Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)
- Class of 1969
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3.72 CONTENTS -fo Dedication — Page 3 Administration — Page 4 Faculty — Page 11 Senior Section — Page 29 Underclasses — Page 1 1 5 Activities — Page 145 Sports — Page 171 Patrons — Page 207 Centennial — Page 209 Advertising — Page 225 The past may have its " good old days " ; they say the present really " swings " ; the future — who knows? But — " Shall not loveliness be loved forever? " ■. ■ . , (♦Euripides) The 1969 STOTONIAN reflects the " good old days " as w lUhs the " swinging " present; the future — who knows? . tK— with full faith in the destiny of our world, the i book staff dedicates the 1969 STOTONIAN to Tine next hundred years. SCHOOL COMMITTEE Front Row: Mrs. John W. Blomstrom, George M. Rist, Kenneth A. Hill; Rear: John P. McGillicuddy, Joseph H. Gibbons, Dr. Thomas A. Recupero, Dr. Thomas J. Whalen. TO THE CLASS OF 1969: I am pleased to greet you as Chairman of the Stoughton School Committee and as a fellow-alumnus of Stoughton High School. On behalf of the school committee, 1 salute you on completion of your high school education. We have endeavored to provide you with facilities and faculty that will enable you to mature mentally and physically. We hope that your future accomplishments will serve as a reward not only to your parents, but to all the citizens of Stoughton who have supported our educational program despite financial strain and sacrifice. I commend to you the memory of the century of graduating classes who have preceded you. You, the present, link with those of us who have gone before; together, we have molded the image of Stoughton High School for those who will come in the future. Whatever your future abode, we urge that through community involvement you display an awareness of the obligations of citizenship. No matter where you reside, you will never be able to erase the memory you hold of your classmates and for the high school from which we both have graduated. Cordially, KENNETH A. HILL Chairman Stoughton School Committee 4 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS To the Class of 1969: This year ' s graduation marks a milestone in your personal lives and in the history of the Stoughton Public Schools. From a personal perspective, graduation signifies the attainment of a challenging and rewarding goal; for the school system, it commemorates the centennial anniversary of the first class to be graduated from Stoughton High School. These dual celebrations represent in a microcosmic way the commitment to public education that has undergirded this nation ' s growth. As each generation received its educational legacy, it has made greater contributions to the educational welfare of succeeding generations. The distinctive honor, therefore, that inheres to this Centennial Class also carries a mantle of special responsibility that asks to foster the growth of educational excellence in your individual lives and in the community at large. In closing, may I extend to each of you my best wishes for your future success and happiness. Sincerely, Joseph H. Gibbons AS SISTANT SUPERINTENDENT To the Class of 1969: Congratulations on this memorable occasion. The attainment of a high school diploma is a significant event. However, a more critical issue is the extent to which your involvement in and exposure to the educational experiences of this school system has made you a better person. If your intellectual capabilities have been heightened, if you are prepared to participate actively in this democratic society, and if you have a genuine concern for other people, then your diploma has a special meaning. This class deserves additional recognition because it is the 100th graduating class of Stoughton High School. As members of the Centennial Qass, you should not only be extremely proud of this special honor, but you should also be mindful of the long history of educational excellence in this community. Your class will make the first imprint in this new century of Stoughton education — hopefully, this mark will be a distinguished one. Thomas J. Whalen, Ed.D. 6 PRINCIPAL To The Class of 1969: Congratulations upon the successful completion of your high school education. This achievement will certainly realize great rewards for you as time goes on. Perhaps for some of you, the tremendous value of your accomplishment is readily apparent and has opened doors for you. For others, it may not be quite so evident. This has been a story repeated many times during the past century. Your class has the distinction of being the Centennial Class. For 100 years, students have been graduated from the Stoughton High School. Experience has shown that these graduates have been well prepared and have accomplished won- derful things over the years. I am sure that you too will prove yourselves and make your contributions to society. Good luck and best wishes to all of you — may you enjoy happy and prosperous lives. Sincerely, Peter J. Sperandio, Ed.D. 7 ARTHUR L. PENARDI Assistant Principal As a former graduate I welcome you to the ever increasing ranks of Stoughton High School Alumni. Although there are many years between your gradu- ation and mine, there does exist a common bond which can be found exemplified in the inscription on the front of Stoughton High School. It reads as follows: " Dedi- cated to Citizenship. " As each generation assumes its role of leadership, it must likewise maintain and develop its educational in- stitutions in order that an intelligent and informed citi- zenry will prevail. I extend my best wishes to each of you for your future success and happiness. ROBERT J. McLaughlin Administrative Assistant Goals are never fully and finally reached, for a goal once reached becomes the threshold to a host of other goals. This is the key to a rewarding and successful life — always to have before you goals sufficiently worthwhile to call forth from within the greatest in effort and the most noble in aspiration. Your gradua- tion, though it is a goal now reached, is aptly termed " Commencement " for it opens the doors to newer goals and higher achievements. This is the best we can wish each of you — that you continually set goals that are worthy of your finest effort and dedication. ALBERT C. WILLIAMSON Director of Guidance The Qass of 1869 graduated from Stoughton High School after a period marked by racial problems, the assassination of a president, and the aftermath of a war that tore our country apart. Somehow its members managed to survive this turbulent period to make a significant contribution to community, state, and na- tion. The Class of 1969, one hundred years later, also faces an uneasy future after a period marked by war, racial tensions, and presidential assassination. How- ever, you go out to meet the world with a far better preparation in terms of modem educational programs, facilities, and supplementary services. What you do with your training will greatly affect the welfare of our community and nation. Best wishes for a happy and productive future. 8 ART DEPARTMENT MR. WILLIS Director Enjoys travel . . . thinks seniors are a " good gr oup " . . . expects a major calendar change in 100 years ... pet peeve is hippies . . . " It s not what ' cha do, it ' s how cha do it. " MISS LEW Artistic . . . skiing, sailing, ten- nis . . . thinks SHS offers stu- dents many educational and cul- tural opportunities . . . thinks that in 100 years there will be no cars and buildings will be made out of glass with more emphasis on design . . . pet peeve — disre- spect for materials or supplies. MRS. BAILEY Swimming, sailing . . . " Get to work! " , . . has a high opinion of the seniors . . . believes that in 100 years people will have learned to live together harmoni- ously . . . education will be more specialized and formal edu- cation will start at an earlier age . . . dislikes students who don ' t follow directions. INDUSTRIAL ARTS D E P ARTME NT MR. TARDANICO Director Boating and water skiing . . . " Don ' t miss the boat " . . . sen- iors are generally good and SHS is the best in the world ... in 100 years there ' ll be " shop hops on the moon " . . . education will be by closed circuit TV in the home . . . pet peeve — long hair on boys. MR. MEDEIROS Pleased to be here at SHS . . . painting and decorating furniture . . . " Good God Gertrude! " . . . thinks seniors are a fine group ... in 100 years, there will be a freer relationship between faculty and students . . . pet peeve — no coffee in the m orning. MR. FINN Skiing and golf . . . " Could I have your attention? " . . . the seniors are very interesting . . . in 100 years we won ' t be here . . . automated learning will be one change in education ... pet peeve — Mr. Ringuette. 12 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT MISS MacINTYRE " Miss Mac " . . . " Christmas in July " . . . Larry . . . thinks sen- iors have class . . . " Oh-h-h-h " . . . Celtics . . . loves to sew . . . sports . . , pet peeve — cer- tain seniors and study hall ... a great friend to all. MR. MURPHY Likes bowling and " school sports " such as basketball and football . . . " Let ' s get to work! " . . . very satisfied with senior class ... in 100 years " I ' ll be 121 years old " . . . hopes that in 100 years the entire class of 1969 will have gradu- ated(?) . . . dislikes boys with long hair . . . " You ' re making the place look shabby! " MR. NESSAR Swimming and outdoor sport; . . . " Water seeks its own level ' . . . seniors are searching ... in 100 years the life span will be longer ... in education there will be community -centered schools . . . pet peeve — lack of communication. MR. SCHENSNOL Rifles, targetry, skiing . . . his opinion of the seniors — " best class yet. I ' ve enjoyed most of them. " . . . thinks in 100 years there will be better teaching and more eager students . . . pet peeve — lazy students. MR. RINGUETTE Enjoys golf and hopes for ad- vancement of the sport of soccer . . . " No standing around — let ' s get busy! " . . . thinks seniors are very capable of making deci- sions ... pet peeve — students who do not think for themselves. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT MRS. PARKER Golf, knitting, sewing ... " 1 have to taste it to mark it! " . . . " I don ' t know the senior boys but I ' m sure I ' d find them as nice as the girls " ... in ICQ years our population will live on other planets and the human mind will be programmed . . . pet peeve — a student indifferent to learning. 13 MISS WYWROT Horseback riding, swimming . . . " If at first you don ' t succeed, try reading the instructions! " . . . seniors seem very mature . . . perhaps in the future we ' ll have everlasting peace . . . pro- grammed learning . . . pet peeve — inconsiderate drivers. MRS. RICHMOND Director Shopping, most sports . . . " Think before you act, speak, or write " . . . feels SHS is " very interesting " ... in 100 years — attention from computer back to human relationships . . . feels in future there will be more educa- tion for more people and infor- mation banks . . . pet peeve — gum chewing and students who come to class " unprepared. " MR. BOUSHELL Baseball, football, fishing and hunting . . . " Think! " . . . feels seniors are great!!!? . . . believes there will be more programmed learning and greater flexibility for students in course selection and scheduling . . . ungraded schools . . . pet peeve — talkative students. MISS CANNON Swimming and sailing . . . sen- iors are enthusiastic ... in 100 years everything will be done by push buttons . . . lecture halls instead of class rooms . . . pet peeve — people who continue to talk after being spoken to. MISS DOHERTY Sports — panicularly baseball . . . " proofread! " ... in 100 years, the Republicans will be the ma- jority . . . teaching will be pro- grammed . . . pet peeve — gum chewers . . . thinks seniors are the " best class yet. " BUSINESS DEPARTMENT MRS. KOEHLER Can be found sewing, reading, or playing tennis . . . new to S.H.S. . . . " To thy own self be true " . . . more individual instruction , . . pet peeve — students who try to fool her . . . likes S.H.S. and thinks seniors are firm. MR. MAIOLI Busy . . . found mountain climb- ing . . . football and basketball . . . classroom Driver Ed . . . " Nothing for nothing " . . . sen- iors have good potential . . . taking pictures . . . pet peeve — immature students ... a nice guy to all. MR. MALOOF Enjoys football, soccer, boating . . . feels seniors are an asset to our society . . . thinks a Ph.D. will be a prerequisite for all edu- cators . . . " Sin Loi " . . . " Sorry about that " . . . pet peeve is a lack of patriotism in our colleges. 14 MR. COEN Dircc tor Reading, writing, baseball . . . " OK! Turn it in tomorrow. " . . . SHS — it ' s as good as the next place ... no more yearbooks . . . feels students will lake over schools in the future . . . pet peeve — being interviewed for the yearbook. SPEECH - DRAMA DEPARTMENT MR. STOTT Director Raising flowers, dogs, children, and Cain . . . " Run, do not walk, to your nearest friendly classroom " ... in 100 years children will be replaced by something better . . . education will be replaced by subliminal learning and live theater . . . " You can praise all of the sen- iors some of the lime, some of the seniors all of the time, but not all of the seniors all of the time. " MR. SAPIR Acting, directing, and football . . . " Many a truth is said in jest. " . . . SHS — concerned . . . expects considerable changes in 100 years . . . pet peeve — apathy. ENGLISH DEP ARTME NT MISS DONOVAN Individualist . . . English . . . music . . . writing . . . travel- ing . . . " All right, let ' s start studying! " . . . " Quiet! " MRS. FANTASIA Enjoys reading, traveling . . . " Are you kidding me? " . . . feels seniors are fidgety ... in the future, schools will offer in- dependent study at individual pace . . . pet peeve — students who lose their textbooks. 15 MISS FITZMAURICE Basketball, basketball, basket- ball!!! . . . thinks seniors are the " most delightful people in America " . . . " take an A " . . . in 100 years, space travel will be as common as earth travel . . . more individual education rather than mass-education . . . pet peeve — people who talk during a movie or play. MR. FITZMAURICE Watching football . . . " The saddest thought of word and pen is ' it might have been ' " ... the seniors are wonderful ... in a hundred years taxes will escalate . . . teachers will vanish; only the log will remain. MRS. HOOKS Enjoys reading, swimming, trav- eling . . . Italian and French food . . . seniors are " great " . . . people will be more in- volved each other and social problems, also less bigoted . . . more meaningful education for non-college student . . . pet peeve — lazy students . . . hap- piness is love. MISS GOLD Tennis, skiing . . . " Really! " . . . SHS — friendly and spirited ... in fiiture — " we ' ll probably be starting over " . . . pet peeve — gregarious seniors in modern literature and " grades " . . . likes SHS students . . . Vienna . . . California. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MISS LANNON Swimming, bowling, horseback- riding . . . " good grief . . . seniors are very nice . . . thinks people will learn to live together in peace . . . hopes for a way of evaluating students better than using grades . . . reading, listen- ing to music . . . dislikes busy- bodies. MISS LORFING A good sense of humor . . . " Oh. joy; oh, bliss; oh, rapture " . . . enjoys teaching seniors . . . pet peeve — papers not written in black or blue ink . . . students should have more individual re- sponsibility. MISS MINEHAN " O.K. Kiddies " . . . enjoys read- ing, music and films . . . pet peeve is gum chewers ... " I like the seniors — they ' re piersonal- ities " ... in 100 years schools will be obsolete — people will be programmed with information. 16 MISS MOORE Enjoys music, football and base- hall . . . pet peeve — disorder . . . thinks seniors are enthusias- tic people ... in the future, classes will be more informal with more student participation. MISS O ' BRIEN Reading, snow skiing, tennis, and basketball . . . " ' ril discuss it with you at 2:15 " ... seniors are uninhibited and enjoyable people . . . the education level, in 100 years, will be much higher . . . pet peeve — insincere people. MRS. POLLACK Skiing and cooking . . . " Would you believe? " . . . seniors are " wild " ... in 100 years the U.S. will become more socialistic . . . education will become more individualized . . . dislikes having to be a strict disciplinarian. MISS OREN " It ' s not funny, it ' s sad " . . . pet peeve — smokers who can ' t keep their smoke to themselves . . . speech and drama ... we will have more learning experi- ence for the individual . . . bal- let and modem dancing. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MRS. WILLIG Skiing, swimming . . . " Clear everything off your desk and take out a pen " . . . SHS is the nicest school I have ever taught in ... a nuclear war is going to alter things somewhat ... pet peeve — stalled cars in the break- down lane. MR. TAPPER Our benevolent advisor . . . Fa- vorites: drama, sports, reading, and young people . . . Pet peeves: people who miss dead- lines and rude students . . . MISS TANSEY Enjoys sketching and swimming . . . seniors are terrific ... a lot of changes will come about; bet- ter teaching materials, higher standards for both teachers and students ... pet peeve — a stu- dent who is absent from school and upon returning, asks, " Did I miss anything? " 17 I MISS LAVALLEE Direclor Baseball, football, skiing, and gourmet cooking . . . " Honte! Home! " . . . thinks seniors are a cooperative, friendly, interesting group ... in 100 years, students will advance at their own rate . . . pet peeve — papers on the floor and disorder in the class- room. MRS. BULLARD Enjoys cooking, collecting an- tiques, basketball . . . " Manana " . . . seniors are very polite and well-mannered and knowledge- able ... in future — more ad- vanced stud ies and materials . . . pet peeve — decisions. MR. BERRY " Top shelf . . . " the pro " likes baseball, hockey, and reading ... in 100 years he expects a greater participation by youth in social and political areas, a longer school year, and a more enriched curriculum for gifted students . . . thinks SHS is a great school with a great student body. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT MR. LAVELLE " Monsieur LaVelle " ... a sophisticated French teacher . . . pastime — g unning down studentsd) . . . " You Oaf! " . . . his opinion of the seniors — " What seniors? " . . . agrees there will be many changes in the next 100 years, perhaps com- puterized students . . . pet peeve — written exams. MISS MILANO Reading . . . " Bon " . . . thinks seniors need more energy (?)... in 100 years, Miss Milano hopes Gene McCarthy will be elected . . . scolding in French to a Spanish class. MR. SANTORO Hockey, listening to his stereo . . . " Bonne chancel " . . . sen- iors are " magnifique " . . . thinks teachers will be eliminated in the future — computer teaching . . . since there won ' t be any teach- ers, there won ' t be any teacher- student problems . . . pet peeve — apathetic students. 18 MR. VOGEL Director " Knarf Legov " . . . football, baseball . . . " I ' ve lost all inter- est in the problem " . , . agrees the seniors are " very wonderful " . . . believes in 100 years we ' ll all love one another ... a re- turn to the little red school- house(?) . . . pet peeve — beards without soap (?) MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT MR. AALPOEL Bowling, hunting, fishing . . . advisor to our Math Competition Team . . . seniors and trigonom- etry . . . teaches without raising his voice ... an understanding math teacher. MISS BRENNAN Skiing . . . siding . . . skiing . . . and Jimmy Hendrix ... a new addition to S.H.S. . . . " soul ' 69. " MR. CABRAL Coin collecting, reading, choco- lates . . . " Six of one, half dozen of another " . . . seniors are great . . . trig class, Hawaii ... in 100 years there ' ll be no marriages — everything will be done by machines ... in educa- tion there ' ll be no teachers — just computers ... pet peeve — lots of paper work . . . happiness is " my trig class passing my final. " MR. DOWNS Loves sports of all kinds . . . thinks SHS is an excellent school . . . " That ' s all she wrote " . . . pet peeve — girls talking ... in the future education will start providing for individual differ- ences. MR. GALANTE Music, baseball and football . . . " Hot ticket " . . . seniors are quiet and reserved ... in 100 years helicopters will replace cars ... in education, the schools will be completely ungraded . . . pet peeve — Sunday drivers. 19 M ATHEM ATIC S MISS LOMBARD! Enjoys sports of all kinds . . . traveling to different places . . . " Want to bet on it? " . . . " Sen- iors this year are the greatest group of students I have ever seen. 1 am getting to like SHS more and more everyday. " MR. WOODRUFF Football, wrestling, hockey, bas- ketball, baseball . . . practice football field will be a rock mu- seum . . . more specialization in the high schools . . . pet peeve — yearbook questions. MRS. SAVICKI Music, football, reading . . . " Think! " . . . feels seniors are hardworking and sincere ... in future, there will be great strides in exploring space . . . more people educated . . . pet peeve — gum chewers. MR. TREVAS Interested in spons and amateur radio . . . thinks seniors are a good group . . . pel peeve — kids who don ' t want to work . . . " You never get something for nothing " . . . " There will be new methods of teaching in the fu- ture. " MISS WELLS Music, politics . . . " To tame the savageness of man and make gentle the life of the world " . . . with the rise in megalopolis. Stoughton residents will be living in Boswash . . . pet peeve — standing in line. MUSIC DEPARTMENT MR. LEG ROW Director Music, music, music . . . another Robert GouIet(?) . . . painting and football . . . feels there is room for improvement in SHS and seniors ... in 100 years, Mr. L. hopes there » be a world ... if there is a world, teachers will be considered as advisors . . . pet peeve — those who say they will, but don ' t. 20 r MISS McGUIRE Loves traveling . . . " Isn ' t that wonderful! " ... in 100 years, no one will want any more changes , . . thinks Stoughton High is too large . . . pet peeve — walk- ing barefoot and sockless feet ... a new grading system(?) MISS PRINTZ Enjoys sports, charcoal drawing, and oil painting . . . listening to records and playing the guitar . . . " You blew it! " . . . thinks everything will be completely au- tomated in 100 years . . . pet peeve — phoney people. MISS O ' CONNELL Writing poetry, dancing . . . " One who loves the wind and the rain, the Prophet and Al- mitra " ... in 100 years edu- cation as a formal institution will no longer be . . . pet peeve — lack of sensitivity in others . . . " happiness is a word used by people who are afraid to say or feel love " PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MR. BAMBERRY Director Our football coach . . . skiing . . . seniors should improve with age . . . SHS should have a field house . . . endless practicing (even on fields?). MR. CULLEN Vigorous and dynamic ... he drives his teams, whether the line in foot- ball or wrestling, but he drives him- self, too . . . the well-chosen and direct phrase is his chief language weapon ... it may be blunt and to the point, but they know what he means ... a real champ! MR. SNYDER Skating, hockey, golf, and scuba diving . . . " dumb yo yo " •. . . thinks S.H.S. is a nice school, but needs an ice rink . . . " they done good " . . . hockey as a major(?) . . . pet peeve — wise kids and Hercules. 21 MR. GREGORY Din ' ilor An enthusiastic sports spectator . . . enjoys Andrew and Mat- thew, his grandsons . . . " Now! Do you have any questions? " . . . seniors have the potential of the atomC?) . . . " How are things going? " . . . there will be greater changes in the world and education in the next century . . .pet peeve — lazy people!! MISS BROMFELD Enjoys tennis and playing the piano . . . " A rolling stone gath- ers no moss " . . . thinks SHS has a fantastic science depart- ment . . . changes to come about in 100 years — five new genera- tions. MR. FANNING Enjoys playing football and hockey . . . says seniors are good . . in the future — sees an abundance of leisure time due to complete automation . . . regard- less of technical advances, educa- tion itself will not change greatly. MRS. GREEN Writing children ' s stories, art, in- tensive reading . . . " This above all, to thine own self be true: . . . SHS — warm, friendly, help- ful ... believes there will be peace and freedom in 100 years . . . more diversification in fields of studies . . . would like to visit the Mediterranean . . . pet peeve — phonies. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MR. HOTTLEMAN Enjoys painting and reading . . . " The man of men lead lives of quiet desperation " ... in 100 years — longer life — smaller fami- lies . . . pet peeve — ignorance, prejudice and injustice of all kinds. MRS. KAUFFMAN Enjoys painting, music, rock hunting, pizza, traveling . . . " make peace, not pieces " ... in the future — no dress code, no teachers . . . pet peeve — hungry students in E period class . . . happiness is love and freedom . . . the North Sea. MR. HOLBERT Enjoys tennis, basketball, softball . . . " I ' m a nice guy — usually " . . . " Is chewing gum therapeu- tic? " . . . " C ' esl la vie " ... in 100 years teachers will be " phi- losopher kings " (?) pet peeve — repeating statements within a time span of ten seconds . . . " seniors are a great bunch of kids, if you think about it a long, long time. " 22 SCIENCE DEP ARTME NT MR. NASSISE Football, hockey and sombrero blocking(?) . . , - ' Flunco, Flun- care, Faculti. Bouncum " ... pet peeve — filling out forms ... ex- pects a new faculty at SHS in 100 years. MR. PEIRCE Enjoys skiing, jogging, golf, and cutting up cats . . . " See you around the campus " . . . " He knows " . . . some seniors are great — some are " brooms " . . . The high school is outstanding . . . hopes for peace in the world and end to prejudice . . . pet peeve — " I forgot my book — pen — pencils — lab assignment, tie etc. . . . " MR. SARNO Enjoys golf, water skiing, snow skiing . . . " Tougho " . . . sen- iors — almost as great as juniors (WHAT?) . . . peace for every- one ... " I love biology " ... in future — either a longer school year or a longer school day . . . pet peeve — Mr. Peirce. MISS PRATTI Enjoys reading, cooking, sewing, knitting, interior decorating and painting . . . " When all else fails, read the directions " . . . " Be careful — avoid accidents " . . . thinks seniors are a good group and wishes them the best of luck . . . pet peeve — question- naires and students who use pur- ple words. SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT MR. BUCKLIN Football, basketball . . . " Yes! " . . . seniors are good . . . changes in 100 years will be for the better . . . pet peeve — ques- tions three, four, and five of the yearbook questionnaire. MR. DALY Swimming, boating, and reading . . . " Slow down " . . . seniors have grown up a lot . . . In 100 years there ' ll be a re-election of another Republican ... in edu- cation, the pupil-teacher arrange- ment will still exist . . . pet peeve — boys that look like girls. 