Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)
- Class of 1968
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o Stoughton High School Stoughton, Massachusetts Photo by Frank Maioli CONTENTS DEDICATION SCHOOL LIFE ADMINISTRATION SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN FACULTY SPORTS ACTIVITIES PATRONS 3 " S-l-o 3 4 12 19 105 117 133 171 199 DEDICATION ARTHUR L. PENARDI Mr. Arthur L. Penardi is truly " Mr. Stoughton High. " A lifelong resident of Stoughton and a graduate of S.H.S. (He was on a football team that walloped Canton 34-0) he has served his alma mater l oyally. At Stoughton High, he has taught many subjects. He organized the physical education department as the first " gym " teacher, and was the first assistant principal in school history. The scope and variety of his duties over the years reflects the growth of the school in personnel, facilities, and curriculum. Mr. Penardi acquired his bachelor ' s and master ' s degrees at Boston University. His arrival at Stoughton High in 1948 followed a stint in the Navy. He has continued to serve his country, and has risen to the high rank of Captain in the U.S. Navy Reserve. At Stoughton High, generations of students have come to know him for his fairness, equanimity under pressure, and his genial personality despite the fact that he is literally looking at the worst side of things day in and day out. If anyone is truly for the " kids " it is our assistant principal. The editorial board is proud to dedicate the 1968 edition of the Stotonian to " Mr. Stoughton High " - Mr. Arthur L. Penardi. 3 J I . . . SUNDAY . . . I. ■ SB 1 mm " I 5 w e? on western front " . . . re- hashing yesterday ' s victory . . . echoing corri- dors . . . bells no one hears . . . lonely class- rooms . . . burning the midnight oil while doing your weekend assignments . . . Halfway mark . . . " What ' s for lunch? " . . . Cheeseburgers . . . No comment . . . potato chips are sold out . . . lunch time conventions . . . no more . . . four to a table . . . who cares? . . . twelve periods until Friday . . . . . . WEDNESDAY . . . TGIF . . . " Please— no homework " . . . Won ' t do it any- way . . . getting ready for this weekend ' s big game . . . three more periods to go . . . " What are you doing tomorrow night? " . . . last period . . . 2:07 . . . You ' ve Photo by Dave Clark . . SATURDAY . . . Starting time 1:30 ... students 50 cents . . . adults $1.00 . . . Stoughton versus . . . " G—oo-o o—o—o—oooo Stoughton! . . . Mr. Stanton ' s drill team . . . our majorettes . . . tie score . . . fourth quarter . . . Win or lose, S tough- ton ' s the GREATEST!. f I Photo by Dave Clark T 1 I ' I ■ ! Photo by Dave Clark . . . SATURDAY NIGHT . . . Big night at school. . . dance . . . " Beat the Bulldog Bop " . . . " Let it all Hang Out " . . . " Hollies and Happiness " ... Semi-formal... " Shop Hop " . . . sports jackets . . . Gay Street . . . At midnight, you turn into a pumpkin! SCHOOL COMMITTEE Standing: Dr. Whalen, Mr. Gibbons, Mr. VVinslow, Mr. Rist, Dr. Recupero. Seated: Mr. Hill, Mr. McGillicuddy. JOHN P. MCGILLICUDDY, CHAIRMAN KENNETH A. HILL. SECRETARY THOMAS A. RECUPERO. O. D. S. GEORGE M. RIST FRANCIS E. WINSLOW STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE 232 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02072 Dear Graduates: The Stoughton School Committee extends its sincere congratula- tions to you upon your reaching this milestone. You are successful people in the sense that you have achieved the primary goal of your youth. The next phase of life you enter will present for your consideration many in- justices and inequities which you will have an opportunity to resolve in an effort to make the world in which you live a better place for all people. You will be able to accomplish this because you have started with a background of success in attaining a difficult goal. In your search for personal fulfillment and a happy existence, your future experience will cause you to acquire further intellectual growth and greater mastery of individual talents. You will experience an increase in self confidence which will permit you to make judgments, and produce actions with greater self assurance. It is our hope that you will use your knowledge and talent to explore and develop those things which tend to unite people and transcend those things which divide them. You are entering a stage in your life which requires the accept- ance of adult responsibilities and self discipline if your generation ' s contribution to better circumstances of existence for all mankind is to be significant. We believe you have the strength of character and the integrity to accept the challenge facing you. We pledge our assistance to this end. May Divine Providence favor you all the days of your life. Sincerely , Stoughton School Committee 12 SUPERINTENDENT Dear Seniors: In his memorable poem, " The Road Not Taken, " Robert Frost underscores one of the major problems confronting today ' s high school graduates. On the one hand there is the oft-traveled road which offers comparative security, few risks, and still fewer challenges; the second road, the lesser-traveled path, is fraught with dangers and uncertainties. However, the traveler on the latter road is the person who usually makes a significant contribution to society. It is my hope as Superintendent of Schools that the Stoughton Public Schools have provided you with the kind of educational experience that will encourage you to seek out social problems, to assume civic respon- sibilities, and to challenge life ' s uncertainties. In short, hke the Man of LaMancha, I hope that you " dream the impossible dream. " In closing, may I extend to each one of you my sincerest wish for your future happiness and success. Sincerely, Joseph H. Gibbons 13 ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT Dear Graduates: In lieu of the standard congratulatory message to the graduating class, I wish that I could provide each of you with a tape of a recent television program starring Dr. Jerome Lettvin. This brilUant humanist, physician, and scientist from M.I.T. " tuned-in " for more than an hour with high school and college students on the problems they are currently facing. Dr. Lettvin urged these young people not to " cop " a plea from the human dilemma but to become an integral part of human history by staying " in " with mankind. It sometimes takes a man with Dr. Lettvin ' s ability to " tune-in " with young people to sharpen the focus on the sharing of responsibiUty be- tween the adults and students. If the education you have received in Stoughton has quickened your awareness of this inter-relationship, then the school has fulfilled one of its primary tasks; if you graduate without such an awareness, both you and the school have failed. I hope that each one of you is successful in your individual endeavor, and that you enjoy a fuU and rewarding Ufa. Yours sincerely, Thomas J. Whalen, Ed.D. PRINCIPAL To the Class of 1968: Congratulations! You have succeeded in achieving a real goal towards the fulfillment of a rewarding experience. You can now better understand the many obstacles which may confront you as you progress through life ' s dif- ficult ways. Your continued determination and sacrifice will realize for you many more happy returns. Good luck, and may your lives be fruitful and enjoyable. Sincerely, Peter J. Sperandio, Ed.D. 15 To the Class of 1968: As you take your place among the many graduates of Stoughton High School, you enter a world replete with challenge- challenge to your abihties, challenge to your dihgence, and chal- lenge to your values. The role of your home, your church, and your school has been to prepare you for this life of challenge. All three now look upon you with pride, with hope, and with expectation. In the measure that you succeed in meeting these challenges to a rewarding and useful Ufe, so our confidence in you will be fulfilled. Best wishes to each of you in all your endeavors. Sincerely, Robert J. McLaughlin MR. PENARDI Assistant Principal Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1968. Each of you has experienced joy and satisfaction in the realization that your years of study have resulted in the awarding of your High School Diploma. This achievement alone cannot sustain you throughout the rest of your Ufe and soon you will set new goals. It is my earnest hope that each of you will seek to serve your fellow man, for in this type of endeavour real happiness can be found. Sincerely, Arthur L. Penardi MR. MCLAUGHLIN Administrative Assistant MR. WILLIAMSON Director of Guidance To the Class of 1968: Important learning is rarely accidental. We learn best when have a clear purpose in mind and set out to accomplish it. Whether we continue our formal education or enter empl ment, our learning should continue. A happy, successful person will always have something to w( toward. Best wishes for a happy and successful future. Sincerely, 16 Albert C. Williamson GUIDANCE COUNSELORS Mr. Potoczak Mr. Prior Please report to the guidance office . . . through the swinging doors of " A " building . . . appointments . . . " Getting To Know You " . . . seniors are reminded that . . . PSAT ' s, SAT ' s, and achievements . . . no. 2 lead pen- cils . . . more sign-up sheets, test dates, scores . . . willing and eager to ad- vise—but it ' s your decision . . . check the bulletin board . . . catalogues un- limited . . . F period career forums . . . those deadlines . . . college accept- ances . . . and, always, the trouble with grades. We laughed at the announcements . . . missed the scheduled appoint- ments . . . half-heard the advice given in previous years . . . but, now, we remember the encouragement . . . and the inspiration ... the skilled know- ledge . . . the dedicated men and women of our guidance department . . . with gratitude. Mrs. Manchester Miss Morse 17 SENIORS JULIE C. WHALEN Vice-President OFFICERS The task of advising a class of our size is certainly not easy. Mr. Berry deserves credit for effectively directing the ideas and enthu- siasm of his seniors to achieve highly com- mendable results. If the class is to be success- ful in all it endeavors, it must function as a corporate entity. Together with our officers and executive committee, Mr. Berry has pro- moted this unifying sense of class spirit. Be- cause of such leadership, the class of 1968 may point with pride to a record of consider- able achievement which will serve to set a goal for future classes at Stoughton High School. EXECUTIVES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-James Troy, Daniel McGarry, Barbara Wamock, Jo-Ann Morse, Mary Sweeney, Jean Rogers, Jay Harrington, Kevin Klim, David Altieri, Warren Shore, Norma Brown, Colleen O ' Connor, Beverly Hern. (Missing: William Welch, Nancy Coulter, Andrea Courteau, Michael Terri Flaherty.) Kwedor, Ellen Green, Susan Polychrones, Jeanne Homer, MR. BERRY Class Advisor GLORIA M. AGUIAR " Gloria " . . . helpful . . . working at V.A. Hospital . . . " Born Free " . . . blue . . . steak and fried chicken . . . " Sorry about that, chief " . . . sewing . . . remembers Biology with Mr . Sarno ... a future nurse. ROBERTA J. ALLEN " Bobby " . . . found cashiering at the Diner . . . pink . . . chicken . . . " Oh crumb! " . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . remembers Mr. Edmons- ton ' s History Class . . . pet peeve — Activity Days . . . bah! ... A nurs- ing career is in Bobby ' s future. DAVID M. ALTIERI " The Kid " . . . found in the mail- room of Morse Shoe . . . red . . . pizza ... " A Little Bit Of Soul " . . . pool . . . bowling . . . " You know what they say! " . . . remembers Na- tional Watermelon Day ... a future lawyer or F.B.I, agent. MARIE T. ATKINSON " Marie " . . . found with Karen, Connie, and Colleen . . . " More " . . . fried clams . . . lively . . . peppy . . . yellow . . . " Dang it all! " . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . ambition — to be a secre- tary with a yellow convertible — of course!! 4 1 .1 KATHY E. BAILEY " Kat " . . . found in Dorchester or Mattapan . . . quiet . . . favorites: black, pizza, leather jackets . . . " Never My Love " . . . pet peeve — collegians . . . hopes to get married after graduation. 22 RAYMOND F. BALL " Ray " . . . found waiting for Bud . . . brown . . . likes pizza . . . fish- ing is his sport, and chess is his game ... an important member of our S.H.S. band . . . this track star is destined to go far. TIMOTHY E. BANKS " Banksie " . . . gold . . . " Never My Love " . . . will always remember Mr. Gregory ' s physics class . . . first year teachers irk him . . . weight- lifting, reading ... to become a suc- cessful businessman. KATHLEEN M. BICKFORD " Cathy " . . . curious and unpredicta- ble . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . " Born Free " . . . can be found al- most anywhere . . . " You ' re kid- ding! " . . . remembers Spanish II and summers in Hyannis . . . enjoys sew- ing and writing to the guys in Viet Nam ... a future R.N. KAREN BARNARD " K.B. " . . . found in the gym . . . pink . . . mountain climbing . . . cheerful . . . " Sharp! " . . . spaghetti and " Moon River " ... to be a physical education teacher. STEPHEN J. BLOOD " Hemo " . . . thoughtful . . . blue . . . " Yesterday " . . . chocolate ice cream . . . skiing, tennis, and read- ing. 23 JOSEPH M. BENOIT JR. " Joe " . . . easy-going, reserved . . . blue . . . bowling, golf, baseball, hockey, skiing, and football . . . spare ribs ... " I care, right? " . . . dreams of managing his own business some day. PATRICIA A. BOLTON " Patty " . . . found chasing rainbows . . . quiet but friendly . . . " Jeep- ers! " . . . guitars and folk music . . . remembers Mrs. Kauffman ' s class . . . aims to find the end of her rain- bow. STEPHEN A. BONARRIGO " Steve " ... a quiet guy . . . found at home or at work .... Herb Alpert songs . . . coin collecting . . . remembers on-the-road Driver Train- ing ... a future in engineering. PRISCILLA E. BOWKER " Cilia " . . . found working at the B.P.M. . . . friendly . . . blue . . . swimming . . . " Born Free " ... a future math teacher. ROBERT J. BROUGHTON " Joe " ... at the Canton B.P.M. . . . dark blue . . . food . . . " Light My Fire " . . . memories of Spanish I with Mr. Silva ... a future in the law. NORMA M. BROWN " Norma " . . . found in Falmouth on weekends . . . swimming and skiing . . . remembers Horseneck in the rain . . . blue and pizza . . . " Right! " . . . those top lockers! . . . " Wonderland by Night " . . . will make a fine teacher. ERICA C. BULMAN " Rikki " ... a happy gal . . . found in Brockton . . . " Keep cool, cool breeze " . . . olive green . . . dislikes waiting for a certain phone call . . . " Portrait of My Home " . . . cokes . . . digs skiing and swimming ... a future in nursing. KATHLEEN A. BUCKLEY " Kathy " . . . quiet and carefree . . . usually found with Joanne and Carol in a blue Chevy, or at the " Rabbit " . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . red . . . skiing . . . and Emeraude . . . Kathy will always remember the Jun- ior Prom . . . Future secretary . . . plans to be happy. 24 FRANCIS J. BURKE " Frank " ... on the tennis courts . . . blue . . . " Light My Fire " . . . club sandwiches and french fries . . . swimming, bowling, and tennis . . . playing the guitar . . . the " Johnson Syndrome " - — his pet peeve ... re- members the long labs in Chem II ... to become a scientist. BARBARA A. BURLEY " Barb " . . . imaginative and inquisi- tive . . . remembers Mr. Santoro ' s English class . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . " You know " . . . mod fashions and music . . . basketball, riding, photography ... a career in the airlines. RICHARD A. BURNIE . . . can be found in Plymouth . . . blue and potato chips . . . " Lady Jane " . . . fond memories of biology . . . " Oh yeah, sure! " . . . other fa- vorites: hunting, camping, skiing, and Nancy (?)... an engineering career in his future. JOYCE E. BUSCHENFELDT " Joyce " . . . found in a blue con- vertible . . . pink . . . fried clams . . . " Oh hey! " . . . " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " . . . remembers the Junior Prom ... pet peeve — school lunches and gym showers ... a fu- ture hairdresser. KEVIN J. CALLAHAN " Kevin " . . . witty . . . found at Joe ' s Shell . . . blue . . . " The Let- ter " . . . American chop suey . . . keeping his car going . . . homework . . . to be a mechanic. KATHLEEN A. BYRON " Katie " . . . bubbling vitality . . . tennis . . . car wash . . . pizza and A W root beer . . . sewing . . . pet peeve — being called Kathy . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . " Not too funny " . . . yellow . . . memories of a rainy day at Horseneck and a wonderful weekend . . . to be a teacher. 25 JOANNE CARRARA " Jo " . . . found with Carol and Kathy in a blue Chevy . . . gold and brown . . . " But you don ' t under- stand! " . . . " Midnight Hour " . . . The Rabbit . . . Newport, R.I. . . . flip-top collection . . . friendly, out- going . . . forever riding on an empty gas tank ... a future medical secretary. JOHN B. CARRIE " John " ... at Fernandes . . . green . . . " Gloria " . . . likes steak and money . . . " Walk softly and carry a big stick " . . . remembers Mr. T ' s junior year print shop . . . enjoys fishing, boating, shooting pool and playing cards ... a future in the Navy. DOROTHY M. CASE " Dolly " . . . fun-loving and mischie- vous . . . " Are you for real? " . . . blue . . . pizza and hotdogs . . . rid- ing and swimming . . . " Never My Love " . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . pet f eeve — English! . . . marriage is her goal. BARBARA A. CASH " Barb " . . . usually found riding around . . . blue . . . " Sonny " . . . remembers freshman year and Junior Prom . . . " Really! " . . . driving and tennis . . . quiet and friendly . . . simple happiness is her goal. DIANNE S. CHAMPION " Di " . . . slightly crazy . . . found in the gym . . . cheeseburgers . . . memories of Horseneck in the rain . . . " Are you kidding? " . . . softball . . . to be happy. RONALD W. CHANDLER " Ron " . . . found driving a blue Chevy . . . green . . . favorite food is S.H.S. Cafeteria ' s hot dogs! . . . " Let ' s Hang On " ... pet peeve is English teachers . . . remembers playing " pig " with Mr. Allman . . . to be an engineer. 26 EDWARD J. CHENCUS " Chunky " . . . good times are found with Chunky ... at Bone ' s house . . . blue . . . " 96 Tears " . . . fishing at Scargo Lake . . . " Seriously now " . . . remembers Class " B " Champs of ' 67 . . . Oh, those tackling drills. LINDA A. CHUTE " Linda " . . . feminine and quiet . . . found working at Dr. Wolf ' s animal hospital . . . " The Quest " ... art classes . . . Chinese food . . . dis- likes unfriendly people . . . " Yeh, well, ah " . . . to be a veterinarian. ERIC C. CHIPMAN " Chip " . . . found around the school . . . " Si, senor " . . . green . . . " Come Back When You Grow Up, Girl " . . . that Spanish III class! . . . spaghetti ... a future elementary teacher. JAMES J. CIULLA " Jimmy " . . . considerate and sincere . . . found with Chris . . . remem- bers the Junior Prom . . . green . . . " Never My Love " . . . Italian food . . . English teachers from Iowa . . . hockey and shooting pool ... a fu- ture doctor. 27 SHEILA L. CHURCHILL . . . found at the Stoughton Diner . . . blue . . . " Angel Baby " . . . " Right " . . . likes Chinese food . . . Senior Reception 1967 . . . swimming . . . dislikes rude people . . . always fun to have around ... a future hairdresser. FRANK S. CLARK " Bones " . . . found at football prac- tice . . . blue . . . " 96 Tears " . . . fried clams, fishing, and Scargo Lake . . . remembers Class " B " Champs of ' 67 . . . hates grass drills . . . ambi- tion is to be happy. r 1 SANDRA A. CLARX " Sandie " . . . quiet . . . found almost any place after school . . . collecting junk . . . blue . . . hamburgers . . . " You crazy teenagers " . . . Mr. O ' Keefe ' s classes . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . her goal is to be happy and successful. WILLIAM F. CLARK " Willie " . . . our Mr. President . . . friendly and sincere . . . " Well! " . . . fried clams and the Cape . . . " 96 Tears " . . . remembers the Canton game . . . hates grass drills . . . would like to get a good paying, easy job. JUDITH E. CLIFFORD " Judi " . . . downtown . . . " Light My Fire " . . . steaks and french fries . . . horseback riding . . . " thanks a bunch " . . . trying to forget " Prob- lems " ... a future secretary. HELENA CLOW " Cupid " . . . dependable and friendly . . . found helping others . . . Mr. Stott ' s room and the Goddard Hospi- tal ... " Is that all you have to worry about? " . . . remembers being a student representative at the U.N. ... a future career girl. DONNA M. COSTA " Dawn " . . . carefree and friendly ... in the gym twirling the baton . . . yellow . . . " Soldier Boy " . . . the Righteous Brothers . . . " Are you for real? " . . . Italian food and hot dogs . . . enjoys sports, football games . . . remembers showing up at the first game not in uniform . . . would like to travel. IVY J. COBBETT " Ivy " . . . " Cherish " . . . yellow . a certain boy from Brockton . hates getting up in the morning . " Unbelievable! " . . . hopes to happy and successful. be 28 ROBERT L. COSTA " Bob " . . . can be found riding around . . . blue . . . " The Letter " . . . remembers Mr. T ' s print shop and English III with Mr. O ' Keefe ... a future in electronics. ANDREA M. COURTEAU " Andi " . . . with the other three . . . " Darlin Be Home Soon " . . . week- ends in Falmouth! . . . writing to a certain sailor . . . Horseneck in the rain . . . monkeys . . . pet peeve — ' 58 station wagon . . . talkative . . . ambition — to be taken seriously just once. JUNE M. COSTELLO . . . serious and friendly . . . " June " can be found at home or at the drug store . . . orchid . . . " The Impossi- ble Dream " . . . Petula Clark . . . ice cream . . . enjoys dancing, rec- ords, and sewing . . . remembers her U.S. History class ... a future in data-processing. EDWARD PERRY COX " Hoss " . . . found on the football field or at Bone ' s house . . . " 96 Tears " . . . blue . . . fishing . . . likes all food . . . those tackling drills! . . . to be happily successful. 