Stoneham High School - Wildlife Yearbook (Stoneham, MA)

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For memories can tag along and don’t take up much room. I ' m sorry I can ' t be there with you, But accidents and illnesses have kept us worlds apart. Look up with your heart, don’t shed a tear but smile, for memories are good. Whisper our names softly, smile, and say you will. f on. Frederick M. Sellars DEDICATION Ralph J. Rowell Dedicated . . . sincere . . . perhaps the most well known and oft discussed member of the administration, a man whose ability at track is exceeded only by his tracking ability. His foul shooting prowess is legendary, his sense of humor, though often unnoticed is always present. Though his efforts often go unappreciated by the student body, we the Class of 1973 proudly dedicate our yearbook to our lovable assistant principal, Ralph J. Rowell. 3 The tree looks bigger now, Outside in the backyard. Each limb, the vein of life Each leaf, a new beginning Time is upon us Haunting our days Our Days of Future Past. WINTER The cold is closing in. Over these four walls I know it’s time to hibernate, Before it creeps into my soul. A deep, dark, throbbing pain upon my chest Tells that winter’s closing in. warmth p- — - 1 jfii , f NlM Jgr -l bH, 1 Ti ¥ L v i fc . ■ corridors the smell of candlewax burning in the long, brick corridors. my mind is filled with laughter now hearing, seeing, the midget dog running wildly my old little friend brown eyes like marbles glistening in the light. agonizing to understand. . . then the joy of creation . . . Our Days of Future Past. a sea of faces . . . yet moments of solitude . C ' smy $$$$ fibi ' Vi -‘-’■O- V ,t o» a, ' " - il. O ' ' r, - «h w.. ADMINISTRATION Mr. Daniel W. Hogan, Jr. Superintendent of Schools Mr. Fred Kiamie Vice Principal Mr. Ralph J. Rowell, Jr. Assistant Principal Mr. William L. Hoyt Principal Mrs. Agnes M. Barry Dean of Girls Mr. Thomas L. Wilton Administrative Assistant Mr. Frank Matarese Assistant Superintendent GUIDANCE F Mrs. Frances J. Gardner Miss Marcia A. Chisholm Mrs. Marjorie B. Hurst Hww urn « - UMKisirr li Mrs. Gale A. O ' Toole Mr. John P. Feltch Mr. William P. Murphy Chairman Mrs. Elizabeth K. Pack 13 SECRETARIES Mrs. Dorothy Ciampa Mrs. Edna Holt Mrs. Alice Walsh m i m •% i m . w " w m to. . lit m i " X • f I ■T ' . b r ■ « m v m mi vi w m n Mrs. Jane Martin Miss Rudie Lindgren Mrs. Winifred Donahue, Secretary 14 Miss Diane Finkel Mr. Thomas A. Colbert Mrs. Anne M. Biergiel Miss Elaine Christiano Miss Jackie Derry WORK Mr. Leonard J. Jesse Mrs. Jean Dillon Mr. Socrates G. Taseos Mr. Chester J. Jordan Chairman Miss Sharyn E. Thur Mrs. Elsie M. Decker 18 SCIENCE Mr. Joseph A. Collins Miss Diane J. Gray Mrs. Patricia C. Tine Mr. Douglas R. Inge Mr. John P. McGuire 21 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Miss Vera Komanowski IE Mr. Paul F. Atkinson LANGUAGES Mr. Rene E. Martin 23 OUh j «hdq Miss Jean F. Hassett Mr. James A. Romano Mr. David G. Kline Mr. Wayne E. Fillback Mr. James J. Campagna BUSINESS Miss Catherine B. Broderick Miss Maria L. Garuti Miss Elizabeth A. Furman Department Chairman Mrs. Marie E. Cargill Department Chairman Mrs. Patricia J. Springer Miss Jo Anne B. Berke 28 Illlllllllllll Mr. Robert T. Tavenese PHYSICAL Miss Saralee Wheeler EDUCATION Miss Sandra E. Curt Mr. Paul J. Sculley Mr. John H. Fawcett Director of Athletics CAFETERIA STAFF R. Benoit Left to right-. E. Lirakis, J. LeFave, J. O’Connell, L. Cloutier, M. Zammuto, M. Timmerman. R. Barrett CUSTODIANS 33 d hteCS of M°Ur dv|drej Are-, r ot o r o.J ildr-ej t-yW d r . Ce-, d uahfe o : -fcf (Mf. TK cort e_ -ttyroU K Kt rypt jro , dKou h fre- uii-tK Jxlo d ryot to u rf c theM weir own 4hcU M . o 0 ' a l oU;,f ( f r bodiej, fut t ot thar ouJ f-cr iVyeir 5u duieJI iiv % l o x 4 i 6r i or r° w ' , w K ' c t ° c, r t ot vJ ' ' t, r ct e- jer (r uour Ase n . Uo ro u kf ' v)€- t c- (l f r ( bv t 5fJ K ot to l Ke- OyO ) Cor ,je- tiVp r ot bacKu rd r or t arri e »t« rc t Are- tKe- i Arrowy t °w tfon wK d uou.r aft- « t jorth- cktldre [ od: iyur be- ' V ' " . try dkc A rc t e( ? lyjiyd. t 6 - f° r 4 - LkI ' I 6 ' Kdt ' MOST PROMISING Walter Donnelly, Irene Valenti MOST RESPECTED Patty Corkum, Bill Bambery MOST THEATRICAL Brian Connolly, Pam Drexler CLASS HEARTBREAKER KK Angelosanto CLASS LIVEWIRES Ellen Sereda Not pictured: Tony Caprio BEST LOOKING Willet, Wayne MacHenry BEST LEGS Barbara Savelo, Brian O’Donnell BEST DANCER Rose Trovato Not pictured: Bill Leccese MOST VERSATILE Pam Drexler, Charlie Doherty MAD SCIENTISTS Maryann Morrison, Paul Lounsbury MOST ARTISTIC Nancy Borelli, Eric Bolgen FAVORITE JUNIOR Carol Vacca NOT PICTURED QUIETEST: Diana Valente, Pete Catalano MOST ORIGINAL: Nancy Borelli, Steve Thorley MOST GULLIBLE: Bette Adams, Joe Dougherty MOST ATHLETIC Terry Fallon, Bill Walczak W m pi I CLASS COUPLE Carol McGrath, Bob Sweeney MOST MECHANICAL Elaine Hodson, Steve O’Neill MOST MUSICAL Elaine Cunniff Not Pictured: Matt Zaitchik MOST INTELLECTUAL Janet Spencer, Greg Riska BEST DRESSED Teri Conserva, Carl Tagliamonte MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Patty Corkum Arthur Stephenson , WORST JOKES Janet Bergonzi Ed Holmes FAVORITE JUNIOR Bob Parsons BIGGEST EATERS Elaine D’Annolfo, George Smith CLASS GIRL HATER Phil McLaughlin MOST TALKATIVE Rosanne DiCarlo, Michael Szloch FAVORITE SONG Sympathy for the Devil FAVORITE TEACHERS Mr. Kennedy Mrs. Decker FAVORITE SUBJECT Music FAVORITE PASTIME Drinking MOST SOPHISTICATED Irene Valenti Greg Riska FRIENDLIEST Carol Surette, Walter Sacco WITTIEST Debbie DiTullio, Pat O ' Donnell DONE MOST FOR SHS Elaine Cunniff Arthur Stephenson V ' lr - -M Bp:, r--X f M , v t ,. . i t • Wr, a f -j , ■ » 4 ’ ■ I‘l $ • •W’»» • » ir % D4 § If i ■ i ti J « fciSM ■ • »,S !’ ■ ■■ ■■ m ! 0 tm ! 1 ■ u n ■ k I a i 43 45 DOMINIC ABRAMO 17 East Street BETTE ADAMS 45 Perkins Street I ' ll never forget: P.T., Hull, Teacups, " OSolo Mio”, No Brakes with D.F. ambulance, the Cape, U.N.H., U. Mass., October 25, 1971. Comment: Sometimes I find my- self in aimless wandering when I awaken in the misty morning, and I must look to find my way as I await the end of day. . . . Happiness is: Paul, " shirts”. Pet peeve: " Saint " , chicken wings. Misery is: driving with D.F. (cold feet). ELIZABETH M. ALVES 5 Elwood Avenue Happiness is : making scenes and pulling zo os, getting pinched up on a hill with J. N., pulling A. J. ' s, R. M. L. I ' ll never forget: 19 1 S Nestor and Ann Marie, summer of ’72, Sally and Chipmunk, the Flint- stones, my death bed, parties at Lil’s, V. G. A. H. Misery is: " Do not admit to H.R. ' " Suppressed desire: 7:30 on a weekend. Pet peeve: people who have a license. Future plans: green cookies, Eng- land or Africa? LEE J. ALESSANDRINI 99 William Street JEAN M. AGUSTONI 12 Christine Avenue Happiness is: close friends, Mal- den, skiing, being with the kids. I ' ll never forget: " that Sunday”, homeroom. Quote: " In order to find inner peace, one must be aware of one- self and his relationship to God, nature and man.” Suppressed desire: to find the answers to the questions within. Pet peeve: when people hurt others purposely. Misery is: being wet and cold on a camping trip. Future plans: kindergarten teach- er. DAVID J. ALGIERS 76 Forest Street Comment: What ever happened to good old Uncle Albert? Future plans: retirement. Misery is: A.M. Suppressed desire: to hit the moon with a marshallow. I’ll never forget: W.S.E.I.G. 48 KAREN A. ALVES 17 Richardson Road MAUREEN K. ASCI 56 High Street Happiness is: summers in Rock- port. Misery is : having to say good bye, making decisions. Suppressed desire: to travel. Pet peeve: people who feel they’re better than everyone else. I’ll never forget: honor study junior year, summer ’72. Future plans: college. Quote: " I only pass this way but once, so any good thing that I can do, or any kindness that I can show, let me do it now, for I only pass this way but once.” SUSAN L. ARSENEAULT 63 Maple Ridge Road Happiness is: victories, good times to remember. I’ll never forget: the ditch, the scream, the parties, the tech, lee, the sunrise. Misery is: leaving friends be- hind. Comment: There are hundreds of acquaintances who listen, but only a friend hears and under- stands. Pet peeve: groundings. Suppressed desire: to go cross country. Future plans: college. JOANNE M. ARUDA 18 Emerald Court Happiness is: a tennis victory, our float winning at Homecom- ing. Misery is: having a top locker, A and G block classes. I’ll never forget: the Senior class, Charles’ Eye, 5 18 72, the way it used to be, the zoos in honor study. Suppressed desire: to travel around the world in a balloon. Pet peeve: people who make fun of others who are less fortunate. Quote: " You have to get up every morning with a smile on your face and show the world all the love in your heart.” — Carol King. KAREN A. ANGELOSANTO 3 Pershing Place Happiness: T. F. G., Willoughby Lake, being " heavy” on the rocks at Nahant. I’ll never forget: crossing roads up on a Rooftop, " package deals”, blue and gold feathers, Septem- ber 30 and my pal that cried, September 16 and the road to Burke Mountain. Quote: " It is better by far you should forget and smile than re- member and be sad.” Misery is: the Baymobile. Suppressed desire: to understand the S. H. ” ”. MARY ELLEN ASGEIRSSON 18 George Street 49 ■ JANET M. AUSTIN 1 1 Danby Road I’ll never forget: Charles River, Lunenburg and after, K. D. P., Woody Dorm, Knichis, Algebra II. Quote: " Tell me and I forget, show me and Pm confused, but let me do and I learn. " Suppressed desire: to go cross country. Misery is: making decisions, frozen hands. Happiness is: having enough time. DEBBIE M. BEEKMAN 14 Lindenwood Road Comment: everything isn’t any- thing if it’s not the thing you want. Happiness is: being able to look into the past and smile. Misery is: when you fall apart and no one is there to pick up the pieces. I’ll never forget: ninth grade- school and John. Future plans: nursing, being with John. Suppressed desire: to go to Eng- land. Pet peeve: school, cliquers. WILLIAM BEAGEN 53 Lowell Street North Reading ARLEEN M. BEATON 16 Cedar Avenue Quote: " So often, that which we are is sacrificed to that which we wish ourselves to be. " — J. W. Anglund WILLIAM J. BAMBERY 12 Erickson Street Happiness is: B. S. Hampton. Misery is: the green team three years in a row. Quote: " You can’t quit . . .” — Piccolo. I ll never forget: " dog bites the wolf”, " 30th " . FRANK E. BELCHER 1 1 Hanford Road Happiness is: winning. Misery is: losing, 14B, growing. Suppressed desire: to buy a pair of shoes without having to send away for them, to be a profes- sional gambler. Pet peeve: 3 studies in a row. I’ll never forget: getting dressed in the 17th inning. Future plans: college. 50 STEPHEN C. BENSON 8 Pine Ridge Road Suppressed desire: to be six feet tall. Pet peeve: they make girls too tall these days. Misery is: losing your wallet while on a date. Happiness is: being with good friends. JANET M. BERGONZI 563 Main Street Happiness is: graduation. I’ll never forget: five at sheep fold, " Don’t laugh, your daughter may be in this truck,” the longest day, riding double, my buddies. Suppressed desire: to tour the world. Quote: " It ' s the giving that makes you what you are.” Misery is: listening to someone complain. Future plans: nursing, college. KATHLEEN M. BENNETT 31 Montvale Avenue Happiness is: expeditions with " Clark,” tuna fish, wild berra. Misery is: falling off cloud " g.” Suppressed desire: to make my dreams a reality. I’ll never forget: " the wall,” homeroom, R. D. C. A. Future plans: Alaska. Comment: I shall not pass this way again. Any good thing that I can do, or any kindness that I can show let me do it now! Let me not defer it or neglect it, For I shall not pass this way again. Pet peeve: people who discourage my dreams. JOHN W. BERRY 17 Waverly Street I ' ll never forget: trip to Las Vegas, Room 102 with J. C. Pet peeve: milk count for Edna (Deca Cafe ’73). Suppressed desire: to tour the world with Janet B. Happiness is: passing with a 29 average in Room 102. Misery is: A block class at eight in the morning. Comment: Thanks S. H. S. Future plans: U.S. Navy. SUSAN D. BERGER 15 Keene Street Quote: " Time is not measured by the passing of the years, but by what one does, what one feels, and what one achieves. " — Jawa- harlal Nehru. Happiness is: the feeling of total freedom. Suppressed desire: to fly around the world in a balloon. Pet peeve: short fingernails. Misery is: being alone. I ' ll never forget: Northeast Voca- tional School, " 71-72”, bus rides, " back roads " , and G’s basement. Future plans: college. MICHAEL BERQUIST 10 Greenway Circle Happiness is: graduating. Misery is: the ending of summer. Suppressed desire: to do some- thing in forestry. I ' ll never forget: Logan Airport, Mr. Albanese. Future plans: College, Alaska or California. DONNA F. BORIS 127 Pond Street I’ll never forget: August 18, 1972 and Reading. Happiness is: " J”. Misery is: literate freaks. Comment: You said what? JEANNE M. BOHLING 17 Ledge Street Happiness is: expeditions with " Lewis,” the brook, " tuna and wild berra.” I’ll never forget: Health Aide Program, E block, " Pied Piper Man.” Pet peeve: people who can’t ac- cept a person as they are. Quote: " Look to this day! For it is life, the very life of life . . . For yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision, but today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of hap- piness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope.” — The Sanskrit. NORMA J. M. BRENNAN 15 Cherry Avenue I ' ll never forget: all the good times I ' ve had with B. M., K. E., T. S. Pet peeve: people who think they’re better than other people. Comment: Don ' t put off until tomorrow what you can do today. ERIC J. BOLGEN 97 Forest Street Comment: Infinitus et immensus quern non capit ullus sensus nec locorum spatia, ex eterno tem- poralis, ex immenso fit localis, ut restauret omnia. NANCY E. BORRELLI 9 Lincoln Street Comment: Keep on truckin ' . SUSAN M. BRADFORD 6 Greenway Circle I ' ll never forget: Texas ’71, October 23, the bathroom, the drill team. Comment: When you love some- one or something; you don ' t al- ways have to say you’re sorry. Misery is: not having anything to do on weekends. Suppressed desire: to march with the 27 th Lancers. Future plans: secretarial school. 52 JAMES M. BRISSETTE 1174 Franklin Street Happiness is: running the streets in my kangaroo shoes. Misery is: listening to people who always talk, but never really say anything. JEAN L. BRYCE 540 Main Street I’ll never forget: five at Sheep- fold, China Moon teacups, Ver- mont, and getting locked out. Misery is: being in high school. Suppressed desire: to move out of Stoneham. Happiness is: Tne Kids. Future plans: college. HOWARD E. BRIDGES 4 Washington Court Happiness is: a slam. Suppressed desire: to get an A in math. I’ll never forget: Mr. Romano ' s E block class ’71. Future plans: college. Quote: " I got the plan, to stick it to the man.” fl JOHN E. BURR 65 Calthea Street Misery is: working at Montvale Plaza. I ' ll never forget: getting caught smoking in the courtyard. JAMES R. BURDEN 33 Wright Street Misery is: getting up to go to school. Happiness is: being with people you care about. Suppressed desire: to go to Went- worth Institute. Pet peeve: English A block. I ' ll never forget: Electronics I and II. MICHAEL A. CALI 3 Essex Street 53 PAUL CAMMARATA 5 Theresa Road DIANE M. CARLINO 7 Fuller Street Happiness is: being with H. K. and daydreaming. I’ll never forget: Oct. 8, 1971, July 12, Lynnfield, S-day, New- found Lake N. H., B. C., M. M., R. T., D. M., R. L., good times — WHK. Comment: If you love something set it free ... If it comes back to you it’s yours ... If it doesn’t it never was . . . Misery is: What did I do wrong? Suppressed desire: to travel. Pet peeve: the rocket. ROSA W. CARD 85 Converse Street, Wakefield Happiness is: excitement, lying on a beach, not having to be anywhere. Misery is: W. J. D„ B. A. F. B„ homework, rushing to be some- place, hassles with A. R. Suppressed desire: to leave, T. L. W. B. Pet peeve: people who scream or shout to get a point across, mak- ing decisions. I’ll never forget: 1 1 70, Jon, 10 21 72, Butch’s Bomber. Future plans: to live each day and be contented. Comment: Live each day as it comes to the fullest; today is to- morrow’s yesterday. SHARON H. CARD 85 Converse Street Happiness is: King’s rook, Rock- port with the Preppie. Misery is: working on a weekend. Suppressed desire: to be rich or to be a dirigible. Pet peeve: infantile teachers, " eeph!!”, " Hey Mike " . I ' ll never forget: scout, W. W. 1, le roi de coeur, 8 18 72, " It’s dead”. Future plans: to win the lottery. Comment: Just take a pebble and cast it to the sea, then watch the ripples come folding to me. ANTHONY A. CAPRIO 10 Kirmes Road PETER W. CATALANO 6 Celestine Terrace Misery is: getting up in the morning for school, Snipps sing- ing. I ' ll never forget: 21 innings against Arlington. Suppressed desire: to be 6’ 2 " and 210 lbs. Happiness is: weekends, summer. Future plans: college, play sports there, go into business. 54 BRUCE A. CERRETANI 31 1 William Street JOANNE E. CIAMPI 171 Park Street I’ll never forget: 8 72, P. town, with D. R., J. C., B. M., and Flapper, A. House, P. T. B., bathroom gang, Buckie, Knockers, Doris, and Putsie, 3 minutes, fly- ing, steering wheels. Gonna do it?, one bonehead! thank you! Pete ' s a monster, TNT. Misery is: skipping gym and get- ting caught three minutes before the end of the class, March 13, 1972, D. and Johnnie. Pet peeve: Irene St. Walnut’s car, M. T. B. Suppressed desire: to meet Mick Jagger. DONNA M. CAVERLY 182 Central Street LUANN CLARK 20 South Street I ' ll never forget: Cape, summer of 72, Bailey Island, 7 28 72, " The Stick”. Quote: " We meet as strangers, we leave as friends, but someday we ' ll meet in heaven, where friendship never ends.” Happiness is: being with people you like. Future plans: to be a legal secre- tary. Suppressed desire: to be success- ful. Pet peeve : sarcastic people. DOREEN E. CHI PM AN 15 Parkway Road Happiness is: New Hampshire with Donna 71, " zoo”. Suppressed desire: to move up to New Hampshire. Pet peeve: school. I’ll never forget: September 19, 1972, being with Ray, New Hampshire 71 and 72, P. T. B., pork chops, bathroom gang, " zoo”. Comment: Make yourself what you want to be, not what other people make you out to be. STEPHEN L. CIROLI 15 Graystone Road Suppressed desire: to be 6’ 5”, grow a moustache. I ll never forget: who I am, what S1.50 can buy, Crow’s parties. Happiness is: the long weekends, parties. Misery is: being broke on a Fri- day night. 