Stoneham High School - Wildlife Yearbook (Stoneham, MA)

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THE SPARTAN Stoneham High School, Stoneham, Massachusetts 1966 Volume I The whole is the sum of it parts. In a school and in life every individual contributes in his own way to the strength of the entire community. At Stoneham High School the goal is to develop the whole person so that he in turn may serve his. fellow men. In attaining this goal, a bond of fellowship is created, and by the senior year all the individual efforts have combined to create a wall of strength in mind and body. Therefore the SPARTAN 1966 will try to show how individuals have developed at SHS and how each student lends his strength to the group. For, as in ancient Sparta, the strength of Stoneham High School lies not in the building in the quality of person she produces. 4 A Life Devoted To you, Mrs. Gilda Wipperman, A dedicated teacher And a devoted friend, We, the senior class, Dedicate This Spartan 1966 DEDICA TION Mrs. Wipperman works hours perfecting a musical performance. Music Appreciation helps you appreciate Mrs. Wipperman’s hard work. 4 to Encouragement of Talent 5 Today, as education becomes increasingly more important, Stoneham High School faculty and students eagerly meet the challenges of higher learning. In addition to the standard required courses, students may choose electives from wide fields of study. Topics may vary anywhere from the development of a concerto in music appreciation to the development of life in advanced biology, or to the development of political thought in international relations. “ Reason and Judgement, the Qualities PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Your high school days are now over. With the completion of this phase of your life, new and wider experiences are now open to you. It is our hope that your years in Stoneham High School, the lessons you have learned, the many relationships you have had with classmates and teachers will put you in good stead for meeting future responsi- bilities and achieving future goals. In the words of Elbert Hubbard: “Keep your mind on the great and splendid things you would like to do and then, as the days go gliding by, you will find yourself un- consciously seizing tl e opportunities that are required for the fulfill- ment of your desire. Picture in your mind the able, earnest, useful person you desire to be, and the thought you hold is hourly transform- ing you into that particular individual you so admire.” Congratulations to each of you on your graduation and best wishes for your happiness and success in the days to come. John S. Huddleston Principal Specially Belong to Leaders ” Mr. Fred Kiamie Assistant to the Principal Mr. William Hoyt Assistant Principal Mrs. Margaret Garvin Dean of Girls Dr. Michael Scarpitto, Superintendent; and Mr. Daniel Hogan, Assistant Superintendent ADMINISTRA TION “I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience.” Mrs. Beulah Forbes Nurse Mrs. Kathleen Sullivan, Mrs. Irene Ray, secretaries; and Mrs. Alice Walsh, Secretary to the principal GUIDANCE “Thou wert my guide, philosopher, and friend.” — Alexander Pope Mr. Robert Hersam Guidance Director Guidance secretary Mrs. Claire McCarthy keeps the office running smooth- ly. Guidance for the Challenges Ahead. . . Miss Elizabeth Elliott 10 FACULTY. . . 1 1 FACULTY Mr. Bernard Smith Department Chairman Literature of Man Mrs. Mikell Deptula Mr. Kenneth Donadio “That’s wrong, but give him an “A” for originality.” Miss Heather Glunts Miss Janet MacDonald 12 Mr. Roger Lamson Department Chairman SOCIAL STUDIES “The subject of history is the life of peoples and of humanity.” —Tolstoi Expresses the Ideals of Humanity Mr. David Kline 13 FACULTY Mathematics Is the Root . . . “Mathematics truth possesses not only but supreme beauty.” — Bertrand Russell Mr. Chester Jordan Department Chairman Mr. Louis DeSantis 1 c wmrnn l oH i jjq j 9 f: ■Hr. Mrs. Donna Leahey Mr. James Manuel “No, George, the Law of Sines does not read ‘Post No Bills’.” Mr. DeSantis explains the all-important THEORY behind algebraic function. 14 ■ Mr. Robert Mooney Department Chairman Mrs. Ann Mason Mr. Albert Richardson Mr. John Studley 8 of Scientific Investigation SCIENCE “Science is . . . like virtue, its own exceeding great reward.” — Kingsley Mis9 Carol Wlodkoski “I’ll bet you think I’m going to let you keep these.” FACULTY Building Our Classical and Miss Risi conducts the lan- guage lab for her French IV students. L’homme avec la. barbe rouge enseigne la classe. Miss Lydia Risi Department Chairman Mrs. Sarah Giles Mr. Rene Martin Mr. Alain Rocher Mrs. Judith Sholl Practical Proficiency BUSINESS Miss Catherine Broderick “Seest thou a man diligent in his business? He shall stand before kings.” — Proverbs, xxii, 29 Mrs. Margaret Garvin Department Chairman Miss Dorothy Corum Miss Elizabeth Furman Miss Maria Garuti Mr. Clark Richardson Miss Corum’s young typists prepare for future careers. Miss Garuti explains the operation of the keypunch to Mary Haney. Mr. Edward Rundlett 17 FACULTY Mr. Keith oversees the operation of a power saw. Mrs. Janet Hasler Miss Margaret Kirby INDUSTRIAL ARTS “Rome was not built in a day.” Providing Notes of HOME ECONOMICS “A stitch in time saves nine.” Sewing is a skill they’ll use all their lives. 18 Mr. Alfred Todaro Mrs. Gilda Wipperman Music Supervisor Skill, Culture, and Talent . . . MUSIC “After silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” — Huxley The ALL-DISTRICT music group: (1. to r.) Donna Buccheri, Doug Williams, Sharon Landfare, Craig Sturgis, Carol Petruzzi, Richard Lent, and Eugene Maloney. 19 Mrs. Wipperman conducts the rehearsal of the Girls’ and Boys’ Ensemble. FACULTY For a Sound Mind. . . Mrs. Beverly Birkmeyer Mrs. Dorothy Gardner Department Chairman ART “Art is nothing more than the shadow of humanity.” — James LIBRARY “Our high respect for a well-read — m F n l» II rij L oJL.; 1 jip L T man is praise enough of litera- ture.” — Emerson Miss Rudie Lindgren Miss Lindgren is always ready to help us with our intellectual needs. Mrs. Birkmeyer evaluates a student’s artistic en- deavor. 20 In a Sound Body PHYSICAL EDUCATION “What I admire is . . . that they excel in athletic sports.” — Disraeli Mr. Henry Margarita Mr. John Fawcett Athletic Director Miss Sara Lee Wheeler Seniors Hovey and Wen- gen demonstrate wrestling prowess. Coach Margarita devotes every minute to instruct- ing. Mr. Paul Whitley Miss Randall referees the “jump”. Miss Sally Ann Randall 21 Throughout our high school years we have come to recognize — in the classroom, in sports, and in our personal school activities — what constitute the ideals of a true Spartan. Now, as seniors, we must take up these ideals from a life we are leaving, and carry them with us to all the living that waits. . . . ' . lT- Best All Around II Favorite Teacher Mr. Neal McLaughlin Favorite Sport Hockey Favorite Song .... “We Gotta Get Outa This Place!” Favorite Subject Problems of Democracy Favorite Problem Freshmen Favorite Pastime Watching BATMAN Funniest Event Morning Announcements Most Remembered Event Senior Prom Class Couple Best Dressed Paulene Spero and Larry Russo i cS Most Bashful Judy Mazza and William Anderson Class Flirts Jeanne Fillipone and James Flahive Most School Spirited Most Congenial Jean O’Toole and Daniel Chapman Class Girl Hater Charles Maclnnes Class Muscians Donna Byrne and Douglas Williams Most Studious Jane Lawson and Richard Hovey Class Heart Breaker Judy Downes Most Talented Sharon Landfare and Douglas Williams _ 2 II SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS II Seated: Betty Carpenter, Vice- President; Standing: (1-r) Paulene Spero, Secretary; Douglas Williams, President; Susan Forrest, Treasurer. Social Chairmen — Jeanne Filli- pone, Bruce Harrison Advisors: Mrs. Margaret Garvin and Mr. Clark Richardson SENIOR HONORS MacDonald Medals Richard Hovey Judith Mazza Charles Salvo Lee Mayman Robert Simpson High Honors Mark Sturgis George Wengen William Velardocchia Honor Address — Lee Mayman Class History — Charles Salvo and Robert Simpson Beverly DeBenedictis Judith Whitten Patricia Barry Sharon Landfare Jane Lawson Mark Whitley Leslie Jones Karen Feeley David Fossey Michele O’Connell Jean Sweetser Honors Janice Joslin Paul LaSpina Joyce Kustra James Lembo Patricia Wieczorek Arthur Brautigam Clayton Conn Maria Pavia Alan DeTeso Barry Kellner John Bean Peter Vallance Edward Maguire Richard Lent Leonard Fuller Marilyn Rudman Priscilla Mullen Joanne Mudge Arthur Dinan Michael DiBello William Tice Graduation Committee Richard Hovey Jean Sweetser Barry Kellner Judith Mazza Clayton Conn Leslie Jones Charles Salvo Robert Simpson Mark Sturgis George Wengen William Velardocchia Beverly DeBenedictis 29 JUDITH ALLEN Alway’s fooling in the hall, Ah a friend, Judy’s the best of all. live wire . . . cute . . . boys Girls’ Basketball 1 2, 3 ; Glee Club l , 2, 8 . 1 ep ( Jlub l . 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN on week- ends. PET PEEVE: Cliques and J. F. FUTURE PLANS: Secre- tarial School. ELLEN ALVES A really cute gal with curly black hair. When Ellen is needed, she’s always right there, fabulous friend . . . cute . . . fun Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 3 ; P. T. L. Tag Day; HAPPIEST WHEN Friday comes. PET PEEVE: Mondays. FUTURE PLANS: Two-year school. PATRICIA ALLIN Pat is a senior with pretty blond hair, For making new friends, Hhe sure hus a flair. “Pat” . . . Wakefield . . . viva- cious Glee Club 1, 3; Pep Club 1. 2, 3; Yearbook Comm. 3; HAPPIEST WHEN on vacations. J ' i-.l PEEVE: Gym make-up. FU- TURE PLANS: Undecided. WILLIAM ANDERSON Tall and handsome and kind of shy, But “Bill” certainly is a real swell guy. handsome . . . quiet . . . tall HAPPIEST WHEN skiing. PET PEEVE : None. FUTURE PLANS: College. STEPHEN ANDR1CK True, with the girls “Duke” may be shy. But all the boys agree he’s quite a guy. the corner . . . intelligent . . . “I can’t find it” Football 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN playing football. PET PEEVE : Homework. FUTURE PLANS: College. THOMAS ASCI Sincere and true, a real nice guy, Tom’s one who with us rates high. striped ties . . . good-natured . . . eager Football 1, 2; HAPPIEST WHEN playing sports. PET PEEVE : Long range projects. FUTURE PLANS: College. JUDITH BARNES This friendly girl with jolly air, Never seems to have a care. Jimmy . . . “Blondie” . . . funny Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with Jimmy. PET PEEVE: Home- work. FUTURE PLANS: Nurs- ing School. WILLIAM ANGELL Always a joke, always a smile, “Willie” is happy all the while. Traffic squad . . . prankster . . . Bill Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE : Teachers. FUTURE PLANS : College. MARCIA BALDASSARRE Dark haired, lively, and full of fun, Marcia’s known and liked by everyone. great dancer . . . clothes . . . pretty Pep Club 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN dancing. PET PEEVE: Homework. FU- TURE PLANS: College. PATRICIA BARRY With our yearbook Pat did just fine, Though athletics seem also her line. co-editor . . . softball . . . Carol’s Softball 1, 2, 3 ; Girl’s Basket- ball 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 3 ; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff, Editor, 3 ; Science Night 2 ; Homecoming Day Comm. 1 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; French Club 3. HAPPIEST WHEN in shorts at J. J.’s. PET PEEVE : Mr. DeSantis. FU- TURE PLANS: College. 30 JANET BASH JOHN BEAN Long blond hair, very pretty, In addition, Janet ' s also witty, pretty . , . sophisticated . . . blond Softball 1 , Field Hockey 1 ; In- tramural Basketball 1 ; Girls’ Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 1, 3; Girls’ Ensemble 2 ; Glee Club 3 ; Prom Comm. 1 ; Carnival Bali Participant 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with the people I love. PET PEEVE: Voicing my opin- ion. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERTA BEEBE This gal is cute with pretty hair. Whenever you need a friend, “Bobbie” is there. Pullo’s . . . Johnny . . . Wil- mington Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Carnival Ball Participant ,2 ; Student Council 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Johnny. PET PEEVE: Having nothing to do. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. A fun-loving guy, fancy free, That’s the way John wants to be. character . . . HoJo ' s . . . fun-loving Baseball 2 ; Cross Country 1 ; Basketball 2 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Student Council 1, 2 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN out with girls. PET PEEVE: Onion rings. FU- TURE PLANS: College. JAMES BEESON Easy going is this man. Having fun whenever he can. cars . . . " Jimmy” . . . friendly Cross Country 1 ; Tennis 1 ; In- tramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1; HAPPIEST WHEN working. PET PEEVE- School. FUTURE PLANS: Un- decided. SANDRA BELLA For a girl with pep and lots of go, “Sandy” is the one to know. Jackie . . . “Sandy” . . . nice to know Dance 1 ; Future Teachers of America 1, 3 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3 : Senior Play 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Jackie. PET PEEVE: Tardiness. FUTURE PLANS: College. PRISCILLA BLESS When there’s fun, Priscilla’s right there in it. Never still for a single minute. Wakefield . . . orchard G.T.O. . . . Lynche ' s Lane. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN with David. PET PEEVE : Listening to announ- cements. FUTURE PLANS: Boston State College. JANET BORRELLI Long black hair and pretty dark eyes, Janet’s the one with all the “Hi’s”. pretty eyes . . . Aly . . little Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 : HAPPIEST WHEN with Aly. PET PEEVE: News wise quiz. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. STEPHEN BERNIER Hold your sides or else you’ll split. Because this redhead is really a hit. friendly . . . redhead . . . jokes- ter HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: School. FUTURE PLANS: College. A. PAUL BOCCELLI Dark hair, tall and thin, As a friend, he’ll always win. tall . . . friendly . . . funny HAPPIEST WHEN I am a senior and I realize I graduate from this school. PET PEEVE : W. L. H. FUTURE PLANS: College. SANDRA BOTTICELLI Basketball, softball, in both she ' s tops, Once she gets going, she never stops. athletic . . . " Sandi” . . . friendly Softball 1, 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 : Girls’ Basketball 1, 2. 3 : Student Gym Leader 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 : Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN playing in sports. PET PEEVE : Home- room, especially D. B. FUTURE PLANS: Teacher. 31 THERESA BOURQUE With a pretty fare, and a twinkling eye. She’s not the one the boys pass by. personality . . . captain . . . pretty Co-ed Volleyball 3; Gymnastics Club 2, 3 ; Student Council 3 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Cheer- leader 2. 3 ; Dance Club 1 ; Prom Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN I ' m with that certain someone. PET PEEVE: Homework. FUTURE PLANS: Junior College. DEBORAH BRADLEY Very thoughtful and sincere, " Debbie " will be remembered for many a year, good sport . . . happy . . . care- free Glee Club 3 ; Girls’ Choir 3 : Pep Club 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with J. E. B.-U. S. N. PET PEEVE: Waiting. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. W. DAVID BOURQUE Friendly personality, all around nice guy. With us “Dave” will always rate high. scooter . . . merry . . . helpful HAPPIEST WHEN playing the guitar. PET PEEVE: Monday mornings and S. B. FUTURE PLANS: Technical Institute. KRISTEN BRASSIL A funny girl who’s a barrel of fun, She’s certainly well-liked by everyone. “Kris " . . . unpredictable . . . fabulous Student Gym Leader 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2 ; Future Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Carnival Ball Par- ticipant 2 ; Arlington Exchange Concert 1, 2, 3; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN O. W. L. PET PEEVE: Chicken calls. FUTURE PLANS: Sec- retarial work. ARTHUR BRAUTIGAM He ' s not very bold, just a little shy. Yet everyone’s friends with this quiet guy. quiet . . . smart . . . “Ed Hoffman " Glee Club 1, 2, 3 : Math Team 2 : Interact 2, 3 ; Senior Play 3 ; Boys’ State Rep. 2: HAPPIEST WHEN arguing. PET PEEVE: Attendance slips. FUTURE PLANS: College. JANIS BREZINSKI Shy and friendly with a sweet smile. Making friends all the while. “Jae-Jae” . . . friendly . . . Y.S.F. Band 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 ; Future Sec- retaries Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Usher 3; Sen- ior Play Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 : Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN A. B. N. M. PET PEEVE: N. H. R. M. FUTURE PLANS: Medical Secretary. DEBORAH BROWN Debbie’s always happy, never blue. And what’s more she’s a majorette too. Jimmy . . . twirler . . . Wil- mington. Girls’ Basketball 3 ; Co-ed Volley- ball 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out on a date. PET PEEVE : Homework. FUTURE PLANS: College. CAROLYN BRAY Pretty air, friendly all the day, That’s our Carolyn, always gay. “Ginger” . . . fun-loving . . . hotspook Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1. 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN S. W. B. A. R. PET PEEVE: P. W. T. M. T. F. G. (J.F.A.). FUTURE PLANS: Poet. ANN BROADBENT An attractive girl with a persistent smile. To be a friend of “Bonnie’s” is worth your while. Skip . . . S.P.S. . . . “Bonnie” Field Hockey 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Comm. 2 ; Student Council 1 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Future Nurses Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN doing R. C. A. F. exer- cises in gym. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. PAMELA BUCCHERI Quiet but friendly, obliging and sweet. For these qualities, Pam can’t be beat. neat dresser . . . smart . . . convertibles Glee Club 3 ; Future Teachers Club of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2 ; Senior Play Usher 3 ; Year- book Staff 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN O. O. S. PET PEEVE: I. T.’s at G. C.’s. FUTURE PLANS: College. 32 NANCY BURNS If you need a friend, Nancy’s the one, She ' s ready for talks, laughs and lots of fun. talkative . . . 4:30 a.m. . , . perky Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Comm. 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN out with—???. PET PEEVE : Certain people working certain nights. FU- TURE PLANS: Work. LOUELLEN BUTLER " Lou’s” a girl who can’t be beat. Everyone knows she’s thoughtful and sweet, quiet . . . nice to know . . . shy Glee Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN having fun with friends. PET PEEVE : Monday mornings. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. CHRISTINE BUTLER Cute personality, she’s friendly and small, You can her her laughter at each end of the hall. " Chris” . . . “everything’s jolly all over!” . . . D. B. Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 ; Fu- ture Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Usher 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Sen- ior Tea Comm. 2: Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN S. M. PET PEEVE: Bagging. FUTURE PLANS : Business School. DONNA BYRNE Always there, never last. To get in a sport she’s always fast. athletic . . . dependable . . . tennis Tennis 1, 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 3 ; Intramural Basketball 1 ; Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Orchestra 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN par- ticipating in sports. PET PEEVE : Melrose girl ' s gym. FUTURE PLANS: College. JEANNE CALLAHAN Great personality, friends galore. Getting good marks are never a chore. “I don’t wanna go” . . . Grant’s . . . friendly Glee Club 3 ; Pep Club 2, 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN away from Hampton (A. A. O.). PET PEEVE: Scrabble (A. N. W.). FUTURE PLANS: College. ANDREA CAMPBELL Her personality’s plus, her charm is real, Andrea is tops, that’s the way we feel. " Andy” . . . great . . . talkative Softball 2, 3 ; Girls’ Basketball 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Pep Club 2, 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Year- book Staff 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN in Maine in the summer. PET PEEVE : “Panda”. FUTURE PLANS: College. AGATHA CARBONE Tall and graceful, with most pretty clothes, Agatha ' s a true friend from her head to her toes, likeable . . , friendly smile . . . helpful Glee Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 . Prom Comm. 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 3 ; Nursing Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN having fun with the group. PET PEEVE : Homework. FUTURE PLANS : Nursing School. ROBERT CALIRI With a contagious laugh, a joker he is, But a happy life will always be his. skier . . . “Clarence” . . . cut- up Football 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2; Student Gym Leader 2. HAPPIEST WHEN in New Hampshire. PET PEEVE: Around the world with Nellie. FUTURE PLANS: College. DOMENIC CANNULI Always clowning, full of fun. If you want a true friend, “Dave’s” the one. “Dave” . . . coffee breaks . . . girls ! HAPPIEST WHEN the week- end comes. PET PEEVE : None. FUTURE PLANS: Work. BETTY CARPENTER Scores of friends this girl has won. When she’s around there’s loads of fun. supersports . . . lively . . . Vice- President Intramural Basketball 1 ; Girls’ Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2 ; Gymnastics 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Senior Play Usher 3 ; Prom Comm. 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Student Council 1, 2; Class Vice Presi- dent 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN horseback riding in H. S. with G. H., or S. PET PEEVE: F. teas- ed hair, unenthusiastic teachers. FUTURE PLANS: College. 33 FRANCIS CENSULLO This in “Fran” good looking and debonaire, A friendlier guy, you’ll find no where. collegiate . . . “Sheldon” . . . nice guy Cross Country 1,2; Track 3 ; In- tramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 : Glee Club 8; HAPPIEST WHEN out on week- ends. PET PEEVE: BMTL). FU- TURE PLANS: College. G. SALLY CHAPMAN In athletics she’s great, sports is her line. With her good natured ways, she’s sure to do fine, sports . . . “Charlie” . . . active Softball 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Student Gym Lead- er 3 ; Pep Club 1 ; Future Nurses Club 2; HAPPIEST WHEN par- ticipating in sports. PET PEEVE: “Gertrude”. FUTURE PLANS: College. DANIEL CHAPMAN An admired boy, a football star, He’s liked by all and will go far. Geri . . . football . . . co-captain Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volley Ball 1, 2, 3; Student Gym Lead- er 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Interact 1 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Graduation Marshal 2. Boys’ Choir: 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN winning football games (and taking whirlpools afterwards). PET PEEVE: None. FUTURE PLANS: College. DANIEL CHASE A tall admirable lad without a care, Dan has friendliness to spare, basketball . . . “Dan” . . . fab Baseball 3 ; Cross Country 2 ; Basketball 1, 2 ; Intramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2; HAPPIEST WHEN riot- ing. PET PEEVE: National Guard. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. JOHN CICCHETTO John is a boy with a great big smile, And plenty of wit to last a long, long time. great guy . . . twin . . . reserved HAPPIEST WHEN dragging on Routje 93. PET PEEVE : State troopers. FUTURE PLANS. Architectural School. JOHN COLE A pleasant young man who’s nice to know. When you need a friend, to him you should go. quiet . . . helpful . . . pleasant Glee Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN I am out of school. PET PEEVE : None. FUTURE PLANS: Navy. CLAYTON CONN With a name so cute for a fella so nice. It sort of adds that extra spice. “Kenny” . . . bright . . . always Football 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN on vaca- tion and sleeping late. PET PEEVE : Any practice at all. FUTURE PLANS: College. RICHARD CICCHETTO A diligent lad, a loyal friend, “Rich” is one that is true to the end. witty . . . fun-loving . . . other half Football 1; HAPPIEST WHEN with friends. PET PEEVE. None. FUTURE PLANS. Unde- cided. LINDA COMER Tall, mischievous is our miss. When she’s thinking of Red, she’s in her bliss. Red . . . Newberry’s . • • care- free Girls ' Basketball 1 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2; HAPPIEST WHEN W. K. B. weekends. PET PEEVE : D lunch. FUTURE PLANS: Busi- ness School. PETER COSTELLO When some mischief has been done. We always know who’s the guilty one. “lots of laughs” . . . joker . . . active Track 1,3; Glee Club 3 ; Carni- val Ball Participant 3 : Traffic Squad 3. HAPPIEST WHEN fishing. PET PEEVE : working on school nights. FUTURE PLANS: Biological Field. 34 J V SUSAN COTE Friendly manner, true to the end. Just two of many reasons for being: this girl’s friend, friendly smile . . . sincere . . . quiet Co-ed Volleyball 3; Glee Club 3 ; Future Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with a certain someone. PET PEEVE: Fire drill during gym. FUTURE PLANS: Secre- tarial School. PAMELA DALEY Pam is known by one and all. Because she is a living doll, nice clothes . . . friendly . . . Colorado Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Glee Club 3 ; Pep Club 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3. HAPPIEST WHEN in Melrose. PET PEEVE: “Retarded Souls”. FUTURE PLANS: College. BARBARA CRAIGIE A captivating smile and curly hair. Are enough to get her anywhere. twirler . . . LaFayette . . . perky Co-ed Volleyball 2 : Majorette 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2; Senior Play Comm. 3; HAPPIEST WHEN in Easton, Pa. PET PEEVE: M. M., L. F. M. T. FUTURE PLANS: Business School or Junior Col- lege. RICHARD DAVIS Richie’s a hot ticket it’s easy to see, A success in life he’s sure to be. hot ticket . . . unique . . . “baby face” Football 1 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3 ; Cross Country 1, 2; Basketball 1. 2 ; Tennis 3 ; Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volley Ball 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 2 ; Band 1 ; Glee Club 1,2; Interact 1 ; Student Council 2 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN on baseball bus rides. PET PEEVE: Big Red A. D. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. ROSEMARY DAY Mischievous, cute and on her toes, Rosie makes friends wherever she goes, grey wheels . . .“Fraser” . . . Fribble Co-ed Volleyball 1, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Future Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Usher 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Prom Comm. 2 ; Carni- val Ball Participant 2 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Student Council 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with the kids Beaver. PET PEEVE : “F”. FUTURE PLANS: College. STEVE DeANGELIS In baseball Steve is really tops. If we must pick one, he’d be the cream of the crop. “Steve” . . . basketball . . . fun-loving Football 1 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3 ; Cross Country 2, 3 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Intramural Basketball 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN playing basketball and baseball. PET PEEVE: Boring classes with a lot of homework. FUTURE PLANS : College. JOHN DeCARO John’s so great to everyone. He’s full of personality, wit, and fun. “Dynamic” . . . popular . . . Judy Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Student Council 1 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN under the hood. PET PEEVE: LMTFB. FU- TURE PLANS: College. LORING DeAGAZIO “Bowling” is his middle name. One day this trait may bring him fame. intelligent . . . bowler . . . nice guy HAPPIEST WHEN while bowl- ing. PET PEEVE: None. FU- TURE PLANS: College. BEVERLY DeBENEDICTIS Good natured, cute and very neat, As a friend, “Bev” can’t be beat. considerate . . . C. Y. O. Dances . . . good-natured Co-ed Volleyball 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Prom Comm. 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Prom Comm. 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN N. T. S. S. PET PEEVE: G. F. M. FUTURE PLANS: IBM Plans. FRANCIS DeGEORGE Quiet and shy he may seem. But he’s always on the beam, quiet . . . fun-loving . . . cheer- ful HAPPIEST WHEN out with friends. PET PEEVE : Warn- ing cards. FUTURE PLANS: College. 35 PAUL DeGRUTTOLA Paul hna curly hair of black, Sometimes he’s quiet but usually a riot. tall . . , good sport . , . active Football 3; Track 1, 2, 3; In- door Track 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 2. HAPPIEST WHEN the weekend is here. PET PEEVE: Renaults. FUTURE PLANS: College. GEORGE DEL ROSSI George is really quite and shy, But his loyalty one can not buy. smart . . . quiet . . . studious HAPPIEST WHEN asleep. PET PEEVE: " A” lunch period. FU- TURE PLANS: Air Force, Drafting. DOMINIC DEL GRECO Shy and quiet is this lad, But of his friendship we all are glad. “Dom” . . . friendly . . . nice guy Intramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1 : Prom Comm. 2; Traffic Squad 2, 3. HAPPIEST WHEN eating pizza. PET PEEVE: Working at the laun- dry. FUTURE PLANS: College. EDWARD D’ENTREMONT A devilish twinkle in his eye, He’ll never let good times pass by. full of fun . . . athletic . . , handsome Football 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1 ; Hockey 2, 3 : Track 2, 3 ; Stu- dent Council 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN at 28, M. with HM. PET PEEVE: W.W. ' s in Stoneham. FUTURE PLANS: College. ALAN DeTESO Athletic ability, scholastic too. Success for Alan is surely in view. “Totzy” . . . baseball . . . Tony Olivia Football 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3 ; Co- ed Volleyball 1, 2 ; Glee Club 1, 3 : Usher at Graduation 2 : Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN playing baseball. PET PEEVE: R. D. FUTURE PLANS: College. FREDRICK DiFURIA Fred is a character, that’s for sure, His friends are many, his gifts galore. friendly smile . . . amiable . . . nice Glee Club 1 : Traffic Squad 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN school’s out! PET PEEVE: Auditorium stud- ies. FUTURE PLANS: Work. ARTHUR DINAN A nice looking fellow who’s quiet and shy, But once you ' ve met him, you can’t pass him by. quiet . . . good natured . . . friendly HAPPIEST WHEN camping. PET PEEVE: Citron. FUTURE PLANS: None. MICHAEL DiBELLO Mike’s smart and full of fun, And always around when mischief ' s done. Mike . . . jovial . . . carefree Track 3 ; Tennis 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN laugh- ing. PET PEEVE : Chemistry. FUTURE PLANS: College. GERALDINE DiMARE A classy dresser who we all know, When with a special someone, she’s all aglow. Danny . . . nice clothes . . . personality plus Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 : Girls’ Choir 2, 3 ; Future Sec- retaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 : Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Traf- fic Squad 2, 3 ; Student Coun- cil 1 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN S. P. G. A. PET PEEVE: W. D. H. T. G. H. E. FUTURE PLANS: Jr. College. STEPHEN DiTULLIO A snappy, colorful dresser, a fun-loving guy, By everyone, he’s rated high. Honda . . . D. Q. . . . bright vests Co-ed Volleyball 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Arlington Exchange 1, 3 ; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3 ; Dance Band 1, 2, 3 ; Chorus 3 ; Northeastern Music Festival 1, 2, 3 ; Graduation Ex- ercises 1, 2, 3 ; Memorial Day Program Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN driving. PET PEEVE : Automatic trans- missions. FUTURE PLANS: En- gineering College. 36 RICHARD DOANE For his playful antics in geography, he is known, Mr. Nelson’s pet peeve should be “Rick Doane”. Brigham’s . . . unpredictable . . . “cough much” Football 1, 2; Cross Country 1; Track 1 ; Intramural Basketball 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN hanging at Brigham’s. PET PEEVE: 1959 Hillman Minh. FUTURE PLANS: Junior College. JANE DONOVAN A little quiet but very kind, A truer friend you couldn’t find. “Red hair’’ , . . great gal . . . cheerful HAPPIEST WHEN school is out and I’m with my friends and at work. PET PEEVE: None. FU- TURE PLANS: Working with I.B.M. machines. WAYNE DONNELLY A good golfer, a nice guy. Success will not try to pass him by. uninhibited . . . lots of laughs . . . joker Golf 2, 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN playing golf. PF. ' r PEEVE : School. FUTURE PLANS : Service. JUDITH DOUCETTE Long brown hair, cute and sweet, A friendlier girl you’ll never meet. Medford . . . quiet . . . fun Pep Club 1, 2, 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN everyone else is happy. PET PEEVE : Conceited people. FUTURE PLANS: Work. GEORGE DOUGHERTY " Dog” is a boy with looks by the eyeful. Happy he makes all the folks back at Rival. Brigham’s . . . “Dog” . . . popular Football 3 ; Baseball 2 ; Cross Country 1 ; Track 3 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2 : Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN hanging out at Brigham’s. PET PEEVE: Big Red and A. D. FUTURE PLANS: College. DOUGLAS DUKESHIRE Rousing, laughing, and having a ball. This friendly chap has done them all. likeable . . . easy going . . . alert Football 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 3 : Gymnastics Club 2; HAPPIEST WHEN skiing and no school be- cause of snow. PET PEEVE: Ties and short lunches. FU- TURE PLANS: College. DONNA EMERY Ladylike, pretty, oh! so nice, Happy as a cherry, sweet as spice. Bobby . . . “wicked cute” . . . bubbly Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Bobby. PET PEEVE : Homework. FU- TURE PLANS: Nui ' sing School. JUDITH DOWNES Judy, in her charming way, Is full of fun and always gay. Wheat . . . co-captain . . . pretty Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 2, 3 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Cheer- leader 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Traffic Squad 2 ; Class Vice- President 2; HAPPIEST WHEN M. H. L. M. PET PEEVE: M. H. FUTURE PLANS: College. ETHEL DUSABLON Short, cute, and full of fun, Many a friend our Ethel has won. Tony . . librarian . . . petite Glee Club 1 ; Pep Club 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Tony. PET PEEVE : Getting up in the morning. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. GLENN ERAMO When Glenn skates, the Spartan score goes higher. This hockey wonder sets the ice on fire. Hockey . . . ping . . . handsome Football 2, 3 ; Cross Country 1 ; Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 3 ; Co- ed Volleyball 1 : Student Coun- cil 1, 2 : Class President 2. HAPPIEST WHEN at Rock. PET PEEVE: Losing to Mel- rose. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. 37 KENNETH ERICKSON Kenny’s not quiet, he’H quite a clown, There’s always fun when he’s around. Gail . . . Beatles . . . boots Baseball 3; Intramural Basket- ball 1. HAPPIEST WHEN most of the time. PET PEEVE: School. FUTURE PLANS. Serv- ice. JEANNE FILLIPONE Personality, looks, and spirit galore, With our girl “Flip” who could ask for more. great dancer . . . popular . . . hot ticket Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Sen-, ior Tea Usher 2 ; Social Chair- man 2, 3 ; Booster Club Drive 1, 2, 3 ; P. T. L. Tag Day 2, 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3. HAPPIEST WHEN W-A-T-K. PET PEEVE: Waiting. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician. KAREN FEELEY Karen is bright and right up to par, In the future, she’ll surely go far. “Whipped cream!” . . . Kay- re.i ! . . . Tufts Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Co-ed Volley Ball 3 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1 ; Future Teachers of America 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Scholarship Fund Drive 1, 2, 3 ; Homecom- ing Day Comm. 1 ; ‘Arlington Exchange Concert 1, 3; Science Night 2; Drama Club 3; French Club 3, Treas. HAPPIEST WHEN with the kids — B. E. W. W. S. PET PEEVE. Black and white movies. FUTURE PLANS: College. JAMES FLAHIVE A tall, good looking boy is blond-haired Jim, Pleasing all the girls, comes easy to him. tall . . . basketball . . . hand- some Football 3 ; Baseball 3 ; Cross Country 1 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Student Council 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN playing basketball. PET PEEVE: Basketballs that don’t bounce. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. THOMAS FLANAGAN He’s quite a boy, though kind of shy, He’s true and sincere in everyone’s eye. ‘‘mad scientist” . . . intelligent . . . eager Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3 ; Science Club 2, 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN the 2:30 bell rings. PET PEEVE : Long-range assignments. FUTURE PLANS: College. DEBRA FLYNN Quite special indeed, is this cute coleen. With her likable ways, she has won our esteem. “Buff” . . . cute . . . great personality Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Usher at Grad- uation 2 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 2, 3 ; Student Council 1 ; Class Vice-President 1 ; Booster Club Drive 2, 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 ; Tag Day 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN with Larry. PET PEEVE: b-c-c. FUTURE PLANS : Business School. BRUCE FORBES A little nonsense now and then. Is relished by the best of men. Maine . . . mischief-maker . . . easy-going Football 1 ; Intramural Basket- ball 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN in Maine. PET PEEVE: Small Freshmen. FUTURE PLANS : Navy. PETER FLETCHER Popular, friendly and not at all shy. In the Senior Class, he really rates high. “Hook’9” . . . sports . . . w ' ork — me ? Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Stu- dent Gym Leader 2 ; Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; Student Council 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out with the boys. PET PEEVE: William’s card games. FUTURE PLANS: College. PAUL FOLEY In personality and size this boy really grew. And in Grant’s there’s nothing he can’t do. hot spook . . . likeable . . . Grant’s HAPPIEST WHEN school is dismissed. PET PEEVE : Mass confusion between periods. FU- TURE PLANS: College. SALLY FORBES A friendly girl with a jovial way. Always around to brighten the day. C. Y. O. . . . I. C. A. . . . “Schnoozie” Field Hockey 1 ; Glee Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Nurs- ing Club 2, 3 ; P T. L. Drive 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN on va- cation. PET PEEVE: S. R. M. FUTURE PLANS: Peace Corps. 38 SUSAN MARIE FORREST SUSAN MILDRED FORREST Our “Red” is liked by everyone. She’s cute and sweet and full of fun. hotzy . . . live wire . . . lots of fun Field Hockey 1 ; Co-ed Volley Ball 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Ensemble 3; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girl’s Choir 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Gradua- tion Marshal 2 ; Tag Day 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN G. A. W. H. PET PEEVE: B. C. C. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARY FORRISTALL Always laughing, happy and gay. She will always stay that way. “Mimi” . . . Gloucester . . . skier Future Secretaries Club 3 ; Fu- ture Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; P. T. A. Scholarship Drive 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN the week- end comes. PET PEEVE: De- tention and Gym make-up. FU- TURE PLANS: College. An attractive classmate — always on the go, “Millie’s” circles of friends just grow and grow. “Millie” . . . pixie . . . friendly Softball 3 ; Field Hockey 3 ; Co- ed Volleyball 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 3 ; Student Gym Leader 2, 3 ; Majorette 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Dance Club 1 ; Future Teach- ers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 ; Prom Comm. 2 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Class Treasurer 3 ; Northeastern Music Festival 2, 3 ; Science Night 2 ; P. T. A. Scholarship Fund 2, 3 ; Year- book Comm. 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with the C at R’s, or with F. PET PEEVE: Crooked referees and sticks. FUTURE PLANS: Physical Education. ROBERT FORTINI Ready for work on the go. Walks quite fast, talks quite slow. capable . . . carefree . . . spirited Glee Club 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN Stoneham is on the school cancellation list. PET PEEVE: Teachers who crack their knuckles and then cringe when kids crack theirs. FUTURE PLANS: Electronics School. THERESA FORTUNATO The goodness about her is what makes her elite. Her charm and sweetness will never be beat. “Terry” . . . gay . . . finest Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Library Aid 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN Boston Celtics win Championship. PET PEEVE: Long hair on boys. FU- TURE PLANS: Medical Tech- nologist. ARTHUR FOTINO Never a frown, never a pout, He’s happiest when school is out. “Butchie” . . . easy-going . . . happy Football 1, 2 ; Baseball 3 ; Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2; HAP- PIEST WHEN playing football on Sunday. PET PEEVE: Too much homework. FUTURE PLANS: Marines. SUSAN FOWLER Quiet but as nice as she can be. That’s our Sue as you can easily see. blond hair . . . petite ... re- served Glee Club 1, 2 ; Girls ' Choir 2 ; Pep Club 3 ; Spring Concert 2 • HAPPIEST WHEN Friday comes. PET PEEVE: Homework FUTURE PLANS: Work. DAVID FOSSEY Dave’s a guy with winning ways, Keeps us laughin’ through the days. “Dave” . . . ssss !!!! brains Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN in Mr. Reed’s English class. PET PEEVE : Homework on weekends. FUTURE PLANS : College. JOHN FOWLER A handsome boy, so blond and fair. Where there’s fun, Jackie’ll be there. good-looking . . . F. N. . . . happy Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN eating lunch. PET PEEVE : First National Stores. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. CHERYL FRAMPTON Always a laugh, always a smile. Enough personality to go a mile. Club 47 . . . pretty hair . . . talkative Future Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 ; Senior Tea Usher 2; HAPPIEST WHEN the weekend comes. PET PEEVE : Weekend homework. FUTURE PLANS : College. 39 LEONARD FULLER Skiing is this guy’s favorite type of fun. But he’« happiest when the school day’s done. “Rick” , , . chemistry , . . snow bound Track 1, 3; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2; Gymnastics Club 2; Math Team 2; Science Club 1, 2; HAPPIEST WHEN skiing PET PEEVE: No Snow. FU TURE PLANS: Skibumming. EUGENE GALIPEAU Always smiling and full of fun, As a friend, “Sonny” rates number one. “Sonny” . , . Redstone . . . cars HAPPIEST WHEN doing noth- ing. PET PEEVE : Being Late. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. JAMES FULLERTON “Detention” is his middle name. When he’s around nothing’s the same. “Steamboat” . . . Brigham’s . . . Star Football 1 ; Intramural Basket- ball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 : Student Cou ' cil 1 ; Class Presi- dent 1; HAPPIEST WHEN in front of Brigham’s. PET PEEVE: Chick, Boom, and Elf. FUTURE PLANS: College. FRANK GALLAGHER By 2:28 SHS has been knocked through a loop. From the antics and pranks of our character “Scoop”. “Scoop” . . . terrific . . . scoffer Cross Country 1, 2 ; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Track 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN six on top at the one eighth pole. PET PEEVE: Just missed. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. PAUL GANGE Paul is the man with the twinkling feet. When it comes to dancing Paul can’t be beat. Brigham’s . . . “What’s the word” . . . “Gange” Gymnastics Club 2 ; Glee Club 3 ; Student Council 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN giving out free food at Brigham’s. PET PEEVE : B.J. FUTURE PLANS : Con- servatory of Music. MARK GARFINKLE A cool tamborine and a quick wit. Are bound to make this hand- some boy a hit. great dresser . . . girls . . . Sheldon Intramural Basketball 2 ; Sen- ior Play Comm. 3 ; Drama Fes- tival 2, 3 ; Drama Club 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN on the move with Sheldon. PET PEEVE : Pet peeves. FUTURE PLANS. Col- lege. CHARLES GATES Dependable with personality plus, Charley really rates with us. Maureen . . . band “Chuckie” Orchestra 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN Stone- ham wins a football game. PET PEEVE : Language. FUTURE PLANS: College. DAVID GARABEDIAN He’s here he’s there, he’s all about, He’s nice to know without a doubt. friendly . . . pleasant . . . good sport Football 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with my friends. PET PEEVE : Playing basketball, fishing, go- ing to hockey games. FUTURE PLANS: College. SUSAN GARRITY Friend to all, foe to none, Her joy in life has just begun. always smiling . . . short . . . peppy Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with the kids. PET PEEVE: Term papers. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. MARIO GIGANTE Mario is always lots of fun. He has a smile for everyone, “the room” . . . pool . . . tall HAPPIEST WHEN playing pool. PET PEEVE : No smoking down the room. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. 40 DONNA GRANT Pretty blond hair, friendly and true. Day in and day out, Donna’s never blue. full of life . . . friendly . . . fun Glee Club 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Jackie. PET PEEVE: Shorthand homework. FUTURE PLANS: Business Work. SHIRLEY HALE A girl who is pretty, whom everyone knows, Personality plus from her head to her toes. popular . . . green wheels . . . ice cubes Girls’ Basketball 1 : Co-ed Volley Ball 1, 2 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Prom Comm. 2 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Student Council 3 ; Class Treasurer 2 ; Yearbook Comm. 3: HAPPIEST WHEN F. W. T. G. A. D. PET PEEVE: I. T. W. A. U. FUTURE PLANS: College. JOSEPH GUINAN Friendly, happy, full of wit. Wherever Joe goes he makes a hit. “Joe” . . . witty . . . every- one’s pal Baseball 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN at lunch. PET PEEVE : Homework. FUTURE PLANS : College. WARREN HALE He goes through life without a care, Of the word ‘worry’ he’s not aware. cars . . . Francine ' s . . , errand boy HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE : Home- work and detention. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. KENNETH HALL Tall, blond and a lot of fun, Any favor he’ll see done, shop . . . Cape . . . friendly HAPPIEST WHEN working in the print shop. PET PEEVE: Study in auditorium. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARY HANEY Friendly, smart, so neat and sweet, Mary’s a girl who can’t be beat, friendly . . . lovely hair . . . pretty Girls’ Choir 2; HAPPIEST WHEN watching Peyton Place. PET PEEVE: Work. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. EDWARD HIGGINS Eddie is a friend by far. His smile is like a twinkling star. efficient . . . hardworker . . . “Eddie” Football 1 ; Student Council 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN eating. PET PEEVE: E. L. FUTURE PlANS : College. RICHARD HALPIN Here is Richard with his dark black hair. When mischief’s done, he’s sure to be there. blue M. G. . . . uninhibited . . . witty HAPPIEST WHEN school is dismissed. PET PEEVE: Warn- ing cards. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. Programming. BRUCE HARRISON “Can I go to my locker?” is his favorite plea, “Does he ever get there?” is the question to be. all-around guy . . . football . , . “Harry” Football X, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Stu- dent Gym Leader 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 : Social Chairman 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN I. M. PET PEEVE: The corner. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERT HILL On the football team he rates high, Everyone knows Bob ' s quite a guy. Donna . . . handsome . . . like- able Football 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN the week-end comes. PET PEEVE : Monday mornings. FU- TURE PLANS: College. 41 ROWLAND HILL Quite handsome and strong with wit that is quick, A more likeable hoy, you just couldn’t pick. " Rollie” . . . handsome . . . intelligent Football 1 ; Baseball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN snowbound. PET PEEVE : Thaw. FUTURE PLANS: College. RICHARD HOVEY Student Council president, fine athlete too. His intelligence and sense of humor are topped by few. J. M. . . . dependable . . . track star Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 3; Track 1, 2, 3, Captain 3; In- door Track 2, 3, Captain 3 ; Bas- ketball 2, 3 : Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Student Gym Leader 3; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Usher at Graduation 2 ; Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 3 ; Boys’ State Rep. 2; HAPPIEST WHEN ahead. PET PEEVE: The Red Baron. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. KENNETH HOOK On his scooter, riding through town, You’ll never see that boy with a frown. mischief . . . " Hey, Sculley” . . . hot ticket Cross Country 1; Hockey 1, 3; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN playing hockey. PET PEEVE: School. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. FRANK HOWE A great big smile from head to toe. Appeals to all wherever he goes. HOCKEY . . . " not bad and you” . . . Leona Football 3 ; Cross Country 1, 2 ; Hockey 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 3; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN at State Hockey Tour- nament of 63-64. PET PEEVE: Leona. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. DANNELLE HURLEY Always happy and friendly with a smile, This girl is never out of style. " Danny” . . . pretty . . . “really great " Tennis 2, 3 ; Girls’ Basketball 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 3 : Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN out with the gang. PET PEEVE : Studies in the auditorium. FUTURE PLANS: College. BARBARA JACOBSON As an actress she can’t be beat. And as a girl she’s ever so sweet. actress . . . “Lizzie” . . . talented Glee Club 1, i, 3; Future Teach- ers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN not in school and at a party. PET PEEVE : Gym. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERT JOHNSON This big handsome Swede is such a great guy. But put a girl near him and “Ollie” gets shy. “Ollie” . . . teddy bear . . . " 99” Football 1, 2, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN playing football. PET PEEVE: The Corner. FUTURE PLANS: College. NANCY INGALLS Nancy is cute and neat, A friend like her you cannot beat. pretty . . . funny . . . friendly Girls’ Basketball 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Committee 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN the 2:30 bell rings on Friday. PET PEEVE : Canadian Exercises. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. EILEEN JEWELL Cute, sweet with a cheery smile, Eileen sure has lots of style. “Blondie” . . . North Conway . . . petite Field Hockey 1 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls ' Choir 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN fooling around with the kids. PET PEEVE: M. G. and H. R. FUTURE PLANS: School. LESLIE JONES Athletic, smart, and really hep, Leslie’s a cheerleader who’s loaded with pep. peppy . . . “Billie”” . . . VW Softball 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1, 3 ; Girls’ Basketball 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 3 ; Student Gym Leader 2, 3 ; Cheerleader 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Traffic Squad 2 ; Stu- dent Council Treasurer 3 ; Girls’ State Representative 2; HAP- PIEST WHEN S. with the K. in the V.W. at R. PET PEEVE: Filling out information sheets. FUTURE PLANS: College. 42 SANDRA JONES Tall and slim with lone blond hair. Always friendly, never a care. “Sandi” . . . Bristol . . . “Cher” Girls’ Basketball 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN in Bristol. PET PEEVE : Homework on weekends. FUTURE PLANS : College. DANIEL JUDGE In study hall he’s teacher’s pest. But down the shop, he’s at his best. horse lover . . . adventurous . . . shop HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: Teach- ers. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. JANICE JOSLIN Once she’s laughing it’s hard to stop, With her friends, she’s on the top. charcoal broiled steak . . . candles . . . typing Glee Club 2, 3 ; Future Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 : Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Year- book Staff 3 ; Carnival Ball Par- ticipant 2 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; P. L. T. Tag Day 2, 3 ; Booster Club Drive 1, 2, 3 ; Scholar- ship Fund Drive 2, 3 ; Howard W. Watson Mem. Fund 1, 2, 3 ; Drama Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with the kids. PET PEEVE : Oral Reports. FUTURE PLANS: College. JAMES KEAN Jim alway knows what to say. He’s likeable in everyway. “Jimmy” . . . tall . . . wise guy Football 3 ; Cross Country 1, 2 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN down Redstone. PET PEEVE: English Teachers. FU- TURE PLANS: College. JAMES KEARNEY Full of fun from head to toes, A well-liked boy wherever he goes. “Buddy” . . . horses . . . cars HAPPIEST WHEN out ol school. PET PEEVE : None. FU- TURE PLANS: Service. BARRY KELLNER He’s got looks, brains and wit. With us he makes a real big hit. Susan . . . collegiate . . . brains Glee Club 2 ; Carnival Ball Par- ticipant 2 : Student Council 2 : HAPPIEST WHEN asleep. PET PEEVE: Working after school. FUTURE PLANS: College. DONNA KEZARJIAN With a giggle that’s cute, quite petite, This gal’s a delight and quite a treat. likeable . . . friendly . . . short and peppy Student Gym Leader 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2 3; Traffic Squad 1; HAPPIEST WHEN with Sonny. PET PEEVE: Mixing stripes with plaids. FUTURE PLANS: Hair Stylist. MICHAEL KELLEY In cross country and track he’s a star. We are all sure that he will go quite far. nice looking . . . ‘wicked’ . . . athletic Cross Country 1, 2, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Gymnastics Club 2 ; Glee Club 3 ; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN at a C’s party. PET PEEVE: Homework. FUTURE PLANS : College. CAROL KENNEDY Just as she is we hope she’ll stay, Carol is great in every way. Woolworth’s . . . Chuckie . . . sparkling eyes Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Partici- pant 1, 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out with that certain someone 9-20. PET PEEVE: To have the car home early — “Woolie ' s Fang.” FUTURE PLANS: Busi- ness School. JAMES KILLEEN He’s not very noisy, he’s not very loud. But boy is he active when out with the crowd. “Jim” . . . easy-going . . . P. O. P. comical Football 3 ; Baseball 2, 3 ; Cross Country 1, 2 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN school is out. PET PEEVE : Homework. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 43 PHILIP KIMBALL Not too serious, not too gay, A good fellow in every way. “Phil " . . . alert . . . witty Golf 2, 3 ; Intramural Basket- ball 2; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2; Glee Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: Golf matches. FUTURE PLANS: College. LAWRENCE KOLESAR Always jolly, never a frown, Larry’s known as quite a clown. “Larry " . . . helpful . . . unpre- dictable Football 1 ; Science Club 2 ; Sen- ior Play Comm. 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN I am in the biology lab and up to something. PET PEEVE : Those loud bells. FU- TURE PLANS: To go into art or science. PAUL KLAINER Whatever job he’s given, he never rests. Until he ' s succeeded and done his best. “Max” , . . Senior Play . . . funny Track 2 : Gymnastics Club 2 ; Science Club 2 : Senior Play 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN F. S. PET PEEVE: I’m with P. F. F. FUTURE PLANS: College. LOIS KUSNERZ This girl ia neat and oh so sweet. The type of girl, any boy would like to meet. tall and pretty . . . convertible . . . pretty hair Co-ed Volleyball 3: Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2. 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 : Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3; Traffic Squad 2: HAPPIEST WHEN out S. and S. PET PEEVE: Never having enough time. FUTURE PLANS: Beau- tician. JOYCE KUSTRA Pretty blond hair and a beauti- ful smile. To know this girl is worth your while. Paul . . . “Chuckie” . . . VW Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Math Team 3 ; Future Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; National Honor Society 1, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN S. with the K and V.W. at R. PET PEEVE: The indif- ference of a certain person. FU- TURE PLANS: College. CONSTANCE LAPE Senior play, cute clothes. Friends will surround her wherever she goes. Senior play . . . active . . . beau- tiful clothes Co-ed Volleyball 1 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 3 ; Senior Play 3 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN Friday afternoons come. PET PEEVE: Monday mornings. FU- TURE PLANS: College. LESLEY LAURIE Giggle, giggle heard by all. We know it’s Lesley coming down the hall. Borden’s . . . Boots . . . twin Co-ed Volleyball 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Future Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE : Homework. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial work. SHARON LANDFARE Pretty and stylish with person- ality no end, Seems like everyone is Sharon’s friend. singer . . . pretty . . . nice to know All District Rep. 3 ; Co-ed Vol- leyball 2 ; Girls’ Ensemble 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2 ; Glee Club 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 2 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN weekends come. PET PEEVE : Picking a pet peeve. FUTURE PLANS: College. PAUL LASPINA A little quiet, very smart. In any fun Paul has a part, brains . . . confident . . . dili- gent HAPPIEST WHEN at a sport- ing event. PET PEEVE: R. S. FUTURE PLANS: College. LINDA LAURIE That’s our Linda twirling her baton. Personality glowing from the break of dawn. K. C. . . . “another cartwheel” . . . lieutenant Student Gym Leader 3 ; Major- ette 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 3 : Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3; Musical Festival Usher 1, 2; HAPPIEST WHEN on vacation at work. PET PEEVE : Pet peeves. FUTURE PLANS: Hair- dressing. 44 JANE LAWSON DIANE LA VOIE Her sunny smile and personality, Enables her to win friends easily. folksinger . . . Burlington . . . nice voice Glee Club 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2; HAPPIEST WHEN goofing off. PET PEEVE : Teachers who follow the book letter for letter. FU- TURE PLANS: To study music. DAVID LeBLANC A famous artist Dave will someday be. His talent is obviously easy to see. ambitious . . . artistic . . amiable Baseball 3 ; Cross Country 2 ; Hockey 3 ; Intramural Basket- ball 1 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Carni- val Ball Participant 2; HAP- PIEST WHEN walking home from school. PET PEEVE : Fifth period study. FUTURE PLANS: Art College. An intelligent miss with most winning ways, Not often does Jane get much less than straight A’s. “Ag” . . . lead pipe . . . leopard lennis i, — — — — f — , — r V I LIlcoLI a X f 3 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 1 , 2 , 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1 , 2 , 3 : Pep Club 1 , 2 ; Senior Play 3 ; Year- book Staff 3 ; Newspaper Staff 2 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carni- val Ball Participant 2, 3 ; Stu- dent Exchange Day 2 ; Spring Concert 1 , 2 , 3 ; Arlington Ex- change Concert 1, 3 ; Booster Club 1, 2 , 3 ; Student Forum Interview 2 ; Drama Club 3 • HAPPIEST WHEN in Kittery with Billy or with D. L. PET PEEVE: Ignorant teachers. FUTURE PLANS: College. JAMES LEMBO Although in appearance ”Jim” seems shy. In reality he’s a great and friendly guy. smart . . . baseball . . . chem- istry?! Baseball 1, 2 ; Cross Country 2, 3; Track 3; HAPPIEST WHEN T. A. B. W. B. PET PEEVE: French. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. RICHARD LENT Smart, carefree with a friendy grin. It s certain that success is what he’ll win. musically inclined . . . talented . . . smart Orchestra 1, 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 All District Music Rep. 1 • Ir teract 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 3 Newspaper Staff 3 ; Carniva Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Stu e r?r t .r COUnCil 3 ; HAPPIES’ WHEN P. or H. F. M. PE’ PEEVE : Foreign Language 1 FUTURE PLANS: College. JUDY LOUNSBURY A friend to each and everyone, Judy is always having fun. admirable . . . dependable . easy Co-ed Volleyball 3 ; Glee Cl 2. 3 ; Girls’ Choir .3 Pep Club i, 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Ci Sr 1 tJt, Bal1 Participant 2, HAPPIEST WHEN with Ch: lie. PET PEEVE: Cliques F TURE PLANS: Teacher’s C lege. JAMES MacDONALD Turkey s the name we ki nun by. With his great personality, Quite a guy. S2 ■ • • ■ Sfp?isT c °s d „ E S " u s, i - ' i end comes. PET PEE 1 Frederic’s Pharmacy. FUTT PLANS : College. 1 JUDITH LENTINE She’s sometimes quiet, sometimes shy. But very special in Jackie’s eye. John . . . quiet . . . nice clothes Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2; HAPPIEST WHEN with Jack. PET PEEVE: Homework. FUTURE PLANS : Business School. EDWARD LYNCH He s small in size but everyone knows. In personality, he grows and grows. HAPPIEST WHEN out riding around in car with no home- work. PET PEEVE: A girl, most teachers, running out of f,r S .J T ” car sc hool. FUTURE PLANS: Trade School. CHARLES MacINNES The life of the party with wit that is quick. If you go down to Brigham’s you re bound to see “Chick”. Chick” . . . Brigham’s . . . pennies • i o , o Luueni boun- cil 3; HAPPIEST WHEN hang- ing at Brigham’s. PET PEEVE • N. G. FUTURE PLANS: Cali- iornia. 45 DONALD MacLEOI) Friendly is our Don MacLeod, Never too quiet, never too loud, devoted . . . serious . . . walker HAPPIEST WHEN leaving ichool a i 2 : 80 I ' ET i E E V E Walking in the halls. FUTURE PLANS: College. EDWARD MAGUIRE With friendliness and good a-glow, Ed is certainly nice to know. Joanne . . . smart . . . Tufts Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Co- ed Volleyball 1 ; Science Club 3 ; Student Council 1 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN hitting a quar- terback from the blind side. PET PEEVE: The late bell. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERT MacNEIL Distinguished dresser and lots of fun, Rob is liked by everyone. neat dresser . . . achiever . . . spirited Interact 3; Newspaper Staff 3: HAPPIEST WHEN on vaca- tion. PET PEEVE: Mid-yeai and finals. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARIA MALOOF Always smiling when Bobby’s around. She’s got this boy upside-down. Bobby . . . D. D. . . . S. M. Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1. 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with Bobby. PET PEEVE: Saturday nights. FUTURE PLANS I.B.M. BERJ M AN OU SHAG I AN Sincerity and friendliness his qualities are, We predict he’ll go quite far. intelligent . . . quiet . . . good- natured Track 2 ; Science Club 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with family and friends. PET PEEVE: Peo- ple who don’t care about others. FUTURE PLANS: Engineering College. ELEANOR MATARAZZO Trim, petite and full of fun. This girl is liked by everyone. trim . . . short cute . . . quiet Glee Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN not in school. PET PEEVE : Teachers who give too much homework. FUTURE PLANS: Dancing. LEE MAYMAN Happy and smart is this guy Lee, A friend to all, he’ll always be. Heads . . . scooter . . . “Blob Wilson’’ Drama Club 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Math Team 2 ; Senior Play 3 ; Interact 2, 3, Secretary 3 ; News- paper Managing Editor 2 ; Newspaper Editor 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3, Assistant Editor ; French Club 3, Vice Pres. ; Fu- ture Teachers 2, Vice Pres. 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with A in C. PET PEEVE: J. M. B. S. et al. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. MICHAEL MARTINEK A flashing smile that’s friendly and nice. In a crowd, he’ll break the ice. witty . . . talkative . . . joker Newspaper Staff 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN fishing, listening to R B, or at the Drags or a hockey game. PET PEEVE : Monday mornings. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. TERRY MATHEWSON Smile sincere, a loyal friend. Her pleasant ways, we hope won’t end. independent . . . pretty smile . . . teacher’s plague Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE : Bossy teachers. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. EDWARD MAYO He’s quiet but what a brain! We know success some day he’ll obtain. newspaper . . . debater . . . diligent Football 2, 3 ; Track 1 ; Inter- act 3 ; Newspaper Staff 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN digging up a story for the “Spartan Spokes- man’’. PET PEEVE: Math Class. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. 46 JUDITH MAZZA This energetic and intelligent girl with long brown hair, Is known well by everyone everywhere. beauty . . . brains . . . stylish Future Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Usher at Graduation 2; HAPPIEST WHEN the weekend comes. PET PEEVE : Announcements that start at 2:30. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. john McCarthy In class he’s quiet but make no error. On the football field he’s quite a terror. Treacy . . . football . . . smart Football 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1, 3 ; Track 2; Basketball 1, 2; Stu- dent Gym Leader 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN playing football. PET PEEVE: “The corner”. FU- TURE PLANS: College. KENNETH McCANN When it comes to art, Kenny’s a pro, A finer friend you’ll never know, artist . . . cars . . . terrific Glee Club 2 ; Yearbook Staff 3, 4 ; Newspaper Staff 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN anticipating something good. PET PEEVE : School. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. MAUREEN McCLUSKEY Pretty, smart with real dark hair. Always willing, always there. Chuck . . . Norz . . . likeable Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN out Friday and Saturday nights on a date with my friends. PET PEEVE : Busy telephone lines. FUTURE PLANS: College. david McCullough For running and jumping Dave sure has a knack. That’s probably the reason why he’s always at the track, fun loving . . . good sport . . . cute Cross Country 1, 2, 3 : Hockey 1, 3; Track 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN it’s 2:30 p. m. PET PEEVE: School. FUTURE PLANS: College. edward McLaughlin Full of fun from head to toes, “Eddy” is well liked wherever he goes. defiant . . . teacher’s plague . . . short guy Football 1, 2 ; Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2; Glee Club 3 ; Science Club 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN at the drags. PET PEEVE: Tall people that think they’re big. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. PAULA McNULTY Cute and popular with big blue eyes, Paula rates really special with a certain guy. Ronnie . . . F. N. . . . cute Field Hockey 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Year- book Comm. 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Ronnie. PET PEEVE: G. I. R. L. S. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. KEVIN McGINNESS He may seem quiet, but oh my. There is mischief in his eye. whiz . . . capable . . . ambitious HAPPIEST WHEN camping. PET PEEVE: Conformity. FU- TURE PLANS: College. GRACE McMANUS Where drawing and designing and the like are in view, Grace is always there with a pencil in groove. dependable . . . art major . . . good natured Girls’ Choir 1 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN teacher says no homework over the weekend. PET PEEVE : Teachers who go on talking after the bell has rung. FUTURE PLANS: Jr. College. THOMAS MEEGAN In future years, as you can see, A real success, Tom will be. quiet . . , sincere . . . bashful Baseball 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: Homework. FUTURE PLANS : Service. 47 ELEANOR MEEHAN A drill team girl with a flashing sabre, To Ellie, marching is anything but labor. drill team . . . guidance . . . reliable Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Dance Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN wirm.m ' while with ”Kel”. PET PEEVE: Losing C. G. and D. T. con- tests. FUTURE PLANS: Busi- ness School or College. CHERYL MESSINA Cheryl’s so cheery, a most trusted friend. We hope that her pleasant ways will not end. Schaeffer’s . . . giggles . . . congenial Glee Club 1, 2, 3 : Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Sen- ior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Spring Con- cert 1, 2, 3 ; Arlington Exchange Concert 1, 2, 3 ; Memorial Day Program 2; HAPPIEST WHEN doing things for and with other people. PET PEEVE The high school corridors. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial or Junior College. THOMAS MEEHAN Pleasant, helpful without a care, Where there is fun Tom’s always there. considerate . . . smiles . . . friendly HAPPIEST WHEN sleeping. PET PEEVE: School. FUTURE PLANS: School. ROGER MILLEN Always a joke, always a smile, Roger is happy all the while. “England” . . . organ . . . girls Student Council 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN I lived in England. PET PEEVE : People who haven’t got manners. FUTURE PLANS: Trade School. KATHLEEN MILLER Short, quiet, and rather shy. Good luck won’t pass her by. petite . . . nice to know . . . friendly Pep Club 3: HAPPIEST WHEN with L. T. and P. S. PET PEEVE : M. and the cliques. FUTURE PLANS: Hair Dress- ing. KAREN MOORE Long brown hair plus a beauti- ful smile, For Karen the boys would gladly run a mile. Grant’s . . . Jade East . . . pretty Girls’ Basketball 3 ; Co-ed Volley Ball 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Future Teachers of America 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Prom Comm. 2, 3 : Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out with the gang. PET PEEVE: Having the school day lengthened and M. T. B. E. FUTURE PLANS: College. JOANNE MUDGE Vivacious, cute, and always neat. In every way she can’t be beat. R. H. . . . “Where’s Millie?” . . . spirited Intramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Majorette 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Year- book Staff 3 ; Prom Comm. 2 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; Band- Orchestra Tag Day 2, 3 ; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3 ; Arlington Ex- change Concert 1, 3; Homecom- ing Day Comm. 