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

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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1954 volume:

PRESENTED BY THE CLASS OF 1954 STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL ] Stoughton, Massachusetts JOSEPH H. GIBBONS Superintendent of Schools To the members of the Class of 1954: Your generation is facing the most serious crisis that any group has ever faced. As young Americans you must have a devotion to the ideals of a Christian democracy. From your public school education you should have a firm belief in the principles of the Declaration of Independence along with a willingness to work for liberty, justice, peace and prosperity for all people. Our schools are the agency of society to bring about such understandings and ideals for the general good. Your home, church, and school have nurtured your de- velopment of moral and spiritual values that are approved in our democratic culture. These values, when applied to your actions, will bring them into accord with acceptable standards of conduct. Our society cannot survive without a moral order. A system of moral and spiritual values is indispensable to group living. This is especially true in a society like ours where the welfare of all depends upon the cooperation of all. As future citizens of our democratic society you must be con- cerned with your personal integrity, honesty and self-discipline. As Superintendent of Schools, I extend my heartiest con- gratulations to each and every member of the class of 1954 and commend you for your personal achievements during your school years. I would remind you to be willing at all times to assume the duties and responsibilities that will be yours as our future citizens. Take an active part in public life and affairs so that you can make a personal contribution to your community. In conclusion, remember always to be grateful to your parents who have reared you with loving care and who have made many sacrifices in your behalf. Your success in life is assured if you will but participate with enthusiasm and perser- vance, striving to be a credit to yourself, to your parents and to your school. ADMINISTRATION To the Class of 1954, I extend my sincere best wishes for continued success and happi- ness. You have handled well the privileges and responsibilities of membership in your class, as well as in your school. In reflecting happily upon your years here, all of us will look for- ward to proclaiming proudly your individual accomplishments of the future. May God bless all of you. AARON FINK Principal 2 During the six years I have been asso- ciated with the Class of 1954, I have noted their many individual members and group achievements. The Class of 1954 has proved itself to be strong in sportsmanship, citizenship, and scholarship. As you leave Stoughton High School to seek other goals, I wish you every success in your new endeavors. DANIEL R. DONAHUE Assistant Principal ADMINISTRATION Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1954. Many are your skills and tal- ents. We have encouraged you to understand and shape them toward many goals. The pleasure of the years ahead will be your achievement of them. Good luck! THOMAS A. NORRIS Director of Guidance First row, left to right: M. McGlew, E. Farmer, R. Lavallee, B. Ryan, F. Burke, D. Donahue, A. Fink, H. Randall, D. Manchester, M. Horrit;an, A. DeSantis. Second row: E. Glennon, O. Nelson, F. Vogel, E. Mclnerney, J. Hopkins, G. Leaver, E. McKenny, J. Knowles, F. Daly, G. Antonellis, M. Flynn, P. Ryder. Third row: F. McGeo.nh, A. Twomey, W. Crisah, J. Holt, R. Hutchins, D. Murphy, R. McLaughlin, L. Kahn, P. Willis, A. Penardi; also, Miss Simmons and C. Donovan. FACULTY To the Faculty of Stoughton High: Throughout our four years at Stoughton High School you have been an essential factor in helping us to acquire a sound education. As our instructors you have guided us painstakingly along the road of learning until, now, we have come to the last step of our journey — graduation. Our diplomas will represent not only four year of hard work and prolonged study, but also the sometimes forgotten helping hand you have extended to us. Now that our high school days have come to an end, we realize how much we have depended upon you, as teachers, guides, and friends. Yes, you have become our friends as well as our advisers. For that reason our classes ceased to be chores and had become pleasures. When one has been taught by educators sympathetic with the problems of the individual student, one finds enjoyment even in the most difficult tasks. We sincerely hope that we shall fulfill the promise of our student days and that the seeds you have planted will bear abundant fruit. THE CLASS OF 1954 4 We, the Class of 1954, wish to express our sincerest thanks to a friend and counselor, who has done so much to help us meet the challenging problems of growing up. We gratefully dedicate our Yearbook to Mrs. Mancheste r. MRS. DOROTHY A. MANCHESTER DEDICATION We, the Class of 1954, proudly dedicate our Yearbook to Mr. Randall in rec- ognition of his many years of unselfish and devoted service to the school and to our class. We wish him the choicest of God ' s blessings. MR. HOWARD R. RANDALL 8 " Ginn vmGJNIA ROSE , X Commercial 4 «t)t. 3r o£ baIl 2, 3, 4; Rose PemonH ati h 3, 4; Yearbook 4 rivers Ed. 4; Soph. Dance: Refresh y Piaure and Decorating ComiX- 4 DERSON Civic Football Mgr. 2; Track 2iylntramural Basketball 3, 4; Dramatic 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Fish Game Club 4; Chorus 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop Comm. 2; Sr. Record Hop Comm. 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Sr. Mardi Gras Comm. 4; Driver Ed. 3. VIRGIL ALBERT ANDREWS ' Digger ' Civic Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basket- ball 3; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Christmas Program 3; Jr. Prom Marshal 3; Graphic Arts 4; Boys ' Cooking 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. MARY ANNA ANGELOS ' Anna ' College Basketball 3; Field Hockey 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Capt. 4; Youth Council 1; Student Council 4; Grad Usher. 3; Rose Song 2; Baccaleaureate Choir 2; Baccaleaureate Usher. 3; Daisy Chain 3; Year- book 4; Semaphore 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club I, 2, 3; Christmas Program 3, 4; Sr. Recept. Usher. 3; Class Day Usher. 3; Camera Club 1; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Christmas Djnce 4; Kick-off Dance 3, 4. JUDITH LEE AUSTIN " Judy ' Drivers Ed. 4; Yearbook 4. College ALPHONSE EDWARD BARBATO " Buddy " College Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Aviation Club 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Soph. Dance Comm. 2. ■phyr PHYLLIS ANN BEALS Commercial Youth Council 1; Semaphore Staff Typist 4; Year- book Typist 4; Dramatic Club 2; Parents Night Usher. 2; Camera Club 4; Chorus 4; Cafe 3, 4; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Re- ception 4. ARTHUR BISHOP Bish ' College Football Mgr. 3; Baseball 2; Intramural 3. 4; Stu- dent Council 3. 4; Yearbook 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance 2; Soph. Re- cord Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop i; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Sr. Mardi Gras 4; Sr. Record Hop 4. " Boofy " PAUL BISHOP Civic Football 3, 4; Fish Game Club 4; Aviation Club 4; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom. Comm. 3; Ring Comm. 3; Record Hop 3; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Sr. Class Treasurer 4. ARLENE BROWN " Nina ' Commercial Volleyball 4; National Honor Soc. 1; Rose Song 2; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 2; Jr. Prom Usher. X; Drivers Ed. 3; Stage Crafts 4; Fresh. Dance 1; r. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dante i. PATRICIA ANN CAREY -pat " College Girls ' Wood Crafts 4. ELAINE AURELIE CHAMPAGNE " Laine " Comm ercial Basketball 3; Rose Soni; 2; Yearbook 4; Sema- phore 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Christmas Program 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Drivers Ed. 4; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Decoration Comm., Chairman 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sec. of Class 1954, 4. RONALD ERNEST CHAMPAGNE " Jellybeans " Civic Intramural 3; Semaphore 3; Open House Usher 3; Graphic Arts 2, 3, 4; Library Asst. 3; Planning Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. EVELYN MEAD COLEMAN ' Evvie " Collegi Yearbook, Art Editor 4; Fresh. Dance Comm. Soph. Dance Comm.; Daisy Chain 1, 2; Jr. Prom Comm.; Home Ec. Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 4 Dramatic Club 1, 2. FRANCIS ALOYSIUS COPELLO ' Cappy " Civic Track 3, 4; Fish Game Club 4; Ring Comm. 3; Planning Comm. 4; Graphic Arts 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; H. R. Vice-Pres. 1. CATHERINE CHRISTINE CP - VO " Cathy " Civic Yearbook 4; Rose Song 2; Cafe, 1; Office Work 3, 4; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph. Record Hop 2; Sr. Rec- ord Hop 4; Jr. Prom C .... oi. I ' lay 4; Sr. Reception 4; Jr. Record Hop 3; Soph. Dance Comm. 2. PAULINE MARY EGERTON " Sis " College Basketball 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Volleyball 4; Softball 2; Youth Council 1; Sec. of Comm. Club 2; Student Council 3; Exec. Comm. 4; Graduation Usher. 3; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3; Lion ' s Club Usher. 3; Gym Demonstration 1; P.T.A. Program Semaphore Staff 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; De- bating Soc. 4; Yearbook 4; Literary Editor 4; Christmas Program 3; Parent ' s Night Usher. 3; Class Day Usher. 3; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Planning Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance Comm. 4; Sr. Musical 3. MARYANNE CATHERINE FELOS " Maryanne " Commercial Basketball 3; Rose Song 2; Baccaleaureate Usher. 3; Class Day Usher. 3; Daisy Chain 3; Home Ec. Club 2, 3; Chorus 1; Drivers Ed. 3; Girls ' Metal 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Office Girl 3, 4. 12 NANCY MAE FERNALD Commercial rivers Ed. g Comm. " Nan " Cor Career Forum 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Dri 4; Girls ' Metal 4; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Rin£ 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop 4. WALTER CORBETT FOBES " ■Wally " Civic Football Mgr. 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Year- book 4; Aviation Club 4; Fish Game Club 4; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph. Dance 2; Jr. Prom 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Sr. Recep- tion 4; Graduation Activities 4. RICHARD GAY " Dick " Camera Club 4. College SUZANNE MARIE GLENNON " Suzie " College Field Hockey Mgr. 4; Basketball 3; Youth Council 2; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; Home Ec. 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph. Dance 2; Soph. Rec- ord Hop 2; Jr. Record Hop 3; Planning Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. DANIEL FRANCIS GONSALVES " Crinks " Civic Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3; Baseball 2, 3, Capt. 4; Open House Guide 3; Yearbook 4; Chorus 1, 4; Cafe. 3; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Sr. Record Hop 4. " Joe " JOSEPH WILLIAM HALLETT College Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3 Student Council Executive Comm. 4; Yearbook 4 Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2 Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. " Barb " BARBARA ANNE HODGES Civic Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Grad. Usher. 2; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook 4; Jr. Prom Usher. 2; Sr. Recept. Usher. 2; Class Day Usher. 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Cafe. 1; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Office 1, 4. " Billy " WILLIAM HOLMES Commercial Fish Game Club 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Mardi Gras 4; Sr. Reception 4; Graduation Activities 4. 13 " Paul ' PAUL HOMER Civic Semaphore 3, 4; Jr. Prom Usher 1; Boys ' Cook- ing 4. BARRY ROWLAND •Bull ' College Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Gym Demonstra- tion 1; Parents ' Night Usher 2; Fish Game Club Sec. 1, 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Yearbook Staff 4. LORRAINE IRVINE " Laurie " Commercial Graduation Usher. 3; Baccaleaureate Usher. 3; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; Class Day Usher. 3; Drivers Ed. 4; Soph. Dance 2; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. BRUCE ALAN JENSEN " Brucie " Commercial Football 4; Basketball 3; Baseball 3; Track, Capt. 3, 4; Intramural 4; Student Council 3 { Exec. Comm.) 3;Gym Demonstration 3; P.T.A. Program 3; Yearbook Staff Sales Editor 4; Glee Club 4; Christmas Program 3; Chorus 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Ring Comm. 3; Picture Comm. 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. 14 " Al " ALICE JOHNSON College Youth Council Exec. Comm. 2; Rose Song 2; Graduation Marshal 3; Class Day Marshal 3; Yearbook 4; Semaphore Staff 3; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 4; Sr. Reception Marshal 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Soph. Dance 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom. Comm. 3; Ring Comm. 3; Picture Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Class Vice-Pres. 3, 4. ROBERTA FRANCES JONES " Bobbie " College Basketball 3, -i; Field Hockey 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Softball 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Gym Demonstra- tion 3; Drivers Ed. i; Girls " Woodcraft i; Band 1. 2, 3; Sr. Christmas Dance i; Sr. Record Hop 4. MARY ELIZABETH KEEFE " Keefie " Colle je Basketball 4; Field Hockey Capt. 2; Volleyball 4; Softball 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Youth Council 2; Student Council Secretary 3; Graduation Usher. 3; Rose Song 2; Baccaleaureate Usher. 3; Daisy Chain 3; Lion ' s Club Usher. 3; Gym Demonstration 1, 3; P.T.A. Program Usher. 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; French Play 3; Parents ' Night Usher. 3; Class Day Usher. 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Fresh. Pin Comm. 1; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop Comrn. 2; Jr. Prom Dec. Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop Comm. 4; Sr. Christmas Dance Dec. Comm. Chair- man 4; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Athletic Club 1, 2, Pres. 1. JOSEPH LOUIS KELLEHER " Joe " College Youth Council 2; Fish Game Club 1; Yearbook Asst. Editor 4; Gym Demonstrations 1; Chorus 1; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph. Dance 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Ring Comm. 3; Pho- tography Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Plan- ning Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Class Treasurer 2, 3. MARY LOUISE KUCINSKAS ' Miowen " College Yearbook 4; Semaphore 4; Art Layout Editor 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Debating See. 4; Christmas Program 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Cafe 2; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Record Hop 3; Planning Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. Betty ' BETTY ANN LEMAR Civic Softball 3; Rose Song 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 3; Chorus 1; Drivers Ed.; Fresh. Dance 1. ROY LEONARD " Roy ■ Civic Football I, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Youth Council 2; Fish Game Treas. 4; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Graphic Arts 4; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph. Dance 2. ROBERl WALLACE LEROY " Rob " College National Honor Soc. 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. 