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

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Stotonian 1967 If m ■ . unshine through a window . . . rise and shine . . . migration to the happy learning grounds . . . convoy of yellow steel tanks . . . armed and ready ... a new day. dMs qMs omeroom . tion to the notices . IV . . . vocabulary crunch, crackle . . Christian Soldiers . . . " S.A.M. Approach " . . cat? . . . warning bells meditation . . . atten- a test!? . . . English . onomatopoeia . . . snooze . . . Onward physics is fun! . . . . has anybody seen my . problems, prob- lems, problems . . . inflation, depression, com- munism . . . notes . . . snooze . . . more notes . . . id you say lunch? . . . four to a table . . . end of the line . . . does it look edible? . . . how about knives? . . . potato chips . . . chocolate milk . . . 6th graders first . . . Sen- iority? . . . indigestion. tudy in the library . . . quiet! . . . lockers and late passes . . . Latin . . . odes and epigrams . . . French . . . C ' est la vie . . . Spanish . . . Si senor! . . , trig identities to wrestle with . . . typing . . . fingernails . . . hard wood finish . . . finish? . . . crooked hemlines . . . buying and selling. I ' 1 9 Dedication PETER J. SPERANDIO The class of 1967 is proud to dedicate this Stotonian to Mr. Peter J. Sperandio. Faced with the challenge of leading a new and larger student body, Mr. Sperandio has been a capable and fairminded principal. Under his leadership Stoughton High School has progressed to new and exciting adventures in learning and growing. We the students wish to express our gratitude for his guidance and friendship during the past year. 10 In Memoriam JOSEPH T. MONAHAN A flicker of light . . . Icnowledge ... a future . . . . . . verbs, nouns, e.e. cummings . . . Joe . . . English . . . to diagram a sentence . . . simple, compound, complex . . . poems, short stories, novels ... a smile . . . understanding ... a friend . . . dedication . . . a flicker of light . . . just a flicker. 11 Contents They have guided us through the maze o learning and have delivered us to the opening doors of our lives. Now we pass . . . prepared to meet the challenges of tomorrow . . .and we are grateful. School Committee Left to right: Thomas J. Whalen, Joseph H. Gibbons, Appleton C. Woodward, M.D., Chairman, John McGillicuddy, Christine L. Hahn, Francis E. Winslow, Thomas A. Recupero. TO THE CLASS OF 1967: The School Committee extends its congratulations to you upon your graduation from Stoughton High School. The adult world into which you are stepping may ap- pear like a gigantic jigsaw puzzle of economic confusion, uncertain peace, and upheaval in an ecumenical society whose pieces must be put together to maintain your direction in life. But doubt and confusion will fall away, if you think positively and create your own philosophy of life. Do not despair — the piec es will fall into a pattern, with a basic plan of reason and purposeful direction to guide you through the maze of travelled and untravelled routes to a satisfying and useful life. We sincerely hope your years in the Stoughton Schools have given you the impetus to begin. A. C. Woodward, M.D. 13 Assistant Principal Assistants ARTHUR L. PENARDI TO THE CLASS OF 1967: Commencement is a time for joy in accomplishment; it is also a time for consideration of the future. As each of you determines the goals you will pursue, our earnest hope is that you will be guided by a commit- ment to values and inspired by a desire to excel. Further, in your continuing pursuit of knowledge and under- standing, may you come to realize that one of the won- ders of both is that there is no end to either. Congratulations to each of you and best wishes for the future. Sincerely yours, Robert J. McLaughlin 17 THE CLASS OF 1967 Our most successful leaders of the past have had a wide variety of personalities and professional knowl- edge, but the one fundamental quality they possessed was solid moral character. Right actions are based on the moral principles that made us the greatest nation ever known to man. These principles are the foundation of our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution. In the final analysis it is on moral principles that we are judged by others and judge ourselves. In the immediate future your generation will have to assume the responsibility of leadership and decision. I am confident that you will accept this challenge and carry on in the splendid tradition that has become your legacy. I extend my best wishes to each of you for your success and happiness. Arthur L. Penardi Assistant Principal ROBERT J. McLaughlin Guidance ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE To the Class of 1967: Education in America is quite different from what is called education in a dictatorship. American education does not have " instant " answers for every question. It encourages evaluation by the individual and an assessment of one ' s personal values and the values of society. In American education, the teacher is a guide and a friend: the student is encouraged toward independent thinking. The faculty of Stoughton High School have attempted to prepare you for your responsible role as a citizen in our country at a very critical time. Our best wishes go with you. We know that you will discharge your responsibili- ties faithfully and with understanding. Sincerely, ft Albert C. Williamson Director of Guidance 18 Counselors MR. AALPOEL Quiet and easygoing ... al- ways a pleasant smile . . . great interest in his students . . . " Homework isn ' t for teachers; it ' s for students. " . . . hunting, fishing, basketball. MR. BOUSHELL " Keep your eyes on the copy " . . . demanding . . . enjoys hunting, fishing, boating , . . dislikes silly students. MR. ALLMAN " Quiet down, that ' s enough " . . . water sports, photography and " cornering the market " . . . dislikes silly girls . . . tol- erant and impassive. MR. BERRY A " topshelf " Latin teacher . . . shades of Cicero . . . Gallia in tres partes divisa est . . . army buddies and J. C. (Julius Cae- sar?) . . . " File 13. " MISS AMBORN " Miss Congeniality " ... an individualist . . . pink, sketch- ing, horseback riding, antiquing , . . " I beg to differ " . . , en- joys teaching the seniors. MR. CABRAL His first Trig class — what did he do to get Frank again? . . . working with his shoes off . . . " Would you like to bet your money on that? " ... six of one, half dozen of the other. MR. CARLINO General Business . . dressed and serious . . sports . . . memories of the state baseball finals. enjoys MISS CARUSO Sugar ' n spice ' n everything nice . . . charm and femininity . . . English . . . indescribably delicious. 20 MISS CASTANO Original and buoyant ... a warm smile for all ... " What ' s your problem? " . . . enthusiasm for the student body . . . sewing and sports. MR. DALY Problems, problems, problems . . . found keeping the driver education students from crash- ing into telephone poles . . . softspoken individual . . . " Watch out for that car! " S3 0 MR. COEN English-pun style . . . found correcting essays . . . will al- ways remember the announce- ments and days everyone did home work . . . Semaphore meetings with no one there . . . reading short stories and poetry. I MISS CORCORAN A pretty package wrapped in sophistication and femininity . . . sailing, Spanish, politics, travel ... a real hip English teacher . . . " Why not? " MR. CORMIER " Problems with punch " . . . " don ' t tell my wife " . . . thinks seniors are very co- operative . . . student council advisor . . . remembers the growth of the school in the past ten years . . . going to the beach during the summer. MISS DINERMAN pP " Petite and perky . . . painting, writing, music, graphology . . . found teaching students the complexities of grammar, prose and poetry. MISS DOHERTY " Hurrah for Business Ed. " . . . a procrastinator who enjoys contract bridge, reading, base- ball, gardening, piano . . . " Proofread! Use the diction- ary! " . . . " We get too soon old and too late smart. " MISS DONOVAN Up in the boondocks . . . teaching the freshmen . . . grammar, verbs, adverbial ob- jectives (?), Poe, Shakespeare . . . first year at SHS. 21 1 MISS DORSE Y " It ' s all over " . . . skating, swimming, photography . . . " Vegetable " students . . . sen- iors make a prize homeroom — Thank God! . . . serenity and sophistication. MR. FINN " Cool it " . . . determined, ded- icated, efficient ... pet peeve is seniors . . . generosity at its fullest. MR. EDMONSTON " History wouldn ' t repeat itself if people would only listen " . . . basketball, music and Chinese food . . . thinks the senior class is exceptional. MR. FITZMAURICE ' He who cries last gets hit " . . . in English? . . . tennis and golf ... pet peeve is stu- dents . . . feels the seniors are the best of the crop. MR. EDNEY Practical science ... Is the moon really made of green cheese? . . . " unfair " to seniors . . . tricky experiments one after another. MR. FLANAGAN " Coach " . . . football and his- tory ... 29 roll right . . . raising a girls ' basketball team . . . " A winner never quits; a quitter never wins. " MRS. FALK Business education . . . typing, stenography, shorthand, office machines . . . training our fu- ture secretaries. MR. GALANTE " You hot spook " . . . remem- bers lively D period . . . an- noyed by " Sunday " drivers . . . music, bowling and math, math, math. 22 MISS GASPAROTTO A gift for languages ... a friendly smile . . . French among others . . . conjugating those irregular verbs. MISS GIBBONS Industrious and ambitious . . . drama, reading and music . . . " Blyth ' s Spirit " . . . found scurrying between the Junior High and SHS. tROMACNETrC RADi , MR. GRAHAM Physical education ... a sound body . . . loud! . . . tardiness . . . will always re- member Joe Fires ' javelin championship. MISS GOLD Agreeable . . . tennis, skiing, playing guitar . . . Sophomore English . . . vocabulary, prose and poetry. MR. HART Curiosity and a thirst for knowledge . . . spends his spare time power boating . . . annoyed by students who sleep in class, warm rooms and dust- less chalk . . . gives " Good luck " to the seniors. t2 MR. GREGORY " P-H-Y-S-I-C-S is fun " even for girls . . . Oh, those labs! . . . ripple tanks and spectro- scopes . . . our amiable science director. MR. HEALY Dedicated and determined " Agricola, agricolae " football, skating and rifles sincere and soft-spoken. 23 MRS. HOGG Alert and alive — full of fun . . . exercise, exercise and more exercise . . . " Mother " will always remember her first senior class trip with those " darling little urchins. " MR. HOLBERT " Lab period is not a fun period " . . . Chemistry, tennis and basketball . . . athletic . . . thinks seniors are more intelligent than juniors . . . belts, belts, belts . . . qualita- tive analysis. MR. LA VELLE Debonair, witty and a bit fan- tastic ... no chaise lounge for lunch supervisors . . . " What a pity! " . . . tennis, swimming and golf . . . " professeur de fransais. " MR. HUGHES An essay a day? . . . frank and brutal — never! . . . " Where ' s your book? " . . . " Be creative; use your imagination " ... di- recting the English department. MR. LE GROW A " with-it " music man . . . " Camelot " and the exchange concert with South Berwick, Maine . . . thinks the senior class is one of the best . . . upset by students who plan too many activities (music always last). MR. JARDIN Easy-going . . . witty ' s the word . . . politics, foreign affairs and economics — that ' s what Problems are made of . . . football coach. MR. C. LYNCH Overwhelming . . . strong dis- cipline . . . remembers the Hockomock track champion- ships . . . pet peeve — Mr. Peirce. MISS LAVALLEE " Une petite, jolie madmoiselle " foreign language director . . . summers at the Sorbonne . . . " You may talk in my class, but only in French. " . . . prefers teaching upperclassmen. MR. R. LYNCH A critical mind . . . truth from falsehood; half-truth from truth . . . " Why don ' t you do a little research on that? " 24 MR. LYONS " Rocky Lyonardo " . . . min- eral and rock studies . . . talk- ing in class . . . " blabber- mouth " . . . " Specific gravity determinations must be within .02 " . . . " Earth-science re- ports are due Monday " . . . surprise tests. MR. MacEACHERN Pleasant to work with . . . sportsminded ... a little more work . . . football . . . getting up in the morning . . . " Quiet. " MISS MacINTYRE " Merry Xmas " . . . swimming, sewing . . . pet peeve — stu- dents who are late for class . . . Chefs ' Club advisor . . . thinks the senior boys are good cooks. MR. McCarthy " All right " . . . music, sports, history . . . drivers who pass on the right ... a relative of Charlie ' s? MR. MAIOLI " Busy! " . . . enjoys photog- raphy . . . boating, music and traveling . . . thinks the sen- iors have a great potential . . . Business advisor of the year- book. MR. McGEOUGH Industrial arts director . . . football . . . found in D207 . . . teaching the boys who are all thumbs. MISS MINEHAN " First day at SHS " . . . out-of- doors and contemporary poetry . . . likes SHS . . . found drinking coffee in the teachers ' room . . . camera-shy. 25 MISS MOORE " That is to say " . . . music, theatre, swimming, reading . . . pet peeve is impolite stu- dents . . . English, grammar, rhetoric. MR. MURPHY ' " Let ' s get to work " . . . shop drawing . . . " Get those draw- ings out " . . . sports enthusiast . . . " seniors are cooperative; quite a change. " MR. NASSISE A chemist who enjoys sports, music and the theatre . . . " Put your goggles on " . . . broken test tubes, unlightable Bunsen burners — frustrations of a chemistr teacher. MR. NASTASI ' Holy Polynomial " . . . here comes our brilliant tennis coach . . . Tell us coach, what do you think of our senior class? . . . S! ' S!!