Stoneham High School - Wildlife Yearbook (Stoneham, MA)

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GARVIN " The secret heart is devotion’s temple; there the saint lights the flarfle of purest sacrifice which burns unseen but not unaccepted.” For 31 years, Mrs. Margaret Garvin dedicated her life to Stoneham High School students. Her job was not an easy one, yet she continuously showed remarkable strength and insight in guiding young people. Her interest in the individual enabled many smdents to find success in locating part-time jobs or choosing a career after graduation. Her satisfaction came from the success of other people whom she had advised and helped, and many times the success was due to her genuine interest and guidance. We will always remember her devotion to us, and our class would like to present this book in memory of her. 4 DEDICATION i MR. WILLIAM L. HOYT " Everyman’s work, whether it be litera- ture Of music or pictures or architecture or anything else, is always a portrait of himself, and the more he tries to conceal himself the more clearly will his charac- ter appear in spite of him.” An advisor, an educator, an administrator, a friend — he is never too busy to stop and listen to our everyday problems. His red hair is deceiving, for the customary hot temper that is supposed to ac- company it is never seen. Through his patience and concern for the demands of others, we have ex- perienced many changes at Stoneham High, changes that have given students the right to voice opinions and to challenge old standards. His awareness and sensitivity to youth have resulted in a mutual trust gaining him our admiration and respect. The class of 1971 would, therefore, like to dedicate its year- book to Mr. Hoyt, as a tribute to his many years of dedication to us. 5 6 97J»I 7 A D M 1 N I S T R A T I O N 10 Mr. Daniel Hogan Superintendent of Schools Mr. William L. Hoyt Principal Mr. Frank Matarese Assistant Superintendent Mr. Fred Kiamie Vice Principal Mr. Ralph J. Rowell Assistant Principal Mr. William Orman Assistant Principal 12 Mrs. Alice C. Walsh Mr. Alan Cortese Computer Programmer 14 Mr. Donald P. Musico Miss Patricia A. Norelli Mrs. Betsey Pelz Miss Anne Gower Miss Linda Knight 15 Mr. Chester P. Jordan Department Head Miss Mary V. Courtney Mr. Donald Eames Miss Ann M. Clark Miss Sharyn E. Thur Mr. Donald D. Nuss Mr. Michael Kennedy Mr. Socrates G. Taseos I Miss Maria L. Garuti 21 s T U D I E S Mr. Rogert W. Lamson Department Head 22 Mr. James J. Campagna I Mr Stephen J. Conroy Mr. John P. White Mr. David G. Kline Mr. Henry R. Margarita Mr. Ralph J. Rowell, Jr. Mr. James A. Romano p H Y S I c A L E D U C A T I O N 24 Mr. Robert T. Tavanese Miss Saralee Wheeler Mr. John A. Fawcett Director of Athletics Miss Janet M. Buckley Mr. Ralp h J. Cimon c Mr. Glen Lougee Department Head 26 Mr. Joseph Collins Miss Diane Gray Mrs. Patricia C. Tine 27 A R T Mrs. Marie Cargill Supervisor Miss Paula Hollander 28 Mr. Theodore Schwalb Mrs. Roslyn Pettersen s K I L L S b One side of Mr. P. G. Campbell Another side of Mr. P. G. Campbell Mr. Renato P. Paolini Mr. Patrick Walsh 29 c u s T 0 D 1 A L S T A F F Mrs. Katherine McGinn, Mrs. Jean LeFave, Mrs. Edna Levakis, Mrs. Jean O’Connell, Mrs. Ruth Long, Mrs. Magdelen Timmerman. 30 CAFETERIA Mr. Tra - tra - trampa - travel - lizio 31 BEST LOOKING Steve McClorey, Martha Giannoccari BIGGEST EEET Ralph Sereda, Donna Wood MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Glenn Hunter, JoAnn Paraskevas FAVORITE JUNIOR Doug Halpin 34 MOST PROMISING Patti Hanson, John Angelosanto MOST ATHLETIC Denise Broadbent, James Farrell MOST SINCERE Mary Beth Roach, Joe Sasso MOST INTELLECTUAL Linda Fava, Richard Rudman CLASS COUPLE Denise Ames, James Guyer CLASS GIRL HATERS Kevin Kilroy, John Sereda 35 MOST MUSICAL Josie Picano, Brad Keimach STRONGEST Denise Broadbent, Richard Warren CLASS REBEL Jimmy Ells, Rita Card FRIENDLIEST Joanne Haggerty, Len DeSimone 36 CLASS HEARTBREAKER Martha Giannoccari MOST GULLIBLE Susan Adams, John Cullen MOST THEATRICAL Barbara Dempsey, William Leccese BEST LEGS Marie Hanlon, Tom Mayo BEST DANCER Patty Bruning, Glenn Hunter BIGGEST FLIRT Stacey Forbes, Marc Kanchuga 37 WORST JOKES Stephen Leahy FAVORITE PASTIME Drinking FAVORITE SPORT Hockey MOST ORIGINAL Rene Puglisi, James Ells CLASS CUT-UP Donna Mitchell, Mike Geragosian 38 MAD SCIENTIST Tom Hayes MOST VERSATILE JoAnn Paraskevas, John Angelosanto BIGGEST EATER Bob Hyder, Susan Weisse BEST DRESSED Ann Marie Mazzola, Wayne Griffith, Phil Angelosanto MOST ARTISTIC Angela Pullo, Paul Campbell SONG " Stand” DONE MOST FOR S.H.S. Kevin O’Toole FAVORITE TEACHER Mr. Kline 39 CONNIE ADAMO 94 North Street eenie . . . Jimi . . . gullible . . . walking trees Happiness is: IVz, jimi. I’ll never forget: " s.c.,” " diggin’ out the wheels,” pullin’ zoos at juice’s, trees. Comment: " where does acting stop and being begin?” " say not i have found the truth, but rather, i have found a truth.” Future teachers’ club 1, 2, 3; Booster club drive 1; French club 1; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Coed vol- leyball 2; Drama club 2; Smdent gym leader 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Sr. dance comm. 4; Sr. play comm. 4; Senior skit 4; Sr. prom comm. 4; Yearbook staff 4; Intramural softball 2; Twirp twirl comm. 2. MARCIA E. ALLEN 4 Everett Street b.a.c. . . . b.b.b. . . . Hyde Park . . . " tooth” Happiness is: winning the v.f.w. nationals. I’ll never forget: april 20, 1969- Suppressed desire: to be in the contra line. Office aide 1, 2, 3; Future secre- taries 3, 4; Senior skit 4; Pep club 1 , 2 , 3 . SUSAN ADAMS 45 Perkins Street bouz . . . bagger . . . gullible . . . cheerleader I’ll never forget: summer of ’70, jellybeans, bean, week-ends at U-Mass. Comment: " and he is under the duty to express his individuality, for bearing the divine image, he bears it uniquely, no one in all the world exactly duplicates him. therefore he is obliged to discover and develop his uniqueness, other- wise, to all eternity some aspect of his divine nature shall have been left latent and unfulfilled.” Class secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; French club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin club 1; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; PTL scholarship drive 1, 2; Field hock- ey 3, 4; Student gym leader 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3; Cheer- leader 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Twirp twirl comm. 2; National honor society 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 1, 2; Varsity scholar 1; Dance club 3; Junior prom comm. 3; Guidance aid 4; Office aid 2; Senior prom comm. 4. JANICE ANN ALONGI 21 Sherwood Road doors . . . Srar . . . friendly . . . joker Happiness is: being able to look into the past and smile. I’ll never forget: " summer of 70, " pulling zoos at juice’s, first driv- ing lesson. Comment: " man is not the sum of what he has, but the totality of what he does not yet have . . . of what he might have!” sartre. Intramural field hockey 1, 2; Drama club 2; Pep squad 3, 4; Traffic squad 3, 4; Furure teach- ers’ 3; Intramural softball 2. STEPHEN ALLAIN 7 Ledge Street skipping ... ex van man . . . carefree Suppressed desire: to be a corn flake. I’ll never forget: my name. Football. DENISE A. AMES 86 Central Street w.o.j.b. . . . Jimmy . . . fun-loving . . pixie Happiness is: spending a day with someone you love. I’ll never forget: the night of the junior prom and the e.y.c. trips. Comment: a smile opens the door of loneliness. Future teachers’ club 1, 2; French club 3; Nurses club 3, 4 ; Year- book 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor society; Girls ' ensemble 3, 4; Spartan choral 4; Girls’ glee club 1, 2; Mixed chorus 4; Of- fice aide 4 ; Carnival ball 3, 4; Senior prom comm. 4. 40 LARRY G. AMIRTO 50 Elm Street Donna . . . V.W. . . . nice eyes . . . friendly Happiness is; being with donna — blue volkswagons Misery is: when it’s not really a teacher, and you can’t get your cigarette back out of the vent. Comment: just stand aside and watch yourself go by, think of yourself as " he” instead of " i.” Science club 1; Work study 4. SUZANNE MARIE ANDERSON 14 Bear Hill Road quiet . . . original . . . skiing . . . cats MARTIN F. ANDERSON III 10 Essex Street Razor . . . athletic . . . funny I ' ll never forget: j.v. practice. Suppressed desire: to start driv- ers ' -ed. Comment; drop out of the sys- tem. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom rep. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; In- tramural weight lifting 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 3. 4. THOMAS E. ANDERSON 20 Perkins Street " Mousey” . . . hockey . . . nice dresser . . . captain Happiness is: skipping gym makeup and not getting caught. Misery is : shady characters with new threads. Suppressed desire: to own a green charger. Football 1; Cross country 2; Soc- cer 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4; Student gym leader 3, 4. ROBERT ANDERSON 10 Peabody Road senior play . . . fickle . . . Rich . . . basketball Misery is: e block studies. I’ll never forget: " denials” Comment: " go again” Basketball 1, 2, 3; Carnival ball 3, 4; Boys’ glee club 3, 4; Spar- tan choral 4; Science club 3, 4; Radio club 3; Interact dub 4; Tennis 3; Varsity scholar 1, 2, 3; Honor roll 1, 2, 3; Senior class play 4; Spring concert 3, 4. CHERYL M. ANDREWS 10 Country Club Road John . . . whimsical . . . Cancer . . . rapt I’ll never forget: those dead end streets, cheryl’s kitchen floor. Suppressed desire: to spend june 25, 1975 together. Comment: " we help each other through the blind tall night be- neath the infinite spaces.” Future teachers’ club 1, 2, 3; In- ternational relations 2; Gym leader 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Yearbook 4; Booster club drive 1; P.T.L. drive 1, 2; Co-ed volleyball; Sen- ior play comm. 4. 41 JOHN P. ANGELOSANTO 202 Franklin Street " hole in the wall " . . . Jack . . . captain . . . curly Misery is: a locker next to d.f. I ' ll never forget: bino’s Christmas party. Comment: " play it like a football player. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1; Baseball 1; ' Winter track 2, 3, 4; Spring track 2, 3, 4; Co-ed vol- leyball 2, 3; Graduation usher. PATTY ARMATO 78 Westwood Road nice hair . . . hook . . . friendly I’ll never forget: " the way it used to be, wsp, and " the hook.” Suppressed desire: to travel and see the world. Comment: " everything isn ' t any- thing if it’s not the thing you want.” Field hockey 2, 3, 4 Student gym leader 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2; Student council 2, 3, 4; Home- coming committee 3; Junior prom comm.; Twirp twirl comm. 2; PTL scholarship drive 2, 3; National honor society 2, 3; Stu- dent council secretary 4; Year- book 4; Girls’ track 2; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; " Varsity scholar 2, 3; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4 Fu- ture teachers’ club 3; French 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior prom comm. 4. PHILIP M. ANGELOSANTO 3 Pershing Place Rat . . . Susan . . . nice dresser . . . M.G. Happiness is: a big score. I’ll never forget: accidents, s.k.p., I.g., jr. prom, and good times with the guys. Misery is: not getting paid. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, -2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sen- ior patrol 4. DAVE M. ARSENEAULT 22 Sunrise Avenue Goose . . . basketball . . . tall . . . creative writing Happiness is: watching bones catch something. Misery is: sitting home weekends after getting your license. Suppressed desire: to make the tech. Track 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; creative writing club 3, 4; Year- book 4; Cross country 4; Senior prom comm. 4; Weightlifting 3, 4; Science club 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Co- ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student gym leader 4. THOMAS ANGELOSANTO 3 Walsh Avenue Squeak . . . track . . . comical . . . " hole in the wall” Happiness is: a good catch. Misery is: a bomb scare without a bomb. I’ll never forget: santa claus at bino’s. Football 1; Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; Science club 1, 2; Winter track 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3; Yearbook staff 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4. NANCY ARUDA 18 Emerald Court efficient . . . petite . . . friendly . . . quiet Happiness is: friday. Misery is: getting a guidance ap- pointment when you really needed the study. I’ll never forget: our senior class. Tennis 2, 3, 4; Future secretaries 3, 4; French club 2; Yearbook 4; Graduation usher 3; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee club 1, 3. 42 LORRI ATHANAS 28 Wilson Road ebullient . . . capricious ... not domestic . . . Scorpio Happiness is: friendship, honesty, loving (in any order). I’ll never forget: those dead end streets! balloons at breakfast, cheryl ' s kitchen floor. Comment: " silence is the per- fectest herald of joy. i were but little happy if I could say how much.” Yearbook 4; Girls’ basketball 2, 3; Future teachers’ 2, 3; Home- coming comm. 3; Traffic squad 3, 4. JUDITH A BARBO 4 Alden Avenue vivacious . . . the " Bug” . . . Majorettes . . . " Happy Face” I ' ll never forget: 1, 2, 3, . . . shoot. Comment: " god is love, and he lives everywhere there is love . . . most of all, in your heart.” Future teachers’ club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama club 1, 2; French club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Junior prom comm. 3; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Student gym lead- er 3, 4; Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Majorettes 4. HAROLD BALBONI 16 Middle Street Sharon . . . rebel . . . smooth talker . . . friendly Happiness is: balancing on time I’ll never forget: looking out the back of the truck and seeing the cape. Suppressed desire: to reach Cali- fornia. Student council 1, 2, 3, 4; Home- coming comm. 3; Junior prom comm. 3; Baseball 1, 2; Football 1; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Gym lead- er 3, 4; Boys pep squad 3, 4. SUSAN BARBUTO 222 Central Street individual . . . quiet . . . sincere . . . friendly Happiness is: feeling wanted. Misery is: waiting. Comment: " love means not ever having to say you’re sorry.” ALBERT BARBO 2 Merrow Lane Goob . . . gullible . . . basketball . . . nice dresser Happiness is: when a brownie gets cut. Misery is: driving in the car with all the windows up and someone smoking. I’ll never forget: denials. Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Senior honor patrol 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming committee 3 Student gym leader 4; Intramural weightlifting 3, 4. BARBARA-JO BARRY 19 Myopia Road 13 N.H. ’70 . . . BJ . . . Rock- port . . . first base I’ll never forget: basketball bus rides, " singin’ ’round the camp- fire;” " munchies.” Misery is: la langue frangaise, be- ing blind without my glasses; shoes that don’t tie. Comment: " have the courage to be different without being con- trary. the quality that makes us interesting, that makes us out- standing persoanlities, is the courage to be ourselves.” Drama club 2, 3, 4; French club 3, 4; Senior play 4; Girls’ basket- ball 2, 3, 4; Girls ' softball 2, 3, 4; Field hockey 3, 4; ' Varsity scholar 3; Student gym leader 4; Yearbook staff 4; Senior tea host- ess 3; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior dance committee 4; Drug com- mittee 2; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3. 4. 43 DONISE ELAINE BARTON North Border Road cheerleader . . . artistic . . . out- going Happiness is: when the sun is shining. I ' ll never forget: my name and balloons at breakfast. Comments: " it only takes an out- stretched hand. " Cheerleading 3, 4; Drama festival 3; Students against public apathy 3; Homecoming committee 3; Art festival 3; PTL 3, 4; Year- book staff 4; Scholarship drive 3, 4. DEBORAH BEEBE 21 Hersam Street Mark . . . clothespins frisbees . . . Redstone . . . P.T.B. Happiness is: blowing smoke over salty french fries. I’ll never forget: hampton beach club— 1970. Comment: watch out who you shake hands with; they might melt. KATHLEEN BATES 68 Collincote Street talkative . . . drive-in’s . . . Uncle Mel’s . . . Kath Happiness is: living. Misery is: having a bottom gym locker. I’ll never forget: Jan. 24, 1970. Girls’ international relations’ club 1, 2; Library aide 1, 2; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior future sec- retaries 3; Senior tea committee 3. PAUL BENEDETTO 7 Marshall Road Benny . . . manager . . . Snoopy . . . Baskin and Robbins Happiness is: paying Vj price at the movies because you look like you’re under 12. Misery is: needing a step ladder to get books from your locker. Suppressed desire: to be 6 ' 4 " at a 25th class reunion. Cross country 3; Football man- ager 2; Basketball manager 3; Seeds 3, 4; Newspaper staff 4; Homecoming committee 3; Sen- ior dance committee 4; Booster club drive 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Newspaper dance committee 4; Art festival 3- PATRICIA BEATON 16 Cedar Avenue Germany . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . freckles Happiness is: being free and lov- ing life for what it is. I’ll never forget; the state police, truck drivers in r.i., and Christ- mas of ’69. Suppressed Desire: getting to Germany. Yearbook staff 4; Future teach- ers’ club 1, 2; Drama club 1; Choralettes 2; Carnival ball 2; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior tea committee 3. PAM BENTLEY 5 1 ' Whipple Avenue Rob . . . Wakefield . . . quiet . . . friendly Happiness is: when people ac- cept you just for what you are. I’ll never forget: climbing mt. manadnock in the rain. Majorettes 3; Dance club 3, 4; Future secretaries 4; Library aide 3, 4; Booster club drive 2, 3, 4. 44 DAVID BERNABEI 10 Drummond Road Star , . . Vega . . . Debbie . . . Bernie Misery is: no wheels; getting up before 10 a.m. I’ll never forget: mr. collin’s bi- ology class. Suppressed desire: level the gym. Football 1; Basketball 1. KATHY BOHLING 17 Ledge Street yow-ee-ka-zow-ee . . . drive-ins . . . Uncle Mel’s . . . Burger King Happiness is: being with friends and having good times. Misery is: lynn beach via salem. I’ll never forget: the weekend in sandow. Drama club 1; Future teachers’ 1, 2; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future secretaries’ 3, 4; Girls’ interna- tional relations’ club 2. LILY BISHAI 8 Lindenwood Road gullible . . . friendly . . . mys- terious . . . N.E.M.H. Happiness is: knowing that some- one cares I’ll never forget: mt. liberty, Aug. 1970. Suppressed desire: to bring hap- piness to others. Nurses’ club 2, 3, 4; Film club 3; National honor society 3; Var- sity scholar 1, 2. JANET F. BRADFORD 6 Greenway Circle gullible . . . cute . . . computers . . . talkative Misery is: losing a close friend and hoping he’ll return. Being alone. I’ll never forget: winter ’68-’69, eddie, the good’ole times. Comment: " the love that lasts the longest is the love that’s never returned.” Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Future teachers’ club 2; French club 2; Senior tea committee 3; Home- coming committee 3; Student gym leader 4; Yearbook staff 4. JANE MARIE BOBIGAN 27 Evans Road Dave . . . quiet . . . new in town . . . nice clothes Happiness is: being with the one you like. Misery is: people that are made of plastic. I’ll never forget: the good times in n. y. with the kids. Girls’ glee club 3, 4; Drama club 3; Pep club 3, 4; Senior dance committee 4; Sophomore dance committee 2; Yearbook 4. KEVIN T. BRASSIL 49 Bow Street Mary . . . baseball . . . friendly . . . Braz Happiness is: pulling horror shows in reading forest. Misery is: the " hungry horrors” I’ll never forget: 1661 magnolia drive. Soccer 3, 4; Winter track 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Boys’ pep squad 3, 4; Co-ed vol- leyball 2, 3, 4. 