15 ANNA LINDBERG " Anna " Civic Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Youth Council 2; Grad. Usher. 2; Rose Song 2; Baccaleaureate 3; Daisy Chain .3; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; Sr. Recept. Usher. 3; Class Day Usher. 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Chorus 4; Soph. Usher. 2; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. DAVID EUGENE LORD " Dave " College Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Youth Council 2; Student Council 3, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; National Honor Soc. 4, Pres. 4; Career Forum 2, 3, 4; P.T.A. Program 3; Gym Demonstration 3; Yearbook 4; Advertising Editor 4; Debating Soc. 4; Sr. Musical 3; Fish Game Club 1; Fresh. Dance I; Soph. Dance 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; H. Rm. Pres. 1; Class Pres. 2; Boys ' State 3: Student Exchange Rep. 3; Dr. Ewing Trophy 1. CLAIRE LOUISE LOVING " Clara " College Field Hockey 2; Student Council Vice-Pres. 4; Graduation Usher.; Rose Song 2; Baccaleaureate Marshal 3; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook 4; Sema- phore 2; Glee Club 4; Jr. Prom. Comm. 3; Class Day Usher. 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Ring Comm. 3; Picture Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop Comm. 3; Sr. Record Hop Comm. 4; Sr. Christmas Dance Comm. 4; Class Secretary 2, 3; Office Girl 2; Pops Concert Usher.; H. Rm. Sec. 1. FRANK JOSEPH LYONS " Coon " Civic Baseball 3; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; Aviation Club 1; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Planning Comm. 4; Sr. Recept. Comm. 4. 16 ROBERT REED MALCOLM " Fingers ' Mixed Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; Jr. Prom, Usher. 2; Chorus 3; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Class Play 3; Sr. Mardi Gras 4; Paper Drive 4. HERBERTA ANN MARA ' Herbie " College Basketball 4; Volleyball 4; Softball 2; National Honor Soc. 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Debating Soc. 4; Glee Club 4; Christmas Program 3; Rose Song 2; Pops Concert Usher. 4; Chorus 1, 2; Drivers Ed. 3; Stage Crafts 4; Cafe 2; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Ring Comm. 3; Picture Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop; Planning Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4 Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Girls " State 3; Jr. Woman ' s Club 3. I RICHARD LAWRENCE MARTINS Dick " Civic Camera Club Pres. 1; Fish Game 2; Graphic rts 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; ' lannins? Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christ- nas Dance 4; Soph. Record Hop 2; Sr. Mardi Gras i; Sr. Dance 4; Chair. Pub. Ticket Comm.; vlardi Gras Comm. 4. " Jean " JEAN ALICE MERRILL College Basketball 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, Capt. 4; Volley- ball 4; Youth Council 2; Corr. Sec. 2; Student Council 3; Exec. Comm. 3; National Honor Soc. 4, Treas. 4; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 2; Dramatic Club 2; Debating Soc. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Parents ' Night Usher. 3; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3; Gym Demonstration 1; P.T.A. Program 3; Pops Concert Usher. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crafts 4; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Christmas Dance 4; Jr. Woman ' s Club 3; Ex- change Comm. 3. ' Lefty " PAULINE MORRILL Commercial Basketball 3; Rose Song 2; Home Ec. Club Girls ' Metal 4; Jr. Prom Comm. 3. 3; RUEY DOROTHY MORRILL " Arr-Dee " Commercial Rose Song 2; Home Ec. Club 3; Girls ' Metal and Wood 4; Jr. Woman ' s Club Asst. Member 3; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Pops Concert Usher. 4. " Pah " PRISCILLA ALICE NELSON Commercial Graduation Usher. 3; Baccaleaureate Usher. 3; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 4; Christmas Program 3; Class Day Usher. 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. ' Nan " NANCIE CAROL NOVICK Commercial Yearbook 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Home Ec. Club 3; Soph. Record Hop 2; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christ- mas Dance 4; Sr. Play 4; Office Girl 4; Jr. Wo- men ' s Club Associate Member 2; Decorating Comm. 4. " Joy ' JOYCE GWYNNE POOLE College Jr. Journal 1; Stamp Club 1; Gym Demonstration 1; Rose Song 2; Cafe , 4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4. LYNNE LOUISE RAYMOND " Lynne " Commercial Youth Council 2; Rose Song 2; Yearbook 4 Semaphore 3; Dramatic Club 3; Exec. Comm. 3 Glee Club 4; Cafe. 3; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1 Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop Comm 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop Comm. 3 Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance Comm. 4 Office Girl 2; Sr. Minstrel 3. 18 CAROL JEANNE REED " Brown Eyes " Commercial Softball 2; Camera Club 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Fresh. Dance 1; Soph Dance 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; DONALD HEPBURN RENNIE " Ren " College Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, (Mgr.); Youth Council 2. 3; Athletic Comm. 2; Student Council Exec. Comm. 4; Yearbook 4; Business Mgr. 4; Semaphore 2; Assistant Editor 3; Debat- ing Soc. 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Christmas Program 3; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Musical 3. JOHN CAMPBELL RICE Soup " Civic Track i; Gym Demonstration 4; Yearbook 4; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Sr. Record Hop i; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. MARIE ALICE RIVERS ' Marie " College Graduation Usher. 3; Baccaleaureate 3; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook Art Staff 4; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 4; Christmas Program 3, 4; Class Day Usher. 3; Stage Crafts 4; Planning Comm. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. ELSIE MAY ROGERS " Els " College Softball 2; Volleyball 4; Rose Song 2; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 3; Camera Club 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Refreshment Comm. 4. ' Nan " NANCY JANE RUSSELL Commercial Field Hockey 2, 3; Rose Song 2; Camera Club Treasurer 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Library Asst. 4; Fresh- Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop Comm. 3; Sr. Record Hop Comm. 4; Sr. Christmas Dance Comm. 4. MICHAEL DONALD SAMPSON Sam " Civic Basketball, Intramural 3; Glee Club 4; Fish Game 1; Boys ' Cooking 4; Library Asst. 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Graphic Arts 3. " Jack ' JOHN RUSSELL SAVINI Civic Football 2; Career Forum 2, 3, 4; Fish Game Club Pres. 4; Glee Club 4; Baccaleaureate Marshal 3; Class Day Marshal 3; Graduation Marshal 3; Sr. Recept. Marshal 3; Ring Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop Comm. 3; Picture Comm. 3; Jr. Class Pres. 3; Sr. Orchestra Comm. 19 GEORGE SARDINHA SILVA ■■Sid " College Football 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Year- book 4; Radio Club 4; Drivers Ed. 4; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Sr. Christ- mas Dance 4. MARY ANN SILVA ' Mary Ann ' College Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4, Softball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Youth Council 1; Athletic Club 1; Student Council 4; Semaphore Sports Editor 4; Chorus 4; Drivers Ed. 4; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Record Hop 3; Sr. Planning Comm. 4; Soph. Dance Comm. 2; Soph. Record Hop 2; Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Graduation Usher 3; Class Day Usher 3; Rose Song 2; Baccaleaureate Usher 3. NATALIE SILVERS " Nat " Commercial Christmas Program 4; Girls Wood 4; Cafe 3; Li- brary Asst. 4; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Sr. Christmas Dance 4. " Pat " PATRICIA MARIE SLANEY Commercial Youth Council 1; Student Council 3, 4; Graduation Usher 1; Daisy Chain 3; Gym Demonstration I, 2; P T A. Demonstration 2; Yearbook 4; Business Comm 4- Glee Club 1; Christmas Program 3; Parent Night Usher 1; Class Day Usher 2; Drivers Ed. 