Stoneham High School - Wildlife Yearbook (Stoneham, MA)

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h ■ KALEIDSCOPE Presented by The Class of 1969 Stoneham High School Stoneham Massachusetts All quotations taken from " The Circle Game " by ]oni Mitchell. ADVERTISEMENTS 156 ACTIVITIES 122 ATHLETICS 102 4 Dedication Mr. Walter Herrick This yearbook is dedicated to Mr. Walter Herrick who, through his patience and under- standing, has succeeded in bridging the genera- tion gap. 5 ' " 4 - ■ rn f‘ " Yesterday a child came out to wonder, And caught a dragonfly inside a jar, Fearful when the sky was full of thunder. And tearful at the falling of a star.” 1 ' 1 06 Dr. Michael Scarpitto Superintendent of Schools Mr. Daniel Hogan Assistant Superintendent of Schools Administration Mr. Fred Kiamie Assistant to the Principal Mrs. Margaret Garvin Dean of Girls Mr. William Orman Vice Principal Mrs. Jane McHugh, R.N. 13 Mrs. Alice Walsh Secretary Guidance Mr. William Murphy Director Mrs. Irene Ray Secretary Mrs. Edna Holt Secretary Mrs. Marjorie Hurst Counselor Mr. John Feltch Counselor Mrs. Claire McCarthy Secretary Mrs. Rosalyn Olian Counselor 15 Mr. Paul Dye Counselor Mathematics Miss Mary Courtney Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry Mr. Chester Jordan Department Chairman Miss Ann Clark Algebra, Geometry Mr. Donald Nuss Algebra, Geometry, Review Math 16 Social Stud ies Mr. Frank Leidtker Problems of Democracy Consumer Economics Mrs. Charlene Soloman AlRebra, Geometry, Review Math riRt DRII I Lead nuc left Mr. Edward Sullivan Algebra, Trigonometry, Review Math Mr. Socrates Taseos Algebra, Geometry Mr. Roger Lamson Department Chairman Mr. Ralph Rowell US. History, World Geography Miss Jean Hassett US. History, Problems of Democracy Mr. James Campagna Medieval and Modern History, Economics Mr. John White U.S. History, World Geography Mrs. Bridget Healy U.S. History, Problems of Democracy Mr. Henry Margarita US. History, Problems of Democracy Mrs. Margaret Puffer IF orld History Mr. David Kline Problems of Democracy, Government, Data Processing Science Mr. Glen Lougee Department Chairman 19 Mr. Peter Revotskie Biology Mr. Joseph Collins Biology, Electronics Mrs. Sonja Jones Biology Mr. Richard Moran 20 Physics, Electronics Mr. Paul Francis Chemistry, Physical Science Mr. John McGuire Chemistry Mrs. Vera Curley English English Mr. Bernard Smith Department Chairman Mrs. Rita Lucey Chemistry Mr. Richard Reed English, Creative Writing Miss Ellen Tabb English Miss Diane Nash English Miss Joan Polston English Miss Patricia Norelli English, Creative Writing Mr. Robert Silverman English 23 Miss Daryl Henderson English Mrs. Jayne O’Connor English Foreign Languages Miss Lydia Risi Department Chairman Mr. Rene Martin French Mr. Paul Atkinson Spanish Miss Karen Klimas Spanish 24 Mr. Raymond Shea Latin, English Mr. Alain Rocher French Miss Catherine Broderick Typewriting, Stenography, Clerical Record Keeping Business Mrs. Margaret Garvin Department Chairman Miss Elizabeth Furman Business Law, Business Math, Typewriting 25 Mrs. Lillian Leamon Typewriting, Bookkeeping Mr. Clark Richardson 26 Typewriting, Transcription, Stenography Music Mrs. Gilda Wipperman Supervisor of Music Mr. Harold Lazaron Music Mr. Michael Alaura Orchestra Director Mr. Alfred Todaro Band Director Mr. Theodore Schwalb Art 27 Home Economics Mrs. Gertrude Rose Home Economics Mrs. Virginia Kloss Home Economics, Marriage and Family Living Industrial Arts 28 Physical Education Mr. John Fawcett Director of Physical Education and Athletics Miss Saralee Wheeler Physical Education Miss Sally Randall Physical Education Mr. Albert Wilde Physical Education Mr. Henry McCarthy Physical Education 29 30 31 " Sixteen springs and sixteen summers gone now, And cartwheels turned to car wheels through the town. They tell him ' Take your time it won’t ■ be long now. Until you drag your feet to slow the i;;.: jv circles down.”’ A Nature Lover ' s Guidebook to Rare Species of High School Wildlife Most Artistic: Evelyn Mitchell, Mark Todisco Natural Habitat: Mr. Schwalb’s Austin-Healy Prominent Characteristics: Clay under the fingernails and india ink in the veins Biggest Eater: Debbie Almquist, Don Morris Natural Habitat: the cafeteria Prominent Characteristics: a triple lunch of " Gravy Train”? Most School Spirited: Sue Michaud, Dave Walker Natural Habitat: On the sidelines or in the game 34 Prominent Characteristics: an uninhibited voice Most Athletic: Jean Duonolo, Dan Barbo Natural Habitat: whirlpool bath Prominent Characteristics: pulled muscles and sprained ankles Best Looking: Pat DiMarzo, Paul Fitzgerald Natural Habitat: in front of a mirror Prominent Characteristics: tendency to attract jealous stares and admiring whistles Mosf Gullible: Dale Truesdale, Dave Smith Natural Habitat: waiting in front of the office for the elevator Class Cut-Up: Karen Carpenito, Bob Haggerty Prominent Characteristics: often falls victim to the Biggest Line Natural Habitat: Detention Prominent Characteristics: tendency to disregard mles Biggest Flirt: Ann Walczak, Mario Lentine Natural Habitat: parties Prominent Characteristics: a glance askance. 35 Most Promising: Karen Devereaux, John Murray Friendliest: Dale Truesdale Natural Habitat: crowded corridors Prominent Characteristics: " Ultrabrite” smile Most Musical: Mike Zaitchik Natural Habitat: on stage Prominent Characteristics: tapping toes and muscular fingertips Most Mechanical: Wayne Kearney Natural Habitat: garage Prominent Characteristics: axle grease in the ears Most Original: Janice DeBruyn, Larry Cross Natural Habitat: somewhere in the 4th dimension Prominent Characteristics: unlimited creativity and daring M jPI Quietest: Joan Murray, Arthur Dunn Natural Habitat: unknown Prominent Characteristics: does not, as far as is known, possess the ability to speak 36 Most Theatrical: Amy Klainer, Mario Lentine Natural Habitat: in the spotlight Prominent Characteristics: an affinity for ham Most Sophisticated: Lois Coggins, Paul Fitzgerald Natural Habitat: anyplace but Stoneham Prominent Characteristics: obscurity, sobriety, and self-possession Most Versatile: Sue Jenkins, Mike Zaitchik Natural Habitat: where the action is Prominent Characteristics: ambidexterity Wittiest: Mary Ann Bergonzi, Dan Klane Natural Habitat: behind teachers’ backs Prominent Characteristics: uninhibited tongue 37 Best Legs: Pat DiMarzo, Dave Walker Natural Habitat: the beach Prominent Characteristics: fine development of the lower extremities Class Couple: Debbie Almquist Dickie Stockbridge Biggest Line: Richard Crowley Natural Habitat: parked cars Prominent Characteristics: fertile imagination and unlimited bravado Class Girl-Hater: Don Morris Natural Habitat: Boys’ Locker Room Prominent Characteristics: desire to avoid feminine com- panionship 38 Best Eyes: Pat DiMarzo, Dave LaPointe Natural Habitat: At the Maybelline counter Prominent Characteristics: 500 lashes Best Dancer: Sue Jenkins, Don Healy Natural Habitat: anywhere but school dances Prominent Characteristics: commonly found in pairs and has worn down shoes Mad Scientist: Doug Heuman Natural Habitat: chemistry lab Prominent Characteristics: smudged hands and singed eye- brows Favorite Teacher: Miss Joan Polston Most Intellectual: Susan Boehm, John Boyd 39 Natural Habitat: ivory towers Prominent Characteristics: elevated eyebrows Class Heartbreaker: Gail Monteforte Natural Habitat: where the boys are Prominent Characteristics: unbelievable MICHELE ADAMS " Stoney” . . . much sarcastic? . . . cute Happiness is: B.S. Misery is Teachers with mini- skirts who don’t get bagged Suppressed desire: To be nor- mal Ambitions: Business Carnival Ball Comm., Home- coming Day Comm., Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Coram., Office Aide PAUL A. ALABISO Good driver . . . " Mondo” . . . guitar . . . individual Misery is: Teachers with beards and long hair Happiness is: Beating MT’s Grand Prix Ambitions: College Baseball, Carnival Ball, Foot- ball DEBORAH ALMQUIST Dickie . . . vivacious . . . ath- letic . . . accidents Misery is: Kellner with laryngi- tis Happiness is: Being with Dick- ie Suppressed desire: To be nor- mal Ambitions: Business Carnival Ball, Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Softball, PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Kaleidos- cope ’69, Spartan Spokesman ELLEN ANDERSON Miss Finch . . . industrious . . . poised . . . jogging Happiness is: Gym 5th period Misery is: Eating 4th lunch Ambitions: Elementary Teach- er’s College Drama Club, French Club, Sen- ior Play, Dance Comm., Pep Club, National Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Future Teach- ers, UN Rep. MICHAEL ANGI First ' National . . . tall or what? . . . witty Misery is: A smashed car Suppressed desire: To have money Ambitions: College Artfest, Basketball MICHAEL ASCI " Clam” . . . handsome . . • baseball . . . austere Misery is: A sweat period Happiness is: Winning a cham- pionship Suppressed desire: To beat Reading in baseball Ambitions: College Honor Patrol, Hockey, Baseball, PTL Drive 40 SHIRLEY BALESTRIER ALICE BAMBERG Funloving . . . attractive . . . long hair . . . windows Happiness is-. A question Suppressed desire-. To be a law- yer Ambitions-. College, Vista Future Teachers, International Relations Club, Carnival Ball, Homecoming Day, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club " Aly” . . . Bob . . . prams . . . sunshine Happiness is Getting out of gym Misery is-. The 50 yd. dash and the 600 Suppressed desire: To play drums Ambitions: Travel Glee Club, International Rela- tions Club, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Softball, Future Secretaries, Pep Club DANIEL BARBO Hampton . . . 36 . . . innocent . . . All-Scholastic Happiness is: A league champi- onship Suppressed desire: To have a twin sister Ambitions: College Student Council, Honor Patrol, Class President, Basketball, Dance Comm., Football, Home- coming Day Comm., Spring Track, Graduation Usher JANE M. BARBO Steve . . . " Ted” . . reliable . . . furniture? Happiness is: A date on the weekend Misery is: The alarm going off on a Saturday morning Suppressed desire: To play the piano well Ambitions: College, then secon- dary school teaching Future Teachers, Glee Club, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play, French Club, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Pep Club LINDA BARKER Marblehead defunct . . . artist . . . apprentice mechanic Happiness is: Being in Marble- head Artfest, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, French Club, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club, International Relations Club KEVIN BARRY " Baron” . . . unpredictable . . . Ho- Jo’s . . . band Happiness is : Graduating Misery is: Working on Sundays Ambitions: College Hockey, Band, Football 41 DOROTHY BELCHER MARTIN BEECY " Feet” . . . talented . . . energy . . . basketball Happiness is: Graduating Misery is Gym 1st period Suppressed desire-. To go to California Ambitions-. Art School Cross Country, Basketball Mark . . . bulletins? . . . nice hair . . . piano Happiness is-. Being with Mark Misery is-. A Kharmann-ghia Suppressed desire: To blow up Ho- Jo’s Ambitions: College Office Aide, Spartan Chorale, Spring Concert, Student Coun- cil, Carnival Ball, Junior Prom Comm., Gym Leader, Kaleido- scope ’69, Pep Club DAVID RAYMOND BEATTIE " Clyde” . . . comic . . . able . . . strong man Happiness is: Long weekends Misery is: A double Physics period Ambitions: College Football, French Club, Science Night KENNETH BEEBE Singer . . . " Captain” . . . artist . . . sharp dresser Misery is: School Happiness is: Sleeping Suppressed desire: To be Suc- cessful Ambitions: College Artfest, Senior Patrol, Football, PTL Drive, Kaleidoscope ’69- JEAN BARTOLUCCI The Common . . . Jim Queskin ... les yeux tristes . . . lover of life Happiness is: A sunshine after- noon on the Charles Misery is: Dying before living Suppressed Desire: To be a Black Soul Singer Ambitions: Life and Death French Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Varsity Scholar, Latin Club, Spartan Spokesman LAURA BASHA Enlightening . . . " Miss Brooks . . . spiritual poetess . . . warm Happiness is: Good Harbor in December Misery is: Delayed Reactions Suppressed desire: To visit my people on a magic carpet Ambitions: College, Peace Corps Comment: " That which is you dwells above the mountains and roves with the wind.” — K. Gi- bran 42 ALICE BENEDICT Europe a ;ain!? ... sophisti- cated . . . sarcastic . . . about these birthday parties Happiness is: An old MG and a moustache Misery is: Mono Suppressed desire : To sleep Ambitions: College and further travel Comment: " One never reaches home; but where paths that have affinity for each other in- tersect, the whole world looks like home, for a while.” — H. Hesse RICHARD T. BERGER " Berg” . . . Volkswagen . . . ski bum . . . " turn yourself in” Happiness is: A Porsche 911-S Misery is: Having to skip breakfast and having 4th lunch Suppressed desire: To become a ski bum at Vail Ambitions: Aircraft Techni- cian, Architect Tennis, Basketball, Junior Prom Comm. MARYANN BERGONZI " Mare” . . . comedian ... ac- tress . . . unpredictable Misery is: Listening to someone complain Ambitions: College Gymnastics Club, International Relations Club, Glee Club, Pep Club, Future Secretaries JOSEPH BERRY " Cook” . . . peace . . . " Fal- con” . . . calm Happiness is: Making money Misery is: Homework Suppressed desire: To live Ambitions: Cooking School DOREEN A. BIANCHI " Bass” . . . efficient . . . librar- ian . . . poised . . . KFC Happiness is: Horseback Rid- ing Misery is: Hearing that all schools except Stoneham are cancelled Suppressed desire: To visit Italy Ambitions: Further Education Spring Concert, Orchestra, Li- brary Aide, Carnival Ball, PTL Drive, Drama Club, Creative Writing Club, Pep Club, Spar- tan Spokesman, Dance Band SUSAN BIERGIEL Gullible . . . Kenmore Square . . . stylish . . . " Next, please!” Happiness is: Going-away par- ties Misery is: Good Friday, ’68 and Friday the 13th, ’68 Suppressed desire: To own a fountain Ambitions: Medical Laboratory Technician Carnival Ball, French Club, PTL Drive, International Rela- tions Club, Pep Club, Glee Club. 43 NABIL F. BISHAI HOWARD BLACKWELL Brilliant . . . biologist affable . . . Arabic is easy!” Happiness is Satisfaction with what you do Misery is Not doing as well as you could have on a test Suppressed desire-. To get an " A” in English Ambitions-. College and a de- gree in Medicine Tennis, Soccer " Blacky” . . . the E 0 • • • track . . . distinctive walk Misery is: Rainy days Suppressed desire: To go to California Ambitions: College ROBERT BLINN " Mott” . . . tracks . . . con- tented . . . eyes Happiness is: A good day at the cove Misery is: No studies fifth period and being left high and dry Suppressed desire: To open the doors to the school basement Ambitions: Canada when I turn 19 MARIA BOCCELLI Sunday . . . sophisticated . . . model . . . exclusive Happiness is: Pj parties Suppressed desire: To get my license Ambitions: Nurse Training SUSAN L. BOEHM Harvard . . . loquacious . . . " Judy” . . . intellect " Something’s lost but some- thing’s gained in living every day.” — J. Mitchell Drama Club, French Club, Ka- leidoscope ’69, Latin Club, Na- tional Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Spartan Spokesman, Student Council, International Relations Club, Creative Writ- ing Club, Math Team DEBORAH BONFANTI " Earle, with an ' e’ ”... Good- child . . . Christmas Eve Happiness is: Christmas Eve, ’61 Misery is: Running into snow- balls Suppressed desire: To be a Goodchild Ambitions: College, then teaching Library Aide, French Club 44 EVELYN BORENSTEIN LESLEE BORRELLI " Tree” . . . beautiful clothes . . . New Hampshire Happiness is: Freedom Misery is: A rainy day Suppressed desire: To go to Europe AmbitionsS College Tennis, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Gym Leader, Senior Play, Senior Tea Comm., Glee Club, Future Teachers, PTL Drive, Kaleidoscope ’69, Pep Club " L-E-S go BELLE!” . . . Letty . . . " Jan, I locked the keys in the car!” Happiness is: Flying Babybat on the roof Misery is: Locking keys inside a black Rambler Suppressed desire: To go in search of Eros Ambition s: Travel Comment: May we be fed. Pep Club, Glee Club ROBERT BOULAY Bob . . . 