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1957 TORCH ; if W ' j. ■I Stoneham High School BACCALAUREATE 19 3 7 STONEHAM HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM STONEHAM, MASS. SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1957 CLASS RUSSELL L. ALLISON BERNADENE MARIE BACON JAMES FRANCIS BARNEY. JR. JANE MARCIA BARROWS BARBARA A. BATES CHARLES LOUIS BEAN. JR. DOLORES MARIA BENDAVID JOANNE CAROL BLAISDELL DIANE LEE BOUDREAU JOHN E. BOWEN LEE C. BOYD RUSSELL LINWOOD BOYD PAUL ROGER BRACCIOTTI BARBARA FRANCES BREWER S. MICHAEL BROWN DAVID EMERY BRULE GEORGE EDWARD BURKE WARREN E. CAIN DOROTHY ANN CAIRNS JAMES LEONARD CAMPBELL PAUL PETER CANA VAN JOHN E. CARR. JR. FAITH CASABIAN MARILYN JANE CHAMBERS PAULINE M. COMER MARY LOU DAVIS PHILLIP M. DAVIS EMILIE ROSE DelBUONO ESTELLE MARY DEVLIN JOYCE IRENE DeYOUNG DAVID DIKE SALLY ANN DONAHUE PATRICIA A. DONEGAN JOHN KEVIN DONOVAN MARILYN ANN DROWN CLAIRE ELLIOTT ROBERT A. FIELDS ANGELO FIONDA MARIA FIONDA ALICE FITZGERALD JOHN JOSEPH FITZGERALD ROBERT F. FLANAGAN DAVID CARROLL FLETCHER ELLA M. FOLEY CHARLES W. FRAMPTON. Jr. ROLF FURTWAENGLER ALICE GANNON JAMES RICHARD GIBBONS ANTHONY S. GIGANTE NORMA L. GILE DOUGLAS GOURLEY NANCY RUTH GUMMOW EDWIN ALFRED HALL MARY G. HAMILL MARGARET ANN HARRTGAN JEANNE LOUISE HARRINGTON JOHN H. HERRON WILSON J. HIER. JR. MICHAEL J. HURLEY LAURA MAY JACKSON PAULINE JACKSON DAVID FREDERIC JILLETTE HELEN LOUISE JOHNSON ROBERT HAROLD JOHNSON CAROL ANN KELLY MAUREEN ANN KELLY DAVID A. KENDRICK DAVID FRANCIS KINNEY BEVERLY ANN KNIGHT CARL EDWARD KNIGHT PETER WARRINER KYLE THOMAS J. LANNON JOYCE ELLEN LaPOINTE MARY ANN LORANCE JOAN EVELYN LUNDGREN CAROL ANN MacDONALD ROBERTA MacINTIRE JUDITH A. MacNEIL OF 1957 ANTHONY MAFFEO PETER S. MAHAR DONALD MATTHEWS MALONSON RICHARD V. MATTOGNO NANCY ELLEN MCCARTHY SALLY M. McCarthy MARGARET HELEN McDERMOTT PATRICIA McDERMOTT CONCETTA MESSINA JOHN MESSINA JOHN F. MILAN PAUL ALFRED MILLER MICHAEL C. MINGHELLA THERESE ANNE MONACO LOUISE J. MOREIRA PATRICIA ANN MORRIS DOROTHY IRENE MORRISON EDWARD MURRIN JOHN MICHAEL MUSTONE FRANCIS ROBERT NAZARIAN JOHN CLARENCE NELSON. JR. KAREN LORETTA NELSON MARY FRANCES ANN NEWTON MARGARET L. NICHOLSON MARY ELIZABETH NICKERSON RICHARD B. NICKERSON F. ROBERT NOYES. JR. ROBERT WILLIAM OLSEN PATRICIA PATTERSON THEODORE PEABODY DONNA LOUISE PEACOCK DAVID HENRY PELTON NANCY LEE PERKINS MARILYN ANN PETTO THOMAS E. POTTER RICHARD JOSEPH POWERS DALE VIRGINIA RICHARD CHARLES FREDERICK RITTERSHAUS BARBARA LEE ROBERTS FRED P. ROHRBACHER SANDRA L. ROLFE ARTHUR JOSEPH ROTONDI. JR. JOAN BARBARA ROTONDT NANCY IRENE ROUILLARD JAMES E. SALVAGE FREDERICK G. SAWIN THERESA A. SEKERCHAK FREDERICK ARTHUR SHAFFER JOHN HENRY SHANNON PATRICIA ANN SKJOLD ARTHUR SMITH DAVID SOULE VIVIAN SPAULDING H. RODNEY SPEAR RUTH STEWART CHARLES F. SULLIVAN DIANE ELEANOR SURETTE ARTHUR J. SWEENEY ELAINE TALMANSON JUNE LOUISE THIEl IE JOANNE FRANCES THORNTON NANCY LEE TIDEY THOMAS E. TREACY HELEN ROSE TREMBL.A.Y DONALD WILLARD TURNER MAUREEN VALLELY WAYNE C. VELTEN ROBERTA ANN WALKER DONA MADELINE WALLACE JOHN ALLEN WALTON JOAN ARLENE WHITTAKER EDITH ANN WILE RUTH LAURA WOOD PATRICIA W. WOODS WARREN T. V OODS LISBETH ELLEN WYMAN ROBERT JOHN YOUNG Class Officers President, Frederick G. Sawin Secretary, Patricia Patterson Vice President, Angelo Fionda Treasurer, Mary G. Hamill Principal, William M. Nadeau Vice Principal, Wendell W. Horton Class Advisors, Mrs. Vera D. Curley and Clark A. Richardson JUN 2 5 1962 • • • • THE 1957 TORCH Twentieth Edition door thrown open The key to understanding is knowledge. It is hoped that we who are about to leave Stoneham High have taken advantage of the many doors which have been opened for us by inspired and devoted teachers. As we turn the pages of our yearbook, today and in the ' years to come, may they bring back to us fond memories of knowledge gained, of friendships made and of games well played. May our wealth of learning be used to bring honor and glory to our Alma Mater. FOREWORD We enter to learn CONTENTS FACULTY PAGE 8 SENIORS PAGE 16 ATHLETICS PAGE 42 ACTIVITIES PAGE 54 5 Inspired teacher, wise counsellor, sincere friend— all these and more has Mrs. Sadie Marshall been to the class of 1957. Whatever the task, she has given generouslv of her time and talents in our behalf. The lessons she has taught, both in and out of the classroom, have enriched our lives and helped us to foster the true American ideals of democracy and equality. In token of our admiration and affection for her and for all she personifies, we, the class of 1957, fondly dedicate this edition of the Torch to Mrs. Sadie Marshall. y to Instruction FACULTY Simple as it seems, it was a great discovery that the key of knowledge could turn both ways, that it could open, as well as lock, the door of power to the many. VVe are indeed fortunate, therefore, to have such a ery capable faculty which guides us in the proper use of this powerful weapon. Whatever success we may achieve in later life will be due in great measure to these dedicated men and women. 8 1 The “key” men in the high school administration are, Sup- erintendent C. Newton Heath, Principal William Nadeau and Vice Principal Wendell Horton. The health of the student body is in the capable hands of school nurse. Miss Rebecca Bowles. hold the key ADMINISTRATION Our guidance director, Mrs. Gertrude Cariello, confers with Ella Foley, Mrs. Antoinette Gargano and the student clerk, Patricia Patterson and Ruth Wood on Vivian Spaulding, perform their duties smoothly their plans for the future. and efficiently in the main office. FACULTY English is made both interesting and useful under the direction of Mrs. Sadie Marshall, head of the department, Mrs. Vera Curley, Miss Helen Carr, Mr. John Downs, Mr. Bernard Smith and Miss Lucille Shea. which will unlock the door ART Working with Mrs. Eleanor Baker, our art director, pupils find the world of art fascinating and increase their appreciation of beauty and nature. Here with Sandra Rolfe, June Thieme, Donna Peacock, Joanne Blaisdell and Barbara Brewer, she comments on Roger Kirkland’s poster. MUSIC Our outstanding musical groups are a tribute to Mrs. Gilda Wipperman, music supervisor, and Mr. Alfred Todaro, band director. SCIENCE Mr. William Miller and Mr. Robert Millett take us into the scientific world of mystery and fascination. LIBRARY Books are the key to wisdom’s treasure. Miss Miriam Marsh, school librarian, guides the pupils’ selection of books and helps them discover the world of know- ledge and enjoyment contained within our library walls. MATHEMATICS Mathematical problems are solved with the able assistance of Mr. Elba Carrier, Mr. Chester Jordan, and Mr. Arthur Hamel. BUSINESS The business world benefits from the sound business background provided students by Mrs. Margaret Garvin, head of the department, Miss Anna Regish, Mr, Clark Richardson and Mr. Charles Russo. LANGUAGES The languages and customs of foreign countries come alive under the skillful tutelage of Miss Lydia Risi and Mrs. Gertrude Cariello. SHOP The boys are given training in the practical crafts by Mr. Walter Herrick, Mr. Henato Paolini, and Mr. Joseph Ryan. PHYSICAL EDUCATION This snbject keeps onr students in top physical condition and provides an outlet for excess energy. Mr. Carl Elerin and Mr. John Fawcett instruct the boys, and Miss Dorothy Demerjian directs the girls. that leads to knowledge SOCIAL STUDIES Social Studies give us an insight into the problems, events and attitudes of people in both the United States and other countries of the world. These classes are conducted by Mr. Roger Lamson, head of the department, Mr. Antony Deteso, Mr. Timothy Higgins, and Mr. Fred Kiamie. FACULTY I I § Key to the future SENIORS What a privilege and a joy to be a senior! At no other time in our lives hav ' e we felt so independent, so confident, and so respected. No longer are we con- sidered children but as young adults free to assume the responsibility and leadership of the school and the community. Each year we have grown in maturity, strengthened our persoi alities with new experiences, and broadened our horizons with the aid of the Master Key of Opportunity offered us by our lo ing parents and teachers. In time we are expected to employ this vital key to open for us the Door to the Future. I I I I I 16 Any class would enjoy biology taught by Mr. Millett. This 12C1 group takes advantage of extra time and holds a discussion on Polio Salk Vaccine. ' Iliis senior typing class ipiickly and skilllully |)ounds the tyijcwritcr keys during one of Mr. Hic liardson’s speed tests. Demonstrating a metal cutting lathe. Mr. Paolini is earefnlly watched by Hussell Allison, Peter .Mahar, John Bowen and fiharles Frampton. i ! Tlie hoys coml)iiK‘ liealtliful exercise witli fim as they go through their paces during a gym period. Mrs. Vera Curley adds a dramatic flourish to her English classes. the door has been opened ; :| r Our very patient driver training instructors, Mr. Roger Lamson and Mr. Clark Richardson, emphasize caution and safety on the highway as well as driving skill. Mr. Roland Tapley gives instruction on the iolin to Bernadine Bacon while David Callan and David Brule listen intently. 19 A typical study class makes good use of the time to finish assigned work. On the verge of a great discovery are John Nelson, Arthur Smith, Angelo Fionda, and Kevin Donovan. Checking a date in U. S. History are four of Mr. DeTeso’s protege’s, Barbara Roberts, Thomas Treacy, Mike Hurley and Bob Johnson. Their speed is unbelievable; their accuracy unequaled! Displaying this claim are Maureen Vallely and Marie Fionda. We learn Tomorrow’s homemakers are to- day’s school girls. Preparing for their important future position are Roberta Macintire and Pat Skjold. 20 “Professor” Thomas Treaty explains a difficult math problem to his eager “students,” Peg Nicholson, Elaine Talmanson, and Maureen Kelly. by doing Exhibiting their skill with office machines are Charlie Sullivan, Alice Gannon and Vivian Spaulding. Future biologists? Jack Fitzgerald and Phil Davis hunt through the sand looking for a specimen lost during a dissection period. 21 For scholarship, character, and good influence in the school Roberta Walker Peter Kyle Class History Joyce LaPointe Graduation Address John Herron PRELIMINARY HONOR GROUP (B Average or Higher for Four Years) Barbara Bates Paul Bracciotti Dorot hy Cairns Estelle Devlin Joan Lundgren Carol MacDonald Paul Miller John Nelson Theodore Peabody Frederick Shaffer Arthur Sweeney Patricia Woods Lisbeth Wyman Class Will Class Prophet Prophecy of the Prophet Class Gift Sally McCarthy, James Campbell June Thieme Kevin Donovan Lee Boyd The following awards and prizes will be announced at graduation exercises— History Medal Mathematics and Science Medal Carrie S. Ireland Citizenship Award Ameriean Legion Medal American Legion Scholarship Grange Art Prize Stoneham High School Music Prize Parent-Teacher Scholarship Teachers’ Club Scholarship Blue and White Scholarship Boosters’ Club Scholarship Woman’s Club Scholarship Annie Bailey Trowbridge Scholarship Honor Society Scholarship GRADUATION COMMITTEE Frederick Sawin Barbara Bates Paul Bracciotti Angelo Fionda Nancy Gummow Joan Lundgren Anthony Maffeo Paul Miller John Nelso n Patricia Patterson Theodore Peabody Frederick Shaffer Lisbeth Wyman Mrs Vera Fun loving senior officers, Fred Sawin, president; Angelo Fionda, vice-president; Patricia Patterson, secretary; Mary Hamill, treasurer; June Thieme and John Shannon, social chairman, are caught in a casual pose as they discuss up-coming senior events. CLASS OFFICERS Popular class advisors are Curlev and Mr. Clark Richardson. 