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

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m t • . , ■■■ ■} I ' J ' M REFERENujb STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY I lllllllillllllllllllllllllllllll ill llllllllllllllllllllllll PUBLIC LIBRARV RjEFERENCE V M o 0) Z Ul h Z □ U 9 c ULTY 3 SENIORS ACTIVITIES 37 CLASSES 61 (0 Z lU h CONTENTS . . . CONT 0 U 13 ADVERTISING of BLACKWELL STUDIO Your ( lasi f hoiovruphrr " 2} V ymJn Street Sloughlon. Mass DEDICATION MR. SUMNER B. TAPPER " You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. " Kahlil Gibran 3 (Photo: Gray) 4 (Photo: C. Ott) 12 SCHOOL COMMITTEE Seated: Mr. Rist, Mrs. Blomstrom, Mr. McGillicuddy. Standing: Mr. McKay, Mr. Hill, Dr. Recupero, Mr. Gibbons. To the Class Of 1971: As chairman of the school committee and an alumna of Stoughton High School, I am particularly proud to be able to extend the best wishes of the committee to each and every one of you. The citizens of this community have invested in a system of education that challenged your intellectual and physical needs. It is through education we learn to communicate and once able to communicate we can un- derstand the needs of each other. People are people the world over, basically created with the same desires and goals. They want the op- portunity to live and work and gain some measure of self esteem. The torch is passed to you the students of the 70 ' s to help make this a better world to live in through edu- cation. Those of you who will prepare to teach— yours will be the job of molding better citizens. Those of you enter- ing the armed forces— you will be given the opportunity of presenting yourself as an example of an American to peoples the world over. Those of you who will enter government service or politics— it will be up to you to initiate legislation that will insure equal education to all peoples. With the job of educating all our people begun, the journey to peace on earth will be much more attainable. JOANNE G. BLOMSTROM Chairwoman Stoughton School Committee 14 SUPERINTENDENT To the Class of 1971: Not so very long ago education was referred to as a kind of " preparation for life " as though life really be- gan when the student clasped his diploma in hand. In a very real sense, education is life itself and learning a lifelong process. To be a vibrant, creative, dynamic citizen is to be a person who is intellectually alive throughout the entire developmental span of life. To realize that now is the hour in which one can begin to contribute to his nation and to the society of man is to understand the real meaning of education in a democratic society. Many of you have already established roots of service in tutoring our elementary children and your own peer group, your class projects have in- cluded aid for the needy, and you have manifested a spirit of cooperation which is basic to mutual under- standing and good will. The immediate outcomes of your education as demonstrated by your attitudes to- ward others, your social awareness, and your behavioral performance have very real meaning. Seemingly, there is an important correlation between the citizen you now are and that mature citizen you will be in future years. Trends indicate that as youth is able to assume responsibility in a positive way, still, further responsi- bility will be given. All of you realize that in your senior year, the High School was evaluated and received a high honor in being granted a Continued Membership in the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The Visiting Committee, in its report, expressed high regard for the student body of Stoughton Senior High School. Many members of the Visiting Committee, along with your teachers, made note of the excellent lead- ership role assumed by the Senior Class. You were evaluated in considerable depth and were not found wanting. In closing, may I extend to each of you my personal best wishes for your future success and happiness. Sincerely, JOSEPH H. GIBBONS Supf. of Schools PRINCIPAL To The Class of 1971: I hope that your experiences at Stoughton High School have made you better and happier people. While you have been members of our school community, you have also been members of the world community. The school presented such matters as curriculum, scholarship, extra-curricular activities, and people. As members of the world community, you were exposed to war, politics, violence, and uncertainty. But all of these things change. Even though change may not solve problems, it will cause you to think. In doing so, you will criticize policy. Again, you may think positi- vely. The world can be beautiful— if you will contribute and not mind a touch of misery now and then. We do have controversy. If you will study the problems, try to envision the issues from all points of view, and always do your best, you should have no regrets. May I wish you happiness and good health in the years to come. Sincerely, PETER J. SPERANDIO, Ed.D. 16 HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION MR. PENARDI Assistant Principal MR. Mclaughlin mrs. vogel mr. mcdermott Administrative Assistant School Nurse Director of Library Services 17 OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT MISS JEANNE FLEMING MR. THOMAS McKNIGHT Supervisor of Educational Services CUSTODIAL STAFF HOT LUNCH PERSONNEL ART MR. WILLIS, Director, ' ' Do you have a share in the Edison Company? " MISS SWEREDA- " 8tvf really MISS NELSON- Th s G hour am a teacher! " class is driving me crazy! " MR. MEDEIROS- ' Gef on the schtick! ' MR. STOTT, Director " You ' ve got a good show! " SPEECH DRAMA MRS. DOLAN- " Really? " 20 MR. BARAC- " Not a bad drawing but your line consistency is awful. " MR. SAPIR- " Cut! Take it back from the top. ft MRS. FANTASIA " You ' re kidding me! " MR. COEN (Director) " So. turn it in tomorrow. ' (Photo: Prodouz) ENGLISH MR. McLELLAN " And we are put on earth a little space that we may learn to bear the beams of love " William Blake MR. COLOMBO " You are late! " MISS STEFFEN " Aw. come on! " MRS. WEDDLETON " Write a theme on . . MISS MOORE " Go! I don ' t care! ' MR. CHAMBERLAIN ' Keep it down to a dull roar. " 22 23 FOREIGN LANGUAGES MRS. BRAWER ' ' Muy bien! Muy bien! ' MISS LAVALLEE (Director) " Pas de gomme en classe! " MR. LaVELLE " Tait-toi! Toi-oaf! ' MR. SANTORO " Oh. c ' est dommage. MISS FERULLO " Take out your homework " MRS. CACCHIOTTI " Buenos dias, clase. " 24 MISSLICHTEL MRS. LANFORS " Hurry up and clean up! " " Good guns! " INDUSTRIAL mss scoll ARTS " Girls, everybody out! " R. FINN MR. WALSH MR. SPACK MR. McDERMOTT MR LeCLAIRE ' )ould I have your " Get out of here, " My shoes are too " You guys are going to " Grow up! " ' ention? " P. Karo! " tight! " give me a heart attack someday. " 25 MATHEMATICS MISS HERRERRA " Ready, class? " MR, WOODRUFF MR. CABRAL (Director) Teaching in stoci ing feet? 26 27 MR. ZAPUSTAS, Director " Stop the fooling around, boys, this is my class. " READING MR. ANDOLINA " You ding-a-ling. " PHYSICAL EDUCATION MRS. PARNES " Girls, put the equipment away. ' MR. CULLEN " Spit on it. " .... MISS VALLELY " Good morning, class. 4 t MISS Le VANGIE " It ' s going to be a good year. " MRS. TRIANTAFYLLOS " I ' m not here on Friday. ' MR. CARRINGTON " Now that takes some thought. 28 MR. BUCKLIN ■■Yes! " 31 32 CLASS OF 1971 OFFICERS STEVE MARGARITE President CATHY MASON Vice-President DONNA PRICE Secretary JOHN CIULUV Treasurer MR. ANTHONY SARNO Our beloved advisor . . determination and stamina in one compact package ... his encouragement and under- standing helped when we needed it so much the Class of 71 will never for- get all you ' ve done for us . . . 34 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SENIORS First Row: Michelle Greene, Kathy Carpenter, Ellen Mines, John Ciulla, Cathy Mason, Donna Price, Steven Margarite, Debbie Mo- ran, Joanne Rocci, Janet Mulhern, Linda Merola. Second Row: Ellen Hannon, Roxanne Locantore, Karen Sweeney, Lynn Atkin- son, Rosemary Pollucci, Jackie Ott, Maureen Shea, Gail Rupp, Suzanne Bucaria, Sue Limbey, Linda McCartney, Paula 01- siewski, Karen Olson, Claire McCorrison, Linda Joyal. Third Row: Michael Flatto, Donald Eagles, Don Bigelow, David Wilson, Bill Hunt, Dick Blood, Steve Wilczewski, Marie Kimtis, Karen Carlsen, Debbie Rudis, Sandy Savini, Denise Anderson. First Row: Mary Ann Duval, Robert Doherty, Margaret LaCasse, Nancy Lane, Susan Snowdale, Karen Wikstrom, Steven Clark, John Nieskens, Richard Smith, Michael Colder, Deborah Lang, Deborah Perdigao. Second Row: Amy Dunham, Paula Oro, Mary OConnell, Debbie Downey, Madonna BoClair, Faith Audlee, Nancy Batchelder, Janice Stockus, Karen McLaughlin, Kathy Kelley, Catherine Fagerberg, Marsha Cheverie, Valerie Pappas, Patricia Sweeney, Linda Reardon, Jean Rivers. Third Row: Gina Ugo, Linda Bernard, Patricia Case, Julie Converse, Theresa Briody, Linda DiRusso, Lynette Dion, Donna Sangiolo, Susan O ' Hare, Karen Frederickson, Barbara Garrick, Shirley Staples, Barbara Yetman, Elaine Flaherty, Cynthia Kimtis, Elaine Cara- batsos. 35 JAMES S. ALLEN " Cast " . . . purple . . . found at the shack . . . memories of 1970 football . . . " Now it ' s my turn to leave " . . . dedicates his life to his own fortune . . . after the Spaghetti Supper ... " I want to take you higher " . . . donates his late cards to S.H.S. . . . plans to retire . . . DENISE L. ANDERSON " Denise " . . . found writing letters . . . treasures a certain someone ' s guitar . . . " Cherish " . . . Thanksgiving 1969 . . . baby blue . . . Nov. 14 and the night out with the girls . . . basketball . . . would like to travel overseas ... to be happy . . . DIANE M. ALVES " Diane " . . . dark blue, black, and pizza . . . bookkeeping with Mrs. Richmond . . . drama festivals . . . " Dizzy " . . . dedicates her life to insanity . . . SANDRA L. ANDRESEN " Sandy " . . . found with L. D. S. B. J. K. . . . treasures friendships, her Auntie Clara, and her guitar . . . meeting in E205 at 7:45 . . . special memories of " The Last War " at John Hancock . . . Mrs. Murray ' s great detective stories . . . dedicates her broken locker in D building to Bob Sheehan . . . people who give and understand . . . California CAROLE L ANAGNOSTON " Carole " ... Mr. Dubow . . . Ronnie . . . dedicates her attendance to S.H.S. . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . blue . . . her friendship ring . . . pet peeve — Stoughton ... to visit Hawaii ... to be married . . . STACEY A. APOSTLE " Hazard " . . . found on the drag with M, S, D, V, G, F, P, E, and S.M.L. . . . " that ' s big of you " . . . The Spaghetti Supper . . . " Theme from Tommy " . . . her coke bottle . . . blue . . . memories of eggs a la Field ' s Park and bubbles a la fountain and a certain gas tank . . . hopes to visit a Mr. Bubbles Factory . . . to own a brewery . . 36 DARLENE G. ARAUJO " Darlene " . . . blue . . . " We ' re not gonna take it " . . . majorette tryouts . . . Spanish I with Miss Stelmach . . . Cali- fornia . . . loves living ... to attend Art school . . . LYNN A. ATKINSON " Mike " . . . brown, blue, and green . . . Ohio . . . " Okay now gang " . . . " The Last War " . . . found with the gang in E205 . . . drama-festivals ... Mr. Marty and " Rod McKuen " . . . classes in E205 . . . thinks its tragic when she can ' t cry . . . dislikes people who don ' t under- stand ... a real drama " fag " . . . Thes- pian Society . . . experimental theatre ... blue wallet incident . . . moody . . . rain and fog , . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young . . . loves living life the way she chooses with people she likes . . . to teach theatre arts . . . FAITH M. AUDLEE " Fay " . . . found in a red Firebird . . . memories of Miss Mac and the cookies . . . dedicates her life to Pooka . . . purple . . . treasures her friendship ring and hope chest . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . loves love itself . . . " I ' m sorry, I ' m sorry " . . . donates her chewed-up finger nails to SHS . . . plans to marry . . . SUANNE BAKER " Suanne " . . . blue . . . " Never My Love " . . . hates race tracks ... Junior Prom ' 70 . . . English with Mr. Colombo . . . riding around with Linda . . . tragic experience— report cards ... to visit California . . . 37 ARMAND L. BAPTISTA, JR. " Skip " . . . found hanging on tlie end of a long rope . . . Algebra I with Mr. Vo- gel and chemistry with Mr. Holbert . . . treasures his bronzed baby shoes . . . would like to leave a Spaghetti Supper garter to SHS . . . hopes to visit Tim- buktu . . . trying to understand other people ... a future engineer . . . NANCY J. BATCHELDER " Nanc " . . . found at Dunkins or with a certain someone . . . " reallyl " . . . purple . , . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . treasures her license . . . will always remember summer vacations at the Cape . . . hopes to be happy . . . KATHLEEN L BELCHER " Kathy " . . . can be found with R.J.S. in a " bug " . . . blue . . . " More love " . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom and the Sketti Supper . . . " Strop " ... Mr. Gormley ' s psychology class ... to get married and be happy . . . MARKBELLIVEAU " Mark " . . . found outside of Stoughton . . . treasures his Air Force jacket . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Mr. Cormier ' s POD class . . . blue . . . the intellectual type(?) . . . believes in his own con- victions ... to change the world . . . LINDA M. BENTLEY " Linda " . . . lavender, water skiing, and her license . . . " you freak! " . D.E with Mr. McCarthy . . . driving with Suanne to get Paul ' s car . . . " Wake Up Little Suzie " . pet peeve— the Navy . . . found with Paul anywhere . . . 38 LINDA M BERNARD " Lin " . . . remembers skipping school with Michele and the kids and later havmg Mr Perdigao change her flat tire . . pet peeve— the unpredictability of G.L.U. . . . " God Bless the Child " . . . skating at BSC . . . Rod McKuen and special friends . . . would like to visit Cucamonga . . . plans to live life to its fullest extent . . . DONALD E. BIGELOW " Lumpy " . . . found hanging around at different dances . . . remembers a night in P-town . . . " What ' s happening? " . . . Sly and the Family Stone . . . leaves a black patch of rubber in the cafe park- ing lot . . . dedicated to peace and hap- piness . . . ROSEANNE M. BINDBEUTEL " Rosean ne " . . . quiet and friendly . . . loves to travel and v» ould like to visit Vermont . . . " you fool " . . . SHS foot- bail game memories . . . fessing up for Miss Packard . . . treasures her Happy button . . . " The Joker " . . . sure to be happy and gay . . . RITA A. BLACK " Rita " . . . found with Gail . . . memo- ries of Air . . . pet peeve— G.R. ... pink . . . Spaghetti Supper chorus line . . . always laughing ... Mr. McDonald ' s POD class . . . PETER N. BLACKMAN " Pete " ... a certain trip to New York . . . pet peeve . . . homework, V.T., and stubborn teachers ... will never forget a green cake and Mr. Cabral ' s math class . . . summer of " 69 " . . . the " Star Spangled Banner " by JImi Hendrix . . . hopes to be a designer . . . CRAIG W. BLAIZIS " Craig " . . . football . . . blue . . . " Let it Be " . . . " All things must pass " . . . dedicates Paul Z. to S.H.S. . . . found with Bob ... a certain Friday night . . . Would like to travel to Sweden . . . plans for engineering . . . BERNICE E. BLATT " Phoofie " . . . Miss Lombardi ' s Alg. II class. . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water " . . . treasures her car . . . " Really Strange " . . . will always remember Summer of ' 70 ... dedicates Ma- donna ' s vanity to S.H.S. . . . Would like to live in Nowhere, forever . . . 39 RICHARD M. BLOOD " Little Dickie " . . . skin is skin . . . great memories of Sketti Supper Night ... a funny experience— getting Miss French for the second year . . . getting Miss French for the third year . . . skiing . . . out to the Rockies . . . can always be found in Rich ' s cellar . , . Mr. McCarthy ' s tenth grade Modern World History class . . . plans to return to Car- rock . . . MADONNA BOCLAIR " Cow " . . . found in Miss Mac ' s room or in E205 . . . " Loveland " ... a lost wallet in Sharon Square . . . blue . . . " Silence is Golden " . . . drama . . . loves any kind of food . . . " Big M " . . . hopes to find a place where there is no pollution ... a future in designing, act- ing, or just making people smile . . . JOHN H. BOMHARD " Boomer " . . . remembers the Spa- ghetti Supper , . . Junior year in Miss Moore ' s class . . . red . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . treasures his mind and memories . . . " unbelievable! " . . . " To Mr. Finn I Leave My Pink Blanket " . . . ROBERTW. BOSSE " Bob " ... a certain blonde . . . remem- bers the trip to the Spaghetti Supper . . . found around town ... to travel anywhere on four wheels . . . CYNTHIA R. BOTSCH " Fearless " . . . Hairy come home . . . getting stranded in Boston at midnight . . . purple ... to become a multi-mil- lionaire . . . majorettes . . . black ... " I don ' t care " . . . plans to go to college RICHARD E. BOWYER " Rick " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Min- nie the Moocher . . . basketball . . . memories of a Canton girl . . . blue . . . dedicates his crutches to any deserv- ing underclassman ... to travel any- where on borrowed money . . . " Hey. you got a dime? " . . 