23 MR. CORMIER Director Ski-lodges, plays, history, and Italy(?) . . . Mr. Cormier thinks that S.H.S. is fortunate to have a good Senior student body . . . " ... in there " . . . " Put that comb away " ... in 100 years, computers will take over . . . the last two years of high school will become more like college . . . pet peeve — lack of manners and regards to others, hair combing in class, and adults condemning views of teenagers. MISS DELANCEY Sports, music, reading . . . has a respect for high school students who can combine jobs and work realistically with a high school attitude toward life ... in 100 years, there will be an automatic discipliner for over exuberant youth . . . pet peeve — passes. MR. EDMONSTON Favorite sport is basketball . . . ■ ' zoom " . . . when asked opinion of seniors, pleads the 5th Amendment ... in 100 years we ' ll be gone. MRS. FLANAGAN Reading, music, traveling ... in future — relaxation of rigid sched- uling ... in education — more definite interest in quality rather than quantity ... pet peeve — gum chewing ... ice cream . . . Florence, Italy . . . happiness is a door stop. MR. JARDIN Enjoys football, basketball, base- ball . . . listening to good music . . . .and traveling . . . " O.K. — let ' s go " . . . changes in 100 years — space passenger travel, better peace between nations and more citizen involvement . . . thinks seniors are a very fine group of young Americans . . . pet peeve — phoney people. SOCIAL STUDIES DEP ARTME NT MR. McCarthy Thinks S.H.S. is too big ... in- terested in sports, music, and, be- lieve it or not, history . . . pet peeve — students who don ' t do their homework and wonder why they fail ... In a hundred years there will be no United States as a country. MR. LYNCH Swimming, football . . . " Know thyself . . . seniors that I have had contact with are very good . . . high schools will be divided according to specialities . . . an- cient civilizations and modern world history. MRS. LAFAYETTE Water skiing, jazz . . . " unreal " . . . S.H.S. — good student-teacher relationship, good communication . . . in future feeling of interna- tionalism in the world . . . edu- cation, mulimedia teaching ... pet peeve — the student " con- artist " . . . lasagna . . . Hawaii and the ocean. 24 25 I CLERICAL PERSONNEL CAROLINE LYTTLE Senior High School JEANNE M. FLEMING Data Processing Supervisor Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Altonen, Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Giles, Mrs. Lehan, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. McArdle, Mrs. DeFabio. 27 ' Hello . . . Chief? " " Two can live as cheaply as one? Mathematicany, it doesn ' t add up . . . ' ■ " And, now we present contestant number 3 who will give a demonstration of his famous bird calls . . . " " Hey look! Did you know that a library is supposed to be a quiet room for study? " 28 MR. FRANK JARDIN Advisor It is fitting that our advisor, Mr. Frank Jardin, was an instructor in the junior high school when we were there, and came to the high school as we moved up. As our advisor, he has been a motivating force behind many of our activities. His guidance at class assemblies, and his injunctions to " Pay your class dues " and " Remember — one cake from each student " were done with one thought in mind — to make the Class of ' 69 a memorable one. Any afternoon, a visit to Room B203 would reveal a roomful of seniors discussing our latest class projects with Mr. Jardin needling, cajoling, and issuing wise precepts. A good man, an excellent leader, and a good friend — the Class of 1969 is pleased to salute our class advisor — Mr. Frank Jardin. The Class of 1969 introduced several new ideas to the Stoughton school community. One of our more daring innovations was the decision to do away with the customary practice of voting for homeroom representatives to the executive committee. This was replaced by a more discriminating method. This past year, our executives were selected by Mr. Jardin and the class officers. The choice was based on the proven dedication of the selectees and their obvious willingness to work for the class. The results have borne out the wisdom of this method. Mr. Jardin says that this executive committee is " very cooperative, active, and quite responsive. " They have demonstrated these qualities in their efforts to make this centennial senior class at Stoughton the best one yet. EXECUTIVES First Row: E. Bobigian, E. Kelleher, K. Brooks, M. Troy, Mr. Jardin, K. Doyle, J. O ' Connor, K. Shea, M. Petruzzo; Second Row: B. Fowler, A. Carrara, J. Burns, B. Hern, S. Lane, D. Dostoomian, E. Reilly, N. Lonergan, L. Scaduto, B. Homer; Third Row: J. Sperandio, D. SuUi- van, S. Dellelo, R. Reese, E. Getchell, J. Gomes, J. Pechonis, J. Batchelder, K. Buschenfeldt, D. Eagles. 31 LAUREEN M. ABRIL " Laureen " . . . talkative and active . . . green . . . found at the Stoughton Drug . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . pet peeve — curly hair . . . " Watch it, honey " . . . home-ec and sailing . . . remembers being tied up in a sailboat . . . to be a nurse . . . VITORINO B. AMERICA " Bettencourt " . . . solitary . . . bull- fights and French . . . " Viva Amigo " . . . soccer . . . alive . . . red . . . plans to become a doctor . . . MICHAEL J. ALTIERI " Mike " . . . wise and moody ... " I kid you not! " . . . blue . . . remem- bers a certain Friday at Paul ' s house . . . can be found at Kris ' house . . . " Spooky " . . . track and physiology . . . Mike plans to become a doctor ELIZABETH L. ANDERSON " Beth " . . . found at a certain boy ' s house . . . green . . . Italian food . . . " you ' ve got to be kidding! " . . . talkative and friendly . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . " A Thousand Stars " . . . hopes to be happy . . . PAUL A. AMATI " Paul " . . . blue . . . " take it easy " . . . found down Mitche ' s . . . easy- going and shy . . . " Sounds of Si- lence " . . . remembers Civics with Mr. Jardin . . . reading and guns ... a future in the Army . . . RUSSELL W. ANDERSON JR. " Randy " . . . athletic and smiling . . . " tuddles " . . . found with Joyce . . . blue . . . frog legs . . . remem- bers playing football at S.H.S. . . . ' Turn Around, Look At Me " . . . flirting . . . pet peeve — girls younger than him ... a future in the Marines 32 STEPHEN J. ANDREWS " Steve " . . . " Dum-Dum " . . . blue . . . found at Al ' s Variety . . . New Hampshire . . . remembers the Jun- ior Prom . . . " Come Back " . . . football and girls ... pet peeve — Kathy B. . . . a future in the Air Force for Steve . . . JOEL ARONSON " Jose " . . . green . . . found in Spock ' s car . . . good-natured . . . memories of being in school after breaking his arm . . . " Satisfaction " . . . baseball and French . . . " You bugger " . . . pet peeve — being called dumb by his friends . . . ELIZABETH J. ANGELO- POULOS " Jeanne " . . . blue . . . found any- where with Walter . . . " cooky " . . . " Special Angel " . . . memories of the Brighton High Prom . . . baseball . . . Chinese food . . . would like to visit Canada . . . hopes to be happy FRANCIS J. ARRIGO " Regio " . . . lasagna . . . found at Norwood Airport . . . " when in doubt, punt " . . . green . . . remem- bers his first flying lesson . . . " 96 Tears " . . . flying and Rifle Club . . . to become a pilot . . . PAULA ARCHIBALD " Paula " . . . amiable and ambitious . . . blue . . . " the thing is " . . . found in Brockton . . . " Smokey " . . . memories of arguing with Morg . . . baseball . . . pet peeve — preju- diced people ... a future in teaching for Paula . . . FRANCIS R. ATKINSON " Frank " . . . thoughtful, friendly, and affable . . . green . . . can be found at work . . . Chinese food . . . pet peeve — school . . . 33 PETER E. AUSTIN " Pete " . . . intelligent, hardworking and honest . . . red . . . remembers his first hunting trip . . . " that ' s life " . . . " Cherish " . . . trig . . . hunting and fishing . . . pet peeve — people over 5 ' 5 " . . . plans to continue his education at college . . . SHIRLEY A. AVERILL " Shirl " . . . " Oh! No! " . . . usually found in Brockton . . . blue . . . Chinese food . . . " Rick " . . . base- ball and bowling . . . " Roses Are Red " . . . New Hampshire . . . hopes to be happy . . . STEVEN F. BAILEY " Steve " . . . found with Ann ... re- members Sue ' s hair at the Junior Prom . . . " G. A. F. " . . . hockey and skiing . . . blue . . . " Time Has Come Today " . . . pet peeve — get- ting up at seven ... to become a jet mechanic . . . SUSAN IVl. BARLEY " Sue " . . . lime green . . . " For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her " . . . skiing and playing her guitar . . . found with the girls ... re- members cracking one of the uneven bars . . . " Ya, but I don ' t under- stand " . . . " D. J. Mc " . . . hopes to graduate and be happy . . . JAIVIES S. BARRETT " Jim " . . . found working at Roxie ' s . . . remembers getting lost his first day at the high school . . . blue . . . quiet and concerned . . . " Sure " . . . football . . . treasures his license . . . hopes to become a cartoonist . . . 34 JAMES BARRY " Jim " . . . Quiet, unassuming . . . " give me no trouble and I ' ll give you none " . . . will try his best to let the world give him an easy time ... A future in the service is in the offing DAVID BAXTER " Spock " . . . can be found in sessions . . . blue . . . baseball and Photogra- phy Club . . . " Hey guys " ... the Cape . . . " Hey Jude " . . . Dave plans to become a photographer . . . JOHN M. BATCHELDER " Batch " . . . green . . . " Whoopee " . . . found at the Randolph Savings Bank . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . friendly and easy-going . . . " Light My Fire " . . . football and cars . . . plans to own and oper- ate a construction business . . . SUSAN M. BELCHER " Sue " . . . found on stage or at Tufts . . . dancing and acting . . . " Are you serious? " . . . " On a Quiet Night " . . . vivacious and stubborn . . . pet peeve — insincere people . . . remem- bers ' 67 Senior Reception . . . green ... to become a chemist . . . LOIS A. BESWICK " Lois " . . . blue . . . " Are you kid- ding? " . . . " Billy " . . . found in Dorchester . . . " When a Man Loves a Woman " . . . Memories of March 27, 1966 . . . pizza . . . plans to work after graduation . . . WENDY K. BIGELOW " Wen " . . . found out of Stoughton . . . " Soul and Inspiration " . . . blue . . . remembers working in Hyannis . . . sincere and mature . . . " get out the Ritz crackers " . . . pet peeve — being called " Windy " . . . plans to travel around the world . . . RUSSELL BIRTWISTLE, JR. " Nutty " . . . blue . . . remembers a certain trip to the Cape . . . pizza . . . found in other towns . . . phys- ics .. . " wicked funny " . . . " Born To Be Wild " . . . pet peeve — eyes and Fords . . . 35 I ■ I STEPHEN J. BLAIZIS " Steve " . . . " Sorry about that, chief . . . found in E-204 . . . green . . . " Love is Blue " . . . memories of physics with Mr. Gregory . . . bowling and skiing . . . pet peeve — narrow- minded people . . . plans to become a teacher . . . EDWARD J. BOBIGIAN " Ed " . . . found anywhere, with the woman . . . blue . . . " Fire " . . . fond memories of the " 66 " Christmas Dance . . . " Kathy " . . . " soft in the mind " ... a future as a pilot for Ed NORMAN BLAKE An individual . . . paisley ties . . Mr. Gregory ' s lab technician . . . found trapping wave ... to be a loco- motive engineer (?)... CATHY BOLTON " Cathy " . . . found in Sharon with S.H.A.K.K. . . . blue . . . ' Ten Pounds " . . . remembers Wareham after the Prom . . . Spanish . . . Chinese food . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . pet peeve — Guy Marino . . . Charles . . . Vanilla Fudge . . . would like to be happy WARREN F. BLUM " Ben " . . . pet peeve — glasses and Fords . . . ' Tales of Brave Ulysses " . . . " wicked funny " . . . remembers a certain trip to the Cape . . . found in other towns . . . plans to become a printer . . . HENRY F. BORGESON, JR. " Hank " . . . usually found bowling . . . ' This can be fun " . . . blue, lobster and coin collecting . . . " Cherish " . . . speedball . . . would like to visit Sweden ... a future cook . . . 36 GAIL BOROFF " Gail " . . . nice, happy, carefree . . . found roller-skating in Norwood . . . " Oh boy! " . . . " Downtown " . . . blue . . . baseball . . . pet peeve — the Red Sox losing . . . chicken . . . her school ring . . . " Here ' s Lucy " . . . Disneyland . . . dislikes math . . . hopes to be a success . . . THERESA M. BRIEN " Teri " . . . found in the art room or drama room with Carol . . . petite, gay, and quiet(?) . . . " Poor Baby " . . . blue . . . swimming, art, skiing . . . football and basketball . . . pet peeve — posters . . . Art IV with Mr. W. or back stage during plays . . . Kenya . . . would like to visit Cali- fornia . . . to go to Art school . . . KATHLEEN M. BRIODY " Kathi " . . . found talking or laugh- ing .. . " Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! " ... pet peeve — mean people . . . remembers the Tech Tourney and the Junior Prom . . . cheering . . . blueberry . . . her Indian turtle . . . horseback riding, art . . . the devil in the sewer . . . the Oracle at Delphi . . . " Urge for Going " ... to help the Indians KERRY L. BROOKS " Kerrie " . . . found at gymnastic practice or with Carole . . . remem- bers the Junior Prom . . . brown eyes . . . long brown hair ... to visit Europe . . . " Never My Love " . . . gymnastics . . . " M. " . . . guitar . . . " Hey Jude " . . . yellow . . . pet peeve — old lady drivers . . . ham- burgers . . . the Cape ... to go to college . . . MARY E. BROOKS " Beth " . . . restless, friendly, inquisi- tive . . . found looking for some- where to go . . . blue . . . " Fine " . . . math . . . steak . . . " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " . . . remembers Labor Day weekend 1968 . . . skiing and basketball . . . treasures memo- ries of Canada . . . pet peeve — liars . . . to be a stewardess . . . 37 BRADLEY C. BROUSSEAU, JR. " Brad " . . . friendly, quiet, easy-going . . . found with the guys at the B.P.M. . . . girl watching, golden brown, and hockey . . . " What? " . . . remembers chemistry with " Big Mike " . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . hopes to be an architectural engineer . . . GERALD F. BUCKLEY " Gerry " . . . handsome, intelligent, and humorous . . . found at Murph ' s Big Freeze . . . " Here Comes The Judge " . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . lasagna . . . coke . . . pet peeve — women drivers . . . photography . . . football . . . chemistry . . . " Never My Love " . . . the beach . . . Australia . . . Pam ... to be an oceanographer NOREEN M. BUNN " Rinkey " . . . found cruising the drag . . . " How embarrassing " . . . unbe- lievable and thoughtful . . . yellow . . . art . . . dancing . . . remembers summer of ' 68 ... ' Baby Lets Wait " . . . pet peeve — getting up in the morning ... M. ... P ... M . . . would like to visit Greta Garbo ' s Wayward Home for Boys and Girls(?) . . . wants to be happy . . . JOAN T. BUCKLEY " Joni ■ . . . found with Kris and Bette ... at the Armory . . . " Fine " . . . yellow and brown . . . pizza . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . English . . . gymnastics . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . small, talkative, and mischievous . . . Brant Rock . . . her most treasured posses- sion — certain letters ... a future Phys. Ed. teacher . . . BEVERLY A. BURKE " B ' Burke " . . . nutty, ou tgoing, talka- tive . . . found in Plymouth . . . " What an ima! " . . . green . . . lin- guisa . . . football games . . . " Gloria " . . . remembers squirting Mr. Holbert with a water pistol . . . treasures her license . . . the Young Rascals, summer, and " Gone With The Wind " . . . would like to go to college . . . LOIS J. BUNAVICS " Lois " . . . sensitive, re flective, nomadic . . . canoeing . . . found chasing daydreams . . . moss green . . . to journey the universe . . . LEO F. BURLEY " Lee " . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . found at the druggie . . . " Hey, Joe, I know a little redhead who likes you! " . . . pet peeve — work . . . " Time " . . . hockey, girl-watching and basket- ball . . . remembers being born (?) . . . " his body " . . . " It Takes A Thief " . . . favorite food — anything but school lunches . . . favorite activity — leaving ... to join the armed services . . . BRADFORD R. BURNS " Mouse " . . . likes cheese . . . found talkin ' with Merv or hangin ' with Kenny . . . mischievous, long-haired, crusty (?) . . . P-Town . . . pet peeve — Mrs. P. ... " You Keep Me Hangin ' On " . . . blue . . . " What ' s happening?? " . . . girls . . . wild par- ties . . . homeroom with Miss Mac . . . " Laugh-In " ... a future in the service . . . KIRK A. BUSCHENFELDT " Kirk " . . . athletic . . . found down the gym . . . " So, big deal " . . . bas- ketball . . . remembers the Tech Tourney at Boston Garden . . . blue . . . likes all food . . . " Black is Black " . . . pet peeve — fickle girls . . . Cape Cod . . . plans to attend college . . . JOANNE F. BURNS " Jo " . . . found looking for a good time . . . interested, happy, and im- pulsive . . . green . . . " Pretty spiffy! " . . . writing . . . skiing and basketball . . . " Changes " . . . " Schaefer " and a secret box . . . pet peeve — insincerity . . . Phil Ochs . . . people who are aware . . . Rod McKuen ' s poems . . . would like to visit England and Rockport ... to be a journalist . . . DAVID A. BUTLER " Dave " . . . found hanging uptown . . . blue . . . pizza . . . small, mis- chievous, and long-haired . . . " Right! " . . . skating . . . remembers the Cape with Mouse . . . hockey . . . going home after school on Fri- days . . . " Fire " ... pet peeve — get- ting up for school ... his Schlitz tabs . . . would like to visit Hugh Hefner ' s house ... to go into the service . . . PETER C. BURRILL " Pete " . . . found at the B.P.M. in Canton . . . " What ' s your problem? " . . . remembers Mr. Schensnol ' s shop class . . . green . . . hot dogs . . . flying airplanes . . . eating . . . likes the school lunches the best . . . ski- ing . . . New Hampshire . . . plans on furthering his education . . . 39 PAMELA M. BUTLER " Pam " . . . enthusiastic, gullible, and sensitive . . . found no place special . . . New York . . . brown . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . " Oh, right! " . . . gymnastics, horse- back riding, sewing . . . watching SHS sports . . . rain showers and snow flurries . . . being free ... " I Ain ' t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Any- more " ... to help the handicapped . . . KAREN A. CAMPBELL " Soup " . . . found in Sharon with H.A.C.K.S. . . . Charlies ... pet peeve — Sharon boys . . . ' Ten Pounds " . . . green . . . memories of Wareham after the Prom . . . the Vanilla Fudge . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . wants to graduate MARK E. CADDELL Found working at Lashua Marine . . . blue . . . sea food . . . " Rowan and Martin ' s Laugh-In " . . . Cape Cod . . . lunch and shop . . . " Love Is Blue " . . . sports . . . Trailing Motorcycles . . . would like to visit Hawaii ... a future in the Navy SANDRA CAMPBELL " Sandy " . . . serious and introverted . . . found no place in particular . . . " Make love, not war " . . . remem- bers the last night of " 68 " summer . . . " Wowie Zonk " . . . treasures her " Mothers of Invention " albums . . . Barnstable, Cape Cod . . . " Star Trek " . . . hopes to go to college and to travel . . . DIANE S. CAMPBELL " Dee " . . . witty, happy . . . out- going . . . found in the art room . . . blue . . . spaghetti . . . " Watch ya mouth! " . . . remembers summer of " 67 " . . . skiing . . . swimming . . . watching basketball . . . Ski Club . . . " Sealed With a Kiss " . . . " Laugh-In " . . . New Hampshire . . . wants to visit the Virgin Islands . . . a future commercial artist . . . 40 JOHN P. CANTWELL " John " . . . kinda quiet, but . . . found anywhere . . . " What do ya mean?! " . . . track . . . green . . . hobbies include numerous unmen- tionables . . . spaghetti . . . the Cape . . . remembers Junior Year . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . F- Troop . . . Shop III ... to visit the South Pacific Islands ... pet peeve — getting up for school ... to go Army . . . MARILYN R. CARBONE " Marilyn " . . . quiet, dependable and friendly . . . found working at the Westgate Cinema . . . " Come on Fran " . . . green . . . stockcar racing . . . " Never My Love " . . . remem- bers being late for school . . . major- ettes, sewing and dancing . . . dislikes people who yell . . . Cape Cod . . . hopes to be happy ... ANN MARIE CARRARA " Ann " . . . talkative, good-natured and understanding . . . found in the gym . . . basketball . . . loves Italian food . . . " Cherish " ... a pen . . . F.C.M.I.F. . . . Ann plans to teach JAMES F. CARLINO " Jim " . . . found working at Mam- moth Mart . . . blue . . . spaghetti . . . pet peeve — people who are late . . . football . . . the Cape . . . painting . . . drawing ... a tour of Europe for Jim ... to go on to a career in art . . . LORRAINE D. CARRIE " Lorraine " . . . found at Parshley Realty ... " I don ' t know " . . . blue . . . " You Are My Special Angel " . . . treasures her bank account . . . Lorraine plans on a future in business THOMAS H. CARPENTER ' T.C. " . . . found at the B.P.M. or in D303 with Mr. Maioli . . . enjoys girl watching (?) ... treasures memo- ries of water fights in Mr. Holbert ' s class and of Kirk ' s two days in school . . . dislikes L.B.J, and his jokes . . . three lunches ... to go to college . . . MICHAEL J. CARROLL " Mike " . . . found downtown green . . . " wicked funny " French toast . . . " Crystal Ship " plans to be a medical doctor . . . 41 JOE A. CASANO " Joe " . . . found with Lorraine . . . December 16. 1967 . . . blue and pizza . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . baseball . . . dislikes Eng- lish and English and English! . . . hopes to be happy and successful I DOMENIC J. CHAMPA " Dom " . . . found on the tennis courts . . . blue . . . " You can ' t win them all. " . . . will always remember Chem class with Mr. Nassise . . . DANIEL E. CASSIDY " Cat " . . . " You ' ll never learn . . . Shop IV . . . most treasured posses- sion — gym sweat shirt . . . " Fire " . . . found with a certain girl . . . pet peeve — English class . . . Dan hopes to be a success . . . MICHAEL A. CHAMPA " Mike " . . . " Oh well! " . . . green . . . found on the tennis courts . . . pet peeve — a certain Chem teacher(?) . . . to be a history teacher . . . JANET R. CERUTI " Janet " . . . athletic and friendly . . . usually found on the field . . . " Yeah, right " . . . sports, sewing, cooking . . . remembers beating O.A. in basketball . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . yellow . . . pet peeve — her sister (?)... a future nurse . . . NANCY A. CHESTNUT " Nance " . . . found at the Cape . . . yellow . . . french fries and coke . . . " Special Angel " . . . dislikes in- sincere people . . . " end it " . . . hopes to be happy . . . 42 LINDA M. CHRISMER " Lin " . . . independent, punctual, stubborn . . . don ' t call me " Kid " . . . burgundy ... pet peeve — boys that are late . . . memories of push- ing a car down Main Street(?) ... to be a legal secretary . . . THOMAS S. CHURCHILL ' Tom " . . . friendly, persuasive, and energetic . . . usually found at the BPM . . . " Dry up " . . . green . . . zoo calls in corridors . . . " Sweet Pea " . . . baseball, his 55 Chevy and steak . . . pet peeve — sarcastic peo- ple . . . to go into management . . . ROBERT E. CLARK " Bob " . . . inquisitive, extrovert . . . found in the square . . . yellow . . . math . . . spaghetti . . . basketball, swimming, wrestling . . . playing gui- tar and drums . . . the Cape . . . " Laugh-In " . . . enjoys traveling . . . to attend college . . . PATRICIA N. CLEARY " Patty " . . . friendly and understand- ing . . . blue . . . " don ' t worry " . . . dislikes being alone . . . " Tuesday Afternoon " . . . found with a certain boy . . . hopes to find happiness . . . JEAN A. CLINCH " Clinchie " . . . found at work . . . blue and steak . . . " You kidding me? " . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . dislikes getting up at 6:00 . . . treas- ures her paycheck ... to be an inte- rior decorator . . . MARY V. COLLETT " Mary " . . . always laughing and talking . . . found where least ex- pected . . . " Yeah, right " . . . foot- ball and basketball . . . Turn Around, Look At Me " ... to be a secretary . . . CI 43 FRANK COMPAGNONE " Campy " . . . athletic and independ- ent . . . found in Milford . . . " Sandi " . . . green . . . basketball . . . remembers playing in the Boston Gardens . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . plans to go to college . . . LINDA JEAN CONRAD " Linda " . . . petite, friendly, cute . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " You hot ticket! " . . . pink and pizza . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . basketball . . . hopes to become a teacher . . . SUZANNE M. CONVERSE " Sue " . . . found at a certain donut shop in the Mall . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . Math with Mr. C. ... to be an elemen- tary school teacher . . . CATHERINE COSTA " Cathy " . . . petite, talkative, and happy . . . found everywhere . . . pinic . . . pizza and M.C. . . . will always remember the Junior Prom . . . " Fire " . . . hopes to be happy WILLIAM COSTELLO " Pope " . . . usually found at the drugstore . . . " Wicked funny " . . . blue . . . steak . . . " Bottle of Wine " . . . favorite activity at SHS — lunch ... a future in the service . . . DANIEL L. COSTA " Danny " . . . blue . . . found in the First National parking lot . . . " Love is Blue " . . . basketball and playing soccer . . . " Get lost " . . . remem- bers playing freshman football . . . lobster . . . Danny plans to continue his schooling . . . KEVIN COTTER " Mental " . . . " wicked funny " . . . blue . . . shop . . . Nutty ' s driving . . . " Born To Be Wild " . . . Henry ' s pizza . . . New Hampshire . . . bowling . . . pet peeve — Fords and Hippies . . . dislikes math . . . Johnny Carson ... to join the Navy . . . JUDITH A. COSTA " Judi " . . . found with a certain blonde boy . . . always remembers falling off D. W. ' s shoulders on to a sand dune . . . " Cherish " . . . Dennis . . . " You love it! " . . . Judi wants to be happy WILLIAM J. COULTER " Bill " . . . found at McDonald ' s . . . cheeseburgers? . . . " Sounds of Si- lence " . . . green . . . baseball . . . Cape Cod . . . contemporary civiliza- tion ... pet peeve — brainy kids . . . " Are you Perry? " . . . " Laugh-In " . . . to go into government work . . . 45 CAROL L. CRAWFORD " Carol " . . . found in between the Art Room and the Drama Room . . . navy blue and art ... " Cherish " . . . pet peeve is having so many things to do and not enough time to do them in . . . Carol plans to be- come an interior decorator . . . THOMAS J. CURRY ' T.J. " . . . quiet and choosey . . . found away from home . . . Chinese food . . . history, singing, and swim- ming . . . " Cherish " . . . will always remember a 1968 beach party ... " I don ' t know " . . . pet peeve — the U.S. government as we know it ... to go to college . . . MICHAEL C. CRONIN " Snake " . . . found at Glen Echo . . . track, swimming and green . . . " Hey Jude " . . . " Star Trek " . . . English and lobster . . . to be a com- mercial airline pilot . . . THOMAS C. DANILCHUK " Chuck " . . . found in the woods hunting or fishing . . . red . . . grinders and bowling . . . " Whats ' is face! " ... pet peeve — getting up in the morning . . . " Girl Watcher " ... his driver ' s license . . . hopes to be happy . . . NANCY M. CROSS " Nanc " . . . found in Bridgewater . . . " Really! " . . . quiet and funny . . . fried chicken, brown, and Maine . . . pet peeve — anything made for right handed people . . . remembers her freshman year at S.H.S. . . . ski- ing and swimming . . . plans to be- come a hairdresser. CHARLES D. DEAGLE " Chopper " . . . usually found back- stage . . . " What, are you crazy? " . . . acting . . . hunting and swim- ming . . . remembers musicals . . . barbequed spare ribs . . . " Hey Jude " . . . black . . . plans to join the Navy . . . 