$ . . . Thank you. Mr. N. — Good luck to vou, too. MR. NESSAR Woodshop . . . inconsistent . . . remembers his associa- tions with the SHS faculty . . . wood shavings, useless shelves and lovely(?) coffee tables. MISS O HEARN " Cool it troops " . . . " Get se- rious " . . . witty and easy to get along with . . . " different " . . . " Problems can be fun. " MR. O KEEFE " Seniors are different " . . . " All right, let ' s get down to business " . . . will always re- member C period seniors . . . Oh those yearbook deadlines! . . . any relation to Specs? 26 MRS. OSTRANDER Art teacher with a flair for creativity . . . avocado green . . . painting, sewing, playing piano and guitar . . . spilled India ink . . . misses not hav- ing the seniors in homeroom. MR. PIERCE Tuesday morning at the movies . . . medical reports, cats, and notebooks . . . for $5000 and a free trip to Bridgewater . . . cheese and crackers ... he knows! MISS PRATTI Chlorophyll green . . . read- ing, knitting, skiing, swimming, skating . . . " Better luck next time " . . . escaping hamsters. MRS. RICHMOND " Why? " . . . " younger genera- tion " booster . . . teaching, teenagers and cocker spaniels ... " Think! " ... gum chewers . . . helpful, under- standing and gentle. MRS. PROPHETT Chief cook and seamstress . . . dirty dishes, crooked seams, burnt cookies — frustrations of a home economist . . . major- ettes advisor . . . Can she twirl? Only our majorettes know for sure. MR. RINGUETTE J.V. basketball . . . " Coach " ... an Allie Sherman look- alike . . . Industrial Arts for- ever! MR. SAMARA Print shop . . . extra curricular activities down there? . . . " Let ' s go " ... a sportsminded car enthusiast. 27 MRS. SAVICKI " Think " . . . blue, music and reading . . . Honor Society ad- visor . . . people who say " ya " . . . mathematics. MR. SARNO " A million laughs " ... a firm hand . . . one of the " unfor- gettables " . . . golf with Mr. P . . . " Think " ... his humor and dynamic personality are unbeatable. MRS. SHEA " You idiot children " . . . Who skipped showers? ... a flash on the courts . . . " You have a personal problem? " ... a blushing bride. 1 ' MR. SCHENSNOL Industrial Arts . . . unruly stu- dents . . . electronics . . . ohms, amperes, volts and bolts. MR. SILVA " Viva Mexico " . . . " Ay, Carumba, tengo una clase de tontos " . . . full of surprises . . . Spanish culture . . . fun and games . . . comprabaci- ones! MRS. SPROUL Home Economics . . . " Eat it, it ' s good for you " . . . exotic recipes in the kitchen . . . zip- pers that go in backwards . . . our patient overseer. MR. STOTT " D.S. " . . . " contrary to com- mon belief, man is not a think- ing animal; he is a feeling ani- mal " . . . clogged sinks . . . lighting boards like Turkish baths . . . " Love Rides the Rails " . . . " Run, do not walk to your nearest friendly home- room. " 28 MR. SULLIVAN Unruffled, easy-going and sharp . . . thinks the class of ' 67 is the best all-round class . . . musical comedies, reading, sports . . . students who don ' t support their class . . . lack of school spirit . . . talented and witty. MR. VOGEL " Knarf Legov " . . . mathemat- ical genius . . . likes all-boy classes . . . " What happened to the Giants? " . . . our math di- rector. MR. TAPPER Found going to the theatre or working with the students . . . sports . . . dislikes girls who don ' t act like young ladies . . . our class advisor . . . consider- ate and friendly. MR. TWOMEY " Tuck, " our athletic director . . . history come alive . . . his own monogrammed lectern ... a man ' s best friend is his pipe . . . " Where ' s my brief- case? " MISS WILLIAMS A former SHS student . . . funloving, friendly . . . sports, reading, music, and dancing . . . " Keep quiet " . . . shoes and rice. MR. WILLIS " Work, work, work " ... jo- vial and understanding ... to the land of imagination and back in Art . . . Have brush will travel . . . theatre and plays. 29 MR. MURRAY Reading Consultant MRS. CRUMBLEY, Secretary Will Mr. Sperandio please re- port to the office? ... the following have messages . . . mimeographing your life away . . . habitual late arrivals, tru- ancies, sessions . . . your atten- tion please! MR. McDERMOTT, Librarian In stacks of knowledge . . . anthologies, dictionaries, ency- clopedias . . . overdues, over- dues, overdues . . . helping stu- dents find just the right books. MRS. CROFT, Secretary MRS. VOGEL, Nurse Roll up your sleeve . . . does the line go thru the house? . . . bandaids, aspirin, iodine . . . sorry, no temperature. MISS LITTLEFIELD. Secretary 30 Mr. Cowgill Mr. O ' Donnell Mr. Gay Green snowflakes . . . brooms brooms, brooms . . . bus drivers, dance chaparones, traffic directors, snow shovelers . . . on duty round the clock . . . our faithful custodians. 31 PETER J. SILVA Mr. President . . . found on the practice field . . . " Ask me if I care " . . . remembers the ' 66 baseball season . . . Can- ton games . . . " Say man " . . . dislikes getting up in the morn- ing ... a winner . . . teaching phys. ed. OFFICERS DENISE UNDA " Nisi " ... a bundle of energy . . . infectious giggle ... in the " Hook " . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . Strange . . . " Toodles! " . . . our VIP VP . . . found with a basketball star. JANICE M. POLVINEN " Jan " . . . our busy head ma- jorette . . . sewing, sports, blue . . . really? . . . found practicing sports ... or coach- ing STOYAC ... a great ath- lete ... a great girl ... to be a gym teacher . . . unani- mously our secretary. GERALD J. AHERN ■ Gerry " . . . sincere, loyal and thoughtful . . . remembers Mr. M " s chem final . . . finds " people who finish homework at home " exasperating . . . loves water skiing and swim- ming ... to be an engineer. MURIEL D. ALLEN " Muriel " . . . carefree and am- bitious . . . " oh brother " . . . has fond memories of SHS ral- lies . . . " Ballad of the Green Berets " . . . likes outdoor sports . . . aspires to a secre- tarial career RICHARD E. AMATI Rick . . . green ... the quiet type, but — . . . found down Bolton ' s house . . . zest for school verifies ambition of get- ting through senior year MARY A. ANDRUCHOW Vivacious and sophisticated . . . pink . . . " House of the Rising Sun " . . . Spaghetti Supper party ... be serious! . . . backstage with Chris and Clare . . . will be a fine teacher DONNA M. ARCHIBALD Archie, our favorite new dis- covery ... a future phys. ed. teacher, she can usually be found in the gym . . . " would you believd? " she remembers her first day at SHS (this year). . . sports and stamp collecting. SHIRLEY R. ATLAS Our girl Shirl . . . dusting the endless shelves at the 5 10 . . . " You ' re kiddingi " ... re- members stenography timings and gym classes . . . " really? " . . . found with a certain spe- cial boy. 34 NANCY J. BARROS " Mousey " . . . always hungry . . . found at Noreen ' s dancing . . . fond memories of a cer- tain science class . . . hates school and getting up . . . " So what else is new? " RAYSHELLE F. BEATON Shelly . . . synonymous with ice cream . . . loves cheering for the boys . . . remembers almost getting a ticket while on the road with Mr. Devine. ALFRED E. BENSON " Al " . . . beaming with person- al i t y , happy-go-lucky . . . found on the golf course . . . " a little cute " . . . will never forget tearing his pants in sales . . . hates homework . . . " A Million to One " CYNTHIA J. BENSON " Cindy " . . . fun-loving . . . found downtown . . . enjoys guitar playing, dancing, and a certain Canton boy . . . fond (?) memories of side-swiping a car in driver-ed ... a future fashion model. HENRY F. BINDBEUTEL Bim . . . dry sense of humor . . . Theme From a Summer Place . . . and Crazy Day ' 64 . . . Mother of Zeus . . . roams around Stoton at 3 A.M. ... on foot!!! DONALD J. BLACK Don . . . that certain some- thing . . . English Leather . . . found in a Rambler . . . " Walk Away Rene " MADELYN T. BOHNENBERGER " Mad " . . . found at Anton ' s . . . remembers Typing II . . . ambition is to graduate from SHS . . . horseback riding and swimming . . . " Who ' s driving, me or you? " DIANE L. BOMHARD " Dee Dee " . . . independent individualist . . . magnetic per- sonality . . . flair for writing and dancing . . . the Barbar- ians and Emerson . . . " How ' bout that? " 36 r I, JAMES M. BUSHLOW Bush ... in a blue Chevy convertible ... an extravagant wardrobe ... and black leather . . . individuality WILLIAM A. BUTKEVICH Bucky . . . found on the li- brary steps (never inside). . . you just wait! . . . " The House of the Rising Sun " . . . " Antic Spring " 38 DOROTHY J. CARBONE " Dotti " . . . laughing, dancing, swimming . . . found working with pictures . . . " Let Me Tell You Babe " . . . pizza and subs rank high with this future homemaker. CARRARA sincere and found in J. J. . " you retard! " skiing, shaving EDWARD " Eddie " . . friendly . . . Newberry ' s . . . . enjoys cream fights and spaghetti . . . " Sunshine Superman " . . . dis- likes women drivers and French III . . . to be a doctor . . . forgetful but will not be forgotten FRANCIS X. CARROLL Good sport and quick smile . . . " Shout " . . . green . . . Stoughton-Canton football game . . . " Frank ' s " ambition is to work for the F.B.I. . . . playing drums, water skiing, . . . Armory dances JO ANN M. CARUSO " What ya say? " . . . blue, " Cherish " and a certain Brock- ton High Senior . . . can be found at Sprague ' s ... a fu- ture in the I.B.M. field BRIAN E. CASSIDY " Casey " hopes to make a mil- lion . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . " Cherish " . . . cars and blue found at Roxies . . thanks for asking. " . . can be " No, but ELEANOR CASTALDI " Elena " . . . partial to read- ing, writing, and talking . . . " You ' re Kidding !! " . . , " Spanish Eyes " . . . will al- ways remember physiology labs . . . hopes to be successful 39 JOHN M. CASTRO Soccer, football, and flirting with girls . . . " Seriously Man! " . . . will never forget Miss A ' s English class ... a future Aeronautical Engineer . . . serious but friendly RICHARD D. CHA fDLER " Hey there! " . . . hardworking and intelligent ... a sure suc- cess as an engineer . . . " Rick " . . . remembers Chem- istry class . . . red, sports, and bowling EDWARD A. CHESTNUT Easy going and reliable . . . partial to S.H.S. colors . . . a sports fan but as for the visiting opposing team, " Why come? " when " Eddie " is in there playing CHRISTINE CHEVERIE " Chris " . . . easy going and good natured . . . blue, ice skating, and boys . . . " Black is Black " ... " I don ' t believe ya! " . . . found at Ronnie ' s ... a future secretary 40 41 EDMUND V. CREAN " Big Ed " . . . " Smile, kid, smile " . . . blue, tennis and bowling . . . " Cherish " memo- ries of math with Mr. V. (?) and T. J. W III . . . quiet and cheerful . . . hopes to become a chemistry teacher. JOYCE A. CRUMBLEY Joyce . . . friendly and cheer- ful ... where the action is . . . tennis and boys . . . talk- ing on the phone with Lin . . . the car wash and taking notes in Miss O ' Hearn ' s class JANE DANAHY " Jane " . . . vibrant personality . . . will never be without friends . . . found in the ad- vertising dept. of Morse Shoe . . . talkative ... " A little you ' re cute " . . . " Hurrah for Hazel " . . . wants to be suc- cessful and will be. JOAN E. DAWSON " Joni " can be found anywhere . . . cranberry and skiing . . . remembers cleaning the girls ' locker room . . . " Wouldn ' t it be Nice? " . . . " Are you kid- din ' " ... Phys. Ed. or a ca- reer as an airlines stewardess are in " Joni ' s " future. DEBORAH J. DOHERTY " Debbie " ... an understand- ing friend ... " I wouldn ' t dare " . . . found down at Ma ' s . . . horseback riding and eating pizza . . . " Cherish " memories of being in the boys ' gym class! . . . hopes to be a social worker. SUSAN L. DOHERTY " Susan " . . . friendly and amiable . . . can be found at any time in Sandra ' s car . . . " Is that right? " . . . memories of the car wash . . . " Cherish " . . . dislikes waiting ... a fu- ture airline stewardess. LORRAINE E, DOW On the phone or listening to records . . . dental hygienist . . . remembers Thanksgiving game and rally . . . blue . . . " Wipe Out " . . . " Gosh! " . . . collects stuffed animals . . . roller skating and bowling . . . quiet and considerate. THOMAS F. DURGIN " Tom " . . . unforgettable . . . found uptown . . . blue . . . " Walk away Rene " ... an avid football fan ... a future conservation officer. CHERYL EAGLES " Cher " . . . always on the go . . . surfing, skiing, and swim- ming . . . " Oh, really? " . . . Found heading for the salty air and the villages of Old Cape Cod . . . Surf, Sand and Shore . . . " Cherish " . . . the warm and happy friendship of Cher ... A future art teacher. GEOFFREY EDWARDS " Jeff " can be found at North Easton . . . Blue . . . " Sunny " . . . " Be Serious " ... a happy go lucky guy with the desire to get out of high school. 