Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)

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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1952 volume:

ma 95 1952 u X, u u1L»o Ar c vkywve, weVuwE e vu»cw Vvc Ck « V« a«k ' VVv Vi.Vx (js AivC Vivtmc n.i« . C« ayVvv»«tCjVwE vvtoif owXi ou « n u «e c %%A Jkr A caV - YovAc Kuw VOfc Wlftl. f CC VUt 5l« W VtWC First row, left to right: Madeline Fritz, Theresa Andrade, Cynthia Kovey, Mary Faulds, Louis DiCorpo. Second row, Left to right: Pauline Vincent, Lloyd Baldwin. Advisor MR. THOMAS J. MURPHY Editor CYNTHIA KOVEY Assistant Editors THERESA ANDRADE MARY FAULDS Executive Committee THERESA ANDRADE RICHARD BURKE ROBERT DESMOND JOHN FARLEY MARY FAULDS MADELINE FRITZ ROBERT KLIM CYNTHIA KOVEY FLORENCE MURPHY ROBERT PERDIGAO PAULINE VINCENT Literary Committee PAULINE VINCENT, Chairman HARRY ASELTINE FREDRICK BROWN EDITH COHENNO BARBARA DAVIDSON CAROL FISKE BETTY HOLMES EVA HORNE THERESA JARDIN FRANCES LaCIVITA LAWRENCE MAHONEY FLORENCE MURPHY RENA SLADE PHILIP WALENT Arranging Committee LOUIS DiCORPO, Chairman RICHARD BURKE MADELINE FRITZ VIRGINIA GILL JANET HOLMES FRANCES JOHNSON ADELLA KUSCINSKAS KATHRYN McCOURT GEORGE SARADOS Business Committee LLOYD BALDWIN, MADELINE FRITZ, Chairmen JUNE BLUM RICHARD BURKE NANCY CHAPMAN ROBERT COE LORRAINE CUMMINGS ANDREW DENNENO ROBERT DESMOND JOHN FARLEY FRED FARREL DOROTHY GAY VIRGINIA GILL WILUAM HEELAN JAMES HICKEY THERESA JARDIN JEAN LAPWORTH RICHARD MAGEE KATHRYN McCOURT JANICE MONE ROBERT PERDIGAO JEAN WITHAM Aimimatralnra My best wishes for success and happi- ness to the graduates of 1952 in your future lives. Always remember that your high school stands ready to assist you in any way possible. Godspeed! HOWARD R. RANDALL, Principal HOWARD R. RANDALL Principal As Superintendent of Schools, I wish to congratulate the Class of 1952 on an out- standing record of achievement and citizenship. Your lasting contributions to your school and community will always reflect upon you as individuals. In building the founda- tion for your own success, you have justi- fied our feelings of pride in having you represent us as graduates of Stoughton High School. JOSEPH H. GIBBONS, Superintendent of Schools JOSEPH GIBBONS Superintendent Jarultg MR. GERALD ANTONELLIS Mechanical Arts MISS RITA LAVALLEE Foreign Languages MR. ALBERT J. TWOMEY Social Studies MRS. MARY E. POMEROY Home Economics MR. AARON FINK Director of Guidance MR. ROBERT E. CORBETT Vocal and Instrument Music MR. FRANK V. BURKE Mathematics MISS MARY J. COMMANE English and Commercial MR. ARTHUR L. PENARDI Social Studies, Driver Training MR. LEO P. JUDGE Commercial MR. JOHN COWGILL Custodian MR. THOMAS J. MURPHY English MR. JOSEPH J. KNOWLES Science MISS CHRISTINA A. DONOVAN Commercial MISS MABEL R. SIMMONS English and Latin MR. A. PETER WILLIS Art Left o right: George Sarades, Treasurer; Nancy Chapman, Secretary; Janice Mone, Vice-President; James Hickey, President. AUDREY LUCILLE ANDERSON 808 West Street Civic " A merry licarl makes a cheerful countenance. " Softball Team 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. EILEEN MURIEL ANDERSON 808 West Street Civic ■ ' 5 ie may look qaict but look againT Glee Club 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Team 3; Christmas Pro- gram 2. THERESA MARY ANDRADE 55 Brock Street College " ' Quiet and well conducted, but always ready for fun. " Freshman Class Representative; Sema- phore Staff 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1; Prom Committee 3; Graduation Usher- ette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Fresh- man Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Office Girl 3; Christ- mas Program 3; Stoughton Youth Coun- cil Executive Committee 4; Class Day Program 1, 3; Daisy Chain 2; Yearbook Assistant Editor 4; Senior Class Play. ESTHER ANDREA ANGELOS 12 Water Street College " For pep and class she ' s hard to surpass. ' Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball Team 1; Hockey Team 3; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Commit- tee; Sophnmore Dance Committee; Office Girl 3; Christmas Program 1, 2, 3; Daisy Chain 3; Senior Play. HARRY JOSEPH ASELTINE 1 10 School Street Civic ' ' What! Study — .And me so young ' : ' " Semaphore Staff 3; Glee Club 1; Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Team Manager 1, 2; Baseball Team Manager 1, 2; Picture Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Commit- tee; Stoughton Youth Council; Senior Class Play; Yearbook Staff 4. DAVID LLOYD BALDWIN 1 8 Capen Street College " .4t studies a student, at play a sport. ' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 1, 3; Ring Commit- tee 3; Picture Committee 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Yearbook Business Manager. JANET FLORENCE BARKER 653 Park Street Commercial ' ' A friendly smile and a jriendly manner. " Semaphore Staff 2, 3, 4; News Editor 3; Home Economics Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- man Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Radio Program 4. THERESA ANNE BERCOVITZ 622 Washington Street Commercial " Easy of speech, quiet, hut with a will to succeed. " Home Economics Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 2. JUNE A. BLUM 339 Canton Street Civic " She has wit and jun and fire. " Semaphore Staff 2, 3, 4; Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team 3, Cap- tain 4; Prom Usherette 2; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Office Girl 2, 4; Stoughton Youth Council; Yearbook Staff; Spelling Bee 3. LAURA FRANCES BLYE 921 Washington Street Civic ■ " . . . a dee]) sweet quiet. " Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Christmas Pro- gram 2. KENNETH RAYMOND BOLDUC 162 Perry Street Civic " He my friend, and I ' ll be yours. " Manage " - Football Team 1, 2; Manager Basketball Team 2; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee. THELMA BORGESON 480 Pork Street Commercial " Gay and sweetly mirthful. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Christ- mas Program 2. FREDERICK BROWN 123 Stoughton Street College ' ' With his wit he shall not know sadness. " Youth Council; Athletic Association 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. THELMA J. BRUCE 484 Canton Street Commercial " A winning way, pleasant smile. ' ' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1; Basketball Team 1; Softball Team 3; Freshman Dance Com- mittee: Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2. RICHARD FRANCIS BURKE 45 North Paul Street College " A sportsman complete, a hard one to beat. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Football Team 2, 3; Baseball Team 2; Class Play 4; Prom Committee 3; Class Day Usher 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Commit- tee; Career Forum 3, 4; Christmas Pro- gram 1, 2, 3; Band 1; Youth Council 4; Yearbook 4. DENTON C. CALDER 58 Prospect Street College " Gaiety is the soul ' s healing; sadness is its poison. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball T eam 2, 3; Freshman Dance Committee. HAROLD WILLIAM CATALANO 143 Perry Street Civic " 7 Ac ivorli ; it fascinates me. I ran sir and look at it for hours. ' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Sema- phore Staff 1; Glee Club 2. PATRICK CATALANO 1 43 Perry Street Civic " If hy u orr) . it won ' t get you anywhere. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Team 3, 4; Basketball Team 3; Baseball Team 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Fresh- man Dance Committee. NANCY CHAPMAN 54 Pearl Street Commercial " Pleasing to look at. delightful to know. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3, 4; Glee Club; Basketball Team 1; Graduation Committee 4; Ring Committee 3; Graduation and Class Day Usherettes; Freshman Dance Com- mittee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Yearbook Staff 4. BETTY ANN COAN 559 Plain Street Commercial ■ S7ie is kind as she is fair, lor beauty lives in kindness. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dra- matic Club 4; Home Economic Club 2; Rose Song 2; Class Day 3. ROBERT JOHN COE Civic 56 Bradford Street ' ' Youth and mirth and glee, that ' s the course for me. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Football Team 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, 4; Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, Manager; Sophomore Dance Committee; Yearbook 4. EDITH N. COHENNO 1 44 Lincoln Street College " Art needs no spur beyond itself. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Sema- phore Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team 1, 2, 3; Softball Team 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; Prom Usherette 2; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Office Girl 2; Christmas Program 2; Youth Council; Class Day 3, 4; Yearbook; Senior Play; Oratorical Contest 3; Scholastic Art Award 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, PATRICIA ANN CONNORS 916 Park Street Commercial " A hearty heart, the chaser of blues. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Freshman Dance Com- mittee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Christmas Program 1, 2, 3; Radio Sta- tion Program 1, 2, 3; Class Play; Class Day Program 2, 3; Oratorical Speaking Contest 3. ELIZABETH ANN CREAN 587 Canton Street Commercial " Meet her and you naturally like her. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 2. LORRAINE THERESA CUMMINGS 310 Sumner Street Commercial " 4 light hear! maketh friends. " Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Sema- phore Staff 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Rose Song 2. BARBARA LYNN DAVIDSON 24 Sofia Road College " How often the highest talent lurks in obscurity. " Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Com- mittee 3; Rose Song 2; Christmas Pro- gram 4; Youth Council; Daisy Chain 3; Class Day 3. ROBERT WALTER DE COSTA 17 Prospect Street Commercial " Such good sports are hard to find. " Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Class Play. ANDREW R. 545 Pearl Street DENNENO Civic " A laughter mixed u ilh serious stuff. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Ritiq Committee 3; Prom Usher 1; Band 1, 2; Yearbook 4. ROBERT DESMOND 15 Capen Street Civio " IT hy Irinvn on life, u hen life is so good. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Commit- lee; Yearbook. LOUIS A. DI CORPO 1857 Central Street College " The type of mind ou ran sharpen your own on. " Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Sopho- more Class Treasurer; Semaphore Staff 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Yearbook Arrangement Edi- tor; Student Council 2. ROY GEORGE DYKEMAN 72 Seaver Street Civic " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- ball Team 1, 2. MARJORIE JEAN EAGLES 431 Page Street Commercial ' ' ' With a laugh on her lips and a smile in her eyes. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economic Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Bas- ketball Team 1; Graduation Committee 4; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2. THOMAS JOSEPH EARLEY 3 Ralph Mann Drive College " One good laugh is better than any dose of medicine. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Clinic Demonstration. ELIZABETH H. ESTEY 591 Washington Street Commercial " ' Mischief sparkles in her eyes and her laughter never dies. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Softball Team 2; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 2; Youth Council. EDWARD JOHN FARLEY, JR. 91 Pleasant Street College " Full of fun and fancy-free, that ' s the only life for me. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, A: Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 3; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Commit- tee: Sophomore Dance Committee; Year- book; Senior Play. FREDERICK FARRELL 280 Prospect Street College " Silent with sense, sober with thought. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Gradu- ation Committee 4; Stoughton Youth Council; Yearbook Staff. MARY CAROLYN FAULDS 368 Morton Street College ' ' Favoring none but friendly to all. " Semaphore Art Editor 1, 3; News Editor 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; Basketball 1; Prom Committee 3: Grad- uation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sopho- more Dance Committee; Christmas Pro- gram 1, 2, 3; Stoughton Youth Council, Chairman Club Committee 4; Yearbook Assistant Editor; Class Day Program 1, 2; Oratorical Contest 3; Senior Class Play; Softball 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. NEAL THEODORE FERNALD 423 Page Street Civic " A pleasant face rejlecteth a good soul. " Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Dance Com- mittee 2. DELBEHT FIELD 1 5 Walnut Avenue Civic " Don ' t judge by the surface this quiet boy. " Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN FISKE 690 School Street College " Knowledge is the load of the soul. " Dramatic Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Glee Club 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Rose Song 2; Office Girl 2; Stock Room Girl 3, Head 4; Christmas Program 2, 3, 4; Stoughton Youth Council; Yearbook Staff; Senior Reception Usherette 4. WAYNE PENTZ FREDERICKS 28 Franklin Street College " The actions ol iiicii are the best interpretations of their thoughts. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play. MADELINE W. FRITZ 15 Seaver Street College " . eatness is the crowning grace ot womanhood. " Semaphore Staff 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Hockey Team 2; Prom Committee 3; Prom Usherette 1; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Cheerleader 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Class Play; Driver Clinic 4; Parents ' Night Usherette. DOROTHY MARIE GAY HELEN GEORGES CAROLYN VIRGINIA GILL 217 Walnut Street Commerciul 39 Brook Street Commercial 221 Sumner Street Commercial " Always willing lo do her share, happy go lucky without a care. " Semaphore Staff 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4; Picture Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sopho- more Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Yearbook Staff. " A quiet exterior conceals much. " Glee Club 1, 2; Softball Team 2; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. " Forever smiling, always on the go. " Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA GILL 93 Seaver Street College " An engaging smile niahes one a sure success. ' Semaphore 2, 3, Art Editor 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sopho- more Dance Committee; Christmas Pro- gram 3, 4; Radio Program 2; Senior Reception Usherette 1, 2; Yearbook Staff. KIERAN JOSEPH GLENNON 83 Pearl Street Commercial " IT hat liar said Ked was a danger signal. " Glee Club 1; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Stoughton Youth Council; Senior Class Play. .•I EDITH MILDRED GREEN 100 Columbus Avenue Commercial " A laughing eye, a tender smile, lend to make a girl worthwhile. " Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee. FRANKLIN ROBERT HALL 68 Franklin Street College " Youth comes but once in a lifetime. " Dramatic Club 2, 3; Athletic Associ- ation 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Program 1, 2; Stoughton Youth Council; Senior Class Play. WARREN G. HARRIS 264 Pearl Street Civic " And wfiat he greatly thinks, he nobly dares. " Dramatic Club 4; Football Team Man- ager 1, Team 1, 2; Basketball Team 2, Manager 1; Christmas Program 3; Stoughton Youth Council, Chairman Ex- ecutive Committee; Yearbook Staff. WILLIAM JOSEPH HEELAN 33 Record Street Commercial " Laughing and loving through Hie he goes. " Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Associ- ation 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Committee; Prom Committee 3; Prom Usher 1: Class Day Usher 2; Freshman Dance Com- mittee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Christmas Program 1, 2, 3; Stoughton Youth Council, Co-Chairman Social Committee; Yearbook Staff. JAMES MICHAEL HICKEY 70 French Street Commercial ' He has a smile for all who meet him. " Freshman Class Representative 1; Soph- omore Class President; Senior Class President; Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Committee 2, 4; Ring Com- mittee 3; Prom Committee 3; Prom Usher 2; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Christ- mas Program 2; Stoughton Youth Coun- cil; Yearbook Staff; Driver Clinic Dem- onstration 4. WILLIAM OLIVER HOCKING 55 Highland Street College " ff ith all his heart, he woos science. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Repre- sentative 2; Laboratory Assistant 2. WILLIAM ALBERT HODGES 3 1 8 Pearl Street Civic " To a young heart, eierything is fun. " Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Foot- ball Manager 1, Football Team 3. ELIZABETH JANE HOLMES •47 Pearl Street College ' Personality and intellect, combine to make a wise and regular girl. " Semaphore Staff 1, 2, Assistant Literary Editor 3, Editor in Chief 4; Dramatic Club Executive Committee 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team, Assistant Manager 3, Manager 4; Rose Song 2; Office Girl 4; Christmas Program 4; Yearbook Staff; Oratorical Contest 3; Senior Class Play. JANET LORRAINE HOLMES 64 Summer Street Commercial " Who knew her could not but admire her. " Student Council 1; Sophomore Vice- President; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Associotion 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Com- mittee 4; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff; Class Day Program 3. EVA ARVILLA HORNE 1 24 Porter Street College " all her smiles were gold, she d have a store of wealth untold. " Semaphore Staff 1, 2, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Associ- ation 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Graduation Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 1, 2; Class Day Program 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff. THERESA ANN JARDIN 160 Lincoln Stree ' College " Nothinp is inii)ossililc to a