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One Nation, under God, 
indivisible, with liberty 
and justice for all” 










THE SENIOR CLASS 


OF 

1969 

JAMAICA PLAIN HIGH SCHOOL 

PRESENTS 


THE CLARION 


TABLE OF CONTENTS 


Foreword . . . 

. ... 2 

Activities. . 

.46 

Dedication . . . 

. ... 4 

Sports . . . . 

.... 60 

Administration . 

.... 6 

Candids . . . 

.... 72 

Faculty. 

.... 7 

Patrons. . . 

.... 74 

Seniors. 

. . . .17 

Advertisers . 

.... 75 


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JAMAICA PLAIN IS 



Katherine Butori, tallying Senior Class Election. 


• • • 


STUDENTS . . . 


As our contribution to 
a troubled world the Senior Class of ’69 
dedicates this yearbook to 


* * ** ** * * * * * * j ENDSHIP* * * * * * * * * * * * 


Friendship with classmates, 
with teachers, with parents 
and with our neighbors. 

















PEOPLE WORKING WITH PEOPLE 


• • • 



Miss Inez Russell 


TEACHERS... 

(Past and Present) 


PARENTS... 



Miss Jane Me Guckian 



Home and School Meeting Back Row: Mr. Callahan, Miss McGuckian, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Grace, Mr. Grace, Mr. McCarthy 

Front Row: Mrs. Juckman, Mrs. McCarthy, Mrs. Bissonnette, Mrs. Norwood, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. 
Sutherland, Mrs. Molway 


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ADMINISTRATION 



HEADMASTER’S MESSAGE 


Congratulations to you Seniors who have obtained the coveted diploma 
that is a symbol of many years of hard work. I know you all appreciate the 
fact that your parents are to be thanked for their assistance to you and he 
sacrifices they have made for you. I know that you will make us all proud 
of you in your life’s work. I hope you will have many fond memories of your 
life at Jamaica Plain High School. Be assured that all of us on the faculty will 
be thinking of you and will be anxious to hear from you. The very best of 
good fortune to all. 

Joseph F. Callahan 


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ADMINISTRATION 


DEPARTMENT HEADS 



Mr. William Dugan 
Assistant Headmaster 



Mrs. Kathleen Galvin 
English 




Mr. Philip Capernaros 
Business 


Miss Loretta Sullivan 
Science 


Mr. Dennis Crowley 
Agriculture 


Mr. Albert Landrigan 
History 













Miss Rice, 
Mrs. Galvin 
English 


■ 


“LANGUAGE IS THE DRESS 
OF THOUGHT.” 




Mr. Edgar McCormack 
English 


Miss Jane McGuckian 
English 


Miss Catherine Dempsey 
English 


Miss Elizabeth Heywood 
English 




Miss Florence Condry 
English 


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Mrs. Gail Washington 
Art 


“FINE ART IS THAT IN WHICH THE HAND, 
THE HEAD, AND THE HEART OF MAN GO 
TOGETHER.” 



Miss Patricia Helding 
Art 



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Mr. Thomas Boyle 
Business 



Mr. Daniel Foley 
Business 


Miss Agnes Fennessey 
Business 


Mr. Philip Capemaros 
Business 


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Miss Patricia Ferren 


Miss Doris Philips 


Mrs. Anna Hayes 


Business 


Business 


Business 




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Mr. Elliot Glassman 
Business 


Miss Marguerite Erickson 
Business 












Mr. Michael Kelly 
History 



Mr. Gordan Dunn 
History 


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Mr. William Coffey 
History 










Miss Rose Marie South worth 
Health 



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Miss Roberta Ambrose 
Homemaking 


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Mrs. Rhoda Farley 
Biology 


Mrs. Marlena MacNeil 
Mathematics 


Miss Helen Kelly 
Biology 











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Mr. Dennis Crowley 
Agriculture 


Mr. Walter Stranger 
Agriculture 



Miss Cecelia Caputo 
Spanish 


Mr. Edmund Sprissler 
Agriculture 

CAMERA SHY 


Miss Esther Hennessey. History 
Mr. Frank Grillo. Business 
Mr. Daniel O'Shea. Agriculture 
Mr. Edgar McCormack. English 
Mrs. Marilyn Stevens, Business 
Mr. Robert Loring. History-English 


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Mr. John McGuckian 
Guidance 


Miss Anna Mullin 
Guidance 


Miss Alice Buckley 
Librarian 


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Miss Catherine Rogers 
Nurse 


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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





PRESIDENT 

ANTHONY ALBURY lick Berry 

Ambition: Further education, and become a 
Psychologist 

Activities: ’67 Football, Basketball; ’68 
Football, Basketball; ’69 Football, Basket¬ 
ball, Yearbook Staff, Senior Council, 
Basketball Captain 



SECRETARY 

] BARBARA J. DOBSON Bootsie 

Ambition: X-Ray Technician 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club, Basketball, 
Volleyball, Badminton; ’68 Cheerleader, 
Basketball, Volleyball; ’69 Glee Club, Bas¬ 
ketball, Volleyball 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

KATHERINE E. BUTORI Kathy 

Ambition: To meet people and get married 
Activities: ’67 Student Council; ’68 Student 
Council, Cheerleader, Loyalty Fund; ’69 
Cheerleader, Art Club, Student Council 



TREASURER 
MARTHA ENGLISH 
Ambition: Teacher 

Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 National 
Honor Society; ’69 “Clarion” Staff 


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CORNELIUS J. AHERN 
Ambition: Veterinarian 
Activities: ’67 Agriculture Dept.; ’68 Na¬ 
tional Honor Society; ’69 “Clarion” Staff 





JANET ALESSI 
Ambition: Secretary 

Activities: ’69 Yearbook Staff (Adver¬ 
tising) 


JOSEPHINE A. ALBERT Freshie 

Ambition: Registered Nurse, and 2 years 
in Peace Corp 

Activities: ’67 Volleyball, Badminton, Bas¬ 
ketball, Glee Club, Reading Club; ’68 Glee 
Club, Tardy Desk; ’69 Cafeteria, After 
School Sports 




DALIA ALVEREZ Dolly 

Ambition: Successful secretary 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 Home 
Society; ’69 Honor Society 


CHARLES G. ALLEN 

Ambition: Art School 

Activities: ’67 Football; ’68 Track; ’69 Art 

Club 



OTIS T. ANDREWS Pokie 

Ambition: IBM 


Activities: ’67 Track; ’68 Track, History 
Club, Football; ’69 Track Captain, Football, 















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JOYCE AUSTIN 
Ambition: Airline stewardess 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Badminton; 
’69 Bowling, Art Club 



PHYLLIS BACON 
Ambition: Nursing 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club, Reading Club; 
’68 Glee Club, Volleyball; ’69 Glee Club, 
Red Cross Representative, Badminton, 
Volleyball, Basketball 



PENELOPE BAKER Dede 

Ambition: Computer Programmer 
Activities: ’67 Stamp Club; ’68 Stamp Club, 
Lunchroom; ’69 Yearbook Staff 
Ambition: Computer Programmer 



NATALIE F. BARRETT 
Ambition: College 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Art Club, 
Chorus; ’69 Art Club, Chorus 



DEBORAH G. BENNETT 
Ambition: Attend College and teach Eng¬ 
lish 

Activities: ’67 Badminton Team, Basket¬ 
ball, Science Fair; ’68 Badminton Team, 
Basketball, Volleyball; ’69 Badminton, 
Volleyball, Basketball, “Clarion” 