46 JOSEPH De ANDRADE " Jose " ... at Joe ' s house practicing with the band . . . quiet and friendly . . . " Love Is Blue " . . . pizza . . . his accordian . . . sports, music, and physics . . . blue . . . dilikes wearing neckties . . . " Laugh-In " . . . " Jose " plans to become an engineer in elec- tronics . . . BEVERLY F. DeCAPOT " Bev " . . . found working at Morse Shoe . . . will never forget August 18, 1966 . . . cotton candy . . . " No offense! " . . . art, writing, and skiing . . . " Hey Jude " . . . French with Mr. LaVelle ... Art III .. . ski trips . . . pet peeve — contact lenses . . . would like to attend Brigham Young University . . . STEPHEN A. DELLELO " Steve " . . . serious, quiet, and musi- cal .. . usually found in the music room . . . blue . . . pet peeve — incompetent people and teachers fresh out of college . . . football, tennis, and music . . . hamburgers . . . " Just cool it, will ya! " . . . driv- ing around . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . hopes to be happy ELIZABETH A. DENISON " Betty-Ann " . . . happy, carefree . . . usually found with Kevin . . . will always remember a certain grain room discussion . . . pink . . . ' Turn Around " . . . lobster, swing, and reading . . . French . . . " Oh, sure! " . . . football . . . Martha ' s Vineyard ... to teach nursery school . . . DONNA L. DESISTO " Donna " . . . found with Wally . . . blue ... art and horseback riding . . . " Dummy! " . . . onion rings, clams, and steak . . . her diamond . . . pet peeve — s c h o o I ! . . . " Yummy Yummy " . . . the Cape . . . Softball ... to be married in October . . . CLEOPHAS J. DeVAUGHN " Cleo " . . . well mannered, good looking, and always around to help . . . found in Boston . . . red, frozen pudding, and math . . . remembers moving to Stoughton . . . " Love is Like a Baseball Game " . . . basket- ball . . . New York ... to join the Air Force . . . 47 JOHN E. DiBENEDITTO " J. D. " . . . " Hey gang " . . . fun-loving, good natured . . . found at Mitch ' s . . . remembers Mr. Jardin ' s history class . . . blue . . . hamburgers and potato chips . . . enjoys his guitar, art, and music . . . favors baseball and " Mission Impossible " . . . plans to visit Hawaii and to become an elec- PATRICIA A. DONAHUE " Patti " . . . found riding around or at McDonald ' s . . . yellow, swim- ming, and driving . . . " Never My Love " . . . football . . . lasagna . . . " Oh ya? " . . . pet peeve — is police- men . . . California ... to be happy SUSAN L. DIMOND " Sue " . . . friendly . . . found with Gail in a blue Falcon . . . coke and Mr. G ' s subs . . . blue . . . " Sealed With a Kiss " . . . basketball ... the Cape . . . will always remember on the road driver education with Mr. Daly ... to be happy as a dental assistant . . . SUSAN R. DOODY " Sue " . . . mischievous and happy . . . will never forget breaking her arm four days before majorette try- outs . . . iceskating and football . . . pink . . . " Kind of a Drag " . . . eclairs . . . pet peeve — women driv- ers .. . " What ' s up? " . . . Miss Mac ' s Home Ec. . . . to be an airline hostess . . . 48 MARY M. DOHERTY " Mary " . . . happy, carefree, but tired . . . likes meeting people . . . usually found having a good time . . . the Combat Zone and sailors . . . fish and Italian foods . . . " Dig it! " . . . math, football, and blue . . . " Piece of My Heart " . . . good luck to a future nurse . . . DOROTHY DOSTOOMIAN " Doe " ... " I have a question! " . . . funloving, friendly, and full of pep . . . can be found at majorette prac- tice . . . enjoys football, swimming and sewing . . . " To Love Some- body " . . . home economics . . . blue . . . remembers ' 67 Thanksgiving game . . . hamburgers, fried clams and peppermint ... to become a teacher . . . JEANNE M. DOUCET " Jeanne " . . . short and gocxl hu- mored . . . usually found with a cer- tain soldier . . . malted milk balls . . . " Really? " . . . memories of ' The King and I " . . . " The Impossi- ble Dream " . . . pet peeve — assem- blies during study halls ... to be happy, rich, and married . . . KENNETH P. DUMAS " Kenney " . . . easy-going and always hungry . . . found at the A W . . . " Don ' t fudge it up! " . . . work- ing on cars . . . Henry ' s pizza . . . will never forget driving in a demoli- tion derby at Norwood . . . " The Good, the Bad and the Ugly " . . . drag racing and his car ... to be a mechanic . . . KATHLEEN J. DOYLE " Kathy " . . . usually found sleeping, skiing, or painting . . . will remem- ber S.A.G.R.O.F.Y. and Carousel . . . dislikes getting up early . . . field hockey . . . blue and art . . . meatball subs . . . " Fire " ... to be- come a gym teacher . . . WILLIAM B. EAGER " Billy " . . . insipid and quite debo- nair . . . found in his blue ' 61 Chevy or at any beach . . . sleeping . . .his gu itar . . . ' Tales of Brave Ulysses " . . . blue . . . pet peeve — K.L. . . . baseball ... to become a criminal prosecuting lawyer . . . 49 SABINE DULEVSKIS " Sam " ... a softspoken sophisticate . . . found in Boston or vacationing at the Elm ' s . . . memories of Christmas and New Year ' s Eve of 67- 68 . . . orange . . . snowskiing and sailing . . . " Timeless Love " . . . dis- likes people who lie . . . to live a full life and be happy . . . DANA B. EAGLES " Dana " . . . sincere and funloving . . . found heading for the clear and peaceful atmosphere of old Cape Cod . . . green and pizza . . . desires to get away from it all . . . " Califor- nia Dreaming " . . . skiing, sailing, and surfing ... to be a chemical en- gineer . . . JUTTA R. ENSIN " Ens " . . . " Oh pooh! " . . . " If You Go Away " . . . Drill Team ... re- members hiding Mr. C s erasers on April Fool " 68 " . . . blue, white, and green: gold, red and brown; grey and white . . . colorful, sensitive, roman- tic .. . " Honey and Salt " . . . most treasured possession — " the sky " . . . plans . . . BRIAN FERNALD " Monk " . . . found hanging up town . . . blue . . . remembers the Cape . . . steak, baseball, and math . . . " You ' re mental " ... pet peeve — quiet people . . . girl watching . . . ' The Tales of Brave Ulysses " . . . hopes to join the Marines . . . PAUL S. EVERETT " Donkey " . . . causing trouble . . . found hanging around with the guys . . . " wicked funny " . . . turquoise and fried clams . . . pet peeve — Mike Kelly . . . strength . . . " Tales of Brave Ulysses . . . football ... a picture of K.B. . . . Australia ... to join the Marines . . . EVELYN C. FICHERA " Lyn " . . . creative, intelligent, sin- cere . . . usually found with the girls . . . the Doors, football and purple . . . pet peeve — busy signals ... re- members the Gushing hospital . . . student council, Mexican moccasins, and Captain Kangaroo . . . " Fire " . . . would like to travel ... to a deserted island? . . . 50 JANET A. FALCONE " Jan " . . . opinionated, easy going, vivacious . . . found surfing or skiing . . . " A million and three " ! . . . yoga and dancing . . . " Reach Out in the Darkness " . . . Donovan . . . pet peeve — Mr. Ed ' s U.S. History notes . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . lavender . . . California . . . to be a computer programmer . . . LINDA P. nSHER " Lynda " ... a creative and ambi- tious girl . . . " Be realistic " . . . deep purple, steak. Modern Lit II . . . usually found in Boston . . . en- joys Sunday walks along the Charles . . . sailing . . . likes to analyze peo- ple . . . enjoys working for her class . . . Indian Rug skirt ... pet peeve — slow drivers and white sox ... to become an artist . . . STEPHEN F. FITZPATRICK " Fitzy " . . . short, intelligent, and sensitive . . . " Bull! " . . . usually found sleeping in studies . . . black, hot pastromi, and history . . . enjoys Drum Corps ... " A staunch defender of tall grass " ... a future in the service . . . RUTH A. FOSTER " Ruthie " . . . " No big thing " . . . yellow, cheeseburgers, English . . . unmanageable, fun-loving, realistic . . . makes paper flowers and writes poetry . . . " Never My Love " . . . Falmouth Heights . . . pet peeve — rumors . . . The Mod Squad ... to become a cosmetologist . . . STEPHEN T. FITZPATRICK " Fitz " . . . " Get your jollies " . . . honest, intelligent, likeable . . . usu- ally found at track practice ... re- members Mr. Holbert ' s Chem I . . . pet peeve — English teachers who teach English . . . likes Italian food, blue, " Cherish " . . . Cape Cod ... a future at college . . . BARBARA FOWLER " Flash " . . . warm, fun -loving, thoughtful . . . found anywhere but home . . . " You ' ve got to be kid- ding " . . . most treasured possession — fond memories of past two years . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . likes Problems of Democracy . . . gold, steak, football ... pet peeve — conceited boys . . . " Never My Love " . . . " Mod Squad " . . . thinks SHS teachers are great ... a future hairdresser . . . 51 ROSE M. FOSTER " Rosie " ... " I don ' t care " . . . stub- born, perfectionist, unreal . . . " San Franciscan Nights " . . . enjoys walk- ing barefoot and giving own opinion . . . found in Canton . . . Chinese food . . . horseback riding . . . pet peeve — work and early phone calls on Saturday ... a future in college — as a success (she hopes) . . . DENISE J. FRAZIER " Denise " . . . sincere and always smiling . . . " Oh squash " . . . horse- backriding and skiing . . . green . . . corn on the cob . . . remembers her first rally at SHS and physiology with Mr. Pierce . . . enjoys all sports es- pecially field hockey . . . frog hunt- ing . . . " Sunshine of Your Love " . . . treasures her license . . . Hamp- ton Beach ... to become an R.N. DAVID M. FREDERICKSEN ' Tucker " . . . found in Foxboro . . . lobster . . . will always remember geometry with Mr. C . . . hunting . . . skiing . . . " Purple Haze " . . . pet peeve — new teachers . . . would like to visit Scandinavia . . . plans to go to college . . . THERESA M. FULLERTON " Theresa " . . . " really " . . . remem- bers the Junior Prom . . . " Fire " . . . Italian food, rollerskating, bas- ketball ... a quiet girl ... pet peeve — U.S. Air Force . . . brown . . . found at Anton ' s . . . Brant Rock ... a future hairdresser . . . RICHARD D. FRIEND " Dickie " . . . fun-loving, quiet, friendly . . . " Ask me if I care " . . . football . . . blue . . . A W teen burgers . . . found at A W in Easton . . . " Born to be Wild " . . . " Mod Squad " . . . girls and cars . . . Maine . . . plans to attend college JOANNA FUSTOLO " Jo " . . . short, talkative, and intelli- gent(??) . . . " I ' ll never tell " . . . likes fried clams and pizza ... re- members the summer of ' 67 . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . green and football . . . hopes to graduate and be happy . . . 52 WILLIAM FRIZELLE " Friz " . . . " Don ' t worry about it " . . . usually found in Randolph . . . brown, steak. Business Law . . . pet peeve — school . . . Vermont . . . swimming and dancing ... " I Will Always Think Abo ut You " . . . plans to join the Navy . . . BERNARD T. GALLAGHER " Barney " . . . big, quiet, and intelli- gent . . . found at Mannie ' s ... al- ways will remember Mr. Berry ' s class . . . working on cars . . . " Fire " . . . a yellow Chevy . . . hopes to suc- ceed . . . SUSAN M. GAMBRAZZIO " Sue " . . . talkative and friendly . . . usually found driving around with B, C, N . . . Chinese food, sports, and blue . . . " Ya know what I mean? " . . . pet peeve — " No Parking " spaces . . . " Hey Jude " . . . her car . . . hof)es to travel . . . STEPHEN A. GIAQUINTO " Quint " . . . considers himself wacked out . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . " The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly " . . . likes all kinds of food . . . yellow . . . usually found at Central Nurseries . . . football . . . pet peeve — Fords . . . wants to live . . . EVERETT GETCHELL " Getch " . . . fun-loving, happy, intel- ligent . . . usually found at Judy ' s . . . blue . . . enjoys baseball and football . . . steak . . . " Hah, ya know! " ... pet peeve — people who think they ' re su- perior . . . hunting and swimming . . . shop . . . Mission Impossible . . . plans to be happy . . . MARK GIDDING " Mark " . . . can be found at the W A in a Mustang . . . enjoys Chemistry II and hockey . . . pet peeve — slow (women) drivers ... a future Bio- chemist . . . KATHLEEN D. GIACOBBE " Kathy " . . . quiet and friendly . . . " Never My Love " . . . usually found at the Cinema . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . yellow and " greene " . . . pet peeve — being tickled . . . potato chips and choco- late milk (!?)... a future in Home Economics . . . STANLEY J. GILL " Stan " . . . remembers chemistry labs with Mr. Nassise . . . football, lunch, and math . . . blue ... the Cape . . . would like to visit England ... a future engineer . . . 53 JOHN GILLESPIE " John " . . . usually found around town ... the Cape . . . " Born To Be Wild " . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . " Hey what ' s happening today? " . . . remembers going to Province- town . . . gym, football, and girls . . . plans to be President . . . STUART D. GOLDER " Stu ■ . . . " yeah, right! " . . . usually found at the B.P.M. . . . " Light My Fire " . . . pizza, red. History, and basketball . . . remembers " 68 " Can- ton game . . . pet peeve-term papers . . . dislikes math . . . plans to go to college . . . DAVID G. GILLON " Dave " . . . " not half bad " . . . found at tennis courts of SHS . . . independent, sports loving, responsi- ble . . . remembers meet (2) with Franklin " 68 " . . . enjoys tennis, pho- tography, surfing . . . blue . . . pet peeve — a broken racket . . . dislikes Chemistry . . . thinks SHS teachers are " The greatest " (?) . . . Cape Cod ... a future dentist . . . JOHN M. GOMES " Gomesy " . . . " Say mun " . . . likes sleeping at SHS . . . remembers the Canton rally . . . blue . . . " The Time Has Come Today " . . . IS r DONNA L. GODFREY " Donna " . . . " oh, right " ! . . . quiet and shy . . . ravioli and ice cream . . . found at Star Market . . . likes to watch football and basketball . . . ' By the Time I Get to Phoenix " . . . navy and gold . . . Cape Cod . . . would like to visit England . . . plans to travel . . . EDWARD A. GUSCIORA " Gus " . . . found in a " 56 " Chevy . . . football . . . " Light My Fire " . . . dislikes History . . . blue and teen-burgers ... a future in the Air Force . . . 54 CHARLES J. HAINLEY " Charlie " . . . found at the drags . . . blue . . . pizza . . . " is that right? " ... 3 weeks last summer . . . math . . . " Born to be Wild " . . . pet peeve — hippies . . . Ver- mont . . . dislikes physical science . . . " It Takes a Thief " . . . would like to visit California . . . RALPH E. HANSEN " Rev. " . . . pizza . . . golf and bas- ketball . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " take it easy!! " . . . green . . . pet peeve — school . . . dislikes English . . . " Harper Valley P.T.A. " . . . yearbook . . . most treasured posses- sion — Mr. Berry ' s " hi, pro " . . . Maine . . . " Mod Squad " . . . plans to enter the ministry . . . KAREN M. HALL " Irish " . . . found in the art room . . . green . . . fried clams ... re- members Chem I . . . " Brown Eyed Girl " . . . sketching, painting . . . pet peeve — phonies . . . " howda- howda " . . . happy, sincere, fun-lov- ing .. . Buffalo, N.Y. . . . to go to art school . . . NANCY A. HART " Nana " . . . most memorable experi- ence — slipping under the Driver Ed. car? . . . blue . . . corn on the cob . . . Drill Team and Future Teachers . . . ' Tuff ' . . . found with friends . . . " Gentle On My Mind " . . . Jerry Lewis ... to be a teacher and visit Israel . . . MARY-LOU HALL " Lulu " . . . orange . . . fried clams . . . pet peeve — homework . . . " Ebb Tide " . . . plays the trumpet . . . ski- ing and scuba diving . . . found at Cape Cod . . . unpredictable . . . " Oh no! " . . . remembers summer ' 68 . . . would like to visit the moon . . . to be a nurse . . . DIANE M. HARTIGAN " Di " . . . found at the Armory on Friday nights . . . " such is life " . . . red, blue . . . clams . . . pet peeve — Bobby Clark? . . . biology . . . " Hey Jude " . . . friendly . . . wants to visit Arabia . . . to be an army nurse . . . ALDEN K. HARWOOD " Al " . . . remembers climbing Mount Washington in a snowstorm . . . blue ... ice cream sandwiches . . . found at home . . . favorite activity at SHS — fire drills that are real . . . " Some- thin " like that, you " ... pet peeve — Chem. II tests . . . physiology . . . to become a doctor of medicine . . . DIANE L. HAYWARD " Diane " . . . can be found anyplace . . . friendly, happy, witty . . . " Guess what! " . . . remembers spraining her toe in gym . . . ambi- tiou s and co-operative . . . pizza . . . " Imp ossible Dream " . . . Shadow, her black cat . . . " Jonathan Win- ters " . . . pet peeve — people who don ' t care . . . New Hampshire . . . to be an elementary school teacher DAVID U. HEATH " Heathy " . . . usually found riding around . . . blue . . . will always re- member the beach party at Horse- neck . . . treasures his license . . . " Laugh- In " . . . Cape Cod ... pet peeve — Pat Paulson for President . . . likes cheeseburgers at Mackie ' s . . . " Ah!, she ' s beautiful " . . . future plans — either business school or the service . . . 56 BARBARA A. HERN " Barb " . . . found in the gym . . . remembers the Junior Prom and the " 68 girls basketball season . . . navy blue ... " I don ' t know! " . . . water- melon . . . pet peeve — candy counter at State Theatre . . . sports, ballet . . . " Stone Soul Picnic " . . . athletic . . . March 11, 1968 ... field hockey . . . Germans ... to be a physical education teacher . . . JOANNE D " Hick " . the girls the rain bers the food . . . . . talkative most treasured HICKEY . yellow . . . found with . . pet peeve — cheering in . . " wicked! " . . . remem- Junior Prom . . . Italian " John Welsly Harding " . . Cape Cod . . . possession — a certain senior boy? the boys . . . . enjoys cheering for a future dental assistant THERESA J. HOLMES " Terry " . . . remembers Mr. Mur- phy ' s homeroom . . . " crazy " . . . red . . . veal cutlets . . . dislikes noisy classrooms . . . found at Cres- cent Alleys . . . bowling . . . " Young Girl " . . . Canada . . . plans to become an airline stewardess . . . maybe be- cause of a certain airman? . . . 57 BARBARA L. HOMER " Barb " . . . found with Mike kelly green . . . fried clams " You know what? " . waiting . . . skiing Man " . . . math . most treasured possession — Mike! . . . Mr. Vogel . . . Grand Canyon . . . dislikes English . . . remembers Nantucket ... to visit Switzerland . . . hopes to be a nurse . . . pet peev " Solitary happy . . . EILEEN S. HORVITZ " Eileen " ... pet peeve — HS through- out the building . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . violet . . . " That ' s gross! " . . . Chinese food . . . remembers drop- ping Chem. II with B. H. . . . lunch . . . outgoing . . . Florida . . . " Doctor Zhivago " . . . water skiing . . . most treasured possession — Cynth ' s friend- ship . . . plans to be a physical ther- apist . . . LORETTA R. IWANOSKI " Laurie " . . . found in Newport. R.I. . . . " Sock it to me " . . . football games . . . blue . . . hot fudge sun- daes . . . ' Theme From Valley of the Dolls " ... to be a Lady Marine . . . THOMAS L. JAMES " Tom " . . . found hanging around . . . blue . . . pizza . . . football games . . . " Mony Mony " . . . bas- ketball . . . " Laugh-In " . . . hopes to be happy . . . JILL E. HOWSEN " Jill " . . . found at practice . . . bas- ketball and Softball . . . remembers her wipeout on the slope . . . " You retard " . . . likes art, blue and " Cherish " . . . most treasured posses- sion — passes from Miss Lombardi . . . favorite vacation place is SHS (?), but would like to visit California . . . to be happy . . . MARIA E. JARDIN " Maria " . . . remembers going to Europe . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . dislikes homework . . . " We got to get out of this place! " . . . shy, quiet . . . would like to visit Califor- nia . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . typ- ing . . . found at work ... Mod Squad . . . sports . . . swimming . . . a future secretary . . . MARIE E. JARDIN " Marie " . . . serving . . . blue and yellow . . . remembers general math . . . freshman year . . . " Come off it " . . . steak . . . math . . . soccer . . . quiet . . . dislikes English ... " I Will Think About You " . . . would like to visit Europe ... a future in hairdressing . . . LINDA M. JOHNSON " Linda " . . . treasured possession — Frank ... " I ain ' t kidding " . . . blue . . . Chinese food . . . the Tech . . . found at cheering practice . . . arts . . . " I Love How You Love Me " . . . Cape . . . would like to travel the U.S. and then Sweden . . . fishing . . . sincere . . . hopes to be happy! LORNA M. JASPERSON " Doone " . . . pretty, petite and talka- tive . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . wants to be rich . . . " Well nat- urally! " . . . loves yellow, pizza and the " Mod Squad " . . . hates stenog- raphy . . . and boys who wear white socks . . . found out of town . . . Hyannis ... the summer of ' 67 . . . CAROL A. JONES " Jonsey " . . . popular, pretty, and nutty . . . " Are you kidding? " . . . found in Brockton . . . blue . . . home ec, football games, sewing . . . pizza and spaghetti . . . remembers getting pushed into the boys ' base- ment . . . " Keep Me Hanging On " . . . " Laugh-In " . . . New Hampshire . . . most treasured possession — her car . . . to be a secretary . . . EARL F. JOHNSON " Fred " . . . handsome and smart (?) . . . usually found with a certain blue- eyed blonde . . . blue . . . pet peeve is boys who wear white socks . . . basketball . . . " Get out of here! " . . . a 12 guage shotgun . . . plans to be drafted . . . MARGARET P. JONES " Margie " . . . pet peeve — homework . . . found in the Drama Room . . . blue . . . " You ' re kidding me? " . . . remembers a trip to Las Vegas . . . dramatics . . . " Scarborough Fair " . . . friendly . . . swimming . . . would like to visit Europe . . . to be a nurse . . . 59 KAREN M. KALEN " Karen " . . . found at home . . . blue . . . jello and lamb (not to- gether) . . . remembers having the lead role in the " Sound of Music " . . . reading, day-dreaming . . . " Cherish " . . . most treasured posses- sion — her little brother . . . Old Or- chard Beach, Maine . . . " get out of my life " . . . hopes to write and to visit Disneyland . . . PAUL G. KASPER " Paul " . . . found at Churchill ' s house . . . blue . . . steak ... pet peeve — office sessions . . . " White Rabbits " . . . mountain climbing . . . treasured possession — B.M.B., keys to the car . . . thinks teachers have po- tential . . . Dennisport . . . football . . . future plans — accounting and visit- ing Germany . . . CHRIS KALLENBERG " Kris " . . . found in the Boondocks . . . blue . . . steak . . . pet peeve — answering questionnaires . . . lunch . . . " Hey Joe " . . . fruit ball . . . would like to visit Pluto . . . very, very, very . . . treasured possession — self . . . most memorable experience can ' t be told . . . future plans — plans? . . . DIANE M. KEARNS " Di " . . . found with the girls . . . fond memories of a weekend at West Point . . . yellow . . . treasures her license . . . " Laugh-In " . . . " Are you kidding? . . . Chinese food . . . pet peeve — M. K. . . . " Fire " . . . English and field hockey ... a fu- ture airline stewardess . . . 60 RICHARD J. KANE " Rich " . . . found with a certain un- derclassman . . . " how ' s J.A.K.? " . . . most memorable experience — discovery of the Kane — Chem. Fudge Factor . . . navy blue . . . steamed clams . . . pet peeve — boring classes with no view except the courtyard . . . " Spoonfull " . . . most treasured possession — Reno notebooks . . . mountain climbing . . . hopes to be a private school history teacher . . . EDWARD F. KELLEHER, JR. ' The book " ... found in the locker room . . . Carousel . . . will never forget running the wrong way in the O. A. game . . . tangerines, pistachio nuts, and J. D. H. . . . Football . . . " Ya win a few and lose a few, ya know! " . . . " are you ready? " ... a successful businessman . . . MICHAEL K. KELLY " Mike " ... his ' 57 Chevy . . . blue, pizza, and Adult Theatre . . . " The Old Pro " . . . weight lifting . . . can be found downtown . . . " Born to be Wild " . . . favorite vacation place — Buddy ' s bedroom (!!?) . . . to be a millionaire and go to Australia . . . JOHN P. KILDAY " Jack " . . . sportsminded and funny . . . found hanging around with the other guys . . . " wicked funny " . . . green . . . turkey . . . " Light My Fire " . . . hockey and shop ... re- members Mr. Tardanico ' s shop class . . . " Mission Impossible " ... to go into the service . . . PATRICIA KELLY " Pat " . . . found at C C Barber Shop . . . blue . , . likes English and football . . . " Laugh In " . . . can never forget sleeping out one night . . . " Wait Till the Midnight Hour " . . . this friendly senior aims to be happy . . . JANE E. KNEELAND " Jane " . . . pet peeve — being short . . . summer at the beach ... re- members the Tech Tourney . . . pink . . . pizza . . . swimming . . . would like to visit Ireland . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . most treasured posses- sion — Scrimshaw pierced earrings . . . chemistry . . . plans to be a vet- erinarian, have a large family and adopt at least one child . . . 61 SHIRLEY A. KORSUN " Shirl " . . . found with Luba . . . blue . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . steak and french fries . . . " Midnight Confessions " . . . Canada . . . " ya know??!? " . . . pet peeve — conceited people . . . serving . . . having fun . . . football . . . would like to visit Europe . . . congenial . . . plans to be a secretary . . . LINDA H. KRITZMAN " Lin " . . . found anywhere(?) . . . orange . . . ' Right! " . . . basketball . . . pet peeve — homework . . . sew- ing, swimming . . . would like to visit California . . . " Light My Fire " . . . pizza . . . to be a teacher . . . LINDA M. LANDOLFI " Linda " . . . found busily working at the First National ... or with C. A. T. . . . " Really? " . . . blue . . . Ital- ian food . . . pet peeve — boys wear- ing white SOX . . . basketball and bookkeeping . . . ' The Smothers Brothers " . . . " More " ... a trip to Hawaii ... a future in accounting DIANE M. KUNDROT " Die " and a blue Volkswagen . . . usually found in Brockton . . . how can she forget sitting on a pillow her whole Jr. year? . . . blue . . . " don ' t worry about it! " . . . keilbassi, soft- ball, and Spanish . . . friendly and sincere . . . " Just You " . . . plans to get married . . . WILLIAM J. LANDOLFI " Bottle " ... at " Al ' s " or McDonald ' s . . . The Land of the Giants . . . shop, pork and baseball . . . " Born to be Wild " . . . Bill treasures his bottle . . . " wicked funny! " . . . aq- uamarine . . . will never forget al- most shooting his brother . . . drum crazy . . . Old Silver Beach ... to be a success . . . 