107 . . . kind, loyal and obedient . . . colorful Happiness is: Weekends Misery is: Detention Suppressed desire: To be able to speak French Ambitions: College JEANNINE BOURKE Paul . . . Jordan’s . . . Reading for Pleasure Happiness is: Weekend horror shows Suppressed desire: To give Tarzan calls Ambitions: College Drama Club, Homecoming Day, Senior Play Comm., Gym Leader, PTL Scholarship Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69- 1 BRIAN BOURQUE Artist . . . Fred’s Pharmacy . . . interesting Happiness is: When with K.P. Misery is: Monday mornings Ambitions: Art School JOHN P. BOYD Basketball . . . ivory tower . . . Latin orator Happiness is: Unus contra nul- lum apud orbem suum Misery is: Verba non facta et non possum Suppressed desire: None Ambitions: Undefinable and Unlimited Basketball, National Honor So- ciety, Varsity Scholar, Spartan Spokesman, Science Club, Stu- dent Council, Math Team, Boys State, Homeroom Representa- tive, National Merit Semifinal- ist 45 PATRICIA BOYLE Steve . . . cute . . . fiiggles Happiness is: Being with Steve and at Ho-Jo’s with the kids Misery is: Getting caught Suppressed desire: To be a horse trainer and veterinarian Ambitions: Junior College Choralettes, Future Nurses, Pep Club, Carnival Ball Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Fu- ture Secretaries, International Relations Club, Homecoming Day Comm. PAUL BRADFORD Syndicate . . . freckles . . . fun . . . enthusiastic Happiness is: Walking home with Jeannine Misery is: Not walking home with leannine Suppressed desire: To make the Honor Roll Ambitions: College Basketball KATRINA BRASSIL " Tina” . . . Woburn Ritchie . . . Gort . . . dentists Misery is: Thumbprints Suppressed desire: To wear the shortest mini-skirt and get away with it Ambitions: Business School Spring Concert, Office Aide, Homecoming Day Comm. PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Sen- ior Play Comm. TERRY L. BREITBORD " Mrs. Robinson " . . . Florida . . . " loopy " . . . sailors Happiness is: Being given the opportunity to live a dream Misery is: Losing hold Suppressed desire: To travel, to live, to love, to learn Ambitions: To be a writer Artfest, Orchestra, Spring Con- cert, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Creative Writing Club, Spartan Spokes- man, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ■69 i MATTHEW BRYANT " Blondie” . . . the DO • • • hazardous . . . newspapers Happiness is: Being out of school Misery is: Getting up in the morning Suppressed desire: To take a trip around the world Ambitions: To go into Service, then become a carpenter Artfest, PTL Drive, Glee Club PARTICIA BURKE " Pat” . . . slender . . . animate . . . reserved Happiness is: Not going to school Misery is: Doing homework Ambitions: Secretary 46 ROBERT M. CAIL Bobby . . . athletic . . . soft- spoken Happiness is: Playing basket- ball at the new Junior High Misery is: Walking to the new Junior High Suppressed desire: To make the Honor Roll Ambitions: College; ro get a sports car BasketbaU, Baseball 4 . CAROLE BURNS " Burnsie” . . . exchange student . . . flag poles . . • “Doris” Happiness is: Double stamp day Misery is: Weekends in Stone- ham Suppressed desire: To revive the Tank Ambitions: To graduate Future Nurses, French Club, Senior Play, Field Hockey, Pep Club, International Relations Club, Kaleidoscope ' 69 JOHN BUSH The tracks . . . sly? . . . instant light-up Happiness is: Being out of school Misery is: Standing around Redstone Ambitions: Armed Services BRIAN CALLAHAN Flowered ties . ■ • laugh much? . . . " Ham” Happiness is: A privilege last period Misery is: An English course devoted to grammar Suppressed desire: To release all rhe mice in the science room Ambitions: Government or Elearical Engineering Interact Club, Science Night, Science Club, UN Alternate MARY CALLAHAN Monkeys • • . plastic heels . . . open mouth and insert food . . . green legs Happiness is: Doing what I’m not supposed to do Misery is: Missing the Honor Roll by a " C+” Ambitions: Office Work PTL Drive, Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Pep Club DAVID N. CAMERON " Colonel” . . . fast talker . . . ' Were you strumming along the Donegon?” Happiness is: Reaching that certain goal and making some- one happy Misery is: Missing the Honor Roll Suppressed desire: Touring the World Ambitions: College Band, Spring Concert, Dance Band, Carnival Ball, Senior Pa- trol, Senior Play Comm., French Club, Homeroom Rep. 47 CYNTHIA CAPUA Woolworth’s . . . " Cleo” . . . flirt . . . Winchester Happiness is Being out with the kids Misery is: Waiting for Denise and Bacon an d Eggs Suppressed desire: To be fa- mous Ambitions: College Choralettes, Spring Concert, Pep Club, Carnival Ball, Gym Leader. Future Secretaries Club, Dance Club, Glee Club, Inter- national Relations Club, Future Nurses, Future Teachers NICHOLAS A. CAPUANO " Eat ’em up” . . . garrulous . . . Cumming’s Happiness is: Being out with the guys Misery isS No beach all summer Suppressed desire: To play pro baseball Ambitions: College and Navy Band, Spring Concert, Carnival Ball, Winter and Spring Track, Science Club, Cross Country GAIL CARDINAL DQ . . . exquisite . . . Woburn . . . magnetic Happiness is: June, 1968 Misery is: Jelly Beans Suppressed desire: To teach el- ementary school Ambitions: Secretarial Work Drama Club, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69 KAREN CARPENITO " Carp” . . . the Circle . . . Dunkin’ Doughnuts . . . hyster- ical Happiness is: Pulling horror shows Misery is: Being grounded on weekends Suppressed desire: To be nor- mal Ambitions: To be Dean of Girls Comment: I’ll never forget the Junior Beach Parry Future Nurses, Homecoming Day, FTL Drive, Pep Club, International Relations Club, Junior Prom Comm. CATHY CARROLL Teacher’s plague . . ■ Aug. 23 . . . comic talkative Happiness is: Graduation Misery is: Getting grounded Suppressed desire: To be Dean of Girls at S.H.S. Ambitions: Physical Therapist Spring Concert, Future Nurses, Carnival Ball Comm., Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, International Relations Club STEPHEN M. CARROLL Tall . . . goodlooking ... re- served . . . basketball Happiness is: Winning basket- ball games Misery is: Mr. McGillicudy’s basketball practice Suppressed desire: To be a Spanish teacher Ambitions: College Football, Spring Track, Cross Country, Basketball 48 KAREN CASTIGLIONE " Cass " . . . Wakefield . . . pe- tite . . . Friendly’s ... Win- chester Happiness is: Being with friends Misery is: Not being with the kids Suppressed Desire: To become a hairdresser Ambitions: Business School Carnival Ball, Future Secre- taries, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm. JOHN CATON little blue studebakers . . . tall . . . quiet Happiness is : A snow day Misery is: Vocabulary quizzes Suppressed Desire: To retire at 17 Ambitions: College Football, Winter Track, Spring Track, Cross Country EARLE CHESLEY Debbie . . . rough dry . . . Spot . . . Chips Happiness is: Print shop 3rd, 4th, and 5th periods Misery is: Spam for lunch Suppressed Desire: Becoming head of a school dept. Ambtiions: Further school. Navy DANIEL CHRISTIE Happiness is: A good weekend Misery is: Having homework on nights you have to work Suppressed Desire: To be a wealthy leader of the U.S. Ambitions: Data processing Coed Volleyball, Science Night Participant, Homeroom Rep. CHARLES CHUISA " Charlie” . . . mechanical dili- gent . . . cars Happiness is: The Draft Board Misery is: Having to get a haircut Suppressed Desire: Mechanic Ambitions: Navy FRANK CISEWSKI Frequent office visitor . . . out of sight . . . cars Happiness is: Hearing that Stoneham High teachers are going on strike Misery is: 8:00 to 2:35, Mon- day through Friday Ambitions: To be drafted 49 EDWARD N. CLAPPER Never in trouble . . . always clowning . . what?! Happiness is: Summer at the beach and being with leannie AUsery is: 8:00 through 2:35, Monday to Friday Ambitions: Service DONNA COGAN Bob . . . Brighams . . . office aid Happiness is: Being with Bob Misery is: Brighams Suppressed desire: To Graduate with honors Ambitions: Hairdresser Comments: I’ll never forget February 10, 1968 Homecoming Day Comm., Sen- ior Play Comm., Future Secre- taries, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ' 69, Student Council, Library Aide, Office Aide JANE COGAN Jimmy . . . " dirty dozen” . . . three lights . . . " oh, no!” Happiness is: Jimmy Misery is: being left behind and Ft. Leonard, Wood, Mo. Suppressed desire: To have graduated with the girls. Ambitions: Airline Stewardess Homecoming Day Comm., Sen- ior Play Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Class Social Chairman, Library Aide, Office Aide LOIS COGGINS Vermont . . . sophisticate . . . pigtails? . . . there’s a surprise . . . " heads or tails” Happiness is: When then Misery is: Hockey Suppressed desire: Ft. Lauder- dale Ambitions: College Comment: " You will find that which has given you sorrow has been your greatest joy.” Carnival Ball Participant, Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Gymnastics Club, Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Traffic Squad, Tennis, Cheer- leader, Guidance Aide KAREN CONLEY Boston bummers . . . Ronnie . . . " skip” Happiness is: Being out of school Misery is: Rainy days Ambitions: Airline Hostess Office Aide, Library Aide, Pep Club, Glree Club, Carnival Ball Participant MARTIN CONNELLY Manager ...’Marry” ...so- ciable Happiness is: Knowing we are going to beat Melrose in foot- ball Misery is: Knowing we lost to Melrose Suppressed desire: To be in top third of class scholastically Ambitions: To become success- ful in Business Basketball, Football, Spring Track, Senior Patrol. 50 MARCIA COSTELLO Alto . . . helpful . . . sincere . . . nurse Happiness is : R3 Misery is: Living so far away Ambitions-. To help eliminate prejudice Comments-. I’ll never forget DOC ’68 Future Nurses, Spartan Chor- ale, Ensemble, Choralettes, Spring Concert, Homeroom Rep., Carnival Ball, Drama Science Night, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Glee Club CELENE CORBETT Boston bummers . . . banana splits • • . Mac’s . . . Joplin . . . South C. Happiness is: Today Misery is: U. Mass. Suppressed desire: To have a party at Burlington Mall Ambitions: Business school Future Nurses, Artfest, Field Hockey, Senior Tea Comm., Spartan Spokesman RICHARD CROWLEY " Rich” . . . Hampton . . . sea ski ... " unbelievable” Happiness is: Being with friends at the beach Misery is: No waves and no snow Suppressed desire: To take over the world Ambitions: College Comment: I’ll never forget Hampton Beach Football, Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day Comm., Winter Track, Spring Track, Senior Patrol, Science Night Participant, Dance Comm., P.T.L. Drive. PAUL CRAIGIE Jovial . . . tuba . . . industrious . . . band Happiness is: First lunch Misery is: 3 studies in a row Suppre ssed desire: Racing Ambitions: College Spring Concert, Band, Orches- tra, Carnival Ball NEIL CONNERS VW . . . cars . . . witty . . . talkative Happiness is: Being with Pat, at the boats, and with the kids Misery is: Driving VW’s Suppressed desire: To get mar- ried Ambitions: Dating Girls, Skin Diving, Racing with VW’s LINDA CORE Alfie . . . Ohio . . . " What’s it all about?” . . . friendly Happiness is: Being in the arms of someone tall, dark, and hand- some — Misery is: Leaving Ohio in 1967— it can get very lonely here Suppressed desire: To know ev- eryone and to see everything in the world Ambitions: To be a barber and a singer Office Aide, Homeroom Rep., Ensemble, Future Nurses, Dra- ma Club, Senior Play Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, International Relations Club 51 PATRICIA CURTIN DONALD CUTHBERT Winchester . . . congenial . . . nice clothes . . . witty Happiness is: Being away from Stoneham Misery is; Waiting for Denise Suppressed desire: To travel around the world with friends Ambitions: College Comment: I’ll never forget egg fights Carnival Ball, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ' 69, Glee Club, Future Teachers, Ensem- ble, ‘Choralettes, Spartan Chor- ale, Spring Concert. The Ravens . . . quiet . . . mu- sical Happiness is: Summer vacation Misery is: A broken guitar string Suppressed desire: To be on the Honor Roll Ambitions: College RUTH DAIGLE " Bunnie” . . . cast party . . . Reading . . . fun loving Happiness is: Getting away with it Misery is: Getting caught Suppressed desire: To be one of the " Beautiful People” Ambitions: College Future Teachers, Ensemble, Spartan Chorale, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Glee Club, International Relations Club GREGORY D’AMORE First National . . . tall • • • qui- et .. . nice eyes Happiness is: A nice girl Misery is: Not having your own car Suppressed desire: To play football Ambitions: College MARY DANCA Paul . . . " break bread” . . . true friend . . . sharp dresser Happiness is: A party on Winahadin Road Misery is: Going through a stop sign Ambitions: To be a shepherd Spring Concert, Spartan Chor- ale, Carnival Ball, Softball, Ka- leidoscope ’69, PTL Drive, Drama Club, Pep Club, Student Council, Homecoming Day Comm., Glee Club, Choralettes, Senior Play Comm., Future Nurses. ROBERT DEBENEDICTUS Always friendly . . . Joan . . . handsome Happiness is: Being with the team Misery is: School lunches Suppressed desire: College Ambitions: To keep out of the service Spring Track 52 JANICE DEBRUYN Original . . . hamster . • ■ con- verted . . . red jelly bean . . . pier 44 Happiness is: Being alone every now and then Misery is: Methuselah with one lug nut and frost-bitten toes Suppressed desire: To be un- derstood Comment: " For every happy hello is a goodbye.” Future Teachers, Senior Play, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, PTL Drive, Glee Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, Dance Club, Senior Tea Comm. NANCY DEGRUTTOLA Shy . . . Cummings . . . attrac- tive . . . David Happiness is: Being with Dave Misery is: • 7 o’ clock in the morning Suppressed desire: To travel all over the U.S. by car Ambitions: Fashion Drama Club, Creative Writing Club, Softball, Pep Club, Kalei- doscope ’69, Gymnastics Club JACKIE DEL GROSSO Talkative . . . Roger . . . nice clothes . . . Mac’s Happiness is: Being at the beach Kelly’s with friends Misery is: Coming in early on school nights Suppressed desire: Yellow Fire- bird Ambitions: Junior college Pep Club VICTOR DELLISOLA Sense of humor . . . China Moon . . . great pal . . . likea- ble Happiness is: 2:35 dismissal bell Misery is: Taking two tests in a row Ambitions: College Spartan Chorale, Spring Con- cert, Artfest, Chorus, Carnival Ball, Glee Club LAUREL DENISON Lieutenant . . . lots of fun . . . outgoing . . . " up, up, and away” Happiness is : Flying Misery is: Venetian blinds Suppressed desire: To make the escape Ambitions: Airline Stewardess Majorette, Guidance Aide, Fu- ture Teachers, Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Dance Comm., Girls Basketball, PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Sp artan Spokesman ALFRED DEPIERRO funny . . . Linda . . . Everett . . . " Elvis” Happiness is: Girls Misery is: Homework Suppressed desire: To get mar- ried at an early age Ambitions: College 53 KAREN DEVEREAUX Smiling . . . smart . . . spirited . . . sociable . . . Joey Happiness is: A wink, a smile and a handshake Misery is: 1 1 o’clock Suppressed desire: To pass a hearing test Ambitions: College Class Secretary, Gymnastics, Honor Society, Carnival Ball, Student Gym Leader, Varsity Scholar, Senior Play Comm., Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleido- scope ’69, Glee Club, Interna- tional Relations Club ROSEMARY DEVITA " Ro” . . . athletic . . . consider- ate ... outgoing . . . Brighams Happiness is: Being appreciated Misery is : Being alone Suppressed desire: To fly with- out wings Ambitions: College Comment: I’ll never forget playing field hockey. Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, French Club, Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Softball, Pep Club, Kaleido- cope ’69, Future Teachers. JANE DIDONATO Stylish . . . cute . . . Audrey Hepburn? . . . VW Happiness is: Jimmy’s fire es- cape and playing with paper dolls Misery is: Leaving Nickerson behind Suppressed desire: To graduate from high school knowing Rad- cliffe wants me Ambitions: College French Club, Pep Club, Glee Club, Artfest, International Relations Club JUDITH DIFURIA Judi . . . Ho-Jo’s . . . Chelsea . . . Mac’s Happiness is: Having fun with the kids and watching football games Misery is: Being in the hospital on vacation Suppressed desire: B.C. on weekends and being away from J.J.M. and the " B.M.” Ambitions: Secretarial work and Accounting Pep Club MARIA DIGANGI Dunkin’ donuts . . . Mac’s . . . Reading Happiness is: Having fun with my friends and going up to Mac’s Misery is: Having to be in early on school nights Suppressed desire: To go to California for a while Ambitions: Business School Pep Club GERALDINE DIGREGORIO " Geri” . . . petite . . . friendly Happiness is: Making people smile Misery is: Midyear and final exams Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Student Gym Leader, P ' TL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, Future Teachers, Choralettes, Spring Concert 54 DAVID DIMARE Sue . . . skiing . . . star . . . still growing Happiness is: Sue Misery is: Working Friday and Saturday nights Suppressed desire: To ski in Europe Ambitions: College PAT DIMARZO Outgoing . . . considerate . . . King John Happiness is: Knowing hap- piness Misery is: Winter nights Suppressed desire: To speak what I feel Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day, Junior Prom Comm., Senior Play Comm.; Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Class Treasurer, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69. Spar- tan Spokesman, Student Coun- cil, Traffic Squad, Glee Club, Furure Teachers, Future Nur- ses, Homeroom Rep., Office Aide DONNA A. DOANE Mac’s . . . blondie . . . eyes . . . Medford Happiness is: Being with the kids Misery is: Being in school Suppressed desire: To be 21 Ambitions: Secretary Comments: I’ll never forget Don JANIS DOLAN ■’Crash” . . . zealous . . . Circle Happiness is: 1969 Misery is: " Breakheart” Suppressed desire: Air Line Stewardess Ambitions: College Comment: I like the " Circle” Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Senior Play, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Glee Club, Office Aide WILLIAM DONAHUE Carol .... 