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN W. S. I. L. PET PEEVE: Short lunch periods. FUTURE PLANS: College. STANLEY MITCHELL Funny, daring, with not a care, When excitement’s around, Stan is there. good sport . . . spirited . . . carefree Football 1 ; Golf 3 ; Track 1 ; Basketball 1, 3 ; Intramural Bas- ketball 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN I get out of school. PET PEEVE : Homework. FUTURE PLANS : Military Service and College. KAREN MOREIRA Happy and witty is this lass. She can liven up most any class. Phil . . . Woburn . . . Buck- wheat Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with P. H. having a G. T. PET PEEVE: Staying home. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. PRISCILLA MULLEN Talent in writing is just one trait. Of this perky blond who with us does rate. “Cilia” . . . lively . . . political notes Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Sen- ior Play Comm. 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Carnival Ball Par- ticipant 2 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN happy. PET PEEVE: M. S. and W. M. P.’s. FUTURE PLANS: College. 48 SHIRLEY MURRIN Shirley is a happy bubble, Having fun and getting into trouble. " Mickey Mouse” . . . sports ears . . . unpredictable Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3; HAPPIEST WHEN on a date. PET PEEVE : Home- work on weekends. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. School. JOANNE NADEAU Joanne’s a girl with charming ways, Who’s sure to succeed in future days. dancer . . . neat dresser . . . chic Girls’ Ensemble 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 ; Dance Club 1 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Usher 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2: HAP- PIEST WHEN with Frank and with the gang at P. J. P.’s. PET PEEVE: J. W. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. Operator. ELIZABETH MUSE She may seem shy and sometimes quiet. But among friends Betty-Lou is quite a riot. Skip . . . Woburn . . . attrac- tive Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Stu- dent Council 2; HAPPIEST WHEN on a date. PET PEEVE : Homework on weekends. FU- TURE PLANS: I.B.M. School. RICHARD NICKERSON Quiet and reserved is our own “little Nick”, But just watch out when his motor starts to tick, quiet . . . shy . . . tall HAPPIEST WHEN I got my first car. PET PEEVE: My Buddy. FUTURE PLANS: Work. SHIRLEY NORTON Always a smile, never a frown, A better friend could not be found. gentle . . . capable . . . math Pep Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN it ' s 2:30. PET PEEVE None. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. MARIJANE O’KEEFE Cute, athletic on the beam, “Janie’s” an asset to any team. full of life . . . field hockey . . . beautiful hair Softball 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 3 ; Gymnastics Club 2, 3 ; Student Gym Leader 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN participating in sports and up New Hampshire. PET PEEVE: None. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. EDWARD OLSEN Pleasure before business he will say. When he looks for fun the whole long day. quiet . . . hockey . . . shy Cross Country 3 ; Intramural Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Glee Club 2 : HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: R. FUTURE PLANS: College. MICHELE O’CONNELL A beautiful girl, a smile so fair. Our own little Michele is beyond compare. petite . . . cute . . . cheerful Glee Club 2, 3 ; Future Secre- taries Club 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with the gang. PET PEEVE : Homework o:r weekends. FU- TURE PLANS: Business School. PAUL O’LEARY His wit is what makes him tops with all. When fun’s around, Paul’s on the ball. “Blauser” . . . Harwich . . . 4002 Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3 : Basketball 1 : Co-ed Volleyball 1. 2, 3 : Glee Club 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN singing. PET PEEVE: E. F. R. FUTURE PLANS: College. ELEANOR ORDWAY So tall and slim, she’s quite a treat. Her stylish ways just can’t be beat. Eddie . . . stylish . . . pep squad Intramural Basketball 1 ; Girls’ Bask etball 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 3; Fu- ture Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Prom. 2 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Usher at Graduation 2 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; Student Council 2. 3 ; P T. L. Tag Day 2 ; Yearbook Comm 3: HAPPIEST WHEN at football games and W. M H PET PEEVE: T. W. H. P. FUTURE PLANS: Business Col- lege. 49 JEAN O’TOOLE THOMAS OTTAVI A papular head cheerleader with personality to spare. To this ideal friend none can compare. Co-captain . . . fabulous . . . well-known Field Hockey 1 ; Co-ed Volley Ball 1, 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Cheer- leader 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Class Treasurer 2; Yearbook Comm. 3; HAP- PIEST WHEN at hockey Karnes. PET PEEVE: l.L.R. FUTURE PLANS: Physical Therapy. CHARLES PAGLIUCA Charlie’s a senior whom every- one knows. Noted for his taste in really nice clothes. “Chuck” . . . handsome . . . sharpdresser Co-ed Volleyball 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 2, 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN second time around. PET PEEVE: DB’s. FUTURE PLANS: College. He ' s friendly, good-natured, and will always go, Tom ' s a kid we’re proud to know, tall . . . quiet . . . shy Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3: Science Club 2, 3: HAPPIEST WHEN in study halls. PET PEEVE: G.L. FUTURE PLANS: College. CATHERINE PALERMO A little quiet and always kind, A truer friend you couldn’t find, pretty . . . charming . . . voice Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Dance Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Usher at Graduation 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2 ; Nursing Club 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN in school. PET PEEVE : Stubborn boys. FUTURE PLANS : Nursing. MARIA PAVIA Pretty eyes, shiny long hair. Of good friends, she has her share. long hair . . . cool clothes . . . a go-go Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 1, 2 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Spring Concert 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with Mickey. PET PEEVE : Bor- ing teachers. FUTURE PLANS: Fashion Designer-. CAROL PETRUZZI This dark-haired girl is the peo- ple’s choice. With her friendly ways, and lovely voice. soprano . . . quiet . . . nice clothes Girls’ Ensemble 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2 ; All Dis- trict Music Rep. 3 ; Pep Club I, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Partici- pant 1, 2, 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN at the Cape with the gang. PET PEEVE : Boys with boats. FUTURE PLANS : College. JESSICA POTI Always laughing, always gay, “Jessy” is tops in every way. New Hampshire . . . helpful . . . pleasant Future Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN talking. PET PEEVE: Homework. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. VIRGINIA PERCOCO It’s nice to be natural. When you’re naturally nice. “Ginnie” . . . typist . . . cute Softball 1 : Future Teachers of America 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Play Comm. 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN on summer Va- cation. PET PEEVE : Teachers. FUTURE PLANS: College. DONNA POOLE Always sincere, always a smile, Donna is happy all the while, enthusiastic . . . star . . . friendly Softball 2 : Student Gym Leader 2, 3 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 1, 2; Future Secretaries Club 3 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Usher 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with the gang and summer vacation. PET PEEVE : Homework on weekends. FU- TURE PLANS : Junior College. DONNA PROVENCAL Small, cute, and very sweet, As a friend she can’t be beat, beautiful smile . . . quiet . . . petite HAPPIEST WHEN with Mike. PET PEEVE : Boring teachers. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. 50 .0 W JILL PUGLIA Friend to you and to me. Happy with Dean she’ll always be. Dean . . . nice . . . peppy Glee Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: Getting up early. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial work. ELIZABETH RANDAZZO “Betty-Ann” as she is known by all her friends. But to the number of admirers you could never find an end. Billy . . . “Betty-Ann” . . . giggles Co-ed Volleyball 3; Glee Club 3 ; Future Secretaries Club 3 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Billy. PET PEEVE: Home- work. FUTURE PLANS: Hair- dressing School. HEIDI REID Friendly, cheerful and always a smile, She’s making new friends all the while. ytage manager . . . pleasant . . . hardworking Glee Club 2, 3 ; Dance Club 1 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Play 3 ; Drama Festival 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN alone or when I participate in a play. PET PEEVE: Alarm clocks and school bells. FUTURE PLANS: Junior College. LINDA REINOLD Short blond hair, pretty smile, This girl is always right in style. Andy . . . Winchester . . . Dunkin’ Donut’s Glee Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: “G”. FU- TURE PLANS: L. P. N. DOUGLAS ROBINSON Pleasure first and business after, His life is free and holds much laughter. “Doug” . . . cross country . . . English Cross Country I, 2, 3 ; Hockey 3; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2; Glee Club 3; HAPPIEST WHEN not in school. PET PEEVE: The witch. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. JAMES ROWEAN If Jim’s your friend, you’ve chosen well. For he’s an artist who’s really swell. Mich . . . Star Market . . . artist Intramural Basketball 1 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN Stoneham makes the State Hockey Tournament. PET PEEVE: Studies in the auditorium. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARILYN RUDMAN Sweet, charming and quite petite, This combination can’t be beat, pretty . . . Soprano . . . effi- cient Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2 ; Future Secretaries Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN on weekends. PET PEEVE: Crowds in corridors. FUTURE PLANS: Work. KAREN ROBINSON A great friend as we all know, Karen brings happiness wher- ever she goes, petite . . . typist . . . lively Pep Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Woody. PET PEEVE: Gym make-up. FUTURE PLANS; Hairdresser. KATHLEEN ROY Kathy is cute and petite. And all the boys sure think she’s sweet. A1 . . . petite . . . neat Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN dreaming of the future. PET PEEVE: Re- port cards. FUTURE PLANS: Junior College. LAWRENCE RUSSO A good-looking guy who’s really quite funny. Though his thoughts are often on the one who makes honey. Bee . . . Brigham’s . . . hand- some Cross Country 1 ; Track 1 ; Co- ed Volleyball 1 ; Gymnastics Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Prom Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; Student Coun- cil 3 ; Chorus 1, 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN hanging around Redstone. PET PEEVE: Major- ettes. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. 51 NICOLENE RUSSO She’s pretty and popular, the well-dressed kind, But a truer friend yon never could find. Jerry . . . clothes . . . popular Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN C. C. IN F. J. PET PEEVE: Waiting for people. FUTURE PLANS: Busi- ness School. JEAN SALTERIO “Marion” is her name, born as Jean, But in Jim’s eyes, she’s a queen. " Marion” . . . Jimmy . . . great dancer Girls’ Basketball 3 ; Glee Club 3 ; Pep Club 3 ; Yearbook Comm. 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN away from school. PET PEEVE: Re- por t cards. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. CHARLES RYAN Tall and friendly is this guy, Although at times he seems quite shy. " Max’’ . . . 31A . . . Chem. Lab Football 1, 2 ; Cross Country 1 ; Track 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2; Co-ed Volleyball 1 : Student Council 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN it’s Friday. PET PEEVE: None. FUTURE PLANS: College. BARBARA SALVO Her friendly way, her quick bright smile, Win friends for Barb, all the while. active . . . peppy . . . good kid Tennis 1 ; Intramural Basket- ball 1 ; Future Teachers of America 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN Saturday arrives. PET PEEVE : Homework on holi- days. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. CHARLES SALVO Still waters run deep, they say, A man of renown he’ll be some day. “Chuck” . . . scholar . . . serious Track 2 ; Math Team 2, 3 ; Science Club 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN we are having a fire drill. PET PEEVE: Teachers who talk during fifth period study. FUTURE PLANS: Chemist. MICHAEL SAVELO For making friends, he has the knack. For personality, he doesn’t lack. easy-going . . . fun . . . alert Glee Club 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN not in school. PET PEEVE: Cafeteria lunches. FU- TURE PLANS: Work. EDWARD SCHULTZ This boy never wears a frown. Troubles never get him down, good-natured . . . “Mad” maga- zine . . . witty Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Gymnas- tics Club 2; HAPPIEST WHEN on vacation. PET PEEVE : Monday mornings. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANTHONY SANNIZZARO As neat as a pin, and real sincere. Everyone’s happy when Tony is there. “Tony” . . . T-Bird . . . talk- ative Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN M. H. forgets my phone num- ber. PET PEEVE: The office. FUTURE PLANS: Musician. MICHLYN SCARPITTO “Micky’s” a cheerleader that everyone knows. She’s liked by all wherever she goes. Jimmy . . . C. P. O.’s . . . levis Softball 1, 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Gym- nastics Club 2, 3 : Student Gym Leader 2, 3 ; Cheerleader 3 ; Fu- ture Teachers of America 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2. 3; Traffic Squad 2 ; Student Council 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN cheering and when with J. PET PEEVE : “D” Lunch. FUTURE PLANS: College. EDWARD SCOTT Questions in class are Ed’s favorite game. Perhaps some day this will bring him fame. color guard . . . obliging . . . timid Track 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with certain people. PET PEEVE : Money. FUTURE PLANS: Accounting. 52 JOHN SCULLEY This is John, the witty twin. But aren’t they both? You just can’t win. Brigham’s . . . JA! , , . ‘‘the guys” Cross Country 1 ; Track 2, 3 : Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2; HAP- PIEST WHEN standing down Brigham’s. PET PEEVE: N. G. FUTURE PLANS: California. ROBERT SIMPSON Perpetual friendliness and a towering mind, Constitute the admirable impression Bob leaves behind. “Stubby” . . . smart . . . A. B. Award Football 1, 2, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN vacation comes. PET PEEVE: Home- work. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. RICHARD SCULLEY This is Rick, the other one. No resemblance, but pust as much fun. Redstone . . . “Hook” . . . Brigham’s Cross Country 1, 2; Track 2; Intramural Basketball 1 ; Glee Club 1, 3 ; Interact 1 : Traffic Squad 1 : HAPPIEST WHEN hanging around. PET PEEVE: People who think that they are smart when they’re really Stupid. FUTURE PLANS: Eu- rope. BETTY SMITH Blond hair, pretty and neat, Here is a girl who is very sweet. quiet . . . amiable . . . pleasant Softball 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Traffic Squad 3; HAPPIEST WHEN playing the guitar in the rain. PET PEEVE: Top lockers. FU- TURE PLANS: Secretary. £ DONNA SMITH Donna’s cute, you sure can tell. And as a friend who’s really swell. redhead . . . cute . . . Bobby Glee Club 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Nursing Club 2; HAPPIEST WHEN the weekend comes. PET PEEVE: Writing essays. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School and marrying Bob. KATHERINE SMITH Kind, friendly, happy too, Kathy is seldom ever blue, studious . . . considerate . . . intelligent Library 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN it’s 2:30. PET PEEVE: Homework. FUTURE PLANS : Nursing School. ROBYN SMITH A real cute girl with a Pixie smile. Flirting with the guys all the while. cute . . . peppy . . . beautiful hair Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3 : Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN playing my guitar and singing off key. PET PEEVE : News reports. FUTURE PLANS: Airline Stewardess. JOSEPH SMITH With a carefree heart and a mischievous smile, Joe’s a friend truly worthwhile. " Bear” . . . goalie . . . wise guy Football 1, 2, 3 ; Hockey 1, 2 3 ; Glee Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN eating. PET PEEVE: Term papers. FUTURE PLANS: Work. NATHALIE SMITH A most attractive girl, with a smile oh so nice. Nat makes the boys stop and look twice. Bill . . . Maine . . . attractive Co-ed Volleyball 2, 3 ; win- nastics Club 2, 3 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN in Maine. PET PEEVE: 150 miles. FU- TURE PLANS: College. GEOFFREY SOUTHER He is quiet as a rule. But very funny out of school, easily pleased . . . congenial . . . nice to know Football 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN alseep. PET PEEVE: Con- ceited girls. FUTURE PLANS: College. 