a motor- cycle . . . Chief Failing: English . . . Activities: Football; Weight- lifting. PATRICIA A. HERLIHY 77 Bartlett Avenue Fondest Memory: Weekends at the Cape . . . Known For: Receiving the most warning cards ... I Will To AHS: My gym locker . . . Nickname: Mickey . . . Favorite Saying: “Hon” . . . Hobbies: Swim- ming; Water Skiing . . . Favor- ite Subject: History. MARY-JANE HIBBARD 17 Higgins Street Activities: Allied Youth; Chess Club; Chronicle; FHA . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Known For: Being on the honor roll during my junior year . . . Never Forget: My sixteenth birthday . . . Hobby: Reading. 108 . . and we did. MAUREEN F. HINES 69 Grove Street Activities: Chronicle; Ski Club; Allied Youth; OflRce Assist- ant; Girls’ Club . . . Known For: My two best friends . . . Will To AHS: My tardy slips . . . Nickname: Moe . . . Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Never Forget: Sep- tember of ’66. ARTHUR HOFFMANN 20 Menotomy Road Activities: Detention ... Sports: Football; Baseball; Wrestling; Hockey; Track . . . Will To AHS: The legacy of my profound wisdom . . . Pet Peeve: Some pictures I have had taken. JUDITH L. HOLDSWORTH 69 Falmouth Road Activities: Band; Drama Club; Orchestra; Chronicle ... Will To AHS: My German Book . . . Known For: Enter- ing homeroom each day at 7:59 . . . Favorite Personality: David Janssen . . . Hobby: Working jigsaw puzzles. KAREN HORN 1 1 Water Street Activities: Pep Club; Year- book; Teen Club; Ski Club; Chronicle . . . Favorite Say- ing: “Good groovy.” Will To AHS: Class A Football Cham- pionship . . . Chief Failing: English . . . Ambition: To be- come an elementary teacher. WILLIAM HOBART 10 Walnut Street Interests: Basketball; Football; Hockey . . . Claim To Fame: My big green bomb . . . Fa- vorite Subject: English . . . Ambition: To become a sales- man . . . Never Forget: The day I went out to lunch during school . . . Pet Peeve: A.H. NANCY HOGAN 278 Broadway Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Interests: People; Politics . . . Never Forget: The good times I have had at AHS . . . Sports: Ice skating; Watching football and hockey games . . . Hobbies: Tennis; Reading; Talking. JEAN HOPKINS 105 Mount Vernon Street Hobbies: Sewing; Reading . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Ambition: To be a teacher . . . Activities: Tom Dooley Youth League; Chronicle; Girls’ Club; Gilbert Sullivan . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Sport: Swimming. THOMAS H. HORNE 27 Edmund Road Pet Peeve: Batman ... Ac- tivities: Bedford Hospital Vol- unteer; Ski Club . . . Sport: Tennis . . . Known For: Worst math student ever at AHS . . . Fondest Memory: The rides to Bedford Hospital . . . Favorite Subject: Spanish. PETER J. HOUPES 24 Lakehill Avenue Sport: Bowling ... I Will To AHS: My book collection . . . Ambition: To be a draftsman ... Interest: Cars . . . Known For: Reading books in class . . . Predict That: AHS will never be the same after we leave. DENNIS M. HURLEY 40 Hopkins Road Favorite Personality: Napoleon Bonaparte . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Crime . . . Pet Peeve: AHS and the people in it . . . Fondest Memory: Leaving . . . Claim To Fame: Being the 2500 year old brewmaster of AHS. 109 JOHN A. lANNELLI 55 Lake Street Nickname: Mack . . . Ambi- tion: To become an engineer . . . Interest: Girls ... Ac- tivities: Football; Weightlifting . . . Never Forget: The class of “66” . . . Known For: My bruised elbows . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers who are never wrong. LOURDES ISALQUE 46 Chandler Street Sports: Tennis; Roller-skating . . . Hobby: Sewing ... I Will To AHS: Baggy eyes from all my studying ... Ac- tivities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Library Corps . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Spanish . . . Pet Peeves: Teachers and Ge- ometry. WILLIAM M. JACOBS 97 Oakland Avenue Nickname: Jake . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Never For- get: Sophomore year . . . Sport: Swimming ... I Will To AHS: My 1949 Chevrolet . . . Ambition: To be a drafts- man . . . Favorite Saying: “Did you like it?” . . . Favor- ite Subject: Gym. To go up a down stairway PHILIP D. lANTOSCA 19 Brand Street Nickname: Hook . . . Ambi- tion: To become a technician . . . Favorite Subject: Geome- try ... Activities: Student Council . . . Never Forget: The electronic torture chamber . . . Hobbies: Watching TV; Listening to the radio . . . In- terest: Girls. EDWARD F. JACKSON 76 Henderson Street Interest: Playing basketball . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers . . . Ambition: To become a me- chanic . . . Fondest Memory: Engine room 66 . . . Claim To Fame: Being late for classes ... I Will To AHS: All my homework . . . Hobby: Mak- ing model cars. SHARON P. JARVIS 500 Summer Street Nickname: Sherry . . . Activi- ties: Arlington Youth Council; Latin Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Ski Club; Chronicle; Allied Youth; Yearbook; Candy- striper; Girls’ Club ... I Will To AHS: My memory of the 1965 LeMans. CLIFTON K. JAY 53 Highland Avenue Interests: Playing organ, piano, and guitar . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Physics . . . Favorite Personality: Dick Summer . . . Activities: Ski Club; Chronicle; Science Club; Allied Youth . . . Sports: Tennis, V.; Bas- ketball. LESLIE JENKINS 80 Gorham Street Favorite Subject: History . . . I Will To AHS: The teachers ... I Predict That: 95% of the class will go to college to beat the draft . . . Chief Fail- ing: Math . . . Ambition: To be famous . . . Never Forget: Graduation day. EDWARD JOHNS 1422 Massachusetts Avenue Fondest Memory: History class . . . Suppressed Desire: To make money ... I Will To AHS: My spot at the M.T.A. station . . . Never Forget: Mr. W. . . . Hobby: Radios . . . Pet Peeve: Females? . . . Chief Failing: School. KAREN L. JOHNSON 45 Fountain Road Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Girls’ Club, Sec.; Allied Youth; Chronicle . . . Pet Peeve: Phonies . . . Sports: Horse- back riding; Water skiing . . . Suppressed Desire: To live in Saudi Arabia ... I Will To AHS: My biology lab reports. no is usually fatall THEODORE F. JOHNSON 40 Kilsythe Road Hobbies: Boating; Scuba div- ing; Collecting coins ... Ac- tivities: Arlington Boys’ Club; Menotomy Keystone Club . . . Never Forget: The great days at AHS . . . Sports: Swim- ming; Basketball . . . Fondest Memory: Bookkeeping class. STEVEN C. JONES 152 Charlton Street Ambition: To graduate . . . Sports: Swimming; Basketball . . . Fondest Memory: My Spanish I class ... I Will To AHS: One leftover math pad . . . Favorite Subject: Art . . . Never Forget: My dog . . . Hobby: Drawing. JUNE M. JUSTICE 27 Varnum Street Nickname: Justy . . . Ambi- tion: To become a secretary ... Favorite Personality: Elaine Esposito . . . Favorite Saying: “Ya” . . . Never For- get: Breakfast at Lockeland . . . Known For: Talking and talking . . . Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping. BARBARA A. KANTROWITZ 25 Spring Valley Activities: French Club, Pres.; Yearbook Staff, Layout Editor; Chronicle, Cartoonist; Ski Club; Girls’ Club . . . Ambi- tion: To be a beachcomber . . . Fondest Memory: Second grade . . . Pet Peeve: Life in general. JOHN D. JONES 56 Cleveland Street Activities: Ski Club; Teen Club; Allied Youth . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Hobbies: Weightlifting; Swimming; Play- ing basketball . . . Ambition: To become a draftsman ... I Will To AHS: My broken slide rule. ALFRED A. JORGE 19 Milton Street Suppressed Desire: To receive a CPA degree from Bentley College . . . Fondest Memory: The AHS hockey games . . . Known For: Keeping the class awake . . . Favorite Subject: Mechanical Drawing . . . Fa- vorite P e r s o n a I i t y . ' Mr. Oliveria. AUDREY B. KAATZ 39 Venner Road Activities: Yearbook, Biogra- phy Editor; Chronicle; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club . . . Favor- ite Subject: French? ... I Will To AHS: Grids . . . Sport: Skiing . . . Never For- get: Those fascinating school movies . . . Favorite Saying: “No.” KATHLEEN M. KARIGER 1 8 Hancock Street Favorite Subject: English . . . Will To AHS: My fantastic brain . . . Pet Peeve: Defi- ciency slips . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a boy and play hockey . . . Never Forget: Mr. Lincoln’s office . . . Sports: Skiing, Swimming. PATRICIA E. KATZ 26 Richfield Road Favorite Subject: Study hall . . . Pet Peeve: Being told what to do ... Interests: Boys; Bikes ... Hobby: Sleeping . . . Activities: Girls’ Club; Youth Council ... I Will To AHS: A year’s supply of deodorant for the girls’ gym. JEREMIAH KEEFE 3 Park Street Place Known For: Being late for class . . . Fondest Memory: The old cemetery park . . . Suppressed Desire: To be good . . . Claim To Fame: My empty cigarette packs . . . Never Forget: Working at Touraine’s ... I Will To AHS: My unfinished home- work. Ill SUSAN P. KEEFE 30 Cleveland Street Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Arlington Youth Coun- cil; Student Council; CYO . . . Sports: Swimming; Baseball; Skiing ... I Will To AHS: The girls’ locker room . . . Favorite Saying: “Right” . . . Pet Peeve: Color black. RICHARD M. KELLEHER 46 Newcomb Street Nickname: Ricky . . . Pet Peeve: School gossips . . . Ambition: To attend college . . . Never Forget: Home- room? . . . Sports: Baseball; Football, V. . . . Known For: Being quiet? . . . Favorite Per- sonality: Gilles Marote. MAUREEN KELLEY 20 Pine Street Nickname: Moe . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Chronicle; CYO . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Will To AHS: The weight I lost doing push-ups in gym . . . Never Forget: My junior year. Apply now to college JOYCE F. KELLEHER 176 Medford Street Never Forget: Summer at Hampton Beach . . . Activi- ties: Tumbling; Volleyball . . . Hobbies: Watching Hockey games; Horseback riding . . . Work Outside School: Waitress . . . Ambition: To become a model . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Moe. CAROLYN S. KELLEY 376 Appleton Street Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Library Corps; Tom Dooley Youth League; Ski Club . . . Sport: Horseback riding . . . Never Forget: My junior year . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Favorite Subject: Study . . . Favorite Saying: “Wonderful!” MARY KELLEY 16 Newland Road Hobby: Dating . . . Will To AHS: My books . . . Ambi- tion: To become a nurse . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited people . . . Chief Failing: School . . . Known For: Chewing gum . . . Never Forget: The Junior Prom and the beach party . . . Sport: Swimming. THOMAS J. KELLY 69 Webcowet Road Nickname: Kel . . . Sport: Bowling . . . Ambition: To become an engineer . . . Inter- est: Electronics . . . Hobby: Dancing . . . Pet Peeve: No girls at Arlington Technical School . . . Favorite Subject: Science ... I Will To AHS: My vast knowledge. TIMOTHY E. KELLY 54 Colonial Drive Activities: Marching Band, Drum Major; Concert Band; Orchestra; Dance Band; Bas- ketball, Manager . . . Pet Peeve: People who say “barf” . . . Fondest Memory: The cafeteria’s great lunches? . . . Never Forget: Summer of 1964. CHERYL A. KENNEY 59 Orient Avenue Nickname: Cher ... I Will To AHS: My apron . . . Hob- bies: Swimming; Skiing . . . Favorite Personalities: Rolling Stones . . . Never Forget: Summer at Hampton Beach . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Ambitions: To graduate and to go to college. ' X Lf 1 GEORGE T. KENNEY 44 Edmund Road Nickname: Yogga . . . Activi- ties: AYA; CYO; Teen Club; Basketball . . . Favorite Per- sonality: JFK ... I Will To AHS: My old lab reports . . . Pet Peeve: French . . . Known For: Good luck in eluding the police . . . Favorite Subject: English. 