Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)
- Class of 1965
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Sto; ' ?hton Historical Society P.O. Box 542 Stoughton, MA 02072-0542 The Class of 1965 presents the STOTONIAN STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL STOUGHTON, MASS. Prologue High school is composed of bits and pieces of life — bricks and glass, books and paper, activities and leisure. Most of all, it is composed of people, people who teach and people who learn. Together they determine the spirit of Stoughton High School: the studies, the good times, the hopes and the memories. The staff of the 1965 Stotonian has endeavored to capture this spirit with pen and ink. This yearbook repxesents a small but most significant segment of life, a segment filled with memories on which to build the future. Dedication Exuberance, strength, and promise. The spirit of a high school is largely dependent upon its principal. Into the spirit of Stough- ton High School Thomas J. Whalen has in- jected these characteristics with his quali- ties of leadership and character. To his guidance and friendship, we owe much of the success of our high school years. There- fore, we dedicate with warmest thanks this yearbook, the record of our high school days, to Principal Thomas J. Whalen. Table of Contents Prologue Pg. 3 Faculty and Administration Pg. 7 Senior Section Pg. 17 Candids Pg. 84 Underclassmen Pg. 89 Athletic s Pg. 101 Activities Pg. 131 6 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION School Committee " Socrates . . . Whom, well inspir ' d, the oracle pronounc ' d wisest of men. " — John Milton The main purpose of your high school education has been to give you the inspira- tion to seek further knowledge to make this chaotic world a better place in which to live. The School Committee, through the agents of teachers and administrators, strives to wake our students from the lethargy of the " So what? " and " Who cares? " attitude which seems to possess many of this generation. We have faith in your ability, once stimulated by the inspiration toward wisdom, to seek further learning in the scientific, economic, professional or social fields, whether by ad- vanced education or self-teaching. If we have exposed you to such inspiration, we feel our efforts as guardians of your public school education have been well rewarded. Our congratulations and best wishes go with you on the path to wisdom. APPLETON C. WOODWARD, M.D. Chairman, School Committee 8 mm Superintendent To The Class of 1965 An air of urgency pervades our time. It is present in state, national and international relations, in government, in politics, in business and in education. Ours is a time for action, for new ideas, for bold ventures in new directions. In the years ahead opportunities will abound for you to take part in developing new ideas and charting the course for new directions for our democratic society. A healthy democracy depends on an intelligent and morally upright electorate. As you prepare to enter our democratic so- ciety, you must be ready to contribute to a wholesome, social environment. Your public school education has endeavored to prepare you as a citizen to carry forward the ideals of justice, freedom, fidelity and brotherhood. You must be willing to as- sume your responsibilities and carry forward our American heritage. I congratulate you on your individual and group attain- ments, and I extend my best wishes to all of you in the years ahead. Go forth with hope, confidence and a desire to excel, and I am certain that you will attain your goal and that you will be a credit to yourselves, your parents and your school. Sincerely, JOSEPH H. GIBBONS Supt. of Schools To The Class of 1965 Congratulations on your graduation and best wishes for your future success. This class has distinguished itself in several areas: scholastic achievements; student leadership; journalism; and athletics. Al- though these accomplishments hav e earned honors for individ- ual members of the class, they constitute a collective legacy which your class presents to future classes. The individual ' s success, therefore, contributes to the enrichment of a class tradition and also enhances the prestige of the school. These accomplishments also suggest that success is a pro- cess, not a goal; a way of living, not an aim of life. Just as your individual school successes produced a rich class tradi- tion, your striving for success in later life will promote a better society and, in turn, a stronger America. Sincerely yours, THOMAS WHALEN Principal 9 Assistant Principal To The Class of 1965 Your achievement of graduation from Stoughton High School proves to you and the community, your ability to develop a long range objective and follow through to its final completion. I am sure that your continued application of the fine quali- ties of cooperation, academic achievement and service to your fellow man will result in the fulfillment of a satisfying, worth- while career. Congratulations and best wishes to the class of 1965. ARTHUR L. PENARDI Assistant Principal To The Class of 1965 During the past twelve years many individuals and organiza- tions have contributed to your growth and development. Your parents, teachers, and friends have worked with you at home, in school, and in the community to promote personal charac- teristics that will allow you to realize your highest potential. Not only your future is involved, but also our national wel- fare, security and growth. Whether you enter employment, higher education, or the Armed Forces, you will continue to have opportunities for personal development and growth. Take advantage of every opportunity to improve yourself and your community. The Guidance Staff at Stoughton High School will continue to be at your service at any time that we can assist you in furthering your educational or vocational plans. Best wishes to each and everyone of you for future success and happiness. ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON Director of Guidance Director of Guidance 10 Mrs. Manchester G uidance Mr. Fitzmaurice English Mr. Coen English FACULTY Mrs. Savicki Mathematics Mr. Prior Guidance Mrs. Kelly English Mr. Tapper English Mr. Nastasi Mathematics Mr. Hughes D irector — En glish Mr. Sullivan English Mr. Vogel Director — Mathematics Miss Darney English Miss Boyle English Mr. Galpoel Mathematics Mr. Allman Mathematics Miss Swiatek Mathematics 11 Mr. Samo Science Mr. McLaughlin Director — Social Studies Mr. Monahan English Mr. Gregory Miss D ' Ercole Mr. Keliher Director — Science Science Science Mr. Hart Science Mr. Knowles Science Mr. Peirce Science Mr. Flanagan Social Studies Mr. Lynch Social Studies Miss O ' Hearn Social Studies They told us to find interesting faces. Here are some. Whafs interesting about them? Don ' t ask us; ask them. They ' re the one ' s who ' ll have to live this caption down. 12 Coach Flanagan is determined to get radio coverage of S.H.S. football games. We think he has gone a bit too far. What do you think? Mr. LaVelle Foreign Languages Mr. Fiore Foreign Languages Mrs. Richmond Commercial — Director Mrs. Malone Commercial Mr. Cormier Social Studies Miss Venti Foreign Languages Mr. Berry Foreign Languages Miss LaVallee Director — Foreign Languages Mr. Silva Foreign Languages Mr. Daly Commercial i Miss Kane Commercial Mr. Maioli Commercial 13 Mr. Antonellis Director — Industrial Arts Mr. Nessar Industrial Arts Mrs. Prophett Director — Home Economics Mr. Devine Industrial Arts Mr. Twomey Director — Athletics Miss Pratti Science Mr. Holland Industrial Arts D Mr. Lynch Physical Education Miss Maclntyre Home Economics Mr. McGeough Industrial Arts Miss O ' Brien Home Economics Mr. Carlino Mathematics Mr. Collins Social Studies Miss Corcoran English Mrs. Smith Science 14 SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE — Mrs. An- derson, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Crowley. Miss La- Cirita. CAFETERIA — Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Altonen, CUSTODIANS — Mr. ODonnell. Mr. Cowgill, Mr. DeLuca, Mr. Gay, Mr. Mrs. Lehan, Manager. Wallan. 16 SENIORS ANTONIO AGUIAR " Tony " . . . long homework assign- ments . . . football, steak, and blue . . . Doo-Wah-Diddy " . . . math . . . ahead is a career in mechanical engi- neering. CARL E. ANDRESON " Skip " ... a friendly boy who will really go a long way ... is partial to music, baseball, and spaghetti . . . " Sha-zamm! " ... a future in elec- tronics. KATHLEEN ANDERSON Carefree and petite . . . radio, spa- ghetti, and blue . . . " Great life if you don ' t weaken " . . . always re- member first and last day at S.H.S. . . . " Kathy " as a switch board operator. 19 CYNTHIA ANDERSON " Cindy " . . . reading, tennis, steak, and fried clams . . . " Chapel Of Love " . . . will always remember our football games . . . medical secre- tary. SANDRA ARDIZZONI " Sandy " . . . cheerful and very friendly . . . enjoys math, dancing, and the Stoughton rallies . . . " E ' d never have known it! " . . . will make a good teacher. FLOYD AUSTIN Hunting, fishing, football, hockey . . . " Everybody Loves Somebody " . . . hopes to become an engineer . . . will never forget the after dark prac- tices before the Canton game. JANICE ANN BAKER " Jan " . . . fun is where she is . . . basketball and pizza . . . remembers chemistry lab and Problems of De- mocracy . . . " Listen Dearheart " . . . a future legal secretary. PATRICIA ANN BANNON " You wish it " . . . " Pat " and a cer- tain senior . . . swimming, fried clams, and navy blue . . . cheering for the boys . . . " Ifs All In The Game " . . . Home Economics Class ... a hairdresser. JOHN AZEVEDO Suave and debonnaire . . . " Jack " . . . enjoys football, french fries, and blue . . . Problems of Democracy, " Gee Whiz! " . . . congestion in the corridors ... to be a successful busi- nessman. LINDA MARIE BARBATO Vivacity with sparkle . . . Linda, the girl with the cow bell at the S.H.S. football games . . . little green Volvo . . . waxed stairways . . . " If I Fell. " 20 GEORGE BARNARD Dislikes barbarians . . . " For heav- en ' s sake " . . . George, destined for Harvard . . . enjoys listening to the radio and playing tennis . . . sure to be a top professor. HOWARD BARRETT Quiet and reserved . . . enjoys steak, blue, and baseball . . . dislikes get- ting up early in the morning . . . " Howie " has hopes to be an auto mechanic. RONALD BARTLETT Carrot top . . . " Aw Gee " . . . keep- ing out of trouble . . . girls, skiing, and baseball . . . 2nd year Algebra I . . . to retire early, say at the age of 25? DAVID BIGELOW " Woody " ... a funny boy with an expressive face . . . has been seen " cruising the drag " . . . " Say that ' s kinda clutch! " . . . would like to build his career in the field of archi- tecture. 21 ELIZABETH BIRTWISTLE " Say, man " . . . " Bert " can be found helping Sue fixing flats ... " I Like It " ... a real football enthusiast . . . looking up for a future in the air. GEORGE E. BLUM Relishes " More " Italian food . . . ski- ing, blue, and chemistry . . . playing the organ . . . Homework, ughl! . . . quiet but competent . . . hopes to be a success. NICHOLAS BOUGAS " Boag " . . . football and all cars but Oldsmobile . . . his hopes border on being rich without working . . . " Louie Louie " . . . 3-D " s ... re- members davs off. ELSA-JO KATARINA BORGESON " Katarina " . . . " For Pete s Sake! " . . . friendly consideration . . . doors monitors aren ' t holding open . . . en- joys sewing, navy blue, and anything she doesn ' t have to cook . . . Home Economist. THOMAS BOTELHO " Tom " . . . easy to like, never wor- ries, and likes to have fun . . . his Chevy gives him a little trouble . . . " Whoopee Mable " . . . heading for the forest as a conservationist. WAYNE DOUGLAS BOUTILIER " Boot " . . . earns money only to spend it. . . . " Crying, " afterwards, maybe . . . fantastic facetiousness . . . and electronic engineering career is ahead. 