29 NANCY A. COULTER . . . found in the IBM room at school . . . will always remember wearing her dress backwards to Eng- lish II . . . the color green . . . Richie . . . " Sunny " . . . likes steak . . . pet peeve is a ' 59 black Buick, and blondes. MARY E. CRAIG " Mary " . . . fun-loving and lively . . . can be found cheering for the boys . . . fond memories of the car wash and those senior parties . . . pizza and Chinese food . . . " Incense and Peppermint " . . . yellow and English Leather . . . pet peeve, Carl La Civita . . . ambition is to travel and be happy. JOHN T. CRAWFORD . . . found at the paint store . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . pizza . . . " What do you say? " . . . reading, eating and spending money ... pet peeve — R.E.F.Z. . . . remembers Mr. Berry ' s classes . . . John counts on being successful in all that he at- tempts (except spelling). THERESA M. CRONIN " Terry " . . . friendly and contented . . . found with her friends . . . " Yesterday " . . . steak and ice cream . . . remembers her first day at S.H.S. and going to school by bus . . . " Good grief! " ... a future Eng- lish teacher. CAROL A. CUMMINGS " Shorty " . . . found with a certain Mike . . . " Cool it " . . . " You dummy " . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . water ski- ing . . . those top lockers . . . wants to be happy. PAUL F. DAGENAIS " Dag " . . . working at Roxie ' s red . . . " Hang On Sloopy " steak . . . sports . . . model cars to be a civil engineer. ELIZABETH K. DAHLROOS " Betty " . . . easy-going and fun to be with ... a certain South Boston guy . . . Thanksgiving game " 66 . . . blue and " Alfie " . . . Chinese and Italian food . . . hates bossy people . . . " Sorry about that, chief . . . Some boss will get a fine secretary. 30 JEANNE E. DAWE " Jeanne " . . . found in a black " 62 Che 7 . . . green . . . likes fried clams and french fries . . . " There, I ' ve said it again " . . . skiing and sewing . . . dislikes cars that keep stalling . . . our favorite secretary hopes to be happy. It MARJORIE T. DEAN " Margie " . . . enthusiastic and exu- berant . . . found at the Diner with the kids . . . such a laugh ... an un- forgettable girl who thoroughly en- joys life . . . " Apple, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie " ... a blue Volks- wagen . . . " Cool it " . . . pink . . . as a secretary, Marge is sure to find happiness and success. PAULINE N. DEAN " Polly " . . . shy and quiet . . . with a certain out-of-towner . . . " How Can I Be Sure " . . . Pepsi and pizza . . . blue . . . pet peeve — school . . . a future hairdresser. PETER P. DELOREY " Pete " . . . red and roast beef . . . " Mickey ' s Monkey " . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . pet peeve — doubtful teachers ... a future pro- grammer. JAMES F. DELOUGHREY " Duke " . . . free and easy . . . that deceptive smile . . . " You Only Live Once! " . . . " Universal Soldier " . . . green and skiing . . . pet peeve — school! . . . would like to be a gang- ster (?). ANTHONY J. DiBENEDITTO " Tony " . . . sportsminded . . . found at cross-country practice . . . red and steak . . . " Wanna bet? " ... re- members Mr. Sarno ' s biology . . . dislikes nasty teachers ... to become an electrician. VALERIE J. DEMBROWSKY " Hey, V.D.! " . . . independent and mature . . . navy blue . . . yellow ' Vets, Russian novels and Boston, Mass. . . . " Urge For Goin ' " ... Ravi Shankar . . . " Thud! " ... re- members wash bottle fights in Chem I and mutilating those cats! . . . wants to be aware of every second of life as it goes by. 31 1 DANIEL S. DINOLO ' " Dan " . . . easy-going . . . usually found talking with Mr. C. after school . . . blue and anything hut Italian food . . . Celtics ... pet peeves — phony intellectuals . . . am- bition is to get rich quick. ANDREA R. DION " Andy " . . " Brother " . ing around Monday " . quiet and subtle . . . . usually found wander- Boston . . . " Monday, . digs writing and art . above all wants to be happy. J JAMES J. DIRENZO " Jim " . . . shy ... at home or play- ing sports . . . red . . . " Up. Up and Away " . . . spaghetti, ravioli and pizza . . . Red Sox and Bruins . . . anything to do with sports ... re- members running the 100 yd. dash against Foxboro ... to be a success in his chosen career. 32 EILEEN C. DOMINICK . . . mischievous . . . found always with Mike . . . " Don ' t Worry Baby " . . . " What am I going to do now? " . . . will never forget Mr. Holbert ' s chem class and twirling at our foot- ball games . . . blue . . . root beer and strawberry sundaes . . . Red Sox . . . pet peeve — answering questions . . . to be happy and successful. JOY E. DOXTADER " J.E.D. " . . . always smiling . . . usually found in a certain white ' 63 Super Sport . . . " Something Stupid " . . . remembers Bookkeeping I . . . " Ya, I know! " . . . pet peeve is the Boston accent . . . just wants to be happy. LINDA J. DOYLE Linda . . . easy-going . . . " Never My Love " . . . found at Ma ' s with a certain boy . . . scuba diving and horseback riding . . . " Right! " . . . to be a stewardess. SUSAN L. DRAGO " Suzy " . . . found at George ' s Res- taurant with a friend . . . conserva- tive and sensitive . . . dislikes grumpy teachers . . . Mr. LaVelle ' s French classes . . . " Wicked! " . . . Suzy would like to go to France some day. LORETTA A. DUCOTT " Lori " . . . found almost anywhere . . . blue . . . talkative, fun-loving and likeable . . . " Hot ticket " . . . " 500 Miles " . . . will always remem- ber the summer of ' 66 . . . lobster and Captain Crunch . . . " EEEK! " ... a future hippie?? . . . maybe. PAUL J. DUCOTT " P.D. " . . . likeable and easy-going . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . remembers Senor Silva ' s Spanish II class . . . pet peeve — his sister, Lori ... " I guess! " ... a future pharma- cist. 33 1 PAUL D. DUGAN . . . quiet with good sense of humor . . . usually found at Roxie ' s Market . . . " Paint It Black " ... the Hol- lies, blue, steak . . . hates haircuts and distracting noises . . . plays baseball and the guitar . . . looking forward to graduation and seeing the world. MICHAEL J. DYKEMAN " Mike " . . . easy to get along with . . . found pumping gas with Kevin . . . " Amazing! " . . . green . . . hunting . . . " Rain Drops " . . . pet peeve- — beating that 8:00 o ' clock bell . . . would like to graduate from S.H.S. ROBERT DUNN " Dun-Dunn " . . . " Express yourself! " . . . always active . . . the Functions . . . fried clams . . . Bob will always remember National Watermelon Day . . . skiing . . . blue . . . found in his green bus with Doanne . . . his band . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . wants to major in Chemistry . . . will never forget Mr. Holbert ' s labs . . . to be a science teacher. CHARLES R. EDWARDS " Chuck " ... in Norwood . . . blue . . . cheeseburgers . . . " Never My Love " . . . playing his guitar . . . driving his car . . . has lots of mem- ories to forget . . . dislikes stuck-up people . . . to be happy. WILLIAM E. DYKE JR. " Buddy " . . . likes golf and the Red Sox . . . " Cherish " . . . fire red, papa cheeseburgers and root beer . . . will always remember the rubber stopper fight in Chem I . . . found living it up after school with Mr. C ... a future optometrist. ROBERT EDMUNDS " Bo " . . . can be found uptown, working, or fixing cars . . . blue . . . " Come Back When You Grow Up, Girl " . . . " Say, man " . . . hobbies include cars, girls, and money. 34 ANN FALLON " Annie " ... a love of life ... al- ways having a ball . . . " End it " . . . brownies and vanilla cokes . . . " Somewhere " . . . writing letters and making friends . . . yellow . . . found at Murph ' s Big Freeze . . . Ann, a future medical secretary. MACDONALD R. EVANS " Mac " . . . impatient . . . found downtown . . . " House of the Rising Sun " . . . coffee . . . " Go Without! " . . . dislikes slow drivers ... re- members the lunches at S.H.S. ... a new Ford. ROBERT J. FAUNCE " Bob " . . . " Say man! " . . . " Little Ole IVIan " ... a tremendous friend . . . will never forget Chem I or Mr. Holbert . . . remembers the Red Sox and his World Series tickets . . . wants to enjoy life. WILLIAM FEDEROWICH (FEDORA) " Bill " . . . quiet . . . found at home or hunting . . . blue . . . " What ' s new? " . . . " Blue Velvet " . . . veni- son . . . fishing . . . pet peeve — homework ... a success in anything he attempts. MARGARET FERNANDES " Peggy " . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . found cheering for the boys . . . with a certain blue-eyed senior . . . blue . . . Chinese food . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . " Sure! " . . . sewing and swimming . . . pet peeve — top lock- ers! . . . to be a medical secretary. 35 MARY T. FLAHERTY " Terri " . . . pretty and popular . . . blue . . . " Go Away Little Girl " . . . the queen of our Junior Prom . . . Cape Cod . . . ambition to be a fash- ion buyer. STEPHEN W. FORRESTER " Munch " . . . can be found just hanging around . . . green . . . pota- toes . . . " ' Fakin ' it " . . . pet peeve — mothers who ask why you didn ' t have any homework . . . Steve hopes to be a success in the field of archi- tecture. JANET E. FOSTER " Tiger " . . . nutty and fun ... a certain boy in R.I. . . . " Never My Love " . . . burgundy . . . would like to graduate . . . and be successful. GAIL A. FRAZIER " Fraze " . . . found at Whitey ' s Home Bakery . . . quiet and sensitive . . . likes brown, pizza, and liver . . . " House of the Rising Sun " . . . plays guitar . . . Gail plans to become an I.B.M. engineer. VIRGINIA C. FRENCH " Jinny " . . . easy-going . . . talkative ... at field hockey practice or with Paul . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . bubble gum and life savers . . . horseback riding . . . remembers Mr. Edmonston ' s history class . . . " Maintain your cool! " ... pet peeve is " runny " nylons ... to become a beautician or medical secretary. SHARYN A. FURTADO . . . talkative . . . found at the Stoughton Diner . . . green . . . " Black is Black " . . . " Right! " . . . Chinese food . . . pet peeve is getting up in the morning ... to succeed. JUNE M. FRIETAS " Tiny " . . . talkative . . . friendly . . . found with the girls . . . blue . . . " The Letter " . . . " And I might! " . . Italian food . . . dislikes getting up early ... a happy future. 36 CYNTHIA A. GALLAGHER " Cindy G. " . . . quiet ... in a red convertible at the A W . . . red and orange . . . Sonny and Cher, and the Beach Boys . . . sports . . . sewing . . . " That ' s unfortunate! " . . . pet peeve is people who are late ... to be happy. MARJORIE E. GAIBL " Margie " . . . sweet and feminine . . . blue . . . remembers driver-ed on the road with Mr. Fiore . . . one of her favorites is a certain math teacher . . . dislikes homework and discourteous people . . . wants to live life to the fullest. JEFFREY GAMBRAZZIO " Jeff " . . . found under a hood or over Linda ' s . . . " Dream Lover " . . . blue . . . " Right! " . . . eggplants . . . hobby is cars . . . remembers Mr. Daly ' s classes . . . wonders why a certain person is always late ... to be an electrician. LINDA M. GARGIULO " Lucky " . . . remembers her volun- teer work at the V.A. Hospital . . . dislikes people who stand in the halls and talk when you ' re trying to get to class . . . pink . . . wants to make people happy. JOYCE GAWRYS Joyce . . . always talking . . . bub- bling with joy . . . skiing . . . green . . . " Groovy Kind of Love " . . . senior parties ... ski club . . . car wash . . . pet peeve — " Nutrement " commercials . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . to be a merchandiser. JUDITH A. GARRICK " Judy " . . . friendly and a bit nutty . . . driving a maroon Oldsmobile . . . blue . . . " Born Free " . . . french fries . . . Charlie ' s grave . . . " What do you want, an award? " ... re- members the day the field hockey team went to Mansfield instead of King Phillip . . . to be an R.N. 37 ORENE J. GERRIG " Rene " . . . found in Mattapan . . . yellow and Chinese food . . . " Be serious " . . . sewing . . . " If I Were a Carpenter " . . . remembers " The King and 1 " ... a future dental as- sistant. REGINA F. GIBBONS " Reg " ... a sophisticate with a smile . . . laughable and likeable . . . found at the Diner . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . " knock on wood " . . . winter skiing . . . pizza . . . waiting for people is her pet peeve . . . ten- nis ... will always remember the Junior Prom . . . yellow . . . Spa- ghetti Supper . . . ambition is to be happy. WALTER H. GILLPATRICK . . . found around the gym . . . baseball and basketball . . . green . . . " Sure! " . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . Mr. Holbert ' s Chem Class — unforgettable! . . . explosions . . . always in mischief . . . pet peeve — teachers who have " pets " . . . pizza . . . Walter, a sure success in any- thing attempted. ALAN G. GINSBURG " Al " . . . found at Roxie " s or on the road . . . blue . . . " Summer Wine " . . . favorite food? " Anything! " . . . remembers his biology classes . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . dis- likes people with loud mouths! . . . wants to be wealthy. MARY M. GLASSFORD . . . found at the Canton Lanes . . . " Right! " . . . " All most! " . . . senti- mental and talkative . . . " Cherish " ... a future nurse. 38 RONALD M. GORE " Ronnie " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . quiet . . . motorcycles . . . ski- ing . . . red . . . " Till There Was You " . . . " Right! " . . . cheeseburg- ers and cokes ... ski club . . . pet peeve — homework! . . . Ronnie plans a future in engineering. BRADLEE B. GRAVES JR. " Brad " . . . easy-going and fun- loving . . . pizza . . . red . . . Red Sox and Celtic games . . . " Hey, dynamite!! " . . . " Never My Love " . . . school lunches . . . Oh, those Monday mornings! . . . with the guys at Mr. C ' s . . . D203 World Series games, too . . . biology notebooks . . . there is a future of easy living for Brad (he hopes!). ELLEN P. GREEN " Ellen " . . . talkative . . . perpetu- ally late!! . . . fou nd seeking help . . . or twirling . . . " Soul and In- spiration " . . . blue . . . majorettes and sports . . . clam sandwiches . . . " You clam! " ... remembers pithing frogs with M.O. . . . and those Alge- bra II parties! . . . pet peeve — trig preliminaries . . . to be happy. GUSTANTUS F. GRIGAS " Gus " . . . keen, alert . . . witty! . . . found at work or at Jan ' s house . . . blue . . . Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones and " Satisfaction " ... " I don ' t believe it! " . . . enjoys playing the guitar . . . memories of fire drills . . . moment of meditation ... a successor to Rudolph Nureyev . . . or to be a physicist. KATHLEEN A. GROVER " Kathy " . . . talkative . . . found at Star Mark et . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . tuna fish . . . " Really! " . . . Oh, those gym classes . . . to be a secretary. PAULA L. GRUBENSKAS " Paula " . . . found with friends . . . bowling and roller skating . . . hates conceited people . . . remembers the " King and I " . . . blue . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . to be a teacher. 39 WILLIAM L. GUDINAS " Willie " . . . easy-going ... at work or home . . . blue . . . stamp collect- ing . . . " Good! " . . . " Daydream " . . . enjoys those study halls . . . pet peeve — his nick-name ... to become an electrician. FREDERICK B. HAGAR ' " Fred " . . . found working at Mc- Donald ' s . . . blue . . . " Blue Vel- vet " . . . dislikes teachers who dic- tate . . . remembers running cross- country. WILLIAM HAMMEL " Billy " . . . loyal and trustworthy . . . found working . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . pizza . . . " Neat! " . . . building cars ... to be head man in a body shop. JOYCE HAGAR " Joycie " ... at work . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . bowling and golf . . . " Oh, for crying out loud! " ... re- members Mr. Galante " s math class . . . pet peeve is phonies . . . would like to own a horse. JAMES A. HANRAHAN " Zonk " . . . easy to get along with . . . blue . . . " Funky Broadway " . . . building model cars . . . pizza . . . remembers building of the new addition ... to work in the post office. 40 DAVID C. HALL . . . quiet . . . found at Roxie ' s mar- ket after school . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . enjoys chess and photog- raphy. JAY HARRINGTON " Jay " . . . polished and refined . . . blue . . . dislikes liars . . . " Cut the wuh! " . . . " For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her " ... to raise a good family ... a real ambition for Jay. EDWARD D. HARWOOD " Ed " . . . blue . . . " C ' mon " . . . steak . . . On-The-Road Driver-Ed . . . school lunches (?) ... would like to go into ranger management in the division of forestry. SARAH HAUSAMMANN " Sarah " . . . quiet . . . found in a green and black Mustang ... a cer- tain O.A. boy ... pet peeve — homework . . . blue . . . " White Rabbit " . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom ... to be a dental hy- genist. FRANCIS X. HEFFERNAN " Fran " . . . remembers biology labs and art classes . . . brown . . . " Sgt. Pepper ' s Lonely Hearts Club Band " . . . Bob Dylan, Simon Garfunkle . . . ambition — to stay alive. JAMES A. HEMPHILL " Hempy " . . . perpetually hungry . . . found in town . . . green . . . water skiing, skin diving and horse- back riding . . . " Surfin ' U.S.A. " . . . " I could care less! " . . . remembers finding something left in his locker . . . pet peeve — school ... to grad- uate and be successful. BEVERLY A. HERN " Bev " . . . friendly and cheerful . . . enjoys sports . . . majorettes . . . loves spaghetti . . . remembers shoot- ing for the wrong basket . . . " You must be kidding! " . . . " Born Free " ... a future airline stewardess. SUSAN M. HILL " Susie " . . . serious and sincere . . . enjoys walking on an empty beach . . . found at Braemor Nursing Home . . . " Don ' t Let the Sun Catch You Crying " . . . navy blue . . . and chocolate cake . . . to be a nurse. 41 WAYNE M. HOADLEY " Worm " . . . found on stage . . . memories of the ' 66 Tournament of Plays . . . green . . . steak . . . " Cherish " . . . playing pool . . . dis- likes homework on weekends and vacations. FRANK L. HINDS " Hymie " . . . tall and cool ... " I Like It " . . . hamburgers, cars, and girls . . . would like to forget school lunches . . . " Never My Love " . . . dislikes shaving sideburns ... to be a writer. LEONARD R. HOLMES " Lenny " . . . found at Crescent Al- leys . . . memories of the Car Wash . . . " Georgy Girl " . . . red . . . quiet and sincere . . . pizza . . . wants to be a success. JEANNE K. HOMER " Jeanne " . . . green . . . " Are you serious? " . . . skiing and horseback riding . . . love thos e senior parties! . . . " You ' ve Lost That Lovin ' Feel- ing " ... pet peeve — Chemistry . . . sweet memories of the Junior Prom. JANIS HOWLAND " Jan " . . . ready, willing, and able . . . yellow . . . " Bom Free " . . . hates restrictions . . . Cape Cod and summer . . . Canada . . . teacher out west . . . loves to travel and drive. 42 MARION E. HUGO " Mike " . . . fun-loving and friendly . . . usually found working at the Stoughton Drug Store . . . favorites are anything but school food . . . " Puff the Magic Dragon " . . . sewing and roller skating . . . memories of Chemistry in C-104 ... to be a teacher. KEVIN B. HUNT " Keek " . . . ragii and spaghetti . . . remembers the Spaghetti Supper . . . " Keek is cool " . . . building camp- fires in the moonlight . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . pet peeve — C. John- son (?)... " You Only Live Once " ... to maintain the cool. SUSAN L. IWANOSKI " Sue " . . . " Good morning, this morning " . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . found in old Southie . . . having fun . . . Newport, R.I. . . . swim- ming and boys . . . dislikes un- friendly people ... to work in Bos- ton City Hall. BRUCE W. JACKMAN " Bruce " . . . found in the gym . . . sincere and likeable . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . remembers Espanol II . . . basketball . . . just hanging around . . . loves getting up morn- ings?? . . . " Eight Miles High " . . . athletic ... to stay single, live and like it! " . . . and they told me it was stag. " 43 CRAIG N. JAMESON . . . at the B.P.M. in Randolph . . . red . . . " Light My Fire " . . . pizza subs . . . " You have to be kidding " . . . cars . . . electronics ... re- members the first day of school, sophomore year ... to be a radio technician. ELLEN G. JOHNSON . . . found with a certain blue-eyed blond . . . blue . . . " Ladybird " . . . clams . . . enjoys playing the guitar . . . " Stop tickling me ' . " . . . sand and surf . . . dislikes cigars . . . memories of her junior year gym classes ... to be an efficient secre- tary. TONI A. JARDIN " T.J. " ... a cute kid, bubbling with laughter . . . found at the Diner with the girls . . . neckties . . . deep sea fishing . . . " Urge For Going " . . . blue . . . sharply dressed boys . . . D.C.! . . . " Oh, really? " ... a fu- ture naval officer. STEPHEN H. JOHNSON " Steve " . . . blue and yellow . . . D.J. ' s doughnuts . . . " For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her " ... the " Johnson Syndrome " will prevail! . . . will always remember " Smirnoff " . . . folk acid, liquid rock and D lan Thomas ... to live a life free of care and responsibility, devoid of all dead- lines and due dates . . . why not? 44 CHRISTOPHER E. JOHNSON " C.J. " . . . " Elmer " . . . found on the field . . . " Right, yah. right " . . . steak and potatoes . . . watching the girls . . . will always remember win- ning the Class " B " Baseball Cham- pionship in 1967 . . . hates home- work . . . muscular, tough, athletic, and modest ... (so he says) ... a fine teacher and coach. RALPH W. JONES " Jones " . . . outspoken and quick- tempered . . . found at the Diner . . . blue . . . skiing . . . school holidays . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . remembers Mr. Murphy ' s studies . . . would like to see the smoking rule abolished at S.H.S. ANDREW E. JORDAN " Andy " . . . impatient ... up town . . . blue . . . " Oh, man! " . . . girls . . " The End of the World " . . . remembers coming in late for Mr. Murphy ' s class ... to be an engi- neer. MAUREEN A. KEARNS " Moe " . . . working at the Court House . . . blue . . . sports . . . " Ya, okay " . . . Mr. G ' s Subs . . . " When a Man Loves a Woman " ... re- members her first day at S.H.S. . . . to be a teacher or social worker. KATHLEEN KELLEY " Kathy " . . . may be found at home . . . unpredictable . . . " Keep your cool! " . . . blue and X.K.E. ' s . . . " Midnight Hour " . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . Guitar and art . . . would like to see her rock group suc- ceed. LESLIE A. KELLY " Les " . . . found at Nauset Beach . . . blonde and lovely . . . surfing and sailing . . . likes clam chowder and Boston . . . " San Francisco " . . . " Humph " . . . does things on impulse . . . wants to live near the ocean. GAIL A. KENNEDY " Gail " . . . quiet and serious ... a future psychologist . . . quite the ath- lete . . . blue . . . remembers those fantastic labs in Chem I ... a pas- sion for hamburgers and chocolate frappes . . . pet peeve — those English essays! LORRAINE L. KENNEY . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . playing the guitar . . . quiet, surprising . . . pet peeve is pens which give out dur- ing a test . . . ambition is to become a teacher. DEBORAH J. KNOWLES . . . usually found in E-205 ... re- members the Junior Prom . . . pink . . . " Cloudy " . . . lasagna . . . likes sewing and singing . . . ambitious, friendly, cooperative . . . plans a ca- reer in physical therapy for the men- tally retarded. CARLA H. KREIMER Carla . . . working at Sears . . . friendly . . . skiing . . . " Huh? " . . . car wash ... ski club . . . quiet . . . pet peeve — getting up at 6:30 a.m. . . . yellow and orange . . . senior parties . . . dogs and Volkswagens ... a future secretary. PETER J. KOLBE " Pete " . . . hard working ... a profi- cient guitarist . . . Chinese food . . . blue . . . " Walk, Don ' t Run " . . . " That ' s all I got to say " . . . likes cars, rockets, and girls (not neces- sarily in that order) . . . would like to become a draftsman. 46 MARK S. KWEDOR " Mark " . . . conservative and likea- ble .. . found in the locker room . . . football . . . blue . . . " To Sir With Love " ... pet peeve — grass drills . . . Spanish . . . will always remember Flag Day . . . basketball . . . to go to collcpc. REGINA C. KREMGOLD " Reggie " . . . easy-going and rela- tively conservative . . . found at Brigham ' s . . . " Ching a Ching Ching Ching " . . . " And the Beat Goes On " . . . " You farmer! " . . . lobster . . . designing and painting ... a future in home economics. MICHAEL J. KWEDOR " Mike " . . . found at Jay ' s house or on the field . . . remembers stabbing the sixth-graders with FLAGS!! . . . " What ' s the story here? " . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . dislikes grass drills . . . to be a Marine. CARL F. LACIVITA . . . blue and pork chops . . . found collecting senior class dues . . . " Never My Love " . . . hobbies here- with censored . . . pet peeve — Mary Craig ... to join the Air Force. LINDA M. LANE " Babes " . . . fun-loving, friendly . . . enjoys Chinese food and pizza . . . Found at Stoughton Diner or with a certain special fella . . . " Ain ' t this somethin? " . . . surfing . . . boy- watching . . . blue . . . " Your Cheatin ' Heart " . . . future ambition is to be an L.P.N. 47 RONALD C. LARGE " Ron " . . . found at work . . . blue . . . " Forget it! " . . . dislikes narrow- minded people . . . " Ode to Billy Joe " . . . remembers Mr. Ed ' s studies . . . Ron wants to see the world. WADE F. LEBLANC " The Philosopher " . . . " Bonne foi " , sincere . . . found assisting Mr. Gregory . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . those endless labs . . . " Oh, no! " . . . music and art ... blue . . . Diana Ross and the Su- premes . . . dislikes rushing things ... a future architect. ALPHIA V. LENO " Alfie " . . . flirtatious and friendly . . . green (as in Canton High) . . . " Alfie " plays a sick guitar and twirls a warped baton ... is usually found in Bruce ' s broken down car . . . am- bition in life is to marry a thick- headed Scot (?). SUSAN E. LITTLEFIELD " Sue " . . . talkative, impulsive . . . " Hi guys! " . . . blue and lasagna . . . usually found after school in front of a T.V. set ... dancing, collecting, and boys . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . dislikes all homework and all tests . . . hopes to be successful. JO ANNE LOAN " Jo " . . . found at the Goddard . . . won " t forget football games . . . " Windy " . . . blue . . . The Associa- tion . . . " strange! " . . . quiet??? . . . pet peeve is waiting in lines . . . to be a future commercial artist. CATHERINE M. LONERGAN " Cathi " . . . fastidious . . . with C.M.M. . . . yellow . . . " Gene and Debbie " . . . hamburgers and cokes . . . " Now what am I gonna do? " . . . remembers her typing class . . . to be an L.P.N. 48 JUDITH M. LORD " Big Red " . . . our beloved editor — " Crack that whip! " . . . found any- where but there . . . " Huh? " ... a rowdy gum-chewer . . . navy blue . . . " Repent! " in B109 . . . " Chaaa " . . . sailing down at the Cape . . . Soul . . . lobster . . . lives for the sum- mer . . . " My Girl " ... to get the most out of life. MARY C. LYNCH Mary . . . found with Kathy, Lou, and Sweeney . . . gold ... ski club . . . will always remember the Christmas Dance ' 66 . . . lively . . . full of pep . . . majorettes . . . Sen- ior Car Wash . . . " Kinda nice " . . . lasagna and ice cream . . . pet peeve — Mondays . . . wishes to be happy. JANICE MAHONEY " Janice " . . . quiet . . . found with Marianne . . . remembers the car wash and tobogganing down Chemung Hill at midnight . . . green . . . ' " Some Enchanted Evening " . . . favorite food? " Anything with ketchup! " . . . " that stupid cat! " . . . to be a nurse. DIANNE L. MACKYS " Dianne " . . . found in Mr. G ' s labs . . . " If you really want to know! " . . . easy-going, always smiling . . . enjoys swimming and reading . . . fu- ture math teacher. CHARLENE V. MAKER . . . can be found in Boston — Cam- bridge . . . purple ... " I don ' t be- lieve it! " . . . flowers and fur coats . . . " I ' m So Glad " . . . reading and just watching people. 49 CHARLES T. MacNEIL " Charlie " . . . working in South Bos- ton . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . " Keep your cool! " . . . golf ... re- members his senior English class . . . pet peeve — teachers ... to be a mil- lionaire. STEPHEN G. MAKRIS " Red " . . . " Cherish " . . . cheese- burgers . . . blonds . . . remembers vacations and a certain twin . . . sleeping . . . football . . . Car Wash . . . pet peeve — Seiior Silva ' s Red Birds . . . Steve ' s ambition is to suc- ceed — he ' s sure to attain it. DEBORAH A. MALINOSKY " Debby " . . . usually found at home . . . skiing and skating . . . sea green . . . " Washington Square! " . . . dis- likes history dept. . . . " Oh Darn! " . . . remembers Mrs. Shea?? ... a future typist. BARBARA E. MARTIN " Barb " . . . fun-loving . . . found at home. Aaiting for a certain boy to call ... pepper pizza . . . " Whoops! " . . . " RagdoU " . . . wants to get married and have lots of kids . . . pet peeve is having a locker a mile away from homeroom . . . will always remember English III and Emily Dickinson. DIANNE M. MALINOSKY " Dianne " . . . quiet . . . usually found in Mr. G ' s Sub Shop ... re- members gym classes . . . navy blue . . . " Summer Wine " . . . swimming and sailing ... a future typist. ROGER J. MARTINKUS " Marty " . . . quiet and reserved . . . found with a certain girl . . . " Wake Me, Shake Me " . . . remembers Ge- ometry in D210 . . . steak . . . yel- low . . . " Right! " ... pet peeve — school. 50 ROBERT A. MARKS " Bobby " . . . " Take it lightly " . . . brown . . . " Tracks of My Tears " . . . lobster . . . enjoys playing the drums, singing, and water skiing . . . remembers Chemistry with Mr. Hol- bert . . . to be a dentist. KAREN G. MASON " Karen " . . . found no place in par- ticular . . . likes blue, sewing, pizza . . . " Taste of Honey " . . . dislikes teachers who give lots of homework . . . " Golly! " . . . remembers fresh- man year ... a future teacher. KEVIN J. Mccormick " Kev " . . . calm . . . baseball . . . guitars . . . " Don ' t sweat the nickel and dime stuff " . . . " Brown Eyed Girl " . . . and Bob Dylan . . . green . . . The Doors . . . sleeping . . . memories of the state baseball tour- ney N.W.D. (National Watermelon Day) . . . Kevin desires to teach physical education. RUTH M. McCORRISON " Rowth " . . . artfully clever . . . may be found at Signor Pizza ' s — Mass. Ave. . . . " Thud! " . . . burnt sienna . . . The Vanilla Fudge and Tom Rush . . . will always remember the frog pond and A.J. Mallard . . . if it ' s not an " Urge For Goin ' " it ' s the " Moonlight Sonata " . . . beach- combing . . . oceanography. BEVERLY L. McCRAY " Bev " . . . talkative . . . cheerful . . . found at work — Boston Music Hall . . . drill team . . . chorus . . . the Big " E " . . . Chinese and Mexi- can food . . . blue . . . " Born Free " . . . " To Sir With Love " ... re- members Mr. Edmonston ' s history classes . . . ambition — to travel. DANIEL J. McGARRY " Danny " ... a leader . . . spaghetti . . . comical . . . fast-driving . . . girl watching among his favorite hob- bies . . . blue . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . found down Ma ' s . . . sports . . . pet peeve — girls who think they ' re something . . . Danny ' s sure to be a success. ANN V. McGILLICUDDY " Ann " . . . always active . . . found on stage . . . roller skating and bowl- ing . . . blue . . . dislikes cold, im- personal people ... a future nurse. JEANNE E. McGONAGLE " Mug " . . . " Cool it! " . . . can be found cheering for the boys or in Linda ' s Triumph . . . remembers the Junior Prom and ' 66 science field trip . . . " To Sir With Love " and a cer- tain ' Bugs ' are just two of Jeanne ' s favorites ... a future secretary. MARLENE L. McMORROW Found at home after school ... re- members biology labs at S.H.S. . . . blue . . . " Light My Fire " . . . pizza . . . likes writing and singing . . . has a talent for dress designing . . . happy and understanding . . . plans a career in writing. DANIEL J. McNeill " Dan " . . . " lazy " . . . found work- ing at the B.P.M. . . . blue . . . steak . . . remembers J.V. football ... to find happiness. RITA M. McSWEENEY " Rita " . . . unpredictable ... at S.H.S. football games . . . baby blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . pizza and coke . . . " Gee willikers! " . . . the Association . . . Cape Cod . . . swimming and skating ... to be a dental assistant. RICHARD W. MERRIAM " Ric " . . . nutty . . . blue . . . pizza and cars . . . " Never My Love " . . . remembers getting tagged for speed- ing in front of S.H.S. . . . " Ding-a- ling! " . . . usually found working in Mattapan . . . ambition is to learn to drive slowly. KAREN E. MOONEY . . . green . . . " Soul and Inspira- tion " . . . " Oh, yeah, you wish it! " . . . remembers Senior Car Wash . . . friendly and unpredictable . . . french fries . . . pet peeve is a cer- tain post grad . . . ambition is to be a teacher. 52 THOMAS R. MOORE " Mooresy " . . . football . . . skiing . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " As Tears Go By " . . . blue . . . " You Only Live Once " . . . hunting . . . track . . . to be happy. LINDA G. MORRILL " Linda " . . . sincere, serious-minded . . . yellow, steak, and cokes . . . will remember the Junior Prom . . . likes a certain white Chevy and the ex-senior who owns it . . . pet peeve is red socks ... to be a medical sec- retary. JO ANNE " Jo " . . . bubbling " captain " . . . can for the boys . . Chinese food . . . eyed blondes . . Cape and a certain Letter " . . . fond Junior Prom . . . ghetti Supper . . . future for Jo-Anne. MORSE with laughter . . . be found cheering " You lie! " . . . skiing . . . blue- remembers the cottage . . . " The memories of the green . . . Spa- nursing is in the MARY E. MURPHY " Murf " . . . with M.C.C.W. and N. . . . yellow . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . cheeseburgers . . . bubble gum . . . " Eureka " . . . the Lovin Spoon- ful .. . " Babe! " ... to graduate and be successful. 53 KAREN M. MURRAY " Karen " . . . sincere . . . found with Colleen, Connie, and Marie . . . blue . . . " More " . . . fried clams and M M ' s ... " I don ' t think so " . . . skiing and the drum corps . . . snobs ... the Junior Prom is her date to remember ... to be a dental assist- ant. GERARD E. MYERS " G-Man " . . . found in Mr. Cabral ' s room . . . blue . . . " Kathy ' s Song " . . . dislikes student English teachers . . . remembers the football rally of ' 67 . . . pizza . . . " Wha ' d ya say!? " . . . would like to succeed in life. JEAN C. NARDOZZI " Jean " . . . loves a good time . . . found over at Maker ' s . . . bright colors . . . " Light My Fire " . . . rings and painted fingernails . . . " NO! " . . . Italian food, naturally . . . The Doors. " Ante-up ' ' 54 JOAN L. NAYLER " Joanie " . . . always laughing . . . blue . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . " Oh, come on! " . . . baseball games . . . dislikes homework . . . will al- ways remember Algebra II with Mr. Allman . . . to be happy. JUDITH A. NELSON " Judy " ... at the B.P.M. . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . pizza and coke . . . pet peeve — history ... a future secretary. LYNN T. NORRIS " Lynne " . . . Our future math major . . . sincere and quiet . . . " Oh fudgicles, " . . . green . . . " Some- where My Love " . . . usually found at gymnastics . . . sewing and sketch- ing. COLLEEN O ' CONNELL " Colleen " ... a redheaded Irish miss . . . found at the Courthouse . . . blue and yellow . . . lobster . . . crunchy leaves . . . Drum Corps . . . " Born Free " . . . memories of the freshman year . . . " What a riot!! " . . . dislikes snobs ... a future air- line hostess. DOREEN O ' CONNOR " Doe " ... a fun-loving, easy-going redhead! . . . Murphy ' s Big Freeze . . . with a certain college man . . . blue . . . " Don ' t Mess With Bill " . . . " Oh Joseph " . . . remembers the senior gym classes ... a fine L.P.N. CHRISTINE O ' DONNELL " Chris " . . . friendly and gay . . . green . . . foreign languages ... al- ways on the go . . . skiing . . . base- ball games . . . fun to talk to . . . memories of Spanish II . . . senior car wash . . . " Guantanamera " . . . to be a foreign language teacher. 55 MARIANNE D. O ' DONNELL " M.O. " . . . found in a green Ram- bler or at the A W . . . yellow . . . " Born Free " . . . sincere, good- natured . . . likes ice cream and cut- let parmesan ... pet peeve is class loud-mouths . . . hobbies are sewing, cooking, swimming and tennis ... to be a future home economics teacher. KATHLEEN M. O ' HEARN " Kathy " . . . crazy but happy ... at Drill Team practice . . . " Wow! " . . . those wild biology labs . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . yellow . . . pet peeve — loud mouths ... to be an elementary school teacher. RICHARD M. O ' NEIL " Rick " . . . understanding yet with a sense of humor . . . sea food and steak . . . green . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . girls . . . cars . . . found at the A W. . . car wash . . . suc- cess and happiness in his future. DAVID OSTROFF " Dave " . . . football . . . blue . . . " Cherish " ... pet peeve — cold weather and injuries . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . track . . . " You Only Live Once " . . . to be happy. JANET L. PADDEN " Jan " . . . quiet . . . remembers being initiated into the Honor Society . . . pink . . . grilled ham and french fries . . . photography . . . " The End of the World " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . yearbook . . . pet peeve — Wins- ton commercials . . . archery ... a successful career in physical therapy. KAREN A. PAPPAS " Karen " . . . petite and soft-spoken . . . yellow . . . " Are you serious? " . . . found at Roxie ' s . . . likes to tease people . . . cheeseburgers . . . " Yesterday " ... a future book- keeper. ROBERT E. PARSONS " Bob " . . . Cape Cod and lobsters . . . water-skiing and horseback rid- ing . . . blue . . . " Right Mel " . . . hates women drivers . . . " Louie, Louie " . . . remembers English III . . . Bob hopes to be a C.P.A. LINDA M. PARRIN " Linda " . . . found at the Surf . . . navy blue . . . " Oh Joseph! " . . . dis- likes being ranked about her age . . . life savers . . . " Midnight Hour " . . . remembers Mr. Cormier ' s Problems class ... a future Avis Hostess. PETER PASQUAROSA " Rosa " ... a friendly guy . . . found at Joe ' s Esso . . . remembers gym classes . . . " Satisfaction " . . . blue . . . pizza and working on cars . . . " Are you sure? " . KEVIN S. PELOSE . . . found somewhere in the school building . . . brown . . . " Can ' t Help Falling in Love " . . . Kevin collects tapes and old TV Guides ... re- members getting lost at S.H.S. . . . would like to be wealthy! SUSANNE M. PENNEY " Sue " . . . green . . . " That drives me crazy! " . . . pistachio nuts and Marines . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . skiing, talking, and eating . . . remembers the Spaghetti Supper, the Car Wash and those chem labs! . . . Sue, a future teacher. KATHRYN A. PENARDI " Kathy " . . . fun-loving . . . found with Lou, Mary, and Sweeney . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . Cape Cod beaches . . . senior parties . . . " Nice! " ... a future free-lance writer. JOSEPH PERRY " Hushpup " . . . friendly and devilish . . . found at the Shell Station or Poka ' s . . . memories of Xmas vaca- tion . . . cars . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . pet peeve — teachers ... a future dentist. JANICE L. PICHER " Jan " . . . found at Stoughton Drug . . . friendly and fun-loving . . . Jan can be found with the crowd from Lawrence . . . orange . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom and Spaghetti Supper . . . " Ask me if I care! " . . . Senior Car Wash . . . " The Impossible Dream " ... to be a secretary. JOSEPH W. PITTA " Joe " . . . found down Jay ' s . . . " Whoopie! " . . . yellow and surfing . . . " Urge For Going " . . . remem- bers Problems with Mr. Daly . . . would like to return from Viet Nam. GEORGE D. POLILLIO " George " . . . easy-going . . . found in a red Corvair . . . sports . . . pizza . . . blue . . . car wash . . . " Little Bit of Soul " . . . George doesn ' t like his girls to smoke ... to be successful. MICHAEL F. POLILLIO " The Kid " . . . talkative . . . mis- chievous . . . never serious ... at the bowling alleys . . . football . . . pink . . . Cheerios . . . Lea . . . " The Mountain ' s High " . . . remem- bers throwing Mrs. Smith ' s goldfish out the 4th floor window ... pet peeve — attendance sheets! ... to be a success. 58 SUSAN D. POLYCHRONES " Sue " . . . found cheering for the boys . . . bubbling with vitality . . . " Ya, I know " . . . senior parties . . . Cape Cod cottage . . . blue . . . Chinese Food . . . " The Letter " . . . will always remember Junior Prom and the next day . . . Spaghetti Sup- per . . . dislikes Math . . . horseback riding . . . hopes to be happy. LINDA E. POOLER " Lyn " . . . quiet and friendly ... at the Diner . . . yellow . . . " Walk Away Rene " . . . Chinese food . . . " And it might be! " . . . remembers double sessions freshman year . . . pet peeve — getting up in the morning . . . waiting for a certain ship to come in. MICHAEL P. POPE " Mike " . . . found at the Armory or the A W . . . green . . . " House of the Rising Sun " . . . fun-loving and friendly . . . " Help! " . . . football, baseball, and music . . . submarine sandwiches . . . awful school lunches . . . hopes to be happy and make a million dollars. WILLIAM G. POPE " Bill " . . . can ' t be found after school . . . quiet . . . " Wipeout " . . . cheeseburgers . . . English with Mr. O ' Keefe . . . blue . . . " Get lost, will ya? " . . . orange . . . surfing . . . Fords . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Bill ' s ambition — to be rich. NIJOLE J. POSHKUS " Nia " . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . blue . . . steak . . . tennis and surfing . . . the Beach Boys and the guitar . . . " Thank God it ' s Friday! " . . . dislikes conceited people . . . remembers the Spaghetti Supper . . . a future R.N. JOHN R. POWER . . . quiet, reserved . . . found in his room . . . gold . . . " Turn, Turn, Turn " . . . sports . . . " You must be kidding! " . . . pet peeve — never hav- ing enough time . . . remembers Mr. Coen ' s English classes . . . would simply like to enjoy life. 59 MICHAEL D. PRESKENIS " Mike " . . . quiet . . . found at Can- ton Pizza . . . likes sports . . . " Yes suh " . . . remembers Mr. Gregory ' s classes ... a sure success in any- thing. LINDA A. PURCELL " Linda " . . . always giggling or gab- bing . . . found in the cafeteria talk- ing . . . " Ya know " . . . fond memo- ries of the Junior and Senior Proms . . . navy blue . . . " The Letter " . . . clams, cheeseburgers and naturally talking . . . pet peeve — knuckle- crackinc ... a future hairdresser. GAYLE A. QUINN " Gayle " . . . friendly and just a little crazy . . . found at home, sleeping . . . pizza . . . navy blue . . . " Bobby ' s Girl " ... " I don " t think so! " . . . remembers the bomb scare in Mrs. Savicki ' s math class be a registered nurse. to PATRICIA A. RAPP " Pat " ... a vibrant personality . . . " Dig " . . . found driving to Stough- ton Street ... a vivacious gal with a bubbling laugh ... a certain K . . . " Ill one " hopes to be five feet tall someday " . KATHLEEN F. RAWSON " Kath " . . . found with Denise after school . . . pink . . . " Sunny " . . . horsebackriding . . . remembers pith- ing frogs in biology . . . pet peeve is D.C. ... a future teacher. KEVIN M. REGAN " Kev " . . . energetic . . . found at the Randolph B.P.M. . . . car racing and water skiing . . . " Help! " . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . remembers Algebra and Geometry classes . . . blue . . . pet peeve is a ' 58 Ford . . . a teaching career in Kevin ' s future. 60 LINDA J. REID " Linda " . . . found at home . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . " Golly!! " . . . desserts . . . sewing, cooking, and knitting . . . memories of Eng- lish III and getting caught after gym! . . . dislikes homework ... a future of happiness . . . to be a teacher. DANIEL J. REILLY " Slimmer " . . . football . . . " You Only Live Once " . . . blue . . . " Billy and Sue " . . . hunting ... pet peeve — his right shoulder . . . will always remember the Spaghetti Sup- per . . . wants to be happy. DENNIS C. ROBERTS " Robby " . . . football . . . " you only live once " . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . will always remember the Freshman year . . . Chef ' s Club . . . pet peeve — 1 i s t e n i n g to Jim Deloughery . . . eating . . . ambi- tion? ALAN ROBINSON . . . found sleeping . . . green . . . bowling . . . pool . . . " Flowers Never Bend in the Rain " ... pet peeve is books ... to enjoy life. JEAN M. ROGERS " Jean " . . . " Oh ya " . . . bubbling with vitality . . . skiing and horse- back riding . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . will never forget senior parties or the Spaghetti Supper ... to be a nurse. J LAURICE RUBEL " Dee Dee " . . . sweet and serene . . . found in Boston and Copley Square . . . turquoise and apples . . . " The Trip " . . . likes painting and skiing . . . remembers Mr. Willis ' art classes . . . wants to be an artist. CAROL M. ROMANELLI " Carol " . . . sweet and quiet . . . found skiing . . . loves fried clams and roast beef . . . " Sunny " ... re- members listening to the World Se- ries during class . . . her ambition is to become a teacher. 61 LOUISE A. RYAN " Lou " . . . found with Mary, Kathy; and Janet . . . adventurous and fun- loving . . . " ' N-I-C-E! " . . . " Brown- Eyed Girl " . . . remembers the Christmas Dance " 66 and Spaghetti Supper . . . the Cape, football games, and Keene, N.H. JO ANN RYDER " Jo " . . . found at Liz ' s house . . . Metal-Flake blue . . . " Brown-Eyed Girl " . . . " Outa sight! " ... " 5 o ' clock World " . . . plays guitar . . . remembers tossing clothespins up to the 2nd floor. LORRAINE H. SAMSON . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . " Oh rats! " . . . likes pizza, and blueberry pie, Elvis Presley, and English ac- cents . . . will remember football games and Thanksgiving rally . . . wants to travel around the world. DALE G. SAMUELS . . . found in Whitey ' s V.W. . . . blue and " Cherish " . . . Boston Red Sox . . . " Hot spook " . . . sleeping and pizza . . . Latin II ... to fly in the Air Force. PAULA M. SANDERS " Paul " . . . remembers the " King and I " . . . Algebra II the first time around . . . dislikes crowded corridors . . . loves Chinese food, drawing and sewing . . . " Oh yeah " . . . future plans in physical therapy. 62 MARTHA J. SAWYER " Mart " . . . cheerful and gay . . . " Hot spook " . . . blue . . . " Un- chained Melody " . . . memories of Spanish II . . . loves Jiffy Pop . . . Kenny ... a future interior designer. MICHAEL P. SCANLON " Minnesota " . . . found in Bridge- water . . . lime . . . cars, cars, cars . . . hunting . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . " Happy! " . . . ambition is to drive Sulky. DIANE M. SCHIFFER . . . found after school at the God- dard Hospital . . . plans to be an R.N. . . . " Child of Clay " . . . likes a certain boy . . . writing poetry . . . ambition is to marry and find happi- ness. LYNNE S. SCHOAF " Lynne " . . . cheerful . . . enjoys skiing, horseback riding, and swi m- ming . . . yellow . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . memories of Spanish I . . . " Ya know! " . . . dislikes gym and people who are late ... a future in the Peace Corps. DONALD M. SCHWARZ " Don " . . . found at home listening to the radio . . . red . . . unexcitable . . . girls . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . remembers almost having an ac- cident in Driver Ed . . . dislikes homework ... a future as an elec- trician. MICHAEL H. SELLARS . . . quiet . . . waiting for a certain girl . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . remembers putting something in Hemp ' s locker . . . girl watching . . . pet peeve is smart girls ... to be happy. KATHLEEN C. SCRIVENS " Kathy " vivacious and ambitious . . . found in Journalism room or E204 . . . Tahitian Paradise . . . purple . . . likes cats, lasagna, and clams . . . " Climb Every Mountain " . . . " Oh, you boob! " ... a future ele- mentary music teacher. 63 STEPHEN R. SHAUGHNESSY " Schiiltz " . . . found in Mr. C " s room . . . " Son of a gun " . . . blue . . . " Louie, Louie " . . . S.H.S. lunches . . . Algebra II with Mr. V. . . . hates weekend homework . . . civil engineering. KATHERINE A. SILVA " Kathy " . . . brown, misty and fried clams . . . working at Sears . . . " Seriously? " . . . sincere and friendly . . . remembers studies with Mr. Berry . . . wants to be happy. WARREN J. SHORE . . . talkative and mischievous . . . found in Mr. C ' s room . . . pizza and french fries . . . tennis and hockey . . . a certain girl ... a Red Sox fan . . . remembers getting a doctor ' s ap- pointment during the World Series . . . " Like a Rolling Stone " ... a future chemical engineer. ROSITA M. SILVA " Skeeta " . . . can be found on her porch . . . loves apples . . . olive green . . . black leather jackets . . . reading, riding, and dancing . . . " The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face " . . . " Check it out! " . . . dis- likes collegians ... to find happiness and peace of mind. 64 DEBORAH SILVA " Debby " . . . found at the A W . . . baby blue . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . spaghetti . . . " That ' s what I said " . . . mischievous . . . loves Friday night dates ... to be a hairdresser. KRISTINE SIMBLIARIS " Teen " . . . quiet and shy . . . found at Morse Shoe Co. . . . green . . . lasagna . . . pizza and french fries . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . " What a rat! " . . . enjoys tobogganing and bowling ... a future airline steward- ess. DIANE L. SMITH . . . sugar ' n spice . . . found who- knows-where after school . . . navy blue and lime rickeys . . . " You just might, right! " . . . making memories . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . blue eyes on guys . . to be happy. ELIZABETH L. SMITH " Betti " . . . likeable and friendly . . . blue and steak . . . " Oh great! " . . . boys and cars . . . loafing . . . " Just You " . . . found at the B.P.M. at Cobbs Corner ... to teach or be- come an accountant. NOREEN F. SMITH " Smitty " . . . found at the town hall . . . blue . . . art . . . " Really! " . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . dis- likes narrow-minded people ... to be a secretary. 65 SUSAN M. SNIDER " Sue " ... an artistic individual . . . found on stage . . . blue and " Yes- terday " . . . hates those stairs — three flights of ' em! . . . " Oh yeah " . . . " Right! " ... a fine actress. CRAIG R. SNOW " Blizzard " . . . skiing . . . friendly and hard-working . . . remembers Shop II ... a future machinist . . . maroon and pizza . . . " No, that ' s all right! " . . . " Even the Bad Times Are Good " . PATRICIA M. SOTNICK " Patti " . . . sweet and sincere ... a certain senior boy . . . pink . . . talk- ing on the phone . . . " Cherish " . . . dislikes her unlockable locker and her gym suit ... a future secretary. KATHLEEN A. SPERANDIO " Kathy " . . . " Are you soft? " . . . pet peeve — labs with Harold . . . fried clams, sewing and tiger hunting . . . " How Can I Be Sure? " . . . found with the other three ... an elementary school teacher. DENISE E. ST. PETER " Niece " . . . outgoing and talkative . . . usually found cheering for the boys . . . " Hi Ugly! " . . . blue and basketball players ... " A Million to One " . . . Miss Mac ' s pins ... a fine R.N. 66 ELLEN R. STEIN " Ell " . . . usually found in Randolph . . . yellow . . . walking in the rain . . . " You must be out of your tree " . . . hates being teased ... a fine R.N. GORDON N. SULLIVAN . . . usually found at work . . . red . . . will never forget the metal shop at S.H.S. . . . " The Letter " . . . driv- ing, swimming, and pizza . . . " For- get it! " . . . qui et — sometimes ... to be a success. ROBERTA M. SWALLOW " Bobbi " . . . short and blonde . . . usually found making up work . . . yellow . . . sewing, painting and spa- ghetti . . . remembers her senior English class . . . " Make the World Go Away " . . . dislikes boys with long hair ... a future accountant. 67 EDWIN R. SWEENEY JR. " Ed " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . extremely sports-minded . . . will never forget J.V. basketball ... pet peeve — Red Sox losing . . . popcorn . . . Celtics . . . blue ... to be a sports announcer. JANET L. SWEENEY " Sweeney " . . . " You might be! " . . . found with Kathy, Mary, and Lou . . . enjoys A W hot dogs . . . " Groovin " . . . hates waiting in the lunch lines . . . remembers twirling fire at S.H.S. ... a teaching career in her future. JOAN C. TAGLIERI " Tag " . . . found at the Diner . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . eggplant and Spanish Olives . . . ski- ing and dancing . . . will never for- get her runavnay science project . . . dislikes skinny people ... to enter the nursing field. MARY K. SWEENEY " Kathy " . . . sweet and petite . . . found working at D.J. " s . . . memo- ries of the " 67 Reading game . . . blue ... " I don ' t believe you did that " . . . " It must be him " . . . chocolate cookies, summer camps and football games . . . horseback riding . . . dislikes making decisions ... a future airline stewardess. DIANE C. TAYLOR " Diane " . . . found scooping popcorn and — " Anchors Away! " . . . " Hey, Katy-Did? " . . . Horseneck in the pouring rain and that lost weekend . . . green . . . tennis . . . Ah! to never grow old. 68 MICHAEL J. SYREK " Sac " . . . quiet . . . cool . . . calm . . . found uptown . . . blue . . . " Groovin " . . . girls . . . subs . . . " Cool it! " remembers putting some- thing in Hemp ' s locker . . . pet peeve — teachers . . . to be happy. NANCY D. THOMPSON " Nance " . . . sweet, shy and quiet . . . Red Sox . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . green . . . ski- ing . . . " Please Love Me Forever " . . . happiness . . . Joe H. . . . pet peeve — fake people . . . ambition — to be happy. RICHARD W. TREPSAS " Rich " . . . sincere, friendly, and witty . . . " Black is Black " . . . en- joys golf and reading . . . remembers his first day at S.H.S. . . . our news- paper editor hopes to a successful journalist some day. JAMES G. TROY " Ugly " ... a friendly and lovable personality . . . can be found with Betsy . . . " Ah, get off! " ... a cer- tain girl . . . memories of the class trip ... a success as an architect. ROSE MARIE TRIPLETT " Rose " . . . spontaneous and friendly . . . found lurking around corners . . . " Tell It Like It Is " . . . memo- ries of Mr. Harlow and Mr. O ' Keefe ' s informative English classes . . . " Don ' t touch me! " . . . pizza, cokes and hamburgers ... a legal secretary. MARY C. TURRELL " Mary " . . . and of course, " Kippy " . . . guitar . . . food . . . " Never My Love " . . . brown . . . onion rings . . . in a certain blue Corvair . . . crafts . . . hates those S.H.S. ham- burgers . . . executive secretary . . . to remain happy. 69 MAUREEN L. TRIPP " Moe " . . . quiet . . . found on Rosita ' s porch . . . lavender . . . " Walk on By " . . . fried clams, mo- torcycles, and rainy nights . . . en- joys horseback riding, art, reading and writing poetry . . . would just like to be happy. CAROL A. VARIEKA . . . pint-size cuteness . . . riding around with Jo-Anne and Kathy . . . yellow and the Rabbit . . . the Junior Prom . . . " Well fine! " . . . french fries . . . " To Sir With Love " ... a fine teacher. ELIZABETH M. VIEIRA " Little One " . . . usually found in Peter ' s balloon truck . . . yellow . . . " When a Woman Loves a Man " . . . hates gym suits for taller people . . . " Outa sightl " . . . remembers her sophomore biology class . . . loves to spend money ... to work for the U.N. PAMELA A. VEIGA " Shorty " . . . found at D.J. ' s Baker . . . " Walk on By " . . . hamburgers . . . blue . . . " really? " . . . Junior Prom . . . friendly with everyone . . . either those lockers get shorter or I get taller . . . to be a secretary. EDWARD M. VILKISH " Ed " . . . found playing the drums or working on his car . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . " Light My Fire " . . . fast cars . . . dislikes rules that don ' t make sense ... a machine de- sign engineer or professional drum- mer. RALPH M. VOSSMER " Ralph " . . . quiet . . . shy ... in Stoughton square . . . blue . . . " When a Man Loves a Woman " . . . " Hip! " . . . girls . . . cars . . . will remember graduation ... to get married and to be happy. LOUISE M. WAKEFIELD " Louise " . . . unassuming and quiet . . . found at Women ' s Apparel Shop . . . red . . . swimming . . . laughing in Miss Tansey ' s class . . . " You know what I mean " . . . pet peeve — oral book reports ... to own her own women ' s apparel shop. 70 THOMAS F. WALSH ■Walshy " . . . affable ... at Field ' s Park . . . blue . . . southern fried chicken . . . " Purple Haze " . . . day- dreaming . . . girl watching . . . dis- likes doing homework alone ... to be happy and successful. BARBARA A. WARNOCK " Barb " . . . honesty and sincerity . . . sophistication with a flair . . . folk music and guitars . . . found at the Diner . . . tennis . . . steak . . . brown . . . easy-going . . . athletic ... pet peeve — math . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . " Baihid of Geraldine " . . . to teach history. FRANK E. WARREN " Burger " . . . found around . . . someplace . . . folk music and " Sum- mer Day Reflection Song " . . . care- free, forgetful and funny . . . " What ' s it to ya? " . . . dislikes liars and jokes ... a future in furniture making. BONNIE WATSON " Brown-Eyes " . . . Crystal Cleaners . . . red . . . spaghetti . . . " You ' re the One " ... a certain boy . . . sew- ing and water skiing . . . " Sure! " . . . quiet and unpredictable . . . dislikes looking up to speak to someone . . . to work for I.B.M. CAROLE ANN WEEMAN . . . found with the other three . . . remembers Horseneck Beach on a rainy school day . . . " And it might be! " . . . " Darlin Be Home Soon " . . . tennis and tiger hunting . . . de- tests latecomers . . . headed for col- lege and future happiness. JANE F. WELCH " Jane " ... an individual . . . found with the other three . . . blue and " Moon River " . . . tennis and to- boganning . . . pizza . . . remembers a snake hunt in D107 . . . " C ' est la vie " . . . dislikes shallow people . . . a future life of happiness for Jane. 71 JOSEPH M. WELCH " Welchy " ... at Philli ps " 66 " or driving a ' 59 Chrysler . . . blue . . . pizza and girls . . . enjoys working on cars . . . dislikes stuck-up girls . . . remembers the Shop Hop — ' 66 ... a future as an automobile me- chanic. WILLIAM A. WELCH " Bill " " . . . found at Bone ' s house . . . navy blue and fried clams . . . ' " 96 Tears " . . . remembers our sophomore class dance . . . " No problems " . . . hates those grass drills. J. CHRISTINE WHALEN " Chrissy " . . . found at the Diner . . . blue . . . ham and cabbage . . . basketball . . . " Oh, well, uh, O.K. " . . . " Soul and Inspiration " . . . will always remember being thrown into the boy ' s basement ... pet peeve — first row, first seat . . . chem lab water fights ... a future in educa- tion. FRANCIS A. WERESKA " Frank " . . . sincere and friendly . . . found on the athletic field — where else? . . . water skiing . . . burgundy . . . " Good Vibrations " , . . wants to be a lifeguard in a sec- retarial pool. JOHN L. WHITEHEAD " Whitey " . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . bubble gum . . . sports . . . girls . . . hates homework . . . " I didn ' t do it " ' . . . remembers the Thanksgiving game. ARLENE WEST Navy blue . . . Italian food . . . " 96 Tears " . . . smiling and unpredictable . . . dislikes giving oral reports in Problems class . . . " Oh, really? " . . . always with the girls . . . future career in fashion modeling. JOHN P. WILLIAMS JR. " J. P. " . . . dislikes people who think they are bigger than they really are in life . . . " Take it easy! " . . . Italian food . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . blue . . . quiet, but fun-loving and ambitious . . . remembers the Green Bean Bop . . . to be a great doctor ' . 72 JAMES J. WILLIAMSON III " Jim " . . . found in the refrigerator . . . remembers blowing up his test tube in Mr. Nassisse ' s lab . . . " Light My Fire " . . . blue . . . " Is that a joke? " . . . likes eating, pools, and saltwater fishing ... pet peeve is homework ... to join the Air Force. MICHAEL F. WYNANT " Mike " . . . tall?, dark, and hand- some . . . blue . . . Chinese food . . . " Get ON UP " . . . " groovy " . . . pet peeve — school ... to be- come a genius. CHARLOTTE M. YETMAN " Charley " . . . gold . . . likes to be by herself . . . " Lonely Drifter " . . . " Man! " . . . digs Chinese food, water skiing, and record collecting ... a certain Roslindale boy ... an artist. LINDA M. YETMAN " Linda " . . . friendly . . . with Jeanne . . . cheering for the boys . . . " The Letter " . . . blue . . . Chinese food . . . sewing, swimming, and skiing . . . memories of the Jun- ior Prom and the Spaghetti Supper . . . the Car Wash . . . top lockers . . . to be happy. NEIL L. YOUNG " LIMPY " . . . found working after school . . . quiet and handsome . . . likes yellow, sports, and anything to eat . . . S.H.S. golf team ... pet peeve — homework . . . remembers Mr. O ' Keefe ' s English class, junior year . . . ambition in life — to live it up. ROBERT E. ZAWALICH " Bob " . . . R.E.F.Z. . . . can ' t be found after school . . . blue ... " A Day In The Life " . . . enjoys skindiv- ing . . . poetry . . . " It walked in slowly " . . . remembers having his life threatened for writing an edito- rial ... pet peeve— ALPHABETI- CAL ORDER ... A future of suc- cess. JANET E. DOIRON " Jan " . . . found at Cobb ' s Corner . . . blue, sewing, and lobster . . . " 96 Tears " . . . " Oh, no! " . . . pet peeve is short freshmen . . . Jan sim- ply wants to be happy. 73 SUSAN C. MONK " Groovey Baby " . . . the Turtles, the Byrds, and the Beatles ... to find Charlie . . . " To Sir With Love " . . . found at the Tea Party, The Surf, or working at Mr. G ' s ... art ... rainy days and frizzy hair. SENIOR INDEX AGUIAR, GLORIA: Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4: Biology 2; Debate 3. ALLEN. ROBERTA: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. ALTIERI, DAVID: Football 1; Basketball I; Track 2; Executive Committee 3, 4. ATKINSON, MARIE: Yearbook staff 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. BALL, RAYMOND: Band 1. 2; Chess Club 2: Track 2, 3, 4. BANKS, TIMOTHY: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. BARNARD, KAREN: Drama Club 1; Intramurals 1. 2: Field Hockey 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2; Softball 2. BENOIT, JOSEPH: Golf 3. 4: Spring Track 4; Ski Club 4. BICKFORD, KATHLEEN M.: Dramatic Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; 4-H Club 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4: Class play 4; Car Wash 4. BLOOD. STEPHEN: Monitor 1; Cross country 3; Ski Club 3; Flag football 1. BOLTON, PATRICIA A.: Debate Club 3; Cake sale 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Future Teachers Club 4. BONARRIGO. STEPHEN: Baseball 4. BOWKER, PRISCILLA: Christmas Dance Committee; Senior Prom Committee. BROWN, NORMA: Cheerleader 1, 2: Executive Committee 1, 2, 3. 4: Dance Committee 1. 2, 4; Prom Committee 3; Cake Sale 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Christmas Dance 4. BUCKLEY, KATHLEEN: Home Economics Club 2: Rifle Club 3; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook 4. BURKE, FRANCIS: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club 2; Math Competition Club 3, 4; Mainstreams (co-editor) 3, 4; Crusader (editor) 3, 4; Tennis Team 3, 4; Intramural Football 3: Intramural Basketball 3: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Class play 4; Dramatic Club 4: Yearbook staff 4: Honor Society Treasurer. BURLEY, BARBARA: Semaphore 3. BUSCHENFELDT, JOYCE: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. BYRON, KATHLEEN: Cake sale 1, 2, 3; Tennis Club 2, 3, 4: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Yearbook staff 4. CALLAHAN, KEVIN: Industrial Arts Society 4. CARRARA. JOANNE: Knitting Club 2. 4: Rifle Club 3; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook Bookkeeper. CARRIE, JOHN: Industrial Arts Society 4. CASE. DOLLY: Field Hockey 2, 3; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. CASH, BARBARA: Spaghetti Supper 4: Car Wash 4. CHAMPION, DIANNE: Executive Committee 2; Cake Sale 2; Basketball 3, 4; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. CHENCUS, EDWARD: J.V. Football; Freshman basketball; Varsity football 2, 3, 4 (captain); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. CHIPMAN, ERIC: Executive Committee 3. CHURCHILL, SHEILA: Spaghetti Supper 4. CHUTE, LINDA: Spaghetti Supper 4. CIULLA, JAMES: Freshman football; Executive Committee; Sci- ence Fair (Honors) 2, 4; Car Wash 4. CLARK, FRANK: Freshman football; Varsity football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4. CLARK, SANDRA: Spaghetti Supper 4. CLARK, WILLIAM: Class President 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Christmas Dance 4. CLIFFORD, JUDITH: Semaphore 2. CLOW, HELENA: Chorus 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Debate Club (vice-president) 3; Newspaper 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Camelot 2. COSTA, DONNA: Cake Sale 3; Basketball Manager 3; Car Wash 4; Yearbook Typing Staff 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. COSTA. ROBERT: Industrial Arts Society 3. COSTELLO, JUNE: Car Wash 4. COULTER. NANCY: Cake Sale 3, Executive Committee 4; Co- treasurer of Stotonian 4: Car Wash 4; Future Teachers Club 4. COURTEAU. ANDREA: Executive Committee 1, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Rally Committee 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 2, 3; Manager of Girls ' Field Hockey Team 3; Junior Prom Committee; Future Teachers Club 3; Stotonian Ac- tivities editor; Spaghetti Supper 4; Field Hockey Team; Class Play Committee; Journalism Club 4; Basketball 4. COX, EDWARD C: Football 3. 4; Track 3. 4. CRAIG, MARY: Varsity Cheerleader 3. 4; Stotonian typing staff editor 4; Spaghetti Supper 4: Car Wash 4; Class Play Committee. CRAWFORD, JOHN: Band 1, 2, 3; Executive Committee 2; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Math Competition Club 3, 4; Newspaper editor 3, 4; Yearbook 4. CRONIN, THERESA M.: National Honor Society 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. CUMMINGS. CAROL: Junior Prom 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. DAWE, JEANNE: Class Secretary 1. 2, 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Ski Club 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4: Yearbook 4; Girls " Woodworking 4. DEAN, MARJORIE: Car Wash 4; Yearbook 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. DELOREY, PETER: Monitor 1, 2; Spaghetti Supper 4. DELOUGHREY, JAMES: J.V. Football; Executive Committee 1. 