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Show Hide text for 1949 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1949 volume: “ H ' 6W SCHOOL LIBRA ? v STOUGHTON. mas " SEMAPHORE 1949 Stoughton High School 1949 Stoughton, Mass. 1949 SEMAPHORE Ibhtntittm With appreciation for the kind cooperation and genuine concern shown by our new and highly respected Superintendent of Schools, We, the Class of ' 49, sincerely dedicate our yearbook to MR. JOSEPH H. GIBBONS HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY STOUGUTON M a co 3 SEMAPHORE 1949 Class Ode To Tune of " Beautiful Dreamer " Come ' 49ers and bid your goodbyes, For it is time we must leave Stoughton High. School days behind us forever shall be, Only to live on in our memory. Dear Stoughton High School, we leave thee with tears, As we recall many joys of past years. Your loyal hands have helped us along, Thus in remembering we leave you with song — Thus in remembering we leave you with song. Our books are passed in; our studies are through. We know we must leave; yet it ' s so hard to do; But for the glory of your great name We ' ll strive and succeed, winning fortune and fame. So Stoughton High School in final adieu We hope you will miss us as we will miss you. The rooms will seem empty; the halls will seem bare. When the ' 49ers are no longer there — When the ' 49ers are no longer there. By Shirley Krona and Dorothy Storkus 4 1949 SEMAPHORE HHB am 31 n pernor taut The Stoughton community suffered a great loss in the recent death of our beloved teacher, Mrs. Isadora Bowman. She stood for everything that was fine and progressive. Her duties as a teacher went far beyond her teaching of certain school subjects. Her great love of children and people taught us the necessity of being good citizens and the need of tolerance of all races and creeds. Her confidence in humanity gave her patience and strength during her last trying days. Up to the very end she believed in bettering everyone she came in contact with and also sought to improve her own mind as well. We will miss her terribly and her influence upon us will be her lasting monument. Helen Janock, Grade 8 5 SEMAPHORE 1949 ADMINISTRATION Mr. Howard R. Randall. Principal Harvard — A.B., Ed.M. MR. FRANK V. BURKE, Assistant Principal and Faculty Manager of Athletics Mathematics University of Maine — A.B. and 32 hours of Graduate School Mrs. Isadora F. Bowman Grade Eight Miss Cornelia A. Buckley Clerical Boston University — B.S. in Commercial Ed. Mr. Ralph C. Christon Chemistry, Science, Mathematics Catholic University, La Salle University — B.A., M.S. Miss Catherine M. Curlev Grade Eight Lowell State Normal School Miss Christine A. Donovan Secretarial Boston University — B.B.A., Simmons College Mr. James R. Donovan Social Studies, English Northeastern University — B.A., Boston University — M.Ed. Miss Lottie A. Elzbut Clerical Boston University — B.S., M.C.S. Miss Margaret E. Flynn English Simmons College — B.S. Mr. Joseph J. Knowles Science Harvard — B.S. Miss Rita V. LAVALLEE French, Spanish Radcliffe, Boston University — A.B., M.A. Mrs. Dorothy A. Manchester Grade Eight Boston University — M.Ed., Bridget ater State Teachers ' College — B.S. in Ed. Miss Marybeth McCann Home Economics Framingham State Teachers ' College — B.S. Mr. ARTHUR L. Pernardi Physical Education Boston University — B.S., M.Ed. Mr. Calvin G. Porter History Boston University — B.S. in Ed. Miss Mabel Simmons English, Latin Bates College — A.B. Miss Priscilla Smith Physical Education Sargent College — B.S. in Ph. Ed. Mr. Albert J. Twomey Social Studies Boston College — B.S. Mr. A. Peter Willis Art, Mech. Drawing, Industrial Arts Mass. School of Art — B.S. in Ed., George Washington University Deceased 10 1949 SEMAPHORE Yearbook Staff Adviser Miss Margaret E. Flynn Editors-in-Chief Marie Ivai.di Jeanne Garland Business Manager Arthur Perdigao Louise McCourt Arthur O ' Day Gloria DiCastro Jeanne Russell Joan Vachon Shirley Krona Audrey Kelley Dorothy Delasco George Howland Eugene St. Germaine Joan Kelley Joyce Beals James DiCorpo Jean Lothrop Lucy McNamara Ruth Grace Felix Santos Celia Andrade Dorothy Storkus 11 SEMAPHORE 19 4 9 ROBERTA ADDISON 2026 Bay Road Bobbie Commercial " She is quiet, rather shy, but with a twinkle in her eye. " Basketball 3; Athletic Association 3. CECELIA F. ANDRADE Celia 55 Brock Street Commercial A com rude, blithe and full of glee, who dares to laugh out loud and free. " Freshman Class Representative I; Fresh- man Dance Committee 1 ; Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee 2; Rose Song 2; Junior Prom Usherette I; Junior Prom Committee 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Graduation Ush- erette 3; Head Stockroom Girl 4; Y ' ear- lxM)k 4; Ticket Seller 3; Cheerleader 4; Semaphore 4. JAMES E. BARRETT, JR. Jimmu 107 Leach Street Civic Training " A smile for every boy, and two for every girl. " Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Football Mgr. 4; Athletic Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Magazine Campaign. JOYCE BEALS 195 Park Street Jovi IE College " Don ' t judge by the surface this quiet girl. " Hockey 4; Glee Club 2; Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3; Choral Club 3; Y ' earbook 4. I P, C IS BOWMAN Fran 10 Woodland Avenue, Brockton Civic Training " Why take it seriously, you ' ll never get out alive. " Choral Club 1. L CI f M I ' h i ■ ;! Vi BEVEL1 BRADSFIAW 18 Freeman Street Commercial " Out of my way, I have work to do. " Choral Club 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Athletic Association 2. E ELYN BRADY 3 1 5 Prospect Street Evie Civic Training " Well timed si ' ence is more eloquent than words. 11 Rose Song 2: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Glee Club 2; Graduation Usherette 3. JOHN C DDLLL 379 Pleasant Street Civ 1 ( KII ic Irainin " " I talk, I laugh, and when it ' s necessary, I study. " Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. W ALTER P. CARON 44 Rose Glen Street Commercial " love the life I lead. " Choral Club 2; Art Club I. BVRBARA CHESTNUT B nn 572 Park Street Commercial " A fine girl and conscientious worker. " Freshman Dance Committee I: Glee Club I. 2; Choral Club 3, 4: Home Economics Club 4: Basketball 4: Athletic Associa- tion I, 2, 3. 14 19 4 9 SEMAPHORE BEN] WIIN L. CLINE IS ' 379 Walnut Street Civic Train inn " We like ivhtit we know of him. " Choral Club 2, 3. I l VRD 1 . ( ORB] I I Ed. 62 Morton Street Civic Training " A smile, a laugh, we know he is present. " Basketball I, 4; Baseball 4; Football 2; Vthletic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 3; Freshman Dance Committee I. I R ( is C OWGILL 27 Seventh Street Fran College " Good t po r ls m a tuMp poyi high dividends. " Athletic Association I. 2. J, 4 (Treas- urer 3, President 4;; Football I. 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Basketball I, 2, J, 4; Base ball I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Com mittee I; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior I ' rom Committee 3. DOROTHY I . Dl LASCO 7S7 West Street Do i College " Air and manner are mure expressive than words, " Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Semaphore 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Librarian 2; Ticket Seller I, 2; Office Cirl 2, 3, 4; Hose Song 2; C lass Da) Usherette ; Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4; Year book 4; Freshman Dance Committee I; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee 2; Junior Prom Committee ; Basketball I, 2, 4 (Captain 1): Gradu- ation Usherette 3; Ring Committee 3; Picture Committee 3; Athletic Associa- tion I, 2. 3, 4; Cheerleader 4. (.1 OR] M. Dl CAS ' I RO 2000 Central Street Glo C nmmcrcial " I illle package! often hold rare Kerns. " Glee Club I. 2; Freshman Dance Com- mittee 1; Class Day 1, 2; Athletic Asso- ciation 1. 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Rose Sons 2: Basketb. ill Manager 2; Sema- phore Stair 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3: Class Da Usherette 3: Graduation Usherette 3; Yearbook 4: Head Office Girl 4; Senior Plav 4. JAMES Dl CORPO Jimmy 18 57 Central Street College " Art needs no spur beyond itself. " Semaphore Staff 3; Art Club 2; Athletic Association 4; Yearbook 4. RICHARD C. DIMATTEO Richie 23 Boylston Street College " Who never defers and never demands, but smilinu takes the world in his hands. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. G. EDW ARD DRAY 51 Britton Avenue Ed Col lege " A friend to all, an enemy to none. " Class Representative I; Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Ring COmmittee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Picture Committee 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4. IUI I II M. El All S 1 I 3 Pearl Street Civic Training " Silewce is better than meaningless words. " Vthletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Gradua- tion Usherette 3; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee 2; Freshman Dance Committee I. I I FIX I I PIK 73 W ' yman Street " Saving little. College thinking ifine i. Junior Prom Committee 3: Football Man- ager I, 2, 3; Freshman Dance Commit- tee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4. 