Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)
- Class of 1956
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prologue As we leave Stoughton High School, we are, in a sense, stepping into the cast of a great drama for which we have been rehearsing for a number of years. We are graduating at a time when the threat of atomic destruction, the threat of guided missile warfare, makes the world shake " like a thing unfirm. " We are going out into a fear-ridden world, a world boasting material accomplishments undreamed of by our forefathers; yet this " brave new world " needs, to a greater degree than ever before, a generation dedicated to the accomplishments of the mind and spirit. This world is divided against itself, each half trying to outdo the other in the race for atomic and political superiority. Imagine the good that could be accomplished if both factions decided to work jointly for the good of all humanity. Cool heads and courageous thoughts are needed. Before going forth to take part in this great drama, we have published this, The 19 6 Sto-tonian, as the story of our preparation for living in a chaotic, divided world. Foreword Page 2 Dedication Page 3 Administration Page 4 Faculty Page 7 Seniors Audience Sports Between the Scenes Advertisements Page 11 Page 41 Page 45 Page 61 Page 82 2 We, the class of 1956, gratefully dedicate our Sto-tonian to Mr. Donald P. Murphy not only for the great transformation which his leadership has brought about in our class — from a splintered group of individualists to an organization smoothly working towards a common goal — but to show our appreciation for his willing help as a friend, an able instructor, and a wise advisor. bmtnt ' sitration SCHOOL COMMITTEE L. to r. : Edmund L. Daley, Joseph H. Gibbons, Superintendent; Robert J. Buckley, Secretary; Apple- ton C. Woodward, M.D., Chairman; David M. Benjamin, A. Leonard Anderson. To The Class of 1956: " This above all: to thine own self be true. And it must follou , as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. " Hamlet, Act I, Scene III. The time has come when you are to become responsible citizens of the com- munity. Until now your responsibilities were infinitesimal, parents have been your guardians, schools have helped to educate you and to a great extent, orientate you to the ways of society. We hope you are prepared to meet this serious responsibility and join harmoniously with your fellow man for the sake of better living. In being true to your finer self, you must learn self-discipline and respect for authority, in order to give your best to your community. The Stoughton School Committee wishes to express their most sincere con- gratulations. APPLETON C. WOODWARD, M.D. Chairman 4 To the Class of 1956: As future citizens, you will be partners in a self- governing country. You will have blessings and obli- gations that you must share with your neighbors. Your public school education has endeavored to pre- pare you as a citizen to carry forward the ideals of justice, freedom, fidelity, and brotherhood. You must be willing to carry forward our American heritage. These are years of strenuous change, with both prob- lems and potentialities. The value of your education will continue to be high. In today ' s world our citizens are taking on broader duties by accepting a larger share in world problems. You must not be guided by a narrow provincial point of view, because the world in which you live is more easily accessible from the farthest corners of the globe. Human values in all lands are part of the values that you must be concerned about in your everyday living in our modern society. As Superintendent of Schools, I extend my heart- iest congratulations to each and every member of the Class of 1956. As individuals and as a class you are to be commended for your achievements during your school years. You must strive continually to create a still better world for ourselves and for all mankind. In farewell, I extend my best wishes to you in the years ahead and urge you to be grateful to your parents and be a credit to them forever. JOSEPH H. GIBBONS Superintendent of Schools AARON FINK Principal JOSEPH H. GIBBONS Superintendent To the Class of 1956: Growth with experience is one of the greatest assets of an individual or an organization. That the class of ' 56 has exhibited this sterling quality to a remarkable degree has been apparent to those of us who had intimate contact with you during your years at Stoughton High School. Your willingness to assume the mature respon- sibilities of seniority in your school gives us much of which we can be proud. You, too, can be proud that the spirit you have generated and the respect you have earned through individual initiative and group effort have reflected favorably upon all students in all classes. My personal wishes of continued friendship and years of good fortune are extended to each of you in the Class of 1956. AARON FINK Principal DANIEL R. DONAHUE Assistant: Principal To the Class of 1956: Graduation from Stoughton High School repre- sents an accomplishment of which you may be proud. In fulfilling the requirements for graduation, you have acquired invaluable assets in the form of attitudes, habits, skills, interests, and funds of information, which will be at your beck and call during your entire lifetime. Your success in life will depend largely upon the extent to which you utilize these recently acquired assets, and the purpose for which these are employed. If you keep in mind your responsibilities as a citi- zen and member of society, you will, of necessity, use your education in the direction intended. Congratulations for past achievements and best wishes for future successes in the arena of life! You have good equipment; use it advantageously! ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON Director of Guidance To the Class of 1956: Your record at Stoughton High School has been completed, and a review of the six years I have known the class reveals that there has been a steady growth in your scholarship and citizenship. Your life in high school is a capsule form of adult life and responsibilities. The good qualities of charac- ter, work habits, and attitudes, which you have de- monstrated at Stoughton High School, will serve you well as you advance to future schooling, work, home establishment, and civic duties. Our America needs in the second half of this cen- tury a high level of citizenry to preserve and enrich the nation. This is your challenge! I extend my best wishes to you, one and all, for your success and happiness. DANIEL R. DONAHUE Assistant Principal ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON Director of Guidance Industrial Arts: Mr. F. McGeough, Mr. G. Antonellis, Home Economics: Miss A. Kendrick, Mrs. B. Ryan, chairman; Mr. P. Willis, Mr. ]. Sinewitz, Mr. L. Gold- chairman; Miss M. Ryan. English: Miss ]. Hurley, Mrs. D. Manchester, Mr. D. Office Staff: Miss E. Tucker, Miss P. Vincent. Murphy, chairman; Mrs. M. Horrigan, Miss J. Mcin- tosh, Mr. F. Daly, Mr. E. Fitzmaurice, Mr. J. Holt, Mrs. V. Grammer, Dr. W. Pitts, and Miss P. Ryder. Foreign Languages: Miss ]. Mcintosh, Miss R. Laval- 3 Science: Miss J. Healy, Mr. J. Knowles, chairman; lee, chairman; Miss M. Simmons. Miss C. Barbato, Mr. T. Filledes, Mr. D. Donahue, Mr. L. Kahn, Mr. P. Dnnphy. Physical Education, Health, and Safety: Mr. E. Mclner- ney, Miss A. DeSantis, Miss M. Flynn, Mr. A. Penardi, chairman. Commercial: Miss E. Bates, Miss E. Murphy, and Miss C. Donovan, chairman. Music: Mr. ]. Miller Social Sciences: Miss L. Smith, Mr. R. McLaughlin, Mrs. M. Horrigan, Mr. P. Gerardi, Mr. A. Twomey, Mr. R. Lynch, Miss M. Harris. 0 •m. m Mathematics: Miss O. Nelson, Mr. F. Vogel, chairman; Miss C. Barbato, Miss J. Healy, Mr. H. Randall, Mr. L. Kahn, Mr. F. Burke. Art: Mr. P. Berry, Mr. P. Willis, chairman; Mr. R. Nason. 3n Jlemoriam Each of us in the Class of ' 56 can recall with varying emotions our de- parted friend and classmate, Anna Slade. Anna was one of the sweetest and gentlest girls who ever came to Stoughton High School. She possessed a warm but delicate sense of humor which her friends will long remember. 12 in iHemortam On November 11, 1953, the Class of 1936 was greatly saddened by the loss of one of its most popular and promising members, Judith Susan Mitchell. Judy ' s sincere interest and co-operation in all her class activities had won her many friends. Her sparkling personality and gentle humor will never be for- gotten. Judy will always remain in the thoughts and prayers of the Class of 1956. 13 SENIOR CLASS 1st row, 1. to r.: H. Giannakoulis, J. Crean, J. Sheehan, M. Mone, D. Dwyer, P. Forger, D. O ' Neill, R. Bellay, F. Magee, G. Eichorn, S. Starkowsky, P. Harrington, D. Corman, R. Magee, D. Holliday. 2nd row,.l. to r.: E. Gay, B. Allen, J. Durborow, J. Bachant, C. Earley, E. McNamara, C. Grindle, H. Holmes, P. Mettler, L. Bishop, M. Hanrahan, C. Peterson, E. Bunavicz, C. Capozzoli, L. Kucinskas, B. Holmes, J. Aud- lee, J. Gallo. 3rd row, 1. to r. : E. Broughton, K. Coit, P. Grigas, J. Connors, R. Haynes, R. Osborne, H. Pechonis, P. Magee, J. Connors, R. LeBlanc, R. Sissa, J. Lisowski, R. Egerton, W. Freeman, K. Chute, A. Winroth, H. Henzel, R. Peck, H. McCourt, D. Sawyer, J. Collins. 4th row, 1. to r. : J. Frank, R. Turell, R. Gaultier, R. Donovan, R. Overton, J. Buckley, J. Hill, H. Martin, F. Bennett, T. White, T. Cobb, P. Hickey, A. Fox, R. Cross, R. Sly, A. Slaney, M. Standish, G. Wilding, J. Nickerson, A. Wallace, V. Adamo, B. Nicho- las, B. Roche. 5th row, 1. to r. : L. Gitto, R. Tarchara, R. Littlefield, F. Jardine, A. Cabral, W. Hanson, E. York, D. Vickey, K. Seymour, C. Hannaford, R. Stewart, H. Winship, C. McNamara, P. Tracy, F. Kaspar, W. Power, L. Vigneaux, A. Raggiani, E. Gay. CLASS OFFICERS Robert Bellay, President; Frances Magee, Vice-President; George Eic- horn, Treasurer; Denise O ' Neill, VICTORIA THERESA ADAMO " I had rather than 40 shillings I had my Book of Songs and Sonnets here. " Vickie. Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Sq. Dancing 2; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: Actress and Singer. BEVERLY FRANCES ALLEN " Sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not. " Bev. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Christmas Play 4; Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Rose Song 2; Grad. Usher 3; Arts and Crafts 3; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: Dental Hygien- ist. JUDITH ELIZABETH AUDLEE " Her afjahility and bashful ?nodesty Her uondrous qualities and mild behavior. " Judy. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Varsity Basketball 4; J. V. 2; Softball 2; Drill Team 3; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: To be happy. JUDITH MARIE BACHANT " There was a star danced, and under that was I born. " Bay. Student Council 3, 4; Stud. Council Exec. Comm. 3, 4; Class Exec. Comm. 4; Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Grad. Usher 3; Rose Song 2; Dramatic Club 4; Knitting Club 2; Drill Team 3; Tennis 3. Ambition: To be happy. ROBERT STEPHEN BELLAY " I do return those talents Doubled with thanks and service. " Bob. Class Pres. 4; Exec. Comm. 3, 4; Jr. Prom. 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Covers 4; Class Song Ch. 4; Yearbook 4; All New Eng. High School Band 1; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Student Director 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Aviation 2. Ambition: Dip- lomat. FRANK JOSEPH BENNETT " Thou has caused Printing to be used. " Spag. Supp. 4; Christmas Dance Ticket Comm. Ch. 4; Yearbook 4; Football 1; In- tramural 1, 2; Radio Club 2; Fish and Game Club 2. Am- bition: Drive racing cars. LORRAINE RUTH BISHOP " She laughed so heartily That both my eyes were rainy. " Bish. Exec. Comm. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Concess. 4; Dance 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dra- matic Cub 4; Christmas Play 4; Girls ' Varsity Basketball 3, 4; J. V. 2; Field Hockey 4; Softball 2, 4; Tennis 3; Glee Club 4; Rose Song 2; Grad. Usher 3; Sq. Dancing 1, 2; Drill Team 3; Home Ec. Club I. Ambition: Secretary. 16 EDWARD LEO BROUGHTON " The young gentleman gives him out to he of good ca- pacity and breeding. " Eddie. Entered from Brook- line High 3; Radio Club 3; Special Typing 4. Ambition: Electronics Engineer. JOHN JAMES BUCKLEY, JR. " He does acknowledge: But puts it off to a compelled restraint. " Bucka. Class Ring Comm. 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Football Varsity 2, 3, 4; Fresh. 1; Bas- ketball J. V. 2, 3; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Hock. League Champs 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Golf 2, 3, 4; Champ 2; Sq. Dancing 2; Aviation 2. Ambition: U. S. President. ELAINE MARIE BUNAVICZ " In this I ' ll he impartial: Be you judge of your oicn cause. " Bunny. Student Council 2; Exec. Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 3; Glee Club 1; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 2; Lib. Assist. 4; Drill Team 3; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: Hairdresser. H ARMOND EUGENE CABRAL " In framing an artist, art hath decreed, To make some good, but others to exceed. " Honor Society 2, 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance Comm. 4; Christmas Dance Ch. 4; Yearbook 4; Football Varsity 3, 4; Fresh. 1; J. V. Basketball 2, 3; Capt. 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Camera Cub 2. Am- bition : Success. CAMELLA ANNE CAPOZZOLI " In glittering golden char- acters. A general praise to her, " Cam. Student Council 1; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. Ch. 4 Concess. 4; Dance 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4; Semaphore 2 Dramatic Club 4; Christmas Play 4; Tennis 2; Softball 2; Cheerleader 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Grad. Usher 3 Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3 Lib. Assist. 1; Special Amer Legion Improvement Medal 3 Woman ' s Club Rep. 4. Am bition: Secretary. KENNETH FRANCIS CHUTE " Your hopes and friends are infinite. " Ken. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Football Varsity 3, 4; Baseball Varsity Mgr. 2, 3; Hock. League Champs 2, 3; Fish and Game 2; Audio Visual Aids 2; Spe- cial Typing. Ambition: En- gineer. WILLIAM THOMAS COBB " He is a good one, and his worthiness Does challenge much respect. " Tom. Yearbook 4; Football Varsity 3, 4; Fresh. 1; Basket- ball Varsity 3, 4; J. V. 1; Intramural Champs 2; Fresh. 1; Tennis 3, 4; Intramural 2, 3, 4; Champs 4; Baseball Var- sity 2, 3, 4; Hock. League Champs 2, 3; Special Typing 4; Print Club 2. Ambition: Engineer. 17 KENNETH TRUMAN COIT " There ' s nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and hu- mility. " Ken. Concess. 4; Dance 4; Basketball Intramural Champs 2; Toastmasters 4; Radio Club 2, 3. Ambition: Electronics Engineer. JAMES MICHAEL COLLINS " What is the end of study? Let me knoiv. " Jim. Dance 3; Yearbook 4; Basketball Fresh.; J. V. 2; In- tram. 2, 3; Baseball Hock. Leag. Champ. 2, 3; Radio 2, 3. Ambition: Accountant. JAMES WALLACE CONNORS " He teas indeed the glass Wherein the nohle youth did dress themselves. " Jim. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Convention 3, 4; Exec. Comm. 2, 3, 4; Ring Comm. 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Christmas Dance Co- Ch. 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Football Fresh. 1; Var- sity 2, 3, 4; Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Hock. League Champs 2, 3; Track Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Golf Intramurals 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 3; Camera Club 2. Ambition: Success. JOHN BURNS CONNORS " He was a man, take him for all in all. " Jack. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Convention 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Football Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh. Capt.; Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Special Award Boys ' State 3; Camera Club 2; P.T.A. Paper Drive. Ambi- tion : Football Coach. DORIS MAE CORMAN " Modest irisdom plucks me From over-credulous haste. " Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 3, 4; Assoc. Typ. Ed. 3; Typ. Ed. 4; Dramatic Club 4; Secretary 4; Christmas Play 4; Girls ' Varsity Basketball 3, 4; J. V. 2; Tennis 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Career Forum 2, 3, 4; Bacc. Usher 3; Daisy Chain 3; Special Award Girls ' State 3; Sq. Dancing 1, 2; Home Ec. Club 1; Gym Dem. 1, 2, 3; Woman ' s Club Rep. 4. Ambition: Executive Secre- tary. JUDITH ANN CREAN " She hath prosperous art When she will play with rea- son and discourse. " Judy. Spag. Supp. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Concess. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Tennis 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Lib. Asst. 1; Arts and Crafts 2, 3. Ambition: Commercial Artist. RICHARD LEWIS CROSS " . . . I think a due sincerity governed his deeds. " Dick. Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 3; Semaphore 2; Football Var- sity 2, 3, 4; Fresh. 1; Basket- ball Fresh. 1; Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Hock. League Champs 2, 3; Track 2; Print Shop State Award 3; Aviation 2; Fish and Game 2. Ambi- tion : To succeed. 18 RUSSELL THOMAS DONOVAN " 1 do say thou art quick in anstcers. " Artie. Spag. Supp. 4; Basket- ball J. V. 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Champs 2; Golf 3, 4; Radio Club 1, 2, 3; Special Typing 4. Ambition: To be successful in everything. JUDY ANN DURBOROW " What grace was seated on this hroiv. " Durb. Student Council I, 3; Convention 2, 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Band 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Accompanist Grad. 3; Bacc. Accompanist 3; Class Day Accomp. 3. Ambition: Nurse. DOROTHY LOUISE DWYER " ; truth, sir. she is pretty, and honest, and gentle. " Dotty. Honor Society 4; Class Secretary 3; Exec. Comm. 3 Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3 Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4 Dances 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4 Semaphore 3, 4; Girls ' Sports Ed. .3, 4; Dramatic Club 4 Basketball J. V. 2; Varsity 4 Field Hockey 3, 4; Msr. 4 Softball 4; Glee Club 2 Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3; Amer. Legion Cont. Winner 2, 3; Girls ' State Alt. 3; Drill Team 3. Ambition; Home Ec. Teacher. CATHERINE MOIRA EARLEY " Always has been just and virtuous In anything that I do knoii ' of her. " Cathy. Spag. Supp. 4; Girls ' J. V. 2; Varsity 4; Field Hoc- key 1, 4; Softball 3; Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Grad. Usher 3; Rose Song 2; Sq. Dancing 1. Ambition: Physical Therapist. RUSSELL EGERTON " Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. " Russ. Exec. Comm. 4; Class Pres. 1; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2; Ch. 2; Dramatic Club Pres. 4; Football 3, 4; Base- ball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Intra- murals 2; Spell. Bee Winner 1 Semaphore 1; Yearbook 4 Sales and Ads Ed. Ambition To become wealthy. GEORGE EDWARD EICHORN " did dream of money-bags tonight. " Ike. Class Treas. 3, 4; Ex. Comm. 1 , 2, 3,4; Ring Comm. 3; Concess. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Yearbook 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Fresh. 1; Basketball Fresh. 1; Intram. 2; Champs 3; Band 1; Sq. Dancing 3. Ambition: To be a mason. PHOEBE JACQUELINE FORGER " She derives her honesty and achieves her goodness. " Preacher. Dances 1, 2, 3; Year- book 4; Dramatic Club 4; Drum Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Rose Song 2; Arts and Crafts 2, 3; Home Ec. Club I. Ambition: To be a success. 19 ARTHUR KIETH FOX " he man ' s work, I ' ll do it. " Foxy. Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Sq. Dancing 4; Aviation 2; Radio 2, 3. Ambition: Ma- chinist, then Mechanical En- gineer. JACQUELINE ANN FRANK " Your cheeks do counterfeit our roses. " Jackie. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 4; Dramatic Club 4; Christmas Play 4; Glee Club 4; Rose Song 2: Arts and Crafts 3; Home Ec. Club 1; Concess. 