FRANCES BEACH 
Ambition: Airline Stewardess 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Glee Club; 
’69 Bowling, Glee Club, “Clarion” Staff 



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MARGARET BENNETT Peggy 

Ambition: Boston State College 
Activities: ’67 Reading Qub; ! 69 Badmin¬ 
ton. Bowling, “Clarion” Staff 


ANDRE B1SSONNETTE 

Ambition: Business College 

Activities: '67 Baseball, Hockey; ’68 Key 

Qub. National Honor Society, Hockey, 

Baseball: ’69 Key Club, National Honor 

Society, Hockey, Baseball, Yearbook Staff 


MADELEINE BISSONNETTE 
Ambition: Further Education 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 National 
Honor Society; ’69 National Honor So¬ 
ciety, “Clarion” Staff 




BONITA BLOCKER 
Ambition: To be successful 
Activities: '67 Glee Qub: ’68 Glee Club: 
’69 Glee Club 



DENISE BLOCKER 
Ambition: To be successful 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Glee Qub; 
’69 Glee Club 



FRANCES E. BOURNE Elaine 

Ambition: Business Secretary 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club, All City Chorus; 
’68 History Club, All City Chorus; ’69 
Glee Club, “Clarion” Staff, All City 
Chorus 


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MICHELLE S. BRANCHE Shelly 

Ambition: To be a Photographer 
Activities: ’67 Member of YWCA; ’69 Glee 
Club, Junior Achievement 




Activities: ’67 Bowling, Reading Club; ’68 
Stamp Monitor, Bowling, Office Helper: 
’69 Cafeteria Cashier, “Clarion” Staff, 
Glee Club, Art Club 



JOYCE BRICE 


MARY CAHILL 

Ambition: To be successful 

Activities: '67 Reading Club: ’68 Bowling 

Team 



CAROL ANN CALLEY 
Ambition: Part time secretary and full 
time Minister of Jehovah’s Witness 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club 



ALICE D. CAPERS 
Ambition: Nurse 

Activities: ’67 Basketball, Volleyball, 
Reading Club; ’68 Cheerleader, Badmin¬ 
ton, Basketball; ’69 Basketball, Badmin¬ 
ton. Volley ball. “Clarion” Staff 


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JUANITA CARDWELL Nita 

Ambition: Interior Decorator 



RICKEY CASSEY 
Ambition: Undecided 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’69 Basket¬ 
ball 


EDWARD CARLE 

Ambition: To become a history teacher 
Activities: ’68 History Club, Track; ’69 
Football, History Club 



RICHARD CAVIL 

Ambition: To become a Fashion Designer 
Activities: ’69 Art Club 


PAUL CARMICHAEL 
Ambition: IBM Operator 
Activities: ’67 Track Team 



CHRISTINE CHAISSON 
Ambition: Artist 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Glee Club; 
’69 Glee Club, “Clarion” Staff 








MARION CHENELL 
Ambition: Secretary 
Activities: ’69 “Clarion” Staff 



DENICE DARRAGH 
Ambition: Fashion Illustrator 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club, Office 
Helper; ’68 Cheerleader, Office Helper; ’69 
Cheerleader, Art Club, “Clarion” 



ROBERT CIOFFI 

Ambition: Disc Jockey or Technician 
Activities: ’67 Baseball; ’68 Baseball; ’69 
Baseball; “Clarion”, Key Club 



ELIZABETH DAVIS 
Ambition: Secretary 

Activities: ’68 Glee Club: ’69 “Clarion" 
Staff 



LINDA DAVIS 

Ambition: Executive Secretary 
Activities: '67 Reading Club; ’69 “Clar¬ 
ion” Staff 



FLA VIA DeSOUZA 
Ambition: Nursing 

Activities: ‘67 Glee Club; '69 Glee Club, 
Bowling 


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MICHAEL J. DiPADULO 
Ambition: Medicine 




PERCELL DORSEY 

Ambition: To make a career in business 


THERESA DOSTIE 

Ambition: To become a good secretary 
and wife 

Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 Junior 
Glee Club; ’69 Office Work 



LEVI L. DOWNING Mighty Mouse 

Ambition: To be a Physical Education 
Teacher 

Activities: ’67 Basketball: ’68 Football 



JANICE EGGLESTON 
Ambition: Secretary 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club: ’68 Glee Club, 
Student Council, Reading Club; ’69 Deca 
Club 



ANSEL ELLISON Mr. Finger 

Ambition: Physical Education Instructor 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club, Glee Club, 
Football, Track and Baseball; ’68 Baseball; 
’69 Art Club, Football, Basketball 


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JANICE FARNKOFF 
Ambition: To graduate 
Activities: ’67 Cafeteria, Captain of bowl¬ 
ing team; ’68 Cafeteria, Captain of bowl¬ 
ing team; ’69 Clarion staff 


PATRICIA FARNKOFF Patsy 

Ambition: Secretary 

Activities: ’67 Bowling Team. ’68 Tardy 
Desk; ’69 Bowling Team, Homeroom 
Treasurer, “Clarion” Staff 



THERESA FEENEY 

Ambition: Business School 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’69 Faboratory 

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MARIE FFYNN Ree-Ree 

Ambition: Medical Secretary 
Activities: '67 Reading Club: ’68 Art Club; 
’69 Art Club, “Clarion” Staff 



DOROTHY ANN FIFTEAU Bunny 

Ambition: To go to Bible School 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club, Reading Club, 
Badminton Team, Basketball Team; ’69 
Art Club, “Clarion” Staff 



SUSAN FRENCH 
Ambition: Secretary 

Activities: ’67 Reading Club: ’68 Reading 
Club 


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CLARISSE FRIESON 


JOYCE GILLIS Tiny 

Ambition: Dancing Teacher 
Activities: 67 Glee Club; ’68 Cheerleader; 
’69 Glee Club 


CHERYL FROST Cricket 

Ambition: Secretary 



STEPHEN L. GRACE Steve 

Ambition: Success 

Activities: ’67 Football, Track; ’68 Foot¬ 
ball, Basketball, Vice President of Glee 
Club; ’69 Football, Basketball, Key Club 


PATRICIA FULLER Pat 

Ambition: To become a secretary, to get 
married, and to raise a family 
Activities: 67 Honor Roll, Reading Club; 
’68 Honor Roll; ’69 “Clarion” Staff, 
DECA Club 


LINDA GRINNELL Lyn 

Ambition: Airline Stewardess 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’69 “Clarion” 
Staff 






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CHRISTINE GRODIS Chris 

Ambition: To be a good mother 
Activities: ’69 DEC A Club 



NINA K. HAITH 

Ambition: To become a Hair Dresser and a 
Professional Model 

Activities: ’67 “Clarion” magazine. Glee 
Club: ’68 Glee Club, Reading Club; ’69 
Glee Club 



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GAIL MARIE HARRIS 
Ambition: Executive Secretary or Profes¬ 
sional Dancer 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club. Reading Club: 
’68 Glee Club: ’69 Glee Club. Art Club, 
“Clarion” Staff 


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IDA S. HAITH 

Ambition: Work in Blood Research and to 
become a fine human being 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Art Club, 
Reading Club, Davis Award and Science 
Award; ’69 Glee Club, Art Club 



MARY HARRINGTON 
Ambition: To be happily married 
Activities: ’69 DECA President 



CHARLES HEALY Chuke 

Ambition: College 


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VIRGINIA HENNELLY Ginger 

Ambition: To be a Legal Secretary 
Activities: ’67 Basketball, Badminton, 
Glee Club, Reading Club; ’68 Glee Club, 
Basketball, Art Club; ’69 Yearbook Staff, 
Glee Club, Badminton 