2. 3; Shop Society 2, 3. DEMBROWSKY. VALERIE: Student Council 2. 3, 4; Semaphore 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 2. 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 1; Science Fair 3: Girls " State 3; Stotonian Senior Editor; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Class Play Com- mittee 4. DIBENEDITTO, ANTHONY: Cross Country 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Car Wash ' 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. DINOLO, DANIEL: Executive Committee 1; Chairman Dance Committee 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. DIRENZO, JAMES: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Flag Football 3; Track 3, 4. DOMINICK. EILEEN: Drama Club 2, Majorettes 4. DOXTADER. JOY: Junior Prom Committee; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. DRAGO, SUSAN: Chorus 2; Yearbook Staff; Spaghetti Supper 4. DUCOTT, LORETTA: Cake Sale 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Prom Committee 3; Car Wash 4; Class Play; Yearbook Staff; Ski Club 4; Christmas Dance Committee; Pep Club 4. DUCOTT, PAUL: Executive Committee 3; Junior Prom; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. DUGAN, PAUL: Drama and Musical Comedy Club 3; Class Play 4. DUNN, ROBERT: Camera Club 3. DYKE, WILLIAM: Basketball 2; Golf 2, 3. 4; Car Wash 4; Stotonian Business Staff. EDWARDS, CHARLES: J.V. Football; Dramatic Club 3. FALLON, ANN: Semaphore 2; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. FAUNCE, ROBERT: Football I, 2. 3; Basketball 1, 2; Chess Club 2. FERNANDES, MARGARET: J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. FLAHERTY, MARY: Cake Sale 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Executive Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Christ- mas Dance Committee 4. FORRESTER, STEPHEN: Photography Club 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Drama Club 4. FOSTER, JANET: Field Hockey 3; Junior Prom 3; Car Wash 4; Senior Class Play 4; Christmas Dance Committee 4. FRENCH, VIRGINIA: Cake Sale 3; Field Hockey 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. FRIETAS, JUNE: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. FURTADO, SHARYN: Pep Club 4. GAIBL, MARJORIE: National Honor Society 3, 4; Crusader Staff 4. GALLAGHER, CYNTHIA: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Home Economics Club 2; Tennis 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. GARGIULO, LINDA: Foreign Correspondence 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. GARRICK, JUDITH A.: Executive Committee 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 4; Tennis 3; Cake Sale 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Class Play 4; Christmas Dance 4; Girls Woodworking 4; Basketball 4. GAWRYS, JOYCE: Ski Club 3; Car Wash 4; Yearbook 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. GERRIG, ORENE J.: Semaphore 2; Drama Club 3; Musical Comedy Club 3, 4. GIBBONS, REGINA: Tennis 2, 3, 4; Sewing Club 2; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Executive Com- mittee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Christmas Dance 4. GILLPATRICK, WALTER: J.V. Baseball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. GINSBURG, ALAN: Rifle Club 3. GRAVES, BRADLEE: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. GREEN, ELLEN: Executive Committee 1, 3, 4; Dance Commit- tee 1, 3; Cake Sale 1,3; Future Teachers of America 2; Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Majorettes 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. GRIGAS, GUS: Debate Club 3. GROVER, KATHLEEN: Newspaper 2; Drill Team 2; Drama Club 3; Musical Comedy 3; Graphic Arts 4. GRUBENSKAS, PAULA: Chorus 1, 2; Cake Sale 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Foreign Correspondence 2; Future Teachers 3, 4. HAGAR, FREDERICK: Cross Country 3; Track 3. HALL, DAVID: Chess Club 2; Photography club 3. HARRINGTON, JAY: Monitor 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Chefs Club 4. HARWOOD, EDWARD: Rifle Club 2; Lab Technician Club 3; Wrestling 3; Art Club 4; Track 4. HAUSAMMANN, SARAH: Cake Sale 1, 2; Car Wash 4; Spa- ghetti Supper 4. HEFFERNAN. FRANCIS: Chess Club 2, 4; Yearbook Art Edi- tor 4. HEMPHILL, JAMES: Track 2, 4. HERN, BEVERLY: Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 4; Executive Committee 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. HILL, SUSAN: Drill Team 2; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. HINDS, FRANK: Mainstreams 3, 4; King and I 3; Yearbook 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Crusader 4; Class Play 4. HOADLEY, WAYNE: Audio Visual 3, 4. HOLMES, LEONARD: Drama Club 3, 4; Musical Comedy 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Class Play 4. HOMER, JEANNE: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Cake Sale 1, 2, 3; Executive Committee 2, 3; Ski Club 3; Junior Prom 3; Spa- ghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Christmas Dance Committee 4; Yearbook 4. HOWLAND, JANIS: Sewing Club 2; Knitting Club 2; Future Teachers 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4. HUGO, MARION: Knitting Club 2; Junior Prom 3; Future Teachers 3, 4; (Treasurer 3, President 4); Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Play 4. JACKMAN, BRUCE: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Baseball 1 ; Yearbook 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. JAMESON, CRAIG: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1. JARDIN, TON I: Knitting Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Athlete of the Year 1, 2. JOHNSON, STEPHEN: Math Competition 2, 3, 4; Tournament of Plays 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; National Thes- pian Society 3, 4; Crusader 3, 4; Mainstreams 3, 4; Stotonian 4. JONES, RALPH: Monitor 1 ; Chef Club 4. JORDAN, ANDREW: Industrial Arts Society 3 (V.P.). KEARNS, MAUREEN: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. KELLEY, KATHLEEN: Girls Woodworking 4. KELLEY, LESLIE: Knitting Club 2; Semaphore 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Daisy Chain 3; Tournament of Plays 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Stotonian 4; Future Nurses 4. KENNEDY, GAIL: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2; Future Teachers 3; Stotonian 4; KENNEY, LORRAINE: Band 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Car Wash 4. KENSWIL, ERNEST A.: Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4. KILDAY, CONSTANCE A.: Semaphore 2; Cake Sale 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Stotonian 4; Senior Play 4: Future Teachers 4. KLIM, KEVIN: Baseball 1, 2; Class Treasurer 2; Executive Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. KNOWLES, DEBORAH: Waitress Athletic Banquet 1; Thespian Society 2, 3; Science Fair 2, 3; Tournament of Plays 3; Stotonian 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. KOLBE, PETER: Industrial Arts Society 4. KREMIER, CARLA: Class Dance 1; Executive Committee 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Stotonian 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Christmas Dance 4; Car Wash 4; Pep Club 4; Prom 4. KREMGOLD, REGINA C: Tennis 2; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Class Play 4. KWEDOR, MARK: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 77 KWEDOR, MIKE: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3. 4: Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. LACIVITA, CARL: Ski Club 3, 4: Class Treasurer 4. LANE. LINDA: Pep Club 4. LARGE, RONALD: Intramural Football: Basketball 2; J.V. Bas- ketball 2: Spaghetti Supper 4: Intramural Sports 4. LEBLANC, WADE: Stotonian 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. LENO. ALPHIA: Stotonian 4: Basketball 4: Softball 4. LOAN. JO-ANNE: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 2, 3; Junior Prom 3: Class Play 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. LONERGAN, CATHI: Foreign Correspondence Club 2; Execu- tive Committee 3; Pep Club 4; Class Play 4. LORD. JUDITH: Executive Committee 1; Biology Club 2, (treasurer) J.V. Field Hockey 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2; Future Teachers 3; Mainstreams Layout Editor 3; Girls ' State Nominee 3; Senior Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Dramatic Club 4. LYNCH. MARY: Drill Team 2: Semaphore 3. 4; Color Guard 3; Junior Prom 3; Stotonian 4; Majorettes 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Ski Club 4; Car Wash 4; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 4. MACKEYS, DIANNE: Future Teachers 3, 4; Stotonian 4. MAHONEY. JANICE E.: Tennis 3; Stotonian 4: Spaghetti Sup- per 4; Car Wash 4. MAKRIS, STEVE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Tennis 4: Student Council 4 (pres.). MALINOSKY. DEBORAH: Chorus 3; Foreign Correspondence 3. MALINOSKY, DIANNE: Chorus 3. MARTIN. BARBARA: Drill Team 2. 3: Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Executive Committee 4. MARTINKUS. ROGER: Industrial Arts Society 2, 3: Spaghetti Supper 4. MASON. KAREN: Tennis 3: Future Teachers 3, 4; Crusader 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Yearbook 4. Mccormick, KEVIN: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1: Execu- tive Committee 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom 3. McCORRISON, RUTH: Crusader 2; Honor Society 3, 4; " King and I " 3; Honor Court 3; Drama Club 3; Senior Play 3: Year- book 4; Art Club 4; Car Wash 4. McCRAY, BEVERLY: Drill Team 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Drama 2; Musical Comedy Club 3. McGARRY, DANNY: Football 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2; Class Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 3; Car Wash 4; Student Council 4; Christmas Dance 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. McGILLICUDDY, ANN: Executive Committee 1, 2. 3; Class Dance 1, 2: Sweet Sale 1: Drama Club 2, 3, 4: Tournament of Plays 2, 3, 4; National Thespian Society 2, 3 (V.P. 4); ' -Camelof 2; " The Miracle Worker " 3: The King and I " 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Musical Comedy Club 3. 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Spaghetti Supper 4: Car Wash 4: Senior Play 4. McGONAGLE. JEANNE: Class Dance 2: Cheerleader 3, 4: Execu- tive Committee 3: Prom Committee 3: Daisy Chain 3: Class Dance 3: Cake Sale 3; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Yearbook 4. McMORROW, MARLENE: Musical Comedy Club 3: Drama Club 3. McNeill, DANIEL: Football 2; Junior Prom 3; Spaghetti Sup- per 4. McSWEENEY. RITA: Pep Club 4: Cake Sale 4. MOONEY. KAREN: Future Teachers 3: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook business staff 4. MOORE, THOMAS: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. MORAN. JAMES: Baseball 1, 2. 3: Basketball I: Spaghetti Sup- per 4: Chef Club 4. MORRILL, LINDA: Future Teachers 2, 3: Science Fair 2: Stotonian 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. MORSE JO-ANNE: Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. 4 (Capt.): Cake Sale 1. 2; Executive Committee 2. 3. 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3. 4; Ski Club 3. 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4: Senior Play 4. MURPHY. MARY: Class Play 4. MURRAY. KAREN: Cake Sale 1. 2: Dance Committee I; Year- book 4: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Class Play 4. MYERS. GERARD: Class Play 1: Intramural Basketball 1. 3. 4: Intramural Football 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. NAYLER. JOAN: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4: Christmas Dance Committee 4. NORRIS. LYNN: Drill Team 2. 3: Gymnastics 3. 4: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Christmas Dance 4. OrONNELL. COLLEEN M.: Executive Committee 1. 2. 3, 4: Semaphore 1, 2; Dance Committee 1, 2; Cake Sale 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee: Car Wash 4, Spaghetti Supper 4: Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Play 4: Future Teachers Club 4. PENARDL KATHRYN: Student Council 1, 2, 3. 4; Science Fair 1: Drill Team 2. 3; Junior Prom Committee; Yearbook 4; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Ski Club 4: Senior Prom Committee: Pep Club 4: Art Editor of Crusader. PENNEY. SUSANNE: Drama Club 2: Science Fair 2: Tennis 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee 3: Pep Club 4; Stotonian Business Staff 4; Yearbook 4: Class Play 4: Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. PERRY. JOSEPH: Track 3: Cross Country and Track 4. PICHER. JANICE: Yearbook 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Car Wash 4; Senior Play 4. PITTA. JOSEPH: Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3: Spaghetti Supper 4: Car Wash 4: Cake Sale 3. POLILLIO. GEORGE: Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Track 3, 4. POLILLIO. MICHAEL: Football 1, 2, 4: Track 3, 4: Tennis 4: Basketball 4. POLYCHRONES. SUSAN: J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2: Executive Committee 1. 2. 3. 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee 3: Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Senior Play 4; Christmas Dance Committee 4; Daisy Chain 3. POPE. MICHAEL: J.V. Football 2. POPE. WILLIAM: J.V. Basketball 2, 3: Spaghetti Supper 4: Car Wash 4. POSHKUS. MJOLE: Tennis 2. 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. POWER. JOHN: National Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4; Math Competition 2. 3. 4: Crusader 3. 4: Boys State 3: Yearbook 4. PURCELL. LINDA: Cheerleader 1. 2. QUINN. GAYLE: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4: Christmas Dance 4. RAPP. PATRICIA: Drill Team 1: Gymnastics 3. 4. REGAN, KEVIN: Future Teachers 4. REILLY, DANIEL: Football 1, 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. REID. LINDA: Biology Club 2: Stotonian 4: Future Teachers 4; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. ROBERTS, DENNIS: Football 1, 4: Baseball 3. 4: Chefs Club 4. ROGERS. JEAN: Dance Committee 1: Executive Committee 4: Spaghetti Supper 4: Yearbook 4; Christmas Dance 4; Car Wash 4. ROMANELLI, CAROL: Cake Sale 1; Future Teachers, Historian 3, 4; Ski Club 4. RUBEL, LAURICE: Drama 2, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Musical Comedy 4; Christmas Dance 4. RYAN, LOUISE: Drill Team 2; Semaphore 2; Science Fair 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 4; Crusader 4. SAMSON. LORRAINE: Junior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4; Girls Woodworking 4; Car Wash 4. SAMUEL, DALE: Biology Club 2; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SANDERS, PAULA: Biology Club 2; " King and I " 3; Musical Comedy Club 3; Chorus 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SAWYER, MARTHA: Executive Committee 1, 2, 3. SCHIFFER, DIANE: Drill Team 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Class Play 4; Christmas Dance 4; Car Wash 4. SCHOAF, LYNNE: Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SCHWARZ. DONALD: Rifle Club 2; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. SCRIVENS, KATHLEEN: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; " The King and I " 3; SEMBSBA 3; Co-treasurer of Stotonian 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SELLARS, MICHAEL: Chefs Club 4. SHAUGHNESSY, STEPHEN: Track 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Class Play 4; Yearbook 4. SILVA, KATHERINE: Softball 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SIMBLIARIS, KRISTINE: Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4: Business Stafl , Yearbook 4; Girl ' s Woodworking Club 4. SMITH, DIANNE: Drama Club 2; National Thespian Society 3. 4; Junior Prom 3; Tournament of Plays, " Best Supporting Ac- tress " 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Christmas Dance 4; Class Play 4; Yearbook 4. SMITH, ELIZABETH: Drill Team 2, 3; Future Teachers 4. SMITH, NOREEN: Girls Graphic Arts 2; Chess Club 4. SNIDER, SUSAN: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Class Play 2, 3; Tourna- ment of Plays, " Best Actress " award, 3; Senior Play 4; " The King and I " 3. SPERANDIO, KATHLEEN: Cake Sale 1, 2; Graphic Arts Club 2; Future Teachers 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Christmas Dance 4. ST. PETER. DENISE: Cake Sale 1. 2: Drill Team 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Car Wash 4: Spaghetti Supper 4; Future Teach- ers 3. STEIN, ELLEN: Drama Club 2; " Camelot " 2; Debate Club 3; National Honor Society 3; Yearbook 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Sen- ior Play 4. STORME, LORRAINE: Chorus 1, 2; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Drama 2, 3, 4; Musical Comedy 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Car Wash 4. STORME, LYNNE: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Drama 2, 3, 4; Musical Comedy 3, 4; Senior Play 4. SWALLOW, ROBERTA: Field Hockey 2; Softball 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SWEENEY, ED: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; Car Wash 4. SWEENEY, JANET: Executive Committee 1, 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Softball 2, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4, Captain; Future Teachers 3, 4; Girls Print Club 2. SWEENEY, MARY KATHLEEN: Girls Shop Club 2; Executive Committee 3, 4; Cake Sale 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Car Wash 4; Class Play 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. SYREK, MICHAEL: Monitor 1, 2; Audio-Visual Aides 3, 4. TAGLIERL JOAN: Cake Sale I. 2, 3: Basketball 2, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Crusader 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. TAYLOR, DIANNE: Tennis 2, 3. 4; Car Wash 4; Yearbook 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. THOMPSON. NANCY: Junior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 4. TREPSAS, RICHARD: National Honor Society 2. 3, 4; Chem- istry Club 2; Math Competition 3; Mainstreams 4; Crusader 3, 4; Yearbook 4. TRIPLETT, ROSE: Advanced Gymnastics 2, 3; Tennis 4; Basket- ball 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 4. TROY, JAMES: Junior Prom Committee 3; Executive Committee 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. VAREIKA, CAROL: Home Ec Club 2; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. VEIGA, PAMELA: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4. VIERRA. ELIZABETH: Basketball 2; Softball 3; Debate Club 4. VOSSMER, RALPH: Track 2; Chefs Club 2, 4. WAKEFIELD. LOUISE: " Camelot " 2; Car Wash 4; Yearbook 4: Senior Play 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. WARNOCK, BARBARA: Dance Committee 1; Executive Com- mittee 1, 4; Home Ec Club 2; Knitting Club 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3; Daisy Chain 3; Yearbook 4: Spaghetti Supper 4. WARREN, FRANK: Monitors 1. 2; Track 3, 4; Industrial Arts Society 4. WEEMAN, CAROLE ANN: Tennis 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3; Cake Sale 3; Field Hockey (manager) 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Yearbook (editorial staff) 4; Student Council 4. WELCH. JANE: Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 2. 3. 4; Tennis 2. 3; Yearbook 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. WELCH, JOSEPH: Industrial Arts Society 3, 4; Chefs Club 4. WELCH, WILLIAM: Basketball 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Cake Sale 3; Spaghetti Supper 4. WERESKA, FRANCIS: Executive Committee 1; Cross Country 2; Track 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain); Junior Prom 3; Football 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4; Yearbook (Sports Editor) 4. WEST, ARLENE: Car Wash 4. WHALEN, CHRISTINE: Class vice-president 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1; Cake Sales 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 3; Junior Prom 3; Spaghetti Supper 4; Christmas Dance 4; Class Play 4. WHITEHEAD, JOHN: Baseball 1, 4; Honor Society 2, 3; Foot- ball 2, 3. 4; Drama Club 2; Junior Prom 3; Christmas Dance 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Car Wash 4. WILLIAMS, JOHN: Basketball ]; Drama Club 2, 3; Golf 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Stotonian 4; Student Council 4. WILLIAMSON, JAMES: Data Processing Club 2. YETMAN, CHARLOTTE: Gymnastics 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4. YETMAN, LINDA: Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 1; Cake Sale 2, Dance Committee 2; Ski Club 3; Car Wash 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; Stotonian 4; Junior Prom 3. YOUNG, NEIL: Golf 2, 3, 4; Car Wash 4. ZAWALICH. ROBERT: Chemistry Club 2; Math Competition 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Crusader editor 3, 4; Science Count- down 3; Mainstreams 4; Stotonian 4; Car Wash 4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4. MOST POPULAR Billy and Chris FRIENDLIEST Mike and Ann SENIOR MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Valerie and Bob 80 SUPERLATIVES 81 82 86 " Well, I first became interested in this type of work through those F-period Guidance Career Forums. " 92 HISTORY FRESHMEN . . . 1964-1965 . . . ... we begin . . . split sessions . . . dragging yourself out of bed at noon . . . getting out of school on cold winter evenings ... a close atmosphere of intimacy . . . the building all to ourselves . . . hours spent staring out the window watching the new annex go up . . . those mysterious upperclassmen . . . Class Advisor Miss Swiatek and officers: President, Billy Clark; Vice-President, Chris Whalen; Secretary, Jeanne Dawe; Treasurer, Eddie Lindelof . . . " What $200.00? " . . . " The Green Bean Bop " . . . Mother ' s Day Sweet Sale . . . Freshman football saw an excellent season of four wins, one loss, and one tie . . . the basketball team walked away with eight wins and only two loses . . . Junior Varsity cheerleaders were Jo-Ann Morse, Sue Polychrones, Linda Yet- man, Peggy Fernandes, Linda Purcell, Jeanne Dawe, Norma Brown . . . our first Pep Rally ... we are looking forward to be- coming an integral part of SHS as . . . Warren, Valerie, Gail, Marjorie, Judy, Ann, Chris, Joan, Janet, Kathy, Carole Ann, Barbara, Jane . . . elections . . . Student Council repre- sentatives: Valerie Dembrowsky, Joan Taglieri, Kathy Penardi, Andi Courteau, Linda Witheril . . . Dr. Sperandio becomes our new principal . . . those field trips . . . the drama and music departments accomplish the impossible and the all-school musical Camelot is a smashing suc- cess . . . Math Competition Team— Steve and Bob . . . Thespian Society ... on the sports scene: Chris Johnson, Steve Makris, Dan Reilly, and, of course, Chunky . . . our second year at SHS is over . . . and now as upperclassmen . . . photo by Frank E. Maioli . . . JUNIORS . . . 