willing heart. " Semaphore Staff 2, 3, Literary Editor 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, President 3, Exe- cutive Committee 4; Home Economics Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Team 2; Prom. Committee 3; Prom Usherette 1; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Office Girl 4; Christmas Program 1, 2, 3, 4; Stouahton Youth Council; Senior Recep- tion Usherette 1, " ; Baccalaureate Choir .1; Oratorical Contest 3; Class Day Play 1 , 2, 3; Parents ' Night 3; Yearbook Staff; Senior Class Play; Class Ode. FRANCES MARIE JOHNSON 644 Park Street College ' ' Her gestures, motion and her smiles, her wit, her voice my heart beguiles. " Semaphore Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Glee Club 1; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball Team 3; Graduation Committee 4; Pose Song 2; Office Girl 4; Christmas Program 1, 3; Stoughton Youth Coun- cil; Yearbook Staff; Class Day Com- mittee 3. DAVID JOHNSTON 1 58 Seaver Street College " The world ' s his reason for laughter. " Football Team 3, 4; Basketball Team 3, 4; Senior Play; Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR FREDERICK KIMBER 31 Clapp Street Civic " A moral, sensible, well-bred young man. " Dramatic Club 3; Baseball Team 1; Stoughton Youth Council; Senior Play; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GEORGE KLIM 50 Clapp Street College " An alhlele on ihc field, a sport at heart. " Junior Class President; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; Base- ball Team 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Picture Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Graduation Usher 3; Class Day Usher 3; Stoughton Youth Council, Chairman Athletic Committee; Year- book Executive Committee; Senior Class Play. CYNTHIA KOVEY 225 Washington Street College " Young and pretty, jolly of heart, how we hate to see her depart. " Semaphore Staff 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1; Home Economics Club 1; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 3; Basketball Team 1; Softball Team 3: Prom Committee 3; Prom Usherette 1: Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Commit- tee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Cheerleader, Assistant to Captain, 3, 4; Librarion 2; Christmas Program 2, 3; Stoughton Youth Council; Yearbook, Editor in Chief; Class Day Program 1, 2; Parents ' Night Usherette 4. ADELLA AMEDIA KUCINSKAS 738 Washington Street College " She has a nature both ([uiet and pleasing. " Senr-iophore Staff 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Glee Club 1; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Com- mittee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Christmas Program 2, 3, 4; Radio Pro- gram 1, 2; Yearbook Staff; Class Day Program 2, 3; Senior Reception Usher- ette 1, 2; Marshall 1. ROBERT KUNIGENAS 769 Turnpike Street Civic " Only those who tr} can succeed. ' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANCES LA CIVITA 44 Winter Street Commercial " Doing good is one pleasure that will never wear out. " Home Economics Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Office Girl 4; Stock Room Girl 4. JEAN HALLIDAY LAPWORTH 1 89 Sumner Street College " Good sense and good nature (ire never separated. " Sophomore Class Secretary; Sema- pfiore Staff 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 2; Basketball Team 1; Hockey Team 2, 3, 4; Softball Team 2, 3; Ring Com- :nittee 3; Prom Committee 3; Gradua- tion Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee; S opho- more Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Sloughton Youth Council; Yearbook Glaff. KENNETH B. LEATHERS 30 Pierce Street Commercial " W ( ' firani he has much sparkling wit. and never shy of using it. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Gradu- ation Committee 4; Stoughton Youth Council, Chairman of Social Committee; Senior Class Play. ELAINE ANN LEWIS 69 Seventh Street Commerciul " Gentle oj speech, beneficent of mind. " Semaphore Staff 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- man Dance Committee; Sophomore. Dance Committee; Rose Song 2. MANUEL MACROGIANIS 54 Canton Street Commercial " IT hat are I. Id the H orld slide by. ' Glee Club 1; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. HAROLD E. MAGEE 50 Kinsley Street Civic " A great unrecognized capacity. " A.thletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD EUGENE MAGEE 574 Pearl Street College " Saying little, thinking much. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- man Dance Committee 1; Yearbook Staff. LAURENCE P. MAHONEY 99 Plain Street College " An honest man is the noblest work of God. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball Team 2, 3; Baseball Team 1; Year- book Staff. THOMAS ARTHUR MANN 437 Page Street Civic ' ■ f rare cunipoiind of frolic and fun. " Atlilet:c Association 1, 2, 3, A; Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4. LOIS PAULINE MARA 13 Rose Street Commercial " The niildesi manner and the gentlest heart. " Glee Club 1, 2: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance Conimit- lee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Senior Class Play. KATHRYN MARY McCOURT 37 Crescent Avenue College " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others lannot keep it from themselves. Semaphore Staff 2; Glee Club 1, 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball Team 1; Ring Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Christmas Program 3; Stoughton Youth Council; Yearbook Staff; Senior Class Play. ISABEL McGARVEY 661 Central Street Commercial " 1 ' ariety is the si it e of life. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team 1, 2, 3; Soft- ball Team 2; Christmas Program 2, 3. JOYCE ELAINE McKUSICK 1 2 Packard Road College " The more understanding, the fewer words. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; School Band 1, 2, 3. LOUISE ANNE MISKINIS 1 85 Perry Street Civic ' ' Silence is golden. " Home Economics Club 1, 2; Glee Club: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. JANICE MARIE MONE 15 Belcher Street College " Earth ' s noblest thing, a woman perfected. " Junior Class Vice-President; Senior Class Vice-President; Home Economics Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1; Hockey Team 4; Softball Team 3; Graduation Committee 4; Ring Committee 3; Picture Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Grad- uation Marshall 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Commit- tee; Cheerleader 3; Captain 4; Rose Song 2; Yearbook Staff; Senior Class Play; Parents ' Night Usherette 4. E. RUSSELL MURPHY 21 Pleasant Street College " Why frown, when life ' s so good? " Baseball Team; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE PAULINE MURPHY 243 Seaver Street College " Hard lo I, now. hilt uell worth knowing. Semaphore Staff, Snorts Editor 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Com- mittee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Office Girl 3, Head Office Girl 4; Career Forum 4; Christmas Program 4; Stough- ton Youth Council: Class Day Play 2; Parents ' Night; Yearbook Executive Committee: Oratorical Contest 3; Senior Class Play. MARIE LOUISE NOUVO 1 Arborwook Road Commercial " Silence is more eloquent than words. " Athletic Association 4. LEWIS OWEN 80 Monk Street Civic " A rule ol my life is to make hiisincss a pleasure and pleasure a business. " Glee Club 1, 2; Baseball Team 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD N. OWEN 77 Plain Street College " Laughter in his eyes all the day through. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- man Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee. ROBERT ANTHONY PERDIGAO 123 Walnut Street Civic " A smile for every fellow, two for every girl. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Com- mittee 4; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Yearbook Staff Executive Committee. NORMA BZLLE PLACE 85 Pearl Street Commercial " Thy modesty is a randic to thy merit. Athletic Association 4. EDWARD REBELLO 128 Clapp Street Civic ■■ talk. I laugh, anil tihcn it ' s neces.sary. I study. ' Semaphore Staff 3; Athletic Association I, 2, 3 4. M. ODETTE RODRIQUES 34 Blackstone Street Commercial ■ ' . . . always a i lcasant word. ' Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usheret.e 3; Rose Son g 2; Office Girl 2; Christmas Program 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Program 3; Class Day Program 1, 2, 3 ALAN C. SAMPSON 1518 Vvasiiinqion Street College " Life is too sweet to worry. " Athletic . ' Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Team 3; Freshman Dance Com- mittee: Sophomore Dance Committee. GEORGE SAMUEL SARADOS 380 Washington Street College " To count his friends, count the population. ' " Junior Class Treasurer; Senior Class Treasurer; Semaphore Staff Business Editor 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1; Football Team 4; Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball Team 1, 2; Graduation Com- mittee; Ring Committee; Picture Com- mittee; Prom Committee 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Stoughton Youth Council, Chairman of Code Committee; Yearbook Staff. 