SHEILA HIGHTOWER 
Ambition: Secretary 


FLORENCE HINES 
Ambition: Nurse 
Activities: ’69 “Clarion” Staff 






CYNTHIA M. HOLDER Cindy 

Ambition: Secretary 



KATHERINE HOOPER Funny Socks 
Ambition: To gain weight, and to be a 
fashion designer 

Activities: ’67 Art, Glee Club; ’68 Art, 
Glee Club, All City Chorus; ’69 Art, Glee 
Club, Locker monitor 



ANNIE HOPKINS 

Ambition: Air Force or Business School 
Activities: ’68 Glee Club; ’69 Glee Club, 
“Clarion” Staff 


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RONALD C. HOWARD Howard 

Ambition: To be successful in business 
and life, Physical Therapist 
Activities: ’67 Tardy Desk, Locker room 
Monitor; ’68 Red Cross, Stamp Monitor; 
’69 “Clarion” Staff, Spanish Club 


WARREN HOWARD The Big H 

Ambition: To become an Engineer 
Activities: ’67 Basketball, ’68 Basketball; 
’69 Basketball 




EDITH HURST Twig 

Ambition: Go to IBM School or become a 
Social Worker 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club, Reading Club; 
’68 Football; ’69 Glee Club, “Clarion” 
Staff 


FRANKLIN HULSE 
Ambition: Data Processing 
Activities: ’67 Baseball, Track; ’68 Track, 
National Honor Society; ’69 Track, “Clar¬ 
ion” Photographer 



PAUL HOWARD JANEY Sir Paul H. 
Ambition: Success 

Activities: ’67, ’68, ’69 Football; ’67 
Hockey, Student Council;’68 Track, His¬ 
tory Club; ’68, ’69 Key Club, Clarion 
Staff 



DEBORAH JEAN JACKSON 
Ambition: To become an IBM Operator 
and to attend college 

Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 Glee 
Club; ’69 “Clarion” Staff 


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BRENDA JOHNSON Begie 

Ambition: Raise a family 
Activities: ’67 Stamp Monitor; ’69 “Clar¬ 
ion” Staff 



PATRICIA JOHNSTON Patty 

Ambition: To be happy 
Activities: ’67 Stamp Monitor; ’68 Lunch¬ 
room Officer; ’69 “Clarion” Staff, Art 
Club 


KATHERINE JOHNSON Weasle 

Ambition: Interior Decorator 


RONALD JOHNSON 
Ambition: To become a History Major 
Activities: ’67 Basketball; ’68 Basketball; 
’69 Football, Basketball, Spanish Club, 
Glee Club 




GLADYS M. JONES Mae 

Ambition: IBM Machines Operator 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Glee Club, 
Cheerleader; ’69 “Clarion” Staff 



ROBERT JONES 

Ambition: College, Electronic Engineer 
Activities: ’67 Football; ’68 Reading Club 
President; ’69 Basketball 


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DONNA KEYMONT 

Activities: ’68 Lunchroom Cashier; ’69 
“Clarion” Staff, Art Club 


RAMONA J. LaCOUNT Cookie 

Ambition: To marry and have happy 
children 

Activities: ’67 Bowling Club, Reading 
Club; ’68 Bowling Team Cashier; ’69 
DECA, Junior Achievement, Student 
Council 




DONNA LANE 
Ambition: Nurse 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Bowling, 
Badminton 


MARIA LENIW Morticia 

Ambition: To be a housewife 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club, “Clarion” 
Magazine Rep.; ’68 Lunchroom Cashier; 
’69 Lunchroom Cashier, “Clarion” Staff, 
Art Club 



THOMAS F. LYDON 
Ambition: To be a success 
Activities: ’68 Hockey Team 


MARI JANE MacPHAIL 
Ambition: Advertising Fashion Designer 
Activities: ’67 Bowling Club, Lunchroom; 
’68 Lunchroom; ’69 Office Messenger, 
DECA Club 


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VASILIOS MACROPOULOS 
Ambition: Electrical Engineer 
Activities: ’68 Glee Club; ’69 President of 
the Glee Club 



KATHLEEN McCARTHY 
Ambition: To be a kindergarten teacher 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 Glee 
Club; ’69 Bowling, Badminton, Basketball, 
“Clarion” Staff 


SUSAN MANIATES 

Ambition: Hairdresser 

Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 Stamp 

Monitor 



JEAN McNIFF 

Ambition: Registered Nurse 

Activities: ’67 Student Council Rep.; ’69 

“Clarion” Staff 


RAYFORD MARSHALL 
Activities: ’67 Football; ’68 Football, 
Track; ’69 Football, Track, “Clarion” 
Staff 



WILLIAM J. McRAE 

Ambition: To attend Northeastern Univer¬ 
sity, Professional Drummer 
Activities: ’69 DECA 


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DEBORAH MILLER 
Ambition: Secretary 

Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Glee Club, 
Cheerleader JV; ’69 Cheerleader 



GLORIA MITCHELL 
Ambition: Secretary 



MALCOLM MITCHELL Mac 

Ambition: College 



NANCY MURPHY 
Ambition: Receptionist 



ROBERT MURPHY Bob 

Ambition: Teach Agriculture 
Activities: ’68 History Club; ’69 “Clarion” 
Staff 




DIANNE NELSON Dee De 

Ambition: Secretary or Hairdresser 


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SHIRLEY A. NELSON Slick or Dynamite 
Ambition: IBM worker. Social worker or 
Teacher 

Activities: ’68 Volleyball Team; ’69 DECA 
Treasurer 



VIRGINIA V. NELSON 
Ambition: To be a Lab Technician 



FREDERICK NEWTON 
Ambition: Insurance, Underwriting 
Activities: ’68 Football Team; ’69 DECA 
Student 


RAYMOND V. NOE 

Ambition: To attend Berkley School of 
Music 

Activities: ’67 Football; ’68 Football 



EREA P. NORWOOD 
Ambition: English Major, Journalist 
Activities: ’67 Art, Glee and History 
Clubs, ’68 Glee Club; ’69 Bowling, Glee, 
Art Club, “Clarion” Staff 



MICHAEL E. O’CONNOR 
Ambition: Business Manager 

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BARBARA PARK 
Ambition: Airline Stewardess 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 Junior 
Achievement, Student Council; ’69 “Clar¬ 
ion” Staff ' 


VERA PEDERSEN 
Ambition: Secretary 

Activities: ’68 Volleyball Team; ’69 “Clar¬ 
ion” Staff, Glee Club 


BRENDA PETERSON 
Ambition: IBM Operator 
Activities: ’69 “Clarion” Staff 




PAUL F. PETRALIA 

Activities: ’67 History Club, Football, 
Hockey; ’68 Key Club, History Club, 
Football, Hockey (Capt.); ’69 Key Club, 
History Club, “Clarion” Staff, Football, 
Hockey (Capt.) 