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Jr. " Womens Club 2; Sr. Class Play. 20 CATHERINE ANN SPILLANE " Cathy " Civic Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; Home Ec. 3; Library 3; Fresh. Dance Comm. 1; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Office " Work 4; Sr. Reception 4. ELAINE HARRIET STILLERMAN " Laney " College Graduation Usher 3; Baccaleaureate Usher 3; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook 4; Literary 4; Semaphore 3; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 4; Class Day Usher 3; Christmas Program 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Soph. Record Hop 2; Jr. Record Hop 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Planning Comm. 4. " Jack " JOHN FRANCIS WALLACE College Basketball, Intramural 3, 4; Student Council 3; Gym Demonstration 1; Glee Club 2, 3; Chorus 4; Picture Comm. 3; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Student Gov. Rep. 4; Exchange Student 4; Pres. Sr. Class 4. THELMA WARNER " Ther College National Honor Soc. Sec. 4; Career Forum 3, 4; Yearbook (Editor-in-chief) 4; Semaphore (Editor- in-chief) 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3; Debating Society 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Christmas Program 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Drivers Ed. 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; French Play 3; Girls State (Alternate) 3; Womens Club Junior Member 3. MARGARET MAE WEBSTER Peggy " Civic Drivers Ed. 3; Stage Crafts 4; Yearbook 4. " Joan " JOAN CARROLL WELCH Commercial Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Gym Demonstration 1; Year- book 4; Home Ec. Club 3; Drivers Ed. 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Sr. Christmas Dance 4; Glee Club 4 21 •Lilli SHIRLEY ANN WINROTH Commercial Graduation Usher 3; Rose Song 2; Baccaleaureate 3; P. T. A. Program 3; Dramatic Club 2; Christ- mas Program 3; Parents Night 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Drivers Ed. 3; Girls Metal 4; Sr. Record Hop 4; Pops Concert 4; Chorus 4; Office Girl 1, 3. " Jean " JEAN WRIGHT Commercial Basketball 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Chorus 2; Drivers Ed. 4; Girls Metal Wood 4. Aviation Club 4; Fish Game 4; Drivers Ed. 4. BOYS Jack Savini Ronald Champagne Francis Capello Ronald Champagne David Lord Francis Capello Robert LeRoy Donald Rennie David Lord Diner Pizza WHO ' S WHO Most Generous Most Talkative Best Dancer Gayest Most Practical Class Artist Neatest Best Pals Favorite Rendezvous Favorite Food 22 GIRLS Herberta Mara Catherine Spillane Mary Angelos Suzanne Glennon Arlene Brown Evelyn Coleman Claire Loving Alice Johnson Lynne Raymond Diner Pizza CLASS HISTORY Ulysses, the mighty Greek, made an odyssey, And sailed ' round a world of mystery; Touching upon foreign shores with mysteries untold. He came, weary and tired, back to his fold. With wide eyes and iiearts bursting with both pride and misgivings, we entered our freshman year. For the fiirst time, we selected our own courses, teachers treated us as " grown-ups, " and upperclassmen greeted us with new respect. Our classmates wandered around the revered halls uttering " Veni, Vidi, Vici, " and general business students began to read business periodicals feverishly. Time passed quickly, and after a haze of dances (our first formals ) , varsity sports, and the inevitable, but necessary studying, we left school for our summer vacation, happily anticipating our sophomore year. As sophomores, we were no longer the children of the high school, there only to be tolerated. This year, we realized that we ' d have new responsibilities, the first of which was to elect class officers. David Lord,- president; Mary Keefe, vice-president; Claire Loving, secretary; and Joseph Kelleher, treasurer, were our choices. Under their direction, the class organized committees and sponsored its first dance and a record hop. Class dues were col- lected, and the balance in our treasury gained by leaps and bounds. Our boys began to take part in the varsity football and basketball games, and the girls played their first hockey games. In June, some of our girls sang the Rose Song at the Senior Class Day, and we looked for- ward to our own class day, not too far off in the future. Junior! What a magic word it was then. The title " junior " meant so many things — such as rings and proms. Jack Savini was our new president, and his " cab- inet " consisted of Alice Johnson, vice-president; Claire Loving, secretary; and Joseph Kelleher, treasurer. Plan- ning committees selected our class rings and in March they were distributed. Somehow, with class rings on our fingers our high school years seemed to be coming to a fast close — too fast. Ours was the first class to hold a Junior Prom in the new gymnasium. Under the glitter of bright lights and festive decorations, and to the tune of dreamy music, we danced away the happiest night of the year. Many of us were elected to positions in the Student Council, " The Semaphore, " the school newspaper, and the various clubs. Again in June, we sadly watched the departure of our senior pals, and in that last week before We. too. the graduates of ' 54, Have a life of adventure in store. But come back with us now To our days of ivork and fun, And you will see just what we hai e done. the end of school, we were the " top " class for the first time. It was a strange feeling, to think of being the class to whom the others looked up. We were examples for the underclassmen to follow, and the new responsibilities left us giddy with happiness in our new prestige one minute, and floored with doubts the next. The last day of school came quickly, though, and we forgot our apprehensions for awhile. After all, tommorow ivas another day. Tanned and full of energy, we came back to Stough- ton High rarin ' to go. This, our senior year, was full of " firsts " . Mr. Howard Randall, after many years of fine service as our principal, retired, and our old friend, Mr. Aaron Fink, came to take his place. Class elections were very close this year, but those who finally copped ths coveted positions were Jack Wallace, president; Alice Johnson, vice-president; Elaine Champagne, secretary; and Paul Bishop, treasurer. Our program for the new year included dances, record hops, and a bean supper. Early in the fall, everyone had his picture taken, and soon we were spending part of our time autographing our own pictures to exchange with someone else. The yearbook stafif was assembled and we selected the new name, " The Olympian. " The whole school was proud of our successful football and basketball teams, captained by our own Dave Lord and Barry Howland, respectively. We seniors staged a highly successful class play, " Curtain Going Up, " and that having been accomplished, we be- gan to plan our graduation. With Mr. Penardi, our class adviser, guiding us, we managed to iron out the difficult situations and bring our last year to a happy close. At graduation, thinking back nostalgically to our years in high school, we were reminded of the wonderful opportunities that had been presented to us, all the fun we ' d had, the many things we ' d learned, and the experi- ences which had developed us into the young adults we had become. Even while tears of sadness at leaving school were misting our eyes, we were looking ahead into the future; some of us would continue our schooling in the fall, some would go to work, and a few would take on the responsibilities of marriage. But whatever the future might hold, we looked forward to it with the assurance that only a good education can give. 23 CLASS Best Looking VIRGINIA ALVES leaves her vivacity to JANE CURRY. JOHN ANDERSON wills his jokes to EDDIE KAMINSKAS. VIRGIL