Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA)

 - Class of 1950

Page 1 of 68

 

Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1950 Edition, Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1950 volume:

STETSON H I G H SCHOOL Randolph Massachusetts une 1950 . 1 I , - I I s 4 -. . A , . . v. .. P t' U i 'n'- ' K I V P- . V . '1' . Q , -. r .K v I f I kr .ff x ' F 4 f ' . .'-. S. K a ' -f x , in 1 A " ' ,L .JL I, XV , f . ..',- 4 K 4 I . R, U . , , , V ,W J' M . .'3Y"'l 'ik at fail MISS PAIRIQIA GALVIN Delzglatfnl lark' to rear the tender thought To teach the young zdear bow to 519001 HOW much we apprecnate the mspmng efforts of our most esteemed mentor who has taught "our young ldeas how to shoot"' How valu able her trammg to thmk for ourselves, to express ourselves clearly and well, to conduct ourselves wxth confidence and polse The entertaxmng breadth of her knowledge, the force of her personallty, the memory of her w1t, all these we wlll carry w1th us mto our l1ves W1rh grtntude to her thls book IS dedicated ,, W -1, - ' f ' or if gp, 'ww , D ,F.xhr'?u, . .Q X .A fr :Y . H' .v:, 4""4zv" Eg"-xx'W' Y. . 'In I D .3-TQXZI 'Q XA. .' ff V' ' Ax. , ' .-fs ' ' 'NAYX15 ' 1 vw yi ' .45 ' X E ,V st, ,.. r . .. . I ' 1 ' ff h rael Stetson 1gh School RANDOLPH MASS GRADUATION PRICE PER COPY 1950 S175 ORAC LI S l AFI' llllfflf nz Cbzt Aumuale Ezlmn Ar! fzfllmu Ijpzsfu I uzfllj Acfzzmu Bzznmcuf Hamz,,ef Don tld Is 1 lL joseph Butkley Frink C tmno Curl Olson Blfglf Peterson Druscxllt W1rren M1ss Gwlvln Mr Lehtmen Fmnk Catano Tible of Lontents P lj.,C Dedlt mon Fsttulty QI xss OglLC1'S Stnxor unlor Chss md Offxcers Sophomore C1155 ind Offlters Freshmm Cltss md Offxters Class Wrll Class Propheu Senxor A B Q s Blb PILILIYLS Senior Stren tdt Attnlty Plttures The Lomposnte Semor Honor Roll l9DO Drum Mlyorettes Orqtle LIICIIQ Surf Slfe Drlxxng My Town Student Counctl Elexen thrrty A hi C htcrlc xdcrs Verse. Sntpshots nb Page I , . 1 1 t 1 f ' - f 1 is ' 'z ', ' H '. 4 ' fx K " ' L -N C . Q I 'z ' Z ' ' - ' 25 . s ' 4 - ' 25 S2 "' - ' ' 7 4' 25 Sf-?Di0l'S 8 Calendar 26 J 4 1 1 ' 16 . ' 4 2 ' 1 28 N L 4 4' I7 2 A" 29 1 'Q 1 " I8 ' ' 30 I 19 h 30 ,t 20 Y -s'.t . 51 I it Zl I " 'Q A Sl 1 y V' 22 " 32 ' I ' 4 ' 21 1 ' I 54 STETSO ITHSII MR POWDERLY One of the hest uses of omg., nty rs to say rommom thmgs nn an untommon may U 4 MRS NYQUIST Musnc IS well sand to be the SpeeLh of angels MR GILGAN He that does good for good s sake seeks neither prwnse nor rem ard but he rs sure of both ln the end MR THOMAS A qurxotxc sense of the honor ahle of the thnvalrous FACULTY 1950 MR ZAPUSTAS Takes up the meanest subyetts mth the same tenderness that we do an msects mng, and would not kxll a Hy as MRS ATWOOD Amsts are nearest God Into their souls He breathes Hrs lrfe and from thenr hands rt nomes nn fanr amculate forms to hless the world R , 47. , I inzl' ' ' ' ' , 4 - ,' , ' , ' - Y, ,A Y , ' 7 7 ' , . Y , ,mf,,,,,..,. . si, T . ..- 2' , , fr R '1. A MISS BRENNAN MISS BREWSTER The love of heaven makes The study of scnence teaches one heavenly young men to think vshrle MR DALY The hrst and srmplest emotron vuhnch we discover rn the hu man mmd rs CUIIOSIIY MISS CALVIN High alms form high tharaf. ters and great 0b1CCfS bring, out year mrnds the study of classlcs teaches them to express thought MISS THOMPSON The only reward of virtue IS vrrtue the only way to have a frrend rs to be one l MISS GOOD The sweet magrc of a cheerful face Not always smrlnng hut at least serene 1r"m'1H's-1 MISS CONNORS Even the best must own that patrence and resrgnatnon are the prllars of peace on earth MISS FOLEY I have a pleasant time wnth my mmd for nt rs happy MISS KELLEY You give but little when you gnve of your possessnons It IS when you grve of yourself that you truly grve ... P""'vz' fr J , V , . . . n ,, Q , . , 1 ' 1 . . . . , f 41 . 2 1 ' '- 1 y . , . A ,- - . ' ' 1 1 - v V - 1 A 1 ' ' There rs no royal road to learnmg Only by drllgence ln study and persevermg ef fort can one become a scholar MISS O NEIL Those true eyes, too pure and too honest, m aught to dxs gulse the sweet soul s shmmg through them MISS LORDAN In huslness three thmgs are ne essary knowledge temper and ttme MISS SLI-IOMER Cheerful looks make every dnsh a feast and mt IS that vshnch crowns a welcome MR CRIMMINS The nmpromptu reply IS pre cxsely the touthstone of the man of wrt MRS MCCANN Delrberate vnrh cautron but act mth decxszon and yxeld mth gracrousness or oppose wrth firmness MISS LAPPEN The groundwork of all hap plness ns health I I S ' MR. LEHTINEN A . . ' V, . L. B0 Robert Gray W1ll1am Seaverns Chester Smckland Ted Reese Dom Esposxto Fred McKeeman Frank Harrxs Ronald Smnh Dom ESPOSIIO Joseph Buckley Semor Class MOST ATHLETIC MOST POPULAR HANDSOMEST PERSONALITY PLUS MOST VERSATILE WITTIEST BEST STUDENT FR1ENDL1EsT DOES MOST FOR SCHOOL MOsT LIKELY TO SUCCEED SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS flefl to right, Margery Taylor Vue Prefzdenl Robert Gray Treamrer Elsle LaBelle Sefretury Dom1n1c ESPOSIIO-Pf6IlCf6I1I G11 Eleanor Nason Connxe Russo Beverly Cederholm Conn1e Russo Marjorle Bonnettr jane Doherty Helen Maeuch Margery Taylor Elsxe I.aBelle Bnrgxr Peterson y "1 Carl Olson BEST MANNERS Mary Walizer We-3Q'm SENIORS SKAIDRITE ABERS I bale been a rtranger nz a .ftrrmge land DUSTIN ALWOOD lnrra mural Basketball 1 2 Junror Varsrry Base l 2 Iam the raptam of mg foul BARBARA ANN BARKER Band 1 2 Musnc Fesuval 1 2 Band Concert l 2 AA Member 1 3 Cheerleader 2 3 Ofhce Staff 2 3 Library Staff 4 jumor Play Semor Play Oracle Stahl 4 Kind hearty afe more than foronetf BARBARA ANN BECK AA Memberl 2 3 Lnbrary Staff 3 4 Oracle Busnness Staff 3 Oracle Lnterary Staff 3 4 Semor Play Usher Safe Drrvmg Class 4 Rnfle Club 4 Iaftbful gentle goad ll eanng the fore 0 1l0II1d7Ib00d MARGUERITE PHX LLIS BONETTI AA Member 2 3 WBET Broadcast2 3 4 Jumor Play Usher Minstrel Show 4 Twrrlmg 1 S112 me lhe .fongr I delzghted to hear DOROTHY CLAIRE BOYNTON F H A Member 2 3 4 Graduauon Usher 'lncker Commnttee junror and Semor Plays Mag you llze long and pforpef RUTH IRENE BROWN Band 1 2 3 4 Band Festrvall 2 3 4 Semor Play Usher jumor Play Oracle Staff 4 WBET Broad cast 2 3 4 Band Concertl 2 3 4 AA Member FY' . 'b ' 8 c ' Eger of unholy 315. l 5 .Jq lla. U Lv JOSEPH DENNIS BUCKLEY Football Manager 4 Baseball Manager 3 4 lntra mural Basketballl 3 Baseballl 2 Bandl 2 3 4 Band Concertl 2 3 4 Musxc Festrvall 2 3 4 National Honor Socrety 3 4 Class Presndent I -Iumor Play Semor Play WBET Broadcast 2 Room Caprarn Magazme Drrve 3 Jumor Rotarran 4 Lunch room Staff 3 4 Oracle Lnterary Stal? 4 C YO Parade 3 Mr Hush 4 AA Member 1 2 3 Minstrel Show 4 Assocrate Edrtor Oracle A gentleman to the fingertip! IQRANCIS EDWIN CATANO Jumor Play Semor Play Oracle Busrness Staff 3 4 Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 Art Edltor 4 Drnvers Club Man am I 4 grou n man J uork mart I do BEVERLY ANN CEDERHOLM Band 7 3 4 Band Concert 7 3 4 Musrc Festrval 7 3 4 Honor SOCICIY 3 4 OHICC StaH3 4 junnor Play Prompter Semor Play Lnbrary Staff 4 Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 AA Member 1 7 The :ery plllk of perfeftxon 1950 SENIORS WILLIAM HARRY CERRATO Baseball 2 3 Basketball 3 4 Semor Play lntra mural Basketball 2 3 Ye haze heard 0 the patzence 0 lah LEO ROBERT CORNWALL Rifle Club 1 3 Baseball 3 4 lntra mural Basket ball 1 2 Postet Commrttee junior and Senior Play I u uh I kneu me 20011 of learnzng NELSON TRACY CRIPPS Oracle Staff 4 Orchestra Commlttee Senlor Play M4713 small things make a great RICHARD AUSTIN CUSHMAN I mar! follou her through thick ana' thzn ANTHONY VINCENT DAMELIO Baseballl 2 3 4 Scorer for Varsrty 1 2 Jumor Play Senlor Play Intramural Basketball 1 3 Band I 2 3 4 Musrc Festival l 2 3 4 Band Concertl Z 3 4 WBET Broadcast 3 Student Councrl 4 AA Memberl 2 3 CYO Parade 3 Mrnstrel Show Oracle Staff 4 Clad that I lne am I JOHN JOSEPH DEANCELIS Cowl thmgr mme ln fmall packages CLAIRE LOUISE DOCKENDORFF Mmstrel Show 4 Basketball 3 Jumor Play Usher and Semor Partxes A 20166 of comfort and an open hand of help JANE MARIE DOHERTY AA Member 1 7 3 Lunchroom Staff 4 Band 7 3 4 Band Concert 7 3 4 Music Fest1val2 3 4 junior Play Semor Play Usher Mmstrel Show Oracle Staff 4 Softball 3 Ar merry as the dam U long DOMINIC ANTHONY ESPOSITO oothall 7 3 4 Bandl 7 3 4 Band Concert 7 3 4 Musnc Festnvall 7 a 4 Class Presldent 3 jumor Play AA Memherl 7 R1lleClubl 7 lntra mural Basketball l WBET Broadcast 3 Mmstrel Show 4 Letterman 4 Student Councrl Brrghton Con ventlon 3 CYO Parade w I am a part of all that I haze met WILLIAM GEORGE EVANS Friends are all that matter 1950 , .1 ., 9 ' ' L - , ,. H f ' f '- l . ' , Q A ,, 9 - I 1 2 " H A r ' '- Q . ,, 1 . .. H , - - ,f , ' , , , L ' , L ' L A L I - , 4 , , 4 .Q E 4 . . , . .9 - . - 4 4: H I 'V vw I . 1 I . an A 3 5 ' u y 1 WBET Broadcast 3g Refreshment Committee jumot u ' I iv - - , -, Z Q - . . . . . w , I, I -, , , , ., 5 L ' 4: , . ,. , ,, F -.,.A'1 ,-.,.4L I 1. - ' . ' 1 . ' ' . -My. .