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

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r 0 SaipTMjJVVN 70 1 Stoughtorimigh Schapl L Stoughton, Massachusetts Photograph) : Stiiari Daniels TABLE OF CONTENTS SENIORS 9 FACULTY 89 ACTIVITIES 109 SPORTS 129 UNDERCLASS 159 BUSINESS ADS 184 Art: Ellen " On a fair prospect some have looked. And felt, as I have heard them say, As if the moving time had been A thing as steadfast as the scene On which they gazed themselves away. " — William Wordsworth " Peter Bell " ALL BEGINS AND ENDS WITH TIME— THE ENDLESS ODYSSEY . . . — l.v.s. ' 70 3 " The destiny of mankind is not decided by material computation ... we learn . . . that something is going on in space and time, and beyond space and time, which . . . spells duty. " Winston Churchill ( 1 941 ) " Come what come may. Time and the hour run through the roughest day. " Wilham Shakespeare Macbeth 5 Mike Duffy, President; Diane Yaitanes, Vice-President: Gayle Webster. Secretary: Chip McLaughlin, Treasurer; Mr. Sarno, Advisor. CLASS OF 1970 Officers and Executive Committee Mr. Sarno Class Advisor For four years of encouragement, advice, cooperation, friendship, loyalty, and dedication, the Class of 1970 thanks you. . . . 10 SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COM M IT TEE— F o;; Janice King, Pamela Peduto, Virginia Delello, Deborah row: Andrea Badeau, Theresa DiNolo, Jean Mahoney. Anderson. Tliird row: Peter Brooks, Steven Jacobs, Barbara Kelleher, Nancy Spencer. Barbara Stewart. Sec- Thomas O ' Reilly, Timothy Crepeau, Mark Klim, Nelson Olid row: Diane Clifford, Patricia Gay, Susan Courteau, Dunham. SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Fro ; Clark, Janet Gay, Dianne Robertson, Kathleen Horn, row: Brenda Rock, Michelle Levy, Mary Guffy, Donna Perdigao, Paula Medeiros. Tliird row: Dale Maureen McLaughlin, Marjorie Abril, Joan Quadros, Bishop, William Kell, Peter Banis, William Lyons, Dorothy Wilkinson. Second row: Theresa Walsh, Eileen Charles Ahern, Joseph Curley, Gary Thomas, Richard McSweeney, Ruth Mc Carthy, Gayle Kundrot, Sandra Gilmartin. ] ] JANET E. ABRAMSON " Mona " . . . friendly, freckled, and funny . . . found with a certain boy . . . enjoys listening to Jimi Hendrix or cruising the drag . . . " " Hot Spook! " . . . green . . . " " Nev- er My Love " . . . remembers the sum- mer of ' 68 ... pet peeve — four-speeds . . . to be a medical assistant . . . MARJORIE A. ABRIL " Marg " . . . found with E.R., M.P. and M.M. . . . talking on the phone . . . " Ya, 1 bet! " ... football, purple and fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . ' " My Girl " ... pet peeve — broken promises . . . Marg — quiet, shy, and happy ... a future airline stewaidess . . . JEANNE ADDISON " Jeanne " . . . found down Joe ' s house and riding round in a ' 62 Chevy . . . " Right! " . . . blue . . . pet peeve — is school . . . " Never My Love " . . . likes to water ski ... wild, funny and happy . . . treasures Joe . . . would like to visit Eu- rope someday ... to be a hairdresser . . . CHARLES C. AHERN " Charlie " . . . " Unreal! " . . . remembers living at Blue Hills with Mark, Dave and Company . . . hockey and cross country . . . blue . . . dislikes people who quit . . . " Words " . . . Charlie — funny, athletic and friendly . . . STEPHEN J. AHERN " Steve " . . . found working at McDon- ald ' s ... " I get it! " . . . dislikes people who ask stup id questions . . . will never forget Chemistry II ... green, hockey and his car keys . . . Steve — quiet, tall and nearsighted ... a sure success . . . WILLIAM A. AHR " Bill " . . . found with a certain girl . . . getting caught skipping . . . pet pee e — girls with knee socks . . . remembers a certain party . . . " " WOW! " . . . blue . . . " Lay, Lady. Lay " . . . Bill — friendly and talkative ... to be happy . . . 12 ROBERT W. ALHOLM " Rob " . . . usually found working . . . remembers the armory . . . " Ya Know? " . . . pet peeve — white socks . . . skiing, football and baseball . . . blue . . . " Honky-Tonk Woman " . . . Rob — quiet, independent and studious (?)... to be a sure success in anything . . . DEBORAH E. ANDERSON " Debi " . . . found at home . . . remem- bers the winter of ' 67 . . . treasures a cer- tain telegram . . . " Heck! " . . . The House of the Rising Sun " . . . green . . . basketball and Softball ... pet peeve — people taking advantage of others . . . would like to help others . . . Debi — petite, smiling and un- derstanding . . . ELIZABETH Y. ALLEN " Liz " . . . blue . . . found in Penobscot, Maine . . . " Fudge! " . . . friendly, happy, and sincere . . . pet peeve — snobs and sneaks . . . " Ruby " . . . teaching Sunday school and working . . . treasures her cat . . . class spirit ... to visit Hawaii and become a teacher . . . DAVID R. ATKINSON " Dave " . . . found in a white chevy with blue fenders . . . quiet, friendly and open- minded . . . remembers those free long distance phone calls from the cafe . . . " Can ' t Find My Way Home " . . . blue . . . pet peeve — people who always ask " Why? " . . . Dave — a future psychologist 13 ALAN B. AMES " Big Al " . . . found on the tennis courts or at McDonald ' s . . . treasures his friends . . . dislikes people who think they are better than others . . . shifty eyes . . . " I Can ' t Find the Time To Tell You " . . . Al — alert and handstmie . . . would like to ct)ntribute hamiony. benevo lence and brotherly love to society . . . ERROL W. AUSTIN " Errol " . . . found with Freddy, Paul and John . . . remembers the Christmas Dance of ' 68 . . . football, track, and wa- terskiing . . . " That ' s life! " . . . blue . . . " Tiny Bubbles " . . . Errol— friendly, understanding and hard-working ... to be happy . . . ANDREA L. BADEAU " Andi " . . . found with a certain Brock- ton boy . . . " Right! " . . . fond memories of the summer of ' 69 ... " It ' s Getting Better " . . . orange ... art ... dishkes L ' ltra-Brite commercials . . . favorite fiwd — " Whoppers " . . . Andi — talkative, friendly and a bit cr;i ' ... to be happ . . . PETER E. BANIS " Pete " . . . found with Butch, Larr y, and Phil . . . " Hi, pal! " . . . remembers having Mr. Vogel for Algebra II . . . pet peeve — sprints and agility drills . . . watching the Boston Bruins . . . blue . . . hockey and football . . . " Season of the Witch " . . . Pete — sarcastic, sportsminded and unreal . . . headed for college . . . RICHARD L. BAGLOLE " Rick " . . . found at Grossman ' s . . . remembers Mr. McCarthy ' s history class . . . dislikes lab reports . . . hockey and skiing . . . blue . . . " Cherish " . . . " Right! " . . . Rick is easy-going, likeable and friendly ... a future Industrial Arts teacher . . . AMY G. BARNARD " Amy " . . . found driving kids around . . . " That ' s no bargain! " . . . dislikes people who criticize her driving . . . Edaville ' 69 . . . eating and listening to music . . . thoughtful . . . treasures Soul Dog and her black hat . . . " Don ' t Think Twice " . . . Amy ' s ambition is to achieve Om . . . PAUL E. BANIS " Paul " . . . found under a car . . . remem- bers breaking a desk in half . . . " Tell me about it " . . . blue . . . drag-racing ... pet peeve — Fords . . . " Mr. Moulton Come Home " . . . ambitious, suave, determined . . . treasures his car . . . leaves S.H.S. his money . . . would like to visit the moon WILLIAM A. BATTE " Butch " ... found with Lariy and Pete . . . " You joker! " . . . remembers P-Town . . . hockey, skating and his license . . . " Sugar. Sugar " . . . blue . . . unpredict- able, mischievous and usually fooling around . . . Butch hopes to go to college 14 ROBERT F. BEAN " Beans " . . . found almost anywhere . . . sleeping in homeroom . . . blue . . . hockey . . . treasures b.c.d. . . . Bob — lazy, calm and quiet ... to be happy . . . DIANE M. BEDDIA " Diane " . . . silly, happy, truthful . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . found at 31 Porter Terrace . . . " Definite- ly! " . . . blue, skiing, and GRDC ... pet peeve — snobs . . . Mount Sunapee . . . her boots ... in the future Diane plans to become a secretary . . . ANNE BENJAMIN " Benj " . . . friendly, active, impatient . . . " Night in the City " . . . remembers Geri ' s frogs in the cafe . . . " Oyeeee! " . . . skiing and acting . . . found in E205 or m Dux- bury . . . dislikes phone bills and patience . . . limpid larynx . . . Anne ' s contribution to society as a nurse . . . JAMES A. BEAUCAIRE " Jim " . . . cooperative and understanding . . . found in his car . . . summer of ' 68 . . . blue, driving and hockey . . . would like to visit New Caledonia (?)... a fu- ture airplane mechanic . . . Jim will trea- sure his diploma — when he gets it . . . JAMES R. BERRY " Jim " . . . sarcastic, cool and kind of dumb . . . can be found anywhere he ' s not supposed to be . . . " To Love Some- bcxly " . . . eating, tried clams and Gold- en Grass . . . memories of our Junior Skip Day . . . treasures his license . . . Jim plans to visit Canada (?) and remain single . . . 15 JANE E. BERTRAND " Jane " . . . quiet, talented and unique . . . usually found at work . . . " Yah! Right! " . . . horseback riding, sewing, and tennis . . . dislikes getting up early in the morn- ing . . . remembers her first motorcycle ride and S.H.S. ... to contribute her talent to society . . . TERESA A. BICKFORD " Terry " . . . " How are ya guys? " . . . summers in Hyannis . . . brown and orange . . . sewing and writing letters . . . found anywhere . . . " Hello, It ' s Me " . . . ' 69 Girls ' Tech Tourney . . . unpredict- able and carefree . . . hopes to make others happy ... a future Physical Edu- cation teacher . . . DALE A. BISHOP " Dale " . . . athletic, friendly, and crazy ... can be found with a certain girl . . . green . . . eating, sleeping and baseball . . . will always remember the Junior Prom . . . pet peeve — white socks . . . " Cherish " . . . " Ya right! " . . . Dale wants to be happy . . . MELANIF A. BLANCHARD " Mel " . . . happy and carefree . . . found with that certain boy . . . " Ya know " . . . will never forget the summer of ' 69 ... navy and brown . . . pet peeve — two- faced people . . . " Smile a Little Smile " . . . plans to be a secretary . . . TRISTAN E. BLAKE " Tris " . . . quiet and funny . . . " Oh yeah " . . . black . . . pet peeve — Stoughton High . . . " Hey Jude " . . . basketball . . . Australia . . . unique . . . LEE A. BOWYER " Lee " . . . pretty, blonde, blue-eyed . . . " You hot ticket " . . . dislikes snobs . . . blue, horseback riding, gymnastics . . . found at Hanson . . . never will forget a day at M.M.H.S. ... " Echo Park " ... treasures a certain Ford . . . would like to contribute peace to society . . . 16 PETER C. BROOKS " Pete " . . . tall, thin and freckle-faced . . . found working or trying to play sports . . . " Aye! " . . . hockey and blue . . . " Easy To Be Hard " . . . treasures his li- cense . . . would like to visit Sweet Grass Mountain in the future . . . CHRISTINE A. BUNN " Fingers " . . . found in Brockton . . . blue ... " I doubt it " . . . pet peeve — ' 64 red Comet . . . summer of ' 68 ... remembers seeing Orpheus in person . . . Jimi Hen- drix and Led Zepplin . . . contribution to S.H.S. — showing up on the first day of school . . . DAVID J. BURNIE " Dave " . . . big, friendly, happy . . . " What ' s the story here? " , . . blue, foot- ball, weight lifting, and girls ... pet peeve — left knee . . . memories of the Prudential Center ' 67, ' 68 ... " Brown- Eyed Girl " . . . treasures his wheels . . . would like to visit an all girls school . . . ambition to play football again . . . BRADFORD R. BURNS " Mouse " ... at the park . . . weekend trips . . . " Where Do You Get Off?!! " . . . blue . . . " Can ' t Find The Time " . . . would like to visit Alice ' s Restaurant . . . happy, friendly and mischievous . . . would like to contribute the first navel transplant to society . . . pet peeve — girls who think they ' re nice . . . Brad — a fu- ture disc jockey . . . MANUEL J. CACHOPA " Manny " . . . silent and strong . . . " What ya say? " . . . black, football, weight-lifting . . . dislikes sprints . . . " Time Has Come Today " . . . never will forget the ' 68 Oliver Ames Football Rally . . . would like to contribute his sock to societv ... U-812 .., 17 MICHAEL B. CALLAHAN " Mike " . . . found at Heather s . . . " Be serious " . . . blue, baseball, hockey, skiing . . . " Hurt So Bad " . . . hates homework . . . won ' t forget playing baseball for S.H.S. . . . would like to visit Europe . . . treasures his baseball bat with the hole in it ... funloving, curious and sports minded . . . Mike hopes to own a sport- ing goods store . . . PATIA CAMPBELL " Patty " . . . found on Beacon Hill or in Cambridge . . . remembers summer ' 69 and the Mothers of Invention . . . peace- ful, uninhibited and free . . . pet peeve — short hair . . . enjoys music and WBCN . . . hopes to live in a commune . . . Patty will contribute unique ideas to Society PATRICIA A. CALLAHAN " Pat " . . . found with Chip . . . pink . . . pet peeve — ignorant people . . . " Ya know! " . . . bowling and eating . . . remembers Christmas Dance of ' 67 . . . working at D.J. ' s . . . treasures her dia- mond . . . Hawaii . . . contribution to S.H.S. — her attendance ... to be a hairdresser . . . MARY J. CANAVAN " Mary " . . . warm, candid and a little scatter-brain . . . found in the " Drama Room " . . . dimples and a sparkling smile . . . dislikes zebras in pink socks . . . read- ing, swimming and writing . . . " Home- ward Bound " . . . would like to visit At- lantis ... a sure success as an English teacher and a person . . . WILLIAM A. CAMPANARIO " Bill " . . . found riding around . . . " For- get it! " . . . pet peeve — homework . . . football and sleeping . . . most memo- rable experience was getting promoted . . . blue . . . treasures his school books (?)... RICHARD J. CANAVAN " Snitch " . . . blue . . . " And When I Die " . . . found at the library . . . " Seriously! " . . . will always remember the S.H.S. pa- tio ... pet peeve — is the class of ' 70 (?) . . . would like to visit Plainville . . . Snitch hopes to contribute his body to society — but will they take it? . . . 18 GARY L. CAPOZZOLI " Capa " . . . " Oh Yeah! " . . . summer of ' 69 ... " Light My Fire " . . . hanging around . . . cars, skating, football . . . would like to visit California . . . pet peeve — a certain English teacher . . . Gary — crazy and unusual . . . JEANNE M. CAVANAUGH " Jeanne " . . . quiet and friendly . . . memo- ries of the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . football, skiing and horseback riding . . . " Can ' t Fmd The Time " . . . can be found at Ciystal Cleaners . . . California ... a certain boy . . . ROBERT F. CARRARA " Bob " ... found at 195 Cross St. ... remembers George ' s party . . . brown . . . " This Boy " . . . drum corps . . . skiing and swimming . . . artistic, crazy, con- fused . . . would like to visit Miami . . . Bob contributes his sideburns to S.H.S. . . . pet peeve — irrational adults . . . CHRISTOPHER R, CLANCY " Chris " . . . listening to records, blue, Chinese food and stealing signs . . . " For- get the past, look to the future " . . . " Baby, It ' s You " . . . creative, sensitive and quiet . . . would like to contribute an understanding between people ... to at- tend college . . . 19 DIANE M. CATALANO " Di " . . . found in Norwood . . . " That ' s life " . . . green . . . tobogganing and skat- ing . . . " Sweet Caroline " . . . pet peeve — cars . . . horseback riding . . . would like to visit Rome . . . Diane — perky, forget- ful and talkative . . . sure to be happy . . . SANDRA E. CLARK " Sandy " . . . " Say guys " . . . hockey . . . cranberry . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . Prudential Center . . . contri- butes her smile to S.H.S. . . . DIANE M. CLEARY " Diane " . . . found at Swan Cleaners . . . " Oh, come on! " . . . Listening to music . . . " Smile a Little Smile " . . . blue . . . basketball . . . talkative, funny, and friendly . . . Diane contributes her laugh to S.H.S. ... to be a future secretary . . . dislikes to be criticized . . . JAMES H. COLEMAN " Jim " . . . found in the refrigerator . . . " Like wow! " . . . pet peeve — English teachers . . . blue . . . " Something " . . . treasures his drums . . . stamps, sports, basketball . . . memories of a certain inci- dent in English ' 67 . . . Israel . . . plans to become a nuclear physicist . . . DIANE L. CLIFFORD " Diane " . . . usually found at home . . . blue . . . " Society ' s Child " . . . listening to the radio . . . baseball . . . quiet and shy . . . Diane would like to visit Hawaii . . . dislikes conceited people . . . CHRISTINE S. CONNOLLY " Chris " . . . found with A-DC . . . " Oh, ish! " . . . pet peeve — Minnesota . . . green . . . remembers summer of ' 69 ... " Get Together " . . . treasures her T.G. poster . . . Mexico . . . Chris — always smiling and a friend to everyone . . . plans to teach and be happy . . . 20 DONNA-MARIE COFFEY " Don " . . . can be found at the B.P.M. . . . " Where is Lou? " . . . " It ' s Not Unusu- al " . . . blue . . . stereotapes, and sewing . . . dislikes waiting for buses on cold days . . . quiet and friendly . . . plans to go into dental technology . . . JAMES J. CONNOLLY " Jim " . . . found on the track . . . " Yeah, right! " . . . green, track and California . . . " In— a Gadda— Da— Vida " . . . dis- likes losing at anything . . . Jim— tall, athletic, and independent . . . DEBORAH A. CONRAD " Debbie " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " Big deal! " . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . blue ... a certain boy . . . swimming, majorettes, gymnastics . . . would like to visit Europe in the future . . . friendly, cute and happy . . . dislikes insincere people . . . hopes to be successful . . . MICHAEL D. CORCORAN " Corky " . . . Short, fast and witty . . . can be found in Walpole . . . blue, drags, and his car . . . will always remember the football games . . . " Ya! " . . . pet peeve — homework . . . would like to help contri- bute a society without taxes . . . PHILIP A. CO OPER " Flip " . . . " Ya right! " . . . green . . . remembers the hockey team ' s first win . . . " Never My Love " . . . hunting, fishing, archery, hockey . . . short and quiet . . . would like to live in Vermont . . . pet peeve — the school committee . . . PATRICIA L. COSTELLO " Pat " . . . found in a green " 68 Dodge with Lynda . . . " You bean bag! " . . . purple . . . " God Bless the Child " . . . siiiling and skiing . . . ambitious, nutty and ambiguous . . . would like to visit Vemu)nl at Christmas time . . . rememheis getting her license ... a future lab technician . . . 21 ANN L. COPLEY " Ann " . . . found with good friends . . . " Obviously " . . . pet peeve — those little green books . . . " Zxirha ' s Dance " . . . remembers snowplowing down the big blue slope . . . contributes Cicero and a lot of left-overs to S.H.S. . . . Ann — con- sistently variable . . . wants to live and let live . . . SUSAN A. COURTEAU " Sue " . . . found driving a ' 56 Woody . . . " I love it! " . . . blue . . . " " Solitai-y Man " . . . barn parties . . . football . . . memories of Falmouth ... pet peeve — Pam ' s driving . . . happy, carefree, friendly . . . would like to visit California ... to be a secre- tary . . . 