43 JOHN E. FISHER ' " John " . . . red . . . likes to go hunting . . . " 96 Tears " . . . remembers a certain math class . . . wants to lead a healthy, normal life and work! SHARON L. FISHER " Sharon " can be found with Karen . . . Blue . . . " Born a Woman " . . . spending money and minature golf . . . " Sorry about that chief " . . . ambi- tion is to be a happy Ameri- can. CATHLEEN S. FITZPATRICK " Cathy " . . . found in the gym . . . loves life ... re- members F period Chem lab . . lifeguarding at Ames Pond . . . " smile! " and " Don ' t Let the Sun Catch Yoii Crying " ... a fine English teacher. DANIEL V. FITZPATRICK " Dan " . . . music, cars, and blonds (?)... remembers the flamethrower in chem lab . . . " Yesterday " . . . ready to lis- ten ... a future commercial artist. CHARLES FLYNN " Charlie " . . . found working at Roxie ' s . . . hockey and pool . . . " Roses are Red " ... a future embalmer or draftsman. JOHN FORTI " Oh boy! " . . . " Jack ' s " pet peeve is homework . . . can be found at Frank ' s Radio T.V. ... a future in radio and electronics . . . " Sugar Shack " and blue MARY M. FOSS " Marcia " ... a friendly per- son ... at the A W or up- town . . . playing records and listening to the radio . . . " 96 Tears " . . . lavender . . . " you ' re kidding me " ... a fu- ture hairdresser. MARSHA J. FRADINE " Marsh " . . . sincere and friendly . . . " Whoopee-doo! " . . . will remember being the only girl in physics class . . . likes Chinese food ' and driving down one-way streets . . . " Cherish " ... we wish her happiness. 45 DONNA L. FUGATE ■ " Donna " ... a grand friend . . . found at the armory . . . " Mind Excursion " and yellow . . . " Sure am glad " . . . cor- rective shoes (orange and black?) . . . dislikes being called Flora ... to be an air- lines stewardess. JOSEPH J. FUSTULO " Say. man " . . . enjoys steak and Italian food . . . remem- bers grass drills and the King Philip game . . . blue. . . " We ' ve got to get out of this place " . . . " Joe " has a fine future with the airlines. JOHN M. GAITLEY John . . . winding up his VW? . . . fond memories of the Sen- ior Splash Party . . . " Nice or what? " . . . blue and cran- berry ... a confirmed bache- lor ... a future in engineer- ing. CATHERINE GAY " Katie " . . . found where angels fear to tread . . . " you ' ll get over it " . . . cheer- ing from the bleachers . . . " Tennessee Waltz " . . . danc- ing at the Junior Prom (?) . . . our own little terror. 46 MICHAEL F. HEALY " Mike " . . . black, and the Rolling Stones . . . seen with a certain underclassman . . . " That ' s got class " . . . says he ' s tired and sleepy . . . " Paint It Black " . . . remem- bers graduation . . . ambition is to become a Russian spy (?) SHARON M. HEFFERNAN Sharon and a certain Swede . . . " Wouldn ' t it be Nice " . . . " Ya! " . . . remembers los- ing her slip in Algebra II . . . a true friend ... a life full of happiness belongs to this pretty Senior. JEFFREY G. HIXSON " Jeff " ... a future engineer . . . found downtown or work- ing at the BPM . . . remem- bers his freshman science teacher . . . blue and " Like a Rolling Stone " . . . " Oh, yeah. " PAUL W. HOMER " Pablo " can be found on the athletic field . . . " Because " it ' s Jeannie with the light brown hair, he will always re- member the Junior Prom . . . hopes t o coach and teach his- tory. CHRISTINE E. HORN " Chris " our hardworking edi- tor . . . found backstage or at camp . . . determined to tour the USA by bike . . . " Abol- ish Math! " . . . Girl Scout green, reading, acting, and the great outdoors . . . will never forget wash bottle fights in chemistry, SHS lunches, weekly compositions, or the Syca- mores. JON HOWLAND " Huckleberry " ... g o o d - natured and fun-loving . . . can be found on Gay Street . . . endeavors to be a playboy . . . Cool . . . You wicked beast!? ... a natural athlete. PATRICIA A. HUNT Patti . . . found at Ma ' s . . . future legal secretary . . . marching in the football games . . . plaid . . . Hushup! . . . " In Dreams " . . . messy lock- ers .. . remembers Mr. C ' s room KATHARINE F. HURLEY Kathy . . . carefree and happy . . . can be found behind a sewing machine . . . chem lab and French class . . . " Oh brother " to top lockers, " C ' est la vie " to school . . . and yet, hopes to become a home ec teacher. BARBARA JASMIN Barbs . . . sophisticated and sociable . . . " oh cute! " . . . found at the Diner . . . this majorette will never forget being late for the first foot- ball game . . . " You ' re the One " . . . gold ... to be a teacher. PETER A. JOHNSON Pete . . . the powerhouse . . . found on the practice field . . . remembers Championship baseball . . . " Wonderful! " . . . Algebra II and grass drills ... a teacher ... a great member of the SHS team 53 GARY KAMINSKAS Gary . . . found working . . . " Downtown " ... a serious minded guy ... remembers business and applied math class ... to be successful at something! GENE M. KELLEY The marvelous imagination and personality of Gene . . . she can be found in the library taking a mind excursion or studying Algebra II? ... hopes to become an English teacher. NANCY A. KELLEY Versatile Nanc . . . found at the diner . . . " That ' s Life " . . . recalls passing chemistry ... to be a happy medical technologist. STEPHEN M. KELLEY " Kell " . . . easy going and good natured . . . found work- ing at the B.P.M. . . . will al- ways remember rolling eggs down the aisle in math and Henry ' s clock falling off the wall . . . eating Chinese food and Lime rickeys. RUTH L. KILDUFF With Irish eyes . . . Hey Kil- duff ... we gotta get outa this place ... in the hook . . . strange . . . fried chicken on Memorial Day ' 66 . . . nursing ... " I can ' t stop loving you " . . . senior profiles ROBERT J. KILLGOAR Bob . . . keeps us smiling . . . " Ya know " . . . found with Bill and Larry . . . blue, sports, and " Go now " ... he is too forgiving . . . JV bas- ketball ... a forest ranger? too lonely ... an engineer. 54 JOHN F. KLIM Jack . . . found at Jim ' s . . . hockey, swimming, and build- ing houses . . . remembers hit- ting 10 ' 9 " over the pole . . . hey . . . " never say die! " GARY R. KNIGHT Gary . . . very exceptional? . . . found at the A W . . . a gallon of root beer ... a future marine engineer. GLEN W. KNIGHT " Glen " . . . bowling and sports . . . not half bad . . . may be found almost anyplace but school . . . will never for- get physics with Mr. G. . . . brown and " Cherish " ... to make a million. JOHN J. KOSINSKI Ninski . . . the great imposter . . . found with the guys . . . memories of classroom Driver Ed . . . Ya-1 am and you ' re not . . . shy and quiet . . . easy to talk to ... to be drafted? ROBERT A. KOWALSKY Bobby ... a riot and a half . . . hates silence, loves fun . . . intends to hit California in a yellow corvair . . . found at D.J. ' s . . . remembers ducks and A.W.O.L. from S.H.S. . . . " Ya know. " MARYANN KWEDOR Maryann . . . well-liked by all who know her . . . found working at D.J. ' s . . . remem- bers rolling paper towels down the halls of S.H.S. . . . A.W.O.L. . . . " you know! " . . . Hampton? 55 LAUREN M. LACASSE Think you ' re nice, huh! . . . Lauren, easygoing and fun- luvin ' . . . See you in Septem- ber . . . remembers rolling pa- per towels down the halls of SHS . . . lobster . . . Lauren wants to be unbelievably fa- mous. MARK W. LACIVITA Mark . . . well I tried-not to get a haircut . . . swamp green and hunting . . . We gotta get outa this place ... by motor- cycle? ROBERT E. LEDIN Bob . . . found downtown . . . haircut! . . . me? . . . nice day — yep ... a world famous band ... 96 tears ... on his way up. JEANNIE LEM Jeannie . . . the charm of the Orient . . . laughing eyes . . . a smile . . . memories of driver ed . . . eating, bowling, swimming, baseball . . . well, what ' s new? ... a secretary. 57 JAMES F. LOAN " Sam " can be found running around . . . enjoys a bit of everything . . . remembers bi- ology! . . . almost intellectual . . . " Open up your door " . . . Well! ... a fine future. ROGER T. LOCKWOOD " It ' s all over now " . . . Senior play, drama club. Canton football games . . . doesn ' t say much . . . quiet and steady . . . hopes to major in eco- nomics. DAVID A. LUCAS Hockey and other sports . . . green . . . " Only Last Night " . . . found busily working at Roxie ' s . . . remembers passing chemistry and Sundays . . . " Is that right? " THOMAS W. LYSKO Tom ... a quiet independent nature and a keen wit . . . the solitude of the woods . . . for- est green, hunting, fishing . . . SHS lunches . . . unforgettable. WILLIAM T. LYSKO " Thadd " . . . can be found in a broken down Olds . . . fine! . . . will always remember the ' 65 Christmas Dance . . . the poetry of W. Thaddeus Lersling . . . to design the buildings of the future. JAMES F. MARTINS " Smokey " . . . will argue al- most any point ... no savvy! . . . what a night at Swift ' s Beach . . . what a day at the Eastern . . . Mass Baseball Tournament . . . we ' ll remem- ber Smokey. DIANE J. MASON Diane . . . always smiling . . . remembers her Junior Prom . . . football games and a Sen- ior boy . . . are you kidding? . . . a future typist or secre- tary. 61 MILTON T. MICHAEL Milt . . . skating and . . . pizza . . . can always be found in Taunton . . . wishes to be- come a sign painter? . . . Sun- day drivin ' on small roads . . . Bla-a-a. DORIS M. MICKELSON Don . . . nutty but intellectual . . . stage-struck . . . usually found on stage with Briggsey . . . driving, horseback riding . . . reading, and folk music . . . yellow . . . " Stranger on the Shore " . . . " you ' re kid- ding " ... an asset to science as a research chemist ELAINE MILLER friendship of Elaine . . . Lady Quiet but enthusiastic . . . the Jane . . . the Stones . . . math and art . . . wet memories of the Senior car wash . . . Prom decorations ... a boy named Eddy ... to become an X-ray technician and get married (of course)! CHRISTINE L. MISKINIS Chris . . . unpredictable and full of surprises . . . dippety- do! . . . riding with the kids . . . the sophomore dance and rolling paper to wels down the halls of SHS???. . . See you in September. PATRICIA A. MITCHELL Mitch ... a great sense of humor . . . found at the Star Market . . . navy and cran- berry . . . dances, beaches, and horses . . . end it! ... the Junior Prom ... to be a registered nurse. LYNDA L. MOODY A crooked little smile . . . sweetness and light . . . found falling up the stairs . . . skiing and field hockey . . . memories of French ... I would never! ... to teach tomorrow ' s youth. 