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

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STO-TONIAN JXu£4 6m iU A - h - HcJik i STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY « 5 ' 0UULA O Caul Zhe Sto- Zon ' m Presented by Zhe Class of J 958 Stougkton Migh School StoughtoH, Massachusetts e c a t I 0 H We, the class of 1958, gratefully dedicate our year- book to you, Mr. Carlton Cormier, in appreciation for the fine assistance you have given us and the concern you have shown in preparing this yearbook. We hope that in the future God ' s blessings will always be with you. f Prologue The time is drawing negx- ' When we se our books on this chapter of our Hves and turr etfr eyes toward the future and what it holds for us. We have come .a Tong way since that day six years ago when we opened the pages pn ' the final chapter of our glorious high school years. During these six " years we have grown in stature, in academic knowledge, and in the social graces. Besides gaining a broader knowledge of the " 3 R ' s, " we hope that we have learned many of the lessons that will reflect the high standards of our high school, our administrat gt our faculty, and our student body. The most important chapter in our book of learntiig dealt with co- operating with each other. In this regard we, as a class, have had our share of problems and disagreements. Today, we hope any differences we may have had are long since forgotten and will be effaced even from the dusty facts of history. Zable of Contents Admimstrntm and faculty SCHOOL COMMITTEE— Le to right: Edmund L. Daley, David M. Benjamin, Robert J. Buckley, Secretary; Appleton C. Woodward, M. D., Chairman; A. Leonard Anderson, Joseph H. Gibbons, Superintendent. This is a momentous graduation year, when the world is poised on the brink of an era of space travel, atomic energy, and unexplored realms of research; it will be remem- bered as a year of Sputniks and awakenings. It is a year of challenge to the youth of our country, a time to choose between complacency and hard work. During your school years it has been proven many times that there is no subsitute for hard work nor is it without its rewards. The future is yours, no longer as a ready made jewel but as a rough gem to be dug out by your own labors; it belongs to the men and women who are ready to labor with purpose and perseverance. The School Committee wishes you all success in your undertakings with a sincere hope that your years at S.H.S. will be a firm reminder of the better things in life, which can be yours. APPLETON C. WOODWARD, M.D., Chairman Stoughton School Committee To the a Our schools have endeavored to develop bur talents and abili sincerely hope diat you are able to take youn|bces in society as importaxMib of ' self-disdpline in our democratii H| y cannot be c frustration of creative and leadership abilitiesHjRne individual. 7 destruction of society. You must seek out constlmy a middle ground in which your talents and abilities can be made o flourish. As future citizens you have a responsibility to put proper value on Your dvic responsibility will demand of you the exerdse of critical .judgment, citizenship, discipline and scholarship. Your dvic responsibility will demand of v(ii the exerdse of critical Judgment, tolerance, law observance and devotion to democracy. Never become indilferent to your responsibilioes for maintaining our freedom. tes of Stou ton High Sdiool, I sodally responsible dtizens. The Too much restraint can cause the restraint can be responsible for the ch sodety ' s interests are protected and You are entering a world faced widi the threat of tfrranny, with destruction by weapons whidi have outrun reason, widi a whole new pattern of world and domestic problems in political, sodal and economic affairs. You must be ready to play your role as a good dtizen. The tedmological revolution has significantly modified the func- tions of the American family and mmiified the whole pattern of lesiure time and recreation. The pattern of a woricer ' s life has changed profoundly with respect both to skills and to occupation. This is today ' s world — a world in which you will live and should putidpate in actively as a dtizen. As Superintendent of Schoob, I extend my personal congratuk ons to each and every member of the Oass of 1958, and commend you for your personal achievements during your school years. My best wishes to all of you in the years ahead, may you continue to be a cnsdit to yourselves, your parents and your school. JOSEPH H. GIBBONS Superintendent of School To the Class of ' 58 I extend my personal wish for a future of unlimited opportunity and rewarded effort. With your own talents may you reach forward to shape your own lives in a manner which will be a credit to you and a benefit to your fellow man. The lessons of high school have been many, but none have been more important than those associated with the responsible exercise of freedom. The extent to which you have learned the lessons of " freedom with responsibility " will be apparent in the conduct of your daily lives — the manner in which you approach your future studies, perform your jobs, and exercise the privilege of membership in a democratic society. It is my hope that as you continue to seek freedom in your daily lives you may realize that the real foundation of personal freedom is the pursuit of truth through knowledge and the exercise of discipline by internal restraint rather than external control. Then may you remain free to enjoy the fruits of your own labors. 8 To the Class of 1958: This nation of ours will endure only as long as an intelligent and educated citizenry exists to develop and perpetuate the " American way of life. " In the immediate future many of you will take on the full time responsibilities of your chosen vocation. Do not become so engrossed in earning a living that you overlook all the other aspects of community life. I cannot emphasize strongly enough the need for young people to participate in their local civic or- ganizations. Time does not stand still and soon your generation will have to assume the burden of leadership and de- cision. I have not the slightest doubt that you will ac- cept this challenge and carry on in the splendid tra- dition that is to be found in our democratic way of life. I extend my best wishes to each and every one for your future success and happiness. ARTHUR L. PENARDI Assistant Principal To The Class of 1958: Graduation from Stoughton High School is necessarily a time of mixed feelings. It is a happy occasion because of the goal achieved, yet it may cause feelings of sad- ness at the loss of daily contact with good friends among the student body and faculty. It is a time to be proud because of the accomplish- ments effected by you during your years at Stoughton High School but it is also a time to be concerned at the responsibilities which you now must assume as you approach adulthood. Graduation represents years of faithful discharge of the responsibilities of a student. It also represents the threshold of a new job, a bigger job. The attitudes and characteristics acquired at Stough- ton High School wjll provide you with direction and motivation. The skill and knowledge acquired will be your tools and material. Best wishes for success ! ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON Director of Guidance 9 Smutive Committee Sealed: J n Austin, Inda Johnson, Granville X ' albridge, Sally Russell, John Shannahan, Elizabeth Miller. Standing: Miss Mcintosh (Class Advisor); Jay Webster, Lucia Carolan, Helen Homer, Paul Collins, Peter Ryan, Fred Graves, Rosalie Vincent, Carolyn Fobes, and David Sullivan. on CAROL ANN ADAMS " Carol " Knowledge is a treas- ure, but practice is the key to it. Favorite Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Pasting: Playing rec- ords Ambition: High school teacher Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Concessions 4, Student Gym Leader 4, Library Assistant 1, American Legion Essay Contest 1, 3, Class Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Debate Team 4, Drill Team 1, Metal Club 2, Knitting Club 1, Girls ' Field Hockey 2, 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 3. JAMES MICHAEL ADOMAITIS " Big Jim ' Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personality. Favorite Song: " Mo- ments to Remember " Pastime: Sports Ambition: To be suc- cessful Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Senior Sci- ence Club 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Basketball 1, JV Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4. JEAN AUDREY AUSTIN " Jeanie " " She moves like a feather borne on the breeze. " Favorite Song: " Stardust " Pastime: " Tommy " Ambition: Airline Stew- ardess Glee Club 2, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Ring Committee 3, Executive Committee 3, 4, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Gym Demon- stration 1, Dramatic Club 4, Concessions 4. JAMES BARBER " Hadjia " A quiet exterior conceals much. Favorite Song: " Stardust " Pastime: Playing basket- ball Ambition: Live a success- ful life Spaghetti Supper 4, Year- book 4, Dancing Classes 1, Senior Boys ' Glee Club 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Golf 4. RAYMOND GERALD BARRA " Jed " What care I, let the world slide by. Favorite Song: " My One and Only Love " Pastime: Being with " Poop " Ambition: Landscape artist Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Concessions 4, Dance Committee 4, Glee Club 4, Fish and Game 1, Auto Club 3, Square Dancing 1,2. ELIZABETH MARY BARRETT " Betty " A good heart is better than all the heads in the uorld. Ambition: Beautician Favorite Song: " My One Sin " Pastime: Dancing Cafe 2, 4, Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Rose Song 2, Dance Committee 2, Leather Craft 3, Square Danc- ing 2, Knitting Club 1. PATRICIA ANN BARRETT " Pat " There is ii nnijesty in simplicily which is aboie the quaintness of wit. F.irorite Song: " Ivy Rose " P.istime: Dancing Ambition: Secretary Yearbook 4, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Square Dancing 1, Knitting Club 1, Rose Song 2, Graduation Usherette 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom 3- JOHN DAVID BENNETT " Johnny " (Entered Junior Year) He is but a mystery to us Ml. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Bowling Ambition: Business Ad- ministrator Intramural Basketball 3, Varsity Football 3. FREDERICK BIFFIN " Biff " Hard to know, but well worth knowing. Fai ' orite Song: " On the Sunny Side of the Street " Pastime: Working on cars Ambition: To become a good mechanic Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Intramural Basketball 2. FRANK C. BLANCHARD " Casey " Actions speak louder than words. Faror te Song: " Could This Be " Pastime: Cars Ambition: Teacher of Me- chanics Spaghetti Supper 4, Rifle Club 2, Cooking Club 1. Intramural Basketball 2, Freshman Basketball 2. WILLIAM E. BOLDUC " Bill " V( hen my studies get too deep, then I lay me down to sleep. Favorite Song. " I ' ll Walk Alone " Pastime: Cars, drags, and girls Ambition: To be a me- chanic, a success, and a custom designer Baseball 1. CHARLES BROWN " Peanuts " Happy am 1; from care I ' m free. Why aren ' t they all content like me? Favorite Song: " So Long " Pastime: Girls Ambition: Millionaire Spaghetti Supper 4, Concessions 4, Year- book 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 1, 2. 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, Auto Club 3, Track 1. JAMES E. BROWN " Butch " Anything jor a laugh. Faiorite Song: " Blue Monday " Fai ' oriie Pastnne: Danc- ing Ambition: State Troop- er Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 3, Concessions 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Christmas Dance 4, Ring Committee 3, Glee Club (President) 4; Band 1, 2, Dancing 4, Auto Club 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, Radio Club 1, Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2. BARBARA JOAN BRUCE " Poop " Most obliging she ii always found. Favorite Song: " My One And Only Love. " Pastime: Being with " Jed " Ambition: Beautician Cafe 2, 3, 4, Rose Song 2, Arts and Crafts 3, Knitting Club 1, Dance Class 2. A iiitiiiiiiiii iiiigi. THOMAS BRYAN " Tom " laughter were a crime, a master criminal he would be. Faiorite Song: " Stardust " Pastime: Basketball Ambition: To be a poli- itcian Spaghetti Supper 4, Gym Leader 4, Dance Commit- tee 4, Senior Boys ' Glee Club 4, Dancing 3, 4, Band 2, Intramural Bas- ketball 3. RICHARD P. BUCKLEY " Buck " IFA}- take life seriously, you never get out alive. Favorite Song: " White Christmas " Pastime: Working on cars Ambition: To enjoy life Spaghetti Supper 4, Con- cessions 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Com- mittee 4, Glee Club 4, Auto Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2. ELEANOR JOYCE BUNAVICZ " Ele " And what she thought, she nobly did. Favorite Song: " You Send Me " Pastime: Dancing Ambition: Laboratory Worker Glee Club 1, Cafe 4, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Athletic Ban- quet Waitress 2, Sem- aphore 1, Arts and Crafts 3. Knitting Club 1. GEORGE CAGGIANO " Gauge " Life is but a thought. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Work Ambition: Work Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Year- book 4, Auto Club 3. Industrial Arts Club 4. LUCIA CAROLAN " Lulu " I} " is I he J, lit of con- versation. Fjionie Song: " String of Pearls " Pjslime: Sewing Ambition: Home econ- omics teacher Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 1, 3, Drill Team 2, 4, Rose Song 2, Gym Exhibi- tion 1, 2, Square Danc- ing 2, 3, Executive Committee 4, Prom Committee 3, Ring Committee 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Tennis 2. Archery 3, American Legion Essay Contest 1, Student Gym Leader 4, Yearbook 4. PATRICK HENRY CARRARA, JR. " Pat " t ilk. I Ltugh. and when it ' s necessary I study. Favorite Song: " Melody of Love " Pastime: Hunting and fishing Ambition: Engineer Yearbook 4, Paper Drive 4, Shop Helper 3, 4, Dance Class 1, 2, Industrial Arts Award 2, Dance Committee 1. 2. 4, Rifle Club 2, Radio Club 1. 3. 4. Baseball 4. Intramural Basketball 1. JEROME CHASKES " Jerry " Why should I spare words ■ they cost noth- ing. Favorite Song: Theme from " Threepenny Opera " Pastime: Being with my friends Ambition: To go to West Point Yearbook 4, Paper Drive 4, Audio-ViSual Aids Assistant 3, 4, In- dustrial Arts Award 2, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Toastmasters Club 2, 3. 4, JV Foot- ball 3, Intrainural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN LITTLE RADVILAS " Rebel " (Entered Senior Year) An athlete on the field, a sport at heart. Favorite Song: " Dixie " Pastime: Sports Ambition: To retire at an early age. Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Dance Commit- tee 4. SUSAN ARLENE CHAET " Sue " The reward of a thing well done is to have it done. Favorite Song: " Moonlight Serenade " Pastime: Music and danc- ing Ambition: TV Studio cos- metologist Usherette 3, Concessions 4, Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Class Song 4, Executive Committee 2, 3, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Semaphore Typist 4, Toastmasters 2, Dance Class 3, Senior Arts and Crafts 3, Square Dancing 2, Gym Exhibition 1. HOWARD ARTHUR CHURCHILL " Howie " Style is the dress of the thoughts. Favorite Song: " Tam- my " Pastime: " Jan " Ambition: Minister Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 2, Convention Del. 2. Career Forum 2. 3. 4, Gym Exhibi- tion 2, 3, Paper Drive 4, Gym Assistant 2, Honor Society 2, Toast- masters 3. Student Council Dance 2, De- bate Team 4, Science Club 2, Fish and Game 1, Track 1, 2. 4. Intra- mural Track 2, Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3. 4. MARCIA CHUTE " Marcia " Life is not worth liv- ing without some de- light. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Dancing Ambition: Secretary Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Waitress at Athletic Banquet 1, 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 1, Square Dancing 1, 2, Field Hockey 3, Basketball 2. MARY CLARK " Mary " She s independent, her own master. Favorite Song: " Au- tumn Leaves " Pastime: Looking for Harry Ambition: To graduate Spaghetti Supper 4, Kick Off Dance 2, 3, 4, Arts and Crafts 2, Dancing 3, Cheerlead- ing 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3. ROBERT CLARK " Clarkie " There s nothing like getting all the fun you can out of life. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Sports Ambition: To succeed Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Indus- trial Arts 3, Dance Committee 4, Industrial Arts Club 4, Intramu- ral Basketball 1. FRANCIS P. COLLINS " Hank " Anything for a quiet life. Favorite Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Pastime: Cars Ambition: To join the Marines Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. JOHN R. COLLINS " John " like work: it fascin- ates vre. I could sit and look at it for hours. Favorite Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Pastime: Working on cars Ambition: Jet mechan- ic Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Dance Class 2, 3, Concessions 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Dance Com- mittee 4, Glee Club 4, Industrial Arts 3. 4, Arts Club 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2. PAUL JOSEPH COLLINS " Paul " Always will ng to do his share. happy-go- lucky without a care. Favorite Song: " Little Brown Jug " Pastime: Dancing Ambition: Disc jockey Yearbook 4. Chairman Spaghetti Supper 4, Pa- per Drive 4, Conces- sions 4, Executive Com- mittee 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Dance Com- mittee 1. 2. 3, 4, Glte Club 4, Auto Club 3, Rifle Club I, 2, Radio Club 1, Dancing Club 3. 4, Freshman Basket- ball Manager, Intra- mural Basketball 1. 2. Gl-ORGF. CORBETT " Gid e " Lciug j iig tiiid loi iig through life he goes, r.iioil c Soi!»: " Star- dust " P. U »u: Working on ca rs Aiiihilion: To be like Tom Bryan Spaghetti Supper 4, Concessions 4, Typing 2, Senior Glee Club 4. Auto Club 3. CATHERINE COSTA " Cathy " Good nature and good sei. ' fe are her coiiijhin- iijii f. I ' aiorile Song: " Onlv You " Pastime: Drinking Coke and playing records {iiihition: Sociologist Spaghetti Supper 4, Yearbook 4, Conces- sions 4, Usherette 3, Junior Prom 3. Rose Song 2. Dance Com- mittee 1, 2. Dramatic Club 4, Glee Club 1. 2. 4, Party Club 2. EDWIN ALBERT CREAN " Buzzy ' Full of fun and fancy free, that ' s the only life for lie. Faioi te Song: " Ready Teddy " PaU:me: Thinking Ambition: To be suc- cessful Spaghetti Supper 4, Stu- dent Gym Leader 1, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 1. 2, Band 1, 2, Junior Prom 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, Glee Club 1, Aviation Club 1, Fish and Game 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 3. 4, Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Track 2. NORMAN L. CUNNINGHAM " Norm " Laughter mixed with serious stuff. Favorite Song: " Sin- cerely " Pastime: Cars and Ra- dio Ambition: Attend ra- dio school Glee Club 4. Industrial Arts 3, 4, Auto Club 3. Audio Club. JOANNE MARIE CUTCLIFFE " Squeakie " Silence is golden, hut let ' s talk anyway. Favorite Song: " Heav- en on Earth " Pastime: " Jimmy " Ambition: Pri ate sec- retary Dance Class 1, 2, t. Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 2, Stu- dent Council Conven- tion Delegate 2, Rose Song 2, Drill Team 1. 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, Library Assistant 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Glee Club 1, Knit- ting Club 1, Typing Club 2, Softball 2. CAROL ANN DALEY " Carol " A gay spirit, yet a strong uill to accom- plish. Favorite Song: " Mood Indigo " Pastime: Keeping busy Ambition: Registered Nurse Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4. Rose Song 2, Student Leader 3. 4, Girls ' State 3. Honor Society 3. 4, Commun- ity Council 2. 3. 4. Gym Demonstration 1, 2, Dance Committee 1. 2, 3, 4, Prom Commit- tee 3, Concessions 4, American Legion Essay Contest 1. 3, Sema- phore 1, 2, 3. 4 (Ex- change Editor 2, Ed- itor-in-Chief 3, 4). Glee Club 1, Women ' s Club Delegate 4. DOROTHY MARIE DASHNER " Dottie " Little packages often hold rare gems. . (Entered Sophomore Year) Favorite Song: " In the Mood " Pastime: Taking care of someone special (R.C.) Ambition: Secretary Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Junior Prom Committee 3. EDWIN KENNETH DAVIS, JR. " Eddie " Laughter in his eyes all the day through. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Golf Ambition: Be successful Spaghetti Supper 4, Yearbook 4, Paper Drive 4, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, Baseball 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. SUZANNE DEPAUL " Mousie " It ' s better to be small and shine, than to be big and cast a shadow. Favorite Song: " True Love " Pastime: " Carlie " Ambition: Hairdresser Student Council 1, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 3, JV Field Hockey 3. CAROL ANN DONOVAN " Dunnie ' all her smiles were gold she ' d have a store of wealth untold. Favorite Song: " Melody of Love " Pastime: Having fun Ambition: A successful nurse (a married one) Spaghetti Supper 4, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Rose Song 2, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, Jun- ior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Square Dancing 1, Ath- letic Banquet Waitress 1, 2, Semaphore 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Debate Team 4, Field Hockey 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 3, Tennis 1, 2. DONALD RICHMOND ELIASON " Don " (Entered Senior Year) Cheerful company shortens the miles. Favorite Song: " Deep Purple " Pastime: Digging my way through a night- mare of homework Ambition: Engineer Yearbook 4. VIRGINIA ROSE FELLOWS " Ginny " You don ' t have to be nosy to have it known you ' re around. Favorite Song: " If I Could Be With You " Pastime: Dancing and Skating Ambition: Secretar) ' Spaghetti Supper 4, Gym Exhibition 1, Dance Class 1, 3. Year- book 4, Athletic Ban- quet X aitress 2, Super- intendent Banquet Waitress 2, Junior Prt)m Committee 3. Dance Committee 2. 3. Glee Club 4. ■■Mo- Remember " CAROLYN ALICE FOBES " Fobsie " Neatness is the crouii- ing glory of wonictii- hood. F.norite Song ments to Past me: " Roy " Ambition: Hairdresser Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4, Spaghett Supper 4, Rose Song 2 Dance Committee 1, 2 3, 4, Junior Prom Com mittee 3, Ring Commit tee 3, Executive Com mittee 1. 4, Junior Prom Usherette 2, Graduation Usherette 3, Semaphore 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 3. WILLIAM LESTER FORS ' ■Biir Don ' t judge by the sur- face this quiet boy. Fdiorite Song: " Short Fat Fannie ' P.istime: Loafing Ambition: To become a cook Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4. Con- cessions 4, Yearbook 4, Dance Committee 1, 2, Chefs ' Club 3, 4. Radio Club 2, Junior Varsity Football 3. ANNA MAY FREEMAN " Anna May " The only way to have a friend is to be one. Favorite Song: ' ■Rainbow " Pauitne: " Larry " Ambition: To work in a travel agency Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Student Gym Leader 1, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, Dramatic Club 1. Glee Club 4. ALFRED AYERS FRIZELLE " Al " His business is pleasure: his work is play. Favorite Song: " Stardust " Pastime: Standing by the drug store watching all the girls go by Ambition: Be a salesman Yearbook 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 3. ROBERT W. GAY " Bob " . He has a nature both quiet and pleasing. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Taking out girls Ambition: Be a me- chanic Radio Club 1, Rifle Club 2, Auto Club 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 1. DONALD GERRIDGE " Don " Be silent and safe; si- lence never betrays you. Favorite Song: " Deep Purple " Pastime: Cars Ambition: To be suc- cessful Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 2. Senior Mens Glee Club 4, Baseball 1 . WILLIAM JOHN GLOVER, JR. " Bill " To have u ' isdom and be the leader is iruly ac- knowledged. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: midnight oil Burning the Ambition: engineer Yearbook Council 2 To be a civ il 4, Student 3, Student Council Convention 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, (Treasurer 3. President 4), Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Banquet 3, Boys ' State 3, Dance Class 1, Career Forum 2, 3, 4, Fish and Game Club 1, Auto Club 3. MARY ELIZABETH GRANEY " Mary " Silence is a fence around wisdom. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: The gang Ambition: Engineer (Drafting) Spaghetti Supper 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Daisey Chain 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3. LILLIAN MARIE GUINAZZO " Sunnie ' 7 the shoe fits, wear it. Favorite Song: " Au- tumn Leaves " Pastitne: Smiling Ambition: Nurse Varsity Field Hockey 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, JV Basketball 1, 2, Var- sity Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Yearbook 4, (Co-Editor of Girls ' Sports), Spa- ghetti Supper 4, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Rose Song 2, Graduation Usherette 3. Gym Ex- hibition 1, 2, Student Leader 4, Square Danc- ing 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Prom Refreshment Chairman 3, Senior Glee Club 4, (Presi- dent), Dramatic Club 3, 4, Semaphore »1, 2, 3, 4, (Girls ' Sports Editor 3, 4). THERESA MARY GONSALVES " Theresa " A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. Favorite Song: " Young Love " Pastime: Being good Ambition: Secretary Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Gym Exhibi- tion 1, 2, Square Danc- ing 1, 2, 4. JOHN GUENETTE " Johnny " He proved so brave and daring. Favorite Song: " Swing- ing Shepherd Blues " Pastime: Motorcycles Ambition: To be a suc- cess Band 1, 2, Rifle Club 3, Football 1. FREDERICK G. GRAVES ' Gerry ' Be my fr eild .old I ' ll he )r iii t. F.iitiiiU Seng: " Goody Goody " Pjstiint: Athletics Ambition: Entertainer Executive Committee •), Dramatic Club 2. 