22 RICHARD BOWEN " Boe " . . . never can wake up in the morning . . . onions and liver . . . English III ... " Pretty Woman " . . . frequent trips in his favorite Chevy. JOANNE BUTTERALL " Joanne " . . . you can ' t find a better girl anywhere . . . " Oh lordie! " . . . she is usually having a good time be- cause she brings her fun with her . . . the future holds a teaching ca- reer for her. KAREN L. BUSHENFELDT A football enthusiast . . . whiz with a needle and thread . . . remembers Home Ec and Chemistry ... a little lady with teaching in her future . . . " Karen " . . . " You ' ll Never Walk Alone. " EDMUND JOHN BROWN Generosity and a smile . . . pizza, football, and a certain blond-haired cheerleader . . . " What ' s a matter " . . . " Eddy, " a future printer. CAROL ANN CALDWELL Tranquil happiness . . . basketball, pizza, blue, and writing letters . . . always remembers Stoughton-Easton games . . . " Always Together " ... a career in medicine. 23 SUZANNE CAMPBELL " Sue " . . . dislikes bossy people . . . loves to drive about aimlessly . . . " This Time " . . . quiet and industri- ous ... a teaching career ahead for Sue. ROBERT CARVIN " Bob " . . . wonderful tennis player . . . " You wish it " ... a smile for everyone — except those who are al- ways late . . . " Felicia " . . . will never forget chemistry labs. HERBERT M. CARTER Reflection of strength and masculinity . . . cook at the Diner . . . driving . . . " Midnight Cocktail " . . . " Her- be " ... a future engineer. ANITA CARBONE " Nita " . . . enjoys swimming, listen- ing to records, and sleeping . . . " Come Here " . . . English is her sub- ject . . . finds S.H.S. rallies fun. MARY ARLENE CASE " Casey " . . . irritated with homework on holidays . . . enjoys riding in a little black Buick . . . " Till There Was You " . . . likes steaks and cokes . . . favorite subject, chemistry. 24 CLAIRE CASSIDY Someone to lean on . . . can be found writing notes . . . sincere and comforting . . . crowded corridors . . . " Swift! " . . . basketball, tennis, and horseback riding . . . memories of graduation. PHILIP CHURCHILL " Flip " . . . you can ' t say enough about him, he is a real swell kid . . . " Harbor Lights " . . . lobster and shrimp ... a produce clerk . . . hopes to go to college. JANET LEE CHESWORTH " Jan " . . . bowling, basketball, read- ing .. . " We ' ll Sing In The Sun- shine " . . . takes care of children . . . future lab technician . . . dis- likes top lockers. ROGER CAVEDON " Rog " . . . can ' t figure the Red Sox out, even " In Dreams " ... a steak and potatoes man . . . bowling . . . College Math II . . . carefree now, college bound later. ROBERT W. CHUTE " Bob " . . . collecting and working with animals . . . green, fishing, and Italian food ... a certain art class . . . future as a Natural Resource Officer. 25 DANA CLANCY " Clance " . . . cheeseburgers and watching the Giants . . . study peri- ods . . . " Little Latin Lupe Lu " . . . Revere Game ... a serious minded fellow. SUSAN ELIZABETH CLARK Fun and full of life . . . " Tell me about it, " " Baby Love " . . . " Sue " hates fixing flats . . . will remember being chosen Junior Prom Queen . . . hopes of being a lab technician. DONNA ELIZABETH CLIFFORD " Actions speak louder than words " . . . likes steak, blue, tennis, and Lat- in .. . memories of English III . . . top lockers, but " C ' est la vie! " LOUISE HELEN CLINCH " Heavens! " . . . " Clinchie " . . . monopolizing the telephone is her pastime ... " I Don t Know Why " . . . a future nurse . . . will always remember the exciting football games. 26 CATHY JANE COHENNO " Cathy " . . . everybody knows Cathy, a real swell girl . . . " No kid- ding? " ... is usually riding around or loafing . . . looks forward to graduation. DAVID CONRAD " Dave " . . . home-work . . . enjoys goofing off but works at the B.P.M. . . . favorite subject is study ... re- members U. S. History class . . . hopes to be an engineer. DANA CORBETT " Corby " . . . decorating the square . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . hockey, pizza, and daytona blue . . . U.S. History . . . eating at the A.W. . . . looks forward to graduating. LORRAINE F. COSTA Genuinely friendly . . . has fun being with the kids . . . " Town Without Pity " . . . Lorraine is looking for- ward to becoming a beautician. JUDITH ANN CRAIG Short in height, long on laughs . . . hates high lockers . . . hopes to be a secretary . . . " Till Then " " Judy " will continue to be happy. JAMES PATRICK CRANE " Pat " . . . enjoys steak but not school lunches . . . construction worker . . . hunting, fishing, target shooting . . . " Be Good. " 27 MARY CREEDEN " C ' est la vie . . . c " est la guerre " . . . always active . . . enjoys tennis, french fries, and pepsi . . . Mary is entering the medical field. MICHAEL CRIMMINS " Mike " . . . friendly and outgoing . . . can be found thumbing rides to Brockton . . . will always remember his touchdown against Foxboro . . . a career in civil engineering is in store for him. VALRIE C. CROCETTI A fleeting glimpse of a certain blue jeep . . . personality plus . . . " just ducky! " . . . ' " Val " . . . will never forget fainting in chemistry lab . . . teaching is ahead. PAUL CREPEAU " Buck " . . . there is something about " Ma ' s " that attracts him . . . frog ' s legs? . . . " Say man! ' . . . Have you ever played water polo? . . . would like to become a hairdresser. BENJAMIN CROSBY " Bud " . . . sleeping and bowling . . . in his spare time this boy lassoes ele- phants . . . " Say " . . . pizza . . . dis- likes English . . . rides the other end of the broom — as a junior janitor. 28 MARGARET ELIZABETH DANAHY Feminine, fancy, and fashionable . . . found writing letters and meeting people . . . " These Precious Mo- ments " . . . " Peggy ' s " remembrance of first day at S.H.S. BARBARA DEAN " Dinxie " . . . fashionable charm . . . horseback riding, swimming, and roast beef . . . " Town Without Pity " . . . future as an airline stewardess. FRANK DAWSON Enjoys all sports especially skiing . . . can be found at Phillips. Inc. . . . dislikes Spanish . . . would like to become an accountant. CHARLES DAVIDAITIS " Chuckle " . . . dislikes work so he spends his time sleeping . . . guns, sport cars, and football . . . future pharmacist. MARJORIE ANNE DEAN Short and sweet . . . unfailing school spirit . . . " Oh no! " . . . top lockers . . . " Margie " . . . will always re- member graduation. 29 BONNIE DE CAPOT Quiet with a winning way . . . " Moon River " . . . basketball, pizza, and blue . . . will always remember chemistry labs and her years at S.H.S. PAUL DELL Found skin diving and on the diamond . . . will always remember French class . . . his easygoing and relaxed manner is sure to make him a suc- cess. ANDREA DEMBROWSKY Lots of pep . . . our committee lead- er, " Miss Dependable " . . . talking, lobster, and pizza . . . " Mercy " to physiology labs . . . " Andy. " a schoolmarm. THERESA ESTELLE DEEG " Terry, " a package of friendship who dislikes two-faced people . . . roast beef is her dish ... a bright future for this stenographer. KAREN MARIE DE VASTO " Devi " . . . carefree and jubilant . . . found in Copley Square . . . memories of Latin III ... " Oh great! " . . . Traveling intentions. 30 JOSEPH DI CASTRO When not passing wisecracks from the back of the room, Joe is busy with sports and cars . . . pizza is his dish . . . Joe hopes to do well in all that he attempts. JOHN DIGGIN John . . . found doing the Slop or roller-skating . . . pizza . . . comical and considerate ... a delight to en- counter. ALLAN DIMOND " Al " . . . " Son of a gun! " ... al- ways ready to have a good time . . . baseball, pizza, and sleeping . . . hopes to attend Fitchburg State. PAUL STEPHEN DINOLO DANNY PAUL DION Progressive jazz, aeronautics, football A quick and friendly smile . . . spa- . . . does as little as possible . . . ghetti, hockey, and green . . . Prob- J.F.R.T. . . . " Night Train " . . . lems of Democracy . . . Danny re- when a certain girl beats me bowling. members J.V. football. 31 ROSE MARIE DI RUSSO Dash of delightful energy but com- pletely unpredictable . . . found at " Ma ' s " . . . dislikes cheering in the rain . . . " It ' s Over " . . . " Rose " a lab technician. PAUL RICHARD DOODY " Toody " ... a good time is his mid- dle name . . . " Dingleberry " ... he likes school? . . . " Little G.T.O. ' . . . his tracks lead to him becoming a racing driver. THOMAS E. DONAHUE " Tom " . . . one of the gang, a lot of fun . . . " Mickey Mouse " . . . " How about that? " . . . football and steak . . . sees himself as becoming an ed- ucated vagabond. JOSEPH DOHERTY " Jay " . . . would rather sleep than get up and go to school . . . baseball, eating chicken . . . Latin II . . . " When do we go home " ... to graduate. DONNA DREW Skating, football games, dancing at the armory . . . " More " ... 3 min- ute passing time . . . " You jest " . . . The day she cut up the cat will al- ways be a fond memory. 32 SUSAN DRISLANE " Sue " . . . " Stand up and take a bow " . . . enjoys spaghetti and French ... " I Don ' t Want To See You Again " ... a teaching career in the future. RUTH DUGGAN " Ruthie " . . . " Swing ' n " . . . waiting for people . . . " Leader of the Pack " . . . turquoise, swimming, and peanut butter and marshmallow sandwiches . . . nursing. GEORGE DUGAN " Crash " . . . friendly nature . . . found hunting, fishing, or at the Armory . . . " No comment " . . . hopes of an Air Force Technician. 33 LOUISE DUFFY " Louise " . . . she is subdued and shy but all in all a sweet girl ... a flare for math and spending money . . . " Pretty Woman " . . . What ' s that again Louise? . . . will always be happy. SHARON ANN DURKEE " Shari " . . . collecting records and stuffed animals . . . found wrapping meat ... a future hairdresser . . . will never forget that rainy Thanks- giving with the Drill Team. JANICE MARIE DYKE " Jan " ... a mischievous giggle . . . dislikes problems but " It ' s All In The Game " . . . swimming and pizza . . . future as a top receptionist. GEORGE ROBERT DYKEMAN " Pog. " a born optimist . . . " Oh Yeah! " to having fun and eating subs . . . future as an aeronautical engi- neer . . . never forget his senior year. MARY ESTEY Busy at driving and dancing . . . doesn ' t like snails, loves swimming and fried clams . . . " Oh Ya! " . . . I.B.M. school is in store for " Mary Lou. " CYNTHIA MARGARET ETTINGER " Cyndy " . . . will never forget her admittance to S.H.S. . . . " Oh my gosh! " . . . loves to bowl . . . the great debator. JOHN FALANDYS " Pooch " . . . has great natural ability . . . " Good. good, good! " . . . meat- ball subs and football ... is usually found with the boys . . . just wants to be a success. 34 WILLIAM JOSEPH FERNANDEZ Great radio and TV repairman . . . " Oh yup! " . . . loves pizza and fish- ing . . . " In the Misty Moonlight " . . . aiming for a career in Electron- ical Engineering. ELAINE SHEILA FITZGERALD " Lanie " . . . charm and radiance . . . pizza and clams . . . always talking . . . " How ' bout that? " . . . memories of English III . . . the Junior Prom. ROBERT FRANCIS FLYNN " Bob " . . . quiet masculinity . . . found tinkering with a go-cart or playing pool ... " I Understand " . . . likes oranges and tennis . . . " Happy. " JEFFREY FOBES . 