23 HUSSKLL L. ALLISON Quiet and shy us- he may seem. Here is a hoy riftht on the beam, ■■Russ” . . . trains . . . ■Tm tir«i! " A.A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN in the P ' irst National. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Army. BERNADINE M. BACON A Kiri tvho has a lot to say, Yet, says it in a quiet way. ■■Denie” . . . violinist .. . Public Librarian. A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; HAPPIEST WHEN with Ken. FUTURE PLANS: Teacher. JAMES F. BARNEY, JR. Pleasure first and business after. His life is free and holds much laughter. ■■Jim” . . . alibis . . . ■! didn’t do it!” A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,3; HAPPIEST WHEN there’s no school. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Army. JANE BARROWS Jane’s stveet, petite, and neat, A better friend you couldn’t meet. Naturally curly hair . . . friendly . . . Crazy Day party. HAPPIEST WHEN with Dave. FUTURE PLANS: Physical Therapist. BARBARA A. BATES Her charms and looks are up to par. Her line of friends extends quite far. " Batesy Babe” . . . style . . . baby face; Basketball 1,2,3; Majorette Squad 2, Subhead 3; A.A. 1,2,3 ; Home Room officer 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Honor Roll 1; Business Girls’ Club 3; Pep Club 3; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN daydreaming. FUTURE PLANS; Mount Ida Jr. College. CHARLES L. BEAN, JR. Always happy, never sad. Many brains has this lad. “Chuck” . . . opinions . . . straight man. A.A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN his homework’s done. FUTURE PLANS; Chemical Engineer. DOLORES M. BENDAVID Always happy, with never a care. In the midst of excitement, Dolores is there. Giggler . . . happy . . . charming. Basketball 1,3; Glee Club 1,2; Usher at Senior Play 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN Saturday nights. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. JOANNE C. BLAISDELL Smile enchanting, disposition sunny. We all agree she’s siveeter than honey. Pleasing . . . baton twirler . . . sincere. Basketball 2,3; Majorette Squad 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Octet 3; Honor Roll 1. HAPPIEST WHEN dancing. FUTURE PLANS: X-Ray Technician. DIANE L. BOUDREAU Quite talkative in every class. Her good nature can’t be surpassed. Dancer . . . hospitable . . . gum chewer. Basketball 3; Monitor 2; A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Pep Club 3; Modem Dance Club 3; Carnival Ball Comm. 2. HAPPIEST WHEN dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Mount Ida Jr. College. JOHN E. BOWEN One of the best we all agree, A regular guy, it’s easy to see. Ready grin . . . hot rod operator ... a laugh a minute. A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 2. HAPPIEST WHEN with a woman. FUTURE PLANS: Marine Corps. ! .i 1 i i 1 LEE C. BOYD Vif i all his charm and all hvi wit. With all of us he sttre does fit. Dci ' p voice . . . Crazy Day sailor . . . Joyce. Baseball 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 2; Senior Play Comm. 3. H. PPIEST WHEN with Joyce. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. RUSSELL L. BOYD Tall and lanky, with a happy grin. Friends for him are easy to win. “Russ” . . . amiable . . . “48” Plymouth. Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1; Captain Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Class Social Comm. 1; Record Poll 3; Senior Play 3; Usher at Graduation 2; Honor Roll 1,2; Boys’ State Representative 2. HAPPIEST WHEN there’s no homework. FUTURE PLANS: Engineer. PAUL R. BRACCIOTTI Ready for work, on the go. Walks quite fast, talks quite slow. Ambitious . . . smooth talker . . . original. Hockey 1,2,3; Student Council President 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at Graduation 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Alternate Boys’ State 2; Foreign Exchange Student 2. HAPPIEST WHEN talking. FUTURE PLANS; College Liberal Arts. BARBARA F. BREWER Tall, slim, and full of grace. A smile of friendship warms her face. “Barb” . . . Big Ed . . . “Can I have a bite?” Ba.sketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2,3; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at Graduation 2; Business Girls’ Club 3; Pep Club 3; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN with Eddie. FUTURE PLANS: Business V. ' ork. STEPHEN M. BROWN Easy going is this man. Having fun whenever he can. “Mike” . . . slow poke ... sly grin. HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. FUTURE PLANS; Undecided. DAVID BRULE When life puts David to the test. We know that he will do his best. “Dave” . . . traveling man . . . “Study hard!” A.A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1; Glee Club 2,3; Band 2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Honor Roll 1,2. GEORGE BURKE Friends he has won by the score, He has held them what is more. Bustling . . . considerate . . . What a line! Football Manager 1; Baseball 1; A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; HAPPIEST WHEN driving. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. WARREN E. CAIN A wonderful guy with never a care, Alw ' ays on hand to do his share. Golfer . . , artistic . . . white bucks. HAPPIEST WHEN playing golf. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. DOROTHY A. CAIRNS As our head majorette this gal was great. With her pretty smile she will always rate. School-spirited . . . prefty page-boy . . . neat. Basketball 1,2,3; Majorette Squad 1,2, Captain 3; A.A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Senior Play 2; Honor Roll 2,3; Business Girls’ Club 3; Pep Club 3; Carnival Ball Pageant 2; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN on weekends and vacations. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. JAMES CAMPBELL A merry heart and ready smile, Been tvith the girls all the while. “Jimmy” . , . always a “Hi!” . . . plaid belts. A.A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping, FUTURE PLANS: Business School. Senior Class PAUL CANA VAX He may appear quiet, he may appear .ihy. But that in mischiej you nee iu his eye. Sunoco Station . . . Koocl sport . . . Mary. A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room olficc-r 1; Usher at Graduation 2. HAPPIEST WHEN’ with Mary. JOHN E. CAHH Quiet voice and expressive eyes. Makes a hit teith lials and flays. “Shortv” . . . C.Y.O. enthusiast . . . “Here he comes!” A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1.2; Glee Club 2. HAPPIEST VHE. eating. FAITH CASABIAN Sometimes she’s quiet, more often she ' s not, It makes no difference, she’s sure liked a lot. Individualist . . . pixie look . . . sailing she goes. Basketball 3; Field Hockey 2,3; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Senior Play 3; Pep Club 3; Glee Club 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: doctor. MARILYN j. CHAMBERS A girl tthose smile and curly hair. Makes her ivelcorne anywhere. “Tiny” . . . sunny nature . . . “Bundle of dynamite in a match box” A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Leo. FUTURE PLANS: marriage. PAULINE M. COMER Polly’s a girl very quiet and shy. Better to knotc as each day goes by. A perfect lady . . . worth while . . . gentle. Basketball 2; A. A. 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHE.N daydreaming. FUTURE PLANS: art school. MARY LOU DAVIS A friendly manner and pleasing personality. Introduces Mary Lou without formality. Dry Humor . . . athletic . . . musician. Glee Club 1,2,3; School Accompanist; Orchestra 3. HAPPIEST WHEN the Red Sox beat the Yankees. FUTURE PLANS: millionairess. PHILLIP DAVIS Phil is a charmer, Phil is a dream, What’s more, he’s the star of our basketball team. “Phil” . . . easy-going . . . romantic lead. Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, a; Cross Country Captain 3; Senior Play 3; Home Room Officer 3; A, A. 1,2,3; HAPPIEST WHEN playing basketball. FUTURE PLANS: college. EMILIE DELBUONO She’s here, she’s there, she’s all about, She loves to dance, a real good scout. “Hey Nancy . . . rock and roll . . . friendly. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Plav Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN loafing. FUTURE PLANS; beautician. ESTELLE M. DEVLIN Estelle’s a girl who’s full of pep. With everyone she’s right in step. “Stell” . . . athletic . . . friendly manner. Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1,2; A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Girls’ State Alternate 2; Pep Club 3; Usher at Senior Play 3; Red Feather Speaking Contest 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with the kids. FUTURE PLANS; nursing. JOYCE DEYOUNG In girls’ athletics she’s a star. Her sense of humor will take her far. Live wire . . . expressive eyes . . . Lee. Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Honor Roll 1; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Lee. FUTURE PLANS: travel. I 1 I 1 I I I J DAVID DIKE Dave’s a sport in every way. In many names, he ' s saved the day. Three-letter man . . . math lover . . . “Pass it around” Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN be has no homework. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force or contracting. SALLY A. DONAHUE Fashioned so slenderly, so young and so fair. We all can agree that her type is rare. Happy chuckle ... “I don’t get it” . . . obliging hostess. Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer, Sec. 1,2; Trcas. 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Social Comm. 2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Graduation 2; Pep Club 2; Business Girls’ Club 3; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN eating ice cream. FUTURE PLANS: office work. PATRICIA DONEGAN With a pleasant smile and a cheerful “Hi” That’s what she says as you pass her by. " Patty” . . . Irish Coleen . . . pony tail. Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 2; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN dreaming. FUTURE PLANS: secretarial work. J. KEVIN DONOVAN He smiles and laughs, he’s merry each day. He brightens all hearts and casts gloom away. Mischief in his eyes . . . bluffer . . . “Now wait a minute” Traffic Squad 1,2; A. A. 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2; Basketball manager 2,3; Home Room Officer 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Comm. 2; Quartet 3; Senior Play 3; Cross Country 3; Senior Play Comm. 3. MARILYN A. DROWN She has no time for wealth and fame. To smile and help are her only aims. Reserved . . .admirable . . . bustling. Basketball 1; A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN on a date. FUTURE PLANS: comptometer school. CLAIRE J. ELLIOT A good disposition is a gift to hold. And much more preferable than gold. Intelligent . . . blonde . . . fast walker. Student Council 1; A.A. 