Stoneham High School - Wildlife Yearbook (Stoneham, MA)

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' .-ve , ,f-ff?-:ww-sg-,.-1 The Sensor Class QA? il Presents S TI-IE 1955 To rc h C71 We if ewong, Qceff, J? W mf evemfs jozeczlw Stonehanm High School 'lzonehanfi , hdassachusett Eighteenth Edition , i Q' -' V . , Y W 0' ' ' I 1 6 o ' ' O o . , L ' 5 . ' ' 1 . ,Q 9. ' S . ' . Q . i .. x 0 , fp . ' J. . 1 K J ' M ' ' 1 ' U 4 - 5 . I . .:'- . 2 ""' '- .-1. 1 . 1 I . . u , . 'Ap' . 9 'L . ' . O ' , 5 . 4 Q " o v' ' ' ' ' if , g I 0 g . - b 0- . A I 0 W ' . wr, as-' U U Y C. M ' S . X I ' . A . 'Q . . ' an ' v , n Q Q .3 S 3, U L . M - - -rA ,. ' 5 N - c , Q ' Q I ' ' 5 ' ' i ' . . as , ' -, .I I 'I . '. .. 4 ' ."' - ' ' ' I ssyp - .' . A , 9 '-.' ' H A: - ' 2, , 1 t' :. . '. 'I ,Ur . 5 ' , -gf .v ' -srl' ' . 5' its Q. 1 '.gl.,' Q ' ',,L,- , - ':- , A' ' ' QLD 0 . , . t Sale it-1 . ' , -.'--- ' , . ..-rf, .0 nf.-?ig.Q'-l:iE'g'2QQ A -. C. J . ' ' 'Q ,r i-my ' , . .- .. 2 'X - T' ' -1'-' TA- -- . - ' . , L' 'i'g425L"34.72 X-Zia' - lt." 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'-'- " 1 .f -- lit-1?f'Et A 1 x1:1 fg .qf fy: ' ' wgvg ' 'A-5 '1 L 'Il ,A -Q 'V'-1 Ima, qt , I Q3 1 ..f,5:,-AN . 4 5 - , . , W : 7 . ?t V - I Krgqvux .ly 'Z-A 'i, tin ' 'JLLQ . Q . 1' vs 7 5 ' ' ,I x ,K ln' 'Q- L . ' J Q . ' K 1 QQ h k'VQ xv" . -' f :grid - gi g 7 . E K im., 2' X s . .v,.'m,l hvvwtl 'ii ' 's di ation Our high school has been a place where students have Colne for over fifty years from every part of the town in quest ol' knowledge and where many teachers have contributed to the intellectual growth and enrichment of these students. Une genera- tion after another has grailuateml from the school and has given its talents and ma- ture efforts to the husiness. industry. pro- fessions, and government of Stoneham. ln an intangible way. the school has created a community closely houml together hy the intlestructihle honils ol' common learning, frienclship. anal memories. Knowing that future classes will attend the new school, the Class of V155 fondly cledicates this classhook to the spirit of the old Stoneham High School. I Fo revvo rd I ThlS book IS one to be cherlshed by the undergraduates by the alumnl and by the Class of 1955 the last class to graduate from our old school Each page should es oke memorles halls echo mg wlth laughter classrooms alne Wltll dlscusslon and learnlng dances filled wlth galety senlor play rehearsals Carnnal Ball excltement football basketball and hockey games meetmg after school and assemblles ln the hall These ex ents and mem orles of the old Stoneham Hlgh School are here recorded ln words and plctures for all classes forever 15,8 Faculty page Sensors page 16 Sports page 40 Actlvltles page 52 I Contents I W if AAANAFANAKAKAANEXNKAAANA ro ogue www sf Uvvv 0 'l he contribution made by btoneham High School over almost one hundred years cannot be adequ ntely me :sured Hundreds of graduates have made, and are now making, contributions in thc tow n, state, and nountry Although the first high school was erectccl in 1865 on ientral Street near the location of the present town hall the W 1111 nn Street building was built ln 1901 on the site of thc old cemctc ry This place w as chosen at a warmly debated town meeting by a yote of 175 to 6 bec iuse of its central location l orlng and Plllpp Boston architects estimatcd the cost at S42 000 V ith a capacity for 301 students, slate lhe northwest rooln was that of Superintendent 1 Ir, btey ens and the school committee Thc southwest room w is the bookkeeping room the present blology room, 1 lecture rooin room 15 the pllNilf' laboratory room 14 the chemistry laboratory and room 18, the art room In the room behind the stage in the assembly hall were kept the nnneral and bird collections In the rear of the building were the parade grounds for the cadets qome people regretted that there was no gun room in the school for the cadets' In 1924 and in 1978, additions were made to the building to house the increasing school population of the junior senior high school Lhanges were made 1n the curriculum and extra curricular dCl1Yltl6S to meet the needs of the students in college, business, and citizenship courses bhop, Lonsumer Education, Meehan 1cal Drawing, Home Economics, Business Machines, Retail Sales, Problems of Democracy, Driver Training, Dramatics, Speech, llassbook National Honor Society, Orchestra, Band, and fflce llub The senior high school faculty ln creased from sw ln 1901 to twenty two in 1935 Principals of the school after Mr iharles E Emerson were 1Vlr Howard W1 Watson and Mr Wllllam M Nadeau, the present principal The new high school at l entral and W llllalll Streets will be completed tlus year May the graduates of Stoneham High School alwavs liye up to their heritage and serye VN0l'llll1W the community and country V V X, xf V X! V V Xf V V V V X! V Q - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , 5 4 G 3 ? 4 G 5 P 4 G 5 ? 4 el ' " XV V s-2' v v v Q1 v Eg V J IX IX IX JK IX IX IX fx IX A fX IX fx IX IX V , Y. .i J . . V . . ' L: 7, -if f 1 's, this building was considered one of the most substantial school buildings in the ' . 2 Q ' S ' 'as ' ' : . ' ' 1 : T, , s 4 ' "2 ', 1 I' 1 'V . i. . I I . A S 2' 7 . ' . , ,. . . . . I . 7 . . FAC LI LTY 1 i Under the guldance of Prmclpal Wllllam M Nadeau Stoneham Hlgh School has developed lngh standards of educatlon He has added many new courses to the currlculum and mtroduced lnterestlng extra currlcular 3Ct1VltlCS Much of hrs valuable tlme IS spent ln conferences with stu dents llelplllg them to choose courses to arrange speclal programs, to make WISC selection of colleges and careers, and to plan class events Hls patlence guxdance, and advice have shaped our IIVCS and made us proud to be part of Stoneham Hlgh School a X ' 'f X , 1 I l 1 X ' xx: P V l g d X9 p il' l - ' K N l S ' sl.: , v n 4 ae 1 VYL't p igs? k F K V, 3 I XA 1 4 1 R 6 T O C A f O Adr11inis'l:r'a'l:ion 353791 ' 'N,kQ 9,1 if htxp 6 OVVE ODUZI 00 .JCADOZA Jllglflfl, x I, 75 ' lrmclpal William Nadeau, Superintendent C. Newton Heath, and Vue Irlmpal Wnndell Horton f-xnnine the blue- prints of the new hugh -mhool lnulldmg 'X' ff r , ,xx QS- if fm hem N x X xx,- L ment tX1lLlllNt uralaru Wlr 'lntomxth larganu and Nlrb Laura N11 on u e the pulmlu addr: w tem 0-il lx! bis, Mr Horton talks mriously to Roger Kirkland whose drawings will dvvoralc- the new building. 'F T W . 1 4 L U ? 0.8. acuI'l:y Q fi LIBRARY Many thanks to Miss Miriam Marsh, the high school librarian, for her intelligent guidance in the world of books and knowledge. IX. .4 X ART Mrs. Eleanor Baker, our inspiring art super- visor, is always ready to help with posters, stage makeup, senior tea decoration, banquet favors: and she creates the beautiful stage setting for the Carnival Ball. RTT 7 6 .V ' w Qu feacAe MUSIC That everyone loves to sing is proved hy the hundreds of students who attend glee club after school. The girls' glee club is directed by Mrs. Gilda Wipperrilan, music supervisorg and the boys' glee club, by Mr. Alfred Todaro, band director. Q, 1' Y ,-.1-Qusiri uw Mala' LANGUAGES Through the patient instruction of Miss Lydia Risi and Mrs. Gertrude Cariello, we have learned French and Latin. Miss Risi, having studied alrroad for a year, is alrle to tell us ahout lfrance and other foreign countries. Ver- satile Mrs. tiariello is also the senior high guidance director and history teacher. hr XYYQ ENGLISH The study of one of the subjects closest to us, our own language, is directed by Miss Ruth Finn, head of thu department and classbook adviser: Mrs. Sadie Marshall, sophomore ad- viser: Mrs. Wm-ra Lurlvy, our talented senior play directorg and Mr. Timothy lliggins, faculty manager of utlilt-ties. -ani 11- SOCIAL STUDIES Preparing us to he good American citizens by teaching us about the history and government of the United States and other countries are the members of the Social Studies Department. Working with Mr. Earle Thibodeau, who is head of the department, are Mr. Roger Lamson, Driver Training instructorg Mr. Anthony De- Teso, Mr. Frank Driscoll, and Mr. John Fawcett, football coaches. ,G O O ? Q 6 BUSINESS Under the imtruetion of Miss Anna Mary Reg- ish, Mr. Clark Riehardson, and Mrs. Margaret Garvin, head of the department, Stoneham High graduates many fine secretaries annually. 4? 