112 . . pay later. JANET M. KENNEY 162 Summer Street Nickname: Kennadoone . . . Hobbies: Drawing pop art; Playing tennis; Swimming . . . Ambition: To become a psy- chiatric worker . . . Fondest Memory: June 20 at Buttricks . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Never Forget: My junior year. BARBARA J. KEZERIAN 15 Kensington Road Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Yearbook, Biography Staff; Girls’ Club; Ski Club; Library Corps; Allied Youth . . . Hobbies: Music; Art ... I Will To AHS: My license . . . Sports: Bowling; Tennis; Skat- ing . . . Favorite Subject: Bi- ology. JOHN J. KEOHANE 43 Chester Street A c t i V i t i e s : Cross-Country Track; Outdoor track; Allied Youth . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Never Forget: Being sent home the third day of my junior year ... I Will To AHS: My three Latin trots . . . Known For: Always being late. DANIEL B. KIRKWOOD 72 Crescent Hill Avenue Nickname: Kirky . . . Ambi- tion: To get ahead . . . Hob- bies: Football; Hockey; Dat- ing; Basketball ... I Will To AHS: My gold plated pea shooter . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Beach Boys . . . Never Forget: The radiator outside room 81. EILEEN M. KEOHANE 3 Sheraton Park Nickname: Neighbor ... 1 Will To AHS: My lollipops . . . Suppressed Desire: To leave AHS . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Having Mr. Reppucci as a substitute . . . Favorite Sub- ject: History . . . Activities: Ski Club; Allied Youth. JAN M. KERHULAS 63 Chester Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Cheerleading; Girls’ Glee Club; Girls’ Choir; Allied Youth; Ski Club; Girls’ Club . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Favorite Personality: Ringo . . . Sport: Horseback riding . . . Ambition: To go to col- lege. DONALD E. KNIGHT 1 1 Humboldt Avenue Nickname: Spud . . . Sports: Water Skiing; Hockey . . . Pet Peeve: A certain teacher . . . Activities: Gymnastics; Base- ball; Football; Burlington Rac- ing Team . . . Hobby: Cars . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Favorite Personality: Bat Woman. LINDA KISSELL 79 Hibbert Street Hobbies: Dancing; Cars . . . Chief Failing: Gym . . . Am- bition: To go to college . . . Favorite Saying: “Tell me about it.” . . . Claim To Fame: Saddle shoes . . . Pet Peeve: Crowded corridors . . . Activities: Ski Club . . . Sport: Swimming. FAITH L. KNOWLTON 30 River Street Ambition: To become a great and famous actress . . . Inter- ests: To act; to sing . . . Sport: Tennis . . . Favorite Subject: English ... I Will To AHS: My history book . . . Favorite Saying: “Oh, well” . . . Dramatic Club. DON KONICK 175 Brooks Avenue Activities: Guitar Club ... I Will To AHS: All my chewing gum . . . Sport: Football . . . Ambition: To become a magi- cian . . . Known For: My good looks . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Fridays . . . Favorite Per- sonality: Cental . . . Hobby: Magic. 113 ELAINE K. KOULIS 18 Lawrence Lane Ambition: To become a teacher . . . Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Library Corps, Pres.; Yearbook . . . Favorite Subject: U.S. History . . . Never Forget: Ride on Stear- man . . . Hobbies: Reading; Elying planes . . . Sport: Ten- nis. DEBBIE LALICATA 50 Ashland Street Activities: Chronicle; Ski Club; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Tom Dooley League; Youth Council . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Favorite Personali- ties: The Monkees . . . Will To AHS: Old Hall sanitary . . . Ambition: To be a nurse. DOROTHY-ANNE LAMONT 26 Bartlett Avenue Nickname: D.A. ... I Will To AHS: My knee socks . . . Claim To Fame: My singing . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Ski Club . . . Pet Peeve: Typing . . . Suppressed Desire: To be taller . . . Never Forget: Sixth period, 1966. LEE L. LANZA 98 Robbins Road Interests: Art; Music; English . . . Sport: Lacrosse ... Ac- tivities: Chronicle; Art Club; Latin Club; Yearbook . . . Never Forget: Silas Marner . . . Ambition: To see Rome, London and Athens . . . Know n For: My learned com- ments. STEVE LAUZIERE 61 Henderson Street Chief Failing: Gym . . . Fa- vorite Saying: " Smack it.” . . . Fondest Memory: The dark as- sembly halls ... I Will To AHS: My four year old un- washed gym socks . . . Known For: Having short hair . . . Ambition: To get out of AHS. We , my parents say DAVID LaFAUCI 238 Park Avenue Sport: Track . . . Activities: Ski Club; Latin Club . . . Pet Peeve: Lousy jokes ... I Will To AHS: My excuses to escape translation in Latin class . . . Interests: Golf; College hockey . . . Never Forget: Tom P’s generosity. DIANE J. LALUMIERE 28 Margaret Street Interests: Boys; Motorcycles . . . Sports: Water skiing; Swimming; Sailing . . . Pet Peeve: Working . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To graduate . . . Hobby: Cooking ... I Will To AHS: My good times . . . Chief Failing: Sales and Consumers’ education. JAMES C. LANIEFSRY 122 Sylvia Street Sports: Basketball; Baseball . . . Ambition: To be a hair- dresser . . . Claim To Fame: My bleached hair . . . Fondest Memory: Freshman year . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Will To AHS: My old teach- ers ... Favorite Saying: “That’s life.” ANGELIKA LASSAR 60 Highland Avenue Nickname: Angie . . . Activi- ties: Ski Club; Debating Club . . . Chief Failing: My parents . . . Favorite Subject: German . . . Hobbies: Art; Boys . . . Sports: Skiing; Sailing; Horse- back riding . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a beachcomber. BARBARA LAWSON 61 Harlow Street Nickname: Barb . . . Ambi- tion: To become a hairdresser . . . Sport: Skating . . . Pet Peeve: History . . . Favorite Personalities: Sonny and Cher . . . Hobby: Playing popular music on the piano . . . Favor- ite Subject: Typing. 114 a haircut or-move out! JUDITH A. LeBRUN 62 Chandler Street Ambition: To become a teacher . . . Activities: Girls’ Choir; Girls’ Club; Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Al- lied Youth; Student Council Constitution Committee . . . Fondest Memory: Senior Prom ’66 . . . Hobbies: Singing; Act- ing. KATHRYN A. LICATA 27 Chester Street Ambition: To become a teacher . . . Sports: Tennis; Bowling . . . Pet Peeve: Math . . . Favorite Saying: “Don’t cry over spilt milk — it only makes the puddle bigger!” . . . Interests: Traveling; Lan- guages; Art; Helping people. LEWIS LOPES 112 Sunnyside Avenue Ambition: To be a test pilot . . . Favorite Personality: Laeonides ... I Predict That: AHS will never have another like myself . . . Pet Peeve: English teachers who can not understand my English marks . . . Favorite Subject: Physics. STEPHEN M. LUCARELLI 2 Mott Street Activities: Football ; Track . . . Interest: Making money . . . Hobby: Playing all sports . . . Favorite Subject: Gym . . . Pet Peeve: Math . . . Sport: Baseball . . . Never Forget: Report card day . . . Ambition: To spend money. RICHARD H. LENNOX 68 Milton Street Sports: Football; Basketball . . . Hobby: Ducking work . . . Interest: Making money . . . Ambition: To go to Yale . . . Favorite Personality: Cas- sius Clay . . . Favorite Saying: “The life you save may be mine.” . . . Favorite Subject: History. PATRICIA J. LICKORAI 32 Freeman Street Nickname: Cookie . . . Activi- ties: Gilbert Sullivan; FHA; Allied Youth; Chronicle . . . Pet Peeve: Long school hours . . . Interests: Traveling; See- ing fashion shows . . . Favor- ite Subject: Biology . . . Will To AHS: My slide rule. i JO-ANN M. LORINS 69 Sunnyside Avenue Ambition: To be a bookkeeper . . . Pet Peeve: Deceitful peo- ple ... Activities: Chronicle; Gilbert Sullivan; Allied Youth; FHA . . . Interest: Accounting ... Hobbies: Cooking; Reading; Traveling . . . Sports: Bowling; Tennis. LAWRENCE R. LUCEY 9 Chester Avenue Nickname: Gauge . . . Ambi- tion: To travel to California and Canada . . . Pet Peeve: Lacey . . . Interests: Stock and G.P. racing . . . Sport: Hockey . . . Work Outside School: Printer . . . Activities: Student Council; Student Ex- change. CAROL A. LUTHERN 138 Lake Street Nickname: “Lutha” ... Ac- tivities: Chronicle; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Ski Club; Student Council, Treas. . . . Favorite Subject: Gym . . . Known For: Being a “Femme” ... I Will To AHS: My “ele- phant gun” . . . Interests: Hockey; Boys. KENNETH W. LUTHER 97 Westminster Avenue Nickname: “Luda” . . . Pet Peeve: People in authority . . . Favorite Personality: The Rolling Stones . . . Favorite Subject: Shop . . . Hobby: Motorcycles . . . Ambition: To be a millionaire by the age of 40 . . . Interest: Watching investment. 115 i JOHN E. LYNCH 1 1 Winter Street Nickname: Lack-a-wana . . . Hobby: Playing the guitar . . . Favorite Personality: Mick Jagger . . . Pet Peeves: Flow- ers; Trees . . . Sport: Soccer . . . Activities: Gymnastic Club . . . Known For: Cloudy Hours . . . Chief Failing: Math. JOSEPH MABARDY 207 Appleton Street Nick n a rn e : Mumbo . . . Sports: Golf; Water skiing; Basketball . . . Pet Peeve: Tests . . . Fondest Memory: The day I was born . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Math . . . Will To AHS: My SAT scores . . . Activities: Weightlifting; Volleyball. LOUISE MacDONALD 185 Brattle Street Activities: Ski Club . . . Hob- bies: Eating; Watching televi- sion ... I Predict That: I will come back in 1984 to be Ar- lington High’s principal . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a fa- mous model . . . Favorite Subject: English. ROBERTA MAHONEY 103 Glenburn Avenue Nickname: Bobbie . . . Activi- ties: Youth Council; Field Hockey, J V ; Cheerleading; Softball, V; Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Senior Prom Commit- tee; Yearbook, Copy Editor ... Ambition: To make money . . . Pet Peeve: My skinny locker. Hello! am your friendly MARGARET L. LYONS 1 1 Park Avenue Activities: Basketball, Man- ager; Field Hockey; Girls’ Club; Teen Club; Ski Club; CYO . . . Favorite Saying: “Wicked nice” . . . Hobby: Swimming . . . Sports: Ice Skating; Softball . . . Ambi- tion: To become a nurse. SUSAN J. MACARTHY 178 Forest Street Activities: Chronicle ... I Will To AHS: The terrible memories of my freshman year . . . Ambition: To visit Eng- land . . . Known For: Putting my foot in my mouth . . . Sports: Bowling; Swimming . . . Pet Peeve: Mixed-up radio stations. CAROL A. MAGHAKIAN 17 Newcomb Street Nickname: Cal . . . Never Forget: My black eye . . . Ambition: To be a secretary . . . Interests: Boys, Converti- bles; Motorcycles ... I Will To AHS: My teachers and my books . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Mick Jagger. THOMAS D. MAHONEY 36 Hillsdale Road Activities: Ski Club; Teen Club; Allied Youth; Tom Dooley . . . Pet Peeve: Math . . . Sports: Sailing; Surfing; Skiing . . . Ambition: To be a lawyer . . . Fondest Memory: My geometry class . . . Will To AHS: My red hair. j i ROBERT J. MAJOR 10 Highland Avenue Pet Peeve: The teacher-student relationship . . . Ambition: To be a marine biologist . . . Claim To Fame: Being in the Cloudy Hours . . . Never For- get: This school ... I Will To AHS: My brain . . . Chief Failing: Math. JOHN R. MANNING 64 Cleveland Street Nickname: Skip . . . Never Forget: The day I won my Honda . . . Chief Failing: Typing . . . Ambition: To be- come an electrician . . . Sports: Baseball; Football; Swimming ... Will To AHS: My patch pocket pants. ! 116 Homeroom Representative. STEPHEN R. MARRA 69 Hemlock Street Activities: Weightlifting; Ski Club . . . Sports: Tennis; Ski- ing; Hockey; Swimming; Rid- ing ... Pet Peeve: Haircuts . . . Ambition: To become President of the United States ... Favorite Personality: Mick Jagger. JULIE A. MARTIN 1 Mary Street Pet Peeve: Working . . . Known For: Talking . . . Fondest Memory: The clinic . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a graduate . . . Chief Failing: Anything to do with school ... I Will To APIS: Anything that will get me a diploma. KENNETH MATHESON 32 Central Street Nickname: Matty . . . Ambi- tion: To go to college . . . Hobbies: Cars; Reading . . . Favorite Personality: The Roll- ing Stones . . . Known For: Being quiet . . . Favorite Sub- ject: History . . . Pet Peeve: Girls who have long hair. BETSY D. McCALL 65 Newland Road Activities: Chronicle; Gilbert Sullivan; Cheerleading; Allied Youth; Class Secretary; Stu- dent Council; Youth Council; Girls’ Club . . . Sports: Swim- ming; Water Skiing; Skiing; Tennis . . . Chief Failing: Having the last word. CATHERINE E. McCarthy 149 Renfrew Street Activities: Allied Youth; Band; Girls’ Club; Youth Council; CYO; Chronicle . . . Ambi- tion: To be a lab technician . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Never Forget: Gym class . . . Pet Peeve: Washing dishes . . . Will To AHS: My band folder. ELISA J. MARRONI 179 Washington Street Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Ski Club; Girls’ Club; Medford Boat Club; Junior Entertain- ment Committee . . . Inter- ests: Sailing; Surfing; Sports Cars; Blond Boys . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To be in the America’s Cup Series. JEAN K. MATHESON 53 Webster Street Activities: Chronicle; Library Corps; Science Club, Sec.; French Club, V. Pres.; Year- book Staff, Proofreading Edi- tor; Ski Club . . . Suppressed Desire: To suppress nothing . . . Favorite Personality: My psychiatrist, C.A.H. PATRICIA A. MATYUF 23 Iroquois Road Ambition: To be a nurse . . . Work Outside School: Clerk . . . Sports: Tennis; Badmin- ton; Swimming . . . Interests: Boating; Boys; Cars; Motorcy- cles . . . Favorite Subject: Bi- ology . . . Favorite Personal- ity: The Monkees. MICHAEL E. McCANN 24 Surry Road Pet Peeve: School . . . Ambi- tion: To be principal of this school . . . Fondest Memory: December 23, ’65 ... Work Outside School: As little as possible ... I Will To AHS: A pension of two dollars . . . Chief Failing: Lack of initia- tive. RICHARD E. McCOO 120 Milton Street Ambition: To be successful ... I Will To AHS: Every- thing that I have used in four years . . . Pet Peeve: Working . . . Sport: Skiing . . . Activi- ties: Ski Club; CYO; Boys’ Club . . . Hobby: Stamps . . . Chief Failing: English. 117 DOUGLAS J. McGARVIE 283 Appleton Street Ambition: To get into a college . . . Sports: Baseball; Swim- ming ... Will To AllS: Everything that I have learned . . Pet Peeve: Work . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Math . . . Chief Failing: School . . . Never Forget: My good at- tendance. ROBERT O. McGURL 18 Grove Street Place Activities: Football; Baseball Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Suppressed Desire: To be- come a millionaire . . . Will To AHS: All my old lunch bags . . . Fondest Memory: Beating Weymouth 33 to 12. SUSAN M. MASCI 28 Magnolia Street Ambition: To be a nurse . . . Pet Peeve: Smart boys . . . Known For: Snapping my gum ... Never Forget: The Christmas of ’65 ... Sports: Swimming; Skating . . . Will To AHS: My left over pieces of gum . . . Chief Failing: English. Happiness is: DONNA M. McGURL 15 Grove Street Place Nickname: Myrtle . . . Pet Peeve: Soft people . . . Favor- ite Subject: Sewing . . . Chief Failing: Trying to keep quiet . . . Sport: Skating . . . Never Forget: Our “big” lockers . . . Ambition: To go to college and become a good secretary. DIANNE M. McLaughlin 1 19 Charlton Street Nickname: Di . . . Ambition: To be a bookkeeper . . . Chief Failing: Latin . . . Activities: Glee Club; CYO . . . Predict That: Seniors of ’67 will all be wealthy ... I Will To AHS: All my writings on book cov- ers. BRIAN McMAHON 249 Florence Avenue Will To AHS: All the classes I forgot to go to with Mitch . . . Known For: A few kookie jokes . . . Fondest Memory: Missing all the bases on another round tripper . . . Hobbies: All sports . . . Fa- vorite Personality: Bill Russell. snowstorms STEVEN D. McLEAN 7 Gray Circle Activities: Chess Club; Library Corps; Chess Team; Science Club; Math Team . . . Sports: Basketball; Football; Tennis; Golf; Hockey; Baseball . . . Pet Peeve: Having a ton of homework . . . Ambition: To be a computer programmer. MARSHA J. McNAIR 72 Thesda Street Nickname: Mickey . . . Activi- ties: Allied Youth; Chronicle; Girls’ Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Ski Club . . . Ambition: To become an X-ray technician . . . Pet Peeve: “Dum-dums” . . . Claim To Fame: My Col- lege board scores. JANICE A. McNALLY 104 Bartlett Avenue Nickname: Jan ... Sports: Skiing; Skating . . . Ambition: To become a nurse . . . Inter- est: Attending hockey games . . . Chief Failing: School . . . Never Forget: Cranes beach party ... I Predict That: ’67 will be a year to remember. JOSEPH McNAMARA 20 Overlook Road Favorite Saying: “Amazing!” . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Ambition: To be a draft dodger . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Pet Peeve: AHS teachers . . . Claim To Fame: Tuff . . . Will To AHS: My small brother. 118 on Sunday nights. KEVIN McNEELEY 60 Bartlett Avenue Ambition: T o move into “Stately Wayne Manor” . . . Hobby: Sleeping . . . Never Forget: The Football Team . . . Claim To Fame: 27 emp- ties . . . Will To AHS: My false tooth; My empty lunch- bags . . . Activities: Football, V.; Weightlifting. ARTHUR A. MEARA 22 Elmore Street Never Forget: Having gym in the snow one day . . . Inter- ests: Judo; Football; Pool . . . Chief Failing: Being unable to talk my way out of detention . . . Ambition: To be an elec- trician . . . Known For: My big mouth. LINDA MEDEIROS 40 Warren Street Nickname: Mel . . . Claim To Fame: My sneakers . . . Known For: Never being on time for anything ... I Pre- dict That: AHS will never be the same without me . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Chief Fading: Anything and everything! KAREN M. MESKELL 19 Fordham Street Known For: Short hair . . . Sports: Football; Hockey . . . Pet Peeve: Boys that look like girls ... 7 Predict That: AHS will expand . . . Activities: Dental assistant . . . Fondest Memory: August 20, 1966 . . . Favorite Subject: History. CAROL J. MILLER 20 Wildwood Avenue Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Girls’ Club; Chronicle; Allied Youth; Office assistant; EH A . . . Claim To Fame: My gui- tar .. . Pet Peeve: Term Proj- ects . . . Fondest Memory: Junior Prom of ’66 ... 7 Will To AHS: My baton. JOSEPH MEADOWS 5 Brattle Street Activities: Football, JV. . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Ambition: To go to computer school . . . Sports: Baseball; Hockey . . . Interests: Com- puters; Watching all sports . . . Favorite Subject: Geome- try .. . Work Outside School: Salesclerk. BEVERLY J. MEDEIROS 256 Appleton Road Activities: Chronicle; Ski Club; Yearbook Staff: Dramatic Club; Office Assistant; Girls’ Club; Bedford Hospital Volun- teer ... 7 Will To AHS: My biology book . . . Ambition: To enter the field of nursing. GEORGE L. MELISI 136 Winchester Road Nickname: Irish . . . Never Forget: 9th grade . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To graduate . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Known For: My wine hair . . . Sports: Water skiing; Boating; Camping ... 7 Pre- dict That: The school will fall when we leave. BRIAN P. MEYERS 99 Bow Street Favorite P e r s o na I i t y : Bob Dylan . . . Interests: Music; Motorcycles; Auto racing; Girls . . . Pet Peeve: Bad cooking . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Suppressed De- sire: To let my hair grow . . . 7 Will To AHS: My gym socks. RICHARD J. MILLIGAN 94 Hibbert Street Activities: Football, V. . . . Claim To Fame: Weightlifting . . . Known For: My ability to hurt myself while doing any- thing . . . Fondest Memory: Summer of ’62 . . . Chief Fad- ing: Foreign languages ... 7 Will To AHS: My knee brace. 119 DEBRA A. MITCHELL 1 16 Milton Street Will To AHS: Suzy . . . Fondest Memory: Last week- end in July ' 66 . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Candy striper; Yearbook; Youth Council; Junior aide at Symmes Hospital . . . Pet Peeve: Boys’ white cotton socks. RICHARD MOCHI 259 Sylvia Street Activities: Football, JV.; CYO; Baseball; Bowling; Junior Prom Committee; Hockey . . . Ambition: To become success- ful ... Hobbies: Painting; Playing golf; Cars . . . Pet Peeve: Homework on week- ends . . . Favorite Subject: Bi- ology. KATHLEEN M. MOONEY 6 Magnolia Street Nickname: Kay . . . Fondest Memory: Prom Night . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a racing driver ... I Will To AHS: My harmonica . . . Sports: Swimming; Water ski- ing . . . Never Forget: School lunches . . . Chief Failing: Drivers’ Education. FRANCISCO MORALES 32 Alfred Road Nickname: Pancho . . . In- terests: Basketball; Swimming; Skating; Soccer; Music . . . Sports: Track; Wrestling . . . Ambition: To be an engineer . . . Activities: Spanish Club; Track Team . . . Known For: Mountain climbing. WILLIAM MORAN 1 25 Jason Street Activities: Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Allied Youth; Biology lab assistant; Baseball, JV . . . I Will TO AHS: My younger brother ... I Predict That: Lunchroom meals will not im- prove . . . Pet Peeve: Monday mornings. Dear Aunt Minerva: help me! PETER MITCHELL 395 Appleton Street Nickname: Mitch . . . Hobby: Coin Collecting . . . Sports: Baseball; Hockey . . . Favorite Personality: Dean Martin . . . Interest: Sports . . . Chief Failing: You name it ... I Will To AHS: All the periods I attended in the two terms. JAMES G. MOONEY 6 Magnolia Street Hobby: Stamps . . . Never Forget: My hrst stamp . . . Chief Failing: My terrible writing . . . Favorite Subject: Science . . . Pet Peeve: Wak- ing up early . . . Ambition: To further my study in electronics . . . Interest: Electronics. DOUGLAS N. MOORE 56 Churchill Avenue Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Hobbies: Art; Drums . . . Ambition: To be a veterinarian . . . Activities: Band; Orches- tra ... Interests: Boating; Water skiing; Music . . . Claim To Fame: Playing with a band . . . Will To AHS: My drums. FERNANDO MORALES 32 Alfred Road Nickname: Fern . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Known For: Sleeping in Spanish class . . . Hobbies: Model kits . . . Never Forget: Football games . . . Will To AHS: My gym suit and some Colombian coffee . . . Ambition: To go into the Navy. PATRICIA M. MORELLO 147 Thorndike Street Activities: Earth Science Club, V. Pres.; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Basketball; Field Hockey; Youth Council . . . Known For: My Shortness . . . Claim To Fame: My great field hockey ability . . . Will To AHS: My “big” locker. 1 120 John, Paul, George, and what? CURTIS MORGAN 2 Selkirk Road Nickname: Little Mick . . . Chief Failing: Going to AHS . . . Known For: Laziness . . . Sports: Hockey; Soccer; Bas- ketball; Football . . . Interests: Architecture; Girls; Clothes . . . I Predict That: The school will crumble like Rome. SANDRA A. MORGAN 107 Thesda Street Nickname: Muff . . . Pet Peeve: The many smells in the 1 u nc h r o o m . . . Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Sen- ior Prom Committee . . . Never Forget: The day at Crane’s Beach . . . Fondest Memory: Junior Prom . . . Chief Failing: Math. CHRISTINE A. MORRISON 142 Newport Street Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Sports: Softball; Swimming ... I Will to AHS: My encyclopedia . . . Activi- ties: Gilbert Sullivan; Dra- matic Club; Softball Team . . . Pet Peeve: Boys . . . Never Forget: All I have learned at AHS. PHILIP MOURIS 36 Bellington Street N i c k n a m e : Mouse . . . Hobby: Coin collecting . . . Favorite Subject: Latin . . . Known For: Talking back to teachers ... Pet Peeve: School regulations . . . Sports: Hockey; Basketball . . . Chief Failing: School. LYNNE M. MORGAN 10 Memorial Way Ambitions: To travel; to have a lot of money and clothes . . . Pet Peeve: People who copy others . . . Hobbies: Reading, Listening to records . . . Favorite Personality: Bob Dylan . . . Interests: Clothes; Money; Boys. CHARLENE MORRISON 88 Sunnyside Avenue Known For: My natural hair color . . . Ambition: To be a good secretary . . . Chief Fail- ing: My stock in Lady Clairol . . . Never Forget: Those week-ends in N.H. ... I Will To AHS: My great work . . . Fondest Memory: Mr. B’s his- tory class. EILEEN M. MORSE 1 12 Fremont Street Nickname: Frosty . . . Activi- ties: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; FHA . . . Claim To Fame: Being a blonde? . . . Never Forget: Senior beach party . . . Chief Failing: School . . . I Will To AHS: All my Clairol bottles . . . Favorite Saying: “M.T.C.” EDWARD MULCAHY 38 Richfield Road Sports: Football, V.; Basket- ball; Baseball . . . Pet Peeve: Filling out silly questionnaires . . . Predict That: AHS will always win! . . . Never For- get: Football season of 1966 and the trip to Miami . . . Chief Failing: English? KATHY M. MULCAHY 43 Fremont Court Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Ski Club . . . Pet Peeve: A Monday morning . . . Will To AHS: English terminals and freshmen . . . Favorite Personality: Sonny of The Animals . . . Favorite Subject: History. MARION L. MULCAHEY 30 Newport Street Activities: Allied Youth; CYO . . . Favorite Personalities: Sonny Cher . . . Hobbies: Roller Skating; Water skiing . . . Fondest Memory: All the hockey games . . . Interest: Working at Telephone Com- pany ... I Will To AHS: The cafeteria. 121 ELEANOR MULLANE 62 Eliot Road Activities: Girls’ Club; Youth Council . . . Favorite Person- ality: Frank Sinatra . . . Never Forget: Province Town, 1966 . . . Known For: My appetite . . . Claim To Fame: My half pints? . . . Ambition: To be famous . . . Pet Peeve: V.G.M. GEORGE F. MURPHY 10 University Road Nickname: Murf ... Hob- bies: Golf; Chemistry . . . Sports: Swimming; Sailing . . . Ambition: To further my stud- ies in chemistry . . . Pet Peeve: Certain people ... I Will To AHS: My only paper- back book . . . Interests: School; Money. PATRICIA A. MURPHY 6 Park Street Place Favorite Subject: English . . . I Will To AHS: My fights with Mrs. Jones . . . Ambition: To become a nurse . . . Favorite Saying: “Ya! Right.” . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited people . . . Sports: Skating; Golf; Swim- ming. STEVEN R. MURPHY 92 Orient Avenue Nickname: Murf . . . Inter- ests: My job; Cars . . . Known For: My pink Chevy . . . Never Forget: Senior Prom ... I Will To AHS: My seat in the cafeteria . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To win a mil- lion dollars tax free. with license number K 7 54 30 STANLEY D. MUNCHERIAN 7 Osceola Path Nickname: Munchie ... Ac- tivities: Allied Youth; Ski Club . . . Sport: Football . . . Pet Peeve: School Administration . . . Will To AHS: Mr. Sampson’s pencil sharpener . . . Suppressed Desire: Never to wash a car again!! MARILYN C. MURPHY 6 Memorial Way Nickname: Mai . . . Sports: Skiing; Softball . . . Interests: Football and Hockey games ... I Will To AHS: All my used-up pens . . . Fondest Memory: My year as a fresh- man . . . Suppressed Desire: To live in Hawaii and learn to surf. ROBERT P. MURPHY 88 Chandler Street Nickname: Murph . . . Activi- ties: Allied Youth; Co-Mgr. of the V. Football team . . . Predict That: I will be drafted . . . Suppressed Desire: To graduate . . . Claim To Fame: Good radios ... I Will To AHS: My Newman books. PATRICIA A. MURRAY 46 Mount Vernon Street Activities: Girls’ Club . . . Pet Peeve: English . . . Will To AHS: My deficiency slips . . . Ambition: To be a nurse . . . Hobby: Taking care of my pet German Shepherd . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To play in a girls’ band as tambourinist. WILLIAM P. MURRAY 130 Gardener Street Activities: Football, V. Co- Capt. . . . Claim To Fame: Skydiving . . . Pet Peeve: People who snap gum . . . Ambition: To be an accountant ... Favorite Personality: James 007 Bond . . . Sports: Baseball; Football; Basketball. FRANCES MUSTO 1 1 5 Hibbert Street Hobbies: Sketching; Collecting records; Painting . . . Inter- ests: Boys . . . Favorite Per- sonalities: The Monkees . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Known For: My crazy stock- ings ... I Predict That: AHS will be eaten by termites. 122 . . moved immediately, or else. BARBARA M. NADEAU 8 Lafayette Street Nickname: “Bugs” . . . Activi- ties: Chronicle; Field Hockey; JV . . . Sports: Bowling; Fig- ure skating; Softball; Basket- ball; Swimming; Tennis . . . Hobbies: Oil painting; Flower arranging; Piano playing . . . Pet Peeve: No car. PAUL F. NAPOLITANO 40 Hibbert Street Favorite Subject: English . . . Will To AHS: My yellow slips . . . Hobbies: Skiing; Sleeping . . . Pet Peeve: Work . . . Never Forget: The trou- ble in print class . . . Chief Failing: Gym . . . Interest: Girls . . . Ambition: To be a bookkeeper. ELAINE M. NELSON 37 Sutherland Road Activities: FHA; Allied Youth; Ski Club; CYO; Tom Dooley Youth League . . . Pet Peeve: Shorthand ... I Will To AHS: My drum sticks . . . Ambition: To become a sec- retary . . . Favorite Personali- ty: Moulty . . . Known For: Getting into trouble. THERESA C. NICHOLAS 22 Lowell Street Nickname: Nick . . . Ambi- tion: To become a secretary . . . Interest: Boys . . . Favor- ite Personalities: The Smothers Brothers . . . Hobby: Sleeping . . . Pet Peeve: The warm wa- ter in school fountains ... I Will To AHS: My gym sneak- ers. JAYNE NAPOLITANO 89 Summer Street Sports: Swimming; Bowling ... I Will To AHS: All my A papers . . . Favorite Personal- ity: Righteous Brothers . . . Fondest Memory: My Fresh- man year . . . Interest: Boys . . . Favorite Saying: You got a case . . . Favorite Subject: English. SANDRA M. NAUGLER 1 1 Wellington Street Nickname: Sandy . . . Ambi- tion: To be a social worker or a swimming director . . . Fa- vorite Personality: Don Frye . . . Never Forget: Junior English class . . . Work Out- side School: Coach of girls’ swimming team at Arlington Boys’ Club. KAREN L. NERI 14 Menotomy Road Nickname: Butch . . . Activi- ties: Gilbert Sullivan; Girls’ Club; Tom Dooley League; Al- lied Youth; CYO . . . Favorite Subject: Biology . . . Never Forget: AHS sports . . . Pet Peeve: College board exams ... I Will To AHS: My gym suit. o STEPHEN L. NIGRO 1 Laurel Street Sports: Football, JV; Baseball . . . Hobby: Working on cars . . . Chief Fading: History . . . Interests: Science; Foot- ball . . . Pet Peeve: Noisy tappets in a car . . . Work Outside School: A day laborer . . . Ambition: To work in science. CARL NITCHIE 52 Hillsdale Road Sports: Soccer; Swimming . . . Pet Peeve: School lunches . . . Hobby: Reading old magazines . . . Chief Failing: Gym . . . Claim To Fame: Bassoon . . . Interest: Music ... I Will To AHS: My calculus book . . . Favorite Subject: Math. MARY JANE NIXON 43 Prospect Avenue Favorite Subjects: Biology; Art . . . Activities: Dramatic Club; CYO; Tom Dooley League; Allied Youth; Teen Club; Girls’ Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Chronicle . . . Hobby: Playing the piano . . . Interest: Art . . . Sports: Tennis; Swim- ming. 123 ANGELA T. NOCELLA 3 Huntington Road Activities: Allied Youth; Teen Club; Chronicle . . . Sport: Tennis . . . Pet Peeve: Dirty Blackboards . . . Hobby: Sew- ing . . . Fondest Memory: All my friends . . . Chief Failing: Bookkeeping II ... Never Forget: End of 80’s corridor. JAMES J. NOVIELLO 6 Puritan Road Sports: Baseball ; Hockey; Golf; Tennis; Eootball . . . Pet Peeve: Old toothless teachers . . . Hobby: Money . . . Fa- vorite Personality: Superman . . . Interests: Writing; Girls . . . Ambition: To become a success in my career. PATRICIA A. O ' CONNELL 32 Appleton Street Activities: Chronicle; Dramatic Club, Sec.; Girls’ Club; Youth Council; Tom Dooley; Teen Club ... Chief Failing: Avoiding sunburn . . . Hobby: Collecting hats . . . Never Forget: Beach parties . . . Will To AHS: My French verb cards. Can Mathman succeed? ERIC D. NORDEN 40 Chatham Street Nickname: Swede . . . Activi- ties: Outdoor track, V.; Ski Club . . . Sports: Hockey; Football; Tennis ... I Will To AHS: My old gym socks . . . Favorite Personality: Bat- man . . . Claim To Fame: My royal blood? . . . Pet Peeve: Snobs. MARGARET O’BRIEN 16 Brattle Place Activities: FHA; Senior Bed- ford Hospital Volunteer . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Pet Peeve: Men drivers . . . Ambition: To be a hairdresser ... I Predict That: Freshmen will get smaller as the years go by. LORRAINE Y. O’CONNOR 292 Washington Street Activities: Girls’ Club; Youth Council; Chronicle; Allied Youth . . . Fondest Memory: April 20, 1966 . . . Favorite Saying: “Oh help!” . . . Never Forget: Social fire drills . . . Pet Peeve: A certain male . . . Will To AHS: My “Renoirs.” LORRAINE M. O’DONNELL 43 Richfield Road Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Spanish Club; Basket- ball; Yearbook Staff . . . Am- bition: To be a teacher . . . Interests: Going to football and hockey games . . . Favor- ite Subject: Spanish . . . 1 Will To AHS: My lab goggles. PATRICIA E. O’LEARY 1 1 George Street Nickname: Pat . . . Ambition: To be a medical secretary . . . Favorite Saying: “Really!” . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Teen Club . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Sport: Softball . . . Known For: My kinky hair . . . Pet Peeve: Oral talks. DENNIS P. O’NEIL 12 Dickson Avenue Fondest Memory: My first day of high school . . . Ambition: To be a doctor . . . Hobbies: Swimming; Fishing; Boating . . . Activities: Gymnastics; Track; Boys’ Club; Teen Club Y.M.C.A. . . . Favorite Sub- jects: Math; Latin. FRANCIS E. O’NEIL 52 Lombard Terrace Known For: My hair . . . Ambition: To graduate . . . Sports: Surfing; Skiing ... I Predict That: Dress and hair codes will become nonexistent . . . Never Forget: Beach part- ies at Crane’s . . . Pet Peeve: Monday mornings. 124 Inane! Inane! JAMES P. O’NEIL 52 Lombard Terrace Chief Failing: Haircuts . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Activities: Gymnastics; S k i Club . . . Fondest Memory: Beach parties . . . Claim To Fame: Patch pockets . . . Never Forget: Biology class ... I Will To AHS: Empty “tonic” bottles. RICHARD J. PALOMBA 85 Lake Street Activities: Yearbook, Publicity Editor; Student Council, Pres.; Allied Youth, V. Pres.; Ski Club; Chronicle, Sports Editor; Youth Council; Tom Dooley League ... I Will To AHS: My executive “James Bond” at- tache case. ELLEN K. O’ROURKE 125 Park Avenue Activities: Chronicle; Ski Club; Allied Youth . . . Ambition: To be a secretary . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Pet Peeve: Insincere people . . . Never Forget: November 2 . . . Chief Failing: Oral talks . . . Interest: Graduating. STEPHANIE K. PAPPAS 10 Gould Road Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Samettes; Yearbook Staff . . . Ambition: To be a teacher ... I Predict That: The students will take over AHS . . . Never Forget: Class day of ’66 . . . Pet Peeve: Solving problems. RAYMOND K. O’NEIL 12 Dickson Avenue Ambition: To be a plumber . . . Pet Peeve: Fooling around . . . Sports: Boating; Hockey . . . Activities: Gym- nastics; Weightlifting; Teen Club; Boys’ Club . . . Work Outside School: Plumbing stock boy . . . Hobby: Draw- ing houses. DAVID T. PALMACCI 12 Brattle Street Nickname: Pal . . . Chief Failing: Typing . . . Sports: Fishing; Golf; Tennis . . . Fa- vorite Personality: Bob Dylan . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a forest ranger . . . Will To AHS: My ’49 Ford . . . Fond- est Memory: AHS football team. ALBERT M. PALOMBO 66 Columbia Road Activities: Football, V; Allied Youth; Basketball, JV; Library Corps; Weightlifting; Ski Club, Pres.; Guitar Club . . . Pet Peeve: Chemistry . . . Fondest Memory: The day I brought ragweed into chem. class . . . 