45 I LISA BETH BREITBORD 12 Windsor Road pretty eyes . . . quiet . . . gullible Happiness is: being with Richard. Misery is: loneliness. Suppressed desire: to learn, to love, to travel. Future teachers ' club 1; Spring concert 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Senior play committee 4. CATHY BRAY 70 Duncklee Avenue Kevin . . . beautiful hair . . . quiet . . . flower child Happiness is : being with Kevin. I ' ll never forget: marriage and family living. Suppressed desire: to be an ac- tress. Future secretaries ' 3; Drama club. DENISE M. BROADBENT 1 West Hancock Street U.N. . . . China Moon . . . Fells- way 2 ... 15 Happiness is: pulling a zoo at juice ' s house, the hook Misery is: g.d.a.b.c! remember lynne? n.d. Comment: " the difficulties of life are intended to make us better not bitter. " george gritter. Field hockey 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Homecoming committee 3; Future teachers 2, 3; Homeroom representative; Junior prom committee 3; Senior prom committee 4; Traffic squad 4. PAUL JOSEPH BRISSETTE 1174 Franklin Street V.P. . . . hole-in-the-wall . . . Gail . . . dedicated Happiness is: seeing joe basso not worried about something. Misery is : losing the booster club drive. Suppressed desire: to be middle- sex league champs in track. Winter track 2, 3, 4; Spring track 2, 3, 4; Vice-president 4; In- teract club; Senior class play 4; Carnival ball; Junior prom com- mittee; Senior prom committee. PATRICIA ANN BRUNING 12 Everett Street 4-Mac . . . Wakefield . . . cheer- leader ... 1 pledge allegiance? Happiness is: losing the collar, and being free. I ' ll never forget: the long and winding road, and the mfS. Comment: life is like a beer, once you lose your head you ' re finished. Gymnastic team 2, 3, 4; Major- ettes 2; Cheerleader 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Future teachers 3; Junior prom committee 3 Co-ed volley- ball 2, 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4; Homecoming committee 3. MICHAEL BROWN 33 Calthea Street surfer . . . the truck . . . Ho Jo’s . . . Sears Happiness is: finding surf where others haven ' t. Misery is: rushing to nahant after school to find no surf. Comment: to die free, we must live free from war. 46 GAIL BRYCE 540 Main Street Damon . . . poet . . . Gertrude . . . dreamer Happiness is: the free spirit of a soul artist. I ' ll never forget: nba, balloons at breakfast, four in the front seat, burlington babies, and cutting my foot. Comment: and so, this song has no words. Dance club 3, 4; Gym leader 4; Drama club 3; Artfest 3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming committee 3; Co-ed volleyball 2; Yearbook staff 4; Girls ' track 3, 4; Senior play committee 4. STEVEN M. BURKE 15 Collincote Street actor . . . Miss Tabb’s plague . . . Peanuts Happiness is: taking a physics test in the san deigo zoo. I ' ll never forget: finger springs. Comment: " the most incompre- hensible thing about the world is that it is so comprehensible.” a. einstein. Orchestra 1, 2; Drama festival 2, 3, 4; " Seeds” 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Senior class play 4; Dance band 2; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dance committee 1, 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Art fes- tival 2; Drama club 2, 3, 4; Car- nival ball 2, 3, 4. SUSAN JEAN BUCCHERI 7 ' Whipple Avenue artist . . . talkative . . . congenial . . . friendly Happiness is: friday nights. Misery is: ann ' s dog. I ' ll never forget: June 5th. Booster club drive; Future nurses ' ; Pep squad; Yearbook staff; Future teachers. GALE ANN CALIRI 113 Forest Street Meenie . . . barefeet . . . twin . . . skiing M isery is: my " best friend” I ' ll never forget: pulling zoo’s at juice ' s, 20-3, my twin sister, dig- ging out the wheels. Suppressed desire: t.g.k.u.b.j.k. Booster club; Glee club 1, 2, 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad representative 2; Future teachers 1, 2; Co-ed volleyball 2, 4; Bas- ketball 2; Gym leader 3, 4; Sen- ior class play 4; Senior dance 4; Senior prom committee 4 Year- book 4; Homecoming float com- mittee 3; Rally skit; Drama club 2; Twirp twirl 2. SHARON A. BURKE 15 Country Club Road Eddie . . . teller . . . pretty eyes . . . Hampton Happiness is: being with friends . . . december 20, 1968 Comment: let us be first to give a friendly sign, to nod first, smile first, speak first — and if such a thing is necessary — forgive first. Future teachers’ club; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ track 2; Co-ed volleyball 2, 4; Twirp twirl com- mittee 2; Homeroom representa- tive 2; Junior prom committee 3; Homecoming committee 3; Year- book 4; Student gym leader 4; Senior play committee 4; Senior prom committee 4; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNE CAMARDA 1 1 Kimball Drive Gary . . . " jobs” . . . Corvair . . . " fighto” Happiness is: being with gary. Misery is: not seeing gary. I’ll never forget: may 16th, 1968. Pep squad 2; library aide 1, 2. 47 LINDA ANN CAMPBELL 16 " Franklin Street artist . . . soup . . . sophisticated . . . musical Happiness was: " dangling con- versation” june 21 22, 1970. Misery is: keeping quiet. Comment: i ' m out! now what do i do?!? Choralettes 2; Spartan chorale 3, 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Carnival ball participant 2, 3, 4; Senior play 4; Yearbook staff 4; Spring concert 3. HENRIETTA B. CARD 85 Converse Street, Wakefield PAUL G. CAMPBELL 10 Harrison Street artistic . . . president . . . Jacque . . . hard worker Happiness is: getting to know people. Misery is: run off elections. Suppressed desire: to see the fighting stop. Class president 2, 3; Student council 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth action groups; Football 1; Basketball 2; Tennis 3; Intramurals; Commit- tees. DEBBIE J. CARLSON 34 Broadway " Miedries” . . . TH . . . Fellsway 2 . . . " phrog” I’ll never forget: G3496 Suppressed desire: to beat tom hayes in a race. Comment: i have a duty to my- self to wait until i do something i believe in. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 3, 4; Pep club 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4; Newspaper staff 4. ERANCIS M. CAPUANO 46 Country Club Road yellow Camaro . . . Bush . . . " Norway” . . . " Mitch” Happiness is: 1969 camaro. Misery is: p.e. junior year and rt. 95. I’ll never forget: four black cof- fees at ho jo’s and oct. 31, 1969. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodwind en- semble 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4. ANDREW CARROLL 15 Waterhouse Road Lynne . . . planet . . . basketball . . . Buzzy Misery is: guerrillas, sprints, loose ball drills. Suppressed desire: to coach ma- gilla for 1 day. Comment: life doesn’t consist of holding good cards, but in play- ing a poor hand well. Soccer 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ pep squad; Student council 2; Tennis 2; Gym leader 3, 4; Co-ed volleyljall 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee club 1; Senior patrol 4. 48 I WALTER J. CARROLL 28 Brookbridge Road " Jack” . . . Star . . . P.D. . . . talkative Happiness is: over the wall. Misery is: scum. Suppressed desire: to pay to see a drive-in movie. ANTHONY CERASUOLO 7 Rose Lane Tony . . . the lover . . . friendly . . . wise guy Happiness is: 36-24-36 I ' ll never forget: jerry ' s party Suppressed desire: n.b.a. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior pa- trol 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Baseball 1; Homecoming comm. 3 Weight lifting 2, 3, 4; co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Science club 1, 2; Home- room rep. 1; Senior skit 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Pep squad 3, 4; Jr. prom comm. 3. MARGARET L. CARSLEY 58 Pond Street spirited . . . independent ... al- ways a smile . . . vivacious I ' ll never forget: balloons for breakfast; that day at ogunquit; e block zoogies Comment: smile. Girls ' glee club 1, 2; Girls ' en- semble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Spring concert 3, 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Junior prom comm. 3; Senior prom comm. 4; French club 1, 2, 3, (treasurer — 4); Film club 3, 4; Homeroom rep. 1, 2, 4; Class officer .treasurer — 3, 4); PTL scholarship drive 3, 4; Sen- ior class play 4; yearbook 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN M. CHAMPA 146 Spring Street friendly . . . Nahant . . . Bobby . . . pretty eyes Happiness is: being with bobby I ' ll never forget: august 1st, 1969 ( n.h.) Suppressed desire: to travel around the world. Library aide 4; International re- lations 2; Yearbook 4; Future secretaries ' 4. ROBERT J. CASAGRANDI 6l Butel Avenue DONNA E. CHUTE 10 Waterhouse Road mouse . . . quiet . . . friendly petite . . . personality . . . quiet Happiness is: zigzag . . . spiro Happiness is: n.h. nights, ski agnew . . . the american flag. weekends. Misery is: getting up in the I’ll never forget: diggin’ out the morning and having to come to wheels; killington, s. c. school. Suppressed desire: to be normal. I’ll Never Forget: jr. year . . . future teachers’ 1, 2, 3; Glee club room 120 . . . colonial nuss ... A- ppr, r|,,b 1 2 4- Cn pA algebra 2 e. block. 3, 4; HoWom ngl Senior prom com. 4; Senior class play comm.; Senior class dance comm. 4; Yearbook; Twirp twirl 2; Drama club 2. 49 JUDITH ANN CIAMPI 171 Park Street Peter . . . " Green Eyed Lady” . . . personality ... elf shoes Happiness is: being with peter. Misery is: dropping peter’s trans- mission. I ' ll never forget: 69’s bookkeep- ing class, and senior prom. Pep squad 1, 2; Library aide 1, 2, 3; cretary club 3; Yearbook 4. KAREN MARIE CIROLI 15 Greystone Road Gange . . . pretty eyes . . . per- sonality . . . clothes Happiness is: across the street I’ll never forget: balloons for breakfast ... 4 in the front seat . . . burlington babies . . . my twin sister . . . h.r. 116. Comment: " and the sun poured in like butterscotch and stuck to all my senses” j.m. Yearbook 4; Senior play 4; Gym leader 4; Girls’ ensemble 4; Sen- ior prom comm. 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Co-ed volleyball 2; Spring concert 4; Carnival ball 4. KENNETH CICCIARELLA 119 Elm Street " cic” . . . command . . . police- man . . . personality Happiness is: being on my own. Misery is: when i’m told to do it, but i don’t. I’ll never forget: t.l.n.a.t.c. and that first night. Football 1, 2, 3; Gym leader; Senior patrol 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3; Weight lifting 2, 3, 4. JO-ANN CIULLA 46 Oak Street pretty eyes . . . outgoing . . . always a smile . . . Mayberry Happiness is: w.a.l.l.y.; sat. night I’ll never forget: oct. 17, ’69; i-z; j.p.; S.W.W.; d.d.a.c.h.; hr. 116. Comment: peach - " mutability makes the world go round.” Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Library aide 1, 2; Euture secretaries 1. CAROL-ANN CIMINA 38 Butler Avenue Minie . . . Bobby?? . . . " mental box” . . . poplain Happiness is: long weekends with b.u.d., getting a letter Misery is: june 30, 1970, s.t., crying, my horn Comment: time can pass so quickly, and suddenly the sun rises. Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Future teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; Traffic squad; Student gym leader; Co-ed vol- leyball; " Tearbook staff; Senior play comm.; Glee club 1, 2, 3; Dance comm.; Homecoming day comm.; Sr. class dance comm.; Junior prom comm.; Twirp twirl comm.; Senior tea. ALAN A. CLARK 12 Green Street Pandy . . . track star ... 6 foot- er, great personality Happiness is: crossing the finish line. I’ll never forget: junior english with bj deb val. Suppressed desire: to be as big as mr. rowell. Cross country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom rep. 2, 3. 50 RICHARD J. CODY 2 Cedar Avenue " BUG " a song for every occa- sion . . . handsome Happiness is: winning. Misery is: the bench. I ' ll never forget: the snowfort. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 1, 2, 3; Winter track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spartan chorale 2, 3, 4; Boys ' glee club 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANE CONLEY 51 Summerhill Street Paul . . . always on the go . . . nice dresser . . . great sense of humor Happiness is: paul. Misery is: walking to school on freezing cold days. I ' ll never forget: ' 63 bonneville . . . snow on the ground . . . milky scrambled eyes. Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; Library aide. DOUGLAS COFFIN 1 1 Keene Street good actor . . . nice eyes . . . silent minority . . . know the big secret Happiness is: the bell at 2:34 p.m. Suppressed desire: to graduate from s.h.s. Comment: four years later, i still hate this school. JANE CONLEY 187 Park Street Bruce . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . big mouth Happiness is: weekends. Misery is: narrow-minded peo- ple curfews. Suppressed desire: to live before I die. Pep club 1, 2, 3; Artfest 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Future teachers 1, 2; Gym leader 4; Girls ' track 2; Senior class play comm. 4; Car- nival ball 3, 4; Dance comm. 1, 2 . MICHAEL COGAN 2 Prospect Street hojo ' s . . . bull . . . Gilchrist . . . shoes Happiness is: no school. Misery is: coming to school. I ' ll never forget: my senior year. NANCY CONNORS 25 Brookbridge Road C.C. i-s-h . . . hockey games . . . talkative Happiness is: talking, talking and more talking. I ' ll never forget: hockey games . . . " double mint, " the zoo at duonolo ' s all nighter. Comment: life is like an onion, you peel it off one layer at a time, and sometimes you weep, (c. Sandburg) . Traffic squad 3; Future secretaries 3; French club 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' inter- national relations; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Intramural field hockey 1; Co- ed volleyball 1; Senior class play comm. 4. 51 DEBBE CORNWELL 6 Marshall Road Tom . . . providence . . . sweet . . . good friend Happiness is: 100 efts . . . provi- dence . . . auntie gil. I’ll never forget: big indians on small pins. Comment: " to be there, is to re- member.’’ melanie. Choralettes 2; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2, 3; Senior play 4; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 2, 3, 4; Latin club 3. DOROTHY A. CROCKER 12 Lucy Street stubborn . . . flirtatious . . . talkative Happiness is: being me . . . smil- ing . . . having fun with friends . . . laughing. Suppressed desire: to make love, not war. Comment: the greatest thing is to get high on life with love. Artfest 1, 2, 3, 4; Ensemble 4; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Choralettes 2; Drama club 1, 2, 4; Drama fest 2, 4; Future secretaries 4; Gym leader 4; Library aide 1, 2; Pep squad 4; Senior play 4; Sen- ior tea 3; Yearbook 4; Spartan chorale 3, 4; Spring concert 2, 3,4. VALERIE CORREIRO 25 Fellsmerr Avenue nice clothes . . . nahant beach . . . Joey . . . cape 70 Happiness is: being with joey. I’ll never forget: the summer of " 70” . . . down the cape . . . junior english with Pandy. Suppressed desire: to travel around the world. Future teachers 1; Yearbook 4; International relations ' 2. DAVID CROWLEY 78 Summer Street quiet . . . friendly . . . cook. Misery is: the office . . . stone- ham. I’ll never forget: when i was not in school. Suppressed desire: to get out of school. NANCY E. COSTELLO 132 Collincote Street friendly . . . baby kil . . . dear Happiness is: ten in the car at the drive-in. Misery is: having a top locker. Comment: man and his world. Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama club 2, 3; Spartan chorale 4; Year- book 4; Girls’ ensemble 4; Fu- ture secretaries 3, 4; Spring con- cert 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Senior class play comm. 4. CHERYL CUCINUTTA 1 1 George Street moe . . . majorette . . . California dream . . . eyes Misery is: when a " friend” moves away. I’ll never forget: pulling zoos at juice’s . . . 20-3 ... 1, 2, 3 shoot. Suppressed desire: to finish 2. Majorettes 3, 4; Glee club 1, 2, 3; Pep squad 1, 2; Future teach- ers 1, 2; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecom- ing comm. 3; Carnival ball 3, 4; Sr. class play comm. 4; Senior dance comm. 4; Gym leader 4; Senior prom comm. 4. 52 I 1 JOHN CULLEN 51 Lindenwood Road professional . . . personality . . . hockey player . . . flirt I’ll never forget; the pink ele- phants . . .t.l.n.a.t.c. Suppressed desire; to play at st. andrews with l.h. Comment; i.h.t.g.d.s.s.f.y.f. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4. STEVE ALLERTON CUSHMAN 7 Pine Street quiet . . . sincere . . . nice , . . friendly Happiness is; being with my friends. Misery is; corvairs. I ' ll never forget; gilchrists Baseball 2. MARJORIE A. CUNNIFF 3 Carleda Road Margie . . . musical . . . friendly Misery is; bomb scares. I’ll never forget; finger springs; spartan chorale; " hi honey.’’ Comment; patterns still remain on the wall where darkness fell, and it’s fitting that it should for in darkness i must dwell. Like a rat in a maze the path before me lies and the pattern never alters until the rat dies. p. simon. Girls’ ensemble 3; Spartan chor- ale 3, 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Gym leader 4; Spring concert 3, 4; Latin club 2. 3. PATRICK DALY 38 Spring Street handsome . . . intelligent . . . total individualist . . . class — even in the barn. Happiness is; graduation. Misery is ; these questions. Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Track 2; Boys’ pep squad; Senior patrol; Gym leader 3, 4. ! MATTHEW CURRAN 4 Paula Avenue " pretty shifty’’ . . . Joe’s bar grill . . . lead stomach . . . lite-up Happiness is; the 2:34 bell mon- day through friday. Misery is: eating 4th lunch. Suppressed desire: to graduate from high school. Winter track 1, 2; Cross country 1; Basketball 1. THOMAS JOHN JOSEPH DALY 200 Leisure Lane camera . . . Debbie . . . friendly . . D.J. Happiness is: e. g. block studies. Misery is: gym, first period on mondays. I’ll never forget: mr. orman. D.J. at dances 4; Audio visual aids 4; Photography club 4. ROBERT DANIELS 1 1 Dean Street 22 . . . nice looking . . . " where the girls are” . . . Martha Happiness is: a certain lieuten- ant. Misety is: dave fiore in the shower room. I’ll never forget: seeing the cape from the back of dick watren’s truck. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter track 3, 4; Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Graduation usher 3; Weight lifting 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4. DANIEL DAWSON 2 Berkley Street great driver . . . tall and blonde . . . from J.P.’s in 20 minutes . . . big feet. Happiness is: not getting caught. Misery is: not knowing where you are going. Suppressed desire: to be able to drive normally. Yearbook 4; Senior patrol 4. CAROLYN DAVIS 21 Elizabeth Road scruples . . . Ian . . . Ecc. 3; 1-8 . . . bahimsa Suppressed desire: to talk to clouds and get an answet. Comment: today’s child sheds no tears, has no regrets, knows no tomorrow. Girls’ track 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Choralettes 2; Future teachers 1, 2. EDWARD J. DAY 15 Gordon Road friendly . . . quiet . . . freckles Happiness is: 4 years at stone- ham high. Misery is: a snowy school day. I’ll never forget: a bomb scare in the rain. Science club 1; Hockey 2. PATTIE D’AVOLIO 107 Forest Street ' Tm gonna do it anyway” . . . york beach romper ... 5 peace . . . down writer Happiness is: getting away from all the downs for awhile . . . get- ting funny. Misery is: having obligations you want no part of, but feel obli- gated to fulfill. Suppressed desire: to free myself from all inhibitions. Drama club 1; Future teachers 2; Student council 3; Yearbook 4; Literary club 4; Seeds 4. ROBERT DEARTH 1 1 Lawndale Road 89 . . . DT . . . lurch . . . sequoia Happiness is: 75 for 84 as of 10 9 70. I’ll never forget: the keg and how dill and i stole it. Comment: " short, quick, choppy steps . . .” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 4; Class presi- dent 1; Student council 1; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Weight-lifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 54 PHIL DECHERT 6 Wildwood Lane quiet? . . . artistic . . . wary Happiness is: chewing gum. Misery is: getting caught. Suppressed desire: make love not war. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ glee club 1, 2, 4; Spartan chorale 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 4; Senior patrol 3,4. JANICE M. DENEHY 15 Myopia Road Jan . . . freckles . . . quiet . . . friendly Happiness is: being with friends and understanding. Misery is: a rainy day. Comment: " Let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing.” Spartan chorale 4; Choralettes 2; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4; Future teachers’ 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; French club 3, 4; Girls’ glee club 1, 2, 3, 4; Field hockey manager 3; Spring concert 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Senior play commit- tee 4. KAREN P. DELVENTAL 59 Norval Avenue nice looking . . . easy-going . . . friendly. Happiness is: to love and be loved; b. -f c. I’ll never forget: april 4, 1970; summer of ’69. Comment: " gather your wits and hold on fast, your mind must learn to roam.” Pep squad 1, 2, 4; Newspaper staff 2; Yearbook staff 4; Spar- tan chorale 4; Future nurses’ club 2; Carnival ball 4; Spring concert 4; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3. MARY A. DENEHY 15 Washington Avenue sneakers . . . laughing . . . nutty . . . Happiness is: the little things. Misery is: having your picture taken. I’ll never forget: the summer of ’69 and number 19. Future secretaries’ 2, 4; Future teachers’ 3; Yearbook staff 4; Li- brary aide 3; Pep squad 2, 3. BARBARA J. DEMPSEY 45 Broadway Barb . . . theatrical . . . good driver . . . friend Happiness is: turkeys and long phone calls, and making it. I’ll never forget: ancient history class, this crazy year, and may 3, 1970. Comment: " better by far that you should forget and smile than that you should remember and be sad.” Dance club 3; Pep club 2, 3, 4; (senior rep — 4); Drama club 1, 2, 3, 4; (President 3, 4) Drama festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior play 4; Latin club 1; Rally skit 4; Traffic squad 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Spar- tan chorale 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; " In concert” 3; Booster club drive 2, 3,4. TODD DENISON 12 Governor Road motorcycles . . . the pastime . . . nice looking Misery is: cold mornings and only two wheels. I’ll never forget: summer ' 70 with d.g. Suppressed desire: to skate-board down the side of hover dam. Senior patrol 4; Spring track 1. 55 LESLIE DENNIS 5 Sheffield Road " L.D.” . . . Lesbee . . . surfer . . . always laughing Misery is: no papers after school. I’ll never forget: The cape, lake george, summer of ’69, and the big turkey at thanksgiving. Suppressed desire: To surf ni- agara falls. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Senior patrol 4; ' Weight-lifting. GARY DEPALMA 10 Brackett Avenue Anne . . . latin-lover . . . cars . . . dune buggy power Happiness is: when you’re going to have a test and the teacher is absent. Misery is: getting a notice from the office. I’ll never forget: anne marie. Glee club; Baseball; Senior patrol 4; Booster club. JACQUELYN DERY 31 Hillside Avenue drill . . . Jimmy . . . captain Happiness is : having someone special. Misery is: being alone. I’ll never forget: march 13, 1970. Gym leader 3; Glee club 1, 2; Future secretary 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Dance club 2; PTL schol- arship drive 1, 2. DENISE DEROECK 14 Evergreen Road quiet . . . easy going . . . pretty red hair . . . sailing Happiness is: a paul newman movie. Misery is: being caught in the rain after setting my hair. I’ll never forget: what’s his name. Tennis 3; Senior play committee 4; Future teachers’ club 1. VINCENT DEPIERRO 25 DeWitt Road Vinnie . . . whitehorse beach . . . down on my last quarter . . . ' 52 Ford Happiness is: 2:34 friday after- noon. Misery is: school lunches, and the new york giants. I’ll never forget: when the bruins won the Stanley cup. Senior patrol 4. LEN DESIMONE 205 Franklin Street friendly . . . quiet . . . athletic Suppressed desire: to express my- self without being misinterpreted Comment: it is better to let one do, at his own will, rather than forcing one’s pleasure. I’ll never forget: stoneham 21 melrose 14 — football locker room antics. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Hockey 1; Bas- ketball 2; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Senior pa- trol. 56 NEIL A. DETESO 149 Central Street Dietz . . . hockey . . . bluberry . . . friendly Happiness is: d.q. seven nights a week. Misery is: a minute for some- thing I didn ' t do. Suppressed desire: to write a book. Football 1; Cross country 2; Soc- cer 3, 4; Spring track 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4. DIANE DILLON 33 Washington Street what ' s his name . . . considerate . . . friendly. Happiness is: c block, junior year. Suppressed desire: to do a val- deze. Comment: i expect to pass through this world but once, any good therefore that I do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. let me not defer or neglect it, for i shall not pass this way again . . . grellett. Pep club 3, 4; Drama club 1; Future nurses ' 2; PTL scholarship drive 3; Senior play committee 4; Yearbook staff 4; Future secre- taries ' 4; Mixed chorus 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH DICARLO 6 Mayflower Drive nice looking . . . " carroll’s” . . . always happy ... fill her up Happiness is: telling a teacher where to go! Misery is: when she tells you where to go! I ' ll never forget: the junior prom. Basketball 1, PTL scholarship drive 2, 3; Senior play 4; Senior patrol 4; Weight lifting 2, 3; Booster club drive 2; H.R. rep. 1. JANICE DIGANGI 5 Fellsmere Avenue Peter . . . hockey . . . melrose boys . . . friendly Happiness is: being with peter. Misery is: leaving m.r. -f- boys behind. Suppressed desire: to own a 1971 vet, and walk on water. International relations’ 1, 2; Year- book staff 4; Library staff; Future secretaries 3, 4. RICHARD C. DIMARE 29 Lawndale Road Marie . . . bunting . . . gullible . . . nice-looking Happiness is: 1 -t- 1, a good throw Misery is: getting lost, two dif- ferent socks, bunting. I ' ll never forget: the old man in the woods. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Gym leader; Senior pa- trol 4. MARY DIMARCO 43 Maple Street quiet . . . considerate . . . friend- ly .. . smart Happiness is: having an activity during gym class. Misery is: double-period labs. I ' ll never forget: the leisurely lunch periods and the excellent food in our cafeteria. 57 PASQUALE DI PLACIDO 10 Parkway Road best beard . . . bike . . . cut up . . . always laughing Happiness is: freaked out on a bike. Misery is: detention and gym makeup. Suppressed desire: California. Winter track 1; Carnival ball 3. JOAN M. DOWNING 20 Oak Street Don . . . boys . . . lieutenant . . . friendly Happiness is: m.b.a., having someone there, 6+1. I’ll never forget: " 1, 2, 3, shoot!” Comment: " the only things that count in life are the imprints of love which we leave behind us after we are gone.” a. schweitzer. Pep club 1; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance club 2, 3, 4; Ma- jorettes 2, 3; Lieutenant 4; Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4; Junior prom comm. 3; Homecoming comm. 3; Student gym leader 4; Yearbook staff 4; Girls’ track 3; PTL drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Future teachers’ 1, 2; Traffic squad 3, 4; Homeroom rep. 2; Traffic squad 3, 4; Carni- val ball 2, 3. MARIE DOOLING 52 High Street sensitive, considerate . . . smiling . . . sincere Happiness is: parties. Misery is: talking Spanish. I’ll never forget: guitar with jeff. Library aide 3, 4; Future teachers 3; Pep club 3, 4; Tennis 4; Fu- ture secretaries’ 4. JANET DOYLE 8 Whipple Avenue personality plus . . . active . . . friendly . . . quiet I’ll never forget: salem, ann sneezing; the men; kitt’s; getting stuck in Carroll’s parking lot, elaine’s land speed record. Suppressed desire: to own an eldorado. Comment: " is it an el dorado?” Pep squad 2, 4; Artfest 3; Year- book staff 4; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Office aide 2; News- paper 1; Drama club 1. MARK DORE 179 Franklin Street . . . born to be wild . . . " live free or die” . . . lover of the good times Happiness is: w ' hen you’re hav- ing more than one. I’ll never forget: abajohona’s junkyard. Comment: draft beer, not stu- dents. Cross country 1; Basketball 1; Spring track 2; Volleyball 2-, 3; Senior patrol 4. PATRICIA DRISCOLL 28 Maple Street witty . . . pretty hair . . . inde- pendent . . . sewing Happiness is: 28 snow days. Misery is: 6:30 monday morn- ing. Suppressed desire: to be rich. Girls’ ensemble 4; French club 4; Latin club 3; Pep club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Senior play commit- tee 4; Future teachers’ 3. 4. 58 CHARLES D. DUFF 20 Waverly Street Diane . . . regular attendance . . . great kid . . . bike Happiness is: seeing the cape from the back of a truck. Misery is: my father-in-law ( meatball ) . I ' ll never forget: grandma’s win- dow. Football 1, 2; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4. DELIA J. DUPLESSIS Apt. 54c 68 Main St., Stoneham nice accent . . . regal . . . attrac- tive . . . sophisticated Happiness is: hearing a teacher pronounce my name correctly. Misery is: walking to school in two feet of snow. Comment: i want to thank all my friends at stoneham high who have made me feel welcome in a new country. Girls’ international relations 2; Future nurses’ 2; Library aide 2, 3; Senior tea 3; Future secre- taries’ 4. BARBARA DUNN 523 Main Street with it . . . quiet . . . pretty hair . . . independent Happiness is: going to Pennsyl- vania. Misery is: staying in on week- ends. I’ll never forget: the week of July 12. Library aide 1, 2; Senior tea 3. CHARLES EATON 43 Hancock Street daring . . . likes movement and excitement . . . pizza Happiness is: 3 day vacations. I’ll never forget: the tracks. Comment: (my favorite pastime is the office) . NANCY C. DUONOLO 5 Grant Street Lucy . . . riot . . . P.D. . . . sophs Happiness is: having more than one! -I- no. 1. I’ll never forget: a falling star, the hook, and being called lucy. Comment: i knew your joy and your pain, and in your sleep your dreams were my dreams . . . gibran. Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Traffic squad 3, 4; Guidance aide 4; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee club 3; PTL schol- arship drive 3, 4; Future teach- ers’ 3; Yearbook 4; Senior play committee 4; Homecoming com- mittee 3; Future secretaries 3; Girls’ track 3; Carnival ball 3; ' Volleyball 2, 3. THOMAS J. EICHER 29 Upland Road sharp dresser . . . ladies’ man . . . tom-tom . . . jense of humor Happiness is: meeting new peo- ple. Misery is: losing old friends. I’ll never forget: the first day of school. Winter track 1, 2, 3; Spring track 2, 3; Cross country 3. 59 DONALD ELLIOTT 3 Longbow Road Sue . . . California . . . Dr. Pitt . . . homeward bound Happiness is: a barley chopper. Misery is: santanrar. I ' ll never forget: susan. Suppressed desire: California. Football; Radio club; Senior play. DIANE ELMASIAN 14 Erickson Street " Amelia” . . . touraines’ . . . marshfields . . . lovely voice Happiness is: the weekends. Misery is: waking up to a rainy day. I’ll never forget: the time i was in the senior play. Yearbook staff 4; Senior play 4; Carnival ball 4. KATHLEEN ELLIS 20 Shumway Circle petite . . . tennis . . . library . . . original Happiness is: parties. Misery is: Spanish " e” block. I’ll never forget: Sunday 10 4 70 Future nurses’ 1; Girls’ interna- tional relations’ 1; Library aide; Tennis; Yearbook 4; Booster club 2; Pep squad; Future secretaries’. DIANNE M. FAMA 7 Country Club Road pretty . . . giggles . . . twin Happiness is: w. g., surprises. Misery is: always answering, " no, she’s not my sister.” Comment: man exists for the sake of one another, teach them, then, or bear with them. Gym leader 3, 4; Girls’ track 2; Pep squad 1, 2, 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Yearbook staff 4; Senior dance committee 4; Senior play 4, Glee club 1, 2, 3; Future secretary- ( treasurer 3 ) ; Booster club drive 2, 3, 4; P’TL scholar- ship drive 3, 4; Homecoming committee 4. JAMES ELLS 60 Stevens Street . . . Ellsie. . . friendly . . . original Happiness is: connie. Misery is: a bummer. I’ll never forget: everything i re- member, f.t.p., strawberry fields. Homecoming; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3. JAMES MICHAEL FARRELL 9 Marie Avenue captain ... Jo ... 81 .. . Jimbo Happiness is: having a fire drill in mr. rowell’s room; jo m. Misery is : losing a baseball game and practicing with coach mc- gillicuddy the next day. I’ll never forget: stoneham high school and playing sports. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, (Co-captain 4); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-captain 4; Homecoming committee 3; Sen- ior dance committee 4. 60 LINDA MARIE FAVA 4 Oak Ridge Road sweet . . . cute . . . studious I’ll never forget: what to remem- ber. Suppressed desire: to have a free mind. Comment: one can do without people, but one has a need of a friend. Orchestra 1, 2; Latin club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ ensemble 4; Pep club 4; Future teachers’ 4; Senior class play committee 4; Seeds 4; Year- book 4; Senior tea committee 3. CHERYL FEINDEL 280 Main Street Paul . . . wigs . . . artistic Happiness is: living in a world of my own, and sharing it with someone i love. Misery is: being alone on a rainy day. Suppressed desire: to be a chip- munk. Future nurses’ club 2, 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Pen pal club 3; Girls’ intramural track 3. SARA FAZIO 7 Greenview Road nice clothes . . . caddy . . . lots of fun . . . Jordan Marsh Happienss is: m. f. 8. Misery is: watching the clock all night. I’ll never forget: ring dings un- der the table. Guidance aide 3, 4; office 4; Pep club 2, 3; Yearbook staff 4; Co- ed volleyball 2; Drama club 2. MARGARET FIELDS 9 Cedar Avenue " Susan” . . . athletic . . . friendly Happiness is: doing the things i want to do. Suppressed desire: to hear people the first time. Basketball 2, 4; Softball 2, 4; Or- chestra 2; Pep squad 2, 3, 4; French club 3; Senior class play 4; ' Varsity scholar 2, 3. ROBERT LAWRENCE FEE 503 Main Street afro . . . Fredricks . . . Fee Fee Happiness is: obtaining two bruins tickets anywhere at any- time. Misery is: an all-nighter in bos- ton. I’ll enver forget: ten years after at the tea party. DAVID FIORE 146 Franklin Street 33 . . . sarcastic . . . buttons Happiness is: " turkey day.” Misery is: no alcoholic beverages during football. I’ll never forget: the night of ribpsy’s go-cart. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Intramural wrestling 3; Student gym leader 3; Senior patrol 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3. 61 SHEILA FOLEY 5 Standish Road artistic . . . musical . . . friendly Happiness is: good country mu- sic. Misery is: fish with no tartar sauce. Suppressed desire: to be a gym teacher. Girls’ international relations ' ; Yearbook staff 4; Senior play 4; Carnival ball 4. LYNETTE FISKE 5 5 Main Street the Cape . . . Mr. Chips . . . Mae West . . . alfalfa Misery is: thumbing laws; and the eastham police. I’ll never forget: framingham fats and the balloons on the surf- boards. Comment: too much of a good thing can be wonderful. Drama club, Mixed chorus. DEBORAH M. FORREST 429 William Street cape cod . . . original I’ll never forget: s h green stamps. Comment: nobody doesn’t like saralee (except me). Student council 1, 2, 3, 4; Field hockey 1; Gymnastics’ club 3; Pep club 1, 2, 3; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 4. STACEY JEAN FORBES 10 Cliff Street coquette . . . lively ... 20 lashes . . . cute Happiness is: being accepted. I’ll never forget: c.d. . . . the duck on the truck . . . w.s.p. . . . a.m.m. party. Comment: the problems of life are to make us better not bitter, absence makes the heart grow fonder, vaya con dios. Booster club 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Jr. prom comm. 3; Yearbook 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Dance club 2, 3, 4; Homecom- ing comm. 3; Sr. dance 4; Intra- mural field hockey 2; Jr. dance comm. 3; Future teachers’ 2; Gym leader 3. BONNIE FRASER 3 Raymond Road the cape . . . quiet . . . sense of humor Happiness is: the cape. I’ll never forget: September 13, 1970 and the sunrise. Comment: as the last embers of the pipe die out, an indian falls asleep on the couch. Future secretaries’; Mixed chorus; Drama club. ALFRED FORTINI 85 Elm Street caterer . . . joker . . . midget Happiness is: e block at carrolls, burger king and the d.q. Misery is: the school lunches. Suppressed desire: to be 6 ' 1 " and 180 lbs. 62 DOTTIE GALIPEAU 104 Summer Street little . . . cute . . . friendly Happiness is: skiing Misery is: my old man I’ll never forget: july 18, new Hampshire. Girls’ glee club; Mixed chorus. JEAN GARGANO 48 Lee Street quiet . . . personable . . . friendly Happiness is: having a test post- poned that you didn’t study for. Misery is: gym a block. Suppressed desire: to see peace in the world. Future secretaries’ 3, 4; Pep squad 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. STEPHEN F. GANGE 8 Greystone Road Karen . . . ' Willy . . . gullible Happiness is: being with Karen. I’ll never forget: " the led Zeppe- lin concert.’’ Comment: he who would have no trouble in the world must not be born in it. Co-ed volleyball; Weight lifting. ELIZABETH GEARY 9 Emerald Court Betty . . . always smiling . . . friendly Happiness is: friday nights — Saturday mornings. Misery is: monday mornings. I’ll never forget: the summer of ’’69” (cranberry inn); moose. Girls’ glee club 1, 2; Office aide 3; Mixed chorus 2, 3; Pep squad 2, 3, 4; Future secretaries’ 3; Yearbook 4. ROBERT GARDNER 24 Bow St. Ct. eyes . . . mysterious . . . individ- ual Happiness is: ten years after I’ll never forget: c.s.n.t.y. Suppressed desire: to do it. Spring track 2, 3, 4; Cross coun- try 3; Latin club 1; PTL drive. KATHY GERAGOSIAN 4 Lincoln Street Wakefield . . . Gera . . . major- ette . . . friendly I’ll never forget: the long and winding road; 1, 2, 3 . . . shoot. Suppressed desire: to play the drums. Comment: three grand essentials to his happiness in life are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for. j. addison. Pep squad 1, 2; Carnival ball 3; Majorettes 3, 4; Gym leader 4; Tennis 3; Future secretaries’ 4; Yearbook 4; Senior tea 3; Future nurses’ 1; Booster club 2, 3. 63 MICHAEL GARY GERAGOSIAN 118 Franklin Street flirt . . . nice clothes . . . friendly . . . great personality Happiness is; going to harvey’s and girls. Misery is: getting caught . . . shs . . . being mistaken for rango by mr. orman and getting detention. Comment: a man is rich in pro- portion to the number of things which he can afford to leave alone, popcorn, plastic people, gumby . . . " cool-to” Pep squad 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Baseball 1; Boys’ tennis 2, 3, 4; Cross country 2; Class officer (Treasurer — 2); Studenr coun- cil 3; Football 1; Jr. prom comm. 3; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Home- coming comm. 3. ELAINE PAULA GILLIS 15 Margaret Road active . . . talkative . . . Eddie Happiness is: friday nights-Sat- urday mornings, mickey mouse, knowing the judge, getting stuck in Carroll’s parking lot. I’ll never forget; salem; ann sneezing; kitty’s; the judge; 11th grade homeroom. Comment: what color is it now, elaine? red. Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Booster club 2, 3, 4; Glee club 12; Mixed chorus 4; Office aide 1, 2, 3; Newspaper 1, 2; Co-ed volleyball 3; Drama club 1; Creative writing 1; Jr. prom comm. 3; Artfest 1, 2; Carnival ball 4. MARTHA A. GIANNOCCARI 21 Albion Avenue lieutenant . . . homecoming . . . seamstress Happiness is: an apple . . . the car at seven. I’ll never forget: 22 . . . the orange dingy . . . 