4. Ambi- tion : Secretary. WILLIAM JAMES FREEMAN " You are a gentleman of ex- cellent breeding, admirable discourse. " Bill. Yearbook 1, 2; Print Staff, Business Staff 4; Con- cess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Basket- ball J. V. 3; Intram. 2; Champs 2; Science 4; Fish and Game 2, 3. Ambition: Me- chanical Engineer. JEAN LILLIAN GALLO " Of spirit so still and quiet. " Jeanne. Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Sq. Dancing 2; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: Hair- dresser. ROSE MARIE GAULTIER " A cheerful look, a pleasing eye, and a most noble carriage. " Rosie. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Semaphore Business Ed. 4; Dramatic Club 4; Christmas Play Usher 4; Rose Song 2; Glee Club 4; Arts and Crafts 3; Home Ec. Club 1; Student Council 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Concess. 4. Ambition: Sec- retary. ELDON WILSON GAY " hope . . . For quiet days, fair issue and long life. " Al. Concess. 4; Yearbook 4; Camera Club 2; Sq. Dancing 4; Sr. Science Club 4. Ambi- tion: Medical Technician. EVELYN SUSAN GAY " must tell you friendly in your ear. " Ev. Student Council 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 2; Dramatic Club 4; Christmas Play 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Usher 3; Arts and Crafts 3; Woodworking 2; Sq. Dancing 2; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: Hair- dresser. 20 HELEN GIANNAKOULIS " Full of warm blood and mirth. " Hel. Class Ring Comm. 3; Ex. Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. Ch. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 4; Band 1; Lib. Assist. 1, 2; Dramatic Club 4; Con- cess. 4; Rifle Club 3; Career Forum 3, 4; Semaphore 2; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: To have a full and happy life. LOUIS F. GITTO " He is nobel, wise, judicious and best knows the fits o ' the season. " Lou. Honor Society 2, 3 Treas. 4; Student Council 4 Comm. of 18 4; Jr. Prom 3 Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4 Dances 3, 4; Yearbook 4 Fresh. Basketball 1; J. V. 2, 3; Varsity 4; Baseball 2; Track 3; Semaphore Sports Ed. 3, 4; Boys ' State Rep. 3; Fish and Game Club 2; Camera Club 3. Ambition: Civil Engineer. PETER FRANCIS GRIGAS " Was ever ivoman in this hu- mour uooed? " Pete. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Exec. Comm. 1, 2, 3; Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Football Varsity 2, 3, 4; Fresh. Capt. 1; Basketball J. V. 3; Baseball Varsity 2, 3; Hock. League Champs 2,3; Track 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4. Ambition: Architect. CAROL ANN GRINDLE " Fortune and I are friends. " Grink. Student Council 3; Convention 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 1, 2; Dramatic Club 4; Christ- mas Play 4; Softball 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Rose Song 2. Ambition: Home Ec. Teacher. CHARLES HANNAFORD " Haply this life is best If quiet life be best! " Aviation 2; Camera Club 2; Spag. Supp. 4. Ambition: Ra- dar Technician. MARY LUCY HANRAHAN " Whose wisdom ivas a mirror to the wisest. " Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Con- cess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 3, 4; Yearbook Assoc. Ed. 4; Semaphore Lit. Ed. 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Spelling Contest Win- ner 3, 4; Amer. Legion Essay Contest Winner 4; Arts and Crafts 3; Stamp Club 1. Am- bition: Accountant. EDWIN WILLIAM HANSEN " Peace, doting wizard, peace! " Bill. Honor Society 4; Con- cess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 4; Yearbook Assist. Ed. 4 Basketball Intram. 2; Golf 4 Band 1; Boys ' State Alt. 3 Toastmasters 3, 4; Aviation 1, 2. Ambition: Chemical Engineer. 21 PATRICIA ANN HARRINGTON " Her voice was ever soft, Gentle, and low an excellent thing in woman. " Pat. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3; Softball 4; Drill Team 3. Am- bition : Private Secretary. ROBERT CHESTER HAYNES " A man he is of honesty and trust. " Buddy. Exec. Comm. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Football Fresh. 1; Basketball Fresh. 1; Intram. 2, 3; Champs 3; Golf Intram. 3; Champ 3; Graphic Arts Club 2; Sq. Dancing 4. Am- bition: Stay single. HOLGER A. HENZEL " pray thee get us some ex- cellent music. " Holg. Concess. 4; Dramatic Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. Ambition: Archae- ologist. PAUL G. HICKEY " am full of pleasure. " Intram. Basketball 2, 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Graphic Arts 2, 3; Sr. Science 4; Sq. Dancing 4; Yearbook 4; Dances 3, 4. Am- bition: To pay for my car. JOHN HENRY HILL " Love all. trust a few, Do wrong to none. " Jack. Entered from Hyde Park 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Christmas Dance 4; Yearbook 4; Science 4. Ambition: New England Tel. and Tel. Worker. DIANE MARIE HOLLIDAY " Thou are pleasant, gameson, courteous. " Chickie. Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Drum Maj- orette 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Rose Song 2; Arts and Crafts 2, 3. Ambition: To be happy. BRENDA MARIE HOLMES " know a girl of excellent dis- course, pretty and nitty. " Satchmo. Exec. Comm. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4 Thanksgiving Dance Ch. 3 Rec. Hop Disc Jockey 4 Dances 2, 3. 4; Yearbook 4 Semaphore 1, 2; News Ed. 3 4; Girls ' J. V. Basketball 3 Field Hockey I, 4; Softball 3 4; Band 4; Glee Club 1, 2 Rose Song 2; Amer. Legion Essay Contest Winner I, 2; Rifle Club Sec. 3; Home Ec. Club 1,2; Sp. Typing 4. Am- bition: Surgeon. 22 HELEN PATRICIA HOLMES " To write and read comes by nature. " Concess. 4; Dance 4; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 2; Softball 2, 3, 4; Lib. Assist. 3, 4. Ambition: To be a successful writer. ROBERT GORDON IRVINE " Lightens my humour with his merry jests. " Porky. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 3, 4; Year- book 4; Dramatic Club 4; Football Mgr. 3, 4; Football Fresh. 1; Intram. 1, 2. Am- bition: Diesel Operator. FRANK JARDINE " Thy looks are full of speed. " Buddy. Class Treas. 1,2; Class Pres. 3; Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Foot- ball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Champs 3; Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Track Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Glee Club 4; Grad. Marshall 3; Sq. Danc- ing 2, 4. Ambition: Football Coach. FRANCIS MICHAEL KASPER " A man of good carriage, bear- ing, and estimation. " Doc. LILLIAN FRANCIS KUCINSKAS " So famous So excellent in art, and still so rising. " Lil. Class Vice-Pres. 2, 3; Exec. Comm. 2, 3; Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Co-Ch. Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Art and Layout Ed. 4; Field Hockey 4; Co- Capt. 4; Rose Song 3; Grad Marshall 3; Bacc. Marshall 3; Class Night Marshall 3; Arts and Crafts 2; Student Leader 4. Ambition: To lead a complete life. ROSAIRE LE BLANC " And seem a saint, when most I play the devil. " Rosy. Spag. Supp. 4; Basket- ball 1; Jr. Varsity 2; Intram. 2, 3; Varsity 4; Fish and Game 2; Sr. Science 4; Cafe 3. Am- bition: Auto Mechanic. JOHN STEVEN LISOWSKI " What a wit snapper are you! " Exec. Comm. 3; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Aviation Club 2; Camera Club 2. Am- bition: To be a success. 23 RALPH FREDERICK LITTLEFIELD " Thou mightest call him A goodly person. " Dances 2, 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Yearbook 4; Basketball In- tram. 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2. Ambition: Air Force Pilot. FRANCES JANE MAGEE " Her wondrous qualities and mild behavior. " Fran. Student Council 2, 3; Sec. 3; Convention 2, 3; Chair- man 3; Class Vice Pres. 4; Exec. Comm. 1, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Concess. Ch. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman 3; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Basketball Varsity 2, 3, 4; Softball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Rose Song 2; Grad. Usher 3; Bacc. Usher 3; Class Ni.ght Usher 3; Arts and Crafts 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Student Leader 4; Gym Dem. 1, 2, 3. Ambi- tion: Nurse. PAUL HERBERT MAGEE, JR. " He is given To sports and much company. " Sut. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 3; Convention 2, 3; Exec. Comm. 1, 2; Ring Comm. 3; Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Ch. 3; Dramatic Club 4 Football Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt. 4; Hock. League Champs 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Special Award: Outstanding Freshman athlete; Toastmasters 3; Sq. Dancing 4; Fish and Game 2; Sen. Paper Drive 1, 2, 3; Gym Dem. 1, 2, 3. Ambition: Teacher-Coach. ROSA-LEE ALICE MAGEE " She is young, wise, fair; In these to nature she ' s im- mediate heir. " Rosie. Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 1,2; Rose Song 2; Special Award: Essay Con- test 1; Sq. Dancing 1, 2, 3; Home Ec. Club 1; Drill Team 3. Ambition: Achieve success and happiness. HOWARD BRENDEN MARTIN " What should a man do but be merry? " Rock. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Christmas Play 4; Bus. Mgr. 4; Football Varsity 3, 4; Basketball In- tram. 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Ten- nis 2; Golf Champ. 3; Glee Club 4; Dominoes 4; Special Award, Shop; Sq. Dancing 4; Fish and Game 2; Projection Club 2. Ambition: To make the world just a little bit hap- hier. HENRY JOSEPH McCOURT, JR. " The gentler gamester is the soonest winner. " Hank. Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Exec. Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Lit. Ed. 4; Football Varsity 2; Fresh. 1; Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; J. V. 1; Hock. League Champs 2, 3, 4; Baseball Var- sity 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Career Forum 2, 3, 4; Shop Award 2; Boys ' State Rep. 3; Amer. Legion Essay Contest Winner 3; Boston Post Teen- ager of Week 4. Ambition: Be successful. CHARLES HENRY McNAMARA, JR. " As willingly as e ' er I came from school. " Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Fish and Game 1, 2; Toast- masters 3, 4; Treas. 