-,..', 3.4, L . t -. -1 ,-: - 5 H as I H' A: fp - .Q . . . f. . SENIORS CLAIRE MARGARET FOLEY AA Memberl 2 3 Bandl 2 3 4 Mustc Fes ttval I 2 3 4 Juntor Play Usher Band Concert 1 2 3 4 WBET Broadcast 2 3 'Tlaefer nothing half .fo meet zn lffe ar loner mung dream SHIRLEY ANNE FREDERICKSON AA Member 2 3 Lunchroom Staff 3 Rtfle Club 2 3 4 FHA Member 1 2 3 4 Twtrltng Sentor Play Usher My dagr are J'Z41ff8V than a zz eazferf Jlauttle RALPH GEORGE FRYE Lunchroom Staff 4 Rifle Club 2 3 4 Ttcket Com mxtree Jumor Play Happmerr :J the onlg good DOROTHY ROSE GABARDI AA Memberl 2 3 FHA Member2 3 f Mm strel Show 4 Ttcket Commtttee Juntor P ay Bug ar the dm IJ long ROBERT ALMON GRAY Baseballl 2 3 4 Baslcetballl 7 3 4 Captain of Basketball 3 4 Class Treasurer 3 4 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 4 AA Member I 2 Alternate Repre sentattve for Senator 4 Ar the greater! only are WILLIAM LEO HARDY Rtfle Club 2 3 4 Refreshment Commlttee 4 Prove all tbmgr bold far! that ubzfla ff good FRANK WILLIAM HARRIS Football I 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Junior Varsxty Baseball I 2 Intramural Basketball I 3 Band I 2 3 4 Eastern Massachusetts Mustc Festtvall 2 3 4 New England Mustc Festtval 2 3 4 Band Concert 1 2 3 4 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 4 Student Coun ctl I Room Captain Magaztne Drtve I CYO Par ade WBET Broadcast 3 AA Memberl 2 3 Studfer .verve for defzglyl for ornament and for ahzlm HARRIE JOHN HOLMES JR Drtvtng Club 1 Basketball l Lunchroom Staff I am llae mailer of my fate DONALD TILESTON ISAAC Bandl 2 3 4 Band Concertl 2 3 4 New Eng lmcl Mustc Festtval 3 4 Massachusetts Mustc Festtval I 2 3 4 Junior Play Sentor Play Minstrel Show 4 Nattonal Honor Sortety 3 4 Lunchroom Staff 3 4 Oracle Ltterary Staff 4 CYO Parade 3 Eclttor Chtef Oracle A courage to endure and to obea WILLIAM GEORGE JENSEN AA Member 2 3 Baseball 4 A une man rzezer lower bn zufffom 1950 -- , , , , , , , 1 9 1 1 r 7 fl. , ,, ,- V 7 ' . ' ' v .- , , , 1, , , , .-. , . , , 1. H , , ,- V . U ! V 3 Y - rr - - I H .. , ... - .. .JL ' , l. , , , , ,-,.,, 'V . . ' , , ., , I Y ' ' . , , -- , , 'F , '7 . ,U . . M, , - , , , ., , 7 7 - y-Q 1 3 ,, ., . , . , , Y H 9 y 1 3 ' , , . . . ' . 7. , , -- , ,, . . . V , ,, , . , . 4 9 1 Y Y 1 7 v 1 ' K I Y , , ,, , , , - , . , , , -tn- H WH .. .., . . SENIORS NORMAN OTTO JOHNSON The time to he happy :J nou WILLIAM ALEXANDER JOHNSTON Deedx not uordr LEO JONES JR Football 3 4 Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 Intra mural Basketball 3 AA Member 3 Publxcrty Commrttee Semor Play In thy uudom make me une JOSEPH MICHAEL KEANE Baseball 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Football 2 3 Sensor Play Commrrree Oracle Staff 4 Rlfle Cu I2 3 4 Letterman2 3 4 Let every man he marter of hu time CLAIRE MARIE KENNEY Mmsrrel Show 4 A A Member l F H A Member 'The lzght that her zn uomarz J eyer LOUISE FRANCES KERRIGAN AA Member 1 THOMAS GORMAN KILEY Intramural Basketball 3 Lunchroom Stal? 4 Mm strel Show 4 He proit: mort uho Jerve: her! RONALD ALAN KOSKI I meant to do my work today ELSIE ANNETTE LABELLE Basketball 2 3 4 FHA Member 2 3 Class Sec rerary 3 4 Tvurler 7 3 Drum Major 4 AA Mem ber 1 2 3 jumor Play Usher Semor Play Prompter Lunchroom Staff 4 Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 Band Con cert 2 3 4 Band Festrval 2 3 4 Rich rn the grace all uomen denre SHIRLEY FRANCES LAKEY jumor Play Semor Play AA Member 2 3 Great thought: like great deedr need no trumpetr 1950 , . , - ,U ff , n I - 7 ' I , : I I 1 - 1 9 . . 1 rf ly- V' n l , , 9 -. : u y 2 Q Q 1 b , , , 1 , , . tt - - U ' 3 . . 3 . . . 2. f - - - , v , ln junior Playg Football 3, 45 Baseball 45 Basketball 3: . 5 5 . er 3 W rr PP Y! , 1 'H -, 1 I 4 - - - , , 1 2 Q s . 4 - , y Q w v - 3 ' g . . , , . , V ' SENIORS MARY KATHERINE LANE AA Member 1 2 Oracle Stal? 1 2 Lrbrary Staff 3 Minstrel Show 4 Softball 3 And ue are the dreamerr of dreams DAVID KENNETH LEVESQUE Llbrary Staff 4 My toll tr over and my uorh begun ROBERT LAWRENCE LEVESQUE Better late than never FREDERICK AUSTIN MCKEEMAN AA Memberl 2 3 Lunchroom StaHI 2 3 4 Football 3 jumor Play Semor Play Color Bearer 1 2 3 4 Mmstrel Show 4 Assrstant Baseball Man ager 3 4 A merry face If the ref7eetz0n of a merry heart BARBARA ANN MCLAUGHLIN jumor Play Usher Semor Play Usher A A Mem ber 3 Lxbrary Staff 3 Delegate to Grrls State 3 Freshman Basketball Team T15 eafy enough to he pleamnt BARBARA ANN MCLEER Bandl 2 3 4 AA Memberl 2 Band Festxval WBET Broadcast 1 2 Oracle Staff 4 N0 legacy 15 Jo rzch as honefty CARL LORIMEN MACAULEY JR AA Member 1 2 Rrfle Club I Z Baseball 4 Room Captam Magazme Drlve 1 A life that leads' melodtour uayfr HELEN OLGA MACUCH Softball 2 3 4 Mmstrel Show 4 Llbrary Stal? 2 FHA Member 2 Basketball 4 Senlor Play Usher Jumor Play WBET Broadcast 2 Natronal Honor Soc1ety 3 4 AA Member 3 Band Concertl 2 5 Cheerleader 4 Wzth a heart for any fate GEORGE FREDERICK MAHONEY He .rhall cut pathuayr earl and u e.rt PAUL IVER MALM Lunchroom Staff 4 AA Member 2 3 Basketball 7 Stage Manager Mmstrel Show 4 He that hath a merry heart hath 4 contznual feast 1950 .4 . , 9 , 9 Q Q - H , .H fr I - - I I V, U ff U . . , , Q t , , , A Q A 9 I Q , l , Z S ' , . ff , - - , If ' , ' 5 . . - Q Q 1 If ' I YI . , , , 4 - . , 4 ' l, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3g Band Concert I, 2, 3, 45 , y Q - H ' ' II , . - . . 5 U , 5 1 , ,, 5 ' 5 A : . : . Q 9 U Q Q S , Q - - Z Q , I H ' . ll ff , , , ,, A: . - , L .., . ., V . ,, . SENIORS RITA H MANDEVILLE AA Member I 2 3 Mmstrel Show 4 Jumor Play Cheerleader 3 4 Lxbrary Staff 2 And all my dau are trancer JOSEPHINE R IVIATTIACCIA AA Member l 7 3 Junlor Play Senlor Play Usher Mmstrel Show 4 Surg num Jorrou raft army cure MARY MOULIASON junior Play Usher Mmstrel Show 4 Senlor Party Commrttee 'Tu only noble to be good ELEANOR MAE NASON Basketball 1 2 3 4 FHA Member 1 2 Softball 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 AA Mem I 2 Her uayr are uau of pleamntnen VIRGIL MELVIN NAVEAU Football 3 4 DI'lVlI'lg Club 2 Jumor Play Oracle Staff 4 Student Councll 3 4 Student Councxl Mar shal 3 Intramural Basketball 2 Delegate Student Councxl Convenuon m C n ord ELEANOR ANNETTA NORMAN AA Member 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Natronal Honor SOCICI-'Y 3 4 Junior Play Sen lor Pla Usher Y Domg eanly ubal when find dzffzculz zr talent CARL LEONARD OLSON jumor Play Band 2 3 4 Band Concert 2 3 4 Muslc Festrval 2 3 4 Oracle Staff 4 WBET Broad cast 2 WHDH Song Poll 4 Lunchroom Staff 4 A A Member I Mmstrel Show 4 CYO Parade 3 You uere born for romethmg great BARBARA HELEN O MALLEY Semor Play Usher Mmstrel Show 4 AA Mem ber 2 3 FHA Member 4 A roul ar uhzte ax lseazen EDWARD WILLIAM ONEIL Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 Mmstrel Show 4 Football 3 Intra mural Basketball 7 3 Baseball 4 Man 11 the meufure of all lbmgf MARJORIE ELIZABETH PETERS Mmstrel Shovx 4 Still .fmall lfllffd 1950 . . . A - . . , . A, , S y Q - . . , -, ,Q ' 'L ' Q . ,, ,WVV X ., 4 ' 4 ' f P ' . If , , , 4 . . . , ,3, 4: , 5 - 9 . . - ber , , 3. ,, , , , ,, . 4 ' ' 1 4 ' :A 1 v 1 ' - . l 5 3 o c . "An bone!! man 11 the nobler! zwork of God." - - A 4 I , , 9 I , U , 4 , 5 5 - ,, . .' V . . . ,, l ' I 1 9 , , 4 1 v S Q ' . f. . Y 4 V l I 4 ' 9 g . . . . .. V . ,, ' 1 ' 3 . . - v Q - - - . Q A 3 Q ' -, Q . .. . . ,, . I A, . SENIORS BIRGIT LINNEA PETERSON Class Secretary 2 Student Councrl 1 D A R Dele g te 4 junror Play Usher Senror Play Room Cap- t nn Magazrne Drrve l Graduatnon Usher 3 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 AA Member I 2 3 Mmstrel Snow 4 Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 Delegate to Grrls St re 3 Drlvrng Club 4 The longer you knou her the better you like her THEODORE LOUIS REESE Football l 2 3 4 Class Presrdent 2 Student Councrl 4 Junror Rotarran 4 Football Kmg 2 Stage Manager Mmstrel Show 4 Intra mural Basketball 1 2 Lunchroom Staff 4 Letterman 4 Strength of heart and might of limb CONSTANCE JESSICA RUSSO A A Member I 2 3 Lrbrary Staff 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Student Councrl 3 junror Play Usher Senlor Play Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 Delegate to Grrls State 3 Room Captarn Magazrne Drlve 3 M1 s Hush 4 Student Councrl Marshal 3 Leave szlence to the God: I am but human WILLIAM CHARLES SEAVERNS Football 7 3 4 Baseballl Student Councrl 2 3 Mmstrel Show 4 Senate Delegate 4 Student Coun cnl Marshal 3 Mme tr a tzrne of peace xt tr not often I grxeve JEANETTE FRANCES SMITH Member 2 3 Punt me ar I am RONALD EDWARD SMITH Football 2 3 4 Student Councrl l Rrfle Club For the apparel oft proclaim: the man WILLIAM DAVID SPROULES Drtvrng Club 2 Sennor Play Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 Science tr vartly more rtzrnulattng to the :mag matron than the clarszcs CHESTER ARTHUR STRICKLAND AA Memberl 3 WBET Broadcast 2 Bandl 2 3 4 Music Festlvall 2 3 4 New England Musrc Fest1val2 3 4 Band Concertl 2 3 4 Baseballl 7 3 4 jumor Play Lunchroom StaH4 Muna flour from happy heartr JEAN ANN STUDER Basketball 4 Honor Socrety 3 4 AA Member 1 7 3 FHA Member 2 3 4 Junror Play Usher Fame :J the perfume of heros: deeds MARGERY ANN TAYLOR Class Vrce Presrdent 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Library Staff 4 Oracle Literary Staff 4 junror Play Mmstrel Show 4 Room Captann Magazrne Drrve 3 WBET Broadcast 2 AA Member 2 Delegate to Grrls State 3 Drrvrng Club 4 I am not poor I have my dreamr 1950 f g g . . . - ii Q Q Q - - Q - 4 Q Q - - Q Q Q Q Q a g . . V . ,, Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q ' Q Q Q - 'P ' ' U , . - - Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q s 3 . ., . ,Q -Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q ' ,, . . . . . . ,, , . Basketball 1, 2g A.A. Member 1, 2, 3g F,H.A. , . QQ - QQ Q , Q 1 1- fl ' ll Q Q ' ' ' fr - - Q Q Q Q Q . Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q X. ' . -Q . . Q - Q- - , Qv Q Q Q - - Q -Q ,Q - - - Q Q Q - Q, - - QQ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 1 - . 1 ,Q QQ . SENIORS EDWARD MANN TEED Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 A A Member 2 3 Class Treasurerl 2 Lunchroom Staff 3 Semor Play Txcket Commnttee He goex his Jmooth any MARY MAUDE WALIZER AA Member 1 2 3 Semor Play Sher quiet hut Jher une DRUSCILLA W WARREN AA Member 1 2 3 Semor Play Usher Junror Play Usher Lnbrary Staff 4 Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 The mzrror of all courtesy ALBERT PRESTON WHITAKER AA Member 1 Semor Play Oracle Llterary Staff 4 Oracle Busmess Staff 4 We walk by fazth and not by .rzght ANN MARIE WINTERS F H A Member 2 Lunchroom Staff 4 A A Mem ber 2 3 Minstrel Show 4 Lxbrary Staff 2 WBET Broadcast 3 Band Concert 2 3 In her tongue 1: the law of hmdnen JOHN PAUL WORTH JR R1He Club 1 2 3 4 Oracle Busmess Staff 2 A mule 14 :th an mient to do mischief ELSIE ELIZABETH CONROD F H A Member 2 3 4 Band Concert 2 Safe Drrv mg Class 4 Basketball 3 WBET Broadcast 'Thou uert my guzde philoropher and friend DORIS NAOMI JOPE AA Member 1 2 3 Rnfle Club 1 I uould help other! 1950 'S B0 Fmnk McDermott Fred Teed Kent Kexrh Kem Kenh Frank McDermott Parker Rlchfrrds Hugh Lynch wllllim Hflteh Royal Mann Fred Teed Torn Worth umor Class MOST ATHLFTIC MOST POPULAR HANDSOMEST PIRSONALITY PLUS MOST VERSATILE WITTIFST BEST STUDENT BLST MANNERS POFS MOST FOR SCHOOL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED H61 Gzr Edm Ebbs Barbfxm Klleoyne Doris Crowley Plullne Tardanlco Pure Copeland PQIIICIH Boyd ane Young Barbara Foote Agnes Hobson me Young JUNIOR CLASS OFFICFRS tle I to right! Marle Gxllrs Vue Premient Bfrrbara K1lcoyne Secretary Fred Toed Premienl Pdrker Rrehfrrds Treamrer O y F' I " 1 . - FRIENDLIEST Marie Gillis I . l B U Donald Nelson Rrchard Powers Garrett Keane Richard Powers Rlchard Powers Wllllam Ebbs Edward Hunter Wllllam Ebbs Edward Hunter Rlchard Powers Rlehard Powers SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Wllllam Ebb Treumref Barbara Ludlam Vue Preumlefzl D.11sy Elumlt Secrelurj Sophomore Class MOST ATHLETIC MOST POPULAR HANDSOMEST PERSONALITY PLUS MOST VERSATILE XVITTIEST BEST STUDENT FRIENDLIEST BEST MANNERS DOES MOST FOR SCHOOL MOST LIKELY T0 SULCEED R1Ch 1rd Pom ers Pre slffefzt U7 Gzr Rosemary Burme Barbara Ludlam Beth Graham jane Ohnston Pat Bens Grace Burns Dalsy Blumlt Jane ohnston Mary Murphy Par Bens Dalsy Blumlt y "I j J L ' J ffefl to riylalr 1 ' - W 1 l Bo Peter Smnth Rxchard Holmes Charhe Curran Richard Holmes Rlchard Holmes Albert Rodd ames Collms Paul Lyman Rxchard Holmes Rlchard Holmes Freshman Class MOST ATHLETIC MOST POPULAR HANDSOMEST PERSONALITY PLUS MOST VERSATILE WITTIEST BEST STUDLNT FRlENDLIhST DOES MOST EOR SCHOOL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Gu' Audrey Hxbbett Marllyn Larson joyce DeMerr1tt Glorla Russo Joyce DeMerr1tt Marjorle Mandavxlle oan umn Theresa Banda Marnlyn Larson joan umn FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ilefl to rzglytj oan umn Secretary Gary Hawklns--Treasurer oyce Demerltt Vue Prerzdent Rmhard Holmes-Prerzdem U8 y, W 'Z . J ' I J Q ' James Collins BEST MANNERS Natalie Hoeg . 1 Q . J Q' - f J . - .A . l MRS ATWOOD Class W1ll FTER scrutlntzlng the most unusutl wnlls whrch I h1ve drum up I hnd that the one of Mr Senlor Class of Stetson Hlgh School w1s the most xnterestmg How well I remembel that cold wet miserable nlght the telephone rang and I was called to 1 ptrtys house to draw up a will as Doctor Galvm sand Mr Class would dxe june 9 1930 As I entered Room 14 there he was wlth hrs head slumped over hrs Engltsh book He was wrttrng hns last theme of the year He paused as I drew near smiled and uttered Ah at last you have come H then began to dtctate between long pauses for breath the followmg wtll to me To- MR R R POWDERLY an excess supply of tracing paper for maps CRIMMINS all the broken lab equipment and 1 paid up membershlp IH the Plumbers Unxon so he can ftx all dratns nn the Lab wlthout offending whoever the Plumbers Mr Petrlllo IS LEHTINEN all the undone theorems of the Solnd Geometry class plus the nme llves at trlbuted to our fellnes to keep hmm stfc durlng Safe DIIVIDE MISS GALVIN an Engltsh class thtt ns brlghtcr U9 th1n ours IIs that posslblc Miss MISS BREWSTER A fur coat to keep hcr warm durlng English and Vocabulxry cltsses MR ZA PUSTUS a football U1 team MISS CONNORS 1 palr of roller skates to expedite her pertpatetlc assrgnments MISS LORDAN an 1dd1ng machlne for countlng te money taken nn by th lunchroom MISS O NEIL a new phonograph 1nd a trn ear for lxstemng when we break out IU French songs MISS LAPPEN 1 new record for the dancmg rn the girls gym cltsses plus m1ny ptrtners MR THOMAS 1 mustc room full to bursting wlth real VJ IUUSILIIDS the w1y of SLlppllCS llDLlllLlll'lf,., 1 lrttlc talent I MISS THOMPSON an orchld from the letter men MISS SCHOMER MRS MCCANN patlence to put up mth the would be all our loxe for Caesar chefs of Amerlca MISS KELLEY MRS HARRIS an all unlor Dramatic Club an endless supply MISS FOLEY cheese an overslzed gavel to help keep order MRS SIMMONS a new contract mth the tuna frsh can nerxes HOLMES a years subscrlptlon to House Beau trful o he can make plans for hrs Boller Slttlng room of the future CILGAN Wele1ve Per1od"' of macaront and at the class meetmgs MR DALY More romances to f1nd out about R MISS GOOD More checks for the jumor Busmess students to Dractrse on MISS BRENNAN R a mce new paxr of kmttxng needles And to the students who are to follovt us rn th trymg path of knowledge we lease our love our amb1t1on and flf vue can bellexe our ears: the vert last tear ID The Stetson Bulld mg Then ts a burst of generosnty vue bequeath to them the new mxllxon and a half dollar build mg However we reserxe the rxght from tnmc to tnme to usnt them ID thenr new envtronment to read not the urxtnng on the xx Ill but the ctrvlngs on the desks And so thts the last vull and test1ment of the brrlhant Class of 1930 wxtnessed by tts seventy seven students IS submltted on thus Fr1l1y the d 15, of une nmth tn tl1e ye1r of our Lord one thousand mne hundred and fifty Sxgned and hled Donald Isaac 50 Il9l C Q ' ' 1 ' 1 z ' , 2 . Y 1 ' . ' , , 1 Y, 1 . 1 2 2 I . V K . . 1 . . . e s 1 a : 4 - L S . M A . 1 . 1 . ' ' K h - . e . -K 4 I 1 2 4 4 , a ' 2 1 ' 1 'z , ' 1 z . I 7 K . l y. . Q I Y 1 1 4 l I 7 ' . 1 . l 1 4. 2 . 4 ' . . Oalvlnfj pamts, brushes, crayons-anythlng rn ' 1 ' ., ' f 1 ' I A L Y l . ' 7 1 I ' ' I .. S. . S ' . U ' 74 V . V . ' . t Y Y. I I . v ' ' l U . s M . 1 , . 2 . y Y w v 4 1 ' 7. t 7 I ' 1 ' ' 1' ' t ' . ' I 1 -. I I ,, , 7 It , 1 7 . - , 1 ', 1 ' J . 1 I Y . . , , Class Prophecy Randolph Mass June IO 1960 Miss ane Doherty Parts France Dear Jane I was terribly sorry to recerve your telegram saytng that you would be unable to attend our reunton whtch was held last ntght As secretary of the class I am wrtttng to all those who could not attend to tell them all that has happened to our classmates tn the last ten years I don t know exactly where to begln because there IS so much to tell but lets begtn wrth the class offtcers Of course you remember DOM ESPOSITO Hts band ts becommg qutte popular through out New England MARGIE TAYLOR IS happtly marrted and has stx cute l1ttle boys BOBBY GRAY IS now a great star w1th the Red Sox MARGIE BONETTI and BIRGIT PETER SON came all the way from Hollywood to at tend They are starrtng tn the new musrcal show Dancing tn the Dark From New York came BARBARA BARKER who IS now 1 Powers model JOSEPH BUCKLEY a leadtng New York polxttcran and ELEANOR NOR MAN who ts dress desrgner for the world known DRU WARREN Dress Shop We had all ktnds of professtons represented FRANK CATANO IS a local denttst and MAR JOHNSTON a leadmg doctor wtth the help of DR FRANK HARRIS has successfully opened Randolphs flrst hospxtal DOROTHY GABARDI CLAIRE FOLEY and ELSIT CONROD are some of the nurses tn the n xx hospltal BARBARA BECK owns a new modern beauty shop m Brockton and workmg as her asststants are CLAIRE DOCKENDORF SHIRLEY FREDERICKSON MARY MOU LIASON and BARBARA OMALLEY BARBARA MCLAUGHLIN IS secretary to NELSON CRIPPS who ts Prestdent