3 minutes passing time " Jeff " . . . . " Check it out " the basketball court . . . loves ice cream statistician. always on . " Venus " . to be a ROSE FORGER Dazzling smile, shining spirit . . . clams, cars, and a certain someone . . . " Stupid! " . . . fond memories of graduation . . . " Always Together " . . . happiness in future. 35 DENNIS LLYOD FORRESTER Can be found working on cars or eat- ing spaghetti . . . dislikes history and will always remember getting kicked out of history class . . . mechanic. CAROLINE FYE Quiet and reserved . . . collecting re- cords, dancing, and watching televis- ion . . . peanuts and blue . . . " Op- portunity " . . . dreams of being a typist. DAVID FRYE " Say, Simon! " . . . grass drills . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . baseball, pizza, and red . . . bothered by English . . . fond of all types of food . . . archi- tectural draftsman. CHERYL FREDERICKSON Friendly and cheerful . . . horseback riding and field hockey . . . " ' Autumn Leaves " . . . " Sherry " . . . pink and spaghetti ... a future at I.B.M. MARJORIE ANN GARJIAN " Bug " . . . enjoys chicken-plucking, cooking, water-skiing and pizza . . . can be found collecting eggs . . . Margie will always remember her Junior Prom. 36 JOHN GAWRYS " Johnny " . . . never a dull moment when he ' s around . . . weightlifting and working out ... a future Mr. Universe? ... his plans after gradua- tion are indefinite. ELISABETH GILLIS " Beth " . . . tennis, spaghetti and Armory dances rate high on this gal ' s list of favorites . . . " You ' re My World " . . . she will never forget passing Algebra II. ROBERTA GILBERT " Jeannie " . . . " Oh neat! " . . . being with a certain blue-eyed boy . . . " Don ' t Ever Leave Me " . . . likes French and swimming . . . remem- bers the Junior Prom . . . looking forward to being a secretary. DEANE GEDDES " Dino " . . . " Hey, you ' re kinda cute! " . . . " Oh, no! Sneakers in Feb- ruary. " . . . water-skiing . . . Deane hopes to be a success in all that he attempts. KATHRYN A. GILLON " Kathy " . . . dislikes getting up early . . . " More " . . . handy with a needle and thread . . . sweet and gracious . . . I.B.M. is in her future. 37 SANDRA GOFF " End it " . . . " Let It Be Me " . . . peeved at imitation collegians . . . enjoys being with a certain ex-senior . . . with " Sandy " conversation never stops ... a teaching career is ahead. EDWARD R. GOMES " Gomesy " . . . keeper of the cash . . . dislikes talkative people . . . weight-lifting and football ... he will always remember the bomb scares. JOANNE PATRICIA GORMAN " Jody " . . . sweet and quiet . . . quiet . . . W.M.E.X. and ice cream sodas . . . " Ya know! " cranberry, but not French . . . will remember a cer- tain English teacher. KATHLEEN GREELEY " Kathy " . . . collecting records, bowling, listening to the radio . . . future nurse . . . " Love Hurts " . . . chemistry labs. GEORGE GREENE " It ' s alright with me " ... a com- pletely unique personality . . . Mon- day mornings bother this boy . . . plays ping-pong and records . . . loves green (hmm) . . . engineering in the light. 38 RICHARD GREEN " Camma we ' re outa here " . . . dis- likes French . . . " What did you learn in school today? " . . . Dick, a future schoolmaster. JOHN GUSCIORA " Gus " . . . dislikes all teachers . . . " Pretty Woman " . . . baseball ' s his game . . . remembers a certain day in print shop . . . astronaut in Air Force. MARY LOUISE GREGORY Understanding smile and easy to like . . . " Mary-Lou " and a certain blue- eyed boy . . . loves basketball and A W food . . . future as an R.N. ROBERT GREENWOOD " Bob " ... a good kid who enjoys having fun . . . hates homework — who doesn ' t? . . . hunting and basket- ball . . . Uncle Sam will decide his future work. KENNETH H. GUSCIORA " Ken " . . . hunting, bowling, pool, skin diving . . . " Java " ... to be- come a chemical engineer . . . the jokes told in chemistry class. 39 TERRANCE GUSCIORA " Gus " . . . French fries and cheese- burgers . . . " Say " . . . Physics and the Friday movies . . . chemical re- search ahead for this young man. HARVEY HANSEN " Harv " . . . tennis, stamp collecting, reading . . . " Theme to the Great Im- poster " . . . BLT sandwiches ... a future architect. FRANK HANSLER Girls who think they ' re it . . . " Nothin " . . . the golf course is his second home . . . " If I Fell " . . . Espanol and football games at Can- ton will never be forgotten. CRAIG HARDING " Squeak " . . . one of the better kids . . . screaming eyeball purple . . . pheasant under glass and girls . . . cruising the drag . . . " Say hodaddy! " DENISE HARDING " Deni " ... a real sweet kid who will really go far . . . Stoughton High ' s best tumbler . . . " Have fun! " . . . likes being with Beth . . . she ' s going to be a good practical nurse. 40 WILLIAM HARRINGTON " Bill " . . . can be heard above the crowd . . . " Wind it out! " . . . thinks Geometry is square . . . " Honda " ... he will make a good mechanic. JAMES HAYES Sports car racing and steak are his favorites . . . " Real Wild " . . . con- tinually arguing . . . playing the gui- tar and petrol pumping . . . memories of English grammar. ROY HAYES " Butch " . . . enjoys collecting traffic tickets and cars . . . works at Stough- ton Beauty Shop . . . some job! . . . his ambition is to win the Grand Prix. THOMAS JOSEPH HERRON Good natured and friendly . . . " Tod " and a special someone . . . " Don ' t Be Cruel " . . . steak, football, and blue . . . future as a multi- millionaire. 41 JAMES HICKEY Golf, cars, football, and pizza . . . works as a gas station attendant . . . will never forget the water bubbler breaking in shop . . . looks forward to a career in the Air Force. KAREN HOLMES " Kay " ... a sweet, attractive kind of grace . . . daydreaming is her pas- time . . . " Gee Whiz " . . . " Tender Feeling " . . . looks to a secretarial future. THOMAS K. HUNT Enjoys having a good time and going out ... is presently employed as a clerk . . . " Tom " will never forget last year ' s bomb scares . . . hopes to attend college. DAVID HUGUELET " Dave " ... a smile, a quick remark, and a moving machine . . . usually cruising around . . . steak and french fries . . . " Say man! " WILLIAM HOWELL " Bill " ... an unusual but interesting sense of humor . . . trying hard not to work . . . " Dream Lover " ... his ambitions border on being a million- aire. JOHN R. HURLEY Quiet and reserved . . . " Jack " likes pizza, football and the weekends . . . he will remember Mr. McGeough ' s shop class. 42 JOHN CHARLES HURLEY " Chuck " ... a bug — for ham radio, that is . . . " Oh! For Pete ' s Sake! " . . . dislikes girls that smoke . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . math teacher to- be. JOYCE KENNEDY Sparkling vivacious redhead ... " I Don ' t Know " . . . Dancing at the Armory . . . pizza and blue . . . " From a Window " . . . Junior Prom ' 64 ... a future secretary for the F.B.L PATRICIA A. KANE Gay and happy . . . likes hamburgers and pepsi ... a certain ex-senior takes up her time . . . " You beast " . . . Pat has secretarial ambitions. RON JORDAN " Rogs " . . . easy-going but reserved . . . enthusiastic about all sports . . . " Hi Alice! " . . . future in the mili- tary service. PETER KENNEDY " Say Man " . . . " Teddy Bear " . . . Tusker ' s ambition is to graduate . . . likes card playing, hates homework . . . Spend ' s many evenings at Thong ' s house . . . rootbeer . . . will never forget Biology. 43 JAMES DENNIS KILLGOAR " Jimmy " . . . funloving wit h a ready smile . . . " I ' ll never tell. " but foot- ball, pizza, and bookkeeping are his favorites ... a future career in ac- counting. ESTHER ELIZABETH KREIMER " Beth " . . . quiet personality . . . homework and cheeseburgers . . . hopes to be a teacher . . . will al- ways remember her Junior Prom. BRENDA KIRWAN " That ' s cute! " . . . tennis and skating . . . " Ask Me " . . . music and green . . . sincere with a bubbling personal- ity .. . meeting the yearbook dead- line. DONNA KIMTIS Full of fun and laughter . . . found cheering for the boys ... " I Love You The Way You Are " . . . pizza and telephone conversations are Donna ' s favorites. ANN MARIE LANDOLFI Ann is found cheering at the rallies . . . ' Everybody Loves Somebody " . . . dislikes getting her hair messed . . . " Forget it! " 44 RICHARD LANDOLFI " Still waters run deep " . . . " Rich, " at Joe ' s Shell . . . found working on his car or with the girls ... " I Like It " . . . fond memories of a field trip to Boston ... a future draftsman. PAUL LANDRY " Blue Velvet " . . . football, spaghetti . . . found either at BPM or doing construction work . . . enjoys eating . . . will always remember the Junior Prom. ELEANOR P. LANPHERE " Pat " . . . annoyed by underclassmen . . . reading and cooking are her favorite pastimes . . . hairdressing is in her future. GEOFFREY LEE LEDIN " Geof " . . . " You ' ll never know " . . . " Do-Wah-Diddy " . . . talking endlessly . . . Bookkeeping and study halls . . . hopes of becoming a C.P.A. CAROL LEGASKI Out-going companionship . . . That ' s for sure! " ... ice skating, pizza, and blue . . . don ' t mention Business Law . . . fond memories of Crazy Day ' 64. 45 JOHN LEHTO " Johnny " . . . " Thafs right " ... a swell kid who deserves the best out of life . . . football, swimming, and playing the guitar . . . hopes to fur- ther his education. CHRISTINE LETOWSKI " Chris " ... a sparkling blonde who ' s always smiling and cheerful ... ice skating, pizza and Chinese food . . . she would like to become a biology teacher. KAREN DENICE LEMOS Personality with charm . . . football, hot chocolate, and English . . . " Jen- ny Kissed Me " . . . " Good Grief " to people who keep her waiting ... to be a nurse. WILLIAM LIMBEY Collecting jazz albums, reading . . . " More " . . . steak and dark blue . . . Bill can be found at the shoe store . . . " Oh. really? " WARREN LINCOLN " Line " . . . getting up in the morning . . . stock car racing . . . " The Last Kiss " . . . enjoys watching all the girls go by . . . graduation will stand out in his memory. 46 DAVID LINDELOF A friendly, all-round boy . . . " Loaf " enjoys football and will always re- member biology in his sophomore year . . . can be found downtown saying " Lend me a dime. " BETH LITTLEFIELD Quiet but with a marvelous sense of humor . . . steak and pizza . . . " noodle head " . . . Beth hopes to be a secretary after graduation. KATHLEEN LOCKE " Kathi " . . . " Only You " ... for another chance . . . loves green and all Italian food . . . always on the go . . . a strawberry blonde with the temperment of the Irish. GENEVIEVE M. LOCHIATTO " Genny " . . . cheering for the boys . . . " I Should Have Known Better " . . . cooking and sewing . . . the girl with the beautiful hair . . . nursing. RENEE LOMBRE Genuinely friendly and interested in everything . . . spends her time play- ing the flute and listening to " De- bussy ' s Moonlight " ... a career in advertising is ahead for Renee. 47 GAIL LOUNGE A bit mischievous . . . " How " bout that! " . . . fried clams and softball are her favorites . . . will never for- get Crazy Day ' 64 . . . future in the Women ' s Air Force. KATHRYN LYERLA " Kathy " . . . ' " Peachy! " . . . tennis and cheeseburgers . . . green . . . " Right or Wrong " . . . Home Eco- nomics IV . . . wants to be happy. WILLIAM LUNSFORD " Willie " ... one of S.H.S. ' s " de- voted " monitors . . . football and chocolate cake . . . hopes to be a draftsman after graduation. 