1, 2, 3, . . . shoot. Comment: the happiest people seem to be those who have no particular reason for being happy except that they are. Spring concert 1; Future nurses’ 1; PTL drive 1, 2; Pep squad 1, 2; Homeroom rep. 2; Twirp twirl comm. 2; French club 2, 3; Graduation marshall 3; Jr. prom comm. 3; Homecoming 3; Girls’ tennis 3, 4; Senior tea 3; Carni- val ball 3; Majorettes 3, Lieuten- ant 4; Traffic squad 3, 4; Year- book 4. THOMAS GOULD 235 Green Street artistic . . . Kathy . . . beatle Happiness is: kathy. Misery is: driving all night long with nothing to do. Comment: i’m glad i was taught in stoneham high, i think it’s a great school and it will go far. LEONARD JOHN GIUGGIO 173 Franklin Street musical . . . talented . . . fun- loving Misery is; killing yourself to get to work on time after school, only to find out you don’t have to work. I’ll never forget: may 8 and oper- action s. Sup pressed desire: to make the honor roll. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Greater bostonians 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; North- east district band 3, 4; Dance band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spartan chorale 3, 4. CHARLES G. GOVATOS 1 Gerry Street quiet . . . studious . . . friendly Happiness is: summer vacation. Misery is: the beginning of school. I’ll never forget: the time that I was late for gym. 64 LINDA GRAHAM 24 Cherry Avenue Fred . . . sincere . . . great per- sonality Happiness is: being with fred. I ' ll never forget: august 5, 1969; n.h.; summer of 1970 d.a. Suppressed desire: a trip to italy, to go to business school. International relations’ 1, 2, 3; Pep squad 2, 3; Office aide 3; Yearbook 4; Library aide 3, 4; Future secretaries’ 4. RICHARD GRAHAM 24 Cherry Avenue quiet . . . hair . . . friendly Happiness is: pepparel moto- cross, middleboro. Misery is: having my bike in the shop. Suppressed desire: the farm. WAYNE CURTIS GRIFFITH 6 Elaine Road nice clothes . . . quiet . . . friend- ly- Happiness is: wells beach, me. long blonde hair. Misery is: having to work while at the beach. Suppressed desire: polish am- bassador to mongolia. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring track 3; Senior patrol 4. JUSTINE MARIE GRAFTON 60 Collincote Street Walter . . . Lane’s . . . nice hair Happiness is: being alive and sharing the wonders of others. Misery is: the lack of understand- ing and communication. Suppressed desire: to be a poli- tician. Future teachers’ 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; French club 3, 4; Year- book 4; Office aide 2. DAVID GRASSO 27 Oak Street intellectual . . . quiet . . . friendly Happiness is: " turkey day.” Misery is: two straight lecture periods in science. I’ll never forget: short, quick choppy steps. Science club 1, 2, 3, 4; Telescope comm. 2, 3, 4; Latin club 1, 2; Chess club 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, (Manager, 4); Winter track 3, 4; Spring track 3, 4; Homeroom represen- tative 3; Yearbook staff 4 ; Na- tional honor society 3, 4. Happiness is: being happy. Suppressed desire: to be a truck driver. I’ll never forget: washing 500 slides. Yearbook 4; Senior patrol 4; Senior class play 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Latin club 3, 4; Football 1; Soccer 3. GEOFFREY GREEN 16 Newcomb Road good temperament . . . witty . . . different 65 ALAN S. GROMETSTEIN 198 Franklin Street Happiness is: a’s on mr. Jordan’s tests. Misery is : 3 auditorium studies in a row. Comment: school is bearable if you can survive after eating lunch. Telescope club 2, 3; French club 3; science club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. NEIL G. GUSSMAN 4l Oak Street Donna . . . mechanics . . . " where is Neil e block?” . . .tall Happiness is: being with donna. I ' ll never forget: e block at the china moon. Suppressed desire: to drive a digger. PATRICIA LUCIA GUIDE 24 Avalon Road shades . . . Steve . . . friendly, always smiling Happiness is: singing in the car- nival ball. I’ll never forget: how happy i felt the first time i saw stoneham beat melrose. Suppressed desire: to become a seamstress or a good singer . Library aide 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4. SUSAN M. GUNNING 20 Danby Road Chris . . . D.D. . . . nice eyes . . . friendly Happiness is: chris. Misery is: getting up at 5 a.m. weekend mornings. I’ll never forget: the junior prom. Future teachers’ 1, 2; Drama dub 1; Field hockey 1; Co-ed volley- ball 2, 3; Intramural softball 1; French club 1; Booster dub 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls international relations’ 2; Pep squad 1, 2. JOANNE HAGGERTY 35 Warren Street " Hag” . . . Don . . . livewire . . . cute Happiness is: making a fleet- footed farmer happy and a hallo- ween horror show. Suppressed desire: to make our dreams come to reality. Comment: i do my thing, and you to your thing, i am not in this world to live up to your ex- pectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you, and i am i. and if by chance we find each other, it’s beautiful — f.s.p. Band parent tag day 1; Junior prom comm. 3; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2; Band 1,2, Dance committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl 2; PTL scholarship drive 1, 2, 3; Senior play 4; Future teachers 1, 2, 3; Booster dub drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior prom comm. 4; Film club 3; Homeroom representative 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ track 2; Spring concert 1, 2; Spartan spokesman 1,2; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3. JAMES M. GUYER 12 Evans Road Denise . . . intelligent . . . D.Q. . . . cars Happiness is: being with denise. Misery is: being alone. Comment: books and school alone do not make a full life. One needs a good friend to make it all worthwhile. Science club 1, 2, 3; Telescope club 3; Interact club 4. 66 1 EILEEN HAMILTON ■ 200 Main Street " Ei” . . . sly . . . 17 . . . " you’re kidding! " Happiness is: the m.f. 8, 17. I ' ll never forget; ring dings un- der the table — the long and , winding road 17 — " 1968. " I Comment: time is too slow for I those who wait, too fast for those who grieve, but for those [. who love, time is eternity. Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed |. volleyball 1, 2; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Junior prom 3; Year- I book staff 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 2. I MARIE E. HANLON 17 Drummond Road dancer . . . " Ester” . . . versatile . . . Rick Happiness is: 10 4- 10 m.b.a. I’ll never forget: the hook, scheming, number one aggra- vator, my hendrix. Comment: we’re captive on the carousel of time, we can’t return, we can only look behind. Class treasurer 1; Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Student coun- cil 2; Dance club 3, 4; Gradua- tion usher 3; Gym leader 3; Guidance aide 4; Office aide 3; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Jr. prom comm. 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior skit 4; Booster club 1, 2, 3. THERESA J. HARMON 5 Myrtle Street Terry . . . fire engine 62 . . . thinker . . . N.H. Happiness is: winter skiing in n.h. Suppressed desire: to find myself. Comment: may the cloud you ride fly high all the time. PATRICIA HANSON 198 Hancock Street N.H. . . . leader . . . Brian . . . eternal triangle Happiness is: making someone happy; a warm bear rug; a greek god Suppressed desire: to be an optimist. Comment; " to love is to admire with the heart; to admire is to love with the mind.” Creative writing club 3; Latin club 1, 2; Yearbook Co-editor); Softball 2, 3; National honor so- ciety 3, 4; Girls’ state 3; Booster club 1, 2, 3; Jr. prom comm. 3; Sr. prom comm. 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; PTL drive 1, 2, 3; Varsity scholar 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, Co-capt. 4. DONNA M. HANSIS 43 Lindenwood Road Larry . . . congenial ... hi! . . . but I’m not Debbie! Happiness is: being with larry and having friends. I’ll never forget: july 28, " 69” and my senior year. Comment: but where is what i started for so long ago? and why is it yet unfound? — wait whit- man. Latin club 1; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ international relations’ 2, 3; Creative writing club 3; Yearbook 4; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior dance comm. 4; Sen- ior play comm. 4. KATHRYN A. HARRINGTON 15 Flint Avenue friendly . . . quiet . . . Dodge . . . Gilchrist Happiness is: friendship. Suppressed desire: to be a pro- fessional flutist. Comment: let your happiness shine. Band 1, 2, 3; Woodwind ensem- ble 3; Girls’ glee club 1, 2; Choralettes 2; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Future teachers’ club 1, 2, 4; French club 3, 4; Senior class dance comm. 4; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spring con- cert 1, 2, 3, 4 Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Senior play comm. 4. 67 RUTH E. HARRISON 35 Stevens Street Rufus . . . cheerful ... a nice person to know . . . quiet Happiness is: spartan chorale. I’ll never forget: 7th grade. Suppressed desire: to write a book. International relations 1; Carni- val ball 2, 3, 4; Senior play comm. 4; Yearbook 4; Girls’ glee club 1,2; Girls’ ensemble 4; Gym leader 4; Softball 2, 3, 4. EDWARD HILL 8 Sunrise Avenue Quiet . . . sincere . . . smart . . . he’ll go far ! Happiness is: friday afternoons. Misery is: french. Suppressed desire: to help im- prove the world we live in. Science club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Spring track 2, 3; Co-ed vol- leyball 2; Weightlifting 3, 4; Gym leader 3, 4. THOMAS C. HAYES 215 Franklin Street Flash . . . Deb . . . captain . . . record breaker Suppressed desire: to win an Olympic gold medal in the mara- thon. Comment: it’s beautiful. Cross country 1, 2, 3, 4 (captain 4); Hockey 1; Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter track 2, 3, 4; Latin club 1, 2; Spartan spokesman 1; Science club 2, 3; National hon- or society 3, 4. MADELINE M. HINERMAN 14 Colonial Court Matt . . . D.D. . . . outgoing . . . livewire Happiness is: being with matt. Misery is: waiting for someone. NANCY HESELTON 15 So. Hillside Street long hair . . . Reading . . . sur- prising . . . the girls Happiness is: being free. Misery is: hypocrites. Suppressed desire: to travel. Future secretaries club; Pep squad; Future teachers’ club. JOHN HOLMES 200 Pk. Terrace Dr. Apt. 244 brother of D.S. . . . ?? new in town . . . high jumper . . . nice looking Happiness is: a rainy day. Misery is: parents and teachers who know too much. Comment: It is better to have one true friend than one thous- and acquaintances. Baseball 2; Basketball 2 (cap- tain); Soccer 2; Spring track 3, 4; Winter track 3, 4. 68 THOMAS J. HORGAN 105 High Street " Hey Tom” . . . considerate . . . manager . . . Magilla ' s Buddy I’ll never forget: the bird Suppressed desire; to last more than 4 days in basketball. Comment: Je ne regrette rein. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Spartan spokesman 2, 3, 4; Sci- ence club 1, 2, 3; Sophomore dance committee; Homecoming committee chairman 3; Junior dance committee 3; Senior dance committee 4; Carnival ball com- mittee 4; Senior prom committee 4; Senior honor patrol 4. GLENN HUNTER 74 Spring Street Jo Ann . . . " sock hock” . . . sly . . . 2 Happiness is; being one step from insanity. I’ll never forget: bike-riding in the berkshires, salmagundi. Suppressed desire: to be a hermit in order to see if I could stand myself. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Student gym leader 3, 4; Soc- cer 4; Senior patrol 4; Co-Editor yearbook 4; Co-capt. Co-ed vol- leyball 2, 3, 4; Graduation mar- shal 3. v CAROLYN L. HOWE 3 Oak Ridge Road " The longest braid in town” . . . stunning hairdos . . . Dave . . . a born traveller Happiness is: a horse. Misery is; " ah . . . you in the back.” Comment; A pebble will outlast me; a grain of sand for the mind of man. Girls’ ensemble 4; Pep club 3, 4; Future teachers’ club 2. ROBERT F. HYDER 36 Oak Street " BoBo” . . . " Get the beat” . . . little black car ... he likes base- ball! Happiness is: passing a test dates. Misery is: no second helpings. Suppressed desire: ’71 Charger. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Track 3; Baseball 3; 18 x 72 club 2. MURRIE L. HUBBARD III 39 Stevens Street " Mustang Murrie” . . . the guys ... a barrel of laughs . . . Moth- er Hubbard Happiness is: sleeping Saturday mornings. Misery is: detention Suppressed desire: to be a ma- rine. Hockey 1, 2; Senior patrol 4. CYNTHIA JACKSON 41 Butler Avenue captain . . . cute . . . individual . . . " Cindy” Happiness is: " getting away with it all.” Misery is: to look in the mirror and find you’re the same person you were yesterday. I’ll never forget: 1, 2, 3, . . . shoot. Majorette 2, 3, (Captain — 4); Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. 69 ALAN JONES 64 Forest Street Football . . . big A1 . . . smiling eyes . . . W.I. Happiness is: turkey day Misery is: filling out college ap- plications I’ll never forget: (w est island summer ’70), or football locker- room scenes. Football 2, 3, 4; Spring track 2; Science club 2, 3; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Booster club drive 2, 3, 4; Senior dance committee; Intramural wrestling 3. CAROL ANNE JOHNSON 19 Bonad Road Is that with an E ? . . . EYC . . . friendly . . . Nova Scotia Happiness is: people understand- ing and loving each other. Misery is: monday morning I’ll never forget: summer vaca- tion ’68 and Christmas ’69. Pep squad 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Fu- ture teachers’ 1; Homeroom rep- resentative 1; Senior prom com- mittee 4. DIANE JORDAN 28 Perkins Street Lenny . . . dark hair . . . quiet No, we’re not related! Happiness is: being with lenny Misery is: waking up at 5:30 and realizing it is monday again. Suppressed desire: to live a meaningful and happy life with lenny. Softball 2; Pep squad 2, 3, 4; Secretaries ' club 4. LIBBY JORDAN 501 Main Street go ya . . . red head . . . " are you related to the teacher?’’ ... fa- mous pizza! I’ll never forget: balloons at breakfast. Suppressed desire: to be what I am. Comment: " if anyone should ask me to give a reason why I loved my friend, there could be only one answer; he was he, and I was I.” Glee club 1, 2, 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Girls’ basketball 2, 3, 4; Dance committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming committee 3; Sen- ior play committee 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future teachers’ 1, 2, 3; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 4; Senior prom committee 4; Yearbook staff 4. PHILIP S. JONES 19 Rodgers Road Dianne . . . always smiling . . . Boys’ State . . . big muscles Happiness is; laughing. I’ll never forget; dianne and the junior prom. Comment: if life isn’t fun, it’s not worth living. Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2; Win- ter track 2, 3, 4; Spring track 3, 4; Varsity scholar 1, 2, 3, 4; Na- tional honor society 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ state representative 3; Co- ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Student gym leader 3; Interact club 4; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA JOYCE 19 Keene Street Juice . . . P.D. . . . Cape . . . Creedence Happiness is: having more than one and doing your own thing. I’ll never forget; the hook, lynn beach, digging out the wheels. Comment: " let’s embrace the past with remembrance atjd the fu- ture with longing.” gibran ftp Future nurses’ 2, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; PTL drive 2; Traffic squad 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 2; Yearbook staff 4; Junior prom committee 3 Homecoming com- mittee 3; Senior prom 4. 70 I PATRICIA JOYCE F 23 Wright Street ; giggles . . . friendly . . . sincere [ Happiness is: when his ship I comes in. Misery is: being confused. Suppressed Desire: to bring out the best in everyone. Library aide 4; Nurses’ club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook staff; Internation- al friendship club 3. MARK KANCHUGA 64 Park Avenue nice looking . . . flirt . . . sharp dresser Happiness is: being with a beau- tiful girl and going to the cape. I’ll never forget: the summer of ’70 and the kids from Wakefield. Suppressed desire: to visit ho chi minn and the California beaches. Football 1; wrestling 3; Gym leader 4; Senior patrol 4. PATRICIA R. JUDGE 17 Calthea Street little . . . Trisha . . . blonde blue eyed . . . quiet Happiness is: helping people I’ll never forget: the junior prom Suppressed desire: to get my li- cense Girls’ international relations 1; Future teachers’ club 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4. MICHAEL KATZ 9 DiNanno Road intelligent . . . singer . . . quiet Happiness is: love. Misery is : un-love. Comment: " i can’t find the time to tell you.” I’ll never forget: jn rl ss df Is Spartan chorale 2, 3, 4; Madrigal singers 3, 4; Carnival ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Science club 1, 2, 4; Yearbook staff 4; Radio club 4. RONALD ANTHONY JUNKER 31 Morrison Avenue Prexy . . . reserved . . . Ronnie . . . nice dresser Happiness is: concerned, involved friends and parents who care. I’ll never forget: the senior class play. Suppressed desire: to aid human- ity through medicine. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodwind ensemble 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Spartan spokesman 3, advertising manager 4; Varsity scholar 2, 3; Seeds 4; Senior play 4; Junior classical league 1; Interact club 4; Senior dance committee 4. EILEEN KEARNEY 25 Pond Street friendly . . . talkative . . . big eyes. Happiness is: being able to smile all the time. Misery is: to be unhappy. Suppressed desire: to see the whole world happy. Glee club 1; Pep squad 1, 2. 71 DIANE KEATING 2 Christine Avenue frizzies . . . Esposito’s . . . kind Happiness is: when 2:34 comes,. Misery is: frizzy weather. Suppressed desire: to beat the frizzies! Pep squad 2; Future secretaries’ 3, 4; Girls’ glee club 1. EDWARD KELLY 68 Wright Street sincere . . . quiet . . . nice guy Happiness is: school called off be- cause of snow. Misery is: bomb scares during gym class. Suppressed Desire: to go to col- lege. THOMAS L. KEHOE 38 South Street Honda . . . always laughing . . . wise cracks Happiness is: j.n.; c.g.; s.k.; l.j. ( a. i. o. b. ) Misery is: being found out. I’ll never forget: the night of the junior prom; 6 6 69; 6 13 69 JOHN KELLY 7 Evans Road Cheryl . . . hockey . . . outgoing Happiness is: the weekend. Misery is: listening to Steve leahy’s jokes. I’ll never forget: tava’s gym class. Science club 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4. REVEREND BRAD M. KEIMACH 7 Arnold Road gets things done . . . friendly . . . out-spoken . . . caps gowns?? Happiness is: spartan chorale. I’ll never forget: challenge 70 Comment: " i have never let my schooling interfere with my edu- cation.” — mark twain Orchestra 1; Marching band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pho- tography 2; Creative writing club 2, 3, 4, president 3; Boys’ glee club 4; In concert 2, 3; Seeds 3, 4, editor-in-chief 4; Spartan chorale 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigal sing- ers 3, 4; Carnival ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Greater bostonians 4; Spring con- cert 1, 2, 3, 4; Artfest 2; All- District chorus 3; Greater boston youth wind ensemble 4; Science club 2; Booster club drive 2, 3, 4; 18 X 72 club 2, (chairman — 3); PTL scholarship drive 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN A. KELLY 9 Hancock Street David . . . drill . . . majorette Happiness is: making new friends feel like old friends. Misery is : not being at our place on Sunday’s. I’ll never forget: 1, 2, 3, shoot and nov. 7, 1969; carroll’s. Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance club 2; PTL scholarship drive 1, 2; Future secretaries’ 3, 4; Gym leader 4; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ glee club 1, 2. 