15 SEMAPHORE 1949 THERESA F. FEDERICO Tessie 22 Pearl Street Civic Training " Good nature and a sunny smile make desirable company. " Glee Club 2; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Athletic Association 4; Choral Club 3: Art Club 2; Basketball 3; Hockey 3; Re- ception Usherette 1; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Sew in w Club 1; Graduation Usherette 1. GLADYS F1SKE Glady Glen Echo Road Commercial " Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her laughter never dies. " Freshman Dance Committee 1; Soph- omore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 2); Office Girl 1, 2, 3; Head Stockroom Girl 4; Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Graduation Usherette 3: Semaphore Staff 2, 3; Ticket Seller 4; Senior Play 4. CLEON FOBES Kelty 85 Walnut Street College " We grant he had sparkling wit, und never shy of using it. " Junior Prom Usher 1; Sophomore Class President 2; Student Council 2; Soph- omore Dance Committee Chairman 2; Junior Rino Committee 3; Football 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4. JOHN A. FORRES Johnny 210 School Street Civic Training " A little laughter now and then is relished by the best of men. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Chorus 3, 4. 1L ANNE GARLAND Jeannie 36 Canton Street Commercial " A sure success she will be, for she does things efficiently. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Semaphore Staff 1, 2, 4 (Editor-in-Chief 4); Glee Club, I, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Graduation Usherette 3; Ticket Seller 2, 3 (Captain 3); Libra- rian 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Class Day Lj Rose Song 2; Yearbook Staff 4 (Co-Editor 4); Senior Play 4. CAMILLA GAULT1ER Millie 18 32 Central Street Civic Training " A merry heart maketh a cheerful cou ntenance. " Glee Club 1. 2; Choral Club 3 4; Grad- uation Usherette 3; Class Day LIsherette 3; Basketball 4; Home Economics Club 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. COPJNA GIANNELL1 1 1 8 Clapp Street Commercial " A comrade very merry. " Choral Club 3; Basketball 4. EVELYN A. COW ARD Eml 289 Walnut Street Commercial " Laughing and chattering through life she goes. " Dramatic Club 2. 4; Hockey 3: Cheer leader 4; Glee Club 1; Rose Song 2; Graduation Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee I; Junior Prom Committee 3; Office Girl 4; Home Economics Club 4; Basketball 4 (Captain 4); Sophomore Dance Committee 2. RUI1I L. GRACE Ruthie 461 School Street College " Always merry, ever gay, a friend to all in every way. " Office Girl 4; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Art Club 2j Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2. 4; Athletic Association 2, 3; Basket- ball 4; Senior Reception Usherette 2; Sophomore Dance Marshal 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Rose Song 2; Class Day 1; Ticket Seller 3. HENRY GRE1 N 1 7 Swan Street College " Happy am 1, from care I ' m free. Win aren ' t they all contented like me ' " Freshman Dance Committee 1; Soph- omore Dance Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 3: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 3. 1949 SEMAPHORE JAMES M. HARON Jimmy SO Monk Street Civic Training ' " l is a very gootl world to live in. " Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Athletic Association 1, 2; Or- chestra 2, 3, 4; Assistant Football Man aeei 2, 3; Senior Plaj 4. SHIRLI Ill NRi 47 Belmont Avenue ( ollesje " She has a manner hoth quiet and pleasing. " (.lee Club I; Librarian 4; Freshman Dance Committee I; Rose Song 2; Ath- letic Association I, 2, 3; Class Day 1. (.1 OB(.E II. MOW I l .i i 150V Turnpike Street College " To have wisdfjm and he the leader is truly acknowledged. " Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Ath- letic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 3, 4; Class President 3, 4; I reshman Dance Committee I; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Picture Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; .. l Mill i l 1)1 l )5 Morton Street College " Good sport, good natured, full of fun. " Mhlclic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice- president 4); Class V ice president 2; Student Council 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 ' Captain 3); Semaphore 1. 2, i, 4 (Lit- entity Editor 4); Yearbook 4 (Co-Editor 4); Office Cirl 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Class Day Usherette 3; Graduation Usherette 3j Bose Song 2; Librarian 2; Ring Com- mittee S; I reshman Dance Committee 2; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3j Junior Prom Marshal 2; Ticket Seller I, 2 (Captain 2); Senior Pla 4. nin JARDIN I id C lapp Street Commercial " A rare lady makes no noise. " Choral Club 3; Senior Beception Usher ette 3. JOAN KELLEY 38 Perry Avenue College " A gentle soul is beautiful. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Basketball 1; Grad- uation Usheiette 3; Semaphore 3, 4; Class Day Usherette 3; Dramatic Club 4; Year- book 4. AUDREY KELLY 183 Porter Street College " Do it well or not at all. " Glee Club 1; Class Day 1; Rose Song 2; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Yearbook 4; Librarian 4. WILLIAM KETT 405 Walnut Street Billy Civic Training " If laughter were a crime a master criminal he would be. " Baseball 1, 2; Freshman Dance Com- mittee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. BABB B KMC, I IT 2d Walnut Avenue Baku Commercial " Afosl obliging she is always found. " Glee Club 1, 2; Choral Club 3j Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 4; Bose Song 2; Office Girl 4. SHIRLEY KRONA 5 1 2 Sumner Street SmitL Commercial " A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market. " Freshman Dance Committee I; Class Rep- resentative I; Junior Prom Usherette I; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Ath- letic Association I, 2, 3, 4 Rose Song 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Office Cirl 4, 4 ( 1 lead Office Girl 4 ); Dramatic Club 4; Ticket seller 2, 3 (Captain 3); Grad- uation Usherette Sj Class Day Usherette 3; Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4. 17 SEMAPHORE 1949 H— i PETER LIEF Pete 256 Pine Street Civic Training " What, worry? . . and me so young! " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2. EVELYN LEWIS Evil 69 Seventh Street Civic Training " A smile is to be worn well. " Glee Club 1, 2; Choral Club 3; Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Sewing Club 1; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Rose Song 2. WILLIAM LOILMAR 200 Willow Street Willie Civic Training " The tones of human voices are mightier than strings or brass to move the soul. " Baseball 3, 4. JEAN L. LOTHROP 306 Morton Street College " Always laugh, for no one will weep with you. " Athletic Association 1 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Dramatic Club 4; Ticket Seller 1, 2; Office Girl 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee 1 ; Soph- omore Dance Committee 2; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usher- ette 3j Rose Song 2; Class Day 1. ROBERT T. LOW 6S1 Pleasant Street Bob Civic Training ' His little tongue Was never still, talk it must and talk it will. " CHARLES LILNDSTEDT Admiral 1829 Central Street Civic Training " Hard to know, but well worth knowing. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. ELAINE l W 4 37 Pa«e Street Cass Commercial " Silence is more eloquent than words. " Basketball 1, 2; Senior Play Usherette 2; Class Day Usherette 3; Graduation Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Home Economics Club 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. LOUISE H. McCOURT 37 Crescent Avenue " Her air, her manner, admired. " Lou College all who saw Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Manager 4); Semaphore 3. 4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Rose Song 2; Class Day Usherette 3; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day I, 2; Ticket Seller 2; Freshman Dance Com- mittee I ; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Dramatic- Club 4 (Vice-President 4); Senior Play 4. RICHARD McLEA 493 Pearl Street Richie College " The strongest man in the world is the one who stands alone. " Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Ath- letic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. LUCY McXAMARA 161 Morton Street Mac College ' " Tis better to be small and shine than to be big and cast a shadow. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball I; Glee Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 4; Ticket Seller I, 2; Rose Song 2; Class Day 1; Office Girl 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3: Freshman Dance Committee 1; Semaphore 4; Yearbook 4; Class Dav Usherette 3; Graduation Usherette 3. 