62 LISA F. LACIVITA " Lisa " . . . " make whoopee while the sun shines for there ' s been many a cloudy day " . . . Indians . . . Lisa treasures Super Snoop . . . gargoyles . . . yellow . . . horseback riding and lobster . . . pet peeve — all nurdlies and some gronits . . . will always re- member Hairy Horse ... to study oceanography . . . SHEILA A. LANE " Charlie " . . . yellow and Saturday mornings with " George of the Jun- gle " . . . fried clams . . . will always remember Mac ' s class . . . waits for the 2:10 bell every day . . . " Light My Fire " ... a future airline hostess MARY M. LANIGAN " Mary " . . . found with " Murph " , Sue, and Pam . . . blue . . . Spanish peanuts and hot fudge sundaes . . . remembers Spanish I with Senor Silva . . . basketball ... " I don ' t know most treasured pos- session — " Sara " (her physiology cat) . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . pet peeve — people that are late . . . plans to be a nurse . . . PAUL LEPRO " Fatman " . . . getting into trouble . . . sleeping and studies at SHS . . . " Hey Jude " . . . treasures his brain . . . " Mission Impossible " . . . shop drawing . . . red . . . will never for- get getting thrown out of the basket- ball game ... a future in the Air Force . . . MARIO M. LANZA " Mike " . . . found at Westgate Mall . . . will always remember " getting bounced " . . . " ya right! " . . . lasagna . . . " Harper Valley P.T.A. " . . . friendly, humorous, and athletic . . . girls . . . baseball . . . pet peeve — Uncle Art . . . plans to go in the service . . . ROBERT R. LEVEILLE " Bob " . . . can be found practicing . . . " Carole and The Epics " . . . spaghetti . . . basketball and " Mis- sion Impossible " . . . will never for- get his brother s wedding . . . " Slim " . . . treasures his guitars . . . future plans include a trip to Hawaii and becoming a mechanic . . . CAROL-ANN LEA " Carol " . . . usually found in Boston . . . the Cape, art, and vanilla ice cream . . . carefree . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . blue . . . likes English Literature . . . " wow! " ... a future nurse . . . RICHARD C. LINDELOF JR. " Dick " . . . found at D.P. ' s . . . swordfish, danceband, and the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia . . . " Misty " . . . dislikes English and long involved forms asking personal questions . . . talented . . . ' The Sound of Music " . . . remembers the St. Albans incident ... to go into foreign service . . . 63 LOIS R. LOCKHEAD " Lois " . . . found at Jordan Marsh . . . Italian food . . . " Are you for real? " . . . English . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . sew- iiig and traveling . . . " World With- out Love " . . . tennis and football . . . Florida . . . pet peeve — home- work and getting up in a.m. . . . " Laugh-In ■ . . . success and happi- ness for the future . . . PATRICIA J. LINGLEY " Ling " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . yellow . . . Washington . . . pet peeve — her car and school lunches . . . " Hey Jude " . . . Nassau . . . football . . . most treasured position — K. R. . . . Dean Martin . . . would like to visit Bermuda . . . dis- likes typing ... to be an airline stewardess . . . GRACE E. LONERGAN " Grace " . . . found wherever there is fun . . . pizza, home ec, and a stuffed black bear . . . pet pieeve — people who keep her waiting . . . blue . . . " Laugh-In " . . . " To Love Some- body " . . . wishes to see Ireland . . . swimming . . . " That ' s life " . . . hopes to be happy . . . 64 KATHLEEN LOAN " Kathy " . . . she " s everywhere . . . pet peeve — B.E. " 69 " — OTWFD . . . loves New Hampshire and wants to go to Australia . . . waterskiing . . . " Laugh-In " . . . likes cheering the guys on . . . ' Turn Around, Look At Me " . . . remembers the Tech Tourney ... a future dental assistant . . . NANCY M. LONERGAN " Nanc " ... at the B.P.M. .. . " ya, sure " . . . pizza and navy blue . . . " Love You The Way You Are " . . . vacations at Falmouth and a possible trip to Europe . . . hopes to be happy . . . CYNTHIA M. LYNCH " Cyd " . . . will never forget falling down in " E " building corridor . . . " Are you serious? " . . . talkative . . . green . . . likes steak and french fries . . . can ' t stand conceited people . . . " Hey Jude " . . . physiology . . . wishes to go to Africa . . . plans to be an elementary school teacher . . . WILLIAM J. MacCOMBIE " Satch " . . . found at Glen Echo . . . " Ya right! " ... 3 years with Mr. Cabral . . . magenta . . . math . . . steak and ice cream . . . pet peeve — homework . . . enjoys golf, skiing and track . . . dislikes English . . . " Bonanza " . . . Florida Keys . . . a future World Champion Pole Vaulter . . . PAUL MacDONALD " Mac " . . . found in a white Ford Galaxie . . . passing English three years in a row . . . green ... a fu- ture in the Service . . . NORMAN J. MacMILLAN " Norm " . . . found with the guys . . . " You only live once! " . . . green . . . Chinese food . . . remembers the times in Slim ' s jeep . . . football . . . " Don ' t Worry Baby " ... to be a bookie . . . GREGORY W. MALDEN " Spider " . . . brave, courageous and bold(?) . . . usually found under a car . . . red . . . the dismissal bell . . . " Hey Little Girl " . . . sleeping and cars . . . hopes to be a cultured anthropologist . . . 65 ALAN K. MANN " Al " . . . easy going . . . found rid- ing around with Earl . . . " What do ya say? " . . . remembers the band . . . dark green . . . guns . . . bowl- ing and drag races . . . " Lxjve Is Blue " . . . dislikes Chevys . . . treas- ures his car ... to be a heavy equipment operator . . . MARY A. MASON " Mary " . . . quiet . . . likes bowling and football . . . wants to visit Eu- rope . . . blue . . . pizza . . . drama . . . to be a secretary . . . KAREN MARTIN " Karen " . . . friendly, shy, and short . . . orange ... " I don ' t know " . . . can be found with her boyfriend . . . talking . . . coke and ice cream . . . ' This Guy ' s in Love With You " . . . Karen plans to get married . . . THEODORE J. MAVRELION ' Ted " . . . found working at Maltby Co. . . . red . . . " homework " . . . likes baseball and shop ... re- members history with Mr. Jardin . . . enjoys fixing and repairing things . . . New York City ... a future airplane mechanic . . . 66 JOAN E. MASON " Joan " . . . quiet but friendly . . . found around Stoughton . . . enjoys bowling . . . working backstage . . . " Oh really! " . . . green . . . pork chops . . . trig . . . pet peeve — a cer- tain kid . . . hopes to be happy . . . RENA A. MAYNARD " Crebbs " . . . fun-loving and ener- getic . . . found around Kingston . . . " Strange, very strange! " ... re- members summer of ' 68 . . . purple . . . onion rings . . . Algebra with Mr. Cabral . . . " Gotta Get a Mes- sage to You " . . . football and bas- ketball games . . . dislikes English . . . to go to U. Mass. . . . ROSEMARY A. McARDLE " Rose " . . . friendly and cooperative . . . found at Fenway Paric ... re- members almost catching a ball . . . " Oh rats! " . . . yellow . . . hot dogs . . . pet peeve — homework . . . ' The Impossible Dream " . . . field hockey and baseball ... 4 Jersey Street . . . a future secretary . . . CAROLE A. McCAREY " Carole " . . . found in Cotuit . . . " Quick, like a bunny! " . . . green . . . Swiss almond ice cream . . . surfing and " going to parties " . . . " Midnight Confessions " . . . dislikes math . . . treasures her 12-string gui- tar .. . gymnastics ... to write a best selling novel . . . WILLIAM J. McCarthy " Tiger " ... tall and handsome . . . found up town . . . spaghetti and meatballs . . . fishing . . . football . . . " Sheila " . . . the Cape . . . treasures his money . . . " Hogan ' s Heroes " . . . hopes to be rich . . . JOHN GREGORY McGRATH " Greg " . . . crazy and friendly . . . found at home . . . ' This is boss- hence " . . . remembers summer school at Brockton High . . . blue . . . pizza . . . swimming . . . pet peeve — hippies! . . . goofing off in Mr. Cormier ' s class . . . " Batman " . . . " San Francisco Nights " ... a future lawyer . . . t JAMES W. McKIM " Jim " . . . found running the track . . . remembers membership in the Honor Society . . . yellow . . . steak . . . golf . . . likes chemistry . . . studious . . . to be an engineer . . . PATRICIA A. McMAHON " Trisha " . . . friendly . . . " Sock it to ya! " . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . lasagna . . . pet peeve — nosey people . . . enjoys hockey and basketball . . . " My Spe- cial Angel " ... to be a secretary 67 EARL G. McMANN " Earl " . . . found at Big D ' s, Alan ' s or the P.W.D. . . . " What ' s up? " . . . blue . . . pizza . . pet peeve — Fords! . . . likes math . . Love " ... a future agement . . . . his drums . . . . . . easy going . " Somebody to in business man- JAMES E. McMENIMON " Jim " . . . loud, humorous, romantic . . . favorite activity is sitting down ... pet peeve — girls . . . " Hey Jude " . . . stuffed shrimp . . . dancing and skating . . . hockey ... his wallet . . . Falmouth . . . would like to visit Australia . . . JOHN F. McNAMARA, JR. " Jack " . . . playing the guitar . . . blue . . . pizza . . . pet peeve — peo- ple who talk too much . . . " Right! " . . . shop . . . basketball . . . dislikes history . . . treasures his guitar . . . " Midnight Hour " ... to be a drafts- man . . . KAREN M. McSHEA " Mac " . . . found with H.A.C.K.S. . . . blue . . . steak . . . pet peeve — Sharon boys . . . remembers Ware- ham after the Junior Prom . . . ma- jorettes and football . . . " Hey Jude " GEORGE M. MEGALAITIS " Limey " . . . found at school, the BPM, or under a car . . . " Yanks " green . . . pizza . . . girls . . . " Eight Days A Week " . . . treasures life . . . enjoys rugby and electronics . . . wants to visit Germany ... a future in the Air Force . . . CHRISTINA MEIER " Kris " . . . " What can I say? " . . . blue . . . home ec. ... " Spooky " . . . pizza . . . skiing . . . pet peeve — school lunches ... " I Spy " . . . Hawaii . . . to be a secretary . . . 68 STEPHEN J. MERRIAM " Steve " . . . found at work . . . " Prove it! " . . . Junior Prom . . . blue . . . hamburgers . . . tennis . . . " Hello, It ' s Me " . . . enjoys book- keeping . . . " It Takes A Thief . . . would like to visit California . .. to go to college . . . blue . . . gym . . . football ... re- members a week down the Cape . . . ' Time Has Come Today " . . . dis- likes science . . . treasures his M.G. . . . " Mission Impossible " ... to be a detective . . . SHEILA F. MOONEY " Sheila " . . . crazy and serious . . . found in Boston . . . ' Together! " . . . remembers growing up . . . pet peeve — closed minds . . . reading . . . loafing . . . English . . . dislikes math . . . ' Try a Little Tenderness " . . . hopes to stay alive . . . JENNIFER L. MORAN " Jen " . . . found in the Advertising Dept. at Morse Shoes . . . " That ' s nice " . . . the beaches of Cape Cod . . . blue . . . football . . . hopes to be an executive secretary and then to marry a millionaire . . . DIANE MONK " De-De " . . . found anywhere . . . blue . . . spaghetti and typing . . . " Are you for real? " . . . Cape Cod . . . football . . . " Light My Fire " . . . pet peeve — rat shoes . . . hopes to be happy . . . GEORGE MORGAN " George " . . . pleasant, quiet, ener- getic . . . found working at the Pan- cake House . . . " Why me? " . . . baseball, steak, and blue . . . " Cher- ish " . . . remembers Thanksgiving game 1967 . . . problems of democ- racy . . . basketball . . . New Hamp- shire . . . pet peeve — school lunches ... " I Spy " . . . to be an electrician or a cook . . . KAREN M. MORGANELLI " Morgan " . . . friendly, ambitious . . . found at various places in Stoughton . . . blue . . . baseball . . . ' That figures " . . . remembers accidentally speaking Spanish in French class . . . reading . . . math . . . pet peeve — phoney people . . . lasagna . . . Cape Cod . . . " Mid- night Confessions " . . . to be an elec- tronic computer programmer in N.A.S.A. . . . FREDERICK F. MULHERN " Fred " . . . remembers Wareham after the Junior Prom . . . sincere . . . blue and lasagna . . . " Hey Jude " . . . " Laugh-In " . . . baseball . . . the Cape . . . hopes to be a draftsman . . . MARK S. MORRISON " Big Boo-Boo " . . . found with the guys . . . mushrooms . . . football . . . " Superman " . . . blue . . . fish- ing and hunting . . . " Get lost " . . . remembers the Foxboro fight . . . New Hampshire . . . " Light My Fire " . . . doesn ' t like science . . . pet peeve — the C lunch bunch . . . to visit the North Pole? . . . would like to be an electrician . . . MARY C. MURPHY " Murph " . . . found with Mary. Sue and Pam . . . " Are you kiddin? " . . . Italian food . . . yearbook staff . . . tobogganing . . . blue . . . Red Sox Baseball ... the Cape ... pet peeve — the armory . . . " Cherish " . . . to be a teacher . . . 70 BRIAN W. MULHERN " Brian " . . . usually found in town . . . blue . . . hockey . . . remem- bers the spaghetti supper ' 68 . . . cutting classes(?) . . . hopes to be- come an adult . . . JOHN H. NARDOZZI " John " . . . found with the boys or at that certain girl ' s house . . . " Oh, for cripe sakes " . . . brown . . . Jun- ior Prom . . . Maine . . . football . . . his mother ' s spaghetti . . . pet peeve — his dog . . . Problems . . . " Light My Fire " ... his Studebaker . . . hunting with his dog ... to be an accountant . . . ANNE E. NATOLA " Hippie " . . . found at Ma ' s ... co- operative and friendly . . . dancing . . . " You think you ' re funny, but you ' re not " . . . navy blue . . . Tech Tourney . . . Mouse ' s parties . . . pet peeve — people who think they ' re nice . . . " You Keep Me Hangin ' On " . . . Chinese food . . . basketball . . . Cape Cod ... to be a dental assistant . . . PATRICIA M. NELSON " Patty " . . . friendly and gullible . . . blue . . . Italian food . . . softball . . . yearbook staff ... pet peeve — home- work . . . New York . . . Tech Tourney . . . football . . . " To Love Somebody " ... her diamond ... to become a hairdresser, get married and have a large family . . . FREDERICK C. NICHOLS " Rick " . . . found at Butch ' s house . . . New Hampshire . . . track . . . hunting . . . steak . . . " wicked funny " . . . orange . . . fishing . . . " If I Were a Carpenter " . . . shop . . . wants to visit Hawaii . . . dis- Hkes English ... his truck ... to join the Marines . . . VINCENT F. NOE " Buddy " . . . found downtown . . . blue . . . pizza . . . remembers the Foxboro fight . . . weightlifting . . . baseball . . . " Get off it! " . . . talk- ing back . . .his bedroom . . . study and lunch . . . " Born To Be Wild " . . . Adult Theater . . . pet peeve — Mike Kelly ... his " 61 " Chevy . . . hopes to become a millionaire . . . MALCOLM L. NOONAN " Butch " . . . funloving and crazy . . . found at Canton Pizza . . . " Unreal " . . . blue . . . remembers the Christmas dance in his junior year . . . steak . . . girls, girls and girls . . . basketball . . . dislikes English . . . " Cherish " . . . skipping class . . . pet peeve — noisy girls . . . the Cape . . . to be a cook . . . ELIZABETH A. NORTHRUP " Liz " . . . easy-going and lively . . . " Almost, right! " . . . found at Wool- worth ' s . . . yellow . . . Chinese food . . . " On the Road Again " . . . science . . . remembers Mr. Sarno ' s biology class . . . football . . . " Laugh-In " . . . Canada . . . treas- ures her motorscooter . . . pet peeve — gym uniforms . . . to be an L.P.N. 71 CHRISTINE OBRIEN " Kris " . . . found out of town . . . likes football, pizza, and yellow . . . remembers the summer of " 68 . . . " Oh, brother " . . . pet peeve — white socks on boys . . . " Mod Squad " . . . " Cherish " . . . to be an L.P.N. . . . GEORGE J. O DONNELL " O.D. " . . . green . . . can be found any place . . . " Ford ' s don ' t go " . . . hot pastromi . . . football rallies . . . " Naturally Stoned " . . . swanky . . . December 15, 1966 — first day at Stoughton High . . . bowling . . . treasures his car keys . . . Cape Cod . . . courageous ... to graduate . . . JOAN M. O ' CONNOR " Joanie " . . . independent and happy . . . " You dummy " . . . blue . . . the Cape . . . found in a glass cage . . . working on Carousel . . . draw- ing and sewing . . . pet peeve — unex- citable people . . . swimming . . . popcorn ... to major in psychology CAROL M. O ' HANDLEY ' " Caror ' . . . found at Papa Gino s in J. P. . . . " nice! " . . . dislikes con- ceited boys . . . blue . . . " Poor Side of Town " . . . thinks SHS teachers are OK, sometimes . . . " Mod Squad " . . . pizza . . . " Don ' t Let the Sun Catch You Crying " . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . KEVIN J. O ' CONNOR " Kevin " . . . " Never too late " . . . found at the race track . . . remem- bers winning his first race . . . blue . . . veal cutlets . . . cars . . . horses . . . cool, calm and small . . . shop . . . Florida . . . horse racing . . . dislikes English and history . . . would like to see California ... to be a jockey . . . j MICHELLE A. OSTIS " Shelley " . . . uninhibited and crea- tive . . . found cheering, on the stage, or in the journalism room . . . refz . . . treasures her glass unicorn . . . poetry ... pet peeve — insincer- ity ... Algebra II with Mr. Cabral and the " gang " ... to visit Greece . . . " Bookends " ... to be a writer 72 MARY PAPSADORE " Mear " . . . carefree and unpredicta- ble .. . Chinese food, yellow, foot- ball, horseback riding ... " I don ' t believe it! " ... pet peeve — insincer- ity .. . found in a red convertible . . . " Sunny " . . . remembers J. P. ' s pad in Hyannis . . . majorettes . . . Utopia . . . would like to find the secret of living . . . JOSEPH A. PASCARELLI " Joe " . . . found on the football field and the basketball court . . . small, dark, powerful . . . thinks Mr. Berry is great . . . " Ya know! " . . . blue . . . treasures his hair . . . pet peeve — Kevin Yetman . . . lasagna . . . remembers " little chats with Mr. Penardi " . . . " Barbara-Ann " . . . the Cape ... to visit Paris Island . . . gym . . . to go to college . . . JANIS E. PARRIN " Janis " . . . found at Glen Echo . . . " Very good " . . . swimming and ski- ing .. . memories of North Carolina . . . Chinese food . . . navy and brown ... pet peeve — snobs . . . " Mod Squad " . . . gym XI . . . " Si- lence Is Golden " . . . football and basketball . . . would like to go everywhere ... to be a medical or dental assistant . . . RALPH E. PASCARELLI " R. E. P. " . . . found at home, study- ing his books (?)... blue . . . baked stuffed lobster . . . " Lover ' s Holiday " . . . K. A. B. . . . to visit the old country . . . football . . . irresistable and well-mannered (so he says) . . . " I Spy " . . . cars and money . . . memories of meeting the school committee in person with Kevin . . . hopes to be great . . . ROBERT PARSONS " Bobby " . . . usually found at the A W . . . treasures his black book . . . " Right! " . . . orange . . . build- ing cars ... a good kid . . . loves to visit Maine . . . will never forget a girl from the class of ' 68 ... a fu- ture in electronics . . . WILLIAM J. PATTERSON " Bill " . . . quiet and easy-going . . . found at John ' s house . . . " Lady Willpower " . . . Mexico . . . steak . . . " ya kidding " . . . remembers Flag ' s history class . . . blue . . . dis- likes English and English teachers . . . " Mod Squad " . . . sharp . . . football . . . treasures his English book . . . likes study periods . . . hopes to go to college . . . JANIS A. PAVADORE " Janis " . . . found at the beach . . . Plymouth ... to visit Bermuda . . . blue . . . " Oh, for crying out loud! " . . . memories of meeting a certain boy ... an individual . . . writing, basketball, Jody ... pet peeve — cheaters . . . talkative and fun-loving . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . " The Second Hundred Years " ... to be a writer . . . DENNIS S. PERRY " Benny " . . . quiet, calm, confusing . . . found at the " Druggy " . . . blue . . . hockey . . . will never forget one Friday night . . . guitar . . . cake . . . dislikes chemistry and labs . . . " Love Is Blue " . . . to be a den- tist . . . JOHN S. PECHONIS " John " . . . outspoken and athletic . . . green . . . bothering Mr. Hol- bert . . . Greek meatballs . . . trig with Miss Lombardi . . . " Black Is Black " . . . pet peeve — S. F. . . . " Oh, come on, will ya " . . . baseball and basketball . . . Will never forget the Tech Tourney Finals . . . the Cape . . . cross-country with Mr. Graham . . . ambitious . . . to go to engineering college . . . JANEEN M. PERRY " Janeen " . . . found out of town . . . " Really? " . . . talkative . . . " Special Angel " . . . the Cape . . . summer " 67 ... blue . . . pizza . . . pet peeve — boys in white socks . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . " Mod Squad " . . . football ... to be an L.P.N. . . . 74 DAVID J. PERRY " Cool Hand Luke " . . . found at the druggy . . . cool and " Out, Man, Out " . . . Boston ... the 2:10 bell . . . remembers getting lost in Boston . . . blueberry pie . . . pet peeve — school . . . " Fire " . . . water-skiing . . . sleeping, eating, studying(?) . . . to visit the U.S.S.R. and Spain . . . no homework . . . dancing at Surf ... his deck of cards . . . the Picture " . . . the " In MICHAEL C. PETRUZZO " Mike " . . . found with Barb . . . sportsminded, friendly, individual . . . " Oh ya! " . . . thinks SHS teach- ers are so-so, but Mr. Berry is great . . . remembers a trip to Nantucket . . . green . . . " Turn On Your Love Light " . . . skiing, weightlifting, cars, pool ... pet peeve — blondes and eye make-up . . . B.L.A.H. . . . football with Mr. Bamberry ... to be suc- cessfully married someday . . . KATHLEEN POLLACO " Kathy " . . . working at Roxie ' s . . . pink . . . Italian food . . . remembers falling asleep in Joe ' s car during His- tory (?) ... " Turn Around " . . . hob- bies include boys, skiing, boys, sewing, and boys ... the Cape . . . her license . . . dislikes being without a car . . . " Mod Squad " . . . football . . . getting in trouble ... to be an airline steward- ess .. . KENT A. POWELL " Kent " . . . athletic and friendly . . . found with Lori . . . blue . . . fried clams . . . " Knock it off! " . . . will never forget the Tech Tourney games in Boston Garden . . . basketball . . . " I Will Always Think About You " . . . " 1-4-3 " . . . messing around a little . . . Seattle ... pet peeve — J.C. . . . likes history, dis- likes math . . . to go to college . . . STEPHEN M. POWER " Steve " . . . can be found at West- gate Mall . . . green . . . pet peeve — studying . . . " The Sounds of Si- lence " . . . track . . . remembers blowing up a test tube in chemistry . . . " Star Trek " . . . hopes to be a success . . . BARBARA A. PRICE " Barb " . . . found at G.M.H. ... or with Denise . . . curious and friendly . . . pale yellow . . . remembers driving home in the fog with D . . . " Hey Jude " ... pet peeve — R. S. and pithing frogs for Mr. P . . . " Are you kidding? " . . . pizza from the Spa . . . ' The Old Pro " ... a future nurse . . . NANCY PUSHEE ' Pushwod " . . . found over Donna ' s . . " You worm! " . . . purple . . . Chinese food . . . football games . . treasures her fingernails . . . ' Purple Haze " . . . the Cream and limi Hendrix ... a ' 55 yellow Ford . . pet peeve — slow, stupid drivers . . football games . . . baseball . . to buy a ' 68 black ' Vet . . . dislikes stenography . . . memories of visiting Charlie Norton with the Kids MARGO K. RAILEY " Margo " . . . cheerful, pleasant, un- derstanding . . . found in a red Ram- bler . . . " That ' s life " . . . Billy . . . " 96 Tears " . . . treasures her friend- ship ring . . . remembers falling down the stairs the first day of senior year . . . pet peeve — school lunches . . . olive green . . . Bermuda . . . steak . Blue " club . L.P.N. basketball . . . " Love Is . " Peyton Place " ... ski " Cover Me " ... a future PHYLLIS RASMUSEN " Phyllis " . . . found working at Roxie ' s . . . " Oh, dear! " . . . Cape Cod . . . Kenny ... " 1 Will Always Think About You " . . . football games ... ice cream ... to visit California . . . blue . . . likes Prob- lems of Democracy, but not Secretar- ial Practice . . . SHS teachers " aren ' t too bad " ... a future airline stew- ardess . . . ELAINE M. REILLY " Elaine " . . . quiet, co-operative, al- ways smiling . . . found anywhere . . . " I ' d believe it " . . . green . . . French fries . . . " Cherish " . . . passes from Miss Lombardi . . . bas- ketball . . . dislikes chemistry . . . pet peeve — homework . . . memories of the Junior Prom ... a future in elementary education . . . GAIL E. RAYNER " Gail " . . . brown eyes and a mind of her own ... at play rehearsals or with Nan . . . flirtatious and smiling . . . remembers breaking Mr. Fitz- maurice ' s window . . . avocado, Florida ... the Cape ... pet peeve — top lockers! . . . " Soul and Inspira- tion " . . . cokes . . . singing and dancing . . . " Don ' t Let the Sun Catch You Crying " . . . just wants to be happy . . . DEBRA P. RIST " Debbie " . . . petite . . . found at Ma ' s . . . " Yah, right " . . . memories of the Spellman game . . . pink . . . lobster . . . pet peeve — Mr. Pierce . . . sewing . . . " Midnight Confes- sions " . . . football games . . . crazy . . . Nantasket Beach ... to be a home ec. teacher . . . ROBERT G. REESE " Bob " . . . Stoughton Drug . . . blue . . . " Sunshine of Your Love " . . . favorite activity — lunch?? . . . hockey . . . Drum Corps . . . cheeseburgers . . . " Really good! " . . . " The Untouchables " . . . Alge- bra II with Mr. Vogel . . . pet peeve — H.H., R.L., K.F., and M.M. ... to go to college . . . THOMAS W. RIST ' Tom " . . . found at the cleaners . . . " Are you kidding? " . . . Mr. Edmonston ' s history class . . . cran- berry . . . steak, lasagna . . . pet peeve — teachers who give too much homework . . . " Born to be Free " . . . baseball . . . sincere, friendly . . . Florida . . . plans to be a busi- ness teacher . . . 76 PATRICIA RIVERS " Patty " . . . found with E. Miller . . . " Oh, come on " . . . memories of the Xaverian Senior Prom . . . olive green . . . swimming . . . ma- jorettes . . . " Over You " . . . friendly talkative ... to be happy DONNA ROBERTSON " Freckles " . . . found everywhere anywhere . . . " Bingo! " . . . memo- ries of " 3 in the morning " . . . blue . . . strawberry sundaes . . . playing guitar piano . . . English . . . " More " . . . hockey, basketball . . . friendly, enthusiastic . . . Wayne . . . Cape Cod ... to be an elementary school teacher . . . WILLIAM J. ROCHE " Bill " . . . quiet, easy-going . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " What ' s the story here? " . . . memories of being on the ' 68 basketball team . . . blue . . . French fries ... pet peeve — getting up early . . . plans for college . . . problems . . . " Light My Fire " . . . Smothers Brothers . . . KATHLEEN A. ROGERS " Kathie " . . . with Diane and Jeanne . . . blue . . . " What is this? " . . . drama ... " I Gotta Get a Message To You " . . . beef stew . . . likes to spend money . . . quiet . . . treasures a full refrigerator . . . walking . . . thinks the teachers did their best (?) . . . . ustralia . . . hopes to be on time . . . JOHN ROMANUCK, JR. " John " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . blue . . . lobster . . . pet peeve — school lunches and E study . . . plans to go to college . . . physics . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . football . . . friendly and mis- chievous . . . John, a great friend . . . ALAN S. RONALD " Alan " . . . found at home or in Ken ' s car . . . remembers going A.W.O.L. . . . blue ... pet peeve — pushing Walter ' s truck . . . Fran . . . " Laugh-In " . . . 