3, -4, Toastmasters Club 2. 3, 4. Track 2. 5. i. Intramural Basketball 2. I. MARTHA ELEANOR HAMPE " Martha " S.!)r ig little, thinking much. F.iiorite Song: " My Special Angel " P.islime: Walter Ambition: Foreign lan- guage secretary Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Rose Song 2, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, Banquet Waitress 1, 2, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, American Legion Essay Award 2, Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4. DONALD MURRAY HANIFAN " Don " With his wit he shall never know sadness. Favorite Song: " Now Is the Hour " Past me: Sports Ambition: To be a suc- cess in life Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper. Drive 4, Conces- sions 4, Gym Assist- ant 2, 3. Gym Exhibi- tion 3. Dance Commit- tee 2, 3, 4. Toastmas- ters 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4. Intramural Bas- ketball 2. DAVID HANNAFORD " Dave " Silence is deep as eternity, speech is shallow as time. Favorite Song: " Stardust " Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Aviation Club 1. LILY HARDY " Lil " Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than speech. Favorite Song: " Melody D ' Amour " Pastime: Reading books Ambition: Clerical worker Spaghetti Supper 4. SANDRA EMMA HEPWORTH " Sandy " Your cheeks do coun- terfeit our roses. Furor te Song: " True Love " Pastinie: Dancing Ambition: Private sec- retary Executive Com.mittee 1, Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 4, Drum Ma- jorette 1, Gym Exhibi- tion 1. 2, Drill Team 2, 3, Concessions 4, Rose Song 2, Daisy Cham 3, Class Vice President 2, Dance Committee 1. 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Women ' s Club Del. 4, Honor So- ciety 2, 3. 4, Career Forum 3. 4, Intramural Basketball 3. ROBERT HIGGINS " Pinky " Why uorry? And me so young. Favorite Song: " Red Sails in the Sunset " Pastime: Football Ambition: Helicopter shipping business Ring Committee 3. Ex- ecutive Committee 3. Auto Club 3. Glee Club 4, Baseball 2, Football 2, 3. 4. Gym Assistant 3, Gym Exhi- bition 2. HELEN MARIE HOMER " Htlen " Small courtesies su eel- en lije. Fiiiorite Son,n: " Red Sails In The Sunset " Piist ' mie: Having fun with the gang Ambition: Nurse Library Assistant 3. Yearbook . Spaghetti Supper 4. Rose Song 2, Daisy Chain 3. Arts and Crafts 1, 2, Dance Class 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. Ring Committee 3, Execu- tive Committee 2, 3, 4, Community Council 3. Semaphore 2, 3, 4, Dra- matic Club 2, (Vice President 2), Cheer- leader 2, 3. 4, Intra- mural Basketball 3. JANET LEE HOOD " Jan " I ' ll K ' K le today if to- morrow I die. Fciiorite Sonn: " My Special Angel " Pastime: " Tony " Ambition: Business manager Yearbook i. Student Council 1, 2, Spaghet- ti Supper 4, Conces- sions 4, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2„ 3, 4, Jun- ior Prom 3, Rose Song 2„ Usherette 3, Student Council Convention Committee 1, 2, Stu- dent Council Dance 1, 2, Field Hockey 1. Ten- nis 1, 2. LARRY NELSON JAYNES " Larry " Out of my ivjy. I hate U ' ork to do. r.iiiirile Song: " Little Darlin ' " Pj t me: Playing the piano Ambit on: To be an exec- utive Yearbook Co-Editor-in- Chief-l. Student Council 1, 3. Student Council Con- vention Delegate 1. Grad- uation Marshal t. Boys ' State 3, Spaghetti Supper 4, Junior Prom 3. Dance Committee 1. 2, 3. i. Ring Committee General Chair- man 3, Class President 3, Class Treasurer 1, 2, Toastmaster ' s Club 2, 3, Honor Society 3. 4. Fish and Game Club 1, Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Tennis 1 . INDA A. JOHNSON " Inda ■ A blight cljLLry girl lihom ettryoiw know:. She ' ll al- ways be ivtlcome u her ever she goes. Favorite Song: " True Lov e ' Pastime: The gang Ambition: Private Secre- tary Spaghetti Supper 4, Drill Team 3. Class Vice Presi- dent 3. 4, Dance Class 3, Junior Prom 3. Dance Committee 1. 2, 3, 4, Rmg Committee 3, Executive Ct)mmittee 2. Concessions 4, Graduation Marshal 3, Arts and Crafts 1, Junior Women ' s Club Associate 4, Intramural Basketball JAMES KNIGHT " Jimsie " In framing an artiu. art hath decrttd to make some good, but others exceed. Farorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Sketching Ambition: Concert Pi- anist Yearbook 4, (Art Ed- itor), Spaghetti Sup- per 4, Band 1, 2, Prom Committee 3. Dramatics Club 3. 4, Square Danc- ing 1. JAMES ANTHONY LACIVITA " Jim " Alua) read) not only to take opi ' ortunities but to make them. Faiorite Song: " Stolen Moments " P.rUime: Driving Ambition: To be v.cai- thy Yearbook 4, (Photog- raphy Editor). Paper Drive 4. Spaghetti Sup- per 4. (Ticket Chair- man). Executive Com- mittee 1. 2. Dance Committee 1. 2. 3. 1. Dramatics Club 2. 3- JEAN LINDELOF " Jeanne " Her acts are modest and her words discreet. Favorite Song: " I ' ll Never Walk Alone " Ambition: Secretary Pastime: Cooking Athletic Banquet Waitress 2, Drill Team 2, Gym Ex- hibition 2, (Square Danc- ing 1, 2, Camera Club 1. RUTH ROSE LOGAN " Ruthie " Air and manner are more expressive than words. Favorite Songs: " Stardust " Pastime: Piano Ambition: Dietician Drill Team 2, 3, 4, ghetti Supper 4, Song 2, Usherette 3, quet Waitress 1, 2, dent Leader 4, Square Dancing 1, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3. 4, Glee Club 1, Semaphore 1, In- tramural Basketball 3. Spa- Rose Ban- Stu- RONALD LEE LOMBARD " Ronnie " (Entered Junior Year) It matters not if you win or lose, but how you play the game. Favorite Song: " Love Is a Many Splendored Thing " Pasti?ne: " Jackie " Glee Club 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captam 4, Track 3, 4. JOHN ALLAN MacLEAN " Mac " Longer liveth a glad man than a sorry. Favorite Son g: " G eorgia Moon altz " Pastime: Girls Ambition: To lead a happy life Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4. Dance Com- mittee 1. 2, 3. 4, In- dustrial Arts Club 3. 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Intra- mural Basketball 3. Freshman Foi tball 1. Intramural Track 2. ROBERT MARTINS " Smokey " A rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure a business. Faiorite Song: " Wake Up Little Susie " Paslime: Sports Ambition: Baseball Player Spaghetti Supper 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Industrial Arts Club 4, (Secretary), Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, (Captain 4), Basketball 1, 2, 4, Foot- ball 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 3. CAROL ANN McGRATH " Carol " ]i hy frown when life ' s so i ood? Favorite Song: " No Other Love " Paslime: Being good Ambition: Bookkeeper Square Dancing 1, 2, Ball Room Dancing 3, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, Drill Team 2, Year- book 4, Spaghetti Sup- per 4, Semaphore 1, Dance Committee 1, 2. HARRY E. METTLER " Harry " The actions of men are the best interpretations of their thoughts. Favorite- Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Pastime; Running away from Mary Ambition: To have lots of fun Spaghetti Supper 4, Concessions 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 4, Glee Club 4, (Presi- dent), Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Auto Club r Football 1, 4, In- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. ELINOR MILLER " Ellie " (Entered Junior Year) She has brown hair and speaks softly like a woman. favorite Song: " And That Reminds Me " Pastime: Where ' s Butch? Ambition: To own a ' 53 Olds convertible Spaghetti Supper 4, Concessions 4, Typing 3, Student Gym Leader 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3. ELIZABETH MILLER " Liz " (Entered Junioi Year) A laughing eye and a tender smile. Favorite Song: " Moon Glow " Pastime: Trying to be different than Ellie Ambition: To go out with a certain boy Spaghetti Supper 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Executive Commit- tee 4 ANNE MARIE MOORE " Anne " Her little tongue was never still, talk it must znd talk it will. Favorite Song: " My Prayer " Pastime: Music Ambition: To live a good and full life Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Square and Ballroom Dancing 1, 2, Ceramics 2, Class Ring Committee 3. Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Prom L ' sheret,te 2. Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. 4, Dramatic Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Banquet Waitress 2, Library Assistant I, 2, Gym Exhibition t. 2. MARY URSULA O ' DONNELL " Mary " Her hair ivas black as night and her eyes were starry bright. Favorite Song: " Fas- cination " Pastime: Reading Afubition: To li e in the country Spaghetti Supper 4, Square Dancing 1, 2, Ballroom Dancing 3, Glee Club 4. ARTHUR OTTO " Art " There is no accomplish- ment so easy to acquire as politeness and none more profitable. Favorite Song: " Friend- ly Persuasion " Past! me: Singing Ambition: To be an- other Pat Boone Yearbook 4, Football Manager 3, 4, Track 3. ANGELA CONSTANCE PAPPAS " Angie " Variety is the spice of life. Favorite Song: " Stardust " Pastime: " Jazz " Ambition: Airline Stew- ardess Junior Cheerleading 1, (Captain), Senior Cheer- leading 2, 3, 4, (Cap- tain 4), Yearbook 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, (Secretary 4), Spaghetti Supper 4, Girls ' State Al- ternate 3, Rose Song 2, Daisy Chain 3, Class Vice President 1, Dance Com- mittee 1, Dance Class 1, Arts and Crafts 1, Career Forum 3. 4, Student Gym Leader 1, 2, 3, Student Exchange Del. 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Jun- ior Prom Usherette 2, Ring Committee 3, Ex- ecutive Committee 1, 2, Community Council 3, Dramatic Club 2, Sem- aphore 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, (Co-Captain 4), Bas- ketball 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 3. DOLORES ANNE PERDIGAO " Dolores " Gay, popular, full of pep. just a girl you can ' t forget. Favorite Song: " No Other Love " Pastime: Having fun with the gang Ambiiion: To become a successful teacher Yearbook Literary Editor 4, Spaghetti Supper 4. Daisy Chain 3, Conces- sions 4, Ballroom Dancing 3. Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. 4, Sep-.-iphore 2, 3, (Assistant Sports Edi- tor 3). Honor Society 2. 3, 4, (Secretary 4), Bas- ketball 1, 2. 3, 4. Softball 2. 3. Intramural Basket- ball 3. BERNARD W. PERRY " Bernie ' T he ?nan that blushes is not quite a brute. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastitne: Bowling Ambition: To be an en- gineer Spaghetti Supper 4, Rifle Club 1. lAMES HARTLEY POOLE " Hartley " Those uho bring sun- shine to others cannot icep it from them- selves. Favorite Song: " True Love ' Paslime: " Dolly " Ambition: To be an engineer Toastmasters Club 4, Debate Team 4. Bas- ketball 1. ANN LOUISE RAYMOND " Ann " I talk and talk, ichy stop? Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Reading Ambition: Elementary school teacher Yearbook 4, Dance Class 1, Glee Club 4, Knitting Club 1, 2, Typing Club 3, Party Favors and Refresh- ments 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK RAYMOND " Fred " Stately and tall, he walks through the hall. Favorite Song: " Blue- berry Hill " Pastime: Fishing Ambition: Plumber Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Junior Prom 3, Glee Club 4, Auto Club 3. ■kMiiitifaa, JACQUELINE V. REVNOFF " Jackie " Youth comes but once in a lifetime. Favorite Song: " My Pray- er " Pastime: Driving Ambition: Medical secre- tary Yearbook 4, Drill Team 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Junior Prom 3, Semaphore 1, Glee Club 4, Knitting Club 1, Metal Club 1, Dramatic Club 4, Arts and Crafts 2, Intramural Bas- ketball 1, Softball 1. JUDITH ANNE ROBERTS " Judy " Mischief sparkles in her eyes and her laughter never dies. Favorite Son g: " My Special Angel " Pastime: Having fun with the gang Ambition: Private secre- tary Spaghetti Supper 4, Year- book Co-Editor-in-Chief 4, Concessions 4, Drill Team 3, Dancing Class 3, Arts and Crafts 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Ring Committee 3, Executive Committee 3, Daisy Chain 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 3. EVELYN MAE ROBINSON " Evie " " She ' s not very noisy, loud, or gay, but she enjoys life in a quiet way. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: The gang Ambition: Teaching Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Rose Song 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3. ALBERT RODRIGUES " Al " To a young heart every- thing is fun. F.ii I ' l ie Son g: " My Special Angel " Past me: Baseball A m b i t i o n: State Trooper Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4. Paper Drive 4, Gym Exhibition 1, Concessions 4, Prom Committee 3. Dance Cc)mmittee 3. 