of the Ftrst Nattonal Stores of New England Vrce Prestdent IS WILLIAM JENSON and some of therr dtstrtct managers mclude RALPH FRYE who has the New Hampshtre dtstrtct WILL IAM CERRATO of the Vermont dxstrtct PAUL MALM of Massachusetts drstrrct and RONALD KOSKI of Marne dlstrtct BUDDY MACAULEY and TED REESE are co owners of a local rtdtng school ANN WINTERS and MARY WALIZER are book keepers for the Isaac Nattonal Bank I70 The teachers of the new htgh school are well represented by our classmates RICHARD CUSHMAN teaches Chemtstry DORIS JOPE IS the Art teacher HELEN MACUCH teaches sentor Enghsh and ELEANOR NASON IS the new Gym teacher ALBERT WHITAKER has been the assxstant prtnctpal for the last two years TONY D AMELIO and JOHN DFANGEL IS have opened a llne of restaurants along the Cape Some of the hostesses of these restaurants are DOT BOYNTON MARY LANE CLAIRE KENNEY and LOUISE KERRIGAN EDDIE ONEIL has just opened hrs new air ltne at STRICKLAND Axrport SHIRLEY LAKEY BEVERLY CEDERHOLM RUTH BROWN JEANETTE SMITH and RITA MANDEVILLE are worktng as stewardesses on the ONEIL Atr Lme BILLY SEAVERNS JACK WORTH HARRY HOLMES EDDIE TEED and LEO CORNWALL are pllots for thts alr l1ne The LEVESQUE brothers own the Randolph Drtve In Theater NORMAN JOHNSON IS edltor 1n chief of the Randolph Herald LEO JONES GORMAN KILEY and CARL OLSON are hrs edttors BARBARA MCLEER rs the Art Editor and CONNIE RUSSO ts the Soctety Edrtor RONALD SMITH IS a local real estate dealer and yesterday I was told that he recently sold EPH KEANE whtch they tntend to convert 1nto a large hotel BILLY EVANS owns a u kms' Co P nd WILLIAM HARDY and GEORGE MAHONEY are hrs drtvers Those unable to attend were JEAN STUD ER who IS on a concert tour tn Europe WILL IAM SPROULES who ts worktng on the Atomtc expernment ln Texas JOSEPHINE MATTIACCIA who ts aboard with her hus band FREDDY MCKEEMAN who IS a famous comedtan and at the trme of our reumon was rn New York domg a TClCV1SlOH Show and SKAIDRITE ABERS who 15 at present teach mg tn Europe Very truly yours E ste PS And whxle you re styltng gowns for M Dror there tn Parts Im here tn Randolph stylrng hats for Codmans Such IS lrfe' E ste Q J , ' , JORIE PETERS is this assistant., WILLIAM 3 large home to VIRGIL NAVEAU and 105. I ' ' , rr r ' h nr rn 51 l I . . ' 1 - . U 1 . - I SEN I AMIABLE BLASE gH1213RFt,L DETERMINED ENTERTAINING FRECKLLD GULLIBLF IRRESISTIBLL JOVIAL KNOWING LAW ABIDING MODISH NIMBLE UBLIGING PERSUASIVL QUIZZICAL RELIABLE SENTIMENTAL TEMPERMENTAL UNDERSTANDING VOCIFEROUS WOW' the unknovs n fMy sterlous' YOUNGEST ZEALOUS 4? 15 F f Dru Warren Rrta Mandevllle Barbara Beck Mary Moulrason Helen Macuch Conme Russo barblrl MLL ll.l5l1llf1 Beverly Cederholm elnette Smith Claire Kenney Mtrgxe Bonnettr Dot G lbardr Dot Boynton Mary Lane Shrrley F redermkson Marne Peters Skardrrte Abers Mary Wallzer Ruth Brown jean Studer J ne Doherty Ann Wnnters Llalre Foley Barbart O Malley Margle Tlyl0f llc mor Norman bnrgrt Peterson Eleanor Nason Shlrley Lakey Loulse Kerng m Barbara Barker Dorzs ope Elsle L1Bellc barbara MtLeer Llure Dockendorf Pl ,of '4 6' GR U Iared McKeeman Brll Seaverns Harrre Holmes Qorman K1ley Prank Harrrs B111 Cerrato 'Iony DAmel1o Dom Esposito Leo Cornw 1ll Billy Ev ms Ron tld Koskl joe Ixemc B111 Johnston oe Buckley Bobby Levesque Ralph Frye Bobby Gray Brll Jensen Leo jones john DeAngel1s Frlnk Cttmo Ronnle Smith Fddle ONe1l George Mahoney Drvnd Levesque Qlrl Olson Nelson Crrpps 'Ied Reese Dlck Cushm ln Chet Strltkllnd Vxrgrl Nave 1U Albert Whrttaker Eddie Teed Jack Worth Buddy MdC1Ul6y 'Nlorman ohnson Leo C orrm all Donnxe Isuc. Bully Sproules ff f EA I Q Pt A f J ! 1 J 4 -Izlfijfi ' ' I 1 z 'z Y ' 2 J: ' HAPPY-GO-LUCKY jo Mattiaccia Paul Mulm l . .l ' fl ' L 4 V . , 7 1 ,. . . 7. 2 x: " U f " ' J 1 r J Y .2 -l I ,gr A fr vip.. 5 My M' 4. n- s- 'Q-.,. 4 I wb!! "f-gME"- , 22,27 M M '5 2-vi. ,w," Senior Q r :Lf 5'3- Serenade X., Dreamer r Holiday Don! Cry joe ICan Dream Can ll Some Enchanted Ezcnrnr To Eaah Hu Oun Wfe ll Bzzzld u Bzuzgulou Dear Hearty and Genflc People Raczng Wzlb ibe Moon A Lozcly Bunch o Cmonnzt Cool Wfntcr 1Lozc Hon So Mznln It Hmm Crmnnr, Donn the Rlzef There Mui! Be a Wzy My Hnppzne ti Buttons and B014 i Frboer S1111 ou C1 I Gel a 'lbrlll Tblrzklrzr o H on 0 K Lomf Drop Thu! Gun A Worzder ul Guy I llfanf Io Go Home lV1Zb Yoz Slaughter on 10115 Azenne I Gel Ll Kick On! o 5 ou Careleir Hnnrlf Czrcnr jealonr Henfti Someday Dime az Dozen A541112 Let J Hmrnonzze ltr a Graaf Feelzng Muna Mum zllzmr I Sam' My Pujarmzi . . Open Door Open Army , .. Dadclyfi' Litlle Girl . , " -.ff 1 f1So"75- No Homework Coach New Hiyah School Senior Prom Diplomt Smokers Club Sen or Class Driving, Class English 4A Corridor Bubblers Stetson Provincetown Trip To piss English tests Cridufition Senior Pictures Bind Reheirsals Sophomores Seniors Looking Back Rifle C lub Our Principal Homework Football Footbill Practices Lab Accidents Girls Gym Class uniors Well Grtduate Freshmen Wtrniny, Cards Chorus A in English Band Concert I sud my lines . . School Begins Office Girls You Must Have Been '1 Beautiful Baby Ronald Smith -. Dorothy Gabardi . Donald Isaac . " o Keane . Harrie Holmes . Eleanor Nason . Barbara O'M'1lley . Ralph Frye , Gorman Kiley - . Fred McKeem'1n - . Connie Russo -Q Margery Taylor -S Eleanor Norman - Barbara Mcl.eer - Albert Whitaker .. Shirley Frederickson - ean Studer - Dick Cushman - Ruth Brown . Claire Foley . Helen Macuch , Barbara Barker Q4 . 7"- J' " S x I.I 'Q 1 ' db is ! B ' M ' ,- e L- ' o .J A K. 't, k ,H K A' f ' , ,... . ., 1 . ,. .,., k , A V A P V J I is 3? 3? 9? 'W C C . 1? f 73 S4 13 74 J " as 14 7D J 36 J" 15 76 4, . 16 77 38 1 . 17 y as 39 . .K r ' 18 79 40 ' f 19 f 30 41 ' f 70 , 31 . 47 j , 91 37 J 43 vu , K 33 f 44 XJ . Druscilla Warren . Frank Catano . " 0 Mattiaccia . . Robert Levesque . William ohnston . Birgit Peterson . David Levesque . Carl Olson . Barbara Beck . Virgil Naveau . Dom Esposito , Palm Malm . Rita Mandeville . Ann Winters . Mary Lane . Mary Walizer -. Leo ones . ane Doherty , . Beverly Cederholm . Shirley Lakey . Elsie Conrod . Claire Kenney If All the Semors were Une ARDILY we read MacBeth and we won dered what would happen rf the three wrtches dumped the whole Semor class mto that seethlngj cauldron what would emerge from this melting pot' What would one sen lor made of all senrors be llke We decided upon an experxment not qunte so drastrc as the wrtches brew but yust as mterestlng nn results And so we grve you the composlte semor Sa :nf Automobile Cigarette Past1me Sport Newspaper Magzzrne Theatre Movle Actor Movie Actress Athlete Radro Program Song, School Subject Food Book Male Vocallst Female Vocalrst T V Program La 19505 Honor Drop Dead Chez z 16 Clnerterheld Sleeping Bnfeoall Boflon Globe 1 e Aron Drzze In Boo Hope june Alljmfz Ted Wzllzfzffzr Bo fron Ballroom 1 ff lac Wild Coore Sfetfon of count Plz a Lorna Doone Return of the Name Vaughn Monroe Dorn Day Mzlton Berle june 91h 1950 MAIORETTES Helen Macuch Robert Gray Brrgxt Peterson Jo eph Buckley Frmk Harris Donald Isaac Beverly Cederholm Carl Olson eau Studer Eleanor Norman WH Fur t Row tlefl to rz IJIJ Barbara Krlcoyne Bern dette Gnllxs Ruth Sass Glorxa Semensl Elsre . Y A -- K Y ' 1 V ' h ' ' r f K 1 . Ky. 5 ., I . , . I Y , , , . C y f 1 1 f ' ' ., .. . ,. Englirlv K ' , . , . I . - Y 1 I - I ' y , . IE1 Pl? ll? Pl? ll? 'K'X'E'5'i'E'i'K'i'E'S'E'L'E'X2 ' ll 9 5 4 4 1 4 2 4 ' ' 2 5 1 v 2 6 2 . ' f , 2 4 ' 2 4 ' 2 l 2 1 ' ' 5 'ff : ' 2 5 f A r - A - I A 4 1- I v a C Second Row: Doris Crowley, Cynthia Palmer Nlar 4X-X-5.5.g.y.g.x.y.x.x-g.g.g.y.g.g.g.I '- SQQHIAL 42? if 5 4 Sk CHOOL 'Y Bea fvs N' 'X J fx SEM' 7 xx X Xqxxwkxx 3 2 Q11 Y x Magi SENIOR PLAY afsr Poor Fownfzo X C.,- wx f K !l!if,9W C! 'N FooTBALL BEGNVS 2 ,Q vu Nui? GGRD f' ' f C 3 -gg U :'..""E.SaT PRA-'SEAf7'Ar aiu QF DRIVING CAR SW wg 5' J 1 L, Email A y cHR'5f"'A5 PA QFB fy X x X Xkfp C5351 00 P1 T xx 14 ii -ff , LG 7 1 My g - 1 ' Wy AX N12 if W 'Z 2 "NN K 1, 1 1 -A27 fff W "1 X ff- Qf' t Q X Xl! 6 1 ff 23"-4, 5 'fjf 1' K -' -X Q66 'f 1 '- X' fl, . I fzfff I ' ., -f W Y 1 ff:?f.'f- 'Q fry , ' f " 77'f'f2: ww Q 'ing ---.. k C VO , 4 41' ' "' 2 if ff ll L, aff" , Z I - 5 45 H fa x E Q' '5 C 5 'T-Y ,, e' 3 gx A ,af 2 K M ff X as A X jf U fx W 1 X V 2 x ' N 4 I: glsx K S l W , 'ard i0LO'.: f' by Hin, ,, 4 lab ia f H f N , h IWW I" I HI: xg. X I 'XXX X-,, ' x 3 X xx xx- X . N ' - 'x ' , -E fr lim' 4 CQ 7 I MCE D -6 F ALENDAUQ y A",x .adv X f NATIONAL X 7, HONOR a SOCIETY J , T F75AZL flvoucrfmv 22 A W '-fic K if 'QX P QQ? 4 Q9 65 C. Y K 1 iid K fi f',V,oR S Q 90,9 Q? ,4 P MAY 5' ffa fri YQ' P? X MSTQRHU 9 S ' WN AMD ?S X s xv , 4: , Cf' " Gflnouarfofv so J'UA!f 9 Z Cn PNOI Af Olfo l I F IIINK : X I Z X f 3? ' x ffm 27 X? , - b X , if f Yin g mn 4,9 XD W? I 4 xg, ,ff ', ' x MX ,Ag f u ' km I X rp Y rf? J N 31: Q 3 E :i r-Qgg:f1:i N K - Q83 X X X i 12, , NA f 1 gf .1 ' f f Q I if,f:K?M XX - f' XL' K A , J W V.. 1- X , 1 ' I 'lf f' R w ':iJ , -l1"'x R gf W XA ' T v,,.z I 'fo'2'f l S ' Q gi VJ ' N2 f f,Ci Q9 .ffmx lf' 1 X 13 X X" lx X , qviifib V: K N, 'J ,f 1 1 ' . l3H-"X if I ' gr A 49 X Il 1 ! ' ' 5 ' Q67 AZX lx' 4 so 9 Q lb Y? 4' 1 W, ' xi --- G 4 rj f' ' Nl VA sln -, 4 0 K, M ff-F . f x K 'f Z ' 'Irs Cf 17 Oracle L1terary St aff front mu fleft to rxghtj Edward ONe1l Beverly Cederholm Ruth Brown Barbara Beck Blfblf Peterson Mxss Galvm advlsor Barbara Barker Druscxlla Warren Margery Taylor Constance Russo Albert Whltalcer Second row Helen Jaques Elsle LaBelle Carl Olson Nelson Cnpps Barbara McLeer Elsle Con rad jane Doherty Frank Catano Anthony DAmel1o Leo Jones Cynthla Palmer Tlami rou Paulme Tardanlco Jane Young Agnes Hobson Vlrgll Naveau Donald Isaac Wxllxanm Sproules Joseph Keane joseph Buckley Barbara Foote Barbara Kxlcoyne Mary Murphy Claxre Mahoney Fourlh rou Cecxlxa Rozen Mary Lou Barry Mary Boothby Rosemary Woodman Chrnsune Rus sel Patlence Bens Ed1th Glover Nancy Farrell Margery Gunther Harvey Cossaboom Patrxcla Copeland Evelyn McLeod IZ8 I 1 1 ' - ' ' 1 'r' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 s 1 ' V , . . 