55 BRENDA M. CONLEY 51 Summerhill Street Happiness is: remembering old times, being with my friends, Peter, " 71”. Misery is: being alone, rainy days. Suppressed desire: to be an artist. Pet peeve: waiting around. I’ll never forget: Merrimack, N. H., S. D. D. MARY P. CONNOLLY 36 Westwood Road Happiness is: being with Al, graduating. I’ll never forget: summer of ’72, Colorado, the White Mountains, Unicorn, Sandy Beach. Misery is: a zipcallm crumps. CHERYL E. COFFIN 1 1 Keene Street Happiness is: 9 27. 11 11. Misery is: A2, C and D3, and D4. Suppressed desire: to grow an- other finger. I ' ll never forget: C. S., J. C., Mother’s. Future plans: college, England. DAVID A. COOMBS 1 1 Country Club Road Happiness is: the new three day weekends. Misery is: having a G-block class in the spring. Pet peeve: cliques. I ' ll never forget: Monday morn- ings. Future plans: college. BRIAN E. CONNOLLY 18 Avon Street Happiness is: a vrrrrt. Misery is: The Tender Trap, Lunenburg, homecoming. TERI ANN CONSERVA 98 Pond Street I ' ll never forget: " cupcakes”; painting faces on rainy days; " hi guys”; me smiles; crossing roads up on a roof-top; rainbows. Comment or quote: " ... grace- fully grow, feel the change — and yes still understand, know the way . . .’’ Happiness is: m. e.; being down the cape alone with friends . . . making faces; being heavy. 56 SAMUEL J. COVINO, JR. 24 Walsh Avenue Happiness is: being happy. Misery is: filling this out. Suppressed desire, guess! Future plans: grow up and be rich. Comment: Did you know that a bird eats two and one-half times its own weight every day? PATRICIA ALBERTA CORKUM 21 Avalon Road Comment: For all of us some- where at sometime is held that crystal moment of love and joy. Misery is: Patty Ann. Happiness is: daydreaming. Pet peeve: dimples. I ' ll never forget: homecoming. PATTI A. CORKUM 8 Drummond Road Happiness is: p. w. . . . the kids, Cape Cod, 11 14 70. Misery is: Roxbury, climbing Mount Washington. Patti Al- berta. I’ll never forget: 7 26 72, " something white”, the longest day, the hook, 3 stooges. Future plans: college. Comment: " Don ' t laugh, your daughter may be in this truck.” ELLEN J. CRIMMINS 43 Duncklee Avenue Happiness is: a good friend. Misery is: the end of a semester. Suppressed desire: pulling the fire alarm. Pet peeve: gym. I ' ll never forget: SHS. Future plans: college. Quote: " Our lives are shaped by those who love us and by those who refuse to love us.” GERALDINE A. CROCKER 12 Lucy Street Quote: " When I ' m lonely, dear white heart. Black the night, or wild the sea, by love’s light my path finds, the old pathway to thee.” Eriskay Lilt. Happiness is: having a cupcake, being in Butch ' s bomber. I’ll never forget: bowling, " the party of ’72”. Future plans: to live every mo- ment of my life to the fullest and most worthwhile. SUZANNE CROWLEY 37 Norval Avenue Pet peeve: Mouth and Deb yell- ing Suzball in Stoneham Square, weasels, fights or arguments, no ketchup in the house, people with too much pride, munchies. Suppressed desire: living happily ever after. Misery is: milky toast and " I don ' t want to get involved.” I’ll never forget: Hampton ’67 and ' 68, problems of growing up, " The longest day” Him. Happiness is: Babies, P and PF, ketchup. 57 CATHY J. CUGINI 490 Elm Street, Framingham Comment: " Balloon, balloon " . I’ll never forget: New York, Washington, Jaffrey, cockroaches and rats, Sally Deith ' s, spoolies, jellybeans, Pancake House, row- boats, Horn and Hardart’s, the lost record, the roundup, Rosoe. Misery is: suppressing desires, plebes. Happiness is: art, music, travel- ling. ELAINE P. CUNNIFF 3 Carlida Road I’ll never forget: Butchie’s Bomb- er, " id’s” parties, Blair ' s party, bowling, stools and beep-beep, summer ’72, tacos at 2, M. A.’s. Comment: " The happiest people seem to be those who have no particular reason for being happy except that they are.” NANETTE M. CUNHA 12 Shumway Circle Happiness is: Dennis, chocolate chip cookies. Misery is: warm beer, " nanny " . Suppressed desire: to grow. Pet peeve: people who spread rumors. I ' ll never forget: D and first lunch together ’71 -’72. Future plans: go back to Canada with the " g”. Comment: Gold has its price, learning is priceless. DONNA L. CUSHMAN 7 Pine Street I ' ll never forget: Andy and 10 11 71, my junior year, Chris and Andy ’71, Doreen, summer of ’71, bathroom gang. Suppressed desire: to get a car and live on my own. Happiness is: weekends, gradu- ating. Future plans: working. Misery is: 8:00 to 2:30 5 days a week, getting bagged, guarding the girls ' room doors! Pet peeve: school. Comment: You don ' t know what a good thing is until you lose it! KEVIN CUNNINGHAM 50 Perkins Street I ' ll never forget: D. D., B. H., F. D., and the guys. Happiness is: weekends with the men. Misery is: 11:01 p.m. and Sun- days. Suppressed desire: to own a brewery. Pet peeve: getting up at 7:00 for school. Future plans: work or school. JOHN E. DAIGLE 17 Rodgers Road I’ll never forget: The High School Steps; July 4, 1972. Misery is: Mckenna’s jokes. Happiness is: getting away with something. 58 ELAINE D’ANNOLFO 45 Windsor Road Happiness is: having a good time, the truth, pulling A. J. ' s and Horror Shows, being happy, a true smile when it’s most needed. I’ll never forget: 9 2 71, M. D. A., my friends, the tears and smiles, all the fun I’ve had being Harry High School, 50-50, D. M. Misery is: 7 29 72, saying good bye, not knowing. Pet peeve: people that try to be something they are not. Suppressed desire: to be able to drive like A. J. Future plans: college. JOHN V. DAY 15 Garden Road Happiness is : the tracks. I’ll never forget: the broken water faucet. Misery is: J. cleaning up after the broken water faucet. Suppressed desire: to become a stockboy. Future plans: to be a janitor. Comment: N. C. DEBRA M. DANIELS 14 Crosby Street Happiness is. A. E. L. P. Misery is: flying saucers; walking Vermont style. I’ll never forget: B. D.; The kids . . . ; something white; amateur hour . . . ; s. d. Comment: Don’t laugh your daughter may be in this truck! PATRICIA S. DEARTH 1 1 Lawndale Road I’ll never forget: 9 5 72, the long and winding road, " Patti Fund”, N. H. Gloucester, " I’m with the state police! " , " Come on Patti, please? " Comment: Finding friends is like looking for buried treasure, you must go out and look. Once you’re on the right trail, don’t give up till you find, for it makes your days just a little bit brighter and a little bit richer. Misery is: In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. Happiness is: the 3 Musketeers. Pet peeve: " ... you only wanted money.” BONNIE L. DAVIDSON 76 Robin Hood Road I’ll never forget: SPS . . . Texas . . . New York . . . 8 26 at 7:02. Quote: " The love in your heart wasn’t put there to stay, love isn ’t love till you give it away.” Happiness is: being a member of the group, a victory party after the championship. Future plans: dental assistant. Misery is: working at Brighams on Saturday nights. WILLIAM D. DEANGELIS 144 Pond Street 59 NANCY DELROSSI 37 Spring Street I ' ll never forget: " Spread your wings and learn to fly " , the Idler, 12 1 81, Buffy, Brandy, Smokey, and Dutch, the D. D. ' s at the " Tea Party” in ' 69- Suppressed desire: to see the world on a chopped Harley. Happiness is: finding your head, knowing there ' s always home, having sunshine. Misery is: responsibilities, know- ing you have to stay, 3 blue dots. Comment: N. A. H. Future plans: to hit the road. JOHN P. DEMPSEY 45 Broadway Happiness is: a nice chick, the Stones’ concert, a beard, Jamaican. Suppressed desire: to watch Joyce shave. I ' ll never forget: Kath, R J R, Boopy. Misery is: McKenna’s jokes, stud- ies, suspended the third day. Future plans: travel, marry. Comment : Good-bve forever, Miss Thur. BRUCE S. DECHERT 6 Wildwood Lane I ' ll never forget: Quebec, Carni- val Ball ' 72. Comment: We are born for love and not until we love are we living. Suppressed desire: to be a sur- geon. Happiness is: Spartan Chorale, the hospital. Misery is: Monday mornings. Pet peeve: homework, A block classes. Future plans: college. TONI M. DENIETOLIS 4 Crosby Street Misery is: the long ride to Ver- mont. Suppressed desire: size 7. I ' ll never forget: Joe . . 2 13 71, weekends in Vermont . . . the longest day . . . Rubber Soul . . . Come Ethel! Future plans: art school. Comment: Don’t laugh, your daughter may be in this truck! ANN M. DELTERGO 71 Governor Road I ' ll never forget: D. H., one way halls, summer of ' 72. junior year, the weekend, someone special. Comment: People are lonely be- cause they build walls instead of bridges. Pet peeve: first impressions. Suppressed desire: to be rich. Happiness is: Linekin Bay, buy- ing clothes. Misery is: 12-10, three studies in a row, crowds, Mondays. Future plans: college. ROBERT E. DENEHY 10 Washington Street 60 DIANE T. DEVEREAUX 12 Joan Avenue Happiness is: when Friday fi- nally comes, 4, the truth. Misery is: 30, knowing you made the " big mistake”, the phony people. I’ll never forget: Hockey games, 10 18 70, shampooing rugs and picking flowers. Quote: " I never asked for all the warmth you sent my way, or for all the good things that you gave, but you gave them anyway.” Suppressed desire: to ignore the alarm. Pet peeve: Mr. T. and his type- writers, missing July 10th. Future plans: college? THOMAS M. DEYAK 327 Park Terrace Happiness is: track. Misery is: track. Future plans: electrician. DOUGLAS DETTINGER 3 Penn Road, Winchester STEPHEN R. DICIACCO 8 Randolph Road I’ll never forget: May 26. Happiness is: Chateau, wheels. Misery is: not being able to sup- port one’s own habits. Future plans: life of crime. Pet peeve: working. JOANNE DENNIS 383 William Street I’ll never forget: 6 27 72 at George’s, 4 30 70, 2 26 71 in N. H., F. L. A. G., and B. M. law, Waldorf ' s. Misery is: going to N. H., being teased to death. Happiness is: graduating, week- ends, the guys together for a night, the summer. Suppressed desire: to be able to play the guitar. Future plans: teach first grade. ROSANNE T. DICARLO 22 Arnold Road Happiness is: pay day, April 20, 1972. I ' ll never forget: F. W., " Jezzie”, the blue Ford, partying with the girls, K. F. C-, bathroom-gang, " Mama Secondini”. Misery is: not being able to talk, being called down to the office. Suppressed desire: to graduate, not to work when you have plans made. Comment: " You can ' t always get what you want.” Pet peeve: the cash register. Future plans: to be a secretary. 61 MARIANNE DIMARE 398 William Street Happiness is: chocolate ice cream. Misery is: vanilla ice cream. I’ll never forget: Ster, Kar, Dar. Future plans: to create. Comment: Sisterhood is powerful. CHARLES A. DOHERTY 193 North Stre et Happiness is: cold quarts, having live pads on each arm with two rolls of tape. Misery is: not hav- ing privilege in the morning. Suppressed desire: to eliminate all the hippies and the druggies in the school. Pet peeve: losing on Saturday and having to watch Coach White- pout all week. I ' ll never forget: Rec in the sum- mer of ’72, Bird sprouting to 6 ’ 8 " . Comment: You only go around once in life, and you have to live it -with all the gusto you can. DEBORAH A. DITULLIO 12 Morgan Avenue I’ll never forget: Vermont, the longest day, S. D., " come Ethel " , M. W. Y. Happiness is: A. F. L. P., a sign. Misery is: bridges. Comment: " Don’t laugh, your daughter may be in this truck. " — Cape. DEBORAH A. DILLON 33 Washington Street Happiness is: blue and gold feathers, F. P. Misery is: cold batons. I’ll never forget: five at sheep- fold, Beava, Teddy Bear. Future plans: college. Comment: Friendship often ends in love, but love in friendship never. MARY T. DIPRISCO 19 Sunrise Avenue Comment: " Don’t laugh, your daughter may be in this truck. " Happiness is: " a Sandy Neck”. I’ll never forget: 5 at S. F., " something white”, the longest day, S. T. W. E., concerts, " kids”, m. p. L., airport. Suppressed desire: " look straight ahead with nothing but blue skies”. Misery is: nothing to do, out with the S. girls, flat tire (L. R.). ROBERT E. DIXON 71 Washington Street Happiness is: being out of school and having a good job. Misery is: being out of school and not having a job or not going to college. I’ll never forget: being absent from school so many times. 62 CORINNE M. DOHERTY 286 William Street Misery is: working both Friday and Saturday nights. Happiness is: being with Frank. Future plans: interior decorator. I’ll never forget: September 5, 1971. JOSEPH P. DONAHUE 14 Theresa Road Happiness is: slammin ' . Misery is: missing. Suppressed desire: to be rich. Pet peeve: leebsters in the halls. Future plans: college. Comment: ha. WALTER E. DONNELLY 3 Mount Vernon Street Misery is: a yearbook title. I’ll never forget: camping trips and crazy foam. CLAIRE DONAHOE 37 Fairview Road Happiness is : no shorthand home- work, being able to sleep. Misery is: listening to Artie ' s speeches. Suppressed desire: to be happy. Pet peeve: riding my bike to school on cold mornings for gym class. I’ll never forget: my junior gym class. Future plans: secretarial school. ELIZABETH A. DORAN 5 Lawndale Road I ' ll never forget: the tree, 6 3 72, junior year, community cards, I like the look!, half a " spin” to get there. Suppressed desire: to have gradu- ated with the Class of ' 12 . Misery is: the whole month of September, people with big mouths. Pet peeve: cold fingers and muddy fields. Quote: " A whole stack of memo- ries will never equal one little hope. " Charles Schulz. PETER R. DONNELLY 48 Washington Street Happiness is: getting out of school. Misery is: getting up Tuesday and Thursday mornings A block. Suppressed desire: to be someone of importance. 63 JOSEPH DOUGHERTY 27 Girard Street Happiness is: winning on Satur- days. Misery is: the band saw. Suppressed desire: to go com- pletely crazy. Future plans: art school. PAMELA K. DREXLER 199 Collincote Street Quote : ' 1 had nuffin ' , no, I hadn ' t got nuffin’, So 1 didn ' t go down to the market square; But 1 walked on the common, the old gold common . . . And I saw little rabbits ' most everywhere! ' A. A. Milne GAIL M. DOUCETTE 54 Pine Street Happiness is: the weekends, " get- ting back”. Misery is: " being teased to death " . Pet peeve: being mistaken for Jo. I ' ll never forget: 6 27 72 at George ' s, 2 26 71 in N. H., " Waldorf”. Comment: " When you are joyous, look deep into your heart, and you will find it is that which has made you sad, that is making you happy. When you are sad, look again into your heart, and you shall find that it is that which had made you happy, that is now making you sad.” WILLIAM DRISCOLL 16 Avon Street DENISE M. DOWLING 3 Sycamore Road Happiness is: summer vacations down the Cape and being with friends. Comment: " You give but little when you give of your posses- sions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. There are those who give with joy, and that joy is their reward.” Misery is: frozen fingers during halftime. I ' ll never forget: June 3, 1972 and my senior year. Future plans: college-elementary teacher. DENNIS P. DRISCOLL 16 Avon Street Happiness is: March 1, 1973, waking up to find a foot of snow on the ground on weekdays. Misery is: A, Bay State box. Suppressed desire: to get a good job that I like. Pet peeve: the 40 hour work week. I ' ll never forget: August 31, 1972, Hampton Beach. Future plans: undecided. 64 MARY JANE DUONOLO 5 Grant Street Happiness is: Frank, 7-up, memories, lemon coolers, that funny looking Easter rabbit, or was it a donkey? sympathy please! I’ll never forget: F. J. T., 11 13 71, Barbie doll pillows and stale pretzels, nine in a malibu, my junior prom, lumpy and N. D., J. F., my senior year, the good times, sharing a locker. Misery is: hospitals, work, no 7-up, horror shows, losing to Artie, Artie, Artie, . . . ' but Mrs. Barry . . .” MARGARET A. DUFFY 15 Pinewood Road Happiness is: partying with my friends, A. J.’s horror shows, and M. D. A. I’ll never forget: Stones, Kaw- loons, nine in a Malibu, August 18, Halloween ’71, Florida ’71, Donna Mitchell, April 14-15, horror shows and everyone. Comment: I ' ll offer my out- stretched hand to anyone that needs someone to understand, and I’ll hold it there until it is reached for. Misery is: our death bed, roller coasters . . . and bum me right out of Salisbury, freckle-faced whales. JAYNE ENELLA 199 William Street NATHAN F. EMERSON 63 Perkins Street Happiness is: scoring a goal, winning a race, a weekend of skiing. Misery is: being injured. Suppressed desire: to win the 100 and 200 meter races in the Olympics. I’ll never forget: the M M that melted in my hand and not in my mouth. JOHN G. DUGAN 15 Danby Road Happiness is: weekends, free periods. Misery is: sprints. Suppressed desire: nine-o. Pet peeve: two-faced people, wedge artists. I’ll never forget: summer of ' 72 and senior year. Future plans: college. MARK S. EVANS 244 North Street Happiness is: Teri, what’s cold, wet, and frosty. Future plans: work, professional teenager. Comment: pass up another cold one. I’ll never forget: T. C., partying at Torta’s. 65 LINDA A. FALLICA 34 Curve Road Happiness is: horse-back riding. Sympathy for the Devil, week- ends. Misery is: no car. Suppressed desire: to own a new Firebird. Pet peeve: standing around the D. Q- all night with no place to go. I ' ll never forget: Las Vegas and Michigan, " Mama”, " Secondini”, Circus circus, K. F. C., playing Mod Squad. Comment: A natural high is the best high in the world. MARY L. FINNEGAN 51 Warren Street Misery is: burning the back seat out of M. C.’s car. I ' ll never forget: Billy, 3 15 69, summer ' 72, Loon Mountain, " Big M”, sophomore year, 78 days? peeping Tom, " for a min- ute there . . .”, " Mary, come here, you ' ve got to see this one.” Quote: " ... and talk of poems and prayers and promises, and things that we believe in; how sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care, how long it ' s been since yesterday, and what about tomorrow . . ?” — John Denver DENISE FALZONE 12 Longbow Road Misery is: skipping school and getting caught, driving with B. A., cold feet. Pet peeve: Chinese food, bomb scares, gym showers. I ' ll never forget: ' " teacups”, El- mer’s place, no brakes with B. A., the Cape. Comment: The problem of life is to make us better, not bitter. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. . . Happiness is: freedom. Suppressed desire: to travel. Future plans: college. THOMAS J. FENNELL 12 Hersam Street THERESA FALLON 15 Emerald Court Happiness is: winning, camping, H. C., preppies (right N and MAP). I ' ll never forget: Miss Thur ' s closet, Cowens and Bradshaw, Ecchies, H. C., EYC, camping. Misery is: the " hook”, nine in a ' 63 Chevy wagon plus gear, " That’s not funny, Ed.” Suppressed desire: to be a micro- phone or a Martin 12-string. Comment: I don’t expect you to accept the things I do and believe in, only to understand. DEBORAH FIORE 146 Franklin Street Happiness is: winning, being with friends, my memories. I ' ll never forget: the parties, the ditch. Burr and the screams, " walk like a soldier " , friends, the Tech. Quote: " to everything there is a season, and a time to every pur- pose under heaven : a time to be born and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted.” Misery is: thinking back and wishing you were there again, leaving friends you like a lot. 66 J DIANNE M. FONTANA 22 Rodgers Road Happiness is: hearing SOTD, weekends, being with S. H., CA DG. Suppressed desire: to live in Colorado. I ' ll never forget: The Stones Con- cert, Woburn, bathroom gang. Comment: You can ' t always get what you want — Stones. SUSAN A. FOUGERE 16 Hersam Street Happiness is: being out of school. Misery is: 10 15 72. Future plans: work. KAREN M. FLYNN 15 Isabella Street Misery is: a certain class treas- urer. I ' ll never forget: " id ' s” parties, chugging with Butch, bowling, Homecoming week, pancakes, P. L. ' s laugh. Quote: ' Love is the poetry of existence, weaving its thread of mystery into our beings and, somehow, through the loneliness that is us, making it all seem right. " — Clay. HERBERT R. GATTI 5 Danby Road I ' ll never forget: Horg and Bear Hill. Suppressed desire: to be Eric Clapton. Happiness is: Weekends, Satur- day night. Future plans: college. TIMOTHY P. FORREST 429 William Street JOSEPH J. GAFFNEY 5 Calthea Street Happiness is: sleeping during class. Misery is: waking up at the end of class. Future plans: work. 67 KATHLEEN MARY GILMARTIN 95 Spring Street Happiness is: seeing the Stone- ham High football team getting all the winning touchdowns! Misery is: when you try out for a favorite part and not making it. Suppressed desire: to really learn how to play the piano and to make the girls’ basketball team. Pet peeve: I dislike kids who you thought were good friends but turn out not to be. I ' ll never forget: the Student Faculty basketball game, Hamp- ton Beach and a trip to Nan- tucket. IRENE F. GOULD 235 Green Street Happiness is: Being with all my friends, being with Sid, Maine, having something to look for- ward to. Misery is: not having a car! When you have to do an oral book report. Suppressed desire: to spend a week in Maine, camping, with a friend. Pet peeve: cliquers. I ' ll never forget: July 15, 1972, The summer of ’72. Future plans: getting my name in the paper. RICHARD GEORGETTE 40 Tremont Street Happiness is: Debbie, ZOOM, blueroom. Misery is: July 4th, and cvhen your empty. Suppressed desire: to catch a biligmite. I’ll never forget: when your left is your right and your right is your left. Future plans: carpenter. KAREN E. GREENQUIST 35 Albion Avenue Happiness is: having long week- ends. Misery is: being at Logan Air- port. I ' ll never forget: December 8, 1971, June 16, 1972, Burger King. DEBRA A. GISONE 5 Marshall Road Happiness is: being with Todd. Comment: Live hand in hand . . . together we stand on the thresh- old of a dream . . . I’ll never forget: Vt., Cape, Yel- low Truck, M. W. Y., Come Ethel, S. D., rubber soul, and " don’t laugh your daughter may be in this car”. JOAN E. GREEN 16 Newcomb Road Happiness is: the bars, chugging with Butch, skiing. I’ll never forget: May 26, 1972, Homecoming week, Aug. 3, 1972, K. D. P. + bubbles. Misery is: flowers. Suppressed desire: California. Pet peeve: Ma, quitting. Future plans: Phys. Ed. Teacher. Comment: " You give but little when you give of your posses- sions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.” Kahil Gibran 68 JEAN M. GUSSMAN 41 Oak Street Happiness is: something to look forward to. Misery is: not having a car. Pet peeve: fish. I ' ll never forget: Colorado. DIANE E. HANLON 17 Drummond Road I’ll never forget: the hook, " something white”, amateur hour, h. n., " the kids”, the longest day, s. d. . . . three stooges. Happiness is: A. F. L. P. . . . it ' s a sign. Comment: " Don’t laugh your daughter may be in this truck. " Misery is: flying saucers, walking Vermont style. Future plans: college. LAURA HAGINS 66 Main Stre et Happiness is: having everything going your way. Misery is: losing someone you love. Suppressed desire: to make a great future for myself. I ' ll never forget: June 6-7, 1972. Future plans: to travel and to live in Bermuda for at least two years. Comment: Let ' s hope, in the future, wars will end and there ' ll be peace. JOHN R. HALCHAK 12 Essex Street CONNIE HAGGERTY 35 Warren Street Comment: My friend is not per- fect; Nor am I; Though we suit each other admirably. What is life without friendship? Misery is: no button!; " Con- stance” — " That next morning!” The munchies! I’ll never forget: the Cape, B. I. 72, 96 days, summer ’72, " Those parties! " J. A. Suppressed desire: to have a belly button! Future plans: what future? Pet peeve: what’s cookin? What ' s up? How’s your love life? DAWN G. HARDACKER 12 Steele Street Happiness is: the first snow of the season. Comment: Those who reach will find the precious gold of friend- ship everywhere. Pet peeve: being woken up by your nephews at 6:00 a.m. Misery is: rainy days, auditorium studies, being with someone you hate. Suppressed desire: to marry someone rich. I ll never forget: the trip to L.A., a certain person. Future plans: college. 69 KATHLEEN M. HARRINGTON 17 Elaine Road I ' ll never forget: BIP, Summer 1972, homecoming eve — -morn- ing. Misery is: playing second man low. Quote: " Talk loose but play tight. Happiness is: having the coronet ' s lights conk out in Lunnenburg. Pet peeve: being " CO” — stage manager. LEO J. HERLIHY 19 Avalon Road Happiness is: a certain person in Medford. Suppressed desire: to own a van. I ' ll never forget: Spanish I, Spanish II and the F. Misery is: A and G Block classes. Future plans: work. BRIAN R. HASLAM 163 Central Street Happiness is: when out of school. Misery is: homework. Suppressed desire: play varsity hockey. Future plans: undecided. THOMAS J. HAYWOOD 73 Oak Street Happiness is: all-night parties, the weekends. Misery is: no wheels, stitches, being left high and dry. I ' ll never forget: Spot, A. P., the chase. Pet peeve: Merrimac Bud. Suppressed desire: a new car. Comment: how many’s that? Future plans : college. JOSEPH E. HARRISON 35 Steven Street JOHANNA H. HEROOK 27 Dun lee Avenue Happiness is : a day when every- thing goes right. Misery is: a bad mood. Suppressed desire: to be in the Olympics. Pet peeve: fads, time. I ' ll never forget: E Blocks. Future plans: to live and let live. Comment: " The crudest lies are often told in silence.” Robert Lewis Stevenson. 70 ELAINE B. HODSON 122 Forest Street Happiness is: chugging with Butch, when my car doesn ' t have a major breakdown for 2 weeks, skiing, Maine. Misery is: being chased by the Big Brown Bear, Flowers. I’ll never forget: Harvard Square, red fingers, the Pound, Home- coming week ’72. Suppressed desire: To get away and never have to come back. Comment: " Treat people as if they are what they ought to be and you help them become what they are capable of being.” Goethe CATHY A. HILLMAN 106 Elm Street Happiness is: being a Canadian, talking with eyes. Misery is: being left out, crooked cops. Suppressed desire: to be Prime Minister of Canada. Pet peeve: garbage trucks and bike hikes. I’ll never forget: good times, good friends. Future plans: to live happily ever after. Comment: Canadians . . . Garde La Fov! ROBERT P. HOUGHTON 5 Pine Ridge Road Happiness is: being with Sue. Misery is: a certain Main Street pole. Suppressed desire: get out of High School. I ' ll never forget: May 6, 1972. EDWARD J. HOLMES 2 Myopia Road Suppressed desire: to blow up the chem lab. I’ll never forget: what I remem- ber, camping. Pet peeve: studies. Misery is: waking up. Happiness is: getting out. ELLEN HOSIER 168 Collincote Street RONALD J. HOPKINS 8 Vera Lane I’ll never forget: July 16. Misery is: July 4, 1972. Suppressed desire: to travel to Hawaii. Comment: " Why is a mole a mole?” 71 LINDA HYNES 17 Garden Road Happiness is: being with W. H. I’ll never forget: N. H., 8 10 72, 10 25 72. Misery is: SHS, detention. Suppressed desire: to own a car. Pet peeve: cliquers. Future plans: marriage. Comment: " Have a drink " . CHRISTINE M. JACKSON 16 West Street Happiness is: Andy F. Fa-ever. I ' ll never forget: Our corner; days spent with Sunshine. Quote Lost yesterday somewhere between sunrise and sunset, two golden hours each set with sixty diamond minutes. No reward is offered, for they are gone for- ever.” Misery is: when there ' s nothing to do on Friday night. Pet peeve: cliquers. Suppressed desire: to go to Cali- fornia. Future plans: marriage. JANET HYNES 17 Garden Road Happiness is being with R . B. S. Misery is: Stoneham High, skip- ping and getting caught, nothing to do on a Friday, D. Q. Suppressed desire: own a car, visit Poland. Pet peeve: cliquers, A. B. I ' ll never forget: Sunapee, N. H. (August 10-13) N. E. D. 9 17 72. Future plans: marriage. MARY E. JAMIESON 59 Pleasant Street Happiness is: Gigi, nice nights. Misery is: stages, bulldogs, mon- keys, and deers, J. C., A. J. ' s, driving with my mother to work. I ' ll never forget: boogies on the first night, Hey! want some candy? 9 in a Malibu. Comment: freedom ' s just another word for nothing left to lose, and it ' s nothing if it ain’t free! Suppressed desire: to out-argue my father or out-talk Mrs. S. Pet peeve: horror shows because of a spaceman. SAMIR JABER 225 Central Street ROBERT H. JACKSON 29 Stevens Street Happiness is: no school on Mon- day or Friday and blizzards. Misery is: a twenty minute walk to school through pouring rain in slush. Pet peeve: snobs. I’ll never forget: the rally where Mr. Rowell got a pie in the face. Comment: " Anything worthwhile is worth working for.” 72 JOHN S. JOYCE 19 Keene Street CHRISTINE A. KELLY 3 Carmen Avenue KATHLEEN M. JONES 3 Janice Lane Happiness is: being with that certain someone. I’ll never forget: Dallas, Texas, 1971, November 25, 1970. Quote: " For every happy hello is a good bye.” Misery is: a rainy day. JANICE E. JESPERSEN 17 Albion Avenue Quote: ' I do not know what I may appear to the world, But to myself I seem to have been only like a child playing on the sea- shore, And diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble, or a prettier shell that ordinary. Whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered be- fore me.” Newton. I’ll never forget: the trip to Canada, 6 27 72 at George’s party, junior prom, Saturday nights. SUSAN J. KEHOE 5 Hotin Road Quote: " And the seasons they go round and round, the painted ponies go up and down, We’re captured on the carousel of time. We can’t return, we can only look behind from where we came, and go round and round and round in the circle game.” Mitchell. Happiness is: being with my friends. Misery is: Monday mornings. Suppressed desire: to be fat. Pet peeve: people who confuse me. I’ll never forget: this place. Future plans: college and living. CLARE A. KEEFE 95 Elm Street Happiness is: having a good time. Misery is: having a bad time. Quote: " I am only one, but still I am one, I cannot do everything, But still I can do something; And because I cannot do every- thing, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.” Hale. Suppressed desire: to travel. I’ll never forget: taking a bus to New York. Future plans: to get through col- lege. 73 STEPHEN KELLY 29 Sunrise Avenue Happiness is: feeling you did your best. Misery is: losing a tough game. I’ll never forget: Homecoming, " Really?”, ' So I says . . . " Horg, Bear Hill. Pet peeve: thinking of a pet peeve. Comment: You can ' t please every- body, so you’ve got to please yourself. Suppressed desire: to become world famous. Future plans: college. SHARON KRIVATCH 19 San Jose Terrace Comment: Love is John! I ' ll never forget: my sis. Pet peeve: people that won ' t admit they are wrong. Happiness is: all the new friends I ' ve made. Suppressed desire: freedom. Future plans: secretarial. Misery is: leaving my old friends. MARGARET L. KIRK 6 Drummond Road Happiness is: being with Tommy. Misery is: 3 studies in a row, in the morning. I’ll never forget: Tommy, 10 22 70, the trees, Plymouth, 3 stooges, Saturday morning, homecoming float, iron pants, D. D. and the stairs by 108, my friends, when the trick hit the ditch! S. F. Quote: " They can take your golden rings, They can steal your schemes Lord, And they can take your own dear love, But they can’t take your dreams.” I SUSAN B. KLANE 5 Hampton Road Quote: " , . . Two roads diverged into a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference . . " The Road Not Taken,” Robert Frost. LORRAINE L. KESSLER 366 William Street Quote: " As years pass by and friends all fade into one big dream, there are always special people to remember and in life I’ll always remember three very special people.” I’ll never forget: the long and winding road, Boston summer of ’71, cruising in the " 85”. Happiness is: the three musket- eers. Misery is: Inagada-da-Vida. Suppressed desire: talking to Larry D. ROBERT W. KWIATKOWSKI 6 Sheffield Road Misery is: J. V. basketball prac- tice after losing. Happiness is: being able to do as you please and get what you want. Suppressed desire: to unsuppress my suppressed desires. Comment: Wherever you go and whatever you do, you can look back on your high school years as some of the best years of your life. I ' ll never forget: parties, Bear Hill, two points. Pet peeve: warm milk at lunch. Future plans: college. 74 JOAN M. LACROIX 12 Cedar Way Happiness is: being with Gerry, finally getting out of school. Misery is: school, being straight. Suppressed desire: travel to Eu- rope, getting my drivers’ license. Pet peeve: detention, getting into fights. I’ll never forget: 6 7 72, the bathroom gang, P. T. B., going to Canada in August ’71’. Quote: " You can’t please every- one, so you have to please your- self.” Future plans: undecided. JEAN M. LAWLESS 1157 Franklin Street Happiness is: M. L., drill, Revere beach, Brad’s parties. Misery is: waking up at 6:30. Suppressed desire: to visit Switz- erland. I’ll never forget: working at Lyman ' s with the gang, the sum- mer of ’72. Quote: " None can tell you who you are, You must make your own mistakes, And hopefully learn from them.” Future plans: secretarial school. ROBERT M. LANG 37 Lincoln Street Quote: " I never let school in- terfere with my education.” I’ll never forget: scout, walker. Suppressed desire: to be some- thing, and still be myself. Future plans: to stay alive. Pet peeve: crummy groups. Happiness is: a 23 " mercier, p ghost. Misery is: not being able to play. MARY ANN LAURETTI 57 Stevens Street Happiness is: going to concerts, being with C. E., a cold can of Lipton Ice Tea and a stereo with every record in the world. Pet peeve: time, memories, tic, listening to something’s wrong wi th me. I’ll never forget: smushed eyes, June 15, 1970, Oh yea! Comment: If you can’t be with the one you love, love the one you are with. Future plans: to live. Suppressed desire: to be Leon Russell the second, to go across country. Misery is: not partying, no one to talk to. JACK M. LAMATTINA 128 North Street Happiness is: feet on the ground. Misery is: getting caught skip- ping. Suppressed desire: getting out of school. Pet peeve: sneaking in the bath- room. I’ll never forget: Mr. Rowell. Future plans: Boston Common. DENISE LARACY 45 Lee Street I’ll never forget: P. T. B.’s, 207 lav., Boston, Y. G. A. H., riding the grave, the shopping cart, and coming that close, ”70”. Pet peeve: Pulling horror shows, 50-50, V. calling A. J. Happiness is: watching the sun come over the hill, M. D. A., A. M. C. " 74”. Misery is: two feet of mud, be- ing swiped. Comment: You can’t please everyone so you have got to please yourself. 