4, Glee Club 4, Auto Club 3. Rifle Club 1. Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4, Intramural Basketball 2, V 4, Foot- hall 1. NATALIE FRANCES ROSEN " Nat " It ' s nice to be natural hut natural to be nice. Favorite Song: " Moon- light Serenade " Pastime: The gang Ambition: Biologist Yearbook 4, Conces- sions 4, Student Gym Leader 3, 4, Dance Committee 1, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Ceramics 2, Typing 3, Dramatic Club 3, Bas- ketball 2. SALLY RUSSELL " Sal " Music is well said to be ? the speech of the angels. Faior te Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Piano Ambition: Secretary Yearbook 4. Spaghetti Supper 4, Junior Prom Usherette 2, Gradua- tion Usherette 3, Square Dancing 1, Drill Team 4, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Executive Committee 2, 3. 4, Class Secretary 3, 4, Ring Committee 3, Dramatic Club 4. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. PETER GREY RYAN " Pete " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. Favorite Song: " Moon- light and Roses ' Pastime: Dreaming Ambition: To succeed Spaghetti Supper 4, Con- cessions 4, Executive Com- mittee 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, (President), Mens ' Glee Club 4, lA Club 4, Bas- ketball 2. WILLIAM ALBERT SAMPSON " Skeeze " Sigh no more ladies: sigh no tnore. Favorite Song: " Earth Angel " PaUime: Sports Ambition: Enlist in the Marines Spaghetti Supper 4. Jun- ior Prom 3, Senior Glee Club 4. Dancing Class 3. Industrial Arts Club 4. (President). Auto Club 3. Football 3. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Track 3. 4. (Captain 4). Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4, (Captain 3). JOHN WILLIAM SHANNAHAN " Jack " Good nature and cheer- fulness are the badge of a gentleman. Favorite Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Pastime: Sports Ambition: To be a suc- cess Spaghetti Supper 4. Paper Drive 4, Boys ' State 3, Class Treasurer 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Executive Committee 4, Glee Club 4, Rifle Club 1. 2, Varsity Football 2. 3, 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT NORMAN SHARP " Bob " A smile for every fel- lou ' and two for every girl. Favorite Song: " You ' ll Never ' X ' alk Alone ' Pastime: " Work Ambition: To be a suc- cess Paper Drive 4. Spa- ghetti Supper 4. Year- book 4, Junior Prom 3, D.uice Committee 2, 3. 4, Senior Glee Club 4. Football 1. Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2. 4. ROBERT WAYNE SHAW " Bob " Why worry? It tvon ' t get you anywhere. Favorite Song: " Au- tumn Leaves " Pastime: Work Ambition: To succeed Camera Club 1, Rifle Club 1, 2, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Spa- ghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4. JEAN DIANE SILVA " Jeannie " How jar that Utile can- dle throws its beams. Favorite Song: " In the Still of the Night " Pastime: Dancing and bowling Ambition: Beautician Rose Song 2, Yearbook 4, Knitting Club 1, Arts and Crafts 2, Soft- ball 2. BRUCE. E. SIMONEAU " Bruce " He is not merely a chip off the old block, but the old block itself. Favorite Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Pastime: Radio Ambition: Join the Air Force Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Yearbook 4, Glee Club 4. WILTON SPRAGUE " Wilt " opinion is the king of the world. Favorite Song: " Autumn Leaves " Pastime: Body building and weight lifting Ambition: To be a weight lifter and bodybuilder in- structor Paper Drive 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Track 3. JOHN EDWARD STANDISH " Jack " Laughter in his eyes and rhythm in his feet. Favorite Song: " To- night, Tonight " Pastime: Working on cars and dancing Ambition: Mechanic Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Conces- sions 4, Dance Class 2, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Dance Committee 4, Class Rmg Commit- tee 3, Glee Club 4, Auto Club 3, Industrial Arts Club 3 MARJORIE JANE STEWART " Margie " There is no wisdom like frankness. Favorite Song: " Sep- tember Song " Pastime: Having fun with the gang. Ambition: Private sec- retary Spaghetti Supper 4, Rose Song 2, Dance Class 3, Usherette 3. Yearbook 4, Conces- sions 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Toastmasters Club 2. MARIE THERESA STORME " Marie " The greatest pleasure in life is doing iihiit people say you cannot do. Favorite Song: " Deep Purple " Pastime: Dancing Ambition: Secretary Library Assistant 3, 4, Arts and Crafts 3, Dancing 1. DAVID FRANCIS SULLIVAN " Sully " (Entered Junior Year) Gaiety is the soul ' s healing: sadness is its poison. Faiorite Song: " It Ain ' t Necessarily So " Pastime: Sports Ambition: To be a rich playboy before thirty Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Boys ' State 3, Executive Com- mittee 4, Junior Prom Entertainment Chair- man 3, Dance Com- .mittee 4, Toastmasters Club 4, Football 4, In- tramural Basketball 3, 4. NORMA ANN SULLIVAN " Norma " (Entered Junior Year) Much ivndotn goes with fewer words. Faiorite Song: " I ' ll Walk Alone " Pastime: Having a good time Ambition: Teacher Yearbook 4, Junior Prom 3, Honor Society 3, 4. FRANCIS EDWARD SWEETMAN " Frage " have often regretted my speech but never my sil- ence. Favorite Song: " ABC Boogie " Pastime: Working on cars Ambrt on: To succeed Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Concessions 4, Glee Club 4, Auto Club 3, Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Football 1, Intramural , Basketball 1. I m LENWOOD THOMPSON " Lenny " Life is el struggle but not a warfare. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: Reading Ambition: To be a suc- cess Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Camera Club 1, 2. Football 1, 3, Intramural Basket- ball 2, Basketball 1. JOSEPH WAINWRIGHT TRACEY " Joe " Joe is somewhat of a wit. we ' ll not forget him, not a bit. Favorite Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone ' Pastime: ' Working on cars Ambition: To stay single Spaghetti Supper 4. Paper Drive 4, Year- biH)k 4. Junior Prom 3, Dance Committee 3, 4, Auto Club 3. Indus- trial Arts Club 4. Glee Club 4. CAROL ANN TRACY ■ ' ■Reb " Earth ' s noblest thing, a wo nun perfected. Favorite Song: " My Prayer " Pastime: Boys and hav- ing fun Ambition: Airline Stewardess Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Rose Song 2, Daisy Chain 3, Jun- ior Prom 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 4, Arts and Crafts 1, 2, Dance Class 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Softball 2, 4. VIRGINIA MARIE TUCKER " Gini ' The greatest force on earth is friendliness, favorite Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Pastime: Having fun with the gang Ambition: Private sec- retary Clerical Editor of Year- book 4, Spaghetti Sup- per 4, Rose Song 2, Commencement Usher- ette 3, Junior Prom Usherette 2, Conces- sions 4, Executive Com- mittee 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Program Chairman 3. Ring Committee 3, Toast- maste ' rs Club 2, 3, (Secretary 3). Honor Society 3, 4, (Vice President 4), Sem- aphore 1, Field Hockey 3, 4, (Manager 4), In- tramural Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 3, 4. ROSALIE SHEILA VINCENT " Rosie " A friend you will al- ways recall. Favorite Song: " Au- tumn Leaves " Pastime: Having fun with the gang. Ambition: Nurse Student Council 3, Class Secretary 1 , Career Forum 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Layout Edi- tor 4, Rose Song 2, Daisy Chain 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Women ' s Club 4, Con- cessions 4, Library As- sistant 2, Spaghetti Supper 4, Youth Coun- cil Alterante 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Execu- tive Committee 1, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Semaphore 2, 3, 4, (Exchange Editor 3), Basketball 1, 3, (Man- ager 3), Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 4). ARLENE MARY TURNER " Red " There is no angel with red hair. Favorite Song: Serenade " " Moonlight Pastime: Making people happy Ambition: Airline stew- ardess Student Council 4, (Vice President 4), Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Drill Team Captain 2, 3, 4, Rose Song 2, Usherette 3, Square Dancing 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Student Gym Leader 4, Executive Com- mittee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Ring Com- mittee 3, Dance Commit- tee 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Basketball 4. JOHN VIEIRA " Cat " love the life I lead. Favorite Song: " Red Headed Woman " Pastime: Music Ambition: Engineer Track 4. Mass.. in Senior silence. ' Be-Bop-A- FRANK UTAKIS " Frank " (Transferred to Mar - E. Wells High School. South- bridge, Year). The splendor of . Favorite Soni Lula ■ Past me: Custom-made cars and hot rods Ambition: Automotixe En- gineer Fish and Game Club 4. Radio Club 2. Delegate to Boys ' State 3. National Honor Society 3. 4. GRANVILLE EVERETT WALBRIDGE " Butch " know which pathway leads to popularity. Favorite Song: ' You ' ll Never ' Walk Alone " Pastime: Sports Ambition: To be a suc- cess Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 2, 3, Paper Drive 4, Conces- sions 4, Class Presi- dent 4, Boys ' State 3, Junior Prom Decora- tion Chairman 3, Ex- ecutive Committee 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Ring Commit tee 3, Senior Glee Club 4, Auto Club 3, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, (Cap- tain 4). CARL ANTHONY WALENT " Carl " may yet be CLIFTON ANTHONY WALENT ••Cliff " Meet him and you natural ly like him. Favorite Song: " That ' ll Be the Day " Pastime: Having a good time Ambition: Electrical En- gineer Yearbook 4, Paper Drive 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Dance Class 1, 3. JOHN CUMMINGS WEBSTER " Jay " At studies a student, at play a sport. Favorite Song: " True Love " Pastime: Sports Ambition: To be suc- cessful Yearbook Sports Co- Editor 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, (Treasurer 4), Student Council 1, 4, (President 4), Paper Drive 4, Class Treas- urer 3, Community Council 3. All-Sports Award I, Dance Class 3, Executive Commit- tee 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3. Dance Committee 1, 2. 3, 4, Ring Committee 3, Semaphore Sports Editor 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 4), Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Intramural Track 2, Gym Exhibi- tion 1, 2. Song: " True Benare! famous. Favorite Love " Pastime: Skiing Ambition: Dentist Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Paper Drive 4, Dance Class 3, Jun- ior Prom Committee 3, Debate Team 4. PATRICIA E. WANING " Pat " Wise in the ways of the world. Favorite Song: " Star- dust " Pastime: " Dickie " Ambition: To graduate Spaghetti Supper 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Dance Class 3. E. JAMES WALLACE " Jim " Life is too short to worry. Favorite Song: " •Heaven on Earth " Pastime: • ' Joanne " Ambition: Air Force Spaghetti Supper 4. Paper Drive 4, Junior Prom Committee 3. Dance Com- mittee 4, Glee Club 4, Auto Club 3. Industrial Arts Club 3. 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3. JV Basketball 2. In- tramural Basketball 2. 3. 4. EVA MARILYN WECHSLER " Mai " She ' s quiet, rather shy. hut see the twinkle in her eye. Favorite Song: " Pledge of Love " Pastime: Bowling and roller skating Ambition: Receptionist Yearbook 4, Rose Song 2, Cafe 3, Arts and Crafts 2. WILMA ETHEL WJGMORE " Woo Woo " She comes with gusts of laughter. Favorite Song: " End of the Road " Pastime: " Blonde Crew Cuts " Ambition: Journalist Spaghetti Supper 4, Concessions 4, Drill Team 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Woodworking CALVIN SAWYER WINROTH " Cal " A moral, sensible, well- bred young man. Favorite Song: " Fascin- ation " Pastime: Builds elec- ;ronic kits, repair ra- dios and televisions. Ambition: Electrical Engineer Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4. Zkafik you The Yearbook Staff wishes to express its sincere thanks to all those students and faculty members who helped to make the 1958 STO-TONIAN such a success. 