4. Ambi- tion: Dairy Farmer. 24 ELLEN CATHERINE McNAMARA " She has broun hair, and speaks softly like a ivoman. ' Jr. Prom 3; Concess. 4; Spag Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4; Semaphore 1 Rose Song 2. Ambition Nurse. PATRICIA ANN METTLER " She is as kind as she is fair, For beauty lives with kind- ness. " Pat. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Tennis 2, 3. 4; Drum Maj- orette 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Usher 3 Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3 Lib. Assist. 3; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: Secretary. MARILYN HELEN MONE " have heard her reported to be a ivoman of invincible spirit. " Red. Exec. Comm. 2; Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4 Christmas Dance Co-Ch. 4 Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4 Basketball Varsity 2, 3. 4; J. V. 1; Softball Varsity 1, 4; Field Hockey Varsity 3, 4; Cheer- leader 1,2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Glee Club 4; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3; Arts and Crafts 1, 2, 3; Sq. Dancing 1. Ambition: Medical Secretary. BESSIE NICHOLAS " would my horse had the speed of your tongue. " Bess. Student Council Sec. 4; Yearbook 4; Exec. Comm. 4; Concess. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Basketball J. V. 4; Field Hockey Varsity 4; Tennis 3; Glee Club 2, 4; Arts and Crafts 3. Ambition: Secretary. JOEL FRANCIS NICKERSON " The gentleman . . . Is full of virtue, bounty, worth, and qualities. " Shop 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2; Cafe Crew 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Stereotyper. DENISE FRANCES O ' NEILL " Seasoned with a gracious voice. " Class Sec. 4; Exec. Comm. 3 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4 Concess. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3 Ch. 4; Yearbook Sec. Ed. 4 Glee Club I, 2; Rose Song 2 Bacc. Usher 3; Class Day Usher 3; Grad. Usher 3; Home Ec. Club 1. Ambition: Re- ceptionist. ROGER ELIOT OSBORNE " know ivhen one is dead, and ivhen one lives. " Rog. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Aviation Club 2; Camera Club 2. Ambition: Under- taker. 25 V ROBERT FORREST OVERTON " A loyal, just and upright gen- tleman I perceive in you so excellent a touch of modesty. " Bob. Yearbook 4; Spag. Supp. 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Intram. Champs 3; Fresh. 1; Shop 3, 4; Radio 1, 2; Fish and Game 1, 2. Ambition: Certified Air- plane Engine Mechanic. HARRIS PECHONIS " He was a gentleman on whom I built An absolute trust. " Harry. Yearbook 4; Career Forum 3, 4; Shop Assist. 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To make business a pleasure, and plea- sure a business. ROY HOWARD PECK " What man dare, I dare. " Pete. Student Council 4; Exec. Com. 3, 4; Ring Comm. 3; Christmas Dance Ch. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Fresh. Football; J. V. 2; Intram. Champs 3; Basket- ball Mgr. 4; Shop 3, 4; Audio- Visual Aids 3. Ambition: Auto Mechanic. ROBERT ELDON PERKINS " A kinder gentleman tread not the earth. " Bob. Spag. Supp. 4; Yearbook 4; Football Fresh.; Basketball Intram. 3; Champs 3; Radio Club 2; Cafe Crew 2, 3. Am- bition: Auto Mechanic. CAROLYN MARIE PETERSON " O beauty. Till now I never knew thee! Pete. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Exec. Comm. 3; Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Sema- phore 3; Band 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3; Lib. Assist. 3; Home Ec. Club I. Ambition: Airline Stewardess. WILLIAM JOHN POWER " would be argument for a week, laughter for a month, and a good jest forever. " Bizz. Student Council 2; Spag. Supp. 4; Football Fresh. 1; Basketball Intram. 1, 2; Glee Club 4; Sq. Dancing 4; Cafe Crew 2, 3, 4. Ambition: In- surance Salesman. ALBERT RAGGIANI " He smiled me in the face. caught me in his hand. " Raggs. Concess. 4; Yearbook 4; Basketball Intram. 3; Rifle Club 4. Ambition: Air Force 26 BARBARA ANN ROCHE " Sir, as I have a soul, she is an angel. " Barb. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Concess. 4; Dances 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Rose Song 2. Ambition: Nurse. DOUGLAS MAYHEW SAWYER " shall not look upon his like again. " Doug. Spag. Supp. 4; Sema- phore 1; Basketball Intram. 1, 2; Champs 2; Band 1; Rifle Club 3; Boys ' Cooking 3; Ra- dio Club 3; Sp. Typing 4. Ambition: Draftsman. KENNETH ALAN SEYMOUR " Whose words all ears took captive. " Ken. Honor Society 2, 3; Stu- dent Council 3; Convention 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dance 3, 4; Yearbook Ed. -in-Chief; Sema- phore 4; Football Varsity Cameraman 3, 4; Amer. Legion Essay Contest Winner 2; Boys ' State Rep. 3; Radio Club 2; Camera Club 3. Ambition: Electrical Engineer. JANE FRANCES SHEEHAN " 7 say little: hut when the times shall serve, there shall be smiles. " Janey. Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Year- book 4; Tennis 3; Glee Club L 2; Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Metal Crafts 2; Camera Club 2; Arts and Crafts 3; Sq. Danc- ing L Ambition: Nurse. ROBERT RUDOLPH SISSA " am more than comm,on tall. " Bob. Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Basketball Varsity 4; J. V. 3; Intram. Champs 2; Track 3, 4; Sq. Dancing 1; Special Typing 4. Ambition: Success. ALFRED SLANEY " He doth indeed show some sparks that are like wit. " Hank. Football 1, 2; Basket- ball 1,2; Fish and Game Club 2; Special Award. Shop. Am- bition: Carpenter. ROBERT F. SLY " Sleep hath seized me wholly. " Bob. Football 1, 2; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Spag. Supp. 4; Fish and Game Club 2; Sq. Dancing 4; Intram. Bas- ketball 2, 3; Cafe Crew 2, 3. Ambition; To be a success. 27 MYLES W. STANDISH " O, what man may within him hide, Though angel on the outivard side! " Bill. Spag. Supp. 4; Fish and Game Club 2; Dance 4; Sq. Dancing 4. Ambition: To sleep. SANDRA RUTH STARKOWSKY " Silence is the perfectest her- ald of joy. " Sandy. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 4; Drum Majorette 4; Usher Grad., Bacc, Class Day 3; Lib. Assist. 4; Arts and Crafts 2. Ambi- tion: Dental Hygienist. RICHARD GORDON STEWART " hai ' e a reasonable good ear in music. " Dick. Spag. Supp. 4; Year- book, Printing Ch. 4; Basket- ball Intram. Champs 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Printer. LAWRENCE SYLVESTER " Twixt such friends as we, Few words suffice. " Larry. Fish and Game Club 2; Radio Club 2. Ambition: Be Successful. ROBERT JAMES TARCHARA " Feeds well, loves company, Is free of speech, sings and dances well. " Chief. Spag. Supp. 4; Football Varsity 2, 3, 4; Fresh; Intram. Basketball 2; Glee Club 4; Shop Award 2; Fish and Game Cub 2; Dominoes 4. Ambi- tion: Car Salesman. PAUL WILLIAM TRACY, JR. " And thou, a merry devil, Dids ' t rob of it some taste of tediousness. " Reb. Student Council 4; Exec. Comm. 4; Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Yearbook 4; Senior Glee Club 4; Sq. Dancing 4; Rifle Club 2; History Exhibit 2; Student Council Dance 4; Typ. Ex. 2; History Play 2. Ambition: Electronics. ROSALIE NAN TURELL " She was the sweet-mardoram of the salad, or rather, the herb of grace. " Turtle. Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Concess. 4; Dance 4; Yearbook 4; Band 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Accomp. 4; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain 3; Home Ec. Club 1; Dominoes 4; Accomp. 4. Ambition: Mu- sician. 28 DAVID VICKEY " would have peace and quietness. " Dave. Spag. Supp. 4; Year- book 4; Fish and Game 2. Ambition: Join the Armed Services. JOSEPH LEO VIGNEAUX, JR. " God match me irith a good dancer. " Joe. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 2; Exec. Comm. 1, 2; Ring Comm. 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Semaphore 1, 2; Sports Ed. 2; Football 1, 4; Football Mgr. 3; Basketball J. V. 3; Intram. 3, 4; Track 1; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sq. Dancing 2, 4; Dominoes 4. Ambition: Music Teacher. ANN LOUISE WALLACE " In mine eye she is the sweet- est lady that ever I looked on. " Exec. Comm. 4; Jr. Prom 3; Spag. Supp. 4; Concess. 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; Daisy Chain 3; Sq. Dancing 2, 4. Ambi- tion : To be a professional rol- ler skater. THOMAS ALAN WHITE " Ye have angel ' s faces, but heaven knows your hearts. " Tom. Concess. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Yearbook 4; Exec. Officer Rifle Club 3, 4; Fish and Game Club 2. Ambition: Join Air Force. GILBERT WILDING " A proper man. A very handsome man. " Butch. Spag. Supp 4; Year- book 4; Fresh. Football; Sq. Dancing 4; Fish and Game 2; Cafe Crew 2. Ambition: Ma- chinist. ALBERT RICHARD LARSON WINROTH " Give it breath, and it will discourse most eloquent music. " Al. Spag. Supp. 4; Basketball Intram. Champs 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; All State 3, 4; Essay 2; Radio Club 2. Ambition: Band Leader. HENRY WARD WINSHIP, III " Vull of ambition, an emulator of every man ' s good parts. " Pen. Honor Society 3, 4; Exec. Comm. 2, 4; Ring Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3; Soag. Supp. 4; Dances I, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Ed. -in- Chief 4; Football Varsity Stat- istician and Mgr. 2, 3, 4; Fresh. Football Statistician; Baseball Stat. 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball Stat. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Fresh. 1, 2; Track Mrg. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Intram. St. Di- rector 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Boys ' State Alt. 3. Ambition: Registered Pharmacist. EDWARD MARSHALL YORK " I perceive he was a wise fel- low, and had good discre- tion. " Ed. Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Spag. Supp. 4; Yearbook 4; Photography Ed; Semaphore 3, 4; Photographer; Boys ' State Alt. 3; Audio-Visual Aids 2; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Am- bition: Marine Biologist. 