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

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STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1646 00134 9797 PUBLIC LIBRAPY STOUGHTON, MA 02072 REFERENCE " Our life is like some vast lake that is slowly filling with the stream of our years. As the waters creep surely upward, the land- marks of the past are one by one submerged. But there shall always be memory to lift its head above the tide until the lake is over- flowing. " Upon graduation our memories are of these landmarks, which are discovered all through our four years of high school. Now they will begin to submerge, and we will encounter more complex frontiers. It will be our responsibility, with the use of the skills we have learned at Stoughton High, to overcome any barriers that impede our pro- gress. In years to come, when our vast lake is overflowing with knowl- edge, we will turn to the pages of our Stotonian, and our high school memories will come floating to the surface. Faculty and Administration Seniors 1 Boys ' Sports 6 Girls ' Sports 8 Activities 9 Underclassmen 12 Advertisments 12 Faculty and student body members of Stoughton High School were deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Peter R. Gerardi, one of their most respected teachers, on August 12, 1962. In remembrance of this courageous man, admired and loved by all, the senior class dedicates the 1963 Stotonian. Despite personal sacrifice, Mr. Gerardi faithfully served his students for eight years; and, as teacher-coach, he won the admiration of everyone by devoting his talents for their guidance and welfare. Mr. Gerardi has set a fine example for the students of Stoughton High School and his memory will continue to influence their lives. 3 OUR CLASS ADVISOR We, the Class of 1963, wish to express our most deep appreciation and gratitude to our class advisor, Mr. Chester Peirce, for the time and eflfort put forth by him so that our last years of high school could be more profitable and re- warding. 4 SCHOOL COMMITTEE Seated: Edmund Daly, Margaret Whitehead, Robert Buckley, Dr. Appleton Woodward, Chairman, David Benjamin, Joseph Gibbons, Superintendent. TO THE CLASS OF " 63 " " And what are wars but politics transformed from chronic, to acute, and bloody? " Robert Frost You are graduating into the world of the Thermo-nuclear Era, a complete new phase in a manner of living which can be either profit- able or destructive. It will return a profit that will insure peace upon our earth or a loss that may end in our complete annihilation. Do not let yourselves become pawns in the faction that spreads confusion, hysteria and untruths; but continue your education, the highest priv- ilege that is granted to you in a democracy to seek out facts, reasons, and truths. A hundred years ago, Emerson told his generation that " this time, like all times is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. " Appleton C. Woodward, M.D. Chairman, Stoughton School Committee 6 SUPERINTENDENT JOSEPH H. GIBBONS To the Class of 1963: We all know very vividly that we live in a dangerous age. It is, however, a great age, like the days of our frontier, since it is rich in opportunity. Professional or vocational opportunities are opening in every direction, but all of them depend heavily on knowledge. You must be willing to accept the challenge by pursuing knowledge and growing in the power to use it. If you pursue the right learning, then you will grow in wisdom. As future citizens you must see others as individuals of dignity and worth. I hope that you have developed an understanding and a deep appreciation of equality and a firm sense of righteousness. I congratulate you on your attainments, and I extend my best wishes to all of you in the years ahead. Go forth and assume your proper place in our democratic society for you are fully equal to the demands that life will put upon you. 7 PRINCIPAL TO THE CLASS OF 1963: Graduation for your class has special significance for me since your entrance into high school and my appointment as principal were contemporaneous. Your individual and collective contributions to the school have enriched and rewarded my administrative duties. For this selfless service to the school, I express my personal gratitude, and, in so doing, reflect the senti- ments of the faculty and underclassmen. Your graduation also has significance for your par- ents and your country. In many instances your parents have made personal sacrifices to insure your edu- cation — your goals, ambitions, and achievements should be of a character to have warranted these sacrifices. Your country needs your talents to the degree that this nation will continue to be the bulwark of world freedom. In closing, please accept my best wishes for your future happiness and success. Thomas J. Whalen Principal THOMAS J. WHALEN 8 ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ARTHUR L. PENARDI TO THE CLASS OF 1963 President Kennedy states — " The strength of our democracy is no greater than the collective well-being of our people. The level of physical fitness of every American citizen must be our constant concern. " Never before has physical fitness been more im- portant than it is today. The advances in technology and the complexities of our present day society, de- mand the development of our intellects to their maxi- mum potential. It also requires the physical stamina to maintain this pace. Alert minds within strong bodies are a necessary requisite to create the will to resist the tyrannical forces threatening free men in the world today. As individuals I urge you to continue to participate in healthful recreational activities throughout your life- time, while you maintain your demonstrated academic interests and activities. I extend my best wishes to each of you for your Arthur L. Penardi Assistant Principal DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON TO THE CLASS OF 1963 Recent scientific, economic and diplomatic devel- opments have been rapid to a degree perhaps never before matched in world history. What are the implications of these developments with reference to the Class of 1963? Initially some of these changes appear to make life more interesting, more comfortable and more bounti- ful in material things. However, other developments seem to make life more complex, and in some in- stances, even precarious. Perhaps, most important, these changes present a challenge to the new graduate for immediate and sus- tained growth and development which often means continuation of education, either formal or informal. Education may well prove to be the salvation of our nation and of our democratic way of life. As graduates of Stoughton High School you may enter this new world, well prepared to accept this challenge in the manner best suited to your particular talents. Best wishes to each and every one of you in this most important effort to meet your responsibilities as a graduate of Stoughton High School and as an Amer- ican citizen. Albert C. Williamson Director of Guidance 9 MR. FRANK V. BURKE Mathematics MR. GERARD P. ANTONELLIS Industrial Arts (Dir.) MISS CAROLEANN BREADY Commercial MR. CARLTON F. CORMIER Social Studies 10 MISS RITA V. LAVALLEE Foreign Language (Dir.) MR. CHESTER E. LYNCH Physical Education MR. ROBERT L. LYNCH Social Studies MR. FRANCIS E. MAIOLI MRS. DOROTHY A. MR. FRANCIS A. MC GEOUGH Commercial MANCHESTER Industrial Arts Guidance MR. ROBERT J. MC LAUGHLIN MISS GALE MC MAHON MISS WINIFRED MURPHY Social Studies (Dir.) Science Social Studies 13 Cafeteria Help Helen Lehan (Dir.). Ethel Holmes. Margaret Berry, Ruth Russell. Mary Sullivan. Lillian Altonen. Superintendent ' s Office Principal ' s Office Seated: Miss Dorothea M. Ahearn. Standing: Miss Carol JefTerson, Mrs. Grace M. Anderson. Miss Mary La- Civita. Seated: Mrs. Doris L. Crumbley. Standing: Mrs. Bar- bara Leahy. Mrs. Bernice Burrill. Custodians Seated: John Cowgill, Peter O ' Donnell. Stand- ing: Peter Wallan, George Gay, William Horn. 16 emr 3 CLASS HISTORY Freshmen President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Mark Hutchins Susan Farley Joanne Siegfried Paul Giannakoulis Executive Committee: Dianne Bartlett, John Fallon, Richard Larson, Rachel Magoon, Ann Russell Student Council: Dorothy Brown. Willa Gerridge. Ju- dith McEvvan, Mary Quental, Ann Russell, Nancy Wood Sophomore President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Mark Hutchins Susan Farley Joanne Siegfried Paul Giannakoulis Executive Committee: Dianne Bartlett, Robert Chap- man, Willa Gerridge, Richard Larson, Raymond Sedar, Linda Witt Student Council: Mary Quental. Nancy Wood Junior President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Walter Parshley Evelyn Carrara Dorothy Brown Jay Twomey Executive Committee: Dianne Bartlett. Joseph Cad- dell. Robert Chapman. Willa Gerridge, Thomas Heber- ling. Shirley Lashua. Ann Russell, Janet Sherlock, Linda Witt, Nancy Wood Student Council: Joseph Caddell, John Fallon, Judith McEwan, Mary Quental. Delores Rodrigues Honor Society: Dianne Bartlett. Meredith Benjamin. Susan Farley. Mary Quental, Ann Russell, Richard Sheftman. Linda Switzer. Janice Wong Cheerleaders: Judith McEwan, Janet Sherlock, Joanne Siegfried, Linda Witt (alternate), Janice Wong (alter- nate) Majorettes: Ann Baglole (alternate). Joanne Callahan, Christina Fobes, Frankie Ann Simonds, Nancy Wood, Janice Woodbury Girls " State Boys " State Senior President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Janice Wong Paul Giannakoulis Mark Hutchins Richard Sheftman Jay Twomey Walter Parshley Evelyn Carrara Dianne Bartlett Jay Twomey Executive Committee: Dorothy Brown, Joseph Caddell, Robert Chapman, Jean Cox. John Homer, Judith Mc- Ewan. John Pitta. Ann Russell. Shepard Wilbar. Linda Witt Student Council: John Fallon (President). Paul Gianna- koulis, Dennis Johnson (Treasurer), Judith McEwan (Secretary), Dolores Rodrigues, Ann Russell, Janice Wong (Vice-President) Honor Society: Dianne Bartlett (Secretary), Meredith Benjamin, Susan Farley, Janice Horvitz, Judith Mc- Ewan, Daniel McGrahan, Mary Quental, Ann Russell (Treasurer), Marcia Ryan, Richard Sheftman (Presi- dent), Elaine Sissa, Linda Switzer, Janice Wong (Vice- President) Semaphore Editor-in-Chief Yearbook Editors-In-Chief Sports Captains (Boys) Football Basketball Track Sports Captains (Girls) Field Hockey Basketball Softball Dianne Bartlett Ann Baglole Richard Sheftman Jay Twomey Paul Giannakoulis Mark Hutchins Robert Chapman Bernard Reilley Susan Farley Dianne Bartlett Marcia Ryan Dianne Bartlett Prom Southern Cotillion Cheerleaders: Patricia Birtwistle, Judith McEwan (Captain), Janet Sherlock, Linda Witt, Janice Wong Majorettes: Ann Baglole, Christina Fobes, Frankie Ann Simonds, Nancy Wood (Captain), Janice Wood- bury (Co-captain) Project Varsity Rats 18 CLASS OF WALTER PARSHLEY President 1963 EVELYN CARRARA Vice-President DIANNE BARTLETT Secretary JAY TWOMEY Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Row: D. Brown, L. Witt, S. Farley, A. Russell, J. Cox, J. McEwan. Second Row: R. Chapman, J. Homer, J. Fallon, J. Caddell, J. Pitta, and S. Wiibar, absent. 