4i Class Will We, the Class of 1958, do hereby make, publish and declare this to be our last Will and Testament. We give, devise and bequeath all of our estate, both real and personal, absolutely and in fee simple in the following manner: CAROL ANN ADAMS and NORMA SULLIVAN leave their superior intelligence to needy juniors. JAMES ADOMAITIS leaves to go back to the Brockton Hospital Student Nurses. JEAN ALISTIN leaves her dancing shoes to Priscilla Standish. JAMES BARBER leaves his long basketball set shots to anyone who can make a basket- from that distance, RAYMOND BARRA leaves with Barbara. • ELIZABETH BARRETT leaves her cheerful disposition to Nancy Klund. JOHN BENNETT and ALFRED FRIZELLE leave to stand in Stoughton Square. FREDERICK BIFFIN leaves his towering height and a step ladder to Bradford Russell. FRANK BLANCHARD leaves his clothes to Roger Larson. WILLIAM BOLDUC leaves with his books still closed. CHARLES BROWN leaves his cute looks to John MacConnell. JAMES BROWN leaves the clas s in stitches. BARBARA BRUCE leaves her polite ways to Carmen Mastrocola. THOMAS BRYAN leaves Mr. Fitzmaurice with a headache. RICHARD BUCKLEY leaves with his gang. ELEANOR BUNAVICZ and THERESA GONSALVES leave their typing fingers to Rochelle Feldmen. GEORGE CAGGIANO and DONALD GERRIDGE leave their " IPANA " smiles to Paul Callahan. LUCIA CAROLAN leaves all the fun she had in high school to her sister Martha. PATRICK CARRARA leaves Pat behind. SUSAN CHAET and MARCIA CHUTE leave their easy going dispositions to Charlotte Dors and Peggy Nicholas. JEROME CHASKES and WILLIAM FORS leave. HOWARD CHURCHILL leaves for the Ministry. MARY CLARK leaves still running after Harry. FRANCIS COLLINS leaves his very quiet personality to Paul Cutcliffe. ROBERT CLARK, JOHN COLLINS, JOHN STANDISH, and FRANCIS SWEETMAN leave their boiler room with regret. • PAUL COLLINS leaves his extra Spaghetti Supper tickets to the juniors. CATHERINE COSTA leaves her height to Ann McNamara. EDWIN CREAN and LENWOOD THOMPSON think they are simply lucky to hear them- selves say, " we leave Stroughton High. " JOANNE CUTCLIFFE leaves with Jimmy. CAROL DALEY, CAROL DONOVAN, LILLIAN GUINAZZO, HELEN HOMER, and ROSALIE VINCENT leave to find themselves a cute doctor. DOROTHY DASHNER leaves her " adorableness " to Roberta Thompson. EDWIN DAVIS leaves for " Anderson ' s Market. " SLJZANNE DePAL ' L leaves her well-groomed appearance to Deanna Shapiro. DONALD ELIASON leaves his deep voice to anyone who can match it. VIRGINIA FELLOWS leaves happily. CAROLYN FOBES leaves for the " B.P.M. " ANNA MAY FREEMAN leaves her desire to be helpful to Elizabeth Berggren. WILLIAM GLOVER leaves his scholastic ability to any worthy junior. ROBERT GAY leaves to catch up with his night-life. MARY GRANEY and MARTHA HAMPE leave their scholastic brilliance and ability to study to Doris Briffett and Joan Hampe. FREDERICK GRAVES leaves for Hollywood. JOHN GUENETTE leaves his curly locks to Paul Ramos, DONALD HANIFAN leaves his peculiar laugh. DAVID HANNAFORD and DONALD LESSA leave their retiring manner to William Sheldon. LILY HARDY leaves without a word. SANDRA HEPWORTH leaves her golden tresses to Juliana Peterson. ROBERT HIGGINS leaves the sophomore locker number 622 with much regret. JANET-LEE HOOD and CAROL TRACEY leave their clever man-catching ways to anyone who needs the assistance. 42 LARRY JAYNES leaves his miserable headaches as yearbook editor to next year ' s fortunate person. INDA JOHNSON leaves her two sparkling years as vice president to the next person inheriting the job. JAMES KNIGHT leaves his exceptional talents to anyone who can equal them JAMES LaCIVITA and JOHN MacLEAN leave their very likeable personalities to Richard Farley and David Webster. PHYLIS LaPORTE leaves her fun-loving ways to Roberta Slaney. JEAN LINDELOF leaves to meet Charlie. RUTH LOGAN leaves her sophisticated air to Joan Hern. RONALD LOMBARD leaves his athletic prowess to anyone who feels he can equal it. ROBERT MARTINS leaves the baseball team to next year ' s captain. CAROL McGRATH leaves her dimples to Maureen T. Gibbons. HARRY METTLER leaves the Mens ' Glee Club and Miss Driscoll with much sadness in his heart. ELINOR and ELIZABETH MILLER leaves their " twinliness " to Claire and Barbara Shea. ANN MOORE and ANN RAYMOND leave their gift of gab to Roberta Nelson. ARTHL R OTTO leaves his politeness to brother Dave. ANGELA PAPPAS leaves with an extremely hoarse voice. DOLORES PERDIGAO leaves the mark she made on the second floor of S.H.S. to the school for posterity. BERNARD PERRY leaves to join Al and John on the corner. J. HARTLEY POOLE leaves in silence. JOHN RADVILAS leaves for Florida. FREDERICK RAYMOND leaves his broad shoulders to Tony Hutchin s. JACQUELINE REVNOFF leaves her classy ' 55 Ford to Edward Murphy. JUDITH ROBERTS leaves her good humor to Nancy Fahey. EVELYN ROBINSON leaves her quiet personality to Beverly Dwyer. ALBERT RODRIGUES leaves his baseball ability to Bill O ' Brien. NATALIE ROSEN leaves her corny jokes to anyone who wants them. SALLY RUSSELL leaves her recording book to next year ' s secretary. PETER RYAN leaves running after JOE TRACEY with a lime chiffon pie. MARY ODONNELL, JEAN SILVA, and MARILYN ' WECHSLER leaves their friendship to Pamela Raymond, Judy Lindelof, and Joan Hern. " WILLIAM SAMPSON leaves his good looks to Peter Gay. JOHN SHANNAHAN leaves as a shining example of what a good student should be. ROBERT SHARP leaves the pencil behind his ear. ROBERT SHA-W and NORMAN CUNNINGHAM leave their time spent in the shops to Russ Cenarholm and Eddie DiCastro. BRUCE SIMONEAU leaves his shv and deceiving looks to Chris Natsis. WILTON SPRAGUE leaves Mr. Daly with regret. MARJORIE STEWART and PATRICIA BARRETT leave their long hair to Corinne Gill and Mary Jane Buckley. MARIE STORME leaves to join the C.A.P. Squadron in the defense of her country. DAVID SULLIVAN tries to leave, but his car won ' t start. JOSEPH TRACEY leaves the Freshman Girls. VIRGINIA TLICKER leaves the typing of the yearbook to next year ' s clerical editor. ARLENE TLTRNER leaves her red hair to Victoria Burns. FRANK UTAKIS and CALVIN WINROTH leave their brains to Science. JOHN VIERA leaves his magnificent " hair do " to Bradford Maltby. GRANVILLE WALBRIDGE leaves the football team in the hands of John Giannakoulis and " Butch " Pires. CARL and CLIFTON WALENT leave to finally go their separate ways. E. JAMES WALLACE leaves with Joanne. PATRICIA WANING leaves with " Bucka " and his gang. JOHN WEBSTER leaves the Honor Society, Student Council, and Varsity Sports with a great loss. WILMA WIGMORE leaves her driving ability to anybody who dares equal it. In Witness whereof, We have hereunto set our hand and seal this 6th day of June A.D. 1958. BEST DRESSED Helen Homer and Frank Blanchard MOST AMBITIOUS Carol Daley and Larry Jaynes MOST ARTISTIC Jean Austin and James Knight e I a s s MOST COURTEOUS Barbara Bruce and Raymond Barra BEST DANCERS Jean Austin and John Standish 46 QUIETEST Evelyn Robinson and David Hannitord 0 f MOST ORIGINAL Judy Roberts and Harry Mcttler MOST CO-OPERATIVE Janet-Lee Hood and Paul Collins MOST FRIENDLY Virginia Tucker and Fred Graves 9 5 8 MOST MUSICAL Sally Russell, Carl Walent, and Cliff Walcnt I MOST ATHLETIC Lillian Guinazzo and Ronald Lombard 47 MOST POPULAR Inda Johnson and Granville Waldridge Twenty-five vears ago at our graduation exercises in June, 1958, our class vowed to hold this reunion. Twenty-five years have made a big difference in the lives of the members of our class. Our classmates have gone their separate ways to all parts of this spacious continent, but today they have journeyed many miles to be present at the reunion of the Class of 1958. Several of our guests have already arrived at the " fantabulous " Plaza-Sheridan Hotel in the outskirts of Boston. This beautiful liotel was designed by The El- iason. Perry, Poole Engineering Corporation about a year ago. Official greeters of the day are the owners of the hotel, the Walent twins and the manager, John Mac- Lean. There they are now, conferring with the hotel receptionists, Marilyn Wechsler and Anna May Free- man, who are checking preparations for the arriving guests. Oh, there ' s Carolyn Fobes and Suzanne DePaul! They ' re operating the Beauty Salon in the hotel lobby. Why is that big crowd milling around the television set. ' Isn ' t it time for American Stand-Band with Dee- Jay Paul Collins? What ' s that he ' s selling? It must be tickets to somebody ' s spaghetti supper! Don ' t look now, but here comes Jerry Barra, the Van Gogh of the 19 0 ' s, with his favorite model, Bar- bara Bruce. It seems to me that there ' s a lot of commotion on the roof. It sounds like a hurricane, but it must be only Bob Higgins landing his helicopter. That ' s Phyllis LaPorte coming from the cockpit. She has just returneci from Ceylon. There ' s millionaire playboy Dave Sullivan, strolling in with Jean Austin, that exotic dancer, and his chauf- feur, Jim LaCivita, trailing behind. Standing near the door are Wilma Wigmore and Anne Moore, gossip columnists for the " Daily Planet. " Tliey are talking to " Smokey " Martins who has just dropped in, between games at Fenway Park. My goodness! There ' s Jim Knight, the concert pianist! We understand that he came as far as New York with his good friend, Liberace. There ' s a big police cruiser drawing up at the main entrance. Looks like trouble, but it ' s only Pete Ryan and AI Rodrigues, Massachusetts State Troopers. The dietician, Ruth Logan, has just informed us that the chef, Bill Fors, is having troubles in his kitch- en. It seems that a water pipe has broken and he just refuses to finish his dinner preparations until it is fixed. I wonder if there ' s a plumber in the house. Of course! Fred Raymond is here and it just happens that he brought his tools with him. Here comes Wilton Sprague, the weightlifting, body building instructor at the Y.M.C.A. And there ' s Don Hanifan, his seven o ' clock appointment. Sounds like Pat Boone over there singing, but it can ' t be. He retired six years ago. Why, it ' s only Arthur Otto, the coolest singer this side of " Sput- nik. " ' My, there ' s Pat Carrara! He ' s a farmer, you know, back in Stoughton. What ' s that you say? Oh, yes, he has shoes on tonight. Stepping from the elevator is Mr. Hollywood him- self, Fred Graves. Have you heard! All the teenagers have just flipped over him. That looks like Carol Daley and " Sunnie " Guinazzo coming from the ambulance out front. Yes, it is! They run their own hospital now, you know. I think they call it the " Friendly-We-Understand-Your-Problem-Better- Than-You-Think-Psycho-Foundation. " Here ' s the guest we have all been waiting for. Mak- ing his grand entrance into the .main ballroom is the newly elected president of the L nited States Banana Corporation, Tom Brian, followed by his private secretary, Charlie Brown. Oh, dear, there are those two mad scientists, Cal Winroth and Frank LJtakis. They have just returned from a trip to the moon and it was so hot up there that Cal got a bad case of sunburn. He ' s been under the doctor ' s care ever since. There ' s Doctor Jaynes behind him now with a jar of Noxema just for an emergency. There ' s Bill Glover, too. He is head of the National Honor Society all over the country now. By the way, they ' ve just raised their standards again. Poor Mrs. Manchester will be running that dance by herself next spring. As we enter the grand ballroom, we see seated at a table, Rosalie Vincent, Helen Homer, and Carol Don- ovan. They have just returned from a trip to the Harvard Medical School still looking for those cute doctors. 48 " wphecy Coming toward their table are Reverend Howard Churchill with his life-long pal and buddy, General Gerome Chaskes. Being seated by the hostess, Janet-Lee Hood, are the owners of the " 3-B ' s " Custom Cars Inc., " Casey " Blanchard, Bill Bolduc, and Fred Biffin. Have you heard the sensational news? Ronnie Lom- bard just won six gold medals at the Olympics in Hel- sinki, Finland. He and his manager, " Buzzy " Crean, are catching the next plane home. Standing over by tiie orchestra pit are Carol Adams, Lucia Carolan, Martha Hampe, Ann Raymond, and Norma Sullivan. They are still upholding, as teachers, the fine traditions we knew as students back in 1958. They have requested their favorite song, " Stranded in the Jungle. " A group of servicemen and their wives have just been seated by the waitresses, Ellie Bunavicz and Betty Barrett. They are Chief Petty Officer, Jim Wallace and his wife, the former Joanne Cutcliffe, and Master Ser- geants Harry Mettler and Dick Buckley with their wives, the former Mary Clark and Pat Waning, re- spectively. Seated next to them is the owner of the Toni Co., Bob Sharp, and also the Toni Twins, Liz and Ellie Miller. The officers of the " Turkey Tempter Corp., " " Butch " Walbridge, Inda Johnson, Jack Shannahan, and Sally Russell, are giving out free samples of their products at the entrance to the ballroom. Word has just arrived that the special plane, piloted by Bruce Simoneau and chartered by our reunion, has landed at Logan International Airport. It is fortunate that our classmates have many varied occupations, for aboard the plane as crew are Jack Standish and John Collins, mechanics; " Angle " Pappas and Carol Tracy, stewardesses; and Bob Clark, navigator. There is also quite an array of distinguished guests aboard, in- cluding: Jay Webster, the prominent New York at- torney and his private secretary, Gini Tucker; the center on the New York Knickerbockers Basketball team, " Skeeze " Sampson; the fabulously wealthy super mark- et heiress, Dolores Perdigao and her publicity agent. Hank Collins; and lastly, the Hart