1966-1967 . . . U.S. History . . . everyone proudly displaying new class rings . . . class project: ski parkas . . . extra-large, please . . . navy blue . . . remember dues? . . . science fairs, shop hops and sessions . . . moment of meditation . . . Varsity cheerleaders: Jo-Ann Morse, Sue Polychrones, Linda Yetmann, Jeanne McGonagle, Peggy Fernandes, Mary Craig, Denise St. Peter . . . and another class treasurer, Danny McGarry . . . Girls ' State candidates: Ann McGullicuddy and Valerie Dembrowsky; Boys ' State candidates: photo by Frank E. Maioli John Power, John Crawford, Steve Johnson, Warren Shore . . . Student Council . . . collecting for the Christ- mas baskets . . . SHS adopts a Vietnamese child . . . The King and I . . . Tournament of Plays . . . Steve Johnson is the first editor oi Mainstreams . . . sweet memories of the Junior Prom: " Apple Blossom Time " . . . Terri Flah- erty crowned queen . . . the Daisy Chain . . . ushering at Baccalaureate, Class Night, Commencement Exercises . . . seeing how it ' s done ... we bade farewell to the seniors . . . and now we assume the sovereign positions as . . . 99 . . . SENIORS . . . 1967-1968 . . . rallying for the final drive . . . college boards . . . acceptances . . . report to the guidance office . . . mid- years . . . Problems class ... a bad case of Senioritis . . . class of ' 68 scores a first in the history of SHS: five Na- tional Merit Semi-finaUsts: Robert Zawalich, Valerie Dembrowsky, Frank Burke, Gail Kennedy. Richard Trepsas ... oh well, another treasurer. Carl LaCivita . . . cake sales and car washes . . . " Holly and Happiness " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . the Thanksgiving rally and a wet Canton game . . . co-captains Chunky and Danny Reilly . . . Jo-Ann captains the cheerleaders . . . Janet leads her majorettes . . . Stoughton High ' s band . . . girls ' sports . . . Bev and Gail . . . " Did you get your pictures back yet? " . . . " oh " . . . senior class play: Arsenic and Old Lace . . . National Honor Society President Steve Johnson. Vice-President Gail Kennedy. Secretary Chris Whalen, Treasurer Frank Burke . . . Student Council Pres- ident Steve Makris, Vice-President Andi Courteau. Secre- tary Joan Tagheri, Treasurer Buddy Dyke . . . Computer photo by Frank E. Maioli Dance . . . Crusader editors, Bob Zawalich and Richard Trepsas . . . " what school newspaper? " . . . Stotonian edi- tors: Judy Lord, Valerie Dembrowsky, Andi Courteaii, Frank Heffernan, Frank Wereska, Steve Johnson, Mary Craig, Carole-Ann Weeman . . . The Sound of Music . . . The Diary of Anne Frank . . . Stoughton High ' s dramatic productions . . . remember that freezing winter of ' 67- ' 68? ... no school and two feet of snow ... ski trips! ... a year for flower children and the pseudo- psychedelic movement . . . remember those wild senior parties . . . that indomitable class spirit . . . the class trip . . . Senior Reception . . . Class Night . . . Graduation . . . awards and honors . . . June 7, 1968 . . . tears, . . . relief , . . swapping yearbooks . . . memorable personahties . . . Up the Muddy with Danny, Duke, Jimmy, Tom, and Dennis . . . the future a nebulous cloud; . . . looking for a decent job . . . waiting to hear from colleges . . . waiting . . . clinging to the securities of the past . . . anticipating the challenges of the future . . . ' bye now . . . keep in touch . . . photo by Frank t. Maioli CLASS WILL We, the Class of nineteen hundred and sixty-eight, being of sound mind and body, do hereby commit to posterity our Last Will and Testament: FRANK CLARK leaves a pair of muddy cleats to Fitzy. DENISE ST. PETER leaves her crutches to the next uncoordinated cheerleader. GERARD MYERS leaves Mr. C. Lynch a piece of his right front tooth. JAY HARRINGTON leaves his hernia to Mr. Graham. NEIL YOUNG leaves Mr. Lynch a dozen golf baUs. MARY CRAIG leaves Mr. Jardin a broken window shade. FRANK, NANCY, JO-ANN, and RON leave Mr. Coen peace of mind. STEVE SHAUGHNESSY leaves Mr. Cabral one skyview seat for the basketball games. PAT RAPP leaves Mr. Cormier her long hair. GAIL KENNEDY leaves Mr. Gregory her blank Westingliouse Scholarship application. ERIC CHIPMAN leaves a dirty floor to Pete Wallan. JOHN POWER leaves a laser gun to Mr. Gregory. JO-ANNE CARRARA leaves her flip-top collection to the class of ' 69. KATHY BUCKLEY leaves with many warm memories of SHS. JUNE COSTELLO leaves her writer ' s cramp to next year ' s shorthand class. ELLEN GREEN leaves her geranium. KATHY SCRIVENS leaves a sour piano note. MIKE SCANLON leaves a ' 46 Ford Coupe. STEVE JOHNSON leaves an overcoat to Akaky. RICH MERRIAM leaves his speeding tickets. MARY LYNCH leaves her broken baton. CHRIS JOHNSON leaves JOE RAFALKO a set of tinker toys. ROBERT ZAWALICH leaves Mr. Holbert a ZAWALOCULE. BRUCE JACKMAN and PAUL DUCOTT leave Mr. Vogel a recording of " Supermouth " . MARIANNE O ' DONNELL leaves Mr. Pierce her half-pithed frog. WARREN SHORE leaves Mr. Nastasi an Italian-English dictionary. BOB DUNN leaves Mr. Gregory two sets of dental plates to help explain the a-bscissa and o-rdinate. ANN FALLON leaves Mr. Cabral all her life savers and gum. RON LARGE leaves Mr. Daly a spelling book. BOB FAUNCE leaves his data tables to Mr. Holbert. 102 DALE SAMUELS leaves the buzz in Mr. Jardin ' s bubbler to the U.S. Distant Early Warning System. FRANK BURKE leaves Mr. Gregory a blank check from NDEA. JUDY LORD leaves the last word to Mr. Fitzmaurice. SUE SNIDER leaves Mr. Stott a basket of fruit. LYNN NORRIS leaves Mr. Vogel a future " Koufax " . KAREN MASON leaves Mr. Cabral a violin. TONI JARDIN leaves Mr. Sarno her madras tie. FRANK HINDS leaves his sideburns to Dr. Sperandio. GUS GRIGAS leaves his " wind tunnel " to Mr. Hart. MARGIE DEAN leaves her laugh to Mr. Edmonston. PAUL DAGENAIS leaves Mr. Fitzmaurice a wiglet. JUDY CLIFFORD leaves her Problems to Miss O ' Hearn. FRANK WERESKA leaves Mr. Peirce a butterfly net. JONl TAG leaves a big, red, juicy apple to Mr. Peirce and dares him to eat it without his Poligrip. DI ANNE SMITH leaves her top locker to the jolly green giant. ANDI leaves to find the ultimate C-arefree, A-dventuresome, P-eaceful, E-xistence. KATHY SPERANDIO leaves Physiology with her cat, Harold. LENNY HOLMES leaves his broom to Richard Gillmartin. JAMES DIRENZO leaves his marbles. DONNA COSTA leaves all her wide turns to Mr. Lynch. PATTY BOLTON leaves Mrs. Kauffman ' s class thorouglily confused. TOM WALSH leaves all his old spelin tests. ERNEST KENSWIL leaves his illustrious school record. MIKE SELLARS leaves something in Hemp ' s locker. FRANCIS X. leaves John Power to Mr. Gregory ' s laser. Mr. Holbert ' s " F-troop " leaves his E period class hopefully. CARLA KREIMER leaves a big mirror for the senior girls ' basement. DEBBIE KNOWLES leaves an empty case of theatrical make-up. PAULA SANDERS leaves her mother in the cafeteria. VD leaves for the Left Bank .... and THE EDITORS leave the keys to the lily pad 103 -CLASSM CLASSES m ' - UNDERC ■ ■■ ■■■ ■■■ ■■■ H Hi UNDER EN UNDER JUNIORS With Eddie Kelleher, Kathy Doyle, Joan O ' Connor, and Lynda Fisher to lead them and Mr. Jardin to provide guidance, the Class of ' 69 anticipates an enthusiastic senior year. The junior year was sparked financially by cake sales and the class project- the sale of sweatshirts. An intensive dues campaign was conducted. The main social function of the year was the annual Junior Prom, held at the Junior High School cafeteria, tastefully decorated. With the theme of " Carousel " the juniors and their dates danced to the strains of the high school dance band, under the baton of Mr. LeGrow. Next year ' s athletic teams will include John Sperandio and Steven Vale, as captains of the football team; Frank Compagnone, Kirk Buschenfeldt, Rick Whittaker, John Pechonis, and Kent Powell, returning from the success- ful basketball team. The top cheerleaders will be Joanne Hickey , Kathi Briody, Lynda John- son, Doris Swanberg, and Shelley Ostis. Drama participants include Karen Valutke- vitch, Gail Rayner, and Richard Lindelof. ' 69 musicians selected for SEMSBA were Steve Delello, Jeanne Doucet, Steve Blaizis, and Stephen Tapper. The Class of ' 68 now leaves the top post in the hope that their successors will be success- ful. Our thanks go to the juniors for their support and our best wishes are extended to them for future years. CLASS OF 1969 108 SOPHOMORES Following a very successful freshman year highlighted by a cake sale and their dance, " The Noise " , the Class of 1970 is again creating a niche for itself in school annals. As sophomores, they have sponsored another successful cake sale, and the well-attended class dance, appropriately labeled, " The Sec- ond Time Around " . Filling the posts of officers are BUI Kell, Patty Gay, Gayle Web- ster, and John O ' Donnell. The class is advised by Mr. Sarno. Sophomore athletes played a significant part in Stoughton victories. The football squad included Joe Rafalko, John O ' DonneU, Alan Crosby, Marty Kwedor, Kenny Gilpat- rick, and Errol Austin. During the basketball season, sophomores made up the exciting Jayvee team. Mike Duffy, Jimmy Mahar, Frank Sereno, Steve Smith, Jim Pooler, Steve Fitzpatrick and Bill Lyons hustled for the J Vs. Of course, a key man on the varsity was a sophomore - Burnie De Vaughn. Cheer- ing for our boys were Barb Stuart, Brenda Rock, Marie Moran, Mervina Moran, Linda Coletti, and Maureen Purcell. Sophomores also played prominent roles in music and drama. The Class of ' 70 has shown great school spirit and an impressive list of achievements. We wish them luck in the re- mainder of their stay at S.H.S. EXECUTIVES 109 I CLASS OF 1970 110 CLASS OF 1970 112 FRESHMEN This year ' s Freshman class entered Stoughton High with the largest enrollment in the school ' s history. We hope that the newest members of our school will provide strength in support as well as in number. Under the guidance of Mr. Edmonston, class advisor, the class officers, Jeff Russell, Paula Olsiewski, Patrice Whalen, and John Ciulla, are taking the first steps towards a successful high school career. Included in the program of activities are a dance to be held on March 23, and a cake sale. Helping to lead the class are Student Council rep- resentatives, Gail Quadros, Kathy Carpenter, Elaine Carabatsos, Marianne Fay, and Cindy Kimtis. In sports, the freshman football team enjoyed a successful season. Their record of four wins against one loss and a tie promises something to look for- ward to in future years. Cheering the boys on were Sherry Thompson, Patrice Whalen, Cindy Kimtis, Ellen Hines, and Donna Price. Paula Olsiewski, vice-president; Mr. Edmonston, advisor; Jeff Russell, ' President; Patrice Whalen, secretary. Not present: John CiuUa, treasurer. Many of the freshmen are active in the band and chorus, and Vicki Tobin is playing the lead role in the all-school play, " The Diary of Ann Frank. " All in all, it appears that the Class of ' 71 is doing its best to make its first year at S.H.S. a good one. We, the seniors, wish you the best of luck and hope that your remaining years are just as happy as ours have been. CLASS OF 1971 116 FACULTY J LI eULTY i -A LTY FACl ■ ENGLISH MR. COEN Director " OK, Bring it tomorrow! " . . . reading and sports . . . can ' t forget the lunches . . . ap- proves of students who submit poems to Literary Cavalcade . . . dislikes filling out forms for the yearbook . . . rates the senior class as one of the best in years — agreed?. MISS FITZMAURICE Seniors are delightful . . . " Take an A " . . . travel and California . . . remembers coming from the midwest to New England . . . frowns on prejudice of any kind . . . dis- plays a real enthusiasm for life. MISS DAVIS " A good school with a good bunch of kids has good times " . . . swimming, knitting, skiing . . . supports school spirit . . . " you all " . MR. FITZMAURICE Heading the senior corridor in B301 . . . " There is one min- ute until the bell rings! " . . . undivided attention toward the education of students ... he who refused a yearbook inter- view! MISS DINERMAN Found with English book in hand . . . drawing, graphology, horseback riding, ice skating . . . a memory — killing three hornets in her classroom . . . dislikes people who pretend to be what they ' re not. MISS GOLD Likes Melville ' s " Snivilization? ' ' . . . dislikes Louise Hawthorne . . . tennis. MISS DONOVAN Teaching literature to freshman and sophomores . . . likes the seniors — especially homeroom . . . movies ... a thoroughly modern personality with under- standing for the teenagers. MRS. HOOKS The former Miss Caruso . . . " Study!! " . . . pastimes are the theatre and travel . . . sweet, and just plain nice . . . wishes luck to the seniors. 118 DEPARTMENT MISS LORFING That first day of class . . . dis- likes inconsideration . . . music . . . cooking . . . sewing . . . " Now wait a minute! " MISS MINEHAN An honest individualist photography and music likes a friendly smile . . . erupting floor of A305 . . . members her first day classes. the re- of MR. SULLIVAN Our all-American teacher . . . football ... a real sharp dresser . . . that case of chicken pox! ... a good con- versationalist ... a great guy. MISS MOOR E " English isn ' t that bad " . . . music and reading . . . objects to students who don ' t co-oper- ate ... " wishes the class of ' 68 ' luck. " MRS. ROACH Seniors are some of her favor- ite people . . . sketching and horseback riding . . . three weeks of Emily Dickenson . . . can ' t tolerate backtalk . . . our Miss Congeniality. MISS TANSEY A new faculty member . . . " Lunch " ... a spirited word for swimming and basketball . . . remembers students who discuss matters pertinent to them and their development. MR. TAPPER Our patient yearbook advisor . . . likes sports, drama, and pleasant people . . . dislikes rude students . . . will always remember spending the last week of school in the hospital. 119 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT MR. BERRY Marching through Latin with Caesar . . . classroom driver ed . . . says the class of " 68 is terrific and enjoys working with a " topshelf " group . . . baseball, hockey, and reading . . . " Right! " MISS GASPAROTTO Always smiling . . . " Stop laughing! " . . . tries all sports — skiing next? . . . the senior class, " Oh. no! " . . . French and Spanish I. MISS LAVALLEE Director A perfect recording session in the laboratory? . . . " Oulala! " . . . foreign travel, knitting and baseball . . . pet peeve-papers thrown on the floor . . . the senior class is friendly and en- thusiastic. MR. SANTORO Wants students who are re- sponsible and have a good sense of humor . . . hockey, as well as all sports, and dating . . . " Silence! " . . . our Mr. Pink Socks. MR. HEALY A statue of Cicero . . . " Learning can be fun! " . . . rifles, football, good music, theatre . . . seniors? " More alive than last year ' s " . . . English, too. MR. LAVALLE A booming voice, ' Turn around! " ... on the golf course or the tennis courts . . . can be found teachine French in D-308 . . . " C " " h a r 1 i e Brown. " MR. SILVA El Sefior Silva . . . " This year weVe really going to work hard. " . . . improve your oral grade ... a diet — pears and celery . . . likes Brown Uni- versity and the Cardinals. MATH DEPARTMENT ■ ■ . .- i , MR. AALPOEL One of the " Class V Nag " (s) . . . hunting, fishing and helping seniors with trig . . . advisor to our Math Competition Club ... a reserved and mild- mannered teacher, who rules without raising his voice. MR. CABRAL " Strictly out to lunch " ... in a " 68 ? . . . our Honor Society advisor . . . will re- member this year ' s class . . . bowling, reading, and " Baby Pictures " . . . " Too much " . . . Mr. C. — a friend. MR. ALLMAN " The Student Council should represent the student body! " . . . Christmas baskets . . . elections, of course . . . ge- ometry . . . " Isn ' t anyone else coming to the meeting? " . . . Always enjoys sports, photog- raphy and the stock market. MR. VOGEL Director " C ' est la vie " . . . converses with sea gulls (?) and educates kids . . . " Don ' t cry, Joe " . . . an individual in the year of Yaz and Williams . . . pulling " raids, " fishing, and sailing . . . students and Mr. V. — a mutual admiration society. MISS LOMBARDI " The fact of the matter is — " . . . advisor to our cheerlead- ers .. . New Zealand in the future? . . . new member of the S.H.S. math department — welcome . . . irritated by hip- pies, but impressed by seniors. Skeleton in the closet? MR. GALANTE A hot ticket . . . helpful and understanding . . . sports, mu- sic, movies . . . Italian food . . . this chaperone cherishes memories of the senior car wash. If P I 121 MATH DEPARTMENT MR. NASTASI Math and museums; sports and math . . . " Practice your back- hand " ... " always wear white " . . . likes to eat (but definitely not in front of a T.V.) . . . the seniors rate with Mr. N. MRS. SAVICKI " Think " . . . Algebra I . . . music, reading, and Honor So- ciety . . . opposed to mini skirts and long-haired boys . . . never say " yah " . . . " You cannot go to your lock- ers now! " MRS. SCUDDER Likes to teach but not to be taught . . . former student teacher . . . " Gotta have a cigarette! " . . . loves children (especially the students) SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MR. GREGORY Director P.S.S.C. ... As a new grandpa he enjoys babysitting (50 cents an hour?) . . . admires seniors because he has watched them grow . . . " Now do you have any more questions? " MR. HART " By Jove " . . . awaits gradua- tion of a former freshman class . . . hobbies are boating and reading . . . believes that the seniors are a nice group of young adults who will be suc- cessful. MR. HENRY As a first-year teacher, his most memorable experiences are oc- curring all the time . . . inter- ested in photography and out- door sports . . . enjoys almost everything about life, except mushrooms, walnuts, and coco- nut . . . " Think " . . . good luck to a teacher with class. 122 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MR. HOLBHRT His hobbies — tennis and more tennis . . . enjoys labs, but not corre cting them . . . " No mark- overs on data tables. " ... a happy day to remember — the birth of a son on July 16 . . . agrees the seniors are: " a little more intelligent than the soph- omores, and not only because of age. " MR. NASSISE sports minded — golf and bowl- ing . . . dislikes the low en- rollrnent in Chemistry . . . " The better man takes Chem. " . . . the senior class is a " really good group. " MR. LYONS Creative thinking, rock collect- ing, and investigation . . . can ' t take " blabber mouths " . . . will cherish the memory of that special odor of Sphalerite (?)... " Rock!? Thac ' s a min- eral!! " MRS. KAUFFMAN " Make peace not pieces " . . . music, art, drama, and politics . . . thoughts of her husband ' s message announced over the intercom during a class . . . pet peeve — students who plain- tively wail, " But I don ' t know what the homework was. " MISS PRATTI " Pretty Pratti " . . . how could one so sweet and nice like to dissect frogs? . . . likes teenag- ers with manners . . . " You don ' t say! So your baby sister really ate your lab report? " MR. PEIRCE " He knows " physiology stu- dents are " cool cats " . . . likes shakes and spiders (?)... ski- ing and golf . . . will excitedly recall the " Stoughton Open " . . . " See you around the Campus. " MR. SARNO Thinks the senior class is un- believable (is that good or bad?) . . . enjoys athletics — especially golf and skiing . . . " As they say in France, tough- o " . . . will always remember the release of the book. Return of the Rats by Perry Cox. 123 MR. DALY " The problem with — " . . . patience and Driver Ed. stu- dents . . . spending time at the library ... a quiet but effec- tive teacher. MR. CORMIER Director Takes the problems out of Problems . . . " Don ' t tell my wife! " . . . sports, reading . . . keeping out of trouble . . . will never forget first seeing his new classes . . . tolerate gum chewing students? — definitely not. MR. EDMONSTON " Is that right? " . . . basketball, basketball, basketball ... an enthusiasm for the Boston Celtics and Chinese food . . . armoyed by people who gripe . . . boasts an addition to the family — little Donald John. MR. FLANAGAN Beating Cardinal Spellman . . . " You better believe it " . . . en- joys golf, swimming, the Green Bay Packers . . . pet peeve — losing to Canton . . . " The best to a class with class. " SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT MR. JARDIN Keeps the atmosphere friendly . . . found listening to good music . . . running . . . birth of Mathew Jardin ... a great football coach. MR. R. LYNCH " Let ' s all listen, please " . . . always enjoys flassical and semi-classical music ... al- ways, always enjoys good pen- manship! . . . that visit to an Indian village . . . disapproves of dissenters in the U.S. MR. McCarthy Ninth grade civics class . . . avid baseball fan . . . history and music . . . " All right now that ' s enough! " MISS O ' HEARN " Oh, you must know! " ... fa- vorites are art, traveling and skiing . . . remembers having a non-English speaking student, Vic America, in a U.S. History class . . . detests hot dogs . . . truly the students ' choice. 124 MR. TWOMEY " Let me call my lawyer first " . . . likes pipe and podium . . . annoyed by people who write on desks ... pet peeve — sessions in B-210. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT MRS. RICHMOND Director " Think before you write! " . . . helpful, understanding, and most of all, sincere . . . read- ing and shopping . . . predicts a favorable future for class of ' 68. MR. BOUSHELL Very sports minded . . . " Eyes off the keyboard " . . . that baseball championship of ' 68! . . . dislikes talkative students ... a respected guy. MISS DOHERTY A warm smile for all ... bridge, piano, baseball (partic- ularly the Braves) . . guilty of procrastination . . . against mini-mini-mini skirts in school for Business Ed. MR. CARLINO " Quiet down! " . . . " The class of ' 68 is my first graduating class, and I think it is a very good class. " . . . actively en- dorses all sports . . . happily recalls the Class B baseball championship . . . serious, friendly, ready to help. MISS DORSEY Thinks Class of ' 68 is the best class yet . . . has the greatest knack for losing things . . . skating, swimming, and photog- raphy . . . " Thank God! " MRS. FALK Business education . . . that quiet friendliness . . . views the seniors favorably, but some are very lazy . . . sewing, knit- ting, her husband, and home. MR. MAIOLI Head of SHS camera bugs . . . boating . . . music a.id travel- ing . . . the classroom phase of Driver-Ed. . . . " Seniors are great. " 125 HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT MISS MacINTYRE Funloving . . . B-210 . . . loves to sew . . . " Imagine that " . . . found taking extra courses at Simmons College . . . will always remember this senior class. MRS. PROPHETT Director " Color me gone " . . . occa- sionally moody . . . Period A Home He. . . . eating and relax- ing ... a friendly " Come on girls! " MISS O ' NEIL Warm and sociable . . . first year at SHS . . . Russian tea, shishkebob, and cardboard houses . . . likes sewing and shopping . . . " Get out of that refrigerator! " MRS. SPROUL " Girls! Stop that talking! " . . . skiing, sewing, antiquing . . . fond memories of a fruitless fruit cake and a tea ring that didn ' t quite make it. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT MR. FINN " Could I have your attention please ' ; enjoys skiing, fishing, and golf (when it goes well) . . . recalls the day a duck waddled through the lumber room — Can it be?! MR. McGEOUGH Director Summer vacations, golf, and the Red Sox ... " A good, honest, decent, good natured young man " . . . modest? Of course . . . dislikes long haired boys . . . could possibly enjoy shopping?! 126 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT MR. SCHENSNOL The search for interested stu- dents . . . electronics . . . hobbies include skiing and rifle shooting ... a driving instruc- tor with nerves of steel?! MR. TARDANICO Serious, neat, industrious . . . desires good quality and organ- ization . . . pet peeve — long- haired boys . . . " Do you get the point? " . . . found in the print shop. 127 BAND AND VOCAL MUSIC DEPARTMENT SPEECH AND DRAMA DEPARTMENT MR. STOTT Director 128 ART DEPARTMENT PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MR. GRAHAM Director " Let ' s go gang! " . . . sports, music, outdoor life . . . detests lazy people without an aim in life . . . class of ' 68 is an ex- cellent one which has a great deal of future potential!! MR. C. LYNCH " That student is a soft as a grape! wmners never wm and cheaters always cheat . . . feels most of the great seniors will graduate in June. MISS PACKARD i " What are you waiting for — IChristmas? " . . . finds the sen- liors cooperative ... the " ex- ploding ice pack of field hockey season! " . . . snow and water |skiing . . . treasures those iCape Cod week-ends. MRS. HAGGETT " You featherhead! " . . . dis- likes girls who " mean-mouth her " . . . feminine and very southern . . . California, danc- ing, her husband, and dog " Ac- tion " . . . feels most girls at S.H.S. are learning to be adult ladies — and approves. 129 MR. McDERMOTT Librarian MRS. VOGEL School Nurse MR. MURRAY Director of Reading MRS. CRUMBLEY Secretary CAFETERIA PERSONNEL-Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. McArdle, Mrs. DiFabia, Mrs. Altonen, Mrs. Shattuck, Mrs. Lehan, Mrs. Berry. 130 SPORTS IN MEMORIAM It was just a few short years ago that Kevin Clancy starred for the Stougliton High School football and baseball teams . . . that Paul McEachron dazzled the fans with thrilling runs and interceptions on the gridiron . . . two inspirational boys . . . zealous competitors . . . respected by coaches and teammates . . . but, above all, by younger play ers . . . dependable and loyal . . . During the past year, Ensign Kevin Clancy lost his life while on active service for the U. S. Navy . . . Lance Corporal Paul McEachron perished in combat with the Marines in Viet Nam ... To the memory of these true warriors ... on and off the field . . . we dedicate the pages of the sports section of the 1968 STOTONIAN . . . 134 " There are only two forces in the world, the sword and the spirit. In the long run the sword will always be conquered by the spirit. " (Frederiks, " Maxims of Napoleon. " ) FOOTBALL I- VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: Steve Makris, Dennis Roberts, Dave Ostroff, Chris John- son, George Polillio, Co-captains Ed Chencus and Danny Reilly, Bill Welch, Perry Cox, Mike Kwedor, Frank Clark. Second Row: Steve Vail, Tony SOva, Kirk Buschenfeldt, Bill Clark, Joe PascareUi, Al Rug- giero, Mike PoliUio, Marty Kwedor, Ed Kelleher, Norm MacMillan, Frank Wereska, John Sperandio, Coach Flanagan. Third Row: Mike Duffy, Bob Cugno, Bob Fezio, Russ Anderson, Dale Bishop, Paul Makris, Errol Austin, Coaches Sullivan and Jardin. Fourth Row; Jim Pooler, KenGiUpatrick, Dave Burnie, Manny Cachopa, George Legar- ski, Billy Hawkins, Dick Ryan, Dick Fitzgerald, John O ' Donnell, Joe Rafalko, Allan Crosby mgr., (equipment boy) Rick LeopardL Co-captain Ld Chencus Co-captain Dan Reill 136 FRESHMEN First Row: Steve Marjarite, Scott Sullivan, Harold Fugate, George Perry, Clarence Buttler, Bob Dougherty, Bill Tot- man, Russel Deutsch, Gary Jordan, Arnold Cullman. Second Row: Dennis Yataines, Bob Kilduff, Don Reed, Bob Bosse, Robert Spilane, Chuck Dugan, Dave Kennedy, Mark Belle- vau, Joe Powers. Third Row: Mike Jardin, Fred Nelson, Jeff Little, Robert Frizelle, Richard Grieco, Art Stewart, Mike Roach, Mark Pistor, Guy Toti. Hampered by serious injuries and a tough " independent " schedule, Stoughton High ' s football team ended with a 2-6 1 record. Injuries kept Dave Ostroff, John O ' Donnell, and Co- VARSITY captain Dan Reilly out most of the season; they kept many other 2 wins 6 losses operatives out of key practice sessions or one or two games. Rindge 6- 22 Battling valiantly throughout the season, the gridsters were Hyde Park 16- 6 unable to overcome the power shortage. Newton South 0- 20 The " independents " faced this year (for the last time) were Reading 16- 28 all strong. Most arrived at game-time with an undefeated record, Taunton 0- 37 Nevertheless, the team managed to give account of itself in Coyle 0- 16 every game except one. In several, it held leads, only to succumb Spellman 6- 0 to the sturdy manpower facing it. High spots were the near- Canton 0- 6 upset of powerful Reading where the 28-16 loss belies the close- JUNIOR VARSITY ness of the game, and the surprise win over strong Spellman 6 wins 1 loss 6-0. The Black Knights nearly took the " big one " against a good King Phillip 38- 8 Canton team, but the " elements " conspired against them— the Spellman 22 - 0 mud and rain limited their passing attack. Despite the gooey Franklin 14- 12 going, Capt. Chencus picked up impressive yardage. " Chunky " Oliver Ames 8- 6 ended up an all-scholastic choice for the area for the year. Coyle 14- 0 The Class of ' 68 provided the backbone of the team for the Mansfield 0- 14 third year in a row. They will be difficult to replace. However, Canton 20- 0 strong J.V. and freshman teams, coupled with the inspiration of FRESHMAN Hockamock League competition for the first time augurs well 4 wins 1 loss 1 tie for the future. Franklin 8- 8 SALUTE TO " FLAG " ! Spellman 20- 0 At the close of the 1968 football season, Stoughton High finds Oliver Ames 20- 12 itself with a great loss— Coach Bob Flanagan. It was Mr. Mansfield 20- 8 Flanagan ' s determination and his great dedication to a sport he Canton 20- 14 loves that instilled in the boys under him the spirit and pride | that is so vital to football. His absence will be felt deeply by classes to come, and his dedication and spirit will continue to benefit those who were fortunate enough to receive his training. 137 SENIOR STARS 138 140 First Row: G. Webster, G. Jackman, J.Trotta, T. Spencei, J. Ceruti, C. Costa, K. Doyle, K. Hansen. Second Row: D. Wilkinson, P. Gay, K. KeUeher, R. McArdle, B. Hem, E. Hausammann, P. Olsiewski, K. Olsen, J. Johnson, Miss Packard, coach. Third Row: C. Gallagher, V. French, B. Rogers, J. Loan, P. Veiga, J. Garrick, A. Courteau, Co- captains G. Kennedy, and B. Hem, Mrs. Haggett, Coach. Co-captain Bev Hem FIELD HOCKEY Under the direction of two new coaches, Mrs. Haggett and Miss Packard, the varsity field hockey team completed the 1967 season with a record of 3 ties and 7 losses. The team, headed by co-captains Beverly Hern and Gail Kennedy, in- cluded seniors Andrea Courteau, Virginia French, Judy Garrick, Jo Ann Loan, and Pamela Veiga. With many underclassmen re- turning next year, the team looks forward to a more success- ful season in ' 68. Co-captain Gale Kennedy CROSS COUNTRY First Row; James McKim, John Pcchonis. Tony DiBencdiito, C aptain Steve I itzpatrick, Brian Femald, Jim Connolly. Second Row: Chris Wilson, Tom O ' Conncr, David Staples, William Fecney, Charles Ahem, Tom Meservex. Third Row: Dave Atkinson, Eric Campbell, Dave Wilson, Coach Graham. The Cross Country team under the direction of Coach Graham, completed a successful season this fall. Out of strong competition, Stoughton emerged with a four wins and two loss record. Althougli the team had a fine season, the future seems even better. The team is composed of almost all underclassmen, many of whom will be seniors this coming sea- son. This year the Hockomock League provided the Cross Country runners strong opposi- tion such as Foxboro, who defeated Stoughton on the opening day, and Sharon who went on to win the League Championship. Led by junior captain Steve Fitzpatrick, Stoughton placed third in the league and third in the South Shore. Many other fine runners include John Pechonis, Kent Powell, Tom Meserve, John Gillespie, and Jim Connolly. Steve Fitzpatrick, who placed twenty-second in the state meet, is expected to provide a strong nucleus for the upcoming season. 146 BASKETBALL First Row: Mark Kwedor, Walter Gillpatrick, Ed Chencus, Co-captains Mike Kwedor and Bruce Jackman, Frank Wereska, Kirk Buschenfeldt, William Roche. Second Row: Richard Leopardi, Mgr., John Pechonis, Joe Pascarelli, Bumie DeVaughn, Dick Whittaker, Frank Compagnone, Kent Powell, Coach— Donald J. Edmonston. Absent from picture: Daniel DiNolo. Co-captain Bruce Jackman REGULAR SEASON Date Stoughton 81 12 15 Xaverian 58 Stoughton 75 12 19 North Attleboro 59 Taunton 61 12 22 Stoughton 46 Stoughton 76 12 27 North Attleboro 59 Stoughton 59 1 3 Canton 36 Stoughton 64 1 5 Mansfield 62 Stoughton 63 1 9 King Phillip 56 Stoughton 82 1 13 Oliver Ames 73 Sharon 60 1 16 Stoughton 44 Stougliton 90 1 19 Franklin 72 Stoughton 81 1 23 Foxboro 62 Stoughton 62 1 30 Mansfield 58 Stoughton 53 2 2 King Phillip 51 Oliver Ames 57 2 6 Stoughton 50 Stoughton 54 2 9 Sharon 50 Stoughton 60 2 13 Franklin 51 Stoughton 51 2 16 Foxboro 41 Taunton 65 2 19 Stoughton 57 Stoughton 63 2 23 Canton 53 Totals 15 wins — 4 losses Co-captain Mike Kwedor 148 Mark Kwedor Ed Chcncus The 1968 Stoughton High basketball team com- pleted its most successful season in recent years with a Hockomock League Championship. The Knight ' s regular season record was fifteen wins and four losses. The team was also selected to a class C berth in the post-season Tech Tourney at the Boston Garden. Coach Edmonston brought Stoughton to the Tech in his second year at Stougliton. His outstanding lead- ership was a vital factor in the Kniglits ' successful season. An equally important factor in the team ' s success was a confident winning attitude of the boys, led by the team ' s high scoring captain, senior Bruce Jackman. The other regulars were a young group, an indication of even better things to come. Key players included senior co-captain Mike Kwedor and undergraduates John Pechonis, Frank Compagnone, Burnie DeVaughn, Dick Whittaker, and Kirk Buschenfeldt. Further proof of the fine caliber of play of the team was that three players were chosen for Hockomock League All-Stars. Bruce Jackman made it for the first team, while Burnie DeVaughn and Frank Compagnone were selected for the second team. Despite a lack of height and some inexperience, the team showed great speed and shooting ability and, most important, it won when it had to. Considering the great accomplishments of this year ' s youth ful team, it seems certain that Stougliton ' s basketball fortunes will continue in this successful vein for at least a couple of years. TECH TOURNEY RESULTS Stougliton defeated Dennis-Yarmouth in the open- ing round of class C competition, 43-36. Then, in the quarterfinals played at Brockton ' s West Junior Higli, they outhustled an undefeated Plymouth-Carver quin- tet by the score of 69-67. John Pechonis led the winners with a 21 point effort. After this, it was on to the Boston Garden for the semi-finals, where the best was yet to come. The op- ponent was Sharon, and Stoughton played one of its finest games of the season. Stougliton took an early lead and at one point led by as much as eleven points. The final score: Stoughton 58, Sharon 52. Now Stougliton was in the class C final. On that un- forgetable night at the Garden, against Case, the " car- diac kids " gave their most rousing performance of the year. With just three seconds left in the game and Stoughton trailing by two, Frank Campagnone stepped to the foul line and made two free throws to send the game into overtime. Then, as the buzzer rang at the end of the overtime period, Compagnone was fouled again. This time he sank one free throw to send the game into still another overtime. Unfortunately, the team was unable to win, even though it had a chance to send the game into a third overtime by sinking two more free throws; Burnie made the first one, but the second one hit the rim. The Class C Final ended in a defeat for Stoughton, 58-57, but it was a thrilling finish to a great season of basketball at Stoughton High School. 149 Walter Gillpatrick I ' rank Wcrcska JUNIOR VARSITY Front Row: Coach Ringuette, Marty Kwedor, Richard Fitzpatrick, Alan Crosby, Stephen Smith, y j q _ g James Pooler. Back Row: James Maher, William Lyons, Jeff Russel, Frank Serino, Michael Duffy, Errol Austin. FRESHMEN First Row: Leo Hamectman, Richard Zawalich, Mekeith Weeman, Bill Hunt, Arnold Cullman, Art Stewart. Second Row: Joe Powers, Bob Dougherty, Jim Allen, Steve Clark, Richard Bowyer, Coach Carlino. Third Row: Jeff Russel, Mike Fox, Mike Roche, Harris Tracey. 150 GYMNASTICS This year, the Girls ' Gymnastics team, un- der the direction of Mrs. Haggett, won one and lost five of their meets. Competition took place in vaulting, free exercise, and routines on the balanc e beam and uneven parallel bars. With most of the girls returning next year, the team hopes to continue to improve and to better this year ' s record. The team ' s only senior was Mary Glassford. Stoughton Opponent 38.3 Needham 43.4 39.45 Wareham 38.30 40.1 Newton 48.8 28.75 Newton South 40.25 31.2 Weymouth 70.5 34.6 Norwood 50.1 Front Row: P. Green, A. Natola, J. Buckley, K. Brooks, D. Conrad, D. Downey. Back Row: C. Healy, L. Ottaviani, D. Swanburg, L. Bowyer, C. McCarey, M. Glassford, S. Smith. First Row; Miss Packard, coach; Carole-Ann Weeman, Janet Sweeney, Gail Kennedy, Co-captain; Ellen Green, Diane Champion, Karen Barnard, manager. Second Row: Karla Hanrahan, Deedee Yaitanes, Barbara Hern, Lorraine Scaduto, JUl Howsen, Janet Ceruti, Ann Carrara. This year, the Girl ' s Varsity Basketball team, coached by Miss Packard, won the Hockomock League title with a record of ten wins and one loss. In addition, the team advanced to the semifinals of the South- eastern Mass. Invitational Tournament, and placed Carole-Ann Weeman and Barbara Hern on the tournament All-star team. The team, headed by Co-captains Beverly Hern and Gail Kennedy, included seniors Diane Champion, Donna Costa, Cynthia Gallagher, Ellen Green, Janet Sweeney, and Carole-Ann Weeman. Co-captain Beverly Hern Co-captain Gail Kennedy GIRLS BASKETBALL 156 Carole-Ann Weeman Janet Sweeney Diane Champion Ellen Green Donna Costa Cynthia Gallagher First Row: Jeanette Johnson, Barbara Ceruti, Barbara Doucet, Karen Kelliher, Donna Sangiolo. Second Row; Karen Hansen, manager; Donna Costa, Patia CampbeU, Terry Bick ford, Dotty Wil- kinson. Third Row: Cynthia Gallagher, Renee White, Gail Jackman, Barbara Rogers. Buddy Dyke Neil " V ' oung The 1967 Stoughton High Golf Team, coached by Mr. McGeough, concluded a successful season with a six wins and three loss record, placing second in the Hocko- mock League. Led by Captain Jim Harring- ton, they were a youthful team with plenty of talent. The first team was comprised of Harrington, a senior, and Dan Donehy, d junior. The second team was senior Tom WTialen and junior Buddy Dyke. Neil Young and John Williams, both juniors, made up the third team. This year the golf team has a new coach, Mr. LaVelle. If the performance of last year ' s juniors and the quality of the up- coming juniors is any indication, the Knights may be vying for a Hockomock Champion- ship in golf this spring. John Williams 160 TRACK 1967 TRACK SQUAD First Row: Frank Warren, Mike AJtieri, Jim Connolly, John Gilles pie, Neil Walsh, Perry Cox, Tom Tray, Ed Chestnut, Dave Perry, Bill Kell, Bill Hanranhan, Tom Sangiolo, Bill Feeney. Second Row: Coach Graham, Tony Morise, Dick Herhhy, Bob Cugno, Joe Riley, Mark Klim, Mike Duffy, Mark Hadley, Joe Perry, Charhe Ahem, Co-captain The 1967 Stoughton High Track and Field Team finished its season with a record of three wins and five losses. Under the care of Coach Peter Graham, fifty-four boys competed in various track and field events. Our new track and field provided excellent conditions for the Hockomock League Championships which were held here. At this meet, John KJim set a new pole vault record by vaulting 12 ' 1 " , and Norm Swanberg placed second in the 880 yd. run. For the 1968 Season, Coach Graham has many prospects including sophomore Neil Walsh in the discus, juniors John Gillespie and Kent Powell in the mile, and Steve Fitzpatrick in the two mile. Seniors Bill Clark and Dave Ostroff should be a real help to the team. Co-captain Dave Ostroff Norm Swanberg, Ed Carrara, Bill Batte Mgr., Ross Thompson. Third Row : David Staples, Steve Fitzpatrick, Jim McKim, Ray Ball, Dick Ryan, Tony Silva, George Pohllio, Steve Shaughnessy, Frank Weres- ka, Mike Staples, Tom Durgin, Alden Harwood, Bob Carrara, John Sperandio. Co-captain Frank Wereska 161 Stoughton 11 65 78 63 69 56 62 35 Perry Cox 1967 Thayer Acad. Foxboro Mansfield Canton King Philip Oliver Ames Sharon Franklin 3 wins - 5 losses Opponent 54 66 53 68 62 75 69 96 Ray Ball Dan Reilly Frank Warren 163 TENNIS Guided by Coach Nastasi, the ten- nis team shows future promise. War- ren Shore, Frank Burlce, and John Power are back as seniors to head the team, along with juniors Dave Gillon and Steve Tapper and soph- omore David Wilczewski. Good luck to an up and coming team. 1967 TENNIS SQUAD First Row: John Power, David Wilczewski, Steve Tapper, Frank Burke, Second Row: Coach Nastasi, Dave Gillon, Paul Lanza, Warren Shore, Noel Costa. 164 BASEBALL 1967 BASEBALL SQUAD First Row: Ed Chencus, Pete Johnson, Mark Kwedor, Frank Whittaker, John Pechonis, Paul Homer, Dennis Roberts, Kevin Clark, Chris Johnson, Jon Howland, Pete Silva, Jim Martins, McCormick, Bob Trotta, Dick Leopardi, Mgr. Bill Powell, Second Row: Coach Carlino, Mike Kwedor, Dick A great moment in the history of sports at Stoughton High School was our baseball team ' s Class B state championship in June, 1967. It was the fitting climax to a season in which the team suffered several heartbreaking one-run defeats. A mid-season slump appear- ed to dim their chances for a tourney berth, but Stoughton came up with its own version of " The Impossible Dream " and went on to the tourney by defeating Sharon on the final day of the season. It was Pete Johnson ' s four- for-four hitting, along with Bill Powell ' s three- hit pitching in the final that gave Stoughton a thrilling 4-2 win and the Class B title. This was Powell ' s fourth win without a loss in the tournament and, most important of all, it gave the Knights a truly successful ending to an outstanding season. Ed Chencus Chris Johnson 165 GIRLS SOFTBALL 1967 SOFTBALL SQUAD First Row: Janice Polvinen, Jan Ceruti, Susan Ganibrazzio, Lorraine Scaduto, Judy Sweeney, Patty Gay, Terry Lynch, Joan Dawson, Marianne Capazzoli, Ann Carrara, Jill Howsen, Kathy Silva, Beverly Hern, Ellen Green. Barbara Hem. Second Row: Mrs. Shea (Coach), Gail Kennedy, 168 1967 Kathy SUva Stoughton Opponent 12 Sharon 5 24 Franklin 8 17 Foxboro 7 16 Canton 5 15 Mansfield 6 10 King Philip 12 6 Oliver Ames 5 9 Sharon 0 20 Franklin 16 29 Canton 12 Last year, the Girls Softball Team com- pleted a highly successful season with a record of nine wins and one loss, finishing in second place in the Hockomock League. With many of the players returning again this year, an- other winning season is hoped for. The team will be coached by Miss Packard and Mrs. Haggett and will be led by Co-captains Ellen Green and Beverly Hern. 169 PPnVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVr S 1968 ACTH JVITIES ■68 ACTn lES 1968 ■k ' lTIES ms ACTIVI lES 1968 ACTIVI CTIVITIES 1968 A ' 11968 ACTIVITIES IVITf ACTIVI 1968 ACl riVITIES H L9 t8 ACTIVJ mvI- IES 1968 JI I ITIES 19i mviTiE; SJ«968 ACTIVITIES i968 CTIVI ' ]piri968 ACTIVITIES JIVITIEai968 ACTIVITIES 1968 XCT . ■•d|TIVlTIES 196 CTIVITIES 1968 AC PB 68 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 19 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTlVn l 9y»ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 i IVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 TIVITIE 68 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIijll968 ACT! lES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ypraWTIES 1968 CTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES JpSFaCTIVITI 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIE( 968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACXLyiTIES4.968 TIE$ 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 196 CTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 196 -ACTrVITIl 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITli;S 1968 AC ITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACT1VITIES 19 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITllfclfeS ACTIVH 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACT hfes 1968 AC ITIES 1968 ACTIVITIES ige WIVITlES 19 ACTIVITIES 1968 ACTIVITI B.68 ACTtVIl S 1968 ACTIVITIES 1968 AC ' BpTlES 1968 A ITIES 1968 AGfiVITlES 19 CT1VM lES From left to right: Karen McShea, Dorothy Dostoomian, Patricia Rivers, Ellen Green, Mary Lynch, Beverly Hem, Mary Donna Costa, Francine Silva, Eileen Dominick, Janet Sweeney, Papsadore, and Bonnie Ryan. The Stoughton High Majorettes, captained by Janet Sweeney and co-captains Patty Rivers and Francine Silva, helped to make the 1967 Football Season colorful and attractive. This group, made up of six juniors and six seniors, performed at rallies and during halftime at the football games. One of their specialities is the twirling fire routine. Besides per- forming for school functions, they marched in the Veterans Day Parade. This group of girls, including seniors Donna Costa, Beverly Hern, Eileen Dominick, Ellen Green and Mary Lynch, was certainly an asset to the spirit of Stoughton High. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to right, bottom row: Sue Polychrones, Denise St. Peter, Jeanne McGonagle, Linda Yetman, Mary Craig; Middle row: Kathy Briody, Doris Swanberg, Linda Johnson, Shelly Ostis; Top row: Peggy Fernandes, Capt. Jo-Anne Morse, Joanne Hickey. JUNIOR VARSITY DRILL TEAM The Stoughton High Drill Team provided an interesting and enter- taining break between the halves at the football games. It also impressed us as it marched in various parades under the leadership of Mr. Stanton. The team includes all classes and was led by captains Jutta Ensin and Judith Correia. The time and effort put into this activity by the girls is seen in the precision with which they perform their various maneu- vers. BAND This year ' s band, under the direc- tion of Mr. LeGrow, is the largest in SHS history. This past year they played at all high school functions, such as football games and rallies, and in concert with Myron Florin, the accordianist for the Lawrence Welk Show. The annual Exchange Concert is in April. They participat- ed in a television program, in which WNAC-TV awarded the town of Stoughton an Achievement Award. CHORUS With Mr. LeGrow as its advisor, the Chorus has had a fruitful year. It started the year by performing in the Christmas Concert. The varied repetoire included some Christmas Carols, songs from " The Sound of Music, " and the excellent " The Im- possible Dream. " DANCE BAND Mr. LeGrow also directs the Dance Band. This talented group perform- ed in the Christmas Concert and on many other occasions. Their selec- tion of numbers embraces all levels. For years, the Dance Band has been one of the highlights of the Junior Prom. 177 The National Honor Society, supervised by Mrs. Savicki and Mr. Cabral, has made exten- sive progress this year. A candy sale to raise money for the school scholarship was suc- cessful. Eligibility is based upon scholastic ability, character, service, and leadership and a higli average must be maintained after ac- ceptance into this group. Honor Society officers (left to right): Gail Kennedy, Stephen Johnson, Francis Burke and Christine Whalen. 178 STUDENT COUNCIL This year the Student Council soared to a new height in its activi- ties, under the leadership of Mr. All- man. The Student Council moved to become an important and power- ful organization in the school ' s ma- chinery. Successful projects included sending gifts to Stoughton ' s service- men at Christmas and Easter, con- tinued support of our adopted Viet- namese child, the Christmas Basket Drive, and an unusual " computer " dance. Student Council officers from left to right: Stephen Markis, Mr. Allman, advisor, William Dyke, Joan Taglieri, and Andrea Courteau. 179 NATIONAL THESPIAN TROUPE The National Thespian Society, a nation-wide organization, composed of students who have earned their acceptance into the group by working the required number ot " 100 hours on and off stage in the different aspects of a stage production. Members must participate in at least three shows, working both backstage and in the cast. Officers are president, Stephen Johnson; vice-president, Ann McGillicuddy ; secretary, Gail Raynor: treasurer, Wayne Hoadley; and historian, Paula Medieros. Class representatives are senior Susan Snider; junior Karen Valukevich; and sophomore Donna Perdigao. Mr. Stott is advisor. 180 BOYS ' STATE Each year American Legion Post 89 chooses two boys as delegates to Boys ' State, which takes place at the University of Massachusetts. This year John Power and John Crawford were chosen from the hst of boys nominated. For a week, these boys attended Town Meet- ings, State Conventions, and campaigned for offices from dog catcher to governor. They actually were citizens in Boys ' State and took an active part in democratic procedures, en- abling them to learn democracy in practical manner. Seated left to right: Warren Shore, John Power, and Stephen Johnson. Standing from left to right: Richard Trepsas, Robert Zawalich and Francis Burke, (not present-John Crawford) GIRLS ' STATE Seated left to right: Valerie Dembrowsky and Ann McGillicuddy. Standing, Christine Whalen, Judith Lord, Gail Kennedy, and Marjorie Gaibl. 181 The American Legion Auxiliary chose Ann McGillicuddy as delegate to Girls ' State, held each June at Bridgewater State College. For a week, girls of high caliber from all over Massa- chusetts met in an attempt to run a miniature and imaginary state in an efficient manner. The girls attended lectures concerning every phase of government. One girl was chosen to attend Girls ' Nation, representing Massachu- setts in Washington. PEP CLUB This year a new club has been introduced into our program of acti- vities. It is the Pep Club, under the guidance of Miss Maclntyre and Mr. Edmonston. This club aims at in- stilhng more spirit into the student body. During the football season, booster posters were placed around the school. The spirit kept up as many of the members went to the basketball games and cheered along with the cheerleaders. This year ' s attendance at the basketball games was far greater than ever before and the Pep Club has been a contributing factor. 182 CRUSADER The Crusader, under the direction of Mr. Tapper, has been revised drasti- cally. Its format has been changed to that of a newsmagazine and the number of pages has been greatly expanded. In addition to the usual news of school activities, many interesting features have been introduced and the number of pictures tripled. The main goal of the staff was to make this an all-school pubhcation and in this it has been successful. The Crusader was written, edited, and typed by students, and printed by students on the school press. The staff included editors, Richard Trepsas and Robert Zawalich;news, John Power; features, Francis Burke, Steve Johnson, and John Crawford; sports, Steve Tapper; business, Lois Bunavicz; photography, Dave Gillon, and Stuart Daniels. Frank Hinds and Marjorie Gaibl were seniors who were feature writers. 183 JOURNALISM CLUB This year, Mr. Tapper, as advisor of both the yearbook and the school newsmagazine, has enrolled several freshmen and sophomores in a Journalism Workshop. The members are asked to write weekly assignments for the local newspapers and for the Crusader. It is hoped that through such training, future edi- tors of the Stotonian and the Crusader will come better trained for their posts. LIBRARY AIDES Under the supervision of Mr. McDermott, the library aides help to keep our hbrary running smoothly and efficiently. They give up their study periods to check books in and out. They assist in keeping the many details in order which are necessary to provide a worthwhile Ubrary for our students. 184 DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club, advised by Mr. Stott and Miss Gibbons, meets on alternate Tuesdays with the Musi- cal Comedy Club. Both clubs share many members. This club is the training ground for all of the school ' s dramatic activities. Many pantomimes, improvised skits, and one-act plays have been put on by this club. It also serves as a preview audience for many of the upcoming shows. MUSICAL COMEDY CLUB The Musical Comedy Club is comprised of students interested in learning the " ins " and " outs " of producing a musical play. Produc- tions of recent years have been Camelot and The King and I. All phases of the musical plays are handled by the students under the direction of Mr. Stott, Director of Drama and Speech, and Mr. Le Grow, Direc- tor of Music. 185 GIRLS GRAPHIC ARTS The Girls Graphic Arts Club, under the su- pervision of Mr. Tardanico, was initiated this year with a great deal of enthusiasm. Keeping up with modern practices in the field of gra- phic arts, which women are entering more extensively each year, it is the intent of the club to become familiar with the basic offset printing processes such as photo-composing, camera work, plate-making, stripping, and presswork. Graphic arts is truly a most inter- esting and rewarding field for men and women alike. The club ' s officers are president, Linda Ruscito; vice-president, Kathleen Grover; secretary, Jean Finnety;and treasurer, Denise Entner. GIRLS WOODWORKING The Girls Woodworking Club, un- der the supervision of Mr. Finn, has proved a success this past year. The girls worked hard during the first half of the year on Christmas gifts for the unfortunates in the rest homes. During the last half they are working on individual projects. 186 GOOD GROOMING FOR GIRLS In its first year, the Good Grooming Club has conducted many discussions on the topic of how young people can make the most of themselves. Many filmstrips were shown on beauty aids, purchase of clothes, and other useful ideas. Miss Moore is the advisor. The achievements of the past year show a sound basis for continuation of this activity in future years. KNITTING AND EMBROIDERY Under the direction of Mrs. Sproul, the Knitting and Em- broidery Club functioned actively for the first half of the year. The girls learned how to knit and increased their know- ledge of knitting. They completed scarves, mittens, and slip- pers for Christmas presents and the 14 members are now busy with new projects. " . . . Did you hear the one about the traveling salesman? " 187 lituiiHi RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club, with Mr. Schensnol as advisor, was estabhshed to provide an introduction to a highly enjoyable activity and to develop the necessary skills needed for this competitive sport. At the present time, there are no competitions with rival clubs. It is hoped, however, that in the future there will be. When that time comes, we are sure that with the ex- pert instruction our club has re- ceived, it will be well prepared. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club endeavors to teach its members to use a variety of cameras, to process the film in the darkroom, and to produce prints for display and school publications. The club members are advised by Mr. Maioli and Mr. Henry, both photography hobbyists. The Club officers this year are president, David Baxter; vice-president, Linda Doyle; secre- tary, Janet Foster; and treasurer, Michael Jardin. 188 INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. McGeough has established the Industrial Arts Society in an attempt to maintain an organization which will establish a better relationship be- tween the shop students, shop teachers and administration. The Industrial Arts Society sponsors the popular annual Shop Hop. This year ' s officers are president, Frank Warren; vice-president, Joe Pascarelli; secretary, John Amati; and treasurer, Burnis DeVaughn. AUDIO- VISUAL AIDS Mr. Penardi ' s goal in advising the Audio- Visual Aids Club is to train the students in the techniques of operating various types of equipment, thus assisting the teachers in class- room instruction. Another service of the club is to operate tape recorders at the Red Cross Headquarters. The tapes produced are from friends and relatives of servicemen in Viet Nam. 189 SKI CLUB The Ski Club is open to all students interested in skiing. It was organized last year under the direction of Mrs. Prophett and Mr. Schensnol. The pro- gram has included trips for beginners as well as advanced skiers. Most of the excursions have been scheduled during vacations, and many slopes, such as Mt. Tom and King Ridge have been visited. The big event of this year was the " Mystery Ski Trip " in January. MATH COMPETITION The Math Competition Club is organized under Mr. Aalpoel. Its primary purpose is to give students with ability in mathematics an opportunity to develop their interest. The club is a member of The Greater Boston Math League and competes in four meets a year. It won the District Championship this year. 190 BOYS CHEF ' S CLUB 1 They all come running to Boys ' Chef Club on Tuesday morning. This club is composed of the hungry boys of the senior class who need more than an ' Instant Breakfast ' to get them through the day. Under the supervision of Mrs. Prophett, these boys gain an insight to cooking as well as an appetizing and fun way to further their knowledge of the culi- nary arts. The Chess Club is open to beginners as well as those who are extremely skilled. Under the direction of Mr. Nastasi and the club officers, mem- bers find the Chess Club an enjoy- able way to spend the first hour on Tuesday. Officers are president, Francis Heffernan; vice-president, Frank Sereno; secretary, Noreen Smith ; and treasurer, Stephen Smith. A " running " tournament selects the best chess play for the year. CHESS CLUB 191 FUTURE TEACHERS The Future Teachers Club gives its members an idea of the field of teaching. This group has been very active this year. Besides its regular meetings on Tuesdays, it has held special fund-raising drives and conducted a field trip to Bridgewarer State College. The Future Teachers also sponsored a Christmas party for the handicapped school children ; some mem- bers have worked with these children at recess and during school. The club is striving to make money for a scholarship. Mr. Galante and Mr. Santoro are the advisors. The officers are president, Marion Hugo; vice-president, Janis Howland; secretary, Kathleen Scrivens; and treasurer, Marianne O ' Donnell. FUTURE NURSES With the help of our school nurse, Mrs. Vogel, the Future Nurses ' Club gains excellent experience working with the students of S.H.S. They help in many ways in the health office. YEARBOOK STAFF Judy Lord Editor-in-Chief . . . Brandeis convention . . . pictures to be taken . . . copy to be written . . . pages to be coordinated . . . deadlines came and went . . . always more pictures and copy . . . first payments due . . . soliciting for ads . . . vaca- tions started late for us . . . never forget all the rallies we saw . . . from electric typewrit- ers to century-old, manual ones . . . final deadline . . . the end. EDITORIAL BOARD ACTIVITY Andrea Courteau editor Staff: Jo Ann Morse, Susan Poly- chrones, Terri Flaherty, Ellen Stein, Katie Byron. Standing; John Whitehead, Warren Shore, Jeanne Dawe, Jeanne Homer, Ann McGillicuddy, Steve Makris, Frank Hinds. SENIOR Valerie Dembrowsky editor Staff: Kathy Sweeney, Regina Kremgold, Dianne Smith, Lori Ducott, Carla Kreimer, Carol Vareika, Janet Padden. Standing: Warren Shore, Sue Penney, Jean Rogers, Chris O ' Donnell, Martha Sawyer, Leslie Kelly, Ruth Mc- Corrison, Janis Howland, John Power, John Whitehead. 193 YEARBOOK SPORTS Frank Wereska editor Staff: Gail Kennedy, Richard Trepsas TYPISTS Mary Craig editor Staff: Marjorie Dean, Donna Cos- ta, Diane Champion, Regina Gib- bons, Toni Jardin. Second Row: Jeanne McGonagle, Joy Doxtader, Ellen Johnson, Janet Foster, Kathy Buckley. BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGERS: Advertising- Nancy Coulter; Sales- Kathleen Scrivens. Mr. Tapper Adviser A lot of long, hard hours of work have gone into the publication of this year ' s Stotonian. The Editors and their staffs all did their very best in making this book what it is; the Edito- rial Board, Fran, Val, Andi, Steve, Frank, Carole-Ann, and Mary, are the greatest editors anyone could want. I thank you all very much. My deepest thanks and admiration go to Mr. Tapper, our adviser, for his seemingly endless patience and help. I thank Mr. Black- well because, without his pictures, our yearbook would have been nothing. Mr. MaioH, Kathy, Nancy, and the entire Business Staff receive my thanks because of their work in selling and financing this book. Mr. Farnham, our yearbook representative, deserves a thank-you because of his efforts to help make this yearbook a good yearbook. To next year ' s Editor and Editorial Board go my best wishes for the very best of luck, because they ' ll need it! Judy 198 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 23 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. 199 Congratulations. Class of ' 68! Now that you have completed your high school education, unlimited possibilities for interesting careers await you. With your high school diploma, you can afford to be selective in your choice of career. 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Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morse Two Friends Diane O ' Neil Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jardin Mrs. Prophett Mrs. Lester V. Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Prior Stoughton High School Band The Data Doll ' s Guy Nichol ' s Co. Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Buschenfeldt Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Recupero Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Courteau Mr. and Mrs. John H. G. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Penardi Simbliaris Family Mr. Murphy ' s Per. A. Mr. and Mrs. William Homer Girls Woodworking Home-Room B-304 The Honor Society Future Teachers The Student Council Mr. Daly ' s B Period Chess Club The Math Competition Club Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Maioli Beverly Patterson Babe Russo J. P. Plastics Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smyth Jr. Freddy and Janet Mr. and Mrs. Roy Phillipes The Treasure Chest J. J. Newberry Co. Norman ' s Shoe Repair Frank and Cindy Compliments of Leons Carol and the Epics P. SAM P.LA. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Sarno Miss Elizabeth Doherty Home-Room B-303 Mr. T ' s Dolls Per. A Jerry and Joy Doris Fred and Arnold Ziffle 64JWLJPMGHRS-68 CONGRATULATIONS-DATA PROCESSING Mr. Pierce ' s Physiology Kids This book printed by VELV ATONE, a special process of litho- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method. 207 in memoriam Ihomas TR. Moort This 1968 Senior Supplement is dedicated to the memory of Thomas R. Moore. When one thinks of the combination of friendhness, dependability, and great athletic prowess, he cannot help remembering our departed classmate Tom. Tom personified our class spirit. Even though he was not with us in person in our final week— he was in spirit, and we shall always remember him. CLASS NIGHT AWARDS June 5, 1968 AMERICAN LEGION SILVER MEDAL Frank Leonard Hinds D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Jo Ann Morse DRY POND ASSOCIATION AWARD John Louis Whitehead ENSIGN KEVIN D. CLANCY AWARD Bruce William Jackman FIELDBROOK YOUNG WOMAN ' S CLUB AWARD Marion Elizabeth Hugo HENRY W. WILSON MEMORIAL AWARD John Patrick Williams, Jr. STOUGHTON MINERVA LODGE, DAUGHTERS OF ITALY AWARD Daniel Salvatore DiNolo LETTERS OF COMMENDATION, NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Maijorie Esther Gaibl Stephen Herbert Johnson Ann Virginia McGillicuddy John Russell Power FINALISTS, NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Francis John Burke, Jr. Valerie Jean Dembrowsky Gail Ann Kennedy Richard Wayne Trepsas Robert Edmund Zawalich STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB JUNIORS AWARD Ellen Rae Stein WEST STOUGHTON CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC. CITIZENSHIP AWARD Gloria Maria Aguiar STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS Maureen Louise Jiipp, Art Margaret Fernandes, Business Education Susan Macaulay Snider, Dramatics Gail Ann Kennedy, English Carole-Ann Weeman, Foreign Language Alphia Leno, Home Economics Paul Dennis Dugun, Industrial Arts Lorraine Linda Kenney , Instrumental Music Stephen Herbert Johnson, Mathematics Francis Andrew Wereska, Physical Education (Boys) Beverly Ann Hern, Physical Education (Girls) Gail Ann Kennedy, Science Richard Wayne Trepsas, Social Studies Kathleen Cheryl Scrivens, Vocal Music Judith Marie Lord, Journalism COMMENCEMENT AWARDS June 7, 1968 ANDREW K. WONG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Carole-Ann Weeman BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABORATORIES Francis John Burke, Jr. DR. CHARLES H. GRAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Gail Ann Kennedy EDWIN JONES PRIZES Richard Wayne Trepsas Gail Ann Kennedy FRED C. PHILLIPS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Janet Lee Padden K. OF C. LT. KENNETH DONAHUE MEMORIAL AWARD Bruce William Jackman SHAWMUT, INC. PRIZE Roberta Margaret Swallow SIMEONE STONE CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP John Russell Power STOUGHTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-JAMES A. KELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Deborah Jane Knowles STOUGHTON CHAPTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AWARD Neil Lauren Young STOUGHTON CHRONICLE SCHOLARSHIP Barbara Elaine Martin STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL FUTURE TEACHERS SCHOLARSHIP Karen Gerardine Mason STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP Lorraine Linda Kenney STOUGHTON JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SCHOLARSHIP Mary Currie Lynch STOUGHTON LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Warren Jay Shore STOUGHTON P.T.A. SCHOLARSHIP William Edward Dyke, Jr. Dianne Lee Mackys STOUGHTON POST 1645, VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SCHOLARSHIP Ellen Frances Green STOUGHTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS CUSTODIAN SCHOLARSHIP Raymond Francis Ball STOUGHTON ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Judith Anne Garrick STOUGHTON TEACHERS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Janis Howland Linda Jean Reid Lorraine Linda Kenney STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Judith Marie Lord STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FUND AWARDS Valerie Jean Dembrowsky Marjorie Esther Gaibl Ann Virginia McGUlicuddy Richard Wayne Trepsas Robert Edmund Zawalich BROCKTON PUBLIC MARKET SCHOLARSHIP Stephen Herbert Johnson Baccalaureate — June 2, 1968 David Altieri Northeastern University Marie Atkinson Henry O. 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