19 Pet Peeve: Snohs Ambition: Certified Public Account- lw ) 7 ort. Bookkeeper PATRICIA MARY ALLEN ant ' Tat " Pastime: Kenny Pet Peeve: Under-Classmen Ambition: To be happy ELLEN MARIE ANGELL ■•Ellen " Pastime: Writing to Frank Pet Peeve: The Air Force Ambition: Social Secretary PAUL WILLIAM ANGELL ••Devil " Pastime: Corcoran ' s Pet Peeve: My sister Ambition: Engineer ANN FLORENCE BAGLOLE • ' Ann " Pastime: Arguing with Dick and Pam, of course. Pet Peeve: People who gripe over everything and anything. Ambition: To be happy and success- ful 21 ROBERT DAVID BARNIE " Boops " Pcisrime: Sleeping Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning Ambition: To be successful DIANNE LYNDA BARTLETT " Dinah " Pastime: Eating Pet Peeve: Homework over so-called vacations Ambition: To be a physical educa- tion instructor MEREDITH BENJAMIN " A erf Pastime: Talking with the girls Pet Peeve: High lockers Ambition: To be a teacher JOAN ELIZABETH BARRETT " Joannie " Pastime: Being with Harry Pet Peeve: Doing homework Ambition: To get married GARY DANIEL BERTRAND " Gary " Pastime: Working on cars Pet Peeve: Working on homework Ambition: Mechanic 22 CARLENE BIEEIN " Carlene " Pastime: Eighting with Granny Pet Peeve: Physiology tests Ambition: Nursing SUSAN ELIZABETH BRADLEY ' Red " Pastime: W.R.S. Pet Peeve: Waiting Ambition: To be happy PATRICIA FRANCES BIRTWISTLE " Bertie " Pastime: Having fun and cheering for the boys Pet Peeve: C.H.S. Ambition: To be a Medical Secretary DOROTHY PATRICIA BROWN " Dottie " Pastime: Making people happy Pet Peeve: Being on time Ambition: To be an Airline Steward- ess GILBERT RAY BOWKER " Gil " Pastime: Amateur radio Pet Peeve: School Ambition: To be an Electronic Tech- nician or Engineer MAUREEN PATRICIA BURNS " Moe " Pastime: Writing letters Pet Peeve: Snobbish people Ambition: To be happy 23 DAVID FORREST CADDELL " Rusty " Pastime: Hiking Pet Peeve: Getting up Ambition: To be a Certified Public Accountant JOSEPH NEWELL CADDELL " Joe " Pastime: B.P.M. Pet Peeve: Physics Lab Ambition: To be top man JOANNE LEONISSA CALLAHAN " Cally " Pastime: Writing letters Pet Peeve: Waiting Ambition: To be happy OSCAR ABREU CAMPANARIO " O " Pastime: " Tango " Pet Peeve: Stoughton girls Ambition: To graduate in ' 63 RICHARD CARBONE " Rich " Pastime: Ham radio Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: Radio-T.V. repairman RICHARD LEE CARDEIRO " Rick- Pastime: Listening to the radio Pet Peeve: Houston Oilers Ambition: To be a success 24 PAUL THOMAS CAROLAN " P.Tr Pastime: Working for M.J.N. Pet Peeve: Spanish and Ma Ambition: To marry a millionaire EVELYN ANNE CARRARA " Evey " Pastime: " 53 Mercury Pet Peeve: Having to be on time Ambition: Happiness HINDA RUTH CARVIN " Hinda " Pastime: Listening to the radio Pet Peeve: Certain people Ambition: Successful Secretary MARIE MARYANN CASSIDY " Hoppy " Pastime: Going out with Dave Pet Peeve: Tests Ambition: To be happy PATRICIA ANN CASSIDY ' Pat " Pastime: Playing whist Pet Peeve: Riding on the school bus Anibition: To be independent SUSAN JANE CAVEDON " Siie " Pastime: Sewing Pet Peeve: Typing tension Ambition: Foreign travel 25 STEVEN FRANCIS CHAPLAIN " Steve " Pastime: Outdoor work Pet Peeve: School Ambition: A service career ROBERT GRAY CHAPMAN " Chappy " Pastime: Sports Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be a physical education RITA LEE CHAPMAN " Rita " Pastime: Boys Pet Peeve: Report cards Ambition: Secretary and model JOAN ROCHELLE CHASKES " Joni " Pastime: Being with the kids Pet Peeve: My own stupidity Ambition: Social worker SCOTT ALAN CHESWORTH " Chez " Pastime: Loafing Pet Peeve: Homeroom teachers Ambition: To have a good life BEVERLY ANN COLSCH " Bev " Pastime: Sleeping and bowling Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be successful and happy 26 FREDERICK JOHN COLSCH " Freddy " Pastime: Bowling Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: Public Accountant RICHARD EDWARD CORBETT " Dick " Pastime: Bowling Pet Peeve: Unhappy teachers Ambition: To hit " 400 " THOMAS EDWARD COSATO " Grape " Pastime: Going to Canton Pet Peeve: American Chop Suey on Mondays Ambition: To be successful JEAN ELLEN COX " Jean " Pastime: Sleeping Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To finish college with a good time ABIGAIL CREAN " Gail " Pastime: Going out and having fun Pet Peeve: Cold coffee Ambition: To be happy ROBERT ALBERT CREAN " Bob " Pastime: Working Pet Peeve: Twenty minute lunches Ambition: To be rich 27 JOSEPH FRANCIS CREPEAU " Joe " Pastime: Thinking Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To succeed in all my en- deavors ROBERT SAMUEL CROSS " Bob " Pastime: Donna Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To succeed MARILYN RUTH CRUMBLEY " Marilyn " Pastime: Sewing and driving Pet Peeve: Mr. Coen Ambition: Secretary WARREN FREDERICK DAHLIN " Rick " Pastime: Eating Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: Doctor SANDRA ELLEN DEAN " Dean-o " Pastime: Having fun Pet Peeve: Dinksy and Doris Ambition: To travel and to fly DIANE MARGARET DeCAPOT " Cappy " Pastime: Having fun with the gang and dreaming Pet Peeve: Mr. Peirce ' s physiology tests Ambition: Anesthetist 28 MICHAEL LOUIS DRAGO " Mike " Pastime: Sports Pet Peeve: Reading Ambition: Engineer MARIE CHRISTINE DRISCOLL • ' Wee D. ' Pastime: Riding Pet Peeve: Boys cracking their knuckles in class Ambition: To be a physical education teacher MILDRED MARIE DRUM " Millie " Pastime: Driving my car Pet Peeve: Spanish Ambition: To go to Stonehill PAUL RICHARD DUTTON JR. " Rick- Pastime: Playing sports Pet Peeve: Teachers Ambition: To make $50,000 a year SHIRLEY JOAN EGERTON " ShirV Pastime: Writing notes Pet Peeve: " Know-it-alls " Ambition: To be happy ROSEMARY ELLIS " Pud " Pastime: Driving Pet Peeve: My car, when it won ' t start Ambition: Biology teacher 29 RONALD DOUGLAS EMANATION " Ronnie " Pastime: Working Pet Peeve: Slow drivers Ambition: To succeed CHERYL ADELL EWING " Zsa Zsa " Pastime: Roller skating Pet Peeve: Mr. Cornier Ambition: To be a model ROSALIE EMERY " Rose " Pastime: Making my own clothes Pet Peeve: My boss Ambition: To be a hairdresser or a bookkeeper JOHN WILLIAM FALLON " Stretch " Pastime: Sports Pet Peeve: Physics laboratory Ambition: History teacher or basket- ball coach SUSAN FARLEY " Sue " Pastime: Talking to Pete Pet Peeve: Sarcastic people Ambition: Teacher CHRISTINA FOBES " Tina " Pastime: Basketball Pet Peeve: Monitors Ambition: To be a secretary 30 JOHN ALBERT FORGER " Fee gee " Pastime: Girls Pet Peeve: Miss Darney ' s English class Ambition: To be successful OTIS PERSHING FORRESTER " Oatie " Pastime: Loafing Pet Peeve: School Ambition: To go into the mechanics field JAMES EDWARD FORS " Forsie " Pastime: Reading Pet Peeve: School Ambition: To be a success PAMELA JEAN FRENCH " Pam " Pastime: Room 25, where else? Pet Peeve: People without a sense of humor Ambition: Zoology major CAROL ANN FRIZELLE " Friz " Pastime: Reading Pet Peeve: Waiting for people Ambition: To be a secretary PATRICIA ANN FULLERTON " Pat- Pastime: Sleeping and roller skating Pet Peeve: Jack Ambition: To be a Practical Nurse 31 VIRGINIA JOAN GAMBRAZZIO " Ginny " Pastime: Reading Pet Peeve: Running to lunch Ambition: To be a secretary L CATHERINE MARIE GARERI " Cathy " Pastime: Talking on the telephone Pet Peeve: " A " Lunch Ambition: To be an office worker STEVEN MITCHELL GARJIAN " Steve " Pastime: Working Pet Peeve: Pretentious people Ambition: To be a doctor PAUL FRANCIS GAY " Gayza " Pastime: Talking on the telephone Pet Peeve: Boredom Ambition: To live a long, happy life THOMAS RALPH GAY " Tom " Pastime: Thumbing up Central Street Pet Peeve: Physics Lab Ambition: To be a meteorologist WILLIAM KNIGHTLY GAY " Bill- Pastime: Fishing Pet Peeve: English IV Ambition: To be a Civil Engineer 32 CAROL ANN GEAR " Carol " Pastime: John Pet Peeve: School lunches Ambition: Secretary ASHLEY LYNNE GEDDES " Ash " Pastime: Drawing Pet Peeve: The monitors Ambition: To be a teacher WILLA MARGUERITE GERRIDGE ■Willa ' Pastime: B.P.M. Pet Peeve: Long lunch lines Ambition: Some field of Advertising PAUL GIANNAKOULIS " Po]o " Pastime: Sports Pet Peeve: " C " lunch Ambition: To be a teacher and coach WILLIAM JOSEPH GIBSON " Buddy " Pastime: Building and racing stock cars Pet Peeve: Stoughton lunches Ambition: To be an Automotive En- gineer ROBERT FRANCIS GIFFORD " Giff " Pastime: Loafing Pet Peeve: None Ambition: To make a career of the U.S. Navy 33 JOSEPH JAMES GOOD " Goody " Pastime: Nothing Per Peeve: School Ambition: To be a draftsman WAYNE JOSEPH GRAVES " Gravie Train " Pastime: " Nothin " Pet Peeve: Rumors Ambition: To be a draftsman WILLIAM ALBERT GRANEY • ' Bill- Pastime: The " " Tango " Pet Peeve: Stoughton girls Ambition: To graduate in ' 63 LORETTA ANN GREGORY " Lorry " Pastime: Being with Johnny Pet Peeve: School lunches Ambition: Secretary DIANNE LORRAINE GRANLUND " Granny " Pastime: Mr. Peirce ' s homework Per Peeve: Stale cookies at lunch Ambition: To be an English teacher DONALD JOSEPH GUENETTE " Don " Pastime: Reading Pet Peeve: Boisterous people Ambition: To be a success 34 WILLIAM KENNETH GUINAZZO " Wild Willie " Pastime: Watching girls Pet Peeve: Girls that are going steady with other boys Ambition: To work at S.H.S. showing movies to Home Ec. Classes THOMAS QUENTIN HEBERLING " Dipper " Pastime: Peddling papers Pet Peeve: School lunches Ambition: To graduate and to go to Eastern Tech HERBERT ALAN HERN " Herb " Pastime: Baseball Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be a teacher and coach ELMER EDWIN HOLMES " Elmer " Pastime: Bowling Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: Accountant JOHN FRANCIS HOMER " Jack " Pastime: Sleeping Pet Peeve: People cutting in line at lunch Ambition: To be a success ROBERT VERNON HOPE " Hopie " Pastime: " Tango " Pet Peeve: Stoughton girls Ambition: To be a dancer or a play- boy 35 JANICE APRIL HORVITZ " Jan " Pastime: Beating Dick at ping-pong Pet Peeve: Knuckle cracking Ambition: To achieve happiness, suc- cess, and security GERTRUDE ELIZABETH HOWARD " Trudy " Pastime: Working after school Pet Peeve: Student Monitors Ambition: To be a secretary MARK WILLIAM HUTCHINS " Hutch " Pastime: Discussing life ' s problems with Sheldon Parsh Pet Peeve: Being disturbed while at Furbush ' s Ambition: To be a millionaire MARGARET MARY HYDE " Marggie " Pastime: Aggravating my English teacher Pet Peeve: A certain English teacher Ambition: To be a licensed practical nurse DENNIS FRANCIS JOHNSON " Big Ben " Pastime: " Nothin " Pet Peeve: Parents and rumors Ambition: To be an architectural de- signer JOHN PHILIP JORDAN " Jungle " Pastime: Working at C.F. Pet Peeve: Reporting at 7:45 a.m. Ambition: Success Engineer 36 ROSEANN FRANCINE KAIRIS " Rose " Pastime: Bowling Pet Peeve: School Ambition: To be a typist DONALD CHARLES KELLY " Kell " Pastime: Keeping the Pontiac running Pet Peeve: Dead weekends Ambition: To graduate GARY BYRON LA FOREST " Gary " Pastime: Playing the organ Pet Peeve: Dan Ambition: Priesthood RICHARD GUSTAF LARSON " Rocky " Pastime: De Molay Pet Peeve: English Ambition: To own a business SHIRLEY JEAN LASHUA " Shirle " Pastime: Roller skating and having fun Pet Peeve: Moody people Ambition: To go to college MARIE HELEN LE BLANC " Marie " Pastime: Driving and listening to music Pet Peeve: One way stairs Ambition: To be a secretary 37 PETER JAMES LINDELOF " Pete " Pastime: Susan Pet Peeve: Unfortunate people who aren ' t Swedes Ambition: To be a landscape archi- tect EDWARD FRANCIS MANNING " Mouse " Pastime: Friday nights in Bonsey ' s car Pet Peeve: Saturday mornings Ambition: To graduate JAMES ELBERT LUCIER " Deputy " Pastime: Working on cars Pet Peeve: Working Saturday night Ambition: To be a pilot PETER JOHN McARDLE " Pete " Pastime: Baseball Pet Peeve: New York Yankees Ambition: Maritime Officer RACHEL LEE MAGOON " Rae " Pastime: Mike Pet Peeve: Conceited people Ambition: To be a clerical worker BARBARA FRANCES McCARTHY " Barb " Pastime: Sleeping and roller skating Pet Peeve: Conceited people Ambition: To be a nurse 38 MARY ELLEN McEACHRON " Harp " Pastime: Having fun Pet Peeve: Conceited people Ambition: Secretary JUDITH CARLENE McEWAN " Judi " Pastime: Drawing Pet Peeve: People who can ' t take a joke Ambition: To be a teacher DANIEL PATRICK McGRAHAM " Dan " Pastime: Listening to records Pet Peeve: Gary Ambition: To go to college MARCIA ANN McSTOWE " Shorty " Pastime: Working at the Goddard Hospital Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be a nurse ALBERT IRVING MEADOWS " Al " Pastime: Eating Pet Peeve: Work Ambition: To make a million ERIC JAMES MEIER " Eric " Pastime: Eating Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To graduate 39 JAMES JOHN MOVER " Jim " Pastime: Astronomy Pet Peeve: Work Ambition: To teach RICHARD JAMES ONEILL •We 7 " Pastime: Donna Pet Peeve: Work Ambition: To make a million JOANN JULIA NOVAK " Joann " Pastime: Laughing Pet Peeve: School Monitors Ambition: Bookkeeper or secretary WALTER CHESTER PARSHLEY " Parsh " Pastime: Discussing life ' s problems with Sheldon and Hutchins Pet Peeve: Women drivers and barking dogs