40 MARY ELLEN BRACE " Meb " . . . Spaghetti Supper , . . lime green ... 12 Bradford St, ... Rod McKuen . . . certain mailing list from Waltham . . . " Day is Done " . . . " Sound of Music " . . . English with Mr. McLellan . . . being in Southeast Music Festival Chorus . . . " is life so short that we no longer have time for courtesy and a smile? " . . . ROBERTA. BROWN " Bob " . . . enjoyed the dances at S.H.S. . . . dedicates his life to outdoors . . . would like to see Northern U.S. and Canada . . , treasures his fishing equip- ment— " I ' d faint without it! " . . . " Born to be Wild " . . . " same difference " . . . plans to become a printer or a forest ranger . . . DAVID H. BREZNER " Brez " . . . rock and blues . . . " Are we having a test in here today? " ... re- members the frog they never found in Mr. Sarno ' s office . . . " All you need is confidence " . . . would like to walk through a large wheat field . . . hopes to go to any college that will accept him . . . ROBERT N. BROWN " Bob " . . . quiet . . . remembers Mr. Chamberlain ' s English class . . . indi- vidualistic . . . tall . . . found outside of school . . . " good ole summer school " . . . will treasure his diploma . . . TERESA A. BRIODY " Terri " . . . the Junior Prom . . . sum- mer of ' 70 ... " Sketti Supper " . . . " The Old Pro and Top Shelf " . . . Chem. l-twice! . . . gym with C.F. and L.M. . . . flying my kite with J.C. and LD. . . . " Nuggies " from Julie ... to visit Ireland . . . " I ' ll Be There " ... my teddy bear . . . pet peeve— strop and the frizzles . . . hanging around with Cathy or at Thom ' s . . . SUZANNE L. BUCARIA " Suzie " . . . green . . . " Cookie " . . . " God bless the child " . . . treasures her appetite . . . Bourbon Sours and Barbe- cued Potato Chips . . . James Taylor . . . water skiing ... A certain blonde . . . summer of ' 70 with Roily . . . Hal- loween night . . . found with R.P.U.G.S.M.E.G. and S.M.L. ... dis- likes waiting and Patty ' s Laundry . . . Led Zepplin . . . ballerining with Gail in gym class . . . Sociology . . . Leaves her laugh ... to be a nurse . . . 41 JOANNE BURNS " Joanne " . . . Summer of ' 69 . . . wait- ing .. . green and gold . . . Dorchester . . . " Make It With You " . . . John ... my ring . . . " Love is A Time for Becoming " ANDREA S. CALIGUIRE " Andi " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . July 19, Cape Cod . . . gym class with Ber- nie and the guys . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . , green . . . " really " . . . Swit- zerland . . . Blue Hills and fried clams at Howard Johnson ' s . . . quiet ... to go to school . . . (Photo: Gray) ANNE M. CALLANAN " Annie " . . . spaghetti and French fries . . . those Saturday morning D.T. prac- tices . . . " Silly! " . . . treasures her li- cense . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . pet peeve— B.B.! . . . Annie hopes to finish whatever she starts . . . MARGARET M. BYRON " Meggie " . . . reading, sewing, and cooking . . . her license . . . October 5, 1970 . . . " Don ' t let the rain get ya! " . . . pink . . . the Spaghetti Supper . . . " Cherish " ... a future dental assistant BARBARA A. CAMARA " Barb " . . . found with a certain red- headed male . . . memories of Mr. Pe- nardi ' s office . . . treasures her friend- ship ring . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . love, love, love . . . 42 r ..I NANCY A. CAMERON " Felix " . . . remembers " F.F " and fish- ing with a window screen with Mary Ann . . . " Hoss " . . . " As Tears Go By, Silent Night " . . . Psychology ... re- memb)ers Frishy . . . gray ... in a world of her own . . . " Know what it is to be a child? " . . . NADA I. CAPLAN " Nada " . . . blue . . . " Make it with you " . . . found in Brockton . . . " Oh, No! " . . . dislikes people who lie . . . her li- cense . . . couldn ' t live without her tele- phone . . . " Be good! " . . . going to Horseneck in the rain with DR and BW . . . Andy ... 16 years of friendship . . . to be a secretary and be happy . . . ERIC R. CAMPBELL " Eric " . . . can be found at V.T ' s apart- ment or at Roy Roger ' s . . . " Hang it Up! " . . . would like to travel to a Swed- ish Girl ' s Club! . . . " Born to Wander " . . . a tragic experience ... a certain party in Easton . . . Eric dedicates his life to Zeke Hornblower . . . hopes to be a disc jockey . . . ELAINE V. CARABATSOS " Elaine " . . . " Don ' t Let The Sun Catch You Crying " . . . Halloween ' 68 and ' 70 . . . Junior Prom ' 68 . . . yellow and blue . . . dedicates her life to a certain boy . . . would like to travel over the entire world . . . found with Norman . . . P- town at 12:00 midnight . . . friendly and good-humored . . . dislikes fighting with people . . . treasures her sanity . . . plans to be a nurse . . . WALTER V. CAMPBELL " Vinnie " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . blue . . . " Time Has Come Today " . . . can be found at Cobb ' s . . . " You toad! " most valued possession is his life . . . oceanography ... to visit Australia . . . PAUL A. CARAT AZZOLA " Carat " . . . quiet and reserved . . . blue . . . " War " . . . pet peeve— girls who think they ' re nice . . . treasures his life . . . " Hey Gringo! " . . . aftermath of the Spaghetti Supper . . . leaves a pair of Pumas ... to be happy . . . 43 KAREN J. CARLSEN " Karen " . . . " Oh, never mind! Forget it! " . . . crazy, sensitive, and usually smiling . . . cherry cheese-pie . . . " trick or treating " . . . Halloween ' 70 . . . remembers " Sterile Cuckoo ' . . . fond memories of Christmas Eve ' 69 and the Junior Prom . . . likes sad songs, talking with B. B., and unique experiences . . . Karen plans to be- come a nurse . . . JAMES L. CASSERLY " Cass " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " How we go! " . . . Miss Lombardi ' s Algebra II class . . . green . . . " Heard It Through the Grapevine " . . , Creedence Clear- water Revival . . . found at the B.P.M. stockroom . . . Germany ... " I would like to leave the crowded corridors to the underclassmen " . . . KATHLEEN E. CARPENTER " Kathy " . . . found with " the guys " . . . Tournament of Plays . . . Remembers being in the Maverick with Chip and Skip . . . treasures her friendships . . . " Make It With You " . . . beautiful memories of XBHS Junior Prom . . . Halloween ' 69 and ' 70 ... to be a teacher in Dramatic Arts . . . JOSEPH E. CASTALDI " Joe " . . . quiet, sincere, and friendly . . . enjoyed sophomore history with Mr. McGuire . . . " Oh well, looks like it is going to rain! " . . . will never forget May of ' 67 . . . ambition is to drive his chop- per cross country ... a future of suc- cess for Joe . . . PATRICIA C. CASE " Patti " . . . yellow . . . can be found anywhere in a certain Chevelle . . . fond memories of the " a.n. " at Mlch- ele ' s . . . " You know what you can do L.J.! " . . . most treasured posses- sion—a certain ring and R.G.S. . . . can ' t forget the Spaghetti Supper . . . would like to see Hawaii . . . Patti has plans to be a nurse, married, and happy . . . BARBARA J. CERUTI " Barb " . . . Junior Prom . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . blue . . . " Hello, It ' s me " . . . found with a certain Easton boy . . . " Ya, right " . . . July 2, 1967 . . . M.G. . . . pizza . . . basketball and softball games . . . crashing heads with B.D. . . . Europe . . . English with Mr. C and typing with Mr. B. . . . Eddie ... to get married and be a dental assistant . . . 44 NANCY L CEVEN " Lee " . . . quiet . . . found with Nancy and Marie . . . blue . . . " Freak! The nerve! " . . . horses . . . would like to visit Florida ... to be happy . . . ANITA L. CEVEN " Neet " . . . remembers English with Mr. Colombo . . . leaves her " Good and Plenty " to Mr. Ed . . . pet peeve— a cer- tain teacher! . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . most treasured pos- session is her hope chest . . . aquama- rine . . . fond memories of the Spa- ghetti Supper and summer ' 70 down the Cape . . . plans to see Hawaii and get married . . . MARSHA A. CHEVERIE " Chev " . . . Spaghetti Supper ... re- members being late for class and run- ning into some girl . . . memories of the Junior Prom with Rick ... a broken sway bar . . . " Fire and Rain " ... a foggy morning ... a small blue mag- nifying glass . . . green ... a future dental assistant . . . MARIE S. CHRISTOPHER " Marie " . . . smiles and happiness . . . found with Nancy, Lee, and Denise . . . " Who, what, where and when? " . . . treasures her cat . . . remembers Soci- ology class . . . " All Right Now " . . . blue . . . dedicates her life to her friends ... to visit Europe . . . plans to get a job or attend a business college " John " . . to leave " Treasurer Supper . . . . . Latin . JOHN J. ClULLA purple . . . " Now it ' s my turn . . . Junior Prom . . . The . . . night of the Spaghetti being a " Pro " with Mr. Berry . breaking Rick Bowyer ' s leg . . . Neil Diamond . . . Jerry Lewis ... re- members long trips to New Hampshire . . . found with Dawn . . . the " Shack " . . . leaves a compass for a better circle in Mr. McLellan ' s room ... to study cri- minology and to be happy . . . STEPHEN P.CLARK " Steve " . . . found with Debbie or at the shack . . . " Now it ' s my turn to leave " . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . la- sagna at Johnnie ' s . . . blue . . . " My Girl " . . . remembers those weekends down the Cape . . . treasures " J " and " G " . . . Steve wants to stay happy . . . 45 THOMAS M. CLARK " Tom " . . . blue . . . " Come on, let ' s go " . . . Super Hits Vol. II . . . Hockomock League Golf Championship . . . com- puters with Mr. Hart . . . " Dubbi nag- ger—Why? " . . . remembers 6,000 gal- lons of milk going down the drain at C. F.!!! . . . " D.C. 5 action " ... a future in Air Force . . . NEALC. CLINCH " Little Man " . . . purple . . . " House of the Rising Sun " . . . The Animals . . . Easton . . . track . . . remembers biol- ogy with Miss Bromfeld . . . shop with Mr. Finn . . . leaves all his homework to Miss French ... to visit California . . . plans to go to college LORRAINE S.COLBERT " Lorraine " . . . found with Kyle . . . memories of Algebra I twice . . . cutting up frogs with Mr. Pierce . . . Milty and the gang . . . purple . . . " I ' ll Be There " by the Jackson 5 . . . plans to be eter- nally happy . . . KYLE E. COLBY " Kyle " . . . found at Fernandes or Mil- ton ' s . . . treasures her shoes . . . green . . . fire drill during gym . . . remembers summers in Falmouth . . . Jackson 5 . . . plans to get far away from Stough- ton High . . . EDWARD D. COHENNO " Eddie " . . . " Now it ' s my turn to leave! " . . . Mexico City . . . earth sci- ence, shop drawing, and senior studies in D building . . . purple and blue . . . " Satisfaction " . . . remembers being a freshman ... the Banana Splits ... pet peeve— sprints! . . . dedicates his " em- pties " to S.H.S. . . . hopes to graduate WILLIAM W. CON LEY " Bill " . . . distinguished . . . quiet . . . distributive-ed . . . remembers all the wild parties on the Cape . . . friendly . . . easy going . . . " Hair " . . . " Room to Move " . . . plans to stay happy . . . 46 JULIE A. CONVERSE " Jules " . . . found riding in the Line . . . " no way! " . . . purple . . . fond memo- ries of the Junior Prom . . . November 14th ... " Strop " . . . " All Right Now " . . . Treese ' s 50 MPH corners . . . Hec- tor ' s with Lu . . . would like to visit Cleveland, Ohio . . . SUSAN F. COWGILL " Sue " . . . blue . . . " Oh wow! " . . . " McArthur Park " . . . football games . . . Junior Prom . . . remembers staying up all night in a dorm at Brown Univer- sity listening to guitar music . . . Bootsie ' s death ... a future nurse . . . TERESA M. COSTA " Terry " . . . purple . . . " Sugar, Sugar " ... to visit New York City . . . Remem- bers Miss Maclntyre ' s homemaking class . . . " The light that illuminates the road to a better living. " ... to be an air- line stewardess . . . JANICE A. CRAWFORD " Jan-e " . . . quiet, sensitive, and freckled . . . purple . . . memories of the Bomb Scare . . . " Are you ready for this? " . . . found at the Smith Man- sion(?) . . . " Baby, I ' m Gonna Leave You " . . . Led Zeppelin . . . " The Yellow Bird " . . . plans to be happy . . . JEAN L. COULTER " Red " . . . " Hey Red " . . . purple . . . " A-huh, sure! " . . . treasures a high school ring found at Ames Pond . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " . . . Three Dog Night . . . swimming . . . horseback riding . . . football games . . . rallies . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Eu- rope ... to continue school . . . KATHLEEN F. CREAN " Kathy " . . . found at home . . . treas- ures her Reil and her opal . . . blue . . . remembers Horseneck Beach with Milly, Josie, and Dot . . . " End it! " . . . pet peeve— the army! . . . nutty, friendly, and always smiling . . . 47 " Pucker Power! " (photo: Gray) FRANCIS A. GUSHING, JR. " Gush " . . . " Everybody knows this is nowhere " . . . Salvation Army Special Goat . . . " BYA ' . . . " My whole junior year " . . . will travel wherever the cause will take him . . . " faith in people is what counts " ... a future architect FRANGES G. GROSBY " Fran " . . . SHS Rallies . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Problems and Bookkeeping I . . . would like to go to Europe . . . " Make Me Smile " . . . purple . . . " Oh, yeah, sure! " . . . plans for the future are to be successful . . . found at Cobb ' s Corner with M. F. JO-ANN L CZERWONKA " Jo-Ann " . . . blue . . . Spaghetti Sup- per . . . crafts with Miss Nelson . . . football games . . . " I ' ll be there " . . . " Oh Right! " ... to visit Europe ... Art III . . . cute noses . . . gym classes . . . dislikes spiders . . . burnt food ... to become a secretary . . 48 ARNOLD F. CULLMAN, JR. " Rick, Skull " . . . frog hunting . . . driv- ing Duck Rd. and Moose Club with M.G. . . . football at Babe Ruth . . . " STROP " ... Mr Berry . . . " Begin- nings " . . . " I ' m Your Captain " . . . plans to play baseball . . . SHERRILL A DAGENAIS " Sherrill " . . . yellow . . . " Close To You " . . . treasures her learners permit . . . bomb scares . remembers a tragic day at the Mall ... to visit France MANUEL DeANDRADE " Manny " . . . remembers Tech Tourney . . . enjoyed English and Problems . . . blue . . . treasures his guitar . . . " Make Me Smile " . . to join the service . . . LYNETTEC. DION " Lu " . . . can be found driving the Line with Julie and Linda . . . blue . . . the summer of 1 970 . . . remembers the Ju- nior Prom and the Spaghetti Supper . . . Hector ' s with Jules . . . " We ' re new " . . , running from Mr. F. . . . " All Right Now " . . . " strop " ... to enjoy life VALERIE J. DeCOSTA " Val " . . . found at McDonald ' s . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " You jerk! " . . . homeroom periods with Mr. Woodruff and Mr. Downs . . . " Raindrops " . . . green . . . pet peeve— a ' 57 car ... a fu- ture secretary . . . LINDA J. DiRUSSO " Lin " . . . blue ... a certain ring ... pet peeves— absence of a certain boy and insincerity . . . found with Julie and Lu in the Line or at C.C.G.H. . . . Novem- ber 14, 1970 . . . summer of ' 70 . . . Ju- nior Prom . . , " Hello It ' s Me " . . . " strop " . . . simple, talkative, and un- derstanding . . . " What can I say? " . . . " the beach at night " ... to teach the mentally retarded . . . 49 WAYNE M. DeSANTIS " Uncle " . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . the quiet type . . . football games . . . study halls . . . Denneno ' s ... to visit Mexico . . . ROBERT W. P. DOHERTY " B.B. " ... a certain Friday night . . . plans to be a model for B.V.D. ' s . . . " Make It With You " . . . dedicates his loving touch to S.H.S. . . . skiing . . . hopes to travel to the Virgin Islands . . . pet peeve— haircuts! . . . " Today is the first day of the rest of your life. " . . . JOHN F. DONAHUE " John " . . . bold, eager, energetic . . . " Good or Dad " . . . remembers the Foxboro riot with G.L . . . enjoys pumping at work ... a sure success in everything . . . ROBERT A. DOODY " Lings? " . . . can be found down at the garage working? . . . will always re- member going A.W.O.L. . . . " Words " . . . most treasured possession— his car . . . " Lings " will dedicate his life to L.G. and the world of mechanics . . . PETER M. DORS " Hector " . . . Miss Moore ' s English class . . . California . . . blue . . . " South California Purple " . . . hangs out at the youth center . . . " How art thou go ' t " . . . dedicates false teeth to S.H.S. . . . JAMES DOSTOOMIAN " Dusty " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " keep the faith " . . . green ... " A Day in the Life " . . . football and hockey . . . pet peeve— homework . . . Australia . . . can be found at work ... to own a farm BARBARA A. DOUCET " B.D. " ... 