77 STEPHEN W. ROSS " Steve " . . . found at work . . . " wicked fiinny " . . . red . . . pizza . . . pet peeve — Modern Lit. . . . working on his car . . . " 96 Tears " . . . football ... to be an engineer ALFRED F. RUGGIERO " Nip " . . . found at the A W . . . remembers the Thanksgiving game . . . green . . . steak . . . pet peeve — sprints . . . fishing, football, hunt- ing . . . science . . . ' Time " . . . persuasive, athletic . . . " Charlie ' s Mountain " . . . to be happy . . . ROBERT J. ROTHWELL " Bob " . . . That ' s life . . . blue . . . cars . . . can be found at Crystal Cleaner ' s . . . eggroll and hamburg- ers ... cars . . . " Susie Q " . . . Problems of Democracy . . . cars . . . Sweden ... to work for the Telephone Company and join the Navy Reserves . . . LINDA J. RUSCITO " Linda " . . . found at Roxie ' s or in a white convertible ... " I don ' t be- lieve it " . . . remembers J.V cheering . . . pink . . . Italian food . . . pet peeve — people who are late . . . bowling and golfing . . . Mr. B ' s Problems class . . . " The Letter " . . . football ... a future hairdresser 78 KATHLEEN P. RUBEN " Kath " . . . found at Cambridge Common . . . " you ' re on " ... re- members working at the Boston Tea Party . . . yellow . . . Italian food . . . music . . . pet peeve — time . . . causing trouble . . . " Expecting to Fly " . . . horseback riding . . . home ec. . . . friendly, peaceful . . . " Or- pheus " . . . Road Runner . . . BONNIE C. RYAN " Bonnie " . . . pretty and very Irish . . . " Oh man! " . . . green, horse- backriding, and spaghetti . . . " Love is Blue " . . . found on the field with the majorettes or down the Cape . . . memories of touring the U.S.A. . . . football. Problems of Democracy, and her license . . . skiing and swim- ming ... to become a special educa- tion teacher . . . CHERYL A. RYAN " Cher " . . . quiet . . . hot dogs . . . " You won ' t believe it! " . . . mint green . . . remembers a prom in ' 68 . . . " Fool on a Hill " . . . found at Mac ' s . . . majorettes . . . treasures Boscoe . . . bookkeeping . . . basket- ball . . . Hampton Beach . . . sailing . . . Hawaii ... to go to business college . . . CHERYL M. RYDER " Cher " ... at the football games . . . " You ' ve gotta be kidding! " . . . mem- ories of ' 68 basketball games . . . green . . . fried clams . . . pet peeve — home- work . . . sewing . . . working on the yearbook . . . " Never My Love " . . . tennis . . . Maine . . . wis hes to visit California . . . plans to teach . . . JOHN G. SACCO " J. G. S. " . . . cheerful, happy, and young . . . found at D.P ' s . . . " lis- ten baby " (!??)... blue ... re- members St. Alban ' s incident . . . Physiology . . . " Sealed With a Kiss " . . . dance band . . . track and swimming ... pet peeve — m.w. study . . . treasured possession — Beach Boy albums . . . driving on sunny days ... to be a biology teacher . . . CAROL J. SAMSON " Carol " . . . found anywhere . . . " Lm only kidding " . . . remembers Stoughton — Case game . . . blue . . . Strawberry shortcake . . . pet peeve — getting up . . . sewing . . . home ec. . . . ' The Sounds of Silence " . . . basketball . . . dislikes U.S. history . . . the Cape . . . wishes to visit Hawaii . . . FRANK S. SANDLER " Frank " . . . found at McDonald ' s . . . " wicked funny " . . . Mr. G. math . . . blue . . . steak . . . girls . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . football . . . crazy? . . . fun-loving ... his ' 64 Ford-Galaxie 500 ... " F Troop " . . . Gloucester, Mass. . . . THOMAS J. SANGIOLO " Sangie " . . . gray . . . ' That ' s ah nice! " . . . can be found in Mr. Finn ' s woodshop . . . lasagna . . . track ... pet peeve — tough little freshmen . . . treasures his lunch bag . . . F Troop . . . adventurous . . . woul d like to visit the old country ... to join the Navy . . . 79 SHIRLEY D. SANTARPIO " Shirl " . . . nutty, happy, Italian . . . lasagna . . . found at Ma ' s . . . " Are you serious? " . . . dancing, sewing . . . blue . . . " Hey Jude " . . . foot- ball, baseball, basketball at SHS . . . Nantasket . . . home ec . . . remem- bers first day at SHS . . . " The Mod Squad " ... to be an elementary school teacher . . . BARBARA L. SESSLER " Barb " . . . found with Patty, Linda, Linda . . . " Oh. right! " . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . green . . . pizza spaghetti . . . sewing . . . rallies . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . basketball . . . the Cape . . . plans to be a dental assistant . . . PHILIP A. SANTORO " Uppy " . . . " You ' re on! " . . . comi- cal ., . remembers biology . . . red . . . found at the Stop and Shop . . . steak . . . girl watching . . . pet peeve — school lunches . . . friendly . . . treasures his car . . . would like to visit California ... to go to col- lege . . . LINDA A. SESTITO " Lyn " . . . usually found with Patti, Barbara, and Linda . . . blue . . . pizza and coke . . . " Oh really! " . . . her license . . . football . . . West Yarmouth . . . remembers being a bridesmaid . . . " Never .My Love " . . . pet peeve — top lockers ... to be a secretary . . . LORRAINE SCADUTO " Lorraine " . . . happy . . . found with Joe . . . " cool it! " . . . memo- ries of being called a hustler at the Athletic Awards Assembly . . . folk music . . . brown . . . spaghetti . . . pet peeve — people who are late . . . basketball . . . wishes to be happy and married . . . ROBERT M. SHARPE " Bob " . . . talkative and mischievous . . . found in Easton ... " I doubt it! " . . . blue . . . steak . . . ties . . . likes math, studies, and basketball . . . treasures his car . . . vacationing down the Cape . . . looks fo rward to joining the Navy . . . 80 KATHLEEN F. SHEA " Kathy " . . . intelligent and charm- ing ... " You savage " . . . found with Kevin . . . royal blue . . . likes sewing and eating . . . pizza ... re- members problems with Mr. B. . . . " Words " . . . basketball and keeping K. F. Y. out of trouble . . . remem- bers setting " Big Bertha " on fire . . . 2:10p.m.. . . to be happy . . . ANTHONY J. SILVA " Tony " . . . strong and humorous . . . " Salisbury Park " . . . " Are you talking to me or would you like to? " . . . blue . . . " Lovers Holiday " . . . likes football and gym . . . memories of ' 68 basketball season . . . treasures his record player . . . " Mod Squad " . . . plans to be an electronics engi- neer . . . " MICHAEL J. SHEEHAN " Mike " . . . talkative and friendly . . . found working . . . " You think so? " . . . navy blue . . . onion rings . . . remembers running for student council . . . dislikes moody people . . . " Hey Jude " . . . yearbook editor . . . treasures his license . . . vaca- tions down the Cape . . . plans to become a teacher . . . FRANCINE M. SILVA " Franny " . . . friendly and outgoing . . . found at practice . . . " Hey, you guys! " . . . blue . . . barbecued spare ribs . . . memories of being captain of the majorettes and twirling fire . . . enjoys dancing, baton, and foot- ball . . . ' Turn Around, Look at Me " . . . treasures her friendship ring . . . hopes to be a dancing school teacher and airline stewardess 81 JANET F. SIEGFRIED " Sieggy " . . . talkative and funny . . . " Unreal! " . . . cheeseburgers and french fries . . . British Sterling . . . brown . . . " Hey Jude " . . . memories of Mr. Jardin ' s history class ... pet peeve — waiting for people and passing tests . . . football . . . Canada . . . hopes to be happy and visit Hawaii . . . ANN L. SLATTERY " Ann " . . . friendly and carefree . . . " Kissy-Poo-Lovey Bear " . . . can be found with Steve . . . memories of Kathy setting her car on fire . . . green . . . " 60 " Fords . . . " Surfer Girl " . . . enjoys skiing and the Cape . . . would like to visit Italy or Ire- land some day . . . hopes to be happy . . . RICHARD E. SMALL " Rich " . . . outgoing and friendly . . . found at the Town Spa . . . pizza ... " I doubt it! " . . . blue . . . remembers Thanksgiving rallies . . . enjoys football and biology . . . problems . . . " Eleanor " . . . vaca- tions in New Hampshire . . . plans to visit Hawaii ... to become a male nurse . . . SHIRLEY L. SMITH " Gidget " . . . giggly, mischievous, friendly . . . " What ' s the beef?? " . . . majorettes and gymnastics . . . " Light My Fire " . . . skiing, playing the guitar, sewing, and sailing . . . remembers falling in the cafeteria . . . yellow . . . pet peeve — bikinis . . . the Cape . . . would like to visit Paris . . . to be a secretary . . . JANET E. SMITH " Jan " . . . quiet and friendly . . . " Are you serious? " . . . found any- where . . . blue . . . pizza ... re- members 1968 basketball season . . . top lockers! . . . enjoys sewing, draw- ing, and painting . . . working on the yearbook . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . tennis and basketball . . . treas- ures her Simon Garfunkel albums . . . Cape Cod . . . to be an elemen- tary school teacher . . . JOHN D. SPERANDIO " John " . . . tall and sports-minded . . . found on the football field . . . " Yeh-know " . . . Irish-Italian . . . lasagna . . . blue . . . history . . . ' Time Has Come Today " . . . Cali- fornia . . . memories of varsity foot- ball . . . dislikes kids who don ' t put out ... his license . . . hates English . . . to go to college . . . 82 LYNN M. SMITH " Smitty " . . . mischievous and impul- sive . . . yogurt . . . found in Sharon . . . " Hey Jude " . . . Guy Marino . . . memories of Wareham after the Prom . . . blue . . . wants to visit London . . . likes the Beatles and reading John Lennon books . . . hopes to have fun . . . DAVID A. STAPLES " Dave " . . . tall and quiet . . . mem- ories of first day of cross-country practice . . . blue . . . cheeseburgers . . . likes sports, radio, and listening to records . . . physics and swimming . . . " How ' s J.A.K.? " . . . hopes to attend college . . . JOANNE M. STAULA " Jo " . . . serious and friendly . . . " Don ' t bug me " . . . can be found with Pete . . . navy blue . . . memories of her seventeenth birthday . . . Rice Pilaf . . . enjoys horseback-riding, ice skating and supporting the football team . . . " Fever " . . . treasures her license . . . vacations at Bourne Sce- nic Park . . . plans to be a laboratory technician assistant . . . DANIEL P. SULLIVAN " Danny " . . . friendly and talkative . . . blue . . . can be found working after school . . . steak . . . will al- ways remember ' 68 Tech Tourney . . . enjoys playing the guitar and basketball . . . " Spooky " . . . treas- ures class ring . . . plans to become an engineer . . . CYNTHIA R. STEINBERG " Cindy " . . . easy-going and sincere . . . " Are you serious? " . . . can be found anywhere . . . steak and Chi- nese food . . . baby blue . . . enjoys tennis, swimming, and water skiing . . . remembers gym with B. B. . . . " Midnight Confessions " . . . treasures Eileen ' s friendship . . . vacations in Hyannis . . . plans to become a med- ical technologist . . . PATRICIA M. STUART " Pat " . . . quiet and friendly . . . " Come on " . . . found with Joani . . . spaghetti . . . blue . . . memo- ries of Driver Ed . . . " Midnight Confessions " . . . horseback riding, writing, and traveling . . . baseball . . . working on plays . . . " Mod Squad " . . . hopes to write a best- seller . . . MARK D. SULLIVAN " Sully " . . . resourceful and cunning . . . " Back off, punk " . . . green . . . memoirs of Mr. Schensnol ' s shop class . . . Spanish food . . . enjoys hockey, electronics, and all three lunches . . . " Born To Be Wild " . . . treasures his bank account . . . can be found playing pool or at the Cape . . . plans to join the service . . . 83 ROBERT P. SWALLOW " Bob " . . . usually found downtown . . . brown . . . lobster . . . football . . . most treasured possession — his car ... a future in the service . . . DORIS L. SWANBERG ' Tootsie " . . . happy and active . . . can be found cheering at the games . . . blue . . . " Fm sure of it! " . . . memories of freshman year . . . rum cokes and Canoli ' s . . . enjoys gym- nastics, cooking and sewing . . . " How Can I Be Sure " . . . hopes to visit Sweden . . . plans to become a phys. ed. teacher . . . DANIEL K. SYREK " Dan " . . . carefree . . . rust brown . . . remembers winning a buck off Mr. Vogel . . . football . . . found at the A M Atlantic . . . " You only go this way once! " . . . steak . . . treasures his motorcycle . . . Algebra II with Mr. Vogel . . . " Hickory Holler ' s Tramp " to go to college ROBERT F. TALLARIDA " Bob " . . . friendly and well-dressed . . . found at the Cape . . . remem- bers sleeping on Gov. Volpe ' s lawn . . . green . . . pizza . . . likes ski- ing, surfing, and hockey . . . lunch and Mr. Cormier ' s history class . . . " Cherish " . . . pet peeve — Sue ' s hair . . . treasures " Ho-Tai " . . . future in business law . . . STEPHEN E. TAPPER " Steve " ... on the tennis courts of S.H.S. . . . blue . . . enjoys sports, music, and reading . . . Italian food . . . ' The Circle Game " . . . losing tennis matches . . . driver ' s license . . . quiet and serious . . . looks for- ward to a future in journalism . . . 84 NANCY A. TAY " Nancy " . . . funny and easy-going . . . found working at GMH . . . " Quit it! " . . . blue . . . memories of running out of gas in the passing lane on the expressway . . . Chinese food . . . skiing, basketball, and football . . . vacations on the Cape . . . hof)es to see Hawaii ... a future medical secretary . . . GARY K. TAYLOR " Harry " . . . small, handsome, bash- ful .. . found at Bob ' s parking lot . . . " Come on " . . . treasures his draft card . . . blue . . . fried clams ... " I Ain ' t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore " . . . drag racing . . . going out at night . . . passing the eleventh grade! ... pet peeve — little kids and birds ... to be a steam-fitter . . . JAMES M. TEAGUE " Jim " . . . easy-going, cool, sharp . . . American chop suey . . . " I ' ve Got to Get a Message to You " . . . found at Bill Landolfi ' s . . . football . . . red . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . " You ' re ugly " ... pet peeve — freshmen . . . " Mod Squad " . . . California ... a future ac- countant . . . CATHRYN M. TECHIERA " Cathi " . . . enthusiastic and always thinking . . . found in Bridgewater with a certain boy . . . " Shoot!! " . . . memories of Horseneck after the Jr. prom with A, J, and D . . . yel- low . . . onion rings and vanilla cokes . . . reading, sewing, traveling, . . . " Cherish " . . . enjoys stenogra- phy and home ec. . . . baseball and basketball . . . North Carolina . . . hopes to teach school . . . JOANNE M. THOMPSON Sweet and likeable . . . found waiting for Jim . . . swimming, ice skating and cooking . . . " Soldier Boy " . . . certain ring . . . baby blue and Chi- nese food . . . " Would you believe? " . . . pessimistic? . . . plans to further her education . . . ROSS J. THOMPSON " Ross " . . . usually found at Glen Echo . . . " Zap! " . . . blue . . . girls . . . steak and root beer floats . . . trig . . . hopes to be a professional beach bum . . . 85 STEPHEN M. TINGLOF " Ting " . . . short, well-known . . . football . . . collecting cigarette packages . . . found down the office . . . " Susan " . . . blue . . . " You idiot " ... " A Melody For An Un- known Girl " ... a future draftsman JOHN TOBIN ' Toby " . . . pizza . . . " Get off my back! " . . . football . . . shop with The Cool One. Mr. Finn . . . Elaine . . . green . . . Paris . . . favorite activity — lunch . . . to be a state cop CAROL TRAMENTOZZI " Carol " . . . " Don ' t get spiffy! " . . . found with a certain boy fi " om West- port . . . skiing and swimming . . . ' Turn Around. Look at Me " ... re- members the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . Italian food . . . pet peeve — ses- sions . . . baseball . . . home-ec . . . a future in hairdressing . . . HARRIET TOLPIN " Harry " . . . adorable and delightful, . . . found with K.A.C.K.S. at the mountain . . . " You Keep Me Hanging On " . . . " ten pounds!! " . . . remem- bers SHS — Sharon Tech Tourney game ' 68 ... Charlie ' s Mountain . . . to find the ultimate end . . . THOMAS A. TRAY ' Tommy " . . . talkable and lovable . . . usually found on Earth . . . " Maybe " . . . blue, corn chips, and problems . . . " My Special Angel " . . . pet peeve — Polish jokes . . . treasures his singing ... to go to col- lege . . . 86 GERARD TRAINOR " Jerry " . . . found at Bob ' s parking lot . . . " You yo-yo! " . . . treasures the car keys . . . Washington . . . getting paid . . . green . . . spaghetti . . . pet peeve — lunches and sixth graders . . . " Sealed with a Kiss " . . . shop . . . hates English . . . the weight room . . . cars ... to join the Marines . . . CHRISTINA B. TRIPP " Chris " . . . found with Lee . . . ' The Little Things " . . . pet peeve — boys in white socks . . . " Right! " . . . Chris treasures her diamond . . . to get married . . . MICHAEL C. TROY " Mike " . . . friendly and outgoing . . . will always remember being president . . . S.A.G.R.O.F.Y. and Carousel . . . pet peeve — Student Council . . . enjoys cheeseburgers and lobster . . . found where the women are . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . brown . . . plans to go to col- lege and then the Peace Corps . . . JOHN J. TWOMEY " John " . . . conscientious, serious- minded, quiet . . . found at Roxie ' s . . . " Dirty Water " . . . remembers biology in D103 ... green . . . " How are you? " . . . spaghetti . . . swimming and sports . . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . . French . . . baseball . . . most treasured possession — his license ... to go to college and enter business . . . PAULA A. TRUE " Pat " . . . usually found driving around . . . " Unbelievable " . . . blue . . . loves Italian food . . . pet peeve — phoney people . . . tobogganing . . . " Love Is Blue " ... a future medical secretary . . . STEPHEN B. TYLER " Adobe " ... a good kid with a sense of humor . . . steamed clams . . . green . . . remembers ' 67 Thanksgiv- ing day rally . . . enjoys football games and planes ... a future in the Air Force . . . 87 WALTER J. TURELL " Wally " . . . unaffected . . . found in a little red convertible . . . " Hang loose " ... his hair . . . Tom Rush, Donovan, Dylan, Judi Collins . . . guitar . . . pet peeve — being late . . . " SWALBR " . . . doing heritage re- ports . . . brown . . . steak . . . Newport, R.I. . . . favorite activity — assemblies . . . would like to go to college and visit Europe . . . STEPHEN VAIL " Bull " . . . found at Zacks and the practice field . . . enjoys engineering drawing but not English . . . green . . . football . . . " Light My Fire " . . . pet peeve — 100-yarders . . . memories of Stoughton at Boston Garden . . . pizza . . . " F-Troop " . . . Canada . . . thinks SHS teachers are " nice people " . . . plans to go to college . . . KAREN A. VALUTKEVICH " Daisy " . . . crazy but likeable . . . peanut butter soup . . . yellow . . . most treasured possession is her pet avacado . . . " Hello, it ' s me " . . . hiding towels on gym days . . . " Not again? " . . . plans to join V.I.S.T.A. BARBARA L. WADE " Bwade " . . . friendly, easy-going, cheerful . . . usually found at Corps . . . " People Got To Be Free " . . . remembers squirting water at Mr. Holbert (so does Mr. Holbert) . . . " baloney brain " . . . treasures her license . . . home ec. with Miss Mac . . . hopes to be a nurse . . . WAYNE D. WALKER " Wayne " . . . quiet but unpredictable . . . found working at Eastern Power Mower Center . . . baseball, repair- ing small engines, or working in metal shop . . . purple . . . roast duck . . . squirting fire extinguishers . . . " Hey Jude " . . . " Yeah right! " ... a future mechanical engineer DENISE A. WERKOWSKI " " Nise " . . . " What a riot " . . . will always remember Carousel . . . fried clams and pizza at the spa . . . pet peeve — D.E.!!I . . . positively green . . . her teddy bear . . . Physics? . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " How Can I Be Sure " . . . guitars and the beach ... to be a teacher or dental hygienist . . . RICHARD J. WHITE ■ Rich " . . . tall, dark, and handsome (?)... found at John ' s house . . . blue, football, and girls . . . remembers June " 68 " . . . Chinese food . . . " Keep it cool, man " ... pet peeve — freshmen . . . " Special Angel " ... to be a disc jockey and a millionaire . . . RICHARD J. WHITTAKER " Dick " . . . quiet and sincere . . . will always remember playing at Bos- ton Gardens . . . navy blue . . . can be found studying or playing sports . . . one of our star basketball play- ers .. . Alaska . . . wants to be suc- cessful . . . CHRISTIAN C. WILSON " Chris " . . . unconventional, intellec- tual . . . found riding around . . . " Just Like a Woman " . . . track . . . blue . . . chemistry . . . fried clams . . . " Laugh- In " . . . guitar and cars . . . pet peeve — haircuts ... a fu- ture in engineering . . . JANET MARIE YOUNG Quiet, perceptive, sensitive . . . " Gosh! " . . . blue . . . orange pop- sicles . . . her teddy bear . . . Drill Team . . . pet peeve — hypocrites . . . cats with missing parts . . . Engelbert Humperdink . . . most treasured possession — a friend ... a future as a lady plumber(!?) . . . PAMELA J. WOOD " Pam " . . . talkative and friendly . . . found at Ma ' s . . . pink . . . spaghetti . . . most treasured posses- sion — her license . . . horseback rid- ing and skating . . . remembers her seventeenth birthday . . . football . . . Europe . . . pet peeve — boring classes ... a future stewardess . . . JAMES ZINNELL " Jim " . . . working at the Town Spa . . . lasagna . . . enjoys baseball and playing his guitar . . . green . . . dis- likes reading . . . " People Got To Be Free " . . . plans to get married . . . 89 KEVIN F. YETMAN " Kev " . . . tall, wild, cheerful . . . " Ya know " . . . remembers meeting the school committee with Ralph . . . football . . . fried clams and chocolate frappes ... " I Fought the Law and the Law Won " . . . treas- ures his motorcycle . . . found with Kathy . . . green ... the Cape . . . math . . . plans to attend college MICHAEL ZKIAB " Mike " . . . conservative and respon- sible ... " A Taste of Honey " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " real boss " . . . Italian food . . . baseball . . . bronze . . . enjoys reading, art, and playing the guitar . . . problems of democracy . . . Miami . . . " The F.B.I. " . . . pet peeve — pretensions . . . to be a commercial artist . . . 1965-66 The class of 1969 is unique. Our class is composed of individuals who have been working and enjoying themselves together for four exciting years. The end product — satisfaction and many happy memories. Freshman year: We were self-con- scious, and insecure. We were new among other things like the addition of buildings (What ' s an " A " building) and the first school musical, " Camelot " with Dick Lindelof as the star, Lancelot. Mr. Jardin came up from the Junior High with us and became our advisor. Our first class officers were Eddie Kel- leher, Kathy Doyle, Joanne Burns, and Donna Robertson. They led us through a shaky but successful first year with " ' Fes- tival of Summer " , the dance, and a cake sale (all profit!). 90 OUR FRESHMAN YEAR Representing the class in the Student Council were Kerrie Brooks, Carole McCarey, Linda Fisher, Mike Troy, and Kevin Yetman. The J.V. Cheerleaders were Joanne Hickey, Kathy Briody, Linda Ruscito, Carole McCarey, and Doris Swanberg. From the very start our class was active and contributed to all phases of school activity. Already Barbara Hern was starting her high school career as an outstanding star in girls ' sports. And in boys ' sports the names Kirk Buschenfeldt, Steve Fitzpatrick, Kent Powell, John Sperandio, and Rich Whittaker were among those who held talent which was to give the class of ' 69 a great name. Yes, it was a very good year. And now our Sophomore year . . . 91 1966-67 The blur begins to focus. We have gained an ounce of confidence. In the fall we watched Paul Everett, Eddie Kelleher, Nippy Ruggerio, Steve Vail, and the guys of the field and we knew all the cheers. We saw our addition to the Majorettes — Bonnie Ryan, Patty Rivers, Francine Silva, Karen McShea, performing at the half. Jutta Ensin and Judy Correia were leading the Drill Team. The endless winter . . . With three new officers Mike Troy, Barbara Homer Linda Fisher and Kathy Doyle, a veteran, our treasury gained weight — another cake sale and (remem- ber?) . . . S.A.G.R.O.F.Y.! 92 OUR SOPHOMORE YEAR On and on . . . " The King and I " , " The Miracle Worker " , with Gail Rayner as Aunt Ev and Joanie O ' Connor as Vin- ney, the maid. Laureen Abril, Joan and Mary Mason, Teri Brien — all working hard behind stage. Dress rehearsals . . . lights! Gymnastics — Carole McCarey, Kerrie Brooks, Lisa LaCivita, Connie Whitten (remember her?), Joan Buckley, Sue Barley — grace and balance. It was the year of the biology lab, the Ski Club, Mainstreams. But then without a warning came an unforgettable, unbeatable year . . . 93 1967-68 It seemed incredible — we were upperclassmen, wearing school rings, good seats at the rallies. In the fall — the radiance of the Red Sox and all those classes we missed to watch the World Series!!! Varsity Cheerleaders Kathy Briody, Shelley Ostis, Joanne Hickey, Linda Johnson, and Doris Swanberg were cheering for Juniors who were now Varsity stars. Karen Kalen ' s dream — outstanding star, Maria, in " The Sound of Music. " The Impossible Dream — basketball, league champ and the Tech Tourney . . . spirit . . . tension . . . hope . . . pride. Our class was honored to have some of the best play- ers — Kent Powell, Frank Compagnone. Rich Whittaker, John Pechonis, Kirk Buschenfeldt, Bill Roache, Joe Pascar- elli — the unbeatables ... a season to remember. OUR JUNIOR YEAR Gay nineties, horses, stripes, and April vacation in A407 — that ' s what proms are made of. " Carousel " — a dream come true. Joanne Hickey, our queen of an enchanted cafeteria(?) . . . and then, of course, the Cape. Andy Williams ' sweatshirts, booster buttons, P.Y.D. Day . . . our class officers Eddie Kelleher, Kathy Doyle, Joanie O ' Connor, and Linda Fisher lead us through an extremely successful year with the unlimited patience of a certain advisor. As we turned around, the seniors were leaving — memories of marshals, usher- ettes, and the Daisy Chain! . . . seeing how it ' s done . . . " Are they really crying?! " The year hurried by leaving us the very best of memories. And then it finally came . . . SENIORITY. Photography: F. E. Maioli 95 98 1968-69 SPAGHETTI SUPPER The beginning of the end A long awaited year filled with endless happenings It started with a flurry . . . book covers, dues, booster buttons (again!), and plans . . . plans . . . plans! Twenty-five posters, antici- pation and a car wash that never was BU i 100 OUR SENIOR Midst the concern of College Boards and applica- tions came the Spaghetti Supper . . . " Those Were the Days " . . . Joanne Hickey, Lyn Fichera, Sue Barley, and Shirley Smith singing " Won ' t You Come Home Bill Baily " . . . " Zorba, the Greek " and the five to six o ' clock shift . . . and delicious spaghetti cooked by worldly acclaimed chefs — the senior boys! And when the fun ended in the cafeteria we hurried across the street to Paul ' s. 101 It was a fine autumn The cross country team had a good season . . . the field hockey team had improved tremendously . . . and the football team brought us many great games and honors. Colder days came and more plans ... a profitable cake sale and an entertaining rally . . . and endless hours on stage rehearsing . . . The Mouse That Roared. Our comedy of errors! Mike Champa as Peter Pan(?) . . . Coach Bamberry ' s army of Grand Fenwick ... in Gomes we trust??? . . . Professor Kokintz and a little Russian dressing! Good times we ' ll never forget. And what we didn ' t make in profit we made in fun!!! 1968-69 102 THE MOUSE THAT ROARED 1968-69 . . OUR SENIOR YEAR The approaching Christmas brought with it the first signs of the epidemic — " Senioritis " ! . . . col- lege boards, applications, and acceptances (?) . . . basketball games. Santa ' s Dream — the Christmas dance . . . Christmas trees of Ivory Snow and candy canes . . . Mr. and Mrs. Claus and the elves . . . and the long awaited announcing of the superlatives — a night of happiness always to remember. Midyears (oh, to be a member of the Honor Society!) ... the year was only half over ... we were looking forward to that big week, that very special week — Senior Week! . . . the class trip, and graduation. 