Ambition: To be a success DAVID PAUL O ' KEEFE " Dave " Pastime: Reading, skiing, and photography Pet Peeve: Mathematics Ambition: To teach SUSAN BARBARA PEARDON " Sue " Pastime: Elvis Presley Pet Peeve: School lunches Ambition: To be a hairdresser 40 JOHN JOSEPH PITTA " Pete " Pastime: Being with Lorry Pet Peeve: Girls who think they know everything Ambition: To be a draftsman EINO EDWARD POLVINEN JR. " Skip " Pastime: Fishing and camping Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be a commercial artist MARY ANN QUENTAL " Mary " Pastime: Being with Tony Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be a secretary or bookkeeper FRANCINE MARIE RAGGIANI " Fran " Pastime: Ronnie Pet Peeve: Boston University Ambition: To be a secretary and a housewife JULIANNE MARY RAILEY " Judy " Pastime: Pushing Millie ' s car Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: Anything in the field of art that makes money JANE ELIZABETH RAYMOND " Janie " Pastime: Corcoran ' s Pet Peeve: Being asked if I bleach my hair Ambition: To be a Food Technologist 41 BERNARD DAVID REILLY " Buzz " Pastime: Milking cows Pet Peeve: The school lunches Ambition: To graduate ANN THERESE RUSSELL " Russ " Pastime: Having fun Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be a teacher DELORES EILEEN RODRIGUES " Delores " Pastime: Pushing Millie ' s car Pet Peeve: Spanish Ambition: To be a teacher MARCIA ELAINE RYAN " Marcia " Pastime: Reading Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be a success PAUL EDWARD ROMANELLI " Speedy " Pastime: Tinkering with cars Pet Peeve: Slow cars Ambition: To be a normal, happy, married American RAYMOND GEORGE SEDER •Ray " Pastime: Spending an evening in " Bonsey ' s ' " Mercury Pet Peeve: Sessions Ambition: To retire early 42 CAROL ANN SHAPIRO " Shippa " Pastime: Sleeping Pet Peeve: Essays Ambition: Research RONALD STEVEN SHELDON " Ronnie " Pastime: Discussing life ' s problems with Parsh and Hutch Pet Peeve: Frankie Ann ' s running out of cigarettes Ambition: To do whatever I want whenever I want LAURIE SHAWN " Sliawnsy " Pastime: Talking and cutting out coupons Pet Peeve: People who think they ' re great Ambition: Biology teacher JANET SUSAN SHERLOCK " Jan " Pastime: Having a good time Pet Peeve: " I ' ll never tell " Ambition: College RICHARD ALLEN SHEFTMAN " Dick " Pastime: Beating Jan at ping-pong Pet Peeve: " Speling " Ambition: Brown, Harvard, and money JOANNE SIEGFRIED " Jo " Pastime: Riding in a ' 57 Chevy Pet Peeve: School Ambition: To be happy 43 JEROME KENNETH SILVA " Jerry " Pastime: Smoking and drinking coke Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To graduate VICTORIA ANN SILVA " Vicki " Pastime: Going out and having a good time Pet Peeve: Dave ' s sister Ambition: To be happy FRANKIE ANN SIMONDS " Frankie " Pastime: Riding around Pet Peeve: English Ambition: Airline hostess ELAINE BARBARA SISSA " Elaine " Pastime: Walking Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning Ambition: Social Worker JOANNE MARIE SMITH " Smitty " Pastime: Riding to Canton Pet Peeve: Fickle boys Ambition: To be happy SANDRA ANN SMITH " Sandy " Pastime: Writing letters Pet Peeve: The Navy Ambition: To always remain with M.K. 44 ANTHONY MANUEL SOUSA " Tony " Pastime: Telling jokes Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To have a high rank in the Navy VETY WILLIAM STRIMITIS " Strum " Pastime: Cars Pet Peeve: Work Ambition: Mechanical Engineer DEBORAH ANN SPRAGUE " Debbie " Pastime: Working at Corcoran ' s Pet Peeve: School monitors Ambition: To be a secretary ROSEMARY THERESA SULLIVAN " Terrie " Pastime: Talking on the phone Pet Peeve: Teachers who are late for class Ambition: Accounting CAROL ANN STONKUS " Carol " Pastime: Horseback riding Pet Peeve: Forgetful people Ambition: To be a nurse NANCY ELLEN SWEETMAN " Nan " Pastime: Going down to the gym Pet Peeve: Study periods Ambition: To teach school 45 LINDA ANN SWITZER " Linda " Pastime: Listening to records Pet Peeve: Tests Ambition: To own a new white convertible FRANCIS ARTHUR URCIUOLI " Frank " Pastime: Having fun Pet Peeve: Physics lab Ambition: To go to college CHARLES HAROLD TRUDEAU " Trucker " Pastime: Girls Pet Peeve: Rumors Ambition: To marry a millionairess EDWARD CHARLES VAN LAARHOVEN " Ed- Pastime: Listening to records Pet Peeve: Girls Ambition: To graduate P JAY ALBERT TWOMEY " Jake " Pastime: Watching the N.Y. Giants Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To be rich ALBERT ALAN VEIGA " Al " Pastime: Enriching my mind Pet Peeve: Spending money Ambition: To be an accountant 46 DEBORAH LEE WALES " Debbie " Pastime: Having fun Pet Peeve: Physiology cats Ambition: Medical Secretary MALCOLM SIMPSON WALKER ' •Mai " Pastime: Boating and fishing Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To go into forestry SHEPARD CHARLES WILBAR " Sfiep " Pastime: Girls Pet Peeve: My Mercury Ambition: To be a success LINDA DIANNE WITT " Lu Lii " Pastime: Having fun and cheering for the boys Pet Peeve: C.H.S. Ambition: Nurse JANICE WONG " Jan " Pastime: Drawing and sewing Pet Peeve: Homework Ambition: To work with young children JAMES LEON WOOD " Jimmy " Pastime: Carol Heroux Pet Peeve: Nancy Wood Ambition: An Army career 47 NANCY WOOD " Nance " Pastime: Having fun Pet Peeve: A ' 55 Pontiac Ambition: Happiness JANICE DIANE WOODBURY " Jan " Pastime: A black Corvair Pet Peeve: The Navy Ambition: To be a nurse RONALD BRADFORD WORK " Ron " Pastime: Scouting Pet Peeve: Rainy weekends Ambition: To be outdoors and with Science ALFRED RICHARD MOREAU " Fred " Pastime: Studying Pet Peeve: Teachers telh ' ng of their experiences Ambition: To graduate JACQUELINE ANNE RIDHOLT " Jake " Pastime: Playing the trumpet Pet Peeve: One mirror for girls Ambition: To be a hairdresser DANA THOMAS HAMILTON JR. " Bonsey " Pastime: Teasing Pet Peeve: Teachers Ambition: Bartender 48 CLASS NIGHT 49 50 ACTIVITIES ADAMS, ROBERTA— Glee Club 1,2; Girls Woodworking Club 1,3; Dance Committee 1; Knitting Club 4; Spaghetti Supper. ALLEN, PATRICIA— Girls Woodworking Club 1; Drill Team 1,2,3; Dramatic Club 1,2; Dance Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper. ANDERSON. KARL— Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Spaghetti Supper. ANGELL, ELLEN— Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Girls Industrial Arts Club 1; Drill Team 2; Biology Club 3; Career Girls 4; Dance Committees 1,2.3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Class Project 3; Spaghetti Supper. ANGELL, PAUL— J.V. Football 1; Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,2; Monitors 3.4; LA. Society 2,3,4; Dance Committees 1. 2,3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper, Yearbook. BAGLOLE, ANN— Pep Squad 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Choralettes 2; Future Teachers Club, Treas. 3; Majorettes 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Rose Song; Jr. Prom Committee; Year- book Co-editor-in-Chief; Spaghetti Supper. BAMRICK. JOHN— Glee Club 1; Chess Club. Pres. 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. BARNIE, ROBERT— Nature Club 1; Chess Club 3; Physics Club 4; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. BARRETT, JOAN— Glee Club 1,2; Drill Team 1; Future Nurses Club 4; Yearbook. BARTLETT, DIANNE— Basketball 1,2,3; Co-Capt. 4; Soft- ball 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Intramurals 2; Glee Club 1; J.V. Cheerleaders 1; Pep Squad 2; Future Teachers Club, Sec. 3; Honor Society 2,3, Sec. 4; Phys. Ed. Club, Co-Chairman 4; Yearbook; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Executive Committee 1,2,3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Semaphore 1, Sports Editor 2,3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Daisy Chain. BENJAMIN, MEREDITH— Glee Club 1; Rose Song; Drill Team 2,3,4; Future Teachers Club 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook; Class Projec t 3. BERTRAND. GARY— Radio Club 1; Toastmasters Club 4; Dance Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper. BIFFIN, CARLENE— Band, Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Librarian 3, Pres. 4; Biology Club 3; Dance Band 3; Dramatic Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committees 3,4; Spaghetti Sup- per. BIRTWISTLE. PATRICIA— Intramurals 2, 3; Rose Song; J.V. Field Hockey, Co-Capt. 3; Softball 3,4; Cheerleaders 4; Varsity Field Hockey 4; Girls Industrial Arts Club 2,3; Ca- reer Girls Club 4; Girls Phys. Ed. Club 4; Dance Committees 2.3.4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. BOWKER, GILBERT— Radio Club 2,3. BRADLEY, SUSAN— Intramurals 1,2; Drill Team 1.2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 1, 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Class Project 3; Spaghetti Supper. BROWN, DOROTHY— Intramurals 1.2,3.4; Varsity Field Hockeyl,2,4, Co-Capt. 3; Industrial Arts Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1; Dramatic Club 1; Rose Song 2; Daisy Chain; Toastmasters Club 3; Career Girls Club 4; Girls Phys. Sec. 3; Executive Committee 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. BURNS, MAUREEN— Library Assistant 2,3,4; Spaghetti Sup- per. CADDELL, DAVID— Chess Club 3.4; Spaghetti Supper; Dance Committee 4. CADDELL, JOSEPH— Nature Club 1; Science Club 2; Stu- dent Council 3; Executive Committee 3,4; Toastmasters Club 3,4; Class Project 3; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. CALLAHAN, JOANNE— Majorettes 2,3,4; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committs 1,2,3,4; Spaghetti Supper. CAMPANARIO, OSCAR— Chefs Club 1; L. A. Society 2,3,4; Monitors 3; LA. Executive Committee 3; Dance Committees 3.4; Spaghetti Supper. CARBONE, RICHARD— Radio Club 3. Pres. 4. CARDEIRO, RICHARD— Aviation Club 1. CAROLAN, PAUL— Glee Club; Radio Ham Club; Intramu- ral Football 1,2; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Chefs Club 4; Toastmasters Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committees 1.2,3,4; J.V. Football 3; Aviation Club; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. CARRARA, EVELYN— Drill Team 1,2,3; Class Vice-Pres- ident 3,4; Girls Woodworking Club 1; Chess Club 3; Knitting Club 3; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Class Project 3; Spaghetti Supper. CARVIN, HINDA— Dramatic Club 1.2,3,4; Dance Commit- tees 1,2,3,4; Spaghetti Supper. CASSIDY, MARIE Monitors 4. 