48 RITA JEAN LUCIER " Rita " a complex bundle of fun . . . can be found eating enchiladas in Spanish class . . . " Help, help! " . . . " When the Honeywind Blows " ... a future history teacher. KATHLEEN ANNE LYNCH " Kathy " . . . quiet and reliable . . . would rather go to football games than do homework on weekends . . . ice skating and steamed clams ... a future medical technician. NANCY LYNCH " Nan " . . . keeps busy working as a nurse ' s aid ... a bubbling personal- ity ... cooking and sewing . . . wants to become a nurse but " It ' s All in the Game. " PATRICIA ANNE LYNCH A friendly " Hi, " a winning smile . . . found discussing life problems with the crowd . . . dislikes waiting for people . . . " Running Scared " . . . returning to New York is in her bright future. RAYMOND LYNCH " Get to work! " . . . plays tiddly winks and ping pong t o " Chug-a-lug " . . . baked Alaska . . . field of archi- tecture lies in the future. DAVID LYONS " Dave " . . . bowling, steak, and being a stockboy . . . " If I Fell " . . . found working on cars . . . hopes to become a business manager. WAYNE MADAN Every two minutes a car breaks down in the United States; it ' s usually his . . . basketball and candy apple red . . . Wayne would like to enter produce. 49 CAROL ANN MAHER " Carol " . . . quiet but friendly . . . reading, skating, and hamburgers . . . enjoys business law and hopes to be- come a legal secretary . . . will al- ways remember the Junior Prom. VIRGINIA MARGARITE " Ginny " . . . carefree and happy-go- lucky . . . armory dances and steak . . . to be a medical secretary is her ambition . . . will always remember marching on cold days. JUDITH MARCH " A jovial nature beneath a quiet sur- face . . . tennis, blue and spaghetti . . . " Everybody Loves Somebody " . . . " Judy, " a future secretary. SUZANNE MANGANIS " Suzy " . . . the girl with the guitar in her hand and a song in her heart . . . " Keep smiling. " . . . chocolate ice cream and coffee houses . . . she hopes to be a folk singer. DAVID MARSHALL " Dave " . . . " Let ' s eat! " . . . works at the Goddard Hospital . . . asks the reason why and often can give the answer . . . wants to be a biolo- gist. 50 ANN MARIE MASON " Ann " ... a talented girl with a love of life . . . C ' est la vie " ... a pic- ture is worth a thousand words . . . will always remember the Junior Prom. WILLIAM Mccormick " Bill " . . . one who stands out in a crowd . . . golf, bowling, and pool . . . likes fillet mignon and math — together? . . . What ' s that combina- tion again? ROBERT J. McCORMICK " Willie " . . . playing pool and bas- ketball . . . " it ' s alright " . . . though unemployed at present, he hopes to become a pharmacist. RICHARD MASON " Dick " . . . " You ' re outa your tree! " . . . sport car racing . . . didn ' t enjoy English . . . hopes to join the service or work for General Motors. LOUISE McFADYEN " Louie " . . . fun loving and happy-go- lucky . . . records, swimming, and skating . . . " Dreamy Eyes " . . . fondly remembers Mr. Peirce ' s bi- ology classes. PATRICIA ANNE McGINN " Pat " ... a smile is her umbrella . . . fried clams and navy blue . . . can ' t figure much out of Trig . . . will be a wonderful teacher. MICHAEL McLaughlin " Mike " . . . enjoys working on cars, skiing, and fried clams ... at present he is employed as a delivery boy . . . his future plans are indefinite. WILLIAM McMANN " Bill " . . . " Howdy! " ... a warm welcome for all pizza and baseball . . . wit and talent are his great ex- ponents ... he will always remem- ber becoming a senior. lOHN McKENZIE " McKenzy " . . . spends his time cruising around . . . " Pretty Woman " . . . will always remember Mr. Keli- her ' s field trip and his experiences at S.H.S. THOMAS McNAMARA " Mac " . . . sports, records, and track . . . dislikes people who talk too much . . . " Memphis " . . . " How ya doin? " . . . looks forward to gradua- tion. 52 DAWNA McNEIL " Dawn " ... a source of bubbling en- thusiasm . . . falling in the gym shower . . . " Yea, it figures " . . . will always remember Mr. Peirce ' s spring safari. ANDREW McSHEA Well groomed, polite, and carefree . . . can be found working . . . " Pooch " likes girls, fried clams, and basketball . . . will always remember freshman gym class. JOANNE McSTOWE " Jo " . . . laughing eyes, cordial smile . . . tennis, pizza, and potato chips . . . will never forget passing out frogs in Biology. PATRICIA SUSAN MEARS " Sue " . . . cheerful and intelligent . . . enjoys ancient history and mak- ing submarines at Vie ' s . . . " Good luck! " . . . collecting autographs of famous people. CAROL MEDEIROS " Wretched! " . . . pizza, lobster, and ice-skating . . . U.S. History . . . dancing at the armory in burgundy . . . " Moon River " . . . hairstyling. 53 ROBERT MISKINIS " Bob " . . . spending his spare time at Leon ' s . . . plays in bands . . . " Good Golly Miss Molly. " does he like pizza . . . undecided as to his future plans. KENNETH J. MORRIS " Little Moe " . . . takes it easy except when he ' s working on the English Ford . . . football and biology . . . " Ken " will always remember the bomb scares and is looking forward to college. SUZANNE E. MORENCY " Sue " . . . those fingernails . . . " What was I gonna say? " . . . dis- likes Rhode Island . . . there ' s a modeling career ahead for this gal. ELDON F. MORRILL Found with the gang and eating pizza . . . Shop is his specialty . . . will always remember rallies before Can- ton games . . . " O ' kay, fine! " . . . wants to make lots of money. NANCY MORSE " Nance " . . . says " You ' re kidding! " to school lunches . . . reading and basketball . . . her ambition is to be a dental hygienist. 54 BRIANA MARIE MURPHY Life of the class or party . . . imag- inative humorist . . . plays softball, " Somewhere Over The Rainbow " . . . hopes to succeed despite Algebra I and office sessions . . . " Bri, " what would we do without her! KATHLEEN NOONAN Full of fun and jokes . . . " Wind her up, baby " . . . pet peeves, back brace and typing . . . likes pizza and field hockey . . . Kathy has fond memor- ies of her Home Economics classes. JOANNE ELLEN NOE Penny hopes to become a secretary . . . getting in trouble with Sue . . . tennis, boys, talking, and cheeseburg- ers .. . dislikes two-faced people and stenography . . . Susan ' s Crutches . . . " Blah! " EUGENE MURPHY " Gene " . . . eating in the cafeteria . . . found busy at cross country . . . lifting weights . . . will never forget getting locked in the girl ' s locker room — who would? KENNETH O ' CONNOR A regular guy . . . enjoys steaks and sleeping . . . found with the boys . . . " Pretty Woman " . . . always re- member freshman year on crutches . . . Ken, a future constructionist. 55 MAUREEN O ' HARE " Mighty Mo " . . . sincere and active . . . school lunches, " Are you kidd- ing? " . . . likes the Cape and spend- ing money . . . " If I Fell " . . . fond memories of the class of ' 65. RONALD PARSONS " Ron " . . . handsomely different . . . cars, basketball, and cheeseburgers . . . " Money " . . . tries to forget Eng- lish . . . future as a commercial artist. VIRGINIA IRENE PATTERSON Casual and carefree . . . " Torture " . . . enjoys bowling and steak . . . stenography is her subject . . . " Ginny " has a bright future as a pri- vate secretary. 56 STEVEN D. PIPER " Steve " . . . sailing, resting, and eat- ing . . . blue . . . " The Last Kiss " . . . 1962 cross country meet at Fox- boro . . . " Cast la Vie. " PATRICIA ANN POLYCHRONES " Patti " . , . skating, water skiing, and reading . . . will be a cute airline stewardess ... the Junior Prom is her date to remember . . . " Blah! " RICHARD POLVINEN To own a dude ranch . . . " That ' s just ducky " . . . Rick ' s pet peeve is alarm clocks " Because " his pastime is sleeping . . . likes football, veal, and anything cranberry . . . senior home- room. JOSEPH PITTA " Poe Jitta " . . . " Going out for cross country? " . . . spinning a basketball . . . " Little Child " . . . usher at the State Theater . . . likes shop drawing . . . to become a draftsman. CATHERINE POPE Genuine Southern hospitality . . . sincere smile . . . " People " and bas- ketball . . . three minute passing . . . reading, spaghetti, and blue ... fu- ture as a registered nurse. 57 RICHARD PRATT " Dick " ... a funny smirk betrays a lot of fun . . . " Check out! " . . . pizza and basketball . . . " Slow Down " . . . wants to be a millionaire — Who doesn ' t? LEO PULJANOWSKI " Pokanoka " . . . humor and fascina- tion . . . sleeping and Swedish meat- balls . . . memories of the flood in shop drawing . . . future President. DIXIE LEE PUSHEE " Holubki? " . . . " Oh buttons " to chemistry . . . straightforward and spontaneous . . . will remember Spanish II . . . hopes to be a civil engineer after graduation. ROBERT QUARTARONE " Bob " ... a great kid who likes a lot of fun . . . " What? " . . . football and pizza . . . " Moon River " . . . has been seen at the B.P.M. . . . would like to become a T.V. repair- man. 58 FREDERICK RAILA " Say-hey " . . . card playing and steak . . . the stickmobile . . . water polo and basketball . . . hanging around . . . Spanish classes . . . business ad- ministration. LAWRENCE MARTIN RAINE A quiet participant who enjoys eat- ing, hunting, and basketball . . . fond memories of Spanish II . . . aims high in choosing a career in dentistry. PAULA RAWSON Dislikes math classes but enjoys being with a certain someone . . . " Million to One " . . . hard working employee of J. J. Newberry . . . will be a fine nurse. WAYNE REDPATH Wayne . . . driver who would like to leave driving to the men . . . shy un- til you get to know him . . . racing in his future . . . but Wayne reserves a place in the business world. PAUL REILLY Tall, strong, and handsome . . . " Reill " . . . likes steak, football, and math . . . he ' ll never forget football practices . . . Paul hopes to be a success in his chosen field. BARBARA MARY RILEY Vivacious and talkative . . . " Barb " . . . dislikes crowded mirrors ... a future secretary . . . " Honest! " . . . fond memories of classroom driver ed. 59 SUZANNE ROBICHEAU Enjoys shorthand, a secretarial career is in her future . . . found playing basketball and softball . . . " Sue " an all " round gal. RICHARD ROSSIER " Ross " . . . will eat anything . . . " Why? " does he like the song " My Diane? " . . . remembers football and the Dramatic Club, especially " Th e Chalk Garden. " DENISE ROOT " Denise " ... a flair for navy blue fashions . . . found listening to al- bums and cheering at football games . . . will try to forget Algebra I and II . . . hopes to be a Registered Nurse. DONNA ROBINSON Quiet and sincere . . . pleasant per- sonality . . . sewing, basketball, and steak . . . presently employed as a clerk . . . Donna hopes to be a secre- tary after graduation. LINDA JANE RUGGIERO " Lyn " . . . sparkling personality and oh, those eyes . . . " You know " . . . found sewing, eating steak, or in a " 58 Pontiac . . . future as a private secre- tary. 60 JOHN RUSCITO " Johnny " . . . wavy dark hair and a winning smile . . . " Love Me Ten- der " . . . spaghetti and meatballs . . . will make a good mechanic. REGINA MARGARET RYAN " Gina " . . . irked with long term as- signments . . . singing, drawing, and horseback riding . . . always ready with a friendly smile . . . wild for pink and hot roast beef. KEVIN RYAN " Kev " . . . loafing, football, and sleeping . . . future serviceman . . . " Cool it. " . . . blue . . . school . . . " Little GTO " . . . likes a lot of fun. GAIL RYAN " Ya, and you are too " . . . cute and cheerful . . . airline stewardess . . . dislikes fast cars and glamour boys but " It ' s All In The Game " . . . favorites steak, french fries, and field hockey. JAMES L. SCANNELL " Jaimie " . . . personality and wit . . . cars, blue, and homemade apple pie ... " Moon River " . . . will never forget graduation. 