104 106 Most Cooperative Mike Troy Joan O ' Connor Most Mischievous Ralph Pascarelli Lyn Fichera 107 Most Flirtatious Best Dancers Cathy Costa Eddie Bobigian Joni Buckley Jim McMenimon Eddie Kelleher Kathy Doyle Best Dressed Danny Costa Debbie Rist 108 CLASS WILL FACULTY Dave Gillon leaves Mr. Holbert his first tennis racket, Steve Tapper leaves him the " Steve Tapper Award, " and Lynn Smith leaves him thanks for her chemical knowledge. Carol Tramentozzi leaves a dime to Mr. Downs. Mark Sullivan leaves his film clips to Mr. Schensnol. To Mr. Pierce, Ann Carrara leaves a " dingbat " and a " broom, " and Steve Blaizis leaves the cat in the bag. Joan Buckley leaves Mr. Daly in peace. Richard Small leaves his sympathy to Miss Minehan. Rich Whittaker leaves his " whit " to Mr. Edmonston, while Pam Butler leaves him her pride and Jan Falcone leaves him her U.S. History notes. Cynthia Steinberg and Eileen Horvitz leave Paul Newman to Mrs. BuUard. Kathy Rogers leaves Mr. Bucklin a warm room. Donna Robertson leaves a pleasant smile and Janet Ceruti leaves her compositions to Mr. Cormier. John Gomes leaves Mrs. Kaufman some peace and quiet. Ralph Pascarelli leaves his passes to Miss O ' Brien. Anthony Silva leaves his deflated football to Mr. Bamberry. Barbara Fowler leaves Jean and Debby to Mrs. Bailey. Laureen Abril leaves an A-|- composition to Mrs. Hooks. Sue Barley gives Miss Mac her sanity back, while Kathy Polacco leaves her passes to her. Jim Carlino leaves Mr. LeGrow waiting on a snowy night. Stuart Colder leaves Mr. Gregory an answering service. Janet Siegfried leaves her red sneakers to Miss McGuire. Dan Syrek leaves his gloves to Mr. Willis. For Mr. Cabral, Mike Sheehan and Mary Murphy leave an Honorary Membership card to the NHS, Sue Converse leaves a case of NHS candy, Dom Champa leaves the skiing ability of J.C.K., and Period G leaves a typical " Cabral Problem. " To all the Faculty Jim Teague leaves a bottle of Scope a can of Ban. 110 UNDERCLASSMEN Nancy Chestnut leaves her perfect Enghsh notebook to someone for extra credit. Pat Rivers and Bonnie Ryan leave flaming batons to next year ' s majorettes. Carole McCarey leaves a copy of Mr. Holbert ' s midyear to some lucky under- classman. Denise Werkowski leaves a future senior Mr. Vogel ' s word problem project. Nancy Pushee leaves " Fingers " all the peaches she needs, while Noreen Bunn leaves Mona a bottle of ketchup. Barbara Homer leaves Ellen Hines her art desk. Doris Swanberg leaves Valdez to Joan Peterson. Karen McShea leaves an ashtray under the stairs for Anne Piper. Karen Martin leaves three more years of school to her sister. Pat Stuart leaves her speech book to Joyce Mahoney. Harriet Tolpin leaves L.S.T. to an underclassman. Joanne Hickey leaves her skirt to Mary Reilly. Sue Dimond leaves her gym suit to Gail. Linda Sestito leaves her receipt book to the 1970 sales staff. Paul Everett leaves his single bar to Marty Kwedor. Kathy Shea leaves her worn-down ink eraser to a steno student. Karyn Hall leaves her freckles to Sandy. Lorna Jasperson, Karen Morganelli, and Steve Dellelo leave their broken lockers to deserving underclassmen. Joe Casano leaves his cat to a deserving student. Teri Brien leaves her " day glow " designs to any near-sighted art student. Sue Belcher leaves Mr. Cabral to unsuspecting underclassmen with best wishes. GENERAL Garry Taylor leaves 100 feet of rubber in the " B " corridor. Dianne Kearns leaves a ' 61 Chevy to anyone who can start it, and Chris Wilson leaves 2 glass pock mufflers and 4 bald tires. Lyn Fichera leaves her locker to her brother. Ken Dumas leaves his dirty gym socks and the hallowed halls of SHS. " Cyd " and " Crebbs " leave all the horrors in D 102, while John Sacco leaves, still waiting to be checked off. Janet Smith leaves " Oscar " to the cafeteria cooks. " Bwade " leaves Mr. Vogel ' s class without a 4th of July special and " Bburke " leaves to find a rich husband. Elizabeth Dennison leaves the puddles in " B " building and John Nardozzi leaves chemistry — finally . Steve Bailey leaves one tooth to the hockey team. Kevin Yetman leaves his suspension notices to all his teachers. Mike Champa leaves the locked basements in acute pain. Cathy Costa and Dianne Campbell leave smiling through the front door. Mary Lou Hall leaves — hopefully, while Cheryl Ryder and Lois Bunavicz leave happily for bigger and better places. Dianne Haywood leaves SHS a little bit wiser. Shelley Ostis leaves a unicorn to romp through the halls when no one ' s looking. Ill 112 " Sgt. Pepper ' s Lonely Heart ' s Club Band " All she said was Hi, there, handsome! ' " " Now I wish I had signed up for Study instead . The tell-tale heart! 113 I i 114 116 " Layout staff for Playboy Magazine? " CLASS OF 1970 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE JUNIOR CLASS First Row: Barbara Stewart, Susan Courteau, Diane Yaitanes (vice-president), Michael Duffy (president), Mr. Sarno (advisor), Susan Smith (treasurer), Gayle Webster (secretary), Ann Flaherty. Second Row: Timothy Crepeau, Sandra Clark, Linda Noyes, Paula Medeiros, Andrea Badeau, Joan Quadros, Denise Anderson, Diane Robertson, Jean Mahoney, Geri Trotta, Nelson Dun- ham. Third Row: Gary Thomas, Steven Jacobs, Richard Canavan, John O ' Donnell, Mark Klim, William Kell, Peter Brooks, Paul Lonergan, Dale Bishop, James Mc- Laughlin. With the two-fold project — the sale of jackets and stuffed animals, the annual cake sale, the distribution of class rings, and an all-out drive for dues, the class of ' 70 barely survived the turmoils of junior activities. Topping the list of events was the Junior Prom. The prom, held in the high school cafeteria, carried the theme of " Three Coins in a Fountain. " Leading the class were class officers Mike Duffy, DeeDee Yaitanes, Gayle Webster, and Sue Smith. Mr. Sarno was ad- visor for the third year. The class only hopes for a successful and exciting senior year. In athletics there are great prospects for next year. Alan Crosby and John O ' Donnell will I be co-captains of the football team, and with the help from some already familiar varsity players — Joe Rafalko, Errol Austin, Marty Kwedor, and Kenny Gilpatrick — they will hustle the team to victories. Steve Smith and Frank Sereno were elected captains of the bas- ketball team. Bill Lyons and Richard Fitzpatrick are two other juniors who will be playing next year. Of course, who can forget the key player of both Tech Tourney teams — Bernie De Vaughn! Junior Bill Lyons, as presi- dent of the Student Council led his class as well as his school, with the other junior members of the Stu-C — Paul Lonergan, Mike Duffy and Steve Jacobs. Many juniors participate in the drama world at SHS. Al- though the class did not win the 117 tournament of plays with " The Lottery " , the extremely large cast impressed with its spirit. For the all-school play. The Bad Seed, Donna Perdigao was se- lected for a lead role. 1 if IP 1 1 J Janet Abramson Marjorie Abril Jean Addison Charlie Ahern Steven Ahern Billy Ahr Robert Alholm Elizabeth Allen Allen Ames Debi Anderson David Atkinson Errol Austin Andrea Badeau Rick Baglole Peter Banis Amy Barnard William Batte Fred Beaton Diane Beddia James Berry Terry Bickford Robert Browne 118 CLASS OF 1970 Mary Canavan Richard Canavan Robert Carrara Jeanne Cavanaugh Sandy Clark Diane Cleary Donna Coffey James Colman James Connolly Deborah Conrad Philip Cooper Ann Copley Michael Corcoran VP i ' a i ' a J 1 [t- A 119 mm , .i !at,i4._ Kathleen Doheriy John Dominick Michael Doyle Michael Duffy Laura Dragunas Stephen Dugas Nelson Dunham Warren Dupont David Durgin Robert Dyke Richard Eagles Denise Entner 4 , 1 f t 1 Kathleen Escher Melody Fahey Corrinne Farrell Madelynn Fenton Robert Fezio Russell Fichera Jean Finnerty Lawrence Fisher Michael Fisher Richard Fitzgerald Richard Fitzpatrick Ann Flaherty Raymond Flaherty Steven Foster Steven Foster Louise Fredrickson Catherine Gallagher Elaine Gambrazzio 120 Paul Gambrazzio Robert Gambrazzio Joanne Gaudet Janet Gay Patty Gay Wendy Gay Louise Geiger William Geurtin Richard Gilmartin Carol Gitchel John Gonsalves ill CLASS OF 1970 Paul Goodrich Sue-Ellen Gorski Chester Grant Robert Grazziano Donald Greenwood Marilyn Griffin Mary Guffy Diane Hemphill 0 A 121 MiiAilito 1 Ml Gerald Hammel Carla Hanrahan Richard Hansen John Hartigan William Hawkins David Hebb Heather Hill Carol Hejduk CLASS OF 1970 a . Pi) " Pi iflii Delores Jardin David Johnson Gordon Johnston Robert Inman Helen Henderson Vivian Henderson John Herbowy Donald Herliky Janice Hoefer Stephen Holmes James Honsinger Danielle Homer Kathy Horn Susan Hugo Jay Jackson 122 Mary McCarthy Ruth McCarthy Eddie McCloud Gail McEachron Lyn McGillicudy Audry McGillicudy Matthew McKay Chip McLaughlin Moe McLaughlin OF 1970 Rich McLea Eileen McSweeney Paula Medeiros Margaret Megalaitis Mickey Melito Donna Merola Paul Merriam Thomas Meserve Diane Miller Janice Miller Ada Molea Barbara Morgan Steve Morris John Mullet Margaret Murphy Linda Ledin William Nichol Barry Nickerson Paul Nickerson Patty Noe Kathy Noyes Linda Noyes Valiere Oaks Thomas O ' Connor m . ' • m 124 i f JK LjJ dm 3 % ft 1 c i ; John O ' Donnel Robert O ' Donnell Mary Lou O ' Neil J oanne O ' Reily Thomas O ' Reily Lea Ottaviani Georgia Pappas Warren Paradise Pamela Peduto Jane Penardi Donna Perdigo Stephen Petterson Camielle Pollilio William Tranor James Pooler Kerin Proctor Maureen Purcell Roger Pushee Joan Quadros Kevin Quinn Joseph Rafalko Ellen Redman William Reid Mary Reilly Joseph Reilly 4d 125 Barbara Richardson Christopher Richardson David Roberts Diane Robinson Brenda Rock Paul Roman Noreen Ross Joel Rossman John Ruggerio Eleanor Sanders Karen Sammartino Richard Slowey Kathleen Scagnoli Andrea Scripture Lenard Settlers Diane Shannan Ellen Shaunessy Antone Silva Rodney Silva Kathleen Simbiliaris Daniel Smith Joyce Slattery Robert Smith Stephen Smith - ? J Denise Sugrue Janet Swanson Judith Sweeney Ann Taglieri Susan Smith Norman SoKal John Sousa Nancy Spencer Donna Spicely Barbara Spillane Lowell Sprague Joan Stein Marjorie Sterling Barbara Stewart 126 Steve Clark, (president), John Ciulla, (treasurer). Miss Pratti, (advisor), Paula Olsiewski, (vice- president), Patrice Whalen, (secretary). After a successful and profitable freshman year, featuring a cake sale and dance, " Happi- ness Is . . ., " the class of 1971 is again anticipat- ing an enthusiastic year of activities. The sophomores have already shown achieve- ments in dramatic as well as athletic areas in the school. The class won the Annual Tournament of Plays, with Linda Dugas and Frank Jay re- ceiving Best Actress and Best Actor awards re- spectively. Under the guidance of their new advisor, Miss Pratti, and the leadership of officers Steve Clark, Paula Olsiewski, John Ciulla and Patrice Whalen, the class had already made plans for the success of its cake sales and a dance on January 25. The first cake sale, held November 9 proved to be quite profitable and exemplifies the spirit shared by the class as a whole. First Row: Donna Sangiolo, Marianne Fay, Paula Olsiewski, Patrice Whalen, Miss Pratti, John Ciulla, Steve Clark, Joan Werkowski. Second Row: Barbara Garrick, Ellen Hannin, Jackie Ott, Debbie Moran, Joanne Rocci, Elaine Flaherty, Cathy Kelly, Susan Limbey, Donna Price. Third Row: Stephen Margarite, Mark Hartery, William Mears, Robert Doherty, Mike Colder, Richard Smith. 127 A302 First Row: S. Bailey, L. Bernard, S. Aronson, C. Badeau, C. Araujo, D. Alves; Second Row: R. Atlas, A. Saptista, N. Batchelder, S. Apos- tle, L. Atkinson, F. Audlee; Third Row: K. Belcher, C. Bernard, S. Baker, L. Bently, C. Anaganston, M. Belliveau. SOPHOMORES ! A303 First Row: C. Bourgeois, R. Blood, B. Bosse, R. Boyer, C. Butler, P. Blackman; Second Row: C. Caliguria, A. Callanan, W. Brace, E. Campbell, C. Blaizis, J. Bomhardt: Third Row: M. Byron, J. Burns, B. Camara, W. Boclair, R. Bindbeutel, N. Cameron; Fourth Row: T. Briody, C. Botch, S. Bucaria, R. Black, D. Brezner, D. Bigelow, R. Brown. A304 First Row: T. Clark, N. Clinch, J. Castaldi, J. Casserly, P. Caratazzola, J. Castaldi; Second Row: J. Converse, A. Ceven, R. Chaples, B. Ceruti, J. Coulter, N. Cever; Third Row: T. Costa, G. Natola, E. Carabatsos, M. Cheverie, K. Carpenter, K. Clinton. 1 ' i ' J CLASS OF 1971 A305 First Row: V. DeCosta, F. Crosby, S. Dagenais, A. Cullman, R. Doherty, E. Diandre; Second Row: V. Tobin, L. Dirusso, L. Dion, D. Downey, S. Cowgill, J. Crawford; Third Row: P. Dorrs, W. DeSantas, R. Jasper- son, R. Deutsch, R. Doody, W. Deluca; Fourth Row: F. Cashing, J. Dostoniam, M. Cushing, B. Douglas. 129 A306 First Row: H. Duval, C. Dykeman, M. Fay, L. Dugas, J. Dunfey, A. Dunham, D. Depuis; Second Row: L. Fezio, J. Fini, S. Ames, M. Flato, C. Dugan, W. Duval, D. Eagles; Third Row: D. Ewing, C. Fagerberg, A. Ferraioli, J. Edwards, S. Driscoll, J. Duffett, R. Fedora; Fourth Row: J. Doxtader, O. Faria, M. Roach, W. Hunt, J. Powers, U. Dulevskis. A403 First Row: J. Gillis, D. Gionet, K. Foley, J. Grenon, B. Graves, S. Greene; Second Row: P. Gallagher, B. Gorrick, P. Green, K. Frederickson, A. Fradine, J. Gaitley; Third Row: R. Giles, L. Green, M. Green, M. Golder, R. Frizzell, R. Forscythe; Fourth Row: T. Gillon, C. Forrester, W. Gillespie, T. Shea, G. Forrester. G. Wormwood. CLASS OF 1971 130 SOPHOMORES A404 First Row: H. Herbowy, K. Hansen, D. Hadley, E. Han- non; H. Hill, E. Hines; Second Row: S. Howland, D. Herr, R. Harju, L. Hargreaves, E. Hausammann, G. Jackman; Third Row: M. Hartery, D. Herr, R. Grieco, L. Hamset- man, C. Vllock, P. Griffin; Fourth Row: D. Hvoslef, T. Horrigan, R. Doherty. A405 First Row: S. Kirkpatrick, R. Jackson, P. Karo, B. Kessle- man, D. Kennedy, B. Kilduff; Second Row: J. Johnson, P. Karlton, S. Jardin, M. Kilgore, L. Kolby, L. LaCivita; Third Row: K. Kelley, F. Jardin, C. Kimptis. 131 A406 First Row: K. Lewis. D. Langer, D. MacKeen, S. Levine. A. Lubou, D. Letourneau; Second Row: K. Mason, S. MacDonald, S. Malinosky, J. Werkow- ski, S. Limbey, C. Butler: Third Row: D. Lombard. R. Amara. S. Margarite, B. Little, C. Little. J. Lloyd: Fourth Row: R. Landry. R. Landolfi. R. Mac- Combie, W. Mann, F. Leopardi, B. Hunt. SOPHOMORES A407 First Row: N. Molea. L. Joyal, L. Merola. J. McCormack. J. Nieskins. F. Nelson: Second Row: C. McCorri- son. L. McCartney, K. Murphy, M. Mastin, B. Michaels, D. Moran; Third Row: K. McGIaughlin, J. Mc- Stowe, B. Nichols. B. Mears, J. Mul- hern, K. Merriam; Fourth Row: G. Moors, G. McNeill. G. Natola. 132 B203 First Row: P. Olsiewski, R. Parrin, D. Pechonis, C. Arronson, K. Olson; Second Row: D. Perdigao, J. Rivers, S.O ' Hare, P. Oro, E. Peterson, J. Mc- Kenna; Third Row: P. Pavadore, G. Perry, S. Pool, P. Piatkowski, D. O ' Meara, M. Pistor; Fourth Row: R. Poirier, B. Virika, H. OHern, R. Poillucci, A. Pombo, C. Pope; J. Poillucci. CLASS OF 1971 Homeroom 8204 First Row: R. Spillaine, R. Poshkus, D. Rath, B. Roscoe, J. Rayner, J. Romanowsky; Second Row: D. Reid, A. Produce, W. Rego, M. Roach, J. Powers, M. Bellaview; Third Row: J. Rossi, K. Robinson, C. Ransom, M. Perskenis, M. Rodrigues, T. Rasmu- sen; Fourth Row: A. Rodrigues, P. Rogerson, B. Rogers, D. Price, G. Quadras 133 B208 First Row: S. Savini, D. San- giolo, J. Sestito, A. Seaman, D. Ruggerio, D. Rudis; Second Row: R. Silva, J. Sawyer, C. Ryder, L. Seeley, M. Shea, B. Shepley; Third Row: P. Sessler, M. Sestito, R. Samuels, L. Smith, T. Schuko, E. Salvesen; Fourth Row: B. Schmidt. CLASS OF 1971 B209 First Row: S. Staples, D. Soule, J. Sweetman, B. Tobin, S. Snowdaie, J. Stockus; Second Row: P. Tempesta, P. Sweeney, K. Sweeney, V. Tobin, L. DiRusso, D. Sousa; Third Row: N. Suslowicc, H. Tracy, R. Smith, R. Smith, R. Grieco, D. Solana; Fourth Row: S. Smith, N. Smith, K. Tray- nor, W. Totman, W. Taylor, L. Solana. B210 First Row: P. Veiga, B. Yetman, P. LaCass, M. Zkiab, S. Whynot, J. Tripp; Second Row: R. White, E. Walraven, K. Wikstrom, S. Vardaro, V. Pappas. S. Ugo; Third Row: R. areika, D. Yataines. D. Woietsks, W. Trotta. K. Weeman, R. Zawahch; Fourth Row: D. Wilson. S. Wilczw- ski, C. Butler, R. Boyer, R. Doherty, R. Bosse. 134 YULETIDE SCENES DECEMBER, 1968 Mary-Lou ONeil accompanies Mr. LeGrow at the Annual Christmas Concert. Members of the Student Council deliver 37 baskets of food for Stoughton needy in presentation at Town Hall. Santa Claus visits faculty chaperones and their escorts at the annual Christmas Dance. 135 CLASS OF 1972 Although they are still " finding their way " in the high school, the freshmen give every indication that they will make their mark in Stoughton High history be- fore they graduate four years from now. They have set one mark already — they are the largest class in SHS history. Kevin Kelley not only made the varsity as a freshman but was selected to be de- fensive signal caller. In drama, the fresh- man entry in the tournament of plays did very well. Academically, the number of those on the honor roll from the Class of 1972 is high. The class has just elected officers for the first time and is late get- ting started. However, plans are being made for a cake sale or other fund-rais- ing activity and for a dance. OFFICERS — Alan Caldwell (treasurer), Kevin Abramson (vice-president), Mr. Woodruff (faculty advisor), Kevin Kelley (president), Marilyn Kwedor (secre- tary). EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Class of 1972— First Row; Rosi McSweeny, Stacey Shore, Kevin Kelley (president). Kevin Abramson (vice-president), Alan Caldwell (treasurer), Marilyn Kwedor (secretary), Joan Peterson, Maggie Gay, Mary Sousa; Second Row: Gary Russell. Tom Hargroves. Glen Hudson. Bill Goff. Denise Pepworth. Theresa Murray. Libby Roule, Dianne Bishop, Barbara DiRusso, Debbie Ledin, Mr. Woodruff (advisor); Third Row: Brian Corcoran, Joe Yetman. Al Yokabonus, Dennis Burke, Mike Kelley, Mark Andrews, Kenneth LaVoie, Gerry Audlee, Brian Klim, Lorene Constantine, Maeline Smith, Dianne Frazier. 136 B102 First Row: L. Bartlet, W. Andur- chow, G. Barben, S. Austin, D. An- derson, J. Audlee; Second Row: M. Andrews, H. Alholm, R. Aticinson, J. Audley, J. Aticinson, A. Antinarelli, K. Abramson; Tiiird Row: L. Alves, S. Arrigo, D. Bean, M. Anderson, T. Batte, J. Barley, A. Austin; Fourth Row: R. Arnott, M. Ambrose, S. Andizzoni, S. Bobigan, L. Antinarelli, A. Barnon, D. Abril. B106 First Row: J. Buckley, G. Bowker, G. Books, J. Browder, S. Bergeron, P. Brown; Second Row: . Bernie, P. Brousseau, S. Briggs, D. Brundige, S. Brian, C. Bolton; Third Row: D. Bishop, C. Buschenfeldt, R. Boushell, J. Boyce, R. Blanchard, H. Blake, H. Bjornson; Fourth Row: W. Beswick, T. Bowker, J. Bickford, B. Bishop, S. Bobigan, K. Doxtader, D. Burke. FRESHMEP 137 C103 First Row: G. Cash, D. Campbell, D. Clark, R. Cantwell, G. Butterworth; Second Row: K. Abramson, A. Caldwell, T. Clancy, R. Cana- van, D. Caddell; Third Row: D. Caliguire, M. Cachopa, D. Carrara, S. Cabral, L. Campbell; Fourth Row: J. Cameron, H. Chandler, M. Cavanaugh, T. Callahan, L. Chase; Fifth Row: C. Cabral, C. Butler, J. Carter, D. Clark, W. Cash; Sixth Row: R. Chait, K. Callahan, C. Butterworth, S. Chase. DlOl First Row: R. Corriea, P. Colleti, B. Collier, A. Crosby, B. Corcoran; Second Row: D. Converse, J. Courteau, L. Constantine, D. Costello, T. Conolly: Third Row: N. Cole, J. Comita, B. Cleary, M. Copley, J. Cotter; Fourth Row: J. Cleary, W. Connell, K. Conolly, D. Crane, D. Coffey. I FRESHMEN 138 CLASS OF 1972 D102 First Row: D. DeStefano, D. Dragunns, N. Cugno, R. Dean, D. DiBangi, M. DeLuca, L. Dolloff; Second Row: D. Daly, E. Doyle, M. Dmohowski, J. Curry, R. Dillman, M. Curley, K. Doxtader; Third Row: S. Dwyer, A. Distefano, M. Doherty, M. DeVaughn, P. Dennison, B. DiRusso; Fourth Row: A. Dibeneditto, F. De- carlo, J. Donoghue, B. CuUen, R. Dempsey, R. Devine. D103 First Row: B. Foley, M. Fichera, B. Duffy, E. Foley, S. French; Second Row: T. East- man, G. Ellis, D. Frazier, P. Fairbirn, E. Eardley; Third Row: M. Feeney, B. Fernald, J. Dugan, G. Foster, C. Friend; Fourth Row: M. Fox, D. Fer- ragamo, G. Galbo, R. Garbl, H. Ebner; Fifth Row: E. Fal- cone, M. Flanagan, J. Farley. CLASS OF 1972 D104 First Row: J. Grant, A. Hall, J. Gonsalves, D. Gomes, J. Hanko, A. Glover; Second Row: R. Hamded, D. Gskill, R. Gilmartin, C. Gillis, J. Good- rich, W. Goff; Third Row: D. Gargiulo, P. Gaudet, K. Gay, P. Garbick, T. Gillis, P. Geden; Fourth Row: H. Guffey, S. Gastafson, V. Gill, R. Greene, V. Hamm, J. Hahn. D105 First Row: W. Hayward, E. Ivaldi, G. Hutson, S. Jackson, F. Hayes; Second Row: R. Jardin, M. Hartery, L. Hoadley, D. Holmes, K. John- son; Third Row: L. Horrigan, L. Honsanger, A. Holmes, D. Hansen. P. Hough; Fourth Row: R. Hopkins. J. Hebb, E. Jenkins, S. Hansler, T. Hargreave; Fifth Row: M. Hines, G. Hazzard, A. Hill, L. Hull, M. Hemeon; Sixth Row: K. Higgins, D. Heath. 140 D106 First Row: J. Kelly, K. Kelly, R. Kowalsky, J. Jones, D. Lindolphi, J. Kawaky; Second Row: C. Kosinski, M. Kelly, R. Klim, S. Kurlansky, C. Joseph, R. Kaminskas; Third Row: J. Kilgore, K. Krul, R. Kelly, P. Joselin, A. Jones, K. Kaminskas; Fourth Row: A. Kimtis, M. Korsun, S. Jor- dan, J. Kilday, K. LaFlamme, K. Kelley. D107 First Row: E. Lem, M. Lombard, D. Large, T. Lockwood, K. Laudie; Sec- ond Row: P. MacCombie, A. La- Tourneau, R. Letourneau, L Lynch, K. Mackie; Third Row: J. MacDon- ald, M. Locke, J. Little, D. Leif, L. LeBlanch; Fourth Row: M. Maiden, R. Lockhead, D. Ledin, D. Lane, J. Mahoney; Fifth Row: K. Maker, L. MacKeen, S. Laub, K. Lyons, J. Lin- delof. FRESHMEN 141 D301 First Row: C. Mathieson, R. Martin, D. Mc- Fadyne, W. McDonald, T. McShea; Second Row: J. Mann, J. Martignatti, P. Moody, J. Medera, S. Montesano; Third Row: M. Mc- Pherson. P. McCauly, A. McGlauflin, L. Mc- Ewan, D. Medeiros; Fourth Row: L. Maltman, S. McCarthy, E. McMinomon, L. McCaskill, K. Mead, R. McSweeny. D302 First Row: M. Myers, K. O Connell, A. Mooney, P. Pascerelli, D. Pebworth, P. O ' Brien, T. Murray; Second Row: K. O ' Neill, P. Passanisi, D. Northrup, K. Mooney, T. Parsons, P. Murphy, D. Morris; Third Row: B. Perdiggo, D. Murphy, B. Overstreet, R. Nichalson, M. Mullet, B. Moriaty, W. Pechonis, K. Nobil; Fourth Row: L. Olson, J. Morris, D. Nolan, E. Paine. L. Morrison, D. Morganelli, J. D ' Hare. FRESHMEN 142 CLASS OF 1972 D303 First Row: L. Reifschneider, E. Root, M. Rich, D. Polgenowski, B. Powell; Second Row: T. Romanelli, G. Ross, G. Powers, B. Robertson, J. Pope; Third Row: A. Phillips, T. Reilly, S. Phillips, K. Riccardi, N. Rodrigues; Fourth Row: M. Phillips, D. Perry, S. Rist, J. Ralston, E. Reid. D308 First Row: K. Silva, G. Russell, J. Rusilko, S. Seeley, J. Smith, T. Rug- giero; Second Row: D. Shaughnessy, S. Samartino, M. Slater, J. Simpson, A. Smith, D. Smith; Third Row: M. Serpa, S. Shore, M. Sheehan, D. Smith, D. Sestito, P. Silva, L. Sheaffer; Fourth Row: J. Sano, R. Savini, J. Sharpies, E. Smith, C. SchifFer, J. Santos, V. Savoie. 143 CLASS OF 1972 D309 First Row: R. Soper, R. Smith, G. Taylor, R. Tosca, G. Troy; Second Row: P. Tripp, R. Smith, P. Tripp, R. Syrek, W. Thomas; Third Row: D. Sutherland, G. Sousa, E. Sugrue, M. Smith. M. Sousa; Fourth Row: G. Smith, M. Stele, G. Tavanese, P. Thomas, D. Sweeney; Fifth Row: C. Williams, A. Tobin, M. Techiera, P. Sugrue, L. Sousa, B. Travis. D31 1 First Row: B. Wade, J. Young, J. Weisman. P. Zinnell. M. Vanston, C. Zawaski; Second Row: M. Valois, T. Visser, G. White, J. Ventresco, K. Welch, C. Whitney, R. Whittmore; Third Row: D. Walsh, D. Zaiser. M. Wentworth, A. Whittaker, A. Yokubonis, C. Uminski, S. Walken: Fourth Row: D. White, D. Young, R. Zine, J. Yetman, P. Wynott. J. Wall. 144 VARSITY First Row: Shelley Ostis, Kathy Briody. Jo-ann Hickey, Linda Johnson, Doris Swanberg; Second Row: Mary Reilly, Barbara Kelliher. Tracey Spencer, Mervina Moran: Third Row: Marie Moran. Denise Sugrue, Maureen Purcell, Donna Di Russo CHEERLEADERS 146 Deborah Conrad, Mary Kilgoar, Cheryl Ryan, Karen McShea, Co-captain Bonnie Ryan, Captain Francine Silva, Co-captain Patricia Rivers, Mary Papsadore, Dorothy Dostoomian, Shirley Smith, Holly Hill, Patricia Green. The Majorettes, under the leadership of Captain Francine Silva and Co-captains Patricia Rivers and Bonnie Ryan, have added pride and enthusiasm to the spirit of Stoughton High. During the past football season, the girls performed at half- times with new routines and the favorite, twirling with fire. The senior girls of this group are: Karen McShea, Cheryl Ryan, Mary Papsadore, Dorothy Dostoomian, Shirley Smith, and Susan Doody. The underclassmen are junior Deborah Conrad and sophomores Patricia Green, Holly Hill, and Mary Kilgoar. Bonnie Ryan co-captain 148 First Rov.: J. Corrado, J. Young, K. Escher, A. Scrip- ture, V. Dellelo, A. McGillicuddy. Second Row: J. Ensin, J. Correia. Third Row: D. Perdigao, J. Bickford, J. Grenon, M. Hartery, J. Mahoney, J. Comita, C. Ma- son. Fourth Row: Mr. Stanton (advisor), C. Dykeman, J. Fullerton, V. Gill, K. Carlson, S. Snowdale. Fifth Row: K. McLaughlin, L. Alves, B. Garrick, C. Langer, S. Crocker. Sixth Row: D. Rudis, D. Alves, M. Cachopa, T. Briody, P. Donahue. Seventh Row: J. Stockus, K. Mackie, A. Jones, M. Flanagan, B. Burke. Eighth Row: N. Batchelder, S. Cowgill, A. Kimtis, J. Dunfy, D. Langer. Ninth Row: J. Czerwonka. D. Anderson, K. Wikstrom, N. Hart. Tenth Row: D. Whitehead, K. Cal- lanan. K. Allanan, R. Lothrup. 150 MARCHING BAND MUSIC CONCERT BAND The SHS Marching Band in conjunction with the Drill Team has presented some very interesting and exciting half-time shows through the football season. It can also be seen representing SHS in all the parades on national holidays throughout the year. MUSICOLOGY The Music Education Department has expanded its curricular offerings. This year, Musicology I was offered to talented students as an elective. STAGE BAND The Concert Band has provided much entertain- ment throughout the school year. Its talented members have shown great proficiency in playing with Myron Florin and presenting outstanding performances both as a group and individually. Several students have rep- resented SHS in the various Festivals during the year — a great credit to our school. The one and only! This talented group of performers will surely find music a lucrative field. The performance ability of each one is top-notch. The group pro- vides music for the Junior Prom and the latest swing music for the concert stage. 151 MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Who ever thought a drum could do more than tap a rhythm? Have you heard the SHS Percussion Ensemble? A one-of-a-kind musical group on the South Shore, this talented group of percussionists use everything from legitimate instru- ments to bottles, cowbells, etc. An exciting group to hear! For the second time in three years, Stoughton High was the host to more than 500 musicians from high schools ranging from Boston to the Cape. The occa- sion was the Southeast Music Festival. Mr. LeGrow was chairman, and Stoughton High performers were Steven Delello, David Wilcziewski, and Jeanne Doucet, instrumentalists; Donna Robertson, Gail Ray- nor, Richard Lindelof, and James Carlino, vocaHsts. 