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 V. .. .. Q - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . It s Murder RE you t1red of your grandmother' Does your kld brother g1VC you a pam' If so the solution to your problem ts very simple ust take the safe drtvmg course offered tn our currxculum and your worrles wlll come to an end 1So wnll your grmdmother md brother 9 Besldes offerxng thts worthwhile tccompllsh ment the course tends to strengthen ones ch tr tcter lt will lerd you onto the hlghway towards belng a good cxttzen md ts you are drxvnng on Mr Lehnnens license you should feel no m ner pangs of regret regarding the countless bleedtng bod1es you leave maimed on that hngh way No matter what you do they ll fine Mr L and lock h1m up You are therefore free to terrlfy all the people you wrsh old ladles crrpples and l1ttle chlldren The sky IS the l1m1t We who took Safe Drlvmg thus year feel great prxde tn the rdenttfyrng marks we have left upon the pretty new Ford The scrape along the entrre length of the ctr body whnch IS the result of contact wtth a wall that came too close to us and the left fender th tt xsnt the e any mo e can be crednted to our class Of course the young drlver has a few cb st tcles to overcome the foremost bexng trafftc ltghts and fellow menaces of the ro 1d In refer ence to those llghts that alw tys flash red as the student drlver approtches them I have an ex planatton of what to do just Ignore them' The ctr IS lnsured There lS little we can do to ease the strun of those people who want the whole Z' road to themselves My advlce IS to thmk of somethmg pleasant completely drvertxng your attentron from them Leave the problem of steerlng to Providence When you htve read a very confuslng book about plstons and spark plugs and other equally thrtllmg things you must tackle laws of the road A glrl can xgnore all those right of way rules because Emily Post says Ladles before gentlemen Dr1v1ng ns good for the morale of the 1nd1v1d ual It made fearless creatures of us We had the utmost confidence IU our ab1l1ty but I some tlmes wonder rf Mr Lehtxnen was aware that we were above reproach masters of the hlgh way? He would sllnk down mto the front seat pull up h1s coat collar Call thus glvnng hlm an lntrlglng Alan Lacldlsh appearancej and mut ter Gtve me strength as we bore down on some poor xnnocent We hope that the town apprecnates how won derful and necessary thxs course ts to the hugh school boys and gtrls Of course Crovos s probably becommg a ltttle weary of replaclng the wlndows we crash 1nto and Randolph IS runnnng out of telephone poles but all thxs rs 1ns1gn1f1cant The lmportant thlng 15 that many Stetsonxtes Sears Roebuck licenses clutched IU hand are on the war path I see the Ford rareenmg down Mam Street now and I hear the battle crtes of those happy savages Excuse me Im cllmbmg mto my w1gwam where xts safe Parte Copeland Sl XXI! Sf , 4 N. J 4 E Q JIRA at Egg, X12 476 Q Q - ,..., em xj ai? X51 -J' Q ii? I lllll XXX R Q gflvn so N X FNVW p C 7 A - 1 , l I , 1 , r - ' . ' ' ' 2 ' U I y 2 2 I . L 1 r Y . . . Y . 2-N , - . . . Y 4 ' ' 1 a ' ' ' Y 1 v . ' - I Y ' Q E 1 L I . I . . t . . . . ' 1 A I , I . ' 4 . . 1 - , . - - I - I , - , V . . . , ,, . . ,,, 7 4 I I l U D 7 a . a I . 2 . X . . . . W . L - . , i I c 2 . l 6 q ' . r I R . ' . Q . 1 . N . I A yn . . . ., . 1 I - , - , ' ' 2 , ' . ' . 2' , . - 2 4 K C I . . . 4 I . 1 ' ' . ' ' '. t , ' 1' t ' 1 . L 3 If Q 1 fx gg" '. ' II l .NVE7 ,X , W r C' I .rf cv , I cr . Q ' I - -fi, lf. f,4 I ,re 3 -rx . E414 4 I L. '3 I A ,I 2 if 'niff' 6 v I is , 1 .C TLSYX.. A' N J G - -u.. Q., l K Q X --- at .52 'fat X , e '- , f X, X T A it ' ' Q lx fl -. 7 TT xx T' , 1 Of T l . f 'S -ll My Town IMAGINE everyone has a natural and tender regard for hrs home town rf hrs recollectrons of rt are assocrated wrth pleasant frrends and happy trmes 'Ihrs nostalgrc fondness must also be magnrfied rf the rndrvrdual has spent hrs whole lrfe rn the place of hrs brrth ln my case, although I am not old I have developed a proud attachment to my home town Ran dolph I lrke to feel that rt rs my town I want to feel that every rmprovement made rn th town rs also a personal rmprovement and that every farlure rs a personal loss In short I lrke to thrnk of the town as a part of me and more rmportant, of me as a part of the town Randolph has muth of whrch to be proud Few places can boast of a more beautrrul srght than the southern entrance to Crawford bquare wrth rts large over hangrng trees and rts stately old New hngland homesteads 'Ihe hrgh school although rnaoequate scholastrcally rs not a bad out before rt rs truly very beautrful The many handsome trees on the premrses and the bushes along the front of the burldrng along wrth the World War II honor roll add much to the ap pearance of the school Farther along South Marn Street we may vrew town hall wrth the frne classrc outlrne patterned after the temples of ancrent Greece and Rome Down the marn street of Randolph we see the rmposrng and rarely beautrful archrtectural desrgn of the Turner Publrc Lrbrary The con tents of the lrbrary are also adequate enough to supply the townsfolk wrth materral to develop therr mrnds and broaden therr scope of com prehensron Farther along the street we see con structron of new modern burldrngs and reno vatrons of others rn progress Towards the northern end of the town we encountered the marestrc Blue Hrlls Along North Marn Street too, are many fine old homes and qurte a large number of beautrful new homes Great Pond and rts surroundrng carefully tended landscape also forms a part of North Randolph The five churches of the town are permanent drgnrfied lookrng burldrngs a credrt to those who worshrp under therr roofs The fire depart ment of Randolph rs an able well trarned out fit whrle the polrce department wrthout ex aggeratron, must be the 6065! of any town of comparable srze rn thrs great Commonwealth H0 or possrbly even the country Patrrck McDon neu the cnref rs one of the frnest most just law enforcement oflrcers I ever hope to meet Ihe many crvrc fraternal, and relrgrous organr aatrons offer a chance for r quret unpretentrous socral lrfe I have just lrsted the good thrngs of the town As everywhere there are bad features rn Ran dolph brrt I belreve the more serrous of thesc rre berng rcmecrreo An ambrtrous school ex pansron program hrs been undertaken to al levrate crowued school condrtrons 'lhe marn street rs to be vt rdened consrderably to take care of a serrous traffrc srtuatron and other streets rre to be reparred followrng the proposel pass rge of a Betterment Act 'lhere rs the problem of a sewer rge system but that rs not berng over lt oked by the town frthers who are studyrng rt There are many other problems such as ade quate housrng of the fire department but these 1 practrcrl solutron Takrng all these rforesard rtems rnto consrder atron I feel sure anyone wrll justrfy me rn mv town prrde whrch though preludrced as I may be seems destrned to grow as Randolph grows For added to these materral thrnvs set down rn a materral manner can also be put somethrng whrch cant be wrrtten down somethrng rnsrde of me th rt tells me that thrs rs my town Frank I-larrrs 50 CTUDENT COUNCIL Seated tlefl to nglatj Secretary Pat Bens Presrdent Anthony DAmelro Advrsor Mrss Thomson Vrce Presrdent Barbara Foote Treasurer Rrchard Holmes Standrng Marrlyn Larson Carol Rose Phrlrp Brew ster Agnes Hobson Ted Reese Vrrcrl Naveau Paul Lyman Shrrley Mrlls . . . . Q , y , 7 . . . - - Q ' 1 ,' 7 - '- . . . I ' .S L K . 2 ' . r 7 ' 1 4 ' . 9 - f a . . ' A ' 4- ' . . I A I . . ' 1 ' . N ' - L . 1 . . . L ' 5 3 v V. ' . L . I ' . ' A t . . ' . I 1 ' ' Q . . 1 I 1 U I I ' ' - , ' ' L 2 1 . . Y ' . I I ' H r l, r s ' h . l r , l L ' 4 a F looking structure, and the fine large lawn spread are also berng met wrth patrence and an eye for ' ' ' , , 1 . ' '1 . . . L . 4 I r 2 . D I I K - Q A K I 3 I K . ,l . , . I , ' ' ' , . - g . ' z t ' ' ' , . . . I , I ' ll? PX' ill , . 