LINDA PHENIX 
Ambition: Lab Technician 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club, National Honor 
Society; ’68 Glee Club; ’69 Glee Club, 
“Clarion” Staff 



STEPHEN S. PINA 
Ambition: Football 

Activities: ’67 Track; ’68 Football, Track; 
’69 Football 


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LINDA PRESCOTT Sock it to me Girl 
Ambition: Airline Stewardess 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club; ’68 Junior 
Achievement 




MARY QUATRALE Mimi 

Ambition: To be as wonderful as my 
mother 

Activities: ’67 Student Council, Stamp 
Monitor, Reading Club; ’68 Office Helper, 
Cafeteria Cashier; ’69 “Clarion” Staff, 
Class Treasurer 



MARGUERITE QUIGLEY Maggie 

Ambition: To be a success 


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WILLIAM RAFFERTY Raff 

Ambition: To live clean 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club, History Club, 
Football; ’68 Football, History Club; ’69 
Art, Glee Club 


DONNA M. RAFFERTY Dondi 

Ambition: To marry and to be happy 
Activities: ’67 Badminton and Volleyball; 
’68 Class Representative; ’69 DECA, Jr. 
Achievement 



NANCY REISER 
Ambition: Secretary 


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JEANETTE RICCI 

Ambition: To marry and always be happy 
Activities: ’69 “Clarion” Staff 



KAY ROBINSON Kate 

Ambition: Private Secretary, Travel 
around the world, and help people 
Activities: ’67 Banner Club; ’68 Reading 
Club; ’69 “Clarion” Staff 


CARL RICHARDSON 
Ambition: Computer Programmer 
Activities: ’67 Student Council, Football, 
Baseball; ’68 Football, Baseball, Track, 
Art Club; ’69 Football, Baseball, Glee 
Club, Key Club 




PAULINE ROBINSON 
Ambition: Legal Secretary, get married 
Activities: ’68 Messenger; ’69 Attendance 
Collector, “Clarion” Staff 


KENNETH FEGAN 



GERARD RONZIO 
Ambition: Florist 


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JENNIFER ROSS 

Ambition: Airline Stewardess 

Activities: ’68 Glee Club; ’69 Lunchroom 


BERNADETTE RUCKER 
Ambition: Clerk-Typist 




JOHN SANTIAGO The Devil 

Ambition: Computer Operator 
Activities: ’68 Manager, Basketball Team 


LINDA SCHIEVINK Miss Prim 

Ambition: IBM Programmer 
Activities: ’67 Glee Club; ’68 Booster 
Club, Junior Achievement; ’69 “Clarion” 
Staff, Junior Achievement 


LORETTA SEALEY 

Ambition: To have a most successful life 
Activities: ’69 “Clarion” Staff 


JEANETTE SHARP 
Ambition: Physical Therapist 
Activities: ’67 Reading Club; '69 Student 
Council, Art Club, “Clarion” Staff 




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JUDITH SILVA 

Ambition: Hairdressing 

Activities: ’68 Tardy Desk; ’69 DECA 

Club 


RICHARD SLANEY 

Ambition: Undecided until after Service 
Activities: ’69 Football, Hockey 


OTIS STEELE 
Ambition: IBM Repairman 
Activities: ’67 Football, Track; ’68 Foot 
ball, Track; ’69 Football, Track 





CARL SUTHERLAND Martini Carl 

Ambition: Businessman 
Activities: ’67 Football, Baseball; ’68 
Track, Art Club, Key Club, Glee Club 


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KIM SZETO 

Ambition: Be a good teacher 
Activities: ’69 “Clarion” Staff, Art Club, 
Student Council y 



CATHERINE TEDESCHI 
Ambition: To do what I can for others' 
and try to keep others smiling 
Activities: ’67 Worked in office. Cheer¬ 
leading; ’68 Cheerleading, “Clarion”, Glee 
Club; ’69 Class Co-ordinator, Glee Club 



KAREN E. TARR 
Ambition: IBM Operator 
Activities: ’69 “Clarion” Staff 



NANCY THISTLE 



ERIC TRIPLETT 



MYRNA VALKENAAR Valkie 

Ambition: To have a good time 
Activities: ’68 Bowling Team, Volleyball 
Team; ’69 DECA, Junior Achievement 


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MARIE VANN 

Ambition: To have a happy marriage & a 
large family 

Activities: ’67 Drama Club, JV Cheer¬ 
leader; ’68 Art Clulq; ’69 Art Club, Varsity 


Cheerleader, 




STEPHANIE WARD 

Ambition: A group chief operator for 

the New England telephone. 

Activities: ’69 Glee Club 




CALVIN E. WILLIAMS 
Ambition: Electronics 
Activities: ’67 Football, Track; ’68 Foot¬ 
ball, Track 



JAMES WOODIE 

Activities: ’67 Football: ’68 Football, 
Track; ’69 Football Captain 


JOANNE WRIGHT 

Ambition: To be an Airline Stewardess 
Activities: ’68 Cheerleader; ’69 Glee Club, 
“Clarion” Staff 


LESLIE YANCHUCK 
Ambition: Happiness in life 


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GEORGE YOUNG 
Ambition: Therapist 

Activities: ’67 Track; ’68 Track; ’69 Track 



RONALD J. HAMM Ronny 

Ambition: To attend college 
Activities: ’67 Cross Country Track 



DONALD MacARTHUR JADETTE AUSTIN 

Ambition: Computer Technician 
Activities: ’67 Football, Baseball; ’68 
Football, Baseball 


ROY CATO VALERIE COX 



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LAST - BUT NOT LEAST . . . 





WILLIAM CONNOLLY 


JOSEPH J. DERMODY DONALD GREGORY 

Ambition: College 



SYLVANIE LE CLERC 


JOHN R. ANDRADE 
Ambition: IBM or Grocery Manager 
Activities: ’69 Track 

WAYNE CASH 

DANIEL GAGNON Dan 

Ambition: To become an accountant 
Activities: ’67 Baseball; ’68 Baseball; ’69 
Baseball 

ELFRIEDA JUCHMAN Frieda 

Ambition: To be a Nurse 
Activities: ’67 Stamp Monitor; ’68 Volley¬ 
ball, Locker Monitor; ’69 Yearbook Staff, 
Lunchroom Cashier, Badminton, Volley¬ 
ball 



DEBORAH ANN MARIE PAYNE 
Ambition: Legal Secretary 
Activities: ’68 Clarion Staff 


CAMERA SHY 

JOSEPH HOUGH 
Ambition: Continue education 
Activities: ’67 Baseball 

WILLIE MATTHEWS 
Ambition: Pro Basketball 
Activities: ’68 Basketball, Football 

WARREN MOYER 
Ambition: Biologist 

Activities: ’68 Lab Assistant; ’69 Lab 
Assistant 

JAMES W. MURDOCK 
Ambition: College for Drafting 



LANETTE WATSON 
Ambition: Legal Secretary 
Activities: ’69 Glee Club 


ROBERT ORZECHOWSKI 
Ambition: To be a Playboy 
Activities: ’67 Hockey Team 

THOMAS F. PLUNKETT 
Ambition: Go into business for myself 

JOHN TOBIN 

Ambition: Surfing, lumberjack 
Activities: ’67 Cross Country; ’69 Indoor 
Track 


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LOOK OUT WORLD . . . 

HERE WE COME! 


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SCHOLARSHIP . . . SERVICE 


• • • 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 


MEMBERS 

MARTHA ENGLISH 
MADELEINE BISSONNETTE 

DA LI A ALVAREZ 
CORNELIUS AHERN 
ANDRE BISSONNETTE 
FRANKLIN HULSE 
JERGEN BURGHARDT 


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WORK. . . . 