'lf - ff X9 te SCIENCE The faseinating world of science is revealed to students under the direction of Mr. William Miller and Mr. Robert Millett. VG" V ' ne I-""Y'l Z3' 5-Q - ' QQ. MATHEMATICS No one 1-an hay that our math Courses are all work and no play. Mr. Chester Jordan and Mr. Elba Carrier combine humor with all their eourses. In addition to teaching, Mr. Jordan aasists the hockey eoaeh, and Mr. Carrier writes ftories and advi:-es the Future Teachers of America Cluli. 2 ,ff Q 4. SHOP .lust because the girls have home management, don't think that the boys are neglected! Boys have shop under the guidance of Mr. Walter Herrick, who also teaches mechanical drawing. Q' . nk p 5 . al" " 'S "9 ,rf 'I x ff. if F . 5 C ex euence HOME ECONOMICS In the newly decorated economics suite, the girls study cooking, sewing, and home manage- ment. Our young, able instructors are Misses Ellen McLaughlin and Gracey Magrath. ...d f J WX' PHYSICAL EDUCATION When the bell rings to tell us it is time for gym, everyone rushes! These popular classes are under the direction of Mrs. Vera Lawson and Miss Madeleine Topham, who coach field hockey and basketballg and Mr. Karl Elerin, who coaches boys' baslfctbal' 'Q' ,J 5-at 44-ndwwwr 'do 1 K in dv- bi 3 !Y"Q1: 16 IX ' me 'mf SE IORS Witllout the enthusiasm, the perseverance, the comradeship, and the spirit of its students, what is a school? It must be more than a building wherein tl1e knowledge of generations is imparted and acquired, it becomes a warm, friendly home in which fair play, respect for fellowman, a spirit of loyalty and teamwork, and a love of democracy are shown by its students. Meet the representatives of this spirit - the seniors. the Class of 1955. 0 Ifez O gli J ... -Ili. ' ' 2 ' -, ,- E101 , 216-'fi ' ' Nunn'-'J .:"N I , A . 4 lr. I ' r its K R Q 1 . ob at QQ?-'fSX,f MXN ,gs X ,. I! 1 ll A am A 4' CM owwbmz John Neiss shows Selina Mundo an amoeba while Phil Corbett, as usual, Mars -Knn l allcla draw a vhart while Alfred WI:-u e and Richard Brandt u peru Q It's a good thing these- future secre- taries, Rita Paqut-tte and Ann Lan- zm-tta, have good IIN'lll0l'lC'S when Carol Klamans divtates the shorthand lesson. l Paul Russell Johnson and Lawrence Weiss work on a physirs experiment while Marcia Hedman gives the direc- tions. C W wi I O an Ill "- due yd ' '-1177 - 9 :T?'?.:.'f" , ,,,... - 1.9 ii: Q ff! f f i ' x Z! I'-A7 l5'i'f',!!5 N, 32? Ruth hella Marua Adams Marla Lanza Lawrence V5 elss and Miss RISI seem to he enjoying Les Miserables lun-4-nan-4.411-:qv XR 4 H304 .SNXN LU. 14 K 8 W-Ti' , 'Q D John Harrigan and Peter Roulllard obnerve Betsey Batvhelder as she ex plains, a few scientific facts Bob Maldrand history expert dna cusseb history with Ann Swadel and Marla Lanza x T P e e e I -9' V. V . f .A "r K' Qs, 5 . K, X' . lzvqixy Q Q ' ', X'f', flgal J Q "4 Z m yang!! , -., . 1 x :I ij " : ' ' ' ,I 7' - I ,-E v-A 'a "rw f QQ' 1 . , ,ex Ha. 1' A W? '41 f-1-.' -- Wlary lou Hall and Karol Morrison ran against time to zarn a typing award With so much shop experience these experts, John Ramsey, Donald Ged- ney, and Charles Murphy, should make fine men around the house. x W I jflfqx W ' "' - . -. ' 21 'J ,I-,ffl . vb.: ISI Qc . li I' 'Z +11 .., I 4 1 s lui . x s lf' - "It's so simple when we can use a slide rule," agree trigonometry stu- dents, Lee Ingalls and David Corum. Marla Lanza I encor V onom MacDONALD MEDALS Marcia Adams Marla Lanza Michael Salera Class Hzstory Ruth Eells Judith Gllson Graduation Address Ann Swadel Prf lzmznary Honor Group 1B aw erage or higher for four yearsj Marcia Adams Buth Eells Barbara Fink ,llltlltll Filson Marcia Hedman Ann Svs adel Herbert Grose Helen .landris R113 Paquette B irbara Port Brenda PIIVC Wfilliam Berry Arthur Jillette .loan San Angelo Michael Salera flass lV1ll W 1ll1am Hlndes .lov ce Kendall flass Prophecy Barbara Port 'lhe following. awards and prizes will be announced at gradu ation exercises History Medal Mathematics and Science llledal Carrie S Ireland Citizenship Aw ard American Legion Medal Grange Art Prize Stoneham High School Music Prize Parent Teacher Scholarship Teachers Club Scholarship Blue and White Scholarship Boosters Club Scholarship Wonian s Club Scholarship Annie Bailey Trowbridge Scholarship Graduation Committee John Bracciotti Barbara Fink Herbert Grose Marcia Hedman Helen .landris Sally Kyle Ann Lanzetta Calvin MacDonald Brenda Prive ,loan San Angelo ,Ol , lf fl I 5 S ' " ' ' 'r JJ For scholarship, character, and good influence in the school 1 , . . . ,. . . - ,. . . Y , , 1 , . 7 5 ass Officers Amlable Mike Salera could plan anything from a class dance to poamg hub photogenu' group of senlor officers and advisers Preszdent Michael Salera Vzce President Brenda Prlve Secretary Jeannette Nalmo Treasurer Phylhs Squlres Soclal Committee Chazrmen Loretta NalmO, Robert Vetromlle Advzsers Mr Earle Tlnbodeau, Mrs Vera Lurley MARCIA ADAMS Someday a French prof Marcta wall W e hope she may study ln gay Paree Marcy dependable loyal Student Councxl 1 2 Usher Carm val Ball 3 Trafhc Squad 2, 3 A A 1 2, 3 Chairman Socxal Commlttee 1 2 Clee Club 1 2 3 Honor Roll I 2 3 Semor Play Commlttee Glrls State Representatlve 2 Year book Staff National Honor Society THEODORE ANDERSON Thus boy never wears a frown Never lets trouble get htm down Ted Nebraska lifeguard Hockey 1 2 3 Baseball 2 3 Foot ball 3 Traflic Squad 1 Homeroom Officerl 2 Glee Club 1 2 Senior Play Committee 3 ALAN DONALD AINSWORTH Smce the Navy ts our Dons ambl twn Next year he ll have a mantzme mtssron Don dry wlt color guard Clee Club 2 AA 2 3 Band 2 PATRICIA AYER Pattys pettte pretty and alwe Shes the one wtth plenty of drwe Patty Jokster spxrxted Fxeld Hockey 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 Usher, Carmval Ball 3 Home room Officer 2 Clee Club 1 2 3 LORET BALDWIN Pretty and peppy cheermg loud Everyttme she leads the cro Cheerlng practice' Paul personality plus Field Hockey 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 Cheerleader l 2 Laptaln 3 AA 1 2, 3 Usher Carnlval Ball 2 Usher Craduatlon 2 Senlor Play Committee Yearbook StaH' Homeroom Oflicer 3 Glee Club 1 9 EDWARD BARKER Happy go lucky wtthout a care Hes at ease no matter where Eddie What you got to ea Football Manager 1 2 AA 1 2 3 Clee Club 1 2 3 MARIE BERRY Sweet and pretty ts Marte And most pleasant company Vxohn Oh what a walk Bleachle Basketball 1, 2, 3 F xeld Hockey 2 Homeroom Officer 1 Class News- paper 1 Glee Club 1 2 Orchestra 1, 2 3 Usher Carnival Ball 2 Carmval Ball Attendant 3 '-sf 'fb- PAUL BALOUGH Besldes playmg well the saxaphone Paul has a band of his very own Hot rodder I don t drive fast' Co kids go Basketballl 2 3 Baseball 3 Glee Club l 2 Traffic Squad 1 2 3 A.A 1 2 3 Senior Play Commit tee Orchestra 1, 2 3 BETSY BATCHELDER She ts qutet but much admlred Always neat and well atttred Shorty slncere Bllly AA 1 2 3 GleeClubl 2 3 WILLIAM BERRY He gets the basketball through the hoop And rs the arttst of our group B1 oxl palntlng onglnal Basketball 1 2 3 Traflic Squad I Class Oflicer 2 Class Newspaper 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Yearbook Staff Ewxsmmn ROBERT BLUE Hes someone ambtttous and mter estmg too We like very much this Bob named Blue Ben YMCA wrestler radto ham Glee Club 1 AA 1 2 ROBERT BOYLE Loyal and true to every frzend ' Aa Hrs zest for ll P l9 ulthout end L 4 RICHARD BRANDT Wtth a sense of humor that cant be beat Hes the Lery one you luke to meet Chubby understatement easygolng Glee Club 2 Football 3 Hockey 3 Baseball 3 ANITA BURKE Busy at stocktakxng sales Nancy gathers bales of tales Nancy sunshme Johnny Ray Glee Club 1 2 3 Class Newspaper 2 Homeroom Officer 3 Usher Semor Play CARSON CLARK He plays the tuba m the band Hts talents are tn great demand Who stole the brasses? Romeo A.A 1, 2, 3' Band 1, 2, 3 Senior Play Bobby freckles grm 1 lee Club 1 A A l 2 3 Baseball 2 Footballl 2 3 fig!! xgklfl l 0, Q as MM JOHN BOHLING Always ready for a Joke Whether m school or havmg a coke Talkatxve Dave Egan smlles Baseball 1 2 AA 2 Clee Club l 2 Basketball Managerl 2 3 JOHN BRACCIOTTI Duty and Justice all the uay through A Irtend to all and to everyone true Jacku. soda Jerk good cttlzen Hockey 2 3 Traffic Squad 1 2 3 Homeroom Ollicerl 2 AA 1 2 3 Usher Graduation 2 Honor Roll 2 3 Student Council 3 JEANNE BREWER When we re troubled, when were b ue Shes the one we tell troubles to Rexall s sweetheart dlne and dance Roy Basketball 1 Traffic Squad l 2 Homeroom Officer 1 2 Class Newspaper 1 2 Usher Carnival Ball AA 1 2 3 Clee Club 1 2 3 Usher Semor Play Camxval Pageant 2 Attendant, Carnlval Ball 3 RICHARD CAIRNS This boy who never falls to try, ls the bowling king of Stoneham Hugh Dlck dependable rl 1 2,3 JOSEPH