3 ,. , . 9 9 . . . . . . '. D l ' ' - 3 W . , h . - - y 7 7 I I ' Eleven Twenty AM or Lunchtrme at Stetson H1gh LL rs quret rn the halls of dear old Stetson As qunet that rs as posslble Anyone who has been here wrll know what I mean A bell rs sounded a very soft bell but wrth rt comes disaster for all nn authorrty Doors fly open and seemmgly mhuman creatures zoom eyes pop pmg out m a mad dash for the Lunchroom lhere ns no stoppmg no turmng back' Once you have started you are caught m the raclng current and dumped rn the matter of a few lrfe fearmg moments mto the Food Factory a sea of hungry mouths pressrng rn about you If you are strll under the rmpressnon that you wart rn a lrne to be served poor innocent soul that you are you re about to be drsrllusroned Suddenly you realrze that though you were first you are now last There rs nothmg to do but push your way hopefully up to the wmdow and pray for a hot plate vrz Mtsp potato 1 pea l tsp tunafish dnluted wrth suffrcrent water to make sauce season well wrth garlic so cocnon La Francars Delrght also goody QNote more fancy names add to glve away valuej In passrng I shall offer a word of acl vnce to all newcomers Get m good with Mrs Harrns then you get TWO peas"' To get on After warnng for what seems hours you are told they are all sold out But because nts you they will sell you for no more than five trmes IES value the last rce cream whrch they ve been savrng No comment on how long nts been berng saved Back to your table you go realrzmg why dodge ball IS not taught here You mrght have a farr chance of dodgmg one of the many baskets tables or chandelrers whlch Hy by on no partrcular sched ule As you bulldoze your way along some fresh arr fiend opens the wmdow When rt IS all over you venture out of your portable a1r rard shelter a must for attendance at Stetson and drscover you have fared well thus ume In place of your mnldew covered C oops that s sup posed to be chocolate covered J 1ce cream some thoughtful person has left you a bottle of de lrcrous mxlk well aged for mellowness Vat 1909 After flghtmg your way through a snowstorm of popcorn to the door you find there are snll two mmutes of the frve mmute lunch penod left Before the bell rmgs and the students as sume thelr usual teach us lf you dare expres snons let s take a look around Mrsguxded mnssxles shooting from all corners Ccheck Mr Gllgan having hrs mornmg work outb bemg tossed from balcony to balcony Roger' One must wade through debrns books and fallen souls who drdn t eat thenr Wheatles for breakfast Good good' Ahh' Here are the love brrds Doesn t nt do your heart good to see them' She wrth a fistful of his harr he wrth hrs arms around her rn a hammer lock How sweet' Hes askmg her to the Prom and hrs arms not even broken yet lmagme' Yes everythmgs rn order Let er ring and the teachers rule agarn 4 rn theory of coursel Poor well meanmg monsters' Teach us nf you dare Chrrstrne Russell 57 CHEERLEADERS l'1rst Row flefl to nghn Evelyn McLeod Margery Taylor Paulme Tardamco Second Row Barbara Krlcoyne Rrta Mandevxlle Third Row Bnrgrt Peterson Helen Macuch Fourth Row Eleanor Norman l3ll O Q 'a I ' , , . . . , I . , . . . . . C Q S . , , - , I , - ' . . , - . l l , , . , f ' G . . y . . . , . , E . . h 1 , . 9 l :T ' h I 1 ' ' .l , , , . I . . U , - ' . , ar at -In no one tastes the dnfference. Call thrs con- 9 I 3 . ' t , ' 7 -. ' , - . . ' L l Z I ' . "' .4 K A x "' , . -. 3 ' ,IT . . . , I , y 7 5 ' 1 Y U v x ' One Lesson I Done Learned IXANLJ Llll clrmk lf and xt tasted gjood It xx IS rumored tw IS m1c1e of hard co1l and vxood Surc he made lf 1nd drmk tt and so d1d dad lhe stuff xxas so strong, xt done droxe hrm mtd Once you xe trred xt youll never stop Ihere 1re some ev1l spmts th II cant be caught In these here hxlls there llves a man Wltla a face as red as a smoked cured hlm Hes 1 lazy fellow Vxllli ncvcr d1d no vsork Hes knoxxn to 1ll vxhtt ltxe round herc IS Herk Hc s IS xx lse IS hc IS old Hc s IS old ts thc hulls So Im told Now this he told mc Wfhen I xx IS 1 lrttlc tot If yt u vtant to st ty hetlthy theres temptmon to be fought The Lord xwrll surely damn the soul Thatd drmk thxs brcw frt rn 1 xxc mden boxwxl He done told me thls as h1s eyes d1d gllsten Ne er d1d I move so content was I to ltsten He had no sooner flnrshed than by hrm a yug I spres And danged 1f he drdnt drmk of If before my very ey es However hrs words were never wasted For to thls dav that b exx Ive never tasted And though my very heart should swim rn sm Ill not so much as ttste that stuff some folks call gm Down Beat T Stetson Hrgh we have a band The 1ud1tor1um IS thexr stand Tuesdays and Thursdays as sure as shootm They play away at thetr rooty tootrn For seventh perrod one can hear Sweet and sour notes loud and clear They play at concerts and at parades They carry our banners as on the Crusades The muslc they make has reached such fame That tt puts Spnke jones and Souza to shame But all krddrng asrde Im here to say That to find any better youd go a long way So rrng out blue notes step on If drum Get hep brasses vsood wmds hum Wave arms Maestro beat feet cats Let study halls and classes grab the1r hats For Stetson Brass IS cooking the best the land Congrats to Mr Thomas and krds rn the band Leo ones 50 C ltastrophe The anctent old car started up from the cutter As rt rattled 1long on xx heels askew It looked as lf xt xx ould f1ll apart on cue Cr1mmed lnstde SIE the wheels Characters no doubt lnvolved rn countless de 1Is How they were spruced up to ktll But lrttle d1d they expect such a sprll Up the hrll they shot mth a roar T111 the gearshlft seemed certaln to fall through the floor Suddenly therr expresslons were extremely dlre For wrth horror they heard the bang of a ture Over the rrver and through the wood The chassns came to rest far apart from the hood I-Ieadlrghts bounced to the rhythm of tm And the dust cloud arose In the arr vxrth a spln A dazed group of boys emerged from the wreck But found not half of the car left on check The engine had dled along wlth each trre And the fenders half burned lay m the mnre Sadly they forever left their machme Now destmed to become part of that country scene Should you bv chance any of them meet You will nottce each face stlll bears a look of defeat Ronald E Smlth 50 Carl Olson H2 A 1 1 , l - , Q ' U .1 . , C 'z 'z , 1 l z . ' . I A r A 1 1 . 1 , . . I C . ' ' 7 . . . . 1 1 . V . . . 7 , ' I Y 5 I 1 4 '. 2 , L - ' , y I a 4 4 7 I . - IH . 7 K . t : . , . I - 1 . - ik il if ' 1 ' I ' 'K '. . - L C - '. 1 ' , ,. I , A - ITH a vtolent cough and 11 terrrflc sputter, ,'. , . , , ' . 1 O 1 4 w v 7 I I I 1 Y I I I ' . ' 7 1 ' ' ' - - .. H U 'I '. 2 1 ' 1 I 1 . ' , , . - I V. K A , 1 2 "L , , , . I w 1 7 K . . . . r 1 . . . , . L . I . 2 1 1 ' ' '50 A Pome poem ye Muses 1 cannot wrxte' A115 1l1ck I trled 111 mght From dawn to dusk I wracked my br1m And now I fear 1ts 111 1n vam The lmes go lxmp the vsords wont rhyme And now I know 1 wont hlve time My poetnc jusnce seems to be cursed This poem IS pretty bld stxll xt could be worse Leo jones 50 A Probablv Unshared Senttment teacher 1 know who s kmda sweet Once made an attempt to be dxscreet She thought shed neglect to slgn her nlme To some valentmes C that s1lly dame' J It really was futxle Her scrawl IS drstmct And tell me who else uses Passxon Red n But wasn t she thoughtful' Am t she drvme' An axnt I ple1sed with my valentine' An .unt xt 1 Joy to h1ve her near Snghlng assxgnments mto my ear? You know the Muse wouldn t glft me I trow If I d1dnt h1ve Mxss to know' P1tte Cope11nd 51 Maureen LR step w1s qunck 1nd sprlghtlv Such 1 nlce young glrl to know' She looked 1t life so brxghtly We 111 remembered her so A lxttle under clnssmln Wnth frnends gllore 1nd tru No m1tter where he met you Shed s1y hello to you For fifteen yelrs she llved on earth Happy 1nd g1y her l1fe A youngster full of merrlment Who never w11l now know strxfe Our Lord commxtted no blunder He takes only the good they s1y But rt often makes you wonder And wlsh th1t they could st1y None of her cl1ssm1tes h 1d my 1de1 Thxs tragedy seems llke 1 dream All of them shed oh mmy 1 te1r In grxef for the loss of Maureen Ptulme T1rd1n1co 50 1311 Q , , , 1 4 If . N ' , ' ' 7' 4,11 , 4 . 1 ' , t , 1 v 1 4 . 4 . r - v 1 v ' . ' "l.,1 L 1 v '- Y: . e. 1 ' . ' ' s 1 t ' S I , . , 4 . 1 'X' if fl 1 ' t 4 , t 1, . J . , , . T' N -lk . , t. , . 4 1 . . . . 4 1. 1 I ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' '7 " ' L L A S A ' " ' ' ' 7 1 2 . I . C C 9 Y 1 K K t 7 4. 7 ' , 1 V s K A'- . 4 t , 2 1 1 v 1 , . K.. - YL 1 in I3 'sink ff -n.-I 'P"'a -Rv Wx 4 if , - 54 J. 6 ,1 new 4' .JK in w ,sz I ' ga' 0 . 5 "un A . M f "i L 1 fl ' K J 'I A ,4 I- 4 , 1, X 1 1 'X ' x' 5' " fa' . , J s1,umkJ. K vp fx J . , ' A 34. xl . A . 