18 19 4 9 SEMAPHORE 1 WW O ' BRIEN 78 Freeman Street Commercial " Her hair was Mack us night, ami her eyes were starry bright. f reshman Dance Committee I Association 2; Glee Club I, 2. Athletic ARTHUR F. O ' DAY 52 Britton Avenue Art College " Knowledge like everything else, must he worked for, studied for, and though! for. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3 (Manager 3); Freshman Dance Committee 1 ; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior I ' rom Committee 3; Dramatic Club 4 (President 4); Sema- phore 4; Yearbook 4; Junior I ' rom Usher I; Athletic Association I, 2, 3; Choral Club 1; Senior Play 4. VRTHUH PERDIGAO Art 123 Walnut Street Civic Training " Style is the dress of thoughts. " Freshman Dance Committee I; Sopho- more Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 2; Yearbook 4 (Busi- ness Manager). JOHN J. PERRY Johnny 187 Station Street Civic Training " When my studies net too deep, then 1 lay me down to sleep. " Athletic Association L, 2, 3, 4. JEANNE RUSSELL 475 Pleasant Street Jeannie Commercial " Vitality makes the popular girl, along with her shiny curls. " Class Vice-president 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4 (Captain 4); Choral Club 3; Athletic- Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Dramatic Club 4; Yearbook 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1 ; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; Picture Commit- tee 3; Student Council 3, 4; Graduation Marshal 3; Class Day Marshal 3; Junior Prom Usherette 1; Ticket Seller 1, 2; Rose Song 2; Glee Club 2; Senior Re- ception Marshall 5. EUGENE T. ST. GERMAINE Saint 47 Columbia Road College " Stately and tall, lie walks through the hall. " Basketball 1, 2, 3 (Assistant Manager I); Baseball 1. 2; Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Jun- ior Prom Committee 3; Dramatic Club Treasurer 4; Semaphore 4; Yearbook 4; Junior Prom Usher 1 ; Orchestra I ; Sports Announcer 4; Choral Club 1; Senior Play 4. FELIX SANTOS 50 Charles Avenue Felix the Cat Civic Training " Did nothing in particular, and diil it very well. " Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee Sj Picture Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Choral Club 1, 2, 3; Semaphore 1. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee I; .Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2. [RENE SARA DOS Sim ne— Sy 8 30 Washington Street Civic Training " Free, wholesome laughter fills one ' s heart with joy. " Glee Club 1, 2; Choral Club 3, 4; Ath- letic Association 1, 2. 3; Basketball 1, 2; Home Economics Club 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1: Sophomore Dance C ommittee 2. VIRGINIA RAYMOND 280 Park Street Pinky Commercial ■ " Giimy laughs, and the world laughs with her. " Basketball I. 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Sopho- more Dance Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee Graduation Usherette 3; Hose Song 2; Dramatic Club 4; Choral Club 3; Class Dav Usherette 3; Ticket Seller I. 2; Glee Club 2; Athletic Asso- ciation I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM SAVINI Sav 98 Leach Street Civic Training " We ' ll just say he ' s clever and wise, and never mention his size. " Ring Committee 3; Football 2; Athletic Vssociation 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3. 19 SEMAPHORE 1949 HENRY SELLARS Sock 9 Maple Street Civic Training " Good nature is one of the richest fruits of true Christianity. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. MARJOR1E SMITH Margie 51 Prospect Street Civic Training " Small, but nice. " Choral Club 1, 2; Basketball 1. 2; Fresh- man Dance Committee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Choral Club 4; Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 4. RICHARD H. SMITH Dick 51 Prospect Street Civic Training " Much wisdom often goes with fewest words. " Football 1 : Student Council 2; Class Treasurer 2; Athletic Association 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM B. SMITH Bill 741 Central Street Commercial " A moral, sensible, well-bred young man. " Choral Club 3. 4; Junior Prom Commit- tee 3; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Yearbook 4. CHARLES STARKOWSKY Charlie 92 Morton Street College " Strange to the world, he wears a bashful look; the field his study; nature his book. " Semaphore 4; Yearbook 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. ft ■ e mk mmm Em L Cs KJ. 3 . DOROTHY STORKL1S 166 Water Street Dotty Commercial " Her acts are modest, and her words discreet. " Art Club 1: Office Girl 3. 4 (Head Office Girl 4); Athletic Association 2, 3; Ring Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Sopho- more Dance Committee 2; Class Day Usherette 3. WILLIAM H. STRONG 358 Park Street Willie Civic Training " Tlie only way to have a friend is to be one. " 1 reshman Dance Committee 1. JO N E. VAGHON 60 Prospect Street Joan nl Commercial " Seatness is the crowning grace of womanhood. " Freshman Dance Committee 1: Athletic- Association I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Semaphore 1, 2, 3. 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 1; Rose Song 2: Graduation Usherette 3. ILLI 1 ILK 63 W alnut Court Billy Civic Training " The actions of men are the best interpretations of their thoughts. " thletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. W LTER J. WI NSKE ICH n 55 Atherton Street Civic Training " While we live, let us enjoy life. " Athletic Association 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2: Ring Committee 3; lunior Prom Usher 1; Senior Reception IKher 1. 20 19 4 9 SEMAPHORE JAMES W ILLIAMS 5 52 Plain Street Jim Civic Training " The " inn who blushes, is not quite ike brute. " Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Athletic Ai delation 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA WINFISKY Pat 1829 Central Street Civic Training " Good nature and good sense are her companion. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. (,l ORGE ANDERSON 191 Ash Street Civic Training " Be silent and safe; silence never betrays you. " Athletic Association I; Art Club 3. HARRY CLARK Sonny SI Summer Street Civic Training " Quiet, but not idle. " Art Club 3, 4; Athletic Association 4. DONALD I IAYWARD Zeke 20 Brock Street Civic Training " The favored are few, but the enemies fewer. " Football 1, 2, 3, Chorus 4. 4; Dramatic Club 4; EVERETT R. REDDEN Dusts 749 Park Street Civic Training " He is but a mystery to us all. " Art Club 1, 2, 3. WHIOW MIA A Iuny 287 Walnut Street Civic Training " Laughing eyes, and dancing feet. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 21 SEMAPHORE 1949 Who ' s Who Boy Girl Arthur O Day Alost Likely to Succeed Audrey Kelley George Howland Most Popular Jeanne Russell Francis Cowgill Most Athletic Marie Ivaldi George Hol land Alost Sociable Virginia Raymond Cleon Fobes Wittiest Virginia Raymond Arthur Perdigao Kindest Audrey Kelley Henry Green Alost Determined Audrey Kelley James Barrett Best Sport Virginia Raymond Arthur O ' Day Most Sincere Dorothy Storkus William Smith Best Dancer Jeanne Russell Charles Starkowsky Alost Refined Audrey Kelley Jim Barrett Bill Kett Best Pals Ginny Raymond Jeanne Russell Cleon Fobes Class Actor - Actress Evelyn Goward James Haron Most Musical Marie Ivaldi Felix Santos Best Smile Gladys Fiske George Howland Alost Respected Shirley Henry George Howland All - Round Student Shirley Henry Arthur Perdigao Neatest Gloria DiCastro Francis Bowman Prettiest Byes Gladys Fiske George Howland Prettiest Curls Mary Jardin Lunch Enjoyed Alost In SHS Lunch Dates Favorite Pastime Boys Ouellett ' s Favorite Rendezvous Ouellett ' s George Anderson Alost Serious Evelyn Brady Arthur O Day Tallest Patricia Winfisky William Kett Shortest Llcy McNamara Felix Ezepik Alost Alysterious Joan Kelley William Vilk Alost Talkative Virginia Raymond Henry Green Alost Ambitious Dorothy Storkus James Barrett Noisiest Irene Sarados Henry Green Brainchild Bevely Bradshaw William Vilk Most Cheerful Celia Andrade Richard McLea Glamour Boy - Girl Dorothy Delasco Arthur Perdigao Cutest Dimples Roberta Addison Edward Dray Class Baby Barbara Chestnut Henry Sellars Most Shy Evelyn Brady Arthur Perdigao Biggest Suing Fan Mary O ' Brien James Barrett Best Giggler Irene Sarados Football Favorite School Activity Basketball Homework Least Worry Homework Felix Santos Friendliest Shirley Krona Benjamin Cline Quietest Shirley Henry 22 SEMAPHORE Name Roberta Addison George Anderson Cecelia Andrade James Barrett Joyce Beals Francis Bowman Bevely Bradshaw Evelyn Brady John Caddell Walter Caron Barbara Chestnut Harry Clark Benjamin Cline Edward Corbett Francis Cowgill Dorothy Delasco Gloria DiCastro James DiCorpo Richard DiMatteo Edward Dray Ruth Elmes Felix Ezepik Theresa Federico Gladys Fiske Cleon Fobes John Forbes Jeanne Garland Camilla Gaultier CORINA GlANNELLI Statistics Hobby Roller skating Automobile mechanic Sports Sports Woodw orking Arts, crafts Sports Mechanics Mechanics Sewing Drawing Fishing Sleeping Sports Sub-Deb Club Dancing, bowling Art