CONLEY Over htm the teachers .ugh For he has mlschzef ln has eye Joey clown lwewxre Football 1 2 Homeroom Ollicer 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2 3 25 PHILIP CORBETT Although this ktd may go far Youll never see htm without a cigar Phil ollice bench jokes ee Club 1 2 AA 1 Hockey I 2 Captain 3 Baseball ALICE COUGHLIN Although shes quiet we like her we What she ll do next we can never te Algebra done? violinist giggles llonor Roll I Carnival Ball Com mittee 2 Basketballl 2 3 Field Hockcyl 2 3 AA I 2 3 Home room Officer 2 3 Clee Club I 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Senior Play Committee Yearbook Staff Usher Carmval Ball LORETTA LRUPI Tiny and trim uzth eyes of broun Always a smile and neter a rown China doll gcntlc kind Basketball 1 2 held Hockey 1 2 AA l 2 3 500131 Committee 2 Clee Club 1 2 3 Senior Play Committee Usher Graduation Usher Carnival Ball YZ DAVID CORUWI Hes a quiet and iery nice boy In every classroom Daves a Joy Dave silent type trlgonometry Trallic squadl 2 3 AA12 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Carmval Pag eant 3 TIMOTHY LROWIW 411 electronic genius is Timothy Someday a good man in the eld he ulll be Tim radio ham brilliant and bashful AN 13 Clce Club 3 vi ...X T WU A CM 51 RUBLRT DAVIDSON Bob is the boy ln our business class Il ho IS a prmce to every lass Sailor Football anyone drawl lootballl Z 3 Hockey l 2 3 Baseballl 7 3 Traffic Squad llomeroom Oflicerl 2 Class News paper 2 blee Club 1 2 3 Senior BRULL DUNLAP He s a great sportsman and athlete And ulthout htm our schools not complete Brucle likeable broad grin Baseball 1 2' Basketball 2' A.A. l 2 3' Cleo Club 1' Usher Crad- uation MARIANNE ERICKSON Our blond majorette uith the strut of a pro Will always have fans wherever she goes. Flash . . . Blondie . . . traveler Basketball 1' Clee Club 1 2 3' A.A. 1 2 3' Majorette 3' Year- book Stalf' Senior Play' Usher Carnival Ball rff RUTH ELLS In a music world she lnes Of ttme and talent she freely glLe5 Ruthie poised sparkling humor ee Club 1 ' .. . ' 0-et12 3' Honor Roll 1 2 3' National Honor Society 2 3' Sen- ior Play' All-State Mugic Festival THERESA FALLAVOLLITA Watch her strut watch her twirl' Watch the skirt about her swirl. Dimples . . . trim clothes . . . coquette Basketball 1 2 3' Traffic Squad 1' . l 2 ' Gle Cub 1 - Majorette 1 2 Captain 3' Year- book Staff' Senior Play Commit- tee' Usher Senior Play' Usher Carnival Ball Play Ticket Chairman' YZ7 BARBARA FINK We all know how talented she ts A muszctan sports star and btol ogy whzz Flnkle accordxanlst exemplary Basketball 1 2 3 Class News paper 2 AA 1 2 3 Homeroom Oflicerl 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Octet2 3 National Honor Soclety 2 Vlce President 3 Honor Roll 1 2 3 Yearbook Stall' Semor Play Committee FRANK FIONDA Foe of none frrend to all When tn sports he s on the ball Gus bowling soclable Football 1 2 Captain 3 Hockey 1 2 3 Homeroo Oflicerl 2 Glee Cu 12 AA 1 23 Stuent ouncll 1 3 Graduatlon Sem r Pla Co H FL ETXVA X We d ln the Stoneham band He as aluays been tn demand Kenny efficient Mr Nelson Traffic Squadl AA 1 2 Glee Clu 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Semor Play Qi THOMAS FINNEGAN Retlrmg and qutet though hes been He set a cltmblng record In the gym Tommy quiet restful Glee Club 1 2 JOSEPH FIONDA .loe lakes the woods and fields and streams And IS a good sport on our teams Artist reliable humorous Football 3 Clee Club 1 Home- room Olhcer 2 3 WARREN FOX Hes always wlllmg to help In the a But we all know has gtft ol gab Herb s pal chemistry congenial Tramc Squad 1 Glee Club 1 MARY ANN GALLELLA When Mary Ann walks through the ha luueryone says Oh uhat a do Petlte frlendly neat Homeroom Ollicer 1, Glee Club 1, 2, AA 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, Semor Play Commlttee BLANCHE GIANNETTE Happy go lucky she'll always be, Known by her friends as just uclnny as Dark eyes fun loving direct Homeroom Ollicer 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, AA 2, 3, Yearbook Staff, Carnival Pageant 2, Semor Play Committee, Usher, Carmval Ball mittee DONALD GEDNEY A true musrctan zsthts boy Hts tenor votce glues us great Joy Romeo statlsuclan curly baxr Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3 , AA 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Ofli cer 3, All State MUSIC F6SllV3l 3 JUDITH GILSON In just four years I'm sure you'll see, A teacher of Home Econ she'll be G11 sweet talented planlst Herble Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, AA 1, 2, 3, Octet 2, 3, Caml val Ball Committee 2, Honor R011 1, 2, 3, Natlonal Honor Soclety 2, 3, Social Committee 3, Homeroom Oflicer 1, 3, Yearbook Staff, Sen lor Play Committee All Stare Mu src F esuval 3 Honor Roll 1 2 Semor Play Com A 123 E f if .- , , , , .. , , , D , I . 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H, 'Y l - ,f ,A ur, 0? -I-.2 ,4,u..,L LL 428 JERRY GIORDANI Hes the guy who likes T P A snazzy dresser too is he Genius m math Dig those crazy suede shoes eeClub12 3 AA 1 2 Senior Play Committee HERBERT GROSE An electrtctan Herbie wtll be When the wtres are down he ll hear from me 38 Ford inventor good natured Hockeyl 2 3 Managerl 2 Trai' fic Squad 1 Homeroom Officer l Glee Club 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 National Honor Society 2 3 DAVID GRIFFIN Always wtllmg to help anyone But never mlssmg a chance for un Dave shutterbug Lou Websters protege Football 1 2 3 Manager Traffic Squad 1 Homeroom Officer 1 1 2 3 Glee C ub 1 Semor Play Committee AINNE GROSS Qutet and pretty with potse and grace The memory of her we could not erase Annie Pressman s Sonny Traffic Squad 1 Homeroom Offi ce-r3 Glee Clubl 2 Clas News ll ur 2 MARY LOU HALL Always a smile and a ready Joke She s a real friend to many folk Blonde seamstress Jolly eeClubl 2 3 AA l Usher Senior Play 41u71,Z07144-L mf MARCIA HLDMAN A charming lady with flaxen hatr With ey es of blue and skin most azr Pudge genius of the physics class Mikie Basketball 1 2 3 Cheerleader 3 Traffic Squad l 2 3 Student Council 1 AA 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Usher Graduation 2 Honor Roll 1 2, 3 National Honor Society 2 3 Usher Senior Play Senior Play Committee Xearbook Staff ALLAN HIBBINS We tease htm for hls love of trams But what we would gwe for half his brams' Choo choo smile AA 1 2 3 Homeroom Officerl Glee Club 1 2 Senior Play W JOHN HARRIGAN Hes the speedster who ll go far In hrs hopped up hot rod car Jacky Academy adventurous AA 1 2 3 Glee Clubl 2 Senior Play Committee MARY ANN HEl'l-LRNAN She ll neter hate to :talk very far Because she rtdes tn Franks new ar Charitable silent courteous Basketball 3 AA 1 2 3 Cl Newspaper 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Usher Senior Play JOHN HICKEY Tall and lanky wtth mfecttous grtn Many frtends he ll always wm Jackie smooth dancer Get that basket' Baseball 2 3 Basketball l Homeroom Officer 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Usher, Graduation PAUL ROSS JOHNSON Oh to haue a brazn like hls WILLIAM HINDES Known and liked by everyone Bull IS always the source of fun Billy PIBIIISI cat s pajamas Student Counc1l2 AA 1 2 Treas urer 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 Usher Graduation 2 Senior Play HELEN JANDRIS A studzous girl of l2BS Her many A s will bring success Quiet sweet student 1 3 Gle C b 1 Honor Rolll 2 3 National Honor Society 2 3 Secretary 3 And be known as the chemistry whlz Lean and lanky friendly electronics Traffic Squad 1 2 Glee Club 1 Honor Roll 1 National Honor Society 2 3 CONRAD KARLSOIN Conrad can be full of fun Or serious uhen theres work be done Nordberg's Konme Mr Ferguson A A 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Play JOYCE KENDALL Quiet and peacelovlng all the whlle, But there's beauty m her smlle Reserved trim Independent Basketball 1, 2, 3, Majorette 2, Trafhce Squad 1, 2, 3, AA 1, 2, Secretary 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Usher, Carm val Ball 2, Attendant, Carnival Ball 3, Head Usher, Graduation 2, Cheerleader 3, Yearbook Staff, Usher, Semor Play LEE INGALLS When all the rest are In a tu Heres the guy whos the algebra whiz Reading Einstein deliberate AA 2 3 Senlor Play Committee ARTHUR JILLETTE Out of class and on the go Business or pleasure wed like to know? rt informed Lou Webster AA 1 2 Hockey Manager 1 2 Boys State Representative 2 Band 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 while J JRR W ,ss J PAUL RUSSELL JOHNSON Always a friend ln time of need Worthy In thought word and deed Plant potter band Wakefield beauty 1 Glee Cu Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 JOHN KEENAN Shy and bashful IS hls style But when he speaks he as worth Jackie friendly loyal ROBERT KIRKLAND Always seen, but seldom heard, He IS one who keeps has word Bobby qulet quiz kid Homeroom Officer 2, Clee Club 2, Honor Roll 2, A A 3 ,tx 29 - K ,- .,., 13" fe Y A i. if . 