53 PAULENE SPERO “Bee ' s” the best hh we all know. Ah friend, majorette, and with her beau. Larry . . . popular . . . beauti- ful clothes Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Gym- nastics Club 2, 3 ; Student Gym Leader 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3, Captain 3 ; Clee Club 2, 3 ; Fu- ture Teachers of America 1 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Prom Comm 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Class Secretary 1, 2, 3 ; Science Night 2; HAPPIEST WHEN making someone else happy. PET PEEVE: Accordian Play- ers. FUTURE PLANS: College. SUSAN STAHL With a .slim trim figure and clothes mo neat. This majorette is certainly sweet. Lee . . . English leather . . . majorette Co-ed Volleyball 2, 3 ; Ma- jorette 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Newspaper Staff 2, 3 ; Prom Comm. 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Spring Con- cert 2, 3 ; P. T. L. Tag Day 2, 3; Northeastern Mush I e ti- val 1, 2. 3; HAPPIEST WHEN with L. on a R. with a B. W . S. D. and an X. K. E. PET PEEVE: School Busses. FU- TURE PLANS: College. DIANNE STANDISH Tall and slim with long blond hair. Always friendly, with never a care. Andover . . . mixers . . . boys Glee Club 1, 2;. Girls’ Choir 2; Future Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Year- book Comm. 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN the weekend comes. PET PEEVE : The clique and conformists. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial School. MARSHALL STOKES Quiet and bashful is his style, But when he speaks, what he says is worthwhile, reserved . . . ambitious . . . willing to help Baseball 2 ; Cross Country 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Interact 3 ; Science Club 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2; HAPPIEST WHEN all’s right with the world. PET PEEVE : Making low marks in school. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARK STURGIS Brains and wit, he has them all. Mark is undoubtedly on the ball. parachute . . . good voice . . . smart Football Manager 2, 3 ; Track 2 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2 ; Boys’ State Rep. 2 ; P. T. L. Tag Day 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN working. PET PEEVE: Useless assign- ments. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. JEANNE SULLIVAN Fabulous kid, always a great pal, Jeanne is certainly quite a gal. Dickie . . . “M. M.” . . . “What can I say?’’ Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2, 3 ; Dance Club 1 ; Future Sec- retaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carni- val Ball Participant 2, 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: The Clique. FU- TURE PLANS: I.B.M. School and work. JAMES SULLIVAN A handsome smile, a winning way. He’d brighten up the darkest day. smart . . . nice eyes . . . great guy Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3 ; Track 2, 3 ; Basketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2, 3 ; Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 3 ; Interact 2, 3 ; Science Club 2 ; Newspaper Staff 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; P. T. L. Tag Day 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN summer comes. PET PEEVE : Cliques. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARION SUTERMEISTER Marion’s quiet, petite, and neat, A nicer friend you couldn’t meet. sincere . . . blondie . . . petite Glee Club 2 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN having ftin. PET PEEVE: Homework. FU- TURE PLANS: Work. JEAN SWEETSER A cute, petite brunette who’s full of fun, An outstanding friend, Jean’s the one. Bobby . . . peanut butter . . . cute Student Gym Leader 3 ; Glee Club 3 ; Girls’ Choir 1, 2 ; Fu- ture Teachers of America 1 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Prom Comm. 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; Social Chairman 1, 2 ; Spring Concert 1 ; Arlington Exchange 1, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Bob A. T. A. W. PET PEEVE: Top lockers and people who mess up library shelves. FUTURE PLANS: College. RONALD TESLER Smart, good-looking, one of the best, We’re sure his future will be a success. “Mr. Carol’’ . . . jelly beans . . . “Baron” Track 1, 2 ; Gymnastics Club 2 ; Senior Play 3 ; Drama Fes- tival 2 ; Stoneham High Art Show 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN tomorrow is today. PET PEEVE: Teachers who cannot spell. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. 54 DIANE THEOBALD Diane and her pretty eyes. Get’s the attention of all the guys. Jimmy . . . Woburn . . . pretty eyes Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; HAPPIEST WHEN out with Jimmy. PET PEEVE: C. T. R. T. S. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. Training. DONNA THORP Although you may think she’s quiet and shy, She’ll always greet you with a warm-hearted “Hi”, quiet . . . prompter . . . sweet Glee Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 3 ; Fashion Show 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with Bob. PET PEEVE: Homework. FU- TURE PLANS: Medical Secre- tary. JANICE THOMPSON Cute and friendly the word is go. Jan is really in the know. Jeep . . . pretty hair . . . fun Softball 1; Pep Club 1, 2. 3; Senior Play Comm. 3 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN out of school. PET PEEVE: Gym Showers. FUTURE PLANS: College. WILLIAM TICE When Bill’s around, the laughter flows. His wit stays with him where- ever he goes. Joe College . . . the foot . . . “Southerner” Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN leaving Massachusetts. PET PEEVE: Having nothing to do on weekends. FUTURE PLANS: College. PAUL TIMMERMAN His friendliness and good nature will always go, Paul is certainly a nice kid to know. good-looking . . . 107 . . . girls Usher at Graduation 2 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN in history classes. PET PEEVE : Deten- tion. FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. DENISE TRUESDALE Never flusterated, very neat. Her personality plus is hard to beat. Alto . . . receptionist . . . softball Softball 2 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Girls’ Ensemble 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Future Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Usher 3 ; Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2 ; Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN with the gang at P. J. P.’s and W. D. PET PEEVE: When things go wrong ! FU- TURE PLANS: Secretarial Work. ROBERT VALLANCE Even though he’s quiet and shy. Bob is certainly a really nice guy. “Bob” . . . Montvale Plaza . . . soft-spoken HAPPIEST WHEN Internation- al Date Night Rolls Around. PET PEEVE : Homework on weekends. FUTURE PLANS: College. SUSAN TODISCO A cuter model you couldn’t find. Sue drives the boys right out of their minds. Barry . . . model . . . attrac- tive Pep Club 3 ; Usher at Gradua- tion 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN the fire alarm rings in the middle of a test. PET PEEVE: Slimy lockerroom floors. FUTURE PLANS: College. PETER VALLANCE Quiet but nice as he can be, That’s Pete, as you can plainly see. “Pete” . . . quiet . . . depend- able HAPPIEST WHEN “out” on a Friday night. PET PEEVE : Teachers who talk through the 20 minute study after 5th period. FUTURE PLANS: Busi- ness College with I.B.M. pro- gram. WILLIAM VELARDOCCHIA He’s a scholar, ambitious, too, A bright career he has in view. “Tommy” . . . Math Team . . . intelligent Track 2 ; Math Team 2, 3 ; Science Club 2, 3 ; Senior Play 3; HAPPIEST WHEN solving a very tough problem. PET PEEVE : People that get their way when they shouldn’t. FU- TURE PLANS: College. 55 H. SCOTT WADDLE He (teems (shy, he «eem» quiet, But we all know he ' s quite a riot. fun . . . always happy . . . joker Cross Country 1 ; Track 1, 2 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2; Gymnas- tics Club 2 ; Interact 2, 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN on vacation. PET PEEVE: M. L. FUTURE PLANS: College or Business. LOLA WELLS Bright red hair, eyes of brown. When Kevin is near she can always be found. “Red” . . . Kevin . . . food Glee Club 2 ; Future Secretaries Club 3; Pep Club 3: Carnival Ball Participant 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN witn Kevin. PET PEE E: Parking a car. FU- TURE PLANS: Secretary. CATHERINE WAGER An a majorette, this gal is great. With her charm and poise, she will always rate. Cathy . . . sophisticated , . . smart Student Gym Leader 3 ; Major- ette 3; Dance Club 1, 3; Fu- ture Teachers of America 3; Carnival Ball Participant 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN performing a routine perfectly. PET PEEVE : Not being able to co- ordinate our routine. FUTURE PLANS: College. GEORGE WENGEN In math and science George excels. In fact, he does most anything quite well. hard worker . . . scholar . . . diligent Orchestra 1 ; Band 1, 2, 3 : Science Club 2 ; Usher at Grad- uation 2 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 1, 2. 3 ; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3 ; Band Orchestra Tag Day 1. 2 ; Arlington Exchange Concert 1 ; Dance Band 1, 2, 3 ; Science Night 2 ; Northeastern Music Festival 1 ; HAPPIEST WHEN working on the car. PET PEEVE : Monday morning. FUTURE PLANS: College. dh JANICE WHATELEY A grand sense of humor with brown hair of curl. Just ask anyone, our Jan s a great girl. Clay . . . “Whateless” . . . fabulous Co-ed Volleyball 1, 3 : Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 : Prom Comm. 2, 3 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2, 3 ; Spring Concert 2, 3 ; Dance Decoration Committee 1, 2, 3 ; P. T. L. Tag Day 1 ; Year- book Comm. 3 : HAPPIEST WHEN with my Honey 1 PET PEEVE: Monday mornings. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. ALLEN WHITFORD Skip’s quick wit is his out- standing trait. Among friends he’s sure to rate. “Skip” . . . tall . . . North Conway Interact 1 : Traffic Squad 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN skiing. PET PEEVE: M. R. FUTURE PLANS: College. JUDITH WHITTEN A loyal friend, cheery and bright, Judy’s one you can’t help but like. Jimmy . . . “are you kidding” . . . basketball Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Co-ed Voileyball 2, 3 ; Student Gym Leader 3 ; Future Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Play Comm. 3; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Prom Comm. 2, 3 ; Student Council 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN riding the range with J. PET PEEVE: M. H. E. R. W. FUTURE PLANS: College. GEORGE WHITE Fond of a co-captain, fond of fun. Happiest when the school day’s done. handsome . . . wheat . . . Judy Football 1, 2, 3 : Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; Track 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, 3 : Student Gym Leader 2. 3; HAPPIEST WHEN in Ver- mont. PET PEEVE: W. T. B. C. M. M. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARK WHITLEY He ' s brilliant, reserved and has high aims, We’re sure our editor will achieve great fame, above-average . . . co-editor . . . hard worker Football Manager 2, 3 ; Track Manager 2; Yearbook Editor 3: Newspaper Editor 3 ; Newspaper Advertising Manager 2 ; Usher at Graduation 2 ; Boys’ State Representative 2 ; Harvard Book Award 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN hard at work. PET PEEVE : Late newspaper stories. FU- TURE PLANS : College. PATRICIA WIECZOREK Patsy’s cute and very smart, And Tommy’s closest to her heart. “Patsy-Lou” . . . Tommy . . . quiet Glee Club 2 ; Future Secretaries Club 3 : Pep Club 1. 2, 3 ; Prom Comm. 3 : Senior Tea Comm. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 2 : HAPPIEST WHEN with Tom- my. PET PEEVE : Saturday nights. FUTURE PLANS: Sec- retary. 56 BETH WILLIAMS BRUCE WILLIAMS Spreading sunshine in every way. With a heart that laughs both night and day. lively . . . unpredictable . . . majorette Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2 ; Major- ette 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Dance Club 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Prom Comm. 2, 3 ; Senior Tea Usher 2 ; Car- nival Ball Participant 2 ; HAP- PIEST WHEN at the beach in the summer. PET PEEVE: Fi- guring the initials of the “Pet Peeves. " FUTURE PLANS: Col- lege. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS To our popular president success is due. If you need a friend, Doug is for you. President . . . Drummerboy . . . handsome Baseball 1, 2 ; Intramural Bas- ketball 1 ; Co-ed Volleyball 2 ; Orchestra 1, 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; All-District Music Rep. 2 ; Carnival Ball Participant 1, 2, 3 ; Student Council 1, 2, 3 ; Dance Band 1, 2, 3 ; Class Presi- dent 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN playing the drums. PET PEEVE: Monday mornings. FUTURE PLANS: Music School. Friendly to one, friendly to all. He’s always there to answer the call. congenial . . . Ham radio . . . sincere HAPPIEST WHEN traveling and being with the kids. PET PEEVE : Certain physical science teachers. FUTURE PLANS: General Motors Train- ing School. KEVIN WILSON Laughter, mischief, gaiety, fun. Of this kind, there is only one. fun-loving . . . mischievous . . . good voice Golf 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN I win my match in golf. PET PEEVE : Monday mornings. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. GREGORY WRIGHT Greg ' s strong defense has brought Stoneham fame, “Sports " should be his middle name. football . . . “Magoo " . . . Pratt Football 1, 2, 3 ; Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; Track 2, 3 ; Co-ed Volley Ball 1, 2, 3 ; Student Gym Lead- er 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Prom Comm. 2 ; HAPPIEST WHEN winning a football or hockey game and when in Vermont. PET PEEVE: Getting up in the mornings. FUTURE PLANS: College. KAREN ZUREK Short and cute and really sweet. As a friend, she can’t be beat, petite . . . Donnie . . . Grant’s Co-ed Volleyball 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 ; Girls’ Choir 2 ; Prom Comm. 2, 3 ; P. T. L. Tag Day 3 ; Future Secretaries Club 3 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 ; Yearbook Staff 3 ; Carnival Ball Parti- cipant 2, 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN the weekend comes and with the kids. PET PEEVE: Gym exercises and lengthening the school day. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. GEORGE YEE Shy, quiet, good to know. On to success he’s sure to go. intelligent . . . likeable . . . active Science Club 3 ; HAPPIEST WHEN on vacation. PET PEEVE: Waiting for people who are late. FUTURE PLANS : College. 57 MARYANN LALICATA July 12, 1948 -Dec. 1, 1965 “Perhaps on Earth 1 shall never behold With an eye of sense, your outward form and semblance; Therefore to me ye will never grow old, But live forever young in my remembrance.” — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow HHHHH M ■ bkowh ‘‘Go, tell the Spartans, thou who passest by, That here obedient to their laws we lie” — Simonides 468 B.C. With the passing of twenty-five centuries, the Spartans continue to rule their opponents on the field. Through rugged training, tough playing, and exemplary sportsmanship , they have again maintained the Spartan tradition. Front row (1. to r.) waterboy J. Margaritta, R. Scroc- ca, J. Smith, R. Simpson, R. Sampson, S. Cantone, P. Taylor, W. Cook, F. Hale, J. DiCarlo, waterboy N. DeTeso. Second row — manager R. Groh, D. Connolly, E. Mayo, W. Cunningham, S. Andrick, E. D ' Entre- mont, A. Thorley, J. Savelo, P. West, M. Monagle, G. Donovan, C. Maclnnes. Third row — manager M. Sturgis, J. McCarthy, E. Maguire, P. O’Leary, L. Ro- tundi, G. Eramo, P. Fletcher, C. Conn, D. DiGangi, J. Fortini, P. Kean. Fourth row — manager M. Whitley, G. Souther, J. DeCaro, R. Johnson, A. DeTeso, P. O’Leary, F. Howe, Tri-Captains B. Harrison, D. Chap- man, and G. Wright, E. Haslem, D. Robertson, D. Reinold, R. Hill, R. Romboli, J. Kean, P. DeGreuttola. Spartan Strength and Determination Lead FOOTBALL In a league which fosters some of the tough- est football competition in the state, the Spar- tan team earned a commendable fourth place, ahead of such perennial foes as Concord, Lex- ington and Belmont. Predominantly a senior team, the line, including Ed D’Entremont, John McCarthy, Ken Conn, Bob Johnson, Bob Hill, was headed up by tri-captains Bruce Coach Margarita with tri-captains Greg Wright, Bruce Harrison, and Dan Chapman. VARSITY RECORD FOOTBALL STONEHAM OPPONENT 6 Melrose 22 6 Winchester 6 15 Lexington 0 13 Concord 8 15 Newburyport 22 0 Wakefield 18 8 Belmont 8 6 Reading 22 Glen Eramo passes to Ted Cantone for a long run. Captain Greg Wright — Most Valuable Player, Most Valuable in Thanks- giving Day Game, Best Back, Most Popular Play- er. STARTING OFFENSE Front row — J. McCarthy, R. Johnson, E. D’Entremont, D. Chap- man, B. Harrison, C. Conn, L. Rotundi. Back row — S. Andrick, G. Wright, G. Eramo, T. Cantone. Captain Dan Chapman gets the play from Coach Margarita to Success Harrison and Dan Chapman. Highlighting the action in the Spartan Backfield was tri-cap- tain Greg Wright along with quarterback Glen Eramo and halfback Steve Andrick. The team may well have enjoyed an even more successful season had Backfield Stars Alan DeTeso, Peter Fletcher, and George White not been sidelined for much of the season. Captain Greg Wright averaged 42 yds. punting. ■555- 152 • •• - A , - £ I i | TSjj w A jm ■» ’ • STARTING DEFENSE Front row — R. Hill, R. Johnson, B. Harrison, P. O’Leary, E. D’Entremont, D. Chapman, E. Haslam. Back row — S. Andrick, P. Taylor, P. Fletcher, G. Wright. SENIORS— Front Row (L. to R.) Co- captains J. Downes and .1. O’Toole. Back Row — M. Scarpitto, T. Bourque, L. Jones. Co-captains Jean O’Toole and Judy Downes. “Is it a first down?” CHEERLEADERS At every athletic event our cheerleaders were pre- sent to lead the Spartans to victory. Their familiar voices and energetic spirit led the pep squad in en- thusiastic support of every team. Whether marching in parades, conducting pep rallies, or dances, the cheer- leaders performed with the utmost dedication for which all of Stoneham can be very proud. Front Row (L. to R.) Co-captains J. Downes and J. O’Toole. Back Row — L. Jones, T. Bourque, M. Scarpitto, J. Murphy, A. Guyer, A. Pagliarula. 