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Business Girls’ Club 3; HAPPIEST WHEN eating. FUTURE PLANS: foreign import secretary. ROBERT A. FIELDS He’s always around to make life gay. With his cheerful grin and easy way. “Bobby” . . . Cut up . . . cigar smoker. A.A. 1,2,3; Baseball 1; Glee Club 1. ANGELO FIONDA Athletic, carefree, keen of mind, A man like “Dozzy” is hard to find. Library passes . . . never a dull moment . . . “Time for lunch!” Football 1,2,3; Hockey 3; Baseball 1,2,3; Capt. 3; Student Council 3; A.A. 1,2,3; Clas Officer 3; Vice President; Home Room Officer, President 1,2,3. MARIE FIONDA A quiet girl, yet full of fun. With a laugh and smile for everyone. Good sport . . . salesgirl . . . athlete. Basketball 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; A.A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls’ club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN driving. FUTURE PLANS: bookkeeper. ALICE FITZGERALD Always laughing, always gay, A wonderful girl in every way. Always smiling . . . danoing feet ... oh those freckles! Basketball 2,3; A.A. 2,3; Home Room Officer, Treas. 2; Glee Club 2,3; Business Girls’ Club 3; Vice Pres.; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN at a dance. FUTURE PLANS: airline hostess. Senior Class JOHN J. FITZGERALD When he comei to school, he ' s often late. But he’s always on time to call his date. Coffee breaks . . . " Huh?” . . . Patty. Football 2.3; Baseball 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Homeroom officer. President 2,3. H.APPIEST WHEN sleepinK. FUTURE PLANS: United States Marines. ROBERT FLANAGAN Sotnetinws nay and sometimes nrave. In attitude, both hold and brave. " Bobby” . . . nice looking . . . Jerry Jingle. A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHE.N hunting. FUTURE PLANS: Traveling. DAVID C. FLETCHER His common sense cannot be topped. When talking of history, he can’t be .stopped. Long speeches . . . dry wit . . . " Demolay tonight” Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Student Council 2; Homeroom officer 1,2; Class Social Committee 1; Boys’ State Representative 2; Senior Play 3. ELLA M. FOLEY She’s small and cute and has that beat. She shows us this with her dancing feet. Scads of clothes . . . talkative . . . Larry. Majorette 2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Homeroom officer 2; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Graduation 2; Business Girls’ Club, Treasurer 3; Carnival Ball Pageant 2. HAPPIEST WHEN with Larry. FUTURE PLANS; Secretary. CHARLES W. FRAMPTON A guy who’s friendly as the day is long. He goes his way just driving along. Sunoco grease monkey . . . " Charlie” . . . sleepyhead. A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN school’s over. FUTURE PLANS: United States Navy. ROLF FURTVVAENGLER A tall blond fellow uHth a snappy wit. With all of us, he’s made a hit. " Wrangler” . . . fascinated-fascinating . . . " Girls!” Student Council 3; A. A. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN there’s a nice car, a nice night, a nice girl, and lots of money. FUTURE PLANS; Journalist. ALICE GANNON Friendly and helpful, fair and square. With a willing hand, she’s always there. Polite . . . seldom in a hurry . . . worth-while. Glee Club 2; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN listening to music. FUTURE PLANS: Practical Nurse. JAMES GIBBONS A Strong good nature which is etidless, He U never be among the friendless. “Jim • • color guard . . . willing. A. A. 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3. ANTHONY GIGANTE As small as he is, he’s always about. The guy the A. A. could not do ivithotit. “Tony” . . . Adlai . . . Chauffeur. Football 3; Hockey 1; Baseball 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Senior Play Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN cleaning jerseys for the football team. FUTURE PLANS; Northeast Broadcasting School. NORxMA L. GILE In school she is so quiet. But outside she sure is a riot. Genial . . . Dependable . . . nice to know. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2.3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Dick. FUTURE PLANS; Marriage. 1 DOUGLAS A. GOURLEY II ix curly hair and boyish firin. Must make his life a constant spin. “Doiij ' ” . . . carefree . . . Mr. Mischief himself. A. A. 1,2; Traffic squad 1; Home Room officer 1; Senior Play 3. HAPPIEST WHEN thinking of girls. FUTURE PLANS: Teaching. NANCY R. GUMMOW In all activities, she’s popular, ’tis true. An all time favorite with me and you. Personality plus . . . tease . . . “Let’s get some spirit! " A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Field hockey 1,2, Capt. 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Cheering squad 2, Capt. 3; Student Council 2,3; Chairman of Social Comm. 2; Home Room officer 2; Yearbook Staff 3; Carnival Ball Pageant 2; Prom Comm. 2,3; Usher at Grad- uation 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Physical education-College. EDWIN A. MALL He ' s not very noisy, he’s not very loud. But boy, is he active when out with the crowd! " Eddie” . . . one of the boys . . . absent from the scene. A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN there’s no homework. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARY G. HAMILL Cute and slirn and very neat. Her personality caji’t be beat. Ipana smile . . . “Going up the Spa?” . . . Paul. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Octet 3; Student Council 1,2. vic president 3; Record Poll 3; Field Hockey doctor 3; Class Officer 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Pep Club 3; Business Girls’ Club 3; Usher at Graduation 2; Carnival Ball Pageant 2; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN with Paul. FUTURE PLANS: Business school. ELEANOR M. HAMILTON Two qualities that always blend, A good sport and a loyal friend. Brown eyes . . . free periods . . . Mike. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Mike. FUTURE PLANS; Marriage. MARGARET A. HARRIGAN Smiling eyes and pretty hair. This gal ranks high everywhere. “Ann” . . . sociable . . . late-comer. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Octet 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Majorette squad 3; Yearbook staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN daydreaming. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. JEAN HARRINGTON She’s a good student and a good pal. She’s friendly and cheerful, quite a gal. “Jeanie” . . . personality . . . Steve. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Yearbook staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Graduation 2; Honor Roll 1; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Steve. FUTURE PLANS; College. JOHN HERRON He’s a brilliant scholar, ambitious, too. What a bright career he has in view! Math whiz . . . unchangeable opinion . . . “Push your own wheelbarrow!” A. A. 1,2,3; Traffic squad 1; Hockey man.ager 2; Senior Play 3; National Honor Society 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Cross Country manager 3; Boys’ State Repre- sentative 2. HAPPIEST WHEN happy. FUTURE PLANS: Industrial Engineer- ing. WILSON J. HIER, JR. Whenever he wants to, speak he will, Here’s a guy with mechanical skill. “Willie” . . . antics . . . souped-up cars. A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHE.N with his girl. FUTURE PLANS: Aeronautical Engineering. MICHAEL J. HURLEY Fun for all and all for fun. Known and liked by everyone. “Mike” . . . basketball star . . . new last year. Basketball 2,3; A. A. 2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN playing ball. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Coast Guard. Senior Class ir LAUHA JACKSON OivfHMifioii so Hood naturcd iind finr. Efficient and cupaiile in every line. I ' ony tail . . . ready to work . . . fine carriage. A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Business Girls’ Glub 3; Senior Play Usher 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2. HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. FUTUKE PLANS: Office work. PAULINE JACKSON A girl whose charm and golden hair. Make her welcome anywhere. " Polly” . . . Banker’s hours . . . affable. Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls’ Club 3; Pep Club 3; Usher at Senior Play 3. HAPPIEST WHEN working at Dairy Queen. FUTURE PLANS; Office work. DAVID JILLETTE He’s here h ’s there, he’s all about. He’s nice to know, without a doubt. Dave . . . crew cut . . . sense of humor. A. A. 1,2,3; Orchestra 2. HAPPIEST WHEN in Algebra class. FUTURE PLANS; College. HELEN L. JOHNSON A friendly girl with a jovial way. Always around to brighten our day. " Totsie” . . . Star Market . . . " You’re not funny.” Basketball 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Senior Flay 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN on weekends. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. ROBERT H. JOHNSON A sparkle in his eyes, a grin on his face, A jolly good fellow, a perfect ace. Sharp dresser . . . joker . . . wrecker. Traffic Squad 2; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 2, Pres.; Glee Club 2; Senior Play Comm. 3. HAPPIES ' T WHEN the last day of school comes. FUTURE PLANS: Service. CAROL A. KELLY She gives to every gal and guy, A friendly smile and a cheery " Hi” " Essie” . . . dimples . . . gum chewer. Basketball 1,2,3; Majorette Squad 3; Home Room officer 1,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play 3; Honor Roll 1; Pep Club 3; A.A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN she is on vacation. FUTURE PLANS: Home Economics. MAUREEN A. KELLY An Irish maiden, never bold. Many friendships does she hold. " Moe” . . . vivacious . . . Connecticut. Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN she is in Connecticut. FUTURE PLANS: Teaching. DAVID A. KENDRICK A twinkle in his eye, a grin on his face, Dave trots along at a very lively pace. “Speedy” .. . hot-rod . . . " Life is just a joke.” A.A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: Navy. DAVID F. KINNEY He is a true friend, indeed. He will help in every need. Mr. DePinna . . . courteous . . . “I’ll take it right off.” Traffic Squad 2; A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Senior Play 3. HAPPIEST WHEN on weekends. FUTURE PLANS; College. BEVERLY A. KNIGHT She’s been great throughout the years. Of making friends she .should have no fears. “Bev” . . . personality . . . dear to our hearts. Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1,2; A.A. 1,2,3; Home Rof m officer. Secretary 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Senior Play Comm. 3; Business Girls’ Club, Secretary 3. 