1 ' unior Play e t to rrght Nanty Farrell Barbara Krlcoyne Agnes Hobsoi M ry Lou Barry Robert Isaac Thom s Sthneider Patty Copeland Mary Boothby Harvey Cosaboom Parker Richards Pollv Tardanico Director Miss Kelley Claire Mahoney Fred Teed Leonard Cunningham Mariorit Vaughn Kent Keith Roberta Norman Semor Play Gray Marx Walizer Shirley Lakey Billy Sproules Anthony DAmel1o Albert Whittaker Irank Catano Beverly Cederholm Connie Russo Birgit Peterson Donald Isaat Barbara Barker hlsne LaBelle Direttor Miss I-olei ID I f 'L 1 , ' , r, a , A . Lefl In right: Freddie .McKeiernan, joseph Brinkley, Eddie Teed, Margie Taylor, Billy Cerrato, Bob .Vl 96 Ofhce Staff Le t to rnght Ann Wxnters Ann Lynch Barbara Foote Barbara Barker Beverelx Cederholm Cynthra Flet ther Sc ted Mr Gllgan Nat 1011411 Honor SOCICIY llrst Row if to r 1 Paulme Tardamco Cynthra Fletcher Rosemary Wood man Mr Daly Barbara Foote Clarre Mahoney Arlene Murphy Second Row Eleanor Norman Helen Kelth jean Studer Conme Russo Bxrgrt Peterson Thnrd Row Donald Isaac joseph Buck ley Frank Harrrs Royal Mann Hugh Lynch Robert Gray Aclvnser Mr Daly L1brary Staff Seated gl lo rl Margery Taylor Con me Russo Mary Boothby Mrs McCann Dorxs Crowley Roberta Smlth Standrng Beverly Ceclerholm Barbara Barker Wrllram Johansen Davrd Levesque Donald Turner Tom Worth Ann Lynch Drusulla War ren Barbara Beck Aclvrser Mrs McCann Y 1 l 'f 4 Y 1 ' , . . Q A, - , , - ' , . . ,Z s Macauch, Beverly Cederholm, Kent . I h y Q , . . . . z , - . , - - , 5 3 N. I - ' 1 Oracle Business Staff Front Row fl t fl Beth Graham Doris Crowley Maryorie Gunther Carol Rose Mary Lou Barry Edith Glover Arlene Murphy Second Row Shirley Mills Clarice Da vis Dezyia Blumit Elsie Conrod Barbara McLeer Barbara Foote Third Row Albert Whitaker Frank Catano Mr Lehtinen Adviser Harvey Cossaboom Student Council Awards Elsie LaBelle joseph Buckley Second Row Anthony DAmelio Don ald Isaac Lunchroom Staff Theres Mrs Harris but wheres Mrs Simmons' Seated Ralph Frse Chet Strickland Dom Esposito and M herself Standing Flsie LaBelle jane Dohertx Ann Winters Ted Reese Carl Olson jo Buckley Don lsaaas Harrie Holmes Fred NIcKeeinan if . . 0 . z , YV 3 , , , . : .. ' . I Y . 4 ' , . , v - 1 Q I" Y -I 5 . First Row fl. to r.1: Dominic Esposito. - ' , V , p N! . ' I . K J , ,Z w , Y WW ,W y I Y X . 5 il lv8l Dramatlc Club st R ya Q Robert sau Leonard Cunnnneham Parker Rleh ards lred Teecl Harvey Cossa boom Thomas Sehnerder beeond Rovn Mxry Barry Claxre Ma honey Paulrne Tardanxeo Marx Boothby Barbara Ludlam Rose mary Wfoodman Parte Copeland Dons Crowley Ihlrd Row Nancy larrell lane Youngs Helen latques Mnss Kelley Bar brra lxxltoyne Aenes Hobson Dor othy 5lx1lLLlxl Adx user Miss Kelley Rlfle Club st Royx tl I 2 oe Reine 1 1am Hardy Robert Ryder Iohn Wcurth .Second Row Garrett Keane Warren Wentwcnrth Mr Crxmmms Robert Torreme Leonard Cunnxngham Mr Crlmmlns Instructor Lettermen l'1rst Roxy if in ry Ronnxe bmrth Leo jones Leo Cornvsall Fred Melxee man Corman Krley Brll Cserrato 5 cond Rovx Chet Strrclxland me Keane joe Buckley Bob Cray Dom Esposrto Thrrd Rovr Tony DAm ho Frank Har rrs Ted Reese B111 beayerns lddne TEGL y Public Speaking Frrst Row Qleft to rzglatl Edlth Glover Clarrce Davrs Barbara Foote Advrser Mr Crrmmms Mary Lou Barry Glorra Semensr Marjorxe Gunther Second Row Judy Cortle Clalre Mahoney Shrrley Mrlls Barbara Sproules Grace Burns Rosemary Woodman Cecelia Rosen Third Row jane Young Dorothy Skaleclu Helen jacques Datsy Blumxt Agnes Hobson Llllxan Lane Band lxrst Rovy fleft to rzghlp Elsie LaBelle Bradford Belcher Albert Rodd Charles Curran Anthony DAmel1o Robert Sulllvan Nancy Swallow Earl Magnusson Barbara Krlcoyne Second Row Malcolm Whitaker Rtchard De-Carlo Ruth Brovyn Beverly Cederholm jane Doherty Cldlfb Foley Paul Lyman Marxlyn Larson Charles Connors Th1rd Rovy Barbara McLeer Gary Havykms Wnlllam Johanson Donald lsaac Joseph Buckley Dommnc Esposnto Chester Strickland Rxthard Cederholm George Gaffney lourth Rovy Robert Torrence frank I-larrns Carl Olson Wrllnam Kxltoyne lvl - n v , - v y y - - 1 y v - , , y . - y . V . 1 l - y - v 1 . . . . . - . . ' ' V V - 'I y ' ' y . y ,- - y y .- all Minstrel Show Under the d1recr1on of Mr Gnlgfm The Chorus Under the dxrecuon of Mrs Nyquxst and Mr Thomas M0 Girls' Basketball Team lrrst Row tlefl to rzehlj Catherme McClellan Polly Tardamto Eleanor Nason Elsxe LaBelle Ann Pemberton Edna Ebbs Barbara Krltoyne aecond Row Coach M155 Lappen Rosemary Burme Leah Leottr Audrey Hlbbett Joanne Roblson Catherine Chlsholm Manager Barbara Foote Thrrd Row Lllllan Wallace jean Studer Agnes Hobson josephnne M1llxg.,an Cynthna Palmer Helen Macuth Chrlstrne Russell Baseball Team Ixrst Rovu tl If fl Albert Porter Rnhard Holmes Charles Curran Phllnp Brewster beeond Row Wlllldm Cerrazo Chester bmtltland lred 'Iced joe lxeane ldward Teed Robert Gtax Robert Needham Peter bmmth Thxrd Rovx Mr Powderlx john Nlorrns William lensen Tom DAmel1o Paul Malm Peter Hylen joseph Butltlex Fred Mtlxeeman Coach Mr Povsderlw Manaher joe Butklex Assistant 'Vlanaacr lred Nitkeeman H11 X - v - w s v - - 3 - ' . ' . . , . , , , , V - w - . . , . . , A J V 2 v , .-V , 4 . 1 A . . ' . ' . ' , 1 " , , . ' .. Y . 'V' ', . ' ' , - ' .' A ' . ' . w . , . . , v a V- , , . .. , , . . . , . , ,w - ,, s A 5' , L . Basketball Team Frrst Row ifefl to fighll Edward Stewart Frank McDermott Richard I-lrbbett Robert bray Will 1am Cerrato Ph1ll1p Brewster Fred Teed Second Rovs Coach Zapustas Charles Cur an Rxchard Holmes Peter Smrth Albert Rodd Thomas Macey John Robnson Thrrd Row John Moms Frank Harrns Garrett Ixeane Donald Nelson Football Team lrrrst Row tlefz to 7131312 Coath Zapustas Wnllram Hatch Frank McDermott joseph MacDonald Edward Stewart john OMalle5 Robert Benson Rlchard Porter Joseph Buckley Second Row Charles Crawford Ronald Smrth Phrllrp Brewster Rrchard Cederholm Thomas Brevs ster Wxllxam Vaughn George Gaffney Gorman Krley Thomas Cullen Thrrd Row Gall OReardor1 Dommrc Esposito Robert Needham john Rohtson Wlnton Washxng ron Frank Hams Wxllram Seaverns Ted Reese H71 'Y A s w 1 a ' w . . YV F .N . . s A v v s v , . . . . . , - s v v - , - f- , , - . , , . v , , - s w 1 r ' V v . - v , 1 r w , 1 ' , , , . - ' s 1 v - AU FOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS Advertisements 225 -55 255 The Most Popular Spot in the School E453 Compliments of The Randolph Herald JOHN M SULLIVAN Publzrber C0mP11mem5 of Qompllments of HARRYS FISH IVIARKBI Capeway Clothes 83 N Mfnn Street Tel Ran 61100M N Mm Street Randolph Compliments of LOLEY BUICK, INC WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1950 REALTORS BUILDERS 465 N Mam Street Randolph 285 Washxngton Street Bramtree RA 6 1425 BR 2 0880 Compllments of 1 L HICKEY . , f. ,- 1 - 1,4 , . c .K . Q ' 4 s L . , '.' 1 n f Q Mm? 2 E 3 5 OGUOU OOOOQGUGUOUDUU UUGUUUUUG GG o GI! o X: N U5 :M S c F-f v fi FS ' IS G 0 o CA O D L0 .1 0 0 0 F' DQ Warren Kay Vantnne Studio In mrprrm' d Official Photographer to the Class of 50 B t M I6O Bylt GGGO CgQU GQUOU3 KUIUPIIITICIIIS of HAWKINS BROTHERS Dodgc md Plymouth Dellgrs CIBSON AUTOINIOBILE CO S, IS PONTIAK 51 mic Crmford Squuc Rmdolph M155 Plmonc R mdulph 6 OOOI C OINPIIIDLIHS of E C Young and Co I HE COTTAGE RANDOI PH S MOST MODI RN RI STALRANT SLFNIIIKL, 1NLllLlULlS loud Opul XXICLRCIIXS '4 AM to 1NI1dn15,lmr Phyllxs md Imxl XV Frcdcrlakson -nl North M 1111 Sr Rmdolph H VV FRbNC,H INS AC ENCX IIH ALCIDLNT HRL AU'IOMOBILL INSURANCE bl RITX BONDS Rm 6 In 9 Rmdolph Q if QQQGCQQQQQGGQQG J 1 ' X X C 1 O , , I . .Xl.i' , 2'IIi ,i' . 1" 2 , -.. 'I 2 - . - Q " N ' " T 7 I - . X . A x'.,' , ,J-' 5. : . ...1,-L VA , "ff ,' . . ..L - K 1 'V' '-' L 1 N N 7 . . , . I g I 1' 1 . Q .q . . -, 7 , . J . 7' .. .. f 1. -gl .. .. 4 550045 BllllHghlH1 Brothers Rmdolph Cilflgi? Co CHEVROLET md OLDSMOBILE 5,97 North Mlm Street SALES md SIRVIC F Rmdolph M158 Rm C00 C omplxmcn f Randolph Drug Company Inc ARTHLRJ TRINQUF Ph G Reg, Phmrmmsr Theutre Bulljlflg Tel Rfm 60100 GGG WHITEHOLISE JENNEY STATION Qomplcte Lma of II NNI Y PRODUC 'Ib SOLVENIZPD C AS TIR1 9 TUBL9 AC C LSSORII S Cr iwford Squ lre R mdolph M Iss QCIQQQG Bur XVISIICS Collss of 1930 1 sf N 1YDoL SERVICE TYDOL GAS VELLOL Oll 5 lack JLIIIUS Normm Smuh Purmers 743 N Mum Sr Rmdolph Compliments of 'III CHCHCHZ2 2 is FRANK DIAUTO Y xl CX . N 1 N . 2 N ,., o D' 0 f o . 3 . . ,, ff. I 0 I3 ' U ' PD if 0 rg o f-Q ,U 0 -, I A 4 J A k.A 4 I X e .. . I - . , 'N , A U4 . r L I 'T M ' - :A , ' '. V - ,C , . V' A ' 5 : , ' o J . , K A , 0 I' I f' " ' p- 42 . V- 0 " ' I R N 0 o o n A Rl . X , , 0 1 ., 1 0 . F' 1 so 3 fl "' o ,O s .H -- ' . c :U ' Y ' . 