52 ACTIVITIES CASSIDY, PATRICIA— Dramatic Club 4. CAVEDON, SUSAN— Intramurals 3; J.V. Basketball 3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 3; Toastmasters Club 3; Biology Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. CHAPLIN, STEPHEN— Monitors 4. CHAPMAN, RITA— Glee Club 1,2; Girls Woodworking Club 1,3; Rose Song; Toastmasters Club 2,3; Chess Club 3; Career Girls Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Dance Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. CHAPMAN, ROBERT— Varsity Track 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Freshman Basketball; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; J.V. Footb all 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Toastmasters Club 3,4; Executive Committee 2,3,4. CHASKES, JOAN CHESWORTH, SCOTT COLCH, FREDERICK COLSCH, BEVERLY— Dramatic Club 1,2; I.A. Society 3; Phys. Ed. Club 4; Dance Committees 1,4; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Spaghetti Supper. CORBETT, RICHARD— J.V. Football 1; Freshman Basket- ball; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Baseball 2; Dance Committees 1, 2,3,4; Class Project 3; Toastmasters Club 4; Spaghetti Supper. COSATO, THOMAS — Freshman Basketball; Dance Commit- tees 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. COX, JEAN— Semaphore 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Dramatic Club 4; Executive Committee 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. CREAN, ABIGAIL— Biology Club 2; Toastmasters Club 3, Sec. 4; Varsity Field Hockey 3,4; Dance Committee 4; Spa- ghetti Supper. CREAN, ROBERT— Chefs Club 4. CREAPEAU, JOSEPH CROSS, ROBERT CRUMBLEY, MARILYN— Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Girls Wood- working Club 3; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Class Project 3; Spaghetti Sup- per. DAHLIN, WARREN— Dramatic Club 3, Pres. 4; Biology Club 3, Pres. 4; Toastmasters Club, Vice-Pres. 4; National Thespian Society 3,4; Spaghetti Supper. DEAN, SANDRA— J.V. Basketball 1; J.V. Field Hockey 1; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committee 1. De CAPOT, DIANE— Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3; J.V. Field Hockey 3; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers Club 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Semaphore 4; Dance Com- mittee 2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. DRAGO, MICHAEL DRISCOLL, MARIE— Softball 2,3; Varsity Basketball 2,4; Varsity Field Hockey 3,4; Future Nurses Club 2,3; Phys. Ed. Club 4. DRUM, MILDRED— Glee Club 1; Biology Club 2,3; Rose Song; Dramatic Club 4; Jr. Toastmasters Club 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. DUTTON, PAUL— Freshman Basketball; Intramurals 1; J.V. Baseball 1,2; Jr. Chefs Club 1; Aviation Club 1; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. EGERTON, SHIRLEY— Majorettes 2; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Modern Language Club 3; Monitors 4; Dance Committee 4. ELLIS, ROSEMARY— Nature Club 1; Future Teachers Club 3,4; Biology Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. EMANATION, RONALD— Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,2. EMERY, ROSALIE Glee Club 1; Rose Song; Girl Wood- working Club 3; Career Girls Club 4; Knitting Club 4; Dance Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper. EWING, CHERYL— Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1; Spaghetti Supper. FALLON, JOHN— Freshman Basketball; Baseball 1; Varsity Football 2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Track 3,4; Chefs Club 2, Student Gym Leaders Club 3; Student Council 1,3, Pres. 4; Physics Club 4; Exe- cutive Committee 1,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committees 3,4; Spaghetti Supper; Boys State. FARLEY, SUSAN— Intramurals 1,2; J.V. Field Hockey 1; Varsity Field Hockey 2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Class Vice-Pre-Pres- ident 1,2; Glee Club 1; Pep Squad 1; Future Teachers Club 3, Pres. 4; Semaphore 4; Debating Club 3; Honor Society 3,4; Girls Phys. Ed. Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Class Project 3; Spaghetti Supper; Executive Committee 4; Yearbook; Girls State Alternate. 53 ACTIVITIES FOBES, TINA— Glee Club 1; Girls Woodworking Club 1,2,3; Rose Song; Basketball 3.4: Majorettes 3.4; Knitting Club 3,4; Career Girls Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Dance Committees 2,3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. FORGER, JOHN— Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,2.3.4; Jr. Toast- masters Club 4; Varsity Football 4; Dance Committees 1,2, 3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. FORRESTER. OTIS FORS, JAMES— J .V. Basketball 1,2; Spaghetti Supper. FRENCH. PAMELA— Intramurals 1,2; Class Project 3; Var- sity Field Hockey 3; Glee Club 1; Biology Club 2,3,4; Dra- matic Club 3, Non-Thespian Sec. 4; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr. Prom Committees; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook, Layout Editor. FRIZELLE, CAROL— Career Girls Club 4; Semaphore 4; Dance Committee 3; Class Project 3; Spaghetti Supper. FULLERTON, PATRICIA— Intramural Basketball 1; Spa- ghetti Supper. GAMBRAZZIO, VIRGINIA— Glee Club 1; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper. GARERI, CATHY— Girls Woodworking Club 1,2; Career Girls Club; Dance Committees 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. GARJIAN, STEVEN— Band 1,2; Physics Club 4; Dance Com- mittees 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. GAY, THOMAS— Intramurals 4; Science Club 1; Jr. Chefs Club 2; Toastmasters Club 3,4; Physics Club 4; Dance Com- mittees 1,2,3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. GAY, PAUL — I.A. Society 2,3,4; Dance Committee 3. GAY, WILLIAM— Entered Junior Year, Intramurals 3,4; I.A. Society 3,4; Monitors 3,4; Student Leaders Club 3; Chefs Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee; I.A. Executive Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper. GEAR, CAROL — Girls Woodworking Club 3; Dance Com- mittee 1; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. GEDDES. ASHLEY— Semaphore 2; Literary Magazine 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Dance Committee 1; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. GERRIDGE, WILLA— Pep Squad 1; Literary Magazine 3; Executive Committee 1,2,3; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. GIANNAKOULIS, PAUL— Class Treasurer 1,2; Football 1, 2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Track 2,3,4; Toastmasters Club 3; Chefs Club 4; Executive Committee 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Boys State 3. GIBSON, WILLIAM— Intramural Football 1; Intramural Bas- ketball 1; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2,3,4; Toastmasters Club 4; Spaghetti Supper. GIFFORD, ROBERT GOOD, JOSEPH— Intramurals 1; Chefs Club 1; I.A. Society 2,3.4; Monitors 3,4; Dance Committees 3,4; I.A. Executive Committee 3,4; Spaghetti Supper. GRANEY, WILLIAM— Entered Junior Year, Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Chefs Club 4; Spaghetti Supper. GRANLUND, DI ANNE— Future Nurses Club, Pres. 3; Bi- ology Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club 4; Spaghetti Supper, Yearbook. GRAVES, WAYNE— Intramurals 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football; J.V. Basketball 2; Chefs Club 1; I.A. Society 2,3, Sec. 4; Monitors 3,4; Spaghetti Supper. GREGORY, LORETTA— Basketball 2; Drill Team 1,2,3; Girls Woodworking Club 3; Semaphore 4; Career Girls Club, Sec. 4; Dance Committees 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spa- ghetti Supper. GUENETTE. DONALD— Rifle Club 1; Spaghetti Supper. GUINAZZO, WILLIAM— Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,2, Pres. 3.4; Rifle Club 1,2; Glee Club 1. HAMILTON, DANA— Varsity Football 2,3; I.A. Society 2, 3,4. HEBERLING, THOMAS— Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Football 4; I.A. So- ciety 2,3, Treas. 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Executive Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper. HOLMES, ELMER— Intramurals 3; J.V. Baseball 2; Spaghetti Suppe r. HOMER, JOHN— I.A. Society 3,4; Monitors 3,4; Executive Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper. HOPE. ROBERT— I.A. Society 2,3,4. HORVITZ, JANICE— Intramurals 1,2; Tennis 3,4; Band 1, 3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Future Teachers Club 2,3; Dance Band 2,3.4; Class Project 4; Honor Society 4; Dramatic Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook, Literary Co-Editor; Girls State Alternate. 56 ACTIVITIES HOWARD, TRUDY— Girls Woodworking Club 1; Career Girls Club, Treas. 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. HUTCHINS, MARK— Class President 1,2; Track 1,2; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; Varsity Football 3,4; Student Council 1,2; Gym Leaders Club 3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Toastmasters Club 4; Biology Club 2; Boys State. HYDE, MARGARET— Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Rose Song; Guid- ance Assistant 4; Future Nurses Club, Vice-Pres. 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Spaghetti Supper. JOHNSON, DENNIS— Intramurals 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 2; J.V. Basketball 2; I. A. Society 1,2,3, Pres. 4; Student Council, Treas. 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. JORDAN, JOHN— Dramatic Club 3; Physics Club 4. KAIRIS, ROSEANN KELLY, DONALD— Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Aviation Club 1; Chefs Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. LaFOREST, GARY— Tennis 3,4; Semaphore 1,2, Feature Editor 4; Debating Club 3; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Yearbook, Business Co-Manager. LARSON, RICHARD— Intramurals 1,3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; Chefs Club 1; LA. Society 2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; Monitors 3, 4; Executive Committee 1,2; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr. Prom Committee. LASHUA, SHIRLEY— Intramurals 1,2; J.V. Basketball 3,4; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4; Jr. Toastmasters Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2; Executive Committee 2,3; Spa- ghetti Supper. LeBLANC, MARIE— Future Nurses Club 3; Glee Club 3; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committee 1; Jr. Prom Commit- tee; Spaghetti Supper. LINDELOF, PETER— Varsity Football 1,2,3; Track 4; Toast- masters Club 3; Chefs Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committees 3,4; Spaghetti Supper. LUCIER, JAMES— LA. Society 2,3,4; Monitors 4. MAGOON, RACHEL— Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Library Assistants 3; Career Girls Club 4; Executive Com- mittee 1 ; Spaghetti Supper. MANNING, EDWARD— J.V. Football 1; LA. Society 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. McARDLE, PETER— Radio Club 1,2,3; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook, Business Manager. McCarthy, Barbara— intramural Basketball 1; Drill Team 1; Biology Club 3; Girls Phys. Ed. Club 4; Spaghetti Supper. McEACHRON, MARY ELLEN— Drill Team 2; Girls Gym Club 4. McEWAN, JUDITH— Intramurals 1,2; J.V. Field Hockey 1, 2; Cheerleaders 3, Capt. 4; Pep Squad 1,2; Glee Club 1; Student Council 1, Sec. 3,4; Honor Society 4; Dramatic Club 1,2, Non-Thespian Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Thespian Society 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Executive Committee 4; Class Project 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Semaphore 3,4; Girls Gym Club 4; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. McGRAHAM, DANIEL— Physics Club 4; Honor Society 4; Yearbook. McSTOWE, MARCIA— Knitting Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Fu- ture Nurses Club 4. MEADOWS, ALBERT— I.A. Society 2,3,4. MEIER, ERIC— Intramurals 1,3,4; I.A. Society 2,3,4; Mon- itors, Vice-Pres. 4. MOREAU, ALFRED— Chefs Club 1,4; Intramurals 1; Avia- tion Club 1; I.A. Society 2,4; Monitors 3; Dance Committees 3,4; Spaghetti Supper. MOYER, JAMES— Chess Club 3; Physics Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4. NOVAK, JOANN— J.V. Field Hockey, Capt. 4; Drill Team 1,2,3; Glee Club 2, Choralettes 2; Dance Band 2; Rose Song; Knitting Club 3,4; Career Giris Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Sup- per; Yearbook. O ' KEEFE, DAVID— Future Teachers Club 3,4. O ' NEIL, RICHARD— Audio-Visual Aids Club 3; Spaghetti Supper. PARSHLEY, WALTER— Class President 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2; J.V. Football 1,2; J.V. Track 1,2; J.V. Baseball 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Track 3,4; Tennis 3; Varsity Baseball 4; Audio-Visual Aids Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; Radio Club 1; Aviation Club 1; Nature Club 1; I.A. Society 2,3,4; Toast- masters Club 3, Pres. 4; Rifle Club 3; Monitors 3,4; Chefs Club 4; Executive Committee 2,3,4; Class Project 3; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. 