7? 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' A.A. , 2, 33 lb 1, 23 , 2 , 2: , , 4 , , Q L 9 . . , , to an an E, ' , . e ook nawe but she is not 'Y M pf M M S s just the one who never gets caught Klem clown helpful Basketball 1 3 Field Hockey 1 Traffic Squadl 2 3 AA 1 2 3 Glee Club l 2 3 Semor Play Yearbook Staff CATHERINE LAMBERT Gracious and pleasant IS our Kay Tops ln an o0'ice she ll be some ay Kay pizza spa blushes AA 1 2 3 Homeroom Officer 1 Clee Club 1 2 3 Semor Play Committee Usher Senlor Play Yearbook Staff ANNA LANZETTA Blame it on the bell or bus When shes late watch all the fuss Never say die' field hockey Sammy Basketball 1 2 3 Field Hockey 1 2 3 AA 1 2 3 Class Newspaper 1 Clee Clubl 2 3 Semor Play Committee Usher Semor Play Carnival Pageant 2 3 Yearbook SALLY KYLE In SHS here is the gal Who s llhed by all shes a real pal Skyle U of Maine eseryones helper Ba ketball l 2 3 Field Hockey l 2 3 Traffic Squad 1 2 3 AA 1 2 3 Class Newspaper 2 Clee Club 1 2 3 Semor Ilay Com mittee SOLla1COIllllllnCt3 3 Year book Staff MARIA LANZA Heres the actress of our class Shes a friendly humorous brazny ass Me wrlter Oh no' Traffic Squad 2 Student Council 2 Homeroom Officer 1 Clas News er 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Octet 2 3 Yearbook Staff Senior Play Honor Roll 1 2 3 National Honor Society 2 3 JOHN LAWRENCE In football and basketball he s our king In fact he can do most anything Johnny curly hair .loan Footballl 2 3 Captam 3 Base ball 2 3 Captam 3 Basketball 2 3 Student Council Treasurer 1 Vice President 2 AA 1 2 3 President 3 Class Officer 2 Home room Officer 1 2 3 Class News Staff CALVIN MAC DONALD In School he aluays seems to be Far away on the deep blue sea Mac Mr Vecchlto prize sallor Hckey 3 AA 12 3 Socll Committee 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Senior Play ROBERT MAIDRAND Here's to the Bradley in our play, Who'd like the role for everyday. Bob . . . reader . . . '4Sixty days, Henryln Homeroom Officer lg Glee Club lg Senior Play paper 1 Clee Club 1 2 Marshall graduation 2 King Carnlval Ball PAULINE MAHONL1 A blue eyed fair and sweet colleen Thats our bright and nutty Pauline Singer easygomg pleasant A.A. 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 Honor Roll 1 2' Usher Senior Play - DAVID MALINSKI He's a gemg he's a pearl 9 Life to him Ls just a whirl. Mul . . . trapping . . . hot rod Glee Club 1, 2 FRANK McCARTHY Hts brtght blue car and wmnmg smile Wall be remembered for quite a while Neat cars photogenlc Football 1 Homeroom Officer 1 Clee Club 1 Usher Graduation 2 MARTHA McKIE She s not too bold nor ts she shy Shes a pretty cheerleader named McK:e Mickey shag Blood and guts Basketball 2 3 AA 1 2 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 Usher Graduation 2 Field Hockey 3 Cheerleader 3 Yearbook Staff 3 Senior Play Committee 3 Usher Senior Play 3 Head Usher Carnival Ball 3 MARY ANN MEISNER A graceful lady wtth ease and polse She has her share of admlrmg boys Re Got your ticket yet? Caddy Basketball 1 2 3 Field Hockey 2 3 AA 1 2 Vlce President 3 Homeroom Oflicer 1 2 3 Class Newspaper l 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Usher Graduation 2 Senior Play Attendent Carnlval Ball 3 Year book Staff Camlval Page nt 1 2 ,ya D qs 'i'S5'55Qb395s! ALIS McCHARLES Chewmg gum but always neat A quiet girl wzth dancmg feet Reading soft spoken dance dance dance A.A I 2, 3 Glee Club 1 2 WILLIAM McLAUCHLIN Known for hrs humor and his grin Fnends for htm are easy to win Bl clown sociable Football 1 2 3 Baseball Manager 2 3 Basketball 2 A.A l 2 Homeroom Officer 2 ROBERT MERRITHEW Mzschlef ts hrs muldle name To htm school IS Just a game Mr Jordan Donna Mr Patterson A A 1 2 3 Class Newspaper l Glee Club 1 Senior Play 'T ROSEANN MESSINA She s the goalte of our team One aluays held ln high esteem Rosle prompter obllgmg Basketball 1 2 3 Field Hockey 1 2 3 Traffic Squadl AA 1 2 3 Homeroom Ofhcer 1 Class News er 1 2 Clee Club I 2 Honor Roll 1 Prompter bemor Play Yearbook Staff DAVID MORROW Satlmg satlmg over the sea In future years a sailor he ll be Dave retiring polite I CAROLE MORRISON A nend to all as most of you knou The ltfe of the party wherever she goes Dave beachcomber Dorothy Dlx Basketball 1 2 Field Hockey 1 2 3 AA 1 2 3 Homeroom Officer 2 Glee Club l 2 Semor Play Committee ALFRED MLUSE Al is one we know and love Wuh smiles as brtght as sktes above Honey . . . a . . . superior Football 2 3' Baseball 1' Basket- b- 2 3' A.A.l 2 3' Glee b l 2' Ilomeroom Officer 3' Senior Play Committee "CY SELINA MUNDO This girl sings just like a lark And to each party adds a spark. Artistic . . . John . . . friendly Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Usher, Senior Play CAROLYN MUSE Friendly cheerful quite a gal And to all of us a pal Quiet courteous helpful Glee Club 1 2 Senior Play Com mlttee AA 1 2, 3 CHARLES MURPHY They say that he is small and shy But we think he is quite a guy Charlie . . . quiet . . . dependable Hockey Manager 2, 33 Glee Club lg A.A. 3 K. ANN NAGLE Tall slender with ease and grace Shes always seen with a smile on her face Dave dancing daring Basketball 1 2 3 Field Hockeyl Majorette 2 3 Subhead 3 AA 1 2 3 Homeroom Officer 1 2 Class Newspaperl 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Usher Graduation 2 Senior Play Committee JEANETTE NAIMO Her drawings of chapeaux ar something to see But someday a teacher we know she will be an innocent Ipana smile Basketball l 2 3 Field Hockey 1 2 3 Student Council 1 Secretary 3 AA 1 2 3 Class Newspaper 1 Class Secretary 1 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Social Commlttee2 Senior Play Committee Usher Senior Play Yearbook Staff Attendant, Camlval Ball 3 DIANA NAVARRO Full of fun though sometimes shy Shes the newest ln Stoneham Transfer Italian haircut petite and pretty EDWARD NEWTON A good guy whos always neat Well known for has dancing feet Eddie Medford Trade shuffling shoes 155' f ffl LORE'1'I'A NAIMO Shes a graceful dancer and ath lettc star A vision of teaching she sees from a ar Tubby personality Bridgewater Basketball 1 2 3 Field Hockey 1 23 AA 1 23 Honerom Officer 1 2 3 Class Newspaper 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Stuet Council 3 Yearbook Staff Usher Graduation 2 Usher Senior Play CoCha1rman Social Committee 3 Attendant, Carnival Ball 3 JOHN NEISS Pleasant cheerful all the day He likes to work and likes to play future stage manager A A 1 2 3 Class Newspaper 2 flee Club 1 2 3 Yearbook Staff Semor Play Manager GEORGE O KEEFE He proudly holds Old Glory high As the Stoneham High band marches by Buddy hunting bowling l 2 3 Band 1 9 Y . 3 1 Y D ! , . . 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A.A. , , 5 1, 2 .islam - f i -r' fn 32 ' s. if F A ffl' ' 4, A M' 5 A- , - nz: - LAWRENCE OLSON W hen you want to go somewhere Larrys the one uholl get you there Larry obligmg noi v NaSh Baseball l Basketball 1 Traffic uadl 2 3 Glee Cub 1 Senior llay Committee DONAI D PATTON Busy busy all the day fluays ready for uork or play Don machines electrician flee Club 1 Senior Play Com mittee CH -KRLES PATTERSON Baseball is this redheads art In games he plays an important part Charlie 1 league Footballl 2 3 Baseballl 2 Cap tam 3 Ba ketballl 2 3 Home room Officer 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 RITA PAQUETTE lhe teachers now lull all agree lhat Rita nel er got a D I' flu It nt l 1 4 Transc ript today ' 3 Cleo, C 3 tional Honor Souety 2 3 Carni wal Pageant 2 Honor Roll 1 2 3 GEORGE POLLOCK He performs many wonders with a puck And uell we know it is not due to luck Georgie Fallon s Oh how shy' Football 1 2 3' Hockeyl Captain 2 3' A.A. 1 2 3' Homeroom Offi- cer l 2 3' Glee Club l 2' Usher Graduation 2' Senior Play Com- mittee BRENDA PRIVE Brens a leader never in a whirl' But at heart shes a country girl. Bren . . . Maine . . . sweet and neat Basketball 1 2 3' Field Hockey 2 3' Student Council 2 3' A.A. 1 2 3' Class Secretary 2' Vice lresident 3' Homeroom Officer 1 2' Class Newspaper 1 2' Glee Club 1 2 3' Usher Graduation 2' National Honor Society 2 Pres- ident 3' Honor Roll 1 2 3' Sen- ior Play Committee' Yearbook