1 Will To AHS: Skis. SUSAN L. PAPPAS 10 Gould Road Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied youth; Art Club; Yearbook Staff . . . Ambition: To be an artist ... I Predict That: In the near future people will move to the moon . . . Pet Peeve: Giving oral talks . . . Interest: Oil Painting. LEWIS J. PARAGONA 88 Sunnyside Avenue Nickname: Lou . . . Sports: Skiing; Hockey; Skating . . . Never Forget: Beach parties . . . Pet Peeve: Too much homework ... I Will To AHS: My freshman rat shoes . . . Chief Failing: French . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Basketball. GAIL E. PARKER 2 Shawnee Road Never Forget: The days in homeroom 89 ... Will To AHS: All the discipline slips I have received ... I Predict That: It will rain on gradua- tion day . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Skipping school and not getting caught . . . Chief Fail- ing: Grammar. 125 ROBERT H. PELLEGRINI 17 Cheswick Road Fondest Memory: Homeroom period . . . Chief Failing: French . . . Will To AHS: My homeroom attendance card . . . Interests: Cars; Girls; Sci- ence . . . Sports: Football, V; Weightlifting ... Predict That: Girls at AHS will get better. ARTHUR S. PENNING 72 Hillsdale Road Ambition: To become rich . . . Pet Peeve: People who are show offs . . . Known For: Being late . . . Sports: Base- ball; Football; Hockey . . . Predict That: A student revolt occurs before 1969 ... I Will To AHS: My patch pocket pants. DENNIS W. PERKINS 88 Webster Street Activities: Earth Science Club; Spring Track; Gymnastics; Chess Club . . . Will To AHS: My power pack Vega amplifier . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Chemistry . . . Ambition: To become a physicist . . . Hobby: Playing the guitar. ROBERT E. PETER 42 Golden Avenue Favorite Subject: Science . . . Predict That: Atlanta will win the pennant . . . Sports: Hockey; Football; Basketball; Baseball . . . Never Forget: Tony Cluninger . . . Claim To Fame: John Mahon ... I Will To AHS: A new principal. American chop suey -again? ROBERT H. PENNEY 5 Colonial Village Drive Hobby: Scuba diving . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Physics . . . Suppressed Desire: To break the underwater diving record . . . Fondest Memory: June 1, 1966 ... I Predict That: I shall some day swim under the North Pole. LINDA J. PERCIVAL 36 Washington Street Nickname: Percy . . . Ambi- tion: To go to college . . . Chief Failing: History . . . Never Forget: Junior Prom . . . Sports: Volleyball; Ice Skating . . . Activities: Student Council; Office Assistant; CYO; Gilbert Sullivan; Chronicle. JANA L. PERRY 47 Draper Avenue Nickname: Jan . . . Chief Failing: Latin . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Sport: Skating . . . Ambition: To teach math . . . Ne ver Forget: All the fun in room 5 . . . Ac- tivities: Science Club; Math Team; Concert Band; March- ing Band. DAVID P. PETERS 42 Golden Avenue Activity: Science Club . . . Never Forget: Senior Class Day of ’66 . . . Sports: Base- ball; Hockey; Ping-Pong; Bas- ketball; Football ... I Will To AHS: A jamming citizens’ band radio . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Math ... Hobby: Radios. ANTHONY PETROUS 10 Wigwam Circle Hobby: Mechanical Drawing ... I Predict That: By 26 1 will have become a millionaire . . . Sport: Baseball . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To be a gen- ius .. . Never Forget: School lunches . . . Known For: My ability to grasp knowledge. STEPHEN PHANEUF 67 Old Mystic Street Activities: Earth Science Club; Ski Club; Track; CYO . . . Sport: Wrestling . . . Interests: Skiing; Sailing . . . Ambition: To become a lawyer . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Fond- est Memory: The hockey games . . . Favorite Subject: Science. 126 (Sorry about that) MICHELE PICARDI 135 Dow Avenue Activities: Chronicle; Student Council; Tom Dooley Youth League, Vice-Pres.; Library Corps . . . Will To AHS: All those student council min- utes . . . Ambition: To be a teacher . . . Favorite Saying: “Really?” . . . Hobby: Read- ing. DONNA M. POITRAS 69 Grove Street Activities: Drama Club; Pres.; Chronicle; Ski Club . . . Hob- bies: Reading; Writing; Sum- mer Stock Theater . . . Chief Failing: Being on time . . . Sports: Water skiing; horse- back riding . . . Pet Peeve: Butt fiends. MARK J. POLLANDER 1 1 Lafayette Street Fondest Memory: The day that I got my driver’s license . . . Pet Peeve: Dogs . . . Hobbies: Playing pool or ping-pong . . . Suppressed Desire: To live in Hawaii as a rich bachelor . . . Chief Failing: All one year subjects. THOMAS J. POOLEY 63 Cedar Avenue Ambition: To become a street- car conductor . . . Pet Peeve: English . . . Activities: Indoor and Outdoor Track, V; Allied Youth . . . Never Forget: The time I saw the Lone Ranger’s face . . . Predict That: AHS will collapse when we leave. JAMES B. PIERCE 148 Wollaston Avenue Fondest Memory: AH the classes that I have missed . . . Favorite Subject: Biology . . . Suppressed Desire: To leave AHS . . . Sports: Football; Hockey; Swimming ... 7 Will To AHS: All the notes that I have written. DAVID POLAND 68 Mystic Street Pet Peeve: Teachers . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Lunch? . . . Hobby: Coin collecting . . . Suppressed Desire: To become a success ... I Will To AHS: My best thoughts . . . Chief Failing: School. ROBERT POLLARD 30 Cliff Street Pet Peeve: Questionnaire forms . . . Hobby: Cycling . . . Never Forget: Graduation . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Favorite Personality: Mick Jagger . . . Chief Fail- ing: Wiped out 12 8 66 at 7:45 AM. JAMES PORTESI 102 Grafton Street Pet Peeve: English . . . Favor- ite Personality: Bob Dylan . . . Chief Failing: Being a procrastinator ... Sports: Hockey; Skiing . . . Never Forget: Although I will . . . Work Outside School: Cook ... I Will To AHS: The wasted space 1 used. MICHAEL J. POWERS 201 Mountain Avenue Sports: Swimming; Sailing . . . I Will To AHS: My patch pockets ... I Predict That: Mr. Taylor will become princi- pal . . . Known For: Driving the slowest car around Arling- ton . . . Favorite Subject: Math. PATRICIA A. POWERS 160 Mystic Valley Parkway Favorite Subject: English . . . Will To AHS: Lunches . . . Sport: Bowling . . . Known For: Going to the clinic . . . Suppressed Desire: To be an astronaut . . . Favorite Saying: “Guess so.” . . . Favorite Per- sonality: The Supremes. 127 THOMAS PRATO 37 Jason Street Favorite Subject: Physics . . . Will To AHS: My cerebral cortex . . . Claim To Fame: I want to go to Vietnam . . . Fondest Memory: The night the lights went out ... I Pre- dict That: AHS will close in the summer. RICHARD PRENDERGAST 20 Brattle Place Nickname: Pronto . . . Inter- ests: Sports; Girls . . . Never Forget: AHS . . . Favorite Saying: “Check it out.” ... I Predict That: The little old wine maker will make other beverages . . . Ambition: To become a draftsman. MARGARET M. PUDDISTER 17 Mayflower Road Nickname: Peggy . . . Ambi- tion: To work with children . . . Pet Peeve: Math . . . Fa- vorite Personalities: The Beach Boys . . . Known For: My height . . . Interests: Basket- ball, hockey, and football games ... I Will To AHS: My long legs. MARIE T. RADUAZZO 32 River Street Activities: Chronicle; Y e a r- book Staff; Earth Science Club; Teen Club; Ski Club; Arling- ton Youth Council . . . Favor- ite Personality: The Beach Boys . . . Chief Failing: Latin . . . Sports: Skiing; Tennis . . . Ambition: To become a teacher. It says here . MARY PRENDERGAST 60 Brattle Street Activities: French Club; Girls’ Club; Yearbook; Ski Club . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Ambi- tion: To be a magazine writer . . . Interest: Music . . . Fa- vorite Personality: Tom Rush . . . Never Forget: Last sum- mer . . . Hobby: Sewing. JOHN J. PRIOR 108 Sunnyside Avenue Activities: Weightlifting; Teen Club; CYO . . . Never Forget: The beach parties . . . Chief Failing: Taking final exams . . . Known For: Always being on time . . . Sports: Hockey; Football . . . Suppressed De- sire: To go to college. THOMAS QUEALEY 46 Thesda Street Activities: Prom Committee; Youth Council . . . Claim To Fame: The “67” Commandos . . . Chief Failing: A certain AHS cheerleader ... I Will To AHS: Pep rallies ... I Predict That: Class of ' 67 will be the best to graduate. DEBORAH T. RALEIGH 1 1 Oakledge Street Nicknames: Debbie; Ralph . . . Pet Peeve: People always trying for the best position . . . Interests: Dancing; Sing- ing . . . Ambition: To become a secretary . . . Known For: My big mouth . . . Activities: AY; Chronicle; Samettes. STEPHEN M. RAUSEO 56 Broadway Hobby: Painting . . . Ambi- tion: To enter the Navy . . . Chief Failing: History . . . Favorite Personality: Richard Raymond . . . Activities: AYA Baseball; received MVP Award ’65 . . . Favorite Subject: Eng- lish ... Interests: Girls; Sports. RICHARD L. RAYMOND 95 Grafton Street Ambition: To be a store man- ager . . . Claim To Fame: My big head ... I Will To AHS: My rubbers . . . Pet Peeve: Life . . . Sports: Football; Hockey . . . Hobby: Girls . . . Known For: Slow driving . . . Favorite Saying: “Your sister’s necktie.” 128 . . in the Youth Code . . . SUSAN A. READY 10 Russell Street Never Forget: The first day at AHS . . . Activities: Softball . . . Favorite Personality: The Beach Boys . . . Favorite Say- ing: “Ya.” . . . Pet Peeve: Gym . . . Ambition: To be a teacher ... I Will To AHS: All my homework. DANIEL J. REIS 40 Franklin Street Activities: Baseball; Teen Club . . . Pet Peeve: Final exams . . . Chief Failing: Salesman- ship . . . Sports: Baseball; Football; Basketball; Hockey . . . Claim To Fame: Winner of MVP award in AYA . . . Favorite Saying: “Yeah!” THERESA M. RINDONE 51 Claremont Avenue Nickname: Terry . . . Ambi- tion: To be a secretary . . . Never Forget: Clothing class of ’66 ... Will To AHS: My gym suit . . . Favorite Subject: Sewing . . . Chief Failing: Consumer Education . . . Pet Peeve: Bad lunches. ANNE MARIE ROACH 169 Charlton Street Never Forget: Beatles’ Con- cert; Receiving class ring: The day I got my driver’s license . . . Claim To Fame: Samette Captain . . . Pet Peeve: Not enough class periods ... Ac- tivities: Yearbook staff; Art Club; Samettes; Girls’ Club. PETER REAGAN 1119 Massachusetts Avenue Ambition: To graduate . . . Sports: Track; Volleyball . . . Activities: Weightlifting; Ski Club; Cross Country Team . . . Hobby: Painting . . . Pet Peeve: Teachers . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Fondest Memory: Cross Country League Meet. PAUL G. RICE 243 Lowell Street Activities: Teen Club . . . Sports: Swimming . . . Pet Peeve: Homework . . . Chief Failing: English . . . Hobby: Rifling . . . Claim to Fame: Being a hard worker . . . Never Forget: My memorable days as a freshman . . . Ambi- tion: To be an architect. CHARLES A. RIVENBURG 13 Mayflower Road Nickname: Turtle . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To own a new GTO ... I Will To AHS: My used learner’s permit . . . Fa- vorite Personality: Red Skelton . . . Sport: Bowling . . . In- terest: Guitar . . . Never For- get: The day I dropped French. WILLIAM A. ROARK 5 Winter Street Ambition: To become a ma- chinist . . . Interests: Guns; Boats; Cars . . . Activities: N.E.S.C.E.; Mystic Valley Gun Club; Sea Explorers . . . Pet Peeve: Dancing . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Known For: Obeying all the traffic laws. ALAN J. ROBBAT 26 Frost Street Nickname: Big A1 . . . Activi- ties: Football; Track ... I Will To AHS: My warning cards . . . Never Forget: Eraser fights . . . Interest: Cars . . . Chief Failing: Junior Year ... 1 Predict That: When we graduate, AHS will go to “pot.” GREGORY N. ROBINSON 107 Jason Street Ambition: To be an architect . . . Activity: Ski Club . . . Known For: Being quiet . . . Sports: Fishing; Hunting; Wa- ter Skiing; Surfing . . . Favor- ite Personality: Happy . . . Favorite Saying: “You are out of your tree.” 129 KENNETH G. ROBINSON 9 Belknap Street Nickname: Rob . . . Ambi- tion: To be an engineer . . . Hobby: Playing guitar and drums . . . Never Forget: My accident in front of Brigham’s . . . Known For: Week-end activities . . . Favorite Subject: Spanish . . . Pet Peeve: Ge- ometry. PETER D. ROGARIS 55 Bow Street Nickname: Greek . . . Work Outside School: Car wash . . . Sport: Drag racing . . . Hobby: Repairing cars . . . In- terest: Machines . . . Ambi- tion: To be an equipment op- erator . . . Pet Peeve: Money borrowers . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Shop. DANIEL G. ROTONDI 230 Cedar Avenue Ambition: To be an accountant . . . Sports: Hockey; Football; Tennis; Baseball; Basketball . . . Will To AHS: My Ma- jor Mudd Membership Card . . . Never Forget: The great times in period six of my Jun- ior year . . . Chief Failing: Pottery. What ' s everybody cheering for? DIANNE M. RODERICK 22 Varnum Street Pet Peeve: Bad lunches . . . Never Forget: Crafts class of 1966 ... Will To AHS: My report cards . . . Ambition: To become a practical nurse . . . Chief Failing: History ... I Predict That: AHS will never forget the class of ’67. ROBERT C. ROSSETTI 246 Forest Street Hobby: Swimming . . . Work Outside School: F. B. Jones Company ... I Will To AHS: All my homework . . . Inter- est: Pool . . . Chief Failing: Freshman year . . . Fondest Memory: Graduation . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Mathematics. [ MADELINE R. RUSSELL 1 1 3 Gray Street Nickname: Lynn . . . Never Forget: French class . . . Am- bition: To be a teacher . . . Pet Peeve: Taking exams . . . Activities: Chronicle; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club . . . Will To AHS: All the fun I have had in my four years. PATRICIA R. RUSSELL 91 Egerton Road Activities: Girls’ Club; Office Assistant; Gilbert Sullivan; Pep Club; FHA; Creative Fashion Council . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Pet Peeve: Gym ... I Will To AHS: My re- port cards . . . Claim To Fame: Selling doughnuts. EDWARD R. RYAN 164 Gardner Street Hobby: Television . . . Ambi- tion: To make big money soon . . . Never Forget: The first day I arrived at school on time . . . Pet Peeve: School starting at 8:00 . . . Work Outside School: Car mechanic . . . Favorite Subject: Math ROBERT F. RYAN 19 Freeman Street Activities: S k i Club . . . Sports: Skiing; swimming . . . Pet Peeves: Females; school . . . Work Outside School: Mithras Electronics . . . I Will To AHS: All the clothes in my gym locker . . . Chief Failing: My freshman year. RICHARD R. SACCA | 38 Amsden Street ’ Hobby: Working on cars ... Chief Failing: Geometry ... Interest: Drafting . . . Ambi- ) tion: To build a race car ... Favorite Saying: “Beautiful!” j . .. . Fondest Memory: Sum- I mer of ’63 ... Will To 1 AHS: All my interesting books? ai 130 He only dropped one plate. JOSEPH A. SACCO 41 Lancaster Road Nickname: The kid . . . Ambi- tion: To become an auto me- chanic . . . Sports: Pool; Bowling . . . Hobby: Racing cars . . . Favorite Subject: Woodworking . . . Fondest Memories: The wood shop; Junior year . . . Pet Peeve: Traffic. JOAN H. SALENGA 26 Fordham Street Hobby: Bowling ... I Will To AHS: My old book covers . . . Favorite Subject: Typing . . . Ambition: To become a secretary . . . Known For: Chewing gum . . . Fondest Memory: Senior prom . . . Chief Failing: History. RONALD SANTOSUOSSO 83 Dickson Avenue Activities: Allied Youth; Ski Club . . . Interest; Playing sports . . . Never Forget: The great hockey tournaments . . . Pet Peeve: Sixth period study hall ... I Predict That: The school lunches can’t become any worse. JOHN E. SARNO 201 Sylvia Street Hobby: Playing pocket bil- liards . . . Sports: Karate; Judo . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Ambition: To become a karate instructor and have my own school . . . Pet Peeve: The lunchroom . . . Work Outside School: Sales- clerk at Bradlee’s. HAROLD W. SAUL 24 Gray Street Nickname: Harry . . . Never Forget: South Shore Track Meet . . . Known For: Fifty yard dash . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Math . . . Chief Failing: Latin . . . Suppressed Desire: To graduate ... I Will To AHS: 180 days with Mr. P. and chemistry. DIANE E. SAHAGIAN 23 Cleveland Street Nicknames: Di; Dino . . . Ambition: To be a secretary . . . Known For: My big mouth . . . Chief Failing: His- tory ... Work Outside School: Salesgirl . . . Favorite Subjects; Typing; English . . . Interests: Boys; Bowling. ELLIOT SARANTAKOS 38 Menotomy Road Sports: Baseball; Hockey . . . Pet Peeve: Warm classrooms . . . Never Forget: Old Hall studies ... I Predict That: Mr. B. “will make it work” . . . Interests: Music; Hockey games . . . Favorite Subject: English. VIRGINIA A. SARANTAKOS 56 Milton Street Nickname: Ginger . . . Activi- ties: Girls’ Club . . . Ambi- tion: To be a medical secretary or to be an elementary teach- er ... Hobbies: Sewing; Dancing; Playing tennis . . . Favorite Saying: “I kid you not.” . . . Favorite Subject: English. CRAIG S. SARNOW 14 Addison Street Activities: Band; Orchestra; Ski Club . . . Sports: Skiing; Swimming . . . Pet Peeve: Staying in homeroom during assemblies . . . Ambition: To be an orthodontist . . . Fond- est Memory: Biology lab . . . Favorite Subject: Science. DIANE M. SCALE ATI 103 Bow Street Nickname: Di . . . Chief Fail- ing: Math . . . Ambition: To graduate . . . Activities: Gil- bert Sullivan Club; Spanish Club . . . Pet Peeve: The ex- tra gym period . . . Hobby: Reading . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Never Forget: School lunches. 131 DANIEL K. SCHAEFER 97 Newport Street Ambition: To be an accountant . . . Chief Failing: My inabil- ity to beat the mob to lunch . . . Never Forget: Many long y hours studying . . . Favorite Subject: History . . . Will To AHS: The swinging doors near the office. NANCY J. SCOTT 216 Park Avenue Nickname: Scotty . . . Activi- ties: Gilbert Sullivan; Samettes; Girls’ Club; Tennis; Glee Club; Girls’ Choir . . . Ambition: To be a nurse . . . Chief Failing: Being cynical . . . Favorite Personality: Paul Newman . . . Sport: Skiing. ANNE L. SERPA 24 Arrowhead Lane Never Forget: The sounds of AHS . . . Pet Peeve: Having a fire drill during gym . . . In- terests: People; Reading; Writ- ing . . . Activities: Yearbook Staff; Student Council; Chron- icle; CYO, Sec. . . . Ambition: To become a journalist. Who could it be il PHILIP K. SCHOENHEITER 208 Gray Street Nickname: Phil . . . Chief Failing: Writing English com- positions . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Known For: Staying out of trouble . . . Sports: Basketball; Baseball; Football . . . Activities: Science Club; Chemistry lab assistant. JOANNE M. SEABROOK 14 Melrose Street Nickname: Jo ... Known For: The homework I never did . . . Hobby: Reading . . . Favorite Personality: Bob Dylan . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Never Forget: All my English classes at AHS . . . Work Outside School: Babysitting. SHELLEY E. SEWELL 16 Philemon Street Nickname: Shell . . . Ambi- tion: To become a social worker ... I Will To AHS: My un-mathematical mind . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Chronicle . . . Sports: Water skiing; Ice Skating . . . Fondest Memory: Prom at Belmont Hill. THOMAS G. SHANNON 14 Farmer Road Favorite Subject: Math . . . Hobby: Coin collecting . . . Ambition: To work for the F.B.I. . . . Interest: Girls . . . Claim To Fame: Being a tree in a Dramatic Club play . . . Sports: Skiing; Swimming . . . Pet Peeves: School rules. CHRISTINA SHARP 5 Cheviot Road Nickname: Christy . . . Ambi- tion: To become a dental ceramist ... I Will To AHS: My blue Falcon ... I Predict That: Graduation will be a “foggy” memory for me . . . Chief Failing: Friday Satur- day nights . . . Hobby: Sew- ing. MARYLOU SHAUGHNESSY 163 Park Avenue Activities: Chronicle; Year- book Staff; Basketball; Field Hockey, Manager; Girls’ Club; Ski Club; Allied Youth; Ar- lington Youth Council . . . Nickname: Mia ... Pet Peeve: Being short . . . Ambi- tion: To become a nurse. KATHLEEN SHEA 3 1 Bailey Road Chief Failings: Typing; Cur- rent affairs . . . Hobby: Draw- ing ... I Predict That: I will graduate . . . Fondest Mem- ory: My seventeenth birthday . . . Never Forget: Crafts . . . Interests: Making things . . . Pet Peeve: Nosey people. 132 that has the " Big Mouth " ? LEONARD W. SHEA 93 High Haith Road Nickname: Len . . . Sports: Hockey; Basketball; Golf . . . Hobby: Coin collecting . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Ambition: To become an engi- neer . . . Will To AHS: My biology notes . . . Fondest Memory: Oral talks in room 21 . PHILIP E. SHEERIN 39 Inverness Road Activities: Allied Youth; Teen Club . . . Never Forget: Sum- mer of junior year . . . Pet Peeve: Dress restrictions . . . Ambition: To be a dentist . . . Favorite Subject: Biology . . . Sport: Cross Country . . . Hobby: Sailing. RICHARD SILVA 91 Varnum Street Suppressed Desire: To gradu- ate and join the Marines . . . Fondest Memory: Shop class with Mr. F. . . . Known For: Losing my books to get out of work . . . Chief Failing: Eng- lish with Mrs. L. . . . 7 Will To AHS: My old gym suit. MAUREEN L. SIROIS 1 1 Arnold Street Nickname: Moe . . . Hobby: Sewing . . . Ambition: To be- come a secretary . . . Sport: Swimming . . .Activities: Girls’ Club . . . Favorite Sub- ject: Sewing . . . Work Out- side School: Waitress at Charlie’s Donuts . . . Interest: Flirting. CRYSTAL G. SOTERIADIS 88 Newport Street Sports: Skiing; Roller Skating; Swimming; Basketball . . . Hobbies: Sewing; Cooking; Reading . . . Pet Peeve: My brother . . . Ambition: To be an executive secretary . . .Ac- tivities: Office assistant . . . Favorite Subject: History. WILLIAM J. SHEA 138 Westminster Avenue Interests: Money; Automobiles . . . Will To AHS: My per- fect car? . . . Activi ties: Allied Youth . . . Pet Peeve: Ques- tionnaires . . . Sports: Foot- ball; Hockey; Baseball . . . Fondest Memory: The 2:07 bells . . . Favorite Saying: “More!” JOHN SHERIDAN 71 Bartlett Avenue Sports: Cross Country; Base- ball; Basketball; Track . . . Activities: Chronicle; Chess Club . . . Chief Failing: Never knowing when to quit . . . Ambition: To get ahead . . . Favorite Personality: Snoopy . . . Favorite Subject: History. KIMBERLEY M. SIMPSON 42 Temple Street Ambition: To go to college and to raise a family . . . Pet Peeve: Boys with beards . . . Activities: Ski Club; EH A . . . Favorite Saying: “That’s quite right!” . . . Hobby: Flirting . . . Sports: Snow skiing; Horseback riding; Swimming. FREDERICK SOARES 1 1 Moulton Road Activities: Weight-lifting ... I Will To AHS: sixteen empties . . . Sports: Football, V; Hockey . . . Pet Peeve: Walk- ing up the down stairways . . . Favorite Subject: Math . . . Favorite Saying: “Ask me if I care?” KATHLEEN M. SOUSA 1 1 Exeter Street Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Activities: Chronicle . . . Sports: Swimming; Skat- ing . . . Pet Peeve: Stuck up people . . . Work Outside School: Salesclerk . . . Favor- ite Saying: “I do not believe it.” . . . Favorite Subject: Typ- ing. 133 I WALTER A. SOUZA 35 Lafayette Street Nickname: Needle . . . Activi- ties: Arlington Youth Council; Allied Youth; Fr. Football; Football, Mgr, V.; Hockey, Mgr, V.; Tennis, V.; Senior prom committee; Ski Club; Guitar Club; Constitution Committee . . . Known For: Loving? FRANCES SPAYNE 14 Osborne Road Activities: Yearbook Staff . . . Will To AHS: A bottle of soap for the sanitary . . . Fondest Memory: Dartmouth . . . Ambition: To be a secre- tary . . . Favorite Subject: Typing ... I Predict That: AHS will grow to cover Ar- lington. Finals: moment of truth, I IRENE M. SPANEAS 41 Egerton Road Activities: Basketball; Tennis; Library Corps; Art Club; Gil- bert Sullivan . . . Sports: Archery; Skiing . . . Known For: My accent . . . Never Forget: The excitement of elections ... I Predict That: AHS will have escalators someday. STEPHEN J. SPELLMAN 56 Warren Street Nickname: Spell . . . Ambi- tion: To become a teacher . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Hob- bies: Cars; Boats . . . Sports: Hockey; Football ... I Pre- dict That: I will be out of school in four years . . . Fa- vorite Expression: “That’s close!” PATRICIA A. SPINA 23 Park Street Sport: Swimming . . . Ambi- tion: To go to college . . . Hobby: Flirting . . . Chief Failing: Getting to class on time . . . Claim To Fame: My old life saver wrappers . . . Favorite Saying: “Would you believe?” . . . Favorite Sub- ject: English. PETER SQUIZZERO 82 Stowecroft Road Nickname: Squizz . . . Activi- ties: CYO; Boys’ Club; AY . . . Sports: Football; Base- ball; Wrestling . . . Hobby: Playing the guitar ... I Will To AHS: My slide rule . . . Favorite Saying: “You can’t grow peaches on a cherry tree.” STEPHEN R. STEELE 152 Park Avenue Predict That: I will become a success! . . . Fondest Mem- ory: The last day of Junior year ... Work Outside School: Caddying . . . Pet Peeve: “Old boy!” . . . Known For: A’s in math; Affable, courteous manner. JANE E. STEIN 274 Park Avenue Activities: Dramatic Club, Treas., V. Pres.; Library Corps; Youth Council . . . Suppressed Desire: To come into the school at 2:04 and ask for a late slip . . . Pet Peeve: Split casting in a play . . . Chief Failing: Procrastination. JUDY A. STILES 70 Churchill Avenue Activities: Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Office assistant . . . Pet Peeve: When the bell rings and you are half dressed in gym . . . Interest: Watching foot- ball and hockey games . . . Chief Failing: Math . . . Hobby: Riding horses. SUSAN M. STILES 86 Coolidge Road Activities: Yearbook staff; Ski Club; AY, council; Cheerlead- ing, Capt.; Youth Council; Chronicle; Latin Club . . . Fondest Memories: Cheering for the Red and Grey!; Sum- mer Practice . . . Ambition: To understand life. 134 He ' s not going to scale them! HARRY M. STOCKMAN 72 Gray Street Favorite Subject: Math . . . Chief Failing: Collecting but- terflies ... I Will To AHS: My sister and my dog . . .Ac- tivities: Allied Youth; Band; Gymnastics Team . . . Hobby: Playing the guitar . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To become a Zombie. MARIA SUAREZ 413 Massachusetts Avenue Ambition: To become a secre- tary . . . Never Forget: The day I came to the United States . . . Pet Peeve: Dogs . . . Sports: Tennis; Skiing; Swimming . . . Interest: Typ- ing . . . Chief Failing: English . . . Hobby: Reading. MARY SULLIVAN 158 Mystic Valley Parkway Sport: Skating ... I Will To AHS: The English final . . . Favorite Saying: “Oh ya!” . . . Suppressed Desire: To become a secretary . . . Never Forget: All the fun I had at AHS. SHARON SULLIVAN 158 Mystic Valley Parkway Sports: Bowling; Baseball; Golf; Basketball . . . Favorite Saying: “Eratis!” . . . Favorite Subjects: Typing; Bookkeeping . . . Favorite Personalities: The Supremes ... I Will To AHS: All my terminals . . . Ambition: To become a secre- tary. CYNTHIA S. STONE 29 Draper Avenue Pet Peeve: Cafeteria . . . Sports: Water skiing; Bowling; Golf , . . Will To AHS: My trips to Boston University . . . Activities: Girls’ choir; Girls’ Club; Allied Youth; Gilbert Sullivan; Gymnastics; Chron- icle; Ski Club. DENIS P. SULLIVAN 1 1 Marathon Street Hobbies: Weightlifting; Sailing; Skindiving . . . Sports: Hockey, V.; Football, V. . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Favor- ite Personality: Muchenda . . . Fondest Memory : Marian Tourneys ... I Predict That: AHS will win the state hockey title in 1967. PETER J. SULLIVAN 46 Peter Tufts Road Sports: Golf; Baseball; Hockey; Football . . . Fondest Memory: The prom . . . Fa- vorite Personality: My mother . . . Suppressed Desire: To be a Russian czar . . . Known For: My charm . . . Favorite Saying: “Oh frogie, pluck the magic twanger!” EDWARD SWADKINS 63 Tomahawk Road Nickname: Swaddy . . . Pet Peeves: Haircuts; Being told what to do ... Claim To Fame: Being born ... I Will To AHS: 20 gallons of LXD . . . Chief Failing: Life . . . Favorite Saying: “Get bent!” . . . F a VO r i t e Personality: Fidel Castro. NANCY E. SWEET 94 Marathon Street Ambition: To be a buyer . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Fond- est Memory: The Junior Prom . . . Activities: Girls’ Club; Ski Club ... I Will To AHS: Burkie . . . Claim To Fame: Being absent . . . Chief Fail- ing: Getting up in the morning. MARY E. TAHMOSH 21 Hodge Road Hobby: Sewing . . . Chief Failing: Biology ... I Predict That: Food at AHS will never be any better . . . Ambition: To teach . . . Suppressed De- esire: To graduate . . . Favor- ite Subject: Mathematics . . . Fondest Memory: Homeroom. 135 Question: do seniors ANNA M. TASSONE 6 Waldo Road Sports: Bowling; Riding . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited boys . . . Never Forget: Speeding in a 1955 Chevy . . . Favorite Subject: Science . . . 1 Will To AHS: My many mini-skirts . . . Suppressed Desire: To travel to California . . . Inter- est: Fashion. MARY E. TEEVEN 276 Broadway Activities: Gilbert Sullivan; Office Assistant; Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Chronicle . . . Never Forget: Summer, 1965 . . . Ambition: To be a guid- ance counselor ... I Will To AHS: My locker . . . Chief Failing: Mathematics. RONALD L. THERIAULT 80 Waverly Street I Will To AHS: The good times I had . . . Suppressed Desire: To be successful . . . Favorite Subject: English . . . Activities: Ski Club; Basketball . . . Sports: Baseball; Hockey . . . Favorite Personality: Bill Russell. JOANNE L. TAVILLA 3 Upland Road Activities: Gilbert Sullivan . . . Hobby: Collecting stamps . . . Pet Peeve: Phonies . . . Ambition: To drive a truck for Roto Rooters . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Never Forget: New York week-ends ... I Will To AHS: My history book. JOHN MICHAEL THOMAS 10 Randolph Street Nickname: Mike . . . Hobby: Stamps . . . Interests: Racing and designing cars . . . Known For: Doodling . . . Favorite Saying: “That’s Life!” . . . Ambition: To design racing cars . . . Favorite Subject: Drawing . . . 1 Will To AHS: My absent notes. ALLEN R. TICEHURST 270 Forest Street Nickname: Tice . . . Known For: My short haircuts . . . Ambition: To go to college . . . Pet Peeve: Dull people . . . Sports: Golf; Hockey; Baseball; Basketball ... Fondest Memory: Ye old bomb scare ... I Will To AHS: A worn out seat. SUSAN M. TERZIAN 119 Massachusetts Avenue Chief Failing: Biology . . . Hobby: Reading . . . Ambi- tion: To become a teacher . . . Activities: French Club; FHA; Ski Club, secretary . . . Never Forget: AHS ski trips . . . Sports: Skiing; Skating . . . Work Outside School: Library aide. CYNTHIA A. THOMAS 70 Freemont Street Nickname: Cyndy . . . Inter- est: To watch motorcycle races . . . Chief Failing: English . . . Ambition: To be a model or a beautician ... I Predict That: I shall always be myself . . . Suppressed Desire: To see the world. GEORGE T. THOMPSON 25 Blossom Street Activities: Golf; Allied Youth; Ski Club . . . Sports: Basket- ball; Baseball; Hockey; Golf . . . Chief Failing: Latin . . . I Will To AHS: My old report cards . . . Claim To Fame: My smart, intelligent, and witty personality? LESLEY TINKER 18 Whittemore Street Nickname: Tink . . . Claim To Fame: Brown leather boots . . . Ambition: To be a nurse . . . Sports: Hockey; Basket- ball . . . Never Forget: AHS . . . Interests: Reading; Paint- ing . . . Hobbies: Sewing; Drawing . . . Pet Peeve: Radio stations mixing. 136 really have more fun? JOHN L. TOLLESON 6 Twin Circle Drive School Activities: Yearbook, Editor; Bowling . . . Never Forget: The “67” Indian staff ... I Will To AHS: Zillions of corrected schedules; pic- tures; proofread grids . . . Known For: Laughing and being late with the car. LINDA S. TORENTO 1 10 Robbins Road Activities: Allied Youth; Girls’ Club; Gilbert Sullivan . . . Pet Peeve: Parents who lecture . . . 1 Will To AHS: My long black hair . . . Chief Failing: Blonds . . . Sports: Skiing; Swimming . . . Ambition: To teach. PATRICIA A. TOBIN 1089 Massachusetts Avenue Chief Failing: Typing . . . Sports: Softball; Eootball . . . Known For: Irritating my homeroom teachers ... Ac- tivities: Glee Club; Yearbook Staff; Allied Youth . . . Fond- est Memory: Bookkeeping II with Mr. Oliveria. JOHN J. TOEURI 12 Hadley Court Hobby: Music . . . Interest: Guitar . . . Favorite Subject English . . . Pet Peeve: Class notes . . . I Will To AHS: My report cards . . . Fondest Memory: My Business Organ- ization Class . . . Suppressed Desire: To steal the Menotomy Indian. GEORGE TOOMEY 22 Gray Street Nickname: Tooth . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To leave AHS . . . Hobbies: Eishing; Hunting . . . Pet Peeve: Talking to anyone when I get up in the morning . . . I Will To AHS: My old gym suit. MARY S. TOULOPOULOS 75 Morningside Drive Ambition: To teach . . . Fa- vorite Subject: English . . . Pet Peeve: Cafeteria lunches ... I Predict That: Someday someone will blow up the cafe- teria ... Work Outside School: A Sunday school teacher . . . Chief Failing: Yawning in class. ELIN S. TREMBLAY 23 Churchill Avenue Activities: Orchestra ... Sports: Polo; Horse racing . . . Ambition: To paint . . . Favorite Subject: Orchestra . . . Fondest Memory: My special help in algebra . . . Known For: My art award ... I Will To AHS: One trombone. NOEL W. TROIKE 18 Robin Hood Road Activities: Cross Country Team; Boys’ Glee Club . . . Ambition: To be a history teacher . . . Sports: Football; Hockey . . . Known For: My loud mouth ... I Will To AHS: The four best years of my life . . . Favorite Subject: History. DYAN TROISI 1 1 Thesda Street Ambition: To become an exe- cutive secretary . . . Claim To Fame: My brown outfits . . . Fondest Memory: Harvard Square . . . Hobby: Surfing . . . Chief Failing: School . . . Will To AHS: My old pock- etbook . . . Pet Peeve: Teach- ers. NANCY E. TRUELSON 61 Huntington Road Activities: Harmonettes; Girls’ Choir; Gilbert Sullivan, Pres. . . . Chief Failing: Chemistry . . . Pet Peeve: Tall people . . . Known For: My great height . . . Never Forget: G S rehearsals . . . Claim To Fame: My piano accompani- ment. 137 EDGAR TSCHISCHEWSKI 6 Skyline Drive Interest: Aviation . . . Ambi- tion: To become a pilot . . . Pet Peeve: Conceited people . . . Activities: Gymnastic Team . . . Never Forget: Monday mornings . . . Known For: My Oldsmobile . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Physics . . . Hobby: Astronomy. PAULA E. TUMINELLI 295 Park Avenue Favorite Personality: The Beach Boys . . . Fondest Memory: June 9, 1966 . . . Pet Peeve: Homerooms ... I Predict That: The lunches can not get any better . . . Ambi- tion: To be a hairdresser . . . Favorite Subject: Business ma- chines. FRANCIS ALLEN VAUGHAN 1068 Massachusetts Avenue Activities: Chronicle; Civic Air Patrol; Audio Visual . . . Am- bition: To join the U.S. Air Force . . . Pet Peeve: Con- ceited people . . . Never For- get: Typing class with Mrs. Kennedy . . . Favorite Person- ality: Peter Noone. June JANET A. TUCKER 24 Lakeview Drive Activities: Glee Club; Sam- ettes; Allied Youth . . . Fond- est Memory: 1965 Weymouth Game . . . Interest: Dancing ... Sports: Ice Skating; Tackle Football . . . Hobbies: Art; Boys . . . Favorite Per- sonality: Robin, the boy won- der! JOHN E. VALLARELLI 155 Wright Street Nickname: Val . . . Hobby: Cars . . . Ambition: To own a new car ... Will To AHS: The old lunch that fell behind my locker . . . Sports: Foot- ball; Water skiing . . . Known For: Being late . . . Activities: Baseball. MARIA L. VEGLIANTE 47 Tufts Street Known For: My sympathetic ear ... Will To AHS: All my books and compositions . . . Favorite Saying: “You got the nerve.” . . . Interest: Only one — Tom . . . Fondest Mem- ory: The Junior prom. twenty-first, I A ROBERT M. VELARDI 2 Rhinecliff Street Never Forget: Hockey games and the tourney . . . Fondest Memory: Mr. Cosloy ' s chemis- try class . . . Ambition: To go to college ... I Will To AHS: All my Latin books . . . Chief Failing: School . . . Hobby: Making model cars. LYNDA S. VERITY 2 University Road Interest: Traveling ... I Will To AHS: My tree branches . . . Pet Peeve: Snobby People . . . Chief Failing: Final exams . . . Sport: Bowling . . . Fondest Memory: The Junior prom ... I Predict That: Donald Duck’s voice will clear. ANN M. VIEIRA 43 Hathaway Circle Favorite Subject: Bookkeeping . . . Fondest Memory: Gradu- ation ... I Will To AHS: My bookkeeping book . . . Activi- ties: FHA . . . Never Forget: My Junior English class . . . Pet Peeves: School lunches and gym classes. DONALD A. VOSSMER 25 Sunset Road Known For: Being quiet . . . Chief Failing: French . . . Ac- tivities: Allied Youth ... I Will To AHS: My gym suit ... I Predict That: Arlington High will never fall . . . Fondest Memory: The Junior Prom . . . Sports: Football; Baseball. 