57 CLASS WILL We, the Class of 1963, 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, in the following manner: DELORES RODRIGUES leaves wishing that she never came. WALTER PARSHLEY leaves his brains to science. ROBERTTA ADAMS leaves her brains to her freshman sister, and WARREN DAHLIN leaves his liver to Mr. Peirce. LAURIE SHAWN leaves in a futile effort to sell pins. MAUREEN BURNS leaves all pencils and books behind. HERBERT HERN leaves his " A " in physics to some deserving person, THOMAS HEBER- LING leaves No. " 43 " to next year ' s bench warmers, and JOHN HOMER leaves his scholas- tic ability to anyone who would make better use of it than he did. SHIRLEY LASHUA and RAY SEDER leave the S.H.S. lunches. JANICE WOODBURY leaves her bent baton to anyone who can drop it as much, while NANCY WOOD leaves her baton and troubles to next year ' s captain. NANCY SWEETMAN leaves her hockey position to Joanie Hinchliff, JOANN NOVAK leaves her hockey stick and No. " 22 " to Joyce Lehan, and ANN RUSSELL leaves her broken hockey stick and left shinguard to next year ' s team. MALCOLM WALKER leaves Macbeth to Mr. Coen, and ALBERT MEADOWS and RONALD EMANATION leave Macbeth with Dan. PETER McARDLE leaves French with regrets and DANIEL McGRAHAN leaves his sister to Mr. Prior. ANTHONY SOUSA leaves all the good teachers he had, and ELMER HOLMES leaves the school to the undeserving students of S.H.S. WILLA GERRIDGE leaves physiology and chemistry to anyone who can handle them to- gether, while JOHN FORGER leaves burning the longest patch of rubber in the school. PAMELA FRENCH leaves one slightly worn broom to Mr. Coen, and MARCIA RYAN leaves her cat to next years physiology class. RICHARD CORBETT leaves the last inch that he grew. LINDA WITT and PAT BIRTWISTLE leave for New Hampshire, while DIANNE DECA- POT leaves for the West. PAUL GAY leaves his unpaid bills in shop to Paul Lyons. RICHARD LARSON leaves his car to Ken Cederholm, while DENNIS JOHNSON leaves Ken the girls of 1964. JAMES LUCIA leaves a patch at the gate and EDWARD MANNING leaves captain of the " Mouse Men " to Larry Cohenno. VICTORIA SILVA is taking all her memories with her. SUSAN BRADLEY leaves her mixed up filing cards to any junior who can straighten them out. ROBERT BARNIE leaves French III to Miss LaVallee, and DANA HAMILTON leaves his seat in study, in front of Miss Bready, to Richard Ramos. PATRICIA ALLEN leaves S.H.S. with no regrets, but PETER LINDELOF and DONALD KELLY leave regretfully. MARY QUENTAL leaves her seat in the Honor Society to Nancy Poach. FRANCINE RAGGIANI leaves books and teachers to Charlene Leonard. ROBERT GIFFORD, JOHN PITTA, and JOHN BAMRICK leave their dirty gym socks behind, while PAUL DUTTON leaves his to Mr. Vogel. SUSAN FARLEY leaves the Hockey Team in the capable hands of Lolly and Sandy. FRANKIE ANN SIMONDS leaves Mary Jane twirling her baton, while ANN BAGLOLE leaves her mangled baton to Mr. Coen. MARIE DRISCOLL leaves all her homework, but DEBRA SPRAGUE is taking everything with her. JANET SHERLOCK leaves still trying to decide what to leave. BERNARD REILLY and MEREDITH BENJAMIN leave their broken and tempermental lockers to whomever wants them. CATHY GARERI and JANICE WONG leave all the " fun and excitement " of getting books from the top lockers to 5 ' 3 " underclassmen. MARGARET HYDE leaves Mr. Coen to some undeserving junior. GARY BERTRAND leaves Macbeth to Mr. Coen, and MARILYN CRUMBLEY leaves him her wonderful dis- position. CARLENE BIFFON leaves his insults for someone else, and finally, MILDRED DRUM leaves Mr. Coen in Peace. VETY STRIMITIS leaves Mr. Gregory and physics to anyone, while THOMAS GAY leaves his innocent face to Mr. Gregory. JO ANNE SMITH leaves the shirts in the Stoughton Laundry to Sherry Silva. DONALD GUENETTE leaves Mr. Vogel ' s math classes and CAROL ANN FRIZELLE leaves her messy shorthand notes to some lucky junior to transcribe. ASHLEY GEDDES leaves her overdue library books to anyone with enough money to pay for them. To underclassmen, STEVE GARJIAN leaves his physics and physiology books, PAUL ANGELL and PAUL GIANNAKOULIS leave English, and RITA CHAPMAN and AL- FRED MOREAU leave the senior assembly seats. EDWARD VAN LAARHOVEN, SANDRA DEAN, and EINO POLVINEN leave their books, while ABIGAIL CREAN, BEVERLY COLSCH, ELLEN ANGELL, and WILLIAM GRANEY leave all their good times at S.H.S. DAVID CADDELL leaves sessions, and RICHARD CARDEIRO leaves his homework. Parking spaces are left by CHERYL ERWING, OSCAR CAMPANARIO, and ROSALIE EMERY to Cynthia Gilinsky, Roger Campbell, and some lucky junior, respectively. WILLIAM GIBSON leaves first, while JERRY SILVA leaves being late each morning. SUSAN CAVEDON leaves her " Chargoggagoggmanchauggogoggchaubungaunagmaugg " to Mr. Twomey, while TINA FOBES leaves him her basketball uniform for safe keeping. DIANNE GRANLUND leaves with her Ben Casey notebook. Juniors receive headaches from ROBERT CHAPMAN, a nervous condition from VIRGINIA GAMBRAZZIO, good looks from ALBERT VEIGA, teachers from ROSEANNE KAIRIS and KARL ANDERSON, and financial problems from HINDA CARVIN. RICHARD O ' NEIL leaves Donna his long hair, and JOANNE CALLAHAN leaves to be with Johnny. TRUDY HOWARD leaves her fooling around to Carol. DOROTHY BROWN and RACHEL MAGOON bequeath their good times to Briana Murphy, and Nancy De Felice. ROBERT HOPE leaves his seat in Room 211, and SHIRLEY EGERTON leaves Room 203. JOHN FALLON leaves adhesive tape to a certain Rose, JAMES MOYER leaves his broom, JOE CADDELL his Chevy, and RICHARD SHEFTMAN the yearbook, at last. JANE RAYMOND leaves the " hairdresser who knows " to someone who needs her, SUSAN PEARDON leaves her monitor ' s job to Mary Lou Gregory, and WAYNE GRAVES leaves his hockey skates to Larry Cohenno. ROSEMARY ELLIS leaves Mr. Peirce his eats, while GARY LAFOREST just leaves Mr. Prior and Mr. Berry. MARK HUTCHINS leaves Mr. Berry to Joe Creeden. ERIC MEIER leaves all his unfinished projects in shop to anyone who wants them and RONALD WORK leaves Mr. Nessar his shop project. DIANNE BARTLETT leaves the Semaphore to next year ' s editor with lots of luck, LINDA SWITZER leaves the job of Business Manager of the Semaphore to Judy Cabral, and CAROL GEAR leaves her shortness to Judy. MARCIA MCSTOWE leaves her shyness to Mr. Cormier. JOSEPH GOOD leaves clothes to Ricky Edwards and Tom Collins. Pam Merrium is left blonde hair by CAROL STONKUS, and lipsticks by JEAN COX. SHEP WILBUR leaves his love life to Joe Robinson, and WILLIAM GUINAZZO leaves his audio-visual keys to Pooch Anderson. FRANK URCIUOLI leaves for a new world and JOANNE SIEGFRIED leaves to be with Skip. MARIE LE BLANC leaves all her worries to Pat Robichau and MARY ELLEN MCEACH- RON leaves all the fun she had to her sister Faith. JULIANNE RAILEY leaves all of her miserable days to divide evenly among the teachers, while MARIE CASSIDY leaves her thanks to all the teachers she had. CHARLES TRUDEAU leaves Oldies to push a torn off gear shift. DEBORAH WALES leaves a special someone behind. JAMES WOOD leaves all the teachers to work like slaves, JOAN BARRETT leaves all of her hard studied books to Deedie Gillespie, and PATRICIA CASSIDY leaves her bus ticket to Marie La Roche. EVELYN CARRARA leaves all her problems to next year ' s Vice-President, and JANICE HORVITZ leaves wishing next year ' s Literary Staff the best of luck. LORETTA GREGORY leaves her love letters to the library, WILLIAM GAY leaves the balloon tires on his jeep to Tony Polillio, and SANDRA SMITH leaves the Navy and its troubles to Sherry Silva. CAROL SHAPIRO leaves S.H.S. in a mad state of affairs, and JOHN JORDAN leaves this great edifice to ail who follow. In witness whereof, we the class of 1963, have set our seal hereto this 7th day of June, ACTIVITIES PEARDON. SUSAN— Entered Junior Year, Varsity Softball 4; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 3,4; Spaghetti Supper. PITTA. JOHN— Intramurals 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 1,2; Var- sity Football 3.4; Track 1; Tennis 3; Aviation Club 1; Audio- Visual Aids Club 1,2,3; Toastmasters Club 3; I. A. Society 2, 3,4; I. A. Executive Committee 4; Jr. Prom Committee. POLVINEN, EINO— Intramurals 3; Chess Club 3; Audio- Visual Aids Club 3; Jr. Toastmasters Club 4; Spaghetti Supper. QUENTAL, MARY— Assistant Librarian 1,2,3; Drill Team 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3; Executive Com- mittee 2; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 1,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Honor Society 2.3,4; Spaghetti Supper. RAGGIANI. FRANCINE— Drill Team 1; Girls Industrial Arts Club 1,2; Career Girls Club, Vice-Pres. 4; Dance Com- mittees 1,4; Spaghetti Supper. SEDAR, Club 4. RAY— J.V. Football 1,2; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Chefs SHAPIRO, CAROL— Intramurals 1,2,3; Tennis 3,4; Glee Club 1; Semaphore 2,3, Copy Editor 4; Biology Club 4; Toastmasters Club 4; Dance Committee 1,2; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Class Project 3,4; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. SHAWN, LAURIE— Intramural Basketball 3; Library As- sistant 2; Bridge Club 2; Tennis 4; Dramatic Club 2, Sec. 3, 4; National Thespian Society 2,3,4; Semaphore 3,4; Biology Club 3,4; Jr. Toastmasters 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Class Project 3,4: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Yearbook; Spaghetti Supper. SHEFTMAN, RICHARD— Tennis 3,4; Band 1, Librarian 2, Pres. 3; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1; Semaphore 2,3; Honor Society 2,3, Pres. 4; Chess Club 3; Math Comp. Club, Chairman 4; Yearbook, Co-editor-in-Chief; Dance Commit- tee 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Chairman; Spaghetti Supper; Boys State. RAILEY, JULI ANNE— Glee Club, Vice-Pres. 1; Drill Team 1,2,3; Pep Squad 2; Jr. Toastmasters Club 3; Biology Club 3; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook; Rose Song. RAYMOND. JANE— Glee Club 1; Pep Squad 1; Girls In- dustrial Arts Club 1; Dance Committees 2,4; Class Project 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. REILLY. BERNARD— J.V. Football 1,2; Track 2.3.4; Var- sity Football 3,4; Gym Leaders Club 3; Spaghetti Supper. RIDEOUT, JACQUELINE— Entered Senior Year, Chorus 4; Dance Committee 4. RODRIGUES, DELORES— Glee Club 1; Girls Woodworking 2; Biology Club 2,3; Student Council 3,4; Rose Song; Toast- masters Club 3; Dance Committees 3.4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dramatic Club 4: Spaghetti Supper. ROMANELLI, PAUL- Spaghetti Supper . -Rifle Club 1,2; Class Project 3,4; RUSSELL. ANN— Intramurals 1,2.3,4; J.V. Field Hockey 2; Varsity Field Hockey 3,4; Glee Club 1; Girls Arts and Crafts Club 1; Pep Squad 1,2; Student Council 1,4; Semaphore 1,2,3.4; Honor Society 2,3. Treas. 4; Girls Phys. Ed. Club 4; Executive Committee 1,3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Class Project 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook, Literary Co-Editor. RYAN, MARCIA— J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3; Co-Capt. 4; Pep Club 2; Dramatic Club 3; Biology Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committee 4; Honor Society 4; Spaghetti Supper; Daisy Chain: Yearbook. SHELDON. RONALD— Varsity Football 1.2,3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Intramural Basketball 1; Volleyball 2; Basketball 2; Gym Leaders Club 3,4; Physics Club 4; Spaghetti Supper. SHERLOCK, JANET— Executive Committee 3; J.V. Cheer- leaders 1,2; J.V. Basketball 2; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Var- sity Cheerleaders 3,4; Bridge Club 2; Semaphore 2,3,4; Bi- ology Club, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec. 4; Literary Magazine 2; Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee. SIEGFRIED, JOANNE— Class Secretary 1,2; Softball 1; In- tramurals 2; Jr. Cheerleaders, Capt. 1,3; Knitting Club 3; Yearbook, Clerical Editor; Rose Song; Jr. Prom Committee. SILVA, JEROME— Freshman Track 1; Toastmasters Club 4. Basketball; J.V. Baseball 2: SILVA, VICTORIA— Drill Team 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Girls In- dustrial Arts Club 1; Knitting Club 3; Career Girls Club, Pres. 4; Rose Song; Dance Committee 2,4; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook; Dramatic Club 4. SIMONDS, FRANKIE ANN— Intramurals 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Girls Woodworking 1; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr. Prom Committee; Spa- ghetti Supper; Majorettes 2,3,4. SISSA, ELAINE— Intramurals 2,3; J.V. Field Hockey 3; Var- sity Field Hockey 4; Glee Club 1; Semaphore 1,2,3,4; Bi- ology Club 3,4; Pep Squad 3; Dance Committees 1,2,4; Rose Song; Daisy Chain; Jr. Prom Committee; Honor Society 3,4; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. SMITH. JOANNE— Giris Woodworking Club 2; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2.4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spa- ghetti Supper. 