3 Softball Championships . . . " Rocky Raccoon " . . . The Tech . . . Micro-biology in D-103 . . . blue . . . found at Chick ' s . . . watching the Bruins . . . " I ' ll Be There " ... the Olym- pics ... to be a phys. ed. teacher . . . BRUCE R. DOUGLASS " Bruce " . . . found almost anywhere . . . " Are you serious? " . . . brunettes . . . " One Less Bell to Answer " ... re- members Mr. Lavelle ' s good nature . . . pet peeve— Miss French ' s substantial quizzes! . . . blue . . . a future math or physics major . , . 50 DEBORAH A. DOWNEY " Debbie " . . . can be found in E-205 or at Dunkin Donuts . . . memories of the 70 Drama Tournament . . . blue . . . " If I Were a Carpenter " . . . her " dungee ' s " and her Mickey Mouse sweatshirt . . . " Pleasure Island " . . . gymnastics . . . would like to leave her broken locker to SHS . . . Debbie hopes to go into nursing . . . JAN A. DOXTADER " Jannie " . . . " Love is Blue " . . . green . . . baked stuffed shrimp . . . found in Brockton . . . pet peeve— people who don ' t listen ... my little sister . . . Mr. Chamberlain ' s English class . . . get- ting locked in the dressing room in the mall . . . dedicates her life to Mrs. Vogel . . . would like to travel all over the world . . . STEPHEN M. DRISCOLL " Steve " . . . " Good Times Bad Times " . . . hockey ... his car . . . pet peeve— student teachers just getting out of college . . . treasures his drums . . . exchange concerts . . . math . . . science ... to visit Europe ... a future architect . . . JOHN B. DUFFETT " John " . . . giving rides home for the whole school! . . . " Hi, Bleak! " . . . biol- ogy with Miss Bromfeld and earth sci- ence with Mr. Lyons . . . remembers losing his car . . . the Bahamas . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . " Get any on you? " . . . dedicates his life to getting a college diploma . . . CHARLES E. DUGAN, JR. " Chuckles " . . . football . . . " Hey Chuckles " . . . goody-goody and locker writing . . . lunch . . . found all around or with B.B., M.C., and B.D. ... to be an educated bum . . . (photo: Prodouz) 51 LINDA L DUGAS " Lin " . . . Summer 1970 . . . drama with Mr. S iVIr. S . . . " security is knowing you have a rain hat on a rainy day " . . . Carousel . . . " We ' ve only just begun " . . . sentimental and sincere . . . gold, orange, red, and white . . . sunsets, memories, M.J.S. ... to study foreign languages and travel . . . AMY E, DUNHAM " Amos " ... a friend . . . found with B.J.S., S.M.S., D.E.B., and the " gang " . . . most treasured possession— " my pillow " . . . blue . . . May 30, 1969 . . . would like to go to Europe . . . Algebra II with Miss L . . . " Yuka " . . . Sociology . . . a floor dented by Jackie . . . plans for college . . . ULRICH E DULEVSKIS " Uli " . . . thick kraut . . . remembers getting beaten up in study and winning a color T.V. ... pet peeve— psychology . . . to be an architect . . . DEBORAH J. DUPUIS " Debbie " . . . green . . . remembers Horseneck ' 69 ... found with J W. or J.M. . . . " super wicked good " . . . en- joyed English III with Mr. Columbo . . . peeve— J. G. . . . treasures her ring . . . would like to visit California ... to be a hairdresser . . . 52 JEANNE M. DUNFEY " Jean " . . . found with " Lin " and " Cathy " in E205 . . . blue . . . " Cele- brate " and " Rod McKuen " . . . " Bad Seed " cast party ... to find the real Treasure Island . . . October 15, 1969 . . . pet peeve— inhumane teachers . . plans to find a peaceful environment . . . " Smile " . . . MARYANNE DUVAL " Maryanne " . . found on the ski slopes with H G., J.K., and T.M. . . . blue . remembers falling out of the bleachers at a football game . . . July 4, 1969 .. . " Wicked! " . . . Civics with Mr Edmonston . . . " Tears of a Clown " . . . the Spaghetti Supper . . . Switzerland . . . to continue her schooling . . . WILLIAM R. DUVAL " Bill " . . . remembers the Tech Tourney ... a trip to New York with D.C. . . . the tragedy of Miss French ' s final exam . . . pizza . . . enjoyed Miss Moore ' s sophomore English class . . . to visit Switzerland . . . " Bill " dedicates his life to fate . . . DOUGLAS S. EAMES " Scott " . . . purple . . . " This is true! ' . . . " Hey Jude " ... to visit England . . Roxie ' s . . . to join the Air Force . . . CANDACEDYKEMAN " Candy " . . . " Eternal love and immor- tal life " . . . the unconscious con- troversies of the Student Council . . . dedicates a fantastic Class of ' 71 to so- ciety . . . Chem I, French II, and Short Story . . . basketball . . . would like to visit Baha, Mexico . . . horses . . . found outside a small circle of friends . . . sleepy hollow . . . " Hold ya britches on, will ya " . . . " life has been and will be dedicated to the winds " . . . environ- mental science . . . (photo: Gray) DONALD R. EAGLES " Flame " . . . blue and yellow . . " Make It With You " . . . Italian food . . . " Hi ti- ger! " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . summer of ' 70 . . . Chem II with Mr. H . . . re- members backing into a ditch . . . ski- ing and swimming . . . treasures his sklis . . . easy going and likes to have fun . . . would like to visit Hawaii ... a future in dentistry . . . DEBRA M. EWING " Debbie " . . . red . . . " Really! " . . . gym classes and A305 . . . " Until it ' s time " . . leaves her P.F. flyers for those who want to jump their highest ... pet peeve— crowded basements . . . would like to see Europe and Hawaii ... a fu- ture artist . . . 53 II CATHERINE P. FAGERBERG " Cath " . . . inquisitive, friendly, and funny . . . found with T,A, and B, . . . " Ya right! " . . . summer of ' 70 . . . foot- prints on the tennis courts with McKart . . . STROP! ... the night of the Spa- ghetti Supper . . . Horseneck Beach . . . " Oath " hopes to be a happy elemen- tary school teacher . . . ANTONIA R. FERRAIOLI " Toni " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . will al- ways remember freshman English with Mrs. Roach . . . the time Jane G. swal- lowed a pin . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water " . . . Found with Mary, Marie and Jane . . . her organ . . . pet peeve— college boards . . . " You dummy! " . . . pizza, lobster, and chicken . . . Spain and Italy ... to be successful . . . MICHELLE M. FAY " Shelly " . . . found with Gail and the kids ... blue ... pet peeve— P O D classes . . . dedicates her referrals to S.H.S. . . . plans to enlighten the world with her knowledge MARY JANE FERRARA " Mary " . . . quiet and reserved . . . memories of Family Living . . . purple . . . found working at the library ... to be a secretary . . . RICHARD W. FEDORA " Dickie " . . . getting lost freshman year, the first day of school . . . basket- ball in Boston Garden . . . Sweden . . . " I Heard It Through The Grapevine " . . . Sunday drivers . . . green . . . " Keep the Faith! " . . . getting caught skipping football rallies . . . remembers parking in the faculty parking lot . . . trade work LOUIS J. FEZIO " Fezz " . . . bright yellow . . . " Make It With You " . . . Norwood Arena . . . all- day bomb scare . . . French II . . . Chem I . . . driver-ed . . . would like to visit De- troit . . . dedicates his life to the total destruction of all Fords . . . 54 JOHN C. FINI " John " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . blue ... his driver ' s license . . . Creedence Clearwater Revival . . . field trips with shop classes . . . Mr. Pierce ' s Biology class and Mr. Moulton ' s English . . . Europe . . . homework ... to go to col- lege . . . ELAINE FLAHERTY " Elaine " . . . Senior Prom ' 70 . . . Hal- loween night . . . green . . . Cape Cod . . . " What Becomes of the Broken Hearted " . . . pet peeve— waiting for phone calls . . . dedicates to S.H.S.— a broken typewriter . , . remembers a night at Nantasket ... to be a secretary MICHAEL L. FLATTO " Mike " . . . blue . . . " Don ' t worry " . . . enjoys Biology and U.S. History ... re- members losing a frog in Mr. Sarno ' s cabinet and never finding it . . . wave tank in ' 69 Science Fair . . . found in Brookline . . . treasures his license . . . California ... to insure world peace for all . . . plans to attend college . . . KATHLEEN A. FOLEY " Kathy " . . . blue ... the Bells . . . treasures memories of summers in Wareham . . . James Taylor . . . hates prejudiced people . . . Tech Tourney " 67 " . . . remembers Miss Oren ' s soph- omore class ... Mr. Dubow ' s sales class . . . Eyelash, Roadrunner, Mich- elle . . . " Peace is no excuse for war " . . . dedicates her life to helping other people. . . to travel all over the Cape . . . GARYT. FORRESTER " Gary " . . . found at the Youth Center . . . black . . . enjoyed senior English class . . . dedicates his referrals to S.H.S. . . . " The Pusher " ... pet peeve— Chevys . . . tragic ex- perience—on the way to the Spaghetti Supper . . . plans to graduate and visit California . . . RAYMOND L. FORSYTH " Ray " . . . quiet, friendly, and co-oper- ative . . . can be found at the B.P.M. . . . " The Grapevine " . . . remembers his car accident . . . California . . . Ray hopes to be happy . . . 55 ANITA M. FRADINE " Nee " . . . talkative . . . funny ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . found wherever you look . . . dislikes telephone bills . . . many fond memories of E205 . . . Alg II class . . . that " special " someone . . . would like to visit Israel . . . remembers watching the tennis courts with K.F. while riding bicycle built for two . . . navy blue . . . " We ' ve Only Just Be- gun " . . . UMass . . . Anita wants to have a good time in college and be happy . . . ROBERT L FRIZELLE " Bob " . . . can be found in E205 . . . " What ' s up?? " ... " I knitted it myself " . . . blue . . . pizza . . . Australia . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . remem- bers 1970 Tournament of Plays . . . " The Bushes " . . . treasures his plaque . . . Bob plans to enter the service . . . KAREN L. FREDERICKSEN " Fred " . . . " Oh my stars! Don ' t be wild " . . . playing Joan in " Joan of Lor- raine " . . . blue . . . treasures her memories . . . her award in the ' 70 Tournament of Plays!!! . . . would like to be happy . . . JANE M. GAITLEY " Jane " . . . found with Mary, Marie, and Diane . . . " Race car! race car! " . . . majorette tryouts . . . intermission mis- haps during ' 68 Tournament of Plays . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . found at Dunkin ' or at the New England Dragway ... pet peeve— an empty gas tank and people who crack their knuckles a future nurse . . . JOHN A. FRIETAS " Johnny " . . . the Thanksgiving Day game of freshman year . . . Studies . . . " I want to make it with you " . . . found up the barn . . . " Get out of here! " . . . will always remember using the phone in the gym corridor . . . to tje happy . . . PATRICIA A. GALLAGHER " Paddle " . . . can be found i n a blue Dart . . . " Cherish " . . . April 1, 1969 . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . Mr. Colombo ' s class junior year . . . yellow . . . the death of the tree . . . treasures a certain grease-monkey . . . pet peeve— the navy . . . would like to visit Ireland . . . 56 BARBARA J. GARRICK " Barb " . . . football games . . . fresh- man year . . . red . . . " Knock it off! " . . . Sociology and senior studies . . . Kare . . . everywhere possible . . . remem- bers Mr. Maioli ' s driver-ed class ... to be a R. N. . . . ROSEMARYC. GILES " Rose " . . . pink . . . " Bob Dylan ' s Dream " . . . " Friendship doubles our joy and divides our grief " . . . " Do you need proof of God? Does one light a torch to see the Sun? " ... to attend college and teach the deaf . . . MICHAEL E. GAY " Mike " . . . treasures his beard . . . Mr. McDonald ' s POD class ... a real indi- vidual . . . remembers a pet rat named Jose . . . hanging at the Youth Center . . . no comment . . . WILLIAM J. GILLESPIE " Billy " . . . found near Resnick ' s and the BPM . . . blue . . . " This is your cap- tain speaking " . . . shop, geometry, and English . . . remembers the bomb scares . . . first year teachers . . . cars . . . to join the service . . . 57 VIRGINIA M. GIFFORD " Jinny " . . . blue . . . " Hey Listen " . . . " I ' ll Be There " . . . found working . . . remembers pushing her sister up the stairs . . . dedicates her life to her two sisters ... to be a dental assistant . . . THOMAS E. GILLON " Flash " . . . " Alright fellas! " . . . McDonald ' s . . . bomb scares ... al- gebra with Mr. Bell . . . having Miss French for three years . . . loves people . . . " I hope Miss French doesn ' t follow me to Harvard! " . . . Burbank, Califor- nia ... to be a draftsman . . . DEBBIE E. GIONET " Debbie " . . . navy blue . . . " Make It With You " . . . memories of the summer of 70 . . . " Oh my God! " . . . Falmouth . . . dislikes people who are late . . . sea- food . . . Stoughton-Canton football games . . . Tech Tourney ' 67 ... re- members a tragic visit to a J.P. ' s office ... to visit England, France, and Califor- nia ... a future medical assistant ... to be happy . . . BRENDA J. GRAVES " Brenda " . . . tournament of plays . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " Just a little sub- stantial quiz " . . . typing ... a trip to Boston . . . POD . . . " One Less Bell to Answer " ... blue ... treasures " that very special boy " . . . hopes to go into a secretarial career . . . MICHAEL B. GOLDER " Mike " . . . remembers Mr. McCarthy ' s Mod. World History with Mr. McGuire, his biology project and French with D.L. . . . " slight exaggeration ma ' am, I had my gloves on " . . . Italian food at Cas- sani ' s and Regina ' s Pizzeria . . . found down Zawalich ' s . . . " Last Trip to Tulsa " . . . " Anaquanda " ... to return to Carrock . . . HOWARD E. GRAY " Howie " ... a very different sort of person . . . found taking sneaky photos . . . fond memories of Mr. Holbert ' s Chem II class . . . treasures his motor- cycle . . . peacocks . . . loves that math analysis class . . . Howie needs a zoom lens . . . to be ornot to be . . . JOHN E. CONSALVES " John " . . . blue . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water " . . . treasures a car found at 18 Prospect Street ... to change the establishment . . . LINDA M. GREEN " Linda " . . . Junior Prom . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " Today is the first day of the rest of your life " . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Grand Funk Railroad . . . Creedence Clear Water Revival . . . " Heard it Through the Grapevine " . . . blue . . . pet peeve— conceited people . . . treas- ures a certain guy . . . memorable ex- perience— Oct. 2, 1970 . . . found at Kennedy ' s . . . spaghetti . . . Chinese food . . . horseback riding . . . boy watching ... to be a fashion buyer . . . PATRICIA A. GREEN " Patty " . . . purple . . . Led Zeppelin . . . " Make It With You " . . . memories of gymnastics, majorettes, and twirling fire at tfie football games . . . moving chairs with Ruth in Problems . . . fried clams . . . dislikes phonies and being called " greenbean " ... a future in the secretarial field . . . JANET R. GRENON " Janet " . . . Mac ' s classes . . . blue . . . memories of getting stuck at the water- front, July 1970 . . . would love to visit California . . . " San Francisco wear Flowers In Your Hair " . . . treasures poems from that certain someone . . . found in Needham or at Xaverian . . . New Hampshire summers ' 69, ' 70 . . . " I don ' t believe it " . . . dislikes people chewing on ice . . . MICHELE H.GREENE " Shaw " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . earth science with Mr. Fanning . . . remem- bers smashing up a ski mobile . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . found in Allston or Hull . . . Summer ' 70 . . . blue . . . Rod McKuen and skating . . . pet peeve— waiting . . . treasures a certain Wakefield boy ... The Ba- hamas . . . hopes to be a secretary . . . SUSAN E.GREENE " Susan " . . . history . . . her friends . . . to Austria . . . " Theme from Romeo and Juliet " . . . pink . . . treasures her cross . . . hopes to go on to teaching . . . 59 FREDA GRUSMARK " Fred " . . . blue . . . " I ' ll Be There " . . . " That ' s decent " . . . pet peeve— homework! . . . enjoyed meet- ing new and friendly people at S.H.S. . . . night of Spaghetti Supper . . . Soci- ology with Mr. Gormley ... to go to Hawaii . . . hopes to be a Nursery School teacher . . . JOANNE GUSCIORA " Jo " . . . found uptown or in a green Caddie . . . " Later! " . . . last year ' s Sen- ior Prom with D . . . " What ' s happen- ing? " . . . soul music . . . favorite song— " Shotgun " . . . the Islands ... a future fashion buyer . . . DONNA L. HADLEY " Donna " . . . memories of the Spa- ghetti Supper . . . " Wow! " . . . purple . . . treasures her friends . . . enjoyed civics with Mr. McCarthy . . . " Un- chained Melody " . . . remembers her friend jumping the fence to get out of school ... to tjecome a secretary . . . ELLIN T. HANNON " Ellie " . . . alive green! . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . most treas- ured possession— an RHS ring . . . " Ya know? " . . . will always remember the Junior Prom and being with her friends 1 KAREN M. HANSEN " Karen " . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . " You might, but I doubt it " . . . enjoyed Miss Mac ' s Home Ec IV class . . . would like to travel anywhere out of Stoughton . . . dedicates the smokey basements to underclassmen . . . " Leaving on a Jet Plane " ... a fu- ture hairdresser ... to be happy . . . LINDA M. HARGREAVES " Lin " . . . " ain ' t " . . . found at Mur- Mac ' s . . . blue . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . loves roast beef ... re- members Mr. McLellan ' s English classes . . . quiet, creative, and a lot of fun to be with . . . 60 ROSE-ANN HARJU " Rose " . . . The Tournament of Plays . . . cast parties . . . " Ugly, Ugly, Ugly! " . . . Drama I, II, III . . . " Albatross " . . . purple . . . found in E205 . . . " Silence is Golden " . . . remembers Madonna ' s blue wallet . . . Biology: where I be- came a murderer . . . has dedicated 2 gym suits and 5 sneakers to the school MARK F. HARTERY " Mark " . . . 1970 Drama Festival ... re- members junior year . . . " Rapid Tran- sit Rides Again " . . . pet peeve— C. F. and curfews . . . treasures his license . . . " Suite: Judy Blue Eyes " . . . dedi- cates his life to wherever it will fit best . . . plans to be an engineer . . . ELLEN F. HAUSAMMANN " Haus " . . . one Halloween night . . . " youse guys! " . . . would like to visit the Bahamas . . . The Tech . . . " Rocky Raccoon " . . . The Senior Prom . . . Geom in D-202 . . . green . . . " Love is Blue " ... to be a teacher . . . HOLLY M. HERBOWY " Holly " . . . the Bruins Parade and Peace Day in October ' 69 ... pink .. . remembers walking along Nantasket Beach . . . " Everybody ' s beautiful! " . . . The Brockton Fair and M.A.S.H. . . . stock car racing . . . " Close to You " . . . New York ... a future airline steward- ess . . . DIANE M. HERR " Di " . . . purple . . . " Hello It ' s Me " . . . treasures her bell . . . Boston . . . Morse Shoe . . . hamburgers and trench fries . . . " You ' re soft! " . . . dislikes spiteful people . . . HOLLY A. HILL " Hoi " . . . " We are the dreamers of dreams wandering by lone sea break- ers and sitting by desolate streams " . . . enjoyed English with Mr. Moulton . . . twirling at football games . . . stran- ded at Bishop ' s ski lodge . . . losing one ski and one ski-pole at Sunapee . . . memories of the summer of ' 70 . . . 61 ELLEN A. MINES " Ellen " . . . The Tech Tourney in fresh- man year . . . hyperbolas with the " Great Chicken " . . . remembers play- ing basketball with a football helmet at 3 a.m. in Dr. Denton ' s! . . . sweeping out the boy ' s basement in D-lst floor . . . Europe ... a future dental hygienist MICHAEL R. HOMER " Mike " . . . the Thanksgiving rally of ' 69 . . . biology and bookkeeping . . . Nevada . . . considers his junior year report card a tragic experience . . . Joan ... a future in the service for Mike . . . TIMOTHY D. HORRIGAN " Tim " . . . bomb scares . . . shop and gym . . . " Light My Fire " . . . hockey . . . pet peeve— yearbook questlonaires . . . to visit California ... to do well in any- thing . . . m THOMAS C. HOWLETT " Tom " . . . cool, calm, and collective . . . his chopper . . . leisure time . . . lunch periods and shop . . . remembers the bomb scares ... to be president 62 WILLIAM J. HUNT " Hunter " . . . Spaghetti Supper after- math . . . " Judy Blue Eyes " . . . Schizer . . . playing football at midnight ... pet peeve— homework . . . not to work, but to be rich . . . Oh! What a night! DAVID P. HVOSLEF " Dave " . . . purple . . . " Time Won ' t Let Me " . . . special memory— getting the " golden broom " award for Mr. Nassise . . . hockey . . . plans to become an elec- tronics engineer . FRANCINEM. JARDIN " Fran " . . . good times at SHS ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . leaves a bag of tootsie pops to Mr. Gormley . . . " So- ciety ' s Child " ... yellow and psy- chology . . . remembers the Sharon football game and being in the Home- coming Court ... the West Coast ... to be a dental assistant . . . GAILM. JACKMAN " Gail " . . . purple . . . found in New Hampshire . . . most treasured posses- sion—her dog . . . " Come Back When You Grow Up, Girl " . . . tragic ex- perience—going to Stoughton High . . . would like to travel in Europe . . . Inner peace . . . SHEILAANN JARDIN " Sheila " . . . the Christmas Dance . . . chemistry with Mr. Holbert and French with Mr. Santoro . . . bomb scares . . . yellow . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . lobster . . . will treasure her di- ploma . . . Jamaica ... to be a teacher 63 ROBERT P. JASPERSON " Jasper " . . . playing cards with T.S. . . . " Flea Market " . . . Mr. Spack ' s shop . . . drinking and playing cards . . . California ... his deck of cards . . . blue . . . treasures Mindi . . . " You ' re mental! " . . . " Whole Lot of Love " . . . found uptown . . . GARY L. JORDAN " Gary " . . . found with the women . . . pink . . . " Say there fellas " . . . remem- bers freshman football . . . pet peeve— pink elephants . . . Gary plans to be a pro in whatever he does . . . FRANCIS A. JAY " Frank " ... an individual . . . March 15, 1969 . . . remembers performing on stage . . . most treasured posses- sions—acting awards . . . seeing if Mary was right . . . " Thou Shalt Not Take Chemistry 11 " . . . clear . . . would like to visit Middle-Earth . . . KEITH J. JORGENSEN " Jorgy " . . . memories of breaking the hood of Mr. O ' Connell ' s car and Junior Skip Day . . . " Hey Gringo " . . . honor studies . . . getting caught by the roving corridor patrol (janitors!) . . . aftermath of the Sketti Supper . . . " Take You Higher " . . . blue . . . " U812 " . . . dis- likes red lipstick and white socks . . . Marlboro country . . . plans to enter the Air Force Reserves and college . . . JEANETTE M. JOHNSON " Jay " . . . Swedish and solitary . . . found at Chick ' s . . . skiing, softball, and the Bruins . . . " Do it! " . . . Rod McKuen . . . most treasured posses- sion—her pup . . . blue and yellow ... a future of happiness in the mountains LINDA M. JOYAL " Linda " . . " A Time For Us " . . . the Spaghetti Supper . . . " You know what you can do P. C. ' . . blue . . . remem- bers running over a turtle in driver-ed . . . " I ' ll Be There " . . . S. Y. C. . . . Found with Linda . . . to visit California ... pet peeve— L. Y. . . . a future airline hostess 64 " Dear Mr. Penardi (photo: Gray) ROBERT P. JOYAL " Bob " . . . found at the A W or with the guys . . . remembers sophomore biology with Miss Bromfeld . . . " Where are you going? " . . . quiet and sensitive . . . Bob plans to join the service in the future . . . PAMELA J. KALTON " Pam " . . . green . . Homecoming ' 70 . . . Sketti Supper . . . Biology with Mr. Same . . . Gina ' s party Nov. 14, 1970 . . . tournament of plays Soph year . . . " Only Love Can Break Your Heart " . . . treasures a certain boy and her car . . . remembers decorating for SROINUJ AND CO. . . . running through the halls after school . . . dislikes mean people and sisters . . . " All Right! " . . . found with Mike or Donna, Rocky, Karen and Gina ... to visit Greece . . . MICHAEL G. KEARNS " Frog " . . . found at Kim ' s or at work . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . treas- ures K.M. and his car . . . U Mass . . . Ebb Tide . . . " Keep your mouth shut, this school is not run by democracy! " . . . English with Mr. Columbo . . . blue ... to go to college . . . " And here comes Lucky Lady (photo: Blackwell) 65 KATHLEEN A. KELLY " Kel-y " . . . blue ... a certain ring , . . July 14, 1970 .. . night of the Spaghetti Supper . . . Junior Prom . . . summer of ' 70 . . . " Make It With You " . . . friendly, talkative, smiling . . . Julie and two kids from E.B. . . . " Strop " . . . " you ' re men- tal " . . . wicked ... to teach Spanish and be happy . . . DAVID B. KENNEDY " David " . . . Sketti Supper . . . " BYA " . . . biology and Algebra II . . . " Hey Gringo " . . . Creedence ' s " Heard It Through The Grapevine " . . . seeing an egg being thrown out a car window and missing the window . . . California . . . purple . . . found at dances . . . dedicates his life to humanity ... to be a carpenter . . . MARY A. KILLGOAR " Mary " . . . found with Carolyn, Marie, and Jane . . . Chem I with Mr. Holbert . . . twirling at the football games . . . pet peeve— homework on top of home- work . . . field hockey, baseball, and Dalton Jones . . . Mary would like to travel anywhere outside Massachusetts BARRY H. KESSELMAN " Barry " . . . Mr. Nessar ' s shop class sophomore year ... Mr. Moulton ' s English class . . . Miss Gold ' s soph- omore English class . . . hopes to visit Australia . . . plans to go to the U. of Mass. and then to Med. School . . . CYNTHIA A. KIMTIS " Cyndie " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " Wow! " ... a special someone who un- derstands . . . with Buddy . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . being hurt . . . Mr. Columbo and Coke all over English class . . . Switzerland ... a future fash- ion buyer . . . to be happy . . . 66 ROBERT J. KILDUFF " Bob " . . . Red . . . " Right on! " ... my car . . . remembers Canton High 1969 . . . U.S. history ... pet peeve— physics! . . . tragic experience— Mr. Healy ... no special plans for the future . . . MARIE G. KIMTIS " Marie " . . . can be found at Gilchrist ' s or on the hockey field . . . pink . . . would like to see a betterment of lunches and one basement for the non- smokers . . . most treasured posses- sion—a lovely green gym suit (?) . .. re- members catching flies for biology . . . Marie plans to see the world and to study advertising . . . STEPHEN P. KIRKPATRICK " Steve " . . . found with Wylie ... re- members sophomore English . . . fond memories of Marie . . . treasures his car . . . purple . . . " wicked neat " . . . Simon and Garfunkel . . . Steve would like to visit Sweet Grass Mountain in the future . . . MARGEURITE A. LaCASSE " Peggy " . . . memories of Christmas " 69 " . . . found at the firsty and Old Al- berts . . . wrecking a certain car with McDonald ' s food . . . green ... pet peeve— Barbara . . . " Make Believe " . . . dedicates her referrals to SHS . . . to be an L.P.N. . . . LINDA M. KOLBE " Linda " . . . found down Charles Ave- nue . . . blue . . . enjoys swimming and Demolition Derbies . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . fond memories of summer ' 68 and ' 69 . . . pet peeve— fighting with Larry and people taking advantage of others . . . emotional, sensitive, friendly, and lovable . . . treasures her lost friend- ship ring . . . plans to become a hair dresser and to be happy . . . LYNNETTE K. LACIVITA " Lynn " . . . blue . . . " Are you serious? " . . . " Look to Your Soul " . . . treasures life and love ... a certain guy named Jeff . . . dislikes prejudiced people . . . Senior Prom . . . Tech Tourney " 67 " . . . Canton-Stoughton football games . . . remembers Mr. Reis ' s homeroom . . . Miss Sullivan ' s English class . . . tragic experience— Mr. Penardi ' s office . . . to visit Ireland, England, and Cali- fornia ... to be happy . . . 1 CHARLES L. KOLESINSKI " Charlie " . . . will always remember the Tech Tourney . . . enjoyed English, economics and shop . . green . . . " Evil Ways " . . . treasures h is car . . . Florida . . . plans to go into the service ROBERT F. LANDOLFI " Bob " , . enjoyed the homecoming game and Student Council meetings . . . special memories of Mrs Lafayette . . . Problems with Mr. Bucklin . . . dedi- cates his life to Marie . . . would like to visit Italy . . . plans for the Navy . . . ROBERT D. LANDRY " Bob " . . . " Born to Be Wild " . . . blue . . . hockey . . . pizza . . . motorcycles . . . plans to visit the West Coast ... a future bricklayer . . . DAVID C. LATORA " Dave " . . . found with " Choppers " . . . will never forget breaking Mrs. Flana- gan ' s window in history . . . enjoyed Mr. Finn ' s wood shop . . . hopes to own his own motorcycle shop and go to California . . . NANCY L. LANE " Nance " . . . " What ' s it to ya? " . . . blue . . . " After Midnight " . . . found with L.R. and P. L. . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Franklin game . . . remembers Mac ' s class . . . Gina ' s party ... to visit a Bud- weiser brewery . . . leaves her beer tabs GERALD J. LEAVER " Gerry " . . . can be found at the gas station . . . treasures his Charger . . . eating . . . plans to be king . . . DEBRA S. LANG " Debbie " . . . can be found with Step- hen . . . memories of " A Time For Us " and the following day . . . deep purple . . . " Can ' t find the time to tell you " . . . remembers weekends at the Cape . . . T.D.C. and C.C.T. with Suke . . . French III and M.G. . . . treasures a certain ring . . . Debbie plans to teach kindergar- ten, get married, and stay happy . . . FRANCIS J. LEOPARDI " Skip " . . . blue . . . found at Swan Cleaners . . . " Blue Suede Shoes " . . . pet peeve— hefties and haircuts . . . en- joyed the days off at S.H.S. ... " I think I busted a button on my trousers, hope they don ' t fall down " . . . dedicates his life to the B B ' s . . " Skip " hopes to visit California by Chopper with Tony 68 DONNA M. LESSA " Donna " . . . the Spaghetti Supper . . . the Tournament of Plays 1968 ... Mr. Holbert ' s Chem I class?? . . . blue . . . dislikes being called Donna Marie . . . " H " hour D208 . . . " Can ' t Find the Time To Tell You " . . . treasures her teddy bears ... a future dental assist- ant .. . SUSAN E. LIMBEY " Suki " . . . deep wine purple . . . " Re- joice, rejoice, we have no choice but to carry on " . . . weekends and the Cape . . . So ' 68 . . . " E.T.I " . . . Remembers P.J. ' s class . . . TDC CCT with Deb . . . Alice ' s . . . Everybody, I love you . . . treasures ' 68 crutch ... to visit As- sinippi . . . clams, Chinese nibs and nutty buddies . . . hates waking up . . . found hiding or down by the river . . . " wicked " . . . anchovies . . . " I ' m out of here " ... to love life . . . DIANA L. LETOURNEAU " Diana " . . . Home-Ec class . . . mad antics with Judy and Mai . . . would like to visit California . . . purple . . . " Echo Park " . . . dislikes two-faced people . . . found hanging at Dunkins ' . . . treas- ures her memories . . . would like to be happy . . . CLARENCE J. LITTLE " Jeff " . . . " Now it ' s my turn to leave " . . . can be found where it ' s happening . . . treasures his life and a few garters . . . memories of 1970 Football team . . . November 14 from 5:00 on . . . Afro- American History . . . dedicates his life to happiness and Mr. Cullen . . . Staying at the Shack . . . " Super Bad and Funky Man " . . . Delfonics . . . would like to visit Scandinavia . . . brown . . . plans to go to college and study law . . . IL CATHERINE A. LEWIS " Lew-y " . . . " Ah, I remember it well " . . . Sketti Supper . . . hangin ' ... hy- perbolas with the " Great Chicken " . . . meeting the " Great Pumpkin " on Hal- loween . . . Labor Day weekend . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . found with " B.F.C. ' s " . . . pet peeve- " Strop " ... a future fashion designer . . . ROXANNE M. LOCANTORE " Rocky " . . . Sketti Supper . . . found where there ' s people ... " I just love biology! " . . . memories of the rain at P- town in the open dune buggy and that Labor Day weekend! ... being sick at the Junior Prom . . . treasures her " Teddy Bear " that walks and talks . . . liked Journalism and Biology . . . that ' 65 Mustang . . . Senior Reception ' 70 ... to help people all that she can . . . 69 DAVID T. LOMBARD " Lumpy " . . . " Get off my face! " . . . Wednesday October 7, 1970 . . . print shop . . . Spaghetti Supper ... his hair- cut . . . the last voyage . . . would like to visit Siberia . . . " Dazed and Confused " . . . treasures K. O. . . . blue . . . dedi- cates his life to love, liberty, and pur- suit of happiness . . . hopes to be prin- cipal of Stoughton High . . . BRADFORD M. LYTTLE " Brad " . . . blue . . . " wicked funny " . . . ice cream fudge bars ... Mr. Chamber- lain . . . found at a yellow and brown house . . . Maryellen . . . " Can ' t Find My Way Home " ... a future in computer programming or art . . . GARY A. LORING " Gary " . . . remembers parking in the teachers parking lot ... dislikes woman drivers . . . " Do you know what I mean? " . . . blue . . . found at Pau- lette ' s . . . " Can ' t Find The Time " ... to be happy . . . ROBERT J. MacCOMBIE " Bob " . . . enjoyed Mr. Nassise ' s chemistry tests ... Mr. Reis ' s geometry class ... Mr. Chamberlain ' s English class . . . tragic experience— Mr. La- velle ' s French class . . . would like to visit Canada . . . hockey, football, base- ball, basketball . . . fishing and camp- ing ... coke and pizza . . . " Crimson and Clover " . . . plans to be successful ARLENE F. LUBOW " Arlene " . . . Purple ... " I can ' t find the time to tell you " . . . treasures a special locket . . . hamburgers and pizza . . . anywhere but Stoughton . . . hates smokey school basements . . . remembers Algebra with Mr. Levesque . . . Chemistry with Mr. Holbert (huh) . . . continually getting hurt in gym . . . to visit Europe and Israel ... a future home economics teacher . . . DONNA R. MacKEEN " Donna " . . . can be found in E-203 . . . treasures her horse . . . has fond memories of her French classes . . . Donna, quiet and friendly, plans to be- come an artist . . . 