63 DENNIS J. MORIARTY Dennis . . . small, dark, and handsome . . . one of " the " guys . . . redheads . . . " In my room " . . . unreal ... to make a million! CONSTANCE A. MOYER Connie . . . after school, this future teacher can usually be found in school! . . . will al- ways remember her crazy Jun- ior days . . . Yesterday . . . Camelot and dramatics. DIANE M. MULHERN Diane . . . cute and carefree . . . found with the kids . . in sessions ... a bit mischie- vous . . . paper towels and A.W.O.L. ... a little I might . . . football and the Beach Boys. 64 65 STEFAN M. NEIMAN Riding around in Sharon . . . cars, hunting, boating, and girls . . . Too many of them! . . . " 96 Tears " ... to own a string of stores. PAMELA K. NICKERSON Pam ... a vivacious blonde . . . Tell It to Me . . . green . . . found in her car . . . somewhere! FRANCES E. NOONAN " Fran " . . . full of fun . . . fond of playing and watching sports . . . memories of the Girl ' s Basketball Tournament of ' 66 ... " Oh, well! " . . . just to be content GIFFORD W. NORRIS " GifT " . . . sports of all kinds . . . found at work ... re- members . the ' 64 Canton game . . . blue ... to make a lot of money MARK D. O ' BRIEN Mark ... hi! ... found rid- ing around with Kenny . . . Math for Modern Living . . . red . . . " David ' s Mood " . . . full of laughs ... a sure mil- lionaire at 21 GERTRUDE E. O ' NEILL Trudy . . . cute and fun-loving . . . found working at Morse Shoe . . . standing in the rain at the ' 65 Hingham game . . . rallies and sewing ... to be a private secretary 66 PATRICK M. PANACY Pat . . . you whack! . . . found playing pool ... on a motorcycle? . . . Hang on Sloopy! BARBARA A. PAPSADORE In the hook . . . " How ' s your birdseed? " . . . pink and money . . . meeting Mr. M. for the first time . . . skiing and cars ... a future English teacher PAUL M. PEDUTO At Harrington ' s . . . blue, hockey and just doing nothing . . . Women ' s Apparel (?) . . . " The Urge for Going " . . . memories of the lunch boycott ... a future million- aire RICHARD PERDIGAO 67 SANDRA M. POLILLIO Pork . . . found at Susan ' s house . . . " Walk Away Rene " . . . memories of the Car Wash . . . End it . . . ambi- tions to travel JEFFREY S. POWELL Jeff . . . found at Ma ' s in a yellow Chevy . . . Tough . . . surfing . . . hamburgs and pizza . . . sure to make a mil- lion 68 BARBARA J. ROCCI Barb . . . and a certain blue- eyed Senior . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . pink . . . Don ' t worry ' bout it . . . has that special charm ... a future dental assistant EDWARD M. ROCHE Eddie . . . crazy but loveable . . . found working in his car . . . remembers bookkeeping ... " I Can ' t Stop Loving You " . . . " Right " ... to make his first million by forty DOROTHY A. ROGERS Dotty . . . found at D.J. ' s . . . " I gotta get outta this place " ... in her Mustang ... re- members the King Philip game of ' 66 . . . " Chug-a-lug " . . . slightly crazy RUTH E. ROGERS " Well, you see, it was like this " . . . found working at the Jr. High . . . " Ruth " hopes to be a nurse . . . cran- berry . . . will always remem- ber the tears after " Camelot " WALTER J. ROMAN Found on the football field . . . will always remember the Canton games . . . Walt, the strong, silent type ... to be happy LINDA S. ROTHWELL " What can ya do? " , , . under the hood of a certain ford . . . to marry a certain grease monkey . . . pretty and cheer- ful ... " We Cant Go On This Way " 70 ROSALIE T. RUGGIERO Terry . . . found down at Ma ' s ... a pint of peanuts ... I might . . . yellow . . . It ' s all in the Game ... a future secretary. LAWRENCE O. RUSSELL " Larry " and a certain senior girl . . . " No sweat " . . . en- joys hunting and fishing ... a future conservationist . . . handsome and fun-loving . . . memories of the Junior Prom KEVIN W. RYDER " Get lost! " . . . working on his ' 58 yellow and white Ford . . . memories of burning up his shirt in metal shop . . . " Under My Thumb " . . . " Kev " a future aircraft engi- neer CHRISTINE M. SAMPSON " You ' re retarded " . . . " Tina " . . . can be found at Ma ' s . . . remembers falling up the stairs and breaking her toe! . . . water skiing ... to be a secretary JOHN P. SHEEHAN Found anywhere . . . memories of English classes . . . " Ya know! " . . . cars and hunting . . . black . . . " Mind Excur- sion " ... to be an automatic engineer MARY E. SHEEHAN Mary ... a swingin ' majorette . . . found at practice or on the beam . . . horseback riding and swimming . . . I ' m free! . . . blue . . . dislikes people who yell ... to be a phys ed teacher. RENE A. SHOOK " Yeah, almost " . . . found at Friendly ' s . . . enjoys sailing but not sessions . . . the Can- ton game of 1965 . . . career in the Coast Guard PAUL E. SIMMONS Paul . . . found at work . . . " What ' s the matter, Percy? " . . . nothin ' . . . Spanish I . . . " Not Fade Away " ... in a yellow Corvair? THOMAS M. SISTO Tom ... at a certain girl ' s house . . . " Give Da Rest " . . . dislikes study hall teachers . . . crazy ... to be an edu- cated bum! BEVERLY SMITH " Bev " . . . vivacious . . . with the kids next door . . . the lunches at S.H.S. . . . blue . . . swimming and cooking . . . " Th e Shadow of Your Smile " ... a future hair- dresser 73 DELLIS M. SMITH " So what! " . . . Dellis . . . quiet and petite . . . working at the G.M.H. . . . " Home- ward Bound " . . . math class! . . . hopes to graduate! SANDRA ANNE SMITH " Sandy " . . . Oh, you ' re kid- ding? . . . swimming, cooking and sewing . . . " Somewhere " ... to be an interior decorator. EDWARD P. SMYTH Maintain your cool at all times ... to be a lawyer . . . blue . . . " Eight Miles High " . . . found at home . . . " Later! " DONALD H. SOTNICK " Don " and a certain Freshman . . . working on his Ford and playing drums for the " Lords- men " . . . pool, amateur box- ing, and girls ... to be a suc- cess LINDA R. SPRAGUE " That figures! " . . . talking on the phone with Joyce . . . blue, eating, reading, and football games . . . funloving . . . to be successful JOAN E. STAPLES " Joanie " . . . quiet and sin- cere . . . found home cooking and sewing ... or out bowling and playing tennis . . . blue . . . remembers the day Mr. P. handed out the cats ... to teach the mentally retarded. 74 JOSEPH E. STODDART Joe ... in front cf a refriger- ator . . . the hot lunch strike . . . " Right there Ralph " . . . scrounging gas money for a lit- tle red Corvair ... his ambi- tion is to climb Mt. Everest! 75 MARILYN A. SULLIVAN Hi guysl . . . Marilyn . . . pleasant and sincere . . . biol- ogy labs . . . dancing, records and boys ... to listen to a certain band ... a future school marm ROBERT J. SULLIVAN " Tiger " . . . over on Adams Street . . . " Are you kidding mel " ... the 1966 Rally . . . likes sports of all kinds . be a radio broadcaster to LINDA A. SUSLOWICZ Lyn . . . ambitious and fun- loving . . . found in a ' 66 Mustang . . . " Go home! " . . . fond memories of the Jun- ior Prom . . . orchids and sweetheart roses ... a future R.N. NORMAN E. SWANBERG Our star runner and basketball player . . . will always remem- ber January 25th and a certain someone . . . " Wouldn ' t It Be Nice? " . . . " Norm " ... a fu- ture in Chemistry MARTIN D. SWANSON Remarkable! . . . trying to keep his little Chevy going . . . memories of the exercises in gym . . . " Walk Away Rene " . . . hunting ... to be an unsuccessful (?) millionaire. PETER C. SWANSON " Pete " . . . bombing the works in his Merc . . . waterskiing. boating and fishing . . . " Okay, fine! " . . . loveable ... a future millionaire. 76 JOAN E. WALSH Joni . . . whoopee I ... a bub- bly personality . . . We gotta get out of this place! . . . with Carol, Katie, Lynette, and Terri. 78 JOAN C. WILKINSON Wilky . . . found flirting with the class of " 66 . . . marching on the football field . . . cran- berry . . . " Ninety-six Tears " ... to be a legal secretary JOHN A. WOLFE " Get lost " . . . getting five office sessions for being 30 sec- onds late for homeroom ... a whiz at building custom cars and engines . . . " Time Won ' t Let Me " SUZANNE G. WOODMAN " Sue " . . . afternoons at Dot ' s house . . . fond remembrances of the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . " Louie, Louie " ... a fu- ture nurse SHARON KENNEDY Sharon ... in Child World . . . uh huh. almost . . . to- boganning . . . mint green . . . boys with lines . . . like wow! . . . 96 Tears ... a future journalist. 80 82 Senior Index AHERN, GERALD: Car Wash 4; Chemistry Club 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. ALLEN, MURIEL: Career Girls ' Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. ANDRUCHOW, MARY: Camelot 3; Car Wash 4; Drama Club 3, 4; King and I 4; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook 4. ARCHIBALD, DONNA: (entered Senior year) Bas- ketball 4; Softball 4. ATLAS, SHIRLEY: Career Girls ' Club 4; Gymnasti cs 3, 4; Softball 1 ; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4. BADEAU, LYNETTE: Cake sale 3; Car Wash 4; Ex- ecutive Committee 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. BARBER, PAMELA: Cake sale 3; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 2; Daisy Chain 3; Executive Com- mittee 3; Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. BARROS. NANCY: Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. BEAUCAIRE, JOHN: Computer Programming 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. BENSON, ALFRED: Car Wash 4; Executive Commit- tee 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. BOHNENBERGER, MADELYN: Career Girls ' Club 3; Drill team 1,2; Yearbook 4. BOMHARD, DIANE: Camelot 3; Executive Commit- tee 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2. BOWEN, JANET: Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Prom Commit- tee 3, 4; Science Club 1 ; Yearbook 4. BOWMAN. VALERIE: Career Girls ' Club 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. BRAVERMAN. EDWARD: Band 3. 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Football 3; Photography Club 3, 4; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Thespian Society 3, 4. BRIGGS, DONNA: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 3; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4; Thespian Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4. BUTKEVICH, WILLIAM: Cake Sale 4; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook 4. CAMPBELL, ELEANOR: Cake sale 4; Computer Programming 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. CAPOZZOLI, MARY ANN: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1; Computer Programming 3; Field Hockey 2; Softball 2, 3, 4. CARBONE, DOROTHY: Knitting Club 3; Sewing Club 1 . CARRARA, EDWARD: Chef ' s Club 4; Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3; Spaghetti Sup- per 4; Senior Play 4; Track 4. CARUSO, JOANN: Career Girls ' Club 3; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. CASTALDI, ELEANOR: Chorus 1 ; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. CASTRO, JOHN: Cross-country 2; Football 1, 2; Track 1,2. CHANDLER, RICHARD: Basketball 2, 3. 4; Football 1. CHESTNUT, EDWARD: Senior Play 4; Track 3, 4. CHEVERIE, CHRISTINE: Drill team 1, 2, 3; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. CHRISTMAN, ROBERT: Chess Club 3, 4; Rocket Club 1. CLANCY. TERESA: Future Teachers ' Club 3 (vice- president); Gymnastics team 4; Monitor 3; Prom Com- mittee 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4 (vice-president); (class vice-president 2, 3); Yearbook 4. CLARK, HARRY: Band 1, 2, 3. CONNOLLY. JANET: Car Wash 4; Class Nite Usher- ette 3; Cake sale 4; Dance Committee 4; Glee Club 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. COSTA. NOEL: Chess Club 1; J.V. Football 3; Tennis 4. CREAN, DAVID: Basketball 1 ; Football 1, 2. CREAN, EDMUND: Chess Club 3, 4; Executive Committee 2; Science Club 1 ; Tennis team 3, 4. CRUMBLEY, JOYCE: Car Wash 4; Color Guard 3; Drill team 1, 2; Dance Committee 4; Monitors 3; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. DANAHY, JANE: Drama Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook 4. DAWSON, JOAN: Basketball 3, 4 (co-captain); Cheerleading 1, 2; Field Hockey 3, 4; Executive Com- mittee 3. 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4 (co-captain); Yearbook 4. DEFELICE, BARBARA: Career Girls ' Club 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. DIGGIN, EDWARD: Car Wash 4; LA. Society 2, 3, 4. DOHERTY. DEBORAH: Cake sale 2, 3; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Softball 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. DOHERTY. SUSAN: Career Girls ' Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. DOW, LORRAINE: Career Girls ' Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2. 