THE KEY CLUB 


SEATED: Timothy Kelly, Paul Petralia, Paul Janey, Stephen Grace, Anthony Albury, Stephen 
Gagnon, Daniel Gagnon, Warren Howard. Standing: Andre Bissonnette, Carl Richardson, Robert 
Cioffi, John Enos, Khacher Dostoomian, Lee Robertson, William Tommaro, James Woodie, Mr. 
Coffey. 



THE DECA CLUB 

Front Row: Patricia Fuller, Janice Eggleston, Shirley Nelson, Frederick Newton, Myrna Valkanaar, 
Ramona LaCount, Janice Farnkoff, Donna Rafferty. Back Row: Miss Ericson, MariJane MacPhail, 
Dorothy Filteau, Kristine Grodis, Judith Silva, William MacRae, Anthony Kenny, Jergen Burghardt. 


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THE SENIOR COUNCIL 



Seated: Deborah Bennett, Jeanette Sharp, Kim Szeto, Barbara Dobson, Katherine Butori. Standing: 
Erea Norwood, Anthony Albury, Paul Petralia, Stephen Grace, Robert Jones, Cornelius Ahern, Denise 
Darragh. 


MEMBERS 


KIM SZETO 
JEANNETTE SHARP 
RAMONA LaCOUNT 
DONNA RAFFERTY 
PAUL PETRALIA 
EREA NORWOOD 
CORNELIUS AHERN 
DEBORAH BENNETT 


VASILIOS MACROPOLIS 
VIRGINIA NELSON 
STEPHEN GRACE 
ALTERNATES: 

FRED NEWTON 
GAIL HARRIS 
PATRICIA JOHNSON 


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JUNIORS 



Homeroom 104. First Row: Gail MacLeod, Corrine Kelton, Patricia Kelly, Kathleen McNamara, 
Janice Kiggins, Gail Lynch, Donna Lussier, Shirley Reeves, Donna McMahon. Second Row: Moses 
McBrayer, Doris Kelly, Pamela Lambert. Joanne McNally, Dale Kilgore, Lynn Jewett, Tammarrah Lee. 
Peggy Lee, Thomas McNair, Robert Connolly. Third Row: Kenneth Griffin, Bruce Noseworthy, 
Raymond Johnson, Garfield Innis, Thomas McRae, James McCollum, Stanley Kozak. 



Homeroom 105. First Row: Grace Pohrecka, Patricia Spinney, Karen Yancy, Patricia Rogers, Ellen 
Vemis, Anna Delagas, Bess Vemis, Jan Tarjan, Mary Shields. Second Row: William Tammaro. Howard 
Simpson, Joseph Stanley, Martha Murphy, Roseann Trask. Dickie Wong, John White, Mrs. Heywood. 
Third Row: Gerard Whittemore, Charles Parastatides, Lee Robinson, Raymond Moyer, John Smiddy, 
Louis Richardson, Jackson Wall. 


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Homeroom 114. First Row: Selma Green, Sadie Frazier, Theresa Grodis, Susan Hinckley, Maureen 
Hill, Kathleen Hill, Janice Gadson. Second Row: Daniel Gadowski, Frank Hennessy, Lolita Gonsalves, 
Angela Haith, Mr. Stranger, Pamela Hailey, Margaret Hopkins, Robert Hamilton. 



Homeroom 112. First Row: Cynthia Brunson, Catherine Andrade, Mary Ann Borum, Ann Marie 
Bruno, Gloria Albury, Carolyn Baston, Patricia Anderson, Gwendolyn Collins, Judith Barkas. Second 
Row: Paul Adamson, Elizabeth Adams, Carolyn Blake, Valerie Bell, Dianne Bressett, Rosemarie Burns, 
William Ansell, Mr. Boyle. Third Row: Gene Bums, Bruce Barham, Kenneth Sligh, James Lindsay, 
Michael Boraczek. 


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Homeroom 203. Eunice Tyler, Donna St. George, Linda Whitney, Shirley Wilson, Marilyn Bennett, 
Diane Slaney, Fanny Williamson, Joyce Warren, Leah Tefft. Second Row: Edgars Veisbergs, George 
Tower, Sheila Ryan, Helena Tedeschi, Marsha Badgett, Pauline White, Walter Vaughn, Miss 
McGuckian. Third Row: Thomas Sullivan, Johnnie Williams. William Woodford, Mark Saunders, 
Harold Square, John Ryan, William Nolan. 



Homeroom 205. First Row: Hattie Miller, Gwenevere Butler, Gwenn Butler, Solaida Gonzales, Susan 
McGrath, Donna Donahue, Lois Linwood, F'lavia DeSouza, Corrine Cregan. Second Row: Alberto 
DelSol, Bonnie MeClary, Deborah Lopes, Anna Gonzalez, Regina Bailey, Nancy Bahrikis, Hattie 
Murphy, William McDonald, Mrs. Hayes. Third Row: Charles Alum, Michael Collins, Kenneth Ramos, 
Ronald Johnson, Tim KeUy, John Enos, Robert Graham, Fourth Row: Charles Collard. Charles Collie. 

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Homeroom 207. First Row: Denyce Daniels, Marshina Cottman, Mary Doherty, Patricia Fogle, 
Yvonne Cooper, Brenda Evelyn, Donna Farnkoff, Mildred Edson, Elena DiFronzo. Second Row: 
Michael Collier, Robert Donato, Khacher Dostoomian, Leo Carpenter, Thomas Corbett, Franklin 
Mack, Kenneth Evans, Mr. Dunn. Third Row: Dennis Corboy, Robert Palie, Robert Day. 



Homeroom 304. First Row: Catherine Quinn, Sharon Nichols, Louise Ramos, Cheryl Ogden, Rita 
Brice, Wendine Francis, Linda Click, Frances Phenix. Second Row: Doreen Smith, Susan Reardon, 
Janet O’Brien, Patricia Parla, Francine Cavel, Clarise Frieson, Susan Robinson, Miss Southworth. Third 
Row: Jesse Rowell, Lawrence Reese, Robert Littera, Frank Porteleki, Peter Paylor, Frank Odile. 


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Homeroom 110. First Row: Edward Kozak, Richard Giers, Frederick La Count, Raymond Gaines, 
11 James Jones, Edward Crouteau, Gregory Cuddy, Maurice Goggin, Brian Waldron. Second Row: Brian 

McNally, William Durant, Joseph Joyce, Ronald James, Clarence Rowell, Samuel Penn, Christopher 
Murray, Mr. Sprissler. 


SOPHOMORES 



Homeroom 113. First Row: Josephine DePaula, Patricia Dame, Donna Delvental, Marie Delvalle, 
Teresa Colantoni, Maria DiFronzo, Sophie Anagnos, Mary Dalton, Cynthia Cooper. Second Row: 
Eugene Deloatch, David Clifton, James Covil, Gilbert White, Wayne DiFranza, Lawrence DePaula, 
Clarence Dover, Miss Stevens. Third Row: Ronald Crook, David Crook, Harold Blakely, Thomas 
Cloherty, Stephen Cress. 




Homeroom 314. First Row: Bereather Reddy, Maria Boraczek, Lisa Bailey, Debra Nichols, Marion 
Bone, Loretta Burns, Donna Arnott, Pat Anderson. Second Row: Roberta Scala, Elaine Carmichael, 
Elizabeth Boyle, Paula Bennett, Helen Carroll, Darlene Blonda, Mr. Kelly. Third Row: Robert Bovaird, 
Paul Anagnos, James Bullock, George Archie, Laverne Cameron, Paul Battle. Fourth Row: Garland 
Wilson, Aaron Texeira. 