72 WILLIAM KELLY 3 Carmen Avenue skipping . . . barber’s best friend . . . sincere Happiness is: not getting a hair- cut. Misery is: getting a haircut. Suppressed Desire: not to get a haircut. KEVIN PATRICK KILROY 262 Main Street Moose . . . football . . . girl hater? Misery is: football double ses- sions. I ' ll never forget: gorillas. Suppressed desire: to stuff a bas- ketball. BARBARA J. KEZARJIAN 61 Forrest Street friendly . . . Lennie . . . Maine . . . secretaries Happiness is: being with lennie. I’ll never forget: being in naples, maine. Suppressed desire: to beat the frizzies. Girls’ glee club 1; Pep squad 4; Mixed chorus 4; Future secre- taries’ 3, 4. JANICE KINZIE 10 Longbow Road shy . . . intelligent . . . future teacher Happiness is: not having to run the 600. Misery is: having chemistry — a block; e block studies. I’ll never forget: my junior year; easter morning. Future teachers’ club 2, 3, 4; Tu- toring for future teachers 3; Pep squad 4; Yearbook staff 4; Sen- ior play staff 4; Library aide 4; Booster club drive 2, 3, 4. KENNETH KILROY 262 Main Street Little Moose . . . football . . . Brigham’s . . . pearl diver Happiness is: Turkey day. I’ll never forget: The bench. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Tennis 2; Senior patrol 4; Weightlifting. DENNIS J. KIVELY 36 Elm Street squirrel . . . friendly . . . football Happiness is : activity periods Misery is : jumping rope I’ll never forget: mr. taseos. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 73 RALPH T. LACARBONARA 16 Elizabeth Road Ralphie . . . cars . . . merit Misery is: not having any more butts. I’ll never forget: the Stanley cup playoffs of last year. Suppressed desire: to be able to save for a vette. Homeroom representative 2, 3, 4; Honor roll 3; Hockey 2. PETE LANG 37 Lincoln Street Larry . . . talented . . . flirt . . . Jackson Happiness is: jamming with Jackson. I’ll never forget: " i can ' t find the time to tell you.” Suppressed desire: to find happi- ness. Basketball 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Radio club 3, treasurer 3; Sci- ence club 3, secretary 3; Madri- gal singers 3, 4; Spartan chorale 1, 2, 3, 4. DENISE LAFRAZIA 9 Harrison Street gullible . . . helpful . . . indepen- dent Happiness is: recognizing a friend in a strange place. I ' ll never forget: the friends I ' ve met at stoneham high. Future secretaries’ 3. WILLIAM LATHBURY 54 Marble Street Chris . . . blue eyes . . . quiet . . . blonde Happiness is: those 3-day vaca- tions Misery is: coming back. I’ll never forget: " the tracks.” 74 STEPHEN LEAHY 1 1 Beacon Street witty . . . Bones . . . basketball . . . " But Mr. Tavenese! " Happiness is: anything you want it to be. I ' ll never forget: the three ring circuses in gym class. Suppressed desire: to get a pair of hands. Senior patrol 4; Intramural weightlifting; Basketball 3, 4. CATHERINE M. LEDOUX 75 Jerkins Street Cathy . . . singer . . . personality . . . friendly I ' ll never forget: sunrise, 4:30 a.m. on the beach. Suppressed desire: to be able to fly; see no boundaries. Comment: " give love and the whole world will return it.” Girls ' ensemble 3, 4; Future teachers ' 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Senior class play comm. 4; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3; Spring concert 3, 4; Pen- pal club 3; Drama club 1, 2; Choralettes 2; Tutor for future teachers ' 3 Yearbook staff 4. ' WILLIAM P. LECCESE 31 Pine Street Charlie Brown . . . personality plus . . . musical . . . actor Happiness is: auntie gil, zods, junior english, live peanuts char- acters I ' ll never forget: june 24, 1970, ungie z.m., nuin, horns Comment: Your friend is your needs answered. He is your field which you sow with love and reap with thanksgiving. And he is your board and your fireside. For you come to him with your hunger, and you seek him for peace. Drama festival 3, 4; Dance comm. 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 3; Junior prom comm. 3; News- paper staff 4; Yearbook staff 4, (Photog raphy editor); Seinor prom comm. 4; Boys ' glee club 3, 4; Spartan chorale 3, 4; Car- nival ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior play 4; Drama club 3, 4; Spring con- cert 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4; Artfest 3. JOANNE LEFAVE Carol Street " Jo,” . . . friendly . . . smart Happiness is: pulling zoos, music room auntie gil, being with friends. Misery is: e block studies, phony people. Comment: " come on people now, smile on your brothers, everybody get together try to love one an- other right now.” Future teachers 2; Girls ' inter- national relations’ 2; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Choralettes 2; Pep squad 3; Senior play comm. 4; Yearbook staff 4; Drama club 3; Booster club drive 3; Spring concert 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY W. LEDBETTER 80 Pine Street Brown eyes . . . quiet . . . Bonn . . . artist Happiness is: a true feeling of freedom. I’ll never forget: yesterday after school. Suppressed desire: to express my- self completely through painting. Track team 1,2. JOHN LEVAKIS 12 Maple Street nice smile . . . friendly . . . thinker 75 JANE LEVINE 14 DiNanno Road Richie . . . original . . . Isabel ... a good friend Happiness is: being needed. I ' ll never forget: moratorium day. Suppressed desire: to be a poli- tician. Comment: " honesty with a friend is the most important part of a re- lationship.’’ Orchestra 1; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; International relations’ 2; Lat- in club 2, 3; Seeds 3, 4; Senior play 4; 18 x 72 club; Newspaper staff 4; Drama club 3; Spartan chorale 4; PTL drive 3; Student action comm, against public apathy 3. MICHAEL LOGAN 15 Melba Lane Stogey . . . airport . . . Friendly’s . . . bookie Happiness is: peacefulness. Misery is: sitting in mr. orman’s office waiting for the verdict. Suppressed desire: to go as fat as I can in life. Booster club drive 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 1. LESLIE E. LE-WIS 3 Brackett Avenue N.H. . . . retreats . . . original Happiness is: getting into a good rap. I’ll never forget: sunshine, c, s, n, y, july 11, ’69, sept. 26, ’70. Comment: " the heart is half a prophet.’’ Girls’ basketball 2, 3; Booster club drive 1, 2; Spartan spokes- man 2; Latin club 2; Seeds 3, 4; Creative writing club 3, 4. DON RICHARD LOUNSBURY 23 Bonad Road intelligent . . . chess player . . . friendly . . . studious Misery is : an eye test. I’ll never forget: my first " a " in calc. Suppressed desire: to grow an- other 12 inches. French dub 2, 3, 4; Science dub 1, 2, 3; Chess club 3, 4; Interact club 4; Photography club 4. PAULA LISTON 21 Walsh Avenue red head . . . quiet . . . conserva- tive . . . friendly Happiness is: winning football games. Misery is : gym showers. I’ll never forget: guitar with Jeff. Future teachers’ 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Choralettes 2; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3; Library aide 4; Tutoring for future teachers ' 3; Pen pal club 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH LOUISE LUD ' WIG 83 Summer Street Harry . . . eyes . . . one of the short people . . . nice clothes Happiness is: hampshire. Misery is : closed-minded people. Comment: " high is all there is.’’ Glee club 1, 2; Pep squad 1; Sec- retaries’ club 3. 76 SUSAN LUTHER 131 A Summer Street Kellner’s . . . Tom . . . friendly . . . sincere Happiness is: friday afternoons. I ' ll never forget: gym classes. Suppressed desire : to see a bet- ter world. Yearbook staff 4; Pep squad 4; Future teachers’ 1, 2; Glee club 1, 2, 3. LINDA JEAN MACDONALD 19 Melba Lane Dave . . . long hair ... a nice person to know . . . petite Happiness is: a world full of peace. Misery is: having your license but no car. Suppressed desire : to have a good job and be happily married. Glee club; Future secretaries’ club, Pep squad. JOHN LYONS 44 Marble Street mechanical . . . blond . . . bike JOSEPH B. MACKAY 68 Main Street Jay . . . surfing . . . Hampton Beach . . . eyes Happiness is : freedom. Misery is: nahant beach. I’ll never forget: my name. Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Foot- ball 2. CAROL ANNE MACCHIA 6 Myopia Road indian . . . original . . . Ca . . . year round tan Happiness is: the m. f. 8 I’ll never forget: ring dings un- der the table. Comment: " we’ve only just be- gun.” Student council 4; Homeroom rep. 4; Gym leader 3; Guidance aide 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook staff 4; Girls’ track 3, 4; P.T.L. drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Homecoming comm. 3; Junior prom comm. 3; Senior prom comm. 4; Gradua- tion comm. 4. DANIEL JOHN MAHONEY 46 Summer Street Stub . . . track . . . mischievous . . . great Happiness is: weekends in maine. Misery is: track practice. Suppressed desire: clear 6 ' 2 " . ' Winter track 2, 3, 4; Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Soccer 4. 77 MARYRUTH MAHONEY 4 Rafferty Road quiet . . . loves hockey . . . stu- dious . . . sweet Happiness is: sharing a good time with the people you like best. I’ll never forget: all the friends i ' ve had at s. h. s. Comment: " there is none so blind as he who will not see.” Pep club 3, 4; Literary staff 4; French club 3. PAUL MARINO 39 Lotus Avenue Greenwood . . . quiet . . . small Happiness: 2:34 p.m. Misery is: auditorium study. Suppressed desire: to see mr. rowell without a skinner. MARY MARAGIOGLIO 5 Oak Street Maine . . . hockey fan . . . friend- ly .. . always laughing Happiness is: being in maine. I’ll never forget: may 10, 1970, all the great people at shs. Comment: i want to thank all the people who have made my years at shs so enjoyable, i wish i could give back half as much as they have given me. Office aide 2; French club 2, 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama club 2; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior tea 3; Future secretaries’ club. I PATRICIA A. MARSHALL 45 Pleasant Street Drill . . . friendly . . . B. A. C. . . . Hank Happiness is; being with friends. I’ll never forget: april 20, 1969 miami beach. Suppressed desire; to be a cru- sader. Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Future sec- retaries’ 3, 4. ANTHONY DANA MAREK 22 Myopia Road " hockey anyone?” . . . GTO . . . considerate . . . Dana Happiness is: 31 with more to come. I’ll never forget: those splintery benches at uncle John’s cabin. Comment: i wonder if tom John- son wears a baseball cap too. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Soccer 3, 4; Cross country 2. PAULA ANN MARTIN 24 Erickson Street John . . . cheerleader . . . loves hockey . . . pretty hair Happiness is: being with John, talking. I’ll never forget: nov. 1, 1969 the hook, a favorite picture in my locker. Comment: " there’ll be new dreams, better dreams and plenty before the last revolving year is through.” Softball 2, 3; Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Booster club drive 3; Homecoming comm. 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Homeroom rep. 1, 2, 3 4; Co-ed volleyball 1; Junior prom comm. 3; Year- book 4. 78 THOMAS MAYO 4 Gerald Road ' 61 . . . mountain . . . flirt . . . good looking Misery is; a locker in a certain corner. I’ll never forget: bino’s balcony. Football 1 2 3 4; Basketball 1; Winter track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Student gym leader 3, 4; Usher at graduation 3; Senior patrol 4; Intramural wrestling 3, 4; Intra- mural weightlifting 2, 3, 4. CURTIS c. McCarthy 14 Lindenwood Road plays guitar . . . quiet . . . Curt . . . studious Happiness is: hearing the 2:34 dismissal bell. Suppressed desire: to be a rock musician. JOANNE McCarthy 1 1 Greenway Circle friendly . . . p.s. . . . small . . . cute Happiness is; living. Misery is: " the man.” I ' ll never forget; lowell’s influ- ence. French club 1, 2; Secretarial club 3. ANN MARIE MAZZOLA 15 Greenview Road endless wardrobe . . . eyes . . . pretty ... 12 Happiness is: being myself, good plumbers. I’ll never forget: summer " 70” the long winding road, andres sept. 8, duck on the truck m. b. a. Comment: " if you compare your- self with others you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself” golden desiderata. Guidance aide 3, 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance club 2, 3, 4; Fu- ture secretaries ' club 3, 4; Glee club 1, 2; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; PTL scholarship drive 3, 4; Traffic squad 3, 4; Co-ed vol- leyball 2, 3, 4; Homecoming day comm. 3; Senior play 4; Senior skit 4; Junior prom comm. 3; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Yearbook staff 4; Drama club 1; Girls’ In- ternational relations’; Senior prom comm. 4; Student gym leader 3, 4; Newspaper 2. RICHARD McCarthy 20 Erickson Street machine . . . thin man . . . road runner Happiness is; six footers at hampton beach Misery is: a gym make-up Suppressed desire: to hurdle un- der 6 seconds. Soccer 3, 4; Winter track 2, 3, 4; Spring track 1, 3, 4. JOHN S. McCLOREY 20 Girard Road Steve . . . nice clothes . . . crazy Mac . . . nice looking Happiness is; 75 for 84 as of 10 9 70. Misery is: getting shut down at gloria’s. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student council 1, 2; Student gym leader 3; Co-ed vol- leyball 2, 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3. 79 KIRK McGAW 59 Stevens Street talkative . . . coke bottles . . . corvair . . . girl lover Happiness is: finally graduating from school. Misery is; taking gym. I ' ll never forget; mr. orman. Photography club 2. ROBERT McKinnon 111 Forest Street Merit . . . sarcastic . . . loves girls . . . funny Happiness is: scalping tickets a( the boston garden. I’ll never forget: when the bruins won the Stanley cup. Suppressed desire: to graduate. Football 1; Senior patrol 4. CHERYL ANN McGINN 8 Crescent Avenue Billy , . . Cape . . . Jordan Marsh . . . nice to talk to Happiness is: the thought of graduation day. I’ll never forget: the kids from Ij’s and my worm. Comment: " Oh happy day,” may 25, 1973,” " when we will walk.” Rally skit 4; Yearbook 4; Gym leader 4. KEVIN McLaughlin 139 Elm Street ' Witty . . . always smiling . . . carpenter Happiness is; down in the shop. Misery is: room 212. Suppressed desire: carpenter. Artfest 1, 2, 3, 4; Hunting fishing club 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Dance band 1, 2, 3; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Shop forum 3, 4. ELLEN j. McKinley 17 Cedar Avenue seagulls lizards boogiemen . . . long hair . . . P . . . Granny Happiness is; hiding behind tele- phone poles. Misery is: termites. Suppressed Desire: To fly to the sea with stimey. Intramural field hockey; Inter- national relations’ 2, 3. JUDY McNULTY 119 Franklin Street quiet . . . procrastinator . . . petite Happienss is: spending time with t.s. Misery is: stoneham " sweat shop.” Comment: love means not ever having to say you’re sorry. International relations’ 3, 4; Spar- tan spokesman 3, 4; Glee club 1, 2; Future secretaries’ 4; Booster club 2, 3, 4; Dance comm. 3, 4; Co-ed volleyljall 2, 3. 80 V PAMELA McPHEE 14 Emerald Court studious . . . quiet . . . smiling Happiness is: mr. kline’s class . . . summer, children . . . being with friends. I ' ll never forget: chemistry classes senior lunches. Suppressed desire: to help others make the world a better place to live in. Nurses’ club 1, 2, 3, 4; French club 1, 2; Pep club 3, 4; Glee club 3, 4; Senior class play comm. 4. THERESA M. MEROSKI 10 Lincoln Street Terry . . . quiet . . . friendly Happiness is: weekends of skiing. Misery is: locking the keys in the car. Comment: " the great essentials of happiness are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.” anonymous. Nurses’ club 2, 3; Pep squad 2, 3; PTL drive 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Senior play comm. 4. DALE MEEHAN 98 Spring Street dancer . . . cute . . . eyes . . . quiet Happiness is: Steve. Misery is: k..w. without a car. I’ll never forget: august 17, 1970. Dance club 3; Future secretaries’ 3; Pep squad 1, 2; Drama club 2; Glee club 1, 2. I ELAINE MIGUEL 32 Evergreen Road artistic . . . quiet . . . Jordan Marsh . . . seamstress Happiness is : a snow-covered world. Suppressed desire: to sail around the world. Comment: a world of joy and peace in our time to come. Drama club 1; Future teachers’ club 2; PTL drive 2, 3; Artfest 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Senior play 4. FRANCES A. MERLINO 14 Brookbridge Road " Chickie” . . . chatterbox . . . Ricky . . . long hair I’ll never forget: everything in the past and ricky. Suppressed desire: secretary and traveling. Comment: look at yourself before judging others. Pep squad 1; Softball 2; Basket- ball 2; Future secretaries’ 4. DEBORAH A. MILLER 3 Harrison Street Mark . . . Norwich . . . cute . . . pink I ' ll never forget: 4, 8, 13, 74 . . . life Suppressed desire: to be enrolled at Norwich. Comment: " the blending of two souls into one; the devotion, en- dearment and affections, the way you feel and display, means you are no longer separate.” m.h. Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Senior skit 4; Field hockey 2, 3; Secretaries’ club 3, 4; Guidance aide 4. 81 DONNA MITCHELL 88 North Street " Mitch” . . . P.D. club ... al- ways laughing . . . captain Happiness is: hockey games with friends. I’ll never forget: the hook, the rush, shs. Suppressed desire: to be normal, a new laugh. Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Girls’ track 2; Carnival ball 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Year- book 4; PTL drive 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Homecoming comm. 3; Jr. prom comm. 3; Secretaries’ club 3. TOSHIHIRO MOMATA 455 Main Street Toshi . . . smart . . . interested . . . quiet Happiness is: to leave the family and live alone. I’ll never forget: the first day at this school. Comment: school lunches taste very good, i have never eaten such delicious food ... (!) BARBARA E. MOAR 13 Minot Street Beautiful eyes . . . friendly . . . nice clothes Happiness is: people. Suppressed desire: to travel and meet people. Comment: " if you try to find a faultless friend, you will go friendless.” Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Future secretaries’ 3; Future nurses’ 2; International relations’ 3. JOHN A. MOORES 20 ' Walsh Avenue Charlie . . . the group . . . indi- vidual . . . sneakers Happiness is: the 2:34 bell. Misery is: 8:00-2:34. I’ll never forget: telling a new sophomore to press a button and wait for the elevator in the rear of the school. Boys’ glee club 1, 2; Spartan chorale 3, 4; Spring track 2, 3; Winter track 3; Carnival ball 1, 2, 3. ASINA MOHAMMED 75 Perkins Street quiet . . . pleasant . . . friendly Happiness is: being at " our place” Misery is: saying good-bye. I ' ll never forget: my four years in america. Future nurses’ 2, 3, 4; Girls’ en- semble. RICHARD MUELLER 5 Gracewood Road Radical . . . Red ... no socks Misery is: the blueberries. Suppressed desire: to become a blueberry. Comment: " i got my thrills on blueberry hill,” s. h. s. Fcxjtball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student gym leader 3, 4. 82 MICHAEL R. MURGIA 51 Main Street Pam . . . hockey . . . sharp dresser . . . " murg” Happiness is: sleeping with my dog peppy. Misery is; getting up at 5:00 a.m. to play hockey. I ' ll never forget: totaling the mustang. Football 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4. DIANE M. NEWTON 23 Bearhill Road Charlie . . . nice clothes . . . sophisticated . , . outgoing Happiness is: consideration . . . a 305 . . . going out I ' ll never forget: MacDuff, the cape. Comment: " you shall find it is only that which has given you sorrow that is giving you joy. " gibran Homecoming comm. 3; Traffic squad 3, 4; Junior prom comm. 3; Guidance aide 4; Office aide 3; Graduation usher 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 2; French cIuIj 3. JOANNE MURPHY 91 Summer Street tiny . . . Mrs. Garvin . . . cute . . . redhead Happiness is: being with Paul. Misery is; the end of the sum- mer and being confused. I ' ll never forget; july 17, 1967. STEVEN P. NIMS 72 Robin Hood Road Eileen . . . sincere . . . hard bar- rel! ... oil drum Happiness is: getting my tooth capped, chasing mermaids. Misery is: going to chemistry class. I ' ll never forget: what i remem- ber . . . member. Football 1; Baseball 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross country 2; Soccer 3, 4; Junior prom comm. 3; Senior patrol 4. I IARIANNE NAZARIAN 55 Main Street sparky . . . nice hair . . . pretty smile . . . fun Misery is: the long, lost summer. Suppressed desire; to own a mo- torcycle. Comment; everything happens for the best. Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3; Fumre secretaries ' 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidance aide 3; Home- coming day comm. 3; Jr. prom comm. 3; Homeroom representa- tive 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4. Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 1; PTL drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Office aide 1, 3; Glee club 1. PEGGY J. NORTON 1 1 Steele Street Kevin . . . artist . . . applesauce . . . shy Happiness is: being with kevin I ' ll never forget: the fight in drivers ed. Suppressed desire: Junior college. Artfest 2, 3. 83 PATRICIA M. O’BRIEN 4 Lawndale Road O.B. . . . Cherry Webb . . . Cape Cod . . . intelligent Happiness is; being down at the cape. Suppressed desire: to go to eu- rope. Comment: all people smile in the same language. Pep squad 2; Future teachers’ 1, 2; Inrramural field hockey 2; Co- ed volleyball 2; Yearbook 4. ROBERT O’NEIL 62 Park Street Mary Ann . . . the gang . . . flirt . . . couda Happiness is: feeling good at 9:00 in the morning. Misery is : seeing the cape from the back of a truck. I’ll never forget: the 1970 sum- mer. Track 2, 3, 4; Senior skit 4. FRANCES O’CONNELL 5 Stonehill Drive 3k skylark . . . cosmo . . . taxi . . . friendly Happiness is: finding a teacher you can trust. Misery is: blowing bubbles. Comment: what is life without happiness? Drama club 2, 3; Senior skit 4; Yearbook 4; Guidance aide 4; Future teachers’ 1; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Softball 2; Co-ed vol- leyball 2; Senior tea 3; PTL drive 3, 4; Senior play comm. 4; Glee club 1, 2. KEVIN EDWARD O’TOOLE 16 Flint Avenue Pres. . . . " I’m king’’ . . . dunga- rees . . . original Happiness is: " boone’s farm” Misery is: stupid school rules. Drug comm. 3; Student council 3, 4 (Pres. 4); Homecoming comm. 3; Senior patrol 4. MARY ELLEN O’CONNELL 5 Stonehill Drive 3k Mimi . . . twin . . . Friday Sunday nites . . . honest Happiness is: being happy ... a squirt gun. Suppressed Desire: to be some- body. Comment: love means never hav- ing to say you’re sorry, segel Drama club 2, 3; Softball 2; Sen- ior tea 3; Yearbook 4; Glee club 1, 2; Guidance aide 4; Senior skit 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Co-ed volleyball 2. MARTHA M. O’TOOLE 7 Randolph Road actress . . . Lucy . . . " keys in the car, Martha?” . . . R.I.C.C. Happiness is: the providences . . . c., cs., j., s., . . . wippa, . . . coke I’ll never forget: horns, zoos, ungie z.m., j.w., d.n., nu’in. Comment: " i have for you what i am — god knows i am only i” " who am i, to stand to wonder, to wait, while the wheels of fate slowly grind my life away — who am i.” International relations’ 1; Or- chestra 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Latin club 1, 2; French club 2, 3; Drama club 2, 3; Girls’ Ensemble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Carni- val ball 2, 3, 4; Sr. class play 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Homecoming comm. 3; Yearbook 4; Jr. class dance 3; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. prom comm. 4. 84 ANN MARIE OTTARIANO 40 Gould Street super clothes . . . reserved . . . Gilchrists . . . pretty Happiness is: To love and be loved. Misery is: gym class. I’ll never forget: august 30, 1970. Girls’ glee club 1, 2; Office aide 3; Mixed chorus 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Future secretaries’ club 3. MICHAEL PALERMO 12 Cedar Avenue nice eyes . . . bass . . . Woburn Misery is: getting a muscle spasm in your jaw. Suppressed desire: to be able to reach my locker. I’ll never forget: um mm . . . i forgot. Cross country 4; Intramural wrestling 3; Radio club 1; Fish- ing and hunting club 2; News- paper staff 2. ELLEN ANN OTTAVI 5 Merrow Lane friendly . . . kind . . . First National . . . sincere Happiness is: going to the air- port . . . being with friends. Misery is: people who take things for granted. I’ll never forget: xmas, summer ’70. Future teachers’ 1, 2, 3; Choral- ettes 2; Mixed chorus 1, 4; Glee club 2; Pep squad 3, 4; French club 3, 4 Office aide 4; Library aide 4; Yearbook 4. MICHAEL PAGLIARULO 171 Franklin Street snoopy . . . great kid . . . pencil- haters Happiness is: a friendly " hello,” auntie gil and life. I’ll never forget: carnival ball ’70. Suppressed desire: to dissolve a pencil in sulfuric acid. Carnival ball 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Interact 4; Spartan chorale 4; Spring con- cert 3, 4; Drama club 3; Artfest 3; Drama festival 3, 4; Mixed chorus 2, 3. ALLAN PARKER 48 Collincote Street original . . . hair . . . astronaut JOANN PARASKEVAS 7 Greenway Circle Glenn . . . spirited . . . " P” cute Happiness is: mints and things ... a championship jacket I ' ll never forget: glenn . . . " p” . . . veevee . . . pum . . . the switch . . . jellybeans . . . hockey season Comment: all the wealth of the world could not buy you a friend or pay you for the loss of one Homecoming comm. 3; Junior prom comm. 3; Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Booster club drive 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, (capt. — 4); Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Yearbook 4; PTL drive 3; Guidance aide 3, 4; Pep squad 2; French club 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance club 3. 85 DOUGLAS JAMES PAULY 7 Harrison Street loner . . . cars . . . mechanical . . . Doug Happiness is: getting out of school at the end of the year. Misery is: looking for something that you’ll never find. I’ll never forget: weir’s beach at 5 :30 a.m. Radio club 1; Hunting and fish- ing 3. ROSEMARY PLATI 229 William Street Kevin . . . Espositos . . . happy- go-lucky . . . Rosie Misery is: ann sneezing. I’ll never forget: salem, manhat- ten Comment: have you got a kleen- ex? Drama club 2; Artfest 2, 3; Cre- ative writing 3; Tennis 4; Year- book 4; Pep squad 4 Glee club 4 Carnival ball 4. LYNNE M. PHELAN 8 Grant Street eyes . . . Buzzy . . . friendly . . . fun-loving Happiness is: no. 5 . . . begin- nings . . . the m.b.a. . . . consid- eration. I’ll never forget: sailing . . .hook and switch . . . eight plus one . . . scheming . . . no. 1 aggra- vator. Comment: life must be lived for- wards but can only be understood backwards. Homeroom rep. 1; Co-ed volley- ball 2, 3, 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Jr. prom comm. 3; Student gym leader 3, 4; Sr. play comm. 4; Dance club 2, 3, 4; Class offi- cer (social chairman) 2, 3; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4 Traffic squad 3, 4; Guidance aide 3, 4; Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Gradua- tion usher 3; PTL drive 2, 3; French club 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Sr. skit 4. SUSAN POMEROY 15 Harrison Street Bush . . . Rat . . . considerate . . . fun Happiness is: mints and things . . . rockport . . . winning at the states. I’ll never forget: mr. kins . . . ”p” . . . nice girl . . . sly . . . 1, 2, 3, shoot mitchell’s laugh ... ad Comment: my friend is not per- fect — nor am i — and so we suit each other admirably. Life is nothing without friendship. French club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class offi- cer (social chairman) 3, 4; Latin club 1, 2; Office aide; Pep squad 1, 2, 3; Majorette 4; Yearbook 4; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 4; Varsity scholar 2; PTL drive 2; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Jr. prom comm. 3; Homecoming comm. 3; Senior tea 3; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3. JOSEPHINE J. PICANO 23 Wright Street Paul . . . piano . . . Josie . . . around Gilda’s place Happiness is: being with paul . . . being able to get along with other people. Misery is: telling the truth and not having anyone believe you. I’ll never forget mcrm (auntie) gil’s place) Glee club 2, 3; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; French club 1, 2, 3; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. class play comm. 4; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Drama club 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANE R. POTI 9 Longbow Road wig . . . personality . . . boys . . . talkative Happiness is: skipping and not getting caught. Misery is: auditorium study e block. Comment: i really hate leaving this dumb place. Drama club 2, 3; Jr. secretaries’ club 3; Homeroom rep. 4; PTL drive 3; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4. 86 DONNA MARIE POWERS 25 Albion Avenue kind . . . nice smile . . . red hair Happiness is: not a destiny but a way of traveling. Misery is: having a top locker for four years. Comment: today, well-lived — makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of new hope. French club 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior tea 3; Internation- al relations’ 1; Future teachers’ 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Sr. Play comm. 4; PTL 2; Choralettes 2; Carnival ball 3, 4; Girls’ ensem- ble 4; Spartan chorale 4. ANGELA ANNMARIE PULLO 192 Park Street considerate . . . artistic ... at- tractive . . . kind Happiness is: knowing where you are going. Misery is: the lynn fire dept.; unicorns. Suppressed desire: to be co- ordinated. French club 1; Pep club 1, 2, 3; Future teachers’ 1; Creative writ- ing 2; Spartan spokesman 2; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Class dance comm. 1, 2, 4; Artfest 1, 2, 3; Senior play comm. 4; Yearbook 4; Girls’ track 2; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity scholar 2. KAREN PRITCHARD 123 Pond Street business . . . personality . . . kind . . . fun Happiness is: long laughs with d.c., t.s., and d.s. Misery is: a two-faced, green-eyed monster. Suppressed desire: To be thin. DIANNE MARIE QUARTARONE 14 Cedar Way Phil . . . petite . . . track . . . eyes I’ll never forget: p. j. and the junior prom Suppressed desire: to speak fluent french. Comment: " we can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.’’ French club 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 3, 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Spartan chorale 2, 3, 4; Girls’ ensemble 4; Gym leader 4; Sr. play comm. 4; Spartan spokesman 1; Creative writing 3; Gymnas- tics club 2; Gymnastics team 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Of- fice aide 4; Pep squad 1; Varsity scholar 2, 3; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4. RENE PUGLISI 5 Bonad Road original . . . hair . . . fun . . . personality Comment: " i love you for your truth derived from your knowl- edge. i respect it as a divine thing, for it is the deed of the spirit, your truth shall meet my truth and blend together like the fragrance of flowers and become one whole and eternal truth, per- petuating and living in the eter- nity of love and beauty.” KIM ANN RANLE’TT 107 Spring Street Kenny . . . editor . . . talkative . . . friendly Happiness is: trying your best and knowing that people accept you. I’ll never forget: senior class election; kenny. Suppressed desire: To be able to think of something to put in suppressed desire. Latin club 1; Spartan spokesman 2, 3 (editor 4); Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Carnival ball 4; Office aide 4; Gymnastics 3, 4; Girls’ ensemble 4; Gym leader 3; Senior class play 4; Drama club 2, 3; Teach- ers’ club 2; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3. 87 MARY J. RELLO 31 Chestnut Street reserved . . . intelligent . . . tutor . . . pleasant Happiness is: the last day of school. Misery is: the first day of school. I ' ll never forget: in between. Future teachers’ 3, 4; Latin club 3; Nurses’ club 4; French club 2, 4; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter- national relations 1. PAUL RISKA 4 Sheffield Road 1st Base . . . studious . . . Nasa . . . submarine Misery is: trying to think of something to write down for these. I’ll never forget: jr. varsity base- ball. Comment: " if you are content with the best you have done, you will never do the best you can do.” Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Interact 4. WILLIAM REYNOLDS 15 Albion Avenue funny . . . Bonneville . . . Marra- kesh Express . . . N.A. Happiness is: living my life the way i prefer to live it; not the way somebody else wants me to. Misery is: people who put on a phony act in order to gain some- thing for themselves. Suppressed desire: to become president of hell’s angels. Glee club; Spartan chorale; Base- ball; Science club. MARY ROACH 22 Summer Street Joe . . . smiles . . . considerate . . . congenial Misery is: being sick during va- cation. Suppressed desire: to go to aus- tralia on a raft that i built. Comment: " the whole worth of a kind deed lies in the love that inspires it.” Future teachers’ club 1, 2; Inter- national relations’ 1, 2; French club 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Senior play comm. 4; Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. LYSANDER RICHMOND IV 24 Keene Street musician . . . " Egg” . . . turkey day I’ll never forget: the first time. Suppressed desire: to be unre- stricted. Comment: for what there is, there is not. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 4; Spring concert 1, 3, 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 4. JANE HOPE ROBERTS 129A Franklin Street Jr. Prom Weekend . . . Paul . . . Harold Parker . . . friendly Happiness is: being with " paul” I’ll never forget: September 5, 1969. Suppressed desire: just wanting to grow a little bit taller. Pep squad; Office aide; Library aide; Senior skit. 88 SUSAN PATRICIA ROLLI 35 Pine Street Miami . . . Susan not Nanci . . . cute . . . congenial Happiness is: mf 8 Misery is: being 500 miles away. Comment: " love looks not with the eyes, but with the heart.” Shakespeare Yearbook 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Gym leader 3; Booster club 3; Office aide 4; Homeroom rep. 1, 2, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Future teachers’ club 2. RICHARD H. RUDMAN 11 Elmhurst Road Patriots . . . skate . . . intelligent . . . journalist I’ll never forget: football games in honor study. Suppressed desire: to walk out of class when i want to. Comment: no, i’m not carrying my locker. Science club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Interact 4; Homeroom rep. 2; Telescope comm. 2, 3; Chess club 3, 4; Math team 2; Newspaper staff 3, 4. ANNE PATRICE ROMANO 28 Rodgers Road Kennedy . . . historian . . . dili- gent . . . rated X Happiness is: reaching one’s goals in life. Suppressed desire: to buy and re- novate a castle i saw when i was in ireland ’69. Comment: " yesterday is but to- day’s memory and tomorrow is today’s dream.” gibran Choralettes 1; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Spring con- cert 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Senior olay comm. 4; Future teachers’ club 1, 2, 3, 4; French club 2, 3, 4; International rela- tions’ 1, 2; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Field hockey 2, 3; Co-ed volley- ball 3; Seeds 4; English comm. 3. JACQUELINE RUGGLES 18 Drury Lane blonde . . . nice clothes . . .Read- ing . . . friendly Happiness is: living and laughing Misery is: the man. I’ll never forget: summer of " 70.” LINDA ROY 7 Hanford Road York Beach . . . Romper . . . A.J. . . . skiing Happiness is: all those funny little things that make me feel good. Misery is: a prejudiced person. Suppressed desire: not to be in- hibited. Teachers’ club 2; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Gym leader 4; Seeds 4. DAVE RUSSELL 32 Maple Street eyes . . . driver . . . Hampton . . . friendly Happiness is: taking a corner and completely missing everything. Misery is: 18 walls-head on- two o’clock-high. Comment: " surf’s up”; anybody know the way to hampton? Cross country 2; Winter track 1, 2; Spring track 1, 2; Glee club 1, 2; Carnival ball 1, 2; Spring concert 2; Mixed chorus 3. 89 JOSEPH R. SALERNO 10 Glen Road Joey . . . witty . . . Diane . . . driver Happiness is: feeling groovy at nine in the morning. Misery is: seeing the cape from the back of a moving van. I’ll never forget: april 8, 1970. Co-ed volleyball; Senior patrol. KOLLEEN SCALLEY 7 Morgan Avenue Kol . . . super clothes ... " I can’t bear it” . . . friendly Happiness is: a hashy cruise up 28. Misery is: flunking my hearing test. Comment: i never think of the future, it comes soon enough, einstein Gym leader 3, 4; Jr. prom comm. 3; Basketball 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Future teachers’ club 2; Co-ed volleyball 3; Homecoming com- mittee 3; Pep squad 2, 3, 4; Glee club 2; Guidance aide; Office aide; PTL drive. JOSEPH SASSO 30 Bear Hill Road President . . . Joe . . . hard work- er .. . intelligent Happiness is: a snow day. Misery is: Saturday school. I’ll never forget: mr. Jordan’s sick jokes! Interact 3, 4; Class officer (Pres. 4) Newspaper staff 3; Boys’ state 3; Varsity scholar 2, 3. MARY T. SCHULTZ 1 1 High Street quiet . . . friendly . . . cinema Happiness is: being with friends and enjoying myself. I’ll never forget: Sunday ride 10-4-70. Suppressed desire: to see peace in the world. Future secretaries’ club 4; Li- brary aide 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 4. JOANNE SAVELO 358 William Street Joe . . . friendly . . . always laughing Happiness is: sunburned horns and d.n.c.s.m.l. Suppressed desire: to have a left- handed farkel and stamp out a croweworm. Comment: don’t apologize for emotions, for when you do, you apologize for truth. Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 4; Spring concert 3, 4; Artfest 3; Carnival ball 3, 4; Sen- ior class play 4; Yearbook 4; Mixed chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee club 1, 3, 4; Drama festival 3, 4; Drama club 3; Senior class dance 4; Soph, class dance 2. PETER PAUL SCRENCI 45 Walsh Avenue newcomer . . . quiet . . . friendly Happiness is : being a senior and knowing you’re graduating. Misery is: staying back and leav- ing your senior class. Comment: i’ve only been in this school my senior year and have enjoyed it as much as boston eng- lish. 90 CHERYL SCRIBNER 10 Drury Lane quiet . . . kind . . . friendly Happiness is: being with that special someone. I’ll never forget: the blue bus, the stadium fence, or the apple fight. Comment: " any faith within reach is worth reaching for.” French club 2; Future teachers’ 2; Latin club 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 2; Yearbook 4; Nurses’ club 2, 3, 4. KENNETH SCROCCA 25 Seward Road Medford . . . wise guy . . . hock- ey .. . friendly ANN SMITH 43 West Street Smitty . . . great kid . . . " Friend- ly Fran” . . . laughing Misery is: " sneezing” I’ll never forget: salem, mr. kline’s class Comment: really?? Softball 2; Spartan spokesman 2; Ecology action 3; Yearbook 4. JOHN SEREDA 25 Governor Road Ralph . . . feet . . . basketball . . . always laughing Happiness is: graduating Misery is: study halls Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Senior patrol 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JOSEPH SEIBOLD, JR. 6 Seward Road Bobby . . . super scoff . . . clothes . . . witty Happiness is: nobody on my back. Misery is: warm mick. I’ll never forget: the weekend in maine. Baseball 1; Soccer 3, 4; Spring track 1, 2; Winter track 1, 2; Tennis 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 2; Wrestling; Gym leader; Senior patrol. BEVERLY ANNE SMITH 6 Kimball Drive Bev . . . smart . . . quiet . . . friendly Happiness is: understanding. I’ll never forget: tony, s.p.L, hon- ors english, baloney! Pep squad 2, 3, 4; French club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Senior play comm. 4; National honor society 3, 4; Varsity scholar I, 2, 3. 