60 ACTIVITIES SMITH, SANDRA— Intramurals 2; Drill Team 1,2; Girls Woodworking Club 1; Knitting Club 3; Career Girls Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Class Project 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. SOUSA, ANTHONY— Biology Club; Spaghetti Supper. SPRAGUE DEBORAH— Girls Woodworking Club 1; Drill Team 2; Knitting Club 4; Career Girls Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committee 4. STONKUS, CAROL— Intramurals 1,2; J.V. Basketball 1,2; J.V. Field Hockey 1; Varsity Field Hockey 2,3,4; Varsity Basketball 3; Glee Club 1; Girls Woodworking Club 1; Pep Squad 2; Semaphore 2,3,4; Biology Club 3; Girls Phys. Ed. Club 4; Dance Committee 1,2,4; Rose Song; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. STRIMITIS, VETY— Rifle Club 2; Physics Club 4. SULLIVAN, ROSEMARY— Future Nurses Club 3,4; Dance Committee 4. SWEETMAN, NANCY— J.V. Field Hockey 1,2; J.V. Softball 1; Varsity Softball 3; Varsity Field Hockey; Varsity Basketball 3; Future Teachers Club 3,4; Girls Phys. Ed. Club 4. SWITZER, LINDA— Semaphore 1,2,3, Business Manager 4; Future Nurses Club 3; Honor Society 2,3,4. TRUDEAU, CHARLES— Glee Club 1,2; J.V. Football 2,3; Toastmasters Club 3; Biology Club 3. TWOMEY, JAY— Track 2,3; Class Treasurer 3,4; Varsity Football 2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Gym Leaders Club 3; Basketball 3,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Boys State; Spaghetti Supper. URCIUOLI, FRANK— J.V. Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Toastmasters Club 3; Physics Club 4; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr. Prom Committee. VEIGA, ALBERT— Glee Club 1; Biology Club 3; Toast- masters Club 4; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook. Van LAARHOVEN, EDWARD— Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee, Spaghetti Sup- per. WALES, DEBORAH— Intramurals 1,2; Literary Magazine 3; Biology Club 4; Yearbook; Dance Committees 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper. WALKER, MALCOLM— Biology Club 3; Photography Club 4; Boys State Alternate. WILBAR. SHEPARD— Biology Club 3; Executive Committee 4. WITT, LINDA — Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Rose Song; Jr. Prom Committee; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; J.V. Cheerleaders 1,2; Varsity Cheerleaders 3,4; Executive Committee 3,4; Daisy Chain; Dramatic Club 1; Career Girls Club 4; Knitting Club 3; Semaphore 4; Spaghetti Supper. WONG, JANICE— J.V. Cheerleaders 1; Varsity Cheerleaders 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Glee Club 1; Semaphore 1,2,3, Co- Feature Editor 4; Biology Club, Treas. 3,4; Honor Society 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Student Council, Vice-Pres. 4; Dance Com- mittee 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee, Decorating Chairman; Jr. Prom Queen; Class Project 3,4; Girls State Representative; Yearbook; Spaghetti Supper. WOOD, JAMES— Glee Club 1,2; Monitors 3,4. WOOD, NANCY— J.V. Basketball 1,2,3; J.V. Field Hockey 1; Student Council 1; Majorettes 2,3, Capt. 4; Knitting Club 3; Career Girls 4; Yearbook; Dance Committees 1,2,4; Jr. Prom Committee; Daisy Chain; Spaghetti Supper. WOODBURY, JANICE— Intramurals 1,2; Majorettes 2,3, Co- Capt. 4; Glee Club 1; Literary Magazine 3; Yearbook Proof Reading Editor; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Rose Song; Spa- ghetti Supper. WORK, RONALD— Science Club 1; Biology Club 3; LA. Society 3; Photography Club, Pres. 4; Spaghetti Supper. 61 STOTONIAN 1963 CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Ann Baglole and Richard Sheftman ADVISOR STAFF EDITORS Mr. James Rhodes Seated: J. Horvitz and A. Russell, Co-Editors, Literary; J. Woodbury, Proofreader; P. French, Layout. Standing: E. Carrara, Bookkeeper; P. McArdle, Business; J. Sieg- fried, Clerical. Absent: G. LaForest, Advertising. LAYOUT STAFF Seated: C. Fobes; P. French, Editor: J. Novak; J. Wong. Standing: J. McEwan, J. Sherlock. D. Granlund, J. Barrett. 62 PROOFREADER Janice Woodbury CLERICAL STAFF Seated: V. Silva. J. Siegfried, Editor, S. Smith. Standing: N. Wood, F. Raggiani, M. Qiiental. LITERARY STAFF Seated: C. Shapiro, A. Russell and J. Horvitz, Co-Editors, L. Shawn. Standing: J. Novak, M. Ryan, J. Cox, E. Sissa, C. Stonkus, M. Benjamin, M. Drum, A. Geddes, D. Bartlett. BOOKKEEPER Evelyn Carrara BUSINESS STAFF Seated: F. Simonds, J. Novak, S. Farley, P. McArdle, Editor, E. Carrara, J. Railey. Standing: C. Biffin, M. Benjamin, D. DeCapot, D. Johnson, T. Heberling, P. Dutton, D. McGrahan, P. Lindelof, C. Fobes. 63 SPAGHETTI SUPPER 65 66 " In this hand we have the M M plain chocolate candy . . . ' 68 70 71 THE TEAM First Row: J. Fallon. R. Chapman. W. Parshley. D. Reilly, J. Forger, P. Lindelof, Co-Captains J. Twomey and P. Gian- nakoulis, J. Pitta. R. Sheldon. F. Urciouli, T. Heberling. As- sistant Coach Rhodes. Second Row: Assistant Coach Jardin. J. Creeden. A. Gregory, R. Bernard, R. Heath. T. Collins, P. Morris. F. Yaitanes. D. Clancy. Head Coach Flanagan. PAUL GIANNAKOULIS Co-Captain JAY TWOMEY Co-Captain VARSITY FOOTBALL Under the able coaching of Robert Flanagan and his assistants, James Rhodes and Frank Jardin, the Black Knights experienced their best season in three years. The team faced strong opposition, yet posted a record of 4 wins, 4 losses, and 1 tie. The Black Knights opened the season by tying a strong Rogers High of Newport, Rhode Island. Stough- ton then played Oliver Ames of North Easton, fighting hard, but losing 16-6. Stoughton came back with a victory by defeating Hingham 12-0. Yet despite a fine performance, it lost the next game to Reading High School. Stoughton was victorious in its first encounter with Cardinal Spellman of Brockton, but lost to a strong North Quincy team in its next game. The Black Knights then routed Cambridge Latin by the impres- sive score of 36-0, yet lost to Newton South, one of its toughest foes. The last game of the season was against traditional Thanksgiving Day rival Canton, whom the Black Knights defeated 14-6. This was a perfect ending for the seniors who played well all season. 72 J.V. FOOTBALL 75 BASKETBALL First Row: J. Creeden, J. Howland, M. Hutchins, Captain; J. Fallon, R. Lynch. Second Row: Coach Passalaqua, R. Klund. R. Chapman, F. Yaitanes, T. Angelos, F. Correia, J. Twomey. Stoughton High ' s basketball team was faced with a strong schedule in this year ' s Hockamock League. But under the expert coaching of Mr. Passalaqua, who is new at Stoughton High this year, the Black Knights shot forward to the end of the season with a record of nine losses and seven wins. For the first time in seven years, S.H.S. defeated Easton, one of the strongest teams in the League. Leading the team were seniors Stretch Fallon, Jay Twomey, Robert Chapman, Mark Hutchins, captain, and junior Fred Yaitanes, who no doubt will lead next year ' s team in winning many more games. The seniors wish the Black Knights the best of luck in the future, with the assurance that the team will soon reach the top. CAPTAIN MARK 76 77 a J. V. BASKETBALL TRACK First Row: J. Fallon, B. Reilly. Co-Captain; J. Twomey. R. Chapman, Co-Captain; W. Parsh- ley, J. Creeden, R. Willock. Second Row: P. Giannakoulis, B. Thompson, P. Barbato, R. Veiga, J. Moran, J. Wales, D. Frye, C. Paine, Coach Lynch. This year more boys than ever are expected to try out for the track team. Headed by co-captains Robert Chapman and David Reilly, the team can look forward to a successful season. Bright prospects among the seniors who are expected to lead Stoughton to many victories include Bob Chapman, Dave Reilly, Paul Gianna- koulis, Walter Parshley, and Jay Twomey. Major events in the track schedule are the meets with Randolph and Canton, which will probably provide the roughest competition. But hopes are high that Stoughton will retain the Hockamock title against all challengers. BOB CHAPMAN DAVE REILLY Co-Captain Co-Captain 80 BOYS ' TENNIS First Row: R. Sheftman. W. Parshley. Second Row: J. Fernandez. Coach Cogan, J. Pitta. Boys ' tennis appeared on the sports agenda for the first time this year. Under the fine supervision of Mr. WiUiam Cogan, the boys worked hard to bring honor to their school. The growing interest on the part of both spectators and participants has given tennis a permanent place at S.H.S. 82 BASEBALL STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM Under the capable supervision of Head Coach Mr. Gerard Kenneally and Assistant Coach Mr. Thomas Malborough, the Stoughton High School Baseball Team is looking forward to a successful season this year in the Hockamock League. Last year ' s team ended the season with a record of 1 1 wins and 5 losses. With the valuable experience gained in the 1962 season, returning lettermen, led by Co-Captains Joe Creedon and Frank Correia, are expected to be the core of a strong team. Other returning regulars include Ray Klund, Dave Frye, Joe Moran, Richard Ramos, and Al Batte. Ron 84 ATHLETIC BANQUET 1962 86 88 FIELD HOCKEY VARSITY SUE Co-Captain DOTTIE First Row: P. Birtwistle. A. Russell, S. Farley and L. Smith, Co-Captains, M. Driscoll, P. Merriam, C. Stonkus. Second Row: Coach Jewett, S. Christo- poulos, D. Brown, E. Savicki, E. Sissa, N. Sweetman, Assistant Coach Zipeto. The Girls ' Field Hockey Team, under the expert coaching of Miss Virginia Jewett and Miss Rena Zipeto, completed another fine season. Although the girls were not successful in the number of games won, they exhibited remarkable teamplay and excellent sportsmanship. The seniors wish the 1963 team the best of luck! 90 91 BASKETBALL Front Row: D. Brown. D. Bartlett. M. Ryan. F. Simonds, M. Driscoll. Back Row: Coach Jewett, L. Ryan. V. Peterson. L. Smith. B. Savicki. First Row: L. Zaiser. S. Christopolous. C Fobes, S. Lashua, D. Pushee. J. Stuart, T. Brady. Second Row: S. Ryan. R. Ryan. J. Robbins. M. Jordan. H. Donahue. S. Wilson. Coach D ' Ercole. Third Row: S. Baxter, M. Harrington, S. Moody, B. Madan. 92 SUE TINA SHIRLEY 93 SOFTBALL hirst Kow: L. Smith. S. Christopoious. D. Bartlett, M. Driscoll, K. Noonan, C. Decker, B. Murphy. Standin}-: Coach Jewett. A. Shea. C. Savino. J. Fleming. D. Pushee, E. Savicki. P. Birtwhistle, R. Cudmore, B. Casavant. N. Sweetman. Stoughton 27 Sharon 8 Under the capable coaching of Miss Stoughton 13 Oliver Ames 11 Virginia Jewett, the softball team last Stoughton 25 Oliver Ames 3 year completed a very successful season Stoughton 11 King Philip 10 1 with six wins and three losses. This year ' s Stoughton 25 Canton 7 1 captains, Dianne Bartlett and Laurel Stoughton 6 Foxboro 15 Smith, predict that their team is relying Stoughton 17 Mansfield 1 greatly on the returning lettermen: Marie Stoughton 3 Randolph 13 Driscoll, Nancy Sweetman, Sandra Chris- Stoughton 7 Foxboro 10 topolus, Marilyn Decker, Elizabeth Sav- icki, and Briana Murphy. 94 DINAH Co-Captain PAT TENNIS JAN For the first time tennis was added to the Stoughton High School sports agenda. A girls ' team was formed under the ex- cellent supervision of Mr. W. Cogan. CAROL With active support and participation by the student body, tennis will soon be- come one of the " regulars " on the S.H.S. schedule. 96 BAND IN ACTION 100 VOICE OF TOMORROW tuuiiuuiif If 11 um mi ui i an uu iiii i h ■ ui m i . i iUL Mrs. Clyde Wolf, Dorothy Dale, Richard Sheftman, Pamela French, Gary LaForest, and Shirley Lashua. Dorothy Dale once again came to Stoughton High School and moderated a discussion with four top seniors which was broadcast on January 27, 1963. This year the guest was Mrs. Clyde Wolf, and the subject was " The Role of Reli- gion in the Public School. " The panel stated their opinion and answered ques- tions from the audience. 101 MAJORETTES J. Woodbury, A. Baglole, L. Ryan. C. Coffee. M. Harrington, N. Wood, V. Lemos, L. Zaizer. W. Gomes, C. Fobes. F. Simonds. NANCY WOOD JANICE WOODBURY Captain Co-Captain 102 n ' ' Kneeling: C. Lochiatto, D. Siegfried, S. Roberts, N. Moriarty, C Cokinos, S. Burns. Standing: R. DiRusso, J. Anagnoston, C. Hayes, F. Staney, P. Bannon, A. Landolfi. 