5 TIMOTHY C. CREPEAU " Toad " . . . found at Dip Sip ... " How ya been? " . . . treasures his feet (?) . . . blue, baseball and meeting people . . . pet peeve — first-year teachers . . . Timi contributes a fun-loving point of view . . . BRAD W. CRAIG " Brad " ... " I doubt it " . . . pet peeve — small kids smoking . . . hunting . . . remembers our Sophomore sit-dt)wn strike . . . water-skiing . . . treasures his car and license . . . KATHERINE M. CRONIN " Kathy " . . . found with her friends . . . " Oh really? " . . . remembers coming to S.H.S. in ' 68 . . . blue, reading and swim- ming . . . dislikes pretentious people . . . an intelligent and conservative girl . . . Kathy hopes to teach children how to learn . . . WYLIE P. CRONK " Wylie " . . . usually found at Cachopa ' s . . . ' " wicked neat! " . . , blue, ftxnball and working on cars . . . dislikes freshmen . . . an easygoing and friendly individual . . . SUSAN M. CROCKER " Sue " . . . found at home or at the Ar- mory . . . remembers civics and the U.N. . . . " Good Grief! " . . . dancing, singing, and playing the guitar . . . would like to visit London ... a shy. quiet and easy- going girl . . . Sue ' s contribution to so- ciety is a fine secretary . . . ALAN M. CROSBY " Face " . . . found on Onion Hill . . . " Forget it! " . . . remembers the summer of ' 68 ... blue, football and telling stories . . . pet peeve — dumb linemen . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . hopes to be ha ppy no matter what . . . 22 FLORENCE A. CROWLEY " Flo " . . . found telling jokes . . . " Right! " . . . remembers losing her skirt on the way to Sunday school (?) ... green, dancing and swimming . . . old pictures and a future trip to Hawaii . . . funny and friendly . . . Flo wishes to contribute her freckles to society . . . JOHN F. CURRY " Jack " . . . treasures his license and golf clubs . . . will never forget Hockomock Golf Championship . . . plans to visit " Utopia " . . . found taking it easy . . . Jack — veiy ambitious and deteimined . . . ROBERT A. CUGNO " Cug " . . . found at Cobbs . . . green . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . " Easy to be Hard " . . . football . . . enjoys his Fal- a)n, when it leaves another car behind ... a certain girl . . . dislikes last hour study . . . hopes to visit Italy someday . . . Bob — a future physical education teacher . . . P MARY A. DALEY " Mary " . . . gay, sincere, friendly ... pet peeve — conceited people ... " I don ' t know " . . . found in Tom ' s car . . . yellow . . . " Midnight Confessions " . . . treasures her dragon ring . . . Maiy passes time reading and sewing . . . 23 JOSEPH M. CURLEY " Joe " . . . remembers talking to Day Tripper ... " ll-E-7 and Mr. P. " ... green . . . football . . . pet peeve — J. " Duke " Rocci . . . Hendrix ' s " Fire " . . . Joe is reverent, introverted, and respect- ful .. . wants to visit a hall-hearing fac- tory in Diisseldorf? . . . contributes ad- vanced research in the classical arts to S.H.S. ... DEBRA A. DALY " Deb " . . . talkative, gullible, and like- able . . . found out of Stoughton . . . remembers hitting the police car on Main Street . . . blue ... pet peeve — frizzy hair . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . most treasured posses- sion — her license . . . DAVID E. DANA " Dave " . . . " Great Caesar ' s Ghost! " . . . found working at Jordan Marsh . . . blue, basketball and Sweden (if he ' s 1-A) ... remembers performing an acid-base titra- tion . . . intelligent and modest ... to contribute his vast resources of knowl- edge to our world . . . TERESA W. DEAN " Turl " . . . found boy watching or at Mary ' s house . . . red, eating, and drink- ing . . . " You ' ll get over it! " . . . pet peeve — the Guff . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . would like to visit Mid- dleboro . . . Turl — synonomous with fun . . . hopes to contribute her brain to soci- ety .. . STUART A. DANIELS " Stu " . . . working hard . . . remembers getting soaked at Canton in ' 67 . . . " Hey " . . . dislikes people who don ' t fol- low orders . . . photography, music and Revolution 9 . . . has contributed fine photos and friendship to S.H.S. . . . MARY T. DeANDRADE " Terry " . . . will always remember the ' 69 Senior Reception . . . yellow Ca- maro ' s . . . " These Eyes " ... " I don ' t know " . . . dislikes rain . . . Terry — friendly, quiet and sincere ... a future airline stewardess . . . CHARLENE DAVIS " Red " . . . found cruising in the " Bomb " or with Skez . . . " Hey " . . . always remember April ' 69 . . . leaves her school rea)rd to S.H.S. ... Charlene — funny, freckled and very happy with life . . . DONNA M. DeCOSTA " Donna " . . . found at the drive-in . . . " Hot Shot! " . . . blue, swimming, dancing and baseball . . . " Honey " . . . enjoys ha - ing been a pai t of the class of 70 . . . dislikes put-ons . . . treasures a ticket stub . . . siunmer of ' M ... [Donnii — helpfiil. ti iendl and happ . . . 24 VIRGINIA C. DELLELO " Ginny " . . . found in Brockton with a special boy . . . yellow . . . pet peeves — are insincere people and waiting . . . " Oh, be serious! " . . . dancing and ma- jorettes . . . memories of Brockton Senior Prom . . . crazy, fun loving and happy . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . DIANE E. DeSISTO " Shorty " . . . found in Boston . . . " Darn it! " . . . swimming, painting and brown . . . dislikes homework . . . " I ' m Never Gonna Fall In Love Again " . . . Diane — a funny, unusual and tiny person . . . m ■ DEBORAH A. DEIVIPSEY " Debbie " . . . usually found driving her Chevy Malibu (!) ... " Come on! " . . . green, music, baseball and performing . . . her driver ' s license . . . hopes to visit Ireland . . . funloving, outgoing and full of spirit ... a future in music . . . mmkhS jii ' ii iitli BURNES DeVAUGHN " Burnie " . . . found in the gym coaching freshmen or in the cafeteria peddling newspapers . . . will never forget the Tech Tourney overtime final . . . popular and pleasant ... he will always be our own Ail-American . . . 25 MARIE A. DeROSA " Marie " . . . " Oh yea! " . . . likes pizza, blue and " Hey Girl " . . . remembers Senior Reception ' 69 ... dislikes the army and mean people . . . would like to visit Italy . . . friendly, understanding and happy . . . RONALD B. DIGANGI " Buck " . . . found at Stop Shop or playing the drums . . . " Pardon me! " . . . remembers the petition in freshman year and playmg at the Spaghetti Supper . . . Ronnie — humorous and good-looking . . . plans to visit Viet Nam " like everybody else " ... a future draftsman . . . TERESA A. DiNOLO " Terri " . . . found with B., T., J., and D. . . . " 60-12 " . . . yellow and summers at the Cape . . . dislikes vegetables and crazy drivers . . . basketball and skiing most treasured possession is B.R.E.J.C.K. . . . would like to visit Swit- zerland and the Sphinx at Al Jizah . . . crazy and lively . . . plans to go to col- lege . . . DONNA M. DI RUSSO " Donna " . . . with T., B., and J. . . . " a whole big bunch! " . . . purple, P-town, and cheering . . . dislikes people without school spirit . . . " My Girl " . . . talkative . . . has contributed an occupied seat to S.H.S. . . . hopes to major in Home Eco- nomics . . . KATHLEEN A. DOHERTY " Kathy " . . . remembers Big B ' s party . . . blue . . . football . . . dislikes slow-moving people . . . scrap-books . . . " Ya know " . . . treasures her life . . . would hke to visit Europe ... to society — a smile . . . JOHN J. DOMINICK " John " . . . found in a green van . . . " Say Beautiful " . . . crazy and quiet . . . has helped S.H.S. by bringing the gang in his van . . . remembers Blue Hills Drive-in . . . black, skiing and music . . . to become a bus driver or girl-watcher MICHAEL W. DOYLE " Mike " . . . blue ... a night in Medway . . . pet peeve — short hair . . . " Time Has Come Today " . . . found with Dave and Duck . . . says he ' s lazy, strong? and crazy . . . Mike ' s contribution to S.H.S. is his referrals ... an honest kid ... LAURA L. DR.AGUNAS " Laurie " . . . found anvwhere . . . quiet . . . " Really? " . . . remembers being pulled into the boys gym . . . " ou Made Me So Very Happy " . . . purple and Italian food . . . would like to visit California ... a future secretary . . . 26 MICHAEL L. DUFFY •Duft " . . . listening to WBCN, fcxnball, and basketball . . . " What a down! " . . . our class president . . . warm, lukewarm, and cold . . . " Urge For Going " ... pet peeve — a certain history teacher . . . trea- sures his varsity rat . . . most memorable experience is leaving S.H.S. ... to visit anywhere outside of Stoughton . . . WARREN E. DUPONT, JR. " Warren " . . . found at home . . . gold and red . . . hunting, guns, and shooting . . . treasures his rifle . . . would like to visit Paris . . . STEPHEN A. DUGAS " Steve " . . . found working at Roxie ' s . . . quiet, friendly, and serious . . . " What are you, crazy? " . . . remembers Algebra II with Mr. Vogel . . . hockey . . . " Light My Fire " . . . pet peeve — studies in the oaf and large group . . . treasures his li- cense . . . would like to visit the moon . . . DAVID M. DURGIN " David " . . . found at the park . . . memo- ries of Canton riots . . . " All Along the Watchtower " ... pet peeve — getting up in the morning . . . football . . . would like to help put an end to the war . . . Dave — honest and modest . . . NELSON F. DUNHAM " Nelly " . . . basketball, wrestling, and green . . . found everywhere . . . " Que pasa? " . . . dislikes phonies . . . Cape Cod — summer of ' 69 ... intelligent, hu- morous, fun-loving . . . would like to visit the world . . . contribution to society — common sense . . . JOSEPH F. DWYER " Joe " . . . " That ' s cool " . . . remembers the Canton riot . . . music . . . hockey . . . purple . . . smart, friendly, frank . . . " Can t Find The Time " . . . treasures money . . . would like to visit California . . . found at the Park ... to society — his mind . . . 27 ROBERT W. DYKE " Motorscooter " . . . found downtown . . . blue . . . girls . . . football . . . " What do ya say Martin? " . . . remembers running a cop off the road . . . dislikes girls in miniskirts? . . . " Let It All Hang Out " . . . uptight, out of sight . . . would like to visit Alice ' s Restaurant? . . . contributes his shoe to society . . . RICHARD W. EAGLES " Dick " ... a warm friend . . . found in E-205 . . . remembers " Bad Seed " . . . blue . . . Thespian Society and football . . . to visit Hawaii . . . unbelievably real, nutty, and lovable . . . would like to teach retarded children . . . KATHLEEN A. ESCHER " Kathy " . . . happy and uncomplicated . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . blue . . . football and basketball . . . treasures her friendship ring . . . " You ' re out of your tree! " . . . would like to visit Europe . . . " Light My Fire " . . . hopes to marry . . . to be an artist . . . DENISE L. ENTNER " Doo " . . . found in the First National parking lot with M., P.. D., and K. . . . remembers the summer of ' 69 ... blue . . . " 1 almost care! " . . . pet peeve — bor- ing weekends . . . treasures her license . . . hopes to be happy . . . MELODY C. FAHEY " Mel " . . . found in a ' 61 Chevy . . . " Right " . . . football . . . light blue ... pet peeves — hypocrites and snobs . , . " Sugar, Sugar " . . . treasures her hope chest . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . Melod hopes to contribute inoic happiness to society . . . CORINNE M. FARRELL " Corrie " . . . found riding around with Bonnie . . . blue . . . " It ' s up to you " . . . skiing and rides to the Cape . . . " Never My Love " . . . would like to visit Califor- nia . . . will contribute to society as a Li- censed Practical Nurse . . . 28 WILLIAM P. FEENEY " Bill " . . . tall, quiet, and friendly . . . found running the track . . . " Don ' t worry, I ' ll have time " . . . swimming, camping, and cross country . . . blue . . . memories of summer days ... to see the world and contribute anything to society but taxes . . . MADELYN D. FENTON " Mai " . . . found at home or on Charles Ave. . . . artistic, friendly, and sincere . . . pet peeve — summer ' s end and getting up early . . . sketching, driving, and reading . . . horseback riding . . . " Try a Little Tenderness " ... " I don ' t believe it! " . . . sure to succeed as an artist . . . ROBERT V. FEZIO " Fez " . . . found at the games . . . " Say ya doin ' " ... orange . . . football . . . " In the Year 2525 " . . . dislikes teachers who call him " Mr. Fezio " . . . Bob has kept up the good old name of Stoughton High ... to go to college . . . RUSSELL J. FICHERA " Russ " . . . found at 219 School Street . . . " Midnight Confessions " . . . sight seeing with Manny and Joe . . . listening to Kenny ' s Maxi ' s and Mini ' s . . . black . . . contribution to S.H.S. was the dis- covery of a new room with Rick . . . swashbuckly and lank ... to visit a ball bearing factoiy in Diissckiorf . . . JEAN F. FINNERTY " Finn " . . . happy, gullible, and friendly . . . found having fun . . . yellow . . . Chi- nese food . . . laughing . . . " The Great Pretender " ... " I don ' t believe it! " . . . pet peeve — phony people ... to visit Ber- muda ... a future dental assistant . . . 29 MICHAEL FISHER " Mike " . . . usually hard to find . . . tall, blonde, and quick-tempered . . . " Born To Be Wild " . . . black . . . pet peeve — school . . . stock car racing . . . RICHARD W. FITZGERALD " Fitz " . . . brown . . . found at the First National . . . hockey . . . " Hurt so Bad " . . . memories of Enghsh IV ... " Un- real! " . . . pet peeve — skating drills . . . his ' 64 Ford Fairlane ... to visit the moon . . . RAYMOND FLAHERTY " Ray " . . . found uptown or at the park . . . pet peeve — science . . . baseball . . . treasures his money . . . memories of the Canton riot . . . RICHARD M. FITZPATRICK " Fitz " . . . found at Onion Hill . . . navy blue . . . pet peeves — are busy telephones and K.G. . . . hanging and surfing . . . " Yes, I realize that! " . . . basketball and football . . . " Can ' t Find The Time To Tell You " . . . Fitz — impulsive, moody, argumentative . . . STEPHEN D. FOSTER " Steve " . . . find him downtown . . . " You wish it " . . . memories of Sopho- more IVlath class . . . dislikes Math, homework, and hippies . . . spaghetti . . . watching girls . . . " Crimson and Clover " . . . football . . . quiet, shy and never has much to say . . . would like to visit Spain . . . to be a carpenter . . . ANN FLAHERTY " Ann " . . . friendly and short . . . her gui- tar ... " You ' re mental! " . . . blue . . . remembers going to Horseneck one day . . . " Baby Let ' s Wait " ... the Softball team . . . would like to visit Ireland . . . Arm plans to become a nurse . . . STEPHEN G. FOSTER " Festa " . . . understanding, talkative, and well-liked . . . found at Keams ' . . . foot- ball, girls and more girls . . . feels he has given everything and nothing to S.H.S. (?) ... memories of the party at Wood ' s . . . pet peeve — this school ' s administra- tion ... to contribute his inner thoughts to society . . . 30 LOUISE N. FREDERICKSEN " Freddy " . . . horseback riding, origami, and writing . . . has given a lot of time to S.H.S. . . . unique and inquisitive . . . treasures hfe . . . Mr. C, Mr. B. and J.L. . . . Freddy wants to contribute something monumental to society . . . NAOMI M. FREITAS " Nay " . . . found in a blue Olds . . . brown . . . " Really " . . . swimming and soccer . . . pet peeve — conceited boys . . . quiet, sincere, and ambitious . . . " I ' ll Never Fall in Love Again " ... to visit Brazil . . . memories . . . future contribu- tion to society as a Home Ec. teacher . . . CATHERINE B. GALLAGHER " Cathy " . . . green . . . remembers visiting Ireland . . . " That ' s right! " . . . usually found at the B.P.M. . . . friendly, ambi- tious, and always late . . . pet peeve — learning vocabulary words . . . would like to contribute happiness, peace, and a smile to society ... a prospective career in teaching for Cathy . . . ROBERT K. GAMBRAZZIO " Bob " . . . found at Nantasket . . . pet peeve — school . . . red . . . " Shucks! " . . . riding in a car and baseball . . . likeable and friendly . . . " Smile a Little Smile for Me, Rose Marie " . . . treasures his car ... to visit California . . . ELAINE M. GAMBRAZZIO " Elaine " . . . blue . . . " Never my Love " . . . pet peeve — frustrated teachers . . . en- joys going out and having a good time . . . " Oh, really? " . . . has contributed her presence to S.H.S. ... to visit Europe . . . JOANNE C. GAUDET " Joanne " . . . quiet, quiet, quiet ... " I don ' t know " . . . found at the Town Hall . . . blue, dancing, and baseball . . . trea- sures her senior year . . . hates mustaches . . . memories of summer ' 69 ... " Sugar, Sugar " . . . would like to visit Europe . . . contribution to S.H.S. — graduation ... to study nursing . . . 31 JANET A. GAY " Baby Doll " . . . blue . . . working at Wooly ' s and bowling . . . sleeping, read- ing, painting . . . " Behave! " ... pet peeves — two-faced people and not being able to hold hands in the caf (?) . . . " Somewhere My Love " . . . happiness in the BlOO corridor ' 66- ' 67 ... would like to contribute all she ' s learned at S.H.S. to society . . . LOUISE V. GEIGER " Lou " . . . found hanging around Boston ... blue ... " Wicked! " . . . pet peeves — lousy drivers and hypocrites . . . treasures friendship . . . " Blue s Theme " ... to visit Atlantis . . . hopes to contribute a cure for the common cold ... a ftiture in lab technology . . . PATRICIA L. GAY " Patty " . . . talkative . . . found with Brenda, Doss, Deedee and Gayle . . . swimming, sailing and field hockey . . . remembers being towed out of the wood dump . . . " Muka-eye " . . . Peters- bourough Street ... a certain brown- eyed . . . " Baby It ' s You " . . . Patty — to be happy . . . CAROL GICHEL " Carol " . . . found at work . . . memories of Horseneck ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . blue . . . dislikes top lockers . . . swim- ming . . . quiet and friendly . . . " Never My Love " . . . treasures her license . . . plans to visit Europe ... to be a hairdresser . . . 32 WENDY J. GAY " Wendy " . . . found down the Cape or at Morse Shoe . . . green . . . pet peeve — wise guys . . . " Cherish " . . . painting, drawing, and swimming . . . memories of Mr. H ' s chemistry class . . . friends . . . hopes to be a hard-working citizen . . . hopes to contribute herself to society through VISTA or the Peace Corps . . . KENNETH R. GILLPATRICK " Gilp " ... at the library steps . . . " Ya sure Fity. " ... the Portuguese Kestixal . . . blue . . . " Can ' t Find The Time " . . . football . . . sarcastic, funny and friendly . . . hopes to visit Sturbridge Village . . . would like to be a football coach . . . RICHARD J. GILMARTIN " Gil " . . . found at Stop and Shop or McDonalds . . . " No kidding? " . . . quiet and gullible ... his license, blue, and basketball . . . " Easy to Be Hard " . . . would like to visit California . . . sure to be happy . . . SUELLEN GORSKI " Suellen " . . . happy and hopeful . . . .Sat- urday mornings — 7 A.M. . . . would like to find a place where people live in haimony . . . enjoys rapping with good people . . . grey . . . an individual . . . another soul in the campaign for peace . . . ROBHRTGRAZIANO " Graz " . . . found at Dave ' s Store . . . easy going, funloving, and happy . . . remembers junior day at Horseneck . . . " Nobody says that! " . . . football . . . " Time Has Come Today " . . . blue . . . leaves his initials in the office bench . . . would like to visit California ... a future in business administration . . . MARELYN J. GRIFFIN " Dodo " . . . found at Gail ' s . . . " Are you kidding? " ... ice hockey and green . . . " Soldier Boy " . . . dislikes people who say, " What? " . . . would like to visit Prince Edward ' s Island . . . cheerful, talkative, and understanding . . . FRANCIS X.GROVER " Fran " . . . mischievous and cool . . . seen driving around . . . " Really? " . . . dark eyes and a pleasant smile . . . blue, football, and his guitar . . . " How Many More Times? " . . . pet peeve — unfriendly people . . . will help society help itself . . . WILLIAM D. GUERTIN " Professor " . . . remembers catching a 3- pound salmon off a dock . . . " Oh well, that ' s the way it goes! " . . . baseball, red . . . our faithful photographer . . . quiet, lovable . . . Bill hopes to contribute clean air, water, and soil to society . . . 