24 .... football . . . livewire . . . catcher Happiness is: Beating Melrose Misery is: Birthdays Suppressed desire: More than 5 hits in one season Ambitions: College Senior Patrol, Hockey, Base- ball, Coed Volleyball, Football, Student Gym Leader WARRENE DONOVAN Volkswagons . . . Danny . . . pirs forever! Happiness is: Being able to make others happy Misery is: The " Lake” Suppressed desire: To have un- limited charge accounts Ambitions: College International Relations Club, Future Teachers Club, Library Aide, Student Council, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Junior Prom Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PIL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman 55 JEAN DOUCETTE Mac’s . . . Chevy . . . parties Happiness is: Weekends Misery is A lot of homework Ambitions-. Work Carnival Ball, Pep Club, PTL Drive, Future Nurses, Interna- tional Relations Club, Future Secretaries MICHAEL DOUGHERTY " Dawg” . . . tennis . . . skiing . . . handsome Happiness is: Skiing Misery is: Waiting Suppressed desire: To own my own " Vet” Ambitions: College Boys Tennis, Basketball, Cross Country, Senior Patrol, Carnival Ball PAUL DRESSER Fun . . . Carol . . . 2:34 p.m. . . . blue eyes Suppressed desire: To be an " A” student Ambitions: Navy ARTHUR DUNN Quiet . . . reliable . . . " Art” . . . conservative Happiness is: The Football team going undefeated Misery is: The death of Bobby Kennedy Suppressed desire: To fly Ambitions: College JEANNE E. DUONOLO Scott . . . athlete . . . onward call Happiness is: Peace and love in my lifetime Misery is: The class of ’69 not being together anymore Suppressed desire: To be free Ambitions: Physical Education Teacher Comment: I’ll never forget Scott Chotalettes, Spartan Chorale, Spring Concert, Artfest, Ensem- ble, Carnival Ball, Coed Volley- ball, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Spartan Spokesman, Student Council, Gymnastics Club, Fumre Teachers. LYNN DUPONT Frenchie . . . Whitehorse . . . p.j. parties pou faitime Happiness is: Whitehorse, tea parties Misery is: Three people and " Good Guys” Suppressed desire: To be Pres- ident of I.D.S. Ambitions: College, Teaching Future Teachers Club, French Club, PTL Drive, Pep Club 56 KAREN BADE Mac’s . . . Nashville " Eada” Happiness is: Parties with Fred and Lynn Misery is: People who never call back Ambitions: To see the whole world through a fish bowl Comment: I’ll never forget all the good times. Drama Club, Pep Club, Kalei- doscope ’69, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PTL Drive, In- ternational Relations Club, Fu- ture Teachers CHARLENE EATON Cinema . . . step to stand on . . . lively Misery is; Monday mornings Ambitions: Business School Gym Leader, PTL Drive, Pep Club JOHN EGAN Syndicate . . . artist . . . juniors Happiness is: Graduating Misery is: Going to school Suppressed desire: To be a mil- lionaire Ambitions: College Basketball, Artfest STEPHEN ELDRIDGE Skiing . . . 1)82 . . . intelligent . . . discus thrower Happiness is: Satisfaction Misery is: Failure Suppressed desire: To play football Ambitions: College Graduation Usher, Baseball, French Club, Carnival Ball, Football, Spring Track, Senior Patrol, Spmrtan Spokesman CYNTHIA EMERY Bruce . . . blonde . . . " Emma " . . . Mac’s Happiness is: Being with Bruce and the gang at MacDonald’s Misery is: Getting up early Suppressed desire: Fashion Ambitions: To finish school Future Secretaries, Pep Club, In- ternational Relations Club PAUL EMERY Holly . . . permanent fixture . . . live wire Happiness is; 2:30 Misery is: Going to school Suppressed desire: To graduate Ambitions: Navy 57 RONALD EZEKIAN ■ ' Stanley " . . . dependable . . . lant uages . . . success bound Happiness is Growinfi an inch Misery is Rainy vacations Suppressed desire-. To build a better world Ambitions-. To travel abroad Carnival Ball, French Club, Senior Play, Kaleidoscope ’69, Honor Society, Latin Club, Spartan Spokesman, Glee Club, Spring Concert, Math Team, Boys State Rep. LOUIS FABBRI " Louie” . . . Judy . . . Tula ' s . . . " Egor " Happiness is; Eating at Tula’s Misery is-. Frosties without pop- corn Ambitions-. Prep School Spring Track, Glee Club KAREN FAWCETT Petite . . . lively . . . business . . . fun Happiness is: Being with friends Misery is: Being short Suppressed desire: To travel Ambitions: Secretary Ensemble, Spring Concert, Car- nival Ball, Future Secretaries, Kaleidoscope ’69, Pep Club, In- ternational Relations Club DONNA FEINDEL Transitron . . . gym . . . con- genial Happiness is: Shopping Misery is: Brothers Ambitions: Bookkeeper Future Secretaries, Artfest, Car- nival Ball, Library Aide I RICHARD FIELDS " Sandy” . . . football . . . chief Happiness is: Finding a college to accept me Misery is: Monday morning Suppressed desire: To be the first man on the moon Ambitions: Commercial Airline Pilot Artfest, Spring Concert, Interact Club, Glee Club, Carnival Ball, Football, Junior Prom Comm., Senior Patrol, Science Night PAUL M. FITZGERALD Words cannot begin to . . . Happiness is: Being a Hamp- tonite Misery is: Grammar school teachers in high school posi- tions Suppressed desire: To grow a beard Ambitions: College Comment: I’ll never forget Au- gust 4-11, 1968 Glee Club, Spring Concert, Spartan Chorale, Graduation Marshal, Senior Patrol, Base- ball, Carnival Ball, Football, Gym Leader, Spring and Win- ter Track 58 RICHARD FITZPATRICK Star . . . easy-going . . . skiing . . . good friend Happiness is Skiing Misery is Low grades Suppressed desire-. To graduate from college Ambitions-. To make money Interact Club, Winter Track, Spring Track DAVID FIX Mechanic . . . shop . . . de- struction Happiness is-. Being out of school Misery is-. Monday morning Suppressed desire: To have my own car Ambitions: To get out of school Comment: School could have been more fun Glee Club, Science Club, Science Night, Carnival Ball DANIEL FLANAGAN Cigarettes . . . Santoro’s . . . Sharp clothes Happiness is: A blonde girl Misery is: Monday morning Suppressed desire: To get into architecture Ambitions: Technical college Math Club DONNA FLANDERS Dickie . . . engaged . . . lively Happiness is: Being with Dick Misery is: No study periods Suppressed desire: Secretary Ambitions: Hairdresser Senior Tea Comm., Internation- al Relations Club, Library Aide JOSEPH FLYNN Tennis . . . accidents . . ■ Vera Happiness is: No homework Aiisery is: Homeroom Suppressed desire: No finals Ambitions: College Tennis JANE FORREST " Krebbs” . . . Paul . . . action . . . vivacious Happiness is: A blue carnation Misery is: Not understanding Ambitions: Nursing Carnival Ball, Student Council, Pep Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Kaleido- scope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Science Club, Glee Club, Inter- national Relations Club, Ensem- ble, Homeroom Rep. 59 WILLIAM FREEMAN Mexico . . . CYO . . . witty . . . newspaper Happiness is: Finding your grades mistaken for John Boyd ' s Misery is: The first day of school Ambitions: College, Lawyer Carnival Ball, Science Night, Latin Club, Science Club, Glee Club, Tennis, Spring Concert, Rocket Club, Interact Club MICHELLE GABAREE P.A. . . . " Mouse " . . . mustang . . . beautiful clothes Happiness is: B.L.M Suppressed desire: To have a little nose Ambitions: Kindergarten Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, French Club, Traffic Squad, In- ternational Relations Club ANTHONY GANGE " Whale” . . . flirt . . . Italian lover! . . . big 64 Happiness is: Weekends Misery is: Monday morning Suppressed desire: Senior Pa- trol Ambitions: Business School Football, Spring Track, Band, Spartan Chorale, Spring Con- cert STEPHEN GANGI Reserved . . . speed demon . . . cars Happiness is: To Fab Misery is ; No Fabs Suppressed desire: Fabs and PGT LINDA GAROFANO Bobby . . . Lake . . . Logan . . . Ginny Happiness is: Bobby, having peers Misery is : The LAKE Suppressed desire: Nun Ambitions: Business School Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Pep Club, Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Kalei- doscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman DONNA GAYNOR Friendly’s . . . Winchester D.J. . . . cute Happiness is: Being with my friends Misery is: Monday morning Suppressed desire: Secretary Ambitions: Airline Stewardess Carnival Ball, Future Secre- taries, Pep Club, Library Aide, Choralettes 60 PATRICIA GILLIGAN ROBERT GEORGETTE Paula . . . sharp . . . coed vol- leyball Happiness is-. Hojo ' s Misery is-. Last lunch Suppressed desire-. To avoid the draft Ambitions-. College Spring Track Gilly . . . Cape . . . the cave . . . Common gang Happiness is: Being ahead Misery is-. Listening to Wayne Newton Suppressed desire-. To be able to fly Ambitions-. College Senior Play Comm., Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Future Teachers, International Rela- tions Club. JOSEPH GISONE Hot chevy . . . Fannie . . . ski- ing Happiness is-. 2:30 Misery is: Working Suppressed desire: To be rich Ambitions: College Band ANDREW GOVATSOS Donna . . . Mr. Bandman . . . " guts” . . . hip Happiness is: Playing good mu- sic Misery is: When you can’t start the M.G. up in the morning Suppressed desire: Apartment in ston, and W.B.C.N. radio announcer Ambitions: Playing at the Fil- more East and doing great things for some good people; Prep School Basketball, Carnival Ball, Foot- ball, Glee Club, Student Coun- cil, Artfest VIVIAN GREENE Hard working . . . quiet . . . sincere Happiness is: Sandwich, N.H. Misery is: Wearing shoes Suppressed desire: To jump oflF the Pothole bridge Ambitions: Peace Corps, Col- lege, California Drama Club, Creative Writing Club ROBERT HAGGERTY " Hagg” . . . Milry. . . . singer . . . " Johnny Bear” Happiness is: Harmony Misery is: Being born Dec. 25 and being called Jimmy Suppressed desire: To blow up Milty’s Ambitions: Show business Carnival Ball, Senior Play, Dance Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, Band, Spartan Chorale, Spring Concert, Rocket Club 61 ANN HAMILTON PAUL HARMON Annie . . . sweet and friendly . . . 57 Carnival Ball, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Office Aide " Spider” . . . Joane . . . N.H. . . . Marlboro Country Happiness is: Being at Tulas Misery is: Untidy webs Suppressed desire: To get out of Stoneham High Ambitions: Reserves ALAN HARRIS " Warning all birds!” . . . ma- thematics . . . Al-ly cat Happiness is: Pitching a no hitter and winning Misery is: Pitching a no hitter and losing Ambitions: To go to Dart- mouth Basketball, Baseball, Science Night, Science Club, Band, Spring Concert KATHY HARRISON Beautiful brown eyes smiles . . . sincerely friendly Happiness is: Ending my senior year Misery is: High lockers crowded corridors, long studies Suppressed desire: To graduate with honors Ambitions: Business School, Carnival Ball, Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Future Secretaries DIANE HASLAM " Di” . . . tennis instructor . . . Brigham’s . . . laugh much? Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Senior Tea Comm., Gymnastics Club, Girls Tennis MARIELLEN HAYMAN Freckles . . . pretty hair . . . sincere . . . smiling Happiness is: Leg room Misery is: Nothing to do Suppressed desire: To find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow Ambitions: Nursing Carnival Ball, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Science Night, Dance Comm., Softball, P ' TL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Future Nurses. 62 DONALD HEALY EILEEN HERRICK Diane . . . hockey . . . dancer giant? Ambitions ' . College Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day Comm., Stu- dent Gym Leader, Cross Coun- try, Hockey, Homeroom Rep. ' The Circle” . . . Norman . . . Hampton . . . beautiful hair Happiness is ' . Dec. 27, 1966, Hampton 68, Norman, horror shows, the kids, and monster calls Misery is ' . Detention Ambitions ' . Nursing School Comment ' . Remember Ray- mond and the All Nighters? Suppressed desire-. To marry a millionaire and become the first woman astronaut Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day Comm., Sen- ior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., PTL Drive, Kaleido- scope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, International Relations Club, Future Nurses, Homeroom Rep., Office Aide DOUGLAS M. HEUMAN Mathematical philosopher . . . Robert Frost . . . Mr. Rocher . . . skiing Happiness is ' . Wedeln on fresh- powder at 10 below Misery is: Missing deadlines Ambitions: College Science Night, Creative Writing Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Cross Country, Spartan Spokesman, Science Club, Tennis, Math Team, Boys State, NMS Semifi- nalist ROBIN HILL " Rob” . . . curl-free . . . con- cerned . . . sensitive Misery is: Frizz Suppressed desire: To make all those things I tried out for Ambitions: College, Peace Corps Carnival Ball, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Homeroom Rep., Dance Comm., Basketball, Pep Club, Field Flockey, Senior Play Ush- er, Kaleidoscope ’69 SUSAN HILLMAN Canada . . . Pat . . . shy . . . Army . . . blonde Happiness is: Being a Canadian and going back to Canada Misery is: The war in Vietnam Suppressed desire: To join the Service Ambitions: Nurse Carnival Ball, Junior Prom Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Future Nurses SUZANNE HOSIER Zanne . . . Canada . . . " and you know that she’s half crazy” Happiness is: " Wearing rags and feathers from Salvation Army counters” Suppressed desire: " To feed you tea and oranges that come all the way from China” Ambitions: " To show you where to look amid the garbage and the flowers” Comment: " There are heroes in the seaweed; there are children in the morning; they are lean- ing out for love and they will lean that way forever” — L. Co- hen 63 JANICE HOUGHTON " Houghry " . . . gullible . . . fun loving Ambitions ' . College Office Aide, Carnival Ball, Class Treasurer, Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Sen- ior Play Comm., Gym Leaders, Junior Prom Comm., Field Hockey, Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Future Teachers LINDA HUGHES Billy . . . Good Harbor . . . New York . . . Summer ’68 Happiness is-. Seeing Billy Misery is: School lunches Suppressed desire: To go back to New York Ambitions: Airline Stewardess Future Secretaries, Tennis JOSEPH HYDE Karen . . . baseball homeroom Happiness is: A wink, a smile, and a handshake Misery is: Getting up in the mornings Suppressed desire: Longer weekends Ambitions: College Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Homeroom Rep. FREDRIC HYDER ■’Zig-Zag” ... great guy . . . always on time!? Ambitions: College French Club, Spartan Spokes- man, Honor Patrol, Band, Spring Concert, Baseball, Foot- ball, Science Night, Kaleido- scope ’69 PHILIP J. INFURNA Linda . . . codes! . . . Abel Patetnax . . . guitar . . . hand- some Happiness is: Linda Senior Patrol, Spartan Spokes- man, Science Club KENNETH JENKINS Sheryl . . . nice looking . . . " Little Austie?” . . . football Misery is: Over the hump day Suppressed desire: Getting into college Ambitions: College Football, Smdent Gym Leader, Artfest 64 SUSAN JENKINS " Captain” . . . much great? . . . hepa . . . dorrialb . . • " 1 for- got my tooth” Happiness is: Doing when, what and where Misery is: Flats, cool dilemmas Comment: It’s so ugly yet so beautiful . . . Suppressed desire: To walk on water Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Class Vice Pres., Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, PTL Drive, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Traffic Squad, Cheerleader, Class So- cial Chairman, Gymnastics Club, Graduation Marshal, Girls Tennis, Senior Prom Comm. FRANK T. JOHANSON Debbie . . . the Swede ... pi- lot .. . friend Happiness is: Sailing over the earth on a mid-October morn- ing and down onto the beauty Misery is: F.A.A. Examiner in the right hand seat Suppressed Desire: My girlfriend Ambitions: Two more years of school, and commercial pilot training Radio Club CARLA JOHNSON Basketball . . . " Oggi” black jelly bean . . . Spiffy! Happiness is: Having all the ice cream you want Misery is: Having to do book reports Suppressed Desire: Coed Gym Classes Ambitions: College, then