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. DURGIN, THOMAS: Cake sale 3; Dance Committee 3,4; Car Wash 4; Football 1 ; Prom Committee 3, 4. EAGLES, CHERYL: Dance Committee 2; Gymnastics team 3, 4; J.V. Cheering 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4 (vice-president); Prom Committee 3, 4; Yearbook 4 (lay-out editor); Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4. EDWARDS. GEOFFREY: Chef ' s Club 2. ESTABROOKS. DONALD: Football 1. FAHEY. SHARON: Career Girls ' Club 4; Car Wash 4; Chorus 1; Prom Committee 4; Semaphore 3; Spa- ghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. FERNANDES, ELIZABETH: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. FITZPATRICK. CATHLEEN: Dance Committee 4; Gymnastics team 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4. FLYNN, CHARLES: Baseball 3; Football 1. FOSS, MARCIA: Cake sale 4; Car Wash 4; Drill team 2, 3; Monitor 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. FRADINE. MARSHA: Car Wash 4; Chorus 1; J.V. Basketball 1. 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Prom Committee 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 86 FRENCH, WESLEY: Basketball 1; Executive Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. FRENCH. PHILIP: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. FUGATE, DONNA: Car Wash 4; Cake sale 4; Moni- tors 3; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. FUSTOLO, JOSEPH: Car Wash 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitors 3; Prom Committee 3; Rifle Club 2. GAY, KATIE: Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Cake sale 3; Executive Committee 2, 3; J.V. Basket- ball 1 (manager); Spaghetti Supper 4; Softball 2; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4 (secretary); Yearbook 4. GENDREAU, ROBERT: Baseball 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1,2; Track 3. GIFFORD, BRUCE: Monitors 3; Radio Club 1,2. GRAZIANO, ELIZABETH: Cake sale 4; Drama Club 2; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Sci- ence Club 1; Semaphore 2; Student Council 1; Usher- ette for Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. GUEST, GARY: J.V. Football 3. GUFFEY, DORIS: Future Nurses 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. HAGG, GEORGE: Football 1 ; Monitor 2, 3. HALL, PATRICIA: Car Wash 4; Chorus 1; Dance Committee 4; Drill team 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. HANRAHAN, WILLIAM: Medical Technology Club 3 (president); Science Club 1; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. HARDY, GERALDINE: Cake sale 3; Car Wash 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 4; Ex- ecutive Committee 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. HART, PATRICIA: Chorus 1. HAYES, WILLIAM: Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. HEALY, MIKE: Basketball 4; Radio Club 1 , 2. HEFFERNAN, SHARON: Cake sales 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Executive Committee 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Sup- per 4; Science Fair 2; Yearbook 4. HEPWORTH, RICHARD: Car Wash 4; Science Club 1 ; Spaghetti Supper 4. HERLIHY, RICHARD: Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Pho- tography Club 4; Radio Club 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Track team 3, 4; Tennis team 4. HILL, DAVID: Spaghetti Supper 4. HINES, PAUL: Car Wash 4; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. HIXSON, JEFFREY: Chefs Club 4; Football 1; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. HOMER, PAUL: (class treasurer 2, 3); Freshman Football 1; J.V. Football 2; J.V. Baseball 1; Graphic Arts Club I; Prom Committee 3; J.V. Basketball 3; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4. HORN, CHRISTINE: Class Nite Usherette 3; Co-edi- tor of Stotonian 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 3; Girls ' State nominee 3; Softball team 1, 2; Thespian Society 3, 4 (president). HOWLAND, JON: J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Base- ball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 4. HUGO, BARBARA: (entered Senior year) Future Teachers ' Club 4; Knitting Club 4; Sewing Club 4. HURLEY, KATHLEEN: Class Nite Usherette 3; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 4. HVOSLEF, JEAN: Dance Committee 4; Prom Com- mittee 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. INNIS, VALERIE: Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Sup- per 4. JACKSON, DARLENE: Drama Club 3, 4; Photogra- phy Club 1,2. JACKSON, PAMELA: Camelot 3; Drama 3, 4; Glee Club 1 ; Photography Club 2; Senior Play 4. JACOBS, GEORGE: Monitor 2, 3. JARDIN, ALBERT: Basketball 1; Biology Club 3 (president); Car Wash 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Senior Play 3, 4; The King an d I 4; Prom Committee 4; Thespian Society 3, 4 (vice-president). JASMIN. BARBARA: Student Council 2, 3, 4; Execu- tive Committee 2, 3; Semaphore 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Majorettes 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain). KAMINSKAS. GARY: Chess Club 1; Computer Pro- gramming 3. KELLEY, GENE: Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Prom Committee 4; Dance Committee 4; Yearbook 4. KELLEY, NANCY: Band 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Medical Technology Club 3; Car Wash 4; Yearbook 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. KELLEY. STEVE: Cake sale 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Executive 3; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. KILDUFF. RUTH: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Cake sale 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Prom Com- mittee 3, 4; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook 4 (literary edi- tor); Christmas Dance 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4; Car Wash 4. KILLGOAR, ROBERT: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Math Competition Club 3, 4; Tennis 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Track 4. KLIM, JOHN: Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 3. KOSINSKI. JOHN: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. KOWALSKY, ROBERT: Science 1 ; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Yearbook 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. KWEDOR, MARIANNE: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Bas- ketball 1, 2; Monitors 3; Shop Club 3; Yearbook 4. LACASSE, LAUREN: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 (cap- tain); Gymnastics team 3, 4; Monitors 3; Yearbook 4. LACIVITA, WILFRED: Football 1; Basketball 1; Senior Play 4. LANZA, PAUL: Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Chess Club 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Editor of Yearbook 4; Honor Society 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4 (captain). LARGE, KATHY: Art Club 1; Car Wash 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Drill team 1, 2; Gymnastics 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. LEDIN. GERALD: Car Wash 4; Executive Commit- tee 2; Football 1 ; Spaghetti Supper 4. LEDIN, ROBERT: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. LEM, JEANNIE: Cake sale 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. LENS, SUSAN: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. LEONARD, DOROTHY: Band 1, 2; Honor Society 2, 3; Orchestra 1 ; Semaphore 1,2. LEONARD, JUNE: Drama Club 3; Newspaper I. 87 LITTLEFIELD, SANDRA: Biology Club 1; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. LOAN, JAMES: Cross Country 4; Hockey 4; Rifle Club 3; Rocket Club 1,2; Track 4. LUCAS, DAVID: Chess Club 1, 2; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Year- book 4. LYSKO, THOMAS: Prom Committee 4; Rifle Club 4; Science Club 1 ; Semaphore 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. LYSKO, WILLIAM: Car Wash 4; Descriptive Geome- try Club 2; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Semaphore 3; Senior Play 4; Tennis team 1 ; Track 2. MacCOMBIE, RICHARD: Chemistry Club 3; Physi- cal Science Club 1 ; Physics Club 4; Rocket Club 1 , 2. MAHER. SHEILA: Cake Sale 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Cho- rus 1,2; Medical Technology Club 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. MANNING, KEVIN: Basketball 1; Executive Com- mittee 2; I. A. Society 3 (executive committee), 4 (president). MARKS, DOANNE: Computer Programming Club 3; Future Teachers ' Club 4. MARSHALL, JEAN: Drama Club 3; Gymnastics 4; Knitting Club 1. MARTINS, JAMES: Car Wash 4; Fr. Football 1; J.V. Baseball 1 ; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Varsity Basketball 4. MASON, DIANE: Dance Committee 4; Prom Com- mittee 3, 4; Usherette at Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. McDonald, KENNETH: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. McDonnell, MARY: Prom Committee 3, 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. McINTYRE, NANCY: (entered senior year) Year- book 4. McKAY, PETER: Monitors 3. McKENNA, SUZANNE: Drama Club 3; Home Eco- nomics Club 1; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. McLaughlin, KATHLEEN: Car wash 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette at Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. McNAMARA, KATHLEEN: Biology Club 3; Execu- tive Committee 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Prom Com- mittee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Varsity Cheering 3, 4 (captain). McSHEA, MAUREEN: Cake Sale 2, 3; Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. McSTOWE, WILLIAM: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 4; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Sup- per 4; Track 4. MEAD, BARRY: Car Wash 4; Freshman Football 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Track 1, 2, 3,4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. MEREDITH, MARK: J.V. Football 2; Varsity Foot- ball 3. MICKELSON, DORIS: Camelot 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Junior Competition play 3; Musical Comedy Club 4; Newspaper 1; Prom Commit- tee 4; Regional Competition play 3, 4; Senior competi- tion play 4; Senior play 4; The King and I 4; Thespian Society 3, 4; Twelve Angry Jurors 3; Yearbook 4. MILLER, ELAINE: Cake sale 4; Car Wash 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Medical Technology Club 3; Prom Com- mittee 3,4; Spaghetti Supper 4. MISKINIS. CHRISTINE: Majorettes 2, 3, 4 (co- captain); Spaghetti Supper 4; Shop Club 3; Yearbook 4. MITCHELL, PATRICIA: Car Wash 4; Christmas Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. MOODY, LYNDA: Basketball 2, 3. 4; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Field Hockey 1, 3; Prom Com- mittee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette at Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. MORAN, LYNDA: Semaphore 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. MORENCY, CAROLYN: Cake sale 3; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 2, 4; Majorettes 2, 3. 4; Monitors 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. MOYER, CONSTANCE: Camelot 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; The King and I 4; Twelve Angry Jurors 3. MURPHY, BRIAN: Cake sale 4; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Council 1, 2; Semaphore 4; Yearbook 4. MURPHY. CLARE: Camelot 3; Daisy Chain 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2; Senior Play 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Thespian Society 3, 4. MURPHY, GEORGE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4. MUTASCIO, ROBERT: Biology Club 3; Car Wash 4; Chemistry Club 3; Prom Committee 4; Science Fair 3. 4; The Miracle Worker 4; Yearbook 4. NALLY. THOMAS: Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1 , 2, 3, 4; Alternate to Boys ' State 3. NEIMAN, STEFAN: Spaghetti Supper 4. NOON AN, FRANCES: Basketball 1, 2 (manager), 3; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 3; Softball 2; Yearbook 4. NORRIS, GIFFORD: Football 1,2; J.V. Baseball 1. O ' BRIEN, MARK: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. O ' NEILL, GERTRUDE: Career Girls ' Club 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Chorus 1, 2; Prom Committee 4; Semaphore 1, 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. PAPSADORE, BARBARA: Computer Programming 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain 3; Monitors 3; Christmas Dance Committee 4; Semaphore 1. 2; Prom Committee 4; Science Club 1; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4. PATTERSON, FRANCIS: Car Wash 4; Dance Com- mittee 4; Executive Committee 2; Freshman Football 1; Freshman Basketball 1; J.V. Football 2; Prom Com- mittee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4. PEARL, MARLENE: Car Wash 4; Drill team 1; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. PEDUTO, PAUL: Cake Sale 1, 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 1, 2; Executive Committee 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4. Spaghetti Supper 4; Student Council 4; Track 1 . PETERSON, STEPHEN: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Sup- per 4. PEIRCE, LORRAINE: Car Wash 4; Career Girls ' Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Semaphore 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Softball team 4. POLILLIO, SANDRA: Car Wash 4; Cheering 1, 2; Executive Committee 2; Sp aghetti Supper 4. 