3 X h . C.. 2 .C 9. ' rf 'll 'A LJ 55431545 Complxments of HARRY S DIN ER 757 S Mun Street Rmdolph Compllments of FRANK T WHITE CO FLORIST CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS FUNERAL DESIGNS Telephone Ran 0667 40 Umon Street Holbrook C ompllments of L1 ONS CARD SHOP Theatre Bldg, Rmdolph Complrmcnts of TIHIIE IB AND M MAIRIRIET Compllments of THE JUNIOR LADIES LIBRARY ASSOC Compllments of The Belcher Store Elslej Belcher Frmcls N Beleher O A H S 26 S H S 20 173 N Mam Street Rfmdolph Cc mpllments of 87 N Mlm St Tel Ran 61IO0M Rambow Cleaners Plymouth Street Holbrook Mam Street Randolph Puck up md Delrvery Service C111 Rm 6 0776 Compliments of Whntey s Bakery I . I . N Harry's Fish Market . A ' . . f' 9 Com llmcnts of I Rarndolph fCoopterafr11ve lm 1 H111 '42 NORTH MAIN STREET RANDOLPH NIASS GOOD BROTHERS Your FORD De llers AND GOOD BROIHLRS APPLI XNC E C OMPANY WELCOME YOU 'IO VISIf THEIR SHOXXIROOMS HOME APPLIANCES REFRIGERATORS GUNS RIFLES PIS INOLS Budget Accounts Arranged Ampl Pxrklng, Splce lf? down up to 71 months to pqy Appllanee Co 116 South Mun Street lun 6 0971 Ford Detler m6 South Mun Street Rm 6 0006 The Randolph Trust Company hm scrwcd this c,0ITlU1LlI'llIy 15 1Commcrt11l Btnk for the pmt 13 yetrs Oxx ned 1nd Operltcd bt Ioul Mtn CHFCKINC ACCOUNTS md SAVINQ ACCOLNTS me Alxup Wclttmme 1917 1930 Member of fulerzl Dcpmzf IIZJIIVIIIL6 C rpnrzfmzz E 1 Z 1 2 Z 11? ISHS iZh'3Ch'-3 U Hifi!! QQQC lfrfhilxfwllfirx-i3 U-CHD CCG GGG QQ fx C-if CHI! 'KIHZHS iHH1H3H3 1 I ,. 1 H t , V5 , ' , N , . X 4 - A N 1 ,, . Q. . I .. F: . J . A R , C 1, N 1 1- M4 N I A -If ' ' ' f- Q ' J 'Nu . K , Nw . J N . -- me wx.. l 8 N, A Y - .1 W N I - t NM ' ' V Q - I . . . 4 ,I ,Q r N A 1 L X IQ ' A 1 U, ' A A A " 'E -Q . , ,, 1 ff C 5 f N J '- FR k 1 N . . , 1 l ,. A ...1 . . P - x 'J ,X ge! Y1 1 X fb I ..., , N 44 1 " Y w o g 1 I ' ,van , m ' , QQUCG S L mpl ments Dr J V McCulrk C CORKIN 5 SONS 1Nut1 M nStreet R CON R duph Cartwright and Hurley FUNERAL SERVICES Cumpl me ts of ELEANORS DRESS SHOP NIM Stcet 69 e Fdyfe Q 'U pl Crompton s Daury e R K OC CI Compliment of O0 i of ' 55 cr 1 ai Tel. an, 5- ml-R an cl Compliments of c i n 7 1901 . min rl - Ran. -V60 Op n ri 11' :v nings Com iments of , u T l. gm. u- 130-VU lll3 UPGGO QQGUGGGOGGGGO QQQQQQQQQQQQQ GCIUGGGGCPGGGGCYGO GUGQGGDUGUGQGGQGGGWGGGQGG4 Cr G CI' U G G G E C1 G G G Ci' CI' C? '3 C1 C? C1 D Q C5 G G CI' G Q G C2 43 C1 G G G C1 Q G C2 Q G C? Q Q C7 G O G G C? C2 Q G Q O Q G 'U' Q G CY Q G C! Ci Cr CJ G C! G C3 C? C? C1 C! C! C! G O Q C1 Q C1 G G G O 66 1 Cl llls Ill ll Lllfll0!" 7 UID! DC GGG GGCPGG il GO GOOD OC GQGGCJOOGGO GO GOOD CCHS? GGG 0 GGOGGGGGOOOC' GOO!! GOGGGC GG GG C1 G E Q 'Q Q C1 Q C2 U Q C1 D G E Q Q Q Q C1 Q 43 Q Q G E Q Cr G Q C2 C2 G Q D C1 Q Q 5 Q Q U 43 G G G Q C1 G Q C1 Q G G Q C! U Q Q 13 Q G Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q GO Ci ' L' 1 Lp . Cff f f , '.4 7 0 57 .Q L .Q W 2 Com vhments of W111er 5 H lrdware Store 3lllillllll1Ill44lQl1Illlllllllliilllililiillllliiill Compl lments of SteW1e s Serv1ce Statlon AMOCO PRODUCTS CJASOLINE RANGE and FUEL OIL PENNSYLVANIA TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES R ln 6 0470 6M North Mun Street Rwndolph C 0I11pIlII1LIlIS of UGG QGGQ HUGH Edgar B Cole Furmture Gtfts for All OLLEISIODS South Mun Street Rmdolph Tel R tn 0996 Randolph Auto Body Shop FENDER md BODY REPAIRINC Auto Puntmg, Gltss Insttllcd ELMIR L Wm Not Rmr 64 Wftrrtn Street Proprletor Rtndolph M155 Q UGG Cood Iutlt CII'ldL1'1fCS of 50 O RAINDOLPH LUNCH RANDOLPH IAXI NO RANDOLPH IAXI For Conhdcnte Th it Comes From Correct Appetrlnte Ht fnznzncllczf by L I 0 y d s Randolph s Shop for Mtn md Boyb k u , 0 E O . nA ' n ,Q C As , 1 A I , " 12 1 ' ' N I I . . George H. Wllite, Owner Ran. 6-I 166 . W A x 2 . , A -, 1 . 2 , I , 2' ' Y - It 2 ' 71 . .. . . 2 , , J R 1 , I . ilillliliiillllililifill!lllllliiifiilifilililllli General Ice Cream Corporation PLYMOUTH ROLK DIVISION b R k d Randolph News Co DISTRIBUTOR OF BOSTON AND BROCKTON NEWSPAPERS RANDOLPH RIDING ACADEMY Best W1shes Class of 1950 Ralph W Cartwmght and Son 3 1 ' Compliments of North A mgmn, M . Tel. of lan 1620 Compliments of Horses Boarded W Sold - Exchanged Hayridcs W- Slei 'Hides f , ro . Tel. undo ph n-0l75 DD U UUDGGG Best Wlslmes Class of 50 CROVOS FRUIT STORE TAYLOR S 109 North Mun Qtrcct ewdry md Glft Shoppe R mdolph M 155 ffm! Dc :lux Szme 1877 3 our LOU1 BI I R Al I S AND XVHWS jrzzclu zmf Watch Rcpz 12124111 C lfts for Exery OLLISIOD Tel Rm 60101 61970 3 1 PKC Dcllxuy IRC Plrkmh 113 1X Mun t Rmdolph M155 Irl 61775 Best W1shes Class of 1950 Rmdolph Clothmg Lo, Inc Rmdolph 6 1000 GGG 1 1 1 1 TH1 QUALVI X STORL W arren Pharmacy Incorporated PADI. H POYLE Rei, Phlrmlust THE NYAL STORE Tcl Rm 60411 60187 166 North Mun Strut Randolph Q , 5, , . 4 Z 1. "A U '1.v ' f , , L .,I12JI V I -I H :J :- 1: 4 4' .., .a, .A 1" " 'Y' f - . A . 'L ' '..... . , . . 1 5, 1 , 1. .., 1 Y., . 1. 2 y 1 ' C . v w 1 . . 1 V . I '77 I . 1 '. 7. 1 21' 4 1 ff . C . -A' - 7 - 1 . " c READ AND WHITES COIUPI OI DRESS CLOTHES TO RENT LADIES AND MENS Ch lrles F Bltkely III Summer Street Boston Mass Lomplrments of Comphments of M Q CROSS M D Hours 7 4 P M CENTRAL LUNCH 8 P Tel Rm 60378 North Mun Street Rmndolph Mrtss O'mP1'mCmb of mv N Mlm Street Tcl Rm 60947 Murphys Texnco VENTRES DELICATESSEN SERVILI: asf AUTOMOBILF REPAIRS Complete I-me of IIZI N Mam sf Rtndolph FOOD PRODUCTS Com wlrments of Conrad s Pioneer Food Store 1037 North Main Street North Randolph Massachusetts C omplxments of Ray'S O11 C0 RANC L md FUI L OIIS OIL BURNER INSTALLATION Owned .md opertted by Ru R L1Brc-tqut Phone Ran 6 1081 6 I776 XX Z Q 2 2 2 I 5 2 3 2 2 I at CHZH3iH3 GGL U I Q F5 , l C A I 5 - . 'EL B fb A , D . f-1 0 V1 ' I 7 2. I O KA '- . D . Q . ,, ,A . . . . . .I " t 0 ' f- A U X . N . . . . , U 'J I . . : u, A 0 f ' O A : I ' ' n- , ,. 0 ' A ' ,. 'Ol . C , 4 ' 0 7' , ., f 'I 0 , ' .' t t. u ' , 5 . I7 I P - . f . Q ' I . ' O I C I ' UQ +121 QQ?-1fHZH11 QQ 4311233 fl me 2 3 U CHF-'Ci 9 . fi D1 v 1. T CH? CHC? 43 -QGQQ UIUPIIIIILIITS f Ql'll0l" 6155 0 C855-D-GU-U 05- 55555 Compltmtnts of 111 l IULIIIS 1 Conrad 5 Cmcery NIcLuskers Sodl Bu' Free Delnery l 100 North M1111 Street Bl 55 N un St Rmtlolph Rmdolph Miss Ever Since l85I RANDOLPH SAVINC S l5ANlx h lb been thc pl1tc to to for 1 U14JI'If.,lf.,C lo 111 Its Better Tolly Thm Extr' for lnstinte the DIRLQT Rl DULTION MORTC AC E PLAN xxhxth we 1re offermg., l0Llly lb strlttly up tothe mmute nn 1ll tlttuls It lb flex1ble to suth 1 degree th If ll hkely to fmd yourself Brmg your mortg315e problem to us for 1 tonfltlentlll tor15ult1t1on If no expense or obl15,1t1on RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK ompllmtnts of F I Cuff1l1 CO 1f1tM111x1t, HIATNIC1 Phyllls W1ll11n1s A ai A Shtrxxm XX1ll11m5 Punts DANCING st HOOL md V'fmS'1'fb Htrtlxx 1re Tools mtl W llpaper 70 Short Street Rmtlolph I h ' S Lt, I . - 5 mf r N ' . . 1 1 4 - V Y 1 4 , 1 S , O 1 'I' 1 . Q . 1 ' a' H , Q " ' A 1 fa Y 1 . -' ' TNS ' 33' '1 " " - - -' 'z 'A ' '1 Y' :A can be adjusted zxtlvantugeotxsly to almost any home-loan situation in which you are ' tz Y ' ' t 1 A '1 ' 1 1 ' , 2 1 5 ' ' ft . H , , - 1 'N Yi Y' A ' 'A Yi fl ' ' . . 1 . , , Y : , . n I I - 1 4 l f 1 . . . V 'V' '. - ,' 1 'L ', ' a 11 f UQQQG Ct mpltments ot CHASE 81 SONS Inc M tnuf ttturcrs of Rubber md PIISIIL Produtrs lnsu ltmv I was RANDOI PH MASS Lomphments of Drtnkwater 81 Company West Street R tndolph M ISS CONGRATULATIONS L1 Bresque and Russellk Your Frnendly Wfc Pllfb Up mm' Delzzef Rt6llv8 lil N Mun Street Rt 606ll Rtndolph Comphments of Compliments of GROLERIES AILS AND VUINIS A 56 Unton Street 8 VOA M 10 P M Rtnd 60851W , o 5 lx r, ll 3-Hour Cleanser and Tailor 1 2 . . ' ' 4 ' , 1 . 2 . Y E. 1 r Lompllmems of R UDLO UPHOLSTERX CO 70 H clrs of Experlence l 16 S Mun Strut RANDOLPH Tel Rm 6 0850 QOIUPllIT1f.DISOf BEST WISHI S TO THE CI ASS OI' 1950 Henrv s P1Ol1CCf Fogd Sfgfe North Rmdolph Drug Q0 517 N Mun St Corner Ilberry Sr ALLAN W RMU Rmdolph M155 T R n I 7 Reg, PhG Compllmcnts of Cc mplxments of F lrnsworth 5 Serx ICC St lIfl0ll U77 N Mlm St A Rmdolph Mxss Complxments Of ' 8145 l'll0l'l elm! 974 3 , , vx 4 ' ' ' J. g N 2 3 4 ,. 1 . cl. al. v- OOO n , , 3 , , , . 3. 3 ' C - 7. ' . C 7 U C I 3 3 905500-GQ nwvmmmmmawmwwn R I:MEMBFR IF HOUR RADIATOR LTARS P O R T E R S E A L XVILL PUT AN TND TO YOUR WORRIE5 Bus lf tt IHS 5,15 stltlon gxrlggc or h rrdxs Ire store PORTER SEAI LORP RANDOLP MASS Lomphments of SLOTTIES CASH MARKET Ol5CIl7D1yS 1XXcck 7 AM to IOPM 875 N Mun Street North Rfmdolph M155 Btst NV1shLs Cllss of l950 KJ 23lQClfAQl" CLI"l'Yl WM j DAVIS Prop 798 Hugh Street Best Wlshes to the Class of 50 Semc-31151 Coal 81 O11 Company from JOE SEMENSI, your School Commtrteeman 4 I v 4 f ' A 1 2 ' ta ' 'a A 1 2 " 2 'L 4 4 7 I Excellenf for Cracked Boilery, foo. - . S , 1: H, . . y 1 7 , 1 T . 1 ' . , . . ' . . R , . . 7 U I C omplxmcmb ot RUSSI LL IHOMPSON M D F 1 LEAHY Offlce Hours 7 Evcmngjs 7 8 9 N Mun Sr Rmdolph COAL md FUEL OILS Compllmems of NEW ENGLAND COKE N R LLLANSERS 81 DYERS Phone 6 0047 W 1061 N Mun St N Rmdolph Tel 6 1178 Comphmenrs of D A LONLA D M D 16v North Mun Strccr Randolph M155 Tel Rm 6 1100 W Ran 601v6M or 601u6 FOR THOSE NICER FLOWERS South Mun St Rmdolph M1Ss Complxments of GENERAL MOTORS C W CON DON CENERAL MOTORS DISTRIBLTOR Rm 6 0770 RANDOLPH H4 N Mun Sr 04066565 .N --Zi 4 1' v . 55 . I . 1 f N w I - . , Y . - . I N w I. . If Y 0 1 . 7 .!',' 1' . - , . 1 . n


Suggestions in the Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) collection:

Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 5

1950, pg 5

Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 47

1950, pg 47

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.