Peace Corps Carnival Ball, Drama Club, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Creative Writing Club, Girls Basketball, Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Latin Club, Spartan Spokesman, Glee Club, Artfest JOHN JOHNSON " Nonny” . . . quiet . . . hockey Happiness is: 2:30 Misery is: Getting up in the morning Suppressed desire: Longer weekends Ambitions: College Spring Track, Hockey, Boys Tennis KENNETH JONES Janice . . . congenial . . . wise cracks Happiness is: Janice Misery is: Detention Ambitions:. College Spring Track, Hockey, Artfest MARLENE JONES Bristol . . . out of town boys . . . " Beanie” . . . serious . . . blue eyes Happiness is: Being at New- found Lake, Bristol Misery is: Leaving Bristol Suppressed desite: To be a nurse Ambitions: To go to school Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Softball, Pep Club, Senior Play 65 GAIL JOSLIN ■ ' Faith " . . . lively . . . intelli- gent . . . Milton Happiness is: ' Weekends Misery is: Going to work on Sunday mornings Ambitions: To become a teacher Carnival Ball, Drama club, French club. Senior Play, Dance Comm., Pep Club, Traffic Squad, Glee Club, Future Teachers MARY KEEFE Mary Beth . . . big help . . . nurse . . . fun-loving Happiness is: Being happy and graduation Misery is: High lockers, crowded halls Ambitions: Nurse Carnival Ball, Senior Play Comm., ' Dance Comm., Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, Future Nurses MARLANE KELLNER " The Circle” . . . Melrose! . . . personality . . . Kellner’s Phar- macy Happiness is: Pulling horror shows with the girls Misery is: Debbie doing somer- saults on my face while seeing a wild Polar Bear at Reading Town Forest Suppressed desire: To put a mini-dress on the Dean Ambitions: Dental Hygienist Comment: I’ll never forget Raymond, New Hampshire with the girls Homecoming Day Comm., Pep Club, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Future Nurses PAULA KELLY " The Circle” ... tin foil . . . nice clothes . . . slender Happiness is : A midnight charade with the kids Misery is: Staying in on school nights again Suppressed desire: To get a job in Gilchrists Ambitions: Business Adminis- tration or Modeling Carnival Ball Comm., Student Gym Leader, Future Secretaries, Kaleidoscope ’69 JOAN KENNEDY Sept. 7, 1968 . . . winning smile . . . Gilchrists . . . acci- dents? Happiness is: Scheming, and being at the Cape Misery is: People who don’t mind their own business Suppressed desire: To learn Judy ' s driving secret? Ambitions: College, Interior Decoration Carnival Ball, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Senior Play Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Student Council, International Relations Club, Future Teachers, Homeroom Rep. LEON KEZARJIAN Always sleeping . . . crafty smile . . . swarthy Happiness is : Skipping Misery is: Listening to lectures Suppressed desire: To find out wbat makes girls tick Ambitions: To join the Navy Carnival Ball, Cross Country, Spring Concert 66 AMY KLAINER Timeless universal mother . . . Black Jelly Bean Revolution . . . Mad Hatter . . . energetic Happiness is: Balloons Misery is: Artist Comment: Child is Father to Man Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Sen- ior Play, Science Night, Creative Writing Club, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Latin Club, Spartan Spokesman, Glee Club, Artfest HARRIET KIMBALL Jamoke! . . . Woburn . . . May 27 . . . friendly Happiness is: Being out with Billy Misery is: Thinking about Mar- ines Suppressed desire: To be two inches shorter Ambitions: College Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Glee Club RICHARD C. KIRK " One of the out-of-the-door- and-time-to-light-up-boys deliberate Happiness is: Last day of school Misery is: Having a new teach- er every year Suppressed desire: To get out and live Ambitions: To laugh all the time Comment: Good Luck, Don DANIEL KLANE " Harry . . . sideburns . . . sax man . . . Connoisseur of rock and jazz . . . comedian Happiness is: Never happy Misery is: A period of " Look, son” followed by " in essence” Suppressed desire: Too many to mention Ambitions: None Carnival Ball, Band, Spring Concert LORRAINE KOLESAR " The Circle” . . . Reading . . . beautiful hair . . . pranks Ambitions: Nursing School Class treasurer. Coed Volley- ball, Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Student Gym Leader, Science Night, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Future Nurses, Artfest SUSAN KONAXIS " The Circle” . . . Jackie . . . clothes . . . out with the girls Happiness is: Raymond B.H.- 68, Weekend Horror Shows Misery is: " My car” running out of gas on Rt. 1 Suppressed desire: To be nor- mal Ambitions: Airlines mode- ling Comment: I’ll never forget the Junior Beach Party Homecoming Day Comm., Sen- ior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Glee Club, Interna- tional Relations Club I 67 KENNETH LANIGAN DAVID LAPOINTE " Laguna " . . . widower of many cars . . . elastic snapper . . . grin Happiness is: Looking forward to college Misery is: Finding out that you flunked when you know you could have passed Suppressed Desire: To get a Firebird 400 for graduation Ambitions: To be important, make a lot of money, and be happy Tennis, Band, Orchestra, Spring Concert, Boys’ Gymnastics, Bas- ketball, Carnival Ball, Spring Track Aesthetic . . . poet . . . eyes . . . Diane . . . fertile mind Happiness is: Lying on the beach at night Misery is: Waiting for a taxi at 2:30 A.M., -2 degrees F. Suppressed desire: To travel Ambitions: To be a successful writer, to make people think Comment: Do away with: 7th period studies, teachers who care only about marks, old ladies complaining about the younger generation, boring po- liticians Baseball, Creative Writing Club, Kaleidoscope ' 69, Spartan Spokesman DEBORAH LEARY Mod dresser . . . smiling . . . secrets . . . long hair Happiness is: Summer Suppressed desire: To burn this building down Artfest DIANE LEBLANC Ronnie . . . petite . . . spirited Happiness is: Being with Ron Misery is: Having to go home Suppressed desire: To see Ron- nie’s vette Ambitions: Airline School Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Junior Prom Comm., Senior Play Comm., Smdent Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Gymnastics Club MARIO M. LENTINE JR. " Ted " . . . Latin Lover . . . hockey . . . " But I don’t know how to handle it.” Happiness is: When with my fellow countrymen Misery is: School Suppressed desire: King of Italy Ambitions: Italy forever! Football, Cross Country, Hockey PETER LEWIS " Pedro” . . . mischievous . . . wise cracks Happiness is: 2:34 Misery is: Haircuts Suppressed desire: To sleep through Spanish Ambitions: College Drama Club, Carnival Ball, Glee Club, Spartan Chorale, Spring Concert, Artfest 68 CHRISTINE LIRAKIS RUSSELL LONG Dana . . . Tina . . . ’59 Ford . . . always laughing Happiness is Being with Dana Suppressed desire-. To travel Ambitions-. Secretary Pep Club Artist . . . never again ... al- ways ahead . . . First National . . . polite Glee Club, Artfest, Art Depart- ment Award RUTH LONGMORE Kenny . . . pretty smile . . . Reading amicable Happiness is: Being with the kids Misery is: School Suppressed desire: To travel Ambitions: Hairdresser PAUL LONGO Effortless . . . earthy . . . Pat . . . Wakefield Happiness is: Being with Trisha Misery is: Not having fun Ambitions: Business School and Folk Singing Football NEIL LUSAS Conservative . . . well informed . . . leader . . . class chauvin- ist? Happiness is: Eating a school lunch Misery is: Ptomaine after eating a school lunch Suppressed desire: To be Ital- ian Ambitions: To be the Wizard of Oz Coed Volleyball, Football, French Club, Student Gym Leader, Spring Track, Junior Prom Comm., Science Night Participant, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Science Club, Senior Honor Pa- trol, Interact Club DOUGLAS MACDONALD Doug . . . instant comedian . . . buried brain . . . Zepher . . . Albany Suppressed desire: To be ahead Ambitions: Millionaire Playboy Football 69 FRANK MACHENRY Devil . . . thin man . . . Bar- bara . . . like father, like son Happiness is: Money Misery is: Talking to someone with dragon mouth Suppressed desire: To move out of this town Ambitions: Vietnam or a facsimile Hockey, Football, Student Gym Leader JANE MACKAY Sept. 10, ' 66 ... Ricky . . . personality Happiness is: Being with Rickie Suppressed desire: To travel Ambitions: I.B.M. school Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ' 69, Dance Club, International Rela- tions Club, Homeroom Rep. KAREN MACKENZIE Kenny . . . hidden laughs . . . shy . . . pretty hair Misery is: Rain on the week- ends Ambitions: College Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Varsity Scholar, Glee Club, In- ternational Relations Club, Fu- ture Teachers CINDY MACLEOD " My Bob” . . . p.j. parties at Lynn . . . Good Friday Happiness is: Being with the people I love Misery is: The U.S. Marine Corps Suppressed desire: Every day becomes Halloween ' 66 Ambitions: College, Teaching PHILIP MAGUIRE Pat . . . doesn’t believe in lock- ers ... carries 12 books Happiness is: Doing my best Misery is: To fail to do any- thing that I set out to do Suppressed desire: To get an " A” in chemistry Ambitions: To live a long, hap- py life, and to make the world a better place to live Radio Club PHYLLIS MAGUIRE " Mike” . . . hardworker . . . nurse . . . going far Happiness is: Dreaming Misery is: Loneliness Suppressed desire: To meet that certain someone Ambitions: To become a physi- cal therapist Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, French Club, Sen- ior Play Comm., Girls Basket- ball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Ka- leidoscope ’69, Varsity Scholar, Latin Club, Dance Club, Glee Club, Future Nurses 70 DANIEL MAHONEY SUSAN MAHONEY " Sudzy " . . . bikie . • ■ hamster . . . good natured Matt . . . decisive . . . snaps . . . independent Happiness is: Rainy Sundays and weekends at U. Mass Misery is: The Separation hiss- ing Janis Joplin at Newport Suppressed desire: To bum around Europe Ambitions: Travel and Experi- ence Spartan Spokesman, French Club, Latin Club, Senior Play Comm., F ield Hockey, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ' 69, Varsity Scholar RICHARD MAIN " Johnie’s Jane” . . . Sept. 10, ’66 . . . personality Happiness is: Not fighting with Janie Misery is: A flashing blue light behind you Suppressed desire: To get good marks Ambitions: College Football DONNA MANNING Andy . . . eyes . . . beautiful clothes . . . talkative Misery is: Staying home week- ends Suppressed desire: To own a baby blue M.G. Ambitions: College Future Teachers, International Relations Club, Pep Club, Seni- or Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ■69 LINDA MANZI " Bobby” . . . Wakefield . . . smiling . . . attractive Happiness is: Being with Bobby Misery is: C.Y.O. dances Suppressed desire: To live alone Ambitions: College Coed Volleyball, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Internation- al Relations Club, Fumre Teachers LOUIS MARASCA " The beard” . . . ladies man . . . GTX . . . protest leader Happiness is: When the vents are working Misery is: Barbers Ambitions: To be a priest Other comments: Blue flats Orange wedges Rocket Club, Football 71 MARLA MAREK Spiffy . . . specs . . . Ptown . . . laugh? . . . chicken farm Happiness is: Sun Suppressed desire: To ride in a balloon Ambitions: College French Club, Creative Writing Club, French Club, Orchestra, International Relations Club, Spring Concert, Spartan Spokes- man JEAN MARGARITA Athletic . . . speedy . . . Star . . . Music on Monday! Happiness is: Being with friends Misery is: Inactivity Suppressed desire: Travel Ambitions: College Future Teachers, Girls Track, Field Hockey, Pep Club, Stu- dent Gym Leader JEANIE MARSH Equestrian interests Mustang . . . surprise birthday parties . . . theatrical Happiness is: Riding on the beach; Freedom Misery is: Waiting alone Suppressed desire: Occasional achievement of success Ambitions: To help people un- derstand each other Comment: " Let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing.” — K. Gibran Senior Play, Carnival Ball, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Choralettes, Spring Concert RUTH MARSHALL Attractive . . . Wakefield . . . congenial Happiness is: Mac’s, Wakefield, and L.P. Misery is: Kenny Suppressed desire: None Ambitions: Secretary International Relations Club, Library Aide CAROL MASELLI " Break Bread” . . . concerned . . . loyal . . . literate . . . pen- sive Happiness is: Spending the summer at Janna’s Misery is: Going through a stop sign Suppressed desire: To be 5’7” Ambitions: To be a complete person Ensemble, Choralettes, Spartan Chorale, Spring Concert, Pep Club, rnival Ball, Kaleido- scope ’69, PTL Drive CAROL MASOTTA Robbie . . . Bradlee’s . - . riot . . . living Happiness is: Friendly’s Misery is: Homework on week- ends Suppressed desire: To graduate with honors Ambitions Marriage International Relations Club 72 MICHAEL McCarthy DENNIS MACARTHY Quiet . . . studious . . . lights . . . energetic Happiness is: Friday afternoon Misery is: Monday morning Suppressed desire: No school for a year Ambitions: Draftsman Science Night, Coed Volleyball, PTL Drive, French Club Good looking . . . humor . . . intelligent . . . athlete Susan Happiness is: A Junior Prom Misery is: Not being able to play sports Suppressed desire: To have a hard head Ambitions: College, then Teacher and Football Coach Boys State Representative, Seni- or Patrol, Football, Gym Lead- er, Spring and Winter Track, Varsity Scholar, Kaleidoscope ’69, Graduation Usher JOAN MCCLUSKEY Reserved . . . slender Ramblers . . . UMASS Bryan . . . the mall . . . friend- ly .. . scream Happiness is: A summer at Hampton Beach Misery is: Finding Grunge at the botton of your glass Suppressed desire: Having my own thing maker machine Ambitions: To travel Other Comments: " Cherish is the word, orange is the color” Carnival Ball, Dance Comm., Pep Club, Fumre Secretaries, PTL Drive, Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, International Rela- tions Club, Fumre Teachers, Choralettes, Office Aide SHARON MCCULLOUGH UMass . . . Gilchrist’s . . . ath- lete Happiness is: Trix for rabbits Misery is: Getting up on Mon- day mornings Ambitions: College; Physical Therapy Spring Concert, Band, Drama Club, Field Hockey, Kaleido- scope ’69, Varsity Scholar, Na- tional Honor Society, Softball KEVIN MCCUSKER Easy going . . . New Hamp- shire . . . skiing . . . First Na- tional Happiness is: Waterskiing and Summers in New Hampshire Misery is: Working on Samr- days at the First National Suppressed desire: To become a champion waterskier Ambitions: College Weightlifting, Football, Spring Track WILLIAM D. MCKENZIE Bug . . . biologist . . . talkative . . . pharmacy Happiness is: Sleeping until 11:30 Misery is: The 2:30 announce- ments Suppressed desire: To keep my car running Ambitions: To enter pre-med program Hockey, Football, Gym Leader, Science Night 73 PETER MCLAUGHLIN THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN Milty’s . . . Goofy . . . freckles Happiness is: Helping little old ladies across the street Misery is: Bein ; sent to Mr. Orman Suppressed desire: To see Mr. Kiamie with black socks Ambitions: College Football Witty . . . teachers’ plague . . . cars Happiness is: An activity period Misery is: Detention Suppressed desife: To graduate Football, Hocke " . Coed Volley- ball, Booster Club Drive SCOTT MCLEAN Scooter . . . sneaky . . . sharp head ... 2 ... the caddy . . . storyteller Happiness is: A hole-in-one Misery is: Being exposed to the guile of the Red Fox Suppressed desire: To hitch-hike across the country Ambitions: College Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, French Club, PTL Drive, Glee Club, Golf, Spring Concert BARBARA MCNAUGHTON Petite . . . reticent . . . " move much?” . . . Colonel Sanders Happiness is: Weekends Misery is: Mon.