ANDREWS leaves his dependability to JIMMY CORBETT. MARY ANGELOS assigns the cheerleading squad to next year ' s captain. JUDY AUSTIN leaves her artistic ability to CAROL HAYNES. BUDDY BARBATO leaves his fan club— much to his regret. PHYLLIS BEALS leaves her desire to be helpful. BRENTON BISHOP departs with a car load of girls. PAUL BISHOP leaves his physique to DONALD BELESS. ARLENE BROWN leaves her secretarial ability to HAZEL BRIFFETT. EUGENE BRUCE wills his job at the First National to RONALD SMITH. EDWARD BUCHANAN wills his high voice to JOHN PIRES. PATRICIA CAREY leaves to get a higher education. CATHERINE CROVO assigns her gum-chewing to BETTY COBB. GEORGE DARLING leaves his height to LENNY HOLMES. NANCY DONAHUE endows her brain to science. PAULINE EGERTON leaves her ability to get along with everyone to JOYCE RENNIE HELEN DONOVAN leaves her quiet personality to ROSEMARY FROST. MARYANNE FELOS rushes off to catch up with GARY. NANCY FERNALD leaves her pleasant voice to SANDRA CARROLL. WALTER FOBE S leaves his quiet ways to ROBERT REBELLO. RICHARD GAY leaves to catch up with his night life. SUZANNE GLENNON tried to leave but her car wouldn ' t start. DANNY GONSALVES leaves his sportsmanship and modesty to any who can measure up to it. JOSEPH HALLETT leaves his love of English to EDDIE SCHROTH. BARBARA HODGES wills her well groomed appearance to NANCY BURBRIDGE. WILLIAM HOLMES leaves his hair to WILLIAM McNAMARA. PAUL HOMFR leaves his freshly baked bread to the next cooking class. BARRY H®WLAND assigns the basketball team to the next captain. LORRAINE IRVINE leaves her helpfulness to FRANCIS DIMATTEO. BRUCE JENSEN gives his boxing gloves to " MONK " MORRIS. ALICE JOHNSON leaves her cute laugh to DOROTHY PHILLIPS. ROBERTA JONES and MARYANNE SILVA will their good sportsmanship to the future seniors. JOSEPH KELLEHER leaves his ability to get good marks in French to JOE GARERI. MARY KEEFE leaves her gay ways to CAROL CAMBER. MARY KUCINSKAS leaves to catch the next boat to BOB. BETTY LEMAR embarks for gay PAREE! ROY LEONARD leaves his abundant supply of freckles to BILLY HYDE. WILL ROBERT LEROY bequeaths his good taste in clothes to DUKE DELUCA. ANNA LINDBERG leaves her original walk to MARCIA HEDDY. DAVID LORD leaves his scholastic ability to any worthy junior. CLAIRE LOVING leaves her campus clothes to ANITA SALLUS. FRANK LYONS thinks he ' s lucky to leave. ROBERT MALCOLM prepares to " undertake " his duties. HERBERTA MARA leaves her high marks to VIRGINIA JOHNSON. RICHARD MARTINS leaves his way with the girls to TOM LUCET. JEAN MERRILL leaves the hockey team to a new captain. PAULINE MORRILL leaves her friendly smile to MARION MACROGIANIS. RUEY MORRILL leaves to become a full fledged Woman ' s Club member. PRISCILLA NELSON leaves her sister, BARBARA. NANCY NOVICK leaves her love of laughter to DOROTHY HEELAN. JOYCE POOLE takes ofi in her souped-up jet. LYNNE RAYMOND leaves her sophisticated swing to NANCY BUSCHENFELDT. ARTHUR PEARSON leaves his laugh to FRED BOHNENBERGER. GEORGE PERKINS leaves his reserved ways to " MOOCH " CAPLAN. CAROL REED and ELSIE ROGERS hand down their lasting friendship to CAROL CEDARHOLM and JANET GASUNAS. DONALD RENNIE wills the top of his head to MRS. MANCHESTER. JOHN RICE leaves his nickname " SOUPY " to the school cafeteria. MARIE RIVERS leaves her sweetness to NANCY DORS. NANCY RUSSELL leaves the gleam in her eye to ELAINE REISER. MIKE SAMPSON leaves his car to anyone with guts. JACK SAVINI leaves his wonderful smile to EDDIE O ' HARE. GEORGE SILVA leaves his mathematical ability to LEO DALY. NATALIE SILVERS is only too glad to be free. PAT SLANEY leaves Mr. MCLAUGHLIN with a headache. CATHERINE SPILLANE departs in order to give her tired jaws a rel:. ELAINE STILLERMAN leaves her quiet ways to PAT THOMPSON. THOMAS VINCENT leaves his good manners to TEDDY MOOTOS. JOHN WALLACE leaves his warm personality to BARRY BLAKE. THELMA WARNER leaves as a shining example of what a good student is. PEGGY WEBSTER departs shyly. JOAN WELCH and TEAN WRIGHT leave their height to the needy juniors. SHIRLEY WINROTH leaves the candy counter at the State Theater much to her regret. ATWOOD YOUNG leaves his shyness with the girls to NELSON GOUVEIA. Most Athletic CLASS It is hereby enrolled in the scriptures of time that the Oracle of Delphi, recently re- newed through generous Marshall Plan aid, has in this year of 1954 prophesied that fifteen years hence the following events shall come to pass . . . There shall be about to board a plane, bound for the Olympic games, being held in vthens, Greece, DAVID LORD, the Wall Street tycoon, JEAN MERRILL, his personal psychiatrist, and RICHARD GAY, who is accompanying them just for laughs. As they board the airliner, the gracious stewardesses, MARIE RIVERS and JEAN WRIGHT ( in their new NANCY DONAHUE-designed outfits ) , escort them forward to meet their daredevil pilots, MIKE SAMPSON and ATWOOD YOUNG. Before they realize it, they will be well on their way to Newfoundland, recently purchased by DON- ALD SWITZER. Upon their arrival, they will be met by PHYLLIS BEALS and her Saint Bernards, who will guide them to their hotel. That evening, they will be entertained by JOAN WELCH and her Tlatfoot Four " — MARY ANNE SILVA, ROBERTA JONES, ANNA LINDBERG, and PRISCILLA NELSON. The next day the plane will take them to London, where Ambassadors TOM VINCENT and JOHN RICE will escort them on a tour of the city. They will see many strange and interesting sights, such as ROBERT MALCOLM ' S Mummy Mansion and NANCY RUSSELL ' S Flea Circus. Next, they will have the pleasure of hearing that great orator, CATHERINE SPILLANE, deliver a talk on " Economics in Everyday Life. " It is at that discussion that GEORGE SILVA, the Texas oil man, wil join their party and all will travel on to Paris. As they cross the channel, they will look down and see FRANCIS COPELLO, PAT SLANEY, EDDIE BUCHANAN, and CAROL REED racing to break the cross-channel record set by PEGGY WEBSTER. DON RENNIE is rowing his little boat as fast as he can to keep up with them. Having reached Paris, they will all go sightseeing. The first stop will be the Moulin Rouge, now featuring PAUL HOMER and LYNNE RAY- MOND in their mad-Apache dance. The group will be distracted, however, by a loud rumpus at the corner table; upon investigating they will find that ANNA ANGELOS, MARY KUCINSKAS, and ELAINE STILLERMAN are berating DICK MARTINS and ROY LEONARD for beating them at a big game of parchesi. At the Comedie Francaise, their next stop, the tourists will be introduced to HERBERTA MARA and PAULINE EGERTON, owners of the theater. They will stop to buy their tickets from SUZANNE PROPHECY GLENNON and refreshments from NANCY NOVICK. VIRGINIA ALVES and AR- LENE BROWN will lead them to their seats. When PAT CAREY, ELSIE ROGERS, and SHIRLEY WINROTH come out and harmonize " Sweet Gertrude, " the latest song hit by GEORGE PERKINS, the audience will applaud wildly. No trip to Paris could be complete without a visit to the Eiffel Tower, jointly owned by HALLETT and ANDERSON. And imagine how pleased they will be to find their old school chums HELEN DONOVAN and JOYCE POOLE serving as interpreters at the information center. Atop the Tower they will see THELMA WARNER and JOSEPH KELLEHER, hav- ing an argument in French. At about that time, RONNIE CHAMPAGNE will bubble in, laughing madly. When they ask him what the trouble is, he will blurt out that GEORGE DARLING, WALTER FOBES, and WILLIAM HOLMES are painting the Tower from the bottom up! After that, our travelers will hurry away to board the plane for Rome. Once in Rome,they will go directly to PEARSON ' S Spaghetti Palace. Here they will see the illus- trious movie queen, NANCY FERNALD, and her personal secretary, BARBARA HODGES, about to enter the restaurant with their chauffeur, BRENTON BISHOP. CATHERINE CROVO, the hostess, will come forth to greet them and usher them to a table where MARYANNE FELOS, ELAINE CHAMPAGNE, ROBERT