808 West Street Civic Semaphore Staff 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Softball Team 3; Rose Song 1; Yearbook Staff. JOAN EDITH SHANNAHAN 16 Halliden Street Commercial " Hapf)} ' (im I : From care I ' m free; Why aren ' t they all content like me? " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 7 Monk Street Civic Semaphore Staff 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team 1, 2, 3; Softball Team 2; Sophomore Dance Committee; Rose Song 2; Christmas Program 1, 2; Stoughton Youth Council; Radio Play 2; Senior Reception Usherette 2; Senior Class Play MARY BENADETTE SILVA 37 Lothrop Street Commercial " I smile that radiates her joyful spirit. " Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Usherette 2; Rose Girl 2; Christmas Program 2; Senior Recep- tion 2. ROBERT H. STETSON 38 Forest Street Civic " 7 love the life I lead. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. RENA SLADE NANCY LOUISE SMITH " A smile that is n orth " How jar that little candle the praise of earth. ' ' throws its beams. " WILLIAM ST. GERMAINE 47 Columbia Street Civic ' 7 ore life, so I enjoy it. ' ' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas- urer 3; Football Team 1, 3; Basketball Team 2, 3; Baseball Team 1, 2: Pic- ture Committee 3; Prom Usher 1; Fresh- man Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee. BERNARD ALBERT STRIPINIS 93 Clapp Street Civic ' Always willing to do his share. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; ball Team 1. Base- CARLOTTA BARBARA TILSON 41 Donald Road College " A drawling speech, ft snapping mind. " Dramatic Club 4; Stouqhton Youth Council 4; Athletic Association 4. PAULINE THERESA VINCENT 4 11 Walnut Street Commercial " More likely to give help than iisk tor it. " Semaphore Staff 2, 3, 4; Alumni Eco- nomics 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Sec- retary 4: Glee Club 1; Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey Team 1; Prom Committee 3; Senior Reception, Usherette 1; Freshman Dance Commit- tee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Head Office Girl 4: Career Forum 4; Christ- mas Program 1, 2, 3: Stoughton Youth Council; Secretary Executive Commit- tee 4; Oratorical Contest 3; Baccalau- reate Choir 3: Class Day Exercises 1, 2, 3; Senior Class Play; Girls ' State 3: D. A. R. Award; Parents ' Night 3; Year- book Literary Editor; Lunch Counter Manager. PHILIP MICHAEL WALENT 59 Winter Street College " The Iritits oj goodness and friendliness are everlasting. " Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- book. THELMA MARIE WEATHERWAX 242 Pleasant Street College " Good nature is the foundation of all good things. " Glee Club 2: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Office Girl 2, 4. FRANKLIN JOHN WERNER, JR. 546 Pearl Street Civic " Much wisdom olleii goes with fewest words. " Glee Club 1; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; School Band 1, 2. DOROTHY HAZEL WILDING 64 Pearl Street Commercial " Its better to be small and shine, than to be big and cast a shadow. " Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Ath- letic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Program 2. NANCY ELLEN WINHOTH 98 1 Washington Street Commercial " A kindly heart, a willing hand. " Semaphore Staff; Glee Club 1, 2; Bas- ketball Team 1; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day U sherette 3; Stock Room Girl I, 2, Head 3; Christmas Program I, 2; Class Day Program 1, 2. JEAN FRANCES WITHAM 120 Plain Street College " W ith a I (High on her lifts and a smile in her eyes. ' Home Economics Club 1; Glee Club 1, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball Team 1; Hockey Team 2, 3, 4; Softball Team Manager 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Graduation Usherette 3; Class Day Usherette 3; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Commit- tee; Rose Song 2; Stoughton Youth Council; Yearbook Staff. CLIFFORD HAYNES " • ' () ■ siirli IIS he there is no death: His lite the eternal liic lonnniinds. " BOYS Louis DiCorpo Most Likely to Succeed Robert Klim Most Popular Warren Harris Most Attractive . . , Fred Farrell Most Serious Louis DiCorpo Most Respected . . . Wayne Fredericks Most Sophisticated Thomas Mann Most (Carefree . . . . Robert Desmond Best Matured Louis DiCorpo Brain Child Wayne Fredericks Actor — Actress . . Robert Perdigao Kindest George Sarados Most Tactful Harry Aseltine Best Giggler Thomas Mann Most Mischievous . . . George Sarados Richard Burke Delbert Fields George Sarados Lloyd Baldwin George Sarados John Farley James Hickey , Most Sociable Most Sincere Most Mysterious Most Reliable Cutest Best Sport Best Dancer Most Talkative Robert Perdigao Best Dressed John Farley | Robert Desmond ( Robert Klim Fred Brown Louis DiCorpo Louis DiCorpo Louis DiCorpo Andrew Denneno Robert Klim Sleeping Diner Recess Football Guy Lombardo Best Pals Most Athletic Wittiest Best All-Round Student Most Determined Class Artist V o.s Musical Physique — Fiiiure Fai orite Pastime Favorite Rendezvous Fnjoyed Most at S. H. S. Favorite School Activity Favorite Orchestra GIRLS Pauline Vincent Janice Mone Jean Lapworth . Pauline Vincent Pauline Vincent Madeline Fritz Joan Shannahan Theresa Andrade Caroline Fiske Mary Faulds Theresa Andrade Cynthia Kovey . . Virginia Gill June Blum Theresa Andrade Pauline Vincent Barbara Davidson Pauline Vincent Betty Coon Theresa Andrade Odette Roderiques June Blum Madeline Fritz j Theresa Andrade ) Kathryn McCourt Nancy Smith Kathryn McCourt Mary Faulds Pauline Vincent Mary Faulds Odette Roderiques Majorie Eagles Boys Diner Recess Basketball Guy Lombardo A Sljnuaanb mh (§m lags Listen my classmates and you shall hear Of the thousand and one days we all hold dear; ' Twos on the sixth of September in Forty-eight, As shy, little Freshmen we ' ll remember the date. Then one day our shiny classrings came, With upraised hands our joy proclaimed; We then settled down to await The coming of a pleasant date. The early days went by with ease For the Freshmen all did what they pleased; At last came the time of the Freshman dance. All the boys were resplendent in new long pants. The Junior Prom was a great affair For girls with lovely shining hair. Dressed in their pretty evening clothes, Corsaged with orchid, sweet pea, or rose. For the rest of the year we settled down To work very hard for the Sophomore Crown; At last ended the time of matriculation And joyously we started on a long vacation. During the year the changes began. New holes were dug and mortar ran; We knew when we returned once more We ' d find a new school behind the same door. When we returned to trample the grass. We learned we were still the baby class; For of the lower class we got little impression, As we were cut off by the double session. As we began our final year With eyes so bright and mind so clear, We bent our will to education In preparation for our graduation. Still we went on through thick and thin. And the Sophomore Hop was quite a spin; Then some of our boys heard Tuck ' s call And hustled out to play football. Some budding actors and actresses we discovered. When in March the class play was uncovered; We also started on the long task Of producing a yearbook unsurpassed. The sessions room was never bare. For some Sophomore was always there; Finally the year came to a close, A happy reprieve until Junior prose. The Reception, Banquet and Class Day All went by without delay; Graduation passes, and all too soon We ' ll all look back on that day in June. We Juniors looked so bright and gay Coming back that September day; Still standing there — our study hall waited. But we knew not what then was fated. Our life has now reached a point of turning, Ahead we see the torch still burning; May success, fame, and health embrace you, O Stoughton High Class of Fifty-two! QIlaBfi Wtll We [mil the cork out of the mysterious jug and the Genie arises with these commands on his lips . . . Kathryn McCourt leaves her blushing smile to Jean Harrison. Robert Stetson leaves with a car load of kids. Laura Blye leaves her quiet ways to Barbara Fenton. Harry Aseltine leaves his wit to John Sullivan. Thelma Weatherwax leaves for Plattsburg. Harold Magee leaves his sportsmanship to Richard Gibbs. Audrey and Eileen Anderson leave trying to catch the Dry Pond bus. Richard Burke leaves his father. June Blum leaves the Hockey Team to next year ' s Captain. Thomas Mann leaves his roller skates to Paul Homer. Jean Witham leaves her scholastic ability to Susan Bercovitz. Lewis Owen leaves to become a famous singer. Nancy Winroth leaves to be gay with George. Russell Murphy, Bill Hodges, and Roy Dykeman leave for the Navy. Margie Eagles leaves her likeable personality to Jeanne Zampi. Kenny Leathers leaves Barbara Fenton much to his regret. Carolyn Gill leaves her job at the theater to Ann Laporte. Tommy Early leaves to Pete Toupence