Editor' Carnival Pageant 3 JOHN RAMSEY Careful student and always politeg For him in stare is a future bright. McDonough's . . . National Guard . . . Paul's pal A.A. 1, 2, 33 National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3g Honor Roll 1, 23 Traffic Squad 3 .di BARBARA PORT Laughing lovable thats our Port She is truly an all round sport Porky blues singer leap high Basketball l 2 field Hockey 1 2 Captain 3' Cheerleader 3' Stu- nt Council 2 3' A.A. l ' Homeroom Officer 1 2' Class Newspaper l 2' Glee Club 1 2 3' Girls State Representative 2' Usher Vraduation 2' Honor Roll 1 2 3' Senior llay' Year ook Staff' Carnival lageant I 2' At- tendant Carnival Ball 3 ' DAVID PULSIFER Every class must have its clowns To bring forth smiles and banish frowns. Dave . . . mechanic . . . sports A.A. 3 ' Glee Club 3 HELEN RICHARDSON She is a very popular lass- Especially in our typing class. lleasant . . . quiet . . . smiles A.A. 1, 2 3g Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Play Committeeg Usher, Senior Play' Carnival Pageant 3 NANCY RICHARDSON Full of fun and fancy free, Thats the way she'll always be. Nan Dig that crazy kld' Live, laugh and love Basketball 2 3 Field Hockey 3 AA l 2 3 Class Newspaper 2 Glee Club I 2 3 U h r Cradua tlon 2 Honor Roll 2 Scnlor Play Committee 3 Yearbook Staff 3 Attendant Carmva all mf MILHA Class presldent athletic star Lv! We eel hrs presence near and Mlkne Lets go out on traffic horn rmnned glasses Football 1 2 3 Baseball 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Captain 3 Traffic Squadl 2 3 Student Council 1 2 Treasurer 3 AA 2 President 1 3 Homeroom Officerl 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Head Usher Cradua txon 2 Boys State Representative 2 Senior Play Committee 3 Car mval Pageant 3 LEONARD SAUNDERS He s a leader tn our class Well liked by every lad and lass Larry smooth dancer Swlfty Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Traf fic Squad 1 Student Council 1 2 1 2 3 Class Officer 1 2 Homeroom Officer 1 2 Glee Club l 3 Usher, Graduation 2 if X9 MIRIAM JOYCE SMITH A tomboy ts thzs fatr hatred gal Whos knoun to many as a pal Skater talker worker Basketballl 2 3 Field Hockey 1 A 2 3 Clee Cl b 1 Senior Play Committee 1 ,, 1 'J,rf,f.f ff!! 114 f ff .L klof f' ff DAVID STONE Dave was with us or just one year But brought us plenty of good cheer Ford math whiz NE San AA 3 S., PHYLLIS SQUIRES Easy come and easy go Wtth many a fnend and never a o Snlppy comedian basketball star Basketball l 2 3 Fuld Hockey I 2 Captain 3 Cheerleader 2 3 Student Councll V1ceP1es1dent 3 AA 1 2 3 Class Treasurer Homeroom Officer 1 2 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 Usher Graduation 2 Usher Carnival Ball 2 Senior Play Attendant farnnal Ball 3 Yearbook Staff ANN HOPE SWADEL Search and search but you ll sel dom Gnd As gool a frtend wtth as bright a mind Annie nursing Don t forget MYF Bas etball 1 2 3 AA 1 2 Class Newspaper 1 Clee Club 1 2 3 Band 3 Senior Play Year book Staff Honor Roll 1 2 3 PETER ROUILLARD He's a deadeye with his gun- Aluays looking for some . Pete fishing sharp shooter Hockeyl AA 1 2 3 Homeroom Officer 1 2 Glee Clubl 2 Band 1 Senior Play Committee Honor R 1 3 JOAN SAN ANGELO Shes kind and gentle truly sweet A lovely lady well dressed and neat .loanle gentle voice .lohnnle Basketballl 2 3 Student Councll 2 AA 1 2 3 Class Treasurer2 Holneroom Officer 2 3 blee Club 1 2 3 Attendant Carnival Ball 2 Marshall Graduation 2 Senior Play Committee Yearbook Staff Usher Senior Play Carnival Queen BARBARA SMITH A sptnled majorette ts she Who dmtes and talks wuh equal g ee Barb cooking What a man' Basketball 2 3 Majorette 1 2 Subhead 3 AA 1 2 3 Home room Officer 1 Class Newspaper 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Senior Play Committee 3 Usher Senior Play r mval Pageant 1 2 3 N .f , ' fun as - - 99 - g . . Gi ' 9, - ' ' ' ' 9 ' 9 - - 9 9 9 9 3 9 9 9 9 3 - - . , 9 ' 4 a ' s N N . , , g s e , - X oll , 5 3 ' A T l o c , 5 , . , X q N 1 , , . V f X , 9 9 ' f rs . ' egg ' ' . 9 9 V . . 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I I o l wh GG 9 7, k 9 9 3 -A - 9 9 3: X 5 - 9 9 3 5 5 ' 3 9 5 MXRG XRET THEIDE Peggy may seem quite serene But to her frtends shes mighty keen Affable .lohnny Ray Booster Club Dances Basketball 2 3 AA 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 Senlor Play Committee UHRIG Talented pleasing tn looks and un Thats Ann Uhrlg wrapped up tn Annu, lllf.1l ot lable A 1 2 3 Glee b Head Usher Senlor Play ROBERT VETROMILE Vet IS one for an Arrow ad Artist shutterbug qzute a lad Bob Junior girl ll .nnmdn Football 1 2 3 Hockey l 2 3 Student Council 2 President 3 AA 1 2 3 Soc1alComm1ttee Co Chairman 1 3 Senior Play Com mittee Carmval Pageant 3 f? wifi 1' 'N JAMES TUPTS Carefree cheerful uuh nener care He IS one uho ll take any dare ay hockey Medford Football l Hotkeyl 2 3 Base 1 AK l 2 3 Homeroo Officer 1 blee Club 1 2 Clas New paper 2 Senior Play Com mittee LVN!! milfs jf SAf,IlYVUIfRI eres a student and a pal Heres a sport our gal Sal., mall collector sports Basketball 2 3 Majorette 3 Homeroom Officer 1 Class News paperl 2 AA l 2 3 Clee Club 1 2 3 Usher Senior Play JOSEPH VILASI A boy whos always on the go Is our ambitious classmate .loe Thoughful reliable helpful Hockey 3 Baseball 3 Class News- paper 2 AA 1 2 3 Senlor Play Committee MARIE WATKINS She s the one that takes her ease Though ereryone she trles to please Lou lou lovable gay Basketball 1 2 3 Field Hockey 1 2 3 Cl1eerleader3 Class News paper 2 A A I 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 Usher Graduation 2 Carm val Pageant 3 FRANCIS WELLS A good mechanic he will be As ereryone can plamly see Zoot heading west lndependent LAWRENCE WEISS He acts and debates many talents has he An eminent doctor someday h will be Larry Ill argue with anyone science fiction fan Hockey 3 Student Council 2 A A S01 nal 1 omnuttec Chairman 2 Homeroom Officer 1 Z 3 Yearbook Staff Class News paper 1 2 Glee Club 1 3 Band 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 o State Representative 2 Scnlor Play BARBARA WHITTAKER A new thesptan ound thzs year Our Miss Eggleston rates a cheer Whltty easy going reliable l'n1lHo1ku 2 3 Clee Club 1 2 3 Yearbook Staff Senior Play ff gwwwf Q JOHN WILLETT A modern advemurer IS Jack Who whzrls around m a black hack .lackle free rides congenial lwotlmll l 2 Ba ehalll 3 Home room Officer 2 Glee Club 1 2 1 2 RAYMOND WOODS Helpful kmd and gentle too He s a boy always loyal and true Ray future fireman qulet Glee Club 1 QQ!! 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GOOD VOYAGE We re leavlng IlllS slup ere the turn of the llde The pler GI'3dllHll0I'l lS at the portsxde Though some of the crevs we may not agaln see l'or l.llClI' preclous frlendshlps remembered they ll be We ll shlp out ln the small boats now steammg ln Slglll And book passage on one that we know wlll be rlght We ll make sure to plot courses and by God s star steer When we sall Wllll that Laptaln no storm wlll we fear Now as we embark let us never forget The true frlends that we on thls voyage have met Frustratlons and hurts lf any exlst Wle ll forglve and proceed to dlspel llke grey mist The anchor they re welghmg the sun s hxgh and brlght The future looks glorious Walts there dark nlg Seek not dire storm warmngs bld fond friends farewell For soon from our Slgllt we ll sweep o er the swell Au revolr bon woyage bons amls Goodbye and good vow age good friends Marla Lanza , 4 I vvwvwv V V V V V V V V QVXRJKV Q-9m4ZAf,S7mZs A9faS?mmfAA AA. , ,3 4 , 2 g , Ny X. JLG 0'4PT4P'45'! 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D64 . 