105 STUDENT COUNCIL First Row: D. Johnson (Treasurer). J. McEwan (Secretary), J. Wong (Vice-President). J. Fallon (President), J. Butterall. A. Dembrowsky. Second Row: S. Roberts, J. Cabral, J. Hinchcliffe, D. Rodrigues, A. Russell. S. Valerie. M. Gregory, Mr. McLaughlin, Advisor. Third Row: D. McLaughlin, P. Giannakoulis, W. Lyttle, K. Duffy, R. Zepf, M. Abeam, L. Ryan. The Student Council, under the direction of Mr. Robert McLaugh- lin, has once again assumed a higher level of importance at S.H.S. The members supervised class elections and did much to improve school spirit. This year they held their second annual Book Fair, set up the Student Monitor Program, and supervised the Honor Studies. 106 GIRLS ' STATE BOYS ' STATE Principal: J. Wong, sitting middle Principals: R. Sheftman, sitting right, P. Giannakoulis, Alternates: D. Bartlett, sitting left, S. Farley, sitting J. Twomey, M. Hutchins, standing right, J. Horvitz, E. Sissa, M. Ryan, standing Each year, five of our most worthy S.H.S. students are chosen to attend Boys ' or Girls ' State. Here they are educated in the duties, rights, and responsibihties of American citizens. At Boys ' and Girls ' State, the members elect the appropriate officials for their own city, county, and state governments. These citizens learn the duties of the different public offices, their functions, and their limitations. They also make and enforce ordinances, con- duct elections, and establish their own police force and courts, through which they administer justice. Attendance at Boys ' or Girls ' State is both an honor and a privilege and provides an interesting and most profitable experience. 107 HONOR SOCIETY First Row: M. Ryan, D. McGrahan; E. Sissa, D. Bart- lett, Secretary; J. Wong, Vice-President; R. Sheftman, President; A. Russell, Treasurer; L. Switzer, M. Quental, M. Benjamin. Second Row: L. Dykeman, P. Moses, R. Naylor, D. Scripture, J. Christman, A. Benson, J. Hor- vitz, J. McEwan, S. Farley, B. Thompson, Mrs. D. Manchester, Advisor. Third Row: A. McCormack, J. Creeden, E. Palayma, B. Savicki, M. Harrington, B. Hall, A. Foster, P. O ' Brien, O. Suslowicz, N. Roach, J. Powers. OFFICERS— Seated: A. Russell, Treasurer; J. Wong, Vice-President; D. Bartlett, Secretary. Standing: Mrs. Manchester, Advisor; R. Sheft- man, President. The Stoughton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society has ended a very suc- cessful and active year. Helping to make this success possible were Mrs. Dorothy Manchester, the advisor, and the presiding officers: Pres. Richard Sheftman; Vice-Pres. Janice Wong; Sec. Dianne Bartlett; and Treas. Ann Russell. The Honor Society held its annual dance in October and Christmas Tea for associate mem- bers. The banquet and induction of new mem- bers was held in May. 108 SEMAPHORE First Row: G. LaForest, N. Daly, J. Cabral, J. Wong, C. Shapiro, M. Harrington, D. Bartlett, L. Switzer, K. Coffee, R. Kerins, J. Sherlock, J. Creedon. Second Row: S. Farley, J. McEwan, D. Scripture, K. Lanag an, C. Stonkus, A. Russell, J. McStowe, J. Butterall, D. Mc- Neill, K. Dzus, J. Tyler, D. St. Peter, M. Garjian, J. Zepf, E. Sissa, Mr. Coen, Advisor. Third Row: L. Barbato, P. Whelan, M. Darling, A. Dembrowsky, D. DeCapot, D. Wales, L. Shawn, R. Work, M. Walker, R. Naylor, L. Rose, S. Oakes, J. Cox. EDITORS — Seated: J. Cabrai, Assistant Business Manager; M. Har- rington, News Editor; D. Bartlett, Editor-in-Chief; J. Wong, Feature Editor; L. Switzer, Business Manager. Standing: G. LaForest, Feature Editor; C. Shapiro, Copy Editor; J. Creedon, News Editor; K. Coffee, News Editor; R. Kerins, News Editor; Mr. Coen, Advisor. 109 DRAMATIC CLUB 1 I f OFFICERS — Seated: P. French, Non-Thespian Secretary, L. Shawn, Thespian Secretary, J. McEwan, Vice President. Stand- ing: W. Dahlin, President. THESPIANS— Sea e« .- L. Shawn, J. McEwan. Standing: W. Dahhn. 110 STUDENT EXCHANGE Standing: Mr. R. McLaughlin. Advisor; Dennis Johnson. Sealed: Janice Wong, John Fallon, Judith McEwan. On March 4, 1963 Stoughton High School, conducted its annual Student Ex- change Program. Stoughton served as host to five Student Council representatives and two faculty members from Newton High School. Activities for the day included a tour of the high school, luncheon at the Capeway Manor, a tour of the Town Hall and a business establishment in Stoughton, and a period of recreation at Westgate Lanes in Brockton. The highlight of the program was a dinner in the high school cafeteria with town meeting officials and an actual visit to the town meeting. The Student Exchange Program is known as the Massachusetts Department of Education ' s " Citizenship in Action " Program. I 112 INDUSTRIAL ARTS SOCIETY mi OFFICERS — Standing ' : James Wood, Paul Angell. Sealed: John Homer, Thomas HeberMng, Lawrence Co- henno. ADVISORS — Standing: Mr. P. Nessar, Mr. F. Devine. Seated: Mr. G. Antonellis, Mr. A. Willis. 113 CAREER GIRLS ' CLUB The Career Girls ' Club, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Doherty, is composed of thirty senior girls in the commercial course. Its purpose is to create interest in secretarial and clerical work and to prepare girls more fully for entrance into the business world. In addition to pubHshing a club newspaper, the members attend lectures by representatives of large firms and visit busi- ness offices, where they learn about the types of jobs available to high school graduates. BIOLOGY CLUB This year the Biology Club, under the direction of Mr. Chester Peirce, has approximately thirty members. The object of the club is to further interest in the various fields of biology. The stu- dents become acquainted with new advances and methods in biology through field trips, lectures and films. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE CLUB Under the excellent supervision of Miss Rita Lavallee, the Foreign Correspondence Club is enjoying a most successful year at Stoughton High School. The members correspond with stu- dents of the French and Spanish-speaking coun- tries, consequently creating a better understanding of their customs, language, and ways of life. 114 J LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Under the direction of Miss Mabel R. Simmons, the Library Assistants assist in the library during the study periods and after school. The cat alog- ing and issuing of books and magazines, and helping students find needed material are just a few of the many tasks performed by these stu- dents. TOASTMASTERS CLUB The Toastmasters Club, headed by Mr. Vogel, meets every other Thursday. The limited mem- bership enables the club to fulfill its aim of im- proving the public speaking of the members by actual participation. AUDIO- VISUAL-AIDS CLUB The members of the Audio- Visual Aids Club, under the direction of Mr. Francis A. McGeough, are trained to operate the school ' s audio-visual equipment. The club has an important role in serving the aims of a total educational program. Audio-visual materials can promote the most ef- fective kind of learning. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The Future Teachers Club, under the super- vision of Mr. Frank X. O ' Regan was organized to acquaint the students with the difi ' erent levels of education. The club also prov ided students with an opportunity to speak before small groups, have panel discussions on educational topics, and to listen to outside speakers from the teaching profession. 115 CHEFS ' CLUB The Chefs ' Club, under the supervision of Miss Judith Flaherty, has been re-established this year at S.H.S. The purpose is to teach boys the fundamentals of cooking. The response has been so great that the future of the club is definitely assured. FUTURE NURSES CLUB The Future Nurses Club, directed by Mrs. Mary Vogel, is designed to prepare students for a career in nursing. The girls assist in the school clinic and become acquainted with the life, work, and studies of a nurse. THE RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club, under the excellent direction of Mr. Robert Lynch, meets weekly at the Stoughton Fish and Game Association. The club meets in limited competition with towns in the surrounding area. The members can qualify for awards from the National Rifle Association, of which Stoughton is a member. 116 THE MONITORS Under the leadership of Mr. Antonellis, the student monitors are once again patrolling the halls of S.H.S. They are governed by a group of officers and an executive board, and do much to keep order in the halls, the stairways, and the cafeteria. PHYSICS CLUB The purpose of the Physics Club, under the supervision of Mr. Samuel F. Gregory, is to ex- tend knowledge of laboratory techniques through research on specific projects, such as computers, wave mechanics, and gyroscopic effects. HAM RADIO CLUB The Ham Radio Club, under the direction of Mr. Peter N. Keliher, aims to teach prospective members the fundamentals of the theory and code of amateur radio technicians. With the help of several pieces of equipment and a separate " shack, " the members prepare for their ham radio license examination. GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS For three consecutive years, students have given up their study periods in order to assist our guidance counselors. They have now become an important part in the efficient running of the Guidance Department. Filling out appointment slips, keeping catalogs and brochures in order, and assisting students whenever possible are a few of the various tasks performed by the stu- dents. 117 MATH COMPETITION CLUB The Math Competition Club is a new organi- zation in many schools this year. Under the di- rection of Mr. Reno Nastasi, Stoughton ' s chapter is comprised of the top math students in the school. By competing in combined meets with eight other schools, these students become more efficient in both the fundamentals of mathematics, and the art of taking tests. CHESS CLUB The Chess Qub, under the direction of Mr. Peter Willis, is designed to instruct students in the game of chess. The members gain experience by actually playing and by familiarizing them- selves with the intricate techniques of the game. MATH CLUB The Math Club of Stoughton High School has once again been under the expert direction of Mr. Frederick Arata. This year the members have gained much by belonging to this relatively new club, which now shows great evidence of success on the S.H.S. activity schedule. 118 KNITTING CLUB Under the expert direction of Mr. Alice Grif- fin, the Knitting Club has once again stood out among the S.H.S. activities. The Club members are taught proper knitting procedures and the uses of different textured yarns. GIRLS ' WOODWORKING CLUB The Girls ' Woodworking Club, under the su- pervision of Mr. Patrick Nessar, once again ap- pears on the Stoughton High Activity Schedule. Being one of the oldest clubs at S.H.S., it gives girls a chance to work with both the woodwork- ing and ceramic facilities made available to them. IL-II THE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club, advised by Mr. Fran- cis Maoli, is a relatively new club at Stoughton High this year. The members make use of a great deal of photographic equipment and learn many photographic techniques. This club shows evi- dence of becoming one of the most popular or- ganizations at S.H.S. in the years to come. INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH CLUB For the first time at Stoughton High an In- dustrial Research Club has been organized un- der the direction of Mr. James Holland. The pur- pose of the club is to assist students working on industrial research projects, encourage individual research, and stimulate self-improvement. 