the job of running the movie camera. Thelma Bruce leaves her everlasting smile to any Junior who is worthy of it. Harold Catalano leaves. Mary Silva leaves for the Westover Air Base. George Sarados leaves his basketball ability to anyone who can equal it. Lois Mara, Elaine Lewis, Dot Gay leave in Renie Cummings ' jeep. Robert Kuneginas leaves his job as errand boy to anyone who can find time to do it. Jean Lapworth leaves her personality to anyone who can equal it. Manny Macrogianis leaves with a cloud of dust behind him. Carlota Tilson leaves her way with boys to Jean Merrill. Delbert Fields leaves to anyone his love for hillbilly tunes. Pauline Vincent leaves her outstanding leadership ability to any Junior who can equal Lloyd Baldwin leaves his athletic ability to Jack Savini. Frances LaCivita leaves her high marks as clerk typist to Patricia Blye. Denton Colder leaves his book reports to all those who never find time to read the books. Odette Rodrigues leaves for the " Met. " Pat Catalano and Bob Coe leave their ability as football managers to next year ' s boys. Joan Shannahan leaves her smooth ways on the dance floor to Ruth Selig. Butch St. Germaine feels he ' s lucky to leave! Dotty Wilding leaves her height to Dotty Barrett. Philip Walent leaves his scholastic ability to Joe Seavers. Janet Barker leaves ten tired fingers on the typing keys. Richard Owen leaves his " death trap " to anyone who wants it. Theresa Andrade leaves her friendliness to Marlene Simonds. Bernard Stripinis leaves his shop ability to anyone who can meet the requirements. Mary Faulds and Edie Cohenno leave their artistic ability to anyone who can equal it. Andy Denneno leaves for the big " Mo. " Esther Angelos leaves her skating ability to Audrey Holiday. John Farley and Bob Desmond leave " How to Make Friends and Influence Women " to Ed and Roy. Janet Holmes leaves to become a successful artist. Virginia Gill and Terry Jardin leave to become S.H.S. ' s future teachers. Wayne Fredericks leaves his dramatic ability to anyone who can equal it. Bob Perdigao wills his hot rods to Carl Hampe. Adella Kucinskas leaves for Martha ' s Vineyard. Cynthia Kovey leaves her job as editor of the yearbook to next year ' s editor. Jimmy Hickey leaves the 1952 graduating class without a president. Carolyn Fiske leaves for Northeastern University. Dave Johnston leaves his wavy hair, flattering smile, and excess height to Chick Fahey. Ann Bercovitz wills to her sister Bernice her long hair. Fred Farrell leaves to become a foreign language expert. Marie Nuovo leaves her pleasant ways to Mary Skiendale. Janice Mone leaves her cheerleading ability to next year ' s head cheerleader. Kieran Glennon leaves his red hair to Lois Thorner. Betty Holmes leaves her duty as office girl to Marilyn Smith. Franklin Hall leaves his friendly manner to Joe Hallett. Nancy Chapman leaves her likeable personality to Carolyn Pratt. Bill Hocking leaves his scientific problems to anyone who can complete them. Patricia Connors leaves her typing speed to Margie Connors. Art Kimber leaves his acting ability to Bobby Blake. Joyce McKusick leaves for Hank. Kenneth Bolduc leaves his towering height to Lenny Holmes. Betty Coan leaves her gay personality and cute smile to Joanne Fraser. Bill Heelan ' s crew cut is willed to David Lord. Norma Place leaves her quiet ways to Mary Kuscinskas. Eddie Rebello leaves his corny jokes to his younger brother. Madeline Fritz leaves her stylish taste to any one who can equal it. Robert DeCosta leaves his ability to be quiet at all times to Manny Rodrigues. Fred Brown leaves to become an Admiral in the Army. Edie Green and Betty Crean leave their money worries at lunch to next year ' s bookkeeping expert. Neal Fernald leaves his ability to get into trouble to Jack Dykeman. Florence Murphy leaves her footsteps to be followed by any brave and worthy Junior. Nancy Smith leaves to Betty Cowgill hei outstanding athletic ability. Louise Miskinis leaves her quiet and pleasant ways to Helen Janock. Franklin Werner leaves his height to his mechanical drawing pal, Jerry Gouldslon. Betty Estey leaves her devilish doings to Connie Corbett. Louis DiCorpo leaves his unsurpassed scholastic ability to any deserving Junior. Bob Klim Isaves his athletic ability to the next football star. Eva Home bestows her friendly smile on Pauline Egerton. Warren Harris leaves his way with the girls to Donald Rennie. Franny Johnson leaves her pretty freckles and dimples to any cute Junior. Alan Sampson leaves his run-down Ford upon the unsuspecting Driver Education class. Barbara Davidson leaves her poetic ability to Betty Johnson. Thelma Borgeson and Helen Georges leave their pleasant ways to any frienaly Juniors. Lawrence Mahoney leaves his honesty and politeness to David Lord. Isabel McGarvey leaves her love of sports to the future goalies in field hockey. Rena Slade leaves her warm friendliness to anyone who can equal it. Richard Magee leaves his quiet ways and freckles to Joe Kelleher. The entire class of 1952 leaves the school echoing with its songs and laughter, its appreciation to the faculty and its best wishes for success to future classes. Thus, the Genie has commanded. In witness we have hereunto affixed our seal to this Will and Testament on this graduation day of June, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-two. lAJilness: The Spirit of ' 52. Sifting through the sands of time, we see on a warm June day in ' 62 a magic carpet swiftly ghding over cities and towns to the land of the future. Here it comes. What ' s this? I thought I heard it sputtering. This carpet, unfortunately, was manufactured by the Grinand Riskit Company owned by Pat Catalano and Roy Dykeman. Our reliable hostesses Laura Blye and Joyce McKusick assure us, however, that there is no extreme cause for alarm as the carpet is capably engineered by Dick Burke and Larry Mahoney. Now that we are safely on our way, let ' s take a quick look at some of the passengers. Among them I see the famous ice skater Esther Angelos in a very chic suit styled by Edith Cohenno. Over in the far corner we see Warren Harris, a successful businessman, with his secretaries Edith Green and Thelma Bruce. He is talking to Bob DeCosta, owner of the United Pretzel Twisters of America, Inc., which he left in the efficient hands of his secretary Nancy Chapman. Sitting in the center of the carpet is Bob Perdigao counting his millions, with Margie Eagles recording. Too bad she can ' t be relaxing like the rest of us. Did I say relaxing? What ' s that racing toward the carpet? Is ' it a comet? A runaway rocket? No, it ' s just a jet. No wonder it came so close! It has the team of Bob Klim piloting and Richard Magee calculating. There ' s June Blum, president of the Stoughton P.T.A., quietly listening to Fred Farrell relate his experiences as a college professor of romance languages. Another eager listener, who left her book- keeping job at Bill Hocking ' s Scientific Dairy to make this trip, is Betty Estey. That sputtering noise again! It must be engine trouble! No, now the trouble is apparent. Over in u far corner all the servicemen have joined together in a conglomeration of " Dear Old S.H.S. " Admiral Tom Mann is trying to conduct the slightly off-key Fred Brown, Harold Catalano, William Hodges. Franklin Werner, and Russ Murphy. Whoops! Accompanying them is Pauline Vincent pushing her squeeze box in a m.ad effort to change keys every five notes. Louis Owen, also noticing the droning noise and being a very famous musician and arranger, decides to step into the role of conductor. As the engine becomes the louder of the two noises, we realize the carpet is easing down for our landing at the city of Success. While two of the nurses on board, Franny Johnson and Thelma Weather- wax, quiet the passengers, Jean Witham, a third, is trying to revive the heating engineer. Tommy Earley, with a cold pack. Here we are, back to earth, for a while at least. As our carpet is being refuelled for its return voyage by Bob Coe, an employee of Dick Owen ' s Peppy Petroleum Company (makers of the fuel designed to put more joy into your jet), let ' s take a look around the city. Our two guides, Eddie Rebello and Manny Macrogianis, know every nook and cranny in the city. Our first step is the Silva Junior College, owned by Mary Silva and her elderly husband. In the main office we see Jean Lapworth, Dean of Women, janitor Ken Bolduc discussing the recreational facilities of the college with a prominent physical education teacher, Nancy Smith. The problems are soon solved, however, by the suggestions of two outstanding teachers who just entered, Theresa Jardin and Virginia Gill. Diagonally across the street from the college, the skilled workmen Harry Aseltine and Denton Colder are just putting the finishing touches on the George Sarados Building, which was originally designed by Janet Holmes and erected by Bob Kunigenas. A sign tells us we are entering Monsieur Billie Heelan ' s Beauty Salon. Inside we see Mrs. J. Pearpoint, the former Carolyn Gill, being given an egg shampoo by