-Fri., French, Chemistry, Spanish Suppressed desire: To graduate with A’s Ambitions: College — major in foreign languages Girls Track, Chorus, Future Teachers, International Rela- tions Club, Glee Club, Gymnas- tics Club, Carnival Ball, French Club, Student Gym Leader, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69 JANICE MCVARISH Astrologically . . . Ipanema . . . why? . . . UMass Happiness is: Quiet neighbors Misery is: Finding " No Way’’ Suppressed desire: Wilt-ther Stilts Ambitions: To kick off my shoes and live Comments: " Jam” . . . Cancer . . . Professional Job seeker Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Girls Track, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ' 69, Spartan Spokesman, Glee Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, Artfest, Ensemble, Spring Concert Guidance Aide WILLIAM MEISNER Convertible ... ice ... " Zip- po” . . . " Bobby Orr” Happiness is: The states Misery is: Mondays and Eng- lish Ambitions: College and Money Hockey, Football 74 RALPH MELKONIAN CAROLE MERCHANT Perseverance . . . trumpet . . . track . . . Barbie Happiness is: Friday 2:34 Misery is: Chemistry Suppressed Desire: To beat Wakefield Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Winter Track, Spring Track, Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Cross Country, Band, Orchestra Personality . . . gym . . . ace . . . Cougar Happiness is: Being out of school Misery is: The end of the sum- mer Suppressed desire: To graduate Ambitions: Business school Comment: I’ll never forget New Hampshire ' 0 THEODORE MEROSKI Blue and white . . • " Leroy” . . . girls? Happiness is: Being chased by the gasman Suppressed desire: To win over a buck Ambitions: College Traffic Squad, Senior Patrol, Baseball, Football, Coed Vol- leyball, Student Gym Leader SHERRY MEUSE " Can you come out tonight?” . . . Phil . . . " Run in place 50, jump 10.” Happiness is: Being with Phil Misery is: The end of summer Suppressed desire: To be suc- cessful Ambitions: Business school Comment: I’ll never forget BO Senior Tea Comm. SUSAN MICHAUD SPIRIT! . . . LOOKOUT! . . .Mike . . . " Mich” Maine Happiness is: The removal of braces Misery is: An unbalanced ner- vous system Suppressed desire: To abolish the football blues Ambitions: College; Teacher Carnival Ball, Choralettes, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Field Hockey, Girls Bas- ketball, Softball, PTL Drive, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleido- scope ’69, Honor Society, Var- siry Scholar, Traffic Squad Cheerleader, Class Secretary, Glee Club, Gymnastics Club, Future Teachers, Ensemble, Spartan Chorale, Spring Con- cert, Girls’ State, Artfest EVELYN MITCHELL Artist . . . Mitch . . . athlete . . . musical . . . much talent? Happiness is: Staying with a sport Misery is: To graduate Drama Club, Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Softball, Artfest, Band, Spring Concert 75 STEPHEN MITCHELL Patty . . . sarcastic much? . . . comedian Happiness is: Friday, 2:35 and sleeping in Misery is: Getting up for school in the morning Suppressed desire: To beat Mark Tod Ambitions: School French Club. Latin Club, Dance Comm., Student Gym Leader, PTL Drive BRIAN MONAGLE Billy turned 17 . . . Shoes? . . . Stanley . . . Redstone Happiness is: Having a pillow when you sleep on the floor Misery is: Leaving Hampton at the end of a week Suppressed Desire: A good- night kiss from Sheila Ambitions: College and Teaching Glee Club, Traffic Squad, Car- nival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play, Junior Prom Comm., Ka- leidoscope ’69 GAIL MONTEFORTE with an " E” . . . Da, Da, Da, Da, Da, Da, Da ... cheer- leader Happiness is: Making someone else happy Misery is: Getting caught Suppressed desire: To be free Ambitions: Physical therapy Guidance Aide, Office Aide, Homeroom Representative, Car- nival Ball, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Ka- leidoscope ’69, Graduation ush- et, student council, cheerleader. Glee Club, Gymnastics Club RALPH MORRILL Giant . . . " Gulliver " Mustang . . . First National Happiness is: Friday, 2:34 Misery is : English class Suppressed desire: To skip class Ambitions: East Coast aero technical Glee Club, Coed Volleyball, Carnival Ball, Spart an Choral, Spring Concert DONALD MORRIS Football . . . girls . . . Dodge Rebel . . . " Chug-chug” Happiness is: Playing football on Saturday Misery is: 8:00 a.m. Suppressed desire: To coach Mr. Wilde for one day Ambitions: College Spring Concert, Band, Senior Patrol, Traffic Squad, Basket- ball, Coed Volleyball, Football, Student Gym Leader JOHN MUCCI " Gumbi” . . . Falcon . . . think snow . . . where it’s at Happiness is: Skiing Misery is: Listening to no school announcements and not hearing Stoneham called Suppressed desire: Corvette stingray Ambitions: Lawyer Soccer, Homeroom Rep., Hock- ey, Boys Gymnastics Club, Ten- nis, Interact Club, Coed Volley- ball, Senior Patrol, Junior Prom Comm., PTL Drive, Kaleido- scope ’ 69 , Student Council, Glee Club. 76 FRED MULLEN MARY MULLETT " Mad stork” . . . " the tall boys” Happiness is Getting thrown in Misery is : Staying over Suppressed desire: To win in a big one Ambitions: College Basketball, Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Kaleidoscope ’69 First National . . . flirt . . . fun . . . clothes Happiness is: Horseback riding in the woods Misery is: Slipping on the ice with a pile of books Suppressed desire: To travel Ambitions: College for com- puter programming Ensemble, Spring Concert, Spartan Chorale, Carnival Ball, Future Secretaries, Pep Club PAUL MURPHY Jackie . . . parties . . . Friday nights Happiness is: Drive-ins Misery is: Benzo in drill Suppressed desire: 160 mph Ambitions: Moneymaking Senior Patrol, Football THENE MURPHY Lively . . . athletic . . . efficient . . . enthusiastic Happiness is: Summer bridge Misery is: Venetian blinds Suppressed desire: To score a goal Ambitions: College Junior Prom Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Spar- tan Spokesman, Smdent Coun- cil, Gymnastics Club, Future Teachers, Artfest, Girls State, Guidance Aide JOAN MURRAY DQ . . . diligent . . . twin . . . reserved Happiness is: Being with my friends Misery is: Venetian Blinds Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Senior Play Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Honor Society, Varsi- ty Scholar, French Club, Spar- tan Spokesman, Glee Club, In- ternational Relations Club, Fu- ture Teachers JOHN MURRAY " Pies” . . . responsible President . . . considerate Carnival Ball, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Senior Pa- trol, Dance Comm., Booster Club Drive, Kaleidoscope ’69 Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Spartan Spokesman, Student Council, Senior Patrol, Class President, Homeroom Rep., Boys State 77 KRISTINE NAETHE Germany . . . T.P. ... tea by candlelight . . . exchange stu- dent Happiness is: When people un- derstand me Misery is: People who talk too fast Suppressed desire: To see Paris Ambitions: To see America Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ' 69, International Relations Club JOHN NICKERSON Football . . . senior patrol . . . ■Nick” Happiness is: Playing sports Misery is: Getting sick at big parties Suppressed desire: Never hav- ing to work Ambitions: College Baseball, Coed ' Volleyball, Football, Senior Patrol PETER N. NICKERSON Happiness is: Summer in N.H. Misery is: 8 am to 2:30 pm Mon.-Fri. Suppressed desire: To own my first Cadillac Ambitions: Service ERIC NOLTE Independent . . . blond mysterious Happiness is: Having a day off from school Misery is: Getting up in the morning Suppressed desire: To graduate Ambitions: College Winter Track, Spring Track, Cross Country MICHAEL O’CONNOR Happiness is: Vacation Misery is: School Suppressed desire: To graduate Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Glee Club RICHARD E. O’DONNELL Grant . . . serious - - - depend- able Happiness is: Acceptance to Maritime Academy Misery is: Not participating in more sports because of a bad knee Suppressed desire: Zoologist Ambitions: Good grades, A’s in college Basketball, Science Night, Science Club, Glee Club, Art- fest 78 • CLIFFORD OSBORNE Good looking . . . considerate . . . musical Happiness is Driving into Bos- ton and finding no traffic Misery is: Going to a ball game and the tickets are all sold Suppressed desire: To design a great office building Ambitions: College Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Golf, Artfest EILEEN O’TOOLE Marvelous hair . . . hippie . . . California Happiness is: Spending time with D.H. Misery is: O.D. Suppressed desire: To have a voice like Janis Joplin Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Glee Club, International Relations Club, Choralettes, Spring Concert, Office Aide LINDA PALLADINO Phil . . . hockey . . . Sept. 15 . . . attractive Happiness is: Being with Phil Misery is: Gym Suppressed desire: To have straight hair Ambitions: Teaching Future Teachers, Pep Club, Ka- leidoscope ’69 GEORGE PAPULIS The Greek . . . " fox” . . . sharp clothes . . . MIT Misery is: Girls who think they are Aphrodite Suppressed desire: To be every- where at one time Ambitions: College Basketball, Baseball, Carnival Ball, Football, French Club, Senior Patrol, Kaleidoscop e ’69, Varsity Scholar, Spartan Spokes- man, Science Club, Band, Spring Concert, Artfest ROXANNE PARTON " Rocky” . . . Nickie clothes . . . pretty Happiness is: Being with the gang Suppressed desire: To travel Ambitions: Airline Stewardess Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Glee Club, International Relations Club, Choralettes, Spring Concert JUDITH PAUL Wakefield . . . friend . . . acci- dents . . . beautiful Happiness is: Being at the Cape Suppressed desire: To learn how to shift an " automatic” car like Joan Ambitions: Airline Stewardess Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Future Teachers, Choralettes, Spring Concert, Office Aide, Guidance Aide, Senior Prom Comm. 79 DIANA PAULY Dependable . . " 76” . . . Eng- lish . . . riot Happiness is Center Barnstead, N.H. Misery is: Traffic jams Suppressed desire: To be a nurse in the Navy Ambitions: Nursing School Carnival Ball, Pep Club, Kalei- doscope ' 69, Glee Club, Inter- national Relations Club. DEBORAH PAYNE Cinema ... St. John’s thoughtful . . . congenial Happiness is: Getting my driv- er’s license!! Misery is: Getting through traffic jams in the corridors Suppressed desire: To be a suc- cess in life Ambitions: Business School Carnival Ball, Senior Play Comm.. Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Glee Club, Ensemble, Spartan Chorale, Spring Con- cert JANE PEOPLES Marblehead . . . Kris . . . Betsy . . . one of the " Mith” gang . . . talkative Happiness is: Being in Marble- head Misery is: Having to park a car in a small space Suppressed desire: To go to Germany Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Senior Play Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Future Teachers FRED PERKINS " Perky” . . . California pensive . . . amiable Happiness is : ' The Cape Misery is: Stoneham High Suppressed desire: To drop physics Ambitions: College Spring Track, Cross Country JOYCE PESCIONE Shy . . . chic . . . smile . . . tiny Happiness is: Being with peo- ple you like Misery is: Monday morning Ambitions: Business School Carnival Ball, Future Secre- taries, Pep Club, International Relations Club DAVID PITCHER Kathy . . . singer . . . guitar Happiness is: Doing things I like with people I like! Misery is: Girls with one word answers! Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Student Gym Leader, Creative Writing Club, Glee Club, Hockey, Spartan Chorale, In- teract Club 80 BERT PUGLIA NANCY POOLE Fran . . . Arlington " weasle” . . . lively Misery is Leaving White Horse Beach Ambitions-. Secretary Future Secretaries, Glee Club Manly . . . " Hugo Longacre " ... Billy’s 17th birthday party . . . drummer . . . Hampton Happiness is-. Hampton Beach and C.D. Misery is-. 114 Suppressed desire-. To be smart Ambitions-. To get out Carnival Ball, Football, Senior Play, Creative Writing Club, Kaleidoscope ' 69, Orchestra, Spring Concert GUY QUARTARONE Serious . . . reticent . . . pic- tures Ambitions: College French Club, Creative Writing Club ROBERT RADIGAN " Rat” . . . football . . . senior patrol Happiness is: Playing football Misery is: Hump Day Suppressed desire: Not to work Ambitions: College Basketball, Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Football, Spring Track, Senior Patrol, Future Teachers DEBORAH REID " Pixie” . . . Richie-cup busy Happiness is: Going to Lowell, N.H. Misery is: Being mistaken for a boy Suppressed desire: To have a good life Ambitions: Airlines Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club CAROL REYNOLDS Art ’round . . . basketball . . . softball . . . military academies Happiness is: Being with friends Misery is: Waiting Suppressed desire: To be on time Ambitions: To graduate from college Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, French Club, Junior Prom Comm., Student Gym Leader, Basketball, Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Latin Club, Spartan Spokesman, Future Teachers 81 JANET RICH Volleyball . . . " Mite panj; " . . . music happy . . . Westpar- ish Happiness is Bcin« with friends Misery is: Waiting Suppressed desire: To be the first female to attend L.C. Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Science Night, Kaleidoscope ’69, International Relations Club, Ensemble, Choralettes, Spartan Chorale, Spring Con- cert KATHERINE RICHMOND Parties . . . hockey . . . runner . . . V.W. . . . gorgeous hair Happiness is: The ocean Misery is: Being alone Suppressed desire : To fly Ambitions: College Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Dance Club, Girls Track CHRISTINE ROBBINS Sincere . . . " Ribbons” Ford . . . considerate Happiness is: Summer vacation Misery is: Reading poetry Ambitions: Airline hostess Pep Club STEPHEN J. ROBBINS Long . . . secretive . . . honest . . . bright Misery is: Being kept after on a rainy day until 5:00 Ambitions: Who knows? JOHN ROLFE Ambitious . . . reliable thinking . . . action Misery is: Long English classes Suppressed desire: To make a killing in the stock market Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Science Night, Glee Club, Spar- tan Chorale, Spring Concert, In- teract Club JANICE ROLLI Peppy . . . warm . . . always laughing . . . considerate Happiness is: Being with friends Misery is: Waiting for people Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Spartan Spokesman Glee Club, Future Teachers, Homeroom Rep. 82 JOHN ROLLI Hockey . . . golf . . . the Pits . . . looks Happiness is: Playing hockey in the States Misery is: Studies with nothing to do Ambitions: College Coed Volleyball, Senior Patrol, PTL Drive, Spartan Spokesman, Hockey, Golf STEPHANIE ROSE Majorette . . . " Steph” brown eyes . . . out with kids Happiness is: Being in the back Misery is: 3 studies in a row Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., St udent Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Glee Club, Majorettes STEPHEN ROTONDI Nixon . . . amiable . . . sophis- ticated . . . helpful Happiness is: Expressing my political views Misery is: Seeing Americans throwing down their country at home and abroad Suppressed desire: To go to Washington, D.C. Ambitions: College Drama Club, Science Night, Spartan Spokesman, Interact Club, Senior Play DAVE ROWEAN Good looking . . . hockey . . . action . . . eyes Misery is: Getting up Ambitions: College Science Night, Cross Country, Student Council, Senior Patrol, Hockey DONALD ROY " Skunk” . . . manager . . . can op ener . . . Chappy Happiness is: Tourney bound athletic teams Misery is: 4 studies on Friday Suppressed desire: To beat Melrose and Reading Ambitions: College Basketball, Football, Senior Pa- trol, Baseball CYNTHIA RUGGLES Richie . . . the " Circle” . . . Mac’s Happiness is: Being with Richie and at the beach Misery is: Brownies Suppressed desire: To live Dec. 28, 1966 over again Ambitions: Business School Coed Volley Ball, Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Kaleido- scope ’69, Glee Club 83 STEPHEN RUSSELL " Rosco” . . . short wave radio . . . representative Happiness is: Waking up and finding it’s Saturday Misery is: Finding your locker jammed shut Suppressed desire: To own Fort Knox Ambitions: Electronic Techni- cian making $300 a week Science Club, Homeroom Rep. STEPHEN RYAN Golf . . . squirrel . . . Bear Hill Happiness is: Playing golf Misery is: 3 studies in a row Suppressed desire: To win a championship Ambitions: College Coed Volleyball, French Club, Science Night, PTL Drive, Ka- leidoscope ’69, French Club, Spartan Spokesman, Golf ARNOLD SACCO " Cricket” . . . Celtics . . . Gil- lette Happiness is: Going to Boston Garden to participate in Tech Tourney Misery is: 3 studies in a row Suppressed desire: To beat Melrose and Reading Ambitions: College Basketball, Senior Patrol, Cross Country ARTHUR SACCO Ho-Jo’s . . . industrious good looks Happiness is: School lunches Suppressed desire: Traveling Ambitions: College Comment: I’ll never forget the weekend of the 20th Science Night KEVIN SALVAGE " Uncle?” . . . Lori . . . Alfie ‘Happiness is: Being number one Misery is: Being a loser Suppressed desire: To be per- fect Ambitions: College; to write a book SANDRA SALVO Parties . . . dark eyes poised . . . clothes Happiness is: A warm night Misery is: 15 people in a V.W. Suppressed desire: To sky dive Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., P ' TL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Honor Society, Varsi- ty Scholar, Spartan Spokesman, Glee Club, Guidance Aide 84 PAUL SAVELO Football . . . " Salvage” . . . Grant’s . . . smile Happiness is: Payday Misery is: Monday morning Suppressed desire: To Travel around the world Ambitions: School Student Gym Leader, Senior Pa- trol RONALD SAVELO Diane . . . artist . . . witty . . . sarcastic Happiness is: Diane Misery is: Curfews Suppressed desire: To own a vette with Diane in it Ambitions: An art career Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Football, Winter Track, Spring Track, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Senior Patrol, Boys Gymnastics, Artfest, Senior Prom Comm. KEVIN SCALLEY " Smiley” . . . cars . . . hand- some Happiness is: Weekends Misery is : Car accidents Suppressed desire: To be a mil- lionaire Ambitions: Engineer Football JANE SCARPA Majorette . . . Put . . . late? . . . attractive Happiness is: Living, loving and laughing Misery is: Venetian Blinds Suppressed desire: To be a port Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Drama Club, PTL Drive, Student Council, Future Teachers, Tennis, Ma- jorettes ANNE SCHIRALDI Easy going . . . responsible . . . willing to help Happiness is : Missing gym Misery is: Bookkeeping II class Suppressed desire: To be able to do Math Ambitions: Art school. Social Work Artfest PAUL SCHMIDT McCarthy . . . Bull . . . press . . . thinker Happiness is: Donovan Misery is: Crowds Suppressed desire: The perfect dream Ambitions: College Basketball, Creative Writing Club, Latin Club, Interact Club, Spartan Spokesman 85 SIDNEY SCHWEIGER WILLIAM SCHULTZ Vegas . . . " banal” . . . Beth . . . football Happiness is: Being me Misery is: Being anyone else Ambitions: College Football, Senior Patrol, PTL Drive, Student Council Ham . . . " Sudd” . . . jokes? . . . mechanical cars Happiness is: Playing the organ or piano Misery is: Homework and audi- torium study halls Suppressed desire: To beat Reading at Football Ambitions: College, Engineer- ing Career Comment: There should be more principals like Mr. Hoyt Science Club, Spring Concert, Homeroom Rep., Senior Play Comm. JOHN SCULLIN Laundry . . . Karen . . . fisher- man . . . pleasant Happiness is: My senior year Misery is: Running the mile Suppressed desire: To see the world Ambitions: Service Football, Senior Patrol ROBERT SECONDINI Hendrix . . . dancer . . . " Sec” . . . Baker Happiness is: Friday night Misery is: Samrday Suppressed desire: California Ambitions: College Baseball, Coed Volleyball, Football, Hockey BETH SEIBOLD Spanish forever . . . John Meyer . . . sarcastic Happiness is: Being involved Misery is: Venetian Blinds Suppressed desire: To help Ambitions: Teaching Carnival Ball, Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Spartan Spokesman, International Rela- tions Club, Fumre Teachers, Senior Prom Comm. JOHN E. SHAUGHNESSY " Sean” . . . singer . . . football Happiness is: Working and making friends Misery is: A rainy day Ambitions: To get a good job Carnival Ball, Football, Senior Patrol, Hockey, Spartan Chor- ale, Spring Concert, Artfest 86 KATHLEEN A. SHAUGHNESSY " Stump” . . . actress . . . " Mrs. Audubon” Happiness is: Understanding Misery is: Confusion Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Dance Comm., Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, Artfest, Choralettes, Spartan Spokesman, Spring Concert NANCY SHELDON Doug . . . planarian . . . " C’est toi” . . . majorette . . . perky Happiness is: Being in tbe back row Misery is: Venetian Blinds Suppressed desire: World Travel Ambitions: College Majorette, Girls Track, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Homecom- ing Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Field Hockey, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’ 69 , Spartan Spokesman, Dance Club, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Gymnastics Club, Coed Volleyball STEPHEN G. SHEPHERD Scientist . . . diligent . . . inter- esting . . . persistent Happiness is: Making someone you like happy Misery is: Calling someone and finding the line busy Suppressed desire: To play hockey Ambitions: Engineering Basketball WILLIAM SKULSKI Gymnast . . . Ho-Jo’s talkatiye Happiness is: Gym Misery is: 5th period study Suppressed desire: To graduate Ambitions: To become an engi- neer Student Gym Leader, Winter Track, Spring Track, Cross Country, Science Clulj, Boys Gymnastics DAVID SMITH Football . . . king . . . hand- some . . . " Walter Smitty” Happiness is: Free time; Aug. 24 Misery is: One life, another dream Suppressed desire: To wander and write Ambitions: Complete my sup- pressed desire Basketball, Football, Senior Pa- trol, Traffic Squad, Homeroom Rep. GAIL SMITH Chevy ... F.R. ... laugh much? Happiness is: Being with the M.G. Misery is: Monday mornings Suppressed desire: Ski bum- ming Ambitions: Teaching Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club. Science Night, PTL Drive, Keleido- scope ’69 87 LAUREN SMITH Gilchrist’s . . . Congenial . . . Enjoyable Happiness is Being in Califor- nia Misery is Venetian Blinds Suppressed desire: To travel around the world Ambition: College Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Spartan Spokesman, Kaleido- scope ’69, Glee Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, Senior Prom Comm., Girls Track. MICHAEL SOLAZZO Annette ... ’60 Chevy . . . cut-up grin Happiness is: Receiving an ed- ucation and enjoying it Misery is: When the bell rings at the end of my art class Suppressed desire: To draw and paint all day Ambitions: To become an art teacher Football, PTL Drive DONNA SPATOLA " Lieutenant” . . . John Melrose, pretty . . . habits Happiness is: Being with that certain someone; Jan 13 Misery is: Forgetting my baton for a game Suppressed desire: To be an English teacher Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Class Vice Pres- ident, Coed Volleyball, Home- coming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Dance Club, Future Teachers Club, Li- brary Aide, Majorette Lieu- tenant, Homeroom Rep., Office Aide, Guidance Aide DARLENE STEGALL Artie . . . stylish . . . hot ticket . . . " rulers” Happiness is: Being with Artie Misery is: Being with Artie Suppressed desire: To attend Art School Ambitions: Airlines and Artie Dance Comm., Future Secre- taries, Pep Club, Student Coun- cil, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Ensemble, Spring Concert, Homeroom Rep., Artfest RICHARD STEVENSON Chevy . . . friend . . . decided Happiness is: Participating in spring track Misery is: Flunking trig. Suppressed desire: To drive my own car when I want Ambitions: To be an architect Spring Track JANE STIMPSON Arnold . . . Espies . . . T.P. . . . Glen Happiness is: Being on the GO Misery is: An unwanted leemre Suppressed desire: Travel Ambitions: Business school Drama Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Pep Club 88 R ICHARD STOCKBRIDGE Debbie . . . hot ticket . . . wise guy . . . nice looking Happiness is: Being with Deb- bie Misery is: Going through plate glass windows Suppressed desire: To rule the world Ambitions: God only knows! Hockey, Football WILLIAM STONEY Star . . . Billy . . . aaion Happiness is: A guidance pass during your hardest class Misery is: The recitation of the reading list Suppressed desire: To burn all late slips Ambitions: College THOMAS STOREY Affable . . . Drummer . . . Cal- ifornia Happiness is: Miss Norelli’s class Misery is: Rainy days Suppressed desire: To be an aeronautical engineer Ambitions: Teacher of special education Carnival Ball, Band, Orchestra, Spring Concert DEBORAH SUBZDA Soul . . . cheerleader Maine . . . spirit . . . politi- cian? Happiness is: Being with your friends Misery is: Indecision Suppressed desire: Complete Independence Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Cheerleader, Dance Club, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Future Teachers Club, Ensemble, Spartan Chor- ale, Spring Concert JEAN SULLIVAN Camp . . . shorthand . . . viva- cious . . . freckles Happiness is: Visiting a college for boys Misery is : Too many freckles Suppressed desire: Indepen- dence Ambitions: Business school Carnival Ball, Future Secretaries Club, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, En- semble, Spring Concert JOYCE SULLIVAN Dunkin’ Doughnuts . . . gulli- ble . . . Danny Happiness is: An honest friend Misery is: Living in a small town Suppressed desire: To live in Europe Ambitions: College PTL Drive, Pep Club, Glee Club, International Relations Club 89 TIMOTHY SULLIVAN CAROL SUMNER Universal Mother . . . " Jan " . . . Joy . . . senior review Happiness is: Your own apart- ment Misery is: In the shower durin a bomb scare Suppressed desire: Graduation Ambitions: College Science Night, Artfest Eyes . . . Laughing . . . Race Happiness is: Summer Misery is: Waiting Suppressed desire: To own a VW Ambitions: College Coed Volleyball, Senior Tea Comm., Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69, International Rela- tions Club, Future Teachers Club PETER SURETTE Sly . . . anything for a laugh . . . " THE CAR " Happiness is: A warm gun Misery is: Smashing up your car Suppressed desire: To own a motorcycle Ambitions: To be a successful businessman L. THOMAS SWED " Thumb” . . . Woburn " tiny” . . . laundry Happiness is: Being tallei than someone Misery is: U.S. History Suppressed desire: To get taller Ambitions: College Carnival Ball, Science Night, Science Club, Artfest, Rocket Club, Interact Club SUSAN SWEENEY Marblehead . . . attractive . . . easy going Happiness is: Graduating Misery is: A seventh period class Suppressed desire: To talk to Danny Ambitions: College Drama Club, International Relations Club, Artfest MARIA TERNULLO Nice clothes . . . Lane’s . . . typing Happiness is: When everything is going right Misery is: Working on week- ends Suppressed desire: More liberal dress code Ambitions: Junior College Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Dance Comm., Creative Wrip ing Club, Field Hockey, PTL Drive, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesma n, Glee Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, Choralet- tes. Spring Concert, Office Aide, Artfest 90 LINDA THOMPSON Business . . . diligent Happiness is Graduation Day Misery is Going to gym class Suppressed desire-. To travel Ambitions-. To be a secretary Dance Comm., Future Secre- taries, Pep Club, International Relations Club DOUGLAS THORLEY " Nancy " . . . " Gooba” " Princ” . . . musical . . . " c ' est moi” Happiness is: Nancy Misery is: Reading for Pleasure Report Suppressed desire: Money Ambitions: College, Music Carnival Ball, Coed Volley- ball, Drama Club, Football, Spring Track, Senior Patrol, Science Night, PTL Drive, Graduation Committee, Glee Club, Band, Spartan Chorale, Spring Concert, Homeroom Rep., Artfest, All District Chorus, All State Chorus, Dance Band ELIZABETH TIMPERLEY " Betty” . . . Jacky . . . Reading Happiness is: Salisbury Beach Misery is: B Block, Junior year Suppressed desire: Privileges for senior year Ambitions: Work, Hairdressing Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Senior Play Com- mittee, Junior Prom Committee, Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Committee, Interna- tional Relations Club, Library Aide, Spring Concert MARK TODISCO Dottie . . . artist . . . cars . . . Grand Prix Suppressed desire: To get my car fixed Ambitions: Art School Basketball, Baseball, Golf STEPHEN J. TODISCO Cars . . . sharp dresser . . . Bonnie Happiness is: Weekends ' Misery is: Mr. Wilde’s gym class Suppressed desire: Raquel Welch Ambitions: College NANCY TORTORICI " Circle” . . . Reading " September 2” Happiness is: Raymond, N.H. — ' 68 weekend house shows Misery is: Running out of gas on Rt. 1 in Susan’s car Suppressed desire: To be nor- mal! Ambitions: College Future Teachers, Coed Volley- ball, Homecoming Comm., Sen- ior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Science Night, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleido- scope ’69, Glee Club, Interna- tional Relations Club ■ROScn 91 ANNE TRACY October 9, 1968 . . . outgoing . . . extremely helpful Happiness is Being with Jack and the kids Misery is: Seeing the " heat’’ everywhere you go Suppressed desire: To sleep in the graveyard Ambitions: Nursing Future Nurses MARGARET TROTTA Kenny . . . November 25 ... great Happiness is: Being with Ken Misery is: Fighting and waiting Suppressed desire: A trip to Hawaii Ambitions: Secretary or office work Glee Club, International Rela- tions Club, Future Teachers, Spring Concert, Carnival Ball, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69 JAMES W. TROUP Mr, Wadsworth ... " F Troop” . . . austere . . . Super-chicken Happiness is: 1 1-2 hour fire drill Misery is: School lunches Ambitions: Engineering Drama Club, Senior Play, Science Night STEPHEN TROVATO Teachers’ plague . . . laugh and i a half . . . witty . . . P.R. Happiness is: Green Street Gang and Bud Misery is: Getting up for school Suppressed desire: Go back to Puerto Rico Ambitions: Construction Engi- neering PTL Drive, Office Aide DALE TRUESDALE Cheerleader . . . pleasant and friendly to everyone . . . attrac- tive . . . class spirited Happiness is: Life Misery is: Being absent-minded Suppressed desire: To say what I feel Ambitions: College Future Teachers, Spring Con- cert, Office Aide, Carnival Ball Comm., Coed Volleyball, Drama Clu b, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Student Gym Leader, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleido- scope ’69, Student Council, Cheerleader, Class President, Class Social Chairman, Dance Club, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Graduation Usher DENISE TUMINELLI Clothes . . . always laughing . . . fun-loving Happiness is: Parties, football games, and the beach Misery is: Rainy days Suppressed desire: To sail around the world Ambitions: College and Social work Ensemble, Choralettes, Spring Concert, Drama Club, Home- coming Comm., Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Field Hockey, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Glee Club 92 DIANE TURNER J.K. . . . August 21, 1968 . . . involved Happiness is : Weekends Ambitions: Airline stewardess Office Aide, Drama Club, Fu- ture Secretaries, Pep Club, In- ternational Relations Club JOHN TURNER Janet . . . mustang . . . J.T. . . . carefree Happiness is: Anything but school Misery is: Waking up for school Suppressed desire: President of the U.S. Ambitions: Airforce mechanic LINDA VAUGHAN Majorette . . . August 17 ... lively . . . underclassmen Happiness is: Being warm, laughing, and having fun Misery is: Worrying Suppressed desire: To say the right thing at the right time instead of thinkine later, " I should have said ...” Ambitions: College, to succeed Arlington Exchange Concert, Artfest, Spring Concert, Spartan Chorale, Choralettes, Ensemble, Majorette, Carnival Ball, Science Night, Softball, PTL Drive, Senior Tea Comm., Ka- leidoscope ’69, Dance Club LINDA VELARDOCCHIA Tommy . . . September 9, 1966 . . . striking . . . track meets Happiness is: Being with Tommy Misery is: Being four hundred miles apart Suppressed desire: To be a dress designer or professional artist Ambitions: College; Art Teacher Guidance Aide, Artfest, Carni- val Ball, Drama Club, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Dance Club SANDRA VONA " Larry” . . . March 17, 1967 . . . full of zip . . . pretty Happiness is: Being with Larry Misery is: Time and waiting Suppressed desire: To be suc- cessful Comments: I’ll never forget — Do I mind what? Homeroom Rep., Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Softball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleidoscope ’69, Spartan Spokesman, Stu- dent Council, Glee Club ANN WALCZAK Splits . . . parties . . . out of town . . . sophisticated Happiness is: Being free Misery is: Dodging the Dean Suppressed desire: To be a suc- cess Ambitions: College Homeroom Rep. Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play, Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Kaleidoscope ’69. Honor Society, Varsity Scholar, Spartan Spokesman, Dance Club, Glee Club 93 DAVID WALKER Pam . . . parties . . . captain . . . " Cryin time asain” . . . •■69” . . . Chet Happiness is: A t ood hard laugh Misery is: The kind of things you don’t want to hear Suppressed desire: Winning in everything I do Ambitions: Junior College Spartan Chorale, Basketball, Coed Volleyball, Football, Stu- dent Gym Leader, Spring Track, Senior Patrol JOHN V. WALSH ' Wally” . . . hot ticket . . . plague Happiness is: My brother’s par- ties Misery is: Income tax returns Suppressed desire: Stonehem High Principal Ambitions: Car mechanic Artfest, Football BETSY WANDLESS Friendly . . . always smiling . . . lots of fun Happiness is: The Dean in a mini skirt Misery is: A girls room without ashtrays Ambitions: Secretarial School Office Aide, Future Secretaries, Pep Club, International Rela- tions Club ROBERT WEBBER Bobby . . . witty . . . lots of spirit . . . handsome Happiness is: Gettin’ outa de- tention Misery is: Bein’ sent to Mr. Hoyt Ambitions: MIT Comment: Pet peeve is Mr. Reed Boys Gymnastics, Golf, Artfest, Coed Volleyball, French Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Stu- dent Gym Leader, Winter Track, Science Night, PTL Drive JACQUELINE WELLS Jokes . . . giggles Brighams Happiness is: Vacations Misery is: Getting up for school Suppressed desire: To be an honor student Ambitions: College Office Aide, Library Aide, Ka- leidoscope ’69, Glee Club THOMAS WESOLOWSKI " Debbie” . . . easy going . . • bats Happiness is: At Cranes with Debbie or skiing Misery is: Working at Star Suppressed desire: Racing a car or motorcycle Ambitions: Engineering col- lege, to get a motorcycle Basketball 94 CHARLENE WETHERBEE Frank . . . March 29, 1965 ■ ■ • Charlie . . . petite Happiness is: Frank Misery is School Suppressed desire: To lose baby fat! Ambitions-. Hairdressing School, Pep Club NANCY WHITLEY Europe . . . giggles . . . sincere . . . intelligent Happiness is: Spending the weekend with friends Misery is: College applications Suppressed desire: Munich in 72 Ambitions: Physical therapist Drama Festival Play Comm., Chorus, Spring Concert, Fumre Nurses, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Science Night, Pep Club, Kalei- doscope ’69. Spartan Spokes- man, Glee Club, International Relations Club NANCY A. WHITTEN Captain . . . iwpular smiling . . . vivacious Happiness is: Security Misery is: Not being able to see Suppressed desire: To be care- free Ambitions: College Majorette Captain, Guidance Aide, Carnival Ball, Homecom- ing Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., Junior Prom Comm., Dance Comm., Girls Basketball, PTL Drive, Pep Club, Kaleido- scope ’69 JANE WILLET Tommy . . . carefree . • • origi- nal . . . mod clothes Happiness is: Just following the highway of life the best way you can especially 128 South Misery is: Having a kink in your big toe Suppressed desire: To sleep on Louie’s roof Ambitions: Art School Artfest, Carnival Ball, Drama Club, Homecoming Day Comm., Senior Play Comm., PTL Drive, Kaleidoscope ’69, Dance Club, International Rela- tions Club MARY WILLIAMS Action bound . . . nice hair . . . industrious Happiness is: Lynn’s parties Misery is: Getting up early for school Suppressed desire: To pilot a plane Ambitions: College, Teaching Tennis Manager, Future Teach- ers, Dance Comm., PTL Drive, Pep Club, International Rela- tions Club. STEPHEN WOOD " Pecker” . . . school spirit . . . leader . . . sharp clothes . . . famous Happiness is: Finding some ex- tra money in your pocket Misery is: Wearing a suede coat in the rain Suppressed desire: To be a " Hell’s Angel” Class Social Chairman, Senior Patrol, Carnival Ball, Coed Vol- leyball, Spring Track, Science Night, Kaleidoscope ’69, Science Club 95 LAURENCE YOUNG GERRY YOUNG Attends most parties . . . ready to attack . . . co-captain . . . b(X)n tunes Happiness is: Scoffing out Mr. Rowell Misery is: Losing to Reading Suppressed desire: To have big greasy wings Ambitions: College or Principal at SHS Basketball, Baseball, Carnival Ball, Class Treasurer, Coed Vol- leyball, Student Gym Leader, Senior Patrol, Kaleidoscope ’69 Cross Country, Graduation Usher " Lorenzo " . . . good-natured . . . reserved Happiness is: Peace and quiet Misery is: Walking into a room and finding the same teacher you had last year Suppressed desire: To be a hip- pie Ambitions: To be an electrical engineer Carnival Ball, Senior Play Comm., Senior Patrol, Science Night, Kaleidoscope ’69 MICHAEL A. ZAITCHIK " Liberace? " . . . Pat Paulsen . . . lover of life . . . composer Happiness is: Playing the piano and singing Peter, Paul and Mary Misery is: Sprained fingers Suppressed desire: Concert pi- anist; folk singer Ambitions: College, Performer Dance Band, Spring Concert, Band, Glee Club, Carnival Ball DEBRA ZDANOWICZ Wrong studio? . . . refined . . . congenial Happiness is: Eating supper on the Common Misery is: Running the " 600” Suppressed desire: To go on a Safari in Africa Ambitions: College, Teacher Spartan Chorale, Ensemble, Fu- ture Teachers, Dance Club, Car- nival Ball, Drama Club, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club, Senior Tea Comm., Varsity Scholar JOHN S. ZUREK Hockey . . . captain . . . golf . . . Jackie . . . hot ticket . . . kind Happiness is: Simply being happy when the time calls for it Misery is: When a friend in Viemam has been wounded or killed fighting for our country Suppressed desire: To become involved in the war; to find out what kind of person I really am Ambitions: Psychologist Golf Captain, Hockey Captain, Baseball, Cross Country 96 CAMERA SHY DAVID ABBOTT " Limey” . . . soccer . . . elec- tronics . . . reserved Happiness is: Getting a soccer team for Stoneham Misery is: Knowing that Seth’s the Devil Ambitions: College EDWARD CAHILL Eddie . . .smokers cough? . . . ambling . . . games Happiness is: Getting a high school diploma Misery is: Mr. Wilde being ab- sent Suppressed desire: To have a cigarette Ambitions: College, Language School Office Aid SAMUEL CHUCRI " Sam” . . . soccer . . . band . . . Lebanon . . . sophisticated Happiness is: Something which springs from the heart Misery Is: Something which happens undesirably Suppressed Desire: To become as loyal as possible Basketball, Baseball, Class Treas- urer, Coed Volleyball, Drama Club, Football, Spartan Spokes- man, Creative Writing Club, Softball, Spartan Spokesman, Science Club, Student Council, Boys Gymnastics, Band, Orches- tra MARYEMILY CONNORS " Bee” . . . Lynnfield . . . " I’m groovin’ ” Happiness is: The disappearing man reappearing Misery is: Methuselah with one lugnut and frost-bitten toes Suppressed desire: To tell the man what I think about him Ambitions: College Carnival Ball Participant, Dra- ma Club, Senior Play, Kaleido- scope ’69 MARILYN CRONIN Sweet . . . pretty eyes . . . poised Happiness is: A warm puppy Misery is: Gym make-up Suppressed desire: To jam all the typewriters in the school Ambitions: Nursing school Future Nurses, P.T.L. Drive, Pep Club LAWRENCE CROSS Creative . . . sensitive . . . Bos- ton ... on his own Basketball, Baseball, Class Vice President, Cross Country CLIFFORD FALES Malden .... cheerleaders . . . handsome SHARON FILLMORE Tommy . . . Winchester . . . horses Happiness is: Being the center of attention in male company Misery is: Having too much work and not enough time Suppressed desire: To be a hard worker and to enjoy the fruits of life Ambitions: Hairdresser and housewife Library Aide, Basketball, Future Secretaries DANIEL FINNEGAN Festive . . . congenial . . . hard- working EDWARD IVERS Drummer . . . quiet . . . new in town Spring Track WAYNE KEARNEY Stock car races . . . bikie . . . handsome Happiness is: When school is through Misery is: Getting out of bed for school Ambitions: Trade school EDWARD McGOWEN " Eddie” . . . witty . . . " the place to go” . . . lunch Happiness is: Bomb Scares Misery is: Driving a Rambler Suppressed desire: To go insane Ambitions: More school JOHN MURPHY Tired much? . . . with a " k” . . . nurse’s office Happiness is: Burning off Misery is: The barber Suppressed desire: Mini-Mist Ambitions: Oceanography school Comments: It was a nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there LARRY STEEVES " Hippie” . . . " cool man” . . . hairy . . . silent Happiness is: Getting a good mark on a test for once Ambitions: Navy Cross Country DANIEL SWEENEY Artist . . . Anne . . . still here Happiness is: The Phantom Bomb Crisis Suppressed desire:- To go com- pletely crazy Ambitions: Art School Carnival Ball, Coed Volleyball, Football, Science Nigbt, PTL Drive, Spartan Spokesman, Boys’ Gymnastics 97 98 100 101 All-Scholastic Dan Barbo gains a few of his 591 yards with help from Ted Meroski (83) and George Sullivan (62). Football The Stoneham Spartans compiled a 6-2-1 record this year as a result of the quarterbacking of Dave McDowell and the great running ability of Dan Barbo, Dave Smith, Dave Walker, Bill Donahue and Paul McDowell. SCORES Stoneham 0 Stoneham 14 Stoneham 22 Stoneham 16 Stoneham 19 Stoneham 20 Stoneham 6 Stoneham 37 Stoneham 0 Melrose 44 Winchester 20 Lexington 16 Cambridge Latin 8 Concord 0 Newburyport 8 Wakefield 0 Belmont 14 Reading 0 104 Row 1: Dave Smith, Dan Barbo, Paul Fitzgerald, Paul Zacku- lar, Tom Bamberg, George Sullivan, Captain Dave Walker, Ed Geary, Joe Guarino, Don Morris, Ted Meroski, Bill Donahue Dave McDowell Row 2: Doug Carlson, Russ Stokes, Pete Kelly, Dan Symes, Jim Parrel, Rich Richmond, Mark Daly, Charlie Sheridan, Bob Lewis, Paul Fitzpatrick, Bill Shultz, Bob Radigan, John Mudge, Paul McDowell Row 3: John Nickerson, Steve Daigle, Ken Jenkins, Fred Brady, Joe Caprio, Mark Daniels, Neil Lusas, Anthony Gange, Mark West, Bob Murphy, Paul Savelo, John Shaughnessy, Ken McKenzie, Paul Murphy, Nick Botticelli, Mark O’Donnell, Richard Fields, Brian Dobie, Mike Groh. Jack Angelosanto, Peter Fisher and Manager Don Ro» j The OFFENSIVE LINE, led by seniors Meroski, Morris, and Eldridge, supplied the Spartan backs with large holes all season. Steve Eldridge (82) and John Nickerson (84) close in on a Belmont runner. 105 Kneeling: Carol Bourque, Debbie Subzda, Susan Jenkins, Gail Monteforte Standing: Corrine Adams, Susan Michaud, Dale Truesdale, and Judy Boyle. Cheerleaders Captains: Susan Michaud and Susan Jenkins. 106 Majorettes Kneeling: Lieutenants Laurel Denison and Donna Spatola and Captain Nancy Whitten Standing: Patty Bruning, Linda Vaughan, Barbara Belcher, MaryEllen Flynn, Nancy Sheldon, Patti Ryan, Marlene Corkum, Joan Downing, Stephanie Rose, Jane Scarpa, Cindy Jackson, and Donna Merlino. Captain Nancy Whitten 107 Row 1: Joe Vaughn, Dan Connolly, Bob Call, Alan Clarke, Tom Feeley, Ken Bambery, Gerry Young, Bob Dillon, Paul Wiren, Ralph Melkonian, Captain Don Dawson, and Tom Hayes Row 2: A1 Sloss, Doug Heuman, John Caton, Arnie Sacco, Bill Scarpa, and Steve Carroll Row 3: Coach Daley, Coach Francis, Howie Blackwell, Joe Bates, Dave Russell, Hugh Boyd, Steve Nims, Ed Dolan, Dave Geragosian, George Hoffman, Neil DeTeso, and Tom Anderson. Cross Countr y RECORD Stoneham 15 Wakefield 50 Stoneham 15 Reading 46 Stoneham 47 Lexington 15 Stoneham 33 Winchester 22 Stoneham . 25 Belmont 36 Stoneham 27 Melrose 28 Stoneham 39 Concord 17 Stoneham was fifth in Division C State Meet. the league meet and fifth in the Captain Don Dawson Varsity Seated: Evelyn Mitchell, Susan Jenkins, Lois Coggins, Dale Truesdale, Janice Houghton, Rosie DeVita, Debbie Almquist, Gail Monteforte, Thene Mur- phy, Jeannie Margarita, Captain Jeanne Duonolo Standing: Diane Haslam, Nancy Greenquist, Chris Petruzzi, Susan Michaud, and Coach Eastwood. Junior Varsity, Seated: Ann Romano, Chris Cor- kum, Carol Bourque, Linda Garafano, Anne Hamilton, Diane LeBlanc, Jane Forrest, Susan Smith, Kathy St. George, Nan- cy Dasho, Linda Faraci Standing: Marie Hanlon, Patty Armato, Barbara Russell, Denise Broad- bent, Donna Mitchell, Marilyn Peck, Nancy Du- onolo, Joanne Paraskevas, Annette Theroux, Lynn Phelan, Holly Almquist, Judy Boyle, Carol Knowl- ton, and Coach Kendricks. 109 Row 1: Arnie Sacco, Bob Gail, Paul McDowell, Dave Walker, Dave Smith, Gerry Young. Row 2: John Boyd, Rich Richmond, Paul Zacular, Steve Carroll, Fred Anderson, Dan Barbo, Dave McDowell, Coach Henry McCarthy. Basketball Coach Henry McCarthy Captain Dan Barbo no RECORD Stoneham 59 Stoneham 63 Stoneham 57 Stoneham 49 Stoneham 69 Stoneham 69 Stoneham 42 Stoneham 71 Stoneham 54 Stoneham 54 Stoneham 55 Stoneham 61 Stoneham 59 Stoneham 52 Stoneham , 71 Stoneham 72 Stoneham 83 Chelsea 54 Beverly 52 Wakefield 55 Concord 51 Belmont 76 Winchester 70 Lexington 74 Reading . , 77 Melrose 62 Wakefield 51 Concord 50 Belmont 64 Winchester 72 Lexington 64 Reading 72 Melrose 82 Saugus 84 Dan Barbo and Steve Carroll Arnie Sacco, Dave Walker, and Dan Barbo 111 Row 1: Gene Kee, John Jamieson, Don Healy, Mike Asci, John Rolli, Dave Rowean, Co-Captain; Jack Zurek, Mike O’Toole. Row 2: John Meisner, Tom Anderson, Loren Hunter, Bob Dillon, Steve Vatcher, Co-Captain Bill Meisner. Row 3’ A1 Sloss, Bo Bondi, Ed Dolan, Dan Symes, Charlie Sher- idan. Hockey Co-Captain Bill Meisner (4) and Dave Rowean (6) 112 Co-captain Jack Zurek ( 7 ) , Mike Geragosian ( 1 ) , Dave Rowean (6), and John Rolli (5) RECORD Stoneham 10 Woburn 1 Stoneham 1 Reading 0 Stoneham 5 Wakefield 1 Stoneham 4 Belmont 3 Stoneham 6 Watertown . 1 Stoneham 5 Melrose 8 Stoneham 2 Winchester 1 Stoneham 6 Concord 1 Stoneham 5 Lexington 2 Stoneham 3 Reading 0 Stoneham 3 Auburn 3 Stoneham 2 Wakefield 3 Stoneham 1 Belmont 3 Stoneham 6 Watertown 1 Stoneham 7 Winchester ... . 3 Stoneham 3 Exeter .. 5 Stoneham 3 Melrose 5 Stoneham 4 Concord 4 STATE TOURNAMENT Stoneham 2 Wayland (ot) . . 1 Stoneham . 2 Dedham (ot) . 3 Jack Zurek (7) and John Rolli (5) 113 RECORD Stoneham 53 Reading 33 Stoneham . . . 37 Watertown 49 Stoneham 51 Concord 35 Stoneham 471 2 Winchester 381 2 Stoneham 22 Wakefield 64 Stoneham 28 Woburn 58 Stoneham 16 Melrose 70 Stoneham 161 2 Lexington 69 Vi Stoneham 44 Belmont 42 Co-Captain Paul Fitzgerald Winter Track Row 1: Tom Mayo, Don Dawson, Tom Eicher, Allan Clarke, Co-captains Paul Fitzgerald and Tom Feeley, Tom Hayes, Phil Jones, Richard McCarthy. Row 2: Richard Deyak, Mark Quigley, Gary Hook Row 3: Coach Rocher, Richard Cody, Joe Bates, Jack Angelosanto, David Simpson, Tom Angelo- santo, Kevin Brasile, Matthew Curran, Coach McGuire Row 4: Steve Hosier, Dan Connolly, Leo Dooling, Paul Brissette, Doug Heuman, John Stone, Robert O’Neil, and Robert Murphy. 114 Girls ' Basketball Kneeling: Elaine Hicks, Sandy Vona, Co-captains Thene Murphy and Carla Johnson, Kathy Smith, and Diane LeBlanc Standing: Coach Sally Randall, Jeanne Duonolo, Denise Broadbent, Nancy Greenquist, Carol Reynolds, Joyce DeAngelis, Chris Corkum, Ruth Butt, and Dale Haywood. Led by Co-captains Carla Johnson and Thene Murphy, with the help of sharpshooters Carol Reynolds, Jeanne Duonolo and Diane LeBlanc, the Girl’s Basketball team had a fantastic season. They ended with the best record since the team started, eight wins and two losses. 115 116 118 119 121 Kaleidoscope ' 69 Editorial Staff: Ron Ezekian, John Murray, Doug Heuman, Susan Michaud, Thene Murphy, Alice Benedict, Susan Boehm, Terry Breitbord, Suzanne Hosier, Susan Mahoney, Dale Truesdale. Literary Staff Photography Staff; J. Bartolucci, Susan Ma- honey, Phyllis Maguire, George Papulis. Advisor Miss Ellen Tabb Typing Staff Advisor Mrs. Jayne O’Connor 125 spartan Spokesman Editorial Staff: Sandra Salvo; Ann Walczak; Randall Gromct- stein; George Papulis; Douglas Heuman, Co-editor; Susan Boehm; Paul Schmidt; Amy Klainer, Co-editor; Terry Breitbord; Danny Goshtigian; Elaine Mroz; Rose- mary Bennett; Mary Forni. Spartan Spokesman spartan Spokesman Staff 126 Susan Michaud and Thene Murphy Girls ' and Boys ' State Under the sponsorship of the American Legion and Auxiliary, a mini- ature state goverment is operated for a week in June by high school students through participation at Boys’ and Girls’ State. John Murray, Mike McCarthy, Doug Heuman, Ron Ezekian. Missing: Steve Eldridge and John Boyd United Nations Representatives Ron Ezekian, Randall Grometstein, Ellen Anderson, Susan Boehm Deborah Subzda was elected by her fellow students to represent S.H.S. at the State House on Student Gov- ernment Day. Student Government Day 127 Student Council Seated: P. Campbell; A. Theroux; A. Carroll; E. Ternullo; P. Armato; M. Hanlon; G. Monteforte, Secretary; J. Forrest, President; J. Mucci, Vice President; D. Forrest; D. Fortunato; F. Perrone; J. McClory; E. Balboni; L. Marsh. Standing: J. McSweeney; J. Murray; K. Smith, Treasurer; T. Murp hy; J. Houghton; A. nedict; W. Schultx; J. Boyle; Advisor: Mr. Campagna. Math Team S. Hosier; S. Boehm; D. Simpson; R. Rudman; D. Heuman; M. Peck; R. Grometstein; R. Ezekian; F. Perrone; Advisor: Mr. Jordan. 128 Senior Honor Patrol This undetermined number of alert, handsome, brave, chivalrous, and trustworthy young men of the Senior Honor Patrol see it as their duty to protect the struggling masses of S.H.S. smdents from the temptation and dangers thrust upon them. Traffic Squad K. Smith, P. Massa, B. Wellington, M. Tighe, J. Peoples, P. Colburn, J. Doherty, S. Fossey, B. Belcher, J. Donegan, A. Theroux, J. Boyle, K. Naethe, J. Macchia. Missing; C. Adams, C. Hughes, L. Wengen. 1 i 1 1 M 1 fn 129 Interact Row 1: A. Marino; T. Swed; Advisor: Mr. Rowell; D. Pitcher; N. Lucas. Row 2: D. Abbott; J. Rolfe; D. Barrett; P. Wiren. Row 3: R. Fields; S. Rotondi; R. Fitzpatrick. Row 4: W. Freeman; R. Heinlein. Row 5: B. Callahan; D. Conley; A. Sloss. Girls ' International Relations Row 1: Senior Members: B. Wandless; Advisor: Mrs. Healey; J. Bourke; J. Dolan; J. Debruin; C. Masotta; D. LeBlanc; D. Pauly; E. Timperly; R. Parton. Row 2: E. Herrick; J. Willett; P. Di Do- nato; N. Whitley; R. Marshall; D. Flanders; C. Emery; C. Carroll; D. Turner. Row 3: C. Burns; P. Gilligan; C. Sumner; D. Subzda; L. Smith; K. Devereaux; D. Reed; C. Johnson; T. Breitbord. 