91 JANET L. SMITH 1 1 Rowe Hill Road Paul . . . future nurse . . . quiet . . . intelligent Happiness is: east otisfield, maine Misery is: driving a standard-shift car. I’ll never forget: mr. shea, u. s. history. Future nurses’ 1, 3, 4; French club 3; Latin club 3; Yearbook 4; Mixed chorus 1, 2. JOELENE STARR 19 Waverly Streer artistic . . . three little fishes . . . strange days . . . lizard Happiness is: when the minne- sota wins are in town. Misery is: when the orioles are in town. Suppressed desire: to become a fashion designer. Arr fest 2, 3. NOLA R. SMITH One Cedar Avenue Maine . . . W.A. . . . responsible Happiness is: being in maine i’ll never forget: the snowfort Comment: go placidly amid the noise and the baste and remem- ber in peace there is in silence. Choralettes 2; Spartan chorale 3, 4; Madrigal singers 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3; Creative writing 3, 4; Seeds 3, 4; Girls’ track 3; Sr. play comm. 4; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 2, 3, 4; Year- book 4; Sr. tea comm. 3; Gym leader 4; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4. JANICE STOKES 19 Erickson Street 155 Main St. . . . Christmas sea- son ’69 . . . jingle bells . . . masks Happiness is: peace of mind . . . warm smiles ... a good friend. Misery is: 6:00 a.m. mon.-fri. Comment: " if a child lives with acceptance and friendship he learns to find a little love and peace in the world.” Yearbook 4. GEORGE ST. AMAND 6 Middle Street outspoken . . . Francine’s . . . carefree Happiness is: driving. Misery is: getting caught skip- ping. Suppressed desire: to travel. BRIAN STONE 28 High Street Patty . . . friendly . . . fun Happiness is: being 1 Misery is: what sue adams saw of the locker room. Comment: be careful, play it safe. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; ' Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Senior patrol 4. 92 PAUL SZABO 4 Whipple Avenue Ho Chi Min Trail . . . funny . . mischievous . . . outgoing ELLEN MARGARET TERNULLO 26 Rodgers Road majorette . . . gullible . . . always laughing Happiness is: living and laughing I’ll never forget: the duck on the truck, double mint and 1, 2, 3, shoot andres — sept. 8 Comment: " with all it’s shame and drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world.” Majorettes 3, 4; Class officer (Y.P.L. ) (Social Chairman — 4) Gym leader 3, 4; Drama club 1; Homecoming comm. 3; Jr. prom comm. 3; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Carnival ball 3; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Guidance aide 4; Office aide 2; Newspaper 3; Stu- dent council 2; Senior tea 3; Jr. secretary 3; Pep club 1, 2. GEORGE TARQUINIO 97 Oak Street appetite . . . Dark Tarq . . . work out Misery is: straight people. I’ll never forget: powder ridge Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2. JOHN THISTLE 82 Green Street drums . . . DECA . . . karate Happiness is: having mr. orman absent the day after you’ve skipped Misery is: having miss gower buy doughnuts across the street I’ll never forget: when the block- buster went off. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; DECA 4. GREG G. TAYLOR 8 Myrtle Street guitar . . . nice kid . . . friendly . . . curley Happiness is: feeling freaky. Misery is: the wind tunnel. Suppressed desire : to buy a spar- tan football banner. Spring track 2; Football 1; Sen- ior patrol 4. ROBERT EDWARD THOMAS 4 Fuller Street artist . . . wise guy . . . Diane . . . mitty’s Happiness is: dice Misery is: dice I’ll never forget: dice Artfest 2, 3, 4; Seeds 4. 93 GAIL TIBBETTS 27 Katherine Road studious . . . composed . . . helper Happiness is; being in a math class. Misery is: a block gym. I’ll never forget: our senior year. MERRILEA TINCKER 92 William Street Steve . . . quiet , . . cute . . . promising Happiness is: being with some- one you love. Misery is : stepping up a step to say " good night” to him. I’ll never forget: the jr. prom, my trip to Europe. Glee club 2; Spring concert 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Girls’ ensemble 3, 4; Carnival ball 3, 4; Pep squad 3, 4; Mixed chorus 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Senior prom comm. 4; Madrigal singers 4; Future nurses’ 2, 3, 4; Spartan chorale 3, 4; Sr. tea hostess 3. MICHAEL TIGHE 19 Isabella Street dancer . . . enthusiastic . . . spirited . . . sincere Happiness is: the new life. Suppressed desire: peace in our time. Comment; " we are the seeds of the tenacious plant, and it is in our ripeness and our fullness of heart that we are given to the wind and are scattered.’’ Spring track 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Glee club 4; Carnival ball 4; Spring concert 4; Senior dance comm. 4. STEPHEN A. TOCE 4 Ferdinand Street quiet . . . intellectual . . . cast . . . astronaut. Misery is: going back to school in sept. I’ll never forget: mr. nuss as being a " zoogie.” Suppressed desire: to take a walk in space. Glee club 1, 2; Carnival ball 1, 2; Science club 1, 2; Honor roll 3; Interact 4; Spring concert 1, 2. BOBBY TIMPERLEY 12 Magnolia Terrace Captain . . . boss . . . white owl . . . gentleman Happiness is: being able to jam it. Misery is : getting yelled at by coach M. Suppressed desire: to be a pro- fessional gambler. Baseball 1, 2, 3, (Capt. — 4); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Senior patrol 4; Co-ed volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 3, 4; Gym leader 4. GARY TODISCO 15 Arnold Road hair . . . friendly . . . nice Happiness is: being with debbie. I’ll never forget: 25 from 8 p.m.-3 a.m. Suppressed desire: to be in the mafia. 94 JANET TOWSE 7 Congress Street cheerleader . . . cute . . . poli- tician . . . spirited Happiness is: " to grow in the open air, to eat and sleep with the earth.” Suopressed desire: wdldness. Comment: " god secure me from security, now and forever, amen. " Cheerleader 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Honor society. Gym leader 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Spring concert 1, 2; PTL drive 1, 3; Varsity scholar; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Girls’ state rep. 3; Gymnastics club 3; Girls’ track 2; Future teachers’ 3. MARIE ANN TRIGILIO 6 Marie Avenue Gilchrists . . . friendly . . . Steve . . . nice clothes Happiness is: when with Steve . . . out with my friends. Suppressed desire: to become a specialized cosmetician. Comment: life’s greatest achieve- ment is the continual remaking of yourself so that at last you know how to live. French club 2; Creative writing 2; Booster club 2, 4; Future nurses’ 2; Pep squad 2, 3, 4; Girls’ track 2; Co-ed volleyball 2; Yearbook 4; Senior skit 4; Senior dance comm. 4; Interna- tional relations’ 2; Intramural field hockey 2. LA ' WRENCE TRACY 6 Gould Street twin . . . laundry . . . Ho Chi Min trail . . . humorous Happiness is: a party I’ll never forget: sept 23, 1953 Suppressed desire: to walk in space. Football 1; Soring track 2; Cross country 1; Winter track 1; Spring track 2; Soccer 4. BONNIE TRIPP 8 Vi Elm Street reserved . . . considerate . . . studious . . . ambitious Happiness is: brockton . . . being with friends. Misery is: getting up early, going to bed at night. Comment: the road to this year was a long and difficult one. i am proud to have finally made it. LORRAINE E. TRACY 6 Gould Street twin . . . cute . . . nice person- ality . . . always laughing Happiness is: being free . . . b.c. Misery is: 6:30 a.m. ... no letter . . . getting caught. Suppressed desire: to find peace. Library aide: 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster club. DIANE M. VACCA 6 Peter’s Drive beautiful hair . . . creative . . . pretty . . . fun Happiness is: being with k j . . . hockey I’ll never forget: fall ’67, the spring; andre’s, sept. 8, summer ’70; the long and winding road. Comment: " no peace which is not peace for all, no rest until all has been fulfilled.” anonymous Dance club 3, 4; Homeroom rep. 2, 3; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; PTL drive 3, 4; Guidance aide 3; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. prom comm. 3; Senior play comm. 4; Homecoming comm. 3; Future teachers’ 2, 3; French club 2, 3; Gym leader 4; Drug comm. 3; Traffic squad 3; Co-ed volley- ball 3, 4. 95 PAMELA MARIE VALLARELLI I4l Franklin Street Mike . . . personality . . . cheer- leader . . . sharp dresser Happiness is; 9 25 69 . . .honey, hockey, winning I ' ll never forget; michael, sue " p” and ad, " the book” 13X-nice girl, the face. Comment; definition of love; you can’t put love down in a page of a book, it isn ' t expressed by how your eyes look, it’s a feeling that grows inside of your skin, loves bad when you lose, but good when you win. Cheerleader 3, 4; Spring concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Class officer ( " V.P. — 2); Guidance aide 4; Girls ' en- semble 3, 4; PTL drive 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Spartan chorale 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 2; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Jr. prom comm. 3; Field hockey 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Co-ed vol- leyball 2, 3, 4; Homeroom rep. 2, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3 4; Graduation usher 3; Gym leader 3 4; Pep squad 1 2; Homecoming comm. 3; Booster club 1 2 3 4. THOMAS M. VENNOCHI 29 Newcomb Road Peggy . . . football . . . discuss . . . v.w. I’ll never forget; abbajona’s . . . the night after the " parry” and that day at ogunquit, when peggy had a slight loss of " hearing.” Comment; it wouldn’t hurt, at times, if we shed all our frustra- tions and anxieties, and just try to smile! Creative writing 1, 2, 3, 4; Seeds 2, 3, (editor — 4); Newspaper 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring track 1, 2, 3, 4; " Wrestling 3, 4; Weightlifting; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 3, 4; Jr. prom comm. 3; Sr. prom comm. 4; Student council 3, 4; Gradua- tion usher 3; Yearbook 4. JOANNE VASCONCELLOS 28 Montvale Avenue Peter . . . nice hair . . . legs . . . brown eyes Happiness is; m.f. 8 . . . may 24, 1968 Misery is; skipping school and getting caught. I’ll never forget; the m.f. 8, eat- ing ring dings under the table while i was in the hospital. Spartan chorale 1, 2, 3, 4; Home- room rep. 2; Homecoming comm. 3; Office aide 3, 4; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. play comm. 4; Co-ed volley- ball 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4. KAREN WAITE 40 Chestnut Street boys . . . " eyes” . . . beautiful hair . . . popular Happiness is; a lifetime of peace . . . pulling 200S. I’ll never forget; the duck on the truck . . . e. v.’s locker. Comment; in the life of a person the most essential thing for hap- piness is the gift of friendship. Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance club 3; Homecoming comm. 3; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Jr. prom comm. 3; Jr. class dance 3; Traffic squad 3, 4; Office aide 4; Yearbook 4; Senior skit 4; Glee club 4; Mixed chorus 1; Booster club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom rep. 2; Freshman class dance 1; Co-ed volleyball 4. EDWARD MICHAEL VIGLIONE 32 Seward Road " Vig . . . friendly . . .China Moon . . . lots of laugbs Happiness is; sleeping till 1;30, boston bruins hockey I’ll never forget; k.w.’s locker, the day the bruins won the Stan- ley cup. Suppressed desire; to grow to- matoes for sock, to be eddie shack and bobby orr simultane- ously. Hockey 1; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 3; Pep squad 3; Rocket club 1. EDWARD WALL 19 Wilson Road cars . . . Barry’s . . . always some- thing . . . witty Happiness is; working on cars. Misery is; waking up in the morning. I’ll never forget; h.p. 289. Winter track; Art award. THOMAS WALSH 2 Pine Ridge Road Jo-Ann . . . Wally . . . hockey . . . creative Misery is; getting a haircut. Suppressed desire: to go cross country by bike. Comment: people should not be judged by their outward appear- ance. Hockey 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3; Weight- lifting 2, 3, 4; Artfest 2, 3, 4. JANET WELCH 77 Calthea Street " J” . . . Chester . . . cute . . . eyes Happiness is : freedom. Misery is: being so aware. I ' ll never forget: getting it on. Suppressed desire: to see the world. Comment: to have peace in our nation there must be a revolution first. RICHARD DAN WARREN 25 Washington Avenue Big Dick . . . truck . . . K.M.D. . . . close guest Happiness is: out to eat at lunch time . . . subs. Misery is; caught skipping one period and five nights for it. I’ll never forget: truck rides to the beach . . . cape. Spartan chorale 2, 3, 4; Volley- ball 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Glee club 1, 2, 3; Senior pa- trol 4; Football 2; Winter track 3, 4; Spring track 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 3, 4. MARYANN WESOLOWSKI 2 Spruce Street sweet . . . Ellen . . . Russ . . . musical Happiness is: auntie gil, pulling zoos and Saturday nights. Misery is: broken finger . . . springs in school. Suppressed desire; to prove i’m not dumb. Orchestra 2, 3; Carnival ball 2, 3, 4; Drama festival 3, 4; Year- book 4; Creative writing 3, 4; Seeds 3, 4; Spring concert 2, 3, 4; Pep squad 3; Choralettes 2; Girls ' ensemble 3, 4; Spartan chorale 3, 4. SUSAN G. WEISSE 91 Franklin Street Essie . . . biggest eater . . . talka- tive . . . Carroll’s Happiness is: m.f.8 . . . aug 26, ' 69 . . . leroy Misery is: no car for a year . . . friday nites. Comment: friendship inspires happiness and abates misery by doubling our joy and dividing our sorrow. Class officer (social chairman 1, 2); Pep squad 3, 4; Senior skit 4; Spartan chorale 1, 2; Glee club 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirp twirl comm. 2; Booster club; Office aide 4; Dance club 4; Dance comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior play comm. 4; Jr. prom comm. 3. MARK RICHARD WEST 9 Greenway Circle football . . . basketball . . . friendly Happiness is: beating melrose! Misery is: losing when you know you should have won. I’ll never forget: beating melrose! Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Winter track 4; Spring track 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4; Yearbook 4; Gym leader 4; Weightlifting 3, 4; Senior prom comm. 4. 97 LUCIA CHRISTINE WHITE 3 Felspa Road original . . . intelligent . . . quiet . . . independent Happiness is: getting it all to- gether. Misery is: when you fall apart and no one is there to pick up the pieces. ril never forget: all the people that i love and trust. Comment: to be free and to be me. you’ll never know. HERBERT R. YOUNG 66 High Street slap shot . . . hole-in-one . . . congenial . . . classy dresser Happiness is: a hole-in-one on a par five. I ' ll never forget: snipes! Comment: school is horrendous! Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior patrol 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD W. WILKES 6 Keene Street First National . . . friendly . . . granny glasses . . . personality. Misery is: not finding the elevator at the end of the halls. I ' ll never forget: mr. orman say- ing something only once . . . only once. Suppressed desire: to shave mr. rocher’s beard. Football 1; Hockey 1; Gym leader 3, 4; Senior patrol 4. GEORGE ZANNI III 26 Maple Street unique . . . personality . . . Brit- ish Army . . . Scott Happiness is: loving someone and being loved back. Misery is: not being cared about. I’ll never forget: underhanded plots with my friends. DONNA WOOD 43 High Street original . . . tall . . . MacDonald’s . . . eyes Misery is: people. I’ll never forget: Sundays on cam- bridge common. Suppressed desire: to travel across country to California. Basketball 2; International rela- tions’ 2; Creative writing 2; Drug comm. 3. NANCY SHEA 28 Montvale Avenue shea . . . " Moo” . . . best friend . . . sense of humor Happiness is : M.F. 8 . . . cows at the farm Misery is: 100 miles away and green cars I’ll never forget: ring dings under the table Future Teachers 1, 2; Gym leader 3; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Pep squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior play comm. 4; Drama club 2; Future secretaries 3; Homecoming comm. 3. 98 F O O T 1st row: D. Fiore, R. Dearth, R. Daniels, T. Mayo, A. Jones, J. Farrell, J. Angelosanto, L. Dennis, P. Angelosanto, T. Ven- nochi, B, Stone. 2nd row: J. Grasso, K. Houghton, L. De- Simone, W. Griffith, R. Cody, D. Grasso, S. Richmond, M. West, K. Kilroy, K. Kilroy. 3rd row: J. Margarita, D. Corkum, R. Muir, R. Zampell, M, Cross, A. Finnegan, A. Paradiso, D. Halpin, R. Bartolucci, P. McManus, W. McHenry. 4th row: S. O ' Neil, L. Donahue, D. Rummell, J. Sullivan, J. Dugan, B. Walzcak, R. O’Neil, P. McLaughlin. B A L The Spartans’ football team experienced an up and down season as they finished with a 3-4-2 record. They won three of their first four games, but then went 0-3-2 the remainder of the season. However, the Spartans easily could have had a winning season. Two of their losses came by two points late in the game, and one was by a single point. In the big game against Middlesex Champion and Class B Co-champion Wake- field, the Spartans were behind by only seven points in the fourth period before falling back. Stoneham was started as a pre-season favorite, and nearly fulfilled their expectations but for the late slump. Outstanding performers on the team included Jim Farrell and Jack Angelosanto, the co-captains, Dave Fiore, Bob Dearth, Phil Angelosanto, and quarterbacks DeSimone and A1 Finnegan; Farrell was voted the Marty Jordan Award as the outstanding player in the Thanksgiving game against Reading as well as being selected the Most Valuable Player of the team. 102 FOOTBALL SCORES (A) Stoneham 21 IMelrose 14 (A) Stoneham 7 Lexington 8 Stoneham 6 Belmont 0 (A) Stoneham 28 Woburn 0 Stoneham 8 Wakefield 29 (A) Stoneham 8 Winchester 8 Stoneham 12 Watertown 13 (A) Stoneham 14 Concord-Carlisle 16 Stoneham 20 Reading 22 103 Soccer entered its second year at the high school in 1970. Although the team’s record was not truly outstanding, the hooters gain- ed valuable experience and provided excite- ment for the fans. The season was high- lighted by victories over Belmont and Wake- field, 1-0 and 2-1 respectively. The Spartans also tied three games and played well in most of their other contests. Stoneham played with many underclassmen on their Varsity and with the experience gained from their play, the Spartans should im- prove markedly in the coming season. Coach Mike Kennedy should be com- mended for a fine job in leading - the Spar- tans for their first two seasons. Although not surrounded by veteran and practiced soccer players, he molded a group of in- dividuals into a respectable team. As a testi- mony to the Spartans’ ability, halfback Tom Anderson was elected to the All Middlesex League team. 1st row: B. Seibold, B. Carroll, K. Brassil, ' M. Geragosian, G. Hunter, T. An- derson, R. McCarthy, S. Nims. 2nd row; J. Smith, M. Schlock, P. Tuminelli, R Paradiso, J Phelan 104 105 c R O s s c o u N T R Y 106 Despite a small turnout for the team, the Spartan harriers enjoyed a successful season in 1970 as they capped off a 7-2 record by winning the Class C State Championship. Captain Tom Hayes led the Spartans by personally winning every regular season league meet. Tom also finished fifth in the Class C State meet, first in the Middlesex League Champion- ship, and eleventh in the All-State meet. Other strong contributors to the team included Mike Palermo, who came along strong at the end of the year, Alan Clark, who recovered from a hip injury to aid the Spar- tans, and underclassman Bob Viola, Ed Farrell, Gerry Stephenson, and Tom Deyak. The Spartans’ season could be considered remark- able due to the fact that they barely had enough runners for their meets. However, thanks to great training and the discipline of those few who ran under Coach Alain Rocher, the Spartans came up with one of their greatest years in cross-country. 1st row: K. Kyle, R. Viola, R. Deyak, M. Palermo, A. Clark, T. Hayes, E. Farrell, J. Stevenson. 2nd row: K. Small, J. Murphy, J. Nichols, S. Nichols, B. Heuman. i CROSS COUNTRY SCORES Wakefield 20 Stoneham 43 (L) Melrose 37 Stoneham 18 (W) Concord-Carlisle 34 Stoneham 23 (W) Belmont 39 Stoneham 20 (W) Watertown 30 Stoneham 25 (W) Woburn 30 Stoneham 26 (W) Winchester 35 Stoneham 20 (W) Reading 36 Stoneham 19 (W) Lexington 28 Stoneham 29 (L) STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY 107 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 1st row: L. Geary, L. Gandolfi, P. Vallarelli, M. Hanlon, N. Duonolo, L. Phelan. 