88 POLVINEN, JANICE: Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1; J.V. Field Hockey 1, 2; Majorettes 2, 3, 4 (captain); Prom Committee 3; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4 (cap- tain); Varsity Field Hockey 3, 4 (captain). PRODOUZ, STEPHEN: Photography Club 4; Radio Club 3, 4; Rifle Club 1, 3. OUADROS, SUSAN: Car Wash 4; Gymnastics 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. READY, WILLIAM: Football 3. RILEY, JEAN: Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 2, 4; Daisy Chain 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Prom Commit- tee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. ROBINSON, KAREN: Class Play 4; Dance Commit- tee 2, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette at Class Nite and Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. ROCCI, BARBARA: Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette at Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. ROCHE, EDWARD: Football 1. ROGERS, DOROTHY: Career Girls ' Club 3, 4; Cho- rus 1; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Prom Com- mittee 4; Semaphore 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. ROGERS, RUTH: Camelot 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; The King and I 4. ROMAN, WALTER: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. ROTHWELL, LINDA: Car Wash 4; Drill team 1, 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. RUSSELL, LARRY: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Track 1,3; Yearbook 4. SAMPSON, CHRISTINE: Career Girls ' Club 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Executive Committee 2; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. SAWYER, RICHARD: Chess Club 2, 3; Golf team 2. SCADUTO, NED: Executive committee 1, 2, 3; I. A. Executive board 3, 4. SCRIPTURE, RICHARD: Photography Club 3, 4. SGRO, PETER: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. SHAWN, SUSAN: Car Wash 4; Drama Club 1 ; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. SHEA, KATHLEEN: Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. SILVA, PETER: Class President 2, 3, 4; David Fiorello Award 2; Freshman Football 1; J.V. Basket- ball 1; J.V. Baseball 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4; Varsity Track 1, 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4 (co-captain); Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. SIMMONS, PAUL: J.V. Football 3; Prom Committee 3. SISTO, THOMAS: Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Executive Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Sen- ior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SMITH, BEVERLY: Spaghetti Supper 4. SMITH, DELLIS: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SOTNICK, DONALD: Spaghetti Supper 4; Track 1,2. SPRAGUE, LINDA: Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Drill team 1, 2; Color Guard 3; Prom Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. STAPLES, JOAN: Chorus 1; Drama Club 2; Medical Technology Club 3 (secretary); Monitors 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. STAPLES, MIKE: Band 1; Basketball 1; Dance Band 2; Track 3, 4; Yearbook 4. STATKUS, CAROLYN: Career Girls ' Club 3. STAULA, JUDITH: Career Girls ' Club 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. STEWART, KAY: Basketball 1 ; Executive Committee 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. STODDART, JOSEPH: Chess Club 3, 4; Chorus 1; Rifle team 1, 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. STOLP, DONNA: Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 4; Drill team 1, 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. SULLIVAN, MARILYN: Chorus 1; Executive Com- mittee 2; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Monitors 3; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. SULLIVAN, ROBERT: Basketball 1 ; Golf 4. SUSLOWICZ, LINDA: Biology Club 1; Camelot 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Christmas Dance 4; Senior Play 4; Re- gional competition play 4; Thespian Society 3, 4; The King and I 4; The Miracle Worker 4; Twelve Angry Jurors 2; Yearbook 4 (literary editor). SWANBERG, NORMAN: Cross-country 1, 2, 3 (co- captain) 4; Car Wash 4; Chemistry Club 3 (secre- tary); Honor Society 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Math Competition 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Science Fair 2 (5th prize) (Regional Fair), 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (co-captain); Varsity Baseball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Yearbook 4. SW ANSON, MARTIN: Football 1, 3. SWANSON, PETER: Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. TAGLIERI, MARY: Basketball 1, 2; Gymnastics team 3, 4; Dance Committee 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Softball 1,2; Yearbook 4. TECHIERA, PHILLIP: Chess Club 1, 2, 4; Audio- Visual Club 2; Rifle Club 2. TYLER, DEBORAH: Glee Club 1 ; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. UNDA, DENISE: Cake sale 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Usherette at Graduation 3; Yearbook 4. VALOIS, COLLETTE: Semaphore 3, 4. WALSH, KATHLEEN: Career Girls ' Club 3, 4; Cho- rus 1; Car Wash 4; Prom Committee 4; Semaphore 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. WARNOCK, JAMES: Cross-country 2, 3; Executive Committee 3; Chemistry Club 3; Car Wash 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of Class 4; Student Council 2, 3; Semaphore 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Rifle Club 2; Science Fair 2, 4; Track 2, 3. WHALEN, THOMAS: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross- country 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Math Competition Club 1, 2, 3; Photography Club 1; Student Council 1, 4 (president); Semaphore 4; Track 2. WHITE, PAUL: Baseball 4; Monitors 2, 3. WHITTAKER, PAUL: Cross-country 3; Freshman football 1 ; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4. WILKINSON, JOAN: Color Guard 4; Drill team 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Year- book 4. WOODMAN, SUZANNE: Career Girls ' Club 4. 89 Mr. Tapper has been an outstanding class advisor. For the past three years he has worlced diUgently with our officers to prepare our treasury and our spirit for our Senior year. Mr. Tapper has organ- ized us, inspired us, represented us, and fought for us. We could elaborately thank him for all he has done for us, but perhaps our rec- ord will say it for us. Mr. Tapper has given us the opportunity to have a favor- able record of " firsts, " thanks to his imagination and willingness to tackle anything. Thank you, Mr. Tapper. Class History Freshmen . . . entering the Big House . . . scorned by upperclassmen . . . spHt classes . . . homerooms in the boondocks ... no officers ... no money . . . much spirit . . . new faces . . . old problems . . . the first rally . . . Saturdays at the games . . . the death of our Presi- dent . . . our first midyears . . . Pete — our best freshman athlete . . , hopeful glances toward next year. Sophomores ... the upper underclassmen . . . getting to know our way around . . . double sessions . . . free afternoons . . . bomb scares? . . . Mr. Tapper and the officers . . . Pete, Terri, Janice, and Paul . . . did you say — dues? . . . let ' s have a cake sale ... the Sophomore Shindig ... a rousing success . . . Sandy Polillio leading our J.V. cheerleaders . . . leading our J.V. athletes . . . Honor Society inductees . . . the half way mark. Upperclassmen at last . . . Juniors ... a promising new year ... a new school ... a new principal ... a taste of honey . . . just a taste . . . election of officers . . . armed for another bout . . . yes, we said dues! . . , sweatshirts and polo shirts . . . any size, M ' am . . . the Thanksgiving cake sale ... the tied Canton game ... the Kingdom of Camelot . . . Rick and Eddy on stage ... the Valentine cake sale . . . preparing for Tahitian Paradise ... is that a waterfall? . . . help! my palm tree is falling! . . . dim the lights . . . truly a Paradise . . . and Cheryl — the Tahitian Queen ... the Daisy Chain ... the pathway is clear . . .for Seniority. 92 The land of milk and honey . . . new officers . . . Pete, Denise, Janice, and Jimmy . . . class meetings . . . big decisions . . . that ' s right — dues! . . . spirit is high . . .the Senior Car Wash — a splash party! . . . the Cheerleaders . . . Kathy Mac . . . Fitzie, Cheryl, Shelley, Gerri . . . the band . . . the majorettes . . . Janice, Barb, Chris, Carolyn, Pam, Patti, Mary, Terry ... in their new hats . . . twirling fire . . . marching down the field . . . with the drill team . . . the football players . . . our Black Knights . . . Rick, Paul, Pete, Wes, Barry, Joe, Walt, Jack, Pete J., Bill . . . our last Canton game . . . softball . . . and field hockey . . . Janice . . . Denise . . . and Joan . . . the Spaghetti Supper . . . delicious! . . . Mary ' s party . . . the track team . . . Norm . . . " You Can ' t Take It With You " . . . Connie, Bill, Chris, Ed, Dori, Bill, Toni, Rog, Big Ed, Tom, Eddie, Ruth, Paul, Will, Mary, Ed, Jane, Bobby . . . painting scenery . . . collecting props . . . fireworks and xylophone music . . . " Mr. Kolenkov! " . , . the Student Council . . . Tom, Katie, Paul, Terri . . . collecting Christ- mas baskets . . . " Christmas Enchantment " . . . Reader ' s Digests? . . . for angels, of course! . . . where ' s Santa? . . . under the mistletoe . . . Senior Superlatives . . . Happy New Year . . . graduation year , . . college boards . . . our basketball team . . . our new coach . . . Frank and Bob . . . the girls led by Janice and Joan . . . the 2nd Car Wash . . . National Merit Honors . . . Dori, Tom, Chris, Tom, Lyn, and Jimmy . . . waiting to hear from colleges . . . days flying by ... in a whirl of activities . . . Anna and the King . . . our Reception . . . a night to remember ... the class trip . . . class night . . . awards and honors . . . sign my yearbook! . . . June 9, 1967 . . . the end of the beginning . . . and now — tomorrow! 93 94 Class Will We, the Class of nineteen hundred and sixty-seven, being of sound (?) mind and body, do hereby commit to posterity our Last Will and Testament: ARTICLE I LITERARY BEQUESTS FRANCES NOON AN leaves her Spanish II book to anyone who can pass Spanish I. BILL LYSKO leaves his poems to a deserving underclassman. BILL HAYES leaves his English books, PAT HART and LESLIE GILL all their books, and GARY GUEST leaves his book covers. ARTICLE II LOCKERS NANCY BARROS leaves the top part of her broken locker; RUTH ROGERS leaves her unlockable locker and DIANE MASON leaves her uncloseable locker. LYNDA MORAN leaves her broken locker to her brother Jimmy and KATIE GAY leaves all the litter in her locker to PATTY LEE. ARTICLE III ATHLETES MARY ANDRUCHOW leaves her gymsuit. SHIRLEY ATLAS leaves her lost sneakers to whomever found them. ED CHUSTNUT leaves the pole vault pit while JACKIE KLIM leaves the bench. CATHY FITZPATRICK leaves a smile for Mr. Twomey. BARRY MEAD leaves Mr. Lynch a blood resistant mat and CHERYL EAGLES her falls from the balance beam to a future gymnast. ARTICLE IV BEQUESTS TO TEACHERS ED BRAVERMAN leaves the right arm of his armor to Mr. Stott, who also receives a pair o f paint-covered grubbies from DORI MICKELSON. VALERIE BOWMAN leaves Mr. Jardin a pair of roller skates. JOHN BEAUCAIRE leaves Mr. Gregory a completely revised supplement. CLARE MURPHY leaves Mr. Stott all the parts she didn ' t get. 96 CONNIE MOYER leaves her science teachers in peace. SHEILA MAKER leaves Mr. Peirce " Hero " and a well-worn scalpel. DORIS GUFFEY leaves Geometry to Mr. Cabral and BILL LACIVITA leaves his hustle to Miss Amborn. BOB GENDREAU leaves Mr. Edmonston a 7 ft. monster. ARTICLE V UNDERCLASSMEN ALFRED BENSON leaves his broom to Leonard Holmes. LINDA SUSLOWICZ leaves one slightly used felis domestica to an unsuspecting physiology student. JON HOWLAND leaves his athletic ability to Chris Johnson. BARBARA JASMIN leaves her baton to a fu- ture majorette. CHRISTINE SAMPSON leaves boisterous laughter to a quiet underclass- man. ARTICLE VI CARS JUDY ST AULA leaves her Ford to anyone who can start it. GEORGE JACOBS leaves his rubber in the parking lot. DANNY FITZPATRICK wants to leave about 20 ft. of rubber in the D building corridor. ARTICLE VII MISCELLANEOUS DENISE UNDA leaves her freemish, JANET CONNOLLY her creel and RUTH KIL- DUFF her birdseed. JOHN SHEEHAN leaves his marks. FRANK PATTERSON leaves Mr. C ' s class completely mathematized. STEVE KELLEY leaves his orange desert boots to anyone with size 1 1 feet. CHRISTINE HORN leaves that crazy pendulum swinging in D 108. SUSAN SHAWN leaves as soon as possible and TOM LYSKO leaves for Alaska. JOYCE CRUMBLY leaves her applesauce to Steve Kelley. ARTICLE VIII THE EDITORS CHRIS, TONY, RUTH, LYN, CHERYL, and PAUL leave with fond memories of the Stotonian and good luck too for the unsuspecting future editors. 