models. Dotty Dashner and Jackie Revnoff. Back in the ballroom, the orchestra conductor, John Guenette, has just given the downbeat for the class song; the singing of which is being led by " Butch " Brown. The mechanics for the ' 3-B ' s " have just joined their bosses at their table. They are Boh Shaw, " Gidge " Corbett, Norm Cunningham, Joe Tracy, and George Caggiano. That ' s quite a staff of mechanics for any one business. The curtain has been raised on the stage where Don Lessa, the TV producer, his script girls, Jean Silva, Carol McGrath and Marie Storme have combined their talents to [iresent a scene from his latest production, ' Pleyton Pace, " witli the able assistance of his leading lady, Marcia Chute. Dancing on the TV production was directed by Sandy Hepworth. Another TV star, the teacher on Ding Dong School. Evie Robinson; and Judy Roberts, the cartoon editor in chief of the " Daily Planet, " are NS ' atching tlie production with Al Frizelle the top lighting technician on the XYZ Television Network. This has certainly been a night for displaying tal- ents. On the other side of the ballroom a large crowd is being attracted by a group of ' 58 graduates remi- niscing by doing the " Stroll. " Led by our esteemed former class advisors. Miss Joan Mcintosh and Mr. Carlton Cormier, are John Bennett and Donald Ger- ridge, Tiddilee-Wink manufacturers; Dave Hanniford and Lilly Hardy, co-founders of the Society to Revive Silent Movies; Publisher of Same, James Barber; Pat Barrett and Thereasa Gonsalves, his chief typists and Mary Graney, the designer of the newly constructed Stoughton High School. The last guests are arriving, John Vieira and Franny Sweetman who run the " Cut-All Barber Shop " on Commonwealth Ave. are being followed by Lenny Thompson and Eddie Davis who are directing the distribution of their forget-me-not corsages, designed by that well-known designer, Margie Stewart. The food provided by the James Adomaitis Food Co. is being served by the headwaitress, Arlene Turner and some of her assistants; Cathy Costa, Ginny Fellows and Mary O ' Donnell. The menu being served consists of hot dogs, oven-browned potatoes and giapclruir sections with a choice of white or chocolate milk. Well, it is time for yours truly, Nat Rosen and Bob Gay, to join the festivities and bring t ) a close this, one of the proudest moments for th.e Class of 1958. 49 CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Judith Roberts and Larry Jaynes THE STAFF First row: Carol Tracy, Jacqueline Revnoff, Carol Daley, Ann Moore Sally Russell, Jean Austin, Carol iM Cji.itli, Theresa Gonsalves. Wilma Wigmore. Second row: Lucia Carolan, Virginia Tucker, Dolores Perdigao, Larry Jaynes, Judith Roberts, Rosalie Vincent, Lillian Guinazzo, Angela Pappas. Third row: Alfred Frizelle, William Glover, James Knight. Clitton Walent, Calvin Vi ' inroth, James Ado- maitis, James LaCivita, Jay Webster, Albert Rodrigues, Donald Eliason, Carolyn Fobes. Fourth row: Norma Sullivan, Marjorie Stewart, Susan Chaet, Evelyn Robinson, Natalie Rosen, Helen Homer, Arthur Otto, Carl Walent, Anna May Freeman, Janet-Lee Hood, Martha Hampe, Carol Ann Adams. LITERARY LAVOl ' l The staff of the Sto-Tonian was headed this year by two industrious eo-editors, fudith Roberts and Larry Jaynes, ably assisted by the editorial board and advised by Mr. Carl- ton Cormier. The editors and the staff have worked diligently to give the students a fond remembrance of their past four jxars. It is their hope that they ha e eompiled tlie finest yearbook publication ever to be produced at Stoughton Hii, ' h School. 51 " Perfect timing. ' Mly September 27, 1957 The spirit of Stqughton High. freshman CLASS OFFICERS: President, Charles Brown; Vice Presi- dent, Angela Pappas; Treasurer, Larry Jaynes; Secretary, Rosalie Vincent. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Virginia Tucker, Dolores Perdigao, Sandra Hepworth, Carolyn Fobes, James La Ci ita. MAJORETTE: Sandra Hepworth. RECORD HOP: ■ ' Autumn Melody. " CLASS OUTING: College Pond. CLASS ADVISOR: Miss Flynn. I Sophomore CLASS OFFICERS: President, Francis Deehan; Vice Presi- dent, Sandra Hepworth; Treasurer, Larry Jaynes; Secretary, Mary Ann Diaz. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Virginia Tucker, Susan Chaet, Howard Churchill, Jonfred Rogovitch, lnda John- son, Helen Homer. Sally Russell. SEMAPHORE EDHORS: Carol Daley, Exchange Editor; CHEERLEADERS: Mary Clark, Helen Homer, Angela Pappas. RECORD HOPS: ■ ' Clod Hoppers Clop " and " Sophomore Hop. " VALENTINE DANCE: " Harmony of Hearts. " CLASS ADVISOR: Miss Flynn. Humor CLASS OFFICERS: President, Larry Jaynes; Vice President, Linda Johnson; Treasurer, Jay Webster; Secretary, Sally Russell. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Jean Austin, Susan Chaet, Robert Higgins, Helen Homer. Joseph Macaluso, Judith Roberts, Arlene Turner, Granville Walbridge. HONOR SOCIETY OFFICER: William Glover, Treasurer. EMBLEMS: Class project. RING COMMITTEE: James Brown, Lucia Carolan, Caro- lyn Fobes, William Glover, Anne Moore, Harry Mettler, John Standish, Virginia Tucker. RECORD HOPS: " Junior Jump, " " Jay Dee. " SEMAPHORE EDITORSHIPS: Editor-in-Chief, Carol Da- ley; Exchange Editor, Rosalie Vincent; Girls ' Sports Editor. Lillian Guinazzo; Assistant Girls ' Sports Editor, Dolores Perdigao; Boys ' Sports Editor, Jay Webster. ST. PATRICK ' S DAY DANCE: " Clover Waltz. " GIRLS ' STATE REPRESENTATIVE: Carol Daley. BOYS ' STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Larry Jaynes, Wil- liam Glover, John ihanahan, David Sullivan, Frank Utakis, John Webster, Granville Walbridge. BASEBALL CO-CAPTAINS: Joseph Macaluso, William Sampson. JUNIOR PROM— " Serenata Espanol " : Decorations, Gran- ville Walbridge; Entertainment, David Sullivan; Music, Angela Pappas; Program, Virginia Tucker; Refreshments, Lillian Guinazzo; Tickets, Lucia Carolan. AMERICAN LEGION IMPROVEMENT MEDAL: Wil- liam Sampson. CLASS ADVISOR: Miss Mcintosh. 61 HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: Presi- dent, NX illiam Glover; Vice President, Virginia Tucker; Treasurer, John Web- ster; Secretary, Dolores Perdigao. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: President, John Webster; Vice Presi- dent, Arlene Turner; Secretary, Angela Pappas. YEARBOOK: Co-Editors-in-Chief, Ju- dith Roberts and Larry Jaynes; Layout Editor, Rosalie Vincent; Literary Editor, Dolores Perdigao; Clerical Editor, Vir- ginia Tucker; Art Editor, James Knight; Photography Editor, James LaCivita; Business Editor, Lucia Carolan; Circu- lation Managers, James Adomaitis and Clifton Walent; Boys ' Sports Editors, John Webster and Albert Rodrigues; Girls ' Sports Editors, Angela Pappas and Lillian Guinazzo. CHEERLEADERS: Angela Pappas, Cap- tain, 3 years; Helen Homer, 3 years; Mary Clark, 3 years. BOOK COVERS: Class project. CONCESSIONS: Class project. SPAGHETTI SUPPER: Paul Collins, General Chairman. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF WOMEN ' S CLUB: Carol Daley, Inda Johnson, Sandra Hepworth, Rosalie Vin- cent. SPORTS CAPTAINS: Football, Gran ville Walbridge; Hockey, Rosalie Vin- cent and Angela Pappas; Basketball, John Webster and Ronald Lombard; Baseball, Robert Martins; Track, Wil- liam Sampson. STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY: John Webster Senior CLASS OFFICERS: President, Granville Walbridge; Vice President, Inda Johnson; Treasurer, John Shannahan; Sec- retary, Sally Russell. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Jean Austin, Lucia Carolan, Paul Collins, Frederick Graves, Helen Homer, Carolyn Fobes, Peter Ryan, Elizabeth Miller, David Sullivan, Rosa- lie Vincent, John Webster. CHRISTMAS DANCE: Decorations, Jay Webster; Publicity, Janet-Lee Hood; Entertainment, Lucia Carolan; Tickets, Robert Clark and Robert Martins; Re- freshments, Susan Chaet. CLASS PLAY: Class project. COMMENCEMENT EVENTS: Senior Reception, Baccalaureate Service, Class Trip, Class Night, Senior Banquet, Graduation. CLASS ADVISOR: Miss Mcintosh. ■0 ' 63 H i iw lii ii ' " ' 1960 Varsity " football CAPTAIN " BUTCH ■ WALBRIDGE The " Black Knights " experienced their toughest schedule in history during the 1957 season. Coach Albert Twomey was hampered by injuries to many big men throughout the season. Nevertheless, under the leadership of Captain Wal- bridge, our team fought to a very respectable four win, three loss record, climaxed by a crushing 33-7 win over arch rival Canton. After a month of hard practice our Knights entertained Class " B " North Quincy. The Red Raiders fought hard but were outclassed by our team. Fumbles were the only factor that stopped the Black Knights from running up a more impressive score than 7-0. The team then fell successively to Coyle and Wareham, both of whom finished their seasons undefeated. Coyle was a hard fought contest which saw really tough football until a long run m the final minutes set up the lone score of the game to give Coyle a 6-0 win. We lost our mighty center, Jim Adomaitis, with a ruptured spleen in this contest. Wareham, which has lost only to the Black Knights in thirty-eight games, edged our team 20-13 in a nip and tuck contest on the following Saturday. Our next campaign was with undefeated Hingham, w hich rolled to the Class " C " championship. In a sea of mud, our Knights scored first and completely dominated play until the final seconds, when a pass was deflected into the hands of a Hingham man for a touchdown. An interception gave Hingham another touchdown and the win. After a bout with the flu, our " Black Knights " revenged their previous losses by upsetting powerful Newburyport with a 19-7 win. This was the first time a Black Knight team had defeated the two-time champions under the lights at Newburyport. A 25-0 smashing of Attleboro showed that the team was definitely on the upgrade. Our turkey day clash with Canton proved this when we fought valiantly to a big 33-7 victory. This was a fine ending for the seniors who had played brilliantly for two or three years. Recognition goes to: Captain Granville Walbridge, " Skeeze " Sampson, Jay Webster, Jim Adomaitis, Ron Lombard, Harry Mettler, Dick Buckley, Bob Higgins, Jack Shannahan, " Buzz " Crean, John McLean, and Dave Sullivan (Dave missed part of the season with a broken shoulder). First row: Jay Webster, Dick Buckley, " Skeeze " Sampson, Harry Mettler, Captain " Butch " Walbridge, John Mac- Lean, Jack Shannahan, David Sullivan, " Pinky " Higgins, Ronnie Lombard Si ' cnnJ row: Tom O ' Connor, " Piggy " Callahan, Jack Deloughrey, Bob DiFabio, Fred Shea, " Shotgun " Sheldon, George Jo.seph, Bill Savicki, John Gianni- koulis, Dick Farley, " Butch " Pires, Arthur Otto, (Manager). ThiiJ row Chris Winroth, Tom Hern, Joe Lehan, Pete Wallan, Joe Flynn, Arthur Lesberg, Tony Gareri, Ptte Barbato, Walt L nda, and Harrj- Thomas 72 Canton W. Savicki, J. Giannakoulis, W. Shel- don, H. Mettler. R. Farley, A. Piies, J. Webster, W. Sampson, R. Lombard, 1957 W. Sampson, J. Giannakoulis, J. Web- ster, F. Shea, G. Walbridge, H. Met- tler, P. Callahan. J. LEHAN THE COACH R. FARLEY R. Lombard and W. Sampson J. Giannakcuilis, R. Lombard, ' Pi£;i; ' Callahan and W. Sheldon, 75 thall fans ' Drill Zeam The Stoughton High School Drill Team was started in 1954 under the leadership of Mr. Tassos P. Filledes. In 1955, the girls made their " debut " in a gym exhibition un- der the leadership of their captain, Arlene Turner. Their performance was well received by the audience. The team ' s next exhibition was at the first football game during the 1956 season. At this time Mr. Leo Ferris was their advisor. For the 1957 football season the thirty girls were newly uniformed and received more extensive training in precision marching. CO-CAPTAINS First row: Patricia Angelos, Arlene Turner, Co-Captains. Second rote: Carol Donovan, Lillian Guinazzo, Ruth Logan, Sandra DeCosta, Ruth Parent, ALirie Fitzpatrick. Third row: Lucia Carolan, Sally Russell, Jacqueline Revnoff, Carol Tracy, Eleanor Kaniinsky, Fern Cross. Fourth row: Maureen Gibbons, Beverly Dwyer, Carolyn Fobes, Edith York, Deborah Bishop, Fifth row: Martha Hampe, Evelyn Robinson, Carmen Mastrocola, Janice Hall, Doris Brrffett. Sixth row: Joan Hern, Judith Lindelof, Pamela Raymond, Jane Sullivan, Hazel Thayer. 76 Under the supervision of their head majorette, Roberta Doherty, the drum majorettes made many fine appearances on the football field this past season. Clad in their new uniforms, they looked very striking. Ann Chapman, a talented acrobat, has been added to the squad this year. CAPTAIN— ROBERTA DOHERTY Lt ' o r i(b : Ann Ch apman, Juliana Peterson, Judith Hinds, Patricia Sampson, Regina Jones, Elaine Felos, Joan Hampe, Ehzabeth Ber ' gren, Judith Burke, Jeanne Bennett. the ruidJL: Captain, Roberta Doherty. 