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

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■ , ' ■ - . ft : ' 8TOUGHT0N MA 02072 STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1646 00218 7451 REFERENCE POBLJC LIBRARY STOUQHTON MA 02072 The Class of 1964 Presents the Stotonian Stoughton High School Stoughton, Mass. PROLOGUE A new phase of life lies before us — years un- tested, untried, yet shimmering with promise. Behind us is a bundle of four years of episodes and events, the trivial and spectacular, the mon- otonous and enthralling. We have tied this bun- dle into the covers of our Stotonian and present it to you as a personal record of our years at Alma Mater. s c DEDICATION Stunned by the appalling crack of a rifle, our country and the world grieved as the year of 1963, which had be- gun with so much promise, waned and took with it our president. John F. Kennedy was a man of charm, excite- ment, compassion, foresight, idealism, and determination. " With vigor " he served his country and his fellow man. We dedicate the 1964 Sto- tonian to him. the man of our century, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. CLASS ADVISOR We, the Class of 1964, wish to extend our sincere appreciation to our class advisor, Mrs. Maureen Alcott, for the many hours she has spent in making our high school years profitable, enjoyable and re- warding. 4 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 5 SCHOOL COMMITTEE Mrs. Whitehead, Mr. Daley, Mr. Buckley, Dr. Woodward, Mr. Gibbons, Mr. Benjamin. To the Class of 1964: You will graduate this year into an exciting and challenging era when it is important to look forward with courage, not backward with fear. It is a time to remember the true meaning of education: to keep an inquiring and critical mind, tolerant of other opinions, but firm in your own principles. It is time to speak out for justice and freedom, but to be aware of two sides to arguments. It is a time to continue the desire for better ways of life, which we have tried to instill in your years in Stoughton High School. Above all, in the words of Chief Justice Warren, it is time to " abjure the hatred that consumes people, the false accusations that divide us, and the bitterness that begets violence. " It is a time of opportunity for your generation to promote better understanding among yourselves and tolerance for others. We wish you Godspeed. APPLETON C. WOODWARD, M.D. Chairman 6 SUPERINTENDENT To the Class of 1964: It is a real pleasure for me to extend my best wishes for future happiness and success to the members of the class of 1964 as you complete your education in the Stoughton Public Schools. Our schools have worked to provide the best possible program for you, a very diversified and important group of future citizens. Space is our great new dramatic frontier and I believe that you will respond to it as your ancestors responded to earlier frontiers. O ur history has been one of pushing paths through the wilderness to find new visions. Space is the last great physical frontier, but the gateway to space is through education. The job of being a pioneer has become so technically complex that there is no conceivable short cut. To be a success you must have a desire for further education. The basic challenge of our times is the promise of every individual. During your senior year we were shocked and saddened by the assassination of our President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the friend of all men of goodwill, a believer in the dignity and equality of all human beings, a fighter for justice, an apostle of peace. We can all be better Americans because he has passed our way. He shall not have died in vain, if we as Americans dedicate our lives to the acceptance of truth, justice and mercy as personal responsibilities. I congratulate you on your attainments. Feel free to call on us if your think that we can render further service. I hope that we have contributed towards enabling you to take your proper place in society. Our pride in your achievements gives us vision and confidence for the future. Go forth with vigor and assume your new responsibilities with dedication as courageous Americans. JOSEPH H. GIBBONS 7 PRINCIPAL The Qass of 1964 wishes to extend to our principal, Mr. Thomas J. Whalen, the deepest thanks for having been, during these past four years, more than a principal and administrator, but also a loyal friend and supporter. To the Class of 1964: It has been stated that the character of youth ' s thoughts determines the nation ' s destiny in the next generation. This, in essence, is one of the major purposes of education — to develop in young men and women the ability to think clearly, to evaluate objectively, and to work purposefully. I hope your training at Stoughton High School has prepared you for a purposeful life, and that you consider as one of your major responsibilities the improvement of your community, your town, your state, and your nation. In closing, may I extend my congratulations on the occasion of your graduation and wish you every success in your future life. THOMAS J. WHALEN 8 ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL To the Class of 1964: Effective democracy can be achieved only when an intelligent and well-informed citizenry actively participates in governmental affairs, both at the national and local level. In the immediate future your generation will have to assume the burden of leadership and deci- sion. I am confident that you will accept this chal- lenge and carry on in the splendid tradition that has become known the world over as the " Ameri- can Way of Life. " I extend my best wishes to each of you for your future success and happiness. ARTHUR L. PENARDI DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE Congratulations and sincere best wishes to the Class of 1964: A diploma from Stoughton High School is a mark of distinction. It testifies that you have per- formed certain required tasks in the form of ac- quiring skills, information, attitudes and apprecia- tions. The diploma, however, does not have the same significance to all graduates. To some, it is the passport which opens the door to immediate, desirable employment opportunities. To others it is the ticket of admission to a school or training program which will provide advanced education, commensurate with interests aptitudes and future plans. Whichever road you take, in meeting the chal- lenges of employment, education and citizenship, be mindful that your future success and happiness will depend largely upon your willingness to uti- lize the training acquired at Stoughton High School ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON 9 FACULTY Mrs. Dorothy Manchester Guidance Mrs. Maureen Alcott English Miss Joan Darney English Mrs. Julia McCarthy English Mr. Frank X. O ' Regan Guidance Miss Barbara Boyle English f Mr. Edward Fitzmaurice English Mr. Daniel E. Hughes Director — English Mr. Francis R. Coen English Mrs. Dorothy Kelly English I bet my money on a bobtail nag. 10 Miss Jane D ' Ercole Mr. Donald Dun lavy Science Science Mr. Alfred Aapoel Math Mrs. Polly Savicki Math Caught in the act. 11 Mr. Richard Hart Science Mr. Chester Peirce Mr. Robert Flanagan Social Studies Miss Rita LaVallee Director — Foreign Languages Mr. Peter Keliher Science Mr. Robert McLaughlin Director — Social Studies Mr. Robert Lynch Social Studies Mr. Joseph Knowles Science Miss Carol Anderson Social Studies Miss Ann O ' Hearn Social Studies How would Emily do it? 12 Mr. William Berry Foreign Languages Mr. Eugene Prior Foreign Languages Miss Elizabeth Doherty Commercial Mr. Carlton Cormier Foreign Languages Mr. Roderick Silva Foreign Languages Miss Barbara Kane Commercial Mr. Gino Fiore Foreign Languages Mr. Francis Daly Director — Commercial Mr. Francis Maioli Commercial Mrs. Marilyn Malone Commercial You ' re sure he came in third in the fourth?! 13 Mrs. Minna Richmond Commercial Mr. James Holland Industrial Arts Mr. Chester Lynch Physical Education Mr. Gerard Antonellis Director — Industrial Arts Mr. Francis McGeough Industrial Arts Miss Virginia Jcwett Physical Education Mrs. Dianne Maclntyre Home Economics Mr. Francis Devine Industrial Arts Mr. Patrick Nessar Industrial Arts Love those greenbacks! 14 PRINCIPAL ' S OFFICE PRINCIPAL ' S OFFICE— Mrs. Barbara Fow- ler, Mrs. Doris Crumbley, Mrs. Mary Perdigao. A. Fiilmine. CUSTODIANS CUSTODIANS— Mr. Peter O ' Donnell, Mr. Peter Sallen. Mr. John CowgiU. Mr. William Horn, Mr. George Gay. 16 SENIORS 17 CLASS HISTORY Very much impressed by the status of our position, we came as Freshmen to Stoughton High. The Class of 1964 sponsored its first dance as members of the High School on January 18, 1961. Mrs. Maureen Alcott, class advisor, worked with the officers — President, Richard Edwards; Vice President, Margo Cokinos; Sec- retary, Diane Kell; Treasurer, Joe Urciuoli; to make the dance a success. On March 18, the class sponsored its second dance which was well-attended and enjoyed by all. The following girls were elected to the Junior Var- sity cheering squad: Janice Corbett, Coralee Mead, Jane Simoneau, Linda Fredericks, and Bernadette Scaduto. Sophomore year, usually hitting with a dull thud, was an exception for the class of 1964. It was indeed a busy one. Under the direction of class officers Thomas Col- lins, Janice Corbett, Linda Ryan, and Joe Urciuoli, a mammoth cake sale was held at the B.P.M. And re- member the Polar Bear Plunge? This was probably the best record hop Stoughton High has ever seen. Sopho- more majorettes were Linda Ryan, Kathy Coffee, Michaele Harrington, Wanita Gomes, and Linda Zai- ser. Before we had time to turn and look, our first two years at the high school were fading behind us. We were here again, first day of school for the third time. The Junior Class, headed by Thomas Collins, Margo Cokinos. Megs Wallace, and Joseph Urciuoli, worked hard to make it a year to remember. After the first successful dance, Cupid Calls, preparation began for the Junior Prom, Moonlight and Roses, held on May 3, 1963. The setting for the prom was a walled terrace with canopies and rose arbors and a picket fence bor- dering the dance floor. Barbara Hall was chosen as the beautiful queen to reign for the evening. The class, deciding to sell sweatshirts and jackets as their class project, found this a profitable means of raising money. Anthony Pollillio, Andrew McCormick, Joseph Creeden, and Joseph Urciuoli were chosen as 18 representatives from S.H.S. to Boys ' State. Barbara Hall was Stoughton ' s representative to Girls ' State. We were upperclassmen, not yet caught in the whirl and wind of Senior days; yet respected as not too an- cient antiques of S.H.S. We are Seniors — and, even now, — the Junior Class is nudging us that we had better gather in the remaining minutes of high school. It has been quite a year. Thanks to the efforts of the waitresses, chefs and busboys, the Spaghetti Supper was a social success; profitable, too. Ronnie Lanza ' s band provided the mu- sic for the evening, and the courageous waitresses joined together singing, " Down at Papa Joe ' s. " During the year, our vivacious cheering captain, Janice Cor- bett, led the body in cheers for the teams. Linda Ryan was the head majorette. Donna Scripture and George Moses were co-editors of the Stotonian and they worked together with their various committees, to provide us with this book. Under the direction of the class officers, Thomas Collins, Theresa Walsh, Marguerite Wallace, and Jo- seph Urciuoli, the Seniors prepared for the Christmas Dance, " Yuletide Enchantment. " The setting was a Christmas Scene, cleverly transforming the gymnasium into a wonderland. Tony Camarra ' s band provided the music and later in the evening Santa made his appear- ance, bearing gifts for all present. A most enjoyable evening! Now, with the study halls and school buses in the past, our diplomas rolled, waiting for the ceremony, the historian of the Class of 1964 must put aside this pen dipped in memories. And yet, the history of the class has just begun. These four years are the prologue for tomorrow. And tomorrow . . . 19 Thomas Collins President Theresa Walsh Vice President Marguerite Wallace Secretary OFFICERS Joseph Urciuoli Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Frances Roche, Andrew McCormick. Linda Fredericks. Rich- ard Bernard, Tony Polillio. Jay Howland. Thomas Collins. Brian McLaughlin. Ronald Homer, Richard Edwards. Richard O ' Hare. Helen Zabronsky. Mary Fallon. Brenda Carolan. 20 21 " A penny for your thoughts. " Karen Joyce Allen A quiet lass . . . dancing and cooking make her happy . . . will work after graduation . . . her first day will always remain in her memory. Karen Marie Addison " Blue Velvet. " a quick smile . . . vivid memories of typ- ing class . . . water skiing, pizza, and basketball . . . Karen, a future secretary. Theodore Edward Angelos Ted ... a smile for every- one he meets ... a true gentleman . . . star member of the Vigor Club ... fu- ture as a civil engineer. John Baker " Jack " . . . true business- man . . . plans to retire at 20 . . . his specialty — indus- trial arts . . . can ' t enjoy lunch in cafeteria . . . " Fools Rush In. " Theresa Anne Barros " Tres " ... ice skating and french fries ... a marvel- ous hair stylist . . . the Goddard Hospital. . . never forgets the day she fell in the corridor. 22 Anna Frances Benson Never a dull moment . . . daydreaming or sewing . . . " I Will Follow Him " . . . vivid memories of making chlorine . . . sees teaching in her future. Claire Benson Pretty and petite . . . read- ing and talking on the phone . . . remembers " the kids " . . . dislikes top lock- ers .. . Claire hopes to be a teacher. Richard John Bernard Football and " Harbor Lights " . . . won ' t forget English III ... " Spider " leaves SHS lunches ... to be a civil engineer. Gary Daniel Bertrand A smiling face and a dis- position to match ... a real nice guy . . . calculates the speed of Chevys . . . after graduation, a mechanic. Joel Boroff " Joe " . . . cheeze and sauce equal pizza ... the odds say he ' ll be a success . . . not a better gentleman around. Robert Bolton, Jr. " Bob " ... a carefree and fun-loving individual . . . collects records and spends money . . . chemistry and clams . . . can be found in " Paradise. " 24 4 " Honest, I wasn ' t chewing gum! " John Calella Hunting and literature . . . hunting literature? . . . dis- likes crowded corridors . . . goes to plays and flower shows . . . John has an am- bition to be an architect. 25 Brenda Carolan Pert and resilient . . . col- lects fun and fancies . . . flys from dances to lab with a carefree air . . . " It ' s All In The Game. " Marguerite S. Carrier Such a happy person . . . Peg will make a good nurse . . . also good at falling down in class or listening to " Blue Velvet. " Richard B. Cartelli " Cart " ... An ardent gui- tar enthusiast . . . likes to draw — girls are his hobby . . . " Son of a Gun " . . loves Italian foods. 26 Jean Ellen Christman " Jeanie " ... a fragile little lady with a sparkling smile . . . plans to get an R.N. and go on to missionary work. Sandra Jeanne Christopoulos " Smokey " ... a jungle of stuffed animals . . . eating . . . sports . . . " Sixteen Tons, " eh? . . . would like to forget her Freshman year . . . the peoples ' servant. ' Yup, yup. A little to the left. There it is! " Joseph Clark Found working on cars . . . enjoys playing hockey . . . dislikes red lights . . . Joe remembers the fellas and Friday nights. Linda Marie Clark " Clarkie " . . . gay as always . . . she rides horseback . . . dancing and ice skating . . . " Sentimental Me " . . . having lots of fun . . . " Is that right? " Kathleen Sara Cobb Charm and culture . . . good natured . . . Kathy en- joys working with others . . . feminine, fancy, fashionable . . . giggling with Patsy on the phone. 27 Kathy Coffee Assured and responsive . . . grace in simplicity . . . will always remember majorettes and her first rally . . . Kacei and " Deep Purple. " Laurence Robert Cohenno wide awake machinist . . . follows " Auto Repair Manual " to the letter . . . Laurie ' s famous last saying, " One for the road! " Margo Joan Cokinos Lively and vivacious . . . " Whafs up Doc " . . . hav- ing a " good time " ... re- members chemistry labs ... a teaching career for Margo. Thomas Collins Qualities of leadership . . . unpresumingly intellectual ... air of nonchalance . . . always has the answer . . . a valued member of the Vi- gor Club ... a future Pres- ident? Joanne Marie Connors Dislikes studying for mid- years and finals . . . " You don ' t say? " . . . memories of gum chewing in gym class . . . Honey, a future airline stewardess. 