138 three hours in homeroom. RICHARD A. WARRINGTON 35 Peirce Street Activities: Outdoor Track; Teen Club; Allied Youth; Football, JV; Tom Dooley League; Constitution Commit- tee; Ski Club; Chronicle; Ar- lington Youth Council . . . Never Forget: Route 89 exit from route 93 ... Will To AHS: My crewcut. STEVEN R. VOZELLA 56 Hodge Road Nickname: Voze . . . Hobby: Stamp collecting . . . Sup- pressed Desire: To get an “A” in Chemistry ... I Will To AHS: Miss Hurley’s books . . . Chief Failing: School . . . Never Forget: Math 7 8 . . . Fondest Memory: Mr. Papandrea’s class. FRED C. WALSH 9 Cheviot Road Activities: Football, V.; Track; Senior Class Vice-President . . . Never Forget: Nights; Beach; A Senior Cheerleader . . . Hobbies: Baseball; Draw- ing; Playing the Guitar; Wres- tling ... I Will To AHS: My heart and soul. MICHAEL E. WALSH 27 Venner Road Nickname: W a 1 s h i e . . . Known For: Running to lunch . . . Suppressed Desire: To be out of detention for a while . . . Favorite Subject: Math ... I Predict That: It will rain during graduation . . . Never Forget: The lunchroom. RICHARD C. WALLACE 277 Renfrew Street Nickname: Dick . . . Claim To Fame: Discovering a cure for drop outs . . . Hobbies: Lifting Weights; Boats . . . Never Forget: AHS Hockey games ... I Will To AHS: My gym suit that walks by it- self . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Spring Football. JOHN W. WALSH 9 Cheviot Road Nickname: “Walshie” . . . Fa- vorite Saying: “A wet bird never flies at night.” ... Ac- tivities: Cross Country, Capt.; Youth Council, Pres.; Junior and Senior Class President; Student Council Ski Club; In- door and Outdoor Track. KENNETH C. WARD 74 Ronald Street Favorite Subject: Math . . . Claim To Fame: My superman strength . . . Sport: Gymnas- tics . . . Known For: My ter- rible memory . . . Ambition: To become educated ... I Will To AHS: My sarcastic humor . . . Pet Peeve: Home- work. WILLIAM M. WATTERSON 61 Woodside Lane Activities: Intramural bowling; Radio Club . . . Favorite Sub- ject: English . . . Fondest Mem- ory: Room 71 . . . Sports: Fish- ing; Bowling . . . Never Forget: Delicious food in the cafeteria ... I Will To AHS: All my school books. ROSEMARY WEBER 1 1 Hiawatha Street Activities: Civil Rights Club; Debating Club ... I Will To AHS: The four floors between gym and chemistry . . . Ambi- tion: To teach history . . . Fondest Memory: The Junior Prom . . . Hobbies: Sewing; Reading. ROSE M. WEISMANN 12 Lome Road Activities: Yearbook Staff; Ski Club; Youth Council; Chron- icle; Field Hockey, Co-capt.; Softball; Girls’ Club . . . Fa- vorite Subject: French . . . Suppressed Desire: To travel around the world . . . Pet Peeve: Prejudiced people. 139 EDWARD J. WELCH 62 Dickson Avenue Favorite Subject: Business . . . Predict That: Eventually I will be sorry for everything I wrote on my biography card . . . Fondest Memory: The day that I received my license . . . Suppressed Desire: To be- come a minister. ROSEANNE WESTMAN 16 River Street Nickname: Rosie . . . Never Forget: Lunchroom . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Gym . . . Fa- vorite Saying: “Why?” . . . Fondest Memory: The prom of ’66 . . . Favorite Personality: Bradford ... I Will To AHS: My report card . . . Interest: People. JANE V. WHITNEY 10 Epping Street Nicknames: Mona; Whitles . . . Pet Peeve: Filling out these cards for the yearbook . . . Activities: Girls’ Club; Basketball; Allied Youth; Field Hockey, Co-Captain; Softball . . . Ambition: To study com- mercial art. STEPHAN L. WHITTIER 30 Margaret Street Favorite Subject: History . . . Pet Peeve: People who aren’t prompt . . . Never Forget: Being two hours late on the first day of school . . . Inter- est: Woodworking . . . Hobby: Coin collecting . . . Ambition: To become a carpenter. What this class needs . . MARYCLAIRE WELLINGER 28 Dickson Avenue Interests: Writing; Poetry . . . Will To AHS: My report cards to decorate the boiler room ... I Predict That: I will become one of the most important persons in the world . . . Favorite Subject: History. EMILY E. WICKER 14 Peter Tufts Road Nickname: Gypsy . . . Activi- ties: Girls’ Club; Girls’ Gym- nastics; Allied Youth; Teen Club . . . Pet Pe eves: Rules; Regulations . . . Sport: Swim- ming . . . Ambition: To be- come a home economics teacher . . . Interest: Cycle driving. VINCENT G. WHITE 114b Sunnyside Avenue Activities: Basketball, Man- ager; Baseball, Manager . . . Suppressed Desire: To cut Hyde’s hair ... 1 Predict That: School weeks will be shortened . . . Chief Failing: Bookkeeping . . . Favorite Subject: Mechanical Drawing. STEPHEN E. WHITTAKER 23 Bailey Road Nickname: “Chicky” . . . Pet Peeve: Making speeches . . . Sport: Pool . . . Fondest Memory: The bomb scare of 1963 ... Work Outside School: Playing in a musical combo . . . Hobby: Motorcy- cles . . . Favorite Saying: “Aut vincere aut mori.” KENNETH R. WILLIAMS 14 Stowecroft Road Sport: Tennis . . . Never For- get: The day I dropped a tray in the lunchroom . . . Hobby: Photography . . . Activities: Yearbook; Bowling; Volleyball; Basketball; Allied Youth; Football . . . Ambition: To be a medical researchist. BARBARA WILSON 23 Jeffrey Road Nickname: Barb . . . Claim To Fame: My long blonde hair . . . Interests: Boys; Indoor sports . . . Ambition: To be a medical technician . . . Favor- ite Saying: “Anything you say.” . . . Chief Failing: Saying no . . . Favorite Subject: P.O.D. 140 .. is to graduate! ELIZABETH P. WILSON 22 Marion Road Favorite Subject: U.S. History ... I Predict That: I will graduate and not miss AHS one bit . . . Pet Peeve: Boys with long hair . . . Chief Fail- ing: School . . . Hobby: Danc- ing . . . Favorite Saying: “Oh rats.” KEVIN WILSON 154 Pheasant Avenue Nickname: Willie . . . Inter- ests: Money; Girls; Engineer- ing ... Will To AHS: Seven blind Egyptian monks . . . Fa- vorite Saying: “Gonk” . . . Never Forget: Catching some- one rolling the bones in the sanitary . . . Chief Failing: Food. BEVERLY A. WORTH 49 Hamlet Street Nickname: Moose . . . Ambi- tion: To become a secretary . . . Hobbies: Horseback rid- ing; Swimming ... I Will To AHS: Teachers and rules . . . Favorite Subject: Literature . . . Activities: Ski Club; Teen Club; Girls’ Club. GEORGE F. WRIGHT 102 Forest Street Nickname: Curly . . . Hobby: T.V. commercials . . . Favor- ite Subject: Math . . . Known For: Being absent . . . Ambi- tion: To become wealthy . . . Pet Peeve: School lunches . . . I Will To AHS: My new tool box . . . Sport: Football. RICHARD J. YIRIKIAN 547 Concord Turnpike Activities: Football; Track; Wrestling; Youth Council; Ski Club . . . Interests: Swimming; Skiing ... I Will To AHS: My scalp . . . Never Forget: My name . . . Fondest Mem- ory: The trip to Miami . . . Chief Failing: English. JANICE E. WILSON 11 Pellam Terrace Nickname: Jamie . . . Ambi- tion: To be somebody . . . Hobby: Horseback riding . . . Favorite Personality: Bob Dylan . . . Activities: Allied Youth; Debating Club; Chron- icle; Girls’ Club . . . Favorite Saying: “Groovy, Wayout.” DIANNE J. WOOD 18 Newport Street Nickname: Woodie ... Ac- tivities: Allied Youth; Rainbow . . . Sports: Roller Skating; Bowling; Water Skiing . . . Favorite Personality: Gene Pitney . . . Ambition: To be a math teacher ... I Will To AHS: One tired brain. JOANNE C. WRIGHT 129 Newland Road Nickname: Teenee . . . Pet Peeve: Boys with short hair . . . Hobby: Dancing . . . Ambition: To become a beau- tician . . . Favorite Saying: “You’ll get over it.” . . . Sport: Swimming . . . Known For: Giggling . . . Never Forget: The Junior Prom. RUSSELL G. WYSE 30 Lombard Terrace Activities: Bowling . . . Favor- ite Subject: Math . . . Sports: Hockey; Baseball; Basketball . . . Fondest Memory: Gradu- ation . . . Will To AHS: My genius in languages . . . Favor- ite Subject: Math . . . Chief Failing: Latin. GARY J. YOUNG 60 Warren Street Fondest Memory: My vacation in Nassau . . . Favorite Per- sonality: Louis Jordan . . . Ambition: To go to art school . . . Claim To Fame: My fried clams ... I Will To AHS: My bath ring . . . Sport: Ski- ing . . . Pet Peeve: Home- work. 141 GARY J. ZAWADA 72 Hibbert Street Ambition: To be an architect ... I Will To AHS: My hula hoop and skateboard . . . Fa- vorite Subject: Mechanical Drawing . . . Favorite Person- ality: David McCallum . . . Activities: Gymnastics . . . Chief Failing: My motorcycle. DOLORES M. ZUFFANTI 7 1 Windsor Street Ambition: To be a hairdresser . . . Sport: Bowling . . . Never Forget: Senior Prom of “66” . . . Claim to Fame: My excellent driving ... I Will To AHS: Soap for sanitaries . . . Chief Failing: History . . . Known For: Eating “Cracker- Jacks.” Thank you: that is all. FRANCES M. ZOCCHI 29 Milton Street Pet Peeve: Boys with bleached hair . . . Sports: Tennis; Bowl- ing . . . Activities: EH A; Dra- matic Club . . . Ambition: To become a government secretary and travel overseas . . . Inter- ests: AHS sports; All types of musical instruments. SUSAN M. ZWICKER 172 Florence Avenue Hobby: Sewing . . . Chief Failing: Waking up for school . . . Sport: Skating . . . Never Forget: All of the “delicious” school lunches . . . Pet Peeve: School . . . Known For: My stupidity ... I Predict That: “We” will be happy. WILLIAM CARROLL 6 Hillside Avenue Chief Failing: Chemistry . . . Predict That: All the chemis- try teachers will dissolve . . . Known For: My oversized body ... Never Forget: Beach party at Crane’s ... I Will To AHS: My Dramatic Club scripts. GERARD GLACKEN 42 Venner Road CAMERA SHY JANET BURKHOLDER 42 Frost Street GEORGE GUINANE 253 Pleasant Street EDWARD JONES 289 Summer Street LARRY LACEY 932 West Street Wilmington RICHARD LAHAN 35 Williams Street MICHAEL LAWLESS 240 Ridge Street DAVID KELLER 21 1 Broadway DONNA McNUTT 174 Medford Street JOSEPH J. MEADOWS 26 Amsden Street LOUIS NARDELLA 52 Appleton Street ROBERT O’LEARY 75 Jason Street RICHARD RONAN 14 Wright Street MARY SHANAHAN 52 Lewis Avenue DIANNE WOODS 25 Ronald Road 142 Before you accept that first job . . . Itooh over your employer as €Ui efuUy as he does you What’s the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? Pleasant surroundings? Will I be working with others my own age? Are they friendly? Do they socialize after hours? Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, but won’t explode if I make a mistake? Will I make a decent week’s pay? Have a chance for raises, advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? Note: Many young men and women in this area can answer “Yes” to these questions. They work for New England Telephone Company . . . New England’s largest employer. Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where to apply. New England Telephone Part of the Nationwide Bell System An equal opportunity employer 143 To Mr. James T. Bleiler and Mr. George Corrigan and the J. E. Purdy Company, the 1966 Indian staff says, “Thank you for your help and the spirit in which it has been given.” This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of litho- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method. 144 L »x Property of


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