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Homeroom 111. First Row: Geneva Wilson, Mosella Murphy, Helen Vemis, Gladys Cancel, Clara Anfield, Janella Murphy, Catherine Swank, 
William May. Second Row: Pamela Tarjon, Laura M. Luce, Joan Shields, Joanne Lennon, Barbara Wilson, Miss Ferren. Third Row: Madeline 
Vlahoulis, Leona Mobley, Joanne Russo, Stella Watson, Geraldine Parker, Robert Ryan. Fourth Row: Lance Tucker, Samuel Young, Fabio 
Andrade, Jorge Ruiz, James Long, Glenn Hankerson. 



Homeroom 305. First Row: Diane Carr, Linda Walsh, Karen Helle, Donna Bryson, Terri Callahan, Sheila Everett, Marlania Brigham, Kathy 
Kariotis. Second Row: Ralph Erickson, Margaret Kurko, Linda Fuller, Pandora Cannon, Frank Carey, David Cincquegrano, Ray Alestock, Mr. 
Loring. Third Row: Richard Roche, Willie Johnson, Eddie Cooper, Gordon Riordan, James Dupree, Adolph Grant, Albert Bissonnette. 



Homeroom 206. Elizabeth Panagopoulos, Harriet Holmes, Dorothy Hardy, Lorraine Instasi, Marie Jones, Clara Hardnett, Catherine Hennelly, 
Adamys Cancel. Second Row: Pamela Colihan, Sandra Inniss, Mary Kendall, Madeline Howe, Janice Ivey, Debra Cato, Deborah Hill, Mary 
Hannon. Third Row: George Manos, Richard Hayes, Henry Jones, Paul Cato, Arthur Kelly, Steven Hanson, Mr. Glassman. Fourth Row: Patrick 
Joyce, James Grant, Melvin Jackson. 



Homeroom 107. First Row: Jeanette Thompson, Theresa Young, Diane Taylor, Janice Watts, Katherine Zachary, Rosa Weitz, Sydell Jackson, 
Ann Waterman, Renee Morris. Second Row: Edward Harris, William Wooding, Vincent Willingham, John Wright, David Teague, Benjamin 
Williams, Neil Borden, Mr. O’Shea. Third Row: Hayes Willingham, Larry Woodberry, James Taylor, Martin Tyler, Douglas West, Homer 
Thibodeaux. 














Homeroom 117. First Row: Donna Meany, Barbara Molway, Elizabeth Peterson, Judy O’Hannisian, Ann Moriarty, Patricia Murphy, Kathleen 
Morrison, Carol Mitchell. Second Row: Samuel MacGrath, Robert Patterson, Harry Henderson, Shelene Nesmith, Cheryl Murray, Wanda 
Philips, Priscilla Reid, James Pickett, Mrs. MacNeal. Third Row: Philip Jackson, Steven Frazier, Clifford Morrison, Gerald Parsons, Richard 
Reese, George Ricci, James Newton. 



Homeroom 204. First Row: Valida Lefrancois, Linda McQuiggan, Sharon Blocker, Jula McCarthy, Linda McDonald, Fay Lackland, Judith 
Paris, Judy Maras. Second Row: Vivian Landry, Diane Loftman, Cheryl Marra, Mary McNaught, Debbie McElligott, Flora King, Karen McLean, 
Miss Condry. Third Row: Richard Maloney, Frank McLaughlin, Richard Loiacona, Ernest Louis, Garren Lindsay, Charles Marmanides, Irwin 
Libeskind, George King, Harry Kinsey. 




Homeroom 103. First Row: Donna Reichert, Donna Stuart, Roseanne Sanzi, Georgia Stavropoulos, Foo-Kuen Szeto, Mahalia Steele. Second 
Row: Michael Smith, Cleveland Sealey, Joanna Robinson, Kathleen Rusk, Joan Robinson, Patricia Seymour, Kathleen Saunders, Larry Ross. 
Miss Caputo. Third Row: Richard Steverman, James Sellers, Norman Simmons, John Slawsby, Andrew Robinson, Daniel Reuben, William 

Raymond. 


Homeroom 302. First Row: Maureen F aherty, Carol Fegan, Debra Gillis, Nadene lalagan, Maureen Gates, Janice Eason, Donna Humes, Karen 
Farenkoff. Second Row: Alfred Henry, Michael Gould, Florence Hunt, Elsa Fredericks, Linda Frost, Denise Finn, Rosalie Frazier, Mr. 
McCormack. Third Row: Philip Dodson, Michael Fisher, Edward Griffis, Dale Douglas, Paul Flibotte, Arthur Davis, Gerald Waters, Max 

Fernandez. 















HERE WE ARE. 


• • • • • 


MOST MATURE 



Catherine Tedeski Paul Petralia Andre Bissonnette Madeleine Bissonnette 


MOST COOPERATIVE 


BEST NATURED 


BEST LOOKING 



Andre Bissonnette Martha English 



to Pi 



Robert Murphy Catherine Tedeski 

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Michael O’Connor 


Jadette Austin 



















































































AS OUR CLASSMATES SEE US! 


MOST ARTISTIC 



Denise Darragh Roy Cato 


MOST TALENTED 


MOST ATHLETIC 


Nina Haith Vasilios Macropolous 


Deborah Bennett Paul Petralia 


MOST POPULAR 



MOST HUMOROUS 


Katherine Butori Anthony Albury 


BEST DRESSED 


Otis Andrews 


Linda Brennan 


Richard Cavil Gloria Mitchell 





















































































SOME TIMES WE WALK . . . 


"YOU’RE MY FRIEND 
WHAT A THING FRIENDSHIP IS, 

WORLD WITHOUT END!’’ 


SOME TIMES WE TALK . . . 



















SOMETIMES WE STUDY . . . 



SOMETIMES WE LISTEN . . . 



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Sometimes We Play Games .... 

CHEERLEADERS 



Denice Darragh 
Catherine Tedeschi 
Marie Vann 
Katherine Butori 
Katherine Andrade 


Deborah Miller 
Bonnie McClary 
Patricia Rogers 
Diane Slaney 
Sheila Ryan 


BASKETBALL TEAM 


Flavia DeSouza 
Fay Lackland 
Cathy Andrade 
Patricia Robinson 
Patricia Rogers 
Clara Anfield 
Pam Lambert 


Barbara Dobson 
Phyllis Bacon 
Francine Cavil 
Marsha Badgett 
Pauline White 
Deborah Bennett 
Elfrieda Juchman 


Mrs. Ryce - Physical Education 



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CLUB 


Lola Spica, Linda Walsh, Katherine 
Hines, Hattie Murphy, Geraldine 
Connors, Virginia Nelson, Kathleen 
McNamara, Dorothy Hardy, Vera 
Pedersen, Deborah Bennett, Gloria 
Albury, Kathleen McCarthy, Captain; 
Mrs. Ryce, Coach. 




THE BOWLING 


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BASKETBALL TEAM 



Captain Anthony Albury 

Managers; John Enos, Ronald Johnson 

Coach Fred Gumbs 

Rickey Cassey 

Michael Daley 

Stephen Grace 

Warren Howard 

Robert Jones 

Stanley Kozak 

William McCollum 

William McDonald 

Ralph Monteiro 

Robert Palie 

Stephen Pina 

Louis Robinson 

Lee Robinson 

Norman Simmons 

James Taylor 

David Teague 

Aaron Texeira 

Homer Thibodeaux 

Lance Tucker 

Walter Vaughn 



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FOOTBALL TEAM 


Edward Carle, Stephen Pina, Paul Janey, Phillip 
Nelson, Otis Steele, Captain James Woodie, Otis 
Andrews, William Tommaro, Carl Richardson, 
Melvin Cooper. Back Row: Daniel Gadowski, Paul 
Petralia, Daniel Ruben, Anthony Albury, Rayford 
Marshall, Stephen Gagnon. 