28 Janice Corbett Found leading cheers for the fellows . . . industrious needle and thread ... a dash of delightful energy . . . Janni will never forget losing her hoop at the Jun- ior Prom. Francis Correia Outgoing and sturdy . . . Frank ' s motto " A lot of livin ' to do " . . . from Ath- letics he ' ll probably gradu- ate to teaching. " I can even do it with my eyes closed! Mary Juliet Costa Friendly and out-going . . . a whiz at bookkeeping . . . cooking, writing, foreign penpals . . . sure to make a fine career girl. Donna Costa Genuinely friendly ... a flare for the fashionable . . . rare refinement ... a smile for all . . . future on the Broadway stage. Edward Foster Cotton Wide grin . . . takes his fun where he finds it . . . Eddy juggling the books in his own accounting firm. 29 Joseph Creedon Reserved but competent . . . Joe leaves his mark in Ath- letics . . . and such a head for Math . to aspire to . follows form engineering. Alice Cronk Endless conversation . . . Friday nights and armory dances . . . will always re- member the crowd ' s get to- gethers . . . the golden voice of Patsy. Nancy Ellen Daly Friendly and outgoing . . . boundless enthusiasm . . . unfailing class spirit . . . fond memories of the Senior Reception . . . social work in Nan ' s future. Marjorie E. Darling Loves to dream . . . next stop — Brigham Young Uni- versity . . . will always re- member on-the-road Driver Ed ... a bright future for Margie. Susan Catherine Dawe Petite, peppy, precise ... a romantic at heart . . . born for Moonlight and Roses . . . found cheering for the boys . . . Sue. a future nurse. " I ' d rather do it myself! " 30 Patrick Cornel Deboard Bowling, swimming, clams and shrimp . . . likes Trig but not snobs . . . perpetu- ally late . . . " Won ' t you be my baby " . . . " Boob! " Marilyn Candace Decker " Candy " . . . always smiling . . . sports, dancing, and drawing, a certain boy . . . doesn ' t like snobs . . . " Oh well! thems the breaks. " Nancy Lee Defelice " Tonight, Tonight " ... at ease on horseback or in an Italian restaurant . . . pretty Dee . . . hunting a future as a legal secretary. Cheryl Jean Dennie Baking Cherri . . . " Time After Time " at the BPM ... a Scarlet O ' Hara in bookkeeping III . . . an in- tensly romantic person. William Dibbern " Bill " ... Mr. Neat . . . trapshooting and sports cars . . . Physiology and Biology Club . . . hopes to be a pro trap shooter. " I ' ve just won a free lunch from Mr. Coen. " 31 Donna Marie Doherty That certain something . . . an accent on French . . . free flying spirit . . . TNT- trim, neat, and terrific . . . Dede . . . decorating in New York. Louis Dykeman " Dewey " . . . completely unpredictable . . . leaving progress behind . . . head- ing for the forest . . . tak- ing steak and mushrooms with him . . . " Don ' t work too hard! " Joseph Duffy A little guy with a gruff laugh . . . " Duff " aims for college when not teeing off on the course . . . " Wipe- out. " Kenneth John Dzus " Deep Purple " . . . spends time listening to records . . . likes working on Sema- phore . . . Ken . . . wants to be a writer or a composer. Jeffrey David Eagles " Jeff " ... a boy with driv- ing ambition . . . can be found on a railroad heading lowards engineering . . . eating lobster while solving a physics problem. r ' Smile! You ' re on Candid Camera. " 32 Richard Martin Edwards " Ricky " . . . nice-looking, friendly, good natured, well- groomed . . . multimillion- aire . . . " neat huh? " . . . can be found talking to Maggie. Mary Elizabeth Fallon " Mary " ... a ready smile, a friendly " Hi " . . . lawyers are in for a fine secretary . . . Her smile wins many friends ... " I could care. " Donna Ewing " Baby Huey " . . . petite and polite ... a flair for the fashionable . . . will al- ways remember English . . . a successful career girl. Mary Helen Fisher Friendly and considerate ... a genuinely amiable per- sonality . . . loves spaghetti . . . cheerful outlook dis- solves problems . . . un- hesitant generosity . . . many domestic talents. John Francis Fitzgerald Keen sense of humor . . . the epitome of an Irishman . . . unpredictable as the weather . . . loves skating . . . Fitz . . . teaching in- dustrial arts. 33 ■ ' All this and lunch, too. " 34 Doris Mae Friel Short and sweet ... a si- lence which is golden . . . quiet simplicity . . . Doris high in the sky with TWA. Michael Garjian A ready laugh . . . takes his fun where he finds it . . . flippers and snorkel . . . willing and able to join the IBM engineers. Bruce Wayne Gay Kept us laughing . . . " Hoodsie " and swimming . . . future business college student . . . spaghetti and meatballs . . . " You don ' t say " . . . sleeping and the radio. " Spaghetti? Who said anything about spaghetti? " Frank Warren Gay " Franki " ... a born opti- mist . . . found enjoying life . . . likes pizza but not SHS lunches ... a service career for General Gay. Marion Florence George " Punkie " . . . making dough- nuts at Donut-Time . . . will use her hair styling abilities in the future . . . " Horse feathers! " 35 nrv " What do you mean we ' re not getting paid? " Cynthia Ellen Gill A touch of the artist . . . tennis and laughter . . . dis- likes people who take her seriously . . . Cindy, a happy future as a hairdresser. Peter Michael Ghetti " 21 2 watt bulb! ' . . . dating and spa(ghetti) ... re- members the long lunch lines . . . " Days of Wine and Roses " ... a future in Dad ' s business. Deedra Ann Gillespie Casual and carefree nature . . . enjoys being with others ... a future in the sky . . . the boundless en- ergy of Deedee. 36 Christian Antone Gomes, Jr. Hunting, cars and girls . . . school lunches! . . . expert auto mechanic . . . " Days of Wine and Roses " . . . Gomesy and a happy future. Wanita Rose Gomes Quiet charm, with an under- standing smile . . . majoret- tes and dancing ... a ca- reer in fashion design for Bobby. James Vincent Grasso " Jim " ... a petrolman with a gas tank to spare . . . spaghetti and homemade lasagna ... " I don ' t know " . . . dumb girls. David Goulston " Don ' t you wish it " . . . shooting for a basket . . . aiming to be a teacher . . . remembers falling asleep in Latin classes. George Alan Grigis A terrific monitor . . . SHS ' s best . . . loves pizza . . . remembers driver ed. . . . Al . . . hopes to be a police officer. " They ' re going to be running our country?? " 37 " Debbie Drake worshippers. ' ' Sally C. Hainley " Sal " . . . " Dreamy Eyes " . . . pizza and the radio . . . busy scissors and nee- dles . . . remembers driver ed. . . . the Junior Prom. Donna Hale " Ramblin ' Rose " . . . letter- writing, sewing, dancing . . . vividly remembers freshman year . . . girls ' woodwork- ing and Home Ec. . . . hairdressing in her future. Barbara Hall Blonde bubble of laughter . . . found target shooting, water-skiing, or playing the trumpet . . . Barb . . . hopes to become a nurse. N Michaele Mary Harrington A flair for the artistic . . . Moonlight and Roses . . . sketching, writing, and read- ing . . . Mickey ... a girl we will remember. John Andrew Hardy Laughing . . . homework his favorite subject, teaching his ambition . . . Johnny . . . out on the golf course or sweeping floors. 38 Stephen Paul Harvey Always found laughing . . . Imitations of J.F.K. . . . Steve ... a future safe and vault expert . . . makes life pleasant for those around him. " Mama said there ' d be days like this. Gretchen Louise Hausammann " Gretch " . . . crowned with freckles . . . will always re- member her first day at SHS ... a future with IBM or TWA. Nancy Carolyn Healy " Nanc " . . . bridle paths on Saturday afternoons . . . " Dream, Dream, Dream " . . . " D " period — horrible! . . . needles, threads, pots and pans . . . unfailing class spirit. Robert Wyndham Heath " Heathie " . . . hunting, fish- ing, and being " hunted " by the girls . . . plans to " wipeout " others as a pro- fessional hockey player . . . his touchdown against Eas- ton. Robert Michael Healy " Bob " . . . one of the boys . . . plans college and mak- ing heaps of money . . " Hot Knickers " does he like steak! 39 Muriel Ann Heberling The girl with the gorgeous hair . . . " Now and for Al- ways. " Muriel seeks happi- ness by being on time . . . " What can ya do? " Frances Anne Henderson " Tyke " ... a smile and a giggle . . . our horseback riding medical illustrator . . . her " Stranger on the Shore " is Geometry. I Lesley Marion Henkel " Les " . . . " The Lion Sleeps Tonight " . . . but this gal doesn ' t . . . she likes every- one and everything except crowded corridors . . . IBM programming in her fu- ture. Sharron Grace Hill " Sharron " . . . generosity and a smile . . . college and an M.D. are her hopes . . . math, pizza, and Biology Club. Michael Ronald Homer " Ronnie " . . . unmatched wit . . . talks about almost anything . . . sings the " September Song " won ' t forget " Moonlight and Roses " . . . and the Dra- matic Club. 40 Jay Rowland " Jay " . . . tall, strong and handsome . . . " Abelene " is " Great " . . . sports, friends and D block? . . . will never forget the Junior Prom ... an electrical en- gineer. Denise Jasmin A flair for fashion . . . bright eyes and smile . . . hairdressing plans . . . The SHS heating system peeved this gal . . . " I ' m freezing! " 0 John Robert Howland " Jack " of all trades ... a vigorous monitor . . . en- joys bowling and boating . . . fond of pizza . . . Ace, a future Air Force Mechanic. 41 Allen John Kazlousky " Kaz " . . . cheeseb urgers, cars, and the dictionary . . . " Oh gee! " . . . cooking his way to college . . . marine biology is his aim. Robert Anthony Kehoe A natural athlete ... re- members Latin III ... found in Brockton . . . sing- ing the Stoughton Fight Song . . . Bob. leading a life of leisure. Diane Edith Kell " Kelly " . . . endless conver- sation . . . " Forever Am- ber " . . . fried clams and the BPM . . . remembers meeting Mr. Whalen while humming " The Twelfth of Never. " Richard Andrew Kelley " Dick " . . thing once will try any- . . a mathema- tician with a chefs hat " Oh yeah! sports, used cars, and clams . . . Dick remembers his junior year. Rita Mary Kerins Always graceful . . . excit- ing memories of the Junior Prom . . . talking on the phone . . . Rita, with teach- ing in her future. ' if ' Poetry in motion. 42 Robert Daniel Kerins " Bob " . . . will eat anything that doesn ' t eat him first . . . scientist with a flair for writing . . . endless debates ... a career in nuclear physics. Paul Charles Kilgoar, Jr. " Paul " . . . sincere and hard working . . . eats pizza while reading The Great Escape . . . " tough! " . . . driving toward a chemistry career. " The score board must be wrong. Raymond Charles Klund Life of the party . . . SHS grilled cheese sandwiches . . . hopes to have a suc- cessful business . . . " Oh, Okay " . . . Ray likes prob- lems. David Konigsberg . casual and care- a sporting charac- " Irish " free . ter who likes shishkebab . . . likes to read on the way to " Abilene " . . . electronics technician. John Krowski " John " . . . perpetual grin . . . chef ' s special: cold beans . . . wants to travel on sea or skiis . . . " My cup runneth over. " 43 Joan Margaret Kubler " Joannie " . . . pert and re- silient . . . Oh! Yes! . . . wishes monitors were " Gone with the Wind " . . . artist with needle and thread . . . will soon be teaching. Robert William Langer At heart a kind and gener- ous person . . . " It ' s for the birds " . . . ham radio oper- ator . . . Bob, an aspiring electronics engineer. Catherine Claire Lanigan Energetic hours on " Don ' t Speak! ' memories of domestica " . . teaching career. tranquility . . . the phone . . . . . . fond her " Felis Katie and a Ronald M. Lanza " Ronnie " . . . drum playing mathematician . . . wants to " get with it " without mid- years and finals . . . found in research lab eating ra- violi. Jean-Marie Larkin " Jeanne " . . . utter simplic- ity .. . giant-economy-sized fun . . . won ' t forget French . . . tries to forget algebra . . . skiing her way to college. ' Did you get your bookie stamp yet? " 44 Michael Latora " Angelo " . . . the hot rod boy . . . free flying spirit . . . enjoys mechanics and gym ... a future with the Grand Prix Racing Cir- cuit? Jon Chester Ledin A quiet participant . . . stu- dies Mad magazine and Problems of Democracy . . . " Tonight " . . . oven browned sausages . . . Perry Mason ' s future competitor? " And in the center ring Shirley Legaski " Shirl " . . . eyes revealing a zest for living . . . " Theme From a Summer Place " . . . a future secretary or hair- dresser. Joyce Ellen Lehan Spirit and vivacity . . . sports, dancing and Girls ' Woodworking . . . " Blue Velvet " . . . will never for- get monitors or history . . . hopes to become a " Girl Friday. " Valerie Lemos Cultured and charming . . . agile tumbler . . . can be found in her ' 55 Pontiac . . . femininity and the art of loveliness. 45 Charlene Leonard Genuinely amiable . . . spa- ghetti, basketball, and the Junior Prom . . . " Blue Vel- vet " . . . will never forget English . . . hopes to be- come a hairdresser. Joseph Lepro Joe ' s cheerful outlook dis- solves his problems . . . " Not Too Young " to enjoy fishing and eating ... a fu- ture machinist. Stephen Edward Loftin " Steve " . . . shop and sleep- ing .. . hunting and repri- mands ... a quiet and in- dustrious fellow ... re- serves a position in the busi- ness world. f " Did you hear what she did? " Dolores Lombre Delicate and delightful . . . enjoys making new friends ... a real style setter . . . a successful secretary or model. Paul Gordon Lucas Coin-collecting, french fries, water skiing . . . dislikes red stop lights and crowded corridors . . . hopes to at- tend engineering school . . . " Don ' t worry! " 46 Paul Lyons Sleeping, swimming, and pizza ... a coin-collector . . . " Oh ya! " . . . Paul hopes to use his automotive ability in the future. Paul George Lysko Ivy leaguer . . . hunting and fishing ... a career in bi- ology or chemistry . . . will always remember the explo- sion in chemistry lab. Robert Lyttle The strong, silent type . . . enjoys all sports . . . Bob vs. the one way stairway . . . future teacher or social worker. " Let ' s push it; tomorrow is Saturday. " 47 " Forward men ... we can take that hill. " Diane March Sincerity that invites confi- dence . . . " Gone with the Wind " . . . will never forget senior year . . . physiology and a nursing career. Andrew John McCormick " Andy " ... a smile, an ex- tended hand, a friend . . . pizza and pep rallies ... a true sportsman . . . civil engineering is his goal. Sheila McCormick " Sheila " . . . settings and . . . passes and writing the artist . . . grease paint time working short stories . . . Moonlight and R oses . . . hopes to become a fash- ion designer. 48 Brian McLaughlin Can be found thumbing rides to and from town . . . enjoys sports hkes student council best . . . Brian will make a great teacher. Mary E. McLaughlin Sincere and delightful . . . Mary Beth enjoys hunting and horseback riding . . . " It ' s Only the Good Times " . . . A bright future as a dental nurse. Barbara Mercer " Oops " . . . one way stair- cases . . . spaghetti, tennis, and " Tonight " . . . hopes to be a commercial artist . . . Barbie, an avid art fan. " At last . . . front row seats. " Coralee Mead A cheerful and charming redhead . . . can be found picking up the girls . . . de- tests empty gas tanks . . . Lee, a doctor. Pamela Jeanne Merriam Pleasant, cheerful . . . Pam . . . future registered nurse . . . will never forget lunch- times . . . plays a good game of Field Hockey. 49 Ronald Peter Millman Enjoys working on cars . . . A W rootbeer . . . remem- bers falling asleep in class . . . Ron. quiet, refined and trustworthy. Thelma Jean Mitchell Cheerful . . . enjoys stock car races and Pizza . . . school lunches? . . . will never forget teachers ' funny remarks . . . excessive lin- guist. Joseph Moran Joe. a friendly boy in sneakers . . . will attend Northeastern University . . . baseball and hockey . . . will never forget Latin III class. Paul Morris Bigger than life . . . enjoys outdoor sports . . . dislikes N.Y. Giants and Y.A. Title . . . " ' Little Moe, " a future criminal lawyer. George Moses Gentleman George . . . captivating personality . . . sailing to Wentworth . . . trades an anchor for a spatula on Tuesdays . . . hard working Stotonian Edi- tor. Paul Anthony Moses " Say there. " " Moon River " . . . T.V.. records, and physics . . . can be found selling Stotonian ads . . . ' " Willie. " Ronald Nayler Ambitions, studies, ana high ideals . . . likes photography: but not writing compositions . . . will never forget the hydrogen generator blowing up in lab. 50 Maureen Claire O ' Neill " Mo " . . . always on the go . . . pizza and coke ... a future Florence Nightingale . . . constantly on the alert . . . " What ' s new, kids? " Robert Fraser O ' Neil Makes his own fun . . . " O ' dee " . . . faithful mem- ber of the Chefs ' Club . . . will remember A-lunch . . . " You ' re outa your head " . . . college bound. William Joseph O ' Neil " Bill " . . . fond memories of French I and II . . . found eating spaghetti at the Chefs ' Club . . . casual and carefree. Raymond O ' Reilly " Oh really, " O ' Reilly? . . . shooting, watching televi- sion, photography . . . A Tale of Two Cities . . . English is " Torture " ... a future machinist. " He ' s really a nice guy! " Cheryl Dianne Ottaviani Those dark, sparkling eyes . . . found either talking or laughing . . . doesn ' t like to read ... a future secretary or bookkeeping accountant. 