61 PAUL ROBERT SCHROTH " Schroddie " . . . " Chug-A-Lug " and pizza ... a hard-working employee of Connors Wayside Furniture Co. . . . will never forget bomb scares and his years at S.H.S. CATHERINE SEYMOUR " Cathy " . . . pleasant and sincere . . . enjoys reading, playing, the piano and ice skating ... as she en- joys English, she hopes to be a crab- by old English teacher. IRENE MARIE SHANNON Image of Ireland . . . sweet and live- ly .. . " Will You Love Me Tomor- row? " . . . dislikes crowded mirrors and Algebra . . . driver ed. on the road ... a future social worker. NORRINE M. SELLARS " You ' ll get over it " . . . sophistica- tion and an assured manner . . . found at Brockton parties . . . pizza and water skiing are her favorites . . . " Renie ' s " ambition is to get married. DIANE FLORENCE SIEGFRIED " Sieg " . . . energetic and fun-loving . . . certain 6 ' 3 " pastime . . . " Oh. Man! " . . . always remember English II . . . future as a medical secretary. 62 LINDA SILVA Petite bundle of dynamite . . . enjoys Armory dances and chemistry labs . . . " Twinkletoes " . . . loves ravioli and peaches . . . Linda and profes- sional nursing. PETER SILVA " Pete " . . . easygoing and good na- tured . . . enjoys Chinese food and football . . . would like to go into teaching . . . steam gets in your eyes. BEVERLY J. SIMMS " Bev " . . . gift of gab, gab, gab . . . loves life, basketball and roller skat- ing . . . " Blue Velvet " . . . pizza and blue . . . " Oh Thanks " . . . a future mortician. ARTHUR SISTO " Sonny " ... he is always there with a helping hand . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . football and steak . . . English IV . . . driving around always hun- gry . . . engineering. R. THOMAS SMALES " Tommy " . . . serious and hardwork- ing . . . track, French, and chow mein . . . " Stranger on the Shore " . . . he looks forward to a career in the field of mathematics. 63 PAUL SMEDILE " Smilie " . . . dislikes people who continually ask " Why? " . . . enjoys art and reading . . . remembers Dramatic Club Production of " The Chalk Garden " . . . hopes to be a cartoonist. TIMOTHY SMYTH " My Cup Runneth Over " ... to be rich . . . when not doing homework Smithy can be found drinking cokes or eating pizzas on Friday night . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . working at Nor- wood Hospital . . . Chemistry. JANET M. SMYTH " Jan " ... a pleasing personality . . . reading and macaroni . . . remem- bers chewing peanuts in History . . . " You little nut " . . . ceaseless chatter on the telephone. CHESTER SMITH " Chet " . . . dislikes narrow-minded- ness . . . music, art and drama . . . tries to forget those endless lunch lines ... he hopes to lead a good life. BARBARA ANN SOTNICK " Barb " . . . lively personality . . . french fries and pizza . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom and a certain pizza cook . . . secretarial work is in her future. 64 DEBRA ANN ST. PETER " Debs " . . . " How ' bout that? " . . . is annoyed by snobs . . . " Getting to school on time is certainly a job, isn ' t it? " ... to be a beauty consultant is her dream. JOYCE MARIE STEWART A winning smile . . . " That ' s great " . . . enjoys swimming and skating with a certain senior . . . Joyce hopes to be a legal secretary . . . she ' ll always remember Period D, U.S. History. E. STEWART STERLING " Duke " . . . aimiable and friendly . . . cruising the drag with Dino, Flip and Squeak . . . enjoys football and all sea foods . . . Stew will never forget unauthorized lab experiments. CAROLYN MARCIA STEINBURG " Carol " . . . " Don ' t get shook " . . . pizza and hamburgers are her favor- ites . . . will always remember En- glish III . . . physiology ... a future as a medical technician. JOHN SULLIVAN " Sully " . . . " Hello there! " . . . ten- nis and hockey . . . sincere, and a good talker . . . watermelon ... is sure to be successful in all his at- tempts. MARY A. SWEENEY Forever laughing . . . " Sween " . . . mischievous . . . " Let me tell ya " . . . enjoys dancing and U.S. History . . . aspires to the hairdressing pro- fession. LAWRENCE TAPPER " Tap " . . . found in the bowling alley nursing his dislocated shoulder . . . Hillmans . . . " Night Train " . . . often wrong but never in doubt . . . C.P.A. future. DENISE MARIE THERIAULT " Denny " . . . armed with bright eyes and a pleasant smile . . . old cars and the Army . . . will never forget the Junior Prom . . . future as a hairdresser. 66 ROBERT SWEETMAN " Sweetie " . . . peeved with home- work . . . " Put an egg in your shoe and beat it " . . . bowling and steak . . . " Doo- Wah-Diddy " . . . shop drawing ... a future meatcutter. WILLIAM THOMPSON Enthusiast in sports . . . saying little, meaning much ... his favorites are football and steak . . . " Yes " to col- lecting sky red clothes hangers? . . . fond memories of freshman football. CANDICE MARIE TRIPP " Candy " . . . winning smile, friendly nature . . . found in Copley Square with Karen . . . " So this a joke? " . . . memories of Chemistry class. ARTHUR TROFOMOVICS " Trof " . . . pizza, red, and bowling . . . memories of his bus driver . . . will never forget the day his name was announced over the P. A. in his freshman year. DAVID MICHAEL TURNER " Cleo " . . . wants to stay young and carefree . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . Dave, a red-headed terror . . . " Be- yond a doubt, " dislikes Sunday nights. RONALD VALERY " Val " . . . Cars and racing . . . " Hey Girl " . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . metal flake purple . . . chemistry classes will never be forgotten, nei- ther will that short story in Eng. II. ROBERT WILLIAM VEAZUE " Vee " . . . " Hold the phone! " . . . cartooning and drummer for the " Pharaohs " . . . teasing his party line . . . lunch bell in Geometry class ... a successful cartoonist. • 67 1 iM WAYNE VEIGA Wayne . . . " Are you kidding " . . . homework and 475 . . . likes foot- ball, pizza, and blue . . . found in Malcolm ' s Bakery . . . hopes to be successful. CARL WAAL " What ' s the action here? " . . . dis- likes all subjects . . . hockey player . . . a smile and a joke . . . blue . . . will never forget his chemistry sessions . . . college bound. ROBERT WALDMAN " Keep Cool " . . . marine biologist . . . walking anywhere in Boston . . . likes Chinese food and anything black . . . will never forget his first day at S.H.S. WILLIAM JEFFREY WALES Jeff is found in the lumber yard working hard . . . " Pretty Woman " . . . enjoys track and math . . . " Is that right! " ... 6th period typing class. CYNTHIA AGNES WALSH " Cyn " ... a subtle humorist . . . homework. Denver mint green, and talking . . . will always remember English III . . . teaching is in her future. 68 MARY ELLEN WELCH Well conducted and quiet . . . read- ing, skating, steak, and yellow . . . " Wait a minute! " ... " I Left My Heart in San Francisco ... to be an English major. SHARYN WERESKA Charm and a radiant smile . . . " We ' ll Sing in the Sunshine " . . . dis- likes conceited people . . . " Shar. " will make a terrific L.P.N. VIRGINIA WETHERBEE " Gingie " . . . " Flake ofl ! " . . . read- ing, skiing, bowling . . . " Always To- gether " . . . nuts and ice cream . . . knuckle-cracking . . . will remember those top lockers. PATRICIA ANN WHELAN " Always merry, never sad " . . . " Pat " hopes to do something different . , . a college bound talker . . . " Swift " . . . enjoys working with the kids, swimming, and spaghetti. ELAINE KENDRA WHITE Dancing, bowling, pizza . . . enjoys art . . . " Apache " . . . detests people who are late . . . " cute, huh? " . . . the Junior Prom. 69 FREDERICK J. WILLIAMS ■ ' Ricky " . . . sincere with a terrific sense of humor . . . enjoys reading, painting, and water skiing . . . " Peo- ple " ... he hopes to go into busi- ness. RICHMOND WOODWARD " Rick " . . . sure to succeed . . . en- joys skiing and sailing . . . " All My Loving " . . . has fond memories of the Spaghetti Supper . . . Geology ahead. GERALD ROBERT WILLIAMSON A well-dressed collegian . . . State Police . . . Jerry doesn ' t like conceit- ed people . . . Beating the late bell . . . water skiing, collecting money and watching girls . . . blue. CHERYL EVANNE WILLIAMSON Laughing and chatting through life . . . " Sherry " . . . football games, history, and red . . . talking on the phone . . . to be rich. LINDA WORMWOOD " I ' d giggle today if tomorrow I die " . . . will always remember October, hmm . . . peeved with being " guid- ed? " ... a future lab technician. 70 GEORGE YAITANES Loves riding around with no destiny in mind . . . " Are you kidding me? " . . . " Blue Velvet " . . . football and all kinds of food ... the service will employ this boy . . . graduation. WILLIAM YETMAN " Bill " . . . tennis, arguing, peanut butter . . . " Check it out " . . . Brok- en Lockers . . . " 500 Miles " . . . will go on to college. STEPHANIE YAITANES Found at Armory dances in madras . . . a seemingly limitless wardrobe . . . looks forward to becoming a top dental hygienist . . . Steph, " You Really Got Me. " ROBERT ZEPF " Bobby " . . . " Dancing in the Street " . . . student council conventions and French III . . . found pumping gas at the Atlantic station . . . likes spa- ghetti-supper type food ... to be happy. 71 CYNTHIA AHR Horseback riding . . . swimming . . . writing letters . . . short hair peeves Cindy . . . " One Summer Night " . . . " I Know " . . . enjoys cooking. PAMELA NATALIE BAKER " Pam " . . . unruly desire for pepper- mint stick ice cream . . . Kelley green . . . fond memories of the Drill Team . . . " That ' s Stupid! " . . . wishes to be an English teacher in France. JOHN CLARK Warm, radiating friendliness . . . football, steak, and sleeping ... " A word to the wise is sufficient. " . . . John, a future in electronics. LEE ROSE CUTLER " Red " . . . friendly and outgoing . . . water skiing is her sport . . . will never forget physical science . . . is looking forward to becoming a medical secretary. WILLIAM GIFFORD " GifT " . . . " Dry up! " . . . dislikes talkative people . . . swimming, cars, and meatloaf . . . " Mr. Lonely " . . . increase the size of his pay check. ROBERT E. McCORMICK " Bob " . . . " Say! " . . . " blue " be- cause he is presently unemployed . . . has a warm spot for Stoughton Square . . . vivid memories of his years at S.H.S. TAMARA NEIMAN " Tami " . . . " To Thine Own Self be True " . . . knitting and talking . . . arguing in Problems of Democracy class . . . will always remember the pleasant times at S.H.S. LENA M. POILLUCCI A cheery greeting and a friendly smile . . . her mother ' s pizza and B.P.M. . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . fond memo- ries of Home Economics . . . future as a hairdresser. i JOHN ROSSI " Rossie " . . . has a preoccupation with cars . . . " What ' s new with you? " . . . Italian food . . . " G.T.O. " . . . likes working on cars . . . hopes to one day know all about cars. LAWRENCE THERIAULT " Lar ry " . . . speech is wonderful, si- lence more powerful . . . spaghetti, golf, math, and blue . . . " Oh come now! " . . . engineering future ahead. PAUL VALUTKEVICH " Whoa, Bullwinkle " . . . irked with homework and Algebra II . . . usu- ally having fun or at Jimmy ' s Market . . . " Louie Louie " . . . engineering in the future. JAMES WOLETSKAS Where there is a good time you will find " Jay " . . . horseback riding . . . will eat anything ... he hopes to graduate. 