70 SUSAN M. MALINOSKY " Sam " . . . prom of 1969 . . . purple . . . waiting for Stephen . . . Charles Ave . . . " Melody for an Unknown Girl " . . . 95 Ewing Drive ... a future dental as- sistant . . . CATHERINE T. MASON " Cath " . . . " you ' re gonna get it " ... is never found . . . " Turn Around, Look at Me " . . . Mickey Mouse and lollipops . . . Nov. 14 at Karen ' s . . . Tuesday studies . . . spaghetti and popcorn at 5 a.m. ... Mr. McLellan, Mrs. Lafayette, and Miss Steffan . . . the Cape and crazy letters . . . " You make me so very happy " . . . " Ain ' t it Grand? " . . . soph- omore year and the " gang " . . . will re- member " Betty Crocker ' s " greatest achievement ... a social worker . . . WYMAN F. MANN " Wymie " . . . unique . . . found on Mor- ton Street . . . " Let It Be " . . . blue . . . " Yeah " . . . the guys . . . gym class . . . the Armory . . . hopes to live comfort- ably ... to visit Nova Scotia . . . NORMAN S. MASON " Norm " . . . " My Girl " . . . quick tem- pered, moody, and usually quiet . . . summer of ' 70 . . . loves Mrs. C ' s spa- ghetti . . . " don ' t bother me! " . . . treas- ures his education and E C. . . . found in a blue Bonneville most of the time . . . likes to talk with people . . . dislikes people who think they know everything . . . yellow . . . would like to be happy and successful . . . 71 STEPHEN T. MARGARITE " Bones " . . . night of our Spaghetti Supper . . , orange . . . treasures B.B. and his car . . . pet peeve— mushrooms on pizzas . . . " Tommy " . . . trapping flies in the cafeteria . . . " You are the ugliest " . . . remembers lunch and the Chef ' s Club . . . catching zippers with Stretch . . . tragedies— double football practice sessions and marks . . . dedi- cated to Mr. Fanning for making the seven-man sled obsolete ... to visit Shanghai Noodle Factory ... to gradu- ate and be rich . . . MERRELLC. MASTIN " Merrell " . . . found in Boston or at MIT . . . purple . . . sensitive and moody . . . fond memories of a month in New York in ' 68 . . . " Michael From Mountains " . . . Mr. McCarthy ' s history class and Miss O ' Connell ' s gym class . . . would like to travel to Yugoslavia . . . Merrell plans to help mentally retarded chil- dren . . . JOANNE Mccormick " Joanne " . . . Junior Prom . . . Mr. McLellan ' s English class and Mrs. La- fayette ' s psychology class . . . aqua . . . Brazil . . . tragic experience— starting SHS . . . Terrance Harper . . . most treasured possession— her pillow ... to be happy . . . BRIAN M. McCarthy " Brian " . . . purple . . . treasures his li- cense . . . " Hard to Say " ... Mr. Lecl- aire ' s shop classes . . . U.S. history with Miss French ... to go to California by car . . . July 19, 1970 . . . can always be found with Eileen ... to be a com- puter programmer . . . LINDA A. McCartney " McKart " . . . found with a certain Brockton boy . . . the Junior prom and the Spaghetti Supper . . . " STROP " . . . footprints on the tennis courts with Cathy . . . Chemistry l-twice!!! . . . " I ' ll Be There " . . . treasures her stuffed an- imals ... a future nurse . . . ' It couldn ' t have been the spaghetti that made him sick . . . " (Photo: Gray) CLAIRE B. McCORRISON " Claire " . . . memories of driver-ed with Mr. O ' Connor ... " A chip off the old rock " . . . " Mr. Bo Jangles " . . . " So- ciety is the walls of our imprisonment in history " . . . would like to travel out of the U.S. . . . biology with Mr. Sarno . . . winning the golden broom award . . . Claire plans to get out of Stoughton and stay out . . . SUSAN R. Mcdonald " Sue " . . . found with friends . . . blue . . . fond memories of the summers of " 69 and ' 70 . . . football . . . " Never My Love " . . . treasures her friends and happiness . . . dislikes people taking advantage of others . . . races, cook- ing, and writing letters ... a future sec- retary . . . 72 JANICE M. McKENNA " Janice " ... July 12, 1969 ... " the confession " . . . dedicated to Jackie . . . " Live while you ' ve got life to live, love while you ' ve love to give. " . . . Egypt ... to buy a farm in New Hamp- shire . . . JOSEPH A. McSTOWE " Joe " . . . tragedy— school lunches! . . . treasures his friendships and his car . . . usually found at Stop Shop or with Bill B . . . " Keep smiling! " . . . dedicates his life to figuring out a cer- tain person . . . Plymouth in the sum- mertime . . . remembers starting the Campus Shop ... a career in market- ing and distribution for Joe . . . KAREN P. Mclaughlin " Karen " . . . found hangin ' at Dunkin ' s . . . green . . . October 16, 1970 . . . treasures her special guy . . . " Really? " . . . remembers skippin ' with N.B. . . . Spaghetti Supper ... Mr. Dubow after school . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . would like to travel to Hawaii . . . pet peeve— stenography ... to be WILLIAM J. MEARS " Billy " . . . " Oh, I just love you " ... al- ways smiling . . . found driving around Stoughton ... a nice kid to know . . . Billy has plans for the future . . . Happi- ness is . . . GEORGE MCNEILL " George " . . . " Right! " . . . The after- math of the Spaghetti Supper . . . Oct. 7, 1970 . . , " One minute to get into the compound! " . . . locker room hair cuts . . . enjoyed phys-ed . . . " Black is Black " ... a sure success . . . LINDA M. MEROLA " Linda " . . . sincere, big-hearted, and happy . . . blue . . . remembers the Spa- ghetti Supper and Junior Prom ... a special guy . . . " Pretty nifty, huh! " . . . the rock opera " Tommy " ... pet peeve— people who take advantage of others . . . football ... Mr. Boushell ' s Typing II . . . treasures a true friendship . . . her teddy bear ... to stay happy . . . 73 KEVIN J. MERRIAM " Squeak " . . . " You know what Frank says " . . . enjoyed that 67-68 English class ... a trip to New York with D.C. . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . found with the pousse gang . . . gray . . . Chinese food . . . to visit California . . . dedicates his life to Donna . . . plans to tie a carpen- ter .. . GARY S. MOORS " Gar " . . . found working at the B.P.M. . . . blue . . . memories of Expo ' 67 . . . pet peeve— white socks . . . bomb scares . . . the trip to the French res- taurant . . . " Really? " . . . California . . . Gar would like to be an accountant . . . BETH E. MICHAEL " Beth " . . . found In Taunton . . . purple . . . " Love is Blue " . . . remembers fall- ing down the " A " building stairs . . . " That ' s not even nice! " . . . finding the boiler room her first day at S.H.S. . . . would like to visit Greece . . . DEBORAH J. MORAN " Debbie " . . . music, horseback riding and tennis . . . brown . . . fond memo- ries of the Junior Prom . . . Sketti Sup- per . . . X-Mas Dance . . . etc . . . tobog- ganing . . . " Everybody I love you " . . . enjoys James Taylor, Tom Rush, and John Sebastian . . . would like to travel around the world . . . inner peace ... to study art . . . NANCY L. MOLEA " Nancy " . . . can be found with Marie, Marg, Lizzie, Mary, Lee, Denise, and Gall . . . yellow . . . " Gypsy Woman " . . . remembers Mr. Chamberlain ' s English class . . . treasures her dog Jody and her friends . . . would like to travel around Europe ... to go to college . . . JANET M. MULHERN " Jan " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Mr. C ' s English Class . . . skipping classes in the basement . . . blue . . . " Ask me if I care " . . . dislikes conceited people . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, Young ... re- members Gina ' s party . . . " How Can I Be Sure? ' . . . D.M.M. . . . Ireland . . . 74 STEVEN F. MURRAY " Steve " . . . Miss Moore ' s English class . . . Nemo and " Say Hello To Horace " . . . tragic experience— metal shop?! . . . found at Denneno ' s . . . would like to visit Mexico . . . GAIL P. NATOU " Gail " . . . will always remember the S.M.U. Festival . , . " Catch the Wind " . . . special memories of riding, and a certain trip to New Hampshire . . . wants to dedicate her life trying to un- derstand people . . . would like one day to visit Colorado ... will always be happy and gay . . . JEAN M. NEIDER " Jeannie " ... art with Mr. Medeiros and history with Mr. Edmonston . . . Italy . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . baby blue ... a silver chain with a heart on it . . . hangs at Nancy ' s and Maryann ' s . . . dislikes alarm clocks . . . dedicates her life to " him " . . . hopes to be an art teacher . . . FREDERICK T. NELSON " Fred " . . . remembers Thanksgiving game . . . found with " Scootch " . . . New Hampshire and football . . . pet peeve— blue eyes and blue eyed cats ROBERT G. NICHOLS " Bob " . . . found in and around S.H.S. . . . trumpets and Mr. LeGrow . . . treas- ures his Rambler (for as long as it will run) . . . hopes to be an asset . . . plans to be happy and live long . . . SUSAN H.NICKERSON " Susan " . . . enjoyed such classes as Latin I with " Cicero " , chemistry, phys- ics .. . quiet . . . friendly . . . chorus . . . plans to go to college . . . 75 JOHN A. NIESKENS " John " . . . " What ' s the story? " . . . usually found on earth . . . remembers Chem II with Mr. Holbert . . . will never forget catching a baseball with his eye . . . " Hey Piasano " . . . Lasagna . . . Hawaii . . . pet peeve— people who talk a lot but say nothing . . . " Get To- gether " ... to become a successful dentist . . . SUSAN A. O ' HARE " Su " ... in pants? . . . pink even! . . . always gay and smiling . . . Halloween 1968 . . . " Turn Around, Look at Me " . . . The ice November 1, 1969 . . . her sister " Cathy " . . . dedicates her " sen- timental journey " to the next group of PJ girls . . . cherishes memories and friends . . . peace . . . MARY E. O ' CONNELL " Moc " . . . violets and Peter Rabbit . . . spaghetti and popcorn at dawn . . . July 4, 1970 . . . " Wow! " . . . junior studies in the library . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . her rock . . . bowling at three A.M. . . . T.D.J.R.T.D. ... pet peeve— being so tall(?) . . . P. E.I. —a lot of memories . . . hates to say " good-bye ... to visit Never Never Land . . . r 1 A HENRY J. O HEARN III " Buddy " . . . T S.S. . . . Problems of Democracy . . . blue . . . treasures his car . . . dedicates his life to himself . . . to travel everywhere . . . future in U.S.N. . . . MICHAEL OHANDLEY " Hink " . . . purple . . . values his car . . . football games . . . remembers senior skip days and bomb scares . . . gym . . . to visit California . . . " Something in the air " . . . plans to join the service . . . PAULA J. OLSIEWSKI " Paula " . . . found with " the guys " . . . skiing and sailing . . . hiking eight miles in the rain . . . remembers the time she blew off the top of Wildcat!! . . . her freshman locker . . . field hockey and majorettes . . . happiness is knowing . . . " To live, to laugh, to forget time " 76 KAREN M, OLSON " Beans " . . . found with " the guys " . . . remembers the time Paula blew off the top of Wildcat! . . . " Fire and Rain " . . , bike rides to W.B. and D.W. ... a poem . . " Love begins because, even with- out words, we understand how some- one feels " . . . NIKKI J. OSTIS " Nikki " . . . " Time it was, and what a time it was, it was ... a time of in- nocence, a time of confidence. Long ago ... it must be ... I have a photo- graph. Preserve your memories; they ' re a ll that ' s left you " . . . love and understanding . . . Paul Erik ... to be free . . . DANIEL K. O ' MEARA " Danny " . . . found with Robbie . . . Bruins games . . . " The Scalper " , . . gold black . . . Eddie Shack ... to be a sportscaster . . . Santa Glaus with S.M. and F.N. . . . pet peeve— Henry Finkel . . , JACQUELINE M. OTT " Hey Jack! " . . . " F " lunch and Mickey Mouse . . . " Two Praying Hands " . . . Disneyland ... " A Time For Us " , . . . dancing the last dance, . . . bowling at 3:00 A M . . . F.P.W.M.A.D Soul . . . being able to smile . . . spaghetti and popcorn at 5:00 A.M. . . . trag- edy—visiting the throat specialist . . . July 26, 1969 . . . denting Dunham ' s floor! . , . tears of friendship . . . 77 PAULA R. ORO " Paula " . . . football games . . . Junior Prom ' 70 . . . senior studies . . . yellow . . . Nov. 14— out with the girls . . . de- dicates her laugh to SHS . . . plans for future happiness . . . VALERIE M. PAPPAS " Hap " . . . P-Town . . . egg a la Fields Park . . . bubbles a la fountain . . . found with M,E,S,P,D,G,F,S, . . . blue . . . the Spaghetti Supper . . . " All Right " . . . treasures her keys . . . June 2, 1970 . . . dedicates herself to the bettering of a certain someone ' s tires . . . to be a dental assistant . . . RUTH M. PARRIN " Ruthie " ... " I shall pass through this world but once. Any good that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any Animal, Bird, or Human Being, let me do it now. Do not let me defer or neg- lect it. For I shall not pass this way again " . . . What is life without a dream? ... to become a nurse . . . DEBORAH A. PERDIGAO " Debbie " . . . yellow . . . can be found in a green Chevy with Giblet . . . " Du- gar Dubar " . . . remembers the Thanks- giving football game of 1968 . . . most treasured possession— Chip . . . " Get off me! " ... a funny experience— antics with Giblet! . . . Debbie plans to leave Stoughton and to travel to Hawaii . . . PHILIP J. PAVADORE " Pav " . . . Mr. Finn ' s shop . . . would like to see Europe ... blue ... treas- ures his license ... to be happy at whatever he does . . . GEORGE D. PERRY " George " . . . Remembers the rally for the Mansfield game . . . thinks Franklin was a tragic experience . . . " pride and dedication ' . . . Thunder and Fireworks . . . can be found with his teammates . . . flight of the Canada . . . sports . . would like to leave the best of luck to any foot- ball team who may win the Hockomock Championship . . . George plans to be a winner . . . DEBORAH A. PECHONIS " Deb " . . . Blue . . . Tech Tourney game . . . Miss Moore ' s English class ' 68 ... The Wesley house, Martha ' s Vineyard . . . Sept 23, 1970 ... Whip and Chill . . . treasures " Casper " . . . found anywhere ... pet peeve— J. R. . . . dedicated to Mr. Bernier ... to visit Africa . . . EDWARD F PETERS " Eddy " . . . green. Falcon, and the store . . . found working in the shop . . . deadlines for the Semaphore . . . " Eddy " dedicates his life to anyone who wants it . . . ELLEN M. PETERSON " Ellen " . . . " Vincebus Eruptum " . . . " Blue Cheer " . . . someday to live, work, and own a farm as far away as possible . . . PAULW. PIATKOWSKI " Piat " . . . dislikes English . . . " Ain ' t no good " . . . hockey . . . underwater stud- ies .. . can be found everywhere . . . quiet . . . remembers Mr. Snyder ' s gym class . . . ERNEST J. POILLUCCI " P.J. " . . . blue . . . ' Right On " . . . re- members S.H.S bomb scares . . . en- joys gym and shop . . . musically in- clined . . . would like to tour Europe . . . " Long Time Gone " . . . friendships . . . ROSEMARY POILLUCCI " Ro " . . . " Smile " . . . found with her friends . . . F-lunch and Mickey Mouse . . . spaghetti and pop corn at 5 a.m. . . . blue . . . " Baby, It ' s You " . . . en- joyed Miss Lombardi ' s geometry class . . . November 14,1 970 ... a future de- ntal hygienist . . . RUSSELL F. POIRIER " Russ " . . . found under his car . . . memories of GRDC ... to be a me- chanic . . . " Ya, Right! " . . . " School-a nice place to visit but I wouldn ' t want to stay there! " . . . GAILM. POLILLIO " Gail " . . . can be found with Michele and the kids . . . fond memories of Mrs. Kauffman ' s class . . . holds the record for skipping gym class . . she has plans of being happy, rich, and suc- cessful . . . 79 ANITA M POMBO " Pinny " , . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Tournament of Plays . . . remembers being in the Wizard of Oz . . . " Pincy, PIncy " . . . " Dirty Jokes?? " . . . Home Eg and Review English . . . Confetti from a note . . . dislikes waiting . . . treasures her friends and " Snowball " . . . " I ' ll be There " . . . loves people . . . hopes to travel all over the world ... a future legal secretary , . . STEPHEN P. POOLE " Steve " . . . the day in physiology when all the frogs escaped! . . . earth sci- ence, biology . . . " Bad marks again? I ' ll do better next term " . . . would like to see the West . . . swimming, canoe- ing, basketball . . . Bee Gees . . . plans to go to college and major in science I CAROL ANN POPE " Carol " . . . " Did you get that one, guys? " . . . dedicates her life to people . . . enjoyed the trip to the U.N. ... re- members a trail of confetti . . . Nov. 1 1 , 1969 . . . and especially Tomato . . . would like to visit Ireland . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . butterscotch pudding . . . pickles . . . yellow . . . her pet peeves are poopsie and vocabulary words . . . a future nurse . . . RICHARD POSHKUS " Rick " . . . serious, quiet, and friendly . . . always around to help . . . treasures memories of that special day . . . " Cherish " ... pet peeve— SHS teach- ers . . . Rick hopes to be happy and successful . . . JOSEPH W. POWERS, JR. " Joe " . . . Spaghetti Supper aftermath . . . " Now it ' s my turn to leave " . . . " Let it Be " . . . Ralph ' s Party . . leaves hands to " Toiky " . . . cemetery in Sha- ron . . . pet peeve— work ... to be a coach MARYANN E PRESKENIS " Maryann " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Junior Prom . . . French . . . blue . . . treasures her driver ' s license . . . " Snow Bird " . . . found with Nancy, Terrie and Jean . . . would like to visit Hawaii ... to be an executive secretary 80 DONNA L PRICE " Donna " . . . green . . . " wicked " . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . found with B.S. H D . . . treasures her gum . . . Tech Tourney ' 69 . . . the Spaghetti Supper . . . IVlay 1969 .. . U.S. History . . pep- per gum in history . . . losing her " wing-nut " ... a future in elementary education . . . ALAN PRODOUZ " Al " , . . remembers clouds of smoke in front of the office . . . Bus 14 . . . Pho- tography ... a tragic experience in freshman year . . . " Yesterday " . . . " Wooden Ships " . . . blue . . . found anywhere . . . Impala S.S. . . . " No, you can ' t have a ride " ... to find peace and meaning in life . . . GAIL L. QUADROS " Gail . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . navy blue . . . found with P.S., U.M., and F.S. . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . Chinese food ... a certain blonde . . . pet peeve— two-faced people ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . Spa- ghetti Supper . . . CAROLYN B. RANSOM " Carolyn " . . . remembers the " Wall to Wall Dirt Cafe " . . . tennis . . . physi- ology with Mr. P . . . " Public opinion is a weak tyrant compared with our own private opinion " . . . " Edward the Mad Shirt Grinder " . . . plans to study medi- cine ... to live in Maine . . . DONALD REESE " Don " . . . found in his car . . . Mac- Donald ' s . . . always sleeping in history class . . . treasures his blue Ford . . . LINDA L. REARDON " Lynn " . . . hangs around with J.R., P L., M.D. and D P. . . . Spaghetti Sup- per ... Mr. Down ' s math class . . . trying to fit a blinking caution light in her car . . . riding to Horseneck Beach in the rain on junior skip day . . . away from Stoughton . . . ' Close To You " . . . blue . . . Old Alberts and Fristy . . . dedicates her smile to society . . . hopes to be an L.P.N. . . . 81 DONALD W. REID " Don " . . . ' Rome wasn ' t built in a day " . . . thinks freshman year was a tragedy . . . treasures his car keys (all of them) . . . thought health class in gym was funny . . . Don would like to travel North . . . plans to take it easy . . . KATHLEEN E. ROBINSON " Robin " . . . light blue . . . " Till " . . . treasures Bobby . . . memories of the Junior Prom . . . can be found at 40 Brock Street . . . rememtDers the Tech Tourney . . . plans to stay happy . . . would like to visit Germany some day Ha! Ha! You can ' t get me! (photo: Gray) JOHN P. ROSE " Jackie " . . . bombdays . . . office ses- sions . . . make up for the sleep he lost . . . " the bed I left at home " ... Mr. Pe- nardi ' s house for beans and frankfurts BRIAN D. RIST " Brian " . . . football and track . . . that tragic geometry class with Mr. Reis . . . " I Wanna Take You Higher " ... pet peeve— English . . . blue . . . Brian ' s ambition is to get out of high school . . . JEAN E. RIVERS " Giblet " . . . found with Jackie, Deb, and David . . . yellow . . . " Hurt so Bad " ... ' 68 Senior Reception ... pet peeve— people who think they are cool . . . " Get off me " . . . plans to leave Stoughton . . . 82 JOANNE M. ROCCI " Jo " . . . Spaghetti Supper , . . gymnas- tics . . . " Cherish " . . . blue . . . " Oh Wow! " . . . remembers getting kicked out of the locker room half undressed for the bomb scare . . . getting caught after going out to lunch . . . Italy ... J. " Buster " Curley . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young ... to be a social worker . . . MICHAEL T. ROCHE " Mike " . . . found at Star or with Mike, Rich, and Homp . . . Miguel the cock- roach . . . treasures his Spanish classes and gym with Mr. Cullen . . . " Don ' t wait too long " . . . " McDonald ' s is our kind of place " ... to return to Carrock . . . ALDA T. RODRIGUES " Alda " . . . found at I. A. ' s house . . . blue . . . " Hi, what ' s new? " ... the Spa- ghetti Supper . . . " For the Love of Him " . . . hopes to major in foreign lan- guages . . . MARJORIE D. RODRIGUES " Margie " . . . Spaghetti Supper ... re- members breaking her ankle as a freshman . . . dedicates her life to Frank . . . would like to visit Spain . . . have a blast— enjoy yourself all the time . . . " am I that easy to forget " . . . pink . . . treasures her sparkling " diamond " ... to attend Southeastern and become a Dental Assistant . . . 83 WINIFRED M. ROCHE " Freddie " . . . Blue . . . her parking space in the Faculty parking lot ... football games . . . Sketti Supper . . . " Right on! " . . . Journalism . . . October 20, 1970 . . . " It ' s Only Make Believe " . . . hopes to travel around the world BARBARA E. ROGERS " BR " . . . quiet and friendly . . . " OK youse guys " . . . the 1970 field hockey season . . . treasures her friends . . . memories of the S.H.S. football team . . . geometry, gym, and art ... to visit Hawaii ... a future artist . . . JOHN E. ROMANOWSKY " Chink " . . . " right on " . . . quiet . . . sensitive . . . friendly ... " I Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . John will bet- ter the world . . . DONNA M. RUGGIERO " Donna " . . . " Oh my God! " . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . treasures her " Pooh bear " . . . hates squeaky shoes . . . can be found at the B.P.M. . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Junior Prom . . . French III . . . Rufus the Lufus ... to college and a field of teaching . . , HPIP I 1 DEBORAH D. RUDIS " Jack " . . . everywhere but where she ' s supposed to be ... with " the guys " . . . skiing ... 3 months in 1970 . . . " If I were a Carpenter " . . . hiking 8 miles in the rain . . . " Camelot " in W.B. ... cat lab with ' the Prince " . . . Hal- loween ' 70 ... a single red rose . . . bike rides with K.O. and K.C. . . . For- gets what to remember as she leaves with a smile . . . GAIL T. RUPP " Cuddles " . . . violet . . . " Leaving On A Jet Plane " . . . found with Eddie in a red Corvette . . treasures her hope chest and engagement ring . . . dislikes waiting . . . " Oh my God " . . . the Spa- ghetti Supper . . . getting thrown in the showers . . . dedicates her life to Eddie . . . remembers crashing up the Cor- vette . . . would like to be a dental as- sistant . . . JEFFREY P. RUSSELL ■Jeff ' . . fishing down the Cape with Suke . . . playing O A. . . found in the gym . . . S.L. . . . deep wine purple . . dedicates his life to S.L, and basketball . . . Mis s French . . . " Honest to God " . . . " Everybody I Love You " . pet peeve— right leg ... the Junior Prom . . B.B. School . . . basketball, fishing, and hunting . . . confidence . . . 84 RAY F.SAMUELS, JR. " Sammy " . . . football and wrestling . . . remembers " WPI " . . . enjoyed Mr. Downs Business Math class . . . blue . . . " Give us a break " . . . dedicated to the lunch room . . . would like to make a future in photography . . . CYNTHIA A. RYDER " Cindy " . . . orange . . . " C ' mon, hurry up " . . . found in Brockton . . . enjoys subs, cokes and potato chips . . dis- likes people who are late . . . will al- ways remember the Spaghetti Supper and being chased by the Space Speed Kids? . . . Plymouth . . . " I Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " ... to be happy . . . DONNA M. SANGIOLO " Donna " . . . remembers both Junior Proms ... Mr. Berry ' s Latin classes . . . " Yesterday " . . . green . . . most treas- ured possession— M.T.S.S. . . . would like to live in Europe for a while ... to go to college . . . JULIE ANN SACCA " Jay " . . . remembers the time she tricked the substitute teacher! ... the Prom, Christmas Dance, and Spaghetti Supper . . . business math with Mr. Downs and Teresa and Dulce . . . Italy . . . when Miss Mac dropped her apple pie on the oven door ... a future hair- dresser . . . SANDRA M. SAVIN! " Sandy " . . . happy and crazy . . . found with AS, AD, DB, and the " gang " . . . animal crackers and bubble gum . . . pet peeve— freckles and May 20, 1970 . . . pumpkins . . . Nov. 14 . . . out with the girls ... at nite at D ' s . . . " Bushes " . . . Uncle Dan and Twin, New Hamp- shire ... to enjoy life . . 85 JOHN F, SAWYER " John " . . . purple . . . " Good Evening " . . . " Heard it through the Grapevine " . . . CCR . . treasures his tape recorder . . . found hanging at the BPM ... re- members the Tech Tourney ' 67 ... homeroom periods . . . Mr. Pierce ' s biology classes . . . Christmas Dance ' 67 . . . remembers a tragic motorcycle accident ... to visit Hawaii ... a future in the field of graphic arts . . . HELEN J. SCHIFFER " Helen " . . . purple . . . found with Jane and Gloria at Cobb ' s Corner , . . pizza ... a certain boy from Sharon . . . Sketti Supper and the party afterwards ... " I Wanna Make It With You " . . . pet peeve— white socks . . . Hawaii . . . leaves the smokey girl ' s rooms to the future seniors ... to be a hairdresser ANTHONY J. SCHUKO " Tony " . . . found hanging at Cobb ' s Corner . . . choppers and wild people . . . " Sympathy For The Devil " ... re- members getting blamed when Dave broke a window in Mrs. Flanagan ' s room . . . black ... to visit California by bike with Skippy and Dave . . . ANN M. SEAMAN " Ann " . . . Junior Prom . . . November 9, 1970 . . . Journalism . . . C.J.G. and her diamond . . . " Turn Around " . . . blue . . . pet peeve— a girl named Fred . . . Sketti Supper . . . " Right on! " . . . Moody Blues . . . leaves her locker to next year ' s freshmen . . . California . . . to be a bookkeeper . . . LOREEN M. SEELEY " Lori " . . . blue and brown . . . found at MacDonald ' s with C and M . . . " you ' re kidding " . . . treasures her car . . . " The Space Speed Kids " . . . hamburgers and french fries ... " I Can t Find The Time To Tell You " . . . pet peeve— two- faced people ... to work for an airline 86 PAULC.SESSLER " Paul " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . run- ning through the swamps after the sec- ond bomb scare . . . " What ' s Happen- ing? " . . . Algebra II with Miss Lombardi . . . wood shop with Mr. Finn . . . " Heard it Through the Grapevine " . . . treasures his license . . . cold pizza and warm beer . . . found at the B.P.M. . . . Creedence Clearwater Revival ... to visit California . . . hopes to go into en- gineering . . . f JANESESTITO " Jane " . . . found with Helen and Gloria . . . remembers dancing on a taco in the cafe . . . " right on " . . . pizza . . . pet peeve— white socks . . . " Make It With You " . . . blue . . . remembers the fun after the Spaghetti Supper . . . treasures her license ... to be happy MICHAEL J. SESTITO " Mike " . . . quiet, shy and sensitive . . . green . . . Spaghetti Supper ... ' 69 Freshman Dance . . . remembers Mr. Cullen ' s gym classes . . . treasures Ma- rianne and his falcon . . . " Make it with you " . . . always found with Marianne . . . to be happy . . . MAUREEN A. SHEA " Moe " . . , lemon yellow . . . taking pic- tures at the U.N. . . . Chinese food . . . Shakespeare with Mr. McLellan and Chemistry I . . . Switzerland . . . " Fire and Rain " . . , " living life for today and tomorrow and leaving the past behind " ... to be a math teacher . . . THOMAS E.SHEA " Tom " . . . blue . . . " 25 or x 6—2—4 " . . . pet peeve— people telling him what to do ... most treasured posses- sion—that certain hanger! . . . Mrs. Murray ' s English class . . . dedicates his life to education . . . California . . . to work in the graphics arts field . . . 87 BERNICED.SHEPLEY " Bernie " . . . Canton-Stoughton foot- ball games ... " I kid you not " . . . Bookkeeping II . , . remembers hitting the Goodwill box in Roxle ' s parking lot . . . wants to be happy and successful . . . would like to see France, Italy, Hawaii . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . blue . . . found with Ellen . . . treas- ures life, happiness, and love . . . JOANN M. SILVA " JoAnn " . . . " Take it slow " . . . getting lost in Boston with Sue . . . would like to travel to Spain ... " I Wanna Make It With You " . . . pink ... to be happy . . . found with P.T. . . . dedicates all her headaches to SHE . . . FREDERICK L. SMITH " Fred " . . . entertaining . . . enjoys bas- ketball . . . black . . . " I ' ll Be There " . . . likes to rap . . . hopes to become a broadcaster . . . RICARDO V. SILVA " Ricky " . . . purple . . . always will re- member the day a zipgun exploded with him holding it . . . plans to be a carpenter . . . enjoyed gym classes . . . " Engine 9 " . . . dedicates his life to Dr. Gould . . . LEE SMITH III " Lee " . . . " To be or not to be that is the bare bodkin " . . . enjoyed bomb scares . . . His funny experience— " Problems of Democracy " classes . . . Math Analysis . . . dedicates his life to all women . . . gym with Mr. Snyder . . . would like to travel to the Magellenie clouds ... his thought for SHS— " I ' m free! I ' m free! " ... a Navy flyer . . . RICHARD A SMITH " Rick " . . . always smiling, friendly and ready to help . . . remembers basket- ball and journalism ... 1968 Tech Tourney . . . chemistry with Mr. Holbert ... pet peeve— deadlines ... to attend Northeastern University . . . dedicates his life to people . . . SUSAN G SMITH " Sue " ... a certain night in Boston . . " Eat your heart out! " . . . Texas get married . . . Ronnie . . . blue . . , ■ Born to be Wild " . . G U. . . . summer of ' 70 . . . her friendship ring and huge pink dog . . . Mac ' s class . . getting lost in Boston with Jo-Ann . . . found out of town with Ronnie . . . 88 SUSAN D.SNOWDALE " Sue " . . . twirling at the football games . . . yellow . . . found with D.P.Y. . . . remembers the summer of " 70 " . . . biology with Miss Pratti . . . most treas- ured possession— her " teddy bear " . . . to be a home economics teacher . . . DIANE M. SOULE " Diane " . . . moody and quiet . . . walk- ing along the beach . . . remembers the Case game in the Tech Tourney ... art . . . dislikes rainy days . . . England and Scotland . . . a future in art . . . DULCE M. SOLANA " Dulce " . . . green . . . remembers Business Math with Mr. Downs . . . her first day at Stoughton High . . . treas- ures her car . . . always found in Weymouth . . . " Candida " . . . her bad English ... to visit Europe ... to go to business school . . . DEBRA J. SOUSA " Deb " ... A Time For Us . . . conceited people . . . making Pillsbury doughboys in Miss Macs ' home-ec class . . . blue . . . Barry ... " I am because you are, you are because I am, Love is because we are " . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Waters " . . . hopes to be a lab tech- nician . . , 89 LEONARDO SOLANA " Lenny " . . . blue . . . found with his friends . . . remembers the wrestling team . . , gym ... to visit Cuba . . . " War " . . . plans to get married . . ROBERT M. SPILLANE " Bobby " . . . found downtown with the guys . . . blue . . . remembers being suspended the second-to-last day of school . . . treasures a certain soph- omore . . . Mr. Bucklin ' s problems class . . . " What are you thinking? " . . . " Color My World " to stay happy . . . SHIRLEY L. STAPLES " Stirl " . . . periwinkle purple . . . will never forget looking for a con- glomerate rock on Route 128 . . . skipping last day of school in ' 70 . . . dedicates her " Whoopie Pies " to some deserving underclassman with a lead bottom stomach . . . treasures her friendships . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water " . . . Africa . . . to join the Peace Corps . . . ARTHUR C. STEWART " Puka " . . . " Vehicle " . . . Hanging with Turtle and Carat . . . the second bomb- scare . . . " get boomfed! " . . . Problems with Mr. D ... to be happy . . . ELIZABETH J. STEWART " Betty " . . . found at MacDonald ' s . . . " Close to You " . . . blue . . . " What a spiel " . . . peace, love, and under- standing . . . her senior year ... a fu- ture accountant . . . JANICE D. STOCKUS " Jan " . . . talkative, gullible, and happy . . . biology with Miss Pratti . . . twirling at the football games . . . found with M R S., at the CCGH, or with Gina . . . " How can I Be Sure? " . . . pet peeve— frizzy hair! ... the Spellman Prom ... a future dietician . . . SCOTT J. SULLIVAN " Scott " . . . can be found up the Youth Center . . . most treasured posses- sion—his beer tabs . . . memories of G.U. ' s floor after the Spaghetti Supper . . . plans to be happy and successful 90 NANCY J. SUSLOWICZ " Nanc " . . . the trip to the U.N. in New York . . civics with Mr. Ed and Home Ec with Miss Mac . . . California . . . Led Zeppelin . . . blue . . . found up Cobb s . . " What ' s the matter? " ... to be a dental assistant . . . KAREN A. SWEENEY " Karen " . . . blue . . . " Smile " . . . F- lunch . . . " Mickey Mouse Spaghetti " . . . popcorn at 5 a.m. . . . Trig with Miss Lombardi . . . November 14, 1970 . . . plans to travel around the world and back . . . treasures her friendships . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " ... a future architect . . . JOAN M. SWEETMAN " Joan " . . . green . . . German . . . " SAM " . . . " Tears of a Clown " . . . Would like to see Germany . . . " No way " . . . Plans for the future— to live! PATRICIA A. SWEENEY " Sween " . . . blue . . . " Can ' t Find The Time " . . . memories of Halloween and Mr. Bubble . . . letters from N.J. . . . " Say Sue " . . . found with V.S.S.G.M.E.F. and S.M.L. laughing hysterically . . . pet peeve— Sue ' s Mus- tang . . . dedicates to S.H.S. 25 ses- sions unattended . . . spring days, pop- corn, and Chev ' s French bread! . . . " Sween " plans to be extremely happy JAMES F.TAXIERA " Jim " . . . quiet and friendly . . . treas- ures his car . . . wishes to leave his at- tendance record to Mr. Penardi . . . pet peeve— school . . . hopes to visit Cali- fornia in the near future . . . ROBERT A. SWEENEY " Bob " . . . quiet and serious . . . blue . . . Chem II with Mr. Holbert . . . soccer . . . pet peeve— deadlines . . . " Fire and Rain " ... to dedicate his life to those who need it . . . MARGARET M. TEMPESTA " Peggy " . . . " It ' s been real " . . . green . . . " Be serious!! " . . . would like to go to California . . . " Long and Winding Road " . . . always find her where ever J.S. is . . . loves Italian food . . . hopes to be a secretary . . . 91 CHERYL A. THOMPSON " Sherry " . . . yellow and black . . . " You ' ve Made Me So Very Happy " . . . treasures " the Phantom " . . . Wellfleet ' 69 ... " 10 million? " . . . found in a blue Le Mans convertible . . . Chinese food, french fries, and B.S. and T . . . pet peeve— waiting! . . . to be a kinder- garten teacher and very happy . . . MARY ANN TOTMAN " Mer " . . . found at Martha ' s Vineyard . . . pale blue . . . " Easy to be Hard " . . . Mer treasures Steven . . . " Get it? Got it? Good! " . . . remembers the protests and sit-ins ... Mr. Bucklin ' s Problems class ... the death of the tree . . . would like to visit California and Swit- zerland ... a future in art . . BARBARA A. TOBIN " Barb " . . . purple . . . treasures Mike . . . found hanging at MacDonald ' s . . . " Stop It " . . . " Close to You " ... pet peeve— Mike . . . Mr. G ' s . . . remem- bers junior year with Miss Doherty . . . to become a bookkeeper . . . WILLIAM H. TOTMAN " Wild Bill " . . . The Stoughton-Franklin Game 1970 . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Civics freshman year with Mr. Ed . . . found in the First National parking lot . . , dedicates his life to doing well in anything he tries . . . being part of the football team for four years . . . PRIDE . . . the best of luck to any SHS football team ... to go to work . . . VICKI I TOBIN " Vic " . . . tiny, bubbly, and always talk- ing .. . " What can I say? " . . . remem- bers her Apt 1 2 pals . . . can be found working at the BPM or with D, S, and K . . . " Traces Memories " . . . lobster and French fries . . . " Victor Alexander " . . . to be an elementary teacher down South . . . HARRIS A. TRACY " Harry " . . . quiet and likeable . . . everyone ' s favorite at the rallies . . . likes football and wrestling . . . memo- ries of the Franklin rally . . . pet peeve— sprints . . . would like to visit Hamburger University . . . 92 WILLIAM V. TROTTA " Turtle " ... " I Want You! " . . . remem- bers the second bomb scare . . . ' get boomfed! " . . . English with Ta-Ta! . . . a sure success . . . BRIAN C. TURNER " Brian " . . . navy blue . . . fun-loving . . . happy . . . likes pizza . . . pet peeve— Friday 2:10 . . . enjoys the com- pany of a certain girl . . . rides a Suzuki 250 . . . plans to continue life in his own way . . . " And I helped! " (photo: Gray) GEORGENE L. UGO " Gina " . . . can be found hanging at HoJo ' s or in Stun Country with C. and E. . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water " . . . will always remember meeting the Great Pumpkin on Halloween . . . " No way! " . . . pet peeve— people who think they ' re cool . . . blue . . treasures " Gaucho " . . . " Ah I remember it well " . . . Gina hopes to be happy . . . CLAUDIA J. ULLOCK " Claudia " . . . Purple . . . " As Tears Go By " . . . Rolling Stones . . . treasures her license . . . found at MaryAnn ' s . . . memories of Martha ' s Vineyard . . . would like to visit California . . . hopes to be happy . . . 93 GLORIA M. VARDARO " Gloria " . . . remembers the bomb scare during gym . . . dedicates her life to love and happiness . . . blue . . . found in Sharon . . . her Teddy Bear . . . " Make It with You " . . . Spaghetti Sup- per . . . leaves her broken lockers . . . " Right On! " . . . hopes to visit Hawaii ROBERTO. VAREIKA " Bob " . . . fond memories of the Spa- ghetti Supper and those senior parties . . . brown . . , leaves to Mr. Pernardi his hair and sideburns . . . would like to travel around the world ... to dedicate his life to the Stoughton Youth Center ELAINE WALRAVEN " Elaine " . . . memories of Miss B ' s Biol- ogy class . . . will always forget Mrs. Flanagan ' s history class . . . friendly and outgoing . . . found at Grasso ' s . . . purple ... " I think I love you " . . . KEITH P. WEEMAN " Keith " . . . blue . . . " Light My Fire " . . . found on Plain Drive . . . Cre- edence Clearwater Revival . . . Spa- ghetti Supper . . . Junior Class Dance 1969 . . . " See You Around the Campus " . . . remembers sophomore shop class and freshman Spanish class . . . Steve Wilczewski going to the rally on F.C. ' s shoulders . . . remembers tragic football loss to Franklin . . . tragic school lunches ... to visit Spain or Switzerland . . . having a good time ... to teach . . . 94 JOAN C. WERKOWSKI " Joan " . . . English III . . . " Catch the Wind " . . . found out of town with D.D. . . . blue . . . after the Sketti Supper . . . Dedicates to S.H.S. a book of matches in " D-2nd " . . . car keys . . . future in Art . . . Would like to visit Hawaii . . . STEVEN WILCZEWSKI " Steve " . . . dedicates his life to the death of wethead . . . remembers Ju- nior Skip Day and the aftermath of the Spaghetti Supper . . . " Beginnings " . . . would like to travel to Marlboro Coun- try .. . to be happy . . . RENEE L. WHITE " Rene " . . . lime green . , . found at home . . . " Right On " . . . that special ring . . . " My Girl " . . . Spain . , . basket- ball. . .WAF. . . DAVID W. WILSON " Dave " . . . blue . . . " Make Me Smile " . . . track . . . Cross Country . . . English class with Mr. Moulton . . . hopes to cross the country on a motorcycle ... to go to college . . . KAREN A. WIKSTROM " Karen " . . . lilac . . . " Everyday With You Girl " . . . treasures a certain ring . . . found with a certain Brockton boy . . . night of the Sketti Supper . . . K.T.B.W. . . . remembers breaking her foot in gym with the help of J.S. . . . May 30, 1969, a tragic event ... to visit California within the next 30 years . . . dedicated to R.S.G. ... to some poor deserving soul she leaves her Algebra II book ... to become a dental assist- ant and work with children . . . GEORGE A. WORMWOOD " George " ... a true friend . . . quiet and unassuming . . . can be found with Eric . . . treasures memories of SHS??? . . . brown . . . George lives from day to day . . . 95 SUSAN T. WYNANT " Sue " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Thanksgiving football games . . . breaking a toe in gymnastics ... re- members spending Halloween with Jane . . . treasures her license and her way of life . . . " If " . . . hates drivers who don ' t use signals . . . camping, dancing, and having fun ... seafood . . . found everywhere ... to find happi- ness and share it with others . . . I RICHARD C. ZAWALICH " Rich " ... an individual . . . found with Mike, Mike, Rich, and Homp . . . foot- ball and wrestling . . . the " Pit " . . . sometimes cynical . . . stairs . . . treas- ures his albums . . . pet peeve: al- phabetical order . . . " Beside You " . . . " McDonald ' s is our kind of place " . . . RCA ... to return to Carrock . . . DENNIS P. YAITANES " Greek " . . . can be found with S.D.S. . . . " Closer to You " . . . remembers a certain race over the Avon quarter mile . . . pet peeve-Fords and white sox . . . treasures his Chevelle . . . memories of the summer of ' 69 ... " Peace, Love and a Lot of Soul " . . . Dennis hopes to go on to college . . . PAUL J. ZIMBONE " Paul " . . . " Hello, It ' s Me " . . . lime green . . . memories of the Canton Game . . . " What ' s for lunch? " . . . com- puter programming . . . sneaking up behind Lynn . . . losing to Franklin in football . . . would like to travel to Hawaii ... he dedicates his sneakers to anyone who enjoys comfort . . . plans to go to college . . . BARBARA A. YETMAN " Barbara " . . . No, no no, no no no, . . . The Provincetown jail . . . would like to visit Hialeah, Florida . . . " Never My Love " . . . green . . . driving into two old ladies . . . Mr. Colombo ' s English class . . . Junior Prom . . . coffee at 8 a.m. down the diner ... a hope chest . . . dedicates her brain to science . . . leaves referrals to Debbie . . . Pet Peeve; Peggy-Anne . . . found with a certain Italian ... to get married . . . DORTHY M. LANGER " Dotty " . . . friendly, happy, and sin- cere . . . remembers climbing Blue Hills with the gang . . . Treasures her stuffed lion . . . The Lizard . . . memories of the good times with Rocky . . . Chem Class with Mr. Holtjert . . . hopes to stay happy . . . 96 PAULA OLSIEWSKI Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Math Olympiad JAME GAITLEY Scholastic Art Award (Gold Key) ELLEN MINES Scholastic Art Award I DEBORAH RUDIS Massachusetts Junior Science and Humanities Symposium First Prize — Science Fair CAROLYN RANSOM Massachusetts Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Third Prize — Science Fair BOYS STATE — John Nieskens, Alan Prodouz, Richard Zawalich (winner) Armand Baptista (winner), and Frank Jay. (Not present: Mike Roach). NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION— Carolyn Ransom, Frank Jay, Kathy Carpenter, Cindy Botsch, Paula Olsiewski, Armand Baptista, and Holly Hill. (Not present: Nikki Ostis). DONNA PRICE Scholastic Art Award GIRLS STATE — Paula Olsiewski, Cathy Mason (winner), Kathy Carpenter, and Linda Dugas. (Not present: Nikki Ostis). 97 THE QUEEN, HER COURT, AND THEIR ESCORTS-Linda Dugas, Debbie Moran, Stacy Apostle, Donna Sangiolo, Sue Limbey, Paula OlsiewskI, Linda DiRusso, Julie Converse, Kathy Kelley. 100 P2()| 102 StougK+otv Is our- ki»vd oF place Ti ' s SMcK a happy plac z A Kap.hap, happ place- A ckcirvand shappy place, A snap, 5nap, fiappy pliv If 5 bO :h a sloppy disK A 5 ' lop,5 lop,sloppv cAt k A trucly KexppV cii ' K A ood €md f illinc) diiK - t d donf-fovjgt your pi. ' ce piesj Sung to the tune: " Stoughton ' s Golden Arches ' O.K., we ' re sending out for Chi- nese food. Who wants what? Let me see; we have two Chow Melns and . . . Remember, Jeff, don ' t tell anybody about the golfball in the sauce. All right— Who ' s the wise guy with the meatballs in the pockets?? 104 1st.; " " «p ' ' " -f ' " ' : ' ' a„ SKETTI SUPPER- NOVEMBER 14, 1970 Are they dead yet? The " Rockettes " of Stoughton High. Did you see that! I spilled some coffee on the table and it burnt a hole right through. They want spaghetti and it isn ' t even Wednesday yet! 105 ' Word Dance ' ' Take Her Up Tenderly " " A Thurber Carnival " Hi ANNUAL CLASS PLAY December 11-12, 1970 " Casual of the Keys " (all photos on these two pages: Barry Weinberg ' 72) 106 108 109 SUPERLATIVES 111 MAJORETTES-First Row: Holly Hill-Capt., Robin Vita, Michelle Dion, Mary Kilgoar-Co-Capt. Sec- ond Row: Nikki Ostis, Cindy Botch, Pam Bullard. Third Row: Janice Stockus, Sue Snowdale, Paula Olsiewski, Dianne Sestito. Holly Hill, Captain Mary Kilgoar, Co-Captain 114 Captained by Holly Hill and Mary Kilgoar . . . added school spirit . . . half-time routines . . . football games and pre- game rallies . . . fire-twirl- ing routine . . . Paula Olsiewski Janice Stockus Sue Snowdale MAJORETTES DWLL TEAM Nikki Ostis Cindy Botch Darlene Araujo 115 tilen Hines; Captain VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-First Row: Jean Killgoar, Jackie Ott (Co- Captain), Donna Price, Kim Mead, Donna Sangiolo. Second Row: Ellen Hines (Captain), Mary Cachopa, Maria Sangiolo (mascot), Susam Lim- bey, Luann Horrigan. CHEERLEADERS JV CHEERLEADERS-First Row: Mary Ott, Susan Moran, Alicia Abramowicz, Ann Marie Pascarelli. Second Row: Peggy Pollaco, Roseanne Walsh, Jane Brown, Ma- riellen Doherty. Donna Sangiolo 116 MUSIC CHORUS — First Row: Mr. LeGrow, Dale Medeiros, Karin Krul, Ann-Marie McMann, Louise Connelly, Kim- berly LeClaire, Adrian Holmes, Marie Flanagan, Joyce Mandell, Anita Fradine. Second Row: Susan Green, Marianne Peterson, Mary-Ellen Brace, John Palys, Alan Montgomery, Robert Audlee, Dana Krul, Herbert Mc- Faun, Chester Marks, Debra Sawyer, Diane Alves, Rose- mary Gonsalves, Valerie Costa. Third Row: Jean Cas- tilian, Debra Medeiros, Debra Martineau, David Band, David Oro, John Kearns, Robert Nichols, Alan Rams, Christopher Karo, Kenneth Gay, Joanne Colman, Mi- chelle Levey, Elaine Carabatsos, Susan Ardizonni. Fourth Row: Loretta Williams, Debra Pinette, Valerie Webster, Walter Andruchow, Richard Soper, Stephen Driscoll, Bradley Clark, Brian McSharry, James Wil- liams, Michael Andolina, Rhonda Friedland, Roxanne Locantore, Linda Trepsas, Kathy Berkley, Mary-Anne Preskinis. THE STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND — First Row: Kim LeClaire, Rosemary Gonsalves, Laura McKay, Pam LeClaire, Chris LeClaire. Second Row: Robert Audlee, Jill Marks, Maureen Lynch, Jean Castilian, John Palys. Third Row: Kenneth Gay, Denise La Blanc, David Band, Walter Andruchow, Dick Soper. Fourth Row: Alan Rams, Daniel Mac- Donald, Neil LeGrail. Charles Blaizis, Glen Hudson. Fifth Row: Philip Roth, John McArdle, Alan Montgomery, John Kearns, Jay Jardin. Sixth Row; James Williams, Bill Ryan, Debbie Martineau. Seventh Row: Stephen Driscoll, Peter Passanisi. Susan Ardizonni. David Oro, Peter DiCenso. 118 THE STAGE BAND— Walter Andruchow, Kenneth Gay, John Palys, Alan Rams, James Williams, Stephen Driscoll, Alan Montgomery, John McArdle, John Kearns. (photo: Weinberg) THE PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE— Susan Ardizonni, David Oro, Peter DiCenso, Peter Passanisi. CONCERT BAND — First Row: Robert Smith, Robert John McArdle, James Williams. Third Row: Mr. Le- Audlee, Rosemary Gonsalves, Kimberly LeClaire, John Grow, David Oro, Stephen Driscoll, Susan Ardizonni, Kearns, Alan Montgomery. Second Row: John Palys, Peter DiCenso, Peter Passanisi, Robert Smyth, Brian Jean Castillian, Chester Marks, Walter Andruchow, McSharry, Bradley Clark, Debra Martineau, Richard David Band, Kenneth Gay, Alan Rams, Glen Hudson, Soper. 119 DRAMA Frank Jay Linda Dugas ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS: WINNING CAST— " Castle in the Village ' : Craig Blaizis, Karen Fredericksen, Anita Fradine, Howard Gray, Bobby Frizelle, Bob Doherty, Kathy Carpenter, Frank Jay. " Madonna " 1971 Drama Festival — " The Eighteenth Noel " Rehearsal Scene— STATE WINNER TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS: Individual Awards— Front Row: Mary Beth Tallarida, Anita Fradine, Patty Smith, Mike Ventresco. Second Row: Frank Jay, Bob Frizelle, Jim Ru- silko, John McGrail, Mike Andolina. 120 Mark Hartery Preparation for the Sophomore Dance: Denise Roche, Patty Sestito, Patty Smith, Alan Montgomerey, Pat Ewing, Mary Ann Johnston, Diane Klim. (photo: Mr. Maioli). 122 CHESS CLUB— Front Row: Barry Kesselman, Mike Colder, Diane Alves, William Curry, Bill Tro- tta, Mr. McLellan, (advisor); Second Row: Dave O ' Donnel, Dave Thompson, Dave Atkinson, Jim Rusiiko, Neal Cronin, Mike Flatto; Third Row: Bob Doherty, Craig Blaizis, Eric Campbell, Lee Smith, Steve WilczewskI, Howard Gray, John Sa- wyer. DRAMA CLUB-Front Row: Mr. Stott, (advisor), Cynthia Botsch, Steve Wilczewski, Eric Campbell, Mike Flatto, Cathy Mason, Craig Blaizis, Debbie Medeiros, Ron Chait, Susan Brien; Second Row: Frank Jay, Donna MacKeen, Doherty, Kathy Carpenter, Linda Dugas, Karen Carlsen, Holly Hill; Third Row: Ellen Hannon, Susan Catalano, Eliza- beth Taylor, Mary Dunfey, Anne Curran, Cathy Hill, Jennifer Hemeon, Ellen Hines, Paula Olsiewski, Jane Morris, John Dave Wilson, Joyce Spicely, Lyn Lefebvre, Jackie Ott, Bob Nieskens. 123 BOYS CHEF CLUB BOY ' S CHEF CLUB-First Row: Brad Lyttle, Steve Marguerite, Jeff Little, Bernie Brady, Mike Kevin Kelley ' 72 Kearns, Kevin Kelly, Miss Maclntyre, Advisor. Second Row: Fred Nelson, Ed Smith, Barry Kessel- examines his fine man. Bob Doherty, Paul Sessler, Ray Kawalski, Gerry Audlee. Third Row: Neil Clinch, Dave Wilson, handiwork. Eric Campbell, Robert Jasperson, Keith Jorgensen, Steve Wilczewski, Paul Caratozola, Craig (Photo: Alan Blazis, Jim Allen. Proudouz ' 71) FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Front Row: Miss Wells, advisor; Kathy Mackie, Mary Ellen Brace, Jane Curry, Marilyn Copley, Joanne Ralston, Mr. Santoro, advisor. Second Row: Susan Briggs, Kathy Callanan, Jean Comita, Kathy Kelly, Susan Stickler, J. Whittaker, Jan Sweeney, J. Kolinski, Michelle Dmohowsky. Third Row: Colleen Benson, Nancy Connolly, Lynn O ' Reilly, Donna Botsch, Debbie Fratus, Barbara Gair, Barbara DeVito, M. Vanston. 