29 JftesJftman Pear Class Officers: President, Russ Egerton Vice-President, Judy Mitchell Secretary, Joan Irwin Treasurer, Frank Jardine opf)omore Hear FALL Class Officers: President, Leo Vigneaux Vice-President, Lillian Kucinskas Secretary, Joan Irwin Treasurer, Frank Jardine Acting President, Lillian Kucinskas Cheerleaders; Marilyn Mone Judy Mitchell SPRING Class outing at Swift ' s Beach 30 Junior |9ear FALL Class Officers: President, Frank Jardine Vice-President, Lillian Kucinskas Secretary, Dorothy Dwyer Treasurer, George Eichorn Executive Committee: Robert Bellay Elaine Bunavicz Helen Giannakoulis Peter Grigas John Lisowski Henry McCourt Denise O ' Neill Carolyn Peterson Thanksgiving Victory Dance Semaphore Editorships: Editor-in-Chief, Henry Winship Business Editor, Rose Gaultier Literary Editor, Mary Hanrahan Photography Editor, Ed York News Editor, Brenda Holmes Boys ' Sports Editor, Louis Gitto Girls ' Sports Editor, Dorothy Dwyer Typing Editor, Doris Corman WINTER Class Ring Committee: Frank Jardine Lillian Kucinskas Dorothy Dwyer George Eichorn Peter Grigas Ann Wallace Helen Giannakoulis John Buckley Russ Egerton Shamrock Shuffle Cheerleaders: Marilyn Mone Doris Corman Camella Capozzoli SPRING Junior Prom, " April Showers " Honor Society Officers: President, Henry McCourt Vice-President, Doris Corman Treasurer, Louis Gitto American Legion Improvement Medal: Camella Capozzoli Girls ' State: Doris Corman Boys ' State: Henry McCourt John Connors Louis Gitto Ken Seymour Class outing at Myles Stand ish Reservation Senior ear FALL Class Officers: President, Robert Bellay Vice-President, Frances Magee Secretary, Denise O ' Neill Treasurer, George Eichorn Executive Committee: Lorraine Bishop Judy Bachant James Connors Russ Egerton Robert Haynes Bessie Nicholas Brenda Holmes Roy Peck Ann Wallace Henry Winship Yearbook Editorships: Editor-in-Chief, Ken Seymour Associate Editor, Mary Hanrahan Assistant Editor, William Hansen Literary Editor, Henry McCourt Art Layout Editor, Lillian Kucinskas Business Editor, Russ Egerton Print Editor, Richard Stewart Photography Editor, Ed York Clerical Editor, Denise O ' Neill Student Council Officers: President, James Connors Vice-President, Carolyn Peterson Secretary, Bessie Nicholas Book Covers Autumn Hop Disk Jockeys: Brenda Holrnes Robert Irvine Bessie Nicholas Leo Vigneaux Concessions Committee Chairman: Frances Magee Football Captain: John Connors Drum Majorettes: Captains: Frances Magee Pat Mettler Diane HoUiday Phoebe Forger Beverly Allen Sandra Starkowsky Field Hockey Captains: Lillian Kucinskas Frances Magee Spaghetti Supper Chairman: Camella Capozzoli WINTER Snowflake Festival: Co-Chairmen: James Connors Marilyn Mone Boys ' Basketball Captain: Paul Magee Girls ' Basketball Captain: Frances Magee Paper Drive, February 5 Roy Peck Brenda Holmes Class Play, March 9 and 10 " Pride and Prejudice " SPRING Student Government Day: Henry McCourt New York Baseball Captains: Frank Jardine James Connors Track Captains: Frank Jardine James Connors Senior Reception, June 1 Baccalaureate, June 3 Class Banquet, June 4 Class Night, June 6 Graduation, June 8 uperlatibes; Best Dancers Bob Tarchara, Judy Bachant Most Talkative Bob Tarchara, Bessie Nicholas Neatest Henry McCourt, Doris Corman Most Artistic Armand Cabral, Lillian Kucinskas Best Looking Russ Egerton, Ann Wallace Best Dressed Jim Connors, Doris Corman Most Courteous Bob Bellay, Rose Turell Most Intelligent Ken Seymour, Mary Hanrahan Most Humorous Bob Irvine, Lorraine Bishop Most Ambitious Henry Winship, Brenda Holmes Most Co-operative Bob Bellay, Fran Magee 1 uperlatibes; Most Musical Richard Stewart, Rosalie Turell Most Sophisticated Henry McCourt, Pat Mettler Most Likely to Succeed Henry McCourt, Mary Hanrahan Most Popular Buddy Jardine, Jack Connors, Fran Magee Most Versatile Jack Connors, Fran Magee Most Talented Bob Bellay, Brenda Holmes Cutest Gilbert Wilding, Ann Wallace Most Original Bob Tarchara, Brenda Holmes Quietest David Vickey, Mary Hanrahan Most Friendly Kenneth Chute, Lorraine Bishop Most Athletic Paul Magee, Marilyn Mone I " They say, if money go before, all ways do go open. " " We ' ll hunt no more today, nor seek for sauce where there ' s no profit. " " Would not this, sir . . . get me a fellowship in a cry of players? " Everyone who attended our Senior Play, " ' Pride and Prejudice, " a comedy adapted by Jane Kendall from the longtime popular novel by Jane Austin, agreed it was a great stride forward in worthwhile stage presentations, as well as a tremendous success. The performances will be long remembered occasions by the members of the Class of ' 56. CAST LYDIA Victoria Adamo LADY LUCAS Catherine Earley JANE Carmella Capozzoli CATHERINE Lorraine Bishop Doris Corman Bessie Nicholas MR. BENNET Kenneth Seymour CHARLOTTE Judy Durborow MRS. BENNET Helen Giannakouils MR. BINGLEY Kenneth Chute MARY Brenda Holmes MISS BINGLEY Rosa-Lee Magee ELIZABETH Patricia Mettler MR. DARCY Holger Henzel MR. WICKHAM William Hansen HILL Francis Magee LADY CATHERINE DeBOURGH MR. COLLINS Robert Bellay Judith Crean III iliil - v Class of 1957 42 VARSITY FOOTBALL 1st row, I. to r. : J. Vigneaux, G. Eichorn, A. Cabral, F. Jar- dine, J. Connors, P. Magee, Capt. J. Connors, P. Grigas, R. Egerton, R. Tarchara, K. Chute, G. Morrison. 2nd row, I. to r.: Coach P. Gerardi, J. Buckley, R. Cross, W. Dineen, D. Sullivan, G. DeMone, A. Pires, R. Jasmin, T. Cobb, J. Far- ley, G. Walbridge, J. Callahan, H. Martin, Coach A. Twomey. 3rd row, 1. to r.: J. Giannakoulis, S. Gill, J. Shanahan, R. Buckley, J. Adomaitas, A. Turner, R. Pratt, R. Higgins, J. Webster, L. Hickey, E. Burke, R. Sarcione. VARSITY FOOTBALL In the opening game of the season, Stoughton had its eleven game winning streak stopped by Newburyport, 18 to 12. After this setback, S.H.S. went on to win their next six games. The most impressive victory was a 51 to 0 romp over North Attleboro. Although the final score of the S.H.S. - Coyle game was 14 to 13, the Black Knights winning, Stoughton ' s fleet backfield was slowed down since this game was played in a driving storm. The Knights romped over Walpole 33 to 7 and then buried Attleboro 38 to 6. The Black Knights won their third consecutive " Turkey Day " game over Canton 20 to 0. Coach Albert " Tuck " Twomey and his assistants, Mr. Peter Gerardi and Mr. Edward Mclnerney, guided this year ' s team to its successful season. Some of the members graduating are Buddy Jardine, the fast and elusive halfback, for the second straight year topped the century mark in scoring. This year ' s total was 104 points. Jim Connors, the hard running fullback, was second in the scoring race tallying 76 points. Captain Jack Connors displayed his superior signal calling and ball handling in all the games by deceiving the opponents on numerous occasions. Armand Cabral threw many key blocks, enabling other backfield men to gain added yardage to distinguish himself as a fine blocking back. Some of the outstanding linemen were Russ Egerton, George Morrison, Paul " Sutt " Magee, Bob Tarchara, Pete Grigas, and Tom Cobb. S. H. S. 12 Newburyport 18 S. H. S. 25 Braintree 14 s. H. S. 51 North Attleboro 0 s. H. S. 33 Walpole 7 s. H. S. 38 Attleboro 6 s. H. S. 14 Coyle (Taunton) 13 s. H. S. 20 Canton 0 s. H. S. Won 6 Lost 1 Tied 0 Points — S.H.S. 193 —Opponents 58 STATISTICS S.H.S. OPP. First Downs 59 41 Total Yards Rushing 1836 684 Net Yards Rushing 1776 577 Average Yards Each Carry 8.0 3.0 Touchdowns 30 9 Points After Touchdowns 13 4 SCORING Player Tds. P.A.T. TOT Frank Jardine 16 8 104 James Connors 12 4 76 John Connors 1 0 6 Armand Cabral 1 0 6 Robert Pratt 0 1 1 30 13 193 riAT S DOING IN ports t TOMMIE HEDDOK , m Promise Stoughton Clubs Canton For SixjJi raight Win All Touchdov nr. far 2D 10 ' , Wifjc ' . ' ' ' v C 0 ' : .fougnton and Canton -lash Tops in District In 30th Annual Clash Schoolboy Football Rivals Battle Today at ]. ' °ff ' ° ' ' ° ' " ' ' ' ' " " ° Trsots Sc on High ' , Stoiiilhtoil I U r Rallies to Tarn Eravifrce. 25- 4 Over Brointree, 25-14 Jtm Connors, Frank Sardine Each Score ♦ FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 1st row, 1. to r. : L. Ledin, R. Far- ley, P. Ramos, C. Beless, F. Shea, L. Audlee, D. Webster, T. Cad- dell, R. Cederholm, J. O ' Neil, Mgr. R. Beless. 2nd row, I. to r. : W. Sheldon, G. Joseph, G. Capoz- zoli, E. Sheehan, A. Gareri, W. Savicki, P. Barbato, W. Unda, T. Burbridge, J. Deloughrey, Coach Mclnerney. 3rd row, 1. to r.: H. Thomas, G. O ' Neil, F. Gallo, R. Beaulieu, T. Allen, G. Homer, R. Hern, R. Benkart. CHEERLEADERS " Live a little; comfort a little; cheer thyself a little. CHEERLEADERS R. to 1.: M. Mone, captain, D. Gorman, H. Homer, E. Ward, A. Pappas, M. Clark, T. Angelos, M. Woodward, A. Fitzpatrick, G. Kovey. The cheerleaders, with their many cheers and songs, engendered great spirit at the football and basketball games during the 1955-56 season. Through rain, snow, or bitter cold the girls were always there cheer- ing their team on to victory. The group ' s orange and black uniforms were pur- chased with the profits from the activities sponsored by the group. One of the most successful activities this year was the competition held on December 9, 1955. Girls from many neighboring towns partici- pated and stayed to enjoy an evening of dancing. In order for the cheerleaders to achieve poise and coordination, they practiced during their summer va- cation. They have proved that this practice was worth while by displaying the victory cup they brought back from the Canton cheerleading competition. Captain, Marilyn Mone. Doris Corman. 50 JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS 1st row, 1. to r.: C. Altonen, E. York, J. Herron. 2nd row, 1. to r. : M. Carolan, J. Ellis, C. Dors. DRUM MAJORETTES ' Tor there are figures in all things. " Under the supervision of Mr. Jack Miller, the drum majorettes made many fine appearances on the football field this past season. The head majorettes, Fran Magee and Pat Mettler, led the girls to third-place in the Dedham competition. This was the second trophy they had won. The drum majorettes have participated in many town parades, one of them be- ing the Santa Claus Parade. The two head majorettes led the Armed Forces ' Day Parade and the Memorial Day Par- ade. The biggest parade in which both the band and majorettes participated was the Massachusetts Band Concert, which was held in Quincy. The present squad has trained six new girls to take the place of those gradu- ating. 