119 The chorus has appeared this year to once again join the S.H.S. activities. Under the capable direction of Mr. Irving Schein, this group is able to participate in and add much to the school assemblies at Stoughton High School. Added to the activities at S.H.S. this year is the Girls ' Physical Education Club, under the expert supervision of Miss Jewett. These girls are able to practice gymnastic skills and learn proper safety techniques. Because of the great interest the girls have shown, this Physical Edu- cation Club is certain to return next year. 120 CLASS OF 1964 122 CLASS OF DAVID LINDELOF President 1965 ROSE DI RUSSO Vice-President SUSAN CLARK Secretary PAUL LANDRY Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 124 125 CLASS OF 1966 126 128 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO ' YOUR CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER 23 WYMAN ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 130 Congratulations from the CLASS OF 1964 Congratulations from the CLASS OF 1966 Congratulations from the CLASS OF 1965 Brockton Public Market, Inc. Four Modern Supermarkets 157 Main St., Brockton West Shopping Center Belmont St., Brockton Eastway Shopping Center 589 Centre St., Brockton Central And Washington Sts. Stoughton Serving the public since 1899 131 Compliments of DYKEMAN ELECTRIC COMPANY 24 Wyman Street St ought on, Mass Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of ' 63 from the STOUGHTON UNITED SYNAGOGUE YOUTH Congratulations to the Class of 1963 from B. J. REILLY Your Local Milk Dealer Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 Compliments of SIMONDS CHEVROLET INCORPORATED Your local Chevrolet dealer since 1928 Stoughton, Mass. 287 Washington St. 344-4063 132 Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 SHAWMUT, INC. Congratulations to the Class of ' 63 AL SAVINI STOUGHTON SAND GRAVEL COMPANY General Contractor Since 1931 Ready-Mixed Concrete Complete Foundation Work l68 Washington Street, Route 138 Stoughton, Mass. Fleldbrook 4-2020; 4-2021; 4-2022 Best of Luck BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. Our Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 THE STOUGHTON CHRONICLE AND NEWS-SENTINEL " Your Home Town Newspaper ' AUGUSTUS H. SULLIVAN Publisher ALBERT ARSENAULT Editor EDWARD T. WALSH Advertising Manager 133 " Best Wishes to the Senior Class " Perkins Machinery Co Rt. 128, Needham Heights Massachusetts 134 LAKEWOOD COMMUNICATIONS INCORPORATED 1520 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-2244 361-3026 BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1963 Stoughton Co-operative Bank 20 Park St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of DYKEMAN ELECTRIC COMPANY 24 Wyman St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of FRIEND 135 CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE STOUGHTON TEACHERS ' ASSOCIATION COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1963 POLLILIO BROTHERS COMPLIMENTS OF THE CATHOLIC YOUTH ORGANIZATION Compliments of STOUGHTON DINER Washington Street Stoughton Compliments of DR. BERNARD H. HOWES 17 Pearl Street Stoughton, Mass. 136 Compliments of STOUGHTON TOOL AND DIE Congratulations to the Qass of ' 63 OUELLET PHARMACY, INC. Congratulations From F. C. PHILLIPS, INC. STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS World ' s Largest Manufacturers of Athletic Spikes Compliments of FLORA ' S Specializing in Lampcutting JOHN GONSALVES Used 198 Auto Washington St. Parts Stoughton. Mass. TELEPHONE Fl 4-3790 Parts for All Makes of Cars and Trucks STOUGHTON ASSEMBLY 91 RAINBOW GIRLS Best Wishes to The Class of 1963 EAGER REALTY Compliments of the STOUGHTON MEDICAL SOCIETY 137 THE C-LUNCH SENIOR BUNCH Compliments of TWIN-KEE MFG. CO. MEN ' S and BOYS ' RAINWEAR Compliments of COHENNO TRUCKING INC. Showroom and Sales of the Latest Styles of Dinette Sets at CAL ' S COFFEE HOUSE Rte. 138, Stoughton COMPLIMENTS OF THE STOUGHTON LIONS CLUB HRISTOPHERS 770 Wailuni toii St, Stoagfatoa Td. FIcMbraok 44241 Shoes For The " Smart Set " Compliments JOE ' S SHELL STATION Fi 4-9851 825 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. SUCCESS Best Wishes To Class of 1963 UNDA ' S BUS AND TAXI SERVICE 138 Congratulations " To the Class of 1963 " BRUNO ' S RESTAURANT No. Easton, Mass. BEST WISHES FROM CHARLES C. AHEARN JEWELER— OPTICIAN WATCHMAN 7A Pearl St. Stoughton Tel. 344-5323 HUGGARD EWING AUTO SALES 1317 Washington St. STOUGHTON Tel. Pi 4-3120 COMPLIMENTS From a FRIEND Compliments of LOWE and POWERS INC. FUNERAL HOME 115 Monk St., Stoughton 866 Washington St., Canton Compliments of RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Stoughton Office Lube Wash INGRAM ' S JENNEY SERVICE 500 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. AAA— ALA Open 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Compliments of STOUGHTON SPORTS CENTER Eugene and Eugene Bruce Jr. and Sr. Fi 4-3321 139 Sincere Wishes for a Bright Future DESIGNERS METALCRAFT Avon, Mass. Warren F. Dahlin Compliments of HARRIS F. HOLSTEIN D.M.D. WILL Pick-up and Deliver STOUGHTON OHEL13 STATION 368 Washington Street stoughton. mass. ALA Service Monty and Don. prop. Tel. 344-©e60 Compliments of FLOWERS BY CELI JAMES B. COTTER Funeral Home Inc. 39 Grove Street Fi 4-3103 BEST WISHES SKIENDIEL DELICATESSEN " Cobb ' s Corner " Congratulations To Class of 1963 OSCAR ST. GERMAINE REAL ESTATE Fi 4-2124 A. M. ATLANTIC TONY MANNY Proprietors 1589 Turnpike St. North Stoughton 140 NORFOLK LUMBER, INC. BUILDING MATERIALS 43 Canton Street, Stoughton Fi 4-2741 COMPLIMENTS OF NEW ENGLAND FURNITURE CO. 3 Morton Street Stoughton, Mass. BEST OF LUCK FROM BROCKTON LAST REMODELING CORP. ROLLER SKATING THE YEAR ROUND ROLL-LAND Route 1 Norwood Tel. 762-6999 COMPLIMENTS OF JOE ' S GULF COMPLIMENTS OF NARDOZZI ' S REXALL PHARMACIES COMPLIMENTS OF MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS T. CRIMMINS Best of Luck to the Class of 1963 KELLEY BROS. CONSTRUCTION CORP. 725 School St. Stoughton Fi 4-4737 141 CONNORS WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO., INC. 2239 Washington St. Canton, Mass. 828-0785 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1963 S. S. GARJIAN ' S POULTRY FARM COMPLIMENTS OF STOUGHTON BEAUTY SHOP Best of Luck to the Class of 1963 CHINA VILLA Best in Chinese Food Sharon Heights Shopping Center Sharon COMPLIMENTS OF VANTA McKEM MILL STORE Freeman St. Stoughton BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1963 CLIFF ' S T.V. SERVICE 733 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FROM REPRESENTATIVE BOB HAHN COMPLIMENTS OF STOUGHTON HARDWARE CO. 142 WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP Stoughton ' s Leading Fashion Store Best Wishes for a Happy Future to the CLASS OF 1963 COMPLIMENTS OF LEONARD ' S RESTAURANT JOHN J. ROGERS SON • REAL ESTATE— INSURANCE 805 Washington St. Stoughton 344-4202 or 344-9192 Good Luck to the Class of " 63 " GILL BROS. CARPENTRY WORK Custom Cabinets remodeling - free estimates Roderick Gill Richard Gill. Fl 4-9101 GONSALVES AUTO PARTS 198 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF KENNEDY MFG. CO. Certified Member Gemologist American Gem Society WYMAN JEWELERS 18 Wyman St. Congratulations to the Senior Class Compliments of MALCOLM ' S HOME BAKERY 805 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. PHONE: Fi 4-3051 MOVERS E. W. GRENON SON, INC. Agent for Pan American Van Lines We Service the 50 States — Free Estimates FI 4-3954 265-2236 143 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS FROM THE SENIOR CHEERLEADERS BEST WISHES FROM THE PILGRIM OIL COMPANY 1771 Washington Street STOUGHTON, MASS. BEST OF LUCK TO THE SENIOR CLASS THE JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS Best Wishes to the Class of ' 63 from the S. H. S. DRAMATIC CLUB PROFESSIONAL PATRONS LOUIS w. Mcdonough, attorney-at-law LLOYD S VETERINARY HOSPITAL DOROTHY JEAN S BAKERY MARCUS MARCUS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW BOMHARD BROS. SERVICE STATION PAGE S GROCERY STORE I DENNENO ' S PIZZA HOUSE ! I COLONIAL HARDWARE STORE ' I ) 144 This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process ' graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buff; . ' A ' o other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvalom ne Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Whalen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Penardi Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. O ' Regan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manchester Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O ' Donnell Mr. Peter N. Keliher Mr. and Mrs. I-rederick J. Arata Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Twomey Miss Mabel Simmons Miss Judith Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coen Mrs. Lester V. Richmond Miss Christine Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Chester Peirce Mr. Reno Nastasi Mr. Gino Fiore Mr. and Mrs. William R. Prophett Mr. and Mrs. James Holland Mr. Francis J. Devine Mr. and Mrs. William Berry Miss Jane D ' Ercole Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gregory Miss Rita Lavalee Mr. James Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hughes The Superintendent ' s Secretaries Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sheftman Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hern Andy, Becky, Brenda, Pat, and Regina Joanne S., Richie M., Sandy and Mickey Franmar Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fralick Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McStowe Mr. and Mrs. Earl McMann Mr. and Mrs. David D. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mondor Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Raggiani Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Peardon Mrs. Edward I. Alcon Mr. and Mrs. Abraham T. Horvitz Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Horvitz Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Howard Lourde Cleaners The Morton Press Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Dahlin Mr. and Mrs. Heberling Mr. and Mrs. Clark Tom and Dianne Mr. and Mrs. James McArdle Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carrara Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Work, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lashua Mr. and Mrs. William Richards A M Atlantic, Tony and Manny Dave and Faith Ducky and Harp Mr. Gordon Haworth Dr. and Mrs. James H. McGrath Mary E. and Mary A. Quental Mr. and Mrs. Octavia Ruggerio Skip and Joanne Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegfried Blane Chemical Corp. Stoughton Laundry Pete and Marilyn Santos and kids Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Stonkus Mr. and Mrs. George E. Blum Bob and Carol Gaby and Rose Souza Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wood Marie H. Le Blanc Mr. and Mrs. Rosaire Le Blanc Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Greene Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamplough Mr. and Mrs. James Parandes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sims Jack Warren ' s Peterson Electric Company Mr. and Mrs. David M. Benjamin PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. John P. 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Marsha Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Goodworth Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Russell Carl and Cliff Walent Mr. and Mrs. George K. Sherlock Mr. and Mrs. Chester Parshley Columbian Squires Circle No. 300 Mr. and Mrs. Raymind R. McEvoy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coe Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Farley Jay and Janie Farley Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. French, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Drum Sam ' s Boys Frank ' s Radio and T.V. Dave and Ann Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fallon Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Dutton The Adamses Pam, Kathy, Carol, Suzy-Q Mr. and Mrs. John J. O ' Connell Dr. and Mrs. Appleton C. Woodward Ten Unmentionables of C Lunch Mr. James Holland Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Biffin Mrs. Lola Railey Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Caddell Mr. and Mrs. William Hyde, Sr. Ed, Al, Ron, Mai, Tony Swede, Wop, Rabbit, and the Gull Pete and Sue Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cosato Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Seder Mr. and Mrs. Bryce J. Work Sr. Dr. H. C. Chase John and Sue Gertie B and Charley S. 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Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

1966

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