LEROY, and JACK SAVINI are singing, " Eh! Cumpari! " EUGENE BRUCE, the head waiter, will wait impatiently for them to finish so he can close up the place. To top the day off, they will visit the art museum, where EVELYN COLEMAN, JUDY AUSTIN, NATALIE SILVERS, and FRANK LYONS will be drawing cartoons of each other. Off to Athens! Our world travelers will at last reach their destination and hurry off to their hotel, where they will discover that their reservations had been given to PAULINE and RUEY MORRILL; however, JACK WALLACE, the manager, will arrange accom- modations for them at BETTY LAMAR ' S Lodge. Having deposited their luggage at their suite, they will rush off to the Olympics and arrive just in time to see the presentations, being made by DANNY GONSALVES, the world-renowned sportscaster. BRUCE JEN- SEN, AL BARBATO, " DIGGER " ANDREWS, PAUL BISHOP, and BARRY HOW- LAND all receive medals for winning in their individual fields. LORRAINE IRVING, ALICE JOHNSON, MARY KEEFE, and CLAIRE LOVING will all rush out to greet their heroes. Having completed their exciting trip, the weary travelers will return home . . . already eagerly anticipating whatever experience Fate has in store for them. Most Sophisticated Most Likely to Succeed Most Popular FOOTBALL First Row, left to right; J. Pires, A. Barbate, D. Rennie, B. Howland, D. Gonsalves, D. Lord, J. Hallet, B. Jensen, A. Pearson, P. Bishop. Second Row, left to right: J. Giannakoulis, L. Daly, F. Bohnenberger, H, Caplan, E. O ' Hare, E. Schroth, D. Murphy, D. Beless, B. Blake, A. Deluca, D. McEachron, B. Robinson. Third Row, left to right: J. Buckley, G. Ford, J. Connors, F. Kasper, J. Connors, R. Morris, P. Magee, H McCourt, F. Jardine, P. Grigas. Fourth Row, left to right: A. Slaney, R. Tarchara, G. Demone, S. Gill, E. Burke, R. Cross. FOOTBALL SEASON— 1953 Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton 51 45 19 0 46 33 20 Whitman 7 St. Mary ' s (Lynn) 6 Abington 6 North Attleboro 14 Walpole 13 Swampscott 6 Canton 0 Our football team fought its way to a successful season. The climax came with a decisive 20-0 victory over Canton. Danny ' s long runs and Connor ' s passing proved unsur- mountable. Rennie and McGee were outstanding on the line. Our team rolled over Swamp- scott and under the lights swamped St. Mary ' s of Lynn in their Man- ning Bowl. In this romp Danny scored five big touchdowns, and his name was consequently placed in the Bowl record books. The team piled up high scores against Whitman and Walpole. Ab- ington was defeated, but we bowed to North Attleboro. The players were given their in- dividual awards at the annual Sports Night. GIRLS ' FIELD HOCKEY First Row, left to right: J. Smith, C. Haynes, M. Silva, J. Merrill capt., J. Welch, E. Reiser, N. Burbridge. Second Row, left to right: S. Glennon, Manager, A. Ivaldi, M. Heddy, M. Her- ron, B. Guinazzo, B. Altonen, B. Vigneaux, B. Nelson, C. MacGregor, Miss DeSantis. Third Row, left to right: H. Briflfet, C. Early N. Bushenfeldt, L. Grant, J. Rennie, R. Jones, D. Heelan, C. Camber. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL First Row, left to right: M. Keefe, M. Silva (Co-captain), P. Egerton, R. Jones (Co-captain), J. Merrill, H. Mara, P. Slaney. Second Row. left to right: E. Reiser, C. Camber, D. Heelan. N. Burbridge, C. Haynes, L. Grant, F. DiMatteo, C. MacGregor. Third Row, left to right: K. Martin, J. McGarvey, M. Glennon, O. Sousa, E. Ward, P. Dwyer, D. Corman, L. Bishop, C. Earley, F. Magee, J. Audlee, Miss DeSantis. CHEERLEADERS M. Angelos, M. Keefe, T. Angelos, C. Camber, P. Thompson, M. Mone. Insert: J. Mitchell. First Row, left to right: A. Barbato, B. Jensen, D. Gonsalves, B. Howland, V. Andrews, A. Deluca. Second Row, left to right: J. Buckley, J. Connors, B. Blake, J. Connors, N. Brydon, W. Johnson, Mr. Mclnerney. BASKETBALL VARSITY 1st row, left to right: H. McCourt, H. Caplan, B. Howland (Capt), D. Gonsalves, A. De- luca. 2nd row, left to right; B. Blake, P. Magee, J. Connors, D. Lord, E. O ' Hare. Stoughton 56 Whitman 50 Stoughton 68 Alumni 52 Stoughton 56 Canton 52 Stoughton 33 Sharon 63 Stoughton 49 N. Attleboro 51 Stoughton 37 Foxboro 42 Stoughton 55 Oliver Ames 52 Stoughton 40 Mansfield 35 Stoughton 43 Canton 49 Stoughton 48 Sharon 51 Stoughton 54 N. Attleboro 74 Stoughton 56 Foxboro 54 Stoughton 45 Randolph 54 Stoughton 54 Oliver Ames 51 Stoughton 40 Mansfield 45 Stoughton 58 Plymouth 47 JUNIOR VARSITY Left to right: S. Sly, A. Slaney, G. Lord, B. Barbato, C. Dyke, R. Le Blance, A. Cabral, L. Guitto (center), B. JarJine. FRESHMAN TEAM First row, left to right: D. Sarcione, C. Jordan, F. Shea, L. Hickey, S. Gill, B. Pratt, Second row, left to right: G. De Mone, B. Magee, B. Antulonis, B. Lyons, P. Lindelof. THE ' 54 First row, left to right: S. Glennon, C. Crovo, D. Rennie, J. Kelleher, P. Egerton, T. Warner, B. Jensen, D. Lord, N. Novick. Second row, left to right: N. Donahue, C. Loving, A. Johnson, C. Spillane, E. Champagne, J. Austin, P. Nelson, E. Rogers, M. Kucinskas, L. Raymond, A. Angelos, H. Mara, J. Merrill, B. Hodges, A. Lindberg, L. Irvine. Third row, left to right: V. Alves, M. Keefe, M. Rivers, D. Gonsalves, M. Sampson, J. Rice, R. Malcolm, J. Hallett, A. Barbato, B. Bishop, W. Fobes, T. Mulkern, G. Silva, F. Lyons, M. Webster, A. Brown, E. StiUerman. Editor Thelma Warner Sales Manager B. Jensen Assistant Editor J. Kelleher Business Manager D. Rennie Advertising Manager D. Lord Literary Editor P. Egerton Art Editor E. Coleman LITERARY STAFF N. Novick N. Donohue H. Mara J. Merrill M. Keefe M. Webster SALES STAFF 38 J. Hallett B. Bishop P. Beals C. Crovo C. Loving E. Champagne E. Rogers B. Hodges L. Irvine D. Gonsalves T. Mulkern F. Lyons E. StiUerman ART STAFF J. Austin V. Alves M. Rivers M. Kucinskas ADVERTISING STAFF A. Barbato W. Fobes S. Glennon A. Johnson P. Nelson L. Raymond A. Angelos A. Lindberg M. Sampson J. Rice G. Silva A. Brown OLYMPIAN The Class of 1954 decided early in the year to change the name of its yearbook so that confusion with the news- paper might be eliminated. After many hours of careful deliberation the group selected " The Olympian " as the most significant title. The Olympian editors, elected at an early meeting of the staff, chose the Grecian theme as the most appropriate for the first venture under a new name. The staff met early and late, and rapidly learned the tech- nology of the trade, the necessity of cooperation among the staff, and the desirability of promptness in the com- pletion of assignments. In order that there be no Achilles heel, Mr. Donald Murphy helped us to plan each step in minute detail. The editorial staff and the artists began to read avidly mythologies garnered from the libraries. The business staff initiated its sales campaigns. Advertising forms were designed, printed, and distributed. The work had begun auspiciously. Now the pace began to accelerate. Writers produced reams of copy. Artists completed layouts and presented their line drawings. Typists worked dili- gently. Proofreaders strained their eyes. Individual pictures were taken at the studio. Group shots and candids were snapped here at school. Orders for The Olympian were taken in the home rooms, and space was sold to our won- derful advertisers. Finally, all was in readiness. The printer collected the dummy and the completed copy; galleys were submitted and proofread; page proofs appeared and were checked, and at last the book was delivered into the hands of the excited Seniors. For the staff it has been hard work and loads of fun. We enjoyed the cooperation of all the faculty and are extremely grateful to them. We especially appreciate the generous assistance of Mr. McKinney, Mr. Willis, and Mrs. Manchester. ' 4 39 First row, left to right; A. Ivaldi, P. Egerton, M. Silva, B. Nelson, T. Warner, M. Kucinskas, N. Donahue, J. Rennie. Second row, left to right: D. Heelan, M. Shapiro, P. Beals, C. Capozzoli, N. Burbridge, M. Herron, H. Briffett, L. Vigneaux, N. Buschenfeldt, B. Holmes, E. Reiser, B. Altonen, C. Camber, A. Sallus, V. Johnson. Third