1 I [ CARL E. KNIGHT Real work lo this lad. Is true ioy, not a fad. Earnest . . . future “Vet” . . . down to earth. A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 2,3; Student Manager, Senior Play 3; Red Feather Speaking Contest 3. IIAPPIE.ST WHEN out on a date. FUTURE PLANS: Veterinarian. PETER W. KYLE If Pete’s your friend, you ' ve chosen well. For he ' s a fitly who’s really swell. Personality plus . . . t pical Harvard man . . . naturally nice. Baseball 1,2,3; Manager, Basketball 1,2; Traftic Squad 2,3; Student Council 1,2; A. A, 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Boys’ State Representative 2; Harvard Book Award Winner 2; Delegate to State Student Council Convention 1; Christmas Singing Group 3; Red Feather Speaking Contest 3, HAPPIEST WHEN on a date. FUTURE PLANS: College. THOMAS |. LANNON Beware of Itis smile, and the mischk ' f in his eye. We’re only jokinfi—he’s really quite a guy. “Tommy” . . . golf course ... “I don’t ireed a haircut!” A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Service. JOYCE E. LAPOINTE A business-like air, flashing smile. Hosts of friends and lots of style. Merry laughter . . . “debutante” . . . boyfriends galore. Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1; Student Council 1, Vice-President; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1; Senior Play Comm. 3; National Honor Society 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Business Girls’ Club 3; Senior Play 3. HAPPIEST WHEN on dates. FUTURE PLANS: Fashion merchandising ... Jr. College. MARY ANN LORANCE A jniss, lighted and content. We know she ' s truly heaven sent. • • • joker . . . “Erieons.” Basketball 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senioi Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls’ Club 3, President. HAPPIEST WHEN on weekends. FUTURE PLANS; Kindergarten teacher. JOAN E. LUNDGREN Am exciting smile and hearty greeting. Make this girl tvell worth the meeting. “loanie” . . . perfect lady . . . refreshing. Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 2; Pep Club 3; A. A. 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Senior Play 3; National Honor Society 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2. HAPPIEST WHEN dreaming. FUTURE PLANS: Teaching. CAROL A. MACDONALD Her hair is colored jitst as honey. She makes our day seem bright and sunny. “Mac” . . . makes her presence felt . . . nice complexion. Basketball 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at Senior Play 3; Honor Roll 1; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with a Melrose High football player. FUTURE PLANS. Kathryn Gibbs. ROBERTA MACINTIRE Laughing eyes, a friendly smile. Comprise a friend worthwhile. “Berta” . . . Hollywood eyes . . . pretty features. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN not in school. FUTURE PLANS: College. JUDITfl A. MACNEIL To know this girl is quite a treat. She s always friendly, always siceet. Blondie . . . cute . . . Oh those blushes! Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1.2,3; Majorette Squad 3; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Pep Club 3. ANTHONY MAFFEO This lad is a leader, we all agree. Always popular with you and me. “Maff” . . . fast talker . . . lovable laugh. A. A. 1,2,3; Class officer 1,2, President; Home Room Officer 3; Class Social Comm. 2; Prom Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Honor Roll 1,2. Senior Class FETKH S. MAMAH A c)i ’erful and }ionevt i(uy in he. On his way to prosperity. “Pete” . . . Daddy Long Legs .. . likeable. Baseball 1; Basketball 2; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Glee Club 1,2,3. DONALD MALONSON Always a joke when things get dull. An all-around guy is our man “Mul. " Dimples . . . bead of our luncb line . . . “Gotta’ comb?” Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Traffic squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Glee Club l;Senior Play Comm. 3; Usber at Graduation 2. HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: Teaching. VALENTINO R. MATTOGNO La ugh and the world laughs with you, . .Be sad and fhe world becomes blue. “Dickie” . . . alert . . . one of the boys. A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1. HAPPIEST WHEN hunting. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy. NANCY McCarthy The will to do, the nerve to dare. Leaves this girl without a care. “Red” . . . dancing dynamite . . . happy-go-lucky, A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play 3; Pep Club 3. SALLY M. McCarthy A cute little miss, so pleasant and trim. Always so active and chuck full of vim. School spirited . . . Ronnie . . . “Tv ' e got a joke!” A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2.3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Cheering Squad 2,3; Octet 1,2,3; Traffic squad 1,2,3; Student Council 2; Prom Comm. 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Class Social Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at Graduation 2; Carnival Ball Pageant 2; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN with Ronnie. FUTURE PLANS: Mount Ida Junior College. MARGARET M. McDERMOTT Spreading sunshine in every way. With a heart that laughs both night and day. “Midge” . . . giggles . . . Dean. A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Business Girls ' Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Dean. FUTURE PLANS: marriage. Ai PATRICIA McDERMOTT There are twenty-four hours in a day. All twenty-four Pat’s bright and gay. “Shorty” . . peppy . . . sweet. Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hoekey 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1,3; Student Council 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Honor Roll 1; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN on weekends. FUTURE PLANS: College. CONCETTA MESSINA Connie’s a girl who’s truly sweet. Her personality just can’t be beat. Accordian . . . future homemaker ... a real worker. A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Play Cemm. 3; Usher at Senior Play 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Bing. FUTURE PLANS: Stenographer. JOHN M. MESSINA Kind, generous, happy too. He is hardly ever blue. Dreamer . . . shy. Baseball 1; Basketball 1; A. A. 1,2,3; HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. JOHN F. MILAN There s always fun when Jack s around A broader smile just cant be found. Personality . . . ' 47 Ford . . . “Wanna dance?” Baseball 2,3; Basketball 2,3; A. A. 2,3; Home Room Officer 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at Graduation 2. HAPPIEST WHEN out with the boys. FUTURE PLANS: Physical education— Springfield College. tri j PAUL A. MILLER A Uttic nomense now aud then. Is relished hy the best of men. “Tubby” . . . impersonations . . . comedian. Home Room officer 1,2,3; Class Social Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3; Usher at eraduation 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Boys’ Slate Representative 2. HAPPIEST WHEN working. FUTURE PLANS: teaching. MICHAEL MINGIIELLA We can tell him by his laufih, It s pleasant to cross his path. " Mike” . . . loyal . . . nonchalant walk. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Home Room Officer 1; HAPPIEST WHEN making money. FUTURE PLANS: Art school. THERESE A. MONACO Terry s cute you sure can telly And she s a friend who ' s really swell. “Terry” . . . friendly newcomer . . . waiting for a little deviltry. Basketball 3, A. A. 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN dancing. FUTURE PLANS; Ait school. LOUISE MORIERA Bright and clever, witty and snappy, “Lou’s” the one who inakes us happy. Talkative . . . stylish . . . “oh-h-h-h-h!” Bask ball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Honor Roll 1; Business Girls Club 3; Pep Club 3. FUTURE PLANS: Junior College. I PATRICIA A. MORRIS Pat, we know, dresses very chic. She surely is a cute little trick. “Definitely” . . . lovely to look at . . . “Oh! my song!” Basketball 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Senior Play 3; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN Daydreaming. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. I DOROTHY MORRISON Dottie ' s got the spirit we all like so well. For the Blue and White, she always gives a yell. “Smiley” . . . blond hair . . . “I’m a cheerleader!” Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Cheering Squad 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Comm. 2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm 3; Usher at Senior Play 3; Girls’ Business Club 3; Pep Club 3; Carnival Ball Comm. 2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN cheering. FUTURE PLANS: Commercial Artist. EDWARD J. MURRIN I Eddie ' s witty, Eddie ' s gay, I He gains many friends with his winning ways. Five-letter man . . . Oh, that Irish grin! . . . Barbara. Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1,2,3; Head Usher at Carnival Ball 2. HAPPIEST WHEN playing sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. ! JOHN M. MUSTONE A wonderful type— good sport and sincere. He sure has made a big hit, here. Math whiz . . . best things come in small packages . . . silence is golden. A. A. 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3. HAEPIEST WHEN working on construction. FUTURE PLANS: Northeastern. FRANCIS R. NAZARIAN If everyone’s laughing, it means is present. His jests and merriment make the hours more pleasant. Record collection . . . hot-rodder . . . wit. A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1; Band 1; Social Comm. 1; Senior Play 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Linda. FUTURE PLANS; Radio and T.V. School. JOHN C. NELSON The classroom’s quiet, there’s no .sound at all. Then in comes John and we all have a hall! Disposition . . . antbitious ... “I didn’t do nothin!” Hascball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Student Council 1, A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1,2; Glee Club 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Honor Roll 1.2. HAPPIEST WHEN plavmg baseball. FUTURE PLANS: Salem Teachers’ College. Senior Class KAREN NELSON She riV. her best and does it, too. A peach to know, her friendship ' s true. Co-operative . . . active . . . " Red” Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Hoorn Officer 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 3; Carnival Ball Comm. 2. HAPPIEST WHEN with other people. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. MARY F. NEWTON With a smile on her face. She’ll find her place. Never at a loss for words . . . Undisturbed . . . “Wrap it well.” Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Jimmy. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician School. MARGARET L. NICHOLSON A charming miss with a dramatic way. Her wit and smile greet us every day. “Peg” . . . stage-struck . . . future celebrity. A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1,2; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 2; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play 3. HAPPIEST WHEN headed home on the M.T.A. FUTURE PLANS: Colieic, MARY E. NICKERSON She’s as nice as any. But sweeter than many. Unheard from . . . friendly . . . “What a swell class!” A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2. HAPPIEST WHEN with children. FUTURE PLANS; Nursing and Air Force. RICHARD B. NICKERSON A silly joke, a very sly smile. “Barry’s” that way all the while. “Chubby” . . . the nicest of stares . . . “Guns are better than girls!” A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN hunting. FUTURE PLANS: Wentworth. ROBERT F. NOYES He goes through life without a care. Of the word, worry, he’s not aware. “Bobby” . . . happy wanderer . . . “Hockey’s the best sport!” Football 1,2,3; Hockey 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room officer 1; Glee Club 1; Senior Play Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Linda. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERT W. OLSEN Always laughing and fooling around. A better friend could never be found. “Olie” . . . adventurous ... “I ain’t doin’ nuttin!” Basketball 1; A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. FUTURE PLANS; Navy. PATRICIA L. PATTERSON Personality plus and an athlete at heart, She s been popular with us right from the start. ‘‘Picker’ . . . life of any party . . . quick comeback. Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Captain 3; Cheering Squad 3; Traffic Squad 1; Student Council 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Class officer 1,2,3; Secretary; Home Room Officer 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Record Poll 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at Graduation 2; Prom Comm. 3; Carnival Attendant 4 HAPPIEST WHEN causing pandemonium. FUTURE PLANS: Mount Ida Junior College. THEODORE FEABODY A lot of talk, full of fun. His joy in life has just begun. “Teddy” ... a line a mile long . . . hockey star. Football 1,2,3; Hockey 1,2,3; A.A. 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN skating. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. DONNA L. PEACOCK Her little tongue is never still. Talk it must and talk it will. School spirited . . . liked by all . . . “Hey, you guys, wait for me.” Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Class Social Comm. 1; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play 3; Pep Club Senior Co-chairman 3; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN always. FUTURE PLANS; College. DAVID A. FELTON Gentle in manner, resolute in deed. At the sound of his voice we all take heed. “Dave” . . . studious . . . N. Y. accent. A. A. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN working on ceramics. FUTURE PLANS: College. NANCY L. PEHKINS Our friend Nancy is in the swinfi. Always prepared for anything. Who’s the redhead? . . . bluejeans . . . “Oh, please tell me?” A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Secretary; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN loafing. FUTURE PLANS; Hairdresser. MARILYN PETTO We all find Marilyn good and steady. She’s always a friend, true and ready. Gracious . . . business first . . . “Are you going?” Glee Club 2; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN dreaming. FUTURE PLANS: Hairdressing. THOMAS E. POTTER A fun-loving guy, fancy free. That’s the way he wants to be. “Tommy” . . . It’s good to make a jest . . . parties. HAPPIEST WHEN working. FUTURE PLANS: Service. RICHARD J. POWERS As football captain, he was great. With all of us he sure does rate. Sleeping . . . “Is that right?” . . . Tina. Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,3; Basketball 1,2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Usher at Graduation 2; Carnival King 4. HAPPIEST WHE.N playing football. FUTURE PLANS; Undecided. DALE V. RICHARD A cute girl it s true, with her dimples so deep. Here is a friend that you make and you keep. Hen Parties . . . slim figure . . . “Oh, those polkas!” Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1,2; Treasurer; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls " Club 3; Pep Club 3; Carnival Attendant 4. HAPPIEST WHEN dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Hair- dressing. CHARLES RITTERSHAUS He may seem quiet, he may seem shy. But when there s fun, he’s always near-by. “Charlie " ’ . . . caddy . . . captivating smile. HAPPIEST WHEN in the library. FUTURE PLANS: Working. BARBARA L. ROBERTS Bubbling over with joy is she. Her goal in life is to stay happy. “Barbara Lee” . . . Oh, that laugh! ... at peace with all. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Glenn. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. FRED P. ROHRBACHER Always on the sunny side of the street, A nicer guy you never could meet. “Just plain Fred. " " . . . nonchalant . . . roguish smile. SANDRA ROLFE Sam’s a girl who’s lots of fun. She’s admired and liked by everyone. Tinkling laughter . . . live wire . . . “Chicken inspector! " " Basketball 3; Cheering Squad 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Prom Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at Senior Play 3; Pep Club 3; Carnival Ball Comm. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Bob. FUTURE PLANS: Commercial Artist. Senior Class AHTIIUH J. HOTONDI CinnUnn, iokirif! never a frown, Altoays looks up, never looks down. Silly . . . chatterbox ... “I have a question!” A. A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff; Senior Play 3. HAPPIEST WHEN Driving. FUTURE PLANS: Doctor. JOAN ROTONDI Where there’s fun, she ' s always in it. Never still for half a minute. “Joanie” . . . Petite and neat . . . pixie. Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1; Home Room Officer 1; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN Summer Vacations. FUTURE PLANS; Interior Decorator. NANCY ROUILLARD Of our class, she’s the brightest star. Known by all from near and far. Future World Champ . . . busy as a beaver . . . “Oh, my marks!” A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Glee Club 1,2; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN Skating. FUTURE PLANS: Skating and 1960 Olympics. FREDERICK SAWIN Fred’s an all-round guy with a wonderful smile. When it comes to personality, he’s ahead by a mile. Dependable . . . crew cut . . . leader. Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; Class Officer 1,2; President 3; Home Room Officer 1,2,3; Class Social Comm. 1; Usher at Carnival Ball 2; Page at Carnival Ball 1; Cross Country 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Brenda. FUTURE PLANS: College. THERESA A. SEKERCHAK Looks, charm and complexion plus. She’s liked by one and all of us. “Tina” . . . blushing . . . “Powers can! !” Basketball 3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Cheering Squad 3; Traffic Squad 1; Student Council 2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Marshal at Graduation 2; Carnival Ball Queen 3,4. HAPPIEST WHEN at Christmas time. FUTURE PLANS; Nursing. JOHN H. SHANNON “This is a Man’s world!” he will declare. He may not like girls, but he’s sure not a square. Impish . . . Joe College . . . smooth. Basketball 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; Student Council 3; A. A. 1,2,3; Class Officer 1; Glee Club 1; Class Social Comm. 3; Prom Coir.m. 3; Senior Play 3; Usher at Graduation 2; Cross Country, Co-Captain ' 3. HAPPIEST WHEN doing what he likes. FUTURE PLANS; College. PATRICIA SKJOLD A sincerely pleasant girl is she. Forever busy as a bee. " Specs” . . . fun to be with . . . shy. A. A. 1,?,3; Glee Club 2,3; Pep Club 3; Honor Roll 2; Senior Tea Comm. 2. HAPPIEST WHEN summer vacations. FUTURE PLANS; Tufts College. ARTHUR SMITH A dry wit and a clever brain, A high purpose is his aim, “Art” . . . Demolay . . . husky. Basketball 1; Traffic Squad 1; A. A. 1,2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Usher at Graduation 2. HAPPIEST WHEN fishing. FUTURE PLANS: College. DAVID O. SOULE Strong in character, strong in mind, A high place in the world he unll find. Deep voice . . . terrific laugh . . . Europe bound. Student Council 1; A.A. 1,2,3; Band 1; Class Officer 1; Home Room Officer 1,2; Class Social Comm. 1; Senior Play 3; Senior Play Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN traveling. FUTURE PLANS: College— creative writing. VIVIAN SPAULDING More school spirit is hard to find. She looks ahead instead of behind. “Viv” . . . hockey fan . . . athletic men are for her. A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Traffic squad 1; Pep Club 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN at a hockey game. FUTURE PLANS; Red Cross Worker. H. RODNEY SPEAR Rodney has always liked pleasure the best. But he doesn ' t leave the work to all the rest. Prankster . . . his weakness is temptation . . . “I’m willin’.” A. A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN himtiiiR. FUTURE PLANS: Franklin Institute. RUTH STEWART A spirited majorette is she. Who laughs (nid talks with equal glee. Attractive . . . “Where’s Ella? ’ . . . Dickie. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Majorette squad 2,3; Home Room Officer 1; Yearbook staff 3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Pep Club 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Dickie. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial work. CHARLES F. SULLIVAN Although it was hard, he ' s done his best. And now the teachers can take a rest. " Red” . . . Life of Riley . . . “Tickets, please!” A. A. 1,2, Assistant 3; Baseball 1; Glee Club 1; Football ManaRer 1,2; Yearbook Staff 3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Traffic Squad 1. HAPPIEST WHEN collecting tickets for Mr. A. E. DeTeso. FUTURE PLANS: Service. DIANE SURRETTE Up to date, right in style. Her line of friends extends a mile. Fashionable . . . car-happy . . . quiet in a loud sort of way. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Pep Club 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with John. FUTURE PLANS: Business school. ARTHUR SWEENEY Fair and square. His type is rare. “Muscles” , . . ambitious . . . “the melody lingers on” A. A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Ann. FUTURE PLANS: Cook in the U. S. Navy. ELAINE TALMANSON She may he quiet, she may he demure. She may be— but don ' t be too sure. " Tallie” .. . clothes-horse ... a brunette Goldilocks. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Tiaffic Squad 2; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN on a date. FUTURE PLANS: Colle ge. JUNE L. THIEME June ' s a cute and clever lass. With pep and vim and lots of Class. Cub reporter . . . collegiate ... on the ball. A. A. 1,2, Assistant 3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1,3; Tiaffic Scpiad 1; Student Council 1,2,3; Class President 1; Class Social Chr. 3; Home Room Officer 1,2,3; Editor-in- Chief of Yearbook 3; Prom Comm. 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Handbook Comm. 2,3; Senior Play Selecting Comm. 3; Senior Play Comm. 3; Class Social Comm. 1,2,3; Usher at Graduation 2; Carnival Ball Voting Comm. 2. HAPPIEST WHEN in history class or at the Boston Arena. FUTURE PLANS: Journalism- University of Oklahoma. JACQUELINE A. THOMPSON WheJi fun and duty clash. Let duty go to smash. “Jackie” . . . good dancer . . . ‘Happiness was born a twin.’ A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,3; Field Hockey 1; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Business Girls ' Club 3; Pep Club 3. HAPPIEST WHE.N it’s night of graduation. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician school. PATRICIA A. THOMPSON Quietly she gofs her icay. Does her share with little to say. “Pat” . . . unassuming . . . dancing Icit. A. A. 1,2.3; (dec Club 1.2,3; Senior Tea Comm. 2. HAPPIEST WHEN with Joe. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. JOANNE d ' HORNTON Her flashitig uit and humor, we agree, ake her pleasant eompany. Sophistication . . . cashmere sweaters . . . adorable. A. A. 1,2,3; Basketball 1,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Business (drls Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Richie. FUTURE PLANS: Bryant-Stratton. Senior Class i I I f NANCY I. TIDKY Friendly, helpful, cheerful, kind, Quite as nice as one cati find. Studious . . . slow to catch on . . . Hob. A. A. 1,2,3; Cdcc Club 1,2,3; Basketl a)) 1,2,3; Traffic Squad 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Senior Tea 0 mm. 2; Senior Play Comrn. 3; Honor Roll 2; Pei (3u!) 3; Red Keatber Speaking Contest 3; Womens’ Club Representative 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Bob. FUTURE PLANS: University of Massacbuseits. THOMAS K. 1 ' HEACY A hockey player, tee are y.lad. Is this liyht’haired, handsome lad. l opular . . . quiet expression . . . “Books, bah! Women ab-b-b!” A. A. 1,2,3; Student Council, V’ice-President 2, Treasurer 3; Football 1,2,3; Hockey 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Marshal at Graduation 2. HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. FUTURE I LANS: College. HELEN R. TREMBLAY IFs not that she likes study less. It’s just that she likes fun the besi. Everyday’s a holiday . . . tailor-made . . . poised. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,3; Field Hockey 1; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Pep Club 3; Busines.s Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN it’s night of graduation. FUTURE PLANS: Wilfred Academy. DONALD W. TURNER ' Mischief ’ is his middle name. To Donnie, school is just a game. Athletic . , . lively . . . teachers’ plague. Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Hockey 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with the girls. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Air Force. MAUREEN VALLELY We think Maureen is quite a girl, We know she’s pretty as a pearl. Lovely to look at . . . unheard from . . . fashion plate. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Business Girls’ Club 3. WAYNE VELTON He’s known to all for his hot rod,” He makes a friend with one quick nod. Quiet, sometimes . . . printer . . . good sport. A. A. 1,3; Traffic squad 1; Honor Roll 1. HAPPIEST WHEN with his girl. FUTURE PLANS: Service. ROBERTA A. WALKER Her excellent marks make her well known. Her voice stays at a pleasant tone. Studious . . . majorette . . . conservative. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Basket- ball 2; Field Hockey 1; Majorette Squad 3; Monitor 1,3; Senior Play 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Yearbook Staff 3; Usher at Graduation 2; National Honor Society 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Girls’ State Alternate 2; Good Citizenship Award. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with Jimmy. FUTURE PLANS: Katherine Gibbs. DONA M. WALLACE Her friendly smile, her sweet hello. Will be her passport wherever she’ll go. Pleasant . . . jelly sandwiches . . . Harry. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2; Yearbook Staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Pep Club 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN with her friends. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. JOHN A. WALTON A quiet, sincere hoy is he. Dislikes the girls, as we can see. Star Market employee . . . curly hair. JOAN WHITTAKER A ready )oke Club 1,2,3. Happy today, aware of tomorrow. When with her there is no sorrow. Merry . . . co-operative . . . agreeable companion. A. A. 2,3; Glee Club 2; Yearbook staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Usher at Senior Play 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN on a date. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. EDITH WILE Poise and grace are the seeds of success. Her life will he filled with happiness. “Eclii‘” . . . clothes from Vogue . . . stunning. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Traffic Squad 1; Field Hockey 1; Majorette Squad 2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Usher at graduation 2; Honor roll 1; Girls’ State Representative 2; Red Feather Speaking Contest 1. HAPPIEST WHEN all the time. FUTURE PLANS: Boston University. ; RUTH L. WOOD t A sense of humor has this gal, I Everyone ' s friend, everyone’s pal. , Chatterbox . . . cute figure . . . hot ticket. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Pep Club 3; Business Girls’ Club 3. ’ PATRICIA W. WOOD S Serenely moving on her way, , In horns of trial and dismay. ' Accompanist . . . perpetual motion . . . say no more than necessary. A. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Octet 2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Class i officer 2; Home Room officer 1,2; Student Council 2; Prom Comm. 2; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; Pep Club 3; Red Feather Speaking Contest 1,3. HAPPIEST WHEN with interesting people. FUTURE PLANS: College. I WARREN T. WOODS [ Full of wit from his head to his toes, I What he is thinking of, no one knows. I Clown . . . future millionaire . . . “Why work?’’ A.A. 1,2,3. HAPPIEST WHEN , never happy. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. i LISBETH E. WYMAN Although she’s quiet, we like her well. She’s known by all as a girl who’s swell. “Libby” . . . intelligent . . . pleasant. A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2; Monitor 2; Yearbook Staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Pep Club 3. HAPPIESl WHEN with the kids. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERT J. YOUNG With courage and might. He’ll win life’s fight. Personality . . . avid reader . . . “Take it easy.” A.A. 1,2,3; Student Council 1. HAPPIEST WHEN out with the girls. FUTURE PLANS: Business world. JAMES SALVAGE Glad to have met him, think he is grand. He’s made many friends, just as he planned. Jimmy . . . character . . . the silent type. A.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1. HAPPIEST WHEN playing golf. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. FRED SHAFFER Though he was with us for just one year. He brought us lots of good will and cheer. Friendly new comer . . . affable . . . sincere. HAPPIEST WHEN bringing in the money. FUTURE PLANS: College. enior Class Paul Bracdotti: Most Original, Most Admirable, Nancy Gummow: Best All Around, Best Dancer, Class Athlete, Most Popular, Most Admirable, Angelo Fionda; Class Athlete, Pat Patterson: Most Personality, Most Mischievous, Class Comedian, Class Live Wire, Best Natured, Biggest Line. Tina Sekerchak: Class Pair, Richie Powers: Most School-spirited, Most Popular, Best Dressed, Best All Around, Best Dancer, Class Pair, Class Sweetheart. Donna Peacock: Most Talkative, Paul Miller: Most Personality, Best Natured, Joyce La Pointe: Best Dressed, Roberta Walker: Most Studio " Alice Gannon: Class Giggler, Charlie Ritter- shous: Most Bashful, John Walton: Woman Pauline Comer: Most Bashful, Man Hater. Jack Fitzgerald: Best Looking, Most Mis- chievous, Sally Me Carthy: Class Heartbreaker, Class Sweetheart, Best Looking, Thomas Treacy: Best Looking, Favorite Boy. June Thienie: Most School Spirited, Most Reliable, Most Likely to Succeed, Most Efficient, Most Independent, Class Lead- er, Fred Sawin: Class Leader, Peter Kyle; Most Reliable, Most Likely to Sueceed, Most Studious, Most Efficient, Most Independent, Class Scientist. 7: avofites Mary Lou Davis: Class Musieian, Faith Casabian: Most Original, Nancy Rouil- lard: Most Talented, Warren Cain: Most Talented, Class Artist, Sandy Rolfe: Most Original, Class Artist. Anthony E. De Teso, Favorite Teacher. Camera Shy Arthur Rotondi: Most Talkative, Class Giggler, Class Teacher Plague, David Brule: Class Musician, John Walton: Class Woman Hater. ' Actor James Dean Actress Kim Novae Pastime Sleeping Singer ( Male ) Elvis Presley i Singer (Female) Patti Page Song “True Love” j Subject Gym T. V. Program Mickey Mouse Club 8 Comic Jerry Lewis I; Sport Hockey " Funniest Event Crazy Day Most Remembered Event Crazy Day Phil Davis: Class Live Wire, Bob Nazarian: Class Clown, Class Comedian, Nancy Me Carthy: Class Clown, Class Teacher Plague, Biggest Time Killer, Edith Wile: Class Bluf- fer, Bob Noyes: Class Bluffer, Biggest Line, Biggest Time Killer. ’57’s Finest Rolf Furtwaengler: Class Heartbreaker, Lisbeth Wyman: Class Scientist, Dottie Cairns; Class Flirt, Jackie Milan: Class Flirt. y to Sportsmanshi ATHLETICS Many lessons may be learned on the athletic field as well as in the classroom. A sound athletic program is the key that opens the door, so to speak, to sports- manship, fair play and respect for your fellow man. Just such a pro gram is available at Stoneham High School. Out to win the game, the teams tried their best; out to uphold the reputation of true sportsmen, the teams were not excelled. Win or lose, they were a credit to their school, their community and themselves. 42 First Row: S. Camuso, A. Fionda, E. Murrin, S. Damelio, D. Turner, T. Treacy, B. Noyes, P. Hureau. Second Row: B. Mundo, K. Cataldo, D. Dike, R. Powers, E. Eramo, R. Powers, D. Malonson. FOOTBALL . . . they upheld I the true The Stoneham High eleven played some great football this season. The new head coach, Pat Ranauro, and his able assistant, Jack Downs, put together a well-drilled team which gave each team in the league an interesting after- noon. Playing in the newly formed Middlesex League, the boys had a creditable season, finishing with a 1—4—3 record. Highlights of the season were the 14—13 win o er Concord and ties with Wakefield, Melrose and Lexington. “Toiiclulown!” Capt. Powers plunges o er against Reading. Top men at S.Il.S. are able eoaehes Pat Ranauro and Jack Downs and Imstling co-captains Richie Powers and Eddie Eramo. SCOREBOARD Steve Camuso throws a block and lands on his stomach while Powers struggles for yardage against Reading. Stoneham 13 . Melrose 13 Stoneham 0 Winchester .18 Stoneham 13 Lexington .. . 13 Stoneham 14 Concord 7 Stoneham 6 Danvers 7 Stoneham 13 , . Wakefield 13 Stoneham 19 Belmont 26 Stoneham 6 Reading ... 7 i ideals of sportsmanship. This year’s team was led by co-captains Richie Powers and Eddie Eramo. Our hard charging forward wall was sparked by Angelo Fionda, Eddie Murrin, Tom Treacy and Bob Noyes. Standouts in the backfield were Richie Powers, third leading scorer in the league, hard running Don Malonson and Billy Mundo. Breaking clear, Malonson carries the ball ten yards before he is tackled by a Reading player on the twelve yard line. Leading the 1956 S.H.S. football squad through thick and thin was co-captain Richie Powers. His spirit and ability were a credit to S.H.S. S.H.S. Rockettes. “Give ’em the b lue, give ’em the white, let’s fight! !’’ Left to right: J. Crosby, P. Patterson, S. Rolfe, S. MacBeth, S. McCarthy, J. Hines, D. Morrison, V. Brownell, C. Bartlett, L. Crow, Capt. N. Gummow, T. Sckerchak was absent when the picture was taken. CHEERLEADERS Vivacious and well-liked captain Nancy Gummow has shown enthus- iasm and interest throughout the year, and S.H.S. hails her as one of its best representatives ever! An enthusiastic cheering section inspires any team to greater heights. We were indeed for- tunate, therefore, to have such a loyal group of cheerleaders leading the cheers for our ath- letic teams this year. Senior Stars! “Victory, victory is our cry!’’ D. Morrison, S. McCarthy, Capt. N. Gummow, P. Patterson, and S. Rolfe demonstrate the ability of the 19.57 cheerleaders. T. Sckerchak was absent when the picture was taken. Led by their captain, Nancy Gummow, these girls made a colorful picture as they rallied the spectators behind our teams. Their spirit was an inspiration to all. Strutting S.H.S. majorettes. Kneeling: B. Bates, T. Milan, C. Avellino, Captain D. Cairns, L. Bruce, R. Stewart, E. Wile. Second rote: ( McNeil, E. Foley, A. Harrigan, J. Blaisdell, E. Eramo. Third row: R. Walker, L. Bryant, J. Finnegan. MAJORETTES Strutting and twirling her way into the hearts of Stoneham football fans was Captain Dottie Cairns. Her charm and ability made her an out- standing personality at S.H.S. t The majorettes, led by Captain Dorothy Cairns, pro ' ided many interesting moments for the i! spectators at the football games this season, i Their long hours of practice paid off when they ; were well received by those attending the games, i They made a very colorful picture as they exe- ! cuted their routines to music played by the j Stoneham High School Band. This group, with j their twirling, strutting and spirit, will long be remembered by those who saw them in action. Beauty at its best! Senior majorettes include First rote: B. Bates, sub-head; R. Stewart, E. Wile, sub-head. Second row: A. Harrigan, R. Walker, Capt. D. Cairns, J. Blaisdell, E. Foley. VARSITY: Center: M. Hamill; Clockwise: Coach Deniarjian, S. McCarthy, P. Patterson, N. Guniinow, J. DeYoung, T. Sekerchak, L. Moreria, V. Spaulding, P. McDermott, D. Peacock, J. H ines, J. Brownell, M. Minghella, S. Newton, E. Devlin. FIELD HOCKEY The spirit was high as the field hockey season began with a struggle at Winchester. The games to follow were a fight from beginning to end with the help of Co-captains Nancy Gummow and Pat Patterson. The season, on the whole, was a great success. JUNIOR VARSITY: First row, left to right: D. Morrison, E. Niles, J. Larson, M. Kelly, J. Nelson, B. Port, S. Donahue, S. Klainer, E. Talmanson. Second row: D. Surette, C. Sawin, A. Jandris, E. Ramsdell, L. Anderson, M. Cannaletti, B. Brewer, Coach Deniarjian, J. Crosby, S. Mariott, C. Bartlett, N. Seaver, J. Covell, J. Me Neil, B. Shultz, P. Jackson. Co-captains Nancy Gummow and Pat Patterson Participants in the annual basketball tournament were, First Row, left to right: J. Rotondi, E. Talmanson, B. Bates, K. Nelson, D. Boudreau, A. Fitzgerald, J. Lundgren, H. Johnson, E. Wile, N. Tidey, Co-Captains, J. DeYoung and N. Gummow, S. McCarthy, P. Patterson, J. MacNeil, S. Donahue, E. Foley, L. Moreria, R. Woods. Second row: D. Surrette, M. Lorance, P. Comer, M. Hamill, R. Stewart, B. Brewer, M. Davis, D. BenDavid, M. Newton, D. Richard, D. Peacock, V. Spaulding, C. Messina, B. Bacon, E. Devlin, A. Harrigan, M. Kelly, P, Woods, D. Morrison, D. Cairns, P. McDermott, C. Kelly and C. MacDonald. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Nancy Gummow drops one in. This year’s interclass tournament was the most successful ever. The fine per- formances of all the teams gave evidence of the many hours of practice under the direction of Coach Dorothy Demarjian. Shoot! 1 • « • • 1 - A Sip 1 First Row: D. Truesdale, R. Flahive, E. Murrin, R. Powers, VV. Baril. Second Row: S, Shannon, P. Kyle, W. Mundo, J. Boyd, S. Gilson, Coach Elerin. BASKETBALL The team, led by Captain Eddie Murrin, gave a good account of itself in the Middle- sex League this year. While not particular- ly successful in terms of wins and losses, the squad never stopped trying and gave some of the top teams in the league a battle all the way. Eddie Murrin and Bobby Flahive battle desperately for a rebound. Eddie Murrin practices a driving layup. Captain Tommy Treacy specialized in impossible saves. I Teddy Peabody and Bobby Noyes take off after the puck. Spectators at our hockey games were treat- ed to some e.xciting moments as the team played inspired hockey all season long. Even though they were underdogs in al- most every game, the boys never gave up and managed to win several games in the G. B. I. League. Captain Tommy Treacy was a standout in the nets as he made sensational saves in every game. Teddy Peabody and Bobby Noyes sparkled on the offense for the Blue and White. HOCKEY il II ■ Kneeling: C. Adams, T. Muse, T. Peabody, T. Treacy, R. Noyes, P. Roach, R. Antonnucci. • Standing: Coach Downs, R. Gibbons. R. Odium, T. Crosby, D. Turner, R. Goetz, R. Huebner, H S. Camuso, P. Bracciotti, K. Cataldo, B. Roach, R. Salle, Coach Millett. I’lie 1957 squad First Rem, left to right: ]. Milan, Kalpli Powers, W. Baril, T. Donahue, J. Fitzgerald, A. Fionda, H. Noyes, J. Davis, Coaeh DeTeso. Second Row: A. DeTeso, W. Rutz, J. Flynn, K. Cataldo, S. Cainuso, R. Huebner, Robert Powers, R. Odium, P. Our sluggers. Kyle. Third Row: A. Gigante, R. Hudson. BASEBALL The warm weather in March enabled the team to get outdoors earlier than usual. This year’s team was led by co-captains Fionda and Fits- gerald. Coach DeTeso had a veteran aggregation this season. Standouts were R. Noyes, A. Fionda, R. Powers, J. Fitzgerald, W. Mundo, and S. Camuso. Stoneham had one of its most successful The mound staff loosens up. C.’oac ' h DeTeso confers with co- captains Fitzgerald and Fionda. seasons in years as it competed in the Middlesex League. i I ' ir t Hole, left to ri lit: C. Knijilit, 1{. lUiiiulrcss, A. Cliapnuui, I’l ' oplos. H. Brown, |. Aldin. Second How: 1 ' . Swain, K. ! Donov an, U. HaU-, 1 . Fnrtw aonglcr, j, Herron. i TRACK For the first time in the school’s history, Stoneham had a track team. Working with untested material, Coach Ryan brought the team along slowly but by the season’s end it was develop- ! ing into a first class outfit. Standouts were A. Chapman and Holf F ' urtwaengler. CROSS COUNTRY High point men were A, Chapman and J. Shannon. Cross country was brand new at Stoneham this year. Though inexperienced, the team ran against teams from neighboring communities and gave a good account of itself. First Rote, left to right: R. Hale, K. Donovan, R. Rliindress. Second Row: A. Chapman, F. Sawin, J. Herron, J. Sullivan, J. Shannon. STONEHik me n scH DiT track , sOf ' ATSf ey to Participation ACTIVITIES Activities added gaiety and laughter as well as the responsibilities of leadership to our school life. In music, drama, dances, student government or honor- ary awards we had the key to participation with which we learned how . ' to work well together. 54 June Thieme Posing for The Torch? Bedlam in The Maureen Kelly Editor-in-chief Charlie Sullivan and Torch Office Busineux Manager John Shannon Business StaH—Seated, left to right: C. Sullivan, B. Brewer, M. Kelly, Mrs. Garvin, advisor, J. Campbell, J. La Pointe, A. Rotondi. Standing: P. Jackson, C. Messina, K. Nelson, L. Jackson, J. Whittaker, D. Wallace, C. Mac Donald, P. Donnegan, M. Lorance. Much creative work goes into the publication of The Torch— the initial planning of the content, dum- mies, photography, drawings, copy, finances, and distribution! For all this, my thanks go to those on the staffs who contributed willingly of their time and talents in preparing this book. I sincerely appreciate the untiring zeal and assistance of Mr. Bernard Smith and Mrs. Sadie Marshall, without whose help this book coidd ne er have been. CTXe ore It They made Art Staff— Seated, left to right: T. Monaco, M. Newton, C. Knight, Mrs. Baker, advisor, S. Rolfe, N. Gummow, S. Donahue. Standing: D. Richards, P. Nickolson, Nt. Me Dermott, J. Blaisdell, R. Stewart. D. Nforrison. Literary Staff-Seated, left to right: S. Me Carthy, P. Kyle, Mrs. Marshall, J. Thieme, Mr. Smith, A. Harrigan, E. Wile. Standing: E. Wyman, J. Lundgren, J. Harrington, N. Tidey, R. Walker, C. Kelly, D. Cairns. the torch possible Editor Thieme studies the dum- my with help from staff mem- bers P. Kyle, S. Me Carthy, C. Kelly, A. Harrigan, D. Cairns. “Complete coverage of the year’s activities in words and pictures” was the motto of the Year- book staff. Only through the efforts and enthu- siasm of the staffs and advisors was this accom- plished. We carry this Torch proudly as we leave Stoneham High School. Working hard? N. Tidey, R. Walker, J. Harrington, E. " Yman, J. Lundgren, and E. Wile rush to meet a deadline. Maureen Kelly, Sally Me Carthy and June Thieme discuss the 1957 Torch. 57 Say it This year the music clubs, octet, and special soloists under the able direction of Mrs. Gilda Wipperman, Mr. Alfred Todaro, and Mr. Hollan d Tapley again presented e.xcellent musical programs at the Carnival Ball, Spring Concert, Christ- mas Program, Memorial Day e.xercises, and Graduation. The Girls’ Glee Glub was supervised by Mrs. Gilda Wipperman. The group was well received wherever it performed. The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Rolland Tapley, provides the music at many of the school functions. Representing Stoneham High School at the All- State Music Festival were S. Shannon, P. Woods, D. Flanders and S. McCarthy. 58 The Girls’ Octet consisted of M. Cannaletti, J. Blaisdell, M. Harrigan, M. Hamill, L, Crow, A. French, P. Woods, and S, McCarthy. The band gave us many enjoyable moments when- ever it performed. Our music clubs have always been outstand- ing and this year’s groups were no exception. These talented groups were a credit to Stone- ham High School. Mrs. Wipperman, Mr. Todaro, and Mr. Tapley are to be congratu- lated for turning out such fine organizations. I I I with music The Boys’ Glee Club, directed by Alfred Todaro, was a favorite of all of us I Joan Lundgren, Robert Walker, Fred Shaffer, Peter Kyle, John Herron, and Joyce La Pointe. National Honor Society The purpose of the Honor Society is to promote scholarship, develop leadership, and to render service to the school and community. Students having a “B” or better average are eligible for membership. Members are a credit to the student body and the community. Mr. Robert Millett, advisor of the Honor Society. I Athletic Association The spark injected in the A. A. this year was magnetic. The Booster Club’s membership drive, headed by Mr. Wendell Horton with the support of the student body and townspeople, met with outstanding success. Promoting interest, enthu- siasm, and participation in all our athletic pro- grams, the A. A. plays an important part in S.H.S. First Row, left to right: j. Fitzgerald, R. Powers, A. P’ioncla. Second Row; N. Chimmow ' , T. Treaty, E. Murrin, Mr. Deteso, Faculty Manager, J. Shannon, P. Davis, P. Patterson. I I I I I First Row, left to right: N. Gunimow, P. Patterson, M. Hamill, P. Bracciotti, P. McDermott, J. Shannon, J. Thieme. Second Roto: L. Bruce, S. LaPointe, M. Milan, M. Grassia, B. Schultz, R. Furtwaengler, J. Finnegan, B. Hart, J. White, M. Butler, N. Flor. i Paul Braciotti j President j I Student Council In carrying out democratic ideas, any group deserves a chance to express opinions in matters related to the group. In S.H.S. such an oppor- tunity is offered to members of the Student Council. The student body, through its repre- sentatives, can offer suggestions, ask questions, and take a real part in school affairs. The councillors contributed a great deal to student government and to the development of school leaders. JUNIOR OFFICERS Left to right: B. Schultz, M. Gonnors, W. Mundo, Mr. Higgins, Adviser, P. Dudley, M. Butler, E. Deacon. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS First Row, left to right: M. Grassia, M. Milan. Second Row: C. Adams, D. Callan, Mr. Hamel, Adviser. S. Camuso. 61 Twr U Uir .Li I The cast takes a curtain call. You Can’t Take A very entertaining comedy, “You Can’t Take It With You,” was presented in March by the Senior class. The play, directed by Mrs. Vera Curley and Miss Helen Carr, was thoroughly enjoyed by capacity crowds at both performances. Tliere was a young lady from Wheeling !” Roberta W ' alker and Phil Davis played the romantic leads. ‘Dance, ballerina, dance!” ‘Once I start a play ,I don’t touch a drop until intermission.” Wrestling, anyone? Curley directed this year’s play. It With You CAST Penny Sycamore Paul Sycamore Alice Sycamore Anthony Kirby, Jr Essie Carmichael Ed Carmichael Martin VanDerholf Donald Margaret Nicholson . . . .Arthur Rotondi . . . .Roberta Walker Philip Davis Carol Kelly ...Francis Nazarian John Herron . . . . David Fletcher . . . .Donna Peacock David Kinney David Soule Peter Kyle . . . .Joyce Lapointe .... Faith Casabian . . .Nancy McCarthy , . . . Kevin Donovan John Shannon . . .Douglas Gourley . . . Anthony Gigante Mrs. Vera Mr. DePinna Mr. Kolenkov Mr. Kirby Mrs. Kirby Grand Duchess Olga Katrina Gay Wellington Mr. Henderson F B I Man F B I Man ‘‘Sex-Wall Street. Honeymoon-dull!” 63 The King and Queen pose with the Court attendants. Winter Carnival A winter wonderland combined with regal magnificence made a breath-taking scene at this year’s Winter Carnival. King Richie and Queen Teresa presided as singers and dancers gaily performed be- fore the realistic scenery brought to life by the talents of Mrs. Baker. King Richie Powers and Queen Theresa Sekerchak. t ' II i I They watch in awe as the royal couple dances by. Diane Boudreau taps out “The St. Louis Blues.” Betty, Ernie and their “Mutual Admiration Society.” 1 , 1 ' W “The Nairobi Trio” unmasks. A precision drill by our Majorettes. Old Vienna comes to the Royal Court. Never again. Arnie Ginsberg spins a request. Record Hop A capacity crowd attended the annual Yearbook Record Hop held in the Town Hall during the Christ- mas vacation. The records were spun by Arnie Ginsberg. The student body and alumni home for the holidays made this one of the most enjoyable dances of the vear. The beat is set and the dance begins. All hands clapped and all toes tapped. Kock around the clock! A bevy of beautiful girls, their handsome escorts, danceable music, and the country club atmos- phere of Bear Hill combined to make the annual Prom chaperones were, left to right: Mr. Nadeau, Mrs. Nadeau, Mr. Marshall, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Curley, Miss Regish, Mr. Richardson, Mrs. Horton, Mr. Horton. Junior-Senior Prom a night long to be remem- bered by all who attended. The social committee is to be congratulated for its hard work which made this year’s event such an enjoyable one. The loveliest night of the year. Nancy Gummow and Bob Davidson are among the first to arrive. Girls and Boys State Representatives Representing Stoneham at Girls’ and Boys’ State were, left to right: J. Herron, R. Boyd, E. Wile, P. Kyle, D. Fletcher. Exchange Student One of the most popular members of the class of 1957 was Rolf Furtwaeng- ler, an exchange student from Ger- many. We all felt it was a distinct privilege to have been able to know Rolf. This very personable young man was an active participant in all our school affairs. It is our fervent wish that the student exchange program will be continued. Through such a program we get to understand other peoples of the world. An understanding of others will go a long way toward solving the problems now confronting us. the Key to better living ADVERTISEMENTS I 1 CHECK WHAT YOU WANT: Good starting salary with regular raises Pleasant work with other girls and young men Prestige of a responsible job with a well-known and respected company If your list sho three checks, then you should check into what the Telephone Company has to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before they graduate from high school. Come in and see our employment interviewer soon. You’ll enjoy talking with her. Act now, and you can say with pride, “I’m all set! I’m going to work with the Telephone Company !’’ See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and talk first with her about when and where to apply. SHOPPING FOR JOB? NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 70 Bay State Box Co. Bell Hardware Bob’s Esso Charlie’s Doughnuts Countryside Realty Craig-Henry Co. Evelyn-Marie Beauty Salon Fallon Milk Hamilton Real Estate George Mann Co. Marilyn Sandal Co. Warren M. Mirick Nordberg’s Restaurant Norm’s Sunlite Alleys Oak Ridge Realty, Inc. O’Grady’s Diner Owens Shoes Pizza King Sloane Furniture Co. Smith Monuments Smith Zamparelli Stoneham Spa Stoneham Welding Zaltman Insurance Co. 71 The Warren Kay Vantine Studio Pori, all Pliolog raplieri OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS for THE CLASS OF 1957 32 Boylston St. Boston, Mass. 661 Congress St. Portland, Maine 72 CONGRATULATIONS Olass of 1957 NEW ENGLAND SANITARIUM AND HOSPITAL WOODLAND ROAD STONEHAM, MASS. A K Jewelers Advance Sewing Center Army Navy Store Drs. Baxter Sherman Berry’s Mobilgas Station Blout Real Estate Boston Golf Ball Co. Dr. Breagy Dr. R. T. Bresnahan Giro J. Cardinale Carl’s Delicatessen Celia Zi Crocetti Certified Electronics Service Children’s Corner Cimina’s Clifton’s Variety Store Della Marie Shop Din Ho Laundry Don-Kaye Studios Eddie’s Barber Shop Ezekian the Tailor Fiske Fuel Co. Frederic’s Pharmacy Gay’s Flower Shop George, Hair Stylist Gilmore K Co. Hank’s Bakery Jimmy’s Submarine Shop Kennett Animal Hospital Dr. Henry Leavitt Masi’s Esso Station McDonoughs Market Meister’s Bakery Middlesex Drug Store O’Keefe’s Esso One-Hour Cleaners Pressman’s Cleaners Purity Cleaners Reilly’s Esso Station Spot Pond Turkey Farm Spring Street Market R. L. Stiles Co. Stoneham Cleaners Stoneham Pharmacy Towne Dry Cleansing Co. Wills Hardware Woods Harry C. 74 Jl Congratulations to You! MELROSE and an invitation to discuss your future WAKEFIELD Here is your chance to work with congenial, friendly people in clean modern surroundings close to home. If you are in- terested in doing a constructive and valuable job in electronics, consider tbe opportunities at either our Wakefield or Melrose plant. • Good starting salary while learning. • Planned periodic wage increase. • Paid holidays and vacations. • Training programs. • Pleasant associations. • A secure job with a reliable company. There are many excellent opportunities at Transitron. Come in and talk to us today. We’ll be glad to give you all the details. Trancltron electronic corporation 34 Foundry Street, WAKEFIELD, MASS. 70 Grove Street, MELROSE, MASS. 75 SUPER MARKETS YOU CANT MAKE A MISTAKE ON ANY PURCHASE YOU MAKE AT — ACrP! This is more than a promise — it ' s a guarantee that you ' ll never risk a penny on any item you buy at A P. At A P the sale is never completed until you ' re com- pletely satisfied. The sale must measure up to your every expectation — or, A P will promptly refund your money — no questions asked. You can ' t make a mistake on any purchase you make at — A P SUPER MARKETS 76 DOYLE ' S CLEANSING SERVICE FREE PICKUP DELIVERY PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE SToneham 6-1635 280 Main Street c tulatio ns on rax to the CLiass of 1957 4 S. ROTONDI SONS ,INC 77 RUSCLIF, INC. J Cccttingi 10 CENTRAL STREET, STONEHAM Opposite Fire Station George C. Schultz STonehom 6-2664 E. Russell Schultz j Superior electric supply company 303 Main Street SUPPLIES LIGHTING FIXTURES APPLIANCES Stonehom, Moss. 7S I Compliments of GIFTS • STATIONERY • CARDS on fcxtiilaHons an j gu X udi STONEHAM THEATRE 79 “fiMtAA- Pettengill Motor Sales Franklin Sircet at Stoneham Square Stoncham Ho. Mass. Compliments of Frederick P. Hanford— Frank M. Geremonte Attorneys-at-Law 393 MAIN STREET STONEHAM 60, MASS. Tel. SToneham 6-1070 80 Haradons Linoleum Shop Expert Workmanship Telephone STonehom 6-091 1 Congratulations — Class of 1957 PRECISION METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY 41 Elm Street Stonehom 80, Mass. Stoneham 6-1 999 31 c on yctit tiati on to t c C- ' C7c l t Cites THE STONEHAM PRESS Compliments of WALTER G. LEAVITT SON Insure ... Be Sure INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Real Estate Telephone SToneham 6-1826 12 Pond Street Stoneham 82 Lombard Lumber Co. 35-37 POMEWORTH STREET STONEHAM 80, MASS. SToneham 6-0098 — 0184 83 Compliments of HERMAN E. BROWN ( ilale nSiircince it’s the " Know How” Years of experience in serving thousands and thousands of Undergrads hove given Ken- nedy ' s the " Know How, " so important to all high and Prep school men. That ' s why — season after season — Undergrads come back to Kennedy ' s for their every clothing need. KENNEDY ' S UNDERGRAD SHOPS BOSTON • PROVIDENCE • WORCESTER SPRINGFIELD • HARTFORD • BROCKTON FRAMINGHAM 84 £ JACKSON Flowers for All Occasions Telephone 6-0788 43 Butler Road -FOR RADIANT HEALTH - Sunnyhurst Dairy Products ME 4-5400 214 MAIN ST., STONEHAM 85 Compliments of China Moon Restaurant Stoneham, Massachusetts CONGRATULATIONS TO THE of 1957 WEISS FARM 86 FORTINI ' S CASH MARKET Meats — Provisions — Fancy Groceries — Fish f SToneham 6-1 505-1 506-1 507 90 ELM STREET FREE DELIVERY PULLO’S REXALL DRUGS " The Prescription Drug Store " 397 Main Street Stoneham, Mass. ALBERT A. PULLO, Reg. Pharm. Tel. ST 6-7027 87 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957 DAVIS FLORIST NORMAN P. DAVIS FORD SALES AND SERVICE STONEHAM MOTOR COMPANY 1 85 Main Street STONEHAM 80, MASS. John Melkonian Sons ST 6-0490 88 PRINTING . . . is Dur business! LETTERPRESS - OFFSET - ENGRAVING The Stoneham Independent Inc. 11 FRANKLIN STREET ST oncham 6-1660 c ongfaiitlaiions (ZLss of 1957 The £. L Patch Company STONEHAM, MASS. 89 SCHOUSTIC JEWELERS INC. Boston ' s Largest Manufacturing Jeweler 5174 Washington St. Boston 32, Mass. OFFICIAL JEWELERS STONEHAM HIGH SCHOOL Classes 1955 tlirough 1959 ESTABLISHED 1921 Office Home : ST 6-1500 : ST 6-0680 A. P. ROUNDS fizincj in STONEHAM AND NORTH OF BOSTON PROPERTIES REALTOR and BUILDER 230 Mai Stoneham n Street 80, Mass. 90 BEST WISHES TO SENIOR— 195 7— CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE Donaliuc, SalK ' (aiinmow, Xancy Mi ' Caitli ’, Sall Millrr, I’aul I line Tliieme Ca-chairmau I’n-ae) ' , Tliomas ‘J.J 0:1 Automatic Degree Day Delivery OIL BURNERS— HEATING SERVICE SHANNON COv INC. 418 Medford Street MALDEN, MASS. Jolin Shannon Co-cluiirniau MA. 4-1385 — Day or Night Residence 7 Wolcott Rd. STonehom 6-1891 OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND STonehom 6-2070 SPOT POND MOTEL (10 Miles North of Boston) Modern Heated Motels with Private Bath and Television Route 28 597 Main Street Stonehom, Moss. MR. AND MRS. 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