75 MICHELE LEBEAU 5 Stonehill Drive Happiness is: camping with friends. Misery is: getting lost in the woods. Suppressed desire: to tour Amer- ica and to ski the Alps. Future plans: college, to fly in a balloon, to make it to all 50 states, to fly in a glider. MARY L. LAWLESS 9 Evans Road I ' ll never forget: Lunenburg, " Barefoot in the Park”, trying to get a Cadillac to move! Happiness is: going for a ride in the Cadillac. Misery is: leaving the old gang behind. Future plans: to be a secretary. JOHN M. LESPASIO 10 Fieldstone Drive Happiness is: hitting the hard- wood. I ' ll never forget: H. B. driving Mr. T.’s car into a snow bank. Misery is: Monday morning. Suppressed desire: to hit the double at Wonderland. Future plans: to be a billionaire. Comment: 1973 is the year! WILLIAM LECCESE 7 Essex Road DENISE LEPAGE 10 Brookbridge Road I ' ll never forget: Nig, Jack, the dump, 205 BR. Happiness is: T. Y. A., Novem- ber 1st. 76 CARL L. LOCONTE 1 1 Randolph Road Happiness is: getting out of school forever. Misery is: having to work on a Friday night. Suppressed desire: to hit the football card. Pet peeve: having no car to go to school. Future plans: to own the Phila- delphia Flyers and the Washing- ton Redskins. SUSAN M. LUTI 48 Spring Street Happ iness is: riding my horse, a watermelon ice cream from P. D., a friendship that turns to love. Misery is: Love that turns into friendship, getting sick, getting up early. Suppressed desire: go to Florida. Pet peeve: people who don’t know how to ride. I’ll never forget: the convent, vigils, and Ma, my friends. Comment: You never miss what you don ' t have until you have it and lose it . . . Every good thing must come to an end. Future plans: to own a ranch. PAUL H. LOUNSBURY 23 Bonad Road Happiness is: eating. I’ll never forget: November 8, 1972. Quote: " I can’t believe I ate the whole thing”. ELLEN M. LUSAS 6 Avalon Road Happiness is: a bright sunshine day and a special friend. Misery is: having the Dodge break down and being stuck for three hours. Suppressed desire: to stay awake in all my classes. Pet peeve: 4th lunch, E-block study in the auditorium. I’ll never forget: some of the good times with friends. Future plans: college. Quote: " Desiderata”. KATHY M. LOGAN 15 Melba Lane Happiness is: going on skiing trips. Pet peeve: people who have no anxiety to work for what they want. I ll never forget: 6 20 71 Future plans : to be a stewardess, and possibly open my own dress shop. Suppressed desire: to be a better skier. MARILYN MAC DONALD 1 18 Summer Street Happiness is: being able to sleep in the morning and a beautiful day. Misery is: wanting what you can’t have. Suppressed desire: to travel. Pet peeve: listening to complain- ers. I’ll never forget: Canada, New- foundlandlake of ’72, good times with D. C., R. T„ B. C, D. M., and May 28, 1971. Future plans: art school. Comment: To love is to be loved. KATHLEEN J. MAGUIRE 7 Mount Vernon Street Happiness is: being with people I like and showing them I ' m having a great time. I’ll never forget: N. E. T., Health Aide Program, the mishap at Gino’s and A. C.’s party. Quote: " Life is like an onion, you peel it off, one layer at a time and sometimes you weep.” Future plans: dental hygienist. Pet peeve: phonies. Suppressed desire: to be inde- pendent. Misery is: having a bad time. MARCIA L. MAHAN 46 Lakeside Boulevard North Reading Happiness is: smiling all the time and being with people. Misery is: eating school lunches. I’ll never forget: room 122 and Mrs. Gardner. Pet peeve: the pollution in the lavatory. Future plans: nursing. WAYNE A. MACHENRY 72 Wright Street Happiness is: weekends with the Free Spirits. Future plans: Europe, " 74”, The Apartment, Portage 73-74 . . . Quote: " Oh God I thank Thee for the marvel of a motorcycle, alive and powerful at the touch of my hands and feet. A thing of tremendous possibility, won- derful or terrible. Help me to achieve the skill that will control it completely and wisely like a tool shaping life for me and around me. I thank Thee for the promise of adventure, open road, far places and new neighbors.” BARBARA A. MAHONEY 4 Rafferty Road Happiness is: being with friends and ones you love. Quote: " Each moment . . . has its own beauty ... a picture which was never seen before, and which shall never be seen again. " Ralph Waldo Emerson. I’ll never forget: Nancy’s flat on 128. Misery is: being alone. Future plans: college. Suppressed desire: to be a mil- lionaire. Pet peeve: flat tires and scoffing out. ANN J. MACSWEENEY 94 Oak Street Happiness is: going away for the whole summer. Misery is: a Monday night. Suppressed desire: to go to the Olympics Games. Pet peeve: working on weekends. I’ll never forget: Tourney, high School dances, tip to L. A., " Working year”. Future plans: work and travel. JOHN J. MAHONEY, JR. 18 Crosby Road Happiness is: going to sleep A block. Misery is: getting awakened G block. Suppressed desire: to race For- mula 1 or A type cars. I’ll never forget: Mr. Rowell. Future plans: Wentworth Insti- tute. Comment: blah. 78 MAUREEN R. MAHONEY 219 Hancock Street Hap piness is: Auntie Gil, music major, Spartan Chorale, Carnival Ball, Spanish. Misery is: missing Spartan Cho- rale, not having Spanish club, Klu Klux Klan. I’ll never forget: Auntie Gil, Spanish II, " Nellie”, Spartan Chorale, Music Room, Algebra II E block, Music Major, Carnival Ball, field trips with Chorale. Quote: " When a string is in a knot Patience will untie it. Patience will do many things, Have you ever tried it?” THOMAS J. MANNING 7 Winthrop Street Future plans: die of old age. Comment: You pay for what you get, but mostly the price you pay isn’t worth attaining any- thing. MARY E. MAHONEY 46 Summer Street Happiness is: being with Kev, riding Pandi. Misery is: losing, Pandi, having to save Ellie when we laugh. Suppressed desire: to make it to Florida. Pet peeve: people who don’t know how to ride. I’ll never forget: my times with Kev, owning Pandora, " walking like a soldier”, crashing. Future plans: to teach gym, to own a farm with horses like Pandi. Comment: You never miss what you don’t have, until you have it and lose it. DANIEL J. MARSHALL 45 Pleasant Street Happiness is: a win Saturday, then Saturday night. Suppressed desire: to die in my sleep. Future plans: money, tatoo, bike, and the apartment. Misery is: the sled, coach White. I’ll never forget: Rec Park. LINDA J. MANDEVILLE 3 Berkley Street I’ll never forget: burp at Kitt’s, N. H., Maine, seven stitches, the park, pineapple and uh. . . . I forgot the rest. Misery is: D. S. P. P. H., not knowing what my suppressed desire is. Quote: " The love in your heart wasn’t put there to stay, love isn’t love ’till you give it away.” JOHN MARGARITA 4 Drury Lane Happiness is: winning. Misery is: losing, Pine. Suppressed desire: nine. Pet peeve: leebsters, frontrunners. Future plans: college. 79 RONALD J. MAZZOTTA 7 Walsh Avenue Happiness is: a three day week- end. Misery is: finding out it was a dream. Future plans: college. DONNA MARZINO 232 Green Street Happiness is: Jimmie R., skip- ping classes with R. T., M. M., D. C., B. C., leaving Stoneham High, seeing Rosie with Eddie. Misery is: fighting with my friends, especially K. L., getting up for school, being late. I ' ll never forget: New Years 1970, D. D. and all the fun I ' ve had in Wakefield. Comment: Love is a good thing when you let it into your heart. Pet peeve: waiting around. ELEANOR M. McCLUSKEY 2 Country Club Road Happiness is: Jud, the pool, knowing June 10, 1973 is al- most here. Misery is: not being able to make up your mind. Suppressed desire: to live on an old farm in Maine. Pet peeve: getting up at 7:00 in the morning. I’ll never forget: N. E. C. C. O. field day Oct. 9, 1970, B. S. parties. Future plans: college. Comment: Without honesty, there is no truth; without truth, there is no love; without love, there is nothing. JEAN M. MCCARTHY 189 North Street Happiness is: having G-block privilege. Misery is: losing it second se- mester. Suppressed desire: to look " up” to someone. I ' ll never forget: the vigils, the sisters, the music room parties. Future plans: college. SI % RITA J. MARSHALL 45 Pleasant Street I ' ll never forget: S. P. S. Texas, New York, summer of ’71, 10 23 70-Tom ’s office, 8 26 72 -North Plymouth, Bonnie totalled 7:02 p.m. Happiness is : being a member of the group. Misery is: 9 27-30 72. Quote: Better by far that you should forget and smile than that you should remember and be said.” CAROL A. McGRATH 6 Pleasant Street Happiness is: " Kid Bob " . Misery is: not being able to trust, and not being able to be trusted. Suppressed desire: to have a cer- tain someone. Pet peeve: saying you ' re sorry. I’ll never forget: 12 12 68: Future plans: work. Comment: This is our season of love. When we both believe that only we alone can love, and that no one could ever have loved so before us; and that no one will love in the same way after us. 80 PHILIP MCLAUGHLIN 20 Emery Court SUSAN M. McNULTY 119 Franklin Street Happiness is: playing field hockey. Misery is: the butterflies. Suppressed desire: to see J. M. drunk. Pet peeve: losing. I’ll never forget the hat trick, coaches Logan and Curt, v. k. Future plans: college. Comment: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. MICHAEL J. McKENNA 150 Main Street Happiness is: driving your own car. Suppressed desire: travel coast to coast. I’ll never forget: the Stones, sum- mer ’69. Future plans: Navy. LESLIE A. MEAGHER 20 Common Street NANCY J. MCKEE 3 Cowdrey Street I ' ll never forget: 539, 8 thumb- ing in the rain, 2 1 1-slippin’ and a-slidin’, trig formulae, broken fingers Ecchies, sittin’ pickin ' and a grinnin’, swapping poems, traction in the rain, bus rides. Happiness is: Poco on the Com- mon, Stephen Stills, scenic Amer- ica, J-SSD. Suppressed desire: travel around the country with a band . . . Colorado. Quote: " Go your way, I’ll go mine, and carry on . . . love is coming to us all.” — S. Stills. THOMAS J. McVARISH 179 Franklin Street Quote: " Oh, I see,” said the Tin Woodman. " But, after all, brains are not the best thing in the world. " " Have you any?” inquired the Scarecrow. " No, my head is quite empty,” answered the Woodman, " but once I had brains, and a heart also; so, having tried them both, I should much rather have a heart.” L. Frank Baum, The Wizard of Oz 81 WILLIAM MORLEY 13 Drummond Road Happiness is: having first lunch. Misery is: Sunday nights. Suppressed desire: to be a chemist. Pet peeve: getting caught skip- ping. Future plans: college. JOHN MITCHELL R. 22 Bonad Road Happiness is: eating. Misery is: going to work. Suppressed desire: to retire from work. Pet peeve: being called into work early Saturday mornings. I ' ll never forget: Mr. Reed ' s pro- file. FREDERICK E. MORIN 1 1 Brookbridge Road SANDRA J. MILLER 3 Harrison Street Happiness is: Neil . . . H. Y. B. . . . 4 23 " the group S B, B D, R M, S M, E W. I’ll never forget: Texas, 71 . . . drill . . . New York . . . dimples . . . Prep " 70”. Future plans: secretarial school. Quote: " If a man does not keep pace with his companions per- haps it is because he hears a differ- ent drummer. Let him keep step to the music which he hears, however, measured or far away. " H. D. Thoreau MARY ANN MORRISON 61 Collincote Street I II never forget: 539, snipe ses- sions, Chester Rock Island III, the great escapes. Oquossoc, camping with Baloo, truckin’, adv. bio. physics. Happiness is: fruit of the vine, scenic America, ah-men. Misery is: Mary V. losing an argument. Comment: oh balderdash. RITA L. MEUSE 27 Spring Street I’ll never forget: N. H., Nov. 29, 1970, Sept. 23, 1972, Bath- room gang, P. T. B., lakeside, Rockport, the " 63 " chevy. Happiness is: being with Paul, Melrose, Wakefield, getting a car when you need it, nights with the girls. Misery is: breaking up, having bucket seats, having plans and not going through with them. Suppressed desire: going to Lon- don (or) Switzerland. Pet peeve: A block class. Future plans: busin ess school. 82 PAUL R. MORRISON 61 Collincote Street JOSEPHINE E. NESTOR 66 Main Street Comment: A wonderful day for passing my way, knock on my door and even the score with your eyes. Lovely to see you again my friend. I ' ll never forget: nine in a Mali- bu, pulling A. J. ' s, 19 J’s at the cape, once upon a hill. Happiness is: beautiful nights at singing sands. Suppressed desire: to see the world. Misery is: horror shows, space- men. ANTHONY J. MUNAFO 608 Main Street PAUL C. MUELLER 5 Gracewood Road ANNE S. MYSERIAN 53 North Avenue BARBARA MORTON 6 Mt. Vernon Street Happiness is: following your dreams. Misery is: finding out it ' s raining out just because you were going to skip and go to the beach. I’ll never forget: the wrong num- ber ten, Grotonwood. Suppressed desire: to be rich. Pet peeve: conceited people. Future plans: college. Comment: " The cruelest lies are often told in silence.” Robert Louis Stevenson 83 JAMES L. OLSEN 5 1 Bow Street JOANNE M. NIESTEPSKI 8 Glen Road Happiness is: taking long walks on blustery days, watching snow flakes fall and sitting in front of a fire place on a cold winter night. Pet peeve: noise. Suppressed desire: to be inde- pendent. I ' ll never forget: O ' D, Mr. Dye, P. A. N., my friends, my visit to the Hare Krishna Temple and New Brunswick, Canada (Sum- mer 1972). Quote: " Be patient towards all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves.” STEPHEN F. NICHOLS 43 Pleasant Street Comment: " When I die I am going to heaven because I have been through hell all my life. " I’ll never forget: Rec, Park and the wing dings; Janine. Suppressed desire: to get rich, live to be one hundred. BRIAN P. O ' DONNELL 5 Waterhouse Road I ' ll never forget: the big game in the Garden. Misery is: 4th lunch, Monday mornings. Future plans: college. Happiness is: Spartan Chorale, Carnival Ball. MICHAEL A. NEWCOMB 25 Cottage Street MARY M. O’BRIEN 89 Summer Street Happiness is: playing softball and winning. Misery is: losing a game. I ' ll never forget: the vigils, the sisters, the music room parties. Future plans: college. 84 DANIEL G. O’MELIA 10 Pleasant Street I ' ll never forget: the night at Rec. Future plans: to be a carpenter. Misery is: not having a car. Happiness is: sleeping an extra hour. Pet peeve: being late for school by one second and getting sent down the office. Comment: think before you make an important step in life, you might trip over your own feet. Suppressed desire: to be rich. STEVE J. O’NEILL 63 Pine Street I ' ll never forget: saving seats in 206; Charles River; the night after Lunenburg. Suppressed desire: to drive cross country. Happiness is: weekends. Misery is: the little worm. KAREN J. O’MELIA 10 Everett Street Comment: 1 am yesterday, you are today, let us join to make tomorrow. Happiness is: knowing you have something you can hold on to for a lifetime. Ill never forget: Dallas, Texas August " 71 " Rm. 309; Ramada Inn; S. P. S. JACK E. ORAM 19 Middlesex Road Misery is: E block study hall in the auditorium. Happiness is: it ' s here. Pet peeve: phonies. Suppressed desire: vengeance. Future plans: college. I ' ll never forget: French III. DANIEL L. O’NEILL 74 Summer Street Happiness is: going home early. Misery is: morning detention. Suppressed desire: coming to school, but never making it in. Pet peeve: the cooks. I’ll never forget: God. Future plans: none. 85 THOMAS R. O’TOOLE 16 Flint Avenue Happiness is: something cold, wet, and frosty. Misery is: 128 bridges. Suppressed desire: to level this place. Pet peeve: little cross eyed men. I ' ll never forget: Buddy’s parties at Harry’s, Butchy’s, Lorrie’s, Tor- Tas. Future plans: DQU THOMAS PALUMBO 1 1 Evergreen Road DANIEL PALERMO 5 Myrtle Street Happiness is: H. B. and O. S. Misery is: E. Suppressed desire: to see Mr. Rowell go out of business. Pet peeve: going straight to school in the morning. I ' ll never forget: John wrapped around the toilet in Randolph. Future plans: good job and a lot of money. JANICE PARKER 48 Collincote Street Happiness is: talking with Al. Misery is: stiff dungarees, Novem- ber 13 ' s, and beeries. Suppressed desire: to be a witch. Pet peeve : stereo-mouthed gum chewers and eaters. I ' ll never forget: Big Mama, Bubbles, ski jump, Red, Crosby nose, Wellsy, Monk, Gopher, Germ, and the carp. Future plans: to be alive. Quote: " Just what you want to be, you’ll be in the end. " VIRGINIA R. PALERMO 12 Cedar Avenue Happiness is: being with Tony. Misery is: getting up to go to school. Suppressed desire: to be together always. Pet peeve: seeing him leave. I’ll never forget: first time we met and May 17, 1972. Future plans: marriage, nursing. KENNETH J. PALUMBO 1 1 Evergreen Road Suppressed desire: to go on living. Happiness is: skipping a class and never getting caught. Future plans: to be a success. 86 PAUL V. PIZZANO 60 Central Street Happiness is: a field trip with Mrs. McCormack. VINCENT P. PUGLISI 5 Bonad Road Happiness is: Waterville. Misery is: P. E. Comment: There is a scarcity of friendship but not of friends. KENNETH PURINGTON 10 Dollincote Street DEBBIE A. PINATO 14 Bow Street Court Happiness is: Dickie. Misery is: getting up for school, cash registers, smoky rooms. Suppressed desire: to travel around the world. I ' ll never forget: Cranes Beach, 4th of July, Pewter Pot, bench warmers, Rec. Park, silver quar- ters, which is my left and which is my right. Comment: Have mercy on the customers for they know not what they do. ROBERT J. QUIGLEY 2 Newcomb Road Happiness is: looking at someone special, and seeing them smile at 8:00 A.M. Misery is: chemistry first period. Suppressed desire: sleeping dur- ing Mr. White’s history class. I ' ll never forget: B. W. Future plans: college and work. Comment: SHS is fine for an edu- cation, but 1 wouldn’t want to live here. RAYMOND G. POWERS 19 West Street 87 DEBBIE J. RE1NOLD Rockville Park I ' ll never forget: Talbot, 4 on the floor with Lu-Lu. Quote: " My love is like a seed that only needs the thought of you to grow”. Happiness is: being with people I can call friends, K R. Pet peeve: two-faced people. Suppressed desire: to live forever. Future plans: airline school. JEANNETTE RELLO 31 Chestnut Street Happiness is: long weekends and morning privileges. Misery is: losing Penny. Suppressed desire: to drive a standard. Pet peeve: gym A block. I’ll never forget: R. D. C. A. Grotonwood, the wall. Future plans: college. . NANCY E. REAGAN 10 Greenway Circle Happiness is: living and being with people you love, and close friends. Quote: " It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” I’ll never forget: my close friends, ’72’s Bob W., Winnie’s, summer of ’72, and SHS. Pet peeve: getting a flat tire on Route 128. Suppressed desire: to be a doctor in dance. Misery is : leaving all the close friends and fun times I had in S.H.S. Future plans: college — profes- sional dancing. JANE P. RICHMOND 25 Keene Street Suppressed desire: to speak right. I’ll never forget: my friends. Comment: Today is yesterday’s pupil. JOHN T. REINOLD 29 Evergreen Road DENISE E. RICHARD 72 Forest Street Quote: " He who passes it up when the opportunity comes, does not know the full joy that those around him are experiencing.” 