Mechanic Sports Reading Sports Roller skating Sports Sports Cabinet making Assisting a prestidigitator Dancing Sports 1949 Ambition Secretary To be a successful business man Medical secretary Truck driver Cosmetologist Apprentice cabinetmaker To become a successful sec- retary To be a success Own a garage To be a mechanic Telephone operator Business or law Electrician Coach To lead a long, happy life Receptionist Draftsman To become a business man To be a success in the busi- ness world To be a good waitress Go to college Roller skating Physical Education major To own the A P stores To be a good engineer To live life to the fullest Telephone operator Telephone operator 24 1949 SEMAPHORE Name Evelyn Goward Ruth Grace Henry Green James Haron Donald Hayward Shirley Henry George Howland Marie Ivaldi Audrey Kelly Mary Jardin Joan Kelly William Kett Barbara Knight Shirley Krona Peter Leif Evelyn Lewis William Lohmar Jean Lothrop Robert Low Charles Lunstedt Elaine Mann Louise McCourt Richard McLea Lucy McNamara Mary O ' Brien Arthur ODay Arthur Perdigao John Perry Virginia Raymond Everett Redden Hobby Dancing Roller skating, dancing Sports Music, sports Hockey Sewing Sports Sub-Deb Club Sewing Sports Dancing Sports Roller skating Men Women Crocheting, sewing Sub-Deb Club Working around automo- biles Stamp collecting Sewing, Johnny, embroi- dery Sub-Deb Club Sports Sub-Deb Club Dancing Sports Eating Reading Talking and laughing Drawing Ambition Telephone operator Surgical nurse Swimming instructor Mechanic College Graduate from college Nursing To be successful To lead a happy life Enjoy life To be a truck driver To roller skate Medical secretary To become a housewife To graduate To live a full, happy life Mechanic Radio Get married and be a good wife College Play major league baseball To live a full, happy life X-Ray technician Electrical engineer Sleeping To be a State policeman To keep on talking and laughing Commercial artist 23 SEMAPHORE 1949 Name Jeanne Russell Eugene St. Germaine Felix Santos Irene Sarados William Savini Henry Sellars Anthony Silva Mar jorie Smith Richard Smith William Smith Charles Starkowsky Dorothy Storkus William Strong Joan Vachon William Vilk Walter Wenskevich James Williams Patricia Winfisky Hobby Dancing Talking Sports Sewing, Cooking Sports Firearms Sewing, embroidering, Buddy Radio Electricity Hunting, fishing Needlecraft Swimming, skating Talking, dancing Hunting and fishing Hunting Model builder Needlework Ambition To become a nurse and be happy Naval engineer To become a success To be a good wife To be a success Engineer Be my own boss To be a radio repair man Professional dancer Aviation and printing Medical secretary To be a pilot Medical field To be a carpenter To be a mechanic Shovel operator and mechanic To be a success in life 26 1949 SEMAPHORE CLASS WILL We, the ambitious and determined class of ' 49, having completed four unforgettable and joyous years of learning and companionship, do hereby will and bequeath, on this day of June some of our talents, luck, happiness and traditions, to those future seniors whom we deem worthy of them. To Mr. Randall we leave our countless thanks for his helpful guidance and untiring efforts. To all the faculty, who will no doubt find that we were not the noisiest and most mischievous class ever to graduate, we leave our immeasurable appreciation for their patience and sincere friendship through these four memorable years. To the Junior Class we leave the task of furthering the ideals we have thus far advanced. To the innocent Freshmen and Sophomores we leave our experience in overcoming the usual trials and tribulations of the Senior Class. Our Class Officers leave with hope that the Student Council will conti nue to fulfill its duties as well as it has done in the past year. Louise McCourt leaves her likeable personality to Maureen Keefe. Gloria DiCastro, Shirley Krona and Dot Storkus leave their duties in the office to the Junior office girls. Tony Silva leaves his two front teeth. Gene St. Germaine leaves his manly physique to Frank Churchill. Jimmie Williams, with the hope of becoming a contractor, just leaves. Felix Santos wills his shoestring tackling ability to Wally Whittemore. Shirley Henry and Audrey Kelly leave their scholastic ability and quietness to future seniors. Henry Green leaves for his white collar job at Jimmies. Jeanne Russell and Ginny Raymond leave their noisy friendship to any underclass- men who think that they can equal it. The football squad leaves an excellent record. Dot Delasco wills her duties as secretary for the ' 49ers to the person who will acquire it next. Eddie Dray leaves his headaches from collecting and refunding money to the next class treasurer. Celia Andrade and Gladys Fiske leave their stockroom with joy. Bobbie Addison wills her pretty eyes to Joan Daley. Pat Winifisky and Harrie Clark will their sketching ability to future members of the Art Club. 27 SEMAPHORE 1949 Jeanne Garland leaves her duties as Editor-in-Chief of the Semaphore to the next editor, with best wishes. Billy Smith wills his charming personality to Charlie Murphy. Zeke Hayward leaves his unusual laugh to David Martin. Dick McLea leaves his extraordinary passing ability- in football to anyone who can equal it. Jim DiCorpo and Dick DiMatteo leave their Scientific Problems to anyone who can complete them. Bill Vilk, the class jester, wills his corny jokes to Mike Georges. Art O ' Day leaves his gigantic height to Bob Poskus. Eddie Corbett leaves his gang. Fran Bowman leaves his cowboy driving to Fran Dooley. Jean Lothrop and Lucy McNamara leave their talkative manners to any underclassmen who can compete with them. Fran Cowgill and Gigi leave the Rover Boys. Marie Ivaldi leaves her bangs to Barbara Munson. Cleon Fobes leaves with his humerous antics. The entire class of 49 leaves the school echoing with its songs, jokes and laughter. In a body we leave the memory of our hopes, ideals, dreams, and wishes to all future classes. In witness thereof, we the undersigned, have hereunto affixed our seal to this, our last will and testament, at Stoughton, Massachusetts, on this 17th day of June, one thousand nineteen hundred and forty-nine. Class of 1949 Witnesses: U N Me 28 1949 S EMAPHORE CLASS HISTORY In a scheduled room a meeting of the past classes of S. H. S. was being held. As we entered we heard the class of 1949 called forth. We listened and heard in condensed form an eventful history. The reading of chronicle that recounted the events of four happy years of our lives began. It was on this day, filled with great pride and even greater enthusiasm, that we became freshmen of Stoughton High School. After all these years we have to admit that the rumors of initiations facing us, as newcomers, gave us butterflies. In our reminiscing we note that our freshmen dance still ranks tops in first year dances. In memory we recall aur adventurous boys who tried out for football, basketball, and baseball. Our example-setting girls lent their stamina to the hockey and basketball teams. We remember also how much our members aided the Choral and Glee clubs, along with the orchestra. As this eventful year ended, we planned to vacation for the summer. Taking our places again in the fall, with the respect and knowledge gained in our first year, we began our Sophomore year. The first task before us was electing our class officers. Our choice was a good one with Cleon Fobes, President; Marie Ivaldi, Vice- president; Dorothy Delasco, Secretary; and Edward Dray, Treasurer. These four officers led us well through a successful year. The year began with a Sophomore dance that tops all Sophomore dances. In our minds we still see its decorations. In sports our boys were the backbone of the three athletic squads. In hockey and basketball our girls were outstanding. This eventful year ended with our girls gaining high praise with the Rose Song, the high spot in the Class Day exercises. Our first duty as Juniors was to elect our officers. From a large collection of candidates we elected — President, George Howland; Vice-president, Jeanne Russell; Secretary, Dorothy Delasco; Treasurer, Edward Dray. With the guidance of our officers and the various committees we made a great success of our Junior Prom. After much debating we picked our class rings and class photographer. Finally, we attained the rank of Seniors. With all our past sports, campaigns, and activities behind us, we faced the future as stalwart young men and women. After considering the excellent job of administration they had done for us in our plaguing Junior year, we re-elected the officers — President, George Howland; Vice-president, Jeanne Russell; Secretary, Dorothy Delasco; Treasurer, Edward Dray. Our Class Trip, after much debating, was rejected because of the cost it would entail. We then buckled our belts and settled down to the important things ahead. The Senior Reception, Banquet, and Class Day exercises passed and left us in a state of anxiety. This anxiety of course was for the Great day — Graduation. Then it came, and as we walked down the long aisle to receive our diplomas, in our hearts we not only applauded ourself on making that great day possible but also thanked the faculty and pupils. Above all these, we want sincerely to thank Mr. Randall, whose constant vigilance over us has kept us on the straight and narrow path. With these words the class of 1949 bowed out. We must all agree that this class contributed the most exciting and eventful record in Stoughton High School ' s history. 