97 101 You Cant Take It With You! HRISTMAS Enchantment . . . angels . . . pipecleaners . . . stringing stars . . . Pam ' s birth Toni s fireplace . . . Denise . . . covering posts . . . and then . . . dancing and dreaming ... in a wonderland of winter . . . singing carols . . . Santa Claus . . . Senior Superlatives ... All I want for Christmas ... is another night like this! 106 Senior Superlatives Well, if we cut 12 pieces per pie . . . 112 Yearbook headquarters EDITOR Chris Horn Print them as they fall! Putting together a yearbook is a lot of work and a year long headache, but it is worth it when the book comes out. Our very best wishes to the editors of the 1968 Stotonian — they will need it. Yearbook Editors The Editors . . . Chris, Tony, Ruth, Paul, Cheryl, Linda . . . up in A-402 . . . frantically tryin g to make their deadlines . . . rarely succeeding . . . missing pictures, headaches, money worries ... a glimmer of hope . . . done at last? ... the 1967 Stotonian . . . new and alive ... a record for always of our years at SHS. 3 Co-EDITOR Tony Morise 115 BUSINESS STAFF LITERARY STAFF Joan Wilkinson and Bob Mutascio, Assistants Linda Suslowicz. Assistant (That ' s Gene Kelley and Mary Andruchow hiding) 116 SHS athletes carrying the banner of Stoughton High on to victory. With surges of frustration . . . and exhilaration . . . they drive toward an ultimate goal ... to stand proudly in a field of ' m v. Football STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL BLACK KNIGHTS 1966 117 T-E-A-M, yeh team! 118 123 124 Track and Cross-Country SPRING TRACK ' Norm " Co-captain Track, Captain Cross Country " Jack " Co-captain Track I 138 Baseball 139 141 Field Hockey I Softball Mary Ann " " Janice " 1 148 " Where the action was ' Spirited stu dents sharing a common interest under the di rection of " brave " faculty members . . . find ing there are so nianv worlds to discover and explore. Chef ' s Club Learning to boil water ... or make pizza ... for breakfast? . . . raiding the refrigerator . . . " You try it first " . . . " Is it edible? " . . . Success! . . . culi- nary specialists of tomorrow. Rifle Club Ready, aim, fire! . . . you ' re dead ... ok fellas — no more cowboys and Indians . . . bang, bang! ... a steady eye ... a clasp on the trigger . . . pio- neers. (No, Kathy, they ' re not after you!) 0 Audio Visual Man vs. Machine . . . splicing . . . another blown-out light bulb? . . . Where ' s the screen? use the wall . . . whoops, the picture ' s backwards . . . lights, camera, action! The Audio Visual Aides Club services all teachers ' requests for classroom use of equipment and helps the American Red Cross by recording family tapes to be sent to servicemen overseas. Photography Club Say cheese . . . candids and unique stills ... in living black and white . . . sometimes overexposed ... or under . . . Smile! The Photography Club is a source of pictorial presentations to the various news media: Stoughton Schools Newslet- ter, the Semaphore, and the Stotonian. Future Teachers H Practice teaching . . . patience is a virtue . . . " You really want to be a teacher? " . . . the best method of teach- ing . . . and learning ... a future mold- ing young lives . . . the future teachers of America. 154 155 Troupe 2877 National Thespian Society Troupe 2877 of the National Thespian Society is a new asset to our school. Organized in May, the Thespians have grown in number and in talent. They are devoted to the advancement of standards of excellence in the dramatic arts. Membership is given as recognition for meritorious work in dramatics program in the high school. Such works as " The Miracle Worker, " the First Annual Tournament of Plays, and the Regional Drama Festival are credited to this Honor Society of Dramatic Arts, and to Mr. Stott. the Sponsor. 156 National Honor Society The National Honor Society, under the supervision of Mrs. Savicki and Mr. Cabral, consists of about forty members. Membership is based on high scholastic achievement, character, leadership, and service. An average of ninety for five consecutive terms is necessary for membership. Candidates are inducted at the annual April ban- quet. The Honor Society serves as an incentive to many students to advance their academic standing. 157 Drama Club Waiting for your cue . . . but- terflies . . . break a leg ... a good luck wish? . . . making that entrance . . . after weeks of preparation . . . under expert direction . . . and the crews . . . props, scenery, lighting . . . making it all possible . . . the stage . . . empty and bare . . . and then . . . transformed into anything at all . . . and finally . . . curtain calls . . . cast parties . . . success! Industrial Arts Society Membership in the Industrial Arts Society is open to those shop majors in grades 10, 11, and 12 having grades of C or better in Industrial Arts and re- lated subject areas. Some of the objectives of the Society are to develop vocational and recrea- tional interests, to become more fully aware of the importance of industry in modern life, and to encourage and de velop high standards of workmanship. 158 I Thespian Troupe 2877 presents The Miracle Worker Photos by F. E. Maioli Musical Comedy Club Last year ' s first annual musi- cal comedy " Camelot " was a great success. This year the members are working hard to produce " The King and I " which will star Bob Mutascio, Ruth Mc- Corrison. Doris Mickelson, and Bill LaCivita. Chorus The chorus and quartet partic- ipated in the annual Christmas Concert by singing several for- eign carols. Stoughton also hosted the Ninth Annual District Con- cert. 160 Southeastern District Concert This year Stoughton had the opportu- nity to host the ninth annual Southeast- ern District Concert. The Concert, on January 21, featured a 200 member cho- rus, a 100 piece band, and a 100 piece orchestra. Stoughton musicians partici- pating were: Paul Lanza, Kathy Scrivens, Donna Robertson, Gail Raynor, Brad Brousseau, James Carlino, and Chris Clancy. Science Fair Once again the Science Fair, under the direction of Mr. Gregory, was a success. Two junior girls, Gail Kennedy and Valerie Dembrowsky, placed first and second with Senior Tom Nally coming in third. 161 Student Council Of the people, by the people, and for the people . ing Christmas baskets ing for edible lunches . ing to complaints . . with the opposition . tie Congress . . to veto! coUect- . fight- . listen- arguing our lit- with no power " Mainstreams Miss Corcoran and Miss Am- born are busy organizing Main- streams, Stoughton High ' s new literary magazine. Good luck to Steve Johnson, the first editor. 9} " 7 162 163 Foreign Correspondence 164 Boys ' State Each year top members of the Junior Class are chosen by the Faculty Committee on Student Awards to be considered by the American Legion to attend Boys State on the University of Mas- sachusetts campus. The session is devoted to the study of local and state govern- ment through lectures, meetings, and actual practice. A model state is set up with counties and towns, and town meetings, party caucuses, and actual elections held. Principal candidates last year were Tom Whalen and Bill Powell. Girls ' State Girls State is held at Bridge- water under the auspices of the American Legion Auxiliary. It is planned to educate those in at- tendance in the duties and privi- leges of citizenship in a democ- racy. It also studies the changing role of women in government and politics. Cathy Fitzpatrick was princi- pal candidate, and Cheryl Eagles alternate. 165 Library Aides The library aides give up time during studies, before and after school to help Mr. McDermott keep our library running smoothly and efficiently. They put away books, work behind the desk, and take care of the many small details necessary for a library of this size. Book Fair The book fair sponsored by the English department is be- coming very popular with the students as an inexpensive way to keep up with current reading and old cl assics. Dance! Remember ... the Shop Hops, Vic- tory Dances, Pep Dances? . . . the mon- key, the jerk, the frug . . . The Beatles . . . and the Monkeys . . . your first transistor . . . Juicy Brucey and Amie Ginsberg ... the wild wonderful music and dances of the sixties. The smiles we ' ve smiled at SHS . . . spontaneous . . . laughter from the depths ... a memory . . . warm and friendly ... a happy four years . . . and to us . . . mess IS 1967.. . But first, a look backwards . . . Happiness is 1964 . . . An organized freshman in tan levis and long hair . . . not getting lost in the B building homerooms on the third floor bomb scares Ringo for President becoming Sophomores Happiness is 1965 double sessions an afternoon job sleeping late on Saturday taking Latin II . . . or Latin I . . . again world domination thru chicke Dick Summer knowing upperclassmen going to the armory becoming Juniors n power Happiness is 1966 waking up to Carl DeSuze miniskirts vacations without homework everyone using Dial getting Tom Whalen ' s college boards by mistake finding a class ring in your Christmas stocking riding a Honda riding in a flying saucer the Dodge rebellion a protest march going to Tahitian Paradise end of transmission 171 SCHOOL AND TEACHERS To Toni Trotta happiness is passing a trig test, to Marrianne Cappazolli it ' s a certain physiology teacher with laryngitis, to Ed Chestnut its getting 0% error in S.A.M. lab. To Janice Polvinen it ' s an acceptance, to Bob Sullivan, Mr. Berry ' s Latin class, to Mike Staples it ' s having the correct change for lunch, and to Wes French it ' s watching the lunches get scraped away. Marsha Fradine likes watching Mr. Coen salute the flag, while Ruth Kildufi " likes saying " good morning " to him. Betty Graziano says happiness is an assembly on a non-activity day (a rare thing indeed). To Jean Marshall it ' s tackling the unevens and surviving, to Chris Mis- kinis it ' s skipping and not getting caught, to Lauren LaCasse, passing math, to Maryanne Kwedor, staying out of trouble. Tony Morise likes all boys ' classes; so does Patti Hunt. To Kathy Hurley happiness is vocifera- tion, to Dave Crean it ' s getting out of school on a snowy day before lunch, and to Clare Murphy it ' s missing Contemporary Lit. Happiness to Paul Peduto is hearing the no school whistle after not studying for three tests! Barry Mead. Linda Suslowicz, Joan Dawson, John Beaucaire, and Gifi " Norris all agree it wiU be June 9, 1967. HEARTS AND FLOWERS A certain Junior makes Gerri Hardy happy, while it ' s a certain soldier for Carolyn Morency and a certain sailor for Eleanor Campbell. Barbara Rocci likes re- ceiving letters from a squid and Dotti Rogers likes making John happy. John Castro likes seeing Dotti every school morning. Shirley Atlas likes being with Neil, and Tina Sampson likes being with Bo.ofer. Tom Whalen says happiness was meeting a friendly girl at the carwash, while Jane Danahy likes saying " that ' s my boy. " To Bev Smith it ' s a brown haired boy and to Joan Wilkinson it ' s a boy from BC, while to Pam Barber it ' s a boy in a white Chevy and to Elaine Miller it ' s a friend from Mattapan. A certain someone makes Norm Swanberg happy and it ' s blond hair and blue eyes for Sharon Heffernan. Paulette Joiner likes riding in Bill ' s Pontiac. To Steve Ward happiness is the ideal woman. Al Howsen and Huck Howland agree that " Happiness is me. " MISCELLANEOUS To Paul Lanza happiness is tennis shorts that fit, to Collette Valois it ' s summer on a winter ' s day, to Tom Durgin it ' s a cigarette after dinner. Paul Hines says it ' s having your father think he put the dent in the fender. It ' s a berth in the Tech Tourney to Bob Gendreau. To Denise Unda it ' s snow tires on a Vespa, to Debbie Tyler it ' s losing a coupla nicknames, to Donna Stolp it ' s after work on Friday nite. Joyce Crumbly likes skidding into trees with Brad. Joni Walsh likes being called Bubbles, and Eleanor Castaldi likes being in- formed. Kev Manning likes Gay Street on Saturday nite. Happiness