1st row, 1. to r. : S. Starkowsky, C. Earley, F. Magee, P. Mettler, P. Forger, D. Holliday. 2nd row, 1. to r.: R. Doherty, R. Jones, B. Allen, J. Peterson. B. Allen Co-Captains F. Magee and P. Mettler C. Earley D. Holliday S. Starkowsky 51 L. Bishop and M. Mone H. Giannakoulis and C. Early GIRLS ' VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM 1st row, 1. to r. ; M. Mone, L. Bishop, H. Giannflkoulis. Caot, F. Macee. B. Holmes, B. Nicholas, Mgr. D. Dwver. 2nd row. I. to r. : J- Herron, D. Dalev. J. Vinrent. L. Giiinazzo, F. Cross. 3rd row, 1. to r. : J. McGarvey, R. Vincent, C. Dors, N. Klund, Capt. L. Kucinskas. 53 " In respect it is in the fields, it pleaseth well. " VARSITY BASKETBALL 1st row, 1. to r. : F. Jardine, J. Connors, P. Magee, R. Eserton, H. McCourt. 2nd row, 1. to r.: Mr. Gerardi, T. Cobb, J. Rogovitch, R. LeBlanc, R. Lyons, G. DeMone. 3rd row, I. to r.: H. Winship, R. Peck, J. Callahan, L. Gitto, J. Droback. Although the won and lost record for Stoughton High ' s basketball team was not the best in the Hockamock League, the Black Knights were one of the best teams in it. Led by Capt. Paul Magee and coached by Mr. Peter Gerardi, Stoughton had an aggressive and fast five. Seniors who formed the nucleus of the squad were Jack Connors, Buddy Jardine, Russ Egerton, Hank McCourt, Louis Gitto, Rosaire LeBlanc, Tom Cobb and Paul " Sutt " Magee. Other valuable members of the team included Joe Callahan, George DeMone, Lloyd Hickey, Bob Lyons, Harpo Rogovich, and last but not least, Joe Droback. In league competition, the Orange and Black finished third with seven wins and five losses, but this doesn ' t give justice to our team. The Knights dropped two heart- breakers to undefeated Oliver Ames by two points; one of these was in a sudden death period. The other three defeats were by respectable scores. The Gerardi five defeated Foxboro, Mansfield, and Randolph twice, and Canton once. After the regular season, the Black Knights participated in two tournaments, the South Shore and the Bay State. SCHEDULE Stoughton Opponents 52 Attleboro 61 59 Alumni 40 70 Canton 47 61 Mansfield 55 54 Oliver Ames 56 64 Sharon 72 62 Randolph 46 62 Foxboro 51 55 Canton 58 61 Mansfield 56 59 Oliver Ames 61 67 Sharon 78 56 Randolph 45 65 Foxboro 39 43 Hingham 49 59 Billerica 45 79 Marlboro 51 49 Concord 58 South Shore Tournament Bay State Tournament L. to r. : T. Cobb, H. McCourt, R. Egerton, Coach Gerardi, J. Connors, P. Magee, R. LeBlanc, F. Jardine, L. Gitto. 1st row, I. to r. : C. Earley, M. Mone, F. Magee, Capt.; L. Bishop, D. Gorman. 2nd row: D. Dwyer, Mgr.; J. McGarvey, E. Ward, O. Sousa, C. Murphy, N. Silva. GIRLS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL " This sport, well carried, shall be chronicled. " Under the capable leadership of their coach, Miss Anna DeSantis, this year ' s bas- ketball team soared to new heights of victory as they overpowered each of their challen- gers in turn. While the forwards " racked up " the points, the guards, led by Captain Fran Magee kept the opposition ' s scoring to a minimum. Olga Sousa finished the season with 138 points to win the high scoring title. She was followed by Marilyn Mone with 107 points, and Lorraine Bishop with 103 points. The skill of the entire team is shown by the perfect score below which they managed to maintain. S.H.S. S.H.S. S.H.S. S.H.S. S.H.S. S.H.S. S.H.S. S.H.S. SEASON ' S RECORD 39 North Easton 33 33 Sharon 25 47 North Easton 32 63 Braintree 41 40 Randolph 28 70 Braintree 47 42 Sharon 41 1 Randolph 0 (forfeit) " If thou dost play with them at any game, thou are sure to lose. " BOYS ' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 1st row, I. to r. : J. McLain, G. Walbridge, M. Sampson, J. Rad- villas, J. Wallace. 2nd row, 1. to r. : Coach Miller, R. Sharp, P. Car- rara, J. Webster, R. Martin. GIRLS ' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 1st row, 1. to r. : C. Dors, P. Nich- olas, S. Warner, A. Pappas. 2nd row, 1. to r.: B. Peterson, C. Gill, M. Gibbons, J. Herron. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1st row, 1. to r.: W. O ' Neil, W. O ' Brien, F. Shea, T. Caddell, P. Ramos, P. Callahan. 2nd row, 1. to r. : Coach Goldrick, J. DiFabio, C. Beless, J. DeLoughary, D. Lewis, W. Savicki, R. Larson, L. Cross, W. Sheehan, R. Beaulieau. 3rd row, 1. to r. : D. Palmer, L. Ledin, R. Farley, J. Lyons, J. Tracy, G. O ' Neill, R. Droback, J. Kilroy, M. Kovey. " We have had pastimes here and pleasant games. " BASEBALL TEAM 1st row, 1. to r. : W. Sampson, J Gambrazzio. 2nd row, 1. to r. : P Magee, P. Grigas, J. Callahan, J Connors, J. Connors, R. Egerton 3rd row, 1. to r. : K. Chute, H McCourt, F. Jardine, G. Demone T. Cobb, R. Fitzpatrick. FRESHMAN BASEBALL 1st row, 1. to r. : R. Martin, J. Wallace, A. Pires, J. Webster, D. Webster. 2nd row, 1. to r. : J. Macaluso, R. Barrett, J. Rogovich, A. Rodrigues. TRACK TEAM 1st row, 1. to r.: J. Callahan, L. Gitto, P. Grigas, P. Magee, Jim Connors, F. Jardine, G. DeMone, S. Gill. 2nd row, 1. to r.: E. Thomas, J. Buckley, R. Sissa, W. Magee, W. Freeman, R. Ceder- holm, G. Burke, T. Allen, L. Wal- lace. " She hath prosperous art. " or I am for whole volumes in folio. " " There ' s business in these faces. " The result of the long hours of hard but enjoyable work put in by this staff is be- fore you as you turn these pages. We humbly submit them for your judgment. We wish to thank Mr. D. Murphy, ad- visor; Mrs. V. Grammer; Mrs. D. Man- chester; Miss J. Mcintosh; Miss E. Mur- phy; Mr. J. Sinewitz and Mr. P. Willis for their helpful advice and aid. " They are the abstract and brief chronicles of the time. " Assistant Editor Editor-in-Chief Bill Hansen Ken Seymour Associate Editor Mary Hanrahan Art and Layout Staff L. Kucinskas — Editor P. Grigas E. York — Photo. Editor S. Starkowsky J. Crean R. Osborne F. Magee Literary Staff H. McCourt — Editor R. Magee D. Dwyer E. Bunavicz H. Holmes B. Holmes L. Gitto H. Winship D. Gorman M. Mone Clerical Staff D. O ' Neill — Editor C. Capozzoli R. Gaultier C. Peterson R. Turrell B. Roche P. Mettler D. Gorman Printing Staff R. Stewart P. Tracy P. Hickey Sales and Ads M. Hanrahan — Business Manager R. Egerton 63 Bramatic Club " An excellent play well digested in the scenes. ' " A good plot, and full of expectation, an ex- cellent plot. " The formation of the Dramatic Club, under the direction of Dr. WilHs N. Pitts, was a great stride in furthering the program of extra-curri- cular activities available to the students of Stoughton High School. The club offered to its members a chance to become acquainted with the inner workings of the theatre, and an op- portunity to develop their talents. During the Christmas season the members of the Dramatic Club, with the assistance of the Glee Club and Band, presented a pageant-drama in four scenes entitled The Other Wiseman from the story by Arthur Van Dyke. Staged in the form of an arena, a new theatre develop- ment, the play was a tremendous success. " Thou hast the right arched beauty of the brow that becomes th e ship-tire. " 64 1st row, 1. to r. : D. Kaslowsky, A. Gregory, K. Curry, A. Ray- mond, J. Zumas, C. Murphy, H. Homer, R. Eserton, D. Gorman, H. Martin, P. Forger, M. Mone, D. Dwyer, H. Giannakoulis, S. Starkowsky. 2nd row, 1. to r. : N. Klund, C. Forbes, M. Chute, J. Zampi, P. Regan, C. Grindle, L. Bishop, M. Rodrigues, V. Byrnes, E. Palayma, N. Rosen, P. Elliott. E. Ward, I. Perdigao, S. Chaet, D. Galvin, A. Pappas, J. Hall, D. Garvin, M. Nicholas; F. Magee. 3rd row, 1. to r. : R. Pratt, P. Grigas, J. Connors, W. Magee, F. Graves, A. Peterson, P. Ryan, K. Chute, P. Magee, W. Antulonis, G. DeMone, T. Callahan, T. Hallinan, H. Henzel, W. Sprague, R. Jasmin. R. Reis, A. Frizelle, J. LaCivita. 4th row, 1. to r. : C. Mayer, R. Gaultier, B. Holmes, R. Dohert ' , J. Cutcliffe, J. Lindelof B. Allen, J. Banks, A. Adams, D. Brew- ster, W. Robinson, C. Capozzoli, L. Hatch, B. Grace, R. Parent, J. Bachant. E. Gay, V. Adamo. 5th row, 1. to r. : E. Berggren, B. Nicholas, M. Woodward, C. Hooper, C. Coit, V. Borgeson, J. Gallo. tor our cause. THE CAST THE DREAMER Katherine Curry ARTABAN Robert Reis BEOR Alexander Adams TIGRANES William Antulonis ABGARUS George DeMone CYRUS Howard Martin AMOS Peter Ryan SARAH Davida Carvin HANNAH Bessie Nicholas ESTHER Betty Berggren CAPTAIN Wilton Sprague A WOMAN Carol Grindle A CHILD Margaret Nicholas TAMAR Margot Woodward " The play ' s the thing. " LEAH Barbara Grace ANNA Verna Borgeson A MERCHANT Kenneth Chute HIS WIFE Susan Chaet JUDITH Camella Capozzoli TWO SOLDIERS Robert Pratt James Connors 65 1st row, 1. to r. : E. York, M. Hanrahan, R. Gaultier, B. Holmes, S. Warner, H. Winship, D. Dwyer, D. Gorman, M. Woodward, L. Gitto. 2nd row, 1 .to r. : R. O ' Hare, D. Mc- Kusick, D. Perdigao, H. Homer, M. Hewson, K. Seymour, R. Gusciora, M. Rodrigues, B. Schaaf, J. Nardillo, M. Kovey. 3rd row, 1. to r.: C. Coit, L. Guinazzo, J. Frank, D. BrifiFet, R. Vincent, C. Gill, C. Fobes, C. Daley, J. Revnoff, C. Dono- emaptjore The able leadership of the editors and the energetic co-operation of the staff, under the guidance of Mr. Holt, produced some of the best Semaphores published by Stoughton High. The efforts of the entire staff increased circulation and interest in the newspaper. Many more pictures appeared in each issue and school news coverage broadened. During the year the business staff worked diligently to defray the cost of printing by soliciting many advertisements. It will take much effort by future Se- maphore staffs to surpass the quality of the four issues of 1955-56. ' Therefore fasten your ear on my advising. " " Then shall we be news-crammed " " Sell what you can. ' 66 " What ' s new then in your paper? " 1st row, 1. to r.: J. Oslin, J. Wood, J. Hood, R. Jasmin, C. Peterson, J. Connors, B. Nicholas, A. Pappas, J. Zampi, D. Smith. 