66 Senior Majorettes: Lieutenant, Debbie Brown; Cathy Wager, Barbara Craigie, Susan Stahl, Captain, Paulene Spero; Beth Williams, Susan Forrest, Joanne Mudge, Lieutenant, Linda Laurie. MAJORETTES Under the talented leadership of Captain “Bee” Spero and Lieutenants Debbie Brown and Linda Laurie, this year’s majorette squad added a special spark to all our football games, parades, and rallies. They spent many long hard hours practicing and their colorful routines delighted and entertained all those who saw them per- form. Smiling majorettes keep up morale during a tough game. Majorette Squad (1 to r) — front row: Ann Harrington, Linda Merlino, Ruth Carroll, Janet Teschek, Susan Forrest, Joanne Mudge. Second row: Linda Laurie, Susan Stahl, Cathy Wager, Barbara Craigie, Beth Williams, Paulene Spero, Elaine McCallum, Sally Cail, Debbie Brown. 67 SENIOR PEP SOUAD Enthusiasm is an important ingredient in any sporting event. Receiving full support from loyal pep squad members, Spartan ath- letic teams are spurred on to victory. Attend- ing competitions as representatives of Stone- ham High, they constantly display their school spirit. Their thunderous applause and enthusiastic cheers are greatly appreciated by all. Officers: President, Eleanor Ordway; Vice- President, Jean O’Toole; Secretary, Elizabeth Muse; Treasurer, Jean Sweetser. Pep Squad backs up cheerleaders in sup- porting our basketball team. Our “overwhelming” pep squad provided a booming cheering section to inspire our teams to victory. 68 FIELD HOCKEY Varsity — 1st row, 1. to r.: J. Downes, D. Byrne, S. Botticelli, M. O’Keefe, J. Kustra, L. Jones, S. Forrest. 2nd row: S. Shannan, M. Johnson, G. Egan, D. Clark, M. Gandolfi, C. Dolan, J. Murphy, Miss Wheeler. FIELD HOCKEY Co-captains Joyce Kustra and Mari jane O’Keefe led the field hockey team in an ac- tive and spirited season. The team played well against the tough competition — losing in many cases by only one goal. Miss Wheeler and Miss Wenzel, the dedi- cated coaches, not only instructed but also inspired the Varisty as well as the Junior Varsity. Captains Mary Jane O’Keefe and Joyce Kus- tra flank Coach Saralee Wheeler. VARSITY SCORES Stoneham 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 4 1 1 Opponent Reading 1 Lynnfield 1 Melrose 1 Belmont 2 Lexington 1 Wakefield 0 Lincoln-Sudbury 2 Winchester 4 Burlington 0 Concord-Carlisle 1 Wakefield 0 Joyce and Debbie play the field for SHS. Junior Varsity-lst row 1. to r.: M. Adams, C. Haugh, M. Hallen, P. Derry, T. Murphy, M. McKinnon, N. Faracci. 2nd row: N. Rose, D. Sheridan, P. Wainer, B. Saipe, C. Alves, B. Clark, S. Mochi, J. Duo- nolo. 3rd row: L. Morash, C. Hop- kins, C. Greenquist, J. Hamilton, J. Bove, J. Shuttleworth, V. Folk, D. Benidetto, N. Sheldon, P. Visconti, D. O’Connell. VARSITY (1-r) : Row 1: Coach William Murphy, R. Buchwold, G. Dougherty, D. Chapman, G. Donovan, L. Meuse, T. Murphy. Row 2: Coach Donald McGil- licuddy, J. Savelo, M. Scarpitto, L. Rotundi, J. Car- roll, R. Cimina, S. Jones, Manager, R. Junker. Spartan A thletes Build for BASKETBALL In a season marked by unfortunate losses of senior talent, the Spartan quintet prepared a solid foundation for future years by allowing underclassmen to gain valuable Varsity experi- ence. With George Dougherty and Dan Chapman as the only seniors on the squad, the fledgling team played good, solid basketball and develop- ed well under pressure. The highlight of the year, the trouncing of Wilmington, proved that coaches Murphy and McGillicuddy are justly op- timistic about the future of SHS basketball. George Dougherty Dan Chapman Coach Murphy and varsity seniors George Dougherty and Dan Chapman. Larry Meuse jumps at center. I Jack Savelo eludes his opponents. the Future Coach Murphy reviews strategy during a time out. Two more points for the J. V.’s. The JUNIOR VARSITY — Row 1 (1 to r) : S. Stamas, A. Stoum- bellis, M. Johnson, S. Arsenault, P. Christofi. Row 2: Coach Donald McGillicuddy, C. Gardner, T. Corcoran, J. Greene, A. Botticelli, D. Commito, manager L. Hughes. Row 3: P. Saltzman, R. Brown, G. Sheedy, R. Martinez, M. Maguire. 71 A V V Aggressive Spartans Earn Berth in Defenseman Greg Wright and Captain Glenn Eramo steal the puck from a Melrose player. VARSITY HOCKEY RECORD Stoneham 7 Concord Stoneham 1 Melrose Stoneham 4 Winchester Stoneham 5 Watertown Stoneham 1 Lexington Stoneham 3 Reading Stoneham 4 Wakefield Stoneham 5 Belmont Stoneham 9 Concord Stoneham 3 Melrose Stoneham 6 Watertown Stoneham 4 Winchester Stoneham 6 Lexington Stoneham 3 Reading Stoneham 3 Wakefield Stoneham 6 Belmont State Tournament Stoneham 3 Masconomet Stoneham 5 Barnstable Stoneham 1 Needham Captain Glenn Eramo and Coach Dick Burns. Joe “Bear” Smith had the second best net- minding record in the league. iv ‘‘V Tip: - © M © -H O M O H H O M rH »-H 00 i-H OON State Tourney This year our hustling Stoneham hockey team took second place in the Middlesex League. With strong offensive players Glenn Eramo (high scorer of the league), Doug Robinson, and George White, we were second in the league for scoring. Defensemen Greg Wright and Alan DeTeso kept Stoneham second in goals scored against as Joe “Bear” Smith, our goalie, was tied for the most shutouts. Backing up the first line, the snappy second line included Bob Sampson, Bob Vatcher, Jimmy Niles, Peter La- ing, and Pete Fletcher. For the third consecu- tive year Stoneham qualified for the State Hockey Tournament, winning shutouts against Masconomet and Barnstable to enter the quarterfinals where we lost a heartbreaker to Needham. “Now it’s my turn play with the puck.” The Varsity Hockey Team — (1. to r.) Row 1: R. Row 2: G. McGrath, J. Niles, G. Eramo, F. Howe, G. Sampson, D. Galipeaux, W. Fylnn, J. Smith, R. Vatch- Wright, A. DeTeso, P. Fletcher, S. Andrick, S. Weiss, er, G. White, D. Robinson, P. Laing, T. MacHenry; L. Packwood, and Coach Dick Burns. Out to Set Records . . . Coach William Murphy and Captain Richard Hovey discuss their strategy. CROSS-COUNTRY Stoneham has produced many outstand- ing cross-country teams in the thirty-two year history of the sport. This year’s squad was certainly no exception. Coach Bill Murphy’s harriers were decisively handi- capped by the loss of Co-captain Mike Kelly, and bad luck plagued them throughout the season. Co-captain Richard Hovey, undefeat- ed in league competition, with the support of Dave McCollough and underclassmen Joe Carroll and Tom Fowler, led the varsity to the number two berth in the league. CROSS-COUNTRY STONEHAM OPPONENT 33 Wakefield 24 20 Watertown 41 15 Concord 50 27 Winchester 28 31 Melrose 28 21 Belmont 38 23 Lexington 33 27 Reading 31 CROSS-COUNTRY-TEAM Front Row (1 to r) (Varsity): Coach William Murphy, C. Eicher, T. Fowler, D. McCullough, S. Rothman, R. Hovey, S. Arsenault, J. Carroll, T. Keefe, A. Hosi- er. Second Row (J.V.): Manager James Sensale, J. Lembo, J. Commito, M. Scarpitto, R. Peterson, B. Fowler, P. Matchett, A. Stoumbelis, T. Murphy. Third Row: J. Guinan, J. Greene, S. Weiss, R. Junker, P. Howe, M. Maguire, G. Young, P. Donovan, 0. Gerson, L. Hughes. Top Row: H. Moore, R. Brown, J. Fitzpatrick, S. Jones, L. Packwood, R. Jenkins, J. Baylies, G. Sheedy, B. Kulski, B. Cail. 74 Effort and skill characterize Greg’s true Spartan quali- ties. Winter Track Team — Front Row (L-R): G. Souther, P. DeGruttola, W. Tice, M. Kelley, J. Lembo, R. Hovey, J. Sullivan, D. McCullough, D. Williams, C. Conn, J. De- Caro. Row 2: C. Eicher, J. Hayman, P. West, P. Taylor, R. Kellogg, H. Moore, J. Doren, A. Thorley, Gary Rose, D. Russo. Row 3: J. Baylies, J. Sheridan, 0. Gerson, R. Jenkins, J. Graves, K. Nicolazzo, R. Harrington, R. De- Roeck. In SPRING AND WINTER TRACK The latest Spartan interscholastic sports ven- tures, the Indoor Track an d the Track teams, have finally proved themselves. With only two years of competition under its belt, the indoor club finished in the top division of the Middle- sex League winter track circuit with a 3-3-1 record. The spring track team has shown definite improvement since the addition of the winter program, although lack of depth in the field events has continued to hamper the team ef- fort. Coach Paul Whitley has, however, deve- loped what is certainly one of the strongest running teams in the league. Coach Paul Whitley spurred the team to victories. Sports and in Life Captain Richard Hov- ey was the outstand- ing two-miler in the league. SPRING TRACK TEAM Front row (1-r) Seniors; J. Scully, J. DeCaro, E. D’- Entremont, W. Tice, D. Chapman, R. Johnson, R. Hovey, M. Kelly, G. Wright, C. Salvo, S. Waddle, D. McCullough, M. Sturgis, P. DeGruttola. Row 2: S. Cantone, C. Eicher, P. Taylor, V. Barton, G. Donovan, J. Graves, J. Baylies, M. Monagle, P. West, T. Greene, T. Reefe, D. Robertson, R. Martiney, J. Carroll, A. Thorley, D. Russo, J. DiCarlo, B. McConbrey, J. Doran, K. Nicolazzo, R. Kellogg, H. Moore, A. Jowdy, T. Fowler, Coach Paul Whitley. 75 “You may be BIGGER than I am, but you’re still wrong!” Tony “burns” one in. “You can steal bases but you can’t steal the ball!” BASEBALL Baseball, the great American sport, was well provided for at Stoneham High. Mounds- men Tony Pappalardo and Steve Andrick pitched Coach Jack Feltch’s hit-and-run club to another exciting season in the highly com- petitive Middlesex League. Providing support behind the plate and keynoting the Spartan teamwork was veteran Captain A1 DeTeso. Three underclassmen — Jackie Savelo, Steve Jones, and Bob Sampson — promise to provide the sparkle on the diamond next season. Left to right: S. Jones, L. Rotundi, R. Sampson, J. Savelo, J. Lembo, S. Andrick, A. Pappalardo. A. DeTeso, Coach Feltch. Coach Edward Rundlett and Captain Wayne Donnelly plot their strategy. TENNIS Spartan tennis players lived up to the de- manding standard set by former teams at Stoneham High School. Coach Paul Atkinson, in his first year at the helm, enjoyed moder- ate success in both singles and doubles. On the court the players exhibited a high degree of ability and sportsmanship. GOLF Under newly installed Coach Ed Rundlett, the golf team demonstrated a surprising pro- ficiency for the game. Stoneham, a town which can boast two major country clubs, has always succeeded in producing fine golf- ers, as was shown by this year’s crew lead by captain Wayne Donnelly. Tennis Team — J. Sinsale, W. Flynn, J. Branzetti, R. DeRoeek, R. Scarpa; missing: G. Rose. Coach Paul Atkinson GIRLS ’ BA SKETBA LL VARSITY — Row 1: Captains S. Chapman and L. Jones; Row 2: A. Campbell, C. Hillman, J. Luther, D. Clark, P. Barry; Row 3: D. Byrne, J. Whitten, Coach Sally Randall, M. O’Keefe, S. Botticeli. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL This year’s varsity basketball team was composed most- ly of experienced seniors who were well-prepared for the difficult season. Coached successfully by Miss Sally Randall, the varsity demonstrated both offensive and defensive skills with speed and agility. The girls, led by co-captains Sally Chapman and Leslie Jones, combined teamwork with enthusiastic spirit and natural ability to emerge as the vic- tors of most of their games. Coached by Mrs. Mikell Deptula, the junior varsity also possessed the same enthusiastic spirit which led them to victory as well. Captains Sally Chapman and Les- lie Jones VARSITY RECORD J.V. — Front row: Coach Mikell Deptula, D. LeBlanc, P. Clark, M. Gandolfi. Second row: J. Ven- nochi, S. Michaud, T. Murphy, A. Nelson, J. Duonolo. Third row: C. Reynolds, C. Johnson, C. Bour- que, C. Greenquist, N. Whitten. Co-captain Sally Chapman ties up the ball during one of our toughest games against Melrose. Stoneham..40 Burlington 14 Stoneham..33 Melrose 9 Stoneham. .33 Burlington 9 Stoneham.,23 Lincoln-Sudbury ..30 Stoneham.. 59 W T akefield 13 Stoneham.. 18 Winchester 39 Stoneham.. 36 Belmont 23 Stoneham. .31 Concord 15 Stoneham.. 38 Wakefield 16 Stoneham.. 22 Lexington 38 Stoneham.. 19 Reading 32 iiiiiwmiimii Softball Team — First row (1. to r.): L. Jones, P. Barry, D. Poole,, M. Scarpitto, A. Camp- bell,, D. Truesdale, M. O’Keefe, S. Chapman, S. Botticelli; Row 2: L. Luther, D. Clark, D. Breck, S. McKnight, J. Palermo, J. Shuttleworth, D. Reagan, B. Harrison; Row 3: F. Harvey, J. Vennochi, M. Gandolfi, M. Addams, A. Nelson, J. Morroco, L. Gorse, S. Stuart, Coach Eliza- beth Furman. Softball coach, Miss Elizabeth Furman Girls’ Softball and Tennis SOFT BALL The Girls’ Softball Team this year, coached by Miss Eliza- beth Furman, showed not only skill but also teamwork, enthusiasm, and sportsmanship. This year’s Junior Varsity with many of its players returning proved to be a tough team to beat. Athough the competition was strong, the season proved to be a successful and enjoyable one. Tennis coach, Miss Sally Randall GIRLS’ TENNIS This year Miss Sally Ann Randall coached the girls’ tennis team through another commendable season of com- petition. Although their opponents were often formidable, the girls showed true competitive spirit and good sports- manship throughout every match. They fought diligently, and there is no doubt but that their record is one of distinc- tion. Tennis Team — (1. to r.) : Coach, Miss Sally Randall, J. Lawson, D. Hurley, C. Greenquist, S. DeTeso, D. Byrne. Gymnastics Club — Front row (1. to r.) : D. Deprisco, K. Nicolazzo, S. Michaud, J. Murphy, S. Surette, J. Cerrone, D. LeBlanc, C. Haugh, S. Shannon. Second row: M. Gandolfi, P. Spero, S. Jenkins, J. O’Toole, L. Jones, C. Wager, J. Downes, R. Brady, M. O’Keefe, N. DeGrettola, A. Broadbent, J. Brisette, T. Bourque, C. DiMari. GYMNASTICS Again this year the SHS Gymnastic Team has de- monstrated the skill and grace typical of fine gymnasts. Under the direction of Miss Saralee Wheeler and Miss Margaret Wenzel, the team was able to enter in its first competition, sponsor a Sock Hop, and finance a scholar- ship. The girls’ dedicated efforts and hard work were climaxed in an excellent performance at their annual spring exhibition. Ruth Brady displays ex- Seniors (1 to r.) : Paulene Spero, Ann Broad- cellence on the balance bent, Jean O’Toole, Cathy Wager, Theresa beam as she executes a Bourque, Judy Downes and Marijane O’- scale. Keefe. “It’s not easy to leap tall buildings with a single bound.” 80 82 An important and enjoyable part of any student’s high school years is the participation in extra-curricular activities. We at Stoneham High are fortunate to have available numerous varied groups suited specifically to our individual interests and abilities. While the invaluable education we have obtained, during our school years may always be of use, it is these — our individual and class activities — that will add color to the black and white of learning. ‘vr _ 83 Diligent Staff Prepares |I«J ll| 1 • i _ Lx PH if 111 r ' . ' 1 ■ V- s 1 t ■ny Literary Staff: Seated, left to right: J. Mudge, K. Feeley, L. Jones, P. Mullen, J. Sweetser, S. Stahl, P. Spero. Standing: J. Walczak, J. Joslin, S. DiTullio, R. Hovey, J. Lawson, J. Com- mito. Good yearbooks never just “happen.” Behind every golden moment of distribution day are many long hours of research, planning, and plain old “diggin’ in” work. Typing Staff: Seated, left to right: K. Zurek, J. Mazza, C. Frampton, L. Laurie, E. Meehan, B. Randazzo. Standing: J. Walczak, D. Hurley, K. Moore, E. Alves, S. Forbes. Yearbook artists Paulene Spero and Kenny McCann. Assistant editor Lee Mayman, Co-editor Pat Barry, Co-editor Mark Whitley. 84 1966 Spartan Mr. Gerald Paist, advisor, confers with Richard Lent, publicity director, and George Wengen, business manager. Two of the editors discuss page layouts with enthusiastic support from Marion. George worked both as business manager and as assistant cen- sor. Business Staff: seated (1. to r.) : R. Day, S. Landfare, G. Wengen, E. Ordway, J. Mudge. Standing: B. Williams, P. Daley, P. Buccheri, S. DiTullio, M. Forrestal, E. Meehan, J. Whitten. 85 Music Develops the Talents of Each GLEE CLUB The popularity of the Glee Club is exemplified by the ever-increasing number of students participating in choral activities both during class time and in special functions. Strong encouragement and expert leadership on the part of Mrs. Wipperman and her new assistant, Miss Farina, have produced spectacular results. Through the years Mrs. Wipperman has strived to make music an enjoyable and exciting activity; we all believe that this year she has more than achieved her goal. Girls’ and Boys’ Ensemble — Front row, left to right: S. Garrity, D. Tincker, C. Butler, M. Rudman, C. Petruzzi, J. Smith, A. Brautigam, L. Mayman, J. Branzetti, R. Romanelli. Second row: G. DiMare, D. Truesdale, J. Poti, S. Landfare, C. Lape, M. Sturgis, C. Sturgis, R. Lent, S. DiTullio, E. Kim- ball. Third row: K. Feeley, S. Forrest, J. Lawson, D. Poole, C. Palermo, L. Pol- ly, L. Russo, J. Christie S. Shaughnessey. Mrs. Gilda Wipperman Music Supervisor The Glee Club added its sparkling songs to the gala atmosphere of the Carnival Ball. 86 Individual MR. ROLLAND TAPLEY Orchestra Director ORCHESTRA — (L. TO R.) ROW 1: C. Gates, T. Ottavi, J. Lawson, D. Williams, J. Fee, R. Lent. ROW 2: P. Craigie, R. Melkonian E. Maloney. C. Hebard, A. Harrington, K. Fucci, S. Manoushagian, L. McKinley, M. Marek, L. Giannoccari, R. Haggerty. ROW 3: P. DiCarlo, J. Branzetti, C. Hillman, C. McLeod, L. Marek, C. Greenquist, T. Brietbord, T. Leonard. BAND AND ORCHESTRA Throughout the 1965 football season our marching band provided highly enjoyable entertainment both on the field and at our pre-game rallies. At the Carnival the ever popular dance band brightened the evening with its spirited per- formance. The Spring Concert was also greatly enhanced through the melodies presented by the concert band and orchestra. These talented musicians and their capable di- rectors have done much to make our school functions so enjoyable. BAND — (L. TO R.) ROW 1: R. Lent, D. Byrne, M. DiBello, D. Williams, S. Di- Tullio. ROW 2: D. Beam, S. McCullough, S. Mitchell, D. Smith, R. Cameron, K. Lannigan, K. Barry, C. Hillman, C. Hebard, K. Fucci, A. Nelson. ROW 3: J. Branzetti, P. Craigie, E. Kimball, D. Halchek, R. Melkonian, D. Hiltz, A. Harris, D. Thorley, R. Kellogg. ROW 4: R. Bartkus, R. Guinan, P. DiCarlo, T. Leonard, P. Goudreau, C. Gates, J. Fee, H. Wagg, R. Howe. ROW 5: D. Klane, E. Maloney, R. Haggerty. MR. ALFRED TODARO Band Director THE SPARTAN SPOKESMAN The Editorial Board discusses an article — (left to right) E. Mayo, Managing; L. Mayman, Co-Editor; Mrs. B. J. Williams, Advisor; M. Whitley, Co-Editor; C. Hebard, Literary; Row 2: S. Weiss, Sports; S. Stahl, Features; P. Kaliner, Business; S. Forrest, Social; and Mr. J. Manuel, Advisor. SPARTAN SPOKESMAN A relatively new venture at SHS, the SPAR- TAN SPOKESMAN became the best-known and most eagerly anticipated organ for ex- pression of student opinions and reporting of important school news. The SPOKESMAN published regularly throughout the school years, giving members of the student body, as well as the faculty, experience in journal- ism, business management, publishing, and public relations. Edited by Mark Whitley and Edward Mayo with the guidance of Mrs. Bette Williams, Mr. James Manuel, and Miss Maria Garuti, the paper attempted in its own way to spark improvement in school life. The SPOKESMAN was one of the few papers that pub- lished during the newspaper strike. Art Typing Staff — T. Brezinski, J. Eldridge, C. Frampton, J. Mazza, and J. Walczak. Reporting Business Staffs — (1. to r.) Row 1: K. Feeley, T. Basile, Miss M. Garuti, advisor, P. Klainer, J. Brezinski. Row 2: D. DeFazio, J. Commito, J. Venoc- chi, L. Jones, N. Whitley, M. Martinek, R. MacNeil, D Reagan, S. Westbrooke. 