VARSITY . . 1969 



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I 


TRACK 


HOCKEY 


TRACK TEAM 

MEMBERS: Charles Healy, 
Franklin Hulse, Stephen 
Pina, John Andrade, Michael 
Fisher, Sam Young, Carl 
Sutherland, Rayford 
Marshall, Paul Cato, Douglas 
West, Larry Hamilton, William 
Wooding, Stephen Hanson, 
Ansel Ellison, Harry Kinsey, 
Walter Vaughn, Charles 
Marmanides, Philip Dodson, 
Martin Tyler, Laument 
Upshaw, Otis Steele. 


HOCKEY TEAM 



MEMBERS: Cornelius Ahern, Andre 
Bissonnette, Richard Slaney, 

Daniel Gadowski, William Tammaro, 
Michael Sarro, Charles Collard, 
Khacher Dostoomian, Irwin 
Libeskind, Richard Loicano, 

Maurice Gossin, Edward Corteau, 
Robert Murphy, Manager-Coach, 

^P)o\ PfYtfckluT 



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THE CLASS WILL 


As a token of our appreciation we, the Seniors of the Class of 1969, would like to leave to the Faculty 
the following mementoes. We trust that these will be cherished, not for their intrinsic worth but 
because they represent the sentiments of us all — 


WE REALLY LIKE YOU - YES, WE DO! 


TO: 


MISS DEMPSEY 

we leave 

MISS CAPUTO 

we leave 

MR. COFFEY 

we leave 

MRS. HEYWOOD 

we leave 

MISS ERICSON 

we leave 

MR. O’SHEA 

we leave 

MR. SPRISSLER 

we leave 

MISS FERREN 

we leave 

MR. BOYLE 

we leave 

MRS. STEVENS 

we leave 

MR. STRANGER 

we leave 

MR. LANDRIGAN 

we leave 

MR. CROWLEY 

we leave 

MISS ROGERS 

we leave 

MISS AMBROSE 

we leave 

MISS O’CONNELL 

we leave 

MISS CONDRY 

we leave 

MRS. HAYES 

we leave 

MR. DUNN 

we leave 

MRS. GALVIN 

we leave 

MR. CAPERNAROS 

we leave 

MISS FENNESSEY 

we leave 

MISS BUCKLEY 

we leave 

MR. MCKENNEY 

we leave 

MR. GLASSMAN 

we leave 

MR. FOLEY 

we leave 

MISS PHILLIPS 

we leave 

MR. MCCORMACK 

we leave 

MR. GRILLO 

we leave 

MISS SOUTHWORTH 

we leave 

MISS KELLY 

we leave 

MISS SULLIVAN 

we leave 

MISS RICE 

we leave 

MRS. WASHINGTON 

we leave 

MISS HELDING 

we leave 

MRS. RYCE 

we leave 

MR. GUMBS 

we leave 

MR. DUGAN 

we leave 

MISS HENNESSEY 

we leave 

MR. LORING 

we leave 

MISS MCGUCKIAN 

we leave 

MISS MULLIN 

we leave 

MR. MCGUCKIAN 

we leave 

MR. KELLY 

we leave 

MRS. FARLEY 

we leave 


a crate of homelesson books, 
a six foot teddy bear, 
a wardrobe of shoes, 
a homeroom of English scholars, 
a charm and etiquette book, 
a dozen red roses, 
a dairy cow. 
a filing kit. 

a years free pass on the MBTA. 

the main switch for shutting off the typewriters. 

snowshoes and mountains of snow. 

a book on the development of the Democratic Party. 

a new Jaguar to race in the Blue Hills. 

a super-duper bottle of Excedrin and a lie detector. 

a new dress form. 

a class of French exchange students. 

a cast of actors and actresses for next year’s Christmas play. 

electric typewriters that work at all times. 

a G.I. Joe doll. 

a doorbell for her bookroom. 

a tardy pass truant officer. 

an endowment fund for the yearbook deficit. 

the complete works of Charlie Brown. 

the job of official judge for the Miss America beauty pageant, 
a summons to court. 

a balloon that would carry him around the world. 

a window pole to shut the windows. 

a bottle of Geritol Jr. for an overworked track team. 

him his own personal typist. 

her a personal water fountain. 

a case of earthworms. 

a tankful of indestructable goldfish. 

a free yearbook and a yearbook staff that meets the deadlines. 

a nice little Coffee House. 

and all expense paid trip to Europe. 

a whistle that doesn’t blow and psychedelic cullotes. 

a gym as big as the Harvard Stadium. 

a box of applejack to keep the bullies away. 

a one-million page History book. 

a homeroom of “on-time” students. 

100 raffle tickets. 

a class of seniors with S.A.T. scores of 800. 
a timekeeper for the Neighborhood Youth Corps, 
a short stop, 
a barrel of frogs 


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AND PRAISE THE HONEST WORKER 


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EDITORS 

MARTHA ENGLISH 

PAUL JANEY 

ROBERT MURPHY 

ANTHONY ALBURY 

ROBERT CIOFFI 

ANDRE BISSONETTE 

EREA NORWOOD 

MADELEINE BISSONNETTE 

FRANKLIN HULSE 

CORNELIUS AHERN 


• • • 


THE CLARION STAFF 


ADVERTISING 

Pauline Robinson, Brenda Peterson, Deborah Payne, Barbara Parks, Frances 
Bourne, Elizabeth Davis, Linda Davis, Kathleen McCarthy, Deborah Miller, Nancy 
Murphy, Gloria Mitchell, Jeanette Ricci, Jeannette Sharp, Linda Schievink, Karen 
Tarr, Otis Steele, Virginia Hennelly, Franklin Hulse, Patricia Johnson, Maria 
Leniew, Mary Quatrale, Cynthia Steverman, Loretta Sealy, Katherine Johnson, 
Francis Beach, Margaret Bennett, Linda Brennan, Nancy Thistle, Alice Capers, 
Patricia Fuller, Janice Farnkoff. 


ROOM CO-ORDINATORS 

106 Janice Farnkoff 

102 Catherine Tedeski, Linda Schievink 

303 Paul Petralia, Robert Murphy 

202 Madeleine Bissonnette 

307 Elfreida Juchman, Patricia Johnson 

306 Martha English, Nina Haith 


TREASURERS 

102 Linda Schievink 
106 Shirley Nelson 
202 Andre Bissonnette 
303 Mary Quatrale 

306 Patricia Farnkoff 

307 Nina Haith 

CO-ORDINATOR Andre Bissonnette, Faculty Business Advisor, Miss Fennessey 


PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Franklin Hulse 
Ronald Howard 
Denise Darragh 


LAYOUT AND TYPING 

Denise Blocker, Jeanette Ricci, Karen Tarr, Marie Flynn, Jeannette Sharp, 
Florence Hines, Katherine Butori, Mary Quatrale, Christine Chaisson. 


Miss Aileen Rice, Faculty Advisor 


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IN MEMORIAM 



MISS MARGARET NLA.GUI RE 
1926-1968 

Teacher and Friend . . . 