52 Robert A. Pacheco " Chico " . . . wisecracks from the back of the room . . . likes to collect match- book covers . . . future ex- ecutive manager. Calvin Paine Painting, reading, History . . . anything good to eat . . . remembers first time out for track . . . Cal hopes to do well in anything he attempts. " It says here that 37% of all Laplanders use rusty razor blades. " Roger C. Paine English, western music, bas- ketball . . . Roger ... ice skating and good books . . . remembers writing composi- tions . . . dislikes monitors and one-way stairs . . . " Really! " Edward Justin Palayma " Ed " . . . fishing, progres- sive jazz, and physics . . . " The Red Badge of Cour- age " . . . Lobster, steak and anything fattening . . . vivid memories of teachers ' jokes. Virginia Ann Peterson " Moon River, " riding, ice cream . . . " couldn ' t care less " about spelling . . . spends her spare time work- ing . . . Ginny, a future elementary teacher. 53 Ronald E. Poch Howard Bradley Poole Chess. Engineering Draw- ing, fun . . . Ron. a man of unknown abilities . . . one of our future engineers . . . finds filling out Senior Pro- file embarrassing. Anthony Edward Polillio Football and Tony . . . Geometry and pizza . . . " Running Scared " . . . dis- likes spelling . . . chemistry lab will always remain in his memories ... a future civil encineer. Day dreaming and math . . . " Stop faking Poole, your collar bone isn ' t bro- ken " . . . Howie hopes to teach Math . . . homework on time? . . . " That ' s life. " 54 Phyllis Elizabeth Porter Swimming, ice cream, " Our Summer Song " . . . short- hand will keep when she is a secretary . . . Phil likes her History Book . . . " How ' s that get ya? " Jo-Ann Margaret Powers Spends money and uses up gas . . . turkey and Career Girls . . . dislikes gym ex- ercises . . . remembers fall- ing down stairs in the A building. William Francis Pushee Ready to offer his time and talents . . . tall and tapered ... a true sportsman . . . beef-eater . . . " Push " as a wealthy draftsman. Ronald Stanley Radvilas " Chillas " and " Kappakasin- ski " . . . New Hampshire, Mr. Gregory ' s Physics Club, and pizza . . . remembers General Science class, and SHS hot lunches. Evan Alan Raine " Ev " ... A real swinger to " Sugar Shack " . . . The Air Force Academy . . . Prob- lems of Democracy, chemis- try labs, and venison. 55 i Richard Ramos ' " Ramo " and sports . . . en- joys Krowski ' s variety of moods . . . found at Nor- wood Parties . . . the Air Force . . . spaghetti, chefs ' club . . . " Stitch! " John Joseph Ready " John " ... an excellent chef . . . " Moon River " and homework . . . hopes to be- come a CP. A. . . . collects stamps and likes swim- ming. Delores Marie Rebello French fries, career girls, and history class . . . falling up the stairs . . . Canton boys . . . " Tonight " . . . Dela, a hairdresser. " It ' s so awful.I can ' t look! ' Joan Beverly Reynolds " Joni " . . . creates songs for the piano . . . bowling and having a good time . . . likes boys that like to go steady . . . eats fried chick- en. Carolanne Ricci " Chick " . . . roller skating, dancing, singing . . . likes Career Girls . . . dislikes copycats . . . Mister ' s Do- nuts and Central ' s Pizza ... a future private secre- tary. 56 Frances Catherine Roche Sunshine and humor. Inc. . . . Frannie ' s ambitions border on being a multi- miUionaire ' s wife . . . " He ' s So Fine, " eh? . . . Careful, " You Beast. " " The devil in disguise. " Annabel Elizabeth Rogers Spontaneous laughter . . . " Love is a Many Splendor Thing " . . . found at Ma ' s . . . those crowded mirrors! . . . Annie ... a future Latin and English teacher. John James Rogers Complacently abides his hours boating or sailing . . . How ' s about the insurance business? . . . Jack, a friend of " Little Buddah. " 57 Walter Rogers Jay, a future businessman . . . says " OK " to scuba diving and shop ... re- members his event filled 4 yrs. with ' ole SHS. David Roman " Dave " . . . nonchalant and carefree . . . the boy with fire in his hair . . . hurried or worried . . . never! . . . pizza prone. Laurence Frederick Rose " A rose by any other name would be as sweet " . . . " Larzo " was issued his third French I book ... A future biology teacher. " One more dish and we use you for a cloth. " John Guy Rossi If science is his favorite sub- ject that snooze didn ' t prove it! . . . Rossi is found sleep- ing or around (under?) cars . . . Hey, " What ' s new? " William E. Rubel A future marine architect ... an avid dislike for Shakespeare . . . Bill takes to the water with boating and water skiing. 58 Charlene Susan Ruggiero Petite, pert and vivacious . . . can be found on a " Sentimental Journey " . . . Charli ' s giggles . . . con- temporary literature and art . . . " I ' ll never tell. " Peter Rutledge " Pete " . . . golf, steak, and french fries . . . can ' t forget English or long homework assignments . . . " To Kill a Mockingbird " . . . working his way to college. Linda Beverly Ryan Pert and pretty . . . Lynn aspires to traveling and writ- ing ... A head for mathe- matics and a liking for steak . . . says " How sad " to hypocrites. " Ugh . twenty minutes more. ' Linda Ellen Salter A vivacious outlo ok and a wide grin . . . Lynn steers for Chandler ' s . . . dislikes tardy people . . . but, " It ' s All In The Game. " Elizabeth Ann Savicki Betty . . . talented, studious and full of laughs . . . Gone with the " Wayward Wind " . . . " Ratche frats " . . . sports, art, and horse- back riding . . . aiming at college. 59 Bernadette Angela Scaduto Petite enthusiast . . . loves cheering for the fellows . . . Bernie would like to teach but " Till Then " concentrates on her physiology. John Schoaf Fresh air fiend . . likes eating steak and loafing . . . monitors bother him . . . business and college are in his future. John J. Shea Happy-go-lucky . . . fishing, sicak, doing " nuthin " . . . industrial arts career is in his future . . . after school snacks at Al ' s. Donna Kathleen Scripture " September Song " . . . sew- ing, reading, playing piano . . . found at Howard John- son ' s . . . Gone With the Wind . . . Donna . . . Cast la vie. Michael James Shea " Mike " . . . pleasing per- sonality . . . math club, chicken, bowling ... re- members his sophomore year but tries to forget SHS lunches . . . future at Bent- ley ' s. " Aw c ' mon not the bell! ' 60 Albert Silva " Al " . . . playing the accor- dian, lobster, toastmasters ' club . . . likes English but not getting up in the morn- ing . . . remembers his years at SHS. Michael Bernard Shuman The great debater . . . girls, girls, girls . . . loves Chi- nese food . . . vivid memo- ries of the exploding hydro- gen-oxygen generator . . . Mike, a future journalist. William Silva " Bunny " . . . " Blue Bayou " . . . bowling, egg fou yung and Latin . . . scratching on the 8-ball . . . watch out for this " business tycoon. " William Simmons Golfing, bowling, pizza . . . " You wish it " . . . likes his- tory but hates up and down stairs ... a future civil en- gineer. 61 Ladies ' Silver Tea . . . daily . . . 12.02. Thomas Slowey " Tom " . . . likes submarine sandwiches, and chess club . . . records and no home- work . . . dislikes sessions . . . wants to attend North- eastern. Laurel Smith " Lollie " . . . campfires and scorecards ... a big. black eye . . . loves to laugh . . . enjoys sketching ... re- members the first day substi- tute teaching. Brian Robert Snow Skiing and sports . . . Pho- tography Club. Chess Club, woodworking . . . fried chicken, steak . . . will al- ways remember French I . . . very quiet. Pamela Smith " Pami " . . . poised and courteous . . . sewing, danc- ing, pizza, lobster . . . won ' t forget Stoughton - Canton football games . . . future medical secretary. 62 Walter J. Stepanski " Walt " . . . Ham Radio Club and Cars . . . driving and pizza . . . remembers study hall . . . will be a good radio technician. " What! Ten more people ... in this row? Diane Theresa Suslowicz " Sus " . . . sure to succeed . . . " Hey you guys! " . . . likes writing poems, sketch- ing, spaghetti, physics club ... a future physicist. Juliana J. Taylor Vivacious Joanne . . . let- ting her hair grow ... a terrific waitress even if she does dream . . . Howard Johnson ' s epicurean. Elaine Marie Tallarida A friendly smile and cheery greeting for everyone . . . ready to lend a hand . . . that raven hair . . . legal secretarial work in Elaine ' s future. Josephine Tedeschi A smile and a sympathetic ear . . . Italian spaghetti . . . will always remember Driver Ed. ... Jo and a flair for fashion. 63 I Bette Jo Ann Thompson A smile, an extended hand, a friend ... a desire to learn . . . vivid memories of her first day at SHS . . . Bette Jo, and high ideals. Judith Ann Tracy " You ' re kidding! " ... the time a chair toppled? . . . decorating cakes isn ' t so embarrassing! . . . Problems of Democracy . . . " It ' s Now or Never. " Donna Esteleen Thornton " Tex " ... a real interest in everything and everybody . . . engineering . . . south- ern charm . . . enjoys music and playing the piano . . . " Well, that ' s the way it goes, " Merrill David Tobin " Speed-ball, " ... an instant answer to everything . . . the class jester . . . quiet and refined?! . . . Stough- ton ' s cheerful golf pro . , . amiable and friendly. Charles Francis Tracey A true gentleman , . . watching the girls! , . . " Thanks for the Memories " . . . Rolls-Royce in the fu- ture. Charlie? . . . deep and quiet. " 227-30-996 " 64 William E. Trowbridge Musical monitor . . . can ' t find the route from Easton to Stoughton in the diction- ary . . . good at woodwork- ing and eating spaghetti. Judith Elaine Tyler " Judy " . . . physiology and sketching . . . being stood in the corner in study . . . " So This is Love? " ... a football enthusiast. Robert Van Veiga " Bob " . . . " Hey, ya " . . . " Moon River " . . . eating, sleeping, thinking . . . phys- iology . . . Moonlight and Roses . . . hopes to study in the field of medicine. " Now read through the patch. Joseph Charles Urcuioli Mathematical wizard — all round " Tiger " . . . " What the heck! " . . . perpetually late . . . our football co- captain . . . " Deep Purple " ... a future engineer. Nancy Ann Ventura " Nanc " . . . " Blue Velvet " . . . likes knitting and danc- ing . . . Macaroni and meat- balls . . . remembers moni- tors and getting caught eat- ing in class . . . cheerful and amiable. 65 Teresa Marie Walch Dancing, strawberry milk- shakes, and top lockers . . . hopes to be an airline host- ess Girl Terry is a Career . feminine fantasy. ' I can tell by your friendly faces there ' s a meeting here tonight. Richard Curtis Warren " Dick " artistic chef ... air of nonchalance . . . except when his car won " t run . . . then he thumbs rides . . . career in com- mercial art. Elaine Ruth Welch " Elaine " . . . forever femi- nine . . . " Only in America " . . . she can find crowded corridors . . . pizza and dancing . . . pleasant teach- er-pupil relationships . . . secretarial ambitions. 66 Leslie Ellen Wilding " Leslie " . . . artist with a cookbook . . . found driv- ing the car . . . " You know . . . she likes dancing ... a teaching career after college. Raymond James Willock " Ray " . . . relaxed, reliable, residual . . . sings rock and roll . . . baseball and steak . . . wants to " move out " into the world of medicine. Francis Edward Winslow " Frank " . . . spirited sports- man . . . wants to " wipe- out " homework . . . Eng- lish, steaks, football . . . makes excuses . . . found in the gym . . . All-American look. " This is the way you do it, girls. " " Al " . certo suey? ment Alan Wong . . anyone for a con- . . . steak and chop . . . makes every mo- of his life enjoyable a pleasure to know. Brenda Woodman " Brenda " . . . Mona Lisa with a smile . . . anyone care to argue about it? . . . happiness for her is not hard to find. 67 Roger Young " Rodg " . . . searching for a remedy to cure our colds . . . physics lab . . . Ah, ' The Sound of Music " . . . still waters run deep. Helen Zabrosky " Helen " ... full of spirit and fun . . . can be found ranking Canton Boys with " Dela " . . . writing and talk- ing — no problem at all. Zaiser sketball . . . twirling for ;ition . . . Secretarial trives to be 68 Janis Marie Zepf " Jan " . . . spends time on the phone and at the Spa . . . dreaming . . . French . . . hopes to become a teacher . . . " Moon River " . . . will always remember history class. Ralph Cafarelle " Michael " . . . calm and quiet . . . likes to work . . . true outdoorsman . . . en- joys hunting and fishing . . . remembers good old SHS. 46 ' AC Hyp O If Peter Edwin Lacivita Competent and efficient . . . railroads, scubas, and flip- pers . . . found in chemistry lab . . . college bound sci- ence student . . . " Chivalry is not dead! " V hat a dayl 69 ADDISON, KAREN: Career Girls ' Club 4; Drill Team 1, 2. ALLEN, KAREN: Career Girls ' Club 4; Drill Team 1; Li- brary Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. ANGELOS, THEODORE: Freshman Basketball 1, 2, J.V. Basketball 3, 4; Christmas Dance Committee 4; J.V. Football 1, V. Football 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Photography Club 1; Sr. Rec. Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Track 1. BAKER, JOHN: Jr. Prom Committee 3; Monitors 3, 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. BARBATO, PAUL: Chefs ' Club 3, 4; Gym Leader 3, 4; J.V. Football 1; Monitor 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Track 2, 4; V. Football 3. BARROS, THERESA: Career Girls ' Club 4. BATTE, AL: Freshman Basketball 2; Freshman Football 1; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Football 2; V. Baseball 3, 4; V. Basketball 3, 4. BENJAMIN, BARBARA: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Chorus 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Knitting Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook Staff 4. BENSON, ANNA: Future Teachers ' Club 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Jr. Toastmasters ' Club 4; Radio Club 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. BENSON, CLAIRE: Biology Club 4; Dance Committee 1; Drill Team 2, 3; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Industrial Arts 2; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook Staff 4. BENTHAM, BRUCE: Monitors 2, 3; Shop Hop 3. BERNARD, RICHARD: Dance Committee 3; Executive Committee 4; Football 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Reception Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 3, 4; Track 3. BERTRAND, GARY: Jr. Prom Committee 3; Radio Club 1; Toastmasters ' Club 4. BOROFF, JOEL: Chefs ' Club 4; Radio Club 1, 2, 3. BROOKS, WESLEY: J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Football 1, 2; V. Baseball 3. CALELLA, JOHN: Audio-Visual Aids 1; Camera Club 1; (at Norwood High). CAMBELL, ROGER: Industrial Arts Society 2, 3, 4; Moni- tors 3, 4. CAPAZZOLI, PETER: Industrial Arts 3, 4; Monitors, 3 (Vice- President); Shop Hop 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. CAROLAN, BRENDA: Biology Club 4; Dance Committee 1. 