88 GREGORY D. RISKA 4 Sheffield Road Happiness is: making the coach look very, very bad, making a teacher admit he is wrong, trying at all times. Misery is: forgetting your gym stuff when you’ve got Mr. Tavanese; when you hope but never get what you want. Suppressed desire: ride around Europe on a racer like one of my friends did last summer, burn my notebook! Pet peeve: Little Richard K., next door, my personal peeve. I ' ll never forget: the Watertown " incident”, the RPI medal, golf trip we used to take in the sum- mer. JANE G. ROMANO 28 Rodgers Road Happiness is: a certain 62, spending my time with Doug. I ' ll never forget: The Colonial on 10 3 71, the surprise party Doug threw for me on 10 3 72. Future plans: college. Quote: Life is worth living, if the living are worth loving. CHARLES T. ROCKWOOD 33 Pleasant Street Happiness is: Mick Jagger. Suppressed desire: to kiss Ms. Springer. Comment: I ' ve got no expecta- tions to pass through here again. I ' ll never forget: woodsie. Misery is: parting. Future plans: I ' m on the road to find out. STEVEN P. ROLLI 35 Pine Street DANIEL RIVERA 19 Sherwood Road DEBRA A. ROWE 10 Gilmore Street I’ll never forget: summer of ' 72 in P-town, focus, funeral for a watch, PTB 208 bathroom gang, wanna do it? just a little, deadend kids, mouth, shakey, putsey, bone- head, L. H., D. F., J. G., Pete’s a monster. Suppressed desire: to attack Mike Jagger. Misery is: March 13, 1972. Happiness is: July 19, 1972 at the Stones’ concert. Pet peeve: flapper, the Mayberry town bomber! Future plans: to make it to Cali- fornia! 89 STEVEN B. RUBNER 109 Summer Street WALTER J. SACCO 14 Drummond Road Suppressed desire: to win the football card. Misery is: getting the " spins " on Saturday night. I’ll never forget: Crow ' s parties. Happiness is: all night parties. KATHLEEN E. RUSSELL 24 Parkway Road Comment: People are lonely be- cause they build walls instead of bridges. Happiness is: having an identical friend (who knows what you’re thinking before you open your mouth). I’ll never forget: seagulls and Essex. Suppressed desire: to live at the beach. BONNIE L. RUSSO 24 Summer Street Happiness is: being with friends, bare feet. Misery is: losing a special per- son. Suppressed desire: to get in a car and go forever. I’ll never forget: 8 10 72, Octo- ber 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, the day on the hill!, the signs, dikes. Comment: life is only what you make it. JOHN I. RUSSELL, JR. 1 1 Pearl Street Happiness is: eight hours of sleep. Misery is: getting up in the morning. Suppressed desire: to weigh 150 pounds. MARTHA R. SALONEN 15 Broadway Suppressed desire: to grow. Comment: rock on. ELLEN L. SEREDA 25 Governor Road Happiness is: horseback riding. Misery is: standing still. Suppressed desire: to marry Neil Young. Pet peeve: people who say one thing and do another. I ' ll never forget: they all went to the Cape, and when the dam broke . . . , circus, circus. Future plans: nursing. Quote: " I believe in you.” ROBERT M. SALTZMAN 6 West Street Misery is: spitting into the wind. Pet peeve: course and a half. Happiness is: free concerts. I ' ll never forget: Saturday morn- ings on Spot Pond. Future plans: college. BARBARA J. SAVELO 75 Calthea Street I ' ll never forget: 9 29 30, the " scream”, the Convent, walk straight as a soldier, the " parties " . Misery is: having to say good bye. Happiness is: being at Hampton with b. b. Quote: " Woman was created from the rib of man, not from his head to be above him nor his feet to be walked upon, but from his side to be equal near his arm to be protected and close to his heart to be loved.” Suppressed desire: to see j. m. on her 60th birthday. Pet peeve: frozen fingers on Saturday. JULIE A. SCALLF.Y 7 Morgan Avenue I’ll never forget: crossing roads up on the rooftop, package deals, Topsfield Fair. Happiness is: March 26, 1971, being " heavy”, digging and pinching. Suppressed desire: learn to drive, pinch the Pillsbury doughboy. Quote: " Everything seems to be some kind of wonderful.” — Carole King. Misery is: curbs, stranded in Chinatown with k. k. Future plans: Art School. THERESA A. SCULLIN 104 Hancock Street Happiness is: something to do, something to love and something to hope. Comment: Life is like a one-way street. No matter how many de- tours you take, none of them gets you back. Future plans: nursing. I’ll never forget: 8 6 71. FREDERICK M. SELLARS 30 Rodgers Road Happiness is: Friday afternoon. Misery is: finding your car turned around and the tires slashed after a dance. Suppressed desire: to get the right change from the cafeteria. Pet peeve: E block auditorium study. I’ll never forget: friends at S.H.S. Future plans: college, engineer- ing. Comment: Aim for heaven and you get earth thrown in. Aim at earth and you get neither. 91 JOYCE M. SHAUGHNESSY 27 West Street Happiness is: my friends, family and music, K. S. C. Misery is: school floors after a vacation, phony people. Suppressed desire: to be a good musician or music teacher. Pet peeve: warped bridges. I’ll never forget: " 60 on 93”, J. B„ K. W„ K. S. C., all my friends, " happy hours”. Future plans: college. Quote: " Friendships can be like prints in a desert, they fade when the wind blows free.” DEBORAH A. SHEETS 1 Weld Road Happiness is: watching the sun- set, wearing no shoes. Misery is: the dentist, spot. May 30, stiff jeans. I’ll never forget: Whinny ' s place. Id ' s kindergarden class, the jade, weasle and yikes, N. S. Suppressed desire: to have long fingernails. Comment, eeph. DEBRA L. SHATTUCK 131 North Street GEORGE F. SMITH 39 Windsor Road Happiness is: Mary Beth. I’ll never forget: red pants, Parties at Harries Tortas Evans. Future plans: D. Q. U. CAROL SHEEHAN 3d Chestnut Street Happiness is: a hockey game. I’ll never forget: January " 72”. Misery is: Monday morning with no heat. Suppressed desire: skipping. Pet peeve: studies. Quote: " Today is the first day of the rest of your life.” Comment: you’re kidding. Future plans: secretary. SUSAN J. SHELDON 3 Windsor Road I’ll never forget: Labor Day, Har- wichport, ambulance. Cape Cod, bomb fires, Pewter Pot, being a bench warmer. Misery is: flying cans. Suppressed desire: to live in London. Pet peeve: flying kites. Future plans: college. Happiness is: being up in Maine. 92 JEFFREY W. SMITH 1 Cedar Avenue IRENE ST. AMAND 6 Middle Street I’ll never ' forget: M B, flying steering wheels, 3 hour drive and 20 minutes at P-town, Smoky the Bear, 11 24 71, R. C. and his dreams, D. F. and I. G., mouth, Bucky, Shakey, Putsie, Jason, D. W. and C. D„ 208B gang and PTB, the tracks. Happiness is: being with people I like and having something to be happy about. Misery is: waiting, being alone, going out on a Friday with nothing to do. Comment: " Do unto others as you would want others to do unto you.” HERBERT H. SPECK 7 Sherwood Road Happiness is: owning a car that I always don ' t have to work on. Misery is: when your best friend thinks you’re too fond of his girl. Suppressed desire: build a " for- mula vee” race car. Pet peeve: Frank McLaughlin — Sears Automotive. He’d make a super principal. I ' ll never forget: Mr. Martin and his war stories. Future plans: Wentworth, North- eastern, East Coast Aero Tech. Comment: Don’t be sorry too late. Learn what you can now. JANET SPENCER 4 Chase Road I’ll never forget: pints and tea- spoons, 6 6 72, 1971-72, E block honor study field hockey, card sharks, teaching tennis. Pet peeve: having to live with people like the O. S. A.! Happiness is: making new friends and seeing old ones, graduating with the class of ’72. Misery is: getting up at 7:30 on Saturday morning for work. Quote: " All animals (people?) are equal, but some are more equal than others.” Future plans: college. KEVIN A. SMITH 43 West Street Happiness is: being with people you like. Misery is: filling out this form. I’ll never forget: my last first day of school. Comment: I am what I am be- cause I am. Suppressed desire: to win 15 teams on the football card. Pet peeve: double studies E and F block in the auditorium. Future plans: college. PATRICIA M. ST. GEORGE 31 Perkins Street I’ll never forget: teacups. Cape ’72, " O Solo Mio”, UNH, P. T. Hull, Steele House Gang, C. St. V. Quote: " you can’t always get what you want . . . but if you try sometime you just might find you get what you need.” — Hot Rocks. Pet peeve: Boopy, Kathy’s voice. Happiness is: Elton John, Poco, Bob Doyle and Digga. Suppressed desire: to run around with my hair on fire. Future plans: to marry Justin Hayward. 93 GEORGE H. STIMPSON 143 Marble Street DANIEL E. STONE 28 High Street DAVID E. SULLIVAN 7 Sheridan Road Happiness is: chemistry lab zoos. Suppressed desire: to travel the world. I ' ll never forget: being impris- oned for 12 years. Future plans: to find my place in the world. ARTHUR H. STEPHENSON, III 332 Green Street Comment: I made up a list and in September it was the way it always will be, one through ten. Suppressed desire: to play on the soccer team. I’ll never forget: the letter " K” for all it means. Happiness is: the fall of ’72. Comment: If there is something you wish to conquer or excel in, set your mind on that goal and conquer. GERALD E. STEVENSON 197 Park Street Happiness is: skiing, giving a big smile, Joan. Suppressed desire: to make the Olympics. Pet peeve: review math and economics class. I ' ll never forget: 4 1 72, " God- spell” and 10 19 72, Bertha’s biology class. Future plans: to become an archi- tect. MARTHA S. STONE 12 Lawndale Road Comment: " Only a dark cocoon before I get my gorgeous wings and fly away, only a phase these dark . . . days. " — Joni Mitchell CAROL A. SURETTE 4 Prospect Street ROBERT W. SWEENEY 7 Hancock Street ROBERT E. SULLIVAN 20 Avalon Road Happiness is: just being out on the golf course playing golf. Misery is: being lonely. Suppressed desire: becoming a golf professional. Pet peeve: Monday mornings. I’ll never forget: the friends I ' ve had in high school, Horgy and Bear Hill, Friday and Saturday nights, " Reddy, Red " , 9 23- 10 13 72. Future plans: college. JOHN L. SULLIVAN 14 Middlesex Road Happiness is: a championship. Pet peeve: the sled. Suppressed desire: to be the next pope. Future plans: college. Misery is: Monday mornings. I ' ll never forget: parties at Rec ' s house. MICHAEL A. SWEET 42 Pond Street Happiness is: no gym my senior year. Misery is: " being under a grave stone " . I ll never foget: 9 1 71. Suppressed desire: to shoot 70 on 18 holes. Pet peeve: Contemporary Issues I. Comment: " Never put off until tomorrow, what you can do to- day”. ELLEN K. SURDAM 56 Summerhill Street Comment: Acquaintances will soon fade away, the real friends will never be forgotten. Happiness is: Waterville. I ' ll never forget: Toni, walk like a soldier. Misery is: being lonely. 95 MICHAEL N. SZLOCH 28 Windsor Road I’ll never forget: parties at Harry ' s, Smitty’s and Torta’s, C. Mac. Future plans: D. Q. U. Quote: throw me up a cold one! Pet peeve: hitting poles behind the Junior High. Suppressed desire: to go com- pletly crazy. Misery is: standing at the D. Q. in January. Happiness is: winning a soccer game. PAMELA J. SWEETSER 15 Green Street Happiness is: music, deering. Misery is: rainy days, losing foot- ball games. Suppressed desire: to be a baby photographer. Pet peeve: the shadow. I’ll never forget: 4 5 69, the great tossed salad, Spartan Cho- rale, Auntie Gil. Comment: One cannot make the journey to heaven without getting some sand in his shoes. JOHN TAMBURRINI 43 Washington Avenue Happiness is: playing hockey. Suppressed desire: making varsity hockey team. Future plans: Navy. Pet peeve: money. Misery is: waking up Monday mornings. I ll never forget: trip to Canada. Comment: " glad to be out”. WALTER B. TEAL 9 Lexington Street I ' ll never forget: Sunday nights. Happiness is: payday. Future plans: death. Comment: Don ' t worry about tomorrow, ’cause tomorrow you may be dead.” Suppressed desire: to sleep in one of Mr. McGuire’s classes. Misery is: cold seats. CARL J. TAGLIAMONTE 131 Marble Street Happiness is: what’s cold, wet and frosty? Misery is: injuries, not being able to play football my last two years. Suppressed desire: to own my own Cosa Nostra. I’ll never forget: going brewing with the guys, j. a. k. 5 5 72. Quote: " You only go around once in your life, so you’ve got to grab for all the gusto you can.” Future plans: God only knows. KENNETH L. TARR 14 Avalon Road 1 11 never forget: Suffolk Downs. Misery is: ’67 Rambler. Pet peeve: A G Block Classes. Happiness is: Medford Girls. Future plans: boadcasting. Suppressed desire: graduating. Quote: " To leave is to live.” 96 DOUGLAS G. THAYER 28 Newcomb Road Happiness is: a warm, passionate smile from sparkle. Suppressed desire: to ski Tucker- man’s Ravine without breaking my neck. I ' ll never forget: last summer, working 6 days a week, and then driving from Wolfboro to Boston twice a week, totaling 10,000 miles. Misery is: hitting the sled every- day, rain or shine. Pet peeve : homework on the weekends, or anyday for that matter. Future plans : to go to college and get into business. ROSEMARY THOMAS 14 Highland Avenue CHARLES E. THOMPSON 16 Valley Road VIRGINIA THOMPSON 4 Woodland Road Happiness is: having a privilege. Misery is: missing the bus on a cold day. Future plans: college (elemen- tary ed.) CHERYL A. THEROUX 1 59 Central Street Happiness is: a practice room and a certain very nice person. Misery is : not seeing people happy in what they ' re doing. Suppressed desire: to hitch to Alaska. I ' ll never forget: the class of ’71, soph. year, Shono’s party, " Jack ' s " , George. Future plans: business or secre- terial school. STEPHEN L. THORLEY 67 Oak Street Happiness is: being on the road. Misery is: unsmiling faces, plebes. Suppressed desire: to ask Mr. Maguire where he ' s supposed to be. Pet peeve: Main State Police. I ' ll never forget: the Dead in Hartford. Future plans: crossing the Golden Gate. Quote: " Some people may treat you ugly, some treat you beautiful too, But that ' s the way life is all over, so look for the good things for you.” John Mayall 97 JOSEPH TITCOMB 1 Capen Road Happiness is: what ' s cold, wet, and frosty. Suppressed desire: big eyes. I’ll never forget: being awakened by golfers on the second fairway at Unicorn. Pet peeve: Saturday morning con- fusion, watching the Johnny Bench show. Misery is: getting up for school in the morning. Future plans: a loner. Comment: Get your head to- gether. SYLVIE THORY 68 Main Street Happiness is: true friendship. Suppressed desire: to be a teacher. I ' ll never forget: summer camps, girls soccer team in France, U.S.A. Future plans: bilingual secretary. Quote: " Le livre de la vie est le livre supreme qu’on peut ni fermer ni ouvrir a son choix; le passage attachant ne s’y lit pas deux fais, Mais le feuillet fatal se tourne de lui-men: On vouchait revenir a la page ou Ton aime, et la page ou Ton meurt est deja sous nos doigts.” NEIL TROTTA 1 1 Harrison Street Happiness is: eating. Suppressed desire: to succeed in life. Misery is: working. I ' ll never forget: the field trip. Pet peeve : music class. Future plans: none. FRANK J. TORTORICI 18 Evans Road Future plans: God only knows! Quote: Wasi, throw me up a cold one! I ' ll never forget: Parties at Harry ' s and Smitty ' s, M. J. D. Happiness is: What’s cold, wet, and frosty. Suppressed desire: The PEA- COCK at Buddy ' s. Misery is: Bombs, being left high and dry. Pet peeve: car accidents. PEGGY M. TROIANO 54 Pond Street Happiness is: a Fri. or Sat. night without a fight. Misery is: Esposito ' s, long sum- mers. Suppressed desire: to get an Afro. Pet peeve: conceited people. I ' ll never forget:. Gopher, Jack, Red, Donise, Big Daddy, Wellsy, Nose, Ski Jump, the 3 bears. Future plans: legal secretary. ROSE TROVATO 10 Theresa Road Happiness is: taking off on my own to anywhere. Misery is: missing all the action because I had to be home on time, cheering practices. Suppressed desire: to be the star in a musical play. Pet peeve: ultimatums, Hermena High School. I ' ll never forget: G in a Malibu, 10 31 70, California, summer " 72”. Future plans: college. JANICE A. TUCKER 35 Windsor Road Happiness is: when school is called off and seeing a special friend. Misery is: Dec. 23, 1971. Suppressed desire: to pass chem- istry. Pet peeve: gas problems in chem- istry. I ' ll never forget: my C block chemistry class, work and Long Island. Future plans: nursing. Quote: " And it ' s the giving that makes you what you are.” " That which you love in him most is clearer in his absence.” Ian An- derson. ELAINE M. VILLERS 196 Park Street Happiness is: liking people all over the world. Misery is: when you ' re in a fight with your best friend. Suppressed desire: I would like to go to California. Pet peeve: fighting. I ' ll never forget: March 22, 1971. Future plans: get a job. DIANA M. VALENTE 15 Joan Avenue Happiness is: watching my little brother grow up, seeing others happy, having true friends. Misery is: being laughed at, no, we ' re not related! I’ll never forget: Mv English II term paper. Quote: " Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.” William Jennings Bryan IRENE M. VALENTI 37 Bellevue Road I ' ll never forget: " stool” and beep, beep in Canada, MOORRN- INGG!, my years at s.h.s., woody dorm, THE GAME. Quote: " The greatest happiness of life, is being loved for your- self ... or, more correctly, being loved in spite of yourself.” Victor Hugo. Future plans: college and travel. RAJKO VESKOVIC 88A Hancock Street MICHAEL VAUGHAN 1 1 Emerson Street Happiness is: What’s cold, wet, and frosty? I’ll never forget: M. I. Misery is: 128 bridges. Future plans: Alden Construction. 