72 Class History The Class of 1965 entered Stoughton High School just like any other freshman class, noisy and full of plans. With the help of our class advisor, Mr. Arata, the class officers: President Thomas Hunt, Vice-President Rose DiRusso. Secretary Barbara Novak, and Treasurer David Lindelof; and the Executive Committee spon- sored our first dance, the Frosh Fling. The following five girls were members of the Junior Varsity cheering squad: Genevieve Lochiatto, Diane Siegfried, Rose Di- Russo. Ann Landolfi, and Patricia Bannon. We entered our sophomore year with a new feeling of confidence. Capable leaders had been elected: David Lindelof, president; Rose DiRusso, vice-president; Su- san Clark, secretary; and Paul Landry, treasurer. The year was a success both socially and financially. The first dance, Sno-bound, was held in January. Everyone pitched in to make the cake sale at the B.P.M. a suc- cess. The year closed with our second dance, Sea ' n Surf. Kathy Noonan was a sophomore majorette. In De- cember, eight members of the Class of " 65 were made associate members of the National Honor Society. They were George Barnard. Robert Carvin, Andrea Dembrowsk y, Kathleen Lynch, Regina Ryan, Cather- ine Seymour, William Thompson, and Patricia Whelan. Upperclassmen at last! Our junior year was busier than any of us had dreamed! Our officers were Dana Clancy, Brenda Kirwan, Susan Clark, and Edward Gomes. We were disappointed to learn that our class advisor, Mr. Arata, was not returning to S.H.S., but pleased to discover that this important position would be in the hands of Mr. Chester Peirce. Genevieve Lochiatto, Donna Kimtis, Rose DiRusso, Patricia Ban- non, and Ann Landolfi were selected as varsity cheer- leaders; Regina Ryan, Mary Creeden, and Kathy Noonan were majorettes. Brenda Kirwan was the rep- resentative to Girls ' State; Dana Clancy, Paul Reilly, William Thompson, and George Barnard were our rep- resentatives at Boys State. Financial gains were recognized with the success of our class project, stuffed Black Knights; and two well- attended dances, Menagerie and Mardi Gras. The big- gest social event of the year took place on May 7, 1964. This was our own junior prom. Some Enchanted Evening. Held in the Junior High School Cafeteria, the scene might have been the middle of Paris. The affair was climaxed by the crowning of the queen, Susan Clark. It was truly an event to remember, a perfect end to an exciting year. We returned from summer vacation convinced that our senior class would be better than any other. Class officers, Dana Clancy, Andrea Dembrowsky, Kathi Locke, and Edward Gomes planned the year ' s activi- ties and Brenda Kirwan and Richmond Woodward be- gan work on the Stotonian. Patricia Whelan was editor- in-chief of the Semaphore. Robert Zepf and Susan Drislane held the offices of President and Secretary of the Student Council. Football captains Dana Clancy and Paul Reilly led the Black Knights to one of their most successful sea- sons in quite a few years. Rose DiRusso was the cheer- leader captain, and Regina Ryan, assisted by Mary Creeden, headed the majorettes. The Varsity and girls ' basketball teams were captained by Joseph Pitta and Regina Ryan, respectively. Track captains were Paul Reilly and Michael Grimmins; David Frye headed the baseball team. Our first big event was the Spaghetti Supper, held on October 24, 1965 at the Junior High. Chefs, wait- resses, busboys, and patrons all helped to make the evening a smashing success. It was an unforgettable display of class spirit and unity. 74 " Blue Christmas, " a truly beautiful dance, took place at the Junior High on December 18, 1964. Like all Christmas dances, Santa paid a visit, but also brought with him Rudolph, the Abominable Snowman, a dentist, and assorted elves and misfit toys. It was a wonderful evening that would mark our last high school Christmas holiday. Senior Week was a whirl of confusion and parties. Who will ever forget the class trip or the Senior Recep- tion? As we left Stoughton High School on that memo- rable day of June 4, 1965, we looked back over four years of memories; some good, some bad. Yet no mat- ter how far we stray from Stoughton High, we will never forget the Class of ' 65. 75 MOST POPULAR Dana Clancy. Andrea Dembrowsky PHOTOPLAyANNUAy BEST LOOKING Bill Thompson, Christine Letowski Senior Superlatives BEST DRESSED Andrew McShea, Donna Drew DtcEvaw M IM4 35c Newsweek MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED George Barnard, Brenda Kirwan MOST TALENTED Frank Hansler, Renee Lombre MOST MISCHIEVOUS Paul Valutkavitch, Briana Murphy SCHOOL MANAGEMENT MOST ATHLETIC Dana Clancy, Kathy Noonan IMiNT riOBic TUjenrvflCTRessi rtvml tlwir own person p6minin6secR6T CUTEST Bob Zeph, Patty Polychrones MOST COOPERATIVE Rick Woodward, Linda Barbato 77 UgmillllllpATinN 193-4 tlj lSr 3DBOOK: Comprehensive Guide to SWL ' ing, CB, Ham, Md Business Radio MOST TALKATIVE Paul DiNolo, Penny Noe 78 Class Will Through our generosity and kindness, we the class of " 65 leave the following fraudulent, disorderly, document which no doubt in time will be a collector ' s item. To start the whole shebang, our George Barnard leaves his tie clip that he lost in B corridor. Anyone who has an e.xtra one. please contact George . . . John Mc- Kenzie leaves Jack Murphy his A-1 1954 Chevy that doesn ' t burn oil. That ' s what they all say! . . . Paul Valutkevich leaves his doctored report card . . . Fred Raila leaves his height to anyone who can use it . . . Linda Silva leaves a horren- dous headache without an aspirin to her baby brother . . . Frank Dawson leaves his roguey ski poles to his sister Joan . . . Elaine White leaves her red nylons to Mr. Willis. (They probably won ' t even fit him.) . . . Mary Case leaves her pages of unintelligible notes . . . Regina Ryan leaves her whistle to next year ' s captain of the majorettes . . . Mike Crimmins leaves his lunch ticket to Sharon Heffernan (how sweet) ... To Bob Hayward. Bob Veazue leaves all his broken drumsticks . . . Lee Cutler leaves all her short skirts to anyone who can get away with wearing them . . . Pat McGinn leaves with gum on her nose from Mrs. Hogg ' s sessions . . . Richard Green leaves Miss Venti ' s French classes; Paul Dell leaves his Palmer method handwriting to the despairing teachers who find it exasperating . . . George Yaitaines leaves Joe Pires the " end " " in peace . . . Warren Lincoln ' s brother receives all his sympathy ... To Mr. Knowles. Bill McMann leaves old movie projector so the next classes can have films . . . Cheryl Fredericksen leaves her candy to the next hungry student in Miss Kane ' s classes. And believe you me, you can get pretty hungry after 3rd hour . . . Chuck Davidaitis and Terry Gusciora leave shouting " Physics is fun! " . . . Wayne Boutelier. Dennis Forrester and David Conrad kindly bequeath to Mr. Penardi a new transmission . . . Mau- reen O ' Hare, Beverly Simms, Pat Bannon, Janice Dyke, Donna Clifford, Louise Clinch. Kathleen Greely, and Judy Craig, (whew) leave top lockers to the Jolly Green Giant . . . Donna Kimtis and Ann Landolfi regretfully leave their years of cheerleading . . . Here goes again: Janet Chesworth, Mary Creeden, Mary Welch, Nancy Morse, Chris Letowski, Gingie Wetherbee, and Carolyn Steinberg leave their " felis domestica " to next years physiology classes . . . Goldwater buttons from WiUiam Lunsford and James Parent go to any disillusioned fans . . . Penny Noe leaves her A ' s to Sue Roberts . . . Marjorie Dean leaves sticky typewriter keys . . . Margi Garjian leaves her locker to Wolfie. Does she mean that literally? . . . One crumpled crucible is awarded to Mr. Keliher from Carl Waal . . . Larry Tapper walks out the doors holding his chronically broken shoulder . . . Tom Botelho leaves his early morning urge for a cigarette to T.R. and B.A. . . . Peggy Danahy leaves her southern accent to " Mistuh " Coen . . . John Sullivan leaves science fair buttons to Mr. Vogel . . . Bonnie DeCapot leaves the Chemistry lab, laughing, hmm . . . Rick Woodward leaves all of Mr. Gregory ' s unused equipment for next years P.S.S.C. class . . . Dick Bowen leaves his jungle boots to Mr. Keliher (Mr. Keliher seems to be doing alright for himself in this will.) . . . Dave Lyons and Bill Howell bequeath all their scientific knowledge to Mr. Keliher . . . Karen DeVasto leaves her blood to Mr. Peirce (ugh) . . . There ' s a seaman amidst us — Deane Geddes leaves a locker way up in the " Boondocks " to someone who is able to do a lot of running . . . Bob Flynn has a locker combination that doesn ' t work. Anyone want it? . . . Joyce Kennedy leaves her well-used typing 82 erasers to Jean Stewart . . . Cynthia Walsh leaves Macbeth ' s three witches . . . Arthur Trofomovics leaves Mr. Nastasi the two sessions he owes him . . . John Clark leaves Robert Clark his safety glasses and shop coat . . . More locker trouble; Jim Crane leaves his locker that locks to someone with a key . . . Paul Crepeau and Timothy Smyth leave their shot guns to Jack Murphy. For hunting, I suppose . . . Another present for Mr. Keliher; a slightly used slide ruler from Paul Smedile . . . Great news for Mr. Hughes; Louise McFayden leaves him peace of mind . . . Carol Medeiros leaves her ride to school to Al Benson . . . Joe Pitta leaves his basketball uniform to anyone who ' ll take good care of it . . . Linda Barbato leaves still trying to sell patron ads. (So that all you lucky people can read this yearbook.) . . . John Falandys leaves 24 feet of rubber at the parking lot . . . Dixie Pushee leaves her gym socks to Mary Ann and Janice . . . Dana Clancy leaves a broken javelin to Joe Pires . . . Mrs. Hogg receives Sue Morency ' s broken fingernails . . . Also to Mrs. Hogg goes Debbie Doherty, the " Baby " of the senior gym class, from Val Crocetti . . . Mr. Lynch gets a new Achilles Tendon — a gift from Dana Corbett . . . Wayne Viega leaves without knowing why he came ... A package of pumpkin seeds travels from Brenda Kirwan to Joe Pires . . . Donna Drew, Susan Mears, Bud Crosby, James Walets- kas, Candy Tripp, Ron Valery, Rick Williams, and Kathy Lynch just plain leave . . . Betty Birtwhistle still is trying to decide what to leave . . . Even the states of New York and Arizone are going to hear from good old S.H.S.! Off to New York are Barbara Dean; Sue Drislane, Pat Lynch and Sue Clark . . . " Podner " Cathy Cohenno rides (horseback, maybe) to Arizona . . . Mike McLaughlin leaves all his sessions to Lynne. Ah, love. Well! Puff, Puff. There it is. Try and figure some of them out. We couldn ' t. We just print the facts. The names haven ' t been changed to protect the irmocent. Witnessed by, The Yearbook Editors 83 , w • B J . , , • • 1 , , «••» • • • " , Let me entertain you . Brother, no tips and I forgot my sup- port stocicings . . . □no Merrily we roll along ,, S«tl 0(»CY ooo« •SCflOOL BUS UNOA ' S BUS SErVik ; « • • • ; , , 4 C 4 « 4 V 1m !!SP ■ ' ■ " ♦444. ' . ' ,,4««»«««« ««««»««f 5f 5?I! S JIJ «44««« • !• ' » ••tf«tf44n351-( ' ,4««44««««« ««« ««« " »« f44444l UNDERCLASSMEN 1966 Kevin Duffy — President Leslie Anthony — Secretary Marie Dembrowsky — Vice-President William Lyttle — Treasurer 90 I Under the leadership of officers: President Kevin Duffy, Vice-President Marie Dembrowsky, Secretary Leslie Anthony, and Treasurer Bill Lyttle, the class of ' 66 enjoyed a successful Junior year. With the help of Mrs. Savicki, class adviser, the officers and executive committee directed the class in earning a great deal for the class treasury. " Campus Wolves, " stuffed animals chosen as the class project, proved to be very popular with the entire student body. Sales from this project increased the funds of the class greatly. Late in January, the class sponsored its first dance of the year, " The Wantell Wabble. " Like the project, the dance was very successful. Perhaps one of the biggest social events of the year, the Junior Prom, held in May, was a never-to-be-forgotten evening. The spirited Junior class also contributed the talents of its members to many of the athletic teams of S.H.S. The ' 65- ' 66 football season will be sparked by co-cap- tains Paul McEachron and Paul Mettler; basketball by co-captain Jake McShea. In addition, the class of ' 66 boasts several varsity cheerleaders as well as members of several musical and academic groups. With its excellent leadership and good spirit, the class of ' 66 will without a doubt make its Senior year successful. Best wishes to the Juniors from the class of ' 65. 