3; Dramatic Club 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Executive Committee 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2; Industrial Arts Society 2, 3; J.V. Field Hockey 2; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. CARRIER, PEGGY: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; Future Teachers ' Club 2; Library Assistant 1, 2; Modern Language Club 2; Prom Committee (Co-Chairman) 3; Semaphore 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. CARTELLI, RICHARD: Dance Committee 1, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Executive Committee 1, 2, 3; Rifle Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. CEDERHOLM, KARL: Spaghetti Supper 4. CEDERHOLM, KENNETH: Dance Committee 1, 2; Indus- trial Arts Society 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1; Monitors 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook Staff 4. CHRISTMAN. JEAN: Biology Club 4; Clinic Assistant 2, 4; Future Nurses ' Club 2, 3; Guidance Assistant 3; Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Knitting Club 1; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. CHRISTOPOULOS, SANDRA: J.V. Basketball I, 2, 3; V. Bas- ketball 4; Biology Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2; Future Teachers ' Club 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3 (Co-Captain) 4; Prom Committee 3; Reception Committee 4; Softball 1, 2, 3 (Co- Captain) 4; Spaghetti Supper 4, Student Council 2. CLARK, LINDA: Drill Team 1. 2; Senior Prom Committee 4. COBB. KATHLEEN: Career Girls ' 4; Chorus 1, 2; Class Night Usherette 3; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. COHENNO, LARRY: Industrial Arts Society (President) 4; Monitors (President) 3, 4. COTTON, ED: (Entered Senior year) Dramatic Club 4; Sen- ior Play. COFFEE, KATHY: Chorus 1; Dance Committee 1, 2. 3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 3; Girls ' Intramurals 1; Girls ' Wood- working 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Majorettes 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. COKINOS, MARGO: Basketball 1; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2; V. Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Vice-President 1,3; Dance Committee 1, 2. 3, 4; Executive Committee 2; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Girls ' Woodworking 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 4; Rose Song 2; Year- book 4; Grand Marshall 3. COLLINS, THOMAS: Class Officer (President) 2, 3, 4; Christmas Dance 4, Dance Committee 1; Executive Committee 1; Football 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Physics ' Club (President) 4; Senior Prom 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. CONNORS, JOANNE: Dance Committee; Senior Reception 4; Drill Team 1; Spaghetti Supper 4. CORBETT, JANICE: Biology Club 1, 4; J.V. Cheerleading 1, 2; V. 3, (Captain) 4; Dance Committee 2; Executive Commit- tee 1, 2; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Student Council 1; Spaghetti Supper 4. CORRIEA, FRANK: Boys ' State Ahernate 3; Freshman Bas- ketball 1; Gym Leaders ' Club 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Physics ' Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; V. Baseball 1, 2, 3 (Co-Captain) 4; V. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. COSTA, DONNA: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 3; Dramatic Club 3; Foreign Correspondence Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. COSTA, MARY: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Foreign Correspondence Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Knitting Club 1; Library Assistant 1, 2, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Year- book 4. CRONK, ALICE: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Foreign Correspondence Club 2; Glee Club 1; Jr. Miss Pageant 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. CREEDON, JOSEPH: Executive Committee 2; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Football 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2; Semaphore 3, 4; V. Basketball 3, 4; V. Football 2, 3, 4; V. Track 2, 3, 4. DALEY, NANCY: Career Girls ' Club 4; Commencement Usherette 3; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Library Assistant 1; Modern Language Club 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Semaphore 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 2; Yearbook 4. DARLING, MARJORIE: Cafeteria Help 4; Chorus 1; Drill Team 1, 2. 3; Foreign Correspondence Club 2; Girls ' Monitor Squad 3; Photography Club 3, 4; Semaphore 3. DAWE, SUSAN: Cheerleader 3, 4; Chorelettes 2; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1; Executive Committee 2; Girls ' Woodworking 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. DeBOARD, PATRICK: J.V. Baseball 2, 4; Biology Club 3; Cross-Country 3; J.V. Football 2; Physics ' Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Spring Track 3, 4. DECKER, MARYLYN: Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Biology Club 2; Girls ' Physical Education Club 3; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4. DeFELICE, NANCY: Career Girls ' Club 4; Christmas Dance 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, (Colorguard); Guidance Assistant 4; Library Assistant 2; Literary Magazine 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Semaphore 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. DENNIE, CHERYL: Career Girls ' Club 4; Glee Club 1; Guidance Assistant 4; Knitting Club 1. DIBBERN, WILLIAM: Biology Club 4. DOHERTY, DONNA: Daisy Chain 3; Dance Committee 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. DUFFY, JOSEPH: Basketball 3; Football 3; Golf Team 3, 4, (Captain); Honor Society 3; Physics Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. DYKEMAN, LOUIS: Chess Club 4; Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. DZUS, KENNETH: Int ' ramural Basketball 2; Semaphore 1, 2, 3. 4. EAGLES, JEFFREY: Biology Club 2; Chemistry Lab Assist- ant 3. 4; L.R.Y. 1, 2, 3 ,4; National Science Foundation Sum- mer Science Institute 3; Physics Club 4. Science Fair 2, 3 4 EDWARDS, RICHARD: Chefs ' Club 3, 4; Class President 1; Dance Committee 1, 2; Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Intramu- ral Basketball 2. 3; J.V. Football 2; Monitor 4; Prom Commit- tee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Council 4. EWING. DONNA: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 2; Executive Committee 3; Glee Club 1; Knitting Club 3. 70 FALLON, MARY: Career Girls ' Club 4; Christmas Dance 4; Daisy Chain 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Executive Commit- tee 4; Girls ' Woodworking 3; Intramural Basketball 1; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Prom Commit- tee 4. FISHER, MARY: Career Girls ' Club 4. FITZGERALD, JOHN: Dance Committee 1, 3; Executive Committee 1, 4; Freshman Football 1; Industrial Arts 2, 3, (Secretary) 4; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Football 2; Monitors 2, 3, (Secretary) 4; Prom Committee 3; Track 4; V. Baseball 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. FOSTER, ANN: Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Toastmasters 3, 4; Knitting Club 2, 3; Modern Language Club 1. FOWLER, SHARON: Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Career Girls ' Club 4. ERASER, ROBERT: Electronics Club 4; Monitors 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4. FREDRICKS, LINDA: Biology Club 4; Daisy Chain 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Executive Committee 3; Glee Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Junior Cheerleader 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Senior Cheerleader 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. FRIEL, DORIS: Bridge Club 4; Career Girls ' Club 4; Knitting Club 1; Library Assistant 1, 2; Physical Education Club 3; Nurses ' Club 2. GARJIAN, MICHAEL: Band 1; Chefs ' Club 3; Chess Club 2; Physics Club 4; Rifle Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' 3, 4. GAY, FRANK: Monitor 3. GEORGE, MARION: Career Girls ' Club 4; Girls ' Woodwork- ing 4; Knitting Club 3; Photography Club 3. GHETTI, PETER: Biology Club 2; Executive Committee 2. GILL, CYNTHIA: Bridge Club 4; Career Girls ' Club 4. GILLESPIE, DEEDRA: Dance Committee 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Girls ' Woodworking 3; Intramural Basketball 1; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. GILLIS, PATRICK: Intramural Basketball 2; J.V. Football 1; Spaghetti Supper 4. GLASSFORD, ROBERT: Electronics Club 4; Ham Radio Club 2, 3; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Monitor 2, 3, 4. GOMES, CHRISTIAN: Monitors 3, 4; Shop Hop 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. GOMES, WANITA: Basketball Manager 2; Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 4; Drill Team 1; Foreign Corres- pondence Club 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3: Library Assistant 2; Majoretts 3, (Co-Captain) 4; Pet Squad 1; Physical 1; Physical Education Leaders ' Club 3; Spaghetti Sup- per 4; Usherette at Graduation 1963; Yearbook 4. GOULSTON, DAVID: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intra- mural Football 1. GRASSO, JAMES: Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Chefs ' Club 3; Chess Club 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. GRIGAS ALAN: Monitors 3, 4. HAINLEY, SALLY: Dramatic Club 1; Jr. Prom Decoration Committee 3; Jr. Toastmasters ' Club 4; Knitting Club 3; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. HAINLEY, SALLY: Dramatic Club 1; Jr. Prom Decoration Committee 3; Jr. Toastmasters ' Club 4; Knitting Club 3; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. HALE, DONNA: Dance Committee 2; Dramatic Club 1; Girls ' Woodworking 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. HALL, BARBARA: Band Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus Librar- ian 3, 4; Dance Band (Secretary) 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2; Girls ' State Delegate 3; Guidance Assistant 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Secretary); Orchestra I, 2; Prom Committee 3; Prom Queen 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Gym Leader 4; Tennis Team 3, 4; Usherette for Baccalaureate 3; Yearbook 4. HARDY, JOHN: Intramural Football 1; Monitor 2, 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. HARRINGTON, MICHAELE: J.V. Basketball 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary); Drill Team 1, 2; Executive Committee 2, 3; Girls ' State 3; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Majorette 3, 4; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Tennis 3; Yearbook 4. HAUSAMANAN, GRETCHEN: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. HEALY, NANCY: Future Teachers ' Club 1, 2; Jr. Prom Decoration Committee 3; Waitress of Second Athletic Banquet 3; Waitress of 1963 Graduation Tea 3; Yearbook Staff. HEALY, ROBERT: Chess Club 2, 3; Mathematics Competition Club 3; Physics Club 4. HEATH, ROBERT: Chefs ' Club 4; Executive Committee 3; Freshman Track 1; J.V. Baseball 2; J .V. Football 1, 2; Spa- ghetti Supper 4; Track 3, 4; V. Basketball 3; V. Football 3, 4. HEBERLING, MURIEL: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Woodworking 1; Glee Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Knitting Club 3; Library Assistant 1; Semaphore 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4. HENDERSON, FRANCES: Dance Committee 1; Dramatic Club 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Girls ' Woodworking Club 1, 2; Graduation Usherette 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Knitting Club 3; Photography Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. HENKEL, LESLEY: Choralettes, Glee Club 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Ham Radio Club 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Knitting Club 4; Photography Club 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. HILL, SHARON: Biology Club 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Library Assistant 2, 4; Mathematics Club 3 (Secretary); Spaghetti Supper; Year- book. HOMER, MICHAEL: Alumnae Dance Committee 1; Biology Club 1; Chefs ' Club 3, 4; Class Committee 2; Dance Commit- tee 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 (President); Executive Committee 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Toastmasters ' Club 2; Yearbook Literary Staff 4. HOWLAND, JAY: Christmas Dance Committee 4; Executive Committee 4; Freshman Basketball 1; Indoor Track 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Senior Reception Committee 4; Track 1, 3, 4; V. Basketball 3, 4. HOWLAND, JOHN ROBERT: Monitor 3, 4. JASMINE, DENISE: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 1; Girls ' Woodworking 3; Knitting Club 2; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. JOHNSON, LOUISE: Junior Prom Committee 3. KAZLOUSKY, ALAN: Basketball 4; Dance Committee 1, 3; Executive Committee 2; J.V. Football 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Track 4. KEHOE, ROBERT: Freshman Basketball 1, Intramurals 2; Golf Team 3; J.V. Baseball 2; Physics Club 4. KELL, DIANE: Class Officer (Secretary) 1; Dance Commit- tee I, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Industrial Arts 2; Intramural Basketball 1; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Knitting Club 4; Nurses ' Club 2; Rose Song 2; Semaphore 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. KELLY. RICHARD: Baseball 4; Chefs ' Club 4; Dance Com- mittee 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Football 1; Mathematics Club 3; Senior Reception Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper — Chef 4. KERINS, RITA: Daisy Chain 3; Dance Committee 1, 2; Ex- ecutive Committee 1, 2; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3; Intramu- ral Basketball 1; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Semaphore (News Editor) 2, 3, 4; (Editor-in-chief); Spaghetti Supper 4; Year- book 4. KERINS, ROBERT: Chefs ' Club 3; Foreign Correspondence Club (Treasurer) 3; Junior Chefs ' Club 2; Literary Club 3. KILLGOAR, PAUL: Mathematics Club 3; Photography Club 1, 4; Radio Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4. KLUND, RAYMOND: J.V. Basketball 1, V. 2, 3, 4; V. Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; V. Track 4. KONIGSBERG, DAVID: Chefs Club 4; Electronics Club 4; Intramural Football 1; Photography Club 1, 2; Radio Club 2 KROUSKY, JOHN: Chefs ' Club 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Football 1, 3; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3; J.V. Football 2; Photography Club 1; Spaghetti Supper 4. KUBLER, JOAN: Daisy Chain 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Council 4; Usherette for Christmas Concert 2; Year- book 4. LaCIVITA. PETE: J.V. Football 2, 3; N.M.R.A. 2, 3, 4; Skin Diving Club 3, 4. LANGER, ROBERT: Amateur Radio Club 1, 2; (Vice-Presi- dent) Electronics Club 4. LANIGAN, CATHERINE: Intramural Basketball 1; Dance Committee 1, 2; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers ' of America 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Library Assistant 2; Semaphore 1, 2, 3, 4 (Copy Editor); Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook (Literary Editor) 4. 71 SUPERLATIVES 73 LANZA. RONALD; Band 1, 2, 3, (Vice-President) 4 (Presi- dent) Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Mathematics Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 4. LARKIN, JEAN: (Entered Junior Year) Biology Club 3: Chorus 3. 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. LAf ORA. MICHAEL: Biolosy Club 2; Chefs " Club 3. LEDIN, JON: J.V. Basketball 2. LEGASKI, SHIRLEY: Clinic Assistant 3, 4; Girls ' Woodwork- ing 2, 4; Graphic Art 2. LEHAN, JOYCE: Career Girls ' Club 4; Christmas Dance 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; J.V. Field Hockey 3; V. Field Hockey 4; Industrial Arts for Girls 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3: Library As- sistant 1. 2; Semophore 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. LEiMOS. VALERIE: Biology Club 2. 4; Dance Committee 2. 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President); Girls " Physical Education Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Tumbler 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. LEONARD. CHARLENE: Drill Team 1, 2; Girls ' Woodwork- ing Club 2. LEPRO. JOSEPH: Class Project 4; Monitors 2, 3. 4. LOFTIN. EDWARD: Monitor 2, 3, 4. LOMBRE, DELORES: Career Girls ' Club 4; Chorus 1. 2: Newspaper 3. LUCAS. PAUL: Chefs ' Club 3. LYONS, PAUL: P.A. Society 2. 3, 4; Monitors 2. 3, 4. LYSKO, PAUL: Bridge Club 4; Dance Committee 2; Execu- tive Committee 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Mathematics Club 3; Prom Committee 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 3, 4. LYTTLE, ROBERT: Basketball 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Bridge Club 4; Chefs ' Club 3: Executive Committee 1; Freshman, J.V. Basketball: J.V. Football; Intramural Football 3. 4; Golf 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. MALTBY, WILLIAM: Chef ' s Club 3; Dramatic Club 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. MARCH. DIANE: Band 1: Biolosv Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Chorus 3. McCORMlCK, ANDREW: Intramural Basketball 2, 3; V. Basketball 3. 4; Boys ' State 3; Executive Committee 3. 