5 ' , K, 2 Q, QS . t Y I . . , h" bg . , ' , ' QP 0 V l l 7 ' 9 l Q. , ' . , - . ,04 1 , 1 0' QP 0 U Q 9 P ii D Q 2? - - , - - - - - - - - Q 4: 45 0 45 YYVVQVQVQYQV evo QYQV Q A N PLEASANT RECOLLECTIONS As gym period came one day I painfully realized I didnt have any gym shorts Usually everybody had an extra pair but not this time Luckily one of those large economy sized fellows came to the rescue He lent me his shorts tossing them to me and almost smotherlng me Struggling I finally came up for a gulp of air I waded into them took a dive, and splashed into the gym Mr Elerin called for a line up took one look at me and immediately Infected the whole gym class with a spontaneous roar' Bill Berry We were the underdogs against a top notch Concord High football team last fall Concord had been upset only once during the regular season Concord was ahead six to nothing in the final quarter when the quarterback called a pass play I flanked to the left and ran like a scared rabbit at the snap of the ball The quarterback faded back spotted me behind the defensive half back and lifted the ball in a high, lazy spiral right into my waiting arms for a touchdown' George Pollock On October thirteenth our field hockey team played to nothing With eight seconds left to play just as Brenda our center halfback received the ball I col llded with her knocking her flat and hitting her over the head with my hockey stick As we lay sprawled on the field Porkle scored for us the only goal of the game' Sally Kyle An experience of my semor year one that I wouldn t wish on my worst enemy was a very uncomfortable bath in bed Although I was requested to bring pajamas they were much to my embarrassment, of little use While the girls of the Home Management class gathered about the bed I pulled the sheets about me hoping in some strange way to be rescued from this experiment The nurse scrubbed one side of me, gave me a back rub, and then told the girls it was their turn Getting the works from the girls, I vowed never again to volunteer for a bed bath Ann Lanzetta I never thought it could happen to me getting a part in the semor play' Being in the play will always be one of my most remembered school experiences because of the fun we had at rehearsals and the friendships we made What a Life came and went too quickly In two short hours it was over, but the memory of it will last a lifetime' Barb Whittaker The night of Carnival Ball was a dream come true I was crowned Queen of the Winter Carnival I seemed to live in a daze that night for nothing seemed real Rustling of beautiful pastel gowns music softly played and a beautifully decorated stage helped to transport me to another world I felt like Cinderella and knew that when the clock struck twelve, all would be gone Nevertheless I knew that it was a night never to be forgotten .Ioan San Angelo I remember well my senior year for I wore the white uniform of the head majorette for Stoneham High School It was a great honor to lead the band and majorettes onto the field the day of our first football game I felt as proud as anyone could ever that glorious day As we marched on the field before the game and performed during the half I was in seventh heaven' Theresa Fallovolitta Ever since the seventh grade, I have had a crush on a certain boy This year I had an opportunity to invite him to a party I remember saymg to myself Dont be afraid to 1nv1te him, he wont bite you Monday, I decided would be the day but by Thurs day I still hadnt asked him The girls were becoming disgusted with me time was runmng out I fooled them because by proxy, I invited him on Friday So I finally did have a date with my dream' Dark Eyes As the guitars played loudly, eight happy hillbillies skipped onto the stage at the Carnival Ball A I stood in my bright cotton skirt and blouse beside my partner, I felt very nervous but it took only a couple of swings around the stage to make me completely forget the hundreds of people watching There I was square dancing to real hillbilly music, listening to the caller and laughing at the owl hoots of my part ner Ann Nagle -. , . . ' ' V ' ' ss - 99 9 I i D - f . 1 I . . if ' QI 1 a . s l 19 l L - . 1 ' ' -u a- 4- ' 9 ' 9 : ' ' - . . ' ' - , - J . I . 9 -- ' ' 9 9 l fu an sr , ' 1 V A w - 1, . . . ' . ' -r n- x , 4 ar 1: , . Y U Malden for almost two periods with the score nothing 9 ' . . , . ' 9 9 9 ' - . . I . . . at 1 1- , I , 9 ss 99 9 I - ' ' s ' 9 sc 9 - - - - , 9 ' 99 as 1 sr ' , 3 . I . , . , . . . , . , W u . i A X . , l 7 - . ' x a- 4 9 . . . . ' ' I S .. . , , 1. 'K 1. . . . . . . . - . , - . l Raymond Wood: Most Bashful, Loretta Crupi: Most Bashful, Lore! Baldwin: Most School- Spirited, Most Original, Bob Vetromile: Best Looking, Class Heartbreaker. an Senior Ch 3335 0 o WM Favorite Actor . . . Favorite Actress . . . Favorite Pastime . . Favorite Singer . . Favorite Song .... 1 7 . . . Marlon Brando . . Marilyn Monroe ........ Sleeping . . . . . . Eddie Fisher . . "Let Me Go, Lover" Favorite Subject ...... .............. C lvm Favorite T.Y. Program . . . . . "Dragnet" Favorite Comic ....... . . ,lerry Lewis Funniest Event ........ . . Senior Play Most Remembered Event . . . . Senior Play Ihyllis Squirt-sz Best All Around, Most Per- sonality, Popular, Class Athlete, Clown, Co- median, Philip Corbett: Class Clown, Come- dian, Blufier. .Host Talkatire. 3 lil -it-I. Martha Mcliie: Class Bluffer, Joe Conley: Class Flirt, Nancy Richardson: Class Giggler, Patty Ayer: Class Flirt, Heartbreaker. Maria Lanza: Most Admirable, Original, Reli able, Studious, Talkatire, Most Likely to Suc- ceed, Mike Salera: Most Admirable, Reliable School-Spirited, Personality, Class Leader. 38 1 LVL c .44 a aiu Brenda Prive: Most Original, Class Leader, Larry Weiss: Most Original, Studious, Class Actor, Likely to Succeed. af' ' 3:2 ' ws it -11,1 .Q fx Ruth Eells: Most Talented, Class Actress, Judy Gilson: Class Musician, Paul Balough: Most Talented, Class Musician. Favorite T Jeannette Naimo: Class Artist, Bill Berry: Class Artist, Anne Grossg Marcia Hedman: Class Sci- entist. earher: Mrs. Vera Curley .loan San Angelo: Class Pair, Best Natured, Best Looking, Class Heartbreaker, Sweetheart, John Lawrence: Class Pair, Best Natured, Best All Around, Most Popular, Class Athlete, Sweet- heart. Barbara Port: Best Dancer, Larry Saunders: Best Dancer. xr ...fi Q F -5' ft, .YN , gy 512 ,flu -"df" SPCR I No scllool shows more spirit than Stoneham High when our various teams pour out onto the football field or basketball court. The echo of a bat cracking a hardball homer down at the Rec. brings hundreds of cheers from our stands. Nothing stirs our spirit as much as our own majorettes and band playing a 'sfightv song on the football field or our peppy cheerleaders leading a long, loud cheer. it fat 30 Footba I I The DeTesomen, almost always outmanned but never out-spirited, battled their way to a creditable 2-6-1 record. There were real thrillers with such teams as Melrose and Con- cord. The game with the latter was lost only in the final eighty seconds. We still played mighty W'inchester, Wakefield, and Woburn. The Maynard game will always be remem- bered as the mud pie game. We played this year for the last time with Lexington, Punch- ard, and Reading. Playing perhaps the tough- est schedule for a team its size, the boys put up a good fight and upheld the tradition of Stoneham High. ZTAZTJWQAQC i Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 25 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 25 George Pollock in action at the Thanksgiving game with Reading. Veterans and Coach DeTeso and Coach Fawcett at first practice. 31 4 Stoneham Opponerus Melrose Wakefield Lexington Winchester Punchard Maynard Woburn Concord Reading blzelleam .N 1 's I You've got to s-c-o-r-el Vet lo the rescue against Melrose. A 3 I 5 . A Q .2 4 w.-If .' Aix iff ,vivo 'ff - 1' I 5 "ei ' ' A tr 1'-3 .f . ye, X, 'H X .5 f - if ,w.153fQ . .. , FQ A 13" n f T.+'. FT' ' . , K , ...- -' - e If. ,- 'A - "5 Q . H 3 ff If T' F' F Y 'Q In y . . i v "' ---' ' Af' 'f"i'izf3 ,i 5- . mi Johnny being hit by half the Win- Johnny Lawrenre tries to pick up l Wim N 2 Chester team. blockers. os' ' 5' i A R s 'H Lawrence carrying for ten-yard gain on Woburn. S.H.S. STARTING TEAM -First Row: R. Davidson, Co-Captain F. Fionda, M. Sale-ra, A. Symes, R. TQUIIIIIIOW, C. Patterson, R. Vetromile. Second Row: D. Symcs, G. Pollovk, Co-Captain J. Lawrenre, F. Hart 1, Cheerleaders Ever since the cheerleaders were organized in September, 1939, they have contributed a great deal to school spirit. This year was no exception, for no matter what the weather- snow., sleet, or sunshine, the cheerleaders were on the job from September to March for football, basket- ball, or hockey games. Their enthusiasm never waned, and their spirit was boundless. At the football rallies or games, they yelled 'LDown that field, over that line, come on, Stonehamg score this timeli' At the basketball games, they shouted, "Shoot 'em high: catch 'em lowg come on, Stoneham, let's go!" Of course, at the hockey arena they came out with a loud, "Beat, beat., beat that team." S 11 'M X .ALS L For heaven's sake- it's only a dime." O L ..