to Chris Horn is curl free, to Bob Trotta, a Greek chorus girl, to Jean Riley, an edible lunch, and to Cathy Fitzpatrick. a bike ride. To Karen Robinson it ' s a fun pin. to Terry Clancy it ' s cheesecake with cherries on top, to Val Bowman it ' s rain. Sue Quadros likes eating popsicle and Pat Michell likes being Mod. Pete Silva says happiness is winning. Rich- ard MacCombie likes the Republicans to win. Tom Nally says it ' s a warm puppy, Steve Peterson prefers warm pillows. To Katie Gay it ' s a date, to Marlene Theriault, a fat horse, to Janet Connolly, a pair of baggy nylons, to Jeff Powell, a full tank of gas, to Tom Sisto, a brown teddy bear. John Kosinski likes out of town girls, Smokey Martins likes chug-a-lug. To Bill Lysko it ' s a debutante, to Cheryl Eagles it ' s riding the perfect wave. Barbara Jasmin says happiness is forget- fulness. Linda Sprague says it ' s hitting the beach in March, Barb Thompson says it ' s a solid car. Carol Naas says happiness is when the bat cave is open. Brain Murphy agrees, but adds peanut butter filled donuts. FROM THE FACULTY Mr. Coen says it ' s not chaperoning school dances, to Mr. Pierce it ' s skiing down Tuckerman ' s Ravine, to Mr. Sullivan it ' s a solid wall between his room and Mr. Coen. Mr. Berry wisely remarked " Happiness is where you find it. " Mr. Sarno says happiness is Mr. Pierce with laryngitis, Mr. Daly says it ' s Lake Winnipesaukee. To Mrs. Shea it ' s 16 Webster Street, to Mr. Tapper it ' s seeing happy kids, and to Mr. Gregory it ' s his grandson Andrew Scott. To Mr. Lynch it ' s vacationtime while Mrs. Hogg would like a clock in the office that works. And finally happiness was expressed most eloquently by Mr. Penardi . . . " Happiness is raising a healthy, prosperous family . . .it is being content in your work . . . the satisfaction of watching the students go through SHS . . . " Thanks Mr. Penardi — I hope we all have futures filled with that much happiness. 172 I« k PRESIDENT Bill Clark SECRETARY Jean Dawe Juniors Class of 1 968 Under the guidance of Mr. Berry and the leadership of Bill, Chris, Jean, and Danny, the Class of ' 68 has sponsored many profitable activities including cake sales, dances, and their project — ski par- kas, and the climax of the year — the Jun- ior Prom. The Seniors bow out now, leaving the Juniors in charge: Joanne Morse as cap- tain of the cheerleaders, Janet Sweeney as head majorette, the athletes. Chunky, Bruce, Bill, Frank, the Kwedors. Steve Johnson is the first editor of " Main- streams " and Juniors will soon fill posi- tions of leadership in the Honor Society, Thespian Society, Student Council, while next year ' s Crusader and Stotonian edi- tors are still to be chosen. To the Juniors — the main supporters of our activities — go our thanks and best wishes in their oncoming year as Seniors. VICE-PRESIDENT Christine Whalen TREASURER Danny McGarry 173 174 PRESIDENT Mike Troy Sophomores Class of 1 969 VICE-PRESIDENT Kathy Doyle The Sophomores, under the leadership of Mike, Kathy, Barbara, and Linda are beginning to fill their treasury. After a disastrous dance (financially) last year, S.A.G.R.O.F.Y. was a success this year, and they are planning on several of the old standbys — cake sales. Athletes and scholars figure as their most important contributions to Stoughton High. High scorers are John Sperandio, Kirk Buschen- felt, Richard Whitaker, Kent Powell, and Paul Everett, while several members of the class were inducted into the National Honor Society in April. Old hands at high school now, after the excitement of Freshman Daze, the Sophomores look forward to next year and the Prom and privileges of being Juniors. Our best wishes go with them. SECRETARY Barbara Homer TREASURER Linda Fisher 176 The Class of 1970 began its journey into experience with eager- ness under the direction of Class Advisor Mr. Sarno and officers Mike, Patti, Gayle, and Kathy. Working their way from the bottom they started the year with a cake sale, followed in May by a smash- ing foot stomper. Cheering for the boys — Mike, Marty, Erol — were Cathy, Barb, Maureen, Marie, Mavina, and Linda. The Freshmen have met the challenges of this year and we wish them our best for continued success. 179 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 180 Here they come . . . round every corner . . . peeping in doors . . . looking for them- selves . . . anticipating tomor- row . . . and tomorrow . . . and tomorrow . . . challenging the faculty . . . cowering to the sen- iors . . . running scared . . . on 182 What do you mean, the punch is spiked? 186 7Ve d c tie cUo U 188 7 cctun e aun 0 0 cutct 189 CHARTER COACH SERVICE TO CANADA AND ALL AMERICA MODERN AIR-CONDITIONED BUSES Unda ' s Bus Service Inc. STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-2231 344-6116 190 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 23 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. 191 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 from Bill, Paula Jackie Robertson FIRST imperial eweietdy inc. Route 27 Cobb ' s Comer Telephone 828-0666 Authorized Jeweler for: Star Blue Registered Diamond Accutron, Bulova, Longines, Wittnauer Watches 192 Best Wishes SHAWMUT INC. Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1967 DYKEMAN ' S ELECTRIC William Totman Asphalt Corp. 1823 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of POLLILIO BROS. INC. 2121 Central St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Veteran ' s Taxi 21 Monk St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-4280 Compliments of Nardozzi ' s Rexall Drugs 193 344-7100 House of Carpet General Flooring Co. Rugs and Broadloom Vinyl Floors Ceramic Tiles 764 Washington St. 344-7200 Rainbow Girls Stoughton Assembly 91 Compliments of Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, inc. Stoughton Town Spa 4 Rose St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Wyman Jewelers 18 Wyman St. Stoughton, Mass. John J. Roger Son William J. Downey, Mgr. Insurance 344-9192 Good Luck to the Class of ' 67 Don Staula Plumbing Heating 344-4801 Best Wishes Linwood Furniture Co. 1763 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 194 551 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-9902 Our Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 The Stoughton Chronicle and News-Sentinel " Your hometown weekly newspaper " Compliments of Stoughton Hardware Co. Edgar ' s Complete Dept. Stores Downtown Brockton Fall River Shopping Center Good Luck to the Class of ' 67 From the Class of ' 68 Floyd H. Peterson Congratulations From the Class of ' 69 Congratulations From the Class of ' 70 Compliments of A Friend 195 ' Compliments of a Friend " Congratulations Class of ' 67 Ahern ' s Jewelers Opticians Opposite Town Hall Good Luck to the Class of ' 67 Pat Carrar Fred Parsons Twin-Kee Clothing Mfg. Co. inc. 720 Park St. Stoughton, Mass. Rainwear for the entire family Compliments of Joe Staula Plumbing Heating ' Compliments of a Friend " Compliments of F. C. Phillips inc. The world ' s largest manufacturer of athletic spikes and cleats Crevoia ' s 775 Washington St. Stoughton Tuxedo Rentals 344-3120 Huggard-Ewing 130 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Stan Huggard Compliments of Stoughton Diner Mary and Bruno Best Wishes Stoughton Auto Parts 1186 Washington St. Parts for all cars Corcoran Inc. Hunting, Fishing Camping Dorothy-Jean ' s Bakery 419 Washington St. Stoughton, Massachusetts 344-3994 Best Wishes to the Class of ' 67 John A. Kelley Used Cars James B. Cotter Funeral Home 39 Grove St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Simond ' s Chevrolet 196 Best of Luck Good Wishes Paul ' s Barber Shop Best Wishes from Pilgrim Oil Company 1763 Washington St. Stoughton Best Wishes from S. Hill Machine Co. 1296 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments Stoughton Laundry Est. 1911 Ouellet Pharmacy Inc. 756 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-3400 Compliments of Malcolm ' s Home Bakery 805 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-3051 344-9884 A M Atlantic Tony . . . Mannie 1589 Turnpike St. Stoughton Compliments of BPM Supermarket TEXACO Andy ' s Texaco Service 344-9941 On Route 139 Stoughton Compliments of Evzone Card Gift Shop Best Wishes Good Luck Abbot ' s Pharmacy Compliments of Arc Les Switch Company FUEipil EMpire 1-0960 iWW: Thomas B. Fahey Son Sales — Service Complete Systems Steam — Forced Hot Water — Warm Air Best Wishes to the Class of ' 67 Dorothy Frank Fenton, Florists 6 Wyman Street 344-3911 Congratulations to the Class of 1967 Eager Realty Bard ' s Hardware Supply 7 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-4022 197 Compliments of Edgar S. Malcolm Insurance Agency " Stoughton ' s Oldest Insurance Agency " Est. ' 1844 344-2563 Porter Coal Co. Inc. Fuel Oils — Oil Burners Installations Sales and Service Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Qass of ' 67 Rowland ' s TV " A home away from home " NORFOLK NURSING HOME Complete nursing facilities 94 Prospect St. 344-3645 Compliments of George ' s Restaurant 762 Washington St. Under the new management of Rodney S. Brooks Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 S. S. Garjian ' s Poultry Farm Best Wishes from Francis T. Crimmins Real Estate Insurance 94 Porter St. Stoughton 344-9631 Compliments of McDonald ' s 418 Washington St. Compliments of Roxie ' s Market Compliments of Chet Cohenno, Photography Compliments of Joe and Tom Joe ' s Shell Station Danny ' s Auto Service Dan Spicely, Proprietor Complete Auto Service 1317 Washington St. Compliments of Aram Bobigian Hair Stylist Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 Twin Beauty Salon Compliments of Anderson ' s Market Page Street Compliments of Vic ' s Sport Shop 399 Washington St. II 198 Compliments of LINE LUMBER COMPANY Sumner Street Stoughton, Mass. Best Wishes BOB ' S MARKET DUGGAN ' S LIQUORS THE STRIDE RITE SHOE Christopher ' s in Stoughton 344-5241 770 Washington St. Shoes for the Smart Set Compliments of THE BOOK SHOP 23 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. Best Wishes from THE CRUSADER STAFF Compliments of RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Stoughton Branch Pleasant Street Professional Patrons Melvyn B. Fine, M.D. David T. Mahony, M.D. Edward B. Gray Jr., M.D. John M. Crowe, M.D. Dr. Robert C. Horn Dr. Lewis Fritz A. William Buckley Jr., D.M.D. Marshall J. Brickell, D.D.S. Deacon Plumbing and Heating Co., Inc. Dentch Ford Inc. Cobb ' s Corner Pharmacy Warren Batchelder, Contractor 199 Patrons Parents of Thee, Editor Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I. Prior An Enemy (?) Mr. and Mrs. George E. Littlefield " Hojo Girl " Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hvoslef Homeroom B-3 1 1 D-102 says " Hi " Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Edmonston Mr. Samara Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hardy Frank and Gail Charles Davis and Son Louie ' s Barber Shop Future Teachers of America Mr. LeGrow and the Dance Band Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas R. Mutascio Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Lanza Future Lawyers of Period D Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Kelley Mr. Aalpoel Mr. Richard J. Hart Joe and Sandy Ronnie and Kathy Mr. and Mrs. Finn Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Diggin Mr. and Mrs. John G. Murray Eddie Toni Jimmy Betsy Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Tapper Miss Barbara Dinerman Mrs. Elizabeth Prophett Homeroom D-205 Pete Wallan Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Patterson Gert and Joe O ' Neill Jerry Kay Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sperandio Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Leonard Sharon Kevin Mr. and Mrs. James Boushell Nick. Ann, Bev, and Linda Pellegrino Alice. Pete, and Billy Bachant Elizabeth Doherty MDA Club The Staulas Basketball Team of ' 63 Mr. Galante Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Whalen Alkie and the Guys Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Manuel J. Rodrigues Joe Welch Coralee Mead Thadd Mr. Murph and the Guys Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kelley Danny Kathy Mr. Gregory and the P.S.S.C. Boys Miss Caruso Thomas J. McDermott Congratulations from the Guest Family Joe ' s Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Aheam Mr. Cabral ' s Mdnday-Lunch-Bunch Cindy Carl Mr. and Mrs. F. Paul Beaucaire " Where ' s Bert " The Tennis Champs " G " U.S.S. Harlin R. 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