88 Seated: (1. to r.) : E. Ordway, R. Hovey, Mr. Neil McLaughlin, A. DeTeso, L. Jones. Row 2: S. Cail, S. Connors, P. Palermo, J. Whitten, T. Bourque, R. Day, S. Hale, V. Perocco, M. Gandolfi, R. Lent. Row 3: S. Boehm, E. Todd, C. MacLeod, M. Danca, J. Kennedy, J. Duonolo, D. Truesdale, S. Vona, D. Stegall, L. Russo. Row 4: S. Stamas, J. Walczak, E. McCallum, M. Johnson, S. Barbo, J. Shuttleworth, A. Faraci, C. Haugh, K. Nicolazzo, D. Chapman. Row 5: J. Boyd, S. Arsenault, D. Lounsbury, T. Murphy, L. Kiemach, C. Eicher, A. Stoumbellis, J. Commito, D. Rowean, A. Gavatsos, J. Murray, T. Chew, M. O’Brien. STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council Officers — (from left) Eleanor Ordway, Secretary; Leslie Jones, Treasurer; Richard Hovey, President; Mr. Neal McLaugh- lin, Advisor; Alan DeTeso, Vice President. The Carnival Ball elections were tab ' ulated by the Student Council. The Handbook Revision Committee managed to find time for a little homework, too. The Student Council has become an integral part of the curriculum of Stoneham High. Throughout the year, the council has strived to help fill the basic social and intellectu- al needs of the students. This has been accomplished by in- terpreting the needs and problems of the student and acting to remedy these problems. The council’s responsibilities over the year have also included assisting the school administra- tion in designated areas. Due to the wealth of leadership at Stoneham High School, our Student Council has become one of the most active in the state. Helping Us to Prepare for Edward R. Mayo, Jr. State Representative Candidates Jane Law- son and Lee Mayman. STUDENT EXCHANGE DAY In the hopes of promoting a better and more thorough understanding of the functions of various forms of government, the Massachu- setts Department of Education sponsors a series of Student Exchange Days between town and city high schools. We sincerely hope that our guests from Haverhill Vocational High School learned as much by visiting Stoneham, as our seniors learned by visiting Haverhill. Student Exchange Day Representatives: Lee Mayman, Jane Lawson, Karen Feeley, Robert MacNeil, and James Sullivan. STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY A well-informed citizenry is a necessity in our democratic system. Student Government Day, held every April at the State House, pro- vides this opportunity for high school students to familiarize themselves with the workings of state government. This year’s representa- tive, Edward Mayo, gained valuable experience while a member of the House of Representa- tives. LEADERSHIP IN THE FUTURE GIRLS’ AND BOYS’ STATE REPRESENTATIVES Because of their academic achieve- ment and leadership ability, these outstanding students were selected as juniors by the faculty to represent Stoneham High at Girls’ and Boys’ State. These programs are sponsor- ed by the American Legion and Le- gion Auxiliary with the help of the Stoneham Rotary Club to acquaint potential leaders with the organiza- tion of state government and en- courage them to participate in civic affairs. Girls’ State Alternate Judy Downes, Girls’ State Repre- sentative Leslie Jones; Boys’ State Representatives Mark Sturgis, Mark Whitley, Richard Hovey, and Arthur Brautigam. INTERACT CLUB Interact Officers — Treasurer, Craig Sturgis; President, Janies Sullivan; Vice President, Jeff Hansis; Secretary, Lee Mayman; Advisor, Mr. Roger Lamson. The Interact Club consists of young men striving to better themselves and their com- munity through civil projects. By informal dis- cussions and guest speakers international under- standing is also stressed. Several Interact boys have participated in the volunteer program at the New England Sanitarium. This is one way that the Interact Club has contributed to the community. This year Interact also presented an assembly on the United Nations. Left to right, first row: C. Sturgis; J. Hansis; Mr. R. Lamson, faculty advisor; J. Sullivan; E. Mayo. Second row: R. Kinsman; A. Brautigam; M. Stokes; A. Petto; P. Costello; P. Donovan. Back row: B. Manoushagian; J. Cullen; S. Sloss; R. Mac Neil. Missing: L. Mayman. 91 A cquiring Practical Experience The members of this year’s en- larged traffic squad have done an excellent job in keeping traffic moving smoothly be- tween classes. Mr. Louis A. DeSantis, Traf- fic Squad Advisor. TRAFFIC SQUAD This year the traffic squad has introduced several innovations. Along with the already complicated pro- blem of regulating traffic between classes, the squad now provides student guides and office aids. These aids help alleviate the vast amount of clerical work that is involved in the efficient maintenance of a high school of this size. Certainly Mr. DeSantis and his group should be eulogized for a job well done. FUTURE NURSES ASSOCIATION A relatively new organization, this group provides encouragement and promotes interest for those girls who are seriously considering the nursing profession. Hospitals are visited and guest speakers are welcomed as part of a well-rounded program of activities relat- ed to the field of medicine. With Miss Elliott serving as its efficient advisor, the club has made consider- able progress since its creation and will undoubtedly continue to do so. i- • . p. — • fj- 1 If m . ► T 1 l Miss Elizabeth Elliott, Advi- sor discusses future plans for the club with President Cathy Palermo. Front row, left to right: L. Kolesar, A. Carbone, Miss E. Elliot, C. Palermo, S. Forbes, M. Lusas. Second row: G. Kimball, J. Peoples, P. McGuire, M. Cos- tello, S. Manoushagian. 92 Serving School and Community . . . Front row, left to right: K. Moore, C. Frampton, J. Mazza, Mr. Bernard Smith, Advisor, B. Salvo, S. Howes, S. McCarthy. Second row: P. Haug, K. Fucci, H. Rothman, S. Murphy, L. Mayman, G. Joslin, E. Ander- son, J. Barbo, M. Bennett, S. Westbrook. Third row: L. Secondi, S. Munroe, K. Feeley, S. Machent, P. Buccheri, J. Joslin, M. Forristal, S. Botti- celli, D. Reagan. Seated: Barbara Salvo, Vice- president, Judy Mazza, Presi- dent, Cheyl Frampton, Secre- tary, Standing: Karen Moore, Treasurer, Mr. Smith, Advisor, Sandra Howes, Historian, Susan McMarthy, Parliamentarian. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Aspiring young educators met regularly throughout the year under the capable direction of Mr. Bernard Smith. As in the past, the club enjoyed films and lec- tures by guest speakers. In the spring some of the club’s members were afforded the opportunity to try their hand at their chosen profession while elementary school teachers attended a workshop. The club members gain- ed a great deal of information about the teaching pro- fession through the club’s effort. FUTURE SECRETARIES OF AMERICA An organization whose primary purpose is to further acquaint its members with the various aspects of busi- ness, the Future Secretaries Club also performs valu- able clerical services for the faculty. Miss Corum and Miss Garuti, the capable advisors, assist the girls in acquiring a better understanding of their future busi- ness careers. Members also enjoy related social activi- ties. Seated: Miss Corum, Advisor, Lola Wells, President, Miss Garuti, Advisor, Standing : Cheryl Messina, standing in for Theresa Bourque, Treasurer, Jessica Poti, Vice-president, Beverly DeBenedictis, Secre- tary. Front row, left to right: C. Mes- sina, L. Wells, Miss Dorothy Corum and Miss Maria Garuti, Advisors, J. Poti, B. DeBenedic- tis. Second Row: S. Cote, L. Laurie, M. Forristal, M. Pavia, E. Ordway, P. Wieczorek, C. Russo, J. Puglia. Third row: B. Randazzo, C. Butler, J. Lentine, K. Brassil, J. Brezinski, D. Truesdale, M. Rudman, B. Smith. Fourth row: K. Zurek, D. Poole, J. Sullivan, L. Laurie, D. Provencal. The Science Club strives to give its members a better understanding of the scientific world through firsthand experience. This year the Science Club, led by faculty ad- viser Mrs. Ann Mason, proved to be an interest- ing and worthwhile experience for all its mem- bers. Lectures were given by teachers, students, local engineers, and scientists. It is certain that the information gained from these lectures has increased the members’ understanding and in- terest in the various scientific fields. SCIENCE CLUB Officers: Stephen Rothman, Vice President, Charles Salvo, President, Mrs. Ann Mason, Advisor, and Elaine Todd, Secretary-trea- surer. First row, left to right: T. Ottavi, S. Rothman, C. ran, R. Junker, D. Cullen, J. Boyd, A. Finnegan, P. Salvo, Mrs. Ann Mason, Advisor, E. Todd, G. Yee. Coffin, S. Schweiger, S. Russell. Second row: M. Rello, J. Commito, J. Gelfand, J. Do- 94 Mr. Chester Jordan Advisor Though only in their second year, the Stone- ham High Math Team has consistantly proven what a fine quality math training is provided at SHS. Composed of students with exceptional mathematics ability, the team engages students from neighboring communities in stimulating competition with problems in all fields from alge- bra to calculus. The advisors, Mr. Jordan and Mr. DeSantis, can be proud of their team which has done an outstanding job. Co-captains William Velardocchia and Charles Salvo discuss strategy with advisor Mr. Louis DeSantis. MATHEMATICS TEAM The Math Team — Dennis Cullen, Claudia Hebard, William Velardocchia, Mr. Louis DeSantis, Charles Salvo, Richard Junker, and Stephen Rothman. 95 0tf©r Gf French Club — Seated (I. to r.) : L. Mayman, J. Walezak, K. Fee- ley, E. Todd. Row 2: M. Noonan, G. Joslin, A. Benedict, S. Botticel- li, S. Bohem, B. Saipe, P. Weiner, S. Manoushagian. Row 3: L. Towse, B. Tarr, J. Barbo, P. Ma- guire, E. Anderson, K. Stone, B. Basha, B. Tarr, J. Joslin. Row f: Mr. Alain Rocher, Advisor, R. Ezekian, G. Papulis, D. Louns- bury, D. Cameron, N. Lusas. French Club Officers: Neil Lusas, Journalist, Elaine Todd, Secre- tary, Lee Mayman, Vice-Presi dent, Karen Feeley, Treasurer, Mr. Alain Rocher, Advisor, Jane Walezak, President. Seniors — H. Reid, K. Feeley, B. Jacobsen, J. Joslin, J. Lawson, R. Tesler, P. Klainer, L. Mayman, M. Garfinkle, W. Velardocchia, J. Sullivan. DRAMA CLUB The Stoneham High Drama Club started its first year with enthusiastic support. Advisor, Mr. Robert Silverman, was quite gratified by the large number of talented thes- pians present at the first meeting. The main project for the Regional Drama Festival of which Stoneham High School was a host. FRENCH CLUB The French Club is destined to achieve a high place among the extracurricular activities at Stoneham High. Organized only this Decemoer, the club has become one of the school’s most popular. Students gather regularly to discuss French literature, art, and history under the direction of the dyna- mic Mr. Alain Rocher. The Drama Club under the direction of Mr. Robert Silverman. 96 Director Mr. Robert Silverman Seated (1. to r.): H. Ried, D. Tincker, H. Rothman. Standing: L. Mayman, C. Sturgis, W. Vel- ardocchia, J. Lawson, M. Fiore, T. Fields, S. Burns. “You’re going to WHAT from our fifth floor window?” “No, no, no; you can’t sit THAT close!” “ Weekend in Avalon ” DRAMA FESTIVAL Eleven one-act plays were presented at Stoneham High School on March 19 as part of the Regional Drama Festival. Stoneham’s entry “Weekend in Avalon” was one of the three plays chosen to appear at the State Drama Festival. SHS was further honored when Steve Burns, Michael Fiore, Jane Lawson, Lee Mayman, and Craig Sturgis were named to the fifteen member Region- al Cast on the basis of their performances. 97 Seniors Take . . . “Time Out For Ginger”, so capably present- ed by a well-chosen cast, was well received by a standing-room-only audience at both perfor- mances. Much credit goes to Mr. Silverman who so superbly directed the seniors in their many rehearsals. This play will be a long-remember- ed highlight of the senior year. “Don’t be ridiculous dear, Gin- ger CAN’T play football.” Ginger needed her own locker room! “I’m just as equal as you are, Tommy Greene!” “Are you sure Helen Hayes started like this?” “Yes, dear we HAVE to go to the play tonight!” 98 Front row (1. to r.) Sandra Bella, Carolyn Bray, Ronald Tesler, Jane Lawson, and Constance Lape. Second row (1. to r.) Heidi Reid, Lee Mayman, Wil- liam Velardocehia, Barbara Jacobson, Mr. Robert Silverman, Paul Klainer, Arthur Brautigam, Thomas Flanagan, and Mr. James Manuel. “ TIME OUT FOR GINGER ” Agnes Carol . Howard Carol Joan Carol . . Jeannie Carol Ginger Carol Eddie Davis . Tommy Green Mr. Wilson . . Ed Hoffman . Lizzie THE CAST Jane Lawson Ronald Tesler Sandra Bella Constance Lape Carolyn Bray Paul Klainer William Velardocehia Lee Mayman Arthur Brautigam Barbara Jacobson STAGE MANAGER Heidi Reid TECHNICAL CREW Faculty Advisor, James R. Manuel Thomas Flanagan FACULTY DIRECTOR Robert S. Silverman Lee Mayman cites the problems of modern educa- tion. 99 “Foreclosed any mortgages lately, Mr. Hoffman ?” “We simply have to do something about this mess!” CARNIVAL BALL • The Royal Couple and Their Court — (1 to r) Susan Todise o, Jean O’Toole, Susan Marie Forrest, Leslie Jones, Queen Paulene Spero, King Daniel Chapman. Jeanne Fillipone, Judy Downes. Paula McNulty, Debra Flynn, Susan Mildred Forrest, Theresa Bourque; pages Deborah Smith and Alan Clark. Regal Coronation Amidst CARNIVAL BALL The 1966 Carnival Ball again proved that Stone- ham High School abounds in exciting talent. From the coronation to the glee club, the audience was completely captivated by the colorful and tuneful stage show acts. The show was complete with novel- ty acts, solos, vocal and dance routines, group num- bers, and a matched set of go-go girls. The scenery provided by the art department and students ex- emplified this year’s theme “Forest Fantasy.” The show opened with the traditional Senior Waltz. The Royal Couple — Queen Paulene “Bee” Spero and King Daniel Chapman. Cathy Palermo enchanted both of her “Two Different Worlds”. Atmosphere of “Forest Fantasy ” Sharon Landfare’s “A1 Di La” brought applause from all. Stephen DiTullio served as the very capable Master of Cere- monies. From “Oklahoma” to Stoneham Lee Mayman and Jane Lawson demanded “All ’er Nothin’ ”. “Jamaican Rhumba” showed the versatility of the talented Majorettes. The highlight of the show was the per- formance of the “go-go” girls . We danced in an authentic Tahitian atmosphere of palm trees, flowers, and a water- fall. Beautiful Tahitian girls made us wel- come to an unforgettable evening of music and magic. The chaperones’ amiable presence added to the enjoyment of the evening. JUNIOR PROM Words can never express the magic of the evening, nor are they necessary for those who attended our Junior Prom, “Tahitian Twi- light”, on May 7, 1965. Imaginative decora- tions, music and lighting transformed the cafeteria into a veritable island paradise. A waterfall amidst exotic foliage provided a special touch of enchantment. Needless to say, it was a night to remember. “Happy Birthday, dear Harry” Geri and Debbie treat the boys to a night on the town. Have they taken it yet? All classes were well represented at this year’s Twirp Twirl. TWIRP TWIRL Gaily decorated snowflakes and creative cartoon characters festooned windows and walls to provide the background for this year’s Twirp Twirl. Having pinched pennies for weeks, the poverty striken girls treated their favorite beaux to a fun filled evening. How can there be a stag line at the Twirp Twirl ? 103 ,i. « r CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 66 ot STDA,«y, s 1 ° j. .O ' ' ANr 1 4 Ca 665-5400 Stoneham, Mass. 106 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1966 FROM THE STONEHAM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL Richard Hovey, President Alan DeTeso, Vice-President Eleanor Ordway, Secretary Leslie Jones, Treasurer Mr. Neal McLaughlin, Advisor 107 GO FOR RAMBLER 1966 Now At PETTMGILL MOTOR SALES YOUR RAMBLER DEALER Franklin Street at Stoneham Square 108 FORD SALES AND SERVICE STONEHAM MOTOR CO. 185 Main Street Stoneham, Mass. 438 - 0490 SCHAEFER ' S NEWS Cards Gifts Stationery Stoneham Square SANTORO ' S Submarine Sandwiches 309 Main St. Stoneham 438-0020 QUANTITY QUALITY AND SERVICE Frank Sampieri, Proprietor 109 BELL ' S BARBER SHOP Six Chairs — No Waiting The Shop for Men and Boys Redstone Shopping Center 438-9859 1 1 Main St. Stoneham, Mass. 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