152 SOUTHEAST MUSIC FESTIVAL CHORUS What is musical comedy without music? The SHS Chorus has grown both in numbers and talent in recent years. The use of their voices has become a pleasure both to themselves and to the audiences who hear them. Many of the outstanding voices have represented us at the festivals and some are performing in various local musical groups and choirs. Photography: left and right, and immediately above, by Stuart Daniels; others by Blackwell. 153 First Row: Paula Medeiros, Barbara Hern, Judith Laub, Louise Fredricksen, Carole McCarey, Dana Eagles (pres- ident), Susanne Converse, secretary; Richard Kane (treasurer), Mary Lanigan, Barbara Wade, Beverly Burke. Second Row: Mr. Cabral (advisor), Janet Smith, Eileen Horvitz, Janet Young, Diane Hayward, Rosemary McArdle, Karen Morganelli, Paula Archibald, Cynthia Lynch, Catherine Costa, Mrs. Savicki (advisor). Third Row: Allyn McGillicuddy, Nancy Hart, Denise Wer- kowski, David Staples, James McKim, Howard Liber, Alan Crosby, Gerianne Trotta, Joan Stein, Christine Wilson, Ann Copley. Missing: Jutta Ensin (vice-presi- dent). Donna Whitehead. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is under the leadership of Mr. Cabral and Mrs. Savicki. Eligibility depends on maintaining a 90% average for five consecutive terms. Once inducted, the members must retain an 88% average. The selling of candy is a major project of this society. The money earned is set aside for a scholarship to be awarded at graduation. This year Stoughton High will host the annual convention of the Southeastern Massachusetts Region of National Honors Society Chapters. The officers are: President, Dana Eagles; Vice-President, Jutta Ensin; Secretary, Suzanne Converse; Treasurer, Richard Kane. INDUCTEES— 1969 First Row: Amy Barnard, Wendy Bigelow, Cynthia Steinberg, Sandra Clark, Jane Penardi, Louise Geiger, Karen Sammartino, Lorraine Carrie, Joan Corrado, Ellen Lunsford. Second Row: Mr. Cabral, Diane Krul, Beverly de Capot, Rena Maynard, Donna Robertson, Gail Rayner, Mary Killgoar, Holly Hill, Karen Carlsen, Linda Dugas, Catherine Mason, Mrs. Savicki. Third Row: Katherine Cronin, Patrice Whalen, Nikki Ostis, Paula Olsiewski, Kathleen Carpenter, Richard Mandell, Michael Sheehan, Stephen Ahern, Frank Compagnone, Michael Duffy, John Nieskens, Armand Baptista. Not present: Michelle Ostis, Francis Jay, Melody Fahey. 154 STUDENT COUNCIL First Row: Denise Werkowski, Kathy Healey, Kathy Carpenter, (treasurer), William Lyons, (president), Lyn Fichera, (vice-president), Carole McCarey, (secretary), Cynthia Steinberg; Second Row: Mr. Galante, Gail Quadros, Elaine Flaherty, Patricia Sweeney, Teresa Lynch, Marylou Curley, Anne Hall, Marianne Fay, Karen Carlsen, Kerri Brooks. Third Row: Steven Jacobs, Michael Duffy, Michael Troy, Michael Sheehan, Rollie Lonergan, Kevin Connolly, Brian Moriarity, Thomas Hargreaves, Richard Hopkins. The Student Council, under the direction of Mr. Galante, has once again assumed a high level of importance at Stoughton High. This group has sent gifts to the service men of Stoughton in Vietnam. To add to the Christmas spirit, the Student Council spon- sored a Christmas Basket Drive to help the families in town. In the fall, the Student Council conducted a collection for the John Goff Memorial. The offi- cers are: President, Wil- liam Lyons; Vice-Presi- dent, Evelyn Fichera; Sec- retary, Carole McCarey; and Treasurer, Kathleen Carpenter. CRUSADER The Crusader is a coordinated effort of many depart- ments. (Above) Edward Bobigian operates Vari-typer. CRUSADER EDITORIAL BOARD First Row: Paula Medeiros, Donna Perdigao, Faith Audlee, Judith Laub. Second Row: Mr. Tapper (advisor), Richard Kane, Stephen Tapper. Third Row: Allyn Mc- Gillicuddy, Karen Sammartino, Ann Copley. The CRUSADER continues to fulfill a double role: as the com- munications arm for the students and faculty, and to provide a training ground for students who wish to learn the fundamentals of journalism. This year, the Crusader has tried several formats. An innovation was a series of weekly news-supplements which met with great success. The Crusader received Second Award in the New England Press Association Competition; it won first prize in Edito- rial in the Massachusetts Editors ' Competition. Senior Editors Steve Tapper, Michelle Ostis SKI CLUB First Row: Barbara Spillane, Terri Lynch. Joanne Burns, Beth Brooks. Lynda Fisher, Mr. Schensnol. (advisor). Bob Tallarida. Rosemary McArdle. Elena Falcone. Lor- raine Constantine, Denise Sugrue, Ellen Sugrue. Paula Olsiewski. Second Row: Kathy Carpenter. Shirley Smith. Kerri Brooks. Sahina Dulevskis. Stacey Apostle. Holly Hill. Mary Lou Hall. Diane Campbell, Shirley Korsun. Shelley Ostis, Carole McCarey, Richard Kane, Theresa Murphy. Jane Morris, Helen Guffy. Heather Hill, Kathy Doyle. Third Row: Douglas Kelly. John Smith, Tom Romano w ski. John Domenic. Michael Champa. Domenic Champa. Donald Eagles. Uli Dulevskis. Scott Hansler. Michael Taylor. Tom Clark. Michael Petruzzo. David Staples. Mary Korsun, Carol Pope. Karen Olson, Barrv Nickerson. CLINIC HEALTH OFFICE ATTENDANTS Seated: Ruth Foster, Ellen Hannon. Standing: Janet Ceruti. TTieresa DiNolo. Laureen Abril. Joanne Gaudet. Mary Mason. The aides to Mrs. Vogel are a necessity in our busy health office. With their assistance, Mrs. Vogel is able to get more things done. It is also a good experience for those girls who are planning some kind of career in nursing. 156 DRAMA Because of the lack of time for both teachers and pupils the drama area of Stoughton High is able to grow in num- bers only. More and more students each year are becoming involved in different phases of drama. With no room to grow, the Drama Department is working to improve the quality of its work rather than the quantity. New ideas are being introduced constantly. This year the Junior High is having its first play tournament — " Challenge. " Another new idea for next year at the High is a debating team. Drama starts as soon as school begins in September. Re- hearsals for the class plays begin right away. This year the competition was held on October 19. The plays included " Still Alarm " , freshmen; " Why I Am a Bachelor " , the sophomores; " The Lottery " , juniors; " The Balcony Scene " , seniors. The sophomore play was awarded the first-place trophy. At Thanksgiving, a classroom production, " The World of Carl Sandburg, " directed by Mr. Dolan, an intern teacher from Boston College, was presented to the freshmen and sophomores in assembly. In December, the senior class presented " The Mouse That Roared. " The all-school musical, " The Wizard of Oz " was pres- ented three times during the February vacation. " The Bad Seed " was designated as this year ' s all-school play and will be presented in April. For their final examination, Mr. Stott ' s acting class will put on a play. The competition play this year is " A Slight Ache. " Besides the high school productions, several students have taken part in local community productions — " Brigadoon " and " Aladdin ' s Lamp. " Players in the prize-winning Sophomore Class play, " Why I Am A Bachelor " : John Rayner, Frank Jay, Linda Dugas, Karen Olson, Anita Fradine, Karen Sweeney. Individual Performances in the Annual Tournament of Plays: Best actor, Frank Jay; Best actress, Linda Dugas; Best supporting actress, Kathleen Rogers; Best supporting actor, Michael Champa; Director, Mr. Sapir. Casting stones in the Junior Class Play " The Lottery ' Audrey McGillicuddy, Paula Medeiros. Photography: Frank Maioli. 157 DRAMA PLAYS MANY ROLES SENIOR PLAY The secretary of state (Jim McMeni- men) received a message from his secre- tary (Cathy Techeira) in " The Mouse That Roared. " CLASSWORK Intrigued sixth grade students watch students in advanced drama class as they present Chi- nese play. CHORAL SPEAKING Highlight of the annual Christmas Concert were the Jun- ior High youngsters who pres- ented several choral readings under the direction of Mr. Sapir. COMPETITION Mr. Stott puts his tournament cast through their paces: Richard Lindelof, Frank Jay, and Donna Merola. 158 THESPIAN TROUPE 2877 First Row: Linda Dugas, Holly Marks, Margaret Jones, Gail Rayner, Robert Inman, Michelle Ostis, Paula Medeiros, Theresa Brien. Second Row: Barbara Wade, Donna Perdi- gao, Allyn McGillicuddy, Carol Crawford, Diane Hayward, Sharon Corbett, Kathleen Carpenter, Jan Fal- cone, Kathleen Rogers. Third Row: Mr. Sapir (advisor), Frank Jay, Charles Deagle, Michael Champa, Mr. Stott (advisor). The Thespian Troupe is comprised of students who are interested in drama. In order for students to be inducted, a minimum of ten points must be earned. To earn these points, the student must have held a major role in a production, worked backstage in a production, and worked in whatever area of stage production that interests him. Officers are president, Robert Inman; vice-president, Gail Rayner; secretary, Margaret Jones; treasurer, Michelle Ostis; advisor, Mr. Daniel Sapir; State Thespian Troupe advisor, Mr. Richard Stott. THE WIZARD OF OZ Seated: Allyn McGillicuddy, Doris Swanberg, Diane Hayward, Nancy Hart, Cynthia Lynch. Standing: Mr. Santoro (advisor), Donna Perdigao, Janet Smith, Carole McCarey, Jackie Ott, Kathy Callanan. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The Future Teachers Club under the guidance of Mr. Santoro proves itself to be a rewarding experience. The members have worked with the sixth-graders, have had meetings with student teachers, and planned a field trip. The offi- cers of this club are: President, Diane Hayward; Vice-President, Nancy Hart; Secretary, Anne Callanan; and Treasurer, Cynthia Lynch. Beverly Burke works with sixth-graders as part of FTA program of activities. 160 THE ROLL OF HONOR 1 Frank Compagnone Actuarial Mathematics Test Janet Young Betty Crocicer Homemaker of Tomorrow Award Michelle Ostis VFW Voice of Democracy Essay Winner Jutta Ensin DAR Citizenship Award Norman Blake Westinghouse Science Tal- ent Search Carole Saunders, Paul Lonergan (Winner), Karen Carlsen, Frank Jay American Legion Oratorical Contest Lynda Fisher Girls State Beverly DeCapot, Ellen Lunsford (Gold Key), and Linda Fisher. Jane Gaitley not present. Massachusetts Regional Scholastic Art Awards Exhibi- tion Awards Richard Kane, Beverly Hern, Allyn McGillicuddy, Donna Perdigao, Stephen Tapper VFW Essay Contest Runners-up 161 1. Dale Bishop Melaney Blanchard Lee Bowyer Robert Brown Christine Bunn Dave Burnie Patia Cambell William Campanario Frank Sereno Susan Courteau Timothy Crepeau Cathy Cronin Wylie Cronk Alan Crosby Francis Crowley JUNIORS (Other pictures on pages 118-126) Joseph Curley John Curry Debbie Daly Maryanne Daly David Dana Charlene Davis Theresa Dean Theresa Deandre Donna De Costa Ronald De Gangie Virginia Delello Debby Dempsey Marie De Rosa Donna De Russo Danny Locke Dianne De Sisto Richard Gilmartin Linda Jones Wayne Jones Robert Jo yal Mary Kawaky Lynne Kearney Karen Keleher William Kell 162 Barbara Kelleher Judith Kelley Douglas Kelly Teresa Kelly Larry Kenney Robert Kilday Robert Kilgoar Jeanne King Tom Kizner Mark Klim Mary Knapp Elizabeth Knowles Gayle Kundrot Wayne Kritzman Dianne Krull 1 ' 1 i V 1 1 1 j Daniel Pollilio Diane Shannon Gary Thomas Roberta Tripp Joan Tropea Gerianne Trotta Nancy Vareika Gail Wade Patricia Wall Niel Walsh Susan Walsh Theresa Walsh Marilyn Warren Gayle Webster Jeanne Welton Maurice White James Whiting David Wilczewski Dorothy Wilkinson Christine Williams Christine Wilson Nancy Woodman Diane Yaitanes Gail Young 163 1969 SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS FIRST GRAND AWARD SECOND GRAND AWARD THIRD GRAND AWARD Mr. Hill Laureen Abril Mr. Rist Norman Blake Janet Smith The Mechanism of an Organic Reac- Experimentation with Narrow Band Sensitivity and Intelligence of tion Frequency Modulation the Lubmricus Terrestris HONORABLE MENTION Front Row: Leslie Eraser, Christine Wilson, Allyn McGillicuddy, Nancy Batchelder, Judith Laub. Second Row: Robert Letourneau, Stephen Fitzpat- rick, Steven Morris, Mark Hartery, Thomas Clark. 164 " He can ' t do it if his underwear doesn ' t fit 166 THE STOTONIAN EDITORIAL BOARD Top Row: Donna Robertson, Faculy and Classes; Mike Champa, (business manager); Michael Sheehan, Filler; Rosemary McArdle, (executive secretary). Middle Row: Mr. Tapper, (advisor), Pamela Butler, Activities; Karen Hall, Art. Bottom Row: Gail Raynor, (photography coordinator); Linda Kritzman, (production coordinator); Jutta Ensin, (editor-in- chief); Laureen Abril, Senior. SPORTS STAFF FACULTY-UNDERCLASS STAFF Top Row: Jane Kneeland, Carol Samson, Diane Hayward, Karen Morganelli, Nancy Hart. Bottom Row: Cynthia Lynch. Janet Siegfied. Donna Robertson, (editor), Barbara Wade, (as- sistant editor). ACTIVITIES STAFF Top Row: Joanne Burns, Pamela Butler, (editor), Suezanne Converse, (assistant editor), Linda Conrad. Bottom Row: Ker- rie Brooks. Carole McCarey. Margaret Jones, Elizabeth Deni- son, Cheryl Ryder. FILLER STAFF Top Row: Lorraine Scaduto, Joseph Casano, Nancy Chestnut. Bottom Row: Mary Papsadore, (assistant editor), Michael Sheehan, (editor). Wendy Bigelow. Not present: Dorothy Dostoomian. SPORTS STAFF James McKim. Susan Barley, (assistant editor). Not present: Gerald Buckley, (editor). Barbara Hern. SENIOR SECTION STAFF Top Row: Mary Lanigan. Mary-Lou Hall, Denise Frazier, Beverly DeCapot. Janet Young. Susan Dimond; Front Row: Doris Swanberg, Mary Murphy, Joan Mason (assistant editor), Laureen Abril (editor), Kathleen Giacobbe (assistant editor), Bonnie Ryan. SENIOR SECTION STAFF 168 TYPING STAFF Top Row: Nancy Chestnut, Janis Pavadore, Catherine Techiera, Donna Godfrey, Maria Jardin, Patricia Mc- Mahon, Judith Corriea, Mary Mason. Bottom Row: Patricia Rivers, Shirley Smith, Barbara Sessler, Joan Cor- rado, (chief typist), Rosemary Mc- Ardle, (executive secretary), Shirley Korsin, Kathleen Loan. ART STAFF Standing: Sandra Campbell, Janet Smith, Carol Crawford, (assistant edi- tor), James Carlino, Diane Campbell, Theresa Brian, Linda Fisher, Evelyn Fichera. Seated: Karen Hall, (editor). BUSINESS STAFF Top Row: Dana Eagles, Denise Frazier, David Gillon, Catherine Techiera, Stephen Blaizis, Doris Swanberg, Stephen Dellelo, Janet Ceruti, Thomas Carpenter. Middle: Donna Godfrey, Linda Landolfi, Evelyn Fichera, Shirley Smith, Ann Slattery, Linda Sestito, Barbara Sessler, Mr. Maioli, (advisor). Bottom Row: Janis Pavadore, Margo Railey, Ann Carrara, Michael Champa, (business manager), Lorraine Carrie, Judith Costa, Mary Collett, Patricia Rivers. 169 HAIL TO THE CONQUERINO HEROES Photography: (left to right) Stuart Daniels, Blackwell, Black- well, Chet Cohenno. 1968 VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY— First Row: Tony Silva, Gerry Buckley, Randy Anderson, Al Ruggiero, Paul Everett, Steve Vail (co-captain), John Sperandio (co-captain). Norm MacMillan, Frank Compagnone, Joe Pascarelli, Ed Kel- leher, Mike Petruzzo; Second Row: Alan Cosby, Jimmy Pooler, Joe Curley, Mike Duffy, Danny Law, Marty Kwedor, Danny Polillio, Scott Sullivan, Dick Fitzpatrick, John O ' Don- nell, Joe Rafalko, Errol Austin, manager Richard Leopardi; Third Row: Kenny Gillpatrick, Paul Makris, Manny Cachopa, Dave Burney, Dennis Yaitanes, Jimmy Allen, Jeff Little, Lenny Settles, Dick Grieco, Eddie Coheno; Fourth Row: George Perry, Garry Jorden, Kevin Kelly, George McNeil, Kevin Trainor, Fred Nelson, Charles Dugan, Brian McCarthy, Bill Totman; Fifth Row: Coach Woodruff, Coach Fanning, Milton Devon. Brian Rist, Neil Clinch, Coach Bucklin, Coach CuUen, Coach Bamberry. FOOTBALL JOHN SPERANDIO Co-Captain 1968 VARSITY RECORD Stoughton 0, Oliver Ames 10 Stoughton 20, Spellman 12 Stoughton 31, King Philip 6 Stoughton 20, Franklin 14 Stoughton 0, Taunton 6 Stoughton 19, Mansfield 34 Stoughton 0, Foxboro 35 Stoughton 18, North Attleboro 36 Stoughton 8, Canton 22 Won 3, lost 6, tied 0 HONORS Jack Sperandio Hockomock League Defensive Team Boston Globe, Boston Herald Brockton Enterprise, Patriot Ledger Al Ruggiero Hockomock League Offensive Team Coaches ' Placque, " Best Lineman " Joe Pascarelli Coaches ' Placque, " Best Back " STEVE VAIL Co-Captain 172 1968 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM — First Row: Stuart Seeley, Bruce Powell, Briant Moriarty, Ray Kowalsky, John Smith, Bob Lockhead, Tom Hargreaves; Second Row: Dan Converse, Walter Andruchow, Dave Shaughnessy, Kenny Gay, Bobby Jardin, Tim Clancy, Gary Barbin; Third Row: Karl Buschenfeldt, Gerry Audlee, Joe Boyce, Peter Tripp, Paul Brousseau, Kevin Connolly; Fourth Row: Richard Soper, Harold Chandler, Bill Goff, Bemie Brady, Jim Lindelof, Coach Woodruff. FOOTBALL JUNIOR VARSITY King Philip 14-24 Franklin 6-18 Easton 6-0 Mansfield 0-6 Foxboro 6-27 JV Record: 2-3-0 This year ' s varsity football certainly proved that a desire to win and excel on the football field is not totally lacking at Stoughton. Though outweighed and outpersonnelled, but never outhearted, the Black Knights fought back until the very last. The games were exciting due to the spirited and hard-hitting de- fensive play, together with some dazzling running and passing. The outlook for next year is a most promising one. A veteran line is returning along with some fine fresh- men. At the team ' s breakup function, Alan Crosby and John O ' Donnell were elected captains for next season. FRESHMEN Sharon 6-16 Spellman 18-6 King Philip 14-12 Franklin 14-42 Easton 8-32 Foxboro 6-0 North Attleboro 8-8 Canton 0-16 Frosh Record: 3-5-1 Under Head Coach John Bamberry and his assist- ants, all new to the school, the Knights had to learn a new system. Bamberry, who came here from an assist- ant ' s post at the University of Massachusetts, installed an I-formation which was explosive when rolling. His team provided the fans with many thrills throughout the fall. After an impressive start, the squad struggled through an injury-plagued season to attain a 3-6 rec- ord. In the last game of the season, for example, the team was unable to use six starters, on offense and defense. 174 i m 176 1968 CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD — First Row: Robert Overstreet, John Pechonis, Kent Powell, Steve Fitzpatrick, Brian Duffy, Coach Maloff; Second Row: David Staples, James McKim, William Feeney, David Atkinson, Charlie Ahern, James Connolly; Third Row: Robert Tosca, Don Bigelow, Gary Powers, Bill Pechonis; Fourth Row: Tom Connolly (man- ager); George White (manager); Richard Smith. (Not present: Chris Wilson). CROSS COUNTRY SEASON RECORD Stoughton-Franklin (Win) Stoughton-Easton (Win) St oughton -Sharon (Loss) Stoughton-King Philip (Loss) Stoughton-No. Attleboro(Loss) Stoughton-Canton (Win) Stoughton-Foxboro (Loss) Also participated in: Catholic Memorian Invitational Meet State Class Meet League Meet South Shore Principals Meet JOHN PECHONIS Co-Captain STEVE FITZPATRICK Co-Captain 178 1968 VARSITY — First Row: Terry Delello (Manager), Danielle Homer, Miss McGuire (head coach), Fay Thomson, Gail Jackman, Ellen Hannon (manager); Second Row: Joan O ' Connor, Gerri Trotta, Karen Kelleher, Diane Kearns, Jill Howsen: Third Row: Sue Barley, Janet Ceruti, Cathy Costa, Rose McArdle, Kathy Doyle; Fourth Row, Barbara Hern, Ann Carrara, Denise Frazier, Lynn Fichera. FIELD HOCKEY VARSITY Stoughton 1 Stoughton 0 Stoughton 2 Stoughton 1 Stoughton 2 Stoughton 3 Stoughton 2 Stoughton 0 Stoughton 1 Stoughton 0 Won 4, lost CORD Foxboro 7 Easton 4 Mansfield 1 Franklin 0 Canton 2 Sharon 1 No. Attleboro 0 King Philip 3 Foxboro 2 Easton 0 4, tied 2 BARB HERN Captain KATHY DOYLE Captain 180 JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: Coach Miss Prinz, Debbie Rudis, Maureen McArdle, Denise Carrara, Karen Hanson. Second Row: Barb Doucet, Barb Rogers, Sue Kosinski, Kathy Carpenter, Paula Oisiewski. Third Row: Marie Kimtis, Mary Killgoar, Claire McCorrison, Karen Olson. JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 182 WRESTLING Front Row: Tim Eastman, Bill Reid, Rick Zawalich, Jack Sperandio, Ross Thompson, Jay Jackson. Back Row: Carl Jay, Paul Makris, Nelson Dunham, Jim Pooler, Tom O ' Connor, Harris Tracey, Coach Cullen. Ross Thompson WRESTLING John Sperandio WRESTLING Milford 35 — Stoughton 21 Weymouth 45 — Stoughton 1 1 Norwood 62 — Stoughton 0 Scituate 52 — Stoughton 6 Framingham No. 26 — Stoughton 26 Milford 28 — Stoughton 34 Needham 27 — Stoughton 42 Dedham 24 — Stoughton 38 Carl Jay qualified for the State Finals. 3 wins 4 losses 1 tie 183 1 STOUGHTON HIGH 1969 ICE HOCKEY TEAM First Row John O ' Donnell, David Butler, Dick Fitzgerald, Joe Rafalko, Steve Bailey, Peter Banas Second Row: Mike Carroll, Kevin Abramson, Phil Cooper, Butch Batte, George Perry, Bob Lockhead, Dave Snyder, (coach), Ed Smith, (manager). Third Row: Joe Powers, Larry Kenny, Charles Ahearn, David Heath, Paul Everett, Steve Jacobs, Buzzy Butler. Absent, Mike Andolina, (assistant coach). VARSITY First Row: Frank Sereno, Dick Whittaker, Kent Powell, Leopardi, Richard Fitzpatrick, William Roche, Frank Compagnone, John Pechonis, Steve Smith. Stand- Lyons, Burnie DeVaughn, Kirk Buschenfeldt, ing: Mr. Bucklin, (Junior Varsity coach), Richard Edmonston, (head coach). Bill Mr. SEASON RECORD Southeastern, Region — 1 02-46 Foxboro — 57-48 Blue Hills— 115-62 Oliver Ames — 62-61 Mansfield — 73-48 Franklin — 61-44 Canton — 49-35 Sharon— 56-58 North Attleboro — 6 1 -50 King Philip — 79-56 Foxboro — 47-39 Bluehills — 101-63 Oliver Ames — 64-61 Mansfield — 22-23 Franklin— 75-49 Canton — 58-47 North Attleboro — 67-59 King Philip— 93-58 Sharon — 53-50 TECH TOURNEY— Plymouth — 68-50 Case— 53-59 Frank Compagnone Captain Kent Powell Captain 186 ■ ■ John Pechonis Kirk Buschenfeldt Richard Whittaicer William Roche Burnis De Vaughn JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: Michael Roche, Milton DeVaughn, James Lindelof, Timothy Callahan, Arthur Stewart, Richard Bowyer. Second Row: Rich- ard Smith, (manager), Bruce Powell, Kevin Kelly, Raymond Kowalsky, Jim Hunt, Leo Hameetman, Alan Caldwell, Warner Bucklin, (coach). Record: W— 17, 1 2 Hockomock League JV Champions 187 FRESHMAN Front Row: Al Yakubonis, Bernard Brady, Harold Chandler, Bruce Robertson. Steve McDer- mott, (coach). Second Row: Al Distefano, Carl Buschenfeldt, Michael Kelley, Gary Russell, William Foley. Third Row: Tom Hargreaves, Brian Klim, Michael Fichera, Steve French, Joseph Kawaky, Frank Atkenson, William Pechonis. 190 SALUTE TO THE CHAMPS For the second year in a row, the basketeers at Stoughton High showed the way to the other teams in the Hockomock League. The boys played inspiring ball, and gave the fans many outstanding moments. Highlights were the games in which they went over the century mark for the first time in school history, the win over Oliver Ames before a packed house (and closed-circuit TV), the come- back against Sharon, and the opening Tech Tourney victory over Plymouth- Carver. The girls sprung one of the biggest upsets in history when they defeated Hanover High, a perennial winner in basketball. Congratulations to the boys and girls and to Coaches Edmonston and Lombardi! 191 VARSITY First Row: Janet Ceruti, Jill Howsen, Barbara Hern, Ann Carrara. Second Row: Barbara Doucet, Dee Dee Yaitaines, Karla Hanrahan, The resa Bickford. Third Row: Miss Lombardi, Gail Jackman. Ellen Hausammann. GIRLS Stoughton 81 VARSITY BALL BASKET- Opp. Norwell 1 7 39 Hanover 37 66 Mansfield 26 53 Franklin 38 63 Canton 2 1 32 Sharon 39 62 N. Attleboro 3 1 57 King Philip 30 38 Foxboro 28 51 Oliver Ames 19 75 Mansfield 26 41 Franklin 37 39 Canton 24 43 Sharon 42 TOURNAMENT 52 Framingham North 21 46 Hanover 49 Overall Record for Varsity 14 wins 2 losses Jill Howsen Barbara Hern 192 JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: Karin Krul, Denise Carrara, Dolores Nolan, Barbara Ceruti, Diana Clarke. Second Row: Renee White, Paula Oro, Barbara Rogers, Candy Dykeman. Third Row: Jean Bickford, Theresa Brody, Miss McGuire. Janet Cerut i Ann Carrara 193 194 GYMNASTICS GYMNASTICS First Row: Pat Green, Brenda Fernald, Judy Grant, Cathy Healey, Joan Peterson, Stacey Apostle. Second Row: Debbie Downey, Joan Buckley, Doris Swanberg, Kerry Brooks, Carole McCarey, Julie Converse, Ann O ' Connell, (coach). SEASON RECORD Braintree — 35.75-48.4 Bridgewater — 26.4-42.03 Wellesley— 24.8-50.0 Needham — 41.0-49.2 Norwood— 38.4-39.4 Milton — 46.6-30.5 Weymouth— 31.05-66.4 1968 BASEBALL SgUAD First Row: Kevin McCormack, Chris Johnson, Vincent Noe, Miice Kwedor, Steve Makris, Mark Kwedor, Ed Chencus, Ed Sweeney, Rick Leopardi (manager); Second Row: Frank Clark, Dick Whittaker, Kirk Buschenfeldt, Joe Rafalko, John O ' Donnell, Jim Maher, John Pechonis, Coach Carlino. John Pechonis Varsity Baseball Scores — 1968 Canton 12 Stoughton 0 Stoughton 7 Mansfield 1 Stoughton 1 1 King Philip 2 Stoughton 3 Easton 1 Sharon 5 Stoughton 0 Franklin 1 Stoughton 0 Canton 7 Stoughton 6 Mansfield 16 Stoughton 2 Stoughton 5 King Philip 5 Easton 5 Stoughton 4 Franklin 6 Stoughton 0 Stoughton 8 King Philip 4 Stoughton 3 Foxboro 0 Stoughton 4 Sharon 2 Foxboro 3 Stoughton 0 Record: 6 wins 8 losses 1 tie Coach — Phil Carlino incent Noe 198 Junior Varsity Baseball Scores — 1968 Stoughton 1 1 Blue Hills 4 Stoughton 5 Sharon 9 Stoughton 7 Franklin 6 Stoughton 4 Foxboro 1 Stoughton 9 Canton 6 Stoughton 4 Mansfield 1 Stoughton 3 King Philip 1 Stoughton 10 Franklin 11 Stoughton 4 Sharon 10 6 wins 3 losses Coach — James Boushell Freshman Record — 1968 7 wins 0 losses Coach — Don Edmonston JL 200 GOLF GOLF TEAM Howard Liber, Bruce Douglas (co-captain), John Curry (captain), Ed Bobigian, Tom Kizner, Dan Sullivan, Jim Colman, Richard Baglole, Brian Duffy, John Bombard, Mike Duffy, Coach LaVelie. No one paid much attention to last year ' s golf team, but they were one of the bright spots in Spring athletics. Led by now departed seniors Neil Young, Buddy Dyke, and John Williams, the team piled up a 9-4-1 record, and tied Sharon for 2nd place. Of the 15 members this year, 8 are returning veterans. 3 of the newcomers are seniors and will only be competing this year. The rest will be back in the future to bolster the team. Captain John Curry " 70 " and Co-Captain Bruce Douglass " 7 1 " feel that all in all the team will be as good as, if not better than last year ' s. The coach, an able golfer himself, Mr. Dale LaVelle, is quoted as saying, " They ' re a fine group of hackers, and if we have any luck at all, we ' ll go a long way. That ' s if the snow ever melts " . To wrap things up, it looks pretty interesting for the S.H.S. Golf Team. Here ' s wishing them lots of luck in the " 69 " season. 