130 A score and more inquiring Science Club members, under the direction of their advisor Mr. Lougee, hopes someday to unearth the next element on the periodic table. Seated are officers J. Donegan, Vice-president; P. Wiren, President; C. Petruzzi, Secretary. Row 1; S. Russell; P. Casey; R. Heinlein. Row 2; F. Johansen; K. Withrow; F. Valenti; B. Williams; N. Gussman; P. Wiren; A. Marino; W. Cerretani. Row 3 " B. Callahan; D. Abbott. Advisor: Mr. Moran 131 Row 1: Mrs. Gilda Wipperman, Director; C. Maselli; M. Costello; L. Basha; D. Payne; A. Fitapatrick; L. Campbell; L. Vaughan; A. Benedict; S. Lang; L. Bomba; P. Lewis; D. Pitcher; R. Haggerty. Row 2: D. Subgda; D. Zdanowicz; M. Mullett; K. Sullivan; M. Elerin; M. Danca; S. Michaud; J. Marsh; P. Fitzgerald; R. Fields; P. Lang; M. Katz. Row 3: R. Daigle; J. Rich; J. Vasconcellos; P. Vallarelli; R. Bennett; P. Curtin; J. Macchia; E. Mroz; P. Zackular; D. Thorley; V- Dellisola; J. Steeves. Row 4: S. Avedikian. J. Duonolo; M. Forni; D. Belcher; G. Contestable; D. DiPrisco; J. Mudge; R. Heinlein; B. Keimach; J. Rolfe; S. Christie. Row 5: L. LeFave; K. Timmerman; A. Theroux; B. Wellington; J. Shaughnersy; R. Cody; R. Morrill; N. Bofticelli; J. Nazarian. Girls ' Ensemble Row 1: S. Avedikian; R. Bennett, S. Cutts; J. Balcom; C. Maselli; M. Cerasuolo; K. Sullivan; R. Kelleher; M. Costello; A. Theroux; Mrs. Gilda Wipperman, Director. Row 2: J. Duonolo; M. Forni; J. Macchia; C. Smith; M. Corkum; K. Shaughnessy; L. Vaughn; S. Michaud; D. Gordon. Row 3: R. Daigle; M. Danca; N. Whitley; D. DiPrisco; J. Forrest; J. Marsh; C. Petruzzi; B. Wellington; K. Timmerman; B. Belcher. Row 4: J. McSweeney; L. Bacon; M. Day; K. Smith; M. Rush; M. Sweet; L. Campbell; A. Fitzpatrick. 132 All State Chorus Director, Mr. Lazaron. Seated; M. O ' Toole; J. Picano. Row 1: R. Card; D. Crocker; M. Wesolowski; D. Cornwell; J. LeFave; C. Polk; D. Pow- ers; M. Fields. Row 2: A. Ottariano; C. Davis; K. Harrison; J. Denehy; P. Beaton; N. Smith; A. Romano. Robert Haggerty was honored by selection for both the All-District Chorus and the All-State Chorus. c h 0 r a 1 e t t e s Boys ' Glee Club Row 1: M. Katz; V. Dellisola; S. Lang; R. O’Neil; R. Cody; D. Pitcher; P. Fitzgerald; P. Mc- Dowell; D. Russell. Row 2: D. McDowell; B. Lecesse; K. Bam- bery; P. Dechert; N. Botticelli; J. Mudge; R. Fields; S. Need- ham; S. Christie. Row 3: J. Moores; D. Fix. 133 r c h e s t r a Row 1: M. Peck; P. Stone; R. Mel- konian; R. Junker; K. Withrow. Row 2: L, Giuggio; L. Tracey; M. Breitbord. Row 3: D. Grasso; B. Young; V. Marrone; D. Bianchi; T. Puglia; M. O’Toole. Row 4: S. Burke; M. Wesolowski; B. Dempsey; J. Picano; A. Romano. R( w 5: K. McLaughlin; J. Thistle; L. Breitbord; S. Chucri. Band - ' ■V Row 1: D. Cameron; M. Zaitchik; J. Roach; P. Craigie; Mr. Alfred To- daro. Director. Row 2: R. Mel- konian; K. Withrow; N. Capuano; S. Burke. Row 3: A. Grometstein; P. Davis. Row 4: R. Junker; D. Hay- wood; C. Viola; K. Harrington; J. Haggerty. J. Towse. Row 5: A. Har- ris; S. Chucri; B. Keimach; M. Tinc- ker. Row 6; L. Giuggio; J. Thistle; B. Hyder; K. McLaughlin. 134 D r a m a C I Row I: M. Wesolowski; D. Cornwell; J. DeBruyn; K. Shaughnessy; K. Ledoux; B. Smith; N. Dasho; M. Jones; B. Dempsey; J. Dolan; J. Derry. Row 2: A. Benedict; A. Walczak; S. Salvo; M. II Costello; C. Burns; L. Borenstein; E. Timperley; M. Cotrinos; T. Conover. Row 3. ' Mr. Silverman, Director, J. Picano; N. DeGruttola; S. Burke; E. Anderson; J. McVarish; C. Smith; K. Smith; G. ■ Joslin; P. Maguire; R. Daigle; T. Breitbord; C. Johnson; L. Smith; J. Troup; P. MacDonald; M. Maragioglio; P. Armato. Creative Writing Club Hidden throughout the sole tree of Stoneham High’s noteworthy wildlife reserve, we find the wildlife, commonly referred to as the Creative Writing Club. At the outer limits stand Advisors Dick Reed and Pat Norelli. 135 Row, I Officers: Susan Mahoney; Suzanne Hosier; Mr. Alain Rocher, Advisor; Susan Boehm; Annette Theroux. Row 2: A. Benedict; A. Rojak; B. McNaughton; J. Brad- ford; J. McCarthy; C. Petruzzi; M. Ruth; P. Ryan. Row 3: L. Coggins; L. Basha; C. Hansen; N. Richmond; S. Avedikian; S. Cutts; R. Bennett; E. Mroz; R. Gromet- stein. Row 4: J. Donnely; J. Dougherty; J. Macchia; N. Aruda; J. Kinzie; M. Maragioglio; B. Smith; J. Barto- lucci; C. Reynolds; J. Murray. Row 5: J. Picano; M. O’Toole; M. Wesolowski; P. Armato; J. Paraskevas; S. Pomeroy; D. Vacca; S. Adams; M. Giannocari; D. Quar- tarone; P. Carsley. Row 6: M. Cerasuolo; K. St. George; M. Tighe; C. Corkum; M. Zaitchik; D. Heuman; R. Ezekian; M. Corkum; K. Smith; C. Knowlton. Future Teachers Club Row I: G. DiGregorio; L. Borrazzo; M. Tighe; M. Serasuolo; J- Devereaux; N. Dasho; D. Truesdale, President; N. Tortorici, Vice President; J. Duonolo, Secretary; J. Scarpa, Treasurer; M. Munafo; B. Mc- Naughton; L. Campbell; M. Day. Row 2: W. Donovan; M. Gabaree; K. Sullivan; C. Davis; J. Grafton; I. Mitchell; A. Fitzpatrick; D. Haywood; D. Chute; C. Cucinatta. Row 3: D. Spatola; L. Core; P. DiMarzo; E. Borenstein; C. Burns; P. Gilligan; J. Denehey; K. Har- rington; D. Ames; M. Forni; J. Macchia; C. Adamo; L. Roy; L. Jankowski. Row 4: D. Vacca; S. ' Weisse; C. Capua; D. Powers; C. Polk; P. O’Brien; C. Johnson; E. Ottavi; J. Barbo; G. Caliri; J. Bradford; E. Anderson; S. Balestrier. Row 3: N. Shea; J. Margarita; D. Zdano- wicz; L. Palladino; J. Murray; P. Beaton; J. Kinzie; D. Russell; C. Shiner; G. Joslin; L. LeFave; L. Marshi; T. Murphy. Row 6: E. Miguel; C. Scalley; R. DeVita; J. Rolli; D. DePrisco; C. Howe; S. Luther; L. Athanis; L. Jordan; R. Kelleher; C. Reynolds; J. Mochi; B. Well- ington; C. Corcoran; K. Timmerman; J. Connolly. Future Nurses Club Row I: R. McHale; E. Herrick; M. Hayman; M. Keefe; D. Polk; J. Ward; A. Stoddard; K. Ellis; D. DiPlessi; S. Hillman. Row 2: M. Corkum; L. Bishai; M. Sweet; E. Meegan; P. McPhee; T. Meroski. Row 3: Mrs. Hurst, Advisor; M. Costello; K. Delvental; D. Dillon; M. Freeland; J. Doherty; T. Tincker. Future Secretaries Club Row 1: L. Thompson, President; J. McCluskey, Secretary; M. Marasca; P. Boyle, Treasurer. Row 2: Miss Corum, Advisor; S. Konaxis; P. Kelly; D. Al mquist; J. MacKay; D. Belcher; B. Wandless; D. Turner. Row 3: Miss Garuti, Advisor; E. O’Toole; K. Carpenito; R. Parton; M. Bergonzi; K. Carroll. Row 4: A. Schiraldi; J. Sullivan; K. Fawcett; A. Hamilton; A. Bamberg; D. Payne; D. Cogan; M. Trotta. Row 5: J. Pes- cione; K. Castiglione; M. Mullett; L. Garofano; K. Brassil; J. Wells. Row 6: J. Paul; J. Kennedy, Vice Presi- dent; D. Gaynor; K. Harrison; S. Biergiel; N. Poole; L. Denison; M. Ternullo. 137 Senior Class Officers, Gerry Young, Co-treasurer; Pat DiMarzo, Co-treasurer; John Murray, President; Susan Jenkins, Vice President; Karen Devereaux, Secretary; Dale Truesdale and Steve Wood, Social Chairmen. Junior Class Officers, Row 1: Corrine Adams, Secretary; Mary Cera- suolo. Vice President; Linda Faraci, Treasurer; Dan Small, Social Chairman; Deborah Fortunato, President; Edward Geary, Social Chair- man. Sophomore Class Officers, Susan Weisse and Lyn Phelan, Social Chairmen; Michael Geragosian, Treasurer; Susan Adams, Secretary; Pamela Vallarelli, Vice President; Paul Campbell, President. Class Officers 138 Members elected to the National Honor Society as Juniors include Ron Ezekian, Suzanne Hosier, Doug Heuman, Ann Walczak, Sandy Salvo, Joan Murray, Sharon McCullough, Sue Boehm, Karen Devereaux, Carol Reynolds, Ellen Anderson, Debby Subzda, Sue Michaud, and John Murray. National Honor Society Members of the Class of 1969 inducted into the National Honor Society are as follows: Row 1: Debbie Subzda; Joan Murray, Vice President; Sandy Salvo; Ron Szekian, President; Karen Devereaux, Secretary; Suzanne Hosier, Treasurer; Sue Boehm. Row 2: Sue Michaud; Thene Murphy; Debbie Zdanowicz; Mary Mullett; Ellen Anderson; Jane Barbo; Phyllis Maguire; Sue Mahoney. Row 5: Jean Margarita; Alice Benedict; Laura Basha; Sharon McCullough; Rosemary DeVita; Jean Bartolucci; Marla Marek; Carol Reynolds. Row 4: Mike McCarthy; Ann Walczak; Steve Eldridge; Doug Heuman; John Boyd; George Papulis; Fred Hyder; John Murray; Steve Sheppard; Nabil Bishai. 139 About the birds and the bees . . . Mario, it’s about those pants . . . Don’t clip my line. Cast of Characters Miss Brooks Laura Basha Miss Finch Ellen Anderson Hugo Longacre Bert Puglia Mr. Wadsworth Jim Troup Miss Audubon Kathie Shaughnessy Mrs. Allen Amy Klainer Ted Mario Lentine Jane Jane Bar bo Rhonda Ann Walczak Elsie Janice de Bruyn Elaine Alice Benedict Sylvia Jeanie Marsh Doris Carole Burns Marge Janis Dolan Faith Gail Joslin Stanley Ronald Ezekian, Brian Monagle Martin Robert Haggerty Basketball Players Donald Roy Douglas Thorley David Walker Curse you, Red Baron. 140 I’m sorry I missed my cue. My girdle is killing me . . . " Our Miss Brooks " Senior Class Play, November 22 and 23, 1968 Oatmeal, anyone? 141 That’s my shirt, Brooks! " This is the beginning . . Curtain Call: B. Haggerty, G. Joslin, C. Burns, J. Marsh, E. Anderson, J. Troup, M. Lentine, L. Basha, B. Puglia, J. Barbo, A. Klainer, K. Shaughnessy, A. Walczak, J. Dolan, J. DeBruyn, R. Ezekian. 142 Cast: Lennie Bomba, Barbara Dempsey, Kathie Shaughnessy, Kathleen Sullivan, Amy Klainer, Jane Barbo, Dorothy Crocker, Steve Burke, Janice de Bruyn, Jim Troup, Ellen Anderson, Dan Gostigian, Paul Armato. Drama Festival Play There’s something about an Aqua Velva man! Hid " Kiss Me Quick - Tm Double - Parked " Actually, we enjoy doing this. 143 David Walker, Master of Ceremonies The Court: Karen Devereaux; Susan Jenkins; Susan Michaud; Pat DiMarzo; Debbie Almquist; Gloria Faragi, Page: Gail Monteforte, Queen: Dave Smith, King: John Gardner, Page: Laurel Denison; Nancy Whitten; Jane Forrest; Laura Basha; Dale Truesdale. 144 Ushers: Diane LeBlanc, Head Usher; Ann Hamilton; Jane Cogan; Roxanne Parton; Judy Paul; Lois Coggins; Darlene Stegall; Janis Dolan; Donna Spatola; Michelle Gabaree. 145 Bob Haggerty (accompanied by Dave Pitcher), sings " Yesterday.” Janie DeBruyn dancing to " Jazz is Now.” , ' ' iJ r t ! WAtfm Nazzar Blue turns on with " Night Train.” 146 Paul Fitzgerald (accompanied by The Broken Circle), sings " The First Time” and " The Circle Game.” Michael and Matt Zaitchik sing " Good Times We Had” and " San Fran- cisco Bay Blues.” 147 Gail Contestabile dancing to " El Negro.” Pam Vallarelli singing ' Tve Gotta Be Me.” The Brothers Four sing " And When I Die.” Gail Contestabile and Mari Elerin sing " Why Can’t I Be” and " Feeling Good.” 148 Mary Forni sings " My Love, Forgive Me.” Organist John Kiley Mr. Todaro directing the Dance Band. Mrs. W ipperman receives flowers. 150 The Stoneham High Glee Club Gateway to lunch (if you can wait). Haven’t I seen you someplace before? Twirp Twirl January 18, 1969 Good grief! Deserted again. 151 Kenny and Cheryl Kurt and Jeanie Host for the evening, John Murray Sandy and Larry 152 The Receiving Line The Break of Dawn Class of ' 69 Junior Prom April 26, 1968 Debbie and Dickie i , Susan and Doug 153 V -.1, : . If y ■w " And so the child who dreamed tomorrow now is twenty, And though his dreams have lost some grandeur coming true There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams, and plenty. Before that last revolving year is through.” ■ ' t f 4flP m 1 1 i t» . r i 4 |||i 7 . ' ' ■ — r: ■ T V And the seasons, they go ’round and ’round, Painted ponies go up and down. We’re captive on the carousel of time. We can’t return, we can only look Behind from where we came. And go round and ’round in the circle game.’ We wish to express our appreciation to the merchants, businessmen, and professional people who have so generously contributed to the sue cess of our yearbook. 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Tailoring — Zippers Replaced Herbert, Erma, and Ronald Smith 162 BEST WISHES FROM BARON TIRE CO. - DISTRIBUTORS We Specialize in Teaching Nervous Individuals B T AUTO SCHOOL Complete Tire Service • Passenger and T ruck 454 Main Street Stoneham, Mass. 02180 Dial: 438-3000 200 Everett Avenue Chelsea, Mass. 02150 Dial: 884-2731 Complete Driver Education Courses Free Instructions for Learners Permit 1056 Mass. Ave. 863 Blue Hill Ave. Arlington, Mass. Dorchester, Mass. 648-2160 825-3330 648-2161 825-3331 280 Washington St. Winchester, Mass. 729-1197 729-8478 Compliments of DR. PAUL FITZGERALD 30 CENTRAL ST. STONEHAM, MASS. THE MIDDLESEX DRUG CO. Dominic G. Errico, Registered Pharmacist Telephone 438-0342 " Where Friends Meet Friends” 3 CENTRAL SQUARE, STONEHAM, MASS. PRINTING CO. 468 MAIN STREET STONEHAM, MASS. 02180 438-0397 GArS FLOWER SHOP 45 SPRING STREET STONEHAM, MASS. Telephone 438-0217 Member Florists’ Telegraph Delivery Association KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN " It’s Finger Lickin’ Good " 147 MAIN ST. STONEHAM 438-9300 Open 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Seven Days a Week Compliments of MONTVALE PLAZA 54 MONTVALE AVE. STONEHAM, MASS. 438-4111 163 BEST WISHES AND GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1969 STONEHAM SAVINGS BANK 359 MAIN ST. STONEHAM CONGRATULATIONS NEW ENGLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Why not explore a hospital career at New England Memorial Hospital? Call or write: Personnel Director STONEHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02180 (617) 665-1740 164 Compliments of STONEHAM MOTOR COMPANY Best Wishes and Good Luck To The Graduating Class Of 1969 BARBO ' S 165 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1969 -6 OMRYp FOR RADIANT HEALTH 438-5500 STONEHAM, MASSACHUSEHS 166 Frank J. Burns, Editor Robert F. Dole, Publisher FREDERICS PRESCRIPTION CENTRE The Prescription Store 314 MAIN STREET STONEHAM, MASS. Phone 438-1525 H. E. BROWN 269 MAIN STREET STONEHAM, MASS. Insurance — Real Estate JAVELIN AMX Now at PETTENGILL MOTOR SALES Your American Motors Dealers Franklin Street at Stoneham Square REBEL AMBASSADOR 167 The Ultra Decorating Co., Inc. Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 CUSTOM DRAPERIES • SLIP COVERS FURNITURE RUGS FAIR WINDS TRAVEL SERVICE Telephone 438-2010 268 Main Street 438-4022 408 Main Street Stoneham, Mass. " We serve all your travel needs.” Compliments Compliments of BELLS BARBER SHOP of REDSTONE SHOPPING CENTER COUNTRYSIDE REALTY HANKS BAKERY WIGS WIGLETS FALLS MARIONS BEAUTY LOUNGE Quality Baked Foods Hair Stylists Supreme Fresh Daily Phone 438-9870 Stoneham Square 236 MAIN STREET, STONEHAM FARM HILL COMPLIMENTS A K JEWELERS, INC. " WE SELL THE BEST OF AND SERVICE THE REST” STONEHAM SQUARE PArS AUTO SCHOOL 438-1250 168 WHEELER PRO SPORT SHOP 4 Franklin St. ?KrUttrr ' s pljarntary WILLIAM F. KELLNER, Reg. Ph. 236 Main Street, Stoneham, Mass. Stoneham, Mass. Phone 438-9727 AT FARM HILL SHOPPING CENTER Telephone; 438-2122 DR. DONALD O BRIEN FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY OPTOMETRIST Hours : We Maintain A Complete Record Of All 9 A.M. - 7 P.M. Daily Except Wed. 14 Elm Street Stoneham, Mass. 02180 Your Family’s Prescription Purchases. Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Class of ’69 STONEHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK (THE CONVENIENT BANK) STONEHAM SQUARE AND REDSTONE SHOPPING CENTER 169 Compliments of The Rung Of A Ladder GROSE ELECTRICAL Was Never Meant To Rest On — SERVICE, INC. Only To Hold One Foot While 8 MT. VERNON STREET You Put The Other One Higher —THOMAS HUXLEY STONEHAM, MASS. Good Luck and Best Wishes TyDOIU BLOUrS FLYING " A " PRECISION METAL PRODUCTS General Repairing on All Makes of Cars 41 ELM ST. Road Service 438-9718 STONEHAM, MASS. POND SUMMER STS. STONEHAM, MASS. FAirview 3-4300 SCHOLASTIC JEWELERS, INC Official Jewelers — Stoneham High School JOHN F. LYNCH 5174-78 WASHINGTON STREET President BOSTON, MASS. 170 SCHAEFER S NEWS Congratulations Cards — Gifts — Stationery STONEHAM SQUARE Best Wishes and Good Luck to the Graduating Class of ’69 From STONEHAM FAMOUS PIZZA 371 MAIN STREET STONEHAM, MASS. Take-out Orders — 438-1189 Pomp ' s 1 Hour Cleansers, Inc. and Clothing Care Center, Inc. Telephone 438-1646 Professional Dry Cleaners — Coin-Op Cleaners Shirt Laundry — Coin-Op Laundry Fur Storage 163 MAIN STREET, STONEHAM Tel. 438-1747 MORT ' S T-V INC. Sales and Service on All Makes FRED C. REED Located at BARBO’S ANNEX — 275 MAIN STREET STONEHAM, MASS. Attorney Jon A. Asgeirsson 5 CENTRAL SQUARE STONEHAM Tel. 438-0712 SPECIALIZING IN: ORTHOPEDIC WORK STONEHAM SHOE HOSPITAL SHOE REPAIRING Fabric and Leather Shoes Dyed TINO MINICHIELLO 305 MAIN STREET Proprietor STONEHAM, MASS. 438-0405 A. E. FINNEGAN SON HOME FOR FUNERALS 322 MAIN STREET STONEHAM, MASS. Wish You All the Best of Luck Severance Trucking Co., Inc. 43 ELM ST. STONEHAM, MASS. 171 Best Wishes To The Class Of 1969 From The STONEHAM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL JANE FORREST, President JOHN MUCCI, Vice-President KATHIE SMITH, Treasurer GAIL MONTEFORTE, Secretary MR. JAMES CAMPAGNA, Advisor 172 Graduating girls . . . We have a most useful gift for you: Puratized Shoe Linings A LIVING HOUSE KIT WORTH $7.95 A 3-Dimensional furniture arranging and room planning kit complete with model furniture, walls, doors — everything you need to create miniature room settings! W onderful to own . . . just come in and ask for yours. are the best CUSHMAN MARDEN SLOANE FURNITURE 58 Montvale Avenue Stoneham, Mass. 02180 447 MAIN STREET Phone 438-1533 Compliments of PAULS BEAUTY SALON S. ROTONDI SONS, INC. 358 Main St. CONTRACTORS Stoneham, Mass. 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