92 The Sophomore class, sparked by the energetic lead- ership of officers: President Pete Silva, Vice-President Terry Clancy, Secretary Janice Polvinen. and Treas- urer Paul Homer, sought to compensate for its finan- cially unprofitable Freshman year. Due to lack of facil- ities at the high school level, the class was divided into two portions, one portion attending the High School, the other attending the Junior High. As a result, the class was unable to organize and consequently lost funds which might otherwise have been raised. With the help of the officers and executive commit- tee and the guidance of class adviser Mr. Tapper, the class was well on its way toward financial improve- ment. On Dec. 22 23, the Sophomores sponsored a profitable cake sale. Early in February the class held its first dance " Sophomore Shuffle. " Both activities helped to accumulate money for the treasury. The Sophomores also began to play a key role in the spirit of Stoughton High. Future promise is shown by such outstanding athletes as ' 65- ' 66 basketball co-cap- tain Pete Silva, as well as Barry Meade, Wes French, Al Jardin, Bill Powell, Pete Johnson, John Klim, and Dave Crean. all of whom play on the varsity football squad. Several members of the class also participate in junior varsity cheerleading and on the majorette squad. The class of " 65 wishes to extend best of luck to the class of " 66 for a profitable and enjoyable Junior year. 96 Unusually high class spirit and ingenuity mark the Class of " 68 as shown in their Pep Rally. In place of the usual cheering and singing, the class presented hu- morous skits titled: " That was the Game that Was, " ' " It ' s a Silly Game, " and " What a Game! What a Game! " The officers: President William Clark, Vice-Presi- dent Christine Whalen. Secretary Jeanne Dawe, and Treasurer Edward Lindelof led the class in many fund- raising activities. The freshmen sponsored a profitable Mothers ' Day Sweet Sale and the equally successful freshman dance held on April 30. The freshman teams showed great athletic promise by earning admirable records. The basketball team scored with eight wins and two losses, while the fresh- man football team earned four wins, one loss and one tie. The freshman year proved memorable for both the class and school. The class of " 65 hopes that their next three years will be as enjoyable. 100 Football 1st Row: F. Austin, G. Yailanes, D. Lindelof, Co-captain D. W. French, B. Meade, G. Norris, R. Jardin, M. Lacivita, J. Clancy, Co-captain P. Reilly, D. Frye, M. Crimmins, Coach Hickey. 3rd Row: P. Johnson, J. Klim, W. Thompson, W. R. Flanagan, Coach D. Sullivan. 2nd Row: H. Crosby, F. Hayes, J. Barney, P. Everett, M. Lochiatto, D. Crean, J. Gillespie, J. Pires, D. Clark, R. Bobigan, P. Mettler, J. Savicki, Fustolo, W. Powell, D. Meredith, P. Silva. Paced by co-captains Dana Qancy and Paul Reilly, the Black Knights wound up a successful season with seven wins and two losses. Opponents Stoughton 22 Revere 6 (won on technicality) 6 Foxboro 26 14 Newton South 20 18 Hingham 0 14 Boston Tech 12 0 Cardinal Spellman 14 14 Mansfield 18 6 Cambridge Latin 22 6 Canton 26 102 105 Basketball 1st Row: R. Gendreau, Captain J. Pitta. K. Duffy. J. Doheny. J. Fobes. 2nd Row: M. Reynolds. W. Lyttle. J. McShea. M. Crimmins. W. Oaks. R. Pratt Opponents 94 63 69 68 50 75 41 72 62 90 11 84 69 74 54 65 58 94 Easton Rockland King Philip Randolf Alumni Foxboro Canton Sharon Mansfield Easton Franklin Randolf King Philip Foxboro Canton Sharon Franklin Easton St ought on 70 58 56 67 62 47 68 40 72 59 65 75 61 58 68 39 64 70 Junior Varsity 106 ist Ruw: B. Snow, P. Lysko, R. Cavedon. 2iul Row: B. Yet- man, J. Sullivan, L. Tapper, B. Carvin, Mi D ' Ercole. The relatively newly organized tennis team is coached by Miss D ' Ercole. This year the team, headed by cap- tain, Bob Carvin, has as senior members: Larry Tap- per, Tom Smales, John Sullivan, Roger Cavedon, Bill Yetman. Showing constant improvement, the team looks forward to a good season in ' 65. Ill 113 Baseball 1st Row: R. Klund, F. Corriea, O. Moran, R. Willock, Fiore, F. Austin, J. Creeden, A. McCormick, W. Brooks, D. Frye, M. Crimmins, J. Doherty. 2nd Row: Coach R. Pratt, P. Everett, J. Panacy, J. Gusciora, R. Ramos. Under the leadership of Captain Dave Frye, the S.H.S. baseball team looks forward to a bright ' 65 sea- son with the help of senior members: Dave Frye, Mike Crimmins, Jay Doherty, John Guiciora, Richard Pratt, Floyd Austin. The team is coached by Mr. Fiore. Opponents Stoughlon 6 Franklin 4 2 Easton 6 8 Mansfield 3 4 Sharon 11 13 King PhiHp 9 5 Foxboro 3 3 Canton 2 6 Randolph 0 5 Franklin 2 0 Easton 5 6 Mansfield 5 6 Sharon 2 15 King Philip 8 2 Foxboro 8 0 Canton 1 7 Randolph 9 115 116 119 120 Captain " Rose " Cheerleaders 1st Row: A. Landolfi, P. Bannon, Captain Rose DiR usso, D. Kimtis, G. Lochiatto. 2nd Row: J. Anagnoston, N. French, N. Moriarty, S. Roberts, C. Calabrese. 121 123 124 1st Row: Dixie Pushee, Captain Regina Ryan, Mary Creeden, Suzanne Robicheau. 2nd Row: Elizabeth Madden, Sharon Baxter, Sandra Wilson, Lynn Botsch, Mrs. Hogg, coach. Girls ' Basketba The Varsity basketball team ended the ' 65 season with a rec- ord of 4 wins and 4 losses. The team, coached by Mrs. Hogg, has as its captain, Regina Ryan. Other senior members of the team are Dixie Pushee, Sue Robicheau, and Mary Creeden. Junior Varsity 125 Softball 1st Row: S. Robicheau, M. O ' Neill, S. Christopouloi, K. Noonan, L. Wilding, L. Smith, S. Moody. 2nd Row: Mrs. Hogg, coach; M. Taglieri, J. Polvinen, M. Cavanaugh, N. Kelly, E. Madden, K. Stewart, J. Dawson, C. Horne, G. O ' Connor, K. Olsiewski. Opponents Stoughton 21 King Philip 8 21 Foxboro 9 10 Canton 11 8 Franklin 23 12 Easton 8 6 Mansfield 18 14 Sharon 15 8 King Philip 3 16 Foxboro 0 127 How To Make a Yearbook 133 Semaphore EDITORS stJiiJiifiPHiiimxmiiiifi The Semaphore, Stoughton High SchooFs quarterly news publication, is under the direction of Mr. Frank Coen. In addition to publishing school news and edito- rial comments, the paper also provides a literary sec- tion for those who have talent in this field. The paper features such columns as the Roving Reporter, the Re- viewing Stand, and the popular Sportscript. Senior edi- tors are: Pat Whelan, editor-in-chief, and Andrea Dembrowsky, Linda Barbato, George Barnard, Joyce Kennedy, and Mary Creeden. Junior editors are: Kevin Duffy, Shirley Cohenno, Nancy Foster, Janice Anagnoston, and Karen Olziewski. 134 Dramatic Club Under the direction of Mr. Sumner Tapper, Stoughton High ' s Dramatic Club has completed its ninth year. Over 40 members, make this year ' s club the largest ever at S.H.S. The officers for the ' 64- ' 65 season in- cluded: President Karen Lemos, Vice-President Sue Manganis and Secretary Pat Whelan. The workshop production, which took place in December, contained a scene from a variety of great plays. The annual Dramatic Club play, " 12 Angry Jurors, " was a com- plete success, all participants doing a marvelous job. For the high school Dramatic Club competition, Mr. Tapper selected the play " A Cup of Tea. " THE THESPIAN SOCIETY— The Thespian Society has been reactivated, with the help of Mr. Tapper. Its members include Karen Lemos, Pat Whelan, and Sue Manganis. 135 Nationa Honor Society The Stoughton Chapter of the National Honor Society, under the direction of Mrs. Manchester, presently con- sists of about 43 members. Election to the Honor So- ciety in the Junior or Sophomore year is first con- sidered on the basis of high scholastic achievement. A minimum average of 88% is required for eligibility. Candidates are then judged on the basis of character, leadership, and school or community service. If se- lected for admission to the Stoughton Chapter, candi- dates are inducted at the annual April banquet. Mem- bers are expected to maintain the scholastic average which was the basis for their election. Officers for the year 1964- ' 65 are: President John Sullivan, Vice-Pres- ident Brenda Kirwan, Secretary Andrea Dembrowsky, and Treasurer George Barnard. Student Council The Student Council, under the direction of Mr. Carl- ton Cormier, has once again assumed a high level of importance at Stoughton High School. This year ' s Stu- dent Council with officers. Bob Zepf, president; Janice Anagnoston, vice-president; Sue Drislane, secretary; and Carmen Santoro, treasurer, participated in many activities, such as supervision of class elections, the Fall and Spring Student Council Conventions, and the Student Exchange Program. Once again the Student Council Christmas Basket Appeal proved highly suc- cessful. In addition, the Student Council sponsored the annual Alumni Game and Dance. Assuming an active roll in Stoughton High School life, the Student Council looks forward to years of growth and improvement. 136 Boys ' State Each year Massachusetts Boys ' State holds a week- long session at the University of Massachusetts cam- pus. This session is devoted to the study of state gov- ernment through a series of lectures, meetings, and actual practice. The boys set up a model state with towns, counties, and political parties. Through town meetings, party caucuses, and actual elections, the rep- resentatives learn the various phases of governmental procedure, both local and statewide. This year, Stoughton High School ' s representatives were Dana Clancy, George Barnard, Bill Thompson, and Paul Reilly. Alternates were Bob Carvin and John Sullivan. IBKiL ' nililfK ' IRifll I!! HlRllinO ' Tllffll Girls ' State mm ii Like Boys ' State, the objective of Massachusetts Girls ' State is to educate its members in the duties and privi- leges of citizenship. The session is held at the campus of Bridgewater State College under the auspices of the American Legion Auxiliary. This year ' s program was highlighted with a speech by Mrs. Endicott Peabody, wife of the former governor of Massachusetts. Girls ' State studies the rapidly changing role of women in government and politics and emphasizes the precious democracy which every responsible citizen must pro- tect. This year ' s delegate to Girls ' State was Brenda Kirwan; alternates: Patricia Whalen, Regina Ryan, Andrea Dembrowsky, Joyce Kennedy, and Mary Creeden. 137 V4 Band The Stoughton High School Band has completed a very successful second year under the direction of Mr. Donald LeGrow. In the fall, the band played at all the football games and participated in the pre-game rallies. The traditional Christmas concert was well received and like last year " Sleigh Ride " was very popular. This year was a very busy one for the band with the Spring Concert, the Exchange Concert with Maine in March, and graduation. This year Mr. LeGrow introduced the Alumni Concert with many former band members. The officers for this year were, President George Blum; Vice-President Joseph Mason; Secretary Madeline Ball; Librarian Paul Lanza; and Sergeant at Arms George Murphy. 138 Chorus Under the direction of Mr. Donald LeGrow, the Stoughton High School chorus is rapidly acquiring recognition as a competent amateur vocal group. This year the chorus sent several representatives to the Southeastern Mass. District festival and also the Southeastern Mass. Band Masters " Assc. music festival. The chorus, in conjunction with the High School Band and Junior High School Chorus, presented the annual Christmas Concert as well as a highly successful Spring Concert. With the advent of new music facilities, the chorus looks ahead to years of growth and increased membership. 