33 MARY E. GUFFEY " GufT ' . . . " You ' ll get over it! " . . . found with Turl, Michelle and other girls . . . always boy-watching, laughing or talking . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . memories of February vacation ' 69 . . . purple and dancing . . . plans to travel KARLA M. HANRAHAN " Karla " . . . orange and sports . . . remembers going to New York in her Junior year . . . " Knock it off, dumb- dumb! " . . . funny, intelligent, and sensi- tive . . . will visit California in the future . . . Karla hopes to become a physical education teacher . . . CHARLES J. HAINLEY " Charlie " ... a speed demon . . . can be found at Mainco Co. . . . blue, his motor- cycle and drag racing . . . will never for- get the dunes at Horseneck Beach . . . " Born to be Wild " . . . pet peeve — the police as we know them . . . would like to visit California in the future . . . RICHARD G. HANSEN " Dick " . . . honest, friendly, mischievous . . . green . . . pet peeve — a certain English teacher . . . hockey . . . " Rose Marie " . . . remembers seeing the inside of Mr. Penardi ' s office . . . Dick hopes to be a draftsman . . . GERALD P. HAMMEL " Jerry " . . . lovable, loyal and trust- w orthy . . . found hard at work . . . pet peeve — being pushed into homeroom . . . green . . . " Hang on Sloopy " ... a ' 64 Ford . . . contributes his science book to society . . . JOHN E. HARTIGAN. JR. " John " . . . purple. broadjumping, playing his guitar . . . can be found with Bob or Ralph . . . " Pusher " . . . broken strings annoy John . . . fast, faster, fastest . . . treasures his guitar . . . hopes to make a lunar visit . . . 34 WILLIAM N. HAWKINS ' " Hawk " . . . sophisticated, cool and friendly . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom . . . " Ya right! " ... pet peeve — S.D.S. . . . blue, football and " my girl " . . . Billy hopes to contribute his best to society . . . would like to own a motion picture company and get married . . . WINSTON D. HEBB " Dave " . . . found cruising in downtown Brockton . . . " Happiness is a Warm Gun " . . . pet peeve — slow drivers . . . tall, long-haired, and quiet . . . most trea- sured possession is his entire record col- lection . . . Dave hopes to travel to Califor- CAROL A. HEJDUK " Carol " . . . found anywhere playing her guitar . . . remembers a Pacific sunrise . . . ■ ' Michael from Mountains " ... pet peeve — ijnmatiirity . . . subtle, sensitive, emo- tional . . . hopes of visiting Cameron Bay . . . leaves a dirty paint brush and water color box . . . Carol hopes to contribute a million dollar painting to society . . . DONNA L. HEMPHILL " Donna " . . . found in the First National parking lot ... " I almost care! " . . . remembers a certain whipped cream fight and California . . . " By the Time I Get to Phoenix " . . . water skiing, foot- ball, boys and blue . . . mischievous, friendly and sincere . . . Donna hopes to live and to be happy . . . FRANK E. HEMEON " Paco " . . . found at the Stoughton Hardware . . . remembers a Randolph prom . . . gold . . . pet peeve — homework . . . football and his school ring . . . " House of the Rising Sun " . . . going to Randolph and Westwood . . . Frank hopes to visit Australia . . . HELEN A. HENDERSON " Poopsy " . . . found at the Aniioiy . . . " J ust what is your problem? " . . . remem- bers the U.N. trip . . . " Runaway Child " . . . mischievous, cute and curly . . . has contributed four years of integration to S.H.S. . . . Helen hopes to give society a little bit of soul . . . VIVIAN HENDERSON " Viv " . . . found at Heath s . . . nietno- ries of the Cape . . . " Wicked cool " . . . yellow . . . skiing . . . dislikes foolish people . . . " Time of the Season " . . . talkative and happy . . . treasures her li- cense . . . would like to visit Europe ... to society she gives a smile . . . HEATHER L. HILL " Heath " . . . found down the Cape . . . " Oh rubbish " . . . blue and green . . . skiing, sewing, drawing, reading . . . " Try a Little Tenderness " . . . quiet, happy, and gentle . . . treasures her skis, license, and a)llages ... to visit England . . . con- tributes great advances in chemisti-y to S.H.S. . . . her a)ntrihution to society — teaching art . . . JOHN H. HERBOWY " Herbie " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . remembers locking his car and leaving the keys inside . . . blue, television and sleeping . . . " Fire " . . . dislikes home- work . . . quiet, logical and sensitive . . . plans to attend college . . . JANICE M. HOEFER " Jan " . . . found out of town . . . quiet, thoughtful, and understanding remembers the summer of ' 67 and the Junior Prom . . . purple, sailing and her summer cottage . . . " Theme from Ro- meo and Juliet " . . . Jan hopes to visit California . . . DONALD G. HERLIHY " Don " . . . found at the basketball court . . . remembers sophomore math class . . . pet peeve — homework . . . green . . . base- ball . . . witty and outgoing ... to society he would like to lead the Senators to the pennant in ' 72? . . . DANIELLE M. HOMER " Danny Boy " . . . remembers those F- troop Chemistry labs . . . " Many moons ago " . . . pet peeve — people who can ' t pronounce names . . . found in the gym . . . nutty, talkative and sportsminded . . . hopes to visit Don Rickle ' s house some- day ... to contribute knowledge to so- ciety through a teaching career . . . 36 JAMES W. HONSINGER " Walton " . . . found beating on his car . . . red . . . pet peeve — J.R. . . . football . . . pool . . . " Bottle of Wine " . . . remembers hunting . . . " Last time I was drunk ... " ... treasures his car . . . con- tributes his money to S.H.S. . . . wants to visit Florida . . . SUSAN E. HUGO " Sue " . . . happy, frank, independent . . . yellow, water skiing, horseback riding and baseball . . . " Oh Eck! " . . . " Classi- cal Gas " . . . dislikes phonies . . . trea- sures blue jeans and a broken bat . . . Sue feels she has given S.H.S. teachers the opportunity to teach her ... to be an airline stewardess . . . destination: The World . . . KATHLEEN L. HORN " Kath " . . . remembers Mr. Pierce ' s bi- ology class . . . creative, zany, generous, moody . . . " Summer Rain " . . . enjoys kite-flying, walking by the river in the rain . . . contributes " Poppo " to S.H.S. . . . treasures Uncle Harry ' s letters . . . found in her rocking chair . . . hopes to visit Disneyland . . . wants to be a hermit ROBERT E. INMAN " Bob " . . . always on the run . . . found somewhere in the E-building ... a sum- mer in Cohasset . . . " You ' d better be- lieve it! " ... his ' 64 maroon Corvair — " Clara " . . . irritated by people who " borrow " cigarettes . . . has kept the tardy sessions going ... to visit the end of eternity . . . and happiness . . . JEFFREY HUGGARD " JefF ' . . . found hanging at the First . . . remembers wiping out a gas meter . . . " Uh! " . . . spends his time working on cars . . . blue . . . drag-racing . . . cool, calm, nice . . . treasures his car . . . would like to visit California ... his contribu- tion to S.H.S. is coming to it ... to so- ciety he contributes himself . . . JAY F. JACKSON " Jay " . . . found in Leominster . . . remembers wiping out in Harvard Square . . . " Just grape " . . . pet peeves — Cadillacs and mbbeiy toothbrushes . . . purple . . . wrestling . . . spends his time keeping his motorcycle running ... a cer- tain someone . . . patient, brash, friendly . . . " U.S. Titanic " . . . leaves S.H.S. 23 autographed desk tops . . . 37 STEVEN A. JACOBS " Jake the Snake " . . . " Hey, baby, drop ya laundry! " . . . hanging the Firsty . . . cars, girls, hockey (of course) . . . " I ' m In With the In Crowd " . . . contribution to S.H.S. — his presence . . . would like to have money, power, women, and be in the Navy . . . DOLORES A. JARDIN " Dolores " . . . working at Roxie ' s . . . " Oh, cut it out! " . . . purple . . . " The Letter " . . . cheerful and petite ... pet peeve — high lockers . . . treasures her car ... to see Portugal . . . will make a fine hairdresser . . . DAVID M. JOHNSON " David " . . . " Unbelievable! " . . . summer of ' 69 . . . found down the Cape . . . blue, football, his car . . . " Foxy Lady " ... to visit Sweden . . . leaves an empty seat be- hind . . . KARL G. JOHNSTON " Gordy " . . . casual, friendly, active . . . " What? " ... up the pard . . . remembers horseback riding at Blue Hills . . . dis- likes convertible tops . . . blue . . . " Time Has Come Today " . . . treasuies his license . . . to visit Hngland . . . LINDA M. JONES " Lynda " . . . weird, slight, silly . . . " You fool! " . . . yellow . . . two days in Septem- ber . . . listening to Orpheus and BS T records . . . " God Bless the Child " . . . leaves a " fixed " locker behind as well as " scuzzy " gym socks . . . 38 WAYNE !V1. JONES " Jonesy " • • ■ at the Park . . . purple, sleeping, " Shotgun " . . . " Get lost! " . . . working on cars and drums ... his ' 56 Chevy . . . hates Fords . . . hopes to visit California . . . contribution to S.H.S. — taking up space . . . MARY ELLEN KAWAKY " Sugie " . . . petite, friendly, happy . . . with the majorettes . . . " Bad news " . . . remembers the first day of her freshman year . . . pink, tennis, and sewing . . . treasures her stuffed monkey . . . " Love is Blue " . . . loyal to S.H.S. . . . Mary hopes to be a good nurse . . . BARBARA M. KELLEHER " Barbie " . . . cheering ... " I doubt it " . . . remembers her Jiinioi- Prom and July 16-21 . . . orchid . . . " Poor Side of Town " . . . likes football . . . happiness . . . would like to visit Switzerland . . , plans of being an English teacher . . . LYNNE A. KEARNEY " Lynne " ... in the B-building doorway . . . lonely walks on the beach . . . sea shells . . . purple, painting, and poetry . . . swimming . . . " Landscape Grown Cold " . , . friendly, imaginative . . . pet peeve — girls who primp ... a silent sufferer . . . happiness . . . the world . . . KAREN E. KELLEHER " Kay " ... in the gym . . . Softball . . . memories of lying in bed in a body cast the night of the Junior Prom . . . an- noyed by people who jump to conclu- sions . . . " You know " . . . her piggy bank . . . has contributed messed up var- sity room to S.H.S. ... to visit Disney- land, be happy, and become a phys. ed. teacher . . . WILLIAM J. KELL " Bill " . . . " Can I borrow a dime? " . . . sincere, if given a chance . . . friendly, frank ... a cross country meet at Canton . . . treasures his bottle opener ... to see the " Emerald Isle " . . . has kissed the Blarney Stone many times . . . Bill, an- other scholar at S.H.S., hopes to help children . . . JUDY A. KELLEY " Judy " . . . talkative, gullible, mischie- vous ... " I don ' t know! " . . . remembers " The Weekend " . . . green . . . listening to records . . . watching Johnny Carson . . . " Foxy Lady " . . . irritated by liars . . . treasures memories . . . lejwes a dirty lock- er at S.H.S. . . . California ... to be happy 39 DOUGLAS A. KELLY " Doug " . . . " It ' s been a long night! " . . . blowing up a hydrogen lab . . . skiing and cross country . . . found running around the track . . . dislikes Physics labs . . . " Love is Blue " ... to Switzerland . . . one of our quiet intellectuals . . . JOHN M. KILLGOAR " Junior " . . . found at Stoughton Hard- ware . . . " Don ' t give me that! " . . . blue and football . . . memories of his junior year . . . " Baby, I Love You " . . . pet peeve — school . . . THERESA KELLY " Terry " . . . quiet and carefree . . . found with Judy and Diana . . . dislikes thoughtless people . . . red and black . . . " Oh yea! " . . . treasures her memories . . . listening to the Bee Gee ' s ... ice skating ... to graduate and be happy . . . JANICE IVI. KING " Jan " . . . happy, carefree, fun loving . . . " All right " . . . treasures her Ford . . . the Cape . . . gold, baseball, and a day at Horseneck . . . watching the Red Sox . . . " On the Good Ship Lollipop " . . . dis- likes ignorant and phoney people . . . contribution to S.H.S. — she came back ... to be happy . . . LAWRENCE L. KENNEY " Larry " . . . easy to get along with . . . blue . . . " Serious " . . . found in Lakeville . . . waterskiing, racing boats and hockey . . . " The Letter " . . . the Junior Prom . . . to visit Canada ... for Larry it ' s on to college . . . JEANNINE L. KING " Jean " . . . found anywhere . . . red . . . pet peeve — a certain friend . . . basketball . . . " Easy To Be Hard " . . . treasures her dog " Fat Albert " . . . Jean — serious and sincere . . . would like one day to visit Greece . . . 40 THOMAS J. KIZNER " Butterball " . . . found in the cafeteria . . . hockey, golf and blue . . . pet peeve — K.Q. ' s sick jokes . . . " What ' s the test about? " . . . treasures supplement to his History of Civilization text . . . will al- ways remember winning the State Science Fair . . . Tom plans to be Pres- ident . . . MARK E. KLIM " Mark " . . . found hanging around with Lyons . . . " Hit the road toad " . . . memo- ries of Senior Year . . . brown . . . skiing, swimming and running . . . " And When I Die " . . . Cross Country . . . sharp, daring and ingenious . . . treasures his class ring . . . would like to visit Kate ' s Palm Reading . . . unlimited abili- ties . . . MARY KNAPP " Mary " . . . found with Dianne and Moe . . . brown . . . summer of ' 67 ... pet peeve — questions . . . " Don ' t Worry About It! " . . . football . . . " Can ' t Find The Time To Tell You " . . . treasures her closet . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . Il llll lljll ELIZABETH M. KNOWLES " Beth " . . . green, tennis, and sewing . . . " You wouldn ' t believe it! " . . . dislikes insincere people . . . memories of Ber- muda ... to S.H.S. Beth has contributed her record of being late every morning . . . hopes to contribute knowledge to so- ciety . . . SUSAN A. KOSINSKI " Sue " . . . found with a certain boy . . . blue . . . " Hi, babe! " . . . pet peeve — white socks . . . traveling and field hockey . . . memories of the exchange concert . . . " Easy To Be Hard " . . . trea- sures her stuffed animals . . . would like to contribute a happier life with less problems to society . . . WAVTnIE C. KRITZMAN " Wayne " . . . found riding around in a green Ford ... " I bet! " . . . remembers falling off on a hay ride . . . red . . . pet peeve — people who blow the horn con- tinuously when they drive . . . baseball . . . girlwatching . . . contributes his presence to S.H.S. . . . " Light My Fire " . . . most treasured possession is his car . . . would like one day to visit California . . . 41 A. DIANNE KRUL " Diane " . . . found at D.P. ' s . . . " That ' s pretty good " . . . will always remember boy scout camp (?) ... swimming . . . " Spinning Wheel " . . . treasures her trumpet . . . Dianne — confused but happy ... to visit Gardner, Mass. . . . MICHELLE F. LAHR " Michelle " . . . found at Wooiy ' s . . . orange . . . remembers being at work when the lights went out . . . " Yeah, baby " . . . pet peeve — homework . . . base- ball . . . treasures " Monster " !? friendly, sincere, and happy . . . would like one day to visit Hawaii . . . GAIL P. KUNDROT " Gail " . . . found anywhere but Stoughton Square . . . blue ... pet peeve — hypocrites . . . " Wow! " remembers riding on the hood of Die ' s VW . . . swimming . . . treasures a certain boy . . . " Give Peace a Chance " . . . would like to visit Utopia ... to contri- bute love and peace to society . . . RITA M. LANIGAN " Rita " . . . found at 577 Washington St. . . . " Oh grief! " . . . pet peeves — insincere people and filling out forms . . . sewing and basketball . . . treasures " The Hat " . . . yellow and " old friends " . . . would like to visit Ireland . . . Rit;i — shy, emo- tional, gentle . . . plans to become a Home Economics teacher . . . 42 MARTIN J. KWEDOR " Marty " . . . found on the library steps . . . pet peeve — being ranked by Kermy . . . " Ya, funny guy! " . . . football and baseball . . . enjoys the Saturday moming cartoons . . . Marty — happy, fun loving, and free . . . contributio n to society as an interior decorator named Bruce . . . JACQUELYN D. LARSEN " Jackie " . . . found in Brockton . . . blue . . . " Shut up and listen! " ... pet peeve — waiting for Krumb . . . surfing and horse- back riding . . . summer of " 69 ... a cer- tain boy and S.E.R.V.T.H. prom . . . friendly and talkative ... to be a secre- tary . . . JUDITH M. LAUB " Judy " . . . found alone in crowds . . . remembers weekends at Rockport and Dartmouth . . . " It ' s futile " . . . fog . . . breaking bubbles . . . dislikes appropriate cliches . . . " Subterranean Homesick Blues " . . . alienated, ambiguous, and enigmatic . . . treasures her psyche ... to society Judy contributes universal and eternal solutions . . . ROY G. LEBLANC " Roy " . . . found anywhere and everywhere . . . " Get Out! " . . . treasures his life . . . hunting, fishing, and photog- raphy . . . most memorable experience will be graduating from S.H.S. . . . blue . . . pet peeve — authority . . . " Sunshine of Your Love " . . . would like someday to visit California ... to become a pho- tographer . . . LINDA L. LEDIN " Little Squash " . . . found where the boys are . . . blue . . . will always remem- ber the Jr. Prom . . . pet peeve — ulcers . . . water skiing, swimming, talking . . . " To Love Somebody " . . . treasures her diary, and her hair . . . wants to contri- bute her remaining years to society . . . Linda — ready, willing and able . . . hopes to keep smiling . . . GEORGE W. LEGASKI " George " . . . usually found at Al ' s . . . blue and " Sunshine of Your Love " . , . remembers his Junior Party . . . pet peeve is school and Fords . . . drag racing . . . treasures his license . . . would like to visit California . . . MARGIE LEM " Margie " . . . found in Boston . . . aqua . . . remembers being caught skipping . . . " Okay! " ... pet peeve — school!! ... bowling, eating, and talking . . . " Can ' t Find The Time To Tell You " . . . trea- sures her flip top collection . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . RICHARD F. LEOPARDI " Leo " . . . found in the gym or on the field . . . " Tell me another " . . . remem- bers being in the Gardens in ' 68 . . . blue . . . pet peeve — losing to Case by I pt. in double overtime . . . basketball . . . Flor- ida . . . treasures his basketball jacket . . . hopes to contribute his knowledge to society . . . 43 RONALD G. LETOWSKI " Ron " . . . found at the B.P.M. parking lot . . . blue . . . memories of the Cape . . . " Ya right! " . . . skimg . . . pet peeve — working on Friday nights . . . " Groovin " . . . Ron — ready to accept any responsibil- ity life brings ... a future career in business . . . MICHELLE LEVY " Michelle " . . . found with t he girls . . . purple . . . pet peeve — mean people . . . " Hooked On A Feeling " . . . will never forget Christmas Eve ' 68 ... " Fm em- barrassed! " . . . treasures her friends . . . to be happy . . . MARGARET C. LINNELL " Peggy " . . . found with Mick . . . " You Yo-Yo! " . . . treasures her giant, yellow shaggy dog . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . dancing and skiing . . . remembers the day she transferred to S.H.S. ... pet peeve — homework . . . blue . . . Peggy — talkative, cute, and mischievous . . . has contributed trouble to S.H.S. , but hopes to contribute her share of happiness to society . . . JAMES A. LITTLEFIELD " Jim " . . . " It bothers me, right! " . . . found working at the B.P.M. at Cobb ' s Comer . . . " Crimson and Clover " . . . blue . . . sports . . . treasures his bed . . . quiet, soft, ant! resei ' ed . . . Jim hopes to go to a)llege and to a)ntribule anything he ran to society . . . HOWARD L. LIBER " Howie " . . . usually found on the golf course . . . blue ... pet peeve — people taking good janitors for granted . . . basketball and golf . . . remembers the summer research program at Polaroid . . . " Give me a minute " . . . treasures his brain ... to contribute something to improve society . . . DANIEL B. LOCKE " Danny " . . . red haired and moody . . . enjoys sports . . . will always remember Chemung Hill! ... football ... blue ... pet peeve — sprints and Marty Kwedor ... a good sense of humor . . . one of the guys . . . 44 EILEEN LOAN " Eileen " . . . flying and riding around . . . " You can ' t win! " . . . memories of Washington " 68 " . . . yellow . . . dislikes waiting for people . . . " Rose Marie " . . . being late for class . . . hopes to become interior decorator . . . ROLAND P. LONERGAN " Paul " . . . " You dummy " . . . found down at Bill ' s . . . treasures his books and memories of a certain dance . . . blue . . . football . . . pet peeve — his mother! . . . " Fire! " . . . aware, active and excit- able . . . Paul leaves his name to S.H.S. . . . hopes to contribute leadership to so- ciety . . . RETHA J. LOTHROP " Retha " . . . found at work . . . blue . . . remembers a trip to Canada . . . " Oh, my God " . . . pet peeve — homework . . . basketball . . . swimming . . . contribution to S.H.S. — being a member of the drill team . . . " Sugar, Sugar " . . . treasures her dog . . . friendly, thoughtful, and happy . . . would like to visit Europe . . . ELLEN J. LUNSFORD " E.J. " . . . congenial, humorous, artistic . . . can be found in the B-building door- way . . . painting, sketching and swim- ming . . . " Love IS Sweeter " . . . Ellen has contributed her artistic talent to S.H.S. . . . a song and her guitar . . . DENNIS J. LYONS " Denny " . . . " You can ' t win " em all " . . . found at Sherm ' s Sunoco . . . remembers his Junior Prom . . . green ... pet peeve — science! . . . " Never My Love " . . . basketball . . . Denny tries to like people and be liked by them ... it seems he does a good job at it too . . . WILLIAM J. LYONS " Bill " . . . found with Mark . . . " You er- roneous charlatan " . . . remembers the Tech Tourney . . . basketball and scuba diving . . . " Blowin ' in the Wind " . . . sar- castic, conceited, humorous . . . dislikes drivers who don ' t signal . . . treasures his brothers (?)... would like to visit a Libe- rian rubber plantation . . . Bill has con- tributed many witty remarks to S.H.S. 45 JAMES J. MAHER " Ta Ta " . . . feels his contribution to S.H.S. was taking up space . . . " What a sick mind! " . . . found at the park ... is fond of drinking and eating . . . " Black is Black " . . . Jim says he ' s handsome, broadminded. and humorous (?) ... would like to visit Italy . . . pious Jim would like to be a priest in the Mafia . . . JEAN MAHONEY " Jean " . . . found cruising around . . . be- hind the doll house with Chip (?) ... fond memories of Mr. Sarno ' s Biology charts . . . " Hi men! " . . . with B, T, T, D. . . . basketball, green and happiness . . . Jean has contributed friendship, in- sanity and fun to S.H.S. . . . PAUL E. MAKRIS " Paul " . . . blue, football, and wrestling . . . found with Homp at McDonalds . . . warm, friendly, and quiet . . . pet peeves — hypocrites and schizophrenics . . . " Go Now " . . . remembers stairs and grassies ... to go anywhere that doesn ' t cost money . . . " Truth! " . . . Paul wants to be happy . . . RICHARD B. MANDELL " Dick " . . . can be found in the music room or at Joe ' s . . . " How ' s it going? " . . . musical, open-minded and jazz orien- tated . . . pet peeve — hypocrites . . . trea- sures his saxophone and string bass . . . Dick has contributed much time and in- terest to our S.H.S. music department . . . plans to study medicine . . . FRED L. MARINELLI " Flip " . . . found in the First National parking lot or rolling in a green mustang . . . " Are you experienced? " . . . " Are you sure? " . . . drag racing, blue, and a cer- tain Randolph girl . . . Fred — a carefree and friendly kid . . . sure to be happy . . . HOLLY J. MARKS " Holly " . . . found in E205 . . . remem- bers her part in the " Sound of Music " . . . blue . . . " Oh for Pete ' s sake " ... a certain tennis sweater . . . " More " . . . en- joys photography . . . Holly says she ' s happy, active, and nutty . . . hopes to be- come another nut in the nursing field . . . 46 RAYMOND MARTIN " Ray " . . . black . . . found on the ab- sence list . . . pet peeve — school (of course) . . . " Keep Me Hanging On " . . . football . . . would like to visit California . . . " Yeh, right! " . . . Ray hopes to grad- uate and be happy . . . GAILT. McEACHRON " Mac " . . . found with a certain boy . . . remembers getting caught skipping school . . . " Is that right? " . . . horseback riding and basketball . . . dislikes teachers who expect too much of students . . . " Un- chained Melody " . . . easy going, friendly, sincere . . . would like to visit Europe . . . to society — an analysis of the world situa- tion ... RUTH M. McCarthy " Ruthie " . . . " Oh Brother " . . . found at the tennis courts . . . yellow . . . memories of a caterpillar down the back of her gym suit! . . . " How Can I Be Sure? " . . . insincere people are her pet peeve . . . treasures her cat, " Snookie " ... to visit Hawaii someday . . . Ruth describes her- self as friendly, funny, and dumb . . . hopes to be happy . . . ALLYN R. McGILLICUDDY " Lyn " . . . found looking . . . treasures love . . . " California Dreaming " . . . found- ing the Limpid Larynx . . . The Gloucester House . . . out of gas on Rte 3 at midnight . . . friendship . . . drama, tennis, poetry ... to amimunicate . . . psychology . . . dislikes nostalgia . . . plans to die someday . . . remembers — and then forgets . . . 47 EDWARD S. McCLOUD " EuJdie " . . . found where angels fear to tread ... a sense of humor and a flair for trouble . . . blue, wrestling and a glass whale . . . " Cherish " ... pet peeve — Jibsence notes . . . Eddie has hopes of traveling to Bemiuda . . . AUDRY C. McGILLICUDDY " Aud " . . . found in E-205 with the kids . . . " That ' s life " . . . treasures her honor- ary membership to Limpid Larynx . . . friends . . . dislikes sophisticates . . . drama . . . will always remember Mrs. Willig and Bob Sheehan . . . " California Dreaming " . . . open, personable, unique . . . The Gloucester House . . . animal crackers . . . Edaville ' 69 ... ROBERT R. McINNIS " Mac " . . . easy-going, likeable and under- standing . . . can be found working . . . " Wow! " . . . pet peeve — shop class . . . baseball, basketball and blue . . . " Honky Tonk Woman " . . . would like to visit California ... to contribute his talents to society . . . MAUREEN A. McLAUGHLIN " Moe " . . . found with Marge, Mari, Diane, Guff and Moe . . . " What is this? " . . . most treasured possession is her posters . . . summer of ' 67 ' and Mouse ' s parties . . . green . . . " Don ' t Let The Sun Catch You Crying " . . . dislikes people who say they ' ll call and don ' t . . . Moe — petite and pretty . . . wants to live and be happy . . . MATTHEW McKAY " Matt " . . . found in many places but mostly at home . . . memories of the Spaghetti Supper . . . blue . . . skating, rocketry, hockey . . . " Come Together " . . . quiet, perceptive, and indifferent . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . contributes 4 years of his life to S.H.S. . . . EILEEN E. McSWEENEY " Eileen " . . . easy-going, talkative and an individual . . . found with Terry, Michelle and the gang . . . " Be serious! " . . . purple . . . Florida . . . has contributed confusion to the girl ' s locker room ... to be happy . . . JAMES H. Mclaughlin " Chip " . . . find him in Dedham . . . memo- ries of being behind the doll house with Jean . . . green . . . dislikes apathy . . . skiing, surfing and flying . . . " Echo Park " . . . friendly, sincere and involved . . . treasures his license ... to contribute ten kids . . . hopes to travel . . . PAULA A. MEDEIROS " Paula " . . . unpredictable, warm and sincere . . . dancing . . . violet . . . trea- sures someone to talk to . . . AgNo3 + Alconox = Lemon Freeze ... pet peeve — aloof, -nsensitive people . . . the groove . . . would like to free society from mirror images ... a visit to Never- Never Land . . . " Oops! " . . . MARGARET MEGALAITIS " Meg " . . . found everywhere . . . black . . . a stuffed dog ... " 1 don ' t know " . . . dating, dancing, sleeping and eating . . . " Spooky " . . . dislikes boys in white socks . . . contribution to S.H.S. — " I can tell everyone I went here! " . . . stubborn and sensitive . . . would someday like to go to the moon . . . DONNA A. MEROLA " Don " . . . enjoys singing . . . blue . . . found in a ' 57 or on stage ... a special boy . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . contri- bution to S.H.S. — a silver cup to Mr. Stott ' s collection . . . teary-eyed and talented . . . Donna would one day like to contribute a happy family . . . ELIZABETH A. MEIER " Betti " . . . found where she ' s not sup- posed to be . . . " Oh, really! " . . . remem- bers being stranded in Boston at One A.M. . . . pet peeve — high lockers and sarcastic people . . . " In the Year 2525 " . . . small, blonde and lively ... to contri- bute herself to society . . . PAUL W. MERRIAM " Paul " . . . usually found at the First Na- tional parking lot ... blue . . . water skiing ... Pet peeve — J.R. . . . most trea- sured possession is his bird . . . MICHAEL V. MELITO " Micky " . . . found working on cars . . . contribution to S.H.S. is a warm seat and a well kept locker . . . football, " Rose Marie " and drums . . . pet peeve — a ' 59 ' Chevy . . . Micky — hard working but broke . . . ambition — to be- come an architect . . . THOMAS J. MESERVE " Tom " . . . found at the Goddard Hospi- tal ... yellow . . . pet peeve — homework . . . " Rocky Raccoon " . . . football and Monday mornings . . . treasures his license . . . would like to contribute peace to society . . . 49 DIANE MILLER " Diane " . . . found anywhere between here and Boston . . . brown . . . dislikes people who ask too many questions . . . would like to visit anywhere out of Stoughton . . . " Give me a break! " . . . her cat, Richard . . . nutty and friendly . . . contribution to society as a space taker-upper . . . MARIE E. MORAN " Marie " . . . cheering for the boys . . . purple ... " I almost care! " . . . summer of ' 69 ... " I Ain ' t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore " . . . football and basket- ball ... a visit to Florida in the future JANICE K. MILLER " Janice " . . . the lunch room queen . . . pet peeves — school rules and Stoughton kids . . . " Today " . . . reading, music and art . . . treasures her locked room . . . tur- quoise . . . summer of " 69 and boy watch- ing . . . hopes to become a business teach- er someday . . . MERVINA T. MORAN " Merv " . . . happy, talkative, friendly . . . " I don ' t believe it! " . . . found riding around . . . blue . . . the Junior Prom . . . " It Hurts So Bad " . . . cheering . . . Ha- waii ... to become a secretary and be happy . . . ADA MOLEA " Ada " . . . found with Val and Joni . . . friendly, quiet, likeable . . . " It Hurts So Bad " . . . treasures her car . . . " Ya, okay! " . . . would like to visit California in the future . . . Ada is sure to be a success because of her friendly attitude BARBARA J. MORGAN " Barb " . . . found riding around with K.D. . . . swimming and water-skiing . . . a certain night at Nantasket . . . " Oh. ya! " . . . contribution to S.H.S. — a little aggrevation . . . talkative and mischie- vous . . . plans to become a nurse 50 STEVEN MORRIS " Steve " . . . found in Sharon . . . red, phi- losophy and basketball . . . " In-a-Gadda- Da-Vida " . . . would like one day to visit Israel . . . friendly and persuasive . . . hopes to contribute brotherhood to so- ciety ... a future biochemist . . . ROBERT W. MURPHY " Bob " . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " Murf the Surf . . . pet peeve — certain fellow workers . . . " Little Man " . . . foot- ball, " Witchita Lineman " , and blue ... a tall and friendly kid who has contributed a few good laughs to S.H.S. . . . JOHN F. MULLETT " John " . . . found in the hospital . . . blue and hockey . . . " Fantastic! " . . . most memorable experience — his senior year at S.H.S. . . . " All Along the Watchtow- er " . . . pet peeve — curfews . . . trea- sures his license and keys . . . John — happy, carefree, and friendly ... a future engineer . . . LINDA M. NELSON " Linda " . . . found with someone special . . . remembers having a cast on her foot . . . " Right! " . . . blue . . . football . . . homework . . . " Never My Love " . . . quiet and friendly . . . treasures her dia- mond . . . MARGARET A. MURPHY " Marg " . . . blue . . . kite-flying . . . XZiood Grief! " . . . quiet, flighty, and friendly . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . " Get Together " . . . basketball . . . treasures her cat ... pet peeve — tumbling . . . Biology with Mr. Peirce ... to visit Australia . . . BARRY L. NICKERSON " Bubba " . . . found on any available snow . . . " Indubitably " . . . fond memo- ries of a week-end in Vermont . . . pet peeve — social injustice . . . skiing and surfing . . . " The Color of My Love " . . . tall and searching ... a sure success . . . 51 PAUL L. NICKERSON " Nick " . . . open-minded . . . can usually be found somewhere . . . " Hang in there! " . . . treasures his car ... pet peeve — teachers . . . contributes himself to society . . . KATHLEEN V. NOYES " Kathy " . . . found nowhere . . . remem- bers J.K.M. s party . . . " Thafs odd! " . . . pet peeve — chemistry . . . sewing and arch- ery . . . " Everyday People " . . . quiet, forgetful, warm . . . Kathy ' s contribution to society is to find some way to keep everyone happy ... to be an interior deco- rator . . . WILLIAM W. NICOL " Ig " . . . loafing ... a friendly smile for everyone . . . " Oh, Boo! " . . . memories of a week on the Cape . . . blue . . . dislikes freckles and kinky hair . . . would like to visit all of the U.S. and Europe . . . con- tribution to S.H.S. — his gym suit . . . LINDA L. NOYES " Lyn " . . . adores hippies, soul beat, drums, rain, and bubble gum . . . " Take it easy! " . . . found in this day and age . . . orange . . . pet peeve — dishonesty . . . " Don ' t Let the Sun Catch You Crying " . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . pastimes — smiling, sewing, and art work . . . Linda — happy, witty, and friendly . . . someone who ' s nice to know . . . PATRICIA K. NOE " Patti " . . . very happy . . . found at Ken- tucky Fried Chicken . . . " Stop it! " . . . baseball . . . memories of a certain week in Boston . . . " Easy to be Hard " . . . would like to visit Hawaii ... to be a hairdresser . . . VALERIE J. OAKS " Val " . . . found riding around with Joni . . . pet peeve — waiting . . . fond memo- ries of the ' 67 Christmas Dance . . . " Baby It ' s You " . . . yellow . . . treasures her license . . . petite . . . plans to become a lab technician . . . 52 THOMAS J. O ' CONNOR " Tom " . . . found in the weight room or in sessions . . . blue . . . wrestling . . . " Lay Lady Lay " . . . treasures friendships . . . Tom feels his contribution to old S.H.S. was failure ... to visit the world and contribute happiness to society along the way . . . ROBERT E. O ' DONNELL " Bob " . . . quiet and thoughtful . . . will never forget Art class with " Irish " . . . blue . . . dislikes loud girls . . . " You can do It, Lou! " . . . would like to visit Japan in the future . . . Bob . . . sure to find happiness . . . DOROTHEA J. O ' DONNELL " Dotty " . . . quiet, but happy . . . can be found with the Canton kids . . . " Just go straight, Camille " . . . will never forget ending up in Buzzard ' s Bay with Ca- mille, Kathy, and Joan . . . " Easy to be Hard " . . . pink . . . will make a fine so- cial worker . . . MARY LOU O ' NEIL " Lou " . . . found doing the old B build- ing thing . . . treasures friendship and il- lusions . . . pet peeve — time . . . playing the guitar . . . " Both Sides Now " . . . shades of immortality . . . friendly, witty, truthful, and smcere . . . Lou feels her contribution to S.H.S. is just another pretty face . . . JOHN O ' DONNELL " O.D. " . . . " Got a pen? " . . . can be found on the practice field . . . blue . . . treasures his handlebars and memories of the Cape . . . " Purple Haze " . . . football, baseball, and hockey ... a future teacher and coach . . . JOANNE D. O ' REILLY " Jo " . . . quiet, ambitious and happy . . . can be found working . . . will never for- get almost winning the finals in basket- ball ... blue and skating ... " What!! " . . . " These Eyes " . . . treasures her charm bracelet . . . pet peeve — people smoking . . . would like to visit Europe in the fu- ture . . . 53 THOMAS P. O ' REILLY, JR. " Tommy " . . . found at a certain house on Morton Street . . . blue . . . baseball . . . pet peeve — office personnel . . . will always remember a certain night at Nan- tasket Beach . . . " You ' ve Made Me So Very Happy " . . . Tom — good looking, fun loving and mischievous . . . plans to go to college . . . LEA D. OTTAVIANI " Lea " . . . " Not too strange! " . . . can be found working or with Lisa at Ed ' s Bar and Grill (?)... memories of summer ' 66 ... a certain boy . . . ten ... art and gymnastics . . . " Leaving on a Jet Plane " ... pet peeve — " Being told I talk a lot " . . . pretty and practical . . . Lea ' s future in Medical Technology . . . GEORGIA-RUTH PAPPAS " Dolly " . . . fickle and talkative ... can be found out of town . . . will never for- get the year of ' 69 ... blue, her license, and watching football . . . " No, really! " . . . " Take Me For a Little While " . . . pet peeve — white socks and black leather ... a fine career in business . . . WARREN J. PARADISE " War " . . . sane, down to earth, and quiet (????) . . . can be found in an MG . . . green and grabbing girls . . . will nev- er forget Horseneck Beach . . . ■ " Grcxwin is Easy " . . . " Some? " ... pet peeves — straight pet)ple and Volkswagens . . . treasures his sanity . . . would like to visit Siberia . . . Warren a)nti ibLites a)mp!ete and utter madness . . . PAMELA J. PEDUTO " Pam " . . . found working at D.J. ' s . . . fond memories of barn parties and Fal- mouth in ' 69 ... " I love it " . . . swim- ming . . . navy blue . . . " This Magic Mo- ment " . . . pet peeve — Monday mornings . . . funloving and carefree ... to be happy . . . 54 JANE M. PENARDI " Seal " . . . accident prone . . . can be found with the Canton Kids . . . will nev- er forget the summer of ' 69 . . . " Wicked! " . . . yellow and rides to the Cape . . . " It Hurts So Bad " ... pet peeve — Corrie ' s driving . . . treasures " Beulah " . . . would like to visit Califor- nia in the future ... to go to college . . . DONNA L. PERDIGAO " Donna " . . . busy, snide, and a " psycho- logical enigma " (?) ... can always be found running from the Drama room . . . will never forget the Thespian induction with candles that wouldn ' t light . . . " How trite! " . . . treasures her asthmatic cat, Mable . . . Donna, looking for a sand castle . . . DAVID M. PITTA " Dave " . . . pet peeve — haircuts ... a night in Medway . . . brown . . . Found with Mike and Duck . . . " Cry, Baby, Cry " . . . treasures his license . . . Dave — lazy, crazy, lovable . . . STEVEN C. PETERSON " Tink " . . . found at Glen Echo Lake . . . blue . . . pet peeve — hospitals . . . funny, mischievous, friendly . . . hockey . . . cars . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . treasures SS 396 ... " I ' m Hip! " . . . would like to visit California ... to so- ciety Steve would contribute peace . . . CAMILLE POLILLIO " Camille " . . . always in a hurry . . . can be found in a yellow Firebird . . . horse- back riding, purple and boys . . . will nev- er forget the summer of ' 69 ... " Sha La La " ... " I almost care " . . . pet peeve — Dottie ' s driving ... a future in hairdress- ing ... pwp " " - iim GLENN F. PIOTROWSKI " Glenn " . . . can be found working at Papa Gino ' s . . . green . . . treasures his yellow Camaro . . . pet peeve is school lunches . . . memories of Horseneck Beach . . . " Don ' t Let The Sun Catch You Crying " . . . Glenn — quiet but en- thusiastic . . . DANIEL J. POLILLIO " Danny " . . . long, lean and looking . . . can be found in a white chevy . . . red, his car, and football . . . will never forget the days at Horseneck and Ralph ' s party . . . " Ahh " . . . " Soul Man " ... pet peeve — locked basements . . . would like to visit Canada in the future . . . JAMES E. POOLER " Homp " . . . fun-loving and carefree . . . can be found at McDonald ' s . . . will nev- er forget Black Wednesday . . . blue and football . . . " Go now " . . . " What ' s for lunch? " . . . treasures his rainbow sock . . . would like to visit Portugal ... a sure success anywhere . . . KERIN A. PROCTOR " Kerin " . . . blonde and blue-eyed . . . our Jr. Prom Queen . . . can be found at the Armory . . . yellow and " Can ' t Find the Time To Tell You " . . . pet peeve — snobs . . . hopes of attendmg college . . . MAUREEN A. PURCELL " Moe " . . . friendly and carefree . . . can be found with M, M, D, and G . . . will never forget the summer of ' 67 ... " Can ' t Find the Time To Tell You " . . . orange . . . " Bookends " . . . " I ' m afraid not! " . . . treasures the keys to the T-Bird ... a fine stewardess . . . ROGER S. PUSHEE " Roger " . . . quiet, friendly and funny . . . " Oh Yeah! " . . . found at Glen Echo Lake . . . treasures his car but won ' t for- get the night it broke down . . . lavender . . . pet peeve — S.H.S. hot lunches . . . " Hey Jude " . . . enjoys hockey . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . JOAN L. QUADROS " Joan " . . . happy and shy . . . can be found in a GTX . . . green, John and sewing . . . will never forget the Jr. Prom . . . " Really " . . . pet peeve — phony peo- ple . . . would like to visit New York City in the future ... a success as a sec- retary . . . KEVIN T. QUINN " K.Q. " . . . curious, sportsminded and sarcastic . . . can be found just hanging . . . heard it through the grapevine . . . green, tiinalish and basketball ... will never tbigel beating Mr. Ciillen in basket- ball for . Oc ( ' . ' ) . . . " How much ya wanna bet? " ... a sin e success as a ; m teacher 56 JOSEPH E. RAFALKO " Polock " . . . found with a special Irish girl . . . remembers Horseneck Beach . . . blue . . . pet peeve — Mr. Fanning . . . sports . . . " Born to Be Wild " . . . football . . . Baton Rouge, Louisiana . . . ELLEN M. REDMOND " El " . . . easy going, friendly, and under- standing . . . can be found with the gang . . . " Unchained Melody " . . . pet peeve — school lunches . . . contribution to S.H.S. — cake for the cake sales . . . Ellen hopes to be happy . . . CHRISTOPHER N. REARDON " Peanut " . . . wami. lovable and innocent (?) ... hockey . . . found at Ed ' s, GMH . . . " Drink up " . . . remembers sleeping in the sun for six hours . . . green ... his ' 57 Ford . . . Chris plans to have fun, go in the service and to visit the moon . . . BERNADETTE M. REILLY " Bonnie " . . . found riding around with the kids . . . dislikes top lockers, home- work, and driving in the rain . . . " You ' ve Lost That Lovin ' Feeling " ... a green malibu . . . football games . . . contributes four long years to S.H.S. . . . 57 WILLIAM W. REID " Bill " . . . friendly and cheerful . . . " Time " . . . can be found at Dave ' s . . . " Swell " ... the wrestling team . . . red . . . treasures his license . . . hopes to contribute his great knowledge to society ... to go to college . . . MARY P. REILLY " Mary " . . . happy . . . found cheering for the boys . . . " Ticky " . . . GRDC . . . will always remember the Junior Prom . . . yellow . . . P.S. ... pet peeve — H lunch . . . " Raindrops keep falling on my head " ... to be a secretary . . . BARBARA M. RICHARDSON " Barb " . . . quiet, happy, easy to get along with . . . found at Golden Road . . . " Tough luck! " . . . blue . . . dislikes nick- names . . . " I ' ve Gotta Be Me " . . . base- ball . . . hopes to become a secretary . . . DIANE L. ROBERTSON " Dyanne " . . . searching and sophisti- cated . . . pet peeves — the Navy and pseudo-intellects . . . folk music, psy- chology and 104 . . . Dyanne " s contribu- tion to society is an attempt at a world free fiom faistrations, prejudices and insincer- ities . . . independent, impatient and con- cerned ... to major in adolescent crimi- nology . . . JOSEPH P. RILEY " Head " . . . fresh and wild . . . found at A W . . . fall ' 69 . . . green . . . football . . . listening to records . . . " Green Riv- er " . . . would like to visit Sweden . . . leaves a dirty locker to S.H.S. . . . Joe feels he will contribute more problems to society . . . BRENDA J. ROCK " Bren " . . . usually found with Gayle, Dee, Doss, and Patty . . . " Sad! " . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . pet peeve — Carver cops . . . water skiing, yel- low, and falling off the patio wall . . . hopes to be happily married . . . DAVID ROBERTS " Dave " . . . found up the park . . . blue . . . pet peeve — " school! " . . . remembers his Jumor year . . . " Wow! " . . . " People Get Ready " . . . football . . . hanging around . . . contribution to S.H.S. — smoke-filied basements . . . Dave — quite reserved and independent ... to visit San Francisco . . . PAUL S. ROMAN " Roman " . . . found at " eht gard " . . . sideburns, baseball and his license . . . pet peeve — apathy towards important is- sues . . . " Bring It On Home " . . . purple . . . Paul — a nutty and friendly kid who plans to travel around the world and contribute peace to our society . . . 58 NOREEN E. ROSS " Norris " . . . talkative and smiling . . . found working at Bradlees . . . basketball . . . pet peeve — white socks . . . June 21 . . . " See You In September " . . . blue . . . treasures her license . . . offers herself to society . . . JOEL D. ROSSMAN " Joe " ... a twinkle in his eyes . . . " It would be a nice day if it doesn ' t rain " . . . gold . . . " My Girl " . . . Sharon . . . doesn ' t like curfews . . . bowling and basketball . . . treasures his rea)rd player . . . feels society needs an alami clock . . . JOYCE S. RUBIN " Joyce " . . . easy going and witty . . . found with a special boy . . . " Well? " . . . blue . . . pet peeve — science . . . " Candy Girl " . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . contributes good fellowship to S.H.S. . . . hopes to become a nurse . . . KAREN A. SAMMARTINO " Karen " . . . emotional, concerned, and empathetic . . . usually found in a daze . . . " Do you believe it? " . . . pet peeve — Fisher King Myths . . . would like to visit her own Inn of Sixth Happiness . . . treasures her tennis racket . . . green . . . to contribute a life without inhibitions to society . . . RICHARD C. RYAN " Dick " . . . can be found at the Goddard Hospital kitchen . . . will always remem- ber the Freshman basketball team . . . orange . . . sports . . . " Honky Tonk Wom- an " . . . treasures his license . . . would like to visit the moon . . . ELEANOR J. SANDERS " El " . . . happy-go-lucky, friendly, and kind of crazy . . . " Oh, Swizle " . . . memo- ries of summer, ' 69 . . . pet peeve — being grounded . . . water skiing . . . trea- sures her friends . . . contribution to S.H.S. — another face in the crowd ... to be happy . . . 59 CAROLE S. SAUNDERS " Chimp " . . . funny, talkative, and crazy . . . " Oi Vay! " . . . drama, singing, and faking hypnosis . . . yellow . . . " Hurt So Bad " . . . friendship with a certain some- one . . . being in school plays . . . Carole hopes to help other people . . . KATHLEEN M. SCAGNOLI " Kathy " . . . nding around with Merv . . . " I don ' t believe it " . . . remembers getting a flat in a storm with Billy, Merv and Brian . . . blue ... pet peeve — wait- ing for Billy . . . " It ' s ONLY Make Be- lieve to You " . . . would like to visit Flor- ida ... to be a secretary . . . FRANK H. SERENO " Sank " . . . basketball . . . found in the gym . . . treasures his license . . . memo- ries of Miss L ' s Algebra II class . . . pet peeve — people who say " You Know " . . . sweet, funny and soft . . . " Sweet Caroline " . . . would like to visit the Girl ' s Locker room ... to contribute a cure for no know disease . . . LEONARD V. SETTLERS " Lenny " . . . found in front of the old Library . . . " What ' s happening! " . . . dis- likes sneaks . . . basketball and football . . . " By the Time I Get to Phoenix " . . . yellow . . . feels he has contributed " Class " to S.H.S. . . . Lenny — carefree, truant, and freewheeling . . . ANDREA M. SCRIPTURE " Andrea " . . . found anywhere, if at all . . . sincere and colorful . . . remembers going to the office with Mr. Gibbons . . . out of gas on the expressway at midnight . . . annoyed at people who are " hip, in- tellectual and mature " . . . reading, rec- ords and drama . . . treasures her trans- parent superball ... to contribute the Gloucester House . . . DIANNE F. SHANNON " Di " . . . with Mary and Moe . . . " So!!! " . . . remembers the summer of ' 67 and Noe ' s party . . . mint green . . . skiing . . . Dianne treasures a certain ring . . . dis- likes arguments . . . " Here ' s To You " . . . pretty and popular ... is sure to be happy ... 60 ELLEN J. SHAUGHNESSY " Ellen " . . . found at the B.P.M. ... pet peeve — the Navy . . . field hockey, hockey, and working . . . " Oh brother! " . . . will remember one date in ' 69 . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . ambi- tious, friendly ... to be a physical educa- tion teacher . . . KATHLEEN SIMBLIARIS " Kathy " ... " I almost care " . . . found at the First National parking lot with Don- na, Denise, Peggy and Marty . . . green and boys . . . " I Ain ' t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore " . . . remembers a whip cream fight with Mouse and John . . . Kathy hopes to visit Florida . . . ANTON E R. SILVA " Tony " . . . found hard at work (?) ... " Yeh, right! " . . . memories of diggins us the Jr. High school field ... pet peeve — school . . . contribution to S.H.S. as a space-taker-upper . . . Tony — a quiet day- dreamer looking for a happy future . . . JOYCE M. SLATTERY " Joyce " . . . found in Brockton . . . quiet, friendly and sensitive . . pet peeve — two- faced people . . . brown, sewing and basketball . . . " Sugar, Sugar " remembers the summer of ' 69 . . . favor- ite possession — her license . . . Joyce hopes to become a teacher . . . RODNEY G. SILVA " Rod " . . . found at a certain girl ' s house . . . " Don ' t ya believe me? " . . . remem- bers a day in July ' 69 . . . dislikes Fords . . . races at the Avon " y, " . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . casual, crazy and sophisticated . . . would like to take a motorcycle trip across the country . . . hopes to become unbelievably rich and happy . . . RICHARD F. SLOWEY " Dick " . . . found most anywhere . . . remembers his first day at S.H.S. . . . " Midnight Hour . . . photography, track and a ' 51 Chevrolet ... charming, sar- castic and quiet . . . " You bet your bippy! " . . . pet peeve — big mouths . . . blue and work . . . Dick hopes to be suc- cessful . . . 61 DANIEL V. SMITH ■ " Kinky Kid " . . . blue . . . pastime sleeping! . . . " This is Taie " . . . hockey . " Purple Haze " . . . intelligent . . . quiet . ambitious . . . treasures his life . . . STEPHEN W. SMITH " Steve " . . . found on Onion Hill ... pet peeve — basketball . . . remembers the Tech Tourney . . . swimming . . . playing Matt Dillon and Googhy Googhy . . . " I ' m In With The In Crowd " . . . blue . . . Steve — exciting, sarcastic and dynam- ic ... would like to visit Plymouth Rock! ... to be happy . . . SUSAN SMITH " Suzi " . . . our ' 68- ' 69 class treasurer . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . found at a certain boy ' s house or at Stop and Shop . . . yellow . . . dislikes people tak- ing advantage of others . . . thoughtful, quiet and sincere ... a future in I.B.M. or Data Processing . . . NORMAN W. SOKOL " Norm " . . . found in Sharon . . . remem- bers seeing " Blood, Sweat, and Tears " . . . blue . . . found with a girl from Sharon . . . basketball . . . " You Made Me So Veiy Happy " . . . shy, understanding and impa- tient . . . treasures his license . . . Nonn would like to contribute to society some- thing which will benefit man . . . JOHN A. SOUSA " Crash " . . . found at the First National Parking lot ... " Are you sure! " . . . col- or — Chinese red . . . watching the Red Sox . . . remembers his first race . . . " Col- or Him Father " . . . basketball ... pet peeve — GTX ... his contribution to S.H.S. — himself . . . would like to visit the moon . . . NANCY L. SPENCER " Tracy " . . . with B.J.T. and D. . . . memo- ries of ' 69 senior reception and sum- mer vacations in Maine . . . tangerine . . . " Ticks me right off ' . . . flirting . . . dis- likes navy blue sweaters . . . talkative and happy . . . Tracy hopes to contribute love to society ... 62 BARBARA A. SPILLANE " Barb " . . . found in a ' 52 Pontiac . . . " You idget " . . . remembers the Thanks- giving game of ' 67 ... pet peeve — un- truthful people . . . football, art and horses . . . " Soul and Inspiration " . . . treasures her teddy bear . . . Barb — quiet, sophisticated, and an unmistakable charm . . . hopes to see the world . . . MARJORIE A. STERLING " Marge " . . . found in Gilchrist ' s or with Terry and Charlene . . . remembers a day in April at M.M.H.S. . . . dislikes Mon- days . . . yellow . . . basketball and cruis- ing the drag . . . " Love Is Blue " . . . " You ' re Kidding! " ... a tall, kooky, strawberry blonde who hopes to be a dental hygienist . . . HAROLD L. SPRAGUE " Lowell " . . . riding around with Earl . . . " Is that right? " . . . remembers being down south . . . blue . . . dislikes fresh- man . . . girl watching . . . baseball . . . " God Bless The Child " . . . happy, care- free and easy going . . . Lowell treasures his wallet . . . would like to visit Fort Lauderdale . . . hopes to contribute peace to our society . . . BARBARA A. STEWART " Babs " . . . found at D.J. ' s . . . " Really " . . . remembers the cape . . . yellow . . . watching the Red Sox . . . football and Black Volkswagons . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . Sophomore year our J.V. captain . . . would like to visit Scotland . . . 63 JOAN C. STEIN " Joni " . . . romantic and dreamy-eyed . . . " Hello, It ' s Me " . . . yellow . . . memories of Revere High Senior Prom . . . riding around with Val . . . treasures her St. Bernard . . . Joni hopes to make her contribution to society in biological re- search . . . DENISE A. SUGRUE " Nisi " . . . found cheering for the boys . . . blue . . . wicked . . . remembers Christmas Dance of ' 68 . . . dislikes white socks . . . " Midnight Confessions " . . . baseball ... a certain boy . . . would like to visit Spain in the future . . . happy ... a future elementary teacher . . . JANET S. SWAN SON " Jan " . . . sewing, water skiing, and swimming . . . found at Dunnington ' s or studying . . . " Hey, wait a minute " . . . treasures her waterskiis . . . " Theme from Romeo and Juhet " . . . quiet, sensitive and always sincere . . . plans to become a Home Ec. teacher . . . JUDITH A. SWEENEY " Jude " . . . petite, talkative, michievous . . . hales lop lockers . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . will visit Ire- land someday . . . treasures her diamond . . . to be happy . . . ANN L. TAGLIERI " Topo " . . . friendly and co-operative . . . " You don ' t understand " . . . Goddard Hospital . . . blue . . . pet peeve is getting up at 5:00 a.m. on weekends ... a cer- tain boy . . . would like to visit Heaven ... to be a guidance counselor . . . GARY D. THOMAS " Gary " . . . found in Marshfield . . . dis- like adults who generalize . . . friendly, dedicated, and easy going . . . " Catch ya later " . . . Gary would like to contribute eternal siimmei ' vacations to Stoiighton High . . . JOAN M. TROPEA " Joan " . . . found riding in a yellow fire bird . . . lime green . . . remember the summer of ' 69 . . . enjoys horseback rid- ing . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . would like to visit Europe . . . contri- bution to society as a nurse . . . GERI ANNE IROITA " Geri " . , . " my name Jose Jimenes " . . . " Strange! " . . . always smiling . . . dislikes rude people . . . usually found " somewhere you can ' t find me! " . . . has contributed loud, interesting corridors and a lot of laughter to S.H.S. . . . Geri — a kooky kid with a warm person- ality . . . 64 1 NANCY J. VAREIKA " Nancy " . . . " Oh, really " . . . will always remember the Junior Prom . . . found in a green M.G. . . . brown . . . pet peeve — boys in white socks . . . swimming ... a certain boy ... is sure to be happy . . . DEBORAH F. WALSH " Debbie " . . . talkative and silly ... " A Simple Song of Freedom " . . . football, reading and whistling . . . dislikes Mus- tangs . . . feels S.H.S. needs larger girls ' rooms . . . Debbie hopes to be happy . . . GAIL L. WADE " Gail " . . . friendly, talkative, and enthu- siastic . . . found with M, A, S, and J. . . . " Right! " . . . football and basketball games . . . green . . . memories of the Cape ... to visit California . . . " Imagine Me and You " . . . pet peeve — top lockers and unfriendly people . . . hopes to con- tribute her secretarial skills to society . . . NEIL J. WALSH " Neil " . . . hunting, fishing and track . . . pet peeve — homework . . . " In the Year 2525 " . . . remembers the state track meet at Franklin Stadium . . . blue . . . Neil thinks society should conserve natu- ral resources . . . PATRICIA A. WALL " Pattie " . . . blue, surfing and Harvard Square . . . dislikes people who aren ' t themselves . . . writing, reading and flying kites . . . " Chelsea Morning " . . . understanding, creative and sensitive . . . look for Pattie anywhere in Boston or Cambridge . . . hopes to contribute a rule of nonconformity to our society . . . " That ' s really great! " SUSAN M. WALSH " Sue " . . . found almost anywhere . . . " Really? " . . . remembers meeting her best friends ... pet peeve — people she can ' t figure out . . . pink and baseball . . . treasures a certain picture . . . " Up, Up and Away " . . . sports and reading . . . Sue — happy, active, and sensitive ... a future airline stewardess . . . 65 THERESA A. WALSH " Terry " . . . friendly and talkative . . . can be found with the gang . . . treasures her friends ... " I don ' t believe it! " . . . dislikes two-faced people . . . being late for class . . . Kenny ' s horn ... to be happy . . . JEANNE C. WELTON " Jean " . . . likes music, reading, and art . . . " Right! " . . . treasures her license . . . enjoys football . . . someone special . . . plans to visit England someday ... to become a computer programmer . . . MARILYN J. WARREN " Mai " . . . purple . . , found in Boston . . . " Ya, well that ' s cool " . . . thinking, leav- ing, and in love with life . . . treasures her books . . . pet peeves — prejudices and stupidity . . . " Catch the Wind " . . . gum wrapper bookcovers, Contre-Facade, and a strong belief in all freedoms . . . would like to contribute an element of peace to society . . . MAURICE F. WHITE " Moe " . . . intelligent and friendly . . . " What ' s your main function? " . . . black . . . basketball . . . listening to James Brown ... " I Can ' t Get Next To You " . . . would like to visit the South Pacific ... to raise children and become a marine biologist . . . GAYLE S. WEBSTER " Gayle " . . . found with Doss. Brenda. Patty and Deedee . . . " What a riot " . . . memories of the Cape . . . " The Impos- sible Dream " . . . skiing, sailing and yel- low ... pet peeve — gossip . . . happy and carefree . . . Gayle hopes to contribute a teaching career to society . . . DONNA WHITEHEAD " Don " . . . can ' t be found . . . remembers April and a certain someone . . . " Really? " . . . dislikes frogs . . . green . . . swimming and diving . . . gymnastics . . . " I Still Believe In Tomorrow " . . . intelli- gent, quiet, loner . . . treasures her mem- ory and knowledge . . . contributes a love of learning to S.H.S. ... to society she contributes knowledge and understand- ing ... 