Patricia Connors. Also snipping away on two other customers are Audrey Anderson and Norma Place. Another department in the building is a thriving concern, Lloyd Baldwin ' s Pawn Shop. Bob Desmond, a persuasive young salesman, meets us with an inviting smile. Hearing our voice Lorraine Cummings, Elaine Lewis and Ann Bercovitz decide to leave their ledgers and chat with us a minute. They inform us that Mrs. G. Gay (Nancy Winroth) is the mother of twins. We also hear the wonderful news that Bernard Stripinis is head machinist on a new rocket project in the next block. Zoom! There ' s been an accident! As we rush out we see policewoman Isabel McGarvey pushing the crowd back. Who is it? Here comes the mayor, Art Kimber. Maybe he knows. " Nothing to be alarmed about folks! It seems Dave Johnston ' s bakery truck dented the fender of Del Fi eld ' s new Cadillac. " Here comes Dr. J. Farley and his able assistant William St. Germaine to the rescue. I see newspaper columnists Eva Home and Adella Kucinskas at the scene getting first-hand information. Our guides hail a taxi, and soon we ' re on our way over to that swanky nightclub " Fred ' s Glen, " owned by Wayne Fredericks and Kieran Glennon. Our taxi driver, Alan Sampson, is catching the last of Betty Coan ' s disk jockey program on the Videodeo Screen. Dot Wilding is advertising Robert Stetson ' s electrical appliances. Now, ten minutes of the latest news by Franklin Hall: " Miss Cynthia Kovey and Miss Madeline Fritz, two of the nation ' s most popular socialites, have just been chosen among the ten best-dressed women in the world. " Phil Walent, well known movie producer, just scored a tremendous hit with his latest release, starring the sensational dancer Carlota Tilson and the comedian team of Joan Shannahan and Ken Leathers. " Barbara Davidson, medical technician, has just discovered a new serum which will be introduced and advertised by the clever commercial artist Mary Faulds. " Also in the science world, prominent industrial chemist Carolyn Fiske has just announced her engagement to a tea taster. " FLASH! Woman politician Mrs. Hickory Vanderholler, the former Florence Murphy, has just won the N. H. primaries for President. It is expected, however, that Mr. James Hickey will create a landslide in the South. " Mechanical Engineer Louis DiCorpo has just completed his designs for the sensational rocket which is believed to be capable of reaching the outer solar system. " The prominent explorer and solar traveler Miss Louise Miskinis has just returned from her fiftieth trip to the moon. Her companion. Miss Helen Georges, is writing a novel of the experiences which is expected to be a tremendous hit. " That ' s all for tonight folks . . . Tune . . . i n . . . " Well, that was quick! Here ' s Fred ' s Glen. I see Rena Slade working in the cocktail lounge shaking up a milkshake for wealthy naval architect Harold Magee. Say, there ' s a friendly-looking group over there at that table. Laughing and talking are Dot Gay, Lois Mara, and Janet Barker, secretaries of Mr. Neal Van Fernald, the banker. The lights are diming and the spotlight shines on our mistress of ceremonies, Betty Holmes, who introduces Andy Denenno and his renown orchestra. They are supposed to have a gorgeous opera star as guest star tonight, the sensational Odette Rodrigues, and here she is now. Before we go on with the next act, our atteniion is drawn to two distinguished millionaires in the audience and their charming wives, the former Theresa Andrade and Kathryn McCourt. Back on stage again we see the ever popular comic trio depicting the life of " Sally Secretary " and her two roommates, Thelmo Borgeson, Marie Nuovo, and Betty Crean. It isn ' t long until our pleasant waitress, Eileen Anderson serves us a luscious meal which, we later found out, was prepared under the supervision of the famous dietician Janice Mone. No wonder we enjoyed it so much! As our eyelids begin to grow heavy, we go back to the carpet all ready to speed safely on our way home after a day in the land of ' 62. And the sands begin to sift again. . . . First row, left to right: Joseph Lewis, Robert Desmond, John Farley, Captain; Denton Colder, Lloyd Baldwin, Robert K!im, Robe: Perdigao, John Ares, Richard Klim, David Johnston. Second row, left to right: Virgil Andrews, Jack Dykeman, Charles Fahey, Joseph Hallet, Edward McGillvray, Donald McKinnon, Alphonse Barbato, David Lord, Robert Blake, Philip Sullivan, Arthur Kamber. Third row, left to right: George Perkins, Barry Howland, George Silva, Donald Rennie, Richard Gibbs, Charles Long, Roy Leonard, Paul Stanton, Jock Savini, Robert Daly. • 1948 Stoughton 12 Agawam 20 Stoughton 7 Needham 6 Stoughton 6 Whitman 13 Stoughton 41 Rockland 0 Stoughton 19 Abington 6 Stoughton 34 Randolph 6 Stoughton 27 Walpole 7 Stoughton 27 Plymouth 0 Stoughton 40 North Easton 12 Stoughton 13 Canton 0 WON 8, LOST 2 1949 Stoughton 7 Broinlree 8 Stoughton 32 . New Bedford Vocational 0 Stoughton 6 Whitman 7 Stoughton 12 Barnstable 12 Stoughton 26 Abington 6 Stoughton 38 Randolph 0 Stoughton 7 Walpole 27 Stoughton 7 Plymouth 14 Stoughton 40 North Easton 19 Stoughton 7 Canton 14 WON 4, LOST S, TIED 1 MR. ALBERT TWOOMEY, Couch 1950 Stoughton 14 Braintree 2b Stoughton 28 . New Bedford Vocational 0 Stoughton 30 Whitman 0 Stoughton 45 Abington 13 Stoughton 37 North Attleboro 7 Stoughton 31 Walpole 0 Stoughton 26 Plymouth 7 Stoughton 45 North Easton 13 Stoughton 7 Canton 6 WON 8, LOST 1 1951 Stoughton 44 . New Bedford Vocational 14 Stoughton 31 Whitman 0 Stoughton 6 Natick 6 Stoughton 25 Abington 0 Stoughton 6 North Attleboro 7 Stoughton 12 Walpole 0 Stoughton 13 Norwood 12 Stoughton 27 Milford 19 Stoughton 19 Canton 0 WON 7, LOST " 1, TIED 1 0m Bola-Bola, Hohi-Uoln, Tluil ' s llic i((ir crx of Sl )ni(lil ni High School. Wo trill (Ion II ihrni, If (■ irill cron ii lliciii Till they holla llicy ' vc Had enough rough stuff. Center! End! Tackle! Guard! Hit that man, and hit him hard! Back row, left to right: R. Magee, L. Mahoney, G. Sarcdos, R. Kiim, R. Desmond, W. Heelan, J. Hickey, R. Burke, P. Walent, R. Perdigao, J. Farley. Middle row, left to right: E. Home, C. Fiske, V. Gill, T. Jardin, B. Holmes, A. Kuscinskas, K. McCourt, F. Murphy, L. Cummings, J. Mone, B. Davidson, F. Johnson, J, Holmes. Dear Frienda of the Yearbook; The Graduating Class of 1952 extends its grateful acknowledgment to every- one contributing his encouragement and assistance in making this Semaphore ' 52 a successful class project. The many hours of difficult planning and work would have been impossible without the interest, cooperation, and suggestions of each member of the class, the faculty, and Mr. Randall. Briefly and at random, we are ind ebted to our Advertisers and Patrons for their financial indulgence ; the Business Committee , sparked by Lloyd Baldwin and Madeline Fritz, for its successful advertising campaign; the Literary Committee , inspired by Pauline Vincent, for its originality and lively humor ; the Arranging Committee , and Louis DiCorpo for his great patience and mathematical practicality; the Art Committee for a tremendous contribution; our Advisor, Mr. Murphy, for his unfailing encouragement ; and especially Cynthia Kovey , our Editor-in-Chief, Theresa Andrad e and Mary Faulds , our Assistant Editors, for their arduous pioneering for a yearbook with that " new look " . To our entire yearbook staff, goes a round of applause for this pictorial record of our memorable days at Stoughton High. The Senior Class, 1952 Is First row, left to right: V. Gill, M. Faulds, E. Cohenno, E. Holmes, Editor; T. Jardin, F. Murphy, P. Vincent, B. Dooley. Second row, left to right; A. Kuscinskas, B. Fenton, J. Blum, L. Thorner, F. Fennessey, C. Pratt, R. Selig, B. Cowgill, M. Silva. Third row, left to right: D. Kovey, E. Horne, M. Angelos, J. Merrill, G. Sarados, W. Heelan, P. Egerton, J. Kelley, F. Johnson, B. Davidson. Advisor — Miss Mabel Simons. Because of the sessions double Girls ' sports had schedule trouble, But hockey stayed together Through this and rainy weather. As " frosh " and " sophs " we enjoyed Coach Smith, who ne ' er became annoyed And our bruises, cured with laughing, Made close of season sorry parting. Again the hockey season came; Coach Roberts led the team to fame. Even if our wins were fe w. Each game brought hope anew. Our spirit was always high Whether it was win, lose, or tie For we fought with what it takes For good old S.H.S ' s sake. (Silent ffi ai rH Madeline Fritz, Janice Mone, Captain. Cynthia Kovey, Ann LaPorte, Jeanne Zampi. Advisor, Miss Mary E. Pomeroy. Farley. --- Davi Stouyhton 70 Stoughton 59 Stoughton 58 l ecorJ of 1952 Stoughton 64 Stoughton 45 Stoughton 56 Stoughton 52 Stoughton 86 Stoughton 72 Stoughton 48 Stoughton 51 Stoughton 63 Stoughton 61 Stoughton 88 Stoughton 54 Stoughton 7 1 Stoughton 77 SOUTH SHORE TOURNEY Canton 21 Sharon 42 North Attleboro 42 Foxboro 40 Randolph 50 North Easton 51 Mansfield 42 Canton 23 Sharon 46 North Attleboro 39 Foxboro 63 Randolph 28 North Easton 42 Mansfield 45 Hingham 50 Middleboro 43 Sharon 54 BOSTON