99 WILLIAM WALCZAK 12 Rose Lane Happiness is: the weekend. Misery is: getting out of bed to go to school. Suppressed desire: to be famous. I ' ll never forget: Washington Street. Future plans: college. FRANK M. WALSH 2 Pine Ridge Road Happiness is: pay day and the ' 57. I ' ll never forget: all-nighters, Willy and Albert. Suppressed desire: to make good money. Future plans: to have my own business-. Comment: look at yourself before you look at others. DAVID R. VISOCCHI 56 Gould Street Happiness is: playing hockey or watching a hockey game with a bottle of frosty. Misery is: going to work. Suppressed desire: make money. Pet peeve: getting up in the morning. I’ll never forget: 12th grade. Future plans: decide what to do for a living. THOMAS E. WALKER 9 Country Club Road WILLIAM WEISSE 91 Franklin Street Happiness is: playing hockey. Pet peeve: 8:00 a.m. — 2:30, de- tention. I ' ll never forget: my senior year at S. H. S. , my 2 years at smh. Suppressed desire: to score a hat trick. DORIS M. WARD 99 Franklin Street I ' ll never forget: the bathroom, PTB, Rowe ' s apartment, tracks, D. F„ and J. G., T. and T„ Chris ' s, D. Q., friends. Pet peeve: feds, diquers, eyeball, duke. Suppressed desire: to be a proba- tion officer. Misery is: getting caught, cold weather. Happiness is: concerts, parties. Future plans: split to California. PAUL WESOLOWSKI 2 Spruce Street I’ll never forget: parties at Harry ' s, Smitty’s and Torta’s, P. C. Future plans: God only knows. Suppressed desire: to ski around the world. Misery is: sleeping in the tall grass. Quote: throw me up a cold one! Happiness is: What ' s cold, wet, and frosty? Pet peeve: poles behind the Junior High. CHERYL A. WHITCOMB 391 William Street Happiness is: being with Bob. Misery is: always being grounded. Suppressed desire: to travel. I’ll never forget: 6 27 72 at George’s, 2 26 71 in N. H., the Junior Prom and threesomes. Future plans: college. Quote: " Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.” Emerson. ERIKA M. WEST 9 Greenway Circle Happiness is: being with Steve and friendship. I ' ll never forget: Friday the 13th, Texas, New York, Oct. 23, 1970. Quote: " It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” Misery is: saying good-bye. DAVID A. WITHROW 8 Lexington Street Happiness is: a week ' s paycheck. Misery is: leaving Cape Cod in September. Pet peeve: cold, winter cafeteria studies. I’ll never forget: Mr. Rowell fence hopping. Future plans: college and million- aire. DENNIS W. WILK 19 Bear Hill Road Happiness is: cold frosty. Suppressed desire: to be part of the Mafia. Future plans: college. SARA A. WILLET 56 Park Avenue I’ll never forget: Unicorn, De- cember 4, 1970, The little red MGBGT. Happiness is: getting back to- gether. Misery is: not being able to have what you really want. Quote: " He who conquers others has physical strength; he who conquers himself is strong. " Taoism. 101 •jft ■leg . ..ytf MILDRED K. YORK 25 Maple Street Happiness is: Nova Scotia, Christ- mas vacation, seeing old friends, 2:34. Misery is: The end of summer. I ' ll never forget: Washington, D.C., E.Y.C. Quote: " Today is the first day of the rest of your life.” Future plans: college. MATT ZAITCHIK 30 High Street [ e, bacKtfrouM b ' u TK cover ooK U - A be- ' a • c lAcW |b L ,iu» w 4 « Kor Kt «vtor d “I ;, ' ‘ 1 ' ' oocM? K i op , A ' t° ' M,l tK t cMa ' vr c- ' pe ce. ' th vicrl He- ‘ a ° " ' C i j w K, c_ wc i«Ko Mve- w.W r d C a Af °b bel ' VC- wK t a W dafe-$ -to 4 t ie. ROW 1. J. Dougherty, D. Marshall, D. Georgette, E. Kelly, T. Mangone, F. Vallarelli, B. Mayo, A. Theriault. ROW 2. D. Margarita, S. Rolli, M. Dawson, F. Belcher, D. Thayer, co-capt. J. Du- gan, co-capt. C. Doherty, J. Sullivan, B. Walczak, S. O ' Neil, P. McLaughlin, mgr, M. Sweet. ROW 3. mgr. B. Parsons, Coach W. Fillback, Head Coach B. Margarita, G. Pritchard, J. Donahue, J. Margarita, J. Contestabile, D. Geary, J. Censullo, L. Doherty, J. Vennochi, S. Barbera, B. Bambery, R. Fales, Coach P. White. ROW 4. B. O ' Donnell, J. Dougherty, T. O ' Toole, C. Balboni, B. Mur- phy, J. Willis, T Hunt, M. McLaughlin, R. Goldthwait, J. Corkum, Coach D. Qualey. FOOTBALL This year ' s Spartan football team went all the way as they compiled a 7-2 league record and a share of the Middlesex League crown. As it happened, a last game victory brought the two-way share of the title to Stoneham. Stoneham made use of a powerful offense with a strong passing as well as running game, and • chalked up more offensive points than any other team in the league. The team was accordingly hon- ored as Joe Donahue, John Dugan, and John Mar- garita were chosen the All-Star offensive team and Bill Walczak to the All-Star defensive team. Coach Margarita and his staff deserve a lot of credit for their work and we hope that there- will be a repeat performance next year. ROW 1. R. Mozzotta, G. Riska, R. Kwiatkowski, J. Oram, W. Sacco, Capt. M. Szloch, G. Smith, D. Coombs, N. Emerson ROW 2. Mgr. A. Stephenson, M. DeCosta, E. Rahn, M. Brunini, H. Gatti, V. Athanas, T. Russell, P. Surdam, B. Bambery, B. Antonucci, P. Beaton, Coach Mike Kennedy. Missing from photo is S. Kelly. SOCCER The soccer team ' s 5-10-1 record would normally indicate a poor season, but this is by no means the case. The soccer team had its best season this year and under Coach Mike Kennedy, the booters showed good skills and a lot of drive. The first half of their season was frustrating as they lost many games by just one or two goals in the last period. But this didn ' t stop their drive as they played hardnosed, skilled soccer their second half, winning 4 and tying 1 of their last eight games. As a tribute to the Spar- tans, Capt. Mike Szloch and fullback George Smith were chosen to the All Middlesex Team. Soccer has caught on in Stoneham and next year’s team should give even better results. m. •t . ' V «M - r; ROW 1. D. Guild, K. Kille, P. Stevens, B. Saltzman, J. Lespasio. ROW 2. T. Deyak, J. Rees, J. Brissette, J. Meeks, G. Stevenson, Coach Alain Rocher, S. Petto. Coach Alain Rocher’s runners had another fine season as they compiled an 8-3 overall record and a 6-3 league record for a fourth place finish in the Middlesex League. The team was hampered from the beginning to the end of the season by injuries which didn ' t spare Coach Rocher’s top runners. Not once this season did his team run with a full squad, but nevertheless, they did well. The Coach feels that the long list of injuries cost them another one or two spots in the standings. The talent was good this year as shown by the fact that Kevin Kille, Jerry Stevenson, and John Meeks were se- lected All-Stars. Next year’s team should also do well as Kille is returning along with other underclassmen with varsity experience. 112 ROW 1: J. Murphy, M. McCarthy, S. McNulty, Capt. T. Fallon, M. Salonen, B. Junker, S. Surette. ROW 2: Mgr. N. McKee, S. Dawson, A. Carlson, D. Hanlon, B. Wesolowski, D. Wilson, C. Mroz, C. Cugini, E. Moore, P. Corkum, L. Barry, Mgr. M. Morrison, Coach Ruth Logan. The girls’ field hockey team ended up with a 2-7-2 record. Though their record is on the losing side, their effort, hustle, and spirit were like those of winners. The team had more experience with second year coach Miss Ruth Logan and their record was an improved one. Though seven starters will be lost by graduation, the girls coming up look good and next season definitely looks better for the team. LEFT TO RIGHT: M. McGinn, M. Ottavi, D. Fiore, M. DiPrisco, D. DiTullio, K. Ferretti, S. Arsenault, Co-capt. J. Scalley, Co-capt. P. Corkum, R. Trovato, P. Hopkins, J. Nestor, T. Lucci, M. Jamieson, P. Dolan, L. Ternullo, E. Gunning, D. Zampell. MAJORETTES FIRST ROW: C. Enfanto, Lieut. K. Angelosanto, D. Pinato, Capt. V. Savelo, P. Movsesian, Lieut. D. Dillon, E. Doran. SECOND ROW: N. Reagen, J. Austin, D. Dowling, E. Surdam, J. Small- comb, I. Butt, D. Burr, C. MacKay. MISSING: J. DiGuillio, P. Dearth. W ROW 1: Mgr. M. Sweet, J. Lespasio, B. Kwiatkowski, Co-capt. J. Donahue, Co-Capt. B. O’Donnell, J. Venocchi, M. Berquist. ROW 2: Mgr. B. Parsons, Coach Steve Conroy, V. Athanas, P. Mc- Glaughlin, F. Belcher, H. Bridges, C. Smith, Asst. Coach B. Lebedoni, Asst. Coach B. Tavanese. BOYS’ BASKETBALL The Spartans put it all together this season as they went undefeated, taking the Middlesex League crown with an 18-0 record. They were not to be denied this season as they were over- flowing with some great talent at both the for- ward and guard positions. The competition was tough but Stoneham handled the league well, even beating perennial powerhouse Lexington twice this year. Coach Steve Conroy did an ex- cellent job as he guided the team with his fine coaching all through the season. The team was even ranked number one in their respective division by the papers throughout most of the season. This was perhaps the finest team ever, and Coach Conroy and his players deserve a lot of praise. 120 % mmm »w v mv! •V V ' JJm M m ; ■) The Stoneham hockey team was a young one this year as the varsity squad was full of underclassmen. They started off slow their first six games, playing good hockey but not being able to win. However, this didn’t last any longer as the Spartans did a complete about face, taking ten out of their last twelve games to roll up a fine 10-6-2 record and just narrowly not qualifying for a state tourney berth. Coach Dick Burns did a fine job of coaching the team to its great rally throughout the season, and the players really put themselves out to get that streak alive, playing good strong team hockey. Next year looks as if the great play will continue with a lot of varsity players coming back. ROW 1: C. Cameron, J. Russell, J. Titcomb, R. Donovan, B. Murphy, W. MacHenry, M. Jamieson, S. Kieth. ROW 2: Asst. Coach Bill Seabury, Tri-capt. T. O’Toole, B. Weisse, P. Surdam, S. Adams. Tri-capt. S. Rolli, R. Casey, Tri-capt. M. Vaughn, J. Oram, P. Stanieich, Coach Dick Burns. MISS- ING FROM PHOTO: T. Hunt. ROW 1: J. Murphy, G. Stevenson, N. Emerson (Co-capt.), K. Kille, J. Willis (Co-capt.), F. Whitten, R. Saltzman, S. Petto. ROW 2: S. Dawson, D. Guild, P. Lund, S. Yahoodik, R. Mroz, J. Rees, Coach Alain Rocher. ROW 3: J. Sullivan, J. Hinchey, R. Meegan, D. West, D. Thompson, J. Rees, R. Melkonian. ROW 4: J. Meeks, K. McTighe. MISSING FROM PHOTO: C. Doherty, M. McGlaughlin, J. Hurley. The winter trackmen ended up the season with a winning 5-4 record; one which Coach Alain Rocher feels was very good considering the tough competition in the league and that most of his runners were underclass- men. This season saw two school records improved upon in the mile and two mile runs and for the first time in any Stoneham boys’ varsity sport, a girl earned varsity points for the team. The team had no serious injuries during the season, a definite factor for its success. With so many under- classmen returning to fill up spots next year, Coach Rocher feels the team can only go up in the standings. 124 The girls’ hoop team finished off the season with an overall 3-8 record but they played much better than their record indicates. Under new coach Sandra Curt, the girls played with a lot of determination and effort out on the floor. The girls started off slowly, but really poured it on during the sec- ond half of the season as their skills increased game by game. More than half of the team will be coming back next year as the girls look for a strong season with experienced players. ROW 1: Co-Capt. T. Fallon, Co-capt. E. Surdam. ROW 2: C. Schweiger, S. Russell, M. E. Powers, S. McNulty, L. Barry. ROW 3: M. A. Morrison, C. Mroz, N. McKee, M. A. Moore, C. Donovan, A. Mahoney, Coach Sandra Curt. MISSING FROM PHOTO: A. Carlson. Coach Carol Noyes led her gym- nasts to a respectable 4-5 record this season. The girls feel that this was an improvement over last season with their good record and the fact that a number of meets were lost by just a few points. Gymnastics is truly a mixture of beauty and poise as well as mental and physical strength. It is truly a team effort and the girls showed a lot of talent as well as unity and a great spirit out on the floor. The girls put a lot of effort into their work this year and with some breaks and their good talent, should do as well, if not better, next season. ROW 1: J. Cataldo, P. Braverman, D. Alongi, Co-capt. P. Drexler, Co-capt. J. Green, D. Hopkins, J. Murphy, J. Germano. ROW 2: Coach Carol Noyes, Mgr. J. Smallcomb, P. Movsesian, B. Valenti, C. Surette, R. Millett, M. Mahoney, G. Bourque, C. Meisner. GYMNASTICS 128 ROW 1: J. Cunning, S. Lawlor, P. Rolli, B. Cammarata. ROW 2: W. Teal, B. Brewster, F. Vallarelli, J. Contestabile, G. Riska, Coach Denis Mulvihill. ROW 3: L. Lombard, D. Geary, W. Donnelley, D. Thayer. WRESTLING This year saw Stoneham add wrestling as the newest addition to the sports program. Stoneham was very fortunate in acquiring a skilled and knowledgeable coach in Dennis Mulvihill to head the new team. Coach Mulvihill was optimistic that his new team could win, but lack of experience and some bad breaks prevented the team from a winning season. The wrestlers showed spirit and a great like for the sport with several players achieving winning records. Coach Mulvihill will have nine underclassmen returning next year, all with a lot of varsity experience as well as some up-and-coming new people from his Junior High program. The prospects look good for next year. Linda Cerratani Mary Mustone Karen Angelosanto Linda Fama, Roseanne Citroni YEARBOOK STAFF FIRST ROW: K. Flynn (sub-editor), J. Romano (sub-editor), SEC- OND ROW: E. Doran, B. Savelo, S. Kehoe, J. Bergonzi, D. Di- Tullio, J. Aruda, D. Hardacker. THIRD ROW: N. Reagen, C. Keefe, J. Austen, S. O ' Neill, J. Green, M. Morrison. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Schrock (advisor), S. DiCiaccio, N. McKee, M. Asci, G. Riska (sub- editor), J. Oram, E. Holmes, S. Fougere, C. Cugini, N. Cunha. YEARBOOK STAFF FRONT: G. Crocker (sub-editor), W. Teal (sub-editor). SECOND ROW: P. Corkum, M. LeBeau, E. Holmes, E. Hodson, J. Green. THIRD ROW: P. Sweetser, R. Card, M. Stone. FOURTH ROW: V. Thompson, I. Valenti, K. O ' Neil, M. Jamieson, J. Nestor. BACK ROW: S. O ' Neill, B. Connolly (sub-editor), P. Lounsbury, D. Coombs, F. Sellars, T. Manning, R. Lang. MISSING: P. Drexler, K. Logan, T. Deyak, S. Berger, D. Thayer. 136 Jane Romano — business editor , Greg Riska — sports editor , Elaine Cunniff — co-editor , Walter Donnelly — co-editor, Gerry Crocker — layout editor, Walter Teal — layout editor, Brian Connolly — business editor, Karen Flynn — senior staff editor. MISSING: Janet Spencer — senior staff editor. YEARBOOK EDITORS SPARTAN SPOKESMAN STAFF ROW 1: K. Harrington, J. Pallota, J. McCallum, E. Hartung. ROW 2: J. Smith, H. Gatti, R. Sullivan, M. Phelan, P. Lounsbury, B. Connolly. ROW 3: D. Thayer, B. Cerretani, T. McVarish, R. Kwiatkowski, S. Covino, A. Stevenson, J. Hunter, L. Holmes. NOT PICTURED: P. Drexler, D. Nagle, N. Gentile, P. Marrocheillo, B. Saltzman, C. Cugini, N. Huntur, Advisor Mrs. McCormack. Advisor, G. Crocker, P. Drexler. u DC w on KNEELING: J. Berry, E. Holmes. FIRST ROW: D. MacEarchen, M. McVarish, J. Shaughnessy, P. Sweetser, Advisor Mr. James Romano, S. Card, T. McVarish, J. Austen, B. Cerretani, K. Harring- ton, S. Covino. SECOND ROW: B. Dechert, A. Stephenson, S. O’Neill, S. Kelly, B. Connolly, I. Valenti. THIRD ROW: J. McCallum, L. Holmes, D. Bird, K. Tolman, S. Fougere, N. Reagan, M. Lawless. FOURTH ROW: J. Hunter, N. O ' Neill, N. Gentile, D. Woods, M. Asci. ROW 1: B. Wood, K. Lee, B. Morash, B. Wesolowski, E. Raftell. ROW 2: J. Bing-You, J. Murphy, J. C ataldo, B. Quigley, J. Rees. ROW 3: D. West, N. McKee, C. Mroz, D. Thayer, J. Brissette, R. Kimball. ROW 4: P. Lounsbury, B. Meegan, P. Vogt, S. Mullins, B. Mayo, E. Holmes, J. Oram, Miss Buckley — Advisor. ROW 5: M. McLaughlin, J. Duggan, W. Donnelly, J. Donohue, C. Doherty, J. Dougherty, R. Lanigan, M. Ward, S. O’Neill, M. McKenna, T. Manning. MISSING FROM PHOTO: M. DeCosta, D. Haradon, B. Hayman, K. Kille, L. Lent, M. McGinn, M. A. Morrison, P. Morrison, G. Rieger, P. Shiner, J. Small, B. Spadafora, B. Sullivan, W. Teal, J. Venocchi, S. Covino, D. Veckovic. 138 FUTURE NURSES CLUB FRONT ROW: Mrs. Pack — Advisor, K. Denehy, M. Thompson, K. Harrington, J. Bohling, I. Annetti. BACK ROW: K. Gilmartin, D. Doherty, B. Burns, M. A. Provost, B. Wilson, A. Russo, C. Donahoe. ifi i: § Fll 1 FUTURE SECRETARIES CLUB STANDING: Miss Garuti, Miss Corum, Advisors. FRONT ROW: P. Sweetser, D. Falzone, D. Pinato, R. DiCarlo, N. Cunha, C. Theroux. BACK ROW M. Lawless, C. Donahoe, J. Aruda, C. Sheehan, S. Fougere. MISSING: L. A. Clark, S. Krivatch, J. Lawless, D. LePage, L. Meagher. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB FIRST ROW: L. Minghella, V. Thompson, J. Austin, J. Romano, N. Regan. SECOND ROW: J. Allain, D. Williams, D. Irvin, A. Wiley, E. Lusas, S. McNulty, M. O ' Brian. THIRD ROW: P. Movsesian, J. DiGuillio, M. Mitchell, C. Mackay, K. Hughes, L. Dube, C. Hillman. !t ' ! i t : _ i ' ■ | J! f J 139 SCIENCE CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Moscaritolo, N. McKee, C. Mroz, M. Morrison, P. Lounsbury — Treas., W. Donnelly — V. Pres., P. Bing-You, W. Teal, J. Austen — Sec., S. O ' Neill — Pres. AUDIO VISUAL CLUB I V m SEATED: V. Gurjian, P. Stevens. STANDING: P. Vogt, T. Manning, Mr. Herrick — Advisor, V. Bain. iMIUllI I N T C E L R U A B C T ft -a , . • ' i 1 1 t - i m t lip . . ■ ■ fit FIRST ROW: B. Wesolowski, B. Morash, E. Gunning, P. Hopkins. SECOND ROW: R. Jackson, D. Pitcher, G. Riska, W. Teal— V. Pres. THIRD ROW: V. Lacroix, D. Mroz, L. Herlihy, K. Tarr — Pres., D. Coombs — Treas., P. Lounsbury, I. Valenti, Mr. Rowell — Advisor. NOT PIC- TURED: C. Hickey, D. Zampell. ON FLOOR: P. Hopkins, C. Hickey. ROW 1: E. Gunning, P. Corkum, M. DiPrisco, D. Hanlon, D. DiTullio, D. Falzone. ROW 2: B. Downing, P. Corkum, S. Kehoe, E. Cunniff, J. Bergonzi, D. Daniels, M. Moore. ROW 3: M. McGinn, E. Ternullo, R. Millett, P. Movsesian, J. Smallcomb, T. Juffre, V. Sorenson, B. Fields, R. Spencer, J. Solazzo. MISSING FROM PHOTO: J. Scalley, K. Angelosanto, C. Theroux, Mr. Martin, Advisor. O H Q FRONT ROW: E. Gunning, E. Pinelli, A. Grometstein, J. Romano, E. Crimmins. SECOND ROW: N. Reagen, D. Hardacker, J. Howard, G. Crocker, S. Buccheri. THIRD ROW: E. Cunniff, J. Dempsey, R. DiMarzo, E. Doran, M. Crosdale, D. Smith, K. Harrington, K. Flynn. FOURTH ROW: J. Cunniff, R. Jackson, G. Doherty, H. Halchak, N. Emerson, R. Card, B. Quigley, C. Surrette, 1. Valenti. FIFTH ROW: R. Lang, V. Bain, E. Bolgen, A. Beaton, J. Pallotta, S. Schnare, D. Richards, A. DiGiovanni, J. Concannon, S. Mullins, L. Haywood, P. Sweetser, N. Mckee, M. Emerson, N. Gentile, L. Holmes, M. Mahoney, D. Williams, J. Niestepski, N. Sample. M. Ottavi, M. McGinn, P. Hopkins, K. Gilmartin, D. Pitcher, D. Thayer, B. Dechert, C. Doherty, B. Walczak, V. Puglisi, J. Olsen, J. Sullivan, J. Dugan, D. Beane, S. Thorley, B. O ' Donnell, M. Muir, J. Herook, C. Mroz, C. Theroux, J. Thorne, J. Shaughnessy. MISSING: S. Avedikian, P. Beaton, P. Behenna, M. McCarthy, D. Dery, R. Donovan, E. Doran, T. Haywood, N. Luther, P. Movsesian, J. Smallcomb, J. Spencer, J. Stekis, J. Thomas. ROW 1: N. Reagan, C. Spencer, P. Sweetser, B. Freeman, I. Valenti, K. Harrington, E. Cunniff, J. Howard, J. Romano, J. Cunniff. ROW 2: B. Junker, P. Thomas, M. Mahoney, L. Holmes, J. Thorne, G. Crocker, J. Austin, S. Dawson, A. Beaton, D. Richards, C. Surrette. ROW 3: J. Niestepski, K. English, M. Asci, B. Wesolowski, B. Morash, N. McKee, C. Mroz, C. Theroux, J. Shaughnessy. NOT PICTURED: S. Avedikian, S. Krivatch, M. Lawless, K. Maguire, D. Shattuck, D. Valenti, J. Vargas. s C p H A O R R T A A L N E pq O I 5 OJWW U J p PQ FIRST ROW: R. DiMarzi (bass), B. Dechert (piano), V. Puglisi (guitar). SECOND ROW: D. Thayer, G. Doherty, D. Pitcher, B. Jackson, B. Quigley, J. Sullivan, N. Emerson, S. Thorley, J. Olsen. THIRD ROW: D. Lang, E. Bolgen, J. Concannon, S. Konopacka, D. Beane, S. Cooper, B. Parsons. MISSING: P. Shiner, W. Sudano. M A S D I R N I G G E A R L S S J. Shaughnessy, J. Felton, B. Dechert, Patty Thomas, J. Thorne, Pamela Thomas. MISSING: D. Shattuck, C. Davis. 