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (President); Mathematics Club (Presi- dent) 3: Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 4; Woodwork- ing Club 2: Yearbook 4. McCORMlCK, SHEILA: Chorus 2, 3; Christmas Dance Committee 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Literary Club 2: Prom Committee 4; Senior Reception Committee 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Yearbook 4. McEACHRON, FAITH: Career Girls ' Club 4; Drill Team 1; Monitors 2: Nurses ' Club 2, 3; Reception Committee 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. McGILLICUDY. ELAINE: Biology Club 3; Dramatic Club 4; Drill Team 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; J.V. Basketball Manager 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2; Usherette 3. McLaughlin. BRIAN: Christmas Dance 4; Dance Commit- tee 1. 2. 3: Intramural Basketball 2. 3. 4; Photography Club 1: Prom Committee 3. 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Council 2. 3. (President) 4; Student Council Conventions 3; V. Football 3; Yearbook 4. McLaughlin, MARY: career Girls ' Club 4; Christmas Dance 4; Dance Committee 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2, 3 (Color- guard); Prom Committee 3, 4; Cake Sale 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Semaphore Typing Staff 4; Yearbook 4. MEAD. CORALeE: Biology Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 1; Girls ' Woodworking 1. 2; Intramurals 1; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2; Senior Cheerleader 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. MERCER. BARBARA: Career Girls ' Club 4; Girls ' Wood- working Club 1; Junior Miss Pageant 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. MERRIAM. PAMELA: Basketball 2; Cheerleader 3; Dance Committee 1; Drill Team 1; Executive Committee 2. 3; Field Hockey 2; J.V. 3; V. 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Softball 3. 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette — Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. MLLLMAN. RONALD: (Entered Junior Year.) MITCHELL. THELMA: Clinic Assistant 4; Girls ' Woodwork- ing Club 1. 4; Senior Prom Committee 4. MORAN. JOSEPH: Baseball 2. 3. 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Football 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2: Track 2. 3. MORRIS. PAUL: Intramural Basketball 3; Football 3. 4; Gym Leader 3, 4; Mathematics Club 3; Physics Club 4. MOSES, GEORGE: Basketball 1; Chefs ' Club 3. 4; Dance Committee 1; Intramural Sports 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Year- book Editor 4. MOSES, PAUL: Cake Sale 2; Chefs ' Club 3, 4; Dance Com- mi ' tee 1, 2, 4; Executive Committee 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer); Mathematics Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Spa- ghetti Supper 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook 4. NAYLOR. RONALD: Chefs ' Club 2. 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Jr. Toastmasters ' Club 4; Mathematics Club 3; Mathematics Competition Club 4; Semaphore Staff 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. OAKES. SANDRA JEANNE: Dance Committee 1, 2; Future Nurses ' 3 (Vice-President); Girls ' Woodworking 2; Intramurals 1; Pep Squad 1; Semaphore 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. O ' BRIEN, PATRICIA: Basketball Intramurals 2; Dance Com- mittee 1; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Future Teachers ' 2, 3; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. OH ARE. RICHARD: Chefs ' Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. 4; Executive Committee 4; Gym Leaders " Club 2; Gym Leader 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Volleyball 1; Physics Club 4 (Treasurer); Photography Club 1; Prom Com- mittee 3; Reception Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; V. Track 3. 4; Yearbook 4. O ' NEIL. MAUREEN: Biology Club 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 1. 2. 4; Field Hockey 1. 2; Future Nurses ' Club 2, 3 (Secretary); Intramural Basketball 1. 2; Prom Committee 3, Rose Song 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Stotonian 4. O ' NEIL, ROBERT: Basketball 1, 2; Chefs ' Club 3; Executive Committee 2, 3; Football 1; Photography Club 1; Spaghetti Supper 4. O ' NEIL. WILLIAM: Biology Club 4; Chefs ' Club 3; Intramu- rals 2; Mathematics Club 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. O ' REILLY. RAYMOND: Chefs ' Club 4; Photography Club 1; Rifle Club 2. PACHECO. ROBERT: Chefs ' Club 4; Chess Club 4; Indus- trial Arts Committee 1, 2, 3; Monitors 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 3; Shop Hop 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Track 1. PAINE. CALVIN: Cross-Country 4; Industrial Research Club 3; Track 2. 3. PAINE. ROGER: Audio-Visual Aids Club 3; Graphic Arts Club 4. PALAYMA. EDWARD: Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3; Intramural Football 1; Mathematics Club 3; Mathematics Competition Club 3; Physics Club 4. PETERSON. VIRGINIA: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Biology Club 4; Dance Committee 1. 2. 3; Dramatic Club 4; Executive Committee 2, 3; Future Teachers " 2, 3 (Treasurer) J.V. Field Hockey 3; Guidance Assistant 2; Literary Maga- zine 1; Pep Squad 1; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Semaphore 4, Spaghetti Supper 4. PHILLIPS. RICHARD: Monitors 2, 3, 4. PIETROSZKIEVICZ. JOANNE: Drill Team 1. 2; Senior Re- ception Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. POCH. RONALD; Chess Club 2, 3. 4. POLILLIO. ANTHONY: Executive Committee 4; J.V. Foot- hall 2. V. 3. 4 (Co-Captain); Mathematics Club 3; Physics Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Track 3. 4 (Co-Captain). PORTER. P HYLLIS: Career Girls " Club 4. POWERS. JO- ANN; Career Girls ' Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Honor Society 2. 3, 4; Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. PUSHEE, WILLIAM: Archery Club 1; Chess Club 2; Indus- trial Arts Society 2, 3, 4; Monitors 3, 4. RADVILAS. RONALD: Chefs " Club 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Physics Club (Secretary) 4; Rifle Club 1; Spaghetti Supper 4; Intramural Volleyball 1. RAINE, EVAN: Basketball 1.2; Football 2; Intramural Foot- ball 1. 3. RAMOS. RICHARD: J.V. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Football 1. 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. READY, JOHN: Gym Leaders ' Club 2; J.V. Football 1; Sema- phore 1, 2, 3. REBELLO. DELORES: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. RE " yNOLDS, JOAN: Intramural Basketball 2; Class Night Usherette 3; Library Assistant 1; Senior Play Usherette 1; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 2, 4. 74 RICCI, CAROL: Career Girls ' Club 4; Intramurals 1; Knitting Club 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 2; Yearbook (Bookkeeping Editor) 4. ROACH, NANCY: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Committee 1; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Girls ' Woodworking 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Pep Squad 1; Semaphore 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook (Typing Editor) 4. ROBINSON, JOSEPH: Industrial Arts Society 4 (Treasurer); Monitor 2, 3, 4. ROCHE, FRANCES: J.V. Field Hockey 1; V. 2; Girls ' Wood- working 1, 4; Graduation Usherette 3; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. ROGERS, ANNABEL: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Rose Song; Spaghetti Supper 4. ROSE, LAURENCE: Biology Club 4; Chess Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. RUBEL, WILLIAM: Mathematics Club 3; Rifle Club 2; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. RUGGIERO, CHARLENE: Biology Club 1; Clinic Assistant 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2; Colorguard 3; Girls ' Industrial Arts Club 1; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 1; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. RUTLEDGE, PETER: Physics Club 4; Rifle Club 1, 2. RYAN, LYNDA: Class Secretary 2; Daisy Chain 3; Dance Committee 1, 2; Dramatic Club 2; Executive Committee 3; Foreign Exchange Alternate 3; Foreign Language Club; Girls ' State Alternate 3; Honor Society 2, 3; Intramurals 1; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Majorette 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Rose Song 2; Student Council 3, 4; Student Gym Leader 4; V. Basketball 3, 4 (Captain); Yearbook 4. SALTER, LINDA: Career Girls ' Club 4; Chorus 3; Dramatic Club 2; Radio Club 1, 2 (Treasurer) 3, 4. SAVICKI, ELIZABETH: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, V. 2, 3; (Co-Captain) 4; Chorus 3, 4; District Concert 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 4 (Treasurer); J.V. Field Hockey 1, V. 2, 3; Foreign Language Club 2; Girls ' State Alternate; Mathematics Competition Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice- President); SEMSBA 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Yearbook 4. SCADUTO, BERNADETTE: Biology Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Clinic Assistant 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers ' Club 3; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 1; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. SCHOAF, JOHN: Spaghetti Supper 4. SCRIPTURE, DONNA: Baccalaureate Usherette 3; Chorus 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Foreign Correspondence Club 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Semaphore 3, 4; Yearbook (Co-Editor) 4. SHEA, MICHAEL: Basketball 1; Executive Committee 3, 4; J.V. Football 1, 2; Mathematics Club 3; Spaghetti Supper; Yearbook 4. SHORE, VICKI: Career Girls ' Club 4; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Knitting Club 3; Library Assistant 1, 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. SHUMAN, MICHAEL: Band 1; Mathematics Competition Club 3; Physics Club 4; Toastmasters ' 2, 3, 4. SILVA, ALBERT: Audio-Visual Aids 1, 2; Aviation Club 1; Chefs ' Club 2, 3; Dance Committee 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Pho- tography Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' Club 4. SIMMONS, WILLIAM: Golf Team 3, 4. SIMONEAU, JANE: Biology Club 3, 4 (Secretary); Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Executive Committee 2; Girls ' Industrial Arts 2; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette Christmas Concert 2; V. Cheerleader 3, 4; Yearbook 4. SLOWEY, THOMAS: Chefs ' Club 4; Chess Club 3; Radio Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. SMITH, LAUREL: J.V. Basketball 1, V. 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; J.V. Field Hockey 1, V. 2; V. 3, 4 (Captain); Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3 (Secretary); Girls ' Physical Education Club 3 (Secretary- Treasurer); Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Library Assistant 2; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; J.V. Softball 1, V. 2, 3 (Captain), V. 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. SMITH, PAMELA: Drill Team 1, 2; Girl Monitors 3; Girls ' Woodworking 2, 3; Knitting Club 3; Typing 4. SNOW, BRIAN: Chess Club 2, 3; Photography Club 1. STEPANSKI, WALTER: Audio-Visual Aids 2, 3; Ham Radio Club 2, 3, 4. SUSLOWICZ, DIANE: Biology Club 3; Drill Team 2, 3; Future Teachers ' Club 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Physics Club 4. TALLARIDA, ELAINE: Career Girls ' Club 4; Drill Team 2; Girls ' Woodworking 3; Glee Club 1; Library Assistant 2; Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. TAYLOR, JULIANA: Biology Club 4; Chorus 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain 3; Executive Committee 3; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3; Jr. Toast- masters ' 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Softball 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Stotonian 4; Student Council 1, 2. TEDESCHI, JOSEPHINE: Clinic Assistant 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Debating Club 2; Drill Team 1, 2, 3 (Squad Leader) 4 (Captain); Future Nurses ' 3; Intramural Basketball I, 3; Knitting Club 4. THOMPSON, BETTY JO: Biology Club 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3. THORNTON, DONNA: (Entered Junior year); Physics Club 4. TOBIN, MERRILL: Band 1; Dance Band; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; J.V. Football; Golf Team 3, 4; Literary Magazine 2; Semaphore 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Toastmasters ' 4; Year- book 4. TRACY, JUDITH: Career Girls ' Club 4; J.V. Field Hockey 1; Rose Song; Spaghetti Supper 4. TROWBRIDGE, WILLIAM: Monitors 3, 4. TYLER, JUDITH: Biology Club 4; Dramatic Club 1; Girls ' Woodworking 2; Jr. Toastmasters ' Club 2; Knitting Club 3; Semaphore 3; Stotonian 4. URCIUOLI, JOSEPH: Basketball Manager 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Boys ' State Representative 3; Chefs ' Club 4; V. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Gym Leader 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Volleyball 1; Photography Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Physics Club 4; Class Officer (Treasurer) 1, 2, 3, 4. VEIGA, ROBERT: Biology Club 4; Chefs ' Club 4; Cross- country 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4; Semaphore 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. VOGEL, DONNA: Baccalaureate Usherette 3; Dance Com- mittee 3; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers ' of America Club 3; Nurses ' Assistant 4; Stotonian 4. VOSSMER, ROY: Biology Club 2; Chess Club 3. WALLACE, MARGUERITE: Basketball Intramural 1, 2; Ca- reer Girls ' Club 4; Class Officer (Secretary) 3, 4; Daisy Chain 3; Dance Committee 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Girls ' Woodwork- ing 1; Pep Squad 1; Prom Committee 3; Semaphore 4; Softball 1 ; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. WALSH, TERESA: Career Girls ' Club 4; Class Officer (Vice- President) 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Guidance Assistant 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Spaghetti Sup- per 4. WARREN, RICHARD: Chefs ' Club 4; Chess Club 3; J.V. Football 2. WILDING, LESLIE: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1; Future Teachers ' 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Yearbook (Proofreading Staff); Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. WILLOCK, RAYMOND: Baseball 4; Boys ' State 3, Alternate; Cross-Country 3 (Co-Captain), 4 (Co-Captain); Indoor Track 4; J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Football 2; Mathematics Club 3; Track 2, 3, 4; V. Baseball 3. WINSLOW, FRANCIS: Football 4; Track 4. WONG, ALAN: Chefs ' Club 4; Chess Club 3; Intramural Football 1, 2; Stotonian 4. WOODMAN, BRENDA: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Com- mittee 4; Girls ' Woodworking Club 2. WYNOTT, PATRICIA: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Commit- tees 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Girls ' Woodworking I. YAITANES, FREDRIC: J.V. Baseball 1; J.V. Basketball 1; V. Basketball 2, 3, (Captain) 4; Chefs ' Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 3, 4; J.V. Football 1; V. Football 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader 1; Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Council 4. YOUNG, ROGER: Chess Club 3; Physics Club 4. ZABROSKY, HELEN: Career Girls ' Club 4; Dance Commit- tee I, 2, 3; Executive Committee 1, 2, 4; Girls ' Woodworking Club 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Knitting Club 3; Rose Song 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook Staff (Typing) 4. ZAISER, LINDA: Basketball Team 3, 4; Career Girls ' Club 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Majorette 3, 4; Semaphore 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Tennis Team 3, 4; Yearbook Staff (Typist) 4. ZEPF, JANIS: Biology Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4 (Colorguard); Future Teachers ' of America Club 2, 3; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Rose Song 2; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette for Baccalaureate 3; Yearbook (Proof- reading Editor) 4. 75 76 77 SPAGHETTI CO-EDITORS: Donna Scripture, George Moses. CHAIRMEN: Paul Moses (Business), Sheila McCormick (Layout), Catherine Lanigan (Literary), Janis Zepf (Proofreading), Carol Ricci (Bookkeeping), Nancy Roach (Typing). 