29 SEMAPHORE 1949 CLASS PROPHECY ROBERTA ADDISON Bobbie Addison is a wonderful wife, But her sink ' s piled high with dishes, And for a gift, her husband knows A magic washer is all she wishes. WALTER CARON Walter Caron, a great mechanic, Will be able to fix your car; So if you ever have a mishap Call his number wherever you are. GEORGE ANDERSON George was a mechanic In a local gasoline station. His friendly manner and smiling face Made him Stoughton ' s sensation. BARBARA CHESTNUT Barbara is now a good housewife Sewing buttons on Bill ' s shirt, And thinking about all the boys With whom she used to flirt. CELIA ANDRADE Celia was a working girl, All set for a working life, When along came Mr. Marriage, And now Celia ' s a charming wife. HARRY CLARK Harry studied hard in school. Why, no one could guess. He is now employed by Walt Disney. Sketching cartoons nevertheless! JAMES BARRETT Not a care in the world He strode merrily through life. But Jimmy surprised everyone By getting himself a wife. BENJAMINE CLINE Benjie always enjoyed debates, Would argue at every chance; So finally he became a lawyer. Now the court he does entrance. JOYCE BEALS Joyce is now A very reliable girl, So come in and see her And get a pretty curl. EDWARD CORBETT Eddie was a basketball admirer And is now captain of our team. He plays an exciting game, Winning them with great steam. FRANCIS BOWMAN When you want to leave your house To see the town ' s big snowman. Call a taxi and you will see Our dependable Francis Bowman. FRANCIS COWGILL Frannie was our glamour boy. He kept the girls afire, But now he ' s attending Notre Dame. To study is his desire. BEVELY BRADSHAW When Bevely Bradshaw gets a husband, Her temper he should not cross; But if he does he should remember That she ' s the one that ' s boss. DOROTHY DELASCO Five feet three, small and blonde, Dot ' s career was chosen. An airplane stewardess she will be. Efficient and pleasant as you will see. EVELYN BRADY Typing, typing, all day long, Her copy ' s always right, But still she ' d rather sit at home And thinks that maybe she might. GLORIA DlCASTRO Glo, the gay receptionist. Was always on the ball. But when she met the boss ' s son She w as headed for a fall. JOHN CADDELL Jack sat all day and crooned Beside a window opened wide. A talent fcout chanced to pass. Now from swooners he must hide. JAMES DiCORPO Jimmy is a chemist With experiments galore. His explosions are heard The world wide o ' er. 30 1949 SEMAPHORE RICHARD DlMATTEO Sharp socks, shirts and ties! Colors that catch your eyes! Such are the styles at the " House of Dick " . Come early, stay late, and get your pick. CORINA GIANELLI Traveling about the country And through cities of every nation We find Corinna, who saved her money To enjoy a long vacation. EDWARD DRAY Would you believe that Ed is a banker now, Making thousands of dollars no less. His job as class treasurer taught him how, But his personality accounts for his success. RUTH GRACE Ruthie ' s working as a clerk At Macy ' s department store She ' s working very hard To be manager on the first floor. RUTH ELMES When Ruth was in high school, She met her decided fate. Now each night she waits for David Beside their garden gate. HENRY GREEN Henry Green looks quite slick With his uniform and jeep, And when you see him drive around You might have some restless sleep. FELIX EZEPIK Felix is now in the service All dressed in navy blue. He has earned the rank of captain, Which is all very true. EVELYN GOWARD Evie was a " rah-rah " girl All dressed in black and white, But now it changed to " number please " , Which she says with delight. THERESA FEDERICO She always loved all sports, And now the future ' s brighter. She sees games of all sorts, For Tess has become a sportswriter. JIMMY HARON Jimmy always teased the girls. It really was a scream, For now he is the head coach Of a girls ' basketball team. GLADYS FISKE A girls ' athletic instructor Is what Glady wanted to be, But she soon gave up that idea And started raising a family. DONALD HAYWARD Don was a man of wit. His humor caused his success. At a garage he was a mechanic, And now is owner, nevertheless! CLEON FOBES Cleon operates a garage To fix cars you know, Ever since his old limousine He has made quite a bit of dough. SHIRLEY HENRY Shirley is a librarian. Stocking books is a task. When information is needed, Shirley is the one to ask. JOHN FORBES Johnnie is a business manager With ideas so very great, Still looking for a girl To be his loving mate. GEORGE HOWLAND Gigi is a great college football player, As he was in his high school days, But he is also gaining a lot of knowledge Which will someday bring him much praise. JEANNE GARLAND All through her high school years Jeanne was a magician ' s " aid " . By learning Bill ' s secrets of magic Millions of dollars she has made. MARIE IVALDI A nurse at Mass. General is Marie, Working hard from morn till night. She has proved efficient as you can see In her dreamed-of career at its height. CAMILLA GAULTIER She found it hard to decide, Our carefree little Millie, But she finally became a bride And the baby ' s name is Bill ie. MARY JARDIN Mary ' s gentle charm Is much in demand, For she has become a governess And is acclaimed all o ' er the iand. 31 SEMAPHORE 1949 AUDREY KELLY Now Audrey is a pharmacist, All day she fills prescriptions. Her medicines consist of pills And tonics of all descriptions. CHARLES LUNSTEDT Returning from the South Pacific To the old homestead, We see a sailor in navy blue. Why, it ' s Charles Lunstedt. JOAN KELLEY Joan is a typical teacher all right, After studying hard at college. Her pupils study until late at night In order to obtain much knowledge. ELAINE MANN Elaine Mann, with her needles, Something small is knitting, But when her pride and joy does come, She won ' t do much sitting. WILLIAM KETT We ' ll always remember Billy. He ' s one we could not forget. He ' s the pride and joy of the ' 49ers. In ' 82 he ' s tops yet! LOUISE McCOURT Louise had decided She would go to Simmons, But later on she left And became a champ at swimmin ' . BARBARA KXIGHT Now Barbara is a secretary And sits upon the boss ' s knee, Taking notes in shorthand And charging quite a fee. RICHARD MCLEA As a pitcher in Major League baseball Richie has reached great fame. From the stands you can hear fans call " The greatest pitcher in the world ' s best game. " SHIRLEY KRONA Shirley was our charming girl. Poised and efficient was she. A girl who reached the highest goal Of being Mr. Truman ' s secretary. LUCY McNAMARA Lucy was small but mighty And not a one could she fool. She is now a nurse at Mass. General Making beds, standing on a stool. PETER LIEF Now Pete is a movie star Because cf his blonde curls. He is always making eyes At all the pretty girls. MARY O ' BRIEN Mary ' s first love was music. She never cared for hockey. Now she replaces Bob Clayton As a fill time disc-jockey. EVELYN LEWIS Evie Lewis with her pencil And her pen and ink Will be a wonderful office girl So each and everyone thinks. ARTHUR ODAY Art is playing basketball. Highest scorer in the State, And he ' s gaining fame At a speedy rate. WILLIAM LOHMAR Bill had no ambition, Had no career in sight. Until someone caught him singing. Now he ' s a radio singer at night! ARTHUR PERDIGAO Arthur drives a racing car. Wins trophies day and night; So if you ever get the chance. See the race! It ' s quite a sight. JEAX LOTHROP JOHN PERRY Strawberry blonde or redhead — After pondering and pondering Jean drove all the teachers insane. John finally found the path. But she took up teaching at Bridgewater. He went to school, studied hard, Now, no one can complain. And became a teacher of math. ROBERT LOW VIRGINIA RAYMOND While driving along the highway, Ginny is a great comedienne now, It was cold and starting to snow. Heard once a week on the air. We were out of gas and the car broke down, To make people laugh she knows how, But to our rescue came garageman, Bob Low. And, as usual, she has not a care. 32 1949 SEMAPHORE EVERETT REDDEN Have you heard about the latest works The connoisseurs acclaim? The paintings of Everett Redden Have brought him world-wide fame. RICHARD SMITH Dick is now a radio man With plenty of ambition, Fixing wires and spark plugs And making quite a commission. JEANNE RUSSELL Jeanne has met her dream-man. A perfect wife is she. She does her work the best she can, Rewarded — as we can see. WILLIAM SMITH Billy, a prominent ballet dancer, With rhythm light and swift, Will give an audience of any kind A very pleasant lift. EUGENE ST. GERMAINE At 6 : 1 