144 H w x n O O bd ON PIANO: S. Bean, Advisor Tony Hyde. FRONT ROW: D. Nickerson, B. Wesolowski. S. Norton, J. Hinchey, J. Thorne, J. Shaughnessy, V. LaCroix. SECOND ROW: T. Brown, B. Hiltz, V. Bain, D. LeCroix, C. Bianchi. THIRD ROW: R. Melkonian, D. Pitcher, V. Puglisi, J. Rojak, P. DiFronzo, D. Coombs, R. DiMambro, E. Bolgen. MISSING: G. Caton, D. Wells, E. Cunniff, A. Beaton, G. Crocker, J. Smith. ROW 1: M. DiMare, M. York, V. Lacroix, S. Beane, S. Murray, B. Yee. P. Pisaturo. ROW 2: Mr. Alaura — Advisor, A. Myserian, D. Lacroix, R. Melkonian, J. Hinchey, F. Klucken, E. Bolgen, D. Pitcher, R. DiMambro. ROW 3: V. Bain, J. Shaughnessy, S. Bianchi, B. Wesolowski, S. Norton, J. Rojak. NOT PICTURED: V. Athanas, G. Catoon, K. Wiren, M. Ciro. 145 G. Riska, J. Dugan, C. Doherty. NOT PICTURED: M. Zaitchik, A. Stephenson. J. Austin, P. Corkum, I. Valenti, NOT PICTURED: J. Spencer. BOYS’ STATE GIRLS’ ST ATE REPRESENTATIVES Walter Donnelly HZwgZfowcoO ALL-DISTRICT CHORUS P. Piasturo, F. Klucken, R. DiMambro. GREATER BOSTON YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA F. Klucken, P. Pisaturo, R. DiMambro, J. Dempsey, D. Pitcher, B. Morash, B. Dechert. CHORALETTES SITTING: A. Russo, D. Cloutier, J. Dempsey, D. Hopkins, B. Viera. ROW 1: Y. Georgette, M. Muir, D. MacEachern, M. McVarish, K. Tolman, M. McPhee, J. Uccello, L. Minghella, J. Allain. MISSING FROM PHOTO: S. LeFave, L. Snyder. FRONT ROW: G. Riska, A. Beaton, G. Crocker, D. Whitcomb, J. Romano. SECOND ROW: M. Asci, S. McNulty, R. Sullivan, J. Oram, T. McVarish, M. Stone. THIRD ROW: M. Mahoney, T. Haywood, A. Stephenson, W. Donnelly, S. O’Neill, J. Austin, I. Valenti. MISSING FROM PHOTO: J. Spencer, E. Doran, D. Dowling. Tri-captains; Carmen Angi, Donna Delllsola, Kathy Salvo. PEP SQUAD 148 SEATED: Mr. Michael Kennedy — Advisor, J. Scalley — Sec., K. Flynn — Social Chairman, Mrs. Leamon — Advisor. STANDING: B. Bambery — Pres., B. Cer- retani — Social Choirman, S. Kelly— V. Pres., A. Stephenson — Treas. SENIORS SITTING: J. DiGiullio— Treas. KNEELING: M. McGinn— Pres., M. Ottavi — Sec. STANDING: P. Hopkins — Social Chairman, T. Juffre — Social Chairman. NOT PICTURED: M. Howe — V. Pres. FRONT ROW: A. Russo — Sec., J. Dempsey, D. Miasserian — Social Chairman. STANDING: M. Phelan — Treas., R. DiMarzo - — Pres., S. Santosuosso — V. Pres. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW 1: R. Card — Treas., G. Riska — Pres., J. Austin — Sec., B. Connolly — V. Pres., C. Whitcomb, I. Valenti, S. Klane, K. Russell, M. Stone, E. Hodson, G. Crocker, J. Green, J. Romano, M. Asci, T. McVarish. ROW 2: D. Valente, A. Beaton, T. Fallon, M. Mahoney, J. Jesperson, S. McNulty, E. Doran, P. Corkum, T. Haywood. ROW 3: C. Cugini, W. Donnelly, J. Spencer, S. O ' Neill, W. Teal, D. Coombs, D. Dowling, A. Stephenson, C. Coffin, R. Kwiatkowski, J. Oram, R. Sullivan, M. Zaitchik. MISSING FROM PHOTO: C. Doherty. FIRST ROW: P. Corkum — -Pres., 1. Valenti — Pres., R Sullivan — Treas., E. Cunniff — Sec. SECOND ROW: K Dermady, B. Junker, E. Gunning, M. Kirk. THIRD ROW S. Mullins, R. DiMarzo, R. Kwiatkowski. FOURTH ROW M. Gordon, L. Haywood, M. McVarish. FIFTH ROW: K Tolman, M. McGinn, S. Covino, W. Bambery. MISSING P. Beaton, G. Paldino, P. Sasso, C. Stokes, F. Vallarelli 1. Venocchi, P. Scully — Advisor. o 2 Charlie Reader Poppy Matson Joe McCall Jessica Collins Sylvia Crewes Julie Gillis Earl Lindquist Sol Schwartz Zhe Zen Cast of Faculty Director 152 Characters Bruce Dechert Irene Valenti Brian Connolly Carole Surette Pamela Drexler Thomas McV arish Samuel Covino Robert S. Silverman ATTENDANTS: B. Savelo, E. Surdam, J. Austin, P. Corkum, K. O ' Neill, Page R. Regan, Queen S. Willett, King D. Wilk, Page L. Szymanski, T. Consetva, B. Adams, M. Kirk, J. Scalley, K. Angelosanto. Master of Ceremonies: Doug Thayer. Queen Sara Willett, King Dennis Wilk. USHERETTES: D. Hardacker, D. Devereaux, Head Usher E. Cunniff, C. Donahoe. SECOND ROW: R. Trovato, J. Nestor, K. Logan, M. Jamieson, D. Daniels. CARNIVAL BALL THE WARREN KAY VANTINE STUDIO, INC. SERVING WITH PLEASURE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1973 66 1 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON. 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Schrock 176 DIRECTORY DOMINIC ABRAMO BETTE ADAMS, Future secretaries’ club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Field hockey 2,3; Student council 2; Class officers 3; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Booster club drive 2,3,4; Pep squad 2,3- JEAN AGUSTONI, Future teachers’ club 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,4; Homecoming committee 4; Explorers. LEE ALESSANDRINI DAVID ALGIERS, Yearbook 4. ELIZABETH ALVES, Future secretaries’ dub 3; Gymnastics club 2; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Booster club 2,3,4. KAREN ALVES KAREN ANGELOSANTO, Majorettes 3, lieut. 4; Student council 2; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic sqaud 3,4; Graduation usher 4; Booster club 2,3,4. SUSAN ARSENEAULT, Cheerleaders 3,4; Yearbook 4; Softball 2,3, 4; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom 3; Drama club 2. JOANNE ARUDA, Future secretaries’ club 2,3,4; Girls’ glee club 4; Tennis 2,3,4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Co-ed volleyball 3,4; Senior play committee 4; Booster club 2,3,4. MAUREEN ASCI, Girls’ ensemble 4; National honor society 3,4; Yearbook 4; Softball 2; Varsity scholar 2; Senior class play 4; Home- coming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Drama club 4; Student gym leader 4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3- MARY ELLEN ASGEIRSSON JANET AUSTIN, Film club 3; Future teachers’ club 4; Girls’ en- semble 4; Majorettes 3,4; National honor society 3,4; Yearbook 4; Field hockey 2; Varsity scholar 2,3; Pep squad 2; Girls’ state 3; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 2,3,4. SIDNEY BALESTRIER WILLIAM BAMBERY, Chess club 2; Football 2,3,4; Winter track 2; Spring track 3; Student council 2,4; Class officer 2,3,4; Home- coming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom com- mittee 3; Senior prom committee 4; Graduation usher 3; Co-ed volleyball 3,4; Gym leader 4. WILLIAM BEAGEN ARLEEN BEATON DEBBIE BEEKMAN, Future nurses’ club 3; Yearbook 4; Senior tea 3; Junior prom committee 3; Twirp twirl committee 2. FRANK BELCHER, Chess Club 2,3,4; Film club 3; Math team 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Junior prom committee 3; Co-ed volleyball 3,4; Weightlifting 3; Booster club 2,3,4. KATHLEEN BENNETT STEPHEN BENSON, Madrigal singers 3; Spartan chorale 3; Football 2 . SUSAN BERGER, Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming com- mittee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Booster club drive 2,3,4. JANET BERGONZI, French club 2,3; Future secretaries’ club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad 3,4; Booster club drive 2,3,4; Gym leader 4. MICHAEL BERQUIST, Spring track 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2; Graduation usher 3; Co-ed volleyball 3,4; Booster club drive. JOHN BERRY, Chess club 3; Hockey 2,3; Baseball 4; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Gym leader 4. JEANNE BOHLING, Future nurses’ club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 4. ERIC BOLGEN, Band 4; Boys’ glee club 4; Madrigal singers 3; Spartan chorale 4; Latin club 2,3,4; Orchestra 4. DONNA BORIS, Drama club 2,3; Deca 3,4. NANCY BORRELLI, Creative writing club 4; Yearbook 4; Student council 2. RAYMOND BOURKE SUSAN BRADFORD, Office aide 3, 4;. Computer room 3,4. NORMAJEAN BRENNAN, Yearbook 4, Deca 4. HOWARD BRIDGES, Math team 3; Basketball 2,3,4; Gym leader 3,4. JAMES BRISSETTE, Chess club 3,4; Soccer 2,3; Cross-country 4; Winter track 3,4; Basketball 2; Tennis 3,4; Yearbook 4. TERRANCE BROWN JEAN BRYCE, French dub 2; Future secretaries’ club 3; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4. JAMES BURDEN, Basebal l 2. JOHN BURR, Hockey 2. MICHAEL CALI PAUL CAMMARATA ANTHONY CAPRIO ROSA CARD, Spartan chorale 3,4; National honor society 4; Year- book 4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Drama club 4; Gym leader 3,4. SHARON CARD, Yearbook 4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Drama festival 3,4; Spring festival 3,4; Carnival ball 3,4. DIANE CARLINO, Future secretaries’ club 2; Office aide 3; Work study 3,4. MATTHEW CASCIO PETER CATALANO, Chess club 2,3,4; Math team 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. DONNA CAVERLY BRUCE CERRETANI DOREEN CHIPMAN JOANNE CIAMPI MARCIA CIRO STEPHEN CIROLI, Chess club 2; Soccer 2,3; Tennis 2,3,4; Class officer 2; Homecoming committee 4; Senior patrol; Co-ed volleyball; Intramural gym hockey. LUANN CLARK, Future secretaries’ club 3,4; Pep squad 2,3; Office aide 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Homeroom representative 4. CHERYL COFFIN, Future nurses’ club 4; National honor society 3,4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Booster club drive 2,3,4. BRENDA CONLEY BRIAN CONNOLLY, Newspaper 3,4; Tennis 4; Yearbook 4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Drama club 3,4. MARY CONNOLLY, Future secretaries’ club 2,4; Office aide 3,4; Drama club 2,3- TERI ANN CONSERVA, Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Booster dub drive 2,3,4; Graduation usher 3. DAVID COOMBS, Band 2,3,4; Interact 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Year- book 4; Varsity scholar 2. PATRICIA A. CORKUM, Cheerleaders 3,4; Creative writing club 3,4; Film club 3; French dub 2,3; Literary magazine 3,4; Yearbook 4; Field hockey 2; Softball 2; Gymnastics 2,3; Student council 2,3,4; Pep squad 2; Girls’ state 3; Senior class play 4; Homecoming com- mittee 4; Senior tea 3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom com- mittee 3; Guidance aide 4; Youth advisory council. PATRICIA CORKUM, Field hockey 2,3,4; Softball 2; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad 4; Home room representative 4; Booster club 2,3,4. SAMUEL COVINO, Chess club 4; Newspaper 3,4; Soccer 2,3; Year- book 4; Student council 4; Senior class play 4; Student representative to school committee 3,4; Drama club 2,3,4. ELLEN CRIMMINS, Spartan chorale 4; Girls’ glee club 3- GERALDINE CROCKER, Band 4; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 2,3,4; National honor society 3,4; Yearbook (sub-editor) 4; Varsity scholar 2,3; All-district chorus 3- SUZANNE CROWLEY, Council group 2,3,4. CATHY CUGINI NANETTE CUNHA, Future secretaries’ club 4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Mixed chorus 2,3- ELAINE CUNNIFF, Band 4; Choralettes 2; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Math team 3; Yearbook (co-editor) 4; Student council 4; Class officer 3; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; All-district chorus 2;Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad 3,4; Homeroom representative 2,3; Booster club drive 2,3,4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Drama club 2, Graduation usher 3. KEVIN CUNNINGHAM DONNA CUSHMAN, Office aide 3,4; Workstudy. JOHN DAIGLE, Football 2,3; Class officer 3; Junior prom com- mittee 3. 179 DEBRA DANIELS, Cheerleaders 3; Yearbook 4; Homecoming com- mittee 4; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad 4; Booster dub 2,3,4. ELAINE D ANNOLFO, Cheerleaders 3; Yearbook 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl com- mittee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Co-ed volleyball. BONNIE DAVIDSON, Future secretaries’ club 2; Pep squad 2,3,4; Office aide 3,4; Computer room. JOHN DAY, Chess club 2; Math team 2,3; Baseball 2. WILLIAM DEANGELIS PATRICIA DEARTH, Majorettes 3,4; Pep squad 2; Twirp twirl committee 2; Homeroom representative 2,3,4; Senior class play 4; Drama club 2; Advisory committee to the school committee 3,4. BRUCE DECHERT, Boys’ glee club 3,4; Madrigal singers 2,3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Senior class play 4; All-district chorus 2,3,4; Drama club 2,3,4. NANCY DELROSSI ANN MARIE DELTERGO, Yearbook 4; Softball 3; Pep squad 2,3,4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2; Junior prom committee 3. JOHN DEMPSEY ROBERT DENEHY TONI DENIETOLIS, Creative writing club 3; Literary magazine 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad. JOANNE DENNIS, Field hockey 2. DOUGLAS DETTINGER DIANE DEVEREAUX, Future secretaries’ club 3; Yearbook 4; Gym- nastics 2,3; Student council 3; Pep squad 2,3,4; Senior tea 3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Gym leader 4. THOMAS DEYAK, Interact 2; Cross-country 2,3,4; Winter track 2,3,4; Spring track 3; Tennis 4; Yearbook 4; Gym leader 3,4; Senior patrol 4. ROSANNE DlCARLO, Newspaper 2; Encounter group 4; Pep squad 2,3; Office aide 3,4. STEPHEN DICIACCIO, Yearbook 4; Senior class play 4; Home- coming committee 4. DEBORAH DILLON, Majorettes 3, Lieut. 4; Gymnastics 2; Home- coming committee 4; Gym leader 4. MARIANNE DIMARE MARY DlPRISCO, Cheerleaders 3,4; Softball 2; Class officer 2; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad 2,3,4. DEBORAH DlTULLIO, Cheerleaders 3,4; French club 3; Field hockey 2; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 3; Traffic squad 2,3,4; Artfest 2,3 ' , Booster club, PTL drive. ROBERT DIXON DEBBIE DOANE CHARLES DOHERTY, Chess club 2,3,4; Creative writing club 4; Film club 3; Spartan chorale 2,4; Math te am 3; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Boys’ state 3; Homecoming committee 4; Senior patrol 4; Intramural weightlifting 2,3,4; Minstrel show 3,4; Carnival ball 2,4. CORRINE DOHERTY, Future secretaries ' club 3; Yearbook 4. CLARE DONAHOE, Future secretaries’ dub 3,4; Girls’ glee club 2; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3; Office aide 4. JOSEPH DONAHUE, Football 4; Basketball 2,3,4. PETER DONNELLY WALTER DONNELLY, Chess club 3,4; Math team 3; National honor society 3,4; Football 2,3; Wrestling 4; Tennis 4 ;Yearbook 4; Varsity scholar 2,3,4. ELIZABETH DORAN, French club 2; Future nurses’ club 3,4; Spartan chorale 4; Majorettes 3,4; National honor society 3,4; Yearbook 4; Tennis 2,3,4; Varsity scholar 2,3,4; Pep squad 2,3; Homecoming committee 4. GAIL DOUCETTE, Girls ' glee club 2; Pep squad 2,3; Office aide 4. JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2. DENISE DOWLING, Film club 3; French dub 2; Future teachers’ dub 2; Majorettes 4; National honor society 3; Yearbook 4; Tennis 2,3,4; Varsity scholar 3; Pep squad 2,3; Senior class play 4; Senior tea 3- PAMELA DREXLER, Cheerleaders 3; Creative writing club 3,4; Film club 3; French club 2; Girls’ ensemble 3; Spartan chorale 2; Literary magazine 3,4; Newspaper 4; Yearbook 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4; Pep squad 2; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Drama dub 2,3,4; Spring play 3,4; Drama festival 2,3,4. DENNIS DRISCOLL, Math team 3; Winter track 3; Spring track 2; Golf 3; Varsity scholar 2. WILLIAM DRISCOLL MARGARET DUFFY, Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3- JOHN DUGAN, Chess club 4; Film club 3; Spartan chorale 4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Boys’ state 3; Intramural weightlifting 2,3,4; Minstrel show 3,4; Carnival ball 4. MARY JANE DUONOLO, Newspaper 2; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3,4 ; Twirp twirl com- mittee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Senior prom committee 4. NATHAN EMERSON, Boys ' glee dub 3,4; Chess club 3; Madrigal singers 3; Spartan chorale 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Winter track 2,4; Spring track 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4. JAYNE ENELLA MARK EVANS, Chess club 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Gym leader 3,4. LINDA FALLICA, Encounter group 3,4. THERESA FALLON, Yearbook 4; Field hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Co-ed volleyball 3,4; Gym leader 3,4; Carnival ball 4. DENISE FALZONE, Creative writing club 3; Future secretaries’ 2,3, 4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad 3,4; Booster club drive 3,4. THOMAS FENNELL MARY FINNEGAN, Future secretaries’ club 2,3,4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3. DEBORA FIORE, Cheerleaders 3,4; Yearbook 4; Basketball 2,3; Softball 2,3,4; Pep squad 2; Senior class play 4; Homecoming com- mittee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2,3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Booster club drive 2,3,4. RICHARD FLORINO KAREN FLYNN, Film club 3; Spartan chorale 4; Yearbook 4; Class officers 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming com- mittee 4;’ Senior tea 3; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Senior prom committee 4; Co-ed volley- ball 2,3,4; Student exchange 4; Homeroom representative 2,3,4; Booster club drive 2,3,4. DIANE FONTANA TIMOTHY FORREST SUSAN FOUGERE, Future secretaries ' club 4; Girls’ ensemble 3; Yearbook 4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 3,4; Library aide 2,3,4. JOSEPH GAFFNEY HERBERT GATTI, Creative writing club 4; Newspaper 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4. RICHARD GEORGETTE, Chess club 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Winter track 2,3; Homecoming committee 4; Senior patrol. GEORGINA GIBBONS EDWARD GILL KATHLEEN GILMARTIN, Choralettes 2; Future nurses’ club 4; Girls’ ensemble 3; Spartan