80 LITERARY: Catherine Lanigan (seated center. Chairman), Anna Benson, Ann Foster, Sandra Oakes, Sharron Hill, Margo Cokinos, Donna Doherty, Jean Christman, Elizabeth Savicki, Kathy Coffee, Rita Kerins, Nancy Healy, Jean Larkin, Elaine McGillicuddy, Michael Homer, Robert Veiga, Laurel Smith, Merrill Tobin. ft BUSINESS: Paul Moses (seated center. Chair- man), Larry Rose (assistant chairman), Mi- chael Shuman, Joanne Taylor, Kenneth Ceder- holm, Ronald Naylor, Bernadette Scaduto, Co- ralee Mead, Delores Rebello, Brenda Carolan, Andrew McCormick, Claire Benson, Joan Kub- ler, Elaine Tallarida, Jane Simoneau, Janice Corbett, Diane Kell, Deedra Gillespie, Linda Fredricks, Joyce Lehan, Francis Correia. PROOFREADING: Janis Zepf (seated center, Chairman), Betty Jo Thompson, Donna Vogel, Elaine McGillicuddy, Leslie Wilding, Sharron Hill. TYPING: Nancy Roach (seated. Chairman), Muriel Heberling, Mary McLaughlin, Linda Zaiser, Joanne Powers, Helen Zabrosky. 81 CLASS WILL With the dying breath of our high school days, we the Class of ' 64, — being of sound wisdom and wit, — do document our Last Will and Testament. ARTICLE I LOCKERS PAUL LYSKO leaves padlocked lockers to anyone who can handle a key. BILL DIBBERN leaves his locker to anyone with a dustpan and broom. Generous KATHY COFFEE leaves all the old clothes in her locker to the Salvation Army. JOAN KUBLER leaves the top locker she never could reach to a tiny kangaroo. MAUREEN O ' NEILL regrets she can not will her locker. She is still trying to open it. ARTICLE II BOOKS AND SUCH DIANE MARCH leaves her briefhand book to someone with a mechanical hand. BARBARA BENJAMIN leaves Macbeth and the witches to next year ' s seniors. NANCY DEFELICE leaves her mixed up shorthand notes to anyone who can translate ancient Chinese. DAVID ROMAN leaves his chemistry book and bunsen burner hose. PETER RUTLEDGE and DAVID KONIGSBERG both leave their al- gebra books for 2-. MARY COSTA leaves all her books to her girl friend Eilean. C.O.D. The more benevolent WILLIAM O ' NEILL leaves all his French books to Mr. Prior. DONNA VOGEL leaves " Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow. " SANDRA OAKES leaves her slide rule to her brother; CLAIRE BENSON leaves hers to Bobby Rodriques. THOMAS SLOWEY leaves his drawing board and compass to the Build- ing Planning Board. PAMELA SMITH leaves a " well-used " and " well-chewed " ball point pen. ARTICLE III ATHLETES AND ATHLETICS LYNDA RYAN leaves her baton and worries to next year ' s majorette captain. JANICE CORBETT leaves her megaphone to the lucky cheering captain of next year. BERNADETTE SCADUTO leaves her orange sneakers to someone with large feet. MARGO COKINOS leaves her orange sneakers, cheering skirt, and dirty socks to her sister Carol. SUSAN DAWE regretfully leaves behind two year ' s of cheering and sore throats. VALERIE LEMOS leaves her baton and boots to the new tumbler. SANDRA CHRISTOPOULOS leaves her vim to Kathy Noonan. PAUL MORRIS leaves Number 55 to a football hopeful. RAY WILLOCK leaves the Cross Country Course to next year ' s co- captains. BETTY SAVICKI leaves a few inches of her height to a worthy girl J.V. Basketball player. 82 FRANK CORREIA leaves a lay-up to Jay Doherty. FRANK WINSLOW leaves Number 49 football jersey to a senior bench- warmer. BRENDA CAROLAN leaves her gymnastic specials to Mary Lou. LAUREL SMITH leaves a battered and sadly depleted first aid kit to Maureen Cavanaugh. ARTICLE IV MISCELLANEOUS CYNTHIA GILL leaves all her pet dogs to Mr. Murray. NANCY HEALY leaves her love of horses and saddle sores to Pamela Lee. JOSEPH LEPRO leaves all his shop debts to some wealthy individual. PAUL LYONS leaves all his debts to David Turner. PAUL KILLGOAR and JOHN HARDY leave their brooms to the next corridor sweepers. ROBERT VEIGA leaves French IV with regret; WILLIAM RUBEL just leaves Algebra II. RICHARD KELLY leaves his unforgettable laugh. BARBARA HALL leaves her trumpet mouthpiece to George Blum. ROBERT HEATH leaves English midyears; and DONNA THORNTON leaves the " fun " of it all midyears. NANCY DALY leaves Mr. Coen ' s humorous class to the lucky under- ' classmen. ELAINE MIGILLICUDDY leaves " Sybil " to anyone who can outrun her. JEAN LARKIN leaves the title of B. M. to one of Mr. Coen ' s worthy pupils. MICHAELE HARRINGTON leaves Mr. Lynch a new gym so next year ' s girls basketball team will have more time to practice. DONNA DOHERTY leaves a fluting and cupping service for the next Junior Prom. GARY BERTRAND leaves Mr. Knowles in peace. JOAN REYNOLDS leaves her most gruesome attendance record. DIANE SUSLOWICZ leaves her name to those who can pronounce and spell it correctly. ROBERT HEALY leaves a collection of overdue library slips and fines. MARILYN DECKER leaves all her corny jokes to Florence Slaney. RONNIE HOMER leaves with his mind filled with wonderful memories and experiences. BETTE JO THOMPSON diabolically leaves homework by the ton to all future classes. GINNY PETERSON leaves in her truck. CHARLENE RUGGIERO, PAM MERRIAM, CHERYL DENNIE, LOU- ISE JOHNSON, and ROGER YOUNG wish Good Luck to the future Senior Class. ARTICLE V Lastly, the Yearbook editors, DONNA, GEORGE, PAUL, KATIE, SHEILA, NANCY, and CAROL JANIS, leave the 1964 Stotonian to posterity. Witnessed by Katie Lanigan 83 CHRISTMAS DANCE ACTIVITIES ■t. 85 BAND • Under the direction of Mr. Donald LeGrow, the Stoughton High School Band completed its first year as a band consisting entirely of high school members. Mr. LeGrow has made his first year in Stoughton a highly successful one. In the fall the band played at all the football games and participated in the pre- game rallies. Between games the band rehearsed three days a week after school to perfect its music. On November 25, 1963, it participated in a memorial service for the late President Kennedy. The band has been successful this year in placing many students in various district and statewide concerts. Several students took part in the Southeastern District Concert, the All-State Concert, and the S.E.M.S.B.A. Concert. For the second year, two members of the group participated in the Boston Youth Sym- phony Orchestra. They were: Ronald Lanza — percussionist and Brenda Kerwin — oboist. At the conclusion of the football season, the band began preparing the music for its annual Christmas Concert. On December 18, they presented the concert for the public. The concert was repeated again the next day for the student body. Although all the music was well received, everyone particularly enjoyed " Sleigh Ride. " Following the Christmas Concert the band began working hard to prepare a concert to be presented in the spring, in addition to their regular preparation for taking part in the town Memorial Day Parade. Throughout the year the band was well served by its four officers: Presi- dent — Ronald Lanza, Vice-President — George Blum, Secretary — Barbara Hall, and Librarian — Joseph Mason. 86 BIOLOGY CLUBS BIOLOGY SENIOR • One of the most active clubs in Stoughton High was the Biology Club. Under the excellent supervision of Mr. Chester Peirce, and with the help of the officers: President, William Yetman; Vice-President, Janice Corbett; Secretary, Jane Simon- eau; Treasurer, David Marshall, the Club went on many field trips, the most memorable being the trip to the Museum of Science. In addition to these excur- sions, the club saw many films and discussed things of biological interest. Most of the participants enjoyed the Club because the activities are a mixture of fun and learning. BIOLOGY JUNIOR • Since the Biology Club was so large a new junior division had to be formed. Under the direction of Mr. Dunlavy, this club followed the same pattern as the Senior division. The students saw films and had a good time learning about biologi- cal science. 87 CHORUS • The Chorus under the excellent direction of Mr. Donald LeGrow has added new life and zest to Stoughton High. The group meets every activity period so that they may present a Christmas and Spring con- cert. Some of the students have gone on to sing at S.E.M.S.B.A. (South Eastern Massachusetts School Band Association). Along with their own enjoyment, the members also gain knowledge of music and experi- ence in performing. 88 HONOR SOCIETY • The Stoughton Chapter of the National Honor Soci- ety is under the direction of Mrs. Manchester. The Society presently consists of about thirty members, all of whom are Juniors and Seniors. Students in the Soph- omore and Junior classes who are in the top 10% of their class and who have a scholarship average of at least 88% are eligible for election. Students with an average of 87% in the accelerated programs may also be considered. If the scholarship requirement has been fulfilled, eligibility is then considered on service to the school and or the community, leadership and charac- ter. Candidates are inducted into the Honor Society at the banquet held in April of each year. Each incoming member receives a pin, an emblem, and a certificate of membership. As stated in the Stoughton Honor Soci- ety ' s Constitution, " The object of this chapter shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the students of Stoughton High School. 89 DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS, Left to Right— Michael Homer. Elizabeth Savicki, Valerie Lemos, Michaele Harrington. • Under the direction of Mr. Frederick Graves, the Stoughton High School Dramatic Club completed its eighth year as an extracurricular activity. Although small, the club was hard working and dUigent. The officers for the ' 63- ' 64 season were capable assistants for Mr. Graves; President — Michael Homer, Vice-Pres- ident — Valerie Lemos, Secretary — Michaele Harring- ton, and Treasurer — Elizabeth Savicki. On February 1, the Dramatic Club presented " The Chalk Garden, " a three-act play by Enid Bagnold. The play concerns a young girl living with her grandmother. The girl ' s governess is a woman who had been sen- tenced to death. CompHcations arise when the girl ' s mother comes back to claim her and the judge who had sentenced the governess arrives as a house guest. The club spent three months in preparation for the play and their hard work was justified by the appreciation of all who attended the performance. Due to a change in schedule, the Dramatic Club was unable to prepare a one-act play. Therefore the club worked to improve some of the highlights of " The Chalk Garden " and the group presented these scenes at the one-act play competition in March. The scenes played very well and the club was justly proud of its performance. 90 CAST THE CHALK GARDEN 91 INDUSTRIAL ARTS SOCIETY Qi. ttJ u b O Joseph Robinson, Laurence Cohenno, Peter Capozzoli, John Fitzgerald. • The Industrial Arts Society is one of the largest organizations at S.H.S. It is a selective group, choosing only students who are enrolled in the industrial arts course. Its advisor is Mr. Antonel- lis, who has an interest and concern for all shop students. The society deals in many activities, such as; sponsoring the successful, annual shop hop, operating a rent-a-tool system, building shop projects and going on various field trips. It seems that the I.A.S. gets bigger every year and will continue to do so for a long time to come. o CO Q Mr. Antonelhs, Mr. McGeough. 92 SEMAPHORE STAFF • The Semaphore, Stoughton High School ' s newspaper, is printed four times a year. It pub- Hshes the latest school news, emphasizing student accomplishments of an academic nature as well as news of social and athletic events. Other high- lights of the paper include the editorials and the feature columns, especially the Roving Reporter and the Reviewing Stand. Mr. Francis Coen, a member of the English depa rtment, is the club ' s advisor. This year the iditor-in-chief is Rita Kerins. Other senior editors include Michaele Harrington, Kathy Coffee, Cath- erine Lanigan, Linda Zaiser, Joseph Creeden, and Kenneth Dzus. The junior editors are Patricia Whelan, Andrea Dembrowsky, Joyce Kennedy, and Linda Barbato. EDITORS Seated: Rita Kerins (Editor-in-Chief), Catherine Lanigan, Kathy CofTee, Andrea Dembrowsky, Linda Barbato, Patricia Whelan, Linda Zaiser, Joyce Kennedy and Michaele Harrington. 93 BOYS ' STATE DELEGATES: Andrew McCormick, Joseph Creeden, Anthony Polillio • When we reached Boy ' s State on the campus of the University of Massachusetts on Friday, June 21st, 1963, none of us knew what to expect. After we were issued our equipment, we said " Good-bye " to each other for a week, for Boy ' s State, we learned, is divided into eight towns and four cities, and nobody from the same town is together. On Saturday, we got our first real taste of life at Boy ' s State. Our day began at 6:00 A.M. and, after three meals, numerous town meetings, classes, assemblies, and a two-hour recreation period, it concluded at 10:30 P.M. During our week at Boys ' State, we were given the opportunity to learn the functions and operations of our governmental system by taking an active part in our own govern- ment. We held our own political campaigns and elections, made and enforced our own laws, and learned of the duties, functions, and responsibilities of our town, county, and state officials. When our week was over, we had discovered that Boys ' State is really a program of education whose purpose is to teach the young men of today that there is nothing wrong with our form of government, and all it needs is an intelligent citizenry and a clean, honest, and impartial administration. 94 GIRLS ' STATE • Each year five girls are recommended by the principal and one is chosen by a committee from the American Legion Auxiliary to attend Girls ' State at Bridge- water. Here, the delegate is educated as to the rights, duties, and privileges of American Citizens through active participation in her own city, town, and state government. Each girl is assigned to a city and county which symbolizes virtue, for example — the city of Friendship, County of Faith. Officials are elected from each of the " Nationalist " and " Federalist " parties, bills are formed, and laws execu- ted — a perfect opportunity to express individual opinions while respecting those of other girls. During the 1963 week at Bridgewater, inspiring messages were delivered by leaders of the community and state, such as Mrs. Endicott Peabody and Lt. Governor Francis X. Bilotti. Before the week ends, every girl learns to appreciate that being an American citizen is a priceless heritage which calls for individual responsibility from every true American. 95 STUDENT COUNCIL Brian McLaughlin (seated, President), Mr. McLaughlin Linda Barbato, Mary Lou Gregory, Robert Zepf, George (advisor), Frederick Yaitanes, Richard Edwards, Linda Barnard, Michael Homer. Ryan, Paul Moses, Paul Barbato, Andrea Dembrowsky, • The Student Council, under the direction of Mr. Robert McLaughlin, has once again assumed a higher level of importance at Stoughton High School. Under the direction of President Brian McLaughlin, Vice-President Lynda Ryan, Secretary Andrea Dembrosky, and Treasurer Richard Edwards, this year ' s Student Council has participated in many activities. These include supervision of class elections, the Fall and Spring Student Council Conventions, which several members attended, the Student Exchange Program in which Stoughton High School exchanged students with another local high school, and the State Student Government Day, during which the Student Council President participated in the government of Massachu- setts. To show the true Christmas spirit, once again this year the Student Council sponsored the highly successful Christmas Basket Appeal. This activity, co-spon- sored with the executive committees of the various classes, provided a hearty Christmas dinner for some of the deserving families of the town. Money-making projects for the year included the book fair. This annual event oflfered for sale an infinite variety of paper back books. Many students took advantage of this opportunity to look, to browse, and to buy. Other activities sponsored by the Student Council in order to raise money were the Alumni Game and Dance and the Farewell Frolic. The Alumni Game and Dance, which was held from 8 to 11 on Decembe " " 28 in the high school gym, was this year, as in other years, highly successful. In this year ' s game the Alumni team which included Stoughton High School basketball players from the past three years, emerged from overtime as the victors over the varsity. The Farewell Frolic was also a very successful event with both high school students and alumni attending. 