row, left to right: J. Smith, J. Huestis, W. Nordman, Carol Haynes, K. Nielson, P. Homer, J. Gasunas, M. McCourt, C. Magee, S. Warner, A. Peterson, M. Rebello, C. Grindle, H. Giannakoulis, C. Peterson, R. Reis, M. Heddy. During the year 1953-1954, the " Semaphore " was published regularly in an entirely new format. After long hours of planning and writing, the editors and advisors published for Stoughton High School one of its finest newspapers. The staff is greatly indebted to Miss Phyllis Ryder, Mrs. Esther Farmer, and Mr. John Holt for their expert guidance throughout the year. To its patrons and advertisers, the staff extends a hearty vote of thanks for their encouragement and enthusiasm. The Class of 1954 wishes to congratulate this years " " Semaphore " staff and to extend its best wishes to next year ' s Editor-in-Chief. PHORE The SEMAPHORE Edited and published by the students for the students of THE STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Thelma Warner Barbara Nelson Literary Editor News Editor Associate News Editor Art and Layout Editor Associate Art and Layout Editor Girls ' Sports Editor Boys ' Sports Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Faculty Advisers STAFF REPORTERS Nancy Donahue Anita Ivaldi Pauline Egerton Mary Kucinslias Nancy Buschenfeldt Maryanne Silva Joseph Vigneaux Hazel Briffett Joyce Rennie Mr. Holt, Miss Ryder, Mrs. Fanner Mary Kucinskas, Barbara Altonen, Nancy Burbridge, Janet Gasunas, Marilyn Herron, Mary McCourt, Helen Giannakoulis. Brenda Holmes, Helen Holmes, Carolyn Peterson, Judith Huestis, Janice McGarvey, Willard Nordman, Sandra Poole, Patricia Regan, Susan Fritz. Lillian Guinazzo, Martha Hampe, Marsha Shapiro, Carol Daley and Edith York. ART and LAYOUT STAFF — Virginia Johnson, Mary McCourt, Carol Grindle and Susan Warner. SPORTS STAFF — Carole Haynes, Dorothy Heelan, Thomas Santos, and Robert Reis. BUSINESS STAFF — Marcia Heddy, Carol Magee, Karen Nielsen, Anita Sallus, Joan Smith, Manuel Rebello, Camella Capazzoli, Judith Huestis, Josephine Naja, and Alan Peterson. COPYREADERS — Nancy Donahue, Pauline Egerton, Mary Kucin- skas. TYPISTS — Barbara Altonen, Phyllis Beals, Paul Homer, and Ellen Reis. The Editors The Workers 41 NATIONAL HON I The Stoughton Chapter of the National Honor Society was formed in November, 1953 after a charter to function had been granted by the National Council of the Na- tional Honor Society. This Chapter, formed to promote scholarship and to give recognition to those stu- dents who best represent the highest standards of character, leadership, service, and scholarship; chose to become an active rather than an honorary society. With the compe- tent direction of Mrs. Manchester, the chapter sponsored the Judith Mitchell-Robert Hal- lett Memorial Fund Drive. Another worthwhile project of the Chapter was the completion of a Student Handbook which will be ready for distribution in September, 1954. Socially active, too, a Record Hop was held on March 27th in the Stoughton High School Gym. Money raised at this dance will be used for an award to be given in June to a senior who best represents the qualifications of the Honor Society other than scholarship- service, character, leadership. Although this has been a new venture, it has had a suc- cessful and a busy year. It is hoped that the Stoughton Chapter of the National Honor Society will grow in the future. First row, left to right: M. DeMone, C. Cederholm, J. Merrill, D. Lord, B. Blake, T. Warner, M. McCourt. Second row: N. Donahue, A. Brown, V. Johnson, R. LeRoy, H. Mara, R. Frost, H. Briffett. 3rd row: D. Gorman, R. Mapee, E. York, C. Dyke, H. McCourt, A. Cabral, L. Guitto, M. Hanrahan. STUDENT First row, left to right: C. Haynes, L. Grant, D. Beless, N. Burbridge, D. Lord, C. Loving, A. Angelos, P. Egerton, D. Briffett. Second row, left to right: W. Robinson, P. Slaney, S. Fritz, L. Attan, J. Chapman, E. Bunavicz, C. Peterson, C. Lyons, D. Oslin, E. Ward, P. Thompson, J. Zampi, J. Gay, F. Magee, E. Gay, G. Rodre, M. Silva, R. Harper. Third row, left to right: J. Giannakoulis, E. Thomas, R. Smith, R. Callahan, P. Drugge, D. Rennie, J. Hallett, R. Hall, J. Pires, B. Bishop, P. Magee, P. Grigas, J. Connors, R. Jasmin, L. Daly, R. Reis, W. Savicki. " The Greeks had a word for it. " We at Stoughton translate it to mean Student Gov- ernment. The representatives to the Student Council were elected by their respective home rooms following a regular election period. Nominations were formally made, campaigns complete with buttons and signs were conducted, and secret ballots were cast in voting booths especially prepared for the occasion. On election day results were announced periodically over the public address system. All the atmosphere of an adult election day was maintained throughout the day. At the first official meeting of the Council the fol- lowing boys and girls were elected to administrative positions: president, David Lord; vice-president, Claire Loving; secretary, Nancy Burbridge; treasurer, Donald Beless. After the officers were formally inducted into office the Council elected its Executive Board. Under the helpful direction of Mr. Daniel Donahue, our assistant principal, the Student Council correlated the various activities of the student body throughout the year. A major activity sponsored by the Council was the annual Aiumni-Varsiy basketball game. Profits from this evening ' s fun were generously applied toward the purchase of a motion picture camera for the school. Another of the outstanding activities of the Council was its sponsorship of the Student Exchange Day. The purpose of this exchange was to develop understanding of city government by students from the town and a reciprocal understanding of the town by students from a major city. A committee under the chairmanship of Mary Ann Silva prepared the program for Exchange Day, March 1st. On this day students and faculty members from Quincy High School visited Stoughton. They were royally welcomed and conducted on an extensive tour of the school by the Program of the Day Committee. They visited many classrooms, lunched with the com- mittee, and discussed mutual problems with our students. In the afternoon the com- bined groups toured Stoughton ' s historic and civic sights, visited one of our industrial plants, and examined our Town Hall. After dinner the group visited the annual Stough- ton Town Meeting, at which a special reserve section had been set up. The representatives from Quincy expressed pleasure at their visit and admiration for Stoughton ' s school and government. On March 15th our committee returned the visit and toured Quincy. The committee consisted of the following students: Jack Wallace, Claire Loving, Joseph Hal- lett, Nancy Burbridge, Barry Blake, and Paul Magee. Our group learned much at Quincy and was delighted by that city ' s hospitality. COUNCIL THE BAND First row, left to right: Mr. Hutchins, C. Murphy, F. Magee, S. Hepworth, D. HoUiday, N. Dors, M. DeMone, P. Forger, C. Early, P. Mettler, B. Allen. Second row, left to right; J. McNamara, E. Thomas, J. Guenette, C. Parks, R. Anderson, E. Crean, J. Brown, C. Jordan, W. Wade. Third row, left to right: R. Tripp, R. Cederholm, R. Stewart, W. Crowell, R. Hansen, J. Collett, R. Bellay, C. Dors, L. Holmes. Fourth row, left to right: W. Morrison, W. Savicki, R. Urchioli, R. Littlefield, A. Winroth, H. Henzel, C. Costa. Thanks to the Band and the Drum Majorettes our football games this year took on an aura of gaiety and color. Uniformed in snappy orange and black outfits, they made a colorful spectacle marching down our football field. With Mr. Robert Hutchins direct- ing, the Band and Majorettes practised diligently until they had become a company of which Stoughton High School could be justifiably proud. The Majorettes, in fact, placed well up among the leaders in more than one