chorale 4; Girls’ glee club 2; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3. DEBRA GISONE, Twirp twirl committee 2; Traffic squad. IRENE GOULD JOAN GREEN, Cheerleaders 3; Girls’ ensemble 3; Yearbook 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Gym leader 3; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4. KAREN GREENQUIST, Girls’ glee club 2; Pep squad 3,4; Office aide 3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Drama club 2,3,4. JEAN GUSSMAN, Future secretaries’ dub 2,3; Girls’ glee club 2; Pep squad 3,4; Office aide 2,3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 2,3,4. CONSTANCE HAGGERTY, Future secretaries’ club 3,4; Creative writing club 3; Pep squad 2,3; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Tutor 4. LAURA HAGINS. JOHN HALCHAK DIANE HANLON, Yearbook 4; Field hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Softball 2; Pep Squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom com- mittee 3; Traffic squad; Booster dug drive; P.T.L. aide. 180 DAWN HARDACKER, Future teachers’ club 3,4; Spartan chorale 4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Graduation usher. KATHLEEN HARRINGTON, Choralettes 2; Madrigal singers 3; Future nurses’ club 3,4; Future teachers’ club 2; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Newspaper 2,4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Spring play 3,4; Drama club 2,3,4; Carnival ball 2,3. JOSEPH HARRISON BRIAN HASLAM, Hockey 3,4. THOMAS HAYWOOD, Chess club 2,3; Spartan chorale 3,4; Na- tional honor society 3,4; Basketball 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Varsity scholar 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Senior patrol 4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Intramural hockey 2,3,4; Weight- lifting 2,3,4. LEO HERLIHY, Interact 4; Gym leader 4. JOHANNA HERCOOK, Choralettes 2; Spartan chorale 3,4; News- paper 2; Girls’ glee club 3. CATHY HILLMAN, Future teachers’ club 3,4; Girls’ glee club 2; Pep squad 2,3,4; Senior class play 4; Senior tea 3- ELAINE HODSON, French club 2; Newspaper 4; Yearbook 4; Basketball 2; Softball 3,4; Senior Class play 4; Homecoming com- mittee 4; Co-ed volleyball 3,4; Gym leader 4. EDWARD HOLMES, Chess club 4; Film club 3; Interact 4; Math team 3; Newspaper 3; Science club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 3; Carnival ball. RONALD HOPKINS, Chess club 2; Football 2,3; Winter track 2,3,4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Intramural soccer 3; Intramural gym hockey 2,3,4; Intramural weightlifting 2,3; Gym leader 3,4; Senior patrol 4. ELLEN HOSIER ROBERT HOUGHTON, Chess club 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Winter track 2; Baseball 2. WILLIAM HURCOMBE JANET HYNES LINDA HYNES SAMIR JABER CHRISTINE JACKSON, Future secretaries’ club 3; Pep squad 3- ROBERT JACKSON, Boys’ glee club 2,4; Film club 3; Spartan choral 3,4; Interact 2,3,4; Latin club 4; Newspaper 4; Carnival ball 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. MARY JAMIESON, Cheerleaders 3,4; Newspaper 2; Yearbook 4; Field hockey 2; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3- JANICE JESPERSON, Future teachers’ club 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 3; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Gym leader 4. KATHLEEN JONES, Computer room 2,3,4. JOHN JOYCE CLARE KEEFE, Future teachers’ club 3,4; Girls’ glee club 4; Year- book 4; Pep Squad 2,3,4; Senior class play 4. SUSAN KEHOE, Girls’ glee club 2,3; Yearbook 4; Student council 3; Pep squad 2,3; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2; Twirp twirl com- mittee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Traffic squad. CHRISTINE KELLY STEPHEN KELLY, Interact 3; Soccer 2,3,4; Golf 3; Class officer 4; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Graduation usher. LORRAINE KESSLER MARGARET KIRK, Future secretaries’ club 3; Basketball 2,3,4; Student council 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Traffic squad; Home- room representative 2,4; Booster club 2,4; P.T.L. aide; Graduation marshall. SUSAN KLANE, Literary magazine 4; National honor society 4. SHARON KRIVATCH, Future secretaries’ club 4; Girls’ ensemble 4; Senior class play 4; Drama club 4. ROBERT KWIATKOWSKI, Newspaper 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Student council 4; Junior prom committee 3; Graduation usher 3. JOAN LACROIX JACK LAMATTINA ROBERT LANG, Film club 3; Boy’s glee club 4; Spartan chorale 2,4; Interact 3; Latin club 2,3; Yearbook 4; Carnival ball 1,2, 3, 4. RICHARD LANIGAN DENISE LARACY, Yearbook 4; Softball 2,3,4; Pep squad 4; Home- coming committee 4. MARY ANN LAURETTI DAN LAWLESS JEAN LAWLESS, Field hockey 3; Softball 2,3; Twirp twirl com- mittee 2; Drama club 2. MARY LAWLESS, Future secretaries’ club 4; Future teachers’ club 2,3; Yearbook 4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3. MICHELE LkBEAU, Yearbook 4. WILLIAM LECCESE RICHARD LEE denise lepage JOHN LESPASIO, Cross-country 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 3. CARL LoCONTE KATHY LOGAN, Chess club 2; Future nurses’ club 2; Girls’ glee club 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3; Junior prom committee 3. PAUL LOUNSBURY, Chess club 2,4; Interact 2,3,4; Math team 3,4; Newspaper 4; Science club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Senior class play 4. ELLEN LUSAS, Future nurses’ club 3,4; Girls’ glee club 3; Yearbook 4; Softball 2; Pep squad 2,3; Senior class play 4; Senior tea 3- SUSAN LUTI, Senior tea 3. MARILYN MACDONALD, Office aide 3,4; Work study 3,4. WAYNE MacHENRY, Interact 2; Football 2,3; Hockey 2,3,4; Baseball 2; Twirp twirl committee 2; Presidential Physical Fitness 4. ANN MacSWEENEY, Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Pals’ club 2. KATHLEEN MAGUIRE, Future nurses’ club 2,3,4; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 4; Girls’ glee club 3; Pep Club 3,4; Carnival ball 3,4; Spring concert 3,4. MARCIA MAHAN, Basketball 2. BARBARA MAHONEY, Future teachers’ club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Library aide 4; Homecoming committee 4. JOHN MAHONEY MARY MAHONEY, Senior tea 3. MAUREEN MAHONEY, Choralettes 2; Madrigal singers 3; Future teachers’ club 2; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Girls’ glee club 2; Spring concert 2,3,4; Carnival ball 3,4. LINDA MANDEVILLE, Distributive education club 4. THOMAS MANNING, Chess club 4; Science club 3; Yearbook 4; A.V. Staff 3,4. JOHN MARGARITA, Chess club 2,3,4; Interact 2; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Math team 2. PETER MARROCHELLO DANIEL MARSHALL, Chess club 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4. RITA MARSHALL, Future secretaries’ club 2,3; Computer room; Office aide 3,4. DONNA MARZINO, Office aide 2,3,4; Girls’ glee club 3. RONALD MAZZOTTA, Soccer 2,3,4. JEAN MCCARTHY, Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Senior tea . karen McCarthy ELEANOR McCLUSKEY, Future teachers’ club 3; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Homeroom representative 4; Guidance aide 2,4. CAROL McGRATH, Future secretaries’ club 3; Gymnastics 2; Home- room representative 2,3; Office aide 2,3. NANCY MCKEE MICHAEL McKENNA PHILIPH MCLAUGHLIN, Chess club 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2,3,4. KENNETH McLELLAN SUSAN McNULTY, French club 2; Future teachers’ club 4; National honor society 4; Field hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 4; Softball 2,3,4; Varsity scholar 2,3; Pep Squad 2,3,4; Booster club drive 2,3,4; Gym leader 4; Co-ed volleyball 3,4. THOMAS McVARISH, Latin club 2; National honor society 4; Newspaper 4; Varsity scholar 2,3; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 2,3,4. LESLIE MEAGHER RITA MEUSE SANDRA MILLER, Basketball 2; Pep squad 2; Homecoming com- mittee 4; Office aide 3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2. JOHN MITCHELL FREDERICK MORIN WILLIAM MORLEY, Football 2; Basketball 3,4. MARYANN MORRISON PAUL MORRISON, Chess club 2,3,4; Creative writing club 2; Math team 3; Science club 3; Varsity scholar 2. BARBARA MORTON, Future teachers’ club 4; Pep squad 2,3. 181 PAUL MUELLER ANTHONY MUNAFO EDWARD MURPHY ANNE MYSERIAN, French club 2; Orchestra 2,3.4. JOSEPHINE NESTOR, Cheerleaders 4; Gymnastics 3,4; Yearbook 4; Newspaper 2; Pep squad 2,3; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3. MICHAEL NEWCOMB STEPHEN NICHOLS, Hockey 2,3; Wrestling 4; Gym leader 3,4. JOANNE NIESTEPSKI, Choralettes 2; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Literary magazine 4; Girls ' glee club 2; Homecoming committee 4; Spring concert 2,3,4; Carnival ball 3,4. MARY O’BRIEN, Future teachers’ club 4; Softball 2,3,4. BRIAN O ' DONNELL, Film club 3; Spartan chorale 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Outward bound; Carnival ball 2,3,4. PAT O ' DONNELL JAMES OLSEN DANIEL O ' MELIA, Football 2. KAREN O ' MELIA, Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 3,4. KATHLEEN O ' NEIL, Cheerleaders 3; Newspaper 2; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,4; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Homeroom representative 4; Gym leader 4. DANIEL O ' NEILL, Chess club 2. STEVEN O’NEILL, Chess dub 3,4; Film club 3; National honor society 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Varsity scholar 2,3,4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 3, 4. JACK ORAM, Chess club 3,4; National honor society 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Varsity scholar 2,3,4; Outward bound 4; Rathyon explorer club 3,4. THOMAS O ' TOOLE, Chess club 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4. DANIEL PALERMO, Chess club 3; Spring track 2,3. VIRGINIA PALERMO KENNETH PALUMBO, Basketball 2,3,4. THOMAS PALUMBO, Boys’ glee club 2,4. JANICE PARKER CARLOS PEREZ DEBERA PINATO, Future secretaries ' club 3,4; Majorettes 4; Basket- ball 2; Pep sqaud 2,3; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3- PAUL PIZZANO, Football 2. RAYMOND POWERS, Football 2,3; Baseball 2,3,4. VINCENT PUGLISI, Band 4. KENNETH PURINGTON ROBERT QUIQLEY, Boys ' glee club 2,4; Chess dub 2,3,4; Madrigal singers 3; Spartan chorale 2,3,4; Football 2,3; Spring track 2,3,4. NANCY REAGAN, Choralettes 2; Future teachers’ club 2,3,4; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Majorettes 3,4; Girls ' glee club 2; Yearbook 4; Tennis 2,3,4; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 2; Drama club 3,4; Gym leader 3,4; Carnival ball 3,4; Spring concert 3,4. DEBRA REINOLD, Future secretaries’ club 2,3,4; Girls’ glee club 2,3; Field hockey 2; Pep squad 2,3,4; Office aide 4; Junior prom committee 3- JOHN REINOLD, Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Intramural soccer 3,4. JEANNETTE RELLO DENISE RICHARD JANE RICHMOND, Pep squad 2,3,4; Senior class play 4; Senior tea 3. GREGORY RISKA, Interact 2,3,4; National honor society 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Golf 4; Wrestling 4; Yearbook 4; Varsity scholar 3,4; Student council 3; Boys’ state 3. DANIEL RIVERA CHARLES ROCKWOOD, Student Council 3. STEVEN ROLLI, Chess club 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4. JANE ROMANO, Choralettes 2; French club 2; Future teachers ' club 2,3,4; Girls ' ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Girls’ glee dub 2,3,4; Yearbook (sub-editor) 4; Varsity scholar 2,3; Pep squad 2,3,4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 3; Tutor 2. DEBRA ROWE, Office aide 3; P.T.B. 2,3,4. STEVEN RUBNER JOHN RUSSELL, Soccer 2,3; Hockey 2,3,4. KATHLEEN RUSSELL, French club 2; Pep squad 3; Senior class play 4; National honor society 4. BONNIE RUSSO, Latin Club 2. WALTER SACCO, Soccer 3,4; Basketball 2; Homecoming committee 4; Senior patrol; Intramural soccer; Co-ed volleyball; Graduation marshall 3. MARTHA SALONEN, Field hockey 2,3,4; Softball 2. ROBERT SALTZMAN, Cross-country 3,4; Winter track 3,4; Spring track 3,4; Senior patrol; Intramural hockey 2,3- BARBARA SAVELO, Majorettes 3, Capt. 4; Yearbook 4; Basketball 2,3; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Junior prom committee 3; Gym leader 3,4; Co-ed volleyball 3,4; P.T.L. drive 3,4; Graduation usher 3- JULIE SCALLEY, Cheerleaders 3, co-capt. 4; Class officer 2,4; Pep squad 2; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Office aide 4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; P.T.L. drive 3,4; Co-ed volleyball 2, 3; Graduation usher 3; Artfest; Traffic 3,4. THERESA SCULLIN, Future nurses’ dub 3; Basketball 2; Pep squad 2. FREDERICK SELLARS, Yearbook 4; Gym leader. ELLEN SEREDA DEBRA SHATTUCK JOYCE SHAUGHNESSY, Band 4; Choralettes 2; Madrigal singers 4; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Girls’ glee club 2,3,4; Pep squad 3; Senior class play 4; Greater Bostonians 4; All-district chorus 4; Twirp twirl committee 2. CAROL SHEEHAN, Yearbook 4; Varsity scholar 3; Pep squad 4. DEBORAH SHEETS, Choralettes 2; Spartan chorale 3. SUSAN SHELDON, Future secretaries’ club 2,3; Yearbook 4; Basket- ball 2,3; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3. ROBERT SIR1GNANO GEORGE SMITH, Soccer 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Homecoming com- mittee 4. JEFFREY SMITH KEVIN SMITH, Hockey 3; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Homeroom representative 2,3. HERBERT SPECK JANET SPENCER, Film dub 3; French club 2; Future teachers’ club 3,4; Girls’ ensemble 3; Spartan chorale 4; National honor society 3,4; Yearbook 4; Tennis 2,3; Varsity scholar 2; Pep squad 2,3,4; Girls’ state 3; Senior tea 3; Office aide 4; Booster club drive 2,3,4; Gym leader 4; Pals’ club 3- IRENE ST. AMAND, P.T.B. 2,3,4. PATRICIA ST. GEORGE, French dub 2; Yearbook 4; Field hockey 2,3; Pep squad 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Office aide 2,3,4; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3. ARTHUR STEPHENSON, National honor society 4; Newspaper 4; Varsity scholar 2,3,4; Student council 3; Class officer 3,4; Drama club 4; Graduation usher 3- GERALD STEVENSON, Cross-country 2,3,4; Winter track 2,3,4; Spring track 2,3,4; Gym leader 4. GEORGE STIMPSON DANIEL STONE DAVID STONE MARTHA STONE, Film dub 3; French dub 2; National honor so- ciety 3,4; Yearbook 4; Varsity scholar 2,3; Pep club 2,3; Co-ed volleyball 3; Graduation usher 3; Pals’ club 2,3,4; Drama club 3,4; Elementary substituting 4. DAVID SULLIVAN, Spring track 2. JOHN SULLIVAN, Boys ' glee club 2,3,4; Chess club 2,3; Spartan chorale 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Weightlifting 2,3,4. ROBERT SULLIVAN, Chess club 2,3,4; National honor society 3,4; Newspaper 3, editor 4; Golf 2,3,4; Varsity scholar 2,3,4; Student council 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 3,4; Graduation usher 3- ELLEN SURDAM, Future teachers’ club 4; Majorettes 4; Field hockey 3; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3- CAROL SURETTE ROBERT SWEENEY MICHAEL SWEET, Football 2,3,4; Hockey 2; Mixed chorus 2; Weightlifting 2. 182 PAMELA SWEF.TSER, Choralettes 2; Future secretaries’ club 3,4; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; Yearbook 4; Pep squat! 3; Senior class play 4; Guidance aide 2,4. MICHAEL SZLOCH, Chess club 2,3; Soccer 2,3, Capt. 4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Gym leader 3; Intramural soccer 3; Homecoming committee 4; Twirp twirl committee 2. CARL TAGLIAMONTE, Football 2; Winter track 2; Spring track 2; Gym leader 3,4; Intramural soccer 3,4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4. JOHN TAMBURRINI, Hockey 2,3,4; Varsity scholar 3- KENNETH TARR, Interact 2,3,4; Soccer 3; Basketball 2; Yearbook 4. WALTER TEAL, Chess club 4; Creative writing club 4; Interact 2,3,4; Literary magazine 4; National honor society 4; Yearbook 4; Wrestling 4. DOUGLAS THAYER, Chess club 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; News- paper 4; Football 2,3,4; Spring track 3; Homeroom representative 4; Wrestling 4. CHERYL THEROUX, Choralettes 2; Madrigal singers 3; Future secretaries’ club 3,4; Girls ' ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 3,4; News- paper 2; Girls’ glee club 2; Pep squad 2; Gym leader 4. ROSEMARY THOMAS, Workstudy 3,4. CHARLES THOMPSON VIRGINIA THOMPSON, Future teachers’ club 4; Newspaper 2; Yearbook 4; Pep squad 2,3,4; Pals’ club 3,4. STEPHEN THORLEY SYLVIE THORY, Future secretaries ' club 4; Newspaper 4; Tennis 4. JOSEPH TITCOMB, Chess club 3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4; Junior prom committee 3- FRANK TORTORICI, Chess club 2,3; Interact 2,3; Soccer 3,4; Football 2; Gym leader 3,4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3,4; Intramural soccer 3. MARGARET TROIANO, Choralettes 2. NEIL TROTTA, Baseball 2,3,4. ROSE TROVATO, Cheerleaders 3,4; Choralettes 2; Madrigal singers 3; Girls’ glee club 4; Yearbook 4; Gymnastics 2,3; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Junior prom committee 3. JANICE TUCKER, Latin club 3. DIANA VALENTE, French club 2; Future teachers ' club 2,3,4; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Literary magazine 4; National honor society 4; Varsity scholar 2,3; Pep squad 3; Senior class play 4; Homecoming com- mittee 4; Drama club 3; Tutoring 2,3,4; Spring concert 3,4; Carnival ball 4. IRENE VALENTI, Film club 3; French club 2; Girls’ ensemble 3,4; Spartan chorale 4; Latin club 2,4; National honor society 4; Yearbook 4; Varsity scholar 2,3; Student council 3; Pres. 4; Girls’ state 3; Senior class play 4; Homecoming committee 4; Senior tea 3; Twirp twirl committee 2; Junior prom committee 3; Drama club 2,3,4; Tutoring 3; Youth commission 4; Co-ed volleyball 2,3; Student rights and responsibilities committee 4. MICHAEL VAUGHAN, Hockey 2,3,4; Homecoming committee 4. RAJKO VESKOVIC ELAINE VILLERS DAVID VISOCCHI, Hockey 2. WILLIAM WALCZAK, Chess club 2,3; Spartan chorale 2,3,4; Interact 2; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. THOMAS WALKER FRANK WALSH, Football 2. DORIS WARD, Office aide 3; P.T.B. 2,3,4; Workstudy. WILLIAM WEISSE, Hockey 4. PAUL WESOLOWSKI, Chess club 2,3; Football 2,3; Spring track 2; Homecoming committee 4; Co-ed volleyball; Gym leader 3,4; Intramural soccer. ERIKA WEST, Office aide 3,4. 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