96 AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS • This club meets during A activity peri- od. The basic function of the audio-visual club is to aquaint its members thoroughly in the handling of equipment, such as projectors, record players, and tape re- corders. The members, under the leader- ship of Mr. McGeough, are trained to help teachers in setting-up and showing movies, films, or tapes. The teachers have found the boys very adept and helpful in the maintenance of their audio-visual programs. Carl Anderson and Robert Quartarone are the two leaders of the club. The following boys are members: Stephen Brace, Joseph Castro, John Clark, Thomas Donahue, Paul Doody, William Lunsford, David Lyons, Gerald Maraghy, Arthur Trofimovics, and Jo- seph Pitta. • Under the supervision of Miss Darney, the twelve members of the Bridge Club learned the fundamentals of bridge. They began the year with a general description of the game then learned to play whist. This game is similar to bridge and it teaches new players about tricks and how to bid. Since several players already knew the rudiments of the game, playing progres- sed rather rapidly. The members are di- vided into tables of four players each. Surprisingly enough, the best players were the table of four junior and senior boys! BRIDGE CLUB 97 CHEFS CLUB • The Chef ' s Club meets every second Tuesday morning in the food lab. The boys, under the direction of Mrs. Dianne Mclntyre, prepare and enjoy various kinds of food. The object of the club is to introduce the boys to the basics of culi- nary mastery, also to introduce some of the more important notes on etiquette. On occasion the boys have prepared cookies, pancakes, and even spaghetti. The only disadvantage of the club is that each group can meet only every second week. Mrs. Mclntyre says that she enjoys having boys in her kitchens and sur- prisingly enough they are very neat and orderly! The boys look forward to their Tuesday morning visits fully aware of the dishes ahead of them. CHESS CLUB • The Chess Club under the direction of Mr. Peter Willis, head of the art de- partment, has become an ever-increasing- ly popular club at Stoughton High School. This year the club has about a dozen members. The purpose of the club is to aquaint the members with the art of chess playing. They develop skill in play- ing the game by studying the rules and playing with other members of the club. 98 CAREER GIRLS ' CLUB • The 1963-64 chapter of the Career Girls Club has enjoyed a very prosperous and productive year under the excellent leadership of Miss Doherty, supervisor. Said Miss Doherty, " The purpose of the club is to develop good secretarial traits and proper office behavior. " In fulfilling this goal the group has engaged in many activities. They were the guests of John Hancock Co. for a day and have planned another trip for May. The club has also enjoyed speakers from the Prudential Co. and Civil Service and have planned for a panel of Stoughton businessmen to visit. A cake sale is also being considered with half of the proceeds to go to charity. This years officers included Muriel Heberling, pres.; Nancy DeFelice, v.p.; Denise Jas- min, sec ' y; Faith McEachron, treas.; and Jo- Anne Powers, editor. DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY CLUB • Under the excellent guidance of Mr. James Holland a new club, Descriptive Geometry, has been established at Stoughton High School. Descriptive Ge- ometry is the science of graphic repre- sentation and solution of space problems. Mr. Holland and his nine member club apply the theory of isometric projection to the drawing board representation and solution of engineering problems. This club is especially profitable for future engineers. The principles acquired from this course can aid the engineer in saving time and effort, when applied properly. Since all of the members of the club are freshmen and sophomores, they are furnished with an introduction which will be helpful in their senior year when they take Introduction to Engineering Drawing and later in college work. GIRLS ' WOODWORKING CLUB • Girls ' Woodworking, under the direc- tion of Mr. Nessor, is one of the older clubs at Stoughton High School. Alterna- ting periodically between shops gives a chance to work with both the woodwork- ing and ceramic facilities made available to them. The projects which the girls tackle range from a footstool to book shelves. The boys use measuring spoons in the Chef ' s Club while the girls use the hammer. • For the fourth consecutive year, stu- dents have given up their study periods in order to assist our guidance counselors. These students perform various helpful and needed tasks such as filling out ap- pointment slips, keeping catalogs and brochures in order, and assisting students when possible. Cheryl Dennie, Theresa Walsh, Barbara Hall, Nancy DeFelice, Mary Case, and Judith Tyler have be- come an integral part in the efficient run- ning of the Guidance Department. GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS 100 • The Radio Club, under the capable su- pervision of Mr. Peter N. Keliher, meets every other Tuesday during the A activity period. The club strives to develop an interest and understanding of radio tech- niques. Special classes in radio theory and Morse code are provided for new mem- bers. The Radio Club also operates a " Radio Shack " which houses various kinds of radio equipment. Members are able to communicate with all parts of the United States, as well as with various other countries around the world. Officers are Charles Hurley, President; Clifton Power, Vice President; Michael Healy, Secretary; and John Forti, Treas- urer. HAM RADIO CLUB • Once again the knitting club is among the long list of S.H.S. activities. Under the direction of Mrs. Prophett, the knitting club has grown so that it now consists of two different classes. The girls are taught proper knitting procedures and the uses of different textured yarns. Sweaters, mittens, scarfs, and Christmas gifts are among many of the things the girls have made. Some of the girls have decided to enter their projects in the 4-H competition. 101 • The cheerful students who spend their study periods and mornings and after- noons as library assistants do innumera- ble jobs for Miss Simmons. In addition to getting a feeling of accomplishment, the assistants are invaluable to our librarian. The pupils not only take the attendance, check passes, and check out books, but also help with the mechanics of keeping the library operating. They check off bills, record the new books, stamp out books, and file the cards. They also file request slips, fill out overdue slips, and collect overdue fines. These patient stu- dents return books to the shelves and help other students find books. And let ' s not forget the boys. Every morning, they report to Miss Simmons and deliver over- due slips to homerooms and notices to the office. They also help with stock and inventory. Both the boys and the girls help with the searching for lost books and with the straightening out of the shelves. While Miss Simmons does the big jobs in the library, the assistants repair books and number them. These efficient stu- dents help Miss Simmons to keep our library running. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS MATH COMPETITION CLUB • The Math Competition Club, under Mr. Nastasi ' s direction, seeks to promote the interest of students in the field of mathematics. The principle is the same as that for football or baskeball. The club is a team which competes with teams from other schools in the Eastern Massachu- setts District Math Competition. Compe- tition is held about four times a year at various schools. Competing against Stoughton are teams from Braintree, Brockton, Bishop Stang, Thayer Acad- emy, Howard School, and Weymouth. There are four divisions in the compe- tition. They are Arithmetic, Geometry, Algebra I and Algebra II. Algebra II is subdivided into trigonometry and second- year algebra. When not in competition with other schools, the club holds contests among the members. The outstanding members of the club are Ronald Nayler and George Bernard. 102 • The Monitors Club is one of the most beneficial clubs at S.H.S. It is an asset to both the student body and the teachers. Its main functions are to control traffic in the halls and stairways, to supervise the cafeteria lunches, and to bring forth stu- dents disobeying the school rules. The success of this club belongs to the advisor Mr. Antonellis, president, Larry Cohen- no, and the executive board which solves problems and disputes of the club mem- bers. Usually, the dependable industrial arts students are selected into this club; they must also obey the school rules and the club regulations, if they want to be permanent members. Due to its success, it seems that the Monitors Club will be around for many years to come. MONITORS • Students seen walking around the school with cameras and snapping shut- ters at rallies are probably members of the photography club. Under the direct- ion of Mr. Maioli, the students meet to learn about photography, to take and de- velop photographs. Besides taking photo- graphs at school functions and around the school, the members of the club also de- velop the photographs. The students learn just how to develop the photographs, put- ting them through the various baths. From the negatives they print the photo- graphs, often displayed for the student body to see. The club provides enjoyment and entertainment for the members, who find photography an interesting field. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 103 PHYSICS CLUB • The membership of the Physics Club, under the supervision of Mr. Samuel F. Gregory, is limited to seniors who are presently enrolled in a Physics course. The club now has about twenty members, only two of whom are girls. The members choose their own groups and the field in which they would like to work. While some are studying the intricacies of the computor which our Science Department owns, others are learning about wave me- chanics or the oscilliscope. Other activi- ties include discussions about scientific equipment and the viewing of a few spe- cial films. Most of the work done, how- ever, is experimental, to give the mem- bers a chance to learn about their chosen subject. The Physics Club has made plans for a few field trips and during the year has also sponsored lectures by people in different scientific fields. The club offers an excellent opportunity for interested Physics students to further their knowl- edge by the study of advanced phases of the subject. • The Rifle Club under the supervision of Mr. Robert L. Lynch, meets weekly at the Stoughton Fish and Game Associa- tion ' s rifle range. Members of the club fire .22 caliber rimfire rifles at the Standard National Rifle Association targets to qualify for N.R.A. awards. New members are shown proper firing procedures and learn the basic rifle parts besides learning the care of the weapon. Safe rifle hand- ling is stressed with the aid of charts and pamphlets donated by the National Rifle Association and several sporting arms companies. At present, the club meets in limited competition with other high schools in the area, but it is hoped that future competition will include more par- ticipants. The officers include president, Paul Lysko; vice president, Robert Fraser; secretary, Allen Dimond; and treasurer, Geoffrey Ledin. The outstanding marks- men include Paul Lysko, Robert Fraiser, Allen Dimond, and Geoffrey Ledin. RIFLE CLUB 104 • Under the direction of Mr. Vogel, the Toastmasters ' Club prepares its members for their role in the modern world. In today ' s society the art of public speaking is of great importance. Being ab le to communicate with others is a talent de- veloped with much practice. Toastmas- ters ' helps its members become better public speakers by providing an audience in front of which to practice. Frequent ex- temporaneous speeches help each mem- ber think quickly and adapt himself to challenging situations. With each speech the member is better able to communi- cate with others. At the end of every meeting a toast- master, two evaluators, two five-minute speakers, a time keeper, and a topicmast- er are appointed. The duties change at every meeting so that more members will have a chance to participate. The toastmaster takes charge of the meeting, chooses the two-minute speak- ers, and assigns their topics. The topic- master prepares the topics used in the two-minute speeches. The evaluations present constructive criticism designed to help the members perfect their public speaking. The two five-minute speakers who are allowed to choose their own topics begin the proceedings. These speakers have presented some fine speeches, ranging from Madame Nhu to Segregation. Mi- TOASTMASTERS ' CLUB chael Shuman and Paul DiNolo are among the best of these speakers. The two-minute speakers that follow are cho- sen by the toastmaster. Their speeches are developed from the previously pre- pared topics which range from the serious to the ridiculous. A speech on the Com- mon Market may be followed by a speech on whether or not Eskimos would like surfing in Hawaii. At the end of the meet- ing the Speaker of the Day is chosen by the members. SCIENCE CLUB • Because of the keen, scientific, interest expressed by so many students, the sci- ence department is pleased to present a new Science Club for freshman and soph- omores this year. Under the capable assistance of Mr. Dunlavy, the members of the club have explored their interest through group talks, films, visiting speakers, and occa- sional field trips including a visit to the Peabody Museum at Harvard. We hope that the Science Club will expand its membership and we look forward to their activities next year. This year ' s officers are: Judy Sallen — President Kathy Lee — Vice President Maxine Tolpin — Secretary June Robbins — Treasurer 105 GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB • The Graphic Arts Qub is one of the new clubs at Stoughton High School. It meets every other week and is open to both boys and girls. Presently enrolled are eight members who have Mr. Devine as their supervisor. The main objective of this club is to teach the students, not en- rolled in the Graphic Arts Course, the different fields of printing and the art of the trade itself. The members enjoy doing interesting projects, and it seems that this club wiU be quite successful through com- ing years. 106 BOY ' S FOOTBALL Mr. Flanagan, Mr. Jardin, Paul McEachron, Joe DiCas- Mr. Sullivan. Mr. LaRossa, Jerry Kritzman, Floyd Aus- tro, Paul Mettler, Robert McDonnell, William Thomp- tin, Frank Winslow, Paul Morris, Fred Yiatanes, Joseph son. Joseph Pires, Dana Clancy, Mike Crimmins, Wil- Urciuoli, Tony Polillio. Ray Lynch, Richard Bernard, liam Savicki. Kenneth Morris, Richard Bobigian, Paul Joseph Creeden, Dave Fry, Peter Everett. Reilly, George Yaitanes, Dave Lindelof, Edward Gomes, CO-CAPTAIN TONY CO-CAPTAIN JOE 108 JOE VARSITY • This season Coach Flanagan ' s Black Knights posted a record of 3 wins and 5 losses against a slate of top Class B opponents. The team got off to a shaky start by dropping the opener to power- ful Revere 20-0. In the next four contests the Knights couldn ' t find the winning combination. They bowed to Hockomock League champs Easton 22-0, and were barely edged by Newton South 8- 0. Hingham then posted a 28-8 defeat on Stoughton and Boston Technical followed with a 26-8 score. The hard working Knights, led by co-captains Tony Polillio and Joe Urciuoli, then began to click. They nipped Cardinal Spellman 8-2 then followed by routing Cambridge Latin 20-0. In the big game on Thanksgiving Day the Knights met a rugged Canton High squad and managed to pull out a well-deserved 22-14 victory to climax their season. PAUL Til A 7 Jlj - ji !i JUNIOR VARSITY Paul Reilly, Edward Gomes, William Savicki, Peter Ev- erett, Joseph Pires, Thomas Willock, Michael Crimmins, Mr. Sullivan (coach), Kenneth Morris, George Yaitanes, Robert McDonnell, Floyd Austin, Joseph DiCastro. 109 VARSITY BASKETBALL Richard Pratt, Frank Correia, Fred Yaitanes, Joseph Creeden, Raymond Klund, Jeff Forbes, Alan Kazlousky, Joe Pitta, Andy McShea, Jay Doherty, Mr. Passalaqua, Mike Crimmins • Under the direction of coach John Passalaqua, Stoughton High ' s basketball team made a fine showing in the Hockamock League. Leading the team were seniors Ray Klund, Al Kazlousky, Fred Yaitanes, captain, and juniors Joe Pitta and Jeff Fobes. Also seeing action were seniors Joe Creedon and Frank Correia. The Black Knights lost the services of senior Al Batte due to a bro- ken wrist. The seniors wish the Black Knights the best of luck in the future. 112 113 J. V. BASKETBALL Thomas Walker, Francis Gillespie, Jon Howland, Wil- Ion, John McShea, Wayne Hickey, Kevin Duffy, John liam Lyttle, Mark Reynolds, Paul Mettler, Charles Fal- Angelopoulos, Peter Silva, Kenneth Large. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Michael Staples, Albert Jardin, Robert Killgoar, Ray Whalen, Kevin Manning, Peter Johnson, Robert Trotta, MacMillan, Paul Whittaker, Robert Sullivan, Thomas James Harrington. 