GARDEN EASTERN MASS. CLASS C TOURNEY Stoughton 44 Weston 49 tnmr QIlafiB flaj} First row, left to right: B. Holmes, E. Cohenno, T. Jardin, F. Murphy, J. Mone, E. Angelos, M. Fritz. Second row, left to right: A. Kimbei, N. Smith, M. Faulds, P VincenI, K. McCourt, P. Connors, L. Mara, T. Andrade, H. Aseltine. Third row, left to right: K. Leathers, R. Klim, R. DeCosta, V. Fredricks, D. Johnston, F. Hall, K. Glennon, R. Burke. Director, Mr. Joseph Cell; Assistant, Mrs. Appleton Woodward. The timely comedy written by Kurtz Gordon and presented by the senior class proved to have all the ingredients for an evening of hilarious entertainment for two successful performances on May 2 and 3 at the West Elementary School. Our seniors demonstrated considerable poise and a flair for comedy behind the footlights of a production that was a source of pride to all concerned. When Papa ' s newly organized union at the shop inspires him at home to unyielding power and authority beyond his height, Mama and his three daughters rebel in a most amusing and uncom- promising manner. Their banner for the fray hung in the living room announces in large letters their battle slogan, " Paper Plates for Papa! " WhaCs a play without rehearsals? CAST ONE CAST TWO f nulb (ttnunrtl yimm hmris to hi au VOIITH t ' OllCIL other Officers Elected At Meeting Proposed Youth Council Mow Set To Organize Over 100 Students Seek To Join As a result of a long study of further ways and means of develop- ing initiativ e, perspective and respon- sibility among the under graduates at S.H.S. a plan to form a Youth Council has been proposed, the purpose of which is to discuss problems facing the youth of Stoughton, and develop some concrete recommendations for a Youth Council in this town. Youth Council Reports On Activities; Enthusiasm High As Plans Take Shape Survey Conducted First row, Ipft to right: A. Johnson, J. Merrill, P. Vincent, W. Harris, President; T. Andrade, M. Smith, B. Cowqill. Second row, left to right: C. Fuhey, D. Kovey, P. Egerton, C. Prult, B. Fenton, M. Fauids, J. Savin;. Third row, left to right: R. Darling, K. Leathers, W. Heelan, R. Klim, G. Sarados, D. Lord, F. Farrell, F. Brown. SOCIAL COMMITTEE PLAN DANCE YOUTH COUNCIL SPONSORS TRIP TO ICE FOLLIES (Humt iPorum The success of the Career Forums conducted at S. H. S. was due largely to the efforts of the committee organized to sponsor the pro- grams. Not only did the Career Forum Committee assist the Guidance Department in organizing the popular series of career meetings, but also handled the registration of students attending the forums, intro- duced guest speakers and participated as members of panel discussions. Deans of leading schools and colleges, employment managers from business and industry, job placement specialists, union officials and military representatives were among the career consultants pre- sented by members of the committee. The large voluntary attendance at meetings scheduled throughout the school year was evidence of our appreciation of the committee ' s efforts to assist us in our career planning. First row, left to right: Pauline Vincent, Florence Murphy, Susan Berkowitz, Betty Cowqil Second row, left to right: Richard Burke, Richard Klim, David Lord, Jack Savini. Advisor — Mr. Aaron Fink. Sramatir OIlub Back row, left to right: B. Davidson, F. Johnson, N. Smith, V. Low, E. Champagne, S. Winroth, P. Egerton, N. Patton, J. Merrill, C. Tilson, E. Coan, C. Fiske, A. Brown, P. Beals, M. Rue First row, left to right: E. Holmes, M. Faulds, M. Kuscinskas, A. Kuscinskas, V. Gill, President; P. Vincent, T. Jardin, H. Mara. Advisor, Miss Mary J. Commane. Thespians at play Back stage at the Shiibert Theater Mr. Anderson Celia Andrade Mr. and Mrs. J. Andrade Mr. Gerard P. Antonellis Mr. and Mrs. Rosaire Ares Art, Bill, Bilo, Roloo The Bagloles Mrs. Joseph Berkowitz Bevie and Del June A. Blum Marjorie E. Blum Perry A. Blum Mr. and Mrs. Richard Botsch Brian and Patricia Mr. and Mrs. Ross J. Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bruce Mr. Robert Buckley Beaman Cardmore Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chapman Charles Hill Groceries Sandra Jean Christopolos Miss Olive Coan Catherine Cancro Mr. and Mrs. James Connors Patricia Connors Mr. John Cowgill Cray ' s Service Station Jack Cribbens — F. N. S. Dave, Dave, Dave, Dave Dickie Dean and Otis Estey Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeLuca Mr. and Mrs. A. G. DeMone Margaret DeMone Mr. and Mrs. Paul Doherty Arthur Donovan Miss Emeline Doonan Jack Dykeman Miss Barbara Fennessey Mr. and Mrs. A. Fink Mr. and Mrs. William D. Fiske Mr. William Fiske, Jr. Margaret E. Fitzpatrick Miss Jeanne Fleming Timothy A. Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fralick Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gay Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Gill Vasco Gonsalves " Graduate of 1894 " Mr. and Mrs. Leo Green Mr. and Mrs. Albin Gusciora David W. Hadley Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hadley Carl Hampe and Charlie Fahey Mr. and Mrs. Orvin H. Hansen Mrs. G. Dana Harris William Haskell Mr. Thomas Herron Mr. and Mrs. William O. Hocking Billy Hodges Mr. and Mrs. Russell Holmes Bally Jardin Mr. and Mrs. John R. Johnston Mr. Judge Pvt. Adams Kaminskas Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Keefe Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kelleher Mr. and Mrs. James Kelleher Keller ' s Coffee Shop Michael Kevin Kelley J. M. Kennedy D. Kent Company Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krebs Kresge Twins Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. LaCivita Fred Landolfi and Jimmy Mara Laurice Lane Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Lapworth Mr. and Mrs. Antony Lavish Frank Leca and Son Earl Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lerune Mrs. Eldon Lindberg Mr. and Mrs. Edward Longo Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lord Judith M. Lord Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lundgren Mr. and Mrs. George V. Lundquist Miss Annie McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCourt Mr. and Mrs. Paul McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Richard McDonald Peter McGarvey Edward McGillivray Joan McGillivray Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKusick Miss Joyce McKusick Mr. and Mrs. William McLaughlin John Mack Madelon, Marlene, Joan, Jeanne Mr. and Mrs. Fred Magee Mr. and Mrs. Happy Magee Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, Jr. Mary Jo ' s Restaurant Meadowbrook Farms Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Morrill Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morrill Ruey Morrill Mr. and Mrs. James Mullens Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Murphy Jack Newman Nichols and Com.pany Norman and Betty Mr. and Mrs. Walter O ' Brien Mr. and Mrs. Robert O ' Doy A. Parent Pat and Mary Mr. Arthur Penardi Mr. and Mrs. John Porter Portuguese Women ' s Auxiliary- Mrs. George Pollillio Puppyland Ray and Gil Ray " Hathaway " Baker Herbert Reed Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reed Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred J. Robichau Ruth ' s Mill Remnant Store Pete Santos and Frank Loring Irene Sarados Miss Sally Seaver Mr. John Shannahan Mrs. John Shannahan Mrs. R. N. Shattuck Fred V. Shaw Shirley, Dottie, Cathy, Pat Mr. and Mrs. John Sidebottom Sievers and White Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Silva, Sr. Joe Silva Miss Mary Silva Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sidney Eleanor Smith Mr. George H. Smith Madeline E. Smith Sophomore Class Officers Gabriel Sousa Stoughton Delicatessen Mr. and Mrs. Howard Switzer Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor Theresa and Kathryn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tilson Celine and Carlota Tilson Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tremblay Mrs. Aline Toupence John Twomey Sebastian (Pat) Urciucli Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vincent Peter Wallan Nancy Winroth and George Gay Ma White Mr. and Mrs. John Witham Charles Yaitanes Ethel and Nick Yaitanes Compliments of A Friend (Compliments Joseph J. Corcoran Shoe Co., Inc. Toco Brothers Constrvctiosi dmnm GENERAL CONTRACTORS NEWTONVILLE MASSACHUSETTS (Compiiments C ong ' ialulalions. to {lie ' laJualing Class of 19 2 Polillio General Contractors ♦ NORFOLK COUNTY TRUST CO. 2121 CENTRAL ST., STOUGHTON Telephones 748-MK, 927-W, 588-W NINETEEN CONVENIENT OFFICES Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. F. FEDERICO AND SONS General Confracfors and Builders Carpenters and Masons 22 PEARL ST. Telephone 1078 CARLETON F. HOLBROOK Construction Equipment 1873 WASHINGTON STREET Telephone 1080 - 1081 mmm Chevrolet inc. Complifnenis of Sa es l y Service NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. ♦ 287 WASHINGTON ST. Class Jeweler STOUGHTON Telephone 574 Stonehill College ( nyyi nf 1 m nP NORTH EASTON, MASS. • A FRIEND Co-Educational Courses Teaching to Degrees in Liberal Arts, Science, Business