77 I 1 CO-CAPTAINS: R. VINCENT, A. PAPPAS. Despite a disrupted season due to the flu epidemic, the Girls ' Varsity Field Hockey team proceeded to battle with many strong opponents. Under the guidance of their coach, Mrs. Dutton, the girls finished the season with a record of one win, two ties, and three losses. Hockey The Junior Varsity Field Hockey team de- serves a great deal of credit for their record of three wins and one loss. Judging from their determined spirit to win, the group foresees great promise for next year ' s varsity. I J LUCIA CAROLAN - I r C h e e r The girls sold attractive orange and black Stoughton buttons to increase the sum in their treasury. The money will buy uniforms for three new girls who will replace our seniors next year. The cheerleaders also ran the Kick-Off Dance, the first dance of the season, which was a very successful affair. Varsity Basketball The 1958 Stoughton High Basketball Team had its ups and downs. It played some fine basketball while toppling some of the Hockamock League ' s top teams, but it had its weaker moments as well. The opening game was with a non-league opponent, Abington. This game saw the team, coached by Mr. Peter Gerardi, build up a good lead only to dissipate it and lose during over- time. Canton proved a thrilling league opener for the Hockamock competition. Again, an early lead was dwindled away and a loss in the closing seconds resulted. Next, the Black Knights lost another overtime decision to strong Mansfield. Westwood, Easton and Sharon then took successive vic- tories over the S.H.S. hoopmen. Impressive wins over Randolph and Foxboro gave the team a needed lift in spirits. In the opening of the second round of play in the Hockamock League, Canton again defeated the Black Knights, but Stoughton rebounded with substantial wins over Mansfield and Westwood. Co-Captains Ron Lombard and Jay Webster were returning lettermen for the 1958 season. " Skeeze " Sampson and Dave Webster, also lettermen, played fine ball all season long. " Smokey " Martins, intramural leader last year, added scoring punch to his all-round performances as a starting guard. Tom Halinan and " Butch " Pires were strong rebounders and good scorers at the pivot qr in the front court. Jim Barber, " Tuck " Caddell, John Tracy and Henery Chipman have played well in reserve action at various times during the season. First row: " Skeeze " Sampson, " Smokey " Martins, Ron Lombard, Jay ' " ' ebster, Tom Halman, Dave Webster. Second row. Mr. Peter Gerardi. Coach; Jim Adomaitis, Manager; John Traq-, Jim Barber, " Butch " Pires, Henery Chipman, " Tuck " Caddell, Kristian Winroth and Alan Kritzman, Managers; and Mr. Patrick Nessar, Assistant Coach. HOCKAMOCK LEAGUE GAMES Stoughton 4-4 Stoughton 60 Stoughton 46 Stoughton --52 Stoughton 45 Stoughton 55 Stoughton 73 Canton 51 Mansfield 65 Westwood ...48 North Easton 72 Sharon - - 57 Randolph 49 Foxboro 41 Stoughton 45 Stoughton 56 Stoughton .51 Stoughton 25 Stoughton 42 Stougliton 72 Stoughton 74 Canton 62 Mansfield 54 Westwood 40 North Easton 93 Sharon 40 Randolph 59 Foxboro 42 Stoughton -52 SOUTH SHORE TOURNAMENT Silver Lake 49 Stoughton - - 47 VChitman 49 82 flumor Varsity basketball First row: Gerard O ' Neill, John Hutchins, Donald Lewis, Richard Farley, Clayton Beless, Larry Ledin. Second row: Mr. Patrick Nessar, Coach; John Kilroy, Albert Hudson, Peter Barbate, Willian Sheldon, John Hill, Paul Dooley, Chris Winroth, Manager; Alan Kritzman, Manager. This year ' s J. V. basketball team, under the capable coaching of Mr. Patri.ck Nessar, sported a fairly even win-loss record. The team was greatly helped by the tricky dribbling of Tony Hutchins, the tremendous outside power of Gerald O ' Neil, and the varied talents of Don " Monkey " Lewis. " Monkey " proved to be a dangerous threat from all the areas of the floor because of his deadly accuracy. Larry Ledin, an elusive forward, Dick Farley, a superb playmaker, and Clayton Beless, a flashy freshman star, rounded out the team. Also seeing able and helpful action were: Paul Dooley, " Pepi " Hudson, Bill Sheldon, Pete Barbato, Jack Hill, and John Kilroy. The J.V. hoopmen got off to a spirit-lifting start by overpowering Abington 33 to 23 in a non-league clash. The team ' s next foe was Canton, who defeated the Stoughton quintet 39 to 4 in a heart-breaker. From here the team went on to be victorious against Westwood, Randolph, and Foxboro. The team tasted defeat against the strong foes of Mansfield, North Easton, Sharon, and Canton. In several of these games Don Lewis, Gerald O ' Neil and Tony Hutchins, hit double figures in the scoring department. 86 CO-CAPTAINS: Nancy Klund and Peggy Nicholas. Second row: Carol Adams, Fern Cross, Beverly Carrara, Judith Vincent, Regina Jones, Coach; Mrs. Dutton, Brenda Peterson, Marie Fitz- patrick, ' Maureen Gibbons, and Victoria Burns. Missing when picture nas taken were Charlotte Dors, Carmen Mastrocola and Corinne Gill. First row: Carol Altonen, Judy Kemp, Betty Berggren, Alice Porcaro. Ann Chapman. Mary Corht-tt. Second row: Judith Burke, Janet Herron, Janet Wood. Karen Henderson. Karen Murphy, Coach; Mrs Dutton, Juliana Peterson. Carolyn Unda, Sandra Rcis, Bonnie Smith and Ann Edw ard . 87 Center: " Smokey " Martins, Captain, Firsi row. Webster, Bill O ' Brien, Bill Sheldon, " Skeeze " Chester F. Pierce, Assistant Coach. Second roii : O ' Niel, Clayton Beless and Michael Baxter. Mr. Peter Gerardi, Coach; " Tuck " Caddell, Jay Sampson, Da e Webster. Jack DelougFTrey, Mr. Bradford Shaff, Dick Farley. Larry Ledin. Gerald baseball " Ceadiug Candidates for 1958 Coach Gerardi had much work to do if Stoughton was to have a winning baseball team this year. Only three members of the squad were seniors, but many of the under- classmen had received valuable experience in the 1957 season. The 1958 season looked brighter. The returning members of the squad plus the re- turning members from last year ' s freshman team made Stoughton well represented in the anticipated Hockamock League. 88 Seated: Clayton Beless, Thomas Allen, William Sampson, Ronald Lombard, Donald Lewis, David Webster. Standing: Joseph Krowski, Robert DiFabio, Jay Webster, Richard Gerrish, Anthony Pires, Fred Graves, Peter Barbato, Larry Ledin, John Sherlock, Kristian Winroth. Both Tom Allen and " Skecze " Sampson were Gold Medal recipients at the State Meet held in the Boston Garden. " Skecze " turned in his usual speedy performance when he took the 300 yard dash with ease. " Skeeze ' s " time for the event was 34.4 seconds. In the half inile run, Tom Allen turned in one of the finest runs of the meet. Tom set the Stoughton High School Indoor Track record for this event with a time of 2:30.4. Although Tom completely outdistanced all the competitors in his heat, it was his excellent time that earned him the Gold Medal. Bob DiFabio, " Butch " Pires, and Clayton Beles also started for the Black Knights Championship Track Team in the State Meet. All three of them managed to reach the finals in their respective events but they were unable to score. The points compiled by Sampson and Allen were all that Stoughton received. This was due chiefly to the absence of Ron Lombard who was picked to win the 600 yard run and place in the shot put. The indoor meets were a good start for Mr. Mclnerney ' s Black Knights, and they are more anxiously awaiting the approach bf the season. 90 Ifumr Varsity football •t - 111 ' iliti ' " F yst row: Paul Uuoky, Ua id St. Peter. Louis Poillucci, Joeseph Krowski, Lewis, Anthony Felos. John Hill, Richard Hern, John NarduUo, Richard William Joeseph, Paul Shaff, Bradford Shaff, Harry Thomas, Richard Jasmin, Edward McEwan, John Gay, John Polillio, Mr. Mclnerny, Coach. Third Dick Gerrish, William Trepsas, Nelson Hickey, Larry Ledin, James Allen, DiFabio, Alden Hudson, and John Hallinan. (Several students were missing was taken.) John Kilroy, Donald Perkins. Second row: Thomas DeLoughery, roir: Frank Sheehan, William Police, Paul when this photograph First row: Deanna Shapiro, Nancy Wood, Nancy Grasso, Jay Webster, Arlene Turner, Thomas Burbridge, Angela Pappas, Jean Austin, Joan DiFabio, Merlyn Brown. Second row: Judy McEvvan, Donna Jacobs, Joanne Murphy, Carmen Mastrocola, Judith Ellis. Harry Switzer, David Webster, John Giannakoulis, Joanne McGar ey, Cynthia Wales, Karen Murphy, Jacqueline Piriee. Carol Stewart. Third row: David Kremgold, Celeste Poulin, Mary Lou Foley, Carol Adams, Anna Freeman, Sandra Hepworth, Jeanne Fleming, Sandra Benson, Susan Farley, Ellen Randlov, John Bastable. Student Council This year, as in past years, the Student Council, under the direction of Mr. Arthur Penardi, Assistant Principal of Stoughton High School, has done a magnificent job in governing our fine school. The officers for the year 1957-58 were Jay Webster, pres- ident; Arlene Turner, vice president; Thomas Burbridge, treasurer; and Angela Pappas, secretary. The Fall Convention of the Student Council was held at Holbrook High School, November 4, 1957. Those attending were the four officers and John Giannakoulis, Susan Farley, and David Webster. The annual Alumni Basketball Game and Record Hop were successfully conducted by the Student Council on December 27, 1957. The purpose of the Student Council is to indicate in what manner the school can better serve the needs of the pupils. 96 Student Qovemment Sfcchange Stoughton High School was again an active participant in the Student Government Exchange Program of Massachusetts High Schools. A total of ninety-three Massachusetts high schools took part in this program. Stoughton exchanged students with Roxbury Memorial High School (Boys), on March 3, 1958. Our High School Student Council selected the following to be on the ■ exchange committee: Jay Webster, Arlene Turner, Thomas Burbridge, Angela Pappas, and Carmen Mastrocola. This committee, was under the direction of Mr. Arthur Penardi and Mr. Robert McLaughlin. A varied program at both Roxbury Memorial High School and Stoughton High School was prepared. The school buildings were toured, historic and civic sites in both towns were visited, and the delegates attended a session of the Boston City Council and Stoughton Town Meeting, respectively. During February, each exchange committee prepared " Exchange Packages " which were given to the visiting students upon their arrival. The " Exchange Packages " contained information about the school and the community. The Student Exchange Program is known as the Massachusetts Department of Edu- cation ' s " Citizenship in Action " Program. 97 J at ' mal Monor Society The Stoughton Chapter of the National Honor Society had a Nery successful school year. The mem- bership was increased to 66, almost triple the member- ship of the first group in ly ' i-i. On October 25, the N.H.S. held a record hop to begin the school year ' s activities. The annual drives for the Jimmy Fund and for the March of Dimes, in memory of Judith Mitchell and Robert Hallett. respectively, were successfully conducted. In May. the Honor Society held its Second Annual Banquet to conclude the Society ' s program ot activities. Virit roic: Norma Sullivan, Rosalie Vincent, Carol Ann Adams. Mary Grancy. W ' lliium Glover. Virginia Tucker, Jay X ' ebster, Dolores Perdigao. Martha Hampe, Sandra Hcpworth. Ani;cla Pappas. Carol Donovan. Carol Daly. Second rou: Judith Brinson. Davida Carvin, Maureen Gibbons, Janet Herron, Judith Vincent, Joanne McGarvey, Corinne Gill. Sybil Vii ' eissman, Dorothy Galvin, Cynthia Tripp, Patricia Sheehan, Diane Smith, Gladys Mitchell, Shirley Leonard. Thud rou: Gertrude ' Wilding. Georgianna Frost, Alice Porcaro, Eileen Texiera. Cheryl French. Joan Hampe, Jean Baker. Gail Holmes. Carolyn Coit. Estelle Gouiston. Rochelle Feldman. lane Roach. Doris Briffet, Pat O ' Connor, Vivian Bruce. Carolyn Unda. Cynthia Fobes, Sandra Gillespie, Isabelle Jardin. Fourth row: Ira Poole, David McKusick. David Palmer, John Valutkevich, Harry Switzer. Robert Gusciora, Larry Jaynes, Roger Larson, Da id Otto. Walter L ' nda. W ayland Barber, Lawrence Melberg, Thomas Kaminskas, Bradford Schaaf, 98 ' Dramatics Club The Dramatic Club of Stoughton High School is completing its third year as an organized extra- curricular group. More than ninety students in grades 9-12 have their names on the membership list for 1957-58. The interest of the club at the beginning of the school year centered about the " December Play. " The immensely appealing drama " Our Town, " written by Thornton Wilder and based on simple New England life, proved to be not only a worth- while production but a re al challenge to participat- ing students. Over half of the club members worked on stage and back stage in presentmg the play to an appreciati e audience. At Christmas time, nineteen students represented the Dramatists as a Verse Choir on the High School Christmas Festival program with an interpretative reading of Charles Dickens ' " Christmas Carol. " Variety again was the key to another program be- fore the public. This time six members, stressing the theme of " Family Life, " presented individual readings at a meeting of the Stoughton Women ' s Club during the busy mid-year " exam " week. The program was well received. On the entertainment side for club members are scheduled visits to other schools in order to witness play performances and to share dramatic grams. Groups of students have witnessed plays at Boston University, Emerson College and local high schools in this connection. High among the goals of the S.H.S. Dramatics is membership in our own National Thespian. Society Troupe 1675! " Apprentices " and " Journeymen " ot the club work hopefully to gain qualification status and a Thespian pin 1 This year ' s group numbers more than a dozen who hope to be initiated in the spring on " Thespian Day. " A bill of three one-act plays in May and the fare- well outing will round out the year when new of- ficers succeed President Fred Graves, Vice President Dolores Perdigao and Secretary Margaret Nicholas. Our Dramatic Club sponsor is Mr. Pitts, English instructor at S.H.S. 99 Zkesp ' m Society First row: Rochelle Feidman, Carolyn Coit. Second roic: Margaret Nicholas, Wayne Robinson. Da- vida Carvin, Alfred Frizelle, Ruth Parent. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Vogel, the Toastmasters ' Club had another active year. For the first time, the members partic- ipated in the Toastmasters ' programs of neigh- boring schools and in return played host to other clubs. They highlighted their year by at- tending the combined meeting and banquet of the Senior Toastmasters ' Club of Stoughton. Zoast masters ' Club 102 Semaphore Staff Co-operation, effort, and originality can well be the answer to the success of this year ' s Semaphore Staff in producing six of the most outstanding issues ever published by Stoughton High School. The increase in the number of pictures, news stories, and popular articles has broadened the interest of the student body in the Sema- phore. The eleven members of the Editorial Board attended the Boston Globe High School Editors ' Conferences held bi-monthly at the Sheraton Plaza Hotel. An increase in the exchange program gave the staff a chance to learn the methods of publishing that are used in over fifty secondary schools scattered in all parts of the United States. Under the guidance of Miss Julia Hurley and the capable leader- ship of the Editor-in-Chief, Carol Daley, the Semaphore Staff had a very successful and rewarding year. 103 M ' s Qlee Club The year 1957-58 provided an innovation within the music department, namely, the organization of the first Men ' s Glee Club at Stoughton High School. Under the able direction of Miss Clare Driscoll, the group experienced a very successful year and showed much promise. James Brown and Harry Mettler were co-presidents of the club. The group gave outstanding performances at the Christmas Festival and also at, the musical festival which was held in April. 104 (girls ' Qlee Club The Girls ' Glee Club had a very encouraging first year under the direction of Miss Clare DriscoU, the music supervisor. There are fifty enthusiastic girls in the club. Senior Lillian Guinazzo and sophomore Nancy Fahey served as co-presidents. The club presented a Christmas Festival in conjunction with the Men ' s Glee Club, the Orchestra and the Dramatic Club. In April, they presented a music festival to con- clude a very successful year. The Stoughton High School Band, after completing an active fall season playing at the football games, parades, and rallies, culmin- ated its activities for the year 1957 with two Christmas concerts in the gymnasium. The year 19 8 brings a promise of many more colorful per- formances by this growing musical organization. The Band, in conjunc- tion with the High School Choral groups, presented its Second Annual Spring Concert in May. Arrange- ments are also being made at this time to transport the 40-piece group and nine majorettes to Quincy where it will perform at the Southwestern Massachusetts Music Festival on May 10. Career Jorum The Career Forum is a small organization composed of Seniors and Juniors. The pur- pose of the forum is to encourage student par- ticipation in the pro- grams presented by the Guidance Department. These forums deal with careers into which many students will enter after graduation from high school. The programs are en- joyable and helpful to all students who avail themselves of the op- portunity to attend them. Many of the stu- dents who make use of the library facilities are ably assisted by the li- brary assistants. They are selected by the li- brarian, Miss Simmons. These students give up their free time in order to help other students at Stoughton High School make better use of the library. Cibrary Assistants Class Song Forever and ever, we ' ll always be true Be true, Stoughton High School, be true to you We re parting in sorrow, we re parting in grief But our sweet memories of you will never cease Let ' s all remember our friendships With classmates and with our teachers, too Old Stoughton High we ' ll remember you true Remember you in our sweet memories Kejnember our supper; remember our dance We worked together hand in hand Those yearbook meetings: our work in demand We did all these things to make our yearbook just grand Then came our wonderful class play And how beautiful was our prom Our graduation we ' ll never forget Those good times we ' ve had will linger on. Those four years of high school; the fun that had It ' s time to leave now, but are we glad There ' s many opinions, of yea and of no But with one thought we leave to our school we go Dear high school we leave you in sorrow How soon those four years sped by But let ' s not forget all the wonderful times Which through the years have been multiplied Forever and ever, we ' ll always be true Be true, Stoughton High School: be true to you We ' re parting in sorrow; we ' re parting in grief But our sweet memories of you will never cease. we ve wh en 114 Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 SHAWMUT WOOLEN MILLS Congra+ula+ions to the Class of 1958 JIMMY ' S BROOKFIELD SUPER MARKET ENGINEERING Pledged to Better LABORATORIES, INC. Serve the Public —FREE DELIVERY— Fleldbrook 4-9310 Fleldbrook 4-9311 253 Pleasant Street STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of NORFOLK PACKAGE STORE EAST BRAINTREE. MASS. Pat Carrara Fred Parsons M M VARIETY 100 Perry Street Fi-4 2203 Compliments of DYKEMAN ELECTRIC CO. 24 Wyman Street STOUGHTON. MASS. Best Wishes DOM STAULA PLUMBING AND HEATING Complimen+s of HAMPE NURSERIES Compliments of STOUGHTON LAUNDRY Established 191! Compliments JOE ' S SHELL STATION 825 Washington Street TinLE JOE " AND " TONY- MARTIN ' S MODEL MARKET 22 Porter St.— Tel. Fi. 4-2431 Groceries — Beer and Wines Compliments of STOUGHTON VARIETY STORE HUGGARD EWING Auto Sales 1317 Washington St., Stoughton Tel. Fleldbrook 4-3120 Compliments of the RELIABLE LAUNDRY Compliments of TED ANGELOS Contractor and Builder Tel. Fleldbrook 4-3944 652 Plain St. BARTON ' S Your Family Shoe Store 770 Washington Street Stoughton CEDAR LODGE Compliments of FLOWERS BY CELI CHURCHILL OIL CO. 117 Compliments of A K CDir AM BILTRITE CO. 56 Monk Street STOUGHTON. MASS. GILL MACHINE CO. Manufacturers of Machinery Cylindrica l Grinding SOUTHWORTH CT. Tel. Fi. 4-3821 Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 From PERDIGAO ' S SUPER MARKET Compliments of RIST-WAY CLEANERS Washington street Paints — Wallpaper Complete Stock SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 7 Wyman Street STOUGHTON, MASS. Tel. Fi. 4-3798 LUBE WASH INGRAM ' S JENNEY SERVICE 500 Washington Street STOUGHTON, MASS. AAA-ALA Open 7 AM to 1 AM Compliments of KENNEDY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 118 CHINA VILLA RESTAURANT 388 South Main Street Sharon SUnset 4-3262 Tfel ■ ' ■) ' «r ' dHiiB LUU J BEAUTY SHOPPE 1943 Central Street W. STOUGHTON. MASS. Fleldbrook 4-4240 Heartiest Congratulations STOUGHTON MEDICAL SOCIETY GEORGE H. HOMER. INC. Contractor and Builder 791 Sumner St. STOUGHTON, MASS. Fleldbrook 4-9523 Complinnents of EDWARD C. LINDELOF SONS. INC. 989 Washington St. STOUGHTON VERA ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE 9 Pearl St. STOUGHTON, MASS. For Appointment Call Fl. 4-3040 Tel. Fi. 4-2652 Est. 1900 A. B. WINROTH SONS Antiques Auctioneers 378 Washington St., Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of FOSTERS cSSO bcKVlOb blAllUN Route 138 Canton, Mass. Compliments of JOHANSON ' S CAKE SHOP 805 Washington St. Compliments of PORTER ST. RESTAURANT TAL POWERS Compliments of PAPPAS SHOE REBUILDERS 5 Pearl St. 119 Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of PETE WALLAN Compliments of JOHN C. WEBSTER. JR. Compliments of SIMONDS CHEVROLET Sales Chevrolet Service 278 Washington St. STOUGHTON. MASS. ANTHONY RAYMOND SON Plumbing and Heating 27 Britton Street STOUGHTON, MASS. Fl. 4-4209 Compliments of VAN ' S BARBER SHOP Wyman Street Stoughton Compliments of BOB ' S MARKET 295 PARK STREET Established 1844 Fl. 4-2563 PORTER COAL CO.. INC. Coal — Coke — Fuel Oils Office and Yard, Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. TWIN-KEE MFG. CO. Men ' s and Boys ' Rain Wear Newspapers Magazines Toys RANDOLPH NEWS STORE Mr. and Mrs. G. Pappas 6 A.M.— 10 P.M. Fountain Service Candy DOROTHY JEANS BAKERY 69 Canton St. Fl. 4-2991 Calces for All Occasions Compliments of STOUGHTON LIONS CLUB GLENN ' S GREENHOUSE 358 Park Street STOUGHTON, MASS. Fl. 4-3620 120 Compliments of THE STOUGHTON HARDWARE Appraisers Auctioneers JOHN J. ROGERS SON Real Estate — Insurance Tel. or Fl. 4-4202 Fl. 4-9192 805 Washington St. STOUGHTON PLEASANT VIEW MANOR For Convalescence and Rest 1613 Central St. STOUGHTON. MASS. Fl. 4-9461 Compliments of HARRIS F. HOLSTEIN D.M.D. Real Estate Insurance FRANCIS T. CRIMMINS 7A Pearl St. Stoughton Fi. 4-9631 Compliments of STOUGHTON DINER Compliments of JOE DEVITO Best Wishes DR. BURTON GERSON Optometrist Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of DR. BERNARD H. HOWES 17 Pearl St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of LEON ' S DRIVE-IN 355 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. CAL ' S COFFEE HOUSE OPEN II A.M.— I A.M. Compliments of JOE ' S GULF SERVICE DEXTER ' S SUNOCO SERVICENTER 420 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. We Issue S H Green Stamps 121 Compliments of WALENT COAL COMPANY Dealers in Coal — Coke — Fuel Oil CANTON ST., STOUGHTON Fl. 4-2752 Compliments of Stoughton Office RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Congratulations EASTERN WINDOW MANFACTURING COMPANY INC. 1536 Washington Street STOUGHTON, MASS. Compliments of WILLOW BROOK FARM STORE 1989 Central St., Stoughton, Mass. Joseph DICastro, Prop. Typewriters Rented and Sold OLIVE KLUND 2 1 Plnewood Ave. Compliments of INDEPENDENT LUMBER CO. Congratulations GAY THE FLORIST 399 Pleasant Street Complete Floral Service Fl. 4-2812 " For That After Graduation Diamond " STRAND JEWELERS Certified Gemologist Registered Jeweler Canton, Mass. Compliments of M. J. BRICKELL D.M.D. Compliments of THERIAULT BROTHERS PAINTERS AND DECORATORS TOWN OIL Tony DiCastro 75 Washington St. Canton 38 LOUNGE Compliments of NORFOLK LUMBER. INC. 122 Compliments of A FRIEND Our Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 THE STOUGHTON CHRONICLE AND NEWS-SENTINEL " Your Home Town Newspaper " AUGUSTUS H. SULLIVAN Publisher ALBERT ARSENAULT Associate Editor AL SAVIN I STOUGHTON SAND GRAVEL CO. General Contractor Since 1931 Ready-Mixed Concrete Complete Foundation Work Specialists in every type of excavating and grading — Granolithic and Bitum- inous Concrete Work — Drainage Work — Permanent Walks and Drives 168 Washington St., Route 138 STOUGHTON. MASSaCHUSEHS Fleldbrook 4-2020; 4-2021 4-2022 Compliments of POLILLIO BROS., INC. General Contractors STOUGHTON. MASS. 123 Best Wishes Compliments of Class of 1958 JAMES B. COTTER WOMAN ' S APPAREL Funeral Home 39 Grove St. FI4-3I03 Congratulations NARDOZZI S REXALL DRUG MICHAbL b. NAKlJvJZ.Z.1 Reg. Pharm. CONNORS WAYSIDE FURNITURE Furniture Co., Inc. 2239 Washington St. CANTON. MASS. CA. 6-0785 S. B. SIMEONE. Pres. B. A. SIMEONE. Treas. STOUGHTON CRUSHED STONE CO. IMMACULATE Crushed Stone and Bituminous Concrete Plant and Office 1 101 Turnpike St. Stoughton, Mass. FI4-22I 1 Wrentham Plant Green St. WRENTHAM, MASS. EV4-3I6I CONCEPTION CYO Cordial Best Wishes for a Happy Future to the Class of 1958 124 PETERSON ELECTRIC CO. 15 Porter St. Fi4-443 1 BOWIE PET SHOP " Everything for Your Pets " 284 Main St. Brockton, Mass. Tel. JU-3334 Compliments of COLONIAL HARDWARE Compliments of STOUGHTON BEAUTY SHOP Best Wishes WILCORT JEWELERS Washington Street Stoughton BLUM BROTHERS BUILDERS Tel. Fi4-2I4I BOMHARD BROTHERS Auto Electric Tel. Fi4-9872 Congratulations Certified Watchmaking Graduate Gemologist Compliments of ci icKinci nci i atccqcm oKlblNUtL UtLI A 1 tootIN Cobbs Corner Canton — Sharon — Stoughton Line Compliments of J M AUTO SERVICE 612 Washington Street South Easton, Mass. Tel. 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