competition. The Seniors of 1954 would like to congratulate the members of the band and the majorettes. We feel sure that the school is as appreciative of your fine work as we are. DRUM MAJORETTES 46 " Through the rain, through the snow. Through the seasons we will go, As our colors go marching on high. Show our might, show our fight. Show we ' re out to win all right. For Stoughton will never say die. Win, lose, tie, we will cheer you to the sky. Fight! Fight! Fight, for victory nigh; We will win before Canton can begin. For the glory of old Stoughton High. For the glory of old Stoughton High! " THE SENIOR GLEE CLUB In 1953 accolades and paens for their outstanding participation in our successful Christmas program were shared by the Junior and Senior Glee Clubs. Working with an extraordinarily large group of talented singers, Mr. Robert Hutchins, a genial mu- sical director, organized and conducted a delightful program of carols and other tra- ditional holiday music. We think, perhaps, that the Class of 1954, knowing it to be its last year in the school, enjoyed the festival to the greatest degree. THE JUNIOR GLEE CLUB First row, left to right: N. Fernald, M. McCourt, C. Dyke, T. Warner, B. Blake, N. Dors. Second row, left to right: D. Gorman, J. Irwin, D. Lord, R. Smith, J. Savini. CAREER FORUM Periodically during the school year the Career Forum organized and conducted interesting and dynamic vocational forums. Representatives of various professions and indus- tries were invited to present the information needed by students in order for them to make intelligent choices of future occupations. Careers in aviation, nursing, designing, and manufacturing were investigated and discussed. Mr. Thomas Norris, guidance director, assisted the group in the presentation of the forums. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Sitting, left to tight: Joan Sheehan, Helen Giannakoulis, Janice Foster, Nancy Russell, Natalie Silvers, Joanne Cutliffe, Anne Moore. Standing: Peter Nardozzi, George Perkins. 48 Aided by other students who have gladly volunteered their services as needed, the Library Assistants have worked extremely hard to help all of us to enjoy our steadily grow- ing library. Miss Mabel Simmons, our librarian, has or- ganized this group of diligent students into an efficient force and has trained them in the various phases of library science. Cataloging and preparing new books; typing, num- bering and filing cards; checking permit slips; assisting students to find materials were among the many duties well performed. Left to right: J. Austin, L. Irvine, J. Wright, V. Alves, Mr. Penardi. STUDENT DRIVER TRAINING The fortunate parents of many of the students of Stoughton High School were able to take full advantage of the favorable provisions in the new automobile insurance laws. The primary reason for this was the successful com- pletion by their sons or daughters of the Student Driver Training Course under the tutelage of Mr. Arthur Penardi. In this course classroom instruction was supplemented by actual behind-the-wheel training in order that good driver attitudes might be developed in all participants. SENIOR FISH AND GAME First row, left to right: Robert Sly, Jack Savini, Thomas White, Gilbert Wilding, Myles Standish, Robert Overton. Second row, left to right: Alfred Slaney, Robert Tarchara, Donald McEachron, Charles McNamara, David Vickey, Elwyn Wood- ard, James Kett, Kenneth Chute, Wil- liam Holmes, Louis Gitto, Frank Ben- nett, Howard Martin. Third row, left to right: James Corbett, Walter Fobes, Lawrence Sylvester, Roy Leonard, Barry Blake, Rosaire LeBlanc, George Darling, Thomas Vincent, Atwood Young, Peter Morrison, John Anderson. The Senior Fish and Game Club, under the fine leader- ship of Mr. Thomas Norris, was organized to promote good sportsmanship. As part of their program, the members have taken a trip to the Sportsman ' s Show and have visited the Massachusetts Fisheries. Instruction in the use of rifles and fishing equipment have been important parts of their activ- ities. 49 I Left to right: W. White, W. Billings, J. Cudmore, R. Hanavon, Mr. Kahn, H. Ayers, G. DeMone, W. Unda, S. Gill. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS Organized for the express purpose of teaching stu- dents to operate various complicated machines, the Audio- Visual Aids Club has produced several efficient technicians, each skilled in the use and care of one or more of these devices. Under the supervision of Mr. Leon Kahn the boys have learned to operate the movie projector, the tape re- corder, the tri-purpose projector, and the play-back equip- ment. Left to right: A. Silver, P. Carey, C. Foster, N. Silvers, B. Allen, J. Allen, J. Curry, Mr. Antonellis, J. Gay, J. Oslin, M. Fedora. 50 GIRLS ' WOODWORKING The Girls ' Woodworking Club, organized this year, provided the girls with their first opportunity to utilize the woodworking shop facilities available at Stoughton High. Working under the direction of Mr. Antonellis, the new craftsmen first learned to handle various tools and to read directions. They then proceeded to manufacture brackets, footstools, and bowls. .H- i ».■ . ' 4 Seated: M. Wilson, J. MacDonald, M. Silva, E. Silva, M. Stevens, A. Raymond, Mrs. Horrigan (Advisor). KNITTING CLUB A very successful knitting class under the direction of Miss Rita Lavallee and Mrs. Mary Horrigan was initiated this year. The members made hand knit scarves, sweaters, mittens, and stockings; they also contributed knitted squares to the Red Cross for an afgan. The knitting club was one of the most popular activities with over forty members. The seniors wish to express their hearty congratulations to the members of the club and to their leaders. Left to right: R. Urcholi, J. Guerra, R. Perkins, R. Hall, D. Sawyer, G. Lord, H. Francis, J. Sylvester, C. Overton, G. Silva, K. Coite, R. Savage, P. Ferry, R. Scott, R. Donavon, A. Winroth. SENIOR RADIO CLUB Organized last year, the Senior Radio Club continued its work under the direction of Mr. Knowles. One of the first propects undertaken by the organization was to as- semble crystal sets. Members of the club also brought in radios that they took apart and then reassembled. The Senior Class wishes to congratulate the members of one of our most popular activities for their fine work. Left to right: M. Andre, G. Holmes, J. Zumas, J. Lindelof, Mr. Hopkins, G. Walbridge, J. Webster, R. Dors, J. La- Civita, L. Thompson, J. Starky, J. Silva, J. Austin, D. MacKusick, J. Lindelof. CAMERA CLUB Guided by Mr. Joseph Hopkins, the members of the Camera Club learned to operate skillfully cameras of various types, to develop, and to print their negatives. The club sponsored a photography contest for its members and produced an exhibit for the March Arts and Crafts show. Left to right: B. Vigneaux, B. Rennie, J. Frank, J. Irwin, Miss McGlew, A. Brown, L. Grant, J. Merrill, H. Mara, R. Gaultier, B. Cohenno. STAGE- CRAFT Supervised by Miss McGlew, the Stagecraft Club spent many pleasant hours designing, constructing, and operating puppets. They also learned the fundamental principles of the application of theatrical makeup. 53 Left to right: J. Fox, P. Grigas, P. Mac- Eachron, N. Novick, N. Winship, T. Lucet, V. Andrews, A. Fiske. BOYS ' COOKING This year for the first time boys were given an op- portunity to test their culinary abilities. Under the super- vision of Mrs. Ryan, members of the Boys ' Cooking Club became masters of the rolling pins. To the prospective chefs, the Class of 1954 extends " a kitchen-full of luck " ! Left to right: J. Wright, S. Winroth, P. Morrill, R. Morrill, N. Fernald, Mr. McGeough, B. Guinazzo, and M. Felos. GIRLS ' METALCRAFTS The members of the Girls ' Metalcrafts Club tried their hands in a new field of endeavor. Under the direction of Mr. McGeough, many of the girls turned out metal plaques and lovely copper bowls and trays. 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