Administration i5r • Address Inquiries to fhe Registrar Beit Wiikei to tL Class of 52 JAMES LEHAN, INC. OLDEST FORD DEALER IN NEW ENGLAND STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 35 Compliments of STOUGHTON HARDWARE CO. Compliments of HENRY BRICKELL 35 PARK ST. Complimenfs of TOWN TAXI Stand Opposite Town House " Our Service — Your Pleasure " W. L. Robbins, Prop. TEL. STO. 293 Compliments of INGRAM ' S JENNEY STATION Lubrication — Wastiing — Repairing 500 WASHINGTON ST. Telephone 1670 BEST OF LUCK STOUGHTON AUTO SALES AND SERVICE Compliments of EDWARD C. LINDELOF Compliments of r iiinn ' niL service TEXACO SERVICE 931 WASHINGTON STREET Compliments of MURPHY COAL CO. WALENT COAL CO. 100 PERRY ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of BARTON S Your Family Shoe Store 770 WASHINGTON ST. Tel. 534-M Compliments of STOUGHTON ENGINEERING CO. James J. Ruggiero 30 Crescent Ave. Compliments of JJliiiN JiiJM IN U O VArvlliill oHJKHi Corner Stoughton and Pearl Streets Telephone 595 DYKEMAN ELECTRIC CO. 18 WYMAN ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. Telephone 88 Compliments of MALBON JEWELERS STATE THEATER BLOCK ATTORNEY HARRY A. MARCUS STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of BURBA ' S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION WASHINGTON STREET Compliments of PEERLESS CEMEN 1 CO., INC. TO CLASS OF ' 52 Compliments of T AL POWERS PORTER ST. LUNCH BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF ' 52 CUMMINGS ELECTRICAL CO. Stoughton 1065 — Sharon 690 DR. MARSHALL BRICKELL Compli netiis of JAMES B. COTTER IN STOUGHTON IT ' S The News-Sentinel SINCE 1861 Sfoughfon ' s Home Town Newspaper 3esl iskci to llv C lass of 52 H. P. HOOD and SONS ICE CREAM DIVISION Compliments of Bond-Rite Combining Co., Inc. 25 BROCK ST., STOUGHTON C omplinienis of TIGRON LATEX AND CHEMICAL CORP. ZDcst Irishes flom CONNOR ' S WAYSIDE FURNITURE CANTON, MASS. CornpliwniS ' of C kndt tke in C Lui cL ( oods (Lo. 43 GROVE ST., WEST QUINCY, MASS. Phone Granite 2-1035 - 2-3283 " We Are i is As Near As Your Telephone " Complim ' nls of GILL MACHINE CO. 45 BROOK ST., STOUGHTON Compli)ncnls of Whispering Willows Camp Complimoiis of NORFOLK LIIIHBER iC. Compliments of TOWN OIL COMPANY Tel. Canton 6-0280 Stoughton 1306 Complimen ' s of DR. LEWIS E. FRITZ CREVOLA ' S MEN ' S STORE WASHINGTON ST. LESBERG SCRAP SALVAGE CO. 1152 WASHINGTON ST. Stoughton 1359 Complimenis of W. T. HORAN and SON PORTER ST. - TEL. 245-W Fuel Oil — Kelvinator Refrigerafors R.C.A. Radio and Television Compliments of lOSEPH DeVITO Compliments of A. C. WOODWARD, M.D. FLOWERS BY CELI Distinctive Arrangements for All Occasions Prompt Delivery 190 MORTON ST. Tel. 178 Compliments of JOE UNDA ' S TAXI SERVICE Stoughton Beauty Salon and Barber Shop 771 WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 383 Peter Klimas Virginia Perry Compliments of WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP Stoughton ' s Leading Specialty Shop EDGAR S. MALCOLM Stougfiton ' s Oldest Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Service 4 FREEMAN ST. Telephone 200 Compliments of STOUGHTON SHIRT SERVICE 2 PERRY ST. Tel. 1289 Compliments of CRIMMINS ELASTIC WEB CO. TYPEWRITERS RENTED AND SOLD Pick-Up and Delivery Service OLIVE KLUND 25 PINEWOOD AVE. Sto. 1012-W STOUGHTON SUPPLY AND TTTMRFR CCi 1202 WASHINGTON STREET Telephone Stoughton 1121 BOMHARD BROS. GARAGE Auto Electric — Carburation 582 PEARL ST. Telephone 1100 Compliments of BOB RUSSELL ' S ESSO SERVICENTER 309 PARK STREET Telephone 1230 Compliments of DR. GEORGE E. GARVIN Optometrist Compliments of SAM AND JOHN ' S SHOE STORE 789-791 WASHINGTON ST. Compliments of J. MITCHELL and SONS Plumbing and Heating Compliments of ENGLISH IV, PERIOD III ROOM 26 Complimenfs of F. C. PHILLIPS Compliments of STOUGHTON LAUNDRY Established 1911 Telephone Stoughton 150 Compliments of GOLDEN ' S WASHERETTE 18 WYMAN ST. Compliments of The Sheriff ' s Posse of Mass., Inc. Compliments of MR. and MRS. I. L. KOVEY Compliments of GEORGE ' S RESTAURANT Compliments of IVALDI MOTORS CANTON, MASS. PHILLIP ' S KENNELS 23 NORTH PAUL STREET Cocker Spaniel Pups Stud Service Compliments of P and Q CLOTHES 169 MAIN ST., BROCKTON RUGGERIO BROS. OIL CO. rnIL b IAaI OrrlCc — STOUGHTON 1020 Electrical Appliances - Mason Work - All Kinds of Cement Work — Stoughton 1346 Compliments of BLUM BROS. BUILDERS STOUGHTON, MASS. L. LINTZ 79 PORTER STREET Tuxedos for Rental and Also Summer Wear: White Coats, Night Blue Trousers Furs Remodeled, Repaired, Glazed Compliments of DR. E. J. FARLEY, M.D. Compliments of JOHANSON ' S CAKE SHOP Co»ipliniL ' ils of Rock Manufacturing Co. STOUGHTON, MASS. " From Standing Timber to Finished Product " Compli ncnis of STOUGHTON DINER FRANK ' S RADIO TELEVISION CO. Sales - Service — Auio and Home Radios Elecfrical Appliances Admiral - Emerson 29 WYMAN ST. TEL. 1074 Compliments of WALSH ' S ICE CREAM OAK ST., BROCKTON Compliments of SHAWMUT MILL STORE PORTER ST. Compliments of CRIMMINS and McMANUS Compliments of McNamara Farms WEST END IRON WORKS Structural Building Steel BRAYTON WILSON COLE CORP. Steel Chairs and Miscellaneous Steel and Iron Cornplimcnts of BROCKTON TAUNTON GAS COMPANY COLLINS, WILLIS and BECKONENT ARCHITECTS M. Frank Higgins Co., Inc. ASPHALT TILE THE MUn PRINT Offset and Letterpress Printing YEAR BOOK PRINTERS " Quality Printing . . . On Time . . . and Right " 93 CENTRE STREET BROCKTON, MASS. A L S A V I N I STOUGHTON SAND GRAVEL COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTOR 168 WASHINGTON ST., STOUGHTON THE MORTON PRESS High Grade Commercial Prinfing Weddings a Specialiy 5 WYMAN ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. Qomplirnonts of STOUGHTON VARIETY STORE Al Deluca, Prop. BEST WISHES FROM DR. FRANCIS E. KENNEY Dentist 9 PEARL ST., STOUGHTON, MASS. DR, T. Ai. O ' LEARY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1952 JOHN J. ROGERS AND SON Compliments of the " 138 " LOUNGE Complimenis of SWAN CLEANERS AND DYERS 20 FREEMAN ST. Telephone 1088 Best Wishes to the Class of 1952 from MICKEY BISHOP ' S CAFE WHERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET Complimenfs of DYKEMAN ' S PHARMACY CANTON, MASS. Compliments of JOHN C. MARTIN AND SONS Proprietor of Martin ' s Model Market 22 PORTER ST. TELEPHONE 139 Compliments of WENDELL B. GOODWIN Exierior and Inferior Painting — Paper Hanging TELEPHONE 652 Compliments of PILGRIM OIL CO. Compliments of COUNTRY-MAID DOUGHNUT SHOP ROUTE 138 -CANTON Compliments of COLONIAL HARDWARE CO FREEMAN ST. TELEPHONE 450 Compliments of OFFICE WINDOW CLEANING CO. 6 BEACON STREET, BOSTON Richmond 2-0680 Compliments of WILLIAM F. SEIVERS Compliments of JOHN L. POLI LLIO General Contractor Loom - Fill - Gravel - Sand 1828 CENTRAL ST. Stoughton 476-W TWIN-KEE MFG. CO. Clothing 720 PARK ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of PEARSON ' S GIFT SHOP 768 WASHINGTON ST. PORTER COAL CO. COAL - WOOD - COKE FUEL OIL Complimenfs of STOUGHTON SPORTS CENTER Automatic Pin Setters LLOYD ANIMAL HOSPITAL William Lloyd, Veterinarian 1995 WASHINGTON ST. Telephone 1235 Complimenfs of STOUGHTON DRIVE-IN MARKET Imported Greek and Italian Foods Lingerie Hosiery NORMAN ' S 10 WYMAN STREET Infants ' Wear Boys ' Wear Compliments of MILTON BISHOP General Mason Contractor 900 WASHINGTON ST. Telephone 297-W iScsl l slu ' s lo the Class of 52 SHAWMUT WOOLEN MILLS Compliments of DOHERTY ' S CANDY SHOP WYMAN ST., STOUGHTON Compliments of RIESER ' S FARM 530 CANTON ST., STOUGHTON Tel. 1499-J Compliments of TURNPIKE TRADING POST WASHINGTON ST., STOUGHTON BEST WISHES FROM AUSTIE ' S CAFE 5-7 PORTER ST. George A. Connell, Manager READ and WHITE 1 1 1 Summer St., Boston Phone LI 2-7930 - 7931 Complete Rental Service for All Formal C o h ng Needs BEST WISHES FROM BROCKTON EDISON COMPANY " Live Electrically " Compliments of STOUGHTON GARAGE General Repairing and Towing Gas - Oil - Storage 709 WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 87 Compliments of JOHNNY ' S TEXACO STATION John Zumas, Prop. JIGGER ' S SERVICE STATION Merit Gas and Oil Dependable Auto Repairing 687 WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 8 Compliments of OLIVER ' S HARDWARE Compliments of AMERICAN BILTRITE CO. Compliments of numu mu market MAIN ST., NORTH EASTON Sest Vishes to tlv Q ' laduating CI ass or iQ ' ii STOUGHTON OFFICE Randolph Savings Bank 21 WYMAN STREET RAY ' S PONTIAC Sales and Service 386 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. JIMMY ' S SUPER MARKET EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1952 ( onjpl iincnis cj KENNEDY MFG. CORP. ( (»npl injcnfi ' of Ouellet Pharmacy, Inc. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES Stoughton Co-operative Bank 9 FREEMAN STREET A Savings Plan to Suit Your Budget Savings Accounts Insured in Full Under Massachusetts Law ( omplimmts of- Perdigao ' s Super Market 32 WASHINGTON STREET Telephone 997 Bed Wiikei to tlie Clai6 of 1952 LORING ' S Your School Photographer 216 MAIN STREET, BROCKTON, MASS.


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