- Bastow, P. Egan, J. Gilmartin 5-- Stnmping them fast and furiously First Row: M. Meisner, M. Watkins, Captain L Baldwin, J. Kendall, M. Hedman. Second Ron' P. Squires, M. Mcliie, C. Kustra, B. Port, IN Nlajorettes The majorettes helped to make one of the most colorful football seasons ever They exhibited gre it talent in their routines and twirlmg The flash of blue and gold uniforms the twlrling of batons, and their infinite spirit urged our teams on to victory Head T Fallavolllta Sub Heads A Nagle B Smith .l Hertach,,l Barnstead D Donovan, M LeBlanc I Deacon son,S Plumer S Uhrig .Li Flrst Row A Nagle T Fallavolllta B Smith Second Rau I Hertach J Barnestead D Donovan M LeBlanc L Deacon D Perrms I Harrison D Cairns P Coughlm M Erick son S Plummer S Uhrlg fan they strut' Seniors all' 0 L 693' ' f.f,' if ' 5- lr 39 . . . n . g . A 4 K ' . 1 l 1 l ' . f . , . . . , . . , . . ' , . ' . .I 4. , D. Perrins, C. Harrison, D. Cairns, P. Coughlin., M. Erick- -- . , . i'M.f . l ' ' D ' l v, . 4 X . 9 ' : . , . ' , . ' I ': . , . F , 9 ' 3 ' 1 ' I. 'Q , . " ', . A , . Q Y ' 7 ' . 3 K jf X " u 'Q-. Coach Topham, Co-Captains P. Squires and B. Port, Coach Lawson GAMES Oct. 13 - Oct. 19 - Oct. 28 - Nov. 1 - Nov. 12 - Malden Winchester Melrose Swampscott Concord Field Hockey Throughout the fall, the girls' hockey team showed unusual spirit. The most exciting event came in the last six seconds of the Maltlen game when Barbara Port made the victorious goal with an assist from Denise Donovan. Tile season was climaxed by the unforgettable surprise party given by the senior girls at Sally Kyleis house, on Novem- ber l2, for their coach, Mrs. Vera Lawson. The final event of the season was held on December 11, in the high school gym, when the squad invited their dates to a square dance. FIRST TEAM, Left to Right: M. Meis- ner, C. Cile, B. Port, M. Watkins, B. Prive, N. Richardson, R. Messina, A. Lanzetta, N. Richardson, C. Morrison, L. Naimo, J. Naimo, M. LeBlanc, S. Kyle, P. Squires AWARDS: Sally Kyle, Anna Lanzetta, Mary Ann Meisner, Roseann Messina, Carole Morrison, Jeannette Naimo, Loretta Naimo, Barbara Port, Brenda Prive, Nancy Richardson, Phyllis Squires, Marie Watkins ' SECOND TEAM, First Row: J. LaPointe, D. Healy, B. Mitchell, .l. French, R. Zac- coni, B. Conr0Y, J. DeYoungg Second Row: Coach Topham, C. Harrison, .l. Tiber-io, P. Egan, V. Spaulding, B. Leath, M. Rafferty, L. Tremblay, D. French, Coach Lawson X l I r, yf X' .A , ' 1 Pal 'fs I - ,L Off your feet, girls! Girls' Basketball Qiqlizlmv ' ' zwf "UH those feet: jump for the rebounds!" These expressions were often heard during basketball season. as one crossed the balcony of the gym. Coat-hes Lawson and Topham spent many long hours getting the senior, junior and sophomore girls ready for the annual interelass tournament which took place in March. The tournament was not only a keen basketball eompetition, but also an exhibition, by the classes. of original songs and marching routines. ill she score? First Row: J. Kendall, li. l'ort, M. llerry, M. Meisnn-r, I r I Baldwin M Watkins A fioughlin. Serond Row: J. San Angelo, C. Morrison, N Richardson M 'Vlflxu H Messina A. Swadm-l, Nl. llc-ffernan, li. Smith, M. llm-dman. Third Row fnach Topham 'VI Thudm .l Smith, T. Fallavolita, A. Nagle, L. Naimo, l'. Squires, 5 lxyt Ndllllli N1 Erickson Lanz:-tta, li. Fink, l', Ayer, Coach Lawson .- vv "' 1 Ab v "Like this, coach?" up 1 iii " -I - I ..J ,..-'I N f ...J f,s p.- n-Q Boys' Basketball Stretch ne Led by Captain Mike Salera, the Stoneham High basketball team enjoyed a good season. Veterans Charlie Patterson, Johnny Lawrence, and Mike Salera convinced us that they could really "pour'em through the hoopf, Gaining more poise and experience from each game, the team threatened to tip the Middlesex League kingpins, W'inchester and Belmont. The spirited win over defending champion Lexington was a real upset for the Minute- men. Front Row: D. Gedney, C. Patterson, J. Lawrence, Cap- tain M. Salera, J. Hickey. Second Row: W. Berry, P. Balough, D. Bishop, R. Ged- ney, J. Mullin, R. Forbes. Third Row: J. LaSalle, D. Malonson, L. Dudley, R. Tes- N? Wagga x, ta, Mgr. J. Bohling Hockey were Coach Bob lVlillett, who developed a fast hockey team from the sophomore, junior, and senior players, had a team that did well in the closely competitive G.B.l. League. Co- Captains Phil Corbett and George Pollock led the charge. Juniors, Al and Dennis Symes How you fight, Alby! 45w,,. . ,,,,, A , A- Q -., , .. . - "' ff in the front line, lifted cup hopes for the fu- ture: sophomore Tom "Dick" Tracy was a good goalie: and senior defensemen, "Gulf, Fionda and Jay Tufts, played good hockey. "Hustle and fight" was the motto that the team lived up to throughout the season. That's the kind of captain we-'ve got. wut.- i zu' Rush it! First row: W. McDonough, J. Biggio, P. Farrell, J. Bracviotti, J. Tufts, R. Gummow, T. Andersen, W. McDermott, R. Noyes, T. Peabody. Second row: J. Conley, Co-captain U. Pollock, ll. MacDonald, F. Fionda, Co-captain P. Corhett, T. Treacy, A. Symes, D. Symes, F. Hart Ii 1 i Charlie swings a big bat. N. I . if' Safe on first. Baseball Co-Captains Charlie Patterson and John Law- rence led the baseball club this year. Both boys were backed up by a good infield: Fi- onda, Farrell, Miller, and McDonough, with Patterson occasionally taking a tum at first. At the start of the year the outfield was the big problem with Cataldo, Testa, Symes, Mul- lin, Fitzgerald, Salera, and Hindes all looking for starting berths in the opener at Melrose, April 12. Stoneham played a busy Middlesex League schedule as well as several outside ICBITIS. Coach 'DeTeso if '. . Ts- briefs Co-Captains Nice peg! li' -W "f it 1 N' "e First row. Coach J. Fawmett, F. Rohr bacher H. Miller, J. Nelson, D. Dike, C. Sullivan, C. Burke, P. Davis, W. McDonough, R. Fields, N lligz une, R. Flanagan, R. Noyes. D. oymes. Sec- ond row: P. Kyk, 4 P' irphy, D. ia" Roberts, R. Testa E Lataldo D Manning, C. Patterson, J. Lawrence M. Salera, W. Hindes, P. Farrell, Di Bisho . Mullen A. Fionda F. Hart , J , , , CoachpA. DeTeso, Coach T. Mullen. ldlflf 4 M.. ' H to 'Sf ,1 April April April April April April J" ,. ., R ,. - , K Y . .,'i.f,4QawQ Q1 as 12, Melrose Wakefield Belmont Reading Winchester Concord May 3, Lexington May 6, Melrose May May May May May May Wakefield Belmont Reading Winchester Concord Lexington -4 4525 ex e Z6 f " 'I'-I l' mi f C'OACH " J we 515 2 Sully Sldellnes 7 was War' f Inf fra xv 4 Q, Am -- ,ffffcfqiik I AG H J fgwg ffffafff 3, ja x .4 X X J U 9 R Vet fell for Martha at Win1'l1estcr 0 Q 0 S- , W . D' l you see that run, Frank. W' 4 1 S 9' 4 I y. A f 7 - " . fv x Y 4 6 I i . 144 I I 4' if ' ' ' x ' 3" fi" ' ' rx. 1 ' VY Q 1 3 - I 'QW 1 ' --W e e 12 . X Y ff , 3, shun 1 X 1 p J v N ,X s Q ." y . . I r K af ' ' f e p4 f N ,. 1 f r ' X Q1 7 'fi ' . , g Q i ' Penalty? WI ,. George performed at t e Maynard ' Xa game I 'S xl, 1- S. 'Q Slumhle and drive by Kyle and Prive 1 4 N V Q- :2 ,' ' X . W ,,'f" 1 ' I ' X' ' ' 4 ,,,, ,, .--o on or I x 0 1? Q ,, , xg, Singing, swinging, or starring on the stage balances work with play. Activities add gaiety and laughter as well as the responsibilities of leadership to our school life. In music, drama, dances, student government, or honorary awards, we keep tl1e Stoneham spirit of generations of students who have always used their talents for tl1e honor of the Blue and White. O T O The TORCH JMU: ' ,alla if M if Getting layout, pictures, copy, drawings, sub- scriptions, and ads ready to meet the deadline was a big job. The staff, directed by editor-in- chief, Brenda Prive, worked hard to produce the best classboola ever published with com- plete coveragc of all the yearqs activities in words and pictures. Judy Gilson, busy photo- graphic editor, arranged the groups and schedules for pictures taken by the Vantine Studio: ,lohn Xeiss directed the art editorsg and Alice Coughlin, energetic business man- ager, with her assistants, collected the money to finance the hook. Nlrs. Margaret Garvin helped the husincss staff. and Miss Ruth Finn advised the stall. ohm-rt Yelromilc. Selina Nlundo, william llcrry, and John N1-iss plan the layout, lcrarx taff at work First Ron N1 la za. Nl. .Xdanl-. Nl. Wlclxic. Ifditor li. l'riie, S. Kyle, llaldwln NI llednian Sflllllfl Kon X gwadel. J. Fan Xngclo, L. Nililll0, L. Wleiss, J. Naimo, 14 1 rd lxinra '11 NJ w '21 Lag 4w.-'-""- 1' A al- I 4' .1 pw-X -7 f ""' ff' A ' fT""' ,.., , 9. 