2nd row, 1. to r. : J. Bennet, L. Egerton, R. Gaultier, J. Herron, J. Gay, C. Jordan, M. Nicholas, J. Shapiro, J. Bachant, J. Cutcliffe, J. Austin, J. Rodriguez. 3rd row, I. to r. : W. Glover, L. Gitto, G. Walbridge, W. Magee, J. Calla- han, P. Magee, J. Connors, L. Jaynes, R. Peck, P. Grigas, E. Owens, P. Tracy, L. Vigneaux. 4th row, 1. to r. : R. Gareri, L. Nardozzi, R. Farley, C. Beless, H. Churchill, E. Thomas, E. Burke, R. Webb, W. Robinson, F. Gallo, C. Homer, P. Calla- han, W. O ' Neil. tubent Council The Student Council, with the help of Mr. Daniel Donahue, advisor, continued to be one of the most active organizations in the school. In addition to con- ducting elections of class officers, the Council parti- cipated in many activities. Delegates were sent to the Cohasset convention and brought back much valuable information about exchanging foreign students at Stoughton. The annual Alumni Basketball Game and Dance sponsored by the Student Council on December 28th was a great success. Many Stoughton representa- tives attended the Student Council Convention held at the new Silver Springs High School, where they ex- changed ideas with students of other schools and en- joyed a fine dinner and dancing afterwards. The task of working on the last dance of the year, the Farewell Frolic, was also given to the Council. This dance was very successful and will be long-remembered by the Class of 1956. COMMITTEE OF 18 OFFICERS Carolyn Peterson, Vice-president; Robert Jasmin, Treasurer; James Connors, President; Bessie Nicholas, Secretary. " Draw near and list what with our council we have done. " 1st row, 1. to r.: S. Warner, M. Hampe, J. Standish, D. Gor- man, H. McCourt, L. Gitto, A. Gregory, D. Dwyer. 2nd row, 1. to r. : G. Kovey, C. Donovan, S. Overlan, A. Pappas, R. Vincent, S. Hepworth, E. Ward, R. Magee, C. Waal, M. Han- rahan, D. Perdigao, J. Chapman, M. Woodward. 3rd row, 1. to r. : J. McGarvey, E. Burke, W. Glover, H. Winship, E. York, R. Lyons, L. Jaynes, K. Seymour, W. Hansen, H. Churchill, S. Gill. The Stoughton Chapter of the National Honor Society has completed its third year under the leader- ship of Mrs. Dorothy Manchester, sponsor. Officers for the year were Henry McCourt, president; Doris Corman, vice-president; Judith Standish, secretary; and Louis Gitto, treasurer. Members were inducted twice during the year, associate members in October and active members in March. This year each member was given a copy of the constitution. Two money-making drives were sponsored by the group, a polio fund drive in memory of Robert Hallet and a cancer fund drive in memory of Judith Mitchell. Socially, a record hop featuring a Boston disc-jockey was held in May, and in June, the annual wienie roast and get-together signalled the end of the year ' s events. " That clear honor were purchased by the merit of the wearer! OFFICERS PRESIDENT H. McCourt VICE-PRESIDENT D. Corman SECRETARY J. Standish TREASURER L. Gitto BAND 1st row, 1. to r. : M. Gibbons, R. Bean, R. Bellay, J. Durborow, H. Henzel, G. Hurley, S. Smith. 2nd row, 1. to r.: J. McNamara, C. Peterson, C. Dors, R. Guenette, W. Savicki, J. Brown, R. Crowley, R. Gusciora, F. Stoddart. 3rd row, 1. to r. : J. Miller, B. Holmes, W. Unda, R. Perry, A. Winroth, R. Stewart, J. Banks, M. Kovey. GLEE CLUB 1st row, 1. to r.: J. Peterson, C. Grindle, L. Bishop, D. Holliday, A. Freeman, M. Mone, J. Zumas, M. Hewson, P. Forger, D. Dwyer, M. Shapiro, D. Gorman, C. Dors, P. Mettler, S. Chaet. 2nd row, 1. to r. : E. Rennie, B. Pentz, M. Chute, M. Gibbons, C. Rennie, J. Hall, C. Farley, D. Galvin, J. Oslin, R. Logan, M. Nicholas, F. Magee. C. Capozzoli, E. Gay. 3rd row, 1. to r. : B. Thibeault, D. Oslin, R. Tansey, S. Russell, T. Sullivan, P. Adamo, A. Logan, V. Adamo, R. Slaney, A. Moore, J. Austin, P. Standish, J. Gallo. 4th row, 1. to r. : R. Turell, J. Durborow, R. Gaultier, C. Marshall, J. Vigneaux, P. Tracy, F. Jardine, W. Power, R. Tarchara, H. Martin, C. Tracy, J. Frank, A. Wallace. " Wooing craftsmen with the craft of smiles. " SENIOR ARTS AND CRAFTS This activity for girls in grades nine through twelve was directed by Mr. Antonellis, Mr. McGeough and Mr. Sinewitz. Copper-tooling, wrought-iron work, and jewelry design were among their fine ac- complishments. A new venture for the club this year was the work in ceramics which proved to be an especially enjoyable branch of the arts. 1st row, 1. to r. : P. Sampson, M. Rodrigues, J. Nickerson, R. Peck, R. Overton, S. Kennedy, J. Storme. 2nd row, 1. to r. : B. Malt- by, C. Adams, M. Clark, S. Doyle, N. Rosen, J. Roberts, M. Stewart, M. Carolan, C. Tracy. 3rd row, 1. to r.: N. Silva, E. Berggren, K. Oster, J. Herron, N. Kramer, G. Holmes, M. Murphy, P. Standish. JUNIOR ARTS AND CRAFTS This activity for girls in grades seven and eight was under the guidance of Mr. Goldrick. The girls started work on simple wood- working projects such as book- ends, and progressed to more com- plicated work. 1st row, 1. to r. : B. Naphen, M. Farley, P. Ward, S. Weismann, J. Wood, J. Ellis, E. Arenburg, S. Leonard. 2nd row, 1. to r. : M. Revnoff, V. Satez, J. Connell, J. Pombo, S. Reis, J. Merrill, L. Eg- erton, C. Tripp, C. Nelson, E. Cabral, L. Jennings, N. Kosinski. 3rd row, I. to r. : E. Lucier, F. Sad- oski, J. Banker, M. Winroth, S. Benson, M. Brady, S. Woodward, S. Durkee, G. Mitchell, B. Heig- ham. 71 " The thunder of my cannon shall be heard. " SENIOR RIFLE CLUB Under the able direction of Mr. Dunphy, the Senior Rifle Club promised to be one of the finest organizations at Stoughton High. The club ' s main objective was the safe use of firearms and their proper care. New rifles which ar- rived at the end of last year were to be of good use to the club this year. The Stoughton High Rifle Club was certified by the National Association. 1st row, 1. to r. : P. Callahan, J. Guenette, E. Owens, R. Hatch, E. Crean, A. Lesberg, R. Shaw, T. Hallinan, P. Ryan, F. Biffin, R. Cederholm, W. Sheldon. 2nd row, 1. to r.: J. Hess, R. Wakefield, R. Tripp, D. Gerridge, L. Cross, C. Coflfee, W. Joyce, D. Crean, J. Shannahan, S. Zabloky, E. F. Shee- han, E. W. Sheehan, H. Coffee. 3rd row, 1. to r. : W. Yetman, P. Collins, J. O ' Neil, R. Moore, J. DeLaughrey, M. Grigas, W. Stan- kauskas, L. Audlee, M. Cornelius, A. Raggiani, E. Murphy. 4th row, 1. to r. : L. DeCosta, A. Sherman, T. Caddell, T. Hern, J. Lyons, F. Gallo, R. DeFabio, R. Darling, J. Burba, R. Kasinski, B. Russell. JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB In addition to the Senior Rifle Club, Mr. Dunphy also directed the Junior Rifle Club. The pur- pose of this club was to introduce the seventh and eighth grade stu- dents to the use of firearms and to stress the basic safety rules. 1st row, 1. to r. : A. Hudson, H. Deninger, T. Barder, F. Bater, N. Hickey, D. Chaplain, R. Bishop. 2nd row, 1. to r. : G. Kramer, R. Ferrera, G. Homer, S. Elliott, C. Bombhard, G. Allen, S. Rafalko, H. Hern, M. Previtt. 3rd row, 1. to r. : S. Chesworth, B. Holmes, A. Schwartz, V. Drago, J. Lindelof, R. Beless, R. Falandys. 72 IS ' The sciences that should be- come our country. ' SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB One of the many " X " period activities at Stoughton High School was the Senior Science Club. Its members met with their director, Mr. Knowles, each Wed- nesday to discuss laboratory tech- niques, to conduct experiments in biology, chemistry, physics, and electronics. Field trips, guest speakers, and science movies fur- ther occupied the interested mem- bers. 1st row, 1. to r. : H. Eggen, A. Otto, J. Adomaitis, W. Savicki, L. Melberg, R. Harper. 2nd row, 1. to r. : J. Finlay, J. Valutkevich, J. Tracy, Mr. Knowles, C. Berry, H. Churchill, E. Smith, T. Farley. JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB The Junior Science Club, un- der the direction of Miss Barbato, was composed of a group of sev- enth and eighth grade students. Miss Barbato endeavored to de- velop a scientific interest among the members by allowing them to conduct various scientific experi- ments. 1st row, 1. to r. : C. Storme, A. Clark, B. Naphen, J. Merrill, M. Harris, M. Smith. 2nd row, I. to r. : D. Fredericks, L. Ledin, F. Stoddard, D. Smith, R. Benson, J. Hayes, A. Peeler. 3rd row, 1. to r. : H. Hansen, R. Hess, K. Tracy, R. Sferrazza. 73 " The future comes apace. " CAREER FORUM The purpose in forming this committee at Stoughton High was to present to the students a pro- gram of interesting and impor- tant discussions on job opportuni- ties and on ways of furthering one ' s education. This group was ably directed by Mr. Albert Wil- liamson and Mrs. Dorothy Man- chester. The subject of the forums held during the year included teaching, aircraft employment, physical therapy, jobs in the build- ing trades, engineering, advertis- ing, selling, and careers in music. 1st row, 1. to r. : C. Murphy, S. Hepworth, H. Giannakoulis, D. Corman, J. Allen. 2nd row, 1. to r.: R. Vincent, S. Gill, J. Savino, H. Pechonis, H. McCourt, W. Glover, H. Churchill. " Where did you study all this goodly speech? " TOASTMASTER ' S This year ' s Toastmaster ' s Club, under the congenial direction of Mr. Vogel, highlighted its activi- ties by being the guests of the town Toastmaster ' s Club at the Stoughton Diner. The students were served a delicious dinner after which each spoke before the group. They also participated on the Senior Toastmaster ' s meeting and learned how to conduct their own meetings properly. 1st row, 1. to r. : M. Stewart, C. Waal, C. McNamara, D. Sullivan, C. Johnson, S. Chaet. 2nd row, 1. to r. : J. Chaskes, K. Coit, J. Cal- lahan, L. Jaynes, D. Hanifan, K. Overlan, V. Tucker. SQUARE DANCING " Thy steps no more than a delightful meas- ure or a dance. " One of the most popular and most enjoyable activities this year was the Square Dancing un- der the direction of Miss DeSantis and Mr. Mclnerney, with the assistance of Mr. Berry, Mr. Gerardi, Miss Healy, and Mrs. Horrigan. Pupils in grades seven through twelve were taught the basic steps in square dancing. DRILL TEAM " Here ' s a simple line of life. " Perhaps the best disciplined group in the school was the Girls ' Drill Team, under the able direction of Mr. Tassos P. Filledes, drillmaster. The members of the Drill Team were a study in perfect timing and coordination. " adds a precious seeing to the eye, " AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS The Audio-Visual Aids Club was a select group of students di- reaed by Mr. Leon Kahn. Mem- bers of the club learned to operate and maintain various recording and projection machines and aided teachers in using these devices. 