We shall always remember her gracious and serene ways, and her ever 
ready willingness to help both students and colleagues. 


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AUDIO-VISUAL 

CLUB 



MEMBERS: Paul Petralia, Ansell Ellison, William Nolan, Lee Robinson, 
Faculty Advisor, Miss Loretta Sullivan. 


SPANISH CLUB 



MEMBERS: Janice Eason, Cheryl Murray, Diane Loftman, Susan Pierce, Eunice Ferguson, Fabio Andrade, Misael Andrade, Maria 
DeValle, Anna Gonzales, Ronald Johnson, Darlene Blonda, Elsa Fredericks, Marion Bone, Donna Arnott. 


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ART CLUB 


MEMBERS: Grace Prohecka, Kim Szeto, Denise Darragh, Jan Tarjan, Jeannette 
Sharp, Alice Capers, Marie Vann, Roy Cato, Stephen White, Rayford Marshall. 
Seated: Marie Flynn, Linda Brennan, Nina Haith, Barbara Dobson, Mrs. Gail 
Washington, Faculty Advisor. 


DEVELOPMENTAL READING CLASS 



MEMBERS: Charles Healy, Donald MacArthur, Cornelius Ahern, Flavia DeSouza, 
Calvin Woodie, Rosemarie Burns, Barbara Parks, Erea Norwood, Ronald Johnson. 


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HOURS OF STUDY 
AND 

PRACTICE 

BROUGHT FORTH- 


CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLIES 



BOOK REPORTS . . . 


Mrs. Jewell Colbert 
Music Supervisor 



TYPING UNITS . . . 


AND MUCH MORE. 





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Miss Margaret McGrath 
Secretary 


MAKE THE 
WHEELS 
GO ’ROUND 


Mr. Tim Duggan 
Assistant Custodian 


TO ALL - OUR THANKS! 




Cafeteria Staff 


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"THOSE WERE THE DAYS 




• •••••• 



1. Judith Silva, 2. Denise Darragh, 3. Erea Nor¬ 
wood, 4. Ida Haith, 5. Florence Hines, 6. Ralph 
Stone, 7. Christine Chaisson, 8. Phyllis Bacon, 9. 
Kay Robinson, 10. Leslie Yanchuk, 11. Joyce 
Austin, 12. Linda Schievinck, 13. Pauline Robin¬ 
son, 14. Mary Quatrale, 15. Linda Phenix, 16. 
Nancy Murphy, 17. Shirley Nelson, 18. Stephen 
Grace, 19. Frances Beach, 20. Christine Grodis, 21. 


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Cynthis Holder, 22. Patricia Johnston, 23. Ramona 
LaCount, 24. Jeanette Ricci, 25. Dorothy Filteau, 
26. Gayle Harris, 27. Katherine Butori, 28. Linda 
Brennan, 29. Theresa Dostie, 30. Edward Carle, 31. 
Marie Flynn, 32. Barbara Park, 33. Brenda John¬ 
son, 34. Ansell Ellison, 35. Mari-Jane MacPhail, 36. 


Deborah Payne. 


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WE APPRECIATE OUR ADVERTISERS’, 
SPONSORS’ AND PATRONS’ HELP 

PATRONS 

Miss Alice Marie Buckley 

Miss Cecilia M. Caputo 

Miss Florence Condry 

Mr. Gordon Dunn 

Mrs. Rhoda Farley 

Agnes E. Fennessey 

Patricia Ferren 

Mrs. Kathleen Galvin 

Mrs. John Hayes 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kelly 

Miss Helen M. Kelley 

Mr. & Mrs. John MacNeil 

Mr. Edgar P. McCormack 

Miss Jane McGuckian 

Mr. E. A. McKenney 

Anna J. Mullin 

Miss Rose South worth 

Mr. Walter Stranger 

Mrs. Philip J. Rice 

The Varsity Hockey Team '69 

Metropolitan Furniture Company 

Doris M. Phillips 

Albert F. Landrigan 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Callahan 


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BRADY FUNERAL 
SERVICE 


SPONSORS 


10 TOWER STREET 
FOREST HILLS, MASS. 
524-0861 


THE PUBLIX MARKET 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

684 Centre St. 

Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

524-9863 


JONES CAMERA 
AND GIFT SHOP 


683 Centre Street 
Jamaica Plain 
524-0018 


Miss Ambrose 

Miss Yvonne Bissonnette 

Mr. Philip Capernaros 

Mr. William E. Coffey 

Catherine M. Dempsey 

Mr. & Mrs. Silas Dobson 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Downing 

Richard English 

Mr. Glassman 

Mrs. Elizabeth Heywood 

Katherine Howard 

Lisa Howard 

Mrs. Dora Johnson 

Michael T. Johnston 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Johnston 

Mr. Robert Loring 

John Murphy 

Miss Edna Norwood 

Mr. O'Shea 

Mrs. Josephine Petralia 

Adeille Leviette 

James Patrick Quinn 

Frances H. Ryce 

Catherine A. Rogers 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Slaney 

Mr. Edmund Sprissler 

Miss Stevens 

Miss Mary Varnum 

Joseph W. Wallace 

Mrs. Washington & Miss Helding 

Mr. Robert Woodsum 

Miss Beverly Young 

Roger S. Hodges 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Quatrale 

Mrs. Mary Hines 

Mr. & Mrs. Larry McKenney 

Robert Cooper 

George Roche 

Larry Bickoff 

Peter Skorker 

Edward Dorato 

Irving Bornstein 

Mrs. Rose Cioffi 

Mr. William H. Dugan 


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COMPLIMENTS OF 


PURDY PHOTOGRAPHERS 

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1969 


367 Boylston Street 


Boston, Mass. 










LEO J. COSTELLO 
INSURANCE SERVICE 

SINCE 1930 


Day or Night 

524-2079 85 South St., Jamaica Plain 


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1969! 


WAYNES’ DEPARTMENT STORE 


676 Centre Street 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 


"Quality Clothing For The Entire Family" 

Arrow Shirts National Brands 


CHARLES 
THE FLORIST 


488 Centre St., Jamaica Plain 


telephone 

02130 

opp. M.E. Curley 
School 


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GUY L. HARVEY’S 

HARDWARE STORE 

Authorized Dealer 

Scott Lawn Products 

660 Centre St. Jamaica Plain 

524-1700 

MANN AND MANN 

LOCAL AND DISTANT 

NON-SECTARIAN 

FUNERAL SERVICE 

44 Perkins St. Jamaica Plain 

Telephone: JAmaica 2-2500 

Telephone: FAirview 5-0488 

Completely Air Conditioned 

Rings 

excellent 

Pins 

design 

Medals 

skilled 

Charms 

craftsmanship 

Cups 

superb 

Plaques 

quality 

Trophies 

DIEGES & CLUST 

DIEGES &CLUST 

226 Public St., Providence, R. 1., 02905 

NEW YORK 

PHILADELPHIA 

MANUFACTURING JEWELERS 

CALLAHAN’S MEN’S SHOP 

J.P.H.S. KEY CLUB 

TUXEDO RENTALS MEN's CLOTHING 


362 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain 

WISHES THE CLASS OF 1969 

524-7335 

the BEST OF LUCK 

155 Dudley St., Roxbury 

427-6233 



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Before you accept 
that first job . • . 

Isook over 
your 
employer 
as carefully 
as he does 

you 


What’s the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won’t explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week’s pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 


Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer “Yes” to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon 
’. . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor 
to tell you when and where to apply. 


New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 


An equal opportunity employer 


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