139 Math Competition Club The Math Competition Club, under Mr. Nastasi ' s di- rection, seeks to promote the interest of students in the field of mathematics. The club is a team which com- petes with teams from other schools in the Eastern Massachusetts district. Math competition is held about four times a year at various schools; Braintree, Brock- ton, Bishop Stang, Thayer Academy, Howard School, and Weymouth among them. There are four divisions in competition: arithmetic, geometry, Algebra I and Algebra II. Algebra II is subdivided into trigonometry and second year algebra. When not in competition, the club members compete with one another. Rifle Club Under the supervision of Mr. Robert L. Lynch, the Stoughton High School Rifle Club meets weekly at the Stoughton Fish and Game Association ' s rifle range. A member of the National Rifle Association, the club seeks to teach its members the fundamentals of riflery. The safe handling of rifles is stressed with the aid of pamphlets donated by the National Rifle Association and by 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 competi- tion will include more participants. Officers for the 1964- ' 65 season are Ken Gusciora, president, and Dave Taylor, secretary and treasurer 140 Audio-Visual Aids Club A club which provides enjoyment for its members as well as public service, the Audio- Visual Aids Club is under the supervision of Mr. McGeough. The members of the club are thoroughly familiarized with the han- dling of equipment such as projectors, tape recorders and record players. They provide valuable assistance to teachers in setting up and showing movies, films, etc. This year ' s membership includes: Joe Pitta, Bob Quartarone, Carl Andreson, Paul Doody, John Clark, and Phillip Techeira. • - - Photography Club Often seen toting rather elaborate cameras and other equipment characteristic of the photographer, members of the Photography Club are a familiar sight to the students of Stoughton High. From the first snap of the shutter to the final printing of the developed picture, the students, under the direction of Mr. Maioli, learn and put to practical use the principles of photography. The club provides both working experience in photo- graphic technique and enjoyment for its members. 141 Monitors The Monitors ' Club is one of the most active clubs at S.H.S. An asset to both faculty and student body, the club ' s main functions are to control traffic in the halls and on the stairways, to supervise the cafeteria lunches, and to bring forth students disobeying school rules. The success of the club belongs largely to advisor Mr. Antonellis and officers Ed Gomes, president, Joe DeCastro vice-president, and Dave Turner, secretary and treasurer. The membership of the club is drawn from Industrial Arts students and is contingent upon obedience to both school and club regulations. Expanding in both size and efficiency, the club will be a beneficial addition to Stoughton High for many years to come. 142 Industrial Arts Society The Industrial Arts Society, one of the largest and most popular clubs at Stoughton High, draws its membership entirely from students enrolled in the in- dustrial arts course. The advisor is Mr. Antonellis; the officers are Ed Gomes, president; Joe DeCastro, vice-president; John Kane, secretary; Dave Turner, treas- urer. The Society sponsors the annual Shop Hop, operates a rent-a-tool system, and plans several field trips each year. This year as previous years suggests that the Industrial Arts Society will remain a popular club at S.H.S. 143 I Library Assistants The students who spend their study periods, mornings, and afternoons as Hbrary assistants do innumerable jobs for Miss Simmons. The pupils not only take the attendance, check passes, and check out books but al- so help with the mechanics of Hbrary operation. They check off bills, record the new books, file the cards, and also assist other students. The students currently assisting Miss Simmons are: Sally Lockwood, William Clinton, Susan Mears, Roger Hall, and Robert Mutascio. Guidance Assistants For the fifth consecutive year, students 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 appointment slips, keeping catalogs and brochures in order, and assisting students when possible. The guidance assistants are: Janice Anagnostan, Elizabeth Madan. Mary Creeden. and Mary Case. 144 COMPLIMENTS OF BLACKWELL STUDIO " YOUR CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER " 23 WYMAN ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 145 BEST WISHES Your Caterpillar Dealer MACHINERY CO. INC. Main Office Exit 56 W. Route 128, Needham Hts., Mass. Branch 394 Liberty St., Springfield, Mass. Marine Branch 126 Front St., New Bedford, Mass. 146 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1965 FROM STOUGHTON ASSEMBLY 91 ORDER OF THE RAINBOW FOR GIRLS BEST WISHES to the Class of 1965 Compliments of SIAAONDS CHEVROLET INCORPORATED Your Local Chevrolet dealer Since 1928 287 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-4063 COMPLIMENTS of a FRIEND 147 BEST OF LUCK BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABORATORIES INC. 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EASTON STEAK HOUSE formerly Bruno ' s For the Best in Dining Music by Michael Vocals by Phyllis Manning Dancing Friday, Saturday Nites Route 138 Easton CE8-2022 BEST WISHES from the PILGRIM OIL CO. Compliments of FOSTER ' S ESSO STATIONS Stoughton-Canton Mass. Compliments of TWIN-KEE RAINWEAR Park St. Stoughton Mass. 15 1 BEST WISHES FROM CHARLES C. AHERN Jeweler-Optician Watchman Tel. 344-5323 7A Pearl St. Stoughton Compliments of ROBERT C. HAHN Compliments of McCORMICK BROS. HEATING-COOLING Tel. 344-4322 99 Drake Ave. Stoughton, Mass. JAMES B. COTTER Funeral Home Inc. 39 Grove Street 344-3103 Congratulations From OSCAR ST. GERMAINE REAL ESTATE 344-2124 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1965 EAGER REALTY Compliments of CATHERINE ' S BEAUTY SALON 1941 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-2579 Compliments of DOROTHY JEANS BAKERY two conveniently located stores 69 Canton St. 344-2991 417 Washington St. 344-2994 1 52 Compliments of STOUGHTON HARDWARE CO. Compliments of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. Congratulations from F. C. PHILLIPS, INC. Stoughton, Mass. World ' s Largest Manufacturers of Athletic Spikes Compliments of NARDOZZI ' S REXALL PHARMACIES BEST WISHES SKIENDIEL DELICATESSEN " Cobb ' s Corner " Compliments of CANTON LANES, INC. NOROLK LUMBER, INC. Building Materials 43 Canton St. Stoughton 344-2741 GAY THE FLORIST Complete Floral Service 344-2812 399 Pleasant St. Stoughton 1 53 Compliments of GERMAINE ' S FASHION SHOP 12 Wyman St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-4670 Compliments of COLONIAL HARDWARE Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1965 FARLEY FUNERAL HOME JAY W. FARLEY Director 123 Walnut St. 344-2676 STOUGHTON TRADING POST 1262 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. BILL DIBBERN Modern and Antique Firearms FRANCIS T. CRIMMINS REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE 94 PORTER ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. THE SEMAPHORE EDITORS PAT ANDY GEORGE LINDA JOYCE KAREN KEVIN JANICE NANCY SHIRLEY BANK TERMS 1305 Washington St. stoughton. mass. HUGGARD-EWING SELECTED CARS Tel. FI 4-3120 STAN. HUGGARD SINCERE WISHES WYMAN JEWELERS C ERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 154 POLILLIO BROS., INC. Contractors Sand Gravel — Excavating — Loam 2121 Central Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Tel. 344-2783 Tel. 828-0526 Compliments of STOUGHTON SPORTS CENTER 344-3321 BOMHARD BROS. Auto Electric CANTON LOBSTER CO. OPEN YEAR ROUND 828-9455 957 Turnpike St. Canton Compliments of BOB ' S MARKET 295 Park St. Open 8 A.M. - 11 A.M. Mon. Sat. 1 LARGEST PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SERVING STOUGHTON JU 7-7710 LOUIE ' S BARBER SHOP CASSIDY LEE, INC. RT. 138 DIAL 828-4300 CANTON CHARLIE ' S SUNOCO 420 Park St. Stoughton Compliments of LEON ' S Rte. 138 Stoughton SWEETMAN ' S SERVICE STATION South Main St. Sharon, Mass. Compliments of JOE ' S GULF Joe Gomes, Proprietor 155 Compliments of VETERAN ' S TAXI 21 Monk Street Stoughton, Mass. Tel. 344-4280 CRANE CONSTRUCTION CO. 344-4416 Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of LEONARD ' S RESTAURANT BEST WISHES To the Class of 1965 CLIFF ' S T.V. SERVICE Your motorola dealer 733 Washington St., Stoughton, Mass. Ward Clifford, Proprietor PROFESSIONAL PATRONS A. William Buckley, Jr. John C. Webster, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Burton Gerson Dr. Marshall J. Brickell Dr. William Lloyd Manuel A. Costa Dr. and Mrs. Harris F. Holstein Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Woodward Dr. Rawley Hansen Louis W. McDonough Reverend Thomas Wilkenson 156 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wereska Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. John Goff Barbara, Terry, Marlene, Jane, Lynnette Mr. and Mrs. George Zeph Mr. Donald C. Legrow Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. McGeough James Bond Linda and Rick Tom and Marlene Town Spa Fran Mar The Theriaults Brian McLaughlin Miss Natalie Lanigan Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Welsh Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kinsella Mr. and Mrs. George E. Greene Adele American Biltrite Rubber Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Borgeson, Sr. Barbara Hammel Joe ' s Esso Station Frank L. Olsen Mr. and Mrs. David Benjamin Miss Barbara Kane Chester H. 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Richmond Miss Katherine Corcoran Mr. Nessar Mr. Potoczak Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manchester Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L Prior Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Kilgoar A Friend Samuel F. Grego ry Jimmy and Elaine ' 65 Mr. and Mrs. George F. Witter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drislane Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Dykeman Mr. and Mrs. George Harding Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holmes and family Miss Rita V. Lavallee Mr. Edward M. Cabral Mr. Peter N. Keliher F. E. Maioli Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Cormier Mr. and Mrs. Sumner B. Tapper Mr. and Mrs. Reno Nastasi Mr. Peter Wallen Mr. Francis Devine Mr. Richard Hart Mr. Anthony Sano Mr. Richard Sergi Mr. and Mrs. William A. Savicki Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Silva Miss Barbara Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hansen Mr. Murray Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ruggiero Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stewart Joan Lingley, Peggy Phillips, Susan McKim, Mary Sperandio, David Silva, John Korsun Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waal Johnny ' s Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dembrowsky Swan Cleaners Vincent Smedile The Bandits Plus Two Mr. and Mrs. Earle Snow Mrs. Marguerite Butterall Mr. and Mrs. C. Barbato Mr. Twomey The P.S.S.C. Boys and Andrea M + M Variety Store The High School Office Secretaries Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Whelan and Priscilla Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Ward I. Clifford Mr. Norman Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Antonio LaCivita Mr. and Mrs. William Dyke 157
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