5 in Bump Hadley ' s spot We hear a different voice. Yes! It ' s Gene St. Germaine, The people ' s brand new choice. CHARLES STARKOWSKY Charlie is a reporter Writing stories great and small, And if you have any news Charlie ' s the one to call. FELIX SANTOS You read it in the newspaper; You hear it in the press; Felix is in Washington! He ' s really met success! DOROTHY STORKUS If you ' re ever out of work And have insufficient funds, Dotty will give you a job — She ' s the new owner of Corcoran ' s. IRENE SARADO Irene is now in business With customers galore, For to her shoe store We all return for more. WILLIAM STRONG Now Willie is a painter, With paints and brushes galore. With every picture that he paints H is fame grows more and more. WILLIAM SAVINI Bill is flying high And well prepared for war, For upon graduation He joined the Air Corps. JOAN VACHON Joan was a Powers model, Who achieved fame far and wide. Until Dan Cupid caught her, And now she ' s a blushing bride. HENRY SELLARS Henry is a sailor A-sailing the blue sea. In his ship he ' ll let you sail, Of course — for a slight fee. WILLIAM VILK See the houses going up All around the square. They are made by Billy Vilk And are beyond compare. ANTHONY SILVA Now Tony is very wealthy; On that you can depend. For since he owns the Shawmut, The business is on the mend. WALTER WENSKEVICH Walter, in a daring mood, Invented rocket cars. Now he taxies men and food To the planet of Mars. MARJORIE SMITH Margie is kept quite busy Performing household chores. A good wife she has become, A job which she adores. JAMES WILLIAMS Jimmy is a contractor Charging such a moderate fee, That for a first-rate job, He is the person to see. PATRICIA WINFISKY Oh! to be a housewife — That was Pat ' s ambition. But now she finds with cooking and sewing. It ' s not such a good proposition. 33 SEMAPHORE 1949 Letter from Mr. Gibbons To the Members of the Class of 1 949: My congratulations and best wishes to you all as you come to the end of your public school days. It is my sincere hope that you have profited to the best of your abilities and that now you go on your way adequately prepared for the responsibilities and duties that you are about to assume in adult life. Your public school education has endeavored to make you, the future citizens of our country, a group of which we may all be justly proud. You must go forth as individuals with an innate desire to cooperate, a desire to learn and a willingness to work both for yourself and your community. Bear in mind always that the ordinary person can accomplish big things for his fellowman if only he is aroused and set in motion. Be willing to judge things in their true light and for the sake of justice never adopt a double standard of judgment. Each of you must determine that you will be men and women of high principle and character, for these are the foundation stones of all real success. Ponder well this advice, those of you who are desirous of success, and you will be saved from many failures and disappointments. The one word " character " sums up all things essential for success. In farewell, I urge all to become active participants in our democratic society for as a citizen you have a responsibility and an opportunity to improve the state of the world. Positive and constructive action on the part of ordinary people will result in making your community a better place in which to live and there is a self-satisfaction in knowing that as an individual you have made a personal contribution. With best wishes for your success, I am Sincerely, Joseph H. Gibbons, Superintendent of Schools 34 SEMAPHORE 1949 hirst Ron - : F. Santos, L. McCourt, E. St. Gennaine, A. O ' Day, C. Starkowsky, S. Krona, A. Kelly. Second Row: D. Storkus. V. Raymond, J. Yachon, A. Perdigao, J. DiCorpo, J. Beals, J. Russell, J. Garland, M. Ivaldi. Third Row. C. Andrade, J. Lothrop, J. Kelley, D. Delasco, R. Grace, G. DiCastro, L. McNamara. YEARBOOK Adviser — Miss Margaret Flynn Editors — Jeanne Garland, Marie Ivaldi Business Adviser — Mr. Calvin Porter Business Manager — Arthur Perdigao Through the efforts of Miss Flynn and Mr. Porter, the Senior Class was able to publish its annual yearbook. The literary staff, under the guidance of Miss Flynn, produced many interesting features included in the book. The collecting of ads to help defray some of the printing costs was the duty of the business manager and his staff. Mr. Porter gave his invaluable assistance to the class in this matter. The members of the yearbook staff wish to thank Miss Flynn and Mr. Porter for their untiring efforts. The yearbook staff extends the best of luck to all future classes and hope they will have as successful a year as the Class of ' 49 has had. 36 1949 SEMAPHORE SEMAPHORE Advisers — Miss Mabel Simmons Editor-in-Chief — Jeanne Garland Mr. Calvin Porter Literary Editor — Marie Ivaldi Business Manager — Arthur Perdigao As June rolls around, the Semaphore Start can look back with satisfaction upon the work that has been accomplished during the past school year. Each issue was a result of the combined efforts of the typing, literary, business, and art staffs. This year, within the walls of S. H. S., there appeared the " New Semaphore, " fashioned after various other school papers. Instead of the familiar orange-covered, mimeographed, fifty-page issue, the " New Semaphore " was a compact, four-page edition, printed by the Stoughton News-Sentinel. This change made possible more editions of the Semaphore with up-to-date news. Added to the familiar columns of class news, sports, alumni, and editorials, was a new column, " Around the School, " containing thoughts that were heard by " an observer " throughout the halls of dear old S. H. S. To the Semaphore Staff of ' 50, we, the members of this year ' s staff, wish the best of luck. Keep the presses rolling! first Row. P. Franklin, J. Lothrop, V.Gill, C. Barbato, M. Faulds, M. Fritz, G. Keefe, L. McNamara. Second Row. G. DiCastro, R. Forbes, E. Cohenno, E. St. Germaine, A. O ' Day, C. McCourt, G. Srarkowsky, L. McCourt, I). Delasco, t hird Row. . Garland, M. Ivaldi, J. Garland, J. Gonsalves, J. DiCorpo, F. Santos, E. Dray, S. Krona, G. Fiskc, A. Cox. M. Keefe, T. Andrade, C. Andrade. Back Row: I). Storkus, L. Loving, li. Lundstedt, J. Kelley, J. McEachron, M. Harris, E. Mosman, . Winroth, R. Vachon, J. Vachon, C. Holmes, K. KUpa trick, E. Horn. 37 SEMAPHORE 1949 First Row. M. Ivaldi, G. Fiske, C. Fobes, S. Krona, G. DiCastro. Second Row: J. Garland, E. Dray, J. llaron, A. O ' Day, E. St. Germaine, L. McCourt. SENIOR PLAY Director — Mr. Joseph Celi Assistant Director — Miss Mary Commane This year the annual presentation of the Senior Class was the production of " Happy Days, " a three-act, farce-comedy by Glenn Hughes. The plot is a familiar one with a father and mother who have different ideas on whom their eldest daughter should marry, and a devilish teen-age daughter who amusingly interferes with the problem, bringing many difficult scenes to the family. Both the main and secondary plots brought much amusement and solid enjoyment to those who attended the performance in the Town Hall. Members of the cast included Marie Ivaldi, Edward Dray, Shirley Krona, Arthur O Day, Louise McCourt, Eugene St. Germaine, Gloria DiCastro, Cleon Fobes, Jeanne Garland, Gladys Fiske, and James Haron. Mary O ' Brien served as prompter. Both the cast and the class of 1949 extend their deepest thanks and sincerest appreciation to Mr. Celi and Miss Commane for giving their time and effort in making the annual class play a success. 38 1949 SEMAPHORE STUDENT COUNCIL Adviser — Mr. Howard Randall President — George Howland The Student Council, led by Mr. Randall, is an elective body composed of the class officers from each year. During the year they attempted to solve many problems of the school by the installation of the Marshal Plan. The Council carried out its duties very well during the year and discussed the many difficulties brought before them by members of the student body. Because of the combined efforts of the members and their adviser, Mr. Randall, this year has been a successful one for the Student Council. The members of the ' 48- ' 49 Council offer their best wishes that like organizations in the years to follow will be as effective. FifSI Row: 1. Andrade, L. Loving, J. Russell, G. Howland, li. Dray, I). Delasco, F. DeSantis. Second Row: F. Stanton, A. Donovan! M. Keefe, S. Corbett, J. McDonald, G. Pernios, J. Lewis, li. Keefe, J. Hickey, D. Calder, T. Barrett. 39 SEMAPHORE 1949 first Row: E. Lewis, T. Federito, E. Coward, B. Chestnut, R. Forbes, M. Eagles, V. Sargo, B. Knight. E. Brady, R. Elmes. Second Row: C. Crosby, J. Lapworth. N. Chapman. T. Borgeson, M. Smith, J. Witham, C. LaCi vita, E. Mann, C. Gaultier. E H de. J. Mone, Miss McCann. Third Row: C. Kovey, C. .Nelson, C. Bastein, T. Jardin, E. Home, V. Zettler, M. Faulds, F. LaCivita. L. Mansfield, A. Bercovitz. B. Batthelder. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Adviser — Miss Marvbeth McCann President — Barbara Chestnut This year a new club, the Home Economics Club, was organized by Miss McCann. It was a very popular organization with about one hundred and thirty members. Due to lack of space in Room 1. where the meetings were held, the girls formed two groups — one for the High school, the other for the Eighth Grade. Each division elected its own officers. They were: High School — President. Barbara Chestnut; Vice- president. Marjorie Eagles: Secretary-Treasurer, Ruth Forbes; and Eighth Grade — Presi- dent. Marlene Simonds; Vice-president. Jeanne Zampi; Secretary. Joan Kett; Treasurer, Frances Fennessey. Among their activities were a Christmas Party, an ice-skating and tobogganing party, a dance in which a style show was included, and finally, a cookout. The officers, along with all the members, wish to thank Miss McCann who so willingly gave of her time in order to help them in their activities. 40 1949 SEMAPHORE CHEERLEADERS Coach — Miss Priscilla Smith Captain — Jeanne Russell Wearing new uniforms of black velvet skirts and white satin jackets, the Stoughton High cheerleaders made their initial appearance of the year at the Agawam game. Well received by both the Agawam and Stoughton fans, they continued their fine showing throughout both the football and basketball seasons. Many new cheers were added to the collection this year, as well as new motions. Dorothy Delasco and Phyllis Hellner, in a few of the cheers, did walkovers which added immensely to the popularity of the cheer. The squad wishes to thank Miss Smith who so willingly gave up her time to help them at their practice. The graduating cheerleaders — Jeanne Russell, Marie Ivaldi, Dorothy Delasco, Celia Andrade, Joan Vachon, and Evelyn Goward — leave their best wishes to the future cheer- leaders of S. H. S. Kneeling, left to right: M. Ivaldi, A. Hayward, I). Delasco, J. Russell, head cheerleader, 1 ' . I Miner, C. Andrade. Standing, left to right: E. Coward, J. Vachon, R. Vachon. 41 SEMAPHORE 1949 First Row, left to right: F. Dooley, G. Baker, D. Lipsky, L. Baeta, R. Deeg, R. Powell, M. Roderigues. Second Row: D. Cherry, E. Neville, G. Howland, F. Santos, D. Hay ward, M. Georges. Third Hon -. C. Martin, R. McLea, E. Leonard, A. O ' Day, J. DeAndrade. F. Cowgill, captain. FOOTBALL Coach — Mr. Albert Twomey Captain — Francis Cowgill Assistant Coach — MR. RAYMOND VALAS The 1948 team, led by Captain Fran Cowgill, enjoyed one of the school ' s best recent records. Stoughton closed out its successful season with a hard fight and cherished win over arch rival, Canton. It was the first victory over Canton in five years. Stoughton rolled to seven straight wins after losing the third game of the season to Whitman. These seven, plus a victory in its second game, gave a total of eight wins, the most ever compiled by a Stoughton team. A new scoring record of 227 points was established by the powerful Stoughton team. 42 19 4 9 SEMAPHORE GIRLS ' HOCKEY Coach — Miss Priscilla Smith Captain — Goldie Sheehan Manager — LOUISE McCoURT As the 1948 campaign came to a close, the Girls ' Hockey team had chalked up a record of two wins, three ties, and two defeats. Although it was not an undefeated season, it was the best record a team has compiled in the past few years. A great deal of credit is due our coach, Miss Smith, who really taught us the finer points of the game. The outstanding game of the year was a hard fought, 3-0, win over our arch rival, Canton. Both of the defeats were suffered at the hands of Braintree, a team which had a squad of ninety-eight players! This year the team loses seven members by graduation: Marie Ivaldi, center; Jeanne Russell, left inner; Ruth Grace, right wing; Theresa Federico, right fullback; Joyce Beals, fullback; and Louise McCourt, manager. To the team of 1949 we wish the best of luck during its season. Firsl Row: M. Harris, R. Grace, G. Sheehan, captain, M. Ivaldi, J. Russell, N. Silva, T. Federico. Second RffW: L. McCourt, manager, C. Barhato, M. Keefe, B. Keefe, V. Raymond, A. Calder B. Lundstedt, B. Rowe, J. Daley, Miss Smith, coach. Third Row: t. G ' irello, P. llellner. 1. Murphy. II. O ' Brien, G. Keefe, M. Ramsdell, I. Mc Garvey, P. Vincent. M. Tansey, J. Beals, F. Sheehan, N. Russell, N. Smith. 43 SEMAPHORE 1949 First Row: E. Leonard, J. Barrett, F. Cowgill, G. Howland, captain, A. O ' Day, E. Corbett, G. Baker. Second Row: L. kierstead, J. DeAndrade, I . Jardin, G. Sarado, A. Willis, L. Suuza, F. Stanton. BOYS ' BASKETBALL Coach — Mr. Albert Twomey Captain — George Howland Coach Twomey entered the ' 49 season with a veteran team anxious for a chance at the crown of the newly formed Hockamock I eague. The crown was assured after the winning of eight league games in a row. Captain George Howland, Fran Cowgill, Art O ' Day, Earl Leonard, and Jim Barrett were the five men slated to see most of the action. Ed Corbett, George Sarados, Gil Baker, Alan Willis, and Toe DeAndrade were the leading reserves who saw much service during the season. The team had much spirit and always gave their best while they were out on the floor. The second team consisted of many freshmen and sophomores who showed signs of great promise. Captain George Howland, Fran Cowgill, Art O Day, Jim Barrett, and Ed Corbett will be lost to the team by graduation in June. These seniors leave behind them best wishes for as successful and victorious a season in ' 50 as they themselves enjoyed this past year. 44 1949 SEMAPHORE GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Coach — Miss Priscilla Smith Captain — Marie Ivaldi For the first time in recent years Stoughton Higli was represented by a team in inter-scholastic girls ' basketball. This was largely due to the efforts of our coach, Miss Priscilla Smith. More than one hundred candidates answered Miss Smith ' s call, early in December, for players, but gradually the squad was cut ro four complete teams. All those who did not make the varsity squad were formed into intramural teams. Although Stoughton ' s was a green team, the girls showed plenty of spirit, always giving much opposition to any team that faced them. The underclassmen showed much ability, promising good teams in future years at S. H. S. The managers, who handled their jobs so competently, were Camilla Gaultier and Brenda Rowe. The seniors who will be lost to the team by graduation leave their sincere wishes for a successful team in 1950. First How, left tu right: L. Mosraan, P. kett, C. Giannelli, C. kovey, M. Ivaldi, captain, D. Delasco, L. McCourt, L. MoN ' amara, G. Shcchan, F. Wenskevich. Second Row, left to right: T. Andrade, 15. Naughton, F. Angelos, J. Daley, J. Lapworth, G. Fiske, 1 ' . Ward. k. McCourt, .1. Witham, M. Harris, C. Crosby, J. Mone, B. Fraser, C. Gaultier. 45 f3 OS - o CO CO U THE Chronicle Publishing Augustus H. Sullivan, Manager PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS of THE STOUGHTON CHRONICLE THE EASTON BULLETIN THE RANDOLPH HERALD THE HOLBROOK TIMES THE AVON MESSENGER THE WHITMAN TIMES THE ABINGTON JOURNAL-HERALD THE EAST BRIDGEWATER JOURNAL THE GRANGE COURIER EXTEND TO THE CLASS OF 1949 Their Sincere Appreciation for the Opportunity To Produce " THE SEMAPHORE " and Extend To Each of the Graduates A Fond Wish For A Happy and Successful Future Compliments of . . . JIM BARRETT CLEON FOBES BILL KETT ART PERDIGAO ★ Best Wishes To the Class of 1949 SHAWMUT WOOLEN MILLS Compliments of . . . PANTHER-PANCO RUBBER CO. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LORING Whether it ' s portraits, group pictures or action shots . . . you can depend on LORING for the finest in portraiture. Our expert staff is prepared to handle any photographic assignment ... at prices that are always moderate. 216 MAIN STREET BROCKTON, MASS. Compliments of . . . PERDIGAO ' S MARKETS 732 WASHINGTON ST. 21 WYMAN STREET Telephone 997 Telephone 246 Compliments of . . . A FRIEND Congratulations Best JT ishes to the to the Class of Graduating Class of 1949 1949 ★ Murphy ' s Variety Stores MHDCril V CC 1 MTV 763 Washington Street TRUST COMPANY 154 Pearl Street Eleven Convenient Offices Stoughton MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. AL SAVINI Compliments of General Contractor STOUGHTON SAND GRAVEL CO. P. J. DOOLEY 46 Morton Street TRUCKING Stoughton Telephone 1 1 99 or 1200 Congratulations Compliments of Very Best Wishes and Good Luck 1 IWCD ' C OLIVER S IVlUKrnT LUAL J. HARDWARE and SUPPLY CO. 11-13 Wyman St. Stoughton Congratulations to the LOWE POWERS Graduates Funeral Service THE STOUGHTON HARDWARE CO. Congratulations to the Compliments of Graduates STOUGHTON LAUNDRY OUELLET Established 1911 PHARMACY, INC. Tel. 150 Stoughton, Mass. JAY, THE FLORIST Compliments of 399 Pleasant Street Stoughton Telephone 289 KENNEDY MFG. CORP. Member of F.T.D. Association STOUGHTON BEAUTY SALON and BARBER SHOP 771 Washington Street Telephone 383 PETER KLIMAS VIRGINIA PERRY SIMOND ' S GARAGE CHEVROLET Sales Service 237 Washington Street Stoughton Telephone 574-W NASHER MFG. CO. 50 Cushing Street Stoughton, Mass. flowers by celi Distinctive Arrangements Weddings - Banquets - Corsages Funeral Designs Personal Attention - Prompt Delivery Shop and Greenhouses located at 190 Morton Street Largest and Nearest Shop to Stoughton Square Tel. 178 Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere Congratulations Graduates May you have the best of luck in all your future endeavors. F R A S E R ' S Brockton ' s Friendly Store Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class ot 1949 STOREY CO., Inc. BROCKTON Ready To Wear of Distinction Stoughton Co-operative Bank 9 FREEMAN STREET A Savings Pian to Suit Your Budget Savings Accounts Insured in Full Under Massachusetts Law Compliments of THE BROCKTON GAS LIGHT CO. Washington St., Stoughton THE MORTON PRESS High Grade Commercial Printing 5 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of CARON and SARREY BARBER SHOP 734 Washington Street liest Wishes from DR. FRANCIS E. KENNEY Dentist 9 Pearl Street Stoughton Compliments of COLSON ' S GIFT SHOP Compliments of STOUGHTON SPORTS CENTER Compliments of STOUGHTON PACKAGE STORE INCORPORATED 25 Wyman Street Telephone 108 FRANK NARDOZZI, Proprietor — Free Delivery — READ WHITE Men ' s and Women ' s Formal Apparel " Quality Always " 1 1 1 Summer Street Boston, Mass. Woolworth Bldg. Providence, R. 1. Compliments of WALTER VIZZOTSKY Choice Meats and Groceries TELEPHONE 445 Compliments of FLORA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Best Wishes from JOSEPH DUGGAN FRANK ' S RADIO TELEVISION Expert Repair Service See Us For Your New Television Set 29 Wyman Street Telephone 1074 Compliments of HERBERT L. VILK BUILDER JIMMY ' S SUPER MARKET extends Best Wishes to the Class of 1949 Compliments of PUPPYLAND Mr. and Mrs. Irving Anderson 1837 WASHINGTON STREET Compliments of Johnny ' s TEXACO Station JOHN ZUMAS, Proprietor STATE SPA Serve Our Delicious ICE CREAM At Your Next Party Special Rates for Large Orders TELEPHONE 840 Compliments of POLILLIO BROS. GENERAL CONTRACTORS In Stoughton It ' s THE NEWS-SENTINEL Since 1861 Stoughton ' s Home-Town Newspaper RAY ' S SERVICE STATION Pontiac Sales and Service Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of EDGAR ' S Brockton, Mass. More Things For Less at EDGAR ' S Today and Every Day Best Wishes to the Class of ' 49 JAMES LEHAN, Inc. Oldest Ford Dealer in New England STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of CAMPBELL DRUG M. J. Nardozzi, Prop. Reg. Pharmacist Compliments of BURBA ' S Atlantic Service Station WASHINGTON STREET Compliments of John C. Martin Son Proprietors of SUVA ' S MODEL MARKET 22 Porter Street Telephone 139 Compliments of STOUGHTON ENGINEERING CO. James J. Ruggiero 30 CRESCENT AVENUE F. FEDERICO SONS General Contractors Builders Carpenters Masons 22 Pearl Street Telephone 1078 Compliments of JOHNSON ' S FLORIST Flowers For All Occasions TELEPHONE 970 Compliments of GEORGE ' S RESTAURANT O ' KEEFE ' S CLEANING SERVICE Fur Storage - Repairing - Dyeing 7 Pearl Street Telephone 1087 Compliments of JOHANSON ' S CAKE SHOP lies! Wishes from LEWIS E. FRITZ, M.D. 15 Seaver Street Stoughton Compliments of NICHOLS AND CO. DR. CLIFFORD H. LAKE Optometrist Room 307 Cook Bldg., 232 Main Street Telephone 3385 Brockton, Mass. Best Wishes from I. CRANE CUSTOM TAILOR 741 Washington Street Telephone 270-M For Jewelry of Distinction ROMM ' S Jewelers Since 1900 100 Main Street at Church Brockton PAPPAS SHOE REBUILDERS First Class Work with Modern Equipment Efficient and Prompt Service Free Pick-up and Delivery 5 Pearl Street Telephone 1264 Best Wishes to Die Class of ' 49 O. H. HANSEN General Store 600 Pleasant Street Telephone 850 - 832 Com pli men Is of DR. T. M. O ' LEARY KARTSTEIN LAUNDERIES and CLEANSERS TELEPHONE STOUGHTON 861 STOUGHTON SUPPLY LUMBER CO. Building Materials 1202 Washington Street, Stoughton On Route 138 Telephone Stoughton 1121 Certified Lamps Are Designed on the Principle of " Better Light, Better Sight " and are a protection from eyestrain. YOU can be sure of correct Lighting when you use Certified Lamps BROCKTON EDISON CO. Compliments of PEERLESS CEMENT COMPANY, Inc. Best Wishes For Your Future Success . . . That Is My Wish For the Class of 1949 Your Representative Atty. John C. Webster, Jr. Best Wishes To the Class of 1949 KAY JEWELRY CO. Brockton DIEGES CLUST Since 1898 Designers and Manufacturers of Distinctive Class Rings Jewelers to Class of 1949 10 ABBOTT PARK PLACE PROVIDENCE, R. I. Compliments of SHAWMUT MILL STORE PORTER STREET Compliments of GURNEY BROS. CO. Jewelers Since 1841 Brockton, Massachusetts Compliments of MAILLY JEWELER - OPTICIAN 785 Washington Street Telephone 800 NORFOLK PHARMACY E. A. YAITANES, Reg. Pharmacist 813 Washington Street Stoughton PORTER COAL CO. COAL - WOOD - COKE FUEL OIL CARLTON T. HOLBROOK Construction Equipment 1873 Washington Street Telephone 1080 1081 Compliments of NICK ' S CLAM STAND COBB ' S CORNER TURNER ' S CATERING SERVICE Large and Small Parties Banquets - Anniversaries Weddings - Tournaments 17 Pearl Street Telephone 502 Compliments of A. C. WOODWARD, M. D. LLOYD ANIMAL HOSPITAL WILLIAM ILOYD Veterinarian 1995 Washington Street Telephone 1235 WILFRED CARON 81 Freeman Street Telephone 883 PRODUCERS ' DAIRY MILK and CREAM PRODUCTS McCANN ' S ICE CREAM STORE WILLIAM BOSSE, JR., Proprietor 10 Freeman Street Stoughton H. H. SNOW MEN ' S WEAR Swan Block Stoughton Compliments of JOSEPH DE VITO SAM JOHN ' S SHOE STORE 789-791 Washington Street Stoughton Compliments of STOUGHTON DONUT DELICATESSEN YAITANES BROTHERS, Proprietors 746 Washington Street Telephone 571 Compliments of W. T. HORAN SON Porter Street Telephone 245-W FUEL OIL KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS RCA RADIO TELEVISION LINDELOF HARDWARE CO. Building Plumbing Supplies Houseware Freeman Street Telephone 450 SWANS STORE A w m - n StrDol Tolonnnno 40 »» y Jiiuii tji i cc i i citrfJi iui it »z Recommends DeVoe ' s Floor and Deck Enamel Dries Overnight and Wears and Wears TOWN TAXI W. J. Robbins, Proprietor Relax, Ride in Comfort CALL STOUGHTON 293 JIGGER ' S SERVICE STATION MERIT GAS AND OIL Dependable Auto Repairing 687 Washington Street Telephone 8 Compliments of IIMMIF FAY £. UIC nDfUCCTDA Music For All Occasions TELEPHONE 184-W Compliments of VERA ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE 9 Pearl Street Telephone 403 PAUL P. RUSSELL INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING AND DECORATING 192 Perry Street Telephone 1141 Compliments of DR. MARSHALL J. BRICKELL Compliments of PIIPPIIO ' C DIOKICCD MADVCT " Your Friendly Store " 10 Wyman Street Telephone 388 BETTY ALDEN PRODUCTS, Inc. 1303-1305 Dorchester Avenue Dorchester, Mass. Telephone GEneva 6-6950 Compliments of EDWARD J. FARLEY, M.D. Compliments of ATHERTON ' S Complete Home Furnishers 41 Centre Street Brockton Compliments of " S. D. C. " Compliments of JOE U N D A TAXI SERVICE Compliments of WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP STOUGHTON ' S LEADING SPECIALTY SHOP Compliments of F. C. PHILLIPS, Inc. Compliments of DYKEMAN ELECTRIC CO. 18 Wyman Street Telephone 88 Compliments of TAL POWERS Compliments of EDWARD C. LINDELOF MARKEY ' S MEN ' S STORE 192 Main Street Brocckton OFFICIAL OUTFITTERS FOR STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL CoTflplttTKiTltS of NORFOLK LUMBER CO., Inc. Compliments of PECHONIS ' VARIETY STORE 79 Porter Street Telephone 1224 THE RELIABLE LAUNDRY ART MITCHELL, Proprietor FOR ALL YOUR LAUNDRY NEEDS Telephone Stoughton 1289 Compliments of J. J. NEWBERRY CO. O ' HARA ' S DRUG STORE L. F. O ' HARA, Reg. Pharmacist 783 Washington Street Stoughton Where All Good Friends Meet DANNY ' S SNACK BAR THE BURNS COMPANY Real Estate - Insurance 4 Freeman Street Telephone 285-M Compliments of EVERETT SNOW Your Prom and Reception Photographer MacDONALD ' S JENNEY GASOLINE STATION 500 Washington Street Telephone 285-M Compliments of ATTY. HARRY A. MARCUS Stoughton, Mass. BARTON SHOES, Inc. MORRIS BURK, Manager Compliments of WEBSTER ' S ICE CREAM PARLOR Best Wishes from AUSTIE ' S CAFE 5-7 Porter Street GEORGE A. CONNELL, Manager FREDDIE ' S MARKET Nation-Wide Service Grocer 295 Park Street Telephone 790 Compliments of PETER ' S BARBER SHOP 743 Washington Street Compliments of PATRICK C. FERRERA Compliments of UNIQUE MEN ' S STORE 805 Washington Street Telephone 1202 STOUGHTON GARAGE General Repairing Towing Gas - Oil - Storage 709 Washington Street Telephone 87 LA CIVITA BROS. SUNOCO SERVICE STATION WASHING - GREASING 576 Washington Street Telephone 589 Compliments of HARRY SHAPIRO, M.D. Compliments of STOUGHTON DINER CREVOLA ' S MEN ' S STORE 768 Washington Street Telephone 1294 Compliments of JOHN E. DEACON PAUL MOOTOS SHOE REPAIRING DONE WHILE YOU WAIT Compliments of STOUGHTON PAINT SUPPLY CO. 22 Wyman Street Telephone 762 Congratulations P. A. C. Members from the P. A. C. Compliments of PATTIE ' S DRESS SHOP Compliments of SWAN CLEANSERS DYERS 20 Freeman Street Telephone 1088 Best Wishes to the Class of 1949 JOHN J. ROGERS SON Autographs HI©H ' SCHOOL LIBRARY STOUGHTON. MASS. AUTHOR TITLE ”
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