66 JAMES R. WHITING " James " . . . red . . . honest and reserved . . . remembers a trip to Florida . . . pet peeve — homework . . . " The Impossible Dream " . . . has contributed class dues to S.H.S. . . . Jim — content at being himself CHRISTINE A. WILLIAMS " Chris " . . . found with Eileen and the gang uptown . . . " Huh? " . . . most memo- rable experience — October of ' 67 ... pet peeve — inconsiderate people and white socks . . . football and purple . . . " Hello, It ' s Me " . . . Chris — understand- ing, friendly and funloving ... a fu- ture airline stewardess . . . DAVID WIl.C ZEWSki " Dave " . . . tennis, track and music . . . remembers beating Mansfield in tennis . . . blue . . . " Spinning Wheel " . . . trea- sures his class ring and his license ... a future music major . . . would like to contribute his ideas to society . . . CHRISTINE M. WILSON " Kris " . . . found in empty corridors . . . remembers motorcycling through Amers- foort . . . dislikes ostentatious, egotistic people ... oil painting . . . would like to contribute to society a motivation for ex- tension . . . 67 DOROTHY M. WILKINSON " Doss " . . . found with Gayle, Dee, Bren- da, and Patty . . . memories of Horseneck Beach . . . skiing, sewing, and swim- ming . . . pet peeve — being tall . . . blue . . . " Hello, It ' s Me " . . . basketball . . . independent and quiet . . . treasures a certain picture . . . will definitely be happy . . . NANCY E. WOODMAN " Betsy " . . . can be found working at Roxies . . . memories of those nights at Nantasket . . . treasures her license . . . would like to visit Canada in the future ... to be a secretary . . . DIANH C . YAITANES " Greek " . . . friendly, understanding and fun loving . . . found with Doss, Gayle, Bren and Patty . . . " Are you serious? " . . . football . . . " Hello It ' s Me " . . . memories of climbing Blue Hills . . . would like to visit Greece . . . will never forget debts owed to Mr. Bamberry . . . Dee Dee — sure to be happy. . . . DARLENE L. YOUNG " Doll " . . . talkative and silly . . . found in Sharon . . . blue . . . " In the Year 2525 " . . . hopes to visit Italy and Spain . . . " Oh my word! " . . . treasures her diamond ... a happy future. . . . GAIL A. YOUNG " Gail " . . . found at medical phar- macy or in physics shooting a monkey with Mr. Hart . . . purple and art ... jeans and moccasins . . . adept in keeping SHS confused with all her wigs . . . Gail would like to cruise around the world ... to con- tribute a painting worth more than Whisllcr ' s Mother! . . . IN MEMORIAM The theme of our 1970 Stoianian is lime — the endless odys- sey ... to many of our classmates, 1969 was another step in the passage of time . . . but to Don Greenwood, time, abruptly and cruelly, came to an end in 1969 . . . Quiet and unassuming, Donald Greenwood passed through this world for too brief a time, leaving his memory with his classmates and friends ... A good measure of the esteem in which he was held can be seen in the record amount which the student body contributed as a remem- brance and permanent memorial . . . May the passage of time ease the pain of his loss . . . May this page in the Stotonicin, years hence, serve in memoriam. Donald Greenwood 68 GIRLS STATE NOMmEES— Seated: Paula Medeiros, Karen Sammartino, Geri Trotta. Slandinf;: Christine Wilson, Judith Laub. (Karen Sammartino was the SHS delegate, Geri Trotta the alternate) OTHER HONORS— VFW Voice of Democracy Essay Contest: Judith Laub. DAR Good Citizenship Award: Geri Trotta. Betty Crocker Homemaking Award: Donna Perdigao. ROLL OF HONOR BOYS STATE NOMINEES— Seated: Alan Crosby. Michael Duffy, Frank Sereno. Standing;: Howard Liber. David Wilczewski, James Connolly. NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP— semi-finalists and finalists: James Whiting, Donna Perdigao and How- ard Liber. Letters of Commendation: Allyn McGilli- cuddy, Frank Hemeon. Stephen Ahearn. Judith Laub, and Louise Fredericksen. Louise Geiger Math Olympiad 69 JUNIOR PROM April, 1969 70 71 72 • MoUie (Lynn McGillicuddy) starts to lose her inhibitions . . . (Photo: F. Maioli) Girltalk in the dorm . . . (Photo W. Guertin) SENIOR PLAY Holly Maries, Andrea Scripture, Lynn McGillicuddy, Dick Mandell. Dick Eagles (Photo: F. E. Maioli) 74 Linda Ledin is congratulated on winning her first stage role at auditions . . . (Photo: W. Guertin) ys Dick Eagles receives advice from Bill Kell . . . (Photo: Maioli) 76 Most Talkative Jim Maher Patty Noe Most Likely To Succeed Lynn McGillicuddy Alan Crosby Most Individualistic Mai Warren Warren Paradise Most Athletic Karen Kelleher John O ' Donnell SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Quietest Kerin Proctor Jeff Huggard Most Talented Ronnie DiGangi Donna Merola 80 81 CLASS WILL We, members of the class of nineteen-hundred and seventy, being of sound mind and acting without undue influence on the part of others, do hereby commit to posterity, our Last Will and Testament: Bequests . To Stoughton High School: Tim Crepeau leaves his wolf-call in the corridors of S.H.S. Janet Gay leaves locker 100 because she can ' t take it with her. Lyn McGillicuddy, Paula Medeiros and Donna Perdigao leave the groove. Dan Polillio leaves an ash tray for the 2nd floor D-building basement. Lenny Settlers leaves S.H.S. a lot of class. Danny Smith leaves the D-building clocks. Barb Stewart leaves " U71027 " . . To the Faculty: To Mr. Bell, Mary Knapp leaves a comb and Dianne Shannon leaves a can of hairspray. Mr. Cabral receives a special note of thanks for all those Wednesday mornings off from Gary Thomas; also, Cathy Gallagher leaves Mr. C. confused (or is it the other way around?) Miss Cannon is heir of Jackie Larsen to all fingers caught in office machines. Kathy Simbliaris leaves Mr. Chamberlain to whomever can put up with him. To Mr. Edmonston, Pat Callahan leaves her wig. Barb Keileher leaves a slice of salami, and Tracy Spencer leaves a shower curtain. Mr. Hart receives Rita Lanigan ' s memories of reveille in Physics Class. To Mr. Holbert, Tom Kizner leaves 3 bottles of HCL, 2 bottles of NaDH and one bottle of Bromo Seltzer. Mr. H. also inherits Diane Clifford ' s and Margaret Megalitis ' dungarees. The music department is left in the capable hands of Mr. Legrow, by Dick Mandell who feels Mr. L. may possibly be able to direct it himself. " Ma " Lombardi is left by Maureen Purcell to other fortunate cheerleaders. Miss Maclntyre shall be heir to a book of passes left by Diane Cleary, Kathy Doherty and Bette Meier. Kathy Ceruti and Danielle Homer leave Mr. McLellan ' s room . . . with a heavy heart, while Alan Ames leaves him a course in Defensive Driving. To Mr. Perdigao, Denise Entner leaves a dime for his phone calls. Mr. Stott receives a script to be memorized in four days from Joyce Rubin. Mr. Willis inherits an orthographic bagel from Joel Rossman. 82 . To the Underclassmen: Debi Anderson leaves an unused softball mitt for a fellow bench warmer. Andi Badeau leaves her paint brushes to Cheryl Ann. Pete Banis leaves the end of the bench to next year ' s back-up goal-tender. Dale Bishop leaves his 4-year old gym socks to his sister Dee-Dee. Mary Canavan leaves her V.A.O. award to the girl most likely to carry on: Moe Hartery. Al Crosby leaves " Face " to anyone who wants it. Bob Cugno leaves Carol Crocetti a new movie: " Bob Janet, Carl Betsy. " Bob Dyke leaves his empties to Ed Cohenno. Steve Jacobs leaves George Perry good Chinese food and good women. Russ Fichera leaves sixty pounds to his little brother Mikey. Elaine Gambrazzio leaves her great attendance to anyone who wants it. The Gloucester Girls leave an open invitation to those who qualify. Louise Geiger leaves a worn slide rule to anyone who wants to pass Physics. Helen Henderson leaves Renee a permanent pass to the cafeteria. Kathy Horn leaves her father in the boy ' s locker room. Lynne Kearney and Ellen Lunsford leave their murals to future decoration committees. Marty Kwedor leaves his monogrammed beermug to any underclassman whose initials are M.J.K. Jean Mahoney leaves some Biology charts for two more innocent paramecium- lovers. Mervina Moran leaves Brian Turner. Kevin Ouinn gives his wrestling uniform to Gary Alaqua. Dyanne Robertson leaves her yearbook Senior Section Editorship to any underclassman who is dumb enough to want to take on 350 seniors. . Individual Statements: Flo Crowley leaves . . .! Janice King leaves Chip ' s car at 3 in the morning. Jim Littlefield has a hard time leaving the boy ' s locker room. Ada Molea, Val Oaks and Joni Stein leave an empty parking space miles away from the school. Andrea Scripture leaves feeling a bit nostalgic in spite of herself. Jim Whiting leaves S.H.S. . . . permanently. Mr. Sarno leaves the class of 1970 the remaining stuffed animals (P.S. you ' ll see them at the first class reunion.) . The Class of 1970 leaves: To S.H.S. — our sophomore sit-ins. To the Cafeteria — a replacement for the " Bouncer " To the Faculty— a QUICK-RECOVERY card. To the Underclassman — a key to the basements. 83 This year Stoughton celebrated the first Homecoming Day. The event was high- Hghted by the Stoughton-Foxboro football game. In addition to the football game, other features included a tribute to coaches in our grid history and the men who captained the teams; the crowning of a Homecoming Queen; with the day cul- minating in the Annual Senior Class Spaghetti Supper. Carol Hejduk won the honor as first Homecoming Queen in a school-wide election. Among the men saluted were SHS ' s two " winningest " coaches: Mr. Burke, a coach for 20 years, and Mr. Twomey, a successful coach for over 10 years. 84 HOMECOMING QUEEN, COURT AND ESCORTS— Court of Honor: Linda Noyes, Christine Williams, Queen Carol Hejduk, Patricia Gay, Theresa DeAnd- rade, Barbara Kelleher. Escorts: Lawrence Kenney, Frank Sereno. Gary Thomas, Steven Jacobs, Kevin Quinn, Steven Smith. Queen Carol Hejduk receives flowers at mid-field during the half-time ceremonies from Coach Twomey (left) while Coach Burke looks on. 85 ART 86 87 They ' re all that ' s left you. I have a photograph . . . Preserve your memories (Simon and Garfunkel Bookends) SCHOOL COMMITTEE STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE Seated: Kenneth Hill, Secretary: George Rist. Chairman; Mrs. John Blomstrom; Seated: John McGiUiciiddy; Joseph H. Gibbons, Superintendent of Schools; Dr. Thomas Recupero; Richard McKay, Assistant Superintendent of Schools. STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS March 23, 1970 To Che CUss of 1970: As Chairman of the Stoughcon School ConnnLctee and as an alumnus of the Stoughtun High School, it is a great pleasure for me to convey Che very best of good wishes to the members of the Class of 1970 on the com- pletion of your high school education. On behalf of the citizens of SCoughton who are in effect represented by the School Conmittee. I hope that your future example and achievements reflect In their success the great Investment that has been made in your future by your consitunity. Always has your welfare been in our minds in advancing an educational program devoted to meeting your intellectual and physical needs. Excel- lence has been our aim in providing for your total faculty and the facilities that have been your educational home for these many years. Preserve a sense of pride in your school, a sense of dedica- tion to your country and a feeling of loyalty toward your classraaces and faculty. Remember well your responsibility of handing on the torch of learning to succeeding generations as those of ages past have kindled that torch for you. Be true to yourselves and remember always the plight of others. Urge through responsible community action the end of man ' s Inhumanity to man and help to build a bridge of understanding between your generation and the generations that have preceded you. ge M. Chair School Commit 90 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS March 20, 1970 To the Class of 1970: The quest for excellence and se 1 f - f u t f i 1 !men t is a never-ending journey. Yours is the first graduating class Co venture into the decade of the seventies, and yours represents the one-hundred and first class to be graduated from the Stoughton High School. To assume the traditions of history and to view clearly the demands of a rapidly advancing future are most important elements in your lives. To be aware of the impress of the knowledge explosion upon your generation and future generations is a vital task for you and for the Stoughton Public Schools. Certainly you have attained an education- al legacy which must be tested, improved upon and passed on to succeed- ing generations. For the betterment of your nation, your community and your personal lives, you must collectively and individually seek to maintain high and rational standards, along with a continuing sense of deep intellectual curiosity. Never cease to examine; never stop seek- ing ul t imate truth . While the attainment of a High School Diploma is a most sig- nificant event, an even more critical issue is the extent to which your invo 1 vemen t in and exposure to the educational experiences of the Stoughton Public School System has made you a better person. Hopefully, you have been prepared to participate actively and sensibly in our great democratic society. If you have developed a genuine concern for other people, then your diploma and your total educational experience have a really significant meaning. In closing, may I extend to each of you my best wishes for your future success and happiness. Sincerely. ■ ' Joseph H. Gibbons SupE. of Schools 91 HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Thomas McDermott Director of l ibrary Services 92 To The Class of 1970: Congratulations. You have just completed the first major educational step in the fulfillment of your goals. The experiences you had in the classrooms, in the aud- itorium, in the gymnasium, and on the athletic fields have all contributed to your training. You have also experienced many changes in the student code of behavior. Many restrictions were modified or deleted entirely. These changes were made necessary by newer concepts of acceptable dress and behavior. We are pleased that you were able to experience these changes and that you were able to adjust so well to them. Through the news media, your generation has also been exposed to many activi- ties which involved students and which took place in high schools and on college campuses. You know of campus unrest, protest, dissent and, unfortunately, vio- lence. The existence of hostility between the students and the school or college is an indication of a breakdown in communications and effective education. These are trying times for all of us. I am very confident that the problems can be resolved to the satisfaction of the great majority. It is imperative, however, that we attempt to resolve these problems within the legal framework of our society. The use of force does not improve one ' s understanding and attitude. We must substitute reason for violence. We must realize that laws are a necessary part of a civilized society. We must learn to establish and maintain a real sense of values. May I wish all of you the very best. Accept your challenges. Respect your fellow man. Have faith in yourselves and others. And you, too, will have happy and fruitful lives. Peter J. Sperandio, Ed.D. Principal 93 94 OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT HOT LUNCH PERSONNEL— Mrs. Rita Sanders, Mrs. Jeanetle McArdle, Mrs. ELIZABETH PIETRO JEANNE M. FLEMING Marion Giles, Mrs. Margaret Berry, Mrs. Lillian Altonen, Mrs. Helene Lehan, Mrs. Beverly Reyyiana. Mrs. Josephine DeFabio. MODEL CONGRESS— Paula Olsiewski, Ar- mand Baptista, James McLaughlin, Mrs. La- fayette, Advisor; Kathy Carpenter. MATH COMPETITION— F W! row: Louise Fredericksen, Paula Olsiewski, Kathy Carpen- ter, Judith Laub. Back row: Howard Liber, Ibrahim Mustafa, Armand Baptista, Mr. Aalpoel, Advisor. STOUGHTON YOUTH CENTER— Charter members of the Management Board: Gary Thomas, Kathy Carpenter, Deborah Rudis. Cathy Mason. 96 100 MR. RODRIQUES Mechanical Drawing 106 Robert Inman DRAMA COMPETITION HN ' I RY— Last War: Donna Per- digao, Dick Mandell. James Colman, Linda Dugas, Bill Kell, Lynn McGillicuddy, Carole Saunders. At top: Dick Eagles, Leslie Frazier. SPEECH-DRAMA THESPIAN SOCIETY— F w; row: Donna Merola, Kathy Carpenter, Donna Perdigao, Linda Dugas, Paula Medeiros, Anne Benjamin. Second row: Bob Frizelle, Anita Fradine, Andrea Scripture, Audrey McGillicuddy, Mary Canavan, Karen Sweeney. Third row: Bob Inman, Dick Eagles, Jean Dunfey. Holly Marks, Dianne Alves, Frank Jay. Fourth row: AUyn McGillicuddy, Karen Fredericksen, Kathy Horn. 1 10 DEBATE SOCIETY: — Sealed: Tom Bowker, Gary Brooks,, Bob Sweeney, Diane Alves, Mrs. Dolan, Advisor. Staiulini;: Richard LaFrance, Dick Eagles, Donna Merola, Donna Perdigao, Bernice Blatt, James Rusilko, Michele Andolina. Not Present: Howard Gray. Tournament of Plays: Carole Saunders, Best Supporting Actress; Richard Eagles. Best Actor: Leslie Eraser, Best Actress: James Colman. Best Sup- porting Actor: Winning play: The Class of 1970 entry " The Last War. " " GOLDEN APPLES IN THE SUN " — O i Floor: Donna Merola. Anita Fradine, Sue Crocker. Debbie Rudis; Playitia Guitar: Sandy Andresen. Stancliiii;: Martin Rich. Scene from " Land of Dragons " — Children ' s Theatre which " toured " elementary schools. Donna Merola Sue Arrigo, Bob Frizelle, Audry Mc- Gillicuddy, Dick Eagles, Leslie Eraser. ( " Golden Apples " ) Dick Eagles " GOLDEN APPLES . . . " (Rod McKuen) — Charlie Brown Scene: Jim Rusiiko, Madonna Boclair, Linda Trespas, Susan Arrigo. Lyn Atkinson. Ronald Chait. Donna Perdigao 112 113 CHEERLEADERS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front row: Lisa LaCasse (mascot). Second row: Barbara Kelleher, Denise Sugrue, Mary Reilly. Third row: Maureen Purcell, Ellen Hines, Donna DiRusso, Mervina Moran, Marie Moran. Fourth row: Donna Sangiolo, Jackie Ott, Susanne Bucaria, Donna Price, Susan Limbey. M;ii v RcilK " Donna DiRusso Denise Sugrue l-i iii row: Kathy ( ase, Maiy Ott, Joan Peteison, Peggy Pollaa), Mai Hllen LX)hci ly, Marilyn Kwedor. Second row: Jean Brennan, Diane Frazer, Maggie Gay, Peggy Noe, Jane Farley, Kim Mead. 1 15 Front row: Jayne Edinonston (mascot). Second row: Janice Stockus, Ginny Delello. Holly Hill. Mary Kilgoar. Mary Kawaky. Third row: Susan Snowdaie, Brenda Fernald, Nikki Ostis, Diane Sestito, Paula Olsiewski. MARCHING BAND DRILL TEAM Donna Perdigao (Co-captain), Lyn McGillicuddy (Co-captain), Ann Callanan, Kathy Mason, Debbie Rudis. Cand Dykeman, Diane Alves, Andrea Scripture (Co-captain). 117 Front Row: Katherine Mackie, Treasurer; Donna Merola. I ' resident; Miss Wells. Ad isor; Mr. Santoro, Advisor; Ann Callanan, Secretary; Kathleen Callanan. Vice-President. Second Row: Michelle Dmohowski, Diane Walsh, Joanne Ralston. Elen Falcone, Susan Gustafson, Mary Ellen Brace, Joyce Kolinski, Mary Ambrose, Elizabeth Root. Third Row: Susan Briggs, Cathleen Grover, Jean Comita, Marian Vanston, Jean McCarthy, Deborah Saetz, Barbara Gair, Barbara DeVito. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB CLINIC AIDES Barbara Ceruti, Joanne Gaudet, Claudia Ullock. Janice Stockiis, Merrill Mastin. karen Wil- strom, Susan Green, Pauline Griffin, Valerie DeCosta. and Mrs. Vogel. 118 SKI CLUB CHESS CLUB Seated: Howard Gray, Frank Jay. Staiuli ii;: Bob Sweeney. Mr. McLellan. Advisor; Tom Gillon. 1 19 STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL — From row: Donna Botsch, Karen Carlsen. Jean Donoghue, Helen Henderson. Jane Morris, Joan Cheverie, Brian Duffy, Treasurer; Donna Merola, Linda Daniels. Third row: Thomas Har- Kathy Carpenter, Vice-President; Lynn McGillicuddy. greaves. Rich Hopkins, Armand Baptista, Kevin Quinn, Secretary; Gary Thomas, President; Mrs. Lafayette, Ad- Kevin Connolly, Nancy Connolly, Joanne Cerri, Deb- visor. Second row: Candy Dykeman, Karen Sammartino, orah Rudis. 120 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY— F o (7 row: Linda Dugas, Kathy Carpenter, Paula Olsiewski, Holly Hill, Cathy Mason, Mary Kilgoar, Ellen Jane Lunsford, Jane Penardi. Second row: Mr. Cabral, Advisor; Amy Barnard, Judith Laub, Kathy Cronin, Christine Wilson, Ann Copley, Diane Krul, Richard Mandell, Mrs. Savicki, Advisor. Third row: Armand Baptista, Stephen Ahern, Howard Liber, John Nieskens, Frank Jay, Alan Crosby, Louise Fredericksen, Louise Geiger, Paula Medeiros. NHS 1970 INDUCTEES— F o ; row: Mary Ambrose, Claire McCorrison, Carolyn Ransom, Dolores Nolan, Susan Brien, Deborah Medeiros, Jane Morris. Second row: Jackie Ott, Ellen Hausammann, Donna Price, Linda MacKeen, Ellen Hannon, Rose Ann Canavan, Gail Wade, Jeanne Welton. Third row: Donna Perdigao, Ellen Hines, John Mullett, Ronald Chait, Bill Feeney, Tim Clancy, Keith Noble. Geri Trotta President 121 CHORUS — Girls (left) Front row: Susan Green, Deane Comita, Elena Falcone. Theresa Rodrigues. Second row: Mary Ellen Brace, Jill Marks, Marie Flanagan, Anita Fradine. Third row: Barbara Churchill, Joyce Mandell, Sandra Clark, Vicki Tobin. Foiirili row: Jeanne Dunfey, Elizabeth Knowles, Kathy Horn. Boys (center) front row: John Kearns, Bob Audlee, Dick Mandell. Second row: Walter Andruchow, Tom O ' Connor, K en Gay. Third row: Dick Soper, Bob Smith, Steve Wilczewski. Girls (right) front row: Dianne Alves, Nancy Rodriques, Gail Ilaqua, Anne Callanan, Dale Medeiros, Mr. Le- Grow. Second row: Holly Marks, Sue Areezzoni, Mary Ann Preskenis, Kathy Callanan. Third row: Suann Col- man, Marian Feingold, Michelle Levy. SEMBSBA AUDITION WINNERS — Steve Wilczewski. Mary Ellen Brace, Dianne Krul. Dick Mandell, Dave Wilczewski. MUSIC CONCERT BAND— WOODWIND SECTION— Fro ir row: Dick Man- dell. Jeanne Welton, Ann Taglieri, Bob Audlee. Second row: Richard Carter, Susan Teed, Jajne Cameron, Jill Marks, Bob Smith. Standing: Mr. LeGrow, Dave Wilczewski, Steve Wilczewski, Walter Andruchow, Ken- neth Gay. 122 CONCERT BAND— PERCUSSION SECTION— sinissi. Belon:- Robert Atlas, Lynette Dion. David Oro. Above: Mr. LeGrow, Steve Driscoll, Don Bigelow, Debra Martineau, Susan Ardizzoni, Karen Kriil, James David Gerardi, John Dominic. Bob Inman. Peter Pas- Colman. 123 CRUSADER CONTRIBUTORS— 5cfl?« .- Tom Connolly, Donna Perdigao, Stuart Dan- iels, Photography; Mr. Tapper, Publications Advisor. Standing: Claire McCorrison, Carolyn Ransom, Mary Killgoar, Paula Medeiros, Jackie Ott, Marie Kimtis. The Crusader is a magazine devoted to featuies and opinion. JOURNALISM MAINSTREAMS REVIEW BOARD— Paula Olsiewski, Karen Sammartino, Managing Edi- tor; Mary Lou O ' Neil; Armand Baptista. Main- streams is the literary magazine, published an- nually. SEMAPHORE CORRESPONDENTS— 5e«?a .- Donna Merola. Speech-Drama; Kathy Car- penter, Student Council; Cathy Mason, Features; Linda Bernard. Class News. StanJini;: Dan- ielle Homer, Girls Sports; Dolores Nolan, Girls Sports; Delhia Vieira, News; Linda McCart- ney, News; Mr. Tapper, Publications Advisor. The Semaphore is a newspaper published on an average of twice a month. 124 SPORTS BUREAU— Bob Sweeney. Dolores Nolan, Danielle Homer. Richard Smith, Editor; The Sports Bureau is responsible for maintaining sports results and statistics, and for preparing news stories for the local newspapers. PUBLICATIONS PRINTING STAFF— Ray Flaherty, Antone Silva, Charles Hainley, Errol Austin, Richard Leopardi. Not present: John Sousa. Mr. Tar- danico ' s Graphics Arts class is responsible for the Semaphore and the Cru- sader. Faith Audlee Editor, Semaphore 125 LITERARY STAFF — From ion-: Carolyn Ransom, Sandi Savini, Kathy Horn, Louise Geiger, Janet Gay, Jackie Larsen, Jean Mahoney, Gary Thomas, Wendy Gay, Lynne Kearney. Second row: Danielle Homer, Pat Wall, Dick Mandell, Rich Leopardi, Ellen Lunsford, Donna Coffey, Andi Badeau. Carol Hejduk, Chip Mc- Laughlin, Cathy Gallagher, Patia Campbell. Mr. Tapper. Third row: Dyanne Robertson, Lea Ottaviani, Louie O ' Neil, Margaret Murphy, Georgia Pappas, Patty Gay, Gayle Webster, Bob 0 " Donnell. Geri Trotta. STOTONIAN BUSINESS STAFF — f- ' roiii row: Joyce Slattery. Elizabeth Knowle , Charlie Ahern, Mark Klim, Helen Henderson. Janet Gay. Second row: Chip McLaughlin. Joanne McCormack, Maurice White, Linda Noyes, Marelyn Griffin, Ruth McCormack, Mr. Dubow, Business Advisor. Heather Hill, Faculty Editor. Joan Stein, Senior Staff; and K Donna D i R u s s o , Assistant H Sports Editor. w 126 STOTANIAN EDITORIAL BOARD— Front row: Mr. Tapper, Advisor; Louise Geiger, Editor-in-Chief; Ellen Lunsford, Art Editor; Wendy Gay, Filler Editor; Kathy Horn, Activity Editor; Jean Ma- honey, Underclass Editor; Linda Noyes, Bookkeeper. Second row: Charles Ahern, Business Manager; Mark Klim, Advertising Manager; Richard Leopardi, Sports Editor; Richard Mandell, Assist- ant Senior Editor; Dyanne Robertson, Senior Editor; Gary Thomas, Production Manager; Georgia Pappas, Assistant Production Manager; Elizabeth Knowles, Circulation Manager. Mr. Tapper, SHS Publications Advisor, and Editor-in-Chief Louise Geiger review copy as a deadline approaches (and passes?) TYPING STAFF— 5 t ' «f ( ' .• Jean Finnerty, Debbie Walsh, Gale Wade, Editor; Jeanne Welton, Editor; Theresa Walsh. Standini;: Susan Courteau, Dianne Beddia, Melanie Blanchard, Mary O ' Reilly, Judith Sweeney, Ellen Redmond, Joanne Quadros. 127 128 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM— 1969— F o i row: Peter Banis, Paul Makris, James Pooler, Manuel Cachopa, Joseph Rafalko, Alan Crosby, John O ' Don- neli, Richard Fitzpatrick, Errol Austin, Daniel Locke, Ken Gilipatrick, Joseph Curley, Michael Duffy. Second row: George Perry, James Allen, Gerald Audlee, Joseph Powers, Kevin Kelly, Albert DiStefano, John Atkinson, Brian Rist, Peter Tripp. Brian Moriarty, Richard Leo- pardi. Manager. Third row: Harris Tracy, William Tot- man, Charles Dugan, Richard Zavvalich, Bruce Powell, Ray Kowalsky, Fred Nelson, Robert Kiiduff. Fourth row: Milton DeVaughn, Kevin Connelly, Mark Pistor, Kevin Traynor, Harold Chandler, Paul Zimbone, Jeff Little. iXoi present: Martin Kwedor, Neil Walsh. FOOTBALL John O ' Donnel .Man Crosb 130 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL— Fron row: Peter Massey (Manager), Gary Ducot, John Belliveau, Tom Cassidy, Chuck Leonard, Ross Schubarth, David Werowski, George Price, John Stewart, Mark O ' Day, Bob Gillpatrick, Ken Powers, Steve Dugan. Second row: Coach John Downs, Coach Steve Woodruff, Tony Chandler, Bob O ' Hare, Bob King, Ken Connors, Randy White, Tom Cheverie, Mark Rudis, Kevin Cadell, David Soper, John Cassidy. Third row: Bob Brennan, Ed Rodrigues, Ed Robinson, Tim Hathaway. Paul Rogers, Mike Tobin, Don Jasman, Dean Czerwonka, Bill Murphy, Bill McNeill. Fourth row: Steve McHugh, David Volpe, Joe Karo, Jack Gaffney. 133 VARSITY OPPONENT 24 Oliver Ames 24 21 King Philip 6 10 Franklin 12 31 Mansfield 0 51 Blue Hills 0 14 North Attleboro 0 21 Canton 8 Second, Hockomock League Won 6, Lost 1, Tied 1 JUNIOR VARSITY OPPONENT 6 Oliver Ames 46 0 Sharon 12 6 King Philip 24 6 Franklin 2I 20 Blue Hills 14 20 Mansfield 14 Won 2, Lost 4 FRESHMEN OPPONENT 8 Oliver Ames 20 6 Sharon g 6 King Philip 32 6 Franklin 16 14 Mansfield 6 0 North Attleboro 28 0 Canton g Won 1, Lost 6 136 CROSS-COUNTRY Front row: Eric Campbell, David Atkinson, Jim Connelly, Charlie Ahem, David Wilczewski, Don Bigelow. Second row: Karl Buschenfeldt, Bill Foley, Rich Hopkins, Bob Brousseau, Bob Overstreet. Third row: Kevin Wilczewski, Coach Dave Snyder, John Foley. DAVID WILCZEWSKI JIM CONNOLLY (Co-Captain) CHARLES AHERN (Co-Captain) 137 FIELD HOCKEY Ellen Shaughnessy Barbara Doucet, Karen Hansen, Gail Jackman, Barbara Rogers. Second row: Geri Trotta, Karen Kelleher. Ellen Shaughnessy, Danielle Homer, Marie Kimtis, Maureen McArdle, Dolores Nolan, Ellen Hausammann, Mrs. Parnes, Coach. 139 JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY— f o i? row: Susan Teed, Nancy Connolly, Jean McCarthy, Mary Cotter. Back row: Marjorie Bartlett, Paula Taglieri, Janice Staula, Claudia Baptista, Mrs. Parnes, Coach. 141 VARSITY BASKETBALL— f o ; row: Martin Kwedor. Jim Maher, Steve Smith, Captain; Frank Sereno, Cap- tain; Richard Fitzpatriciv. William Lyons. Second row: Milton De Vaughn, Bruce Powell, Mike Roche, Jim Lin- delof, Jeff Russell, Coach Don Edmonston. Third row: Richard Smith, Manager; Richard Leopardi. Manager: William Hunt. VARSITY BASKETBALL Frank Sereno. C o-Captain WAWSk Bill Lyons n Steve Smith Co-Captain 144 FRESHMEN BASKETBALL TEAM-1970-F,w; ron- Steven Panico, Paul Laverghetta, Paul Rogers, Timothy Hathaway, Mark Abramowicz. John Callan. Second row: Coach Steven McDermott, Gary Carter, Bob Shea, 145 Bob Ness, Richard Donovan. Assistant Coach- Burnes DeVaughn 70. Third row: David Soper. Bob Driscoll Charles Leonard, Bob O ' Hare, Ross Schubarth, Paul Ab- ramowicz. IS JUNIOR VARSITY Won 12, Lost 8 SHS FRESHMEN— Season ' s Record Won 12, Lost 4 Tournament Record Freshmen 42 Our Lady of Newton 29 Freshmen 54 Matignon 5 1 (overtime) Freshmen 48 Catholic Memorial 41 (semi-final) SHS Freshmen 82, Northeast Junior High (Somerville) 73, (Final) National Police Relief Association Invitational Basketball Tournament Champions Most Valuable Player Award: Richard McCormack VARSITY OPPONENT 49 Bishop Feehan 39 40 Foxboro 60 62 Newburyport 60 58 Oliver Ames 69 80 Mansfield 57 70 Franklin 60 56 Canton 58 39 Sharon 50 51 North Attleboro 56 68 King Philip 52 74 Blue Hills 59 62 Foxboro 44 55 Oliver Ames 56 66 Mansfield 40 60 Franklin 75 40 Canton 54 47 Sharon 53 63 North Attleboro 85 48 King Philip 53 58 Bishop Feehan Won 9. Lost 1 1 46 146 Front row: Dolores Nolan, Karen Kelleher, Diane Yaitanes, Co-Captain; Ellen Hausammann, Co-Captain; Terry Bickford, Dorothy Wilkinson. Second row: Mary Cotter, Denise Carrara, Patia Campbell, Karla Hanrahan, Miss Helen Lombardi, Coach. Back row: Gail Jackman, Barbara Ducet, Barbara Rogers. GIRLS BASKETBALL 147 148 GIRLS BASKETBALL— 1970 PRE-SEASON GAMES VARSITY 34 56 53 33 46 42 39 47 46 35 28 56 40 Rockland Milton Braintree Canton Sharon North Attleboro | King Philip Pre-season record: won 6, lost 1 LEAGUE GAMES Foxboro Oliver Ames Mansfield Franklin Canton Sharon North Attleboro King Philip League Record: won 7, lost 1 TOURNAMENT Canton ' ' k Framingham North Tournament Record: won I . lost 1 (semi-finals) Overall Record: won 14, lost 3 OPPONENT 32 38 26 37 30 23 26 47 43 18 29 29 32 18 19 29 50 150 Front row: B. Capen, N. Dunham, T. Eastman, R. Zawalich, D. Voipe, B. Jardin, S. Margarite, G. Price, B. Moriarty, J. T. O ' Connor, H. Tracy. C. Jay, K. Connolly, J. Pooler, M. Atkinson, R. Samuels, Coach Cullen. Third row: R. Ratliff, M. Cachopa, R. White. Second row: Assistant Coach Woodruff, Kelly, B. Brady, K. Quinn. K. Gillpatrick. B. Roscoe. WRESTLING Jim Pooler 151 Nelson Dunham Tom O ' Connor Kevin Quinn WRESTLING Player R. White P. Makris J. Pooler R. Zawalich H. Tracy T. Eastman M. Cachopa N. Dunham T. O ' Connor K. Gillpatrick B. Roscoe R. Samuels B. Moriarty C. Jay 1970 WRESTLING RECORD Pins Decisions Ties Points 36 30 26 24 21 16 8 6 6 5 5 3 9 Team Record: Won 2, lost 8 ICE HOCKEY ICE HOCKEY— 1970 SQUAD— F o ; row: Mike An- Piatowski, Don Coffey, Ed McMenimon, Joe Powers, dolina, Manager: Butch Batte, John O ' Donnell, Larry Steve Jacobs, Charles Ahern. Kevin Abramson. George Kenny, Captain; Peter Banis. Dick Fitzgerald, Alternate Perry, Paul Gerbick, Paul Dennison, Mike Andolina, Captain; Phil Cooper, Alternate Captain; Joe Rafalko. Assistant Coach. Back row: Coach, Dave Snyder; Doug Campbell, Paul Phil Cooper 154 Butch Batte Joe Rafalko 155 SEASON ' S RECORD STOUGHTON OPPONENT 156 Front row: Anne Fitzpatrick. Cheryl Blatt, Patricia Ta glieri. Mary Gray, Deborah Guertin, Marianne Nichols, Joyce Mahoney, Stacey Apostle, Co-Captain; Morise, Holly Hill, Patricia Green, Anita Ceven, Judy Joan Peterson, Co-Captain; Lynn Hoadley, Pamela Bui- Grant. Mrs. Lucille Parnes, Coach. Team members not lard, Joiinne Rocci. Julie Converse. Back row: Paula present jar picture: Brenda Fernald. Bernice Blatt. 157 158 John CiuUa, Treasurer; Linda Bernard, Vice-President; Paula Olsiewski, Secretary; Steve Margarite, President; Mrs. Flanagan, Advisor. CLASS OF 1971 JUNIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COM M ITTEE— f to j Mason, Jackie Ott, Julie Converse, Janis Stockus. Mrs. row: Ellen Hannon, Donna Sangiolo, Patty Case, Paula Flanagan. Third row: Bob Doherty, Keith Weeman. Olsiewski, Linda Bernard, Steve Margarite, Linda Dugas, Mike Colder, Donald Eagles, Bill Hunt. Steve Clark. Sue Limby. Second row: Donna Price, Joanne Rossi, Richard Smith. Debbie Moran, Denise Anderson, Sue Bucaria, Cathy 160 B-204 First row: Ethan Allen, James Allen, Diane Alves, Rocco Amaru, Denise Anderson. Second row: Sta- cey Apostle, Darlene Araujo, Lynn Atkinson, Rob- ert Atlas, Faith Audlee. Tltiid low: Annand Bap- tista, Nancy Batchelder, Kathleen Belcher, Mark Bellueau, Linda Bentley. Fourth row: Linda Ber- nard, Donald Bigelow, Roseann Bindbeutel, Rita Black, Craig Blaizis. Fifth row: Richard Blood, Ma- donna BoClaire. B-205 First row: John Bomhard, Robert Bosse, Allan Bourgeois, David Brezner, Teresa Briody. Second row: Robert Brown, Joanne Burns, Andrea Cali- guire, Anne Calianan, Nancy Cameron. Tliird row: Eric Campbell, Nada Caplan, Elaine Carapaul Cara- tazzola. Karen Carlsen. Fourth row: Kathleen Car- penter, Patricia Case, James Casserly, Bernard Bow- ley. Cynro Botsu. JUNIORS D201 First Row: Joseph Castaldi, Barbara Ceriiti. Anita Ceven, Nancy Ceven, Robert Chaples. Second row: Marsha Cheverie, Richard Chrismer, Marie Chris- topher, John Ciulla, Stephen Clark. Third row: Thomas Clark, Neal Clinch, Edward Cohenno, Lorraine Colbert, Kyle Colby. Fourth row: Irene Conley, Julie Converse, Teresa Costa, Jean Coulter, Susan Cowgill. Fifth row: Janice Crawford, Kath- leen Crean, Frances Crosby, Arnold Cullman, Francis Cushing. Sixth row: Joanne Czerwonka, Carl Crocetti. 161 D-202 -7 s n w: Sherrill Dagenais, Valorie De- a)sta. Manuel Deandrade, William De- liica. Lynette Dion, Linda Dirusso. Robert Doheity. Jiunes EX)stoomian, Barbara Doucet. Bruce Douglass. Tliinl row: Deb- orah CX)uney, Jan Doxtader. Linda Dugas. Debra Dupuis. Fom ili row: Mai7- anne Duval. William Duval. D-203 First row: Candace Dykeman, Douglas Eames, Debra Ewing, Catherine Fager- berg, Michelle Fay. Second row: Richard Fedorowich, Antonia Ferraioli, Louis Ferio, Elaine Flaherty, Michael Flatto. Third row: Kathleen Foley, Gary Forres- ter, Raymond Forsyth, Anita Fradine, Karen Fredericksen. Fourth row: John Freitas, Robert Frizelle, Jane Gaitley, Patricia Gallagher, Barbara Garrick. Fifth row: Michael Gay. 9. ' b ' Dow ' - D-204 ■ ' ;V.s ;( ii-.- Rosemary Giles. William Gil- lespie, Thomas Ciillon, Debbie CJionet, Michael Gokler. Second row: Howard Ciray, Linda Cirecn, Patricia Cireen. Mi- chele Greene. Third row: Susjin Greene, Janet Grenon. Richard Griecx), Pauline Griflin. Fourth row: Joanne Ciusciora. Donna Hadles, Ellin Hannon. Karen Hansen. Linda Hargrea es. Fiflli row: Roscann Harju. Mark Hartery. Ellen Hausiuiimann. 162 D-205 First row: Holly Herbowy, Diane Herr, Holly Hill, Ellen Hines, Ralph Homer. Second row: Timothy Horrigan, Thomas Howlett, Williiun Hunt. David Hvoslef, Gail Jackman. Third row: Francine Jardin, Sheila Jardin, Jeanette Johnson, Gary Jordan. Keith Jorgenson. Fourth row: Linda Joyal, Pamela Kalton, Michael Kearns, Kathleen Kelley, Barry Kesselman. CLASS OF 1971 D-206 First row: Robert Kilduff, Mary Kill- goar, Cynthia Kimits, Stephen Kirkpat- rick, Linda Kolbe. Second row: Lynnette Lacivita, Nancy Lane, Debra Lang, Doro- thy Langer, Donna Marie Lessa. Third row: Diana Letourneau, Catherine Lewis, Susan Limbey. C larence Little, Roxanne Locantore, Gerald Leaver. D-207 First row: Arlene Lubow, Robert Maccombie, Donna Mackeen, Su- san Malinosky, Wyman Mann. Second row: Stephen Margarite, Catherine Mason, Merrell Mastin, Linda McCarthy. Joanne McCor- mick. Third row: Claire McCorri- st)n. Janice McKenna, Karen Mc Laughlin, George McNeill. Joseph McStowe. Fourth row: WilliaJii Mears, Kevin Merriam, Beth M ichael , Nancy Molea.Gary M(K)rs, Deborah Moran. Susan Mc- Donald, Michael McDonoiigh. 163 D208 First row: Janet Mulhern, Stephen Mur- ray, Abraham Mustafa, Gail Natola, Frederick Nelson. Second row: Robert Nichols, Susan Nickerson, John Nieskens. Mai7 O ' Connell, Susan O ' Hare. Third row: Paula Olsiewski, Karen Olson, Dan- iel O ' Meara, Paula Oro, Nikki Ostis. Fourth rou - Jacqueline Ott, Valei ie Pap- pas, Ruth Parrin, Philip Pavadore, Deb orah Perdigao. D-209 First row: Ellen Peterson. Pau Piatkowski, Ernest Poillicci, Rose- mary Poillucci. Second row: Anits Pombo, Stephen Poole, Caro Pope. Joseph Powers, Maryanr Preskenis. Third row: Domic Price. Alan Prodouz, Gail Quadros. Donald Reese. Waltei Rego. Fourth row: Donald Reid Brian Rist. Jean Rivers. Kathleer Robinson. Joanne Rocci. D-210 First row: Winifred Roche. Alda Rod- rigues, Marjorie Rodrigues. Barbara Rogers, John Romanowsky. Second row: Biyan Roscoe, Deborah Rudis. Donna Ruggiero. Jeffrey Russell. Third rou : Cyn- thia Ry der. Ray Siumiels. Donna Sangiolo, »ndra Savini. Helen Schiffer. Fourth •()u-. Anthony Schukt). Anrunarie Seiuiian, l oreen Seeley. Jane Sestito, Michael Se,sti- tio, David Sett lers, John Rose. 164 D-211 First row: Maureen Shea, Thomas Shea, Bernice Shepley, Joanne Silva, Norman Smith. Second row: Lee Smith, Richard Smith, Susan Smith, Susan Snowdale, Dulce So- lana. TliinI row: Leonardo Soiana, Diane Soule, Debra Sousa, Arthur Stewart, Elizabeth Stewart. Foiirlli nw: Janice Stockus, Scott Sulli- van, Nancy Suslowicz, Karen Sweeney, Patricia Sweeney. Fifili row: Joan Sweetinan, Margaret Tempesta, Robert Sweeney. JUNIORS D-212 Firsl row: Cheryl Thompson, Vicki Tobin, William Totman, Jane Tripp, William Trotta. Sec- ond row: Brian Turner, Georgene Ugo, Patricia Veiga, Elaine Walraven, Keith Weeman. Third row: Renee White, Karen Wik- strom, Steven Wilczewski. David Wilson. Dennis Woletskas. Fourth row: George Wormwood. Susan Wynant, Paul Zimbone, Kevin Traynor, Claudia VUock. 165 166 Kevin Kelley, President; Peggy Noe, Secretary; Alan Caldwell, Treasurer; Mike Kelley, Vice-President; Mr. Reis, Advisor. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — Firsi row: Theresa Murray, Dianne Walsh, Sandy Sam- martino, Peggy Noe, Mike Kelley, Alan Caldwell, Kevin Kelley, Mary Sousa, Patti Sugrue. Second row: Jane Farley, Denise Pebworth, Mai Kwedor, Maggi Gay, Linda Campbell, Dianne Bishop, Dolores Nolan, Mary Lou Curley, Debbie DiStefano, Mr. Reis, Advisor. Third row: Jim Kelley, John Sano, Brian Klim, Jim Lindelof, Gerry Audlee, Gary Brooks, Kevin Connolly, Tom Har- greaves, Tim Clancy, Brian Moriarty, Brian Duffy. CLASS OF 1972 167 1 A303 Front row: Kevin Abramson, Donna Abril, Hannes Alholm, Linda Alves, Mary Ambrose, Marcia Andersen. Second row: Donald Anderson, Sandra Andre- sen, Mark Andrews, Walter An- druchow, Lucinda Antinarelli, Su- san Ardizzoni. Third row: Roger Arnott, Sharlene Aronson, Susan Arrigo, John Atkinson, Richard Atkinson, Gerald Audlee. Fourth row: James Audlee, Jr., Arlene Austin, Stephen Austin, Cheryl Badeau, Ann Bannon, Jo Ann Barley. Fifth row: Lawrence Bart- lett, Theresa Batte, Dianne Bean, Stephen Bergeron, William Allen, Joseph Allen, Clyde Arnold. A304 Front row: William Beswick, Jean Bick- ford, Michael Biederman, Barbara Bishop, Diane Bishop, Robert Blanchard. Second row: Susan Bobigian, Rob- ert Bonarrigo, Robert Boushell, Thomas Bowker. Timothy Bowker, Joseph Boyce. Third row: James Brawders, Susan Bnen, Susan Briggs. Gary Brooks, Paul Brous- seau, Paul Brown. Fourth row: James Buckley, Dennis Burke, Walter Burnie. Karl Buschenfeldt, Cheryl Ann Butler, C indy Biitteiworth. Fifth row: Gaiy Biil- teiA t)rlh. Be ei l Bemian. A305 Front row: Carol Cabral, Sandra Cabral, Mary Cachopa, Debra Caddell, Alan Caldwell, Donna Caliguire. Second row: Kathleen Callanan, Jayne Cameron, Alan Campbell, Douglas Campbell, Linda Campbell, Walter Camp- bell, Roseanne Canavan. Tiiird row: Roland Cantwell, Denise Car- rara, Janis Carter, George Cash, Williiun Cash, Michael Cavanaiigh. Ronald Chait. Foiirtit row: Harold Chandler, Leroy Chase, Sebell Chase, Diana Clark. 168 SOPHOMORES A306 Front row: Donald Coffey, Nora Cole, John Coletti, Jean Comita, Kevin Connolly, Susan Connolly. Second row: Thomas Connolly, Lorene Constantine, Daniel Converse, Marilyn Copley, Brian Corcoran, Dawn Costello. Third row: Bernard CuUen, Mary Curley, Jayne Curry, Dawn Daly, Frank DeCarlo, Leanne DeCosta. Fonrili rou-: Maureen DeLuca. A403 Front row: Richard Dempsey, Paul Dennison, Robert Devine, Roderick Dillman, Barbara DiRusso, Albert DiStefano. Second row: Deborah DiStefano, Michelle Domhowski, Michael Doherty, Laureen Dolloff, Jean Donoghue, Eileen Doyle. Third row: Brian Duffy, Steven Dwyer, Elaine Eardley, Timo- thy Eastman, Howard Ebner, Gregory Ellis. Fom th row: Russell Deutsch. 169 A404 Front row: Patricia Fahey, Elena Falcone, Jane Farley, Mary Feeney, Brenda Fernald, Michael Fiche- ra. Second row: Marie Flanagan, Edward Foley, William Foley, Gail Foster, Marsha Fox, Leslie Eraser. Third row: Diane Frjizier. Cecilia Friend, Steven French, Judith Fullerton. Gaiy Galho. Foiirili row: Donna Gargiuio, Douglas Gaskill, Paula Gaudet, Kenneth Gay, Margaret Gay. Peter Geden. Fifth row: Richard Gaibl. CLASS OF 1972 A405 Front row: Paul Gerbick, Valerie Gill, Thomas Gilmartin, Ave Glover, Debra Gomes. Second row: Joan Gonsalves, John Grasso, James Greene, Cathy Grover, Helen GufTey, Susan Gustafson. Third row: John Hahn, Anne Hall, Rosemary Hamdeed, Victor Hamm, Judith Hanko, Edward Hanley. Fourth row: Diana Hansen, Scott Hansler, Thomas Hargreaves, Francis Hayes, John Hebb. 170 A406 Front row: Mark Hemeon, Cathy Higgins, Adrienne Holmes. Donna Holmes, Lois Honsinger, Richard Hopkins. Sec- ond row: Lu Anne Horrigan. Patricia Hough, Glen Hudson, Madeline Hurd, Elizabeth Ivaldi, Stephen Jackson. Third row: Robert Jardin, Carl Jay, Karen Johnson, Anne Jones, John Jones, Su- zanne Jordan. Fourth row: Gail Kamin- skas, Richard Kaminskas, Joseph Kawa- ky, James Kelley, Kathleen Kelley. A407 Front row: Michael Kelley. Kevin Kelly, Virginia Kendall, Rosemarie Kiddy, Ju- dith Kilday, Jeanne Killgoar. Second row: Brian Klim, Mary Korsun, Chester Kosinski, Raymond Kowalsky, Karin Krul, Stephen Kurlansky. Third row: Marilyn Kwedor, Katherine LaFlamme, David Landolfi, Debra Lane, Cheryl Langer, Dennis Large. Fourth row: Wil- liam Large, Susan Laub, Kenneth La- Voie, Gerald Leaver, Lynne LeBianc. Fifth row: Deboiah Ledin. A408 Front row: Deborah Leif, Eddie Lem, Robert LeTourneau, James Lindelof, Jacqueline Little, Mary- arme Locke. Second row: Kath- leen Lyons, Paul MacCombie, John MacDonald, Linda Mac- Keen, Joyce Mahoney, Kathleen Maker. Third row: Michael Mai- den, Lesley Maltman, Janice Mann, Joel Mann, Jill Marks, Jo hanne Martin. Foiirlli row: Rich- ard Martin, Wayne Martin, Chris- topher Mathieson. Kenneth Lyons, Kathy Mackie. 171 A409 Front row: Patricia Mcauley, Linda McCaskill, William McDon- ald, Linda McEwan, Ann McLaughlin, Nancy McPherson. Second row: Thomas McShea, RoseMari McSweeney, Kim Mead, Deborah Medeiros, James Medeiros, Steven Montesano. Third row: Paul Moody, Kevin Mooney, Dorma Morganelli, Brian Moriarty, David Morris, Jane Morris. Fourth row: Laurie Morrison, James Mullett. Deborah Murphy. Paul Murphy. Theresa Murray. Keith Nobil. Fifth row: Warren Miller, Richard Minot. B203 Front row: Peggy Noe, Dolores Nolan, Douglas Northrup, Pamela O ' Brien, Kathleen O ' Connell, Janet O ' Hare. Sec- ond row: Laura Olson, Kathleen O ' Neill, Robert Overstreet, Esther Paine, Patricia Pascarelli. Denise Pebworth. Third row: William Pechonis. Barbara Perdigao. Denise Perry, Gerald Peters, Mary Phillips, Sandra Phillips. Fourth row: James Pope. Bruce Powell. Gary Power. Joanne Ralston. Laura Reifschnei- der. Elizabeth Reid. B208 Front row: Teresa Reilly. Martin Rich, Susan Rist, Bruce Robertson. Nancy Rod- erigues, Theresa Rodrigues. Second row: Elizabeth Root. Gary Ross, Paul Roth- well, James Rusilko, Gary Russell, San- dra Sammartino. Third row: John Sano, Joan Santos, Victoria Savoie, Cynthia Schiffer, Stuart Seeley, Dianne Sestito. Fourth row: James Sharpies, David Shaughnessy, Stacey Shore, Eleanor Silva, Kenneth Silva, Joanne Simpson. 172 B209 Front row: Maureen Slater, Anna Smith, Deborah Smith, Donald Smith, Edward Smith, John Smith. Second row: Robert Smith, William Smith, Richard Soper, Maria Sousa, Margaret Steele, Ellen Su- gure. Third row: Patricia Sugrue, Diane Sweeney, Richard Syrek, Gena Tavanese, Glenn Taylor, Paul Thomas. Fourth row: Wayne Thomas, Robert Tosca. SOPHOMORES B210 Front row: Bemadette Travis, Paul Tray, Peter Tripp, Gary Troy, Charles Unimski, Marian Vanston. Second row: John Ventresco, Thomas Visser, Brenda Wade, Steven Walker, Dianne Walsh, Arthur Whittaker. Third row: Philip Wynott, Joseph Yetman, Alfred Yokubonis, Dana Zaiser, Cathy Ann Zawaski, Robert Zine, Jr. Fourth row: Margaret Zinnell, Andrew Williams. 173 Mary Ott, Vice-President; Mark Abramowicz, President; Melanie Cadeiro, Secretary; Patti Smith, Treasurer. CLASS OF 1973 FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Fro i row: Colleen Murphy Karen Whitehead, Melanie Cadeiro, Mark Abramowicz, Mary Ott. Patt Smith, Dianne Mackenzie, Patti Sestito, Nadine Maioli. Second row: Kath; Mr. Levesque, Advisor Wereska, Jean McCarthy. Pat Bowker, Leslie Hanna, Peggy Polacco, Jant Hannon, Lynn Galgher, Debra Sawyer, Paula Bomhard. Debbi Freitas, Joann Cerri. Third row: Robert Driscoll, Peter Green, Edmund Atkinson, John Noe Damen Ostis, Ann Fitzpatrick, Janis Staula, Cheryl Casanno, Paul Taglieri Mary Ann Johnston, Debra Connolly. E103 Front row: Thomas Adams, Timothy Amaru, Robert Anderson, Michele Andolina, Edmund Atkinson, Sandra Atlas. Second row: Steven AveUino, Joanne Bagtaz, Claudia Baptista, Marjorie Barrett, John Belliveau, Robert Benson. Third row: Sandra Beshansky, Karen Bindbeutel, Charles Blaizis, Marilyn Blest, Wayne Boghosian, Paula Bomhard. Fourth row: Donna Botsch, Cheryl Blatt, Ilda America, Virgilio Abreu. CLASS OF 1973 B-106 First row: Leanne Bourgeois, Dale Bowman, Jay Bowman, Bernard Brady, Robert Brennan, Robert Brousseau. Second row: John Bu- caria, Ambrose Buckley. Linda Budrick, Pamela Bullard, Susan Burns, Lynn Burrill. Third row: John Caddell, Kevm Caddell, Paul Caliri, Audrey Campbell, Joanne Campbell, Richard Carter. Fourth row: Tim Callahan. 175 C-103 First row: Marie Caruse, Cheryl Casano, Donna Cash, John Casserly, Robert Cas- serly, Thomas Casserly. Second row: Charles Castro, Janies Cataldo, Joanne Cerri. Albert Ceven, Anthony Chandler, Joan Cheverie. Tliird row: Baibaiu Churchill, Eileen Ciesia, Lori Circeo, Mai " y Ann Clark, Maureen Coen, Bruce Cohen. Foiirili nnv: Gale Colby, Donna Cole, John Colp. DlOl First row: Debra Conley, Cheryl Conley, Kathleen Connell, Nancy Connolly, Kenneth Connors, Daniel Coru-ad. Sec- ond row: Melaime Cordiro, Valarie Costa, Robert Costello, Mary Cotter, Linda Cowgill. Clare Crowley. Third row: Linda CuUen. Ellen Cumings, Wil- liam Curry, Dennis Cushing, Michael Daley, Linda Daniels. Fourth row: Wal- ter Davis, James Deagle. Maria De- Costa. D102 Front row: Louis DeAndrade, Mark DeCosta, Karen Delaney, Janis Del- monte, John Denison, Eric Deutsch. Sec- ond row: Barbara DeVito, William DiJack, Michelle Dion, Gail Domhowski, Francis Doherty, Linda Doherty. Third row: Mariellen Doherty, James Donahue, Richard Donovan, Laura Dostoomian, Robert Driscoll, Gary Ducott. Fourth row: Stephen Dugan, William Dwyer, Elizabeth Eastman, Mary Dovale. 176 FRESHMEN D103 FnvU row: Gayle Everett, Patricia Ewing, Donald Farrell, Jean Fedorowich, Marion Feingold, Diane Fennessey. Sccviul row: Susan Ferante. Sandra Field, Barbara Fisher, Evelyn Fisher, Ann Fitzpatrick, Patricia Flaherty. TliirJ row: Colleen Flanagan, Patricia Foley, Paula Forbes, Dorris Foss, Susan Foster, Laurel Fowel. Foiirili row: Deborah Eraser, Deborah Fratus, Gary Fredericksen, Debra Freeman, Donna Freeman, Rhonda Friedland. Fifth row: Maxine FmtkofF. D104 Front row: Jeanne Fullerton, Barbara Gair, Lynne Gallagher, Stephen, Nancy Gambrazzio, Deborah Garjian. Second row: James Gaudet, Christopher Gay, Carl Geden, Kevin Gibbons, Teresa Giles, Kathleen Gill. Third row: William Gill, Robert Gillpatrick, Larry Gionet, Robert Giroux, Linda Glennon, Barbara Gomes. Fourth row: Steven Goodman, Mary Gray, Michael Green, Peter Green, Kemieth Gregory, John Griffin. Fifth row: Deborah Guertin, Patricia Chris Gendreau. 177 D105 From row: Martha Hainley, Joanne Hall, Mary Hanley, Leslie Hanna, Jane Hannon, Regina Hannon. Second row: Gina Hans- ler, John Hart. Timothy Hatha- way, Carol Hayes, Donald Hay- ward, Alfred Haywood. Third row: William Haywood, Stephen Hill, Judith Hoefer, Laurence Holmes, Deborah Horn, Leslie Howard. Fourth row: Beverly Howell, Karen Huber, Bonnie Hudson. CLASS OF 1973 D106 Front row: Gary Ilacqua, Gayle Ilacqua, Beate Jaksch, Donald Jasmin, Heidi Johnson, Stephen Johnson. Second row: Steven Johnson, Carol Jones, Cheryl Jones, Nancy Kalen, John Kearns, Mary 178 D107 Front row: Michael Lacerte, Debra LaCi- vita, Paul LaFlamme, Richard La- France, Debra Landolfi, Ronald Lan- gevin. Second row: Susan Large, Paul Laverghetta, Debra Lessa, Michelle Levy, John Lewis, Daniel Loan. Third row: Peter Lochiatto, Donna Lodge, Michael Lombard, James Lonergan, Ste- ven Louko, William Luppino. Fourth row: Eileen Lynch, Linda Lynch, Diane MacKenzie, Nadine Maioli, Janice Maker. D108 Front row: Bruce Maltby, Joyce Mandell, Stanley Maniface, Rob- ert Martell, Therese Martin, Debra Martineau. Second row: Ju- dith Mason, Catherine Mcauley, Jeremiah McCann, David McCar- ter, Jean McCarthy, Stephen McCloud. Third row: Mary McColl, Richard McCormick, Su- zanne McCormick, Shirley McCorrison, James McDonald, Marc McDonnell. Fourth row: John McGrail, Carole McGrath, Steven McHugh, Deborah Mcln- tyre. D301 Front row: Teresa McLaughlin, Ann Marie McMahon, William McNeill, Dale Medeiros, Kenneth Meredith, Ronald Miller. Second row: Alan Montgomery, Henry Moore, John Morency, Marianne Morise, Karen Morris, Joseph Moura Third row: Colleen Murphy, Stephen Mutascio, Brian Myers, Thomas Nee, Robert Ness, Lori Nelson. Fourth row: Patricia Nichols, John Noe, Maria Medeiros. 179 D-303 Front row: Mitchell Popper, Regi- na Poshkus, Darlene Powers, Kenneth Powers, George Price, John Purcell. Second row: Daniel Ratliff, Pamela Raymond, John Reardon, Terrance Regan, Alan Rich, Peter Richards. Third row: Beverly Richardson, Sharon Rob- erts, David Robinson, Denise Roche, Elizabeth Roche, Karen Roche. Fourth row: Edward Rog- rigues, Paul Rogers, Charles Ron- ald, Debra Rose, Linda Roth, Mark Rudis. Fifth row: Dennis Ruggiero. D-308 First row: Debra Saetz, Joseph Sano, John Santos, Debra Sawyer, Ross Schu- barth, David Scrivens. Second row: Joan Scully, Linda Seeley, Patti Sellars, Patri- cia Sestito, Judy Shaw, Robert Shaw. Third row: Linda SheafTer, Marshall Shore, Faith Silva, Lolita Silva, Fred Si- monds, Eleanor Slattery. Fourth row: Ed- ward Sly, Margaret Smith, Patricia Smith, Robert Smith, David Soper, Mar- cia Soule. Fifth row: Debra Sousa, Rob- ert Spencer, Joyce Spicely, Doris Sprague. 180 D309 Front row: Kenneth Spritzer, John Spruill, Deborah Stankiewicz, Janice Staula, John Steele, John Stewart. Sec- ond row: James Storm, Michael Stuart, Richard Swallow, Debra Sweeney, Linda Sweeney, Maureen Sweeney. Third row: Stanley Szymanski, Paula Taglieri, Paul Tamul, Jeffrey Tankerley, Susan Teed, Michelle Theriault. Fourth row: Jane Thompson, Michael Tobin, Joseph Too- mey, Christopher Totman, Nancy Tray- nor, Linda Trepsas. Fifth row: Eileen Turner, Mark Ullock, Donald Van Horn, Elaine Rosenfield, Gary Sterm. FRESHMEN D311 Front row: Richard Vanston, Robin Vita, David Volpe, Debra Wahl, Donna Ward, Barry Weinberg. Second row: Walter Wenskevich, Kathleen Wereska, David Werkowski, Douglas West, Randy White, Karen Whitehead. Third row: Francis Whittaker, Nancy Wikstron, Kevin Wilczewski, Diane Wilson, Sherri Winick, Nancy Wood. Fourth row: Deb- orah Young, Thomas Zamagni, Karen Zappala, Evelyn Zepf, Michael Williams. 181 FIRST GRAND PRIZE Donna Whitehead TWELFTH ANNUAL SCIENCE FAIR THIRD GRAND PRIZE Carolyn Ransom Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 1 0 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. 184 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 oppor- tunities available, both in our office and distribution center, as well as retailing 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 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. 185 Compliments of PEEKO REALTY Compliments of STATE SPA Best Wishes to the Class of 1970 WOMAN ' S APPAREL SHOP, INC. Ladies ' , Girls ' , Boys ' , and Infants ' wear 191 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of WYMAN JEWELERS Certified Gemologist Wyman St. Stoughton Compliments of MR. G ' s SUB SHOP 186 Compliments of TOY CHEST Largest Selection of toys and juvenile furniture 75 Washington St. Tri-Town Mall Canton, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1970 DYKEMAN ' S ELECTRIC Compliments of MICKEY BISHOP ' S CAFE 740 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. STOUGHTON SHELL STATION 368 Washington St., Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Monty Andrews Don Hall Tel. 344-9860 MARTIN EDWARDS LTD. Tri-Town Mall Men ' s Young Men ' s Fashions Canton John J. Rogers Son Inc. 787 Washington St. Stoughton William J. Downey — Gen. Mgr. Ouellett Pharmacy Inc. 756 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-3400 Tri-Town Mall POT POURRI Canton, Mass. Compliments of ROWLANDS T.V. Tel. 828-1577 Prototypes and Production Runs ELECTRONIC SHEETMETAL CRAFTSMEN, INC. 120 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of RIST-WAY CLEANERS Compliments of STOUGHTON HARDWARE Best of Luck and Good Wishes PAUL ' S BARBER SHOP 187 Compliments of CANTON HOUSE Cobbs Corner Compliments of Christopher ' s Shoes Stoughton Compliments of PAUL C. BISSETT Stoughton Best Wishes to the Class of 1970 PAPA GINO ' S Cobbs Corner Congratulations to the Class of 1970 SIMOND ' S CHEVROLET 287 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Telephone 828-4455, 344-4063 188 Compliments of KenoALL ELASTIC WEBB DIVISION Congratulations Connors Wayside Furniture Co., Inc. 2239 Washington Street Canton, Mass. 02021 828-0785 Compliments of VETERANS TAXI 768 Washington St., Stoughton 344-4280 B. P. M. STOUGHTON MOBIL Compliments of BEL-AIR OFFICE SUPPLY Cobb ' s Corner Compliments of KING ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Brockton, Massachusetts Best to you all Bard ' s Hardware and Supply 7 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of CARRON AND SURREY BARBER SHOP 189 Me You Compliments of Bob ' s Phillips 66 Service Station Compliments of the Math Department Dino Buick Co., Inc. Stoughton Car Wash 472 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. DOROTHY JEAN ' S ROXIE ' S Compliments of the A W STAR MARKETS MacDONALD ' S Thank You from the STOTONIAN BUSINESS STAFF Compliments of Ahern O ' Neil Inc. 732 Washington Street Stoughton 344-5323 Headquarters for Stoughton High rings 190 PATRONS The SHS Class of 1970 is pleased to count among its supporters the following patrons in the 1970 Issue of the Stotonian: GOLD PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Banis Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herbowy and Family Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Liber Mrs. Hazel F. Knowles Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gay Mr. and Mrs. William R. Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kearney Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. William A. Batte Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Lionel T. Crepeau Mr. and Mrs. Edward Redmon SILVER PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Warren Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bean Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanrahan SSG Frank Donahue and Merilyn Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Noyes Secretaries in Superintendent ' s Office Dr. Edward R. Mulcahy Dr. Donald L. McGuirk Dr. Allan E. Dunn Dr. Marshall J. Brickell Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Foss Dr. Harris F. Holstein Dr. Robert C. Horn Dr. Thomas A. Recupero BUSINESS PATRONS Sam and John ' s Louie ' s Barber Shop Leon ' s Sportsworld and Ski Chalet Royce Shoes Selectman and Mrs. Charles F. Yaitanes and Family Edward I. Modiste, Attorney-at-law George S. Sarados, Attorney-at-law Burton Gerson, O.D. PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dugas Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tropea Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leopardi Mr. and Mrs. Frances Molea Beverly and Joseph Herlihy Mrs. Doris Bertrand Evelyn B. Walsh Anonymously Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lunsford Mr. and Mrs. James J. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Dubow Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peduto Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Coffey Mr. and Mrs. David Crocker Marg and Laz Scagnoli Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ahr Mr. and Mrs. George Paradise Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DiNolo Mr. and Mrs. Ward Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brown Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fezio Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lanigan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph De Felice Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Blake, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Dunham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Inman Mr. and Mrs. David Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meserve Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pitta Mr. and Mrs. Frederick DeCosta Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Homer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Feeney Mrs. Edward F. Kelleher Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Penardi Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Robertson Mr. Reis EG Class Miss Lavalee Room D308 Room D106 Mr. Dupuis Larry and Linda Room D309 Room D212 Room D202 Andi and Paul Dyanne and Scott Richard J. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Chamberlain II Mr. and Mrs. Aalpoe! Mr. Cabral Miss H. Patricia l,ombardi 1; 1


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