201 re 1968 TENNIS SQUAD First Row: Warren Shore, Dave Gillon. Mike Champa, Steve Tapper; Second Row: Coach Nastasi, Steve Dellelo, Dom Champa, John Power, Dave Wilczewski, and Frank Burke. TENNIS 1968 Season Results Canton — 0-5, 0-5 Mansfield— 2-3, 1-4 King PhiUi -2-3, 2-3 Oliver Ames — 3-2, 4-1 Sharon — 0-5, 0-5 Franklin — 2-3, 3-2 Foxboro — 1-4, 0-5 Won 3 Lost 1 1 1969 TENNIS SQUAD First Row: Steve Dellelo, Steve Tapper, Dom Champa, Mike Champa, Dave Gillon: Second Row: Coach Holbert. Alan Blowders, Steve Wilczewski, Dave Wilczewski, Alan Ames. 202 BOYS STATE ALL STATE MUSIC FESTIVAL ROLL OF HONOR MODEL CONGRESS Boys State John Sperandio, Frank Compagnone All State Music Festival Dave Wilczewski, Gail Rayner Model Congress Standing: Michael Champa, Lisa LaCivita, Ronald Lonergan. Seated: Mrs. Lafayette. Not present: Robert McGlaughlin. Math Competition Standing: Armand Baptista, Mr. Aalpoel, (advisor), Howard Liber, Dana Eagles. Seated: Paul Olsiewski, Cynthia Bernard, Judith Laub. SEMSBA Music Festival Standing: Gail Rayner, Richard Lindelof, Donna Robert- son. Seated: Richard Mandell, Steve Wilczewski, Jean Doucet, Steve Tapper, Dave Wilczewski. Not present: James Carlino. MATH COMPETITION SEMSBA MUSIC FESTIVAL 206 PATRONS The SHS Class of 1969 is pleased to count among its supporters the following patrons in the Centennial Issue of the Stotonian: GOLD PATRONS Data Processing Center Stoughton Auto Seat Covers My Friend Selectman Yaitanes Mrs. Rose Champa Payson Auto Parts Inc. Joseph J. Lanata Stoughton Variety A M Texaco Mr. Mrs. Joseph J. Blaizis Hub Stainless, Inc. Mr. Mrs. Richard Batchelder Best Wishes Class of 1969 Best Wishes for Happiness Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sperandio Samuel Katherine Pechonis Best Wishes Compliments of Roxies Mr. and Mrs. George M. Rist Mr. and Mrs. John J. Twomey Good Luck Grads Mr. Mrs. John Ceruti Lee ' s Beauty Salon Dykeman Electric E. M. Freedman Mr. Mrs. Nicholas Pechonis Lakewood Communications Best Wishes Class of " 69 " Good Luck to the Senior Class Dot Jim Turtlott SILVER PATRONS Best Wishes Class of 1969 To Slip — Who knows BUSINESS PATRONS Ed ' s Poultry Farm Engineering Systems Inc. Cobbs Corner Shell Cobbs Corner Atlantic Sam and John ' s Best Wishes Dr. Appleton C. Woodward Island Yarn Shop Jim Yaitanes Harry dayman Newberry ' s D. L. Converse Trucking Be Free State Cinema Crescent Alleys Canton Pizza B. A. Simeone Inc. Congratulations Class of 1969 Go get ' em Class of " 69 " Inland Controls, Inc. Frances T. Crimmins Co. Inc. Forrest Cleaners, Canton 207 PATRONS Regular Patrons Best Wishes and Luck to Class of " 69 " Mr. Mrs. William G. Hayward Mr. Mrs. William Homer Mike Barb Mr. Mrs. Chester Smith Pat Ed Congratulations Class of " 69 " Mr. Mrs. Roy S. Chrismer Mr. Mrs. George E. Corbett Mr. Mrs. Frank DeCapot Mr. Mrs. John P. Gillon Good Luck Class of " 69 " Mr. Mrs. Doucet John N. Linda M. Mr. Mrs. Alan Kates Mary DeAndrade Mr. Mrs. Howard Horvitz Mr. Mrs. Henry Hickey Mr. Mrs. George Murphy Mr. Mrs. Samuel Morganelli Best wishes Class of " 69 " Mr. Mrs. Robert M. Dubow Rick Linda Mr. Mrs. Frank Bunavicz John J. Korsun, Sr. The DeLillo Family The Bereynicks The Ellis Family H.R. A403 H.R. B203 H.R. B203 H.R. B204 H.R. B205 H.R. B206 H.R. 8208 H.R. B209 H.R. B210 H.R. D202 H.R. D204 H.R. D205 H.R. D207 H.R. D208 H.R. D209 H.R. D210 Homeroom D212 Leonard P. Blum Mrs. Barass Mr. McDermott Mr. A. J. Twomey The Pot Hi, From the Kid Charlie Rena Mr. Mrs. Norman Swanberg Bob Davis Face Redundant Mr. Mrs. Coleman Sheehan Mr. Mrs. H. A. Bullard Mr. Mrs. F. E. Maioli Miss H. Patricia Lombardi Mr. Fitzmaurice Mr. Mrs. David H. Eagles Mr. Mrs. James R. Flanagan Mr. Cabral Mr. Trevas Mr. Mrs. James J. McArdle Mr. Mrs. Robert J. Mooney Reverend Mrs. Harvey Soper, Jr. Mr. Mrs. F. Papsadore Mr. Mrs. Charles F. Maynard Mr. Walter Brook s Best Wishes to Class of " 69 " Dennis Judi Mr. Mrs. Bernard Steinberg Compliments of Bouchie Regina M. Cotter Mr. Mrs. A. B. Campbell Jerome Max Casanova Mr. Mrs. A. A. Godfrey Mrs. Alice McGonagle Best of Luck to Class of " 69 " The Wades Mr. Mrs. Allen C. Smith Mr. Mrs. Francis J. Abril Mr. Mrs. George Stuart Peter Anderson Funeral Home Good Luck Ray Linda Mr. Mrs. William McCarthy Mr. Mrs. M. J. Barley, Jr. Mr. Mrs. A. G. Whittaker The Sullivan Family The Dahlroos Family Mr. Mrs. Andrew Giacobbe The Fred Dimond Family Mr. Mrs. Edward F. Hall Mr. Mrs. Herbert Hern Betty Denison Mr. Mrs. James Boushell Mr. Mrs. H. R. Crawford Don-Dee Mr. Mrs. Walter G. Twetkow Mr. Mrs. Louis J. Dunham, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Ronald P. Lonergan Mr. Mrs. R. W. Lanigan Congratulations 100th Class Mr. Mrs. Edward Kelly Good Luck Class of " 69 " Paul Chris Best Wishes Mr. Mrs. William H. Lingley Mr. Mrs. V. Santarpio Joe Lorraine The Golden Chords George Mather Mr. Mrs. Henry Rist Mr. Mrs. Albert F. Ryan Mr. Mrs. John Hart Mr. Mrs. Charles Lynch Mr. Mrs. H. Kritzman Mr. Mrs. Ernest R. Robertson Mr. Mrs. John Ruscito Mr. Mrs. Fred Walker Good Luck from Kenya Donna Wayne Mr. Mrs. Arthur Zinnell Mr. Mrs. William Smith Shirley Bob Mr. Mrs. J. Siegfried Mr. Mrs. John F. Sheehan Mr. Mrs. Shea Alice McCarthy Janice Arnie Steven, Michelle and Michael The Syrek Family Sabina Compliments of a Friend Successful Future to Class of " 69 " May Your Mouse Roar Long and Loud SHAWMUT DIVISION OF THE DUPLAN CORPORATION 208 DEDICATION The importance of a Centennial lies not in the mere act of the celebra- tion of a hundredth anniversary. Shall we sit back and congratulate ourselves on being the hundredth class to graduate from Stoughton High School? We had nothing to do with it! The Centennial should not be just one mammoth birthday party. It should provide an opportunity to look at the past. It is also a reminder to us that we have an obligation to look to the future. We can look at the old pictures in this section and we can laugh at the funny hair styles and the strange clothes. Laugh, but then stop! Think . . . what else besides these nostalgic memories shall we retain from yesterday? There were differences other than strange styles be- tween our age and those which have preceded us. There were things worth retaining, and there were things that are just as well relegated to the memory section of a yearbook and nothing more. Which of these shall we choose? What shall we of today leave for tomorrow? What concerns us most today? Is it money or is it mankind? Will we leave an even more affluent society for tomorrow than was left to us? Will we leave an even more humane society than was left to us? Yesterday ' s record follows. It has led to today and its concerns. What is promised for tomorrow, none of us knows. We dedicate our Centennial Section with a fervent hope that we will concern ourselves with the worthwhile problems of today — that out of this concern will come a tomorrow with encouraging promise. FACULTY- 1938 Second Row: Mr. Burke, Miss Donovan, Mr. Knowles, Miss Sullivan, Mr. O ' Leary, Miss Lyons, Mr. Crosby. First Row: Miss Arnold, Miss Murphy, Miss Clark, Mr. Randall, Miss Task, Miss Winship, Miss Neily. 1854-1865 A Beginning Shrouded in Controversy 1854 State requires every town containing 500 families to maintain a high school. 1858 $800 appropriated for purpose of estab- lishing a high school. This school was to be kept six months in Stoughton Village (the Centre) and four months in East Stoughton (now Avon.) The opponents of the measure (most of whom refused to be taxed for such " nonsense " ) Mr. Arthur Penardi 1950 Dedication called a special meeting and the vote was rescinded. 1860 Friends of the proposed high school brought action before the Grand Jury in July. Even though the violation was obvious, the court chose to ignore the complaint. 1861 The advent of the national catastrophe stirred the emotions of Stoughtonites, and brought an end to controversy over the high school. The status quo was preserved through- out the Civil War. 1865 With the war over, additional pressure finally succeeded. The town appropriated $1500 for two schools: $900 for Centre, $600 for East Stoughton. A feeble attempt to re- scind was beaten down. In May, 1865, Stoughton High School first as- sembled with 24 pupils. F. F. Parker was first principal; the location was the old Drake School (then on Washington Street opposite School Street.) Miss Minnie Goeres 1946 Dedication Mr. Joseph J. Knowles 1945 Dedication 210 1865-1883 A move to Clapp School; Alumni form association. 1943 Dedication Mr. Frank V. Burke Miss Dorothy Arnold 1941 Dedication 1865 Course of Study: Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, naviga- tion and surveying, English grammar, English literature and rhetoric, physiol- ogy, chemistry, meteorology; natural, moral and intellectual philosophy; Caesar ' s Commentaries (four books) Virgil ' s Aeneid (six books), Cicero ' s Ora- tions against Cataline, Crosby ' s Greek Grammar, Xenophon ' s Anabasis (three books), Greek and Latin Composition. 1868 The first class graduated three from high school: Claude Wilson, Amelia M. Clifton, Abbie Anderson. 1869 F. F. Parker returned to the study o f medicine. Aaron Lovell assumed the high school responsibility. 1871 William H. White was high school principal. A new set of by-laws on truancy was enacted. 1872 The state passed a law regulating courses of study in attempt to standard- ize education. 873 A new combination high and ' grammar school was built on Walnut street. In 1880, it was named for town ' s benefactor, Lucius Clapp. J. B. Poole was principal, followed by W. G. Crosby. 1883 The Stoughton High School As- sociation was formed. President was Dr. W. O. Faxon; vice-president, E. A. Jones; treasurer, William Atherton; sec- retary, Azubah Capen; Executive com- mittee: Carrie Ballon, Charles W. Welch, D. H. Standish. Membership was highly regarded, sought after, and welcomed. It held first place in the social life of the town for 40 years. The high points in Stoughton were the association banquet in early fall and the Reunion Ball on the Friday evening following Thanksgiving. Mr. Peter R. Gerardi 1963 Dedication In Memoriam Mr. Frank E. Jaidin Class of 1969 Advisor (1951 Graduation Photo) 211 STUDENT COUNCIL- 195 1 First Row: Frederick Stanton, Peggy Dykeman, Jean McEachron, Arthur Donovan. Second Row: George Sarados, Nancy Chapman, Madelon Magee, Joan Kett, Barry Blake. Third Row: Robert Klim, Edward McGillivray. SEMAPHORE STAi 1 - 1926 First Row: Alexander Gogis, Shirley Morrill, Bertha Connors, Annie Howarth, Ralph Blake. Second Row: David Eraser, Gwendolyn Standish, May Green, Alberta Shaw, Gertrude Tate, Annie Laurie, Rosalie Tolman, Winfield Kimball. Third Row: Alice Dwyer, Florence Martin, Pauline Donovan, Marjorie Sullivan. 212 STAFF- 1938 Second Row: Mr. Burke, Miss Donovan, Mr. Knowles, Miss Sullivan, Mr. O ' Leary, Miss Lyons, Mr. Crosby. First Row: Miss Arnold, Miss Murphy, Miss Clark, Mr. Randall, Miss Task, Miss Winship, Miss Neily. 1885-1894 Lack of enrollment — particularly boys! 1885 Free textbooks introduced. 1890 New requirements were established for admission to High School. Three written exam- inations, one during each term of the ninth grade were required to enter high school. A report was published in the same year, deplor- ing the scarcity of young men in the high school. The high school had only 62 pupils. Only one student was graduated: Miss Jennie G. Carpenter. (This scarcity of male attendance at the high school was to continue for years. For example, in 1913, out of 16 graduates, 13 were girls and only 3 were boys.) 1891 A new era opened with a professional superintendent, and three towns (Stoughton, Sharon, Mansfield) sharing the costs. Edward P. Fitts was appointed as superintendent. 1891 The report of the new superintendent was critical. It revealed lack of fundamentals: language, spelling, arithmetic, were deficient; and history and geography were criticized as indefinite. 1891 School Committee voted tuition fee for out-of-town pupils. The rate was set at fifty ORCHESTRA- 1926 First Row: Angelo Penardi, John Dwyer, Jack Karp, Laban Morrill. Second Row: Max Green, Margaret Hilferty, Dorothea Cronin, Bertha Connors, Esther Kelle, Shirley Morrill, Maurice Greenberg. Third Row: Raymond Coan, Mark Karp, Arthur Kelley, Alice Infantine, Winfield Kimball, Webster Austin, Claude Darling, Sidney Kramer. 213 FOOTBALL- 1944 Third Row: R. Tobin, P. Mason, R. Goward, R. Kelleher, G. Caggiana, P. Catalano. Second Row: P. Harris, W. Grout, R. Blye, A. Dray, S. Weaver, I, Janock, P. Clark, J. Ezepeck, D. Kimtis, Mr. Burke. First Row: E. Struzziero, W. Lapworth, G. Dunn, W. Batte, A. Liftman, R. O ' Day, N. Mitchell, M. Johnson, R. Maynard, J. Souza, J. LaFrance. BOY ' S BASKETBALL- 1938 GIRLS ' BASKETBALL- 1937 First Row: J. Stonkus, W. Ferreira, Capt.; F. Crimmins. Second First Row: M. RiveUa, N. Wasilewich, A. Stanwood, I. TireUs, Row: F. C. Crosby, Coach; D. HamUton, A. Toomey, W. Rafalko, Captain; G. Tamulevich, B. Howland, K. KeU. Second Row: N. C. Porter, J. Neylon, Mgr. Kucinskis, Manager; L. Stockus, R. Cunningham, T. Perry, Miss 1. Murphy, Coach; D. Kell, M. Zumas, F. Russo, V. Casper, Assistant Manager. Third Row: D. Bercovitz, B. Roche, P. Nelson, .A. Wereska, H. Hinds, M. Elliott, E. Peterson. 214 FIELD HOCKEY- 1943 First Row: C. Duggan, N. Downs, A. Homer, G. Wade, E. Abreu, D. Benoit. Second Row: M. Pittsavage, K. Smith, Miss Pauline Todd, Coach; M. Connell, E. Harper. BASEBALL- 1941 First Row: H. Cohenno, R. Magee, F. McKay, E. Willis, E. Rafalko, R. Coward, J. O ' Hare. Second Row: Frank Burke, Coach; R. Pooler, H. BrickeU, T. Smyth, A. Porter, D. Botsch, R. Cohenno, R. Botsch. Third Row: G. McLean, E. Lucas, A. Urgotis, B. Kaitz, M. Kaitz, C. Carabatsos. 215 1896-1899 The new Clapp High School; football starts 1896 The high school building was destroyed by fire on January 7. It was a complete loss. The school moved to the Town Hall. On November 30, 1896, the new Clapp High School opened. It cost $14,521.01. Physical culture was added to the curriculum. The gymnasium was in the unfinished attic. There was no instructor for the boys; George Warwick, Jr., a senior, was the leader. The equipment consisted of horizontal bars, sets of dumb bells and Indian clubs, spring board, mats, chest weights. The first football team was organized. The results of the course adopted in 1890 met the approval of the State Board of Examiners. The school authorities were told that the system with a principal and two assistants was necessary to retain the rating. 1898 The high school increased sessions to 40 weeks. Arthur D. Arnold, M.A., was principal and taught Greek, Latin, and mathematics; Bertha S. Martin, B.S., taught Latin, French, and science; Anna L. Whitehead, M.E., taught English, elocution, and physical culture; Grace E. Southwarth was drawing instructor, and Elizabeth M. Cook, music. 1899 The principal, in his report, rejoiced at the record registra- tions. The number of pupils was now 137. 1 r- -riiiiiiif ' irtimirifr-r •ntgiMiiwig|- " " - -iraMr1 ' 1900-1910 Poor discipline in schools; Kimball High School! 1900 The School Committee recommended a new high school. The report claimed deterioration in scholarship in the lower grades be- cause of crowding. 1902 By this time, the schools were badly overcrowded. Discipline was impaired. There was even conversation about closing the school down because of inability to control the youngsters. A new school was built to relieve congestion, and was named for Henry C. Kim- ball, for years a member of the school committee and Superintend- ent of Schools. Kimball High School came into being when Stoughton ' s popula- tion was 5442. It had 19 (one- and two-room) schools housing 702 pupils. The school appropriation was 517,735 and the cost per capita $21.91. 1903 Kimball High School opened April 13, 1903. Louis G. Whit- ten was principal. 7905 The Ninth grade curriculum was revised to blend with high school courses. 1906 Principal H. R. Eaton demanded a well-defined course of study, claiming the elective system was outmoded and too burden- some. 1908 Teacher salary averaged $10 per week. The Superintendent asked for patience because of the depression. 1910 Student teachers from Bridgewater Normal School were in- troduced in teams of three with critic. The History of Stoughton was the initial lecture in a series of supplementary lectures on practical affairs related to town life. An attempt was made to introduce an industrial course. The plan was dropped: it was not regarded as feasible here. CLASS OF 1907 218 1912-1918 Football abolished; World War I 1912 New law passed for state assistance to any high school with agriculture departments of at least 15 students. Growth of the high school demanded use of the entire Kimball Building. 1915 The superintendency for three towns ended. Supt. Fitts resigned and Robert K. Bennett was appointed for Stoughton only. The gram- mar school was reduced to eight grades, and June 24 saw the last graduation of the old system ' s ninth grade. 1916 Sewing and mechanical drawing were introduced as regular subjects. A school savings bank started in November. In the fall, Principal Stimson Wyeth announced abolition of foot- ball to the school assembly. Took too much away from academics, he said, and besides, he had enough to do without coaching the team, a task he would have to assume since he was the only male on the faculty. The superintendent begged the community to provide a new high school. Overcrowding was serious. It was many years before the community responded. School gardens appeared on the scene as World War I loomed. 1917 Stimson Wyeth resigned to enlist in the Engineers. John B. Pugsley, principal, pointed to the course of study as extremely bur- densome. The electives increased in number every year. Credits for conduct toward graduation were eliminated, since society assumed pupils of high school age to be mature in that respect. CLASS OF 1913 219 CLASS OF 1920 220 1919-1928 The New High School On Pearl Street is Dedicated 1919 R. E. Pomeroy was principal, and Linville W. Robbins, super- intendent. The annual report stated, " The high school, whose for- tunes were at such a low ebb a few years ago, is now much more successful as the highest part of our educational system. " The enrollment was 224; girls numbered 123, and boys 101. There were nine teachers on the faculty. 1920 Principal Pomeroy pointed out that he hadn ' t lost his interest in athletics but his duties as principal were being hampered because he was asked to coach baseball and basketball. Student enrollment showed 60% in the commercial course, and 40% about equally divided between college, scientific, and general courses. 7922 Football was reinstated with Ralph Lehan as volunteer coach. The team played two and three times a week. It won 12 and lost 2 (to the Brockton Seconds) 1923 Dedication of the new high school (the present A Building) on the site of the former Bird property on Pearl Street took place on Saturday, September 8. Building and 21 acres cost $150,000. John W. Woods donated $10,000 for a playing field. 7925 Roy S. Haggard is principal. 7926 The Semaphore noted the 200th anniversary of the founding of the town of Stoughton with an historical document listing all graduates until that time. 221 222 1929-1949 Depression and War Worries; Guidance Introduced 1929 After several years of endeavor, the school committee voted to eliminate the shop department of the high school as inadequate and too costly. 1930 Warren B. Lyman is named as new superintendent. The ap- propriation for all schools was $112,322. A kindergarten was estab- lished. A junior high school (later named for Edwin A. Jones) was erected. Evening school was abolished in view of little interest. 1932 The kindergarten closed after two fruitful years. Hard times were at hand. Salaries and wages were reduced 10% because of the depression. 1933 The " little red schoolhouse " was on its way out, as the Atherton and Dry Pond Schools, both in rural areas, were closed. 1935 The school committee expressed its despair over the problems created by hard times and rising costs. The government aided through ERA and CWA projects. 1939 The decline in school population was noted in his annual report by Supt. Lyman. In 1930 there were 897 pupils in all schools; by 1930 the enrollment had dropped to 780. 1944 The annual report pointed to effects of war conditions on personnel, teacher loss, priorities. The minimum teachers salary was raised by the legislature from $850 to $1200. 1947 After 18 years, Warren Lyman resigned as superintendent of schools, warning of a crisis in education and almost total lack of interest by the people. 1948 Joseph Gibbons was appointed new superintendent of schools. The cost of operating the schools had risen to $195,981. 79- 9 The guidance program was initiated, with Aaron Fink as the Guidance Director. Increased school enrollment brought about adop- tion of double sessions. 25th REUNION-CLASS OF 1930 223 1952-1969 Double-sessions, Additions, and Cliampionsliips. 1952 The high school adopted a six-year plan embracing grades 7 to 12. Two wings (the present B Building) were added to the school. 1953 Howard R. Randall, who served 24 years (longest in school history) resigned as principal because of sickness. Aaron Fink was named as principal. The National Honor Society was inaugurated. 1954 The best football team in the history of Stoughton High School compiled a record of 8-0-0 under the coaching of Albert J. " Tuck " Twomey, Class of 1939. The record: Archbishop Williams 26-0. Coyle 33-7, Braintree 38-13, Abbington 32-14, North Attleboro 24-7, Walple 28-6, Dover, N.H., 19-7, Canton 13-0. 1955 Another new wing (C) added to the high school. 7959 Thomas J. Whalen assumes duties as principal. 1964 Graduates were still saddened at assassination of John F. Ken- nedy during senior year. Overcrowding saw half on the ninth grade remain in the new Junior High. 7965 Double session again. The ninth grade met in the afternoon; remainder finished school day at noon. 7966 The newest additions opened. The D and E wings featured an up-to-date science wing with greenhouse and an auditorium which brought a dormant drama program to life. 7967 Thomas Whalen moved to assistant superintendent; Dr. Peter J. Sperandio became 28th principal of Stoughton High School. The baseball team won the state Class B championship. 1968 Six students were finalists in the National Merit Scholarship competition; the basketball team lost in a double overtime in the Tech Tourney finals. 7969 A 232-page yearbook featured the centennial observation. REV. DR. A. ST. JOHN CHAMBRE Superintendent of Schools when Stoughton High was founded in 1865. HENRY C. KIMBALL School committeeman and Su- perintendent of Schools (Kim- ball High School was named after him) LUCIUS CLAPP Benefactor of Stoughton Schools (Clapp High School named after him) DR. W. O. FAXON Class of 1873 (First president of the Stoughton Association) The six men who, despite opposition, fought the fight to put Stoughton High into existence in the 1860 ' s Top: Nathaniel Wales, Jesse Holmes, Elisha Monk; Bottom, Luther S. Leach, James Atherton, Henry Jones. 224 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 23 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. 225 CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF ' 69! 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. We would be pleased to discuss with you at any time our opportunities available in retailing, both in our office and distribution center, as well as in the hundreds of shoe departments we operate Coast to Coast. Whatever your career decision, we extend to you our best wishes for your success. MORSE SHOE, INC. 555 Turnpike Street, Canton, Massachusetts 02021 226 Best Wishes Class of " 69 " BOB ' S FOODMART 289 Park St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Chet Cohenno, Photography DARLING SHOE SERVICE 147 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Roxie ' s Market TOWNE LYME BAKERY 12 Washington St. Canton, Mass. Compliments of MR. G ' S SUB SHOP AND CATERING SERVICE Ouellett Pharmacy Inc. 756 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-3400 Comb Clipper 299 Park St. (Rt. 27) Stoughton, Mass. From the Senior Girls of the B-floor Basement 344-6197 Dorothy-Jean ' s Bakery 419 Washington St. Stoughton, Massachusetts 344-3994 John J. Rogers Son Inc. 787 Washington St. Stoughton William J. Downey — Gen. Mgr. 1 Cut Curl 1 " The Modern Look " 1 Featuring Miss Jeanette, Miss Paula, Miss Bessy Birch Park Park Street Shopping Plaza Stoughton, Mass. 344-9926 Compliments of Norfolk County Trust Co. Compliments of Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc. 227 Compliments of WYMAN JEWELERS Certified Gemologist Wyman St. Stoughton CELIAM CONSTRUCTION, INC. General Contracting Builder 309 Court St. Dedham SWAN CLEANSER DYERS Cleaning — Dyeing 20 Freeman St. Tel: FI 4-3711 STOUGHTON POST 89, INC. AMERICAN LEGION COMPLIMENTS OF K€nDALL Elastic Web Division 228 Road Service Snow Plowing Park Street Service 1002 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. " From a Friend " Compliments of Joe ' s Shell Station MALCOLM ' S HOME BAKERY Wedding and Birthday Cakes A Sp ecialty Phone FI 4-3051 805 Washington Street, Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations from M M VARIETY STORE 100 Perry St. Stoughton BROWN ' S SUNOCO SERVICENTER General Auto Repairs 566 Washington St. Stoughton Best of Luck and Good Wishes Paul ' s Barber Shop Best Wishes PAGES VARIETY STORE Pearl St., Stoughton Compliments of INGRAM ' S JENNY STATION Compliments of Rist-Way Cleaners Dick Lashua LASHUA PORTABLE LIGHTING, INC. 594 Washington St., Stoughton, Mass. Phone Fleldbrook 4-3922 Best of Luck Joe ' s Barber Shop 446 Pearl St. Best to you all Bard ' s Hardware and Supply 7 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. Good Luck and Best Wishes from STOUGHTON DRUG COMPANY Eleanor and Paul Goulston Reg. Pharm. Best Wishes from Bonded Dodge Rt. 138 — Canton, Stoughton Compliments of Ahern and O ' Neil Inc. Jewelers — Opticians gifts — cards 229 Compliments of Rowland ' s T.V. Call " Earley " before it ' s too late T. F. Earley and Son Inc. 602 Park St. 344-3371 Stoughton, Mass. Fuel Oils Joe ' s Esso Service Station Inc. 452 Canton St. W. Stoughton, Mass. Route 27 Joe Fay, Manager Compliments of Continental Cleaners Larry Sausa James Wallace Compliments of Stoughton Diner Washington St. Stoughton 14 Wyman St. Gerard ' s Beauty Salon Stoughton, Mass. Ronald Hair Fashions 1100 Turnpike St. Canton, Mass. 828-4950 Compliments of Stoughton Cooperative Bank Best Wishes to the Class of " 68 " WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP 797A Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. CompUments of Glady ' s of Brockton 157 Main St. Brockton, Mass. 24 Automatic Candle Pin Lanes CANTON LANES, INC. 100 Washington St. Frank J. Cappuccino, Mgr. Canton, Mass. 02021 828-4954 Congratulations to the Class of 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Samnel Eager Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class of 1969 S. S. Garjian ' s Poultry Farm Lots of Luck Vic ' s Sport Shop 339 Washington St. Stoughton Compliments of McDonald ' s 418 Washington St. 230 Best Wishes From DOM JOE STAULA Plumbing Heating Congratulations to Class of 1969— from STOUGHTON TOOL AND DIE STOUGHTON CAR WASH " A Clean Car is Worth More " 472 Washington St. (Rt. 138), Stoughton Telephone 344-9813 STATE SPA Stoughton Square All Weather Coats By TWIN-KEE MFG. CO. Where Quality and Service is your Guarantee Phone 344-475 1 720 Park St. Stoughton SPORTSWORLD SKI CHALET Westgate Mall Brockton, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1969 SIMOND ' S CHEVROLET 287 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 828-4455, 344-4063 Congratulations to the Class of 1969 DYKEMAN ' S ELECTRIC 231 Compliments of CONNORS WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO., INC. 2239 Washington St. Canton, Mass. 828-0765 Compliments of A W Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 GIGI ' S On Route 138 TUXfDOl DRESS SUITS end MORNING SUITS FOR HIRE for All Occosion WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY MARKfYiS 184 Main St., Brockton Compliments of RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK 15 Pleasant St. Stoughton Good Luck Grads! PARSHLEY REALTY 68 1 Washington St. 344-2110 Sales — Rentals — Mortgages Appraisals ■ — Notary Public Compliments of QUALITY STEEL PRODUCTS, INC. Compliments of THE MATH DEPT. 232 Room periodical ■Room
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