2nd row: P. Armato, S. Adams, D. Mitchell, P. Martin, J. Pataskevas, B. Rush, Coach J. Eastwood. H O C Even though the girls’ Varsity field hockey team had no wins, it was an exciting season. This team had more spirit and pep to go out and play than any other team around. The girls gave their coach, Mrs. Judith Eastwood, great pride and happiness. We would like to wish her the best of luck in life ahead, with the new addition to her family. She was a great coach and an asset to our team. 108 J.V. FIELD HOCKEY 1st row: M. Salinen, P. St. George, M. Marrone, ' M. Sullivan, J. Dennis, M. Murray, J. Rolli. 2nd row: M. Bourque, P. Corkum, B. Adams, D. Hanlon, M. Moore, C. Surrette, T. Fallon. 3rd row: T. D’Annolfo, J. Austin, P. Corkum, D. Ditullio, J. McNulty, M. Jamieson, N. McKee. 109 110 1st row: J. Downing, M. Giannoccari. 2fii row: K. Fillipone, S. Pomeroy, C. Jackson, E. Ternullo, L. Fontana. 3rd row: J. Nazarian, M. Martin, J. Barbo, D. Parker. 4th row: K. Gieragosian, K. Kelly, C. Berger, N. Geragosian, C. Cucinotta. 112 ROW 1 : S. Nims, D. Corkum, G. Hunter, Capt. T. Anderson, N. DeTeso, P. Tuminelli, R. Young. ROW 2: M. Horgan, M. Murgia. J. Dolan, M. Geragosian, J. Cullen, J. Haugh, R. Dunbar. ROW 3. T. O’Toole, M. Vaughn, S. Rolli, P. McManus, W. McHenry, M. Salonen, Coach D. Burns. E The Spartan hockey squad finished with a 13-3-2 record and a second-place tie with Melrose. This season was supposedly a rebuilding year for Stoneham, but the Spartans surprised many people by winning their first eight games in a row and going undefeated through ten games. A late season slump cost the Spartan’s the Middlesex League Title, but they qualified for the state tournament for the eighth year in a row. The line of Mike Murgia, Tom Anderson, and Jim Dolan played great hockey over the final half of the season, and all three finished in the top ten scorers in the Middlesex League. Mike Geragosian allowed the fewest goals in the league, and his great play along with defensemen Glenn Hunter and Tom O’Toole kept the Spartans in many games. VARSITY SCORES Stoneham 4 Watertown 1 Stoneham 3 Belmont 1 Stoneham 3 Reading 0 Stoneham 6 Wakefield 2 Stoneham 1 Melrose 0 Stoneham 4 Woburn 3 Stoneham 6 Concord 2 Stoneham 3 Lexington 1 Stoneham 1 Winchester 1 Stoneham 0 Belmont 0 Stoneham 6 Watertown 2 Stoneham 0 Woburn 1 Stoneham 6 Reading 2 Stoneham 4 Wakefield 3 Stoneham 3 Melrose 4 Stoneham 3 Winchester 5 Stoneham 3 Lexington 1 Stoneham 10 Concord 2 Stoneham 0 U.V.M. Frosh 5 Stoneham 5 King Phillip 0 Stoneham . 1 Malden Catholic 5 116 Coach Dick Bums • j Vi B A S K E T B A L L m. VARSITY BASKETBALL ROW 1: Co-Capt. B. Carroll, Co Capt. D. Barbo. ROW 2 : Coach S. Conroy, J. Phelan, J. Farrell, D. Arseneault, B. O ' Donnell, R. Sereda, D, Barbo, B. Timperley, S. McClorey, J.V. Coach, R. Tavanese. Under new head coach, Steve Conroy, the Spartans finished with a 7-11 season. The lack of a really tall man at center hurt the Spartans, but good teamwork kept them in many games. Dave Arseneault came on strong in the second half of the season to become a top scorer. Ralph Sereda performed well in the pivot although often playing against bigger opponents. Co-captains A1 Barbo and Buzzy Carroll helped mold the team into a fine unit which gave 100% all year. Coach Steve Conroy 118 VARSITY SCORES 46 Watertown- 64 82 Woburn 48 56 Winchester 68 64 Concord 45 65 Belmont 49 53 Lexington 83 49 Melrose 59 55 Reading (OT) 58 60 Melrose 89 58 Wakefield 56 49 Watertown 53 71 Woburn 43 64 Winchester 61 49 Concord 57 67 Belmont 66 45 Lexington 87 60 Reading . 76 53 Wakefield 56 Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham Stoneham I ROW 1 : A. Jones, P. Jones, T. Hayes, D. Daniels, R. Gady, P. Brissette, D. Mahoney, J. Holmes. ROW 2: A. Clark, B. Bartolucci, L. DeSimone, D. Georgette, J. Stevenson, R. Hopkins. ROW 3; J. Angelosanto, J. Grasso, S. Cleveland, D. Petto, B. Viola, D. Fiore, T. Angelosanto. ROW 4: E. Farrell, M. Palermo. CLASS C STATE CHAMPIONS The winter track team finished the season with a 6-3 record, with their losses coming only to the Middlesex League tri-champions. The highlight of the year, however, was the Class C State Championship which the Spartans won at Boston Garden. This marked the first year that Stoneham took this title, and marked a high point in the rise of the track program since its beginning a few years ago. Much of the credit must go to coaches Dan McCauley and Alain Rocher who have built a fine team. WINTER TRACK Stoneham 62 Concord 24 Stoneham 55 Winchester . 31 Stoneham 31 Wakefield 55 Stoneham 54 Woburn 32 Stoneham 40 Melrose 46 Stoneham 34 Lexington 52 Stoneham 51 Belmont 35 Stoneham 51 Reading 35 Stoneham 54 Watertown 32 G I R L S B A S K E T B A L L 122 VARSITY ROW 1: B. J. Barry, Co-Capt. D. Carlson, Co-Capt. P. Hanson, P. Fields. ROW 2: B Rush, D Broadbent, T. D ' Annolfo, K. Scalley, S. Ward, M. Lusas, Coach S. Randall. Despite the dramatic changes in girls’ basketball rules from previous years, Stoneham High was able to finish the season on the winning side with a 5-4 record. A great deal of practice and concentration was needed to adapt successfully to the 5-player game, but the girls were soon able to put it all together and come up with victories. Coach Sally Randall did an excellent job as always, and the girls put forth tremendous effort in every game. Junior Varsity Coach Jeanne Duonolo developed the talent and ability of our sophomores, and, combined with the experienced juniors, the team can look forward to many winning seasons. JUNIOR VARSITY ROW 1; E. Hodson, T. Fallon, C. Brandano, S. Miller, D. Pinato. ROW 2: B. Savelo, M. Marrone, P. Kirk, D. Hanlon, M. Morrison, M. Mahan, manager. ROW 3 : Coach Jeanne Duonolo, M. Moore, E. Surdam, D. Fiore, N. McKee, Managers C. McDonald and L. Lewis. G Y M N A S T I C S ROW 1: E. D’Annolfo, M. Bourque, J. Green, Capt. D. Quartarone, P. Vallarelli, P. Drexler, P. Bruning. ROW 2: Manager R. Harrison, C. Surrette, R. Trovato, D. Wood, J. Mangone, J. Nazarian, M. Martin, Coach C. Keyon. The girls’ gymnastics team had a very successful season this year. They competed in six meets and won four of them, finishing third in the Middlesex League standings. Coach Connie McCoumbe, now Mrs. Keyon, was back from last year. Dianne Quartarone was their captain, competing on the balance beam. Pam Vallarelli, another remrning senior, performed on the beam and the horse. Cindy Jack- son had another successful year competing on the horse and parallel bars, and Patti Bruning joined with others on the balance beam, the horse, and floor exercises. There is some outstanding talent in our hard-working juniors and sopho- mores, and the future for the coming teams look bright. All in all, " it was a very good year.” I 124 ' 1 1 i LorrJ ar€ Cl roll (Jr-re ' r) ® fc( .-e ese pjcf O’Stk.0 f ran l ich ' i ’ 3 .nef oiosc Ta rw V ( licxy lif ' nnt. SPARTAN SPOKESMAN ROW 1: J. Thompson, R. DiCarlo, K. Harrington, Editors T. Horgan, K. Ranlett, R. Junker; G. Crocker, M. Peterson. ROW 2: D. Parker, R. Card, P. Benedetto, M. Morrison, P. Hicks, R. Stetson, D. Richards, N. McCue. ROW 3: Advisor Mrs. McCormick, B. Leccese, J. Levine, N. McKee, R. Thomas, J. Herrick, S. Theroux. FILM CLUB ROW 1: R. Lang, L. Lewis, E. Slater, A. McCIorey. ROW 2 ; P. Carsley, J. Levine, M. Morrisson, R. Zampell, B. Dempsey, N. McKee, Advisor Mr. Smith. 131 CREATIVE WRITING SEEDS KNEELING: B. Keimach, iM. Wesolowski, J. Levine, P. Carsley. STANDING: P. Benedetto, R. Junker, P. Campbell, N. Thompson, A. Romano, L. Fava, C. Howe, R. Card, Advisor Miss Norelli, L. Starr, A. McClorey, D. Sturgis, S. Burke. STANDING: B. Keimach, Advisor Miss Norelli. KNEELING: A. McClorey, N. Thompson, R. Card, T. Vennochi, N. Smith, D. Arseneault, P. Hanson. LYING: D. Merrill, L. Starr, C. Brandano. 132 CHESS CLUB ROW 1: D. Grasso, R. Rudman, S. Rich- mond, B. Stone, R. Hyder, W. Bambery. ROW 2; D. Lounsbury, J. Joyce, A. Caprio, T. O’Toole, C. Doherty, D. Marshall, K. McPhee, F. Beltcher, B. Walczak. ROW 3: J. Doggerty, B. Houghton, C. Tagliamonte, C. Perrez, S. Rolli, W. McHenry, J. Mar- garita. SCIENCE CLUB ROW 1 ; P. Lounsbury, E. Holmes, C. Thomj«on. ROW 2: D. Lounsbury, D. Grasso, M. Morrison, N. McKee, Advisor Mr. Lougee. ROW 3: K. Stev- ens, B. Heuman, J. Guyer, M. Katz, P. Lang. ROW 4: R. Morrison, J. Davis, R. Rudman, G. Vacon. DRAMA CLUB SEATED: B. Dempsey, M. O’Toole, E. Cunniff, B. Leccese, Advisor Mr. Romano. ROW 1: S. Burke, P. Drexler, D. Cornwell, J. Savelo, J. Lawless, B. Conley, P. Sweetser, J. Shaunessey, A McClorey, W. Kercher. ROW 2: J. Covino, D. Merrill, D. Hicks, N. McCue, K. Berger, M. Peterson, P. Corkum, M. Cunniff, D. Crocker, J. Bevers. ROW 3: B. Dechert, T. Spadafora, J. Richmond, P. Dearth, S. Arse- neault, I. Valenti, W. McHenry, R. Dearth, G. Crocker, J. Austin, C. Cugini, C. Brennan, M. Conely, K. Greenquist, J. Gussman, L. Bren- nen. 133 FUTURE NURSES L to R : Advisor Mrs. Hurst, P. Rettig, J. Goldthwaite, J. Scribner, B. Pignato, D. Ames, M. Tincker. CENTER; A. Mohammed. FUTURE TEACHERS ROW 1: Advisor Miss Courtney, N. Reagen, J. Denehy, President A. Romano, K. Harrington, J. Grafton, L. Fava. ROW 2; M. Tawless, M. Sullivan, L. Valenti, C. Beaton, P. Driscoll, M. Rello, J. Romano. ROW 3: J. Teal, D. Kerr, E. Cionti, B. lovine, J. Kinzie, C. lidoux, E. Leonard. FUTURE SECRETARIES ROW 1: K. Kelly, A. Mazzola, D. Elmasian, D. Crocker, D. DuPlessis, M. Maragiolio, N. Aruda, K. Gerogosian, D. Miller. ROW 2; Advisor Miss Corum, P. Kercher, K. Ellis, M. Dooling, B. Dunn, M. Schultz, N. Costello, C. Bohling, B. Kezatjian, P. Jamieson, J. Hiltz, Advisor Miss Garuti. ROW 3: D. Williams, D. McClulIen, M. Campbell, D. Keating, M. Allen, P. Mar- shall, K. May, R. Maxwell. INTERACT ’i- Amarantides, G. Bell, J. Lang, S. Sloss, R. Anderson, J. Sasso, P. Jones. Zr J- G. Vacon, D. Coombs, R. Junker, M. Pagliarulo, T. Momata, M. ZaiKhik, W Smith. ROW 2: K. Poor, R. Wilkes, R. Jackson, G. Riska, S. Toce, R. Crocker, P U sbury, Advisor, Mr. Rowell. ROW 3; B. Walzak, P. Brissette, J. Wilson, C. Barbo, J. Moore, S. DiMarzo. ROW 4: J. Guyer, J. Titus, K. Tarr, D. Wallace, J. Marrone, R. Rudman. 135 FRENCH CLUB ROW 1: Treasurer P. Carsley, Secretary J. Paraskevas, Vice-Presi- dent J. Denehy, President B. lovine. ROW 2: A. Beaton, M. Rello, D. Powers, M. Roach, K. Russell, B. Barry, A. McClorey, C. Bea- ton, J. Romano, P. Corkum, D. Sturgis,}. Grafton, D. Quartarone. ROW 3 : P. Drexler, J. Bergonzi, E. Ottavi, P. O’Brien, M. Con- cannon, I. Valenti, M. Peterson, J. O ' Halleran, K. Cugini, E. Leon- ard, S. Callahan, P. Driscoll, S. Foley, S. Pomeroy. ROW 4: E. Doran, K. Donnelly, M. Maragioglio, C. Dawson, C. Raftell, N. Dennis, J. Kacoyanis, C. Morton, K. Joslin, E. Cionti, K. Harring- ton, C. Davis, B. Smith, A. Romano, S. Adams, Advisor Mr. Rocher. LATIN CLUB ROW 1 ; R. Zampell, E. Day, W. Kercher, J. Moore, R. Lang, J. Bevers, E. Bolgen, D. Petto. ROW 2: Advisor Mrs. Braun, J. Ryan, J. Picano, C. Beaton, C. Morton, J. Shaughnessy, D. Shat- tuck, L. Fava, B. lovine. 136 TRAFFIC SQUAD ROW 1: Advisor Mr. Martin, P. Vallarelli, P. Martin, A. Mazzola, J. Downing. ROW 2: K. Waite, D. Newton, B. Dempsey. ROW 3: M. Giannoccari, N. Duo- nolo, L. Phelan. ROW 4: J. Alongi, G. Caliri, C. Cimina, D. Broadbent. ROW 5: K. Fillipone, J. Teal, J. Mangone, K. Regan. ROW 6; D. Merrill, M. Sullivan, J. Nazarian, M. Martin. SENIOR HONOR PATROL ROW 1: E. Wilkes, W. Griffith, R. McKinnon, M. DiCarlo, A Clark, J. Thistle, E. Hill, P. Jones, G. Greene. ROW 2: K. Cicca- rella, P. Casagrandi, M. Hubbard, V. DePierro, T. Mayo, R Dan- iels, A. Jones, T. liorgan, N. DeTeso. ROW 3: T. Anderson, P. Angelosanto, M. Gerogosian, K. Brassil, S. Leahy, J. Angelosanto, K. Kilroy, P. Daly, S. Dechert, Advisor Mr. White. ROW 4: J. Farrell, D. Barbo, R. Dearth, D. Mahoney, R. Sereda, B. Leccese, D. Dawson, T. Vennochi, M. West, M. Curran, J. Kelly, G. Hunt- er, B. Stone. ROW 5: M. Dore, T. Angelosanto, M. Anderson, R. Timperly, T. Denison, J. Cullen, E. Viglione, A. Carroll, K. O ' Toole, D. Fiore, S. McClorey, R. Siebold, R. Cody. 137 BAND ROW 1: K. Stevens, J. Titus, R. Junker, J. Wilson, S. Foley, C. Davis. ROW 2: Advisor Mr. Todaro, R. Hyder, D. Coombs, C. Barbo, B. Keimach, A. Grometstein, L. Giuggio, C. Castiglioni. ROW 3: P. Dechert, J. Grasso, F. Capuano, S. Richmond, D. Rummel, R. Viola, J. Smith. ORCHESTRA SEATED: L. Giuggio, R. Junker, S. Richmond, J. Picano, A. Romano, J. Wilson, J. Marrone. ROW 1: L. Tracy, C. Beaton, N. Thompson, P. Schultz, L. Tracy. ROW 2: M. York, P. MacLeod, J. Grasso, K. Stevens, J. Titus. ROW 3: C. Raftell, N. Payne, Advisor Mr. Alaura, D. Grasso, J. Shaughnessy. 138 IlfiiiiliiHnii BOYS’ GLEE CLUB L. Lang, R. Anderson, W. Leccese, R. O’Neil, R. Lang, B. Keimach, M. Tighe, R. Cody, P. Dechert, M. Zaitchik, J. Sullivan, J. Brammer, P. Wesolowski, D. Thorley, J. Campbell, J. Luther, E. Freeman, R. Jackson. GIRLS’ ENSEMBLE ROW 1: J. Cosmopolous, F. Pullo, R. Davis, M. Doherty, L. Campbell, D. Ames, M. Tinker, D. Powers, N. Costello, P. Valla- relli, K. Harrington, J. Denehy, A. Romano, L. Fava, P. Driscoll, L. Starr, K. Ledoux, L. Valenti. ROW 2: M. Scheraldi, N. Smith, D. Crocker, P. Carsley, D. Quartarone, M. McColgan, M. Purring- ton, J. LeFave, J. Teal, C. Howe, C. Davis, D. Doherty. ROW 3 : D. Cornwell, M. Wesolowski, R. Harrison, R. Card, K. Ranlett, M. Concannon, S. Campbell, M. O’Toole, J. Savelo. MADRIGAL SINGERS L. to R.: M. Tincker, D. Quartarone, C. Raftell, J. Teal, D. Wood, M. Katz, L. Lang, B. Keimach, J. Luther, N. Smith, L. Starr, D. Traverse, C. Berger, M. Peterson, N. McCue, Advisor Miss Crowe. SPARTAN CHORALE ROW 1: N. Payne, N. McCue, M. Wesolowski, D. Cornwell, D Powers, N. Coste ' lo, L. Valente, D. Ames, M. Tincker, B. Quigley Advisor Mrs. Wipperman, G. Bell, R. Murphy, L. Giuggio, P Lang, M. Pagliarulo, M. Morrison, J. Picano, P. Drexler, D. Quar tarone, P. Kercher, C. Raftell. ROW 2 : B. Dempsey, D. Crocker M. Cunniff, L. Campbell, J. Vasconcellos, P. Vallarelli, B. Leccese S. Burke, M. Katz, D. Petto, P. Wesolowski, L. Starr, P. Fields G. Crocker, J. LeFave, R. Harrison, K. Ledoux, D. Hicks, K. Har rington. ROW 3: J. Campbell, C. Dawson, K. McPhee, K. Ranlett, J. Denehy, M. Concannon, J. Lang, R. Lang, M. Carsley, D. Mit- chell, N. Dennis. ROW 4: S. Campbell, K. Delvental, T. D’Annol- fo, J. Savelo, M. Purrington, N. Smith, M. McColgan, B. O’Don- nell, S. DiMarzo, W. Walczak, C. Doherty, R. Cody, C. MacDon- ald, J. Teal, A. Rorrtano, M. O ' Toole, J. Levine, T. Guarneri, D. Wood. ROW 5: B. Keimach, R. O ' Neil, P. Dechert, R. Anderson, J. Luther, W. Reynolds. 140 GREATER BOSTONIANS L. to R.: Brad Keimach, Matt Zaitchik, Leonard Giuggio. ALL-DISTRICT CHORUS ROW 1: B. Dechert, B. Keimach. ROW 2: L. Giuggio, L. Campbell, E. Cunniff, R. Cody, J. Titus. CHORALETTES L. to R. : M. Mahoney, J. Niestepski, D. Richard, K. Harrington, R. Trovato, J. Shaughnessy, D. Shattock, N. McKee.C. Theroux, K. Gilmartin, E. Cunniff, J. Romano, D. Maxwell, R. DiCarlo. 141 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY !» 1 Fa j ROW 1 : L. Campbell, J. Towse, D. DeRoeck, M. Wesolowski, D. Crocker, D. DuPlessis, D. Quartarone, D. Ames, P. Fields, L. Lewis, P. Armato. ROW 2: P. Riska, J. Angelosanto, A. Pullo, S. Foley, L. Bishai, B. Barry, M. Rello, K. Harrington, L. Fava, J. Denehy, N. Aruda, C. Davis, B. Smith, P. Hanson. ROW 3: T. Hayes, J. Guyer, M. Dore, R. Rudman, D. Grasso, S. Leahy, R. Junker, G. Taylor, R. Anderson, A. Jones, J. Sasso, P. Jones. STUDENT COUNCIL ROW 1: C. Macchia, J. Borelli, T. Spadafora. ROW 2: K. Angelosanto, K. Higgins, D. Forrest, P. Armato, C. Brandano, N. McCue, P. Corkum, B. Adams, M. Zaitchik. ROW 3: J. Dempsey, T. Vennochi, P. Campbell, J. Sasso, R. O’Connell, President K. O ' Toole, S. DiMarzo, B. Bamberry, J. Corino, T. O’Toole. 142 CLASS OFFICERS Sophomore Officers to R. : President, B. Bamberry; Treasurer, S. Ciroli; Secretary, DiPrisco. Advisor, Mr. Martin; Social Chairmen, J. Scalley and McHenry. Senior Officers ROW 1: Social Chairmen: S. Pomeroy and E. Ternullo. ROW 2: Secretary, S. Adams; Treasurer, P. Carsley. ROW 3: Advisor, Mrs. Garvin; President, J. Sasso; Vice-President, P. Brissette. Junior Officers Secretary, J. O’Halloran; Treasurer, M. Griffith. Vice-Presi- dent, J. Smallcomb; President, R. O’Connell; Social Chair- man, K. Fillipone. Advisor, Miss Klimas. Missing from picture: Social Chairman, K. Sheridan. 143 GIRLS’ STATE REPRESENTATIVES L. to R.: Janet Towse, Patti Hanson BOYS’ STATE REPRESENTATIVES 144 L. to R.: Jack Angelosanto, Phil Jones, Richard Rudman NEW ADDITIONS Miss Catherine Hadley S.H.S 145 Cast of Characters (In order of Appearance) Ginny Merrill Kim Ranlett Amelia Diane Elmasian Clarisse Barbara-Jo Barry Mary Nell Dorothy Crocker Miss Shackleford Martha M. O’Toole Janitors Paul Brissette, Richard Warren Telephone Man Michael J. DiCarlo Susan Peggy Fields Grace Woods Joanne Savelo Agatha Reed Barbara Dempsey Ellen Griswold Mary Ann Wesolowski Professor Birdeshaw Linda Campbell Carol Debbe Cornwell Jo Joanne Haggerty Dr. Pitt Donald Elliott James Merrill Ronald A. Junker Professor Dingley William Leccese Matt Cole Geof Green Claude Griswold Robert Anderson Faculty Director, Robert S. Silverman " GOODBYE, MY FANCY " SENIOR CLASS PLAY 146 November 20 and 21, 1970 ROW 1; D. Crocker, B. Barry, K. Ranlett, P. Fields, J. Haggerty. ROW 2: R. Junker, M. Di- Carlo, M. Wesolowski, D. Cornwell. ROW 3: B. Dempsey, G. Green. ROW 4: Faculty Director R. Silverman, S. Burke, W. Leccese, J. Levine, P. Brissette, D. Elmasian, R. Warren, R. Anderson, D. Elliot, M. O ' Toole, J. Savelo, L. Campbell. 147 KING and QUEEN Queen Jo-Ann Paraskevas, King Robert Daniels, Pages: Ruth Ann Poor and Brian Poor 148 William Leccese Master of Ceremonies ATTENDANTS L. to R.: Martha Giannoccari, Susan Pomeroy, Ellen Ternullo, Lynn Phelan, Diane Vacca. " Charlie and the M.TA.” — Linda Campbell, Carol Surette, Larry Lang, Marie Schiraldi, Kathy Ledoux " Phi Beta Kappa” — Kim Ranlett, Martha O’Toole, Debbie Cornwell, Joanne Savelo, Joanne LeFave, Barbara Dempsey, Mary Ann Wesolowski. ATTENDANTS L. to R.: Joan Downing, Judy Barbo, Ann Marie Mazzola, Susan Adams, Paula Martin. 149 USHERS ROW 1: Pamela Vallarelli, Head Usher Marie Hanlon, Barbara Dempsey. ROW 2: Diane New- ton, Kim Ranlett, Sharon Burke, Peggy Carsley. ROW 3: Karen Ciroli, Linda Fava, Barbara Moar, Delia DuPlessis, Karen Delvental. " A Long, Long Time” — Kathy Ledoux " Something” — Richard Cody and Lori Starr 150 SENIOR WALTZ L. to R.: SITTING; S. Burke, L. Campbell, T. Mayo, C. Adamo, S. Nims, P. Armato, M. Tighe, J, Grafton, T. Angelosanto, D. Quartarone, M. Pagliarulo, K. Ranlett. STANDING: B. O’Neil and S. Forbes. " It Can’t Last Or We Won’t Last’’ — Edwin Freeman " Come Samrday Morning’’ — Mary Ann Wesolowski " We’ve Only Just Begun” — Mary Purrington, Lori Starr, Maryanne Morrison, Maureen McColgan " Stoney End” relli — Pamela Valla- 151 " The Juice of the Barley” — Mi- chael Flynn 152 " A Letter From Camp " — Steve Burke DANCE BAND Saxophones — L. Giuggio, B. Keimach, D. Coombs, D. Rummel. Trumpets — S. Wilson, S. Richmond, K. Stevens. Trombones — J. Titus, P. Dechert, piano — J. Picano. Bass — J. Shaughnessy, D. Castiglione, C. Barbo. " Steam Roller Blues” — Matt Zaitchik n Stoneham High Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Gilda Wipperman 153 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1971 FOR RADIANT HEALTH 438-5500 STONEHAM, MASSACHUSETTS oqx ere are r?o sirar erJ u nc » this achool or nd ha je Aot HOVSS II ' jL Zuajlj i ' V(3L4cJ Z r 4x? yCL. -yO Pty 2 4yLy ' U -AtyU A uU yCy y AT- lyO ycJ to CZJ{. (Lyd.‘ L i’iy - - .y iytt U -A yOOyOCA tAj.1 ll-CtXLeACJy t ' tyty ty ' tLpcJ ' to laA) :£ ykMy(A .• . HtyUj i U OyPty yCA jta ,t: auiAtoy jL. z x,MycxA . , t2 4y4 AuAjt-€ y y ' tly ty C " ylZ .iMStA TAjU -AyX a :i ( ., Zy ,y UxJ uritoc 160 OUR PATRONS Mr. Mrs. Richard D. Foley Mr. Mrs. John A. Luther, Jr. Mr. Thomas M. Leahy Mr. Mrs. Frederick Carsley Mr. Mrs. James R. Davis Mrs. Dorothy M. Guide Mr. 6c Mrs. Frank Maragioglio Mr. Mrs. Julius J. Vennochi Mr. Mrs. Milton A. Burke Mr. Mrs. G. A. Ottavi Mr. Mrs. John Aruda Mr. Mrs. M. Athanas Mr. Mrs. George E. Crocker Mr. Mrs. Frank S. Jordan Mr. 6c Mrs. E. R. 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