1st row, 1. to r. : W. Kaslowski, J. La Civita, R. Chapman. 2nd row, 1. to r.: G. Champagne, R. Foster. AVIATION CLUB 1st row, 1. to r.: J. Hill, J. Hayes, J. Gill, W. Gill, W. Ka2lowsky, G. Smith, A. Clark, J. Caddell, J. Hallinan, J. LaCivita, G. Gibson, R. Gerrish, P. Barbate, T. Allen, R. Cerasulo. 2nd row, 1. to r. : I. Poole, R. Ricci, R. Kreher, A. Welton, K. Winroth, C. Johan- sen, J. Porter, J. Caddell, J. Dem- browski, W. Ring, A. Felos, J. Allen, W. Trepsas, R. Richardson, L. Thompson, R. Swonbech, R. Thompson. 3rd row, 1. to r. : R. Hern, G. Capozzoli, M. Elkay, P. Tracy, T. Phillips, J. Sullivan, G. O ' Neill, P. Wallen, D. Lewis, P. Dineen, J. Kilroy, P. DiFabio, J. Sherlock, C. Arenbury, J. Haves, D. Fredericks, R. Brown. 4th row, 1. to r. : R. Lepro, G. Campanario, C. Gill, R. White, L. Poch, C. Urciuoli, R. Bunn, W. Thomas, J. Sullivan, J. DeMone, W. O ' Neil, D. Banks, J. Campanario, E. Vieira. " Volumes that I prize . . . " LIBRARY ASSISTANTS The Library Assistant s were a service group composed of stu- dents who volunteered to under- take the responsibilities of librar- ians. Under the supervision of Miss Mabel Simmons, the assist- ants were trained in library pro- cedure and worked to help us en- joy our fine library. 1st row, I. to r.: P. Sampson, H. Holmes, P. Henderson, S. Star- kowsky, D. Kaslowsky. 2nd row, 1. to r.: K. Hudson, M. Rice, C. Marshall, S. Blye, J. Desmond, C. Berry, D. Smith, A. Freeman, C. McGrath, J. Cutcliffe, L. Hatch, S. Perry. 3rd row, 1. to r.: F. Hinds, N. Nye, A. Moore, P. O ' Connor, R. Freeman, A. Peeler, R. Drago, N. Mc Grath, T. Gon- salves, M. Diaz, A. Frietas. " Have a care of your enter- tainment. " PARTY FAVORS AND REFRESHMENTS The main objective of the Party Favors and Refreshments Club was to make use of available in- expensive materials to create fes- tive centerpieces and decorations which would be appropriate for various occasions. The group was directed by Mrs. Ryan, and the elected officers were Angela Pap- pas, Ann Raymond, and Carol Killroy. Dues collected during the year were used for a party held in June. 1st row, I. to r. : J. Roche, C. Cos- ta, A. Raymond, A. Pappas, J. Polillio. 2nd row, 1. to r. : D. McMann, K. Martin, P. White, M. Diaz. " Grace is grace despite all con- troversy. " PERSONALITY CLUB The Personality Club was under the supervision of Miss Kendrick. Girls in grades seven and eight enrolled in this club with the pur- pose of improvement and develop- ment of personality through dis- cussion of student problems, the value of good grooming and pro- per etiquette. 1st row, 1. to r.: J. Gay, M. Ab- ramson, J. McGarvey, J. Hinds, S. Perry, B. Urquhart. 2nd row, 1. to r. : J. Kemp, C. Strieter, J. Pombo, J. Hampe, E. Texeira, L. Hansen, A. McCarthy, S. Hope, A. Martins, 3rd row, 1. to r. : K. Nielson, R. Doyle, A. Taylor, C. Keefe, J. Doyle. 1 " Your helps ivere many. " JUNIOR RED CROSS The Junior Red Cross was sup- ervised by Miss Olga Nelson. Sending gift packages to less for- tunate children abroad, knitting afghans for veterans, and decor- ating candy treats for trays at the Veteran ' s Hospital were among the activities of this club which was composed of seventh and eighth grade girls. 1st row, 1. to r.: G. Bauer, M. Gerrig, P. Cugnale, C. French, V. Eggen, K. Henderson, E. Brown, and V. Bruce. 2nd row, 1. to r. : P. Correia, N. Parsons, G. Frost, C. Nelson, R. Miller, D. Smith, C. Brydon, J. Lindelof, P. O ' Con- nor, J. Brinson, S. Roach, V. Saetz, J. Churchill, S. Byron, N. Brown. 3rd row, 1. to r. : G. Farley, A. Roxburgh, J. Martinkus, J. Bolli- var, C. Bradley, R. Berkowitz, B. Cabral, R. Ventura, A. Natsis, A. CONGRATULATIONS and Best of Luck to The Class of 1956 from Your High School P.T.A. As you enter a new phase of life, put your whole self into whatever you do and you will be a success. Believe it can be done and with the help of God you can do it. ViLHELM F. 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FRANCIS KENNEY 9 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of JOE DEVITO Compliments of VERA ' S BEAUTY SHOP — For an appointment call — FI 4-3040 Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1956 NORFOLK COUNTY TRUST COMPANY Twenty-one Convenient Offices Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Capital $2,220,000.00 Surplus $1,800,000.00 95 BEST OF LUCK from the CLASS OF 1958 Compliments of Joe Unda Operating UNDA ' S TAXI SERVICE Compliments of M M VARIETY STORE 100 PERRY STREET Tel. FI 4-2203 Compliments of STOUGHTON POST No. 89, INC. AMERICAN LEGION Compliments of COLONIAL HARDWARE Compliments of 1. L. KOVEY, POULTRY Compliments of CLARK AUTO SCHOOL 112 STOUGHTON STREET STOUGHTON FI 4-4261 Compliments of LLOYD ANIMAL HOSPITAL Compliments of DYKEMAN ELECTRIC CO. 24 WYNAN STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. T. FORREST VANSTON Agent for AVON COAL OIL COMPANY Compliments of WINSLOW ' S EXPRESS GLORIA Hairstylist 161 PLEASANT STREET FI 4-9702 Compliments of IVALDI MOTORS CANTON, MASS. 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Compliments of Stretch Satch ' Spots Bay Paddie Judy KENNEDY " MANUFACTURING STUDIO IN THE PINES CORPORATION Art Lessons 497 SCHOOL STREET STOUGHTON Compliments of the INDEPENDENT LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of LASHUA PORTABLE LIGHTING INC. Fleldbrook 4-3922 594 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON Compliments of JOHN M. " Johnnie " MONE " The Forward Look Cars " DODGE - PLYMOUTH MONE ' S, INC. TAUNTON, MASS. Tel. FI 4-2373 Taunton 4-5868 SHARON BOX CO., INC. Established 1856 SHARON, MASS. Our 100th Year Compliments of BOMHARD BROS. 582 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON EASTERN WINDOW MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. 1536 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. FI 4-2712 Compliments of WESSONS ' S HARDWARE JANE AND JIM WESSON Compliments of WALSH ' S ICE CREAM A L CONSTRUCTION CO. Builders STOUGHTON, MASS. Tel. FI 4-3944 - 4-2159 100 BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1956 STOUGHTON LIONS CLUB COUNTRY MAID DOUGHNUT SHOP Home of Quality Made Doughnuts ROUTE 138 CANTON, MASS. Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of POLILLIO BROS. INC. General Contractors STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of THERIAULT BROS. PAINTERS and DECORATORS TURNPIKE MOTOR SALES Anthony Gaultier Opposite 400 Club — Route 138 EASTON, MASS. Tel. 545 Used Cars Bought — Sold — Traded Compliments of NORFOLK LUMBER INC. Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1956 WINSHIP DRUG OCEAN BLUFF, MASS. HENRY W. WINSHIP, Jr. Registered Pharmacist Compliments of BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABS STOUGHTON, MASS. 101 Complhnents of M. J. DOCKERY SON Funeral Directors Established 1897 CANTON Compliments of DINO BUICK CO. " Best Buick Yet " We Service All Makes 346 WASHINGTON STREET FI 4-4567 RUGGIERO ' S SERVICE STATION Texaco Products 931 WASHINGTON STREET tliank our aJ ' ertisers and patrons. THE CLASS OF 1956 atrons Mr. Mrs. Joseph Adamo Mr. Mrs. William Allen Miss Dolores Altieri Jean M. 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Connors Mr. Mrs. Russell Coogan, Jr. Jean Corman 102 ' at tons Mr. Harold Gorman Mrs. Harold Corman Fred Cournoyer John Cowgill Mr. Mrs. Arthur Crogan Miss Catherine Crovo Mr. Mrs. Arthur Cullen Mr. Mrs. Terrence Cunningham Mr. Mrs. Edmund L. Daley Mr. Mrs. John Danahy Mr. Mrs. Joseph Danahy Mr. Mrs. Charles Davidaitis Mr. Mrs. John DePaul Miss Anna DeSantis Mr. Mrs. Anthony DiCastro J. Mickey R. DiCastro Dick, Joe, Paul Louis DiCorpo Mr. Mrs. Joseph DiNolo Mr. Mrs. Paul DiNolo Mr. Mrs. Salvatore DiNolo Mr. Mrs. Paul R. Doherty Mr. Mrs. Daniel R. Donahue Miss Christine Donovan Thomas Donovan Mr. Mrs. Paul V. Doody Dot Butch Dot Shirley Gordon Douglass Miss Nora Downing Mr. Mrs. William Doyle Mr. Mrs. Donald Drew Duke Mr. Mrs. E. A. Durborow Mr. Mrs. John Dwyer A. H. Dykeman Mr. Mrs. Thomas F. Earley Edie Lou Linda Shirley Egerton Mr. Mrs. George E. Eichorn Eleanor Billy Ray Emerson A Friend Evelyn Al Mr. Mrs. Charles Fahey Faith Howie Mr. Mrs. Aaron Fink Flab Mr. Mrs. John Forger Frank Chick, Ray Cathy Arthur Madeline Frank Fred Nancy The Freeman Family Richard R. Freeman William Freeman Mr. Mrs. Joseph Gallo Family James Garland Mr. Mrs. Arthur Gay Mr. Mrs. Lemuel W. Gay Mr. Mrs. Lloyd E. Gay Mr. Mrs. Norman Gay Mr. Mrs. A. C. Geiger John J. Gennaco Gertie and Clem Mrs. Anna Giannakoulis John Giannakoulis J. C. Gillis Family Frances Gitto Mr. Mrs. Frank Gitto Mr. Mrs. John Gomes Mr. Mrs. Bruce Grindle Mr. c Mrs. Stuart Gurney Edgar F. Hall Miss Baraba Halloran Mary Hanrahan Mr. Mrs. Fred Hill Mr. Mrs. R. Holliday William Holmes Mr. John Holt Mr. Mrs.George Homer Mr. Mrs. John F. Hurley Mr. Mrs. Stanley Jablonski Jack Fran Janice Eddie Mr. Mrs. William Jardin Mr. Mrs. W ilfred Jeflferson Joe Tony Mr. Mrs. Paul Johnson Philip Johnson Warren Johnson Judy Jimmy Judy, Pat, Carolyn Judy Tudie Julie Joe kay Ray, Seder Skipper Mr. Mrs. C. J. Keller Mr. Mrs. Alfred J. Kemp Miss Audrey Kendrick The Kimtis Family Mr. Mrs. John Klund Family Mr. Mrs. Carl G. Larson Edward Knowles Mr. Mrs. Rudolph Krona Mr. Mrs. Edwin La Civita The Laugton Family Mr. Mrs. Noble Lapworth Mr. Mrs. Carl G. L?rson Miss Rita Lavallee Mr. Mrs. Rosarie LeBlanc Mr. Mrs. William Lloyd Louie Elaine Mr. Mrs. Millard Lowe Mr. Mrs. Charles Lucas Mr. Mrs. Thomas Lucet Robert L. Lynch Mr. John T. MacDonald Frederick L. Magee, Sr. Mr. Mrs. Herbert Magee Alice L Magee Miss Madelon Magee Mr. Mrs. Roy W. Malcolm Mr. Mrs. Robert E. Maloney Dominic Maraglia Mr. Mrs. Frank Marquis 103
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