115 TRACK TEAM • The 1964 track team headed by senior co-captains Anthony Polillio and Jay Howland, will be out to better last years record of only one loss in nine games. Hopes are high in the javelin, as Dana Clancy broke the high school record last year with a hurl of 170 feet. As for the running events, Calvin Paine in the 880; Jay Do- he rty in the 440; and Ray Lynch in the 220 can be expected to score highly for Stoughton. In the field events Brian O ' Donnell and Edward Gomes in the pole vault; Dick Bernard and Ray Willock in the high jump; and Jay Howland in the broad jump will present much competition to other schools. Other events include Dick O ' Hare and Paul Reilly in the shot put, and Tony Polillio and Bill Thompson in the discus. Included in Stoughton ' s track schedule is the Hocka- mock League championships, and the state meet at White Stadium in Boston. With high prospects such as Stoughton has, we can be sure of a victorious season. SENIORS 117 BOYS ' TENNIS TEAM Robert Carvin, Lawrence Tapper, Thomas Smales, Rich- ard Sheftman, Walter Parshley, Paul Lysko. • As is every year, this past season ' s tennis teams have played hard and long — always as good sportsmen — against five foes. The boys came up with their first win in two years with a score of 2- 0 against Sharon. The girls ' team, although they tried their best, won only one game because of a forfeiture. Under the direction of Miss D ' Ercole, the team would practice until four or five in the afternoon each day after school and four hours every week- end. This year ' s team members are working hard to perfect their skills and, with the help of the students who will be coming up, our teams and Miss D ' Ercole feel that they will have a winning season. 118 GIRLS ' TENNIS TEAM Miss D ' Ercole (coach), Linda Zaiser, Carol Shapiro, Michaele Harrington, Barbara Hall, Andrea Dembrow- sky, Mary Creeden. MICKEY BARB LINDA 119 BASEBALL • With the entire 1963 team returning this year, the baseball squad is looking forward to a fine season in the Hockomock League. Last year, the Knights posted a mediocre 8 (wins) 7 (losses) record, but gained much valuable experience. Led by Co-captain Joe Moran along with returning lettermen Frank Correia. Joe Creeden, Ray Klund, Andy McCormick and Ray Wil- lock, the team is one of the favorites to capture the league title. The loss of senior letterman Al Batte, how- ever, may hamper the Knights ' chances. 1963 Stoughton Opponents 0 At N. Ouincy 8 2 At Randolph 5 6 King Philip 5 5 At Foxboro 2 7 At Canton 2 2 Sharon 1 8 At Mansfield 13 6 Easton 7 0 Franklin 4 9 Randolph 6 4 At King Philip 1 5 Foxboro 4 2 Canton 4 1 At Sharon 2 4 Mansfield 3 1 At Easton 2 Ja Dohert , Dave Fr e. Captain Joe Moran, Frank Correia, Joe Creeden, Andy McCormick, Ray Willock, Jimmy Horn (bat boy). Coach Kenealley, Floyd Austin, Mike Crimmins, Al Batte, Dana Clancy, Paul Morris, Richie Ramos. Ray Klund. JOE 120 121 MAJORETTES CHEERLEADERS VARSITY Coralee Mead, Genevieve Lochiatto, Rose DiRusso, Donna Kimtis, Linda Fredericks, Bernadette Scaduto, Jane Simoneau, Susan Dawe. CAPTAIN JANICE JANE 123 JUNIOR VARSITY Janice Anagnoston (captain), Nancy Moriarty, Susan Burns, Carol Cokinos, Florence Slaney, Suzanne Dineen, Cathy Fitzpatrick, Diane Mulhem, Joan Dawson, Cheryl Eagles, Sandy Polillio. 124 DRILL TEAM 125 126 GIRLS ' BASKETBALL VARSITY TEAM Betty Madan, Regina Ryan, Michaele Harrington, Miss Jewett, Sandra Christopoulos, Virginia Peterson, Lynda Ryan, Elizabeth Savicki, Linda Zaiser. CO-CAPTAIN LYNDA 127 LINDA MICKEY GINNY I2S • The 1964 Girls Varsity Basketball team, coached by Miss Jewett, earned the very respectable record of 4 wins and 4 losses. Led by co-captains Lynda Ryan and Betty Savicki the squad played an excellent game and earned the respect of all its opponents. Highlights of the season were the overtime victories of Sharon and King Phillip. Credit for this fine season can only be expressed as a team effort and the 1964 squad wished next year ' s team the very best of luck for a fine sea- son. GIRLS ' FIELD HOCKEY VARSITY Miss Jewett, Lynda Wormwood, Dixie Pushee, Rita Lucier, Jean Stewart, Joyce Lehan, Ryan, Pamela Merriam. June Robbins, Laurel Smith, Sandy Christopoulos, Cathy Noonan. • The 1964 Girls ' Field Hockey team suffered many disappoint- ments during their season but provided stiff competition for all of its opponents. Captained by seniors Laurel Smith and Sandra Christopoulos, this year ' s squad played nine games, the highlight of which was a tie game with the rival Canton squad. Outstanding performances were turned in by all members, with many experi- enced players scheduled to return to next years squad. The " 64 team extends its thanks to their coach, Miss Jewett for all of her time and effort and their best wishes for a successful season to next year ' s team. JUNIOR VARSITY Cheryl Fredericksen, Joyce Stewart, Linda Moody, Miss Jewett, Mary Ann Kwedor, Kathy Shea, Dennise Unda, Janice Polvinen, Kay Stewart, Linda Brady, Jean Lonergan, Susan Moody, Karen Olsiewski, Maureen Cavanaugh, Sally Lockwood, Elizabeth Madan. 130 131 GIRLS ' SOFTBALL Sandra Christopoulos, Marilyn Decker, Kathleen Noon- naugh, Janice Anagnoston, Sharon Baxter, Elizabeth an, Diane Bartlett, Laurel Smith, Marie Driscoll, Helen Maddan, Nancy Sweetman, Pamela Merriam, Miss Jew- Woolf. Susan Moody, Maureen O ' Neill, Maureen Cava- ett (coach). • The 1963 Girls ' Softball Team earned a very creditable record of 4 wins and 3 losses. Those seniors contributing to the winning season were Pam Merriam, San- dra Christopoulos, Betty Savicki, and Laurel Smith. Hoping for a successful season in ' 64 are Miss Jewett and co-cap- tains Sandra Christopoulos and Kathy Noonan. With returning lettermen and an all-out effort by the team it is a bright outlook, indeed. 132 PAM MAUREEN SMOKEY SENIORS 134 UNDERCLASSMEN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— John Sullivan, Paul Landry, Thomas Hunt, Patricia Polychrones, Thomas Botello, Paul Crepeau, Timothy Smyth, Andrea Dembrowsky, Rose DiRusso, Patricia Whelan, Brenda Kirwan, Joanne But- terall, Mary Lou Gregory, Jean Gilbert, Patricia McGinn, Dana Clancy, Susan Clark, Kathleen Noonan, Sandra Angelos, Kathleen Locke. 136 CLASS OF ' 65 Clancy; Vice-President, Brenda Kirwan; Secretary, Susan Clark; and Treasurer, Edward Gomes, and the executive committee, this very important Junior year has been a most successful one. Under the able and vigorous leadership of Mr. Peirce, the class has carried on the spirit of its first two years with Mr. Arata. In early November, the class sponsored its first dance. Menagerie. The gym was decorated to resemble a zoo, with caged animals adorning the walls. Even some of the kids tried to resemble animals as they danced the monkey. One of the biggest money raising efforts was concen- trated around the class project. This year the juniors chose a Black Knight, suitable for autographing. With a huge sales effort the class treasury reported a great gain as the result of this undertaking. A second dance, Mardi Gras, was sponsored in early February. This, too, was a big success, with many students attending. All of this money making was concentrated on one big event. On the lovely evening of May ninth, the Junior Prom was held. Everyone enjoyed themselves amidst beautiful decorations. It was truly a night to remember. Fortunately for Stoughton High, many fine athletes have helped the various teams. The football team was greatly assisted by the efforts of next years co-captains, Dana Clancy and Paul Reilly. Also outstanding on the gridiron were Eddy Gomes, George Yaitanes, and Butch Gregory. Our basketball team was boasted by the playing efforts of Jay Doherty and Jeff Fobes. Not to omit anybody, the junior girls played major roles in cheerleading, field hockey, and softball to men- tion a few. The Senior Class extends their best wishes to the Juniors and congratulates them on their splendid job these past three years. They hope that their senior year will prove as successful and rewarding as ours has. 138 MARDI GRAS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Paul Metier, Wayne Oaks, Craig MacDonald, Richard Lonergan, John Angelopolus, Craig Buschefeldt, Linda Dorion, Kevin Duffy, Carol Smith, Jean McMann, Kathy Lee, Nancy French, Marie Dembrowsy, Leslie Anthony, Sandy Wilson, Mary Ann Smyth, Maureen Cava- naugh, Marianne Grant. Yvette Green, Chris Grieco. 140 President KEVIN DUFFY Vice President YVETTE GREEN 1966 Secretary LESLIE ANTHONY Treasurer WILLIAM LYTTLE 141 CLASS OF ' 66 • This Sophomore year has been one of the greatest ever. Through the efforts of the officers: Pres. Kevin Duffy, Vice Pres. Yvette Green, Sec. Leshe Anthony, Treas. William Lyttle, and executive committee, the lost time as freshmen has almost been made up. Of course, they can ' t hope to contend with the problems of one year ' s loss in regard to treasury matters and estab- lishment; but their class advisor, Mrs. Savicki, has suc- ceeded in organizing the class and, as a result, they have become competent and self-sufficient. As the first money making project, they chose an old stand-by ... a cake sale. The sophomore students were more than generous with contributions and, con- sequendy, the executive committee was able to present a variety of foods. When the money was counted, the committee realized that the sale had netted a large sum. With these cries of victory still ringing in their ears, the Sophomores began making fervent efforts for the class dance on January 11. On a sudden impulse the Sopho- mores decided to go modern and Ecnad ' 66 was launched. The committees and committee chairmen be- gan to plan for an unusual, if not unique, evening. The Intruders were the featured band and they added a lot, both in name and in appearance to the dance. As the lilting strains of the last song died away, everyone as- serted that they had enjoyed a most pleasant evening. In April, the class held another dance as its final project for the year. Sophomores proved they had an eye for sports with boys like Paul Mettler and Joe Pires on the football team and many sophomores in both track and basket- ball events. In the next two or three years we hope that many of these same sophomores will prove their worth in college and professional events. The drill team and junior varsity cheerleaders can boast their share of lusty- lunged sophomores, who helped cheer our teams on to many victories. Intellectually, of course, the sophomores are engaged in numerous activities. Victor Mortenson, Anthony Ferrigamo, and Douglas Gray are three boys from the Class of ' 66 who participate in Math Competition Club excursions. Activities like the Biology Club (9 10) whose officers are all Sophomores, have, indeed, their share of these students. Quite a few sophomores are among the entrees to the Science Fair this year and the Class can look forward to their representing them su- perbly. The Sophomores also seem to enjoy the Arts, exhibiting their talents in numerous ways. Many are enrolled in the fine arts class under Mr. Willis, in the Music Appreciation, Chorus, and band under the di- rection of Mr. Le Grow, and participate in the orches- tra, directed by Mr. Pettipaw. In general, the Sophomores are a hardy group, who can hold their own with any other class. They go about the halls, sometimes in dreamy oblivion to the hubbub made by noisier upper or lower classmen, but at other moments can add enough of their own din to create complete chaos wherever they pass. But they are a good class with average ups and downs and in closing, we can only say: Hail to thee, O energetic Sophomore!! 142 143 seemed an art mastered only by the seniors. But now they are here and we know they will enjoy these next years at Stoughton High. Due to the present crowded conditions at Stoughton High only a portion of the large Freshman class now occupies the buildings. It is because of this division in the class that no officers have been chosen, nor has any class advisor been appointed. Thus, the class faces the problem of a year ' s loss in regard to treasury matters: but we know the energetic Freshmen will compensate for this loss next year. In regard to extra curricular activities the Freshmen can boast of their support. Several Freshman girls are members of the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. Perhaps theirs was the spirit that drove the Freshman Football team on to a victorious year of only one loss and five wins. Many other boys interested in the athletic events are members of the track and basketball teams. The girls are also active in field hockey, basketball, and Softball events. In the years to come the Freshmen will make their presence at Stoughton High known both scholastically and athletically. We, the Class of ' 64, wish to extend the best of luck to the Freshmen and remind them to make the next three years the most memorable of their lives. • Having waited for years for the day when they would escape from the realm of elementary education, the Freshmen arrived at Stoughton High School. Although bonded with the good will of Mr. Novak and doting parents, they all lacked one priceless factor — experi- ence. The resonant peeling of bells, masses of books, mazes of corridors, and aspect of new teachers kept them on their toes. Knowing where to go and when 143 ADVERTISEMENTS Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO ' YOUR CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER 23 WYMAN ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 148 Congratulations from the CLASS OF 1965 Congratulations from the CLASS OF 1967 Congratulations from the CLASS OF 1966 Congratulations to the Class of 1964 from B. J. REILLY Your Local Milk Dealer 149 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1 964 from THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS SOCIETY As you enter a new and challenging period of your life, our hopes for your success go with you. May the years see the ful- « fillment of your ambitions and the realization of a happy life. 150 Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 SHAWMUT, INC. Best of Luck BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 Compliments of SIMONDS CHEVROLET INCORPORATED Your local Chevrolet dealer since 1928 287 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-4063 Congratulations to the Class of ' 64 AL SAVINI STOUGHTON SAND GRAVEL COMPANY General Contractor Since 1931 Ready-Mixed Concrete Complete Foundation Work 168 Washington Street, Route 138 Stoughton, Mass. Fleldbrook 4-2020; 4-2021; 4-2022 151 Our Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 THE STOUGHTON CHRONICLE AND NEWS-SENTINEL Established 1863 " Your Hometown Weekly Newspaper " Paul W. Sullivan PubUsher Albert J. Arsenault Editor Edward T. Walsh Advertising Manager Compliments of BRUNO ' S RESTAURANT Route 138 North Easton, Mass. Congratulations to The Class of 1964 STOUGHTON AUTO BODY 1069 Washington Street Opposite Evergreen Cemetery Stoughton, Mass. PI 4-4830 Compliments of HOLIDAY HAVEN " Functions for all Occasions " Route 1 Norwood, Mass. Tel. 1-762-0567 152 Compliments of DOROTHY JEANS BAKERY Two conveniently located stores 69 Canton St. 344-2991 417 Washington St. 344-2994 Sheila McCormick Judy Tracy Megs Wallace Mary Fallon Billy Maltby Larry Rose Compliments of B. P. M. Central Washington Sts. Stoughton " Finest Meats Sold Anywhere " Service — Quality — Economy •4 5 for LANGUAGES 30 NEWBURY STREET BOSTON CO 6-6858 153 Compliments of STOUGHTON TOOL AND DIE CO. S. S. GARJIAN ' S POULTRY FARM Turnpike St. Stoughton, Mass. Fresh Eggs Direct From Farm Best Wishes From CHARLES C. 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FI 4-9342 Best Wishes to The Class of 1964 EAGER REALTY STOUGHTON ASSEMBLY 91 RAINBOW GIRLS 158 Congratulations From F. C. PHILLIPS, INC. Stoughton, Mass. World ' s Largest Manufacturers of Athletic Spikes Compliments of STOUGHTON DINER Washington St. Stoughton Congratulations to the Class of 1964 KENNEDY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 1438 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of DR. BERNARD H. HOWES 17 Pearl St. Stoughton, Mass. Bus. 344-5580 Home 344-2806 P J METAL PRODUCTS 356 Washington St. — Stoughton, Mass. Ornamental Rails, Stock Custom- Lanterns — Posts — Furniture Compliments of WYMAN JEWELERS 18 Wyman St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of ARROW WINDOW CO. 1776 Central St. Stoughton, Mass. ROWLAND ' S TV Authorized Dealer For MASTERWORK BY COLUMBIA Phonographs, Radios, Tape Recorders 159 Compliments of MALTBY AND CO. 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