4 .4 Zzif of foo! .lunly Gilman talks about photography to Mr. Goodwin of Yanlinc- Studio. in WML MZ ,glam JJ ' I, - l ' A ali I Lf The typing ftaH work hard lu meet the dead- lim-. First Row: li. fiillllllvllv, li. I.2.lllllll'l"t, M. Me-inwr, lf. Kluinanf, l'. Squircs. Svrond Row: C. Huw, Nl. lirivkaon, A. Lunzctlu, T. Fallo- volutal, B. l'urt, Hr. Hivliarmlson. my ' 0, if Business Staff: Barbara W hitlakcr, Mrs. Marga- ret Garvin, Roseann Mefsina, Alice Coughlin discuss finances. M 'S , ' A Z, , A W y as as . all .. .fi Strike up the band. Mr. Rolland Tapley, first violinist in Boston Symphony, not only directs the orchestra, but also gives the members a real appreciation of good music. g gi . Front How: Judith Gilson, Alice Coughlin, Bernadine Bacon, Donald Gedney, David Morrison, Marsha Weiss, James Cotter, Bickford Brannen, Dexter Hall, Elizabeth Forbes. Rear: Mr. Rolland Tapley, Paul Russell Johnson, .lamcs Forbes, David Brule, James Thorpe, Carl Hedberg, Raymond Miller, David Stinson, Karen Brassil, Richard Rhinedress, Patricia McCullough, Dennis Flanders, David Truesdale Mr. Alfred Todaro leads the band and directs the Boys' Clee Club. Mr. Todarog J. Gilson, Pianist, First Row: M. Salera, J. Ciordani, l'. Kyle, D. Bova, R. Di Viva, G. Burke. Second Row: W. Hindes, D. Griffin, A. Sweeny, J. Zaltman, C. MacDonald, D. Bishop. Third Row: D. Corum, R. Ced- ney, D. Cedney, R. Ames, R. Wile, R. Radford, J. Lasalle, R. Boyd Nlusic Clubs Q This year the music clubs, octet, quartet, and special soloists under the able direction of Mrs. Gilda Wipperman, Mr. Alfred Todaro, and Mr. Rolland Tapley again presented excellent musi- cal programs at the Carnival Ball, Spring Con- cert, Memorial Day exercises, and graduation. These three musicians have made the music clubs of Stoneham outstanding. The girls' octet and boys' quartet gave Christ- mas programs at the New England Sanitarium, the Pond View Nursing Home, and at the Rotary Club. Ruth Eells, Judy Cilson, and Donald Ced- ney represented the high school at the All-State Music Festival Concert given at Symphony Hall in Boston. A 95 , , sl . -2 i ffkiiwai- . - 4 - .-WA ,,:v,,v vi. ,V ,sfzifi , -'ftgq . L"ia2 X .1 R I I 5 4 mr Awitllg R liullf, l'. Ira '01 1- 14' I, .. Mm-Lurlily. M. Lanza, B. Pin ll'FIlLllt', S. Hamburg. l'. Woods, Pianis Mn. Nxippn-rniun Nlrs. Gilda Wippvrman. In-riilvs dire-vting tin- Ulm- Club, viopmi ami 4-llrnlirugmi Pll4'il Iulvrile-4l solnish as D W Hull: lie-lla, lizirlrurai Port. .-Xnn lqlirig. ami llnnaiil R. YQ:-:lin-5, J, tiitlflilllll. H. Vila-, li. Ile-clnvy. 1-lldnm Mrs. XX ippc-rnian ' Mrs. Wippf-rmung J. Gilnon, Pianirl: First Run: A. Nagle-, X. x1l'iiillll'it'N, N. Hirharilfun, 11. Morrison, l'. Squire-s, S. kylf-. Svvoru! Knut A. fiouglilin, .-K. Swank-l, M. .-Mlzun-, 41. Mun-, R. Y lin-lla, R. luqun-tl:-, Nl, Lunzu, YI. xl4'ihllt'l', I., llrupi, Ii. igSlll'Il!'l1il'F. Third Ifmc: I'. Nluhonvy. l'. Aycr, li. Fink, Ii. Rivhurilfun, lx. l.umlu-rl, l'. Tin-ich-, li, Uium-114-, J. Sun Align-lu, l,. Halei- win, M. lla-dmzin, J, Km-mlull, Nl. Mrlxie-. H. Port, ll. Prim-. K. Hurkv, R. x!l'NwiI1ll. Isllllflll Ram: 1., lxlunmnf, A. Lurim-lla, ll. ,luneiri-, I. IRIHLINHIIIIKI, Nl, il1'iTQ'l'll2lll., li. Ninth. ,I. Naiinm. I., Nainm, li. Whillukrr, A. Urn--, Nl. U1-rrp, 'VL Walkin-. J. Hn-xwr, ll, Nuxurru. X, lflirig, Ni. llull, S. Uhrig, M. lirirkmn X I . OFFICERS President ...... ............. .... I 3 renda Prive Vice President -.-... Barbara Fink Secretary -,,,, ....... I it'lt'Il Jalldfis Adviser , U .... Mr. Robert Millett National The Cum Laude Chapter of the National Honor Society was established in Stoneham High School in May, 1954. The initiation was conducted by the Reading High School Chap ter. The purpose of the Honor Society is to promote scholarship, develop leadership, and to render service to our school and commu nity. Any student eligible for membership must have a "B" average or hotter. This year the Honor Society sold programs at the foot ball games to raise money for chapter pm held a dance. and started a scholarship funr Front: Nl. Lanza: ll, Janmlris, ll. l'rive. B. Fink, R. Eells, R. Paquette Burk: .Mlvist-r, Mr. Rohert Millettg l M. Adams, J. Ramsey. H. Gross, Nl. Hedman, J. Uilson Athletic Association The Athletic Association plays an important part in promoting school spirit and sports- manship at Stoneham High School. This year the A. A. helped with the successful Booster Drive and enthusiastically encouraged our teams. OFFICERS President ....... .................. I ohn Lawrence Vice President . .. .... Mary Ann Meisner Secretary ....... ...... J oyce Kendall Treasurer ........ William Hindes Adviser . . .. . . .Xlr. Timothy Higgins NATIONAL HONOI 50CIE'l'V X Q Honor 2 7 xx Society V OFFICERS President .........., ........... R obcrt Vetromile Senior Vice President .... ...... P hyllis Squires Junior Vice President ...... ..,.. R ichard Radford Sophomore Vice President ...Joyce La Pointe Treasurer ................. ......... N like Salera Secretary . . . ...... Jeannette Naimo Adviser .... .... N lr. Wendell Horton Student Council JUNIOR OFFICERS -1-Nm' President .............................. John Biggio Vice President .... ............ R uth Stone Secretary ....... .......... N orma Richardson Treasurer ........................ Diane McCullough Social Com. Chairmen . .Bette Mitchell, Diane Perrins Adviser ........................... Mr. Elba Carrier 7 --at Members and oflicers of the Student Council worked hard and long to perform their duties effectively. Because of the two-platoon sys- tem, meetings during school were practically impossible: but by calling meetings after I2:I8, President Bob Yetromile was able to get his group together to make plans for such activities as supervising the election of class, A.A., and council olhcers: directing the Boost- er Club Drive: and organizing committees for the Winter Carnival. The Councilors contrib- uted a great deal to student government and to the development of school leaders. N..- Bob Vetromile holds a student council meeting. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President ............................. June Thieme Vice President . .. .......... Fred Sawin Secretary ........,.... ........ P atrit-ia Patterson Treasurer ............................. Mary Hamill Social Com. Chairmen ..... Sandra Croft, David Soule Adviser ........................ Mrs. Sadie Marshall .r-s"'4"""" lr' If .Q MIA AJ "How do you do, Mr. Ve4'1'hiltu'f" 'Tm a waita for to see Messier Brad." Curtain Call x" "Do I haw- to have that muvh rouge? 'X- -Fluq, .5 -hu-nQ.-.-:Q-'-'vn- Queen .loan and King John VVi nter Ca rn iva I lfffim Magic wintorlantl . . . glittering snow . . . beautiful yi- sions . . . rustling gowns . . . heavenly nlusie . . . enter- taining acts. . . the Royal Wialtz. The Wlinter Carnival, one of our higgest events of the school year, provitlexl an unforgettahle night for us, with the Royal Coronation of King john Lawrence anrl Queen ,loan San Angelo. 'l'lleir royal court, matle up of ten lovely attemlants, the royal glee eluh, orehestra, aml entertainers, transporterl us to an ethereal wonclerlancl. S.ll.5. Swing liaml N11-lofly of l,on- 5 Ann lfhrig reveives well-deserved applause. The Royal l'ro1'c-ssion 5 The Royal Court 1 1 n . ul.:-L . - cw A t sf , ' f ' ' y 3 jx ' ,, Q-uw-1 'N 'A ' wvwvqpu-' f A J V V ii Gi , 4 " Q9 f I Cf" ' , if 1 .7 1 y .V Qi U gl , a .. I K v .Q 'yi X27 My D Ik . . 1 , XV 1 I In 1 , A X 5 A e W 1 Vifz ' Mr if t an ', X it .luniorf warvh for Mr. Sandman The Royal Vfaltzvrs Naughty Lanlp from Shady Lam-" Elvrin 5115. Barlwrahop Quarlvl, Mr. Mil- S.Ii.S.', lone-ly lravln-lor, wing "'l'Iu- le-ll, Mr. llriwoll, Mr. Carrivr, Mr. ML K- frown the-1' King and Qin-vn' N. .wa -, 4 5 sa-rs-nadv llw King and Quvvn t1, n gg L, 9 F U 9x "'f'6,m ,. A A rx' P 0 A 1 Q 'Q ox L F if A, M , ,S 'rr O 4 av 19 . A, my i , E 9,1'Q QNfz! Q 5' A , .L ,, ,. 1, A 2, 'V , g,.. f ' is, fi iK ix in is v avi 4" 1 . 'lv' j.. Juan Sun .-Xngvln uml liurlnuru Port and dates. Junior-Senior Pronfi LWAMJ Tlu- wurmtll ul' 41 Huy vu-lling., tln- strains of soft lllllSil', tlw lN'illIlil'lIl 1l4-coraltiolls, tllo lou-ly girls in push-l gowns, llllx llumlsonlv :lun-s in tux:-dos nuulv tlw Jllllilll'-St'Ili0l" Prom ut tllv B4-ur Hill Country Club ilIl0lll9I' happy ncvusion of our senior yvur, Wy. what a :li-tirlglxiflu-nl re-rw-iving lin:-5 ,I ,H - 5 'N Drifting and :ire-aiming Vumimf wa, taking pit-mr.-,E .-Xlwuyf time- for u gm-niul vllut ,J fi Gurls and Boys State Representatives rm 'mf X,,f7 John Braunottl Lawrenu Xiu Nlarua Xdam Barbara Port Mike Salera -Xrthur 1 lllette at the Unlu r ns of Ma sachu ut and Bridgewater College learn about gow-rnnnnt .md make mam fru-nd Freedon1s Fou ndatlon Avvard l'l' 4 Ml 01111 .4 Minn A 61399 "'1s. 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