124 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: Debbie Medeiros, Ellie Hannon, Rosemary Canavan, John Nieskens, Carolyn Ransom, Mary Kilgoar, Mary Ambrose. Second Row: Donna MacKeen, Kathy Carpenter, Holly Hill, Jackie Ott, Jane Morris, Susan Brian, Armand Baptista, Paula Olsiewski, Mrs. Savicki, advisor. Third Row: Tim Clancy, Frank Jay, Alan Prodouz, Cathy Mason, Karen Carlsen, Ronald Chait. (New students elected in 1971 will appear in the 1971 STOTONIAN SUPPLEMENT) MATH COMPETITION Front Row: Mr. Aalpoel, advisor; Paula Olsiewski, Kathy Carpenter, Susan Brien. Second Row: Armand Baptista, Mike Flatto, David Oro, Tim Clancy, Ronald Chait. 125 FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE Front Row: Fran Crosby, Paula Cash, Cheryl Langer, Terry Ryan. Second Row: Miss French (advisor), Kathy Rubin, Alice MacKain, Eileen Foley, Donna Farrell. Third Row: Marsha Fox, Lynn Smith, Chris Mathison, Marion Vanston. NEEDLEWORK Front Row: Miss Edwards (advisor), Judy Hanko, Pamela Raymond, Diane Wilson. Second Row: Susan Arrigo, Vir- ginia Kendall, Mary Locantore, Nancy Young, Claire Fra- ser. Third Row: Gail Natola, Ellen Peterson, Marianne Clark, Donna Gomes, Donna Cole. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Front Row: Richard Dempsey. John Ventresco, Mike Wil- liams, John Santos. Second Row: Alan Rich. Barry Wein- berg, Bill Case, David Gerardi. Howard Gray Third Row: Tom Gillon, James Gaudette, Stuart Seeley. Rod Dillman. 126 HOCKEY CLUB HOCKEY CLUB— First Row: Keith Magnuson, Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull, Gary Unger, Wayne Cashman, Dan Shock, Gerry Cheevers, Stan Mikita, Jim Laurence, Gary Doak, Ed Giacomin. Second Row: Don Awrey, Reg Leach, Derek Sanderson, Garnet Bailey, John Bucyk, John MacK- enzie, Pit Martin, Don Marcotte, Fred Stanfield, Ken Hodge, Mike Walton, Rick Smith, Dalls Smith, Ed John- ston, Bobby Orr, Bill Speer. Third Row: Jacques La Perriere, Dennis Hull, Tom Johnson, Gil Perrault, Ken Ecklestone, Barclay ' Plager, Jean Belliveau, Eric Neste- renko, Phil Esposito, Red Beronson, Eddie Westfall, Frank Mahavolich, John Ferguson, Serge Sevard, Harry Sinden, Bernie Parent, Eddie Shore, Don Earle, Johnny Pearson. ASIAN COOKING Front Row: Joyce Westbrook, Nuita White, Donna Holmes, Jackie Little, Ave Glover, Sharon Tate, Lorraine Colbert, Jane Thomas, Miss Hornbostel (advisor). Second Row: Barbara Sharpies, Diane Hadley, Diane Ventresco, Donna Zizzo, Cathy McGrail, Margaret Keilum, Janice Stacus, Re- gina Smith, Donna Cash, Diane Fennessy, Joann Hall, Brenda Wade. Third Row; Eileen Foley, Donna Farrell, Mary MacDonald, Cheryl Homer, Nancy Kalen, Heidi John- son, Maureen Sweeney, Lena Tempesta, Paula Tinglof, Shirley Korsun, Linda McCaskill. SKI CLUB 1 f ' Front Row: Miss Levangie (advisor), Joanne Barley, Anne Bannon, Denise Coffey, Paula Olsiewski, Debbie Rudis, Karen Olson, Lee Smith, Kathy Carpenter, Marianne Peter- son, Gail McMorrow, Kathy Berkley, Joanne Colman, Deb- bie Medeiros. Second Row: Susan Brien, Mike Lonergan, Mike Rocci, Donald Rist, Scott Hansler, David Oro, Dave Fredrickson, Dave Scully, Paul Kilday, Steve Atkinson, Walter Davis, Robert Boushell, Keith Nobil, Mark Travis, Dave Shannon, Debbie Medieros, Don Eagles, Donna Sha- piro, Joanne Ralston. Third Row: Steve Boushell, Richard Donovan, Damon Ostis, Steve McHugh, Mark Olsiewski, Tom Clark, John Smith, Anthony Romanelli, Eddie Smith, Brian Rist, Craig Blaizis, Steve Wilczewski, Bob Doherty, Paul Zimbone, Eric Campbell, Dave Wilson, Debbie Gar- jian, Lois Mazeran. 127 First Row: Karen Carlsen, Regina Poshkus, Kathy Car- penter (Vice-President), Armand Baptista (President), Mrs. Lafayette (Advisor), Deborah Rudis (Secretary), Prisciila Whelan, Cheryl Richardson. Second Row: Jean Donoghue, Sue O ' Hare, Donna Abril, Janine Morrill, Jayne Duffy, Diane Ward, Rick Cullman, Kathy O ' Con- nell. Third Row: Candy Dykeman, Karen Sweeney, Sandra Beshansky, Linda Cullen, Joan Cheverie, Diane Sweeney, Jill Gaffney, Donna Botsch, Jane Morris. (Not present: Brian Duffy (Treasurer), Janice McKenna, Bob Landolfi, Kathy Maker, Janice McPherson, Kathy Wood.) STUDENT COUNCIL " Student Council is You " . . . school commit- tee meetings . . . listening to each other . . . Computer Dance . . . senior studies . . . dress code . . . the StuC book store . . . " do ' s and don ' ts " . . . Christmas baskets . . . foster child . . . class reps . . . " Campaign of Awareness " . . . Mrs. Lafayette . . . B210 . . . (photos: Ventresco) 128 AFRO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE— Victor Ham, Larry Holmes, Gary Carter, Linda Mc- Gaskill, Donna Holmes (Chairman), Jackie Little, Joyce Westbrook, Marsha Colbert. OPEN CAMPUS COMMITTEE — Brian Duffy, Priscilla Whelan, Kathy O ' Connell, Donna Holmes (Chairman), Jackie Little. CHRISTMAS BASKET COMMITTEE— Jill Gaffney, Linda Cullen, Joan Cheverie, Pris- cilla Whelan, Sandra Beshansky, Karen Carlsen (Chairman), Jean Donoghue, Kathy Carpenter (Chairman). THESPIAN SOCIETY THESPIAN SOCIETY — First Row: Jim Medeiros, Jim Carpenter, Ron Chait, Kathy Berl ley, Linda Dugas, Rusill o, Karen Fredericl sen, Bob Frizelle, Anita Fra- Sandy Andreson, Diane Alves, Leslie Fraser, Karen dine, Marty Ricli, Peter Green. Second Row: Lyn Atkin- Sweeney, Jeanne Dunfey, Rose Harju, Madonna Bo- son, Mike Williams, Debbie Rudis, Linda Trepsas, Ka- clair. ren Olson, Mark Hartery, Don Eagles, Frank Jay, Kathy SENIOR THESPIANS Karen Sweeney Diane Alves Sandy Andreson THESPIAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Seated: Karen Fred- ericksen (Secretary), Bobby Frizelle (President), Anita Fradine (Treasurer). Standing: Jim Rusiiko (Junior Representative), Don Eagles (Historian), Kathy Carpenter (Vice President), Mr. Stott (Advisor), Jeanne Dunfey (Senior RepresentatLveX, Peter Green (Sophomore Representative). STATION WSHS— Seated: Madonna Boclair. Standing: Mr. Stott (Advisor), Pete Geden, Jeanne Dunfey, Faith Audlee, Dave Wilson, Lyn Atkinson, Jim Martignette, Rose Harju. 131 JOURNALISM SEMAPHORE — (This staff produced the weekly 8-page newspaper which was cited by the Patriot-Ledger as the outstanding publication in this area for " quantity and quality " and was also commended by the Visiting Committee on Evaluation for excellence.) First Row: Mr. Tapper, Advisor; Linda Levine, Carolyn Ransom, Mike Andolina, Bob Sweeney, Nikl i Ostis (News Edi- tor), Katliy Carpenter, Anita Fradine (Drama), Roxanne Locantore, Marsha Cheverie, Cathy Lewis, Valerie Pappas. Second Row: Fred Nelson, Debbie Lang (News Editor), Linda Dugas, Jeanne Dunfey, Karen Carlsen (StuC), Dennis Yaitanes (Business Man ager), Amy Dun- ham, Mike Sestito (Feature Editor), Debbie Rudis, Steve Margarite, Richard Smith (Sports Editor), Paul Tamul, Bob Frizelie, Ed Rodrigues, Gary Ryder, Elaine Fla- herty. Third Row: Bill Totman, Linda McGaskill, Linda Green, Mike Colder (Feature Editor), Steve Murray, Ed Peters, Ann Seaman, Winifred Roache, Debra Ewing, Patti Case, Faith Audlee (Editor), Alan Prodouz, Steve Armstrong, Rich MacKeen, Melanie Cordeiro, Seth Liv- ingstone, Jan Sweeney, Jean Donoghue. PUBLICATIONS BOARD— Mr. Tapper, Advisor, High School Publi- cations; Paul Olsiewski, Editor, Stotonian; John Nieskens, Business Manager; Faith Audlee, Director, News Bureau; Richard Smith, Director, Sports Bureau. MAINSTREAMS— ( ' ' niua Literary (Magazine) Carolyn Ransom, Man- aging Editor. SHS SPORTS BUREAU— (7 76 Sports Bureau furnishes stories to the Stough- ton Chronicle, Patriot-Ledger and Brockton Enterprise, and maintains sta- tistics for the Athletic Department). First Row: Gary Ryder, Steve Armstrong, Rich MacKeen, Richard Smith (Director ), Seth Livingstone. Rear Row: Ed Rodrigues, Fred Nelson, Steve Margarite, Bob Sweeney, Paul Tamul. 132 WEEKLY PENNYSAVER COLUMN- umnist; Ann Seaman, Varitypist. -Faith Audlee, col- PHOTO-JOURNALISM STAFF— (This group takes pictures for all school publications and for school public relations) Barry Wein- berg, John Ventresco, Howard Gray, Mr. Maioli (Photography Ad- visor), Alan Prodouz, Stuart Seeley. CRUSADER — (quarterly magazine of feature, opinion, and photography). First Row: Mr. Tapper (Advisor), Claire McCorrison, Bob Sweeney, Nikki Ostis, Carolyn Ransom (Editor), Linda Levine (Editor), Debbie Rudis, Roxanne Locantore, Cathy Lewis. Second Row: Ronald Chait, Linda Dugas, Jeanne Dunfey, Karen Carlsen, Mike Sestito, John Ventresco, Stuart Seeley, Melanie Cordeiro, Patricia Veiga, Anita Fradine, Dennis Yait- anes, Mike Colder, Debbie Lang, Amy Dunham, PattI Case, Faith Audlee, Alan Prodouz, Bob Frizelle, Rich- ard Smith, Howard Gray, Greg Ellis. PRINTING STAFF — (The printing staff is involved in the pressv ork, photo- offset, layout, folding and cutting, and distribution of the weekly Semaphore). First Row: Mr. Walsh (Consultant), Robert Brown, Bob Landry, Tom Hewlett, Ed Peters, Tim Horrigan, Steve Murray, Dave Lombard, Bill Totman. Bill Totman, Eddie Peters, Tim Horrigan, Steve Murray. 133 STOTONIAN ' 71 First Row: Mike Golder, Amy Dunham, Nikki Ostis, ter, Debbie Ewing, Anne Seaman, Winifred Roche, Anita Fradine, Roxanne Locantore, Linda Merola, Holly Marsha Cheverie, Jackie Ott. Third Row: Debbie Rudis, Hill, Claire McCorrison, Cathy Lewis. Second Row: Jeanne Dunfey, Patti Case, Linda Bernard, Faith Aud- Steve Margarite, Debbie Lang, Mike Sestito, Bob lee, John Nieskens, Dennis Yaitanes, Dave Brezner, Sweeney, Karen Olson, Paula Olsiewski, Kathy Carpen- Sue O ' Hare. Stotonian Editor-in-Chief Paula Olsiewski and Mr. Tapper, Howard Gray, Photography Editor; Alan Prodouz, Staff Photog- Stotonian Advisor. rapher. STOTONIAN MANAGEMENT BOARD— First Row: Ka- Holly Hill. Second Row: Barbara Garrick, Nikki Ostis, ren Olson, Paula Ore, Anita Fradine, Roxanne Locan- Bob Sweeney, Kathy Carpenter, John Nieskens, Debbie tore, Paula Olsiewski, Cathy Lewis, Linda Bernard, Rudis, Claire McCorrison, Howard Gray. 134 Garrick, Karen Sweeney, Mary O ' Connell, Jackie Ott, Cathy Mason, Donna Lessa. ART STAFF — Debbie Rudis (Layout Third Row: Carol Pope, Anita Pombo, Rosemary Poillucci, Ann Marie Seaman, Jean Coordinator), Linda Merola (Senior Coulter, John Nieskens (Business Manager). Section), Cathy Lewis (Art Editor), JoAnn Czerwonka (Layouts). STOTONIAN TYPING STAFF — First Row: Jane Sestito, Peggy Tempesta, umaa Joyal, Linda Merola, Marsha Cheverie. Rear Row: Karen McLaughlin, Nancy Suslowicz, JoAnn Czerwonka, Valerie DeCosta, Ann Seaman, Winifred Roche. STOTONIAN BUSINESS STAFF— Joanne Burns (Bookkeeper), Candy Dykeman (Advertising Manager), Susan O ' Hare (Student Sales), Paula Oro (Faculty Sales), John Nieskens (Business Manager). 135 ROLL OF HONOR JACQUELINE OTT MODEL CONGRESS— Armand Baptists, Paula OlsiewskI, Karen Carlsen, Linda Dugas, DAR Good Citizen Mrs. Lafayette (Advisor). DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION OFFICERS— Joe McStowe, Linda Bently, Peggy La Casse, Maryanne Totman, Linda Green, Mr. Arthur McCarthy (Advisor). 136 Captain Captain 1970 SEASON VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY FRESHMEN Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Opponent 48 Mansfield 0 44 Mansfield 0 8 Mansfield 6 0 Oliver Ames 0 12 Oliver Ames 18 14 Oliver Ames 39 15 North Attleboro 8 14 North Attleboro 6 0 North Attleboro 36 35 Sharon 13 16 Sharon 0 8 Sharon 26 12 Foxboro 7 44 Southeast Regional 0 6 Foxboro 8 12 Somerset 32 28 King Philip 0 16 King Philip 14 37 King Philip 6 28 Franklin 8 18 Franklin 30 7 Franklin 20 14 Canton 8 0 Canton 6 22 Canton 28 5-3-1 —Third place in Hockomock 7-1- ■0— Tied for Hockomock League 2-6 League Championship VARSITY 1970— First Row: Bill Totman, Ed Cohenno, Joe George Price, Mark Abramowicz, Chuck Leonard Fourth Powers, George McNeil, Jim Allen, Capt. George Perry, Row; Rich McCormick, Steve Dugan. Damon Ostis, Tony Capt. Jeff Little, Ray Samuels, Fred Nelson, Paul Zimbone. Chandler, Ross Schubarth, Bob Brousseau. Paul Abra- Bob Kilduff. Second Row: Harry Tracy, Rich Zawalich, mowicz, Kevin Caddell Fifth Row: Mike Hebert, John Chuck Dugan, Kevin Kelly, Kevin Connolly, Gerry Audlee, Stewart, Dave Voipe, Jack Gaffney. John Hart, Harry Ray Kowalski, Brian Moriarty, Bruce Powell, Steve Marga- Chandler, Rich Donovan; Coaches; JV Coach Steve rite. Third Row; Paul Rogers. Albie DiStefano, John Atkin- Woodruff, Head Coach Jerry Cullen, Line Coach Jeff Fan- son, Robbie Gilpatrick, Dean Czerwonka, Bob King, ning. Back Coach Warner Bucklin. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL SQUAD-First Row: Bruce Bucklin, David Tripp, David Makris, Ste- ven Rotella, Kenneth Golder, John Zawalich, Terence Doherty, Joe Cipp, Jr. (Line Coach), Jim Gormley (Head Coach). Second Row: Brian Panacy, Tom Butler, Chuck Bishop, Mike O ' Neil, Bob Perry, Jeff DeMello, Ed Manning, Bob Ashley (Backfield Coach). Third Row: Ned Hochmuth, Kevin McCarthy, Glen llacqua, David Thompson, Mike Rivers, Gary Ryder, Don Landers, Bob Curley, John Downs (Coach). Fourth Row: Don St. Peter, John Bind- beutel, Don Nelson, Stephen Atkinson, Tim Shea, Pat McHugh, Charles McLeod, Don Rist, Jim Crawford. ALL-STARS HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Joe Powers— Specialty Kicker George Perry— Linebacker Jeff Little-Halfback Fred Nelson— Defensive End Kevin Connolly— Defensive Tackle HERALD TRAVELER HONORABLE MENTION Joe Powers George Perry Jeff Little Kevin Kelley Kevin Connolly 141 143 1970 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY-Front Row: Mrs. Parnes, Coach; Denlse Car- rara, Ellen Hausammann, Paula 01- siewski, Barb Doucet, Janice Staula, Karen Hansen, Miss Levangie, Coach. Rear Row: Debbie Garjian, Jay John- son, Barb Rogers, Marie Kimtis, Debbie Rudis, Mary Cotter, Mary Killgoar, Paula Taglieri. FIELD HOCKEY The field hockey team had its most successful season in years, finishing third in the Hockomock League. The scor- ing was led by the two co-cap- tains, Ellen Hausammann and Barbara Doucet. Paula 01- siewski in the goal cage and Jay Johnson ' s swinging stick proved to be the power needed to keep the Knights near the top. VARSITY RECORD Stoughton Opponent Mansfield Franklin Canton No. Attleboro Sharon King Phillip Foxboro Oliver Ames Mansfield Franklin Canton 0 3 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 BARB DOUCET Co-Captain Record: Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 2 JUNIOR VARSITY: Won 1, Lost 4, Tied 5 ELLEN HAUSAMMANN Co-Captain 144 BARB ROGERS MARY KILLGOAR 145 146 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY-First Row: Jean Courteau (Manager), John Foley, Bill Allen, Bob Tosca, Rich Hopkins, Dave Soper, Michelle Dmohowski (Manager), Coach Charles Green. Second Row: Bill Foley, Chuck Joseph, Brian Klim, Bob Overstreet, Karl Bus- chenfeldt, Brian Duffy. MANAGERS— Michelle Dmohowski; Jean Courteau. JV CROSS COUNTRY-First Row: Shelly Dmohowski (Manager), Kevin Wilczewski, Patrick Flaherty, Gary Ducott, Thomas Foley, Ronald Day, John La Flamme, Jeanne Courteau (Manager), Charles Green (Coach). Second Row: Robert Lanza, Richard Day, Paul La Flamme, Glenn Godfrey, Michael Rocci, Michael Lacerte, Gary Fredericksen. 147 VARSITY BASKETBALL-Front Row: Gary Russell, Bruce Powell, John Denison, Bob Driscoll, Rich McCormick, Bruce Robertson, Bill Hunt, Milton DeVaughn, Mike Roach, Jeff Russel, Al Caldwell, Manager Rick Smith. Coach Don Edmonston. Second Row: Jim Lindelof, Kevin Kelly, JEFF RUSSELL MIKE ROCHE Co-Captain Co-Captain 148 BASKETBALL FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Front Row: Bruce Trotta, Ernie Grenon, Bob Curley, Harley Ostis, Coach Steve McDermott. Second Row: John McArdle, Ed Hock- muth, Don Nelson, Paul Hart, Dave Harju. Third Row: Russ Clough, Al DePalma, Tom Butler, Scott Lindelof, Jim Cowgill. 149 151 THE SCOREBOARD BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL o luuyi I ( ui 1 Opponent ou Canton 66 Bishop Fsehan 46 fin rSmg rnillip 64 fin Franklin 0 1 fi1 0liv6r Am6s DO 79 Foxboro 50 7 1 Mansfield 45 67 Sharon 72 52 N. Attleboro 56 65 Canton 60 62 King Phillip 60 57 Franklin 51 49 Oliver Ames 56 47 Foxboro 51 78 Mansfield 62 61 Sharon 67 67 N. Attleboro 56 Record 10-7 J.V. BASKETBALL Stoughton Opponent Canton 30 52 Bishop Feehan 43 OO King pniiip 26 4U Franklin 28 51 Oliver Ames 48 4 1 4h Foxboro 21 44 Mansfield 21 33 Sharon 56 51 N. Attleboro 60 39 Canton 40 57 King Philip 23 57 Franklin 51 Forfeit Oliver Ames 53 Foxboro 37 31 Mansfield 30 30 Sharon 38 48 N. Attleboro 38 Record 12-5 Second Place in Hockomock League BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Stoughton Opponent 30 Canton 23 28 King Philip 38 27 Franklin 35 56 Oliver Ames 48 43 Foxboro 36 37 Mansfield 31 OO OO Sharon 35 28 North Attleboro 66 44 Canton 35 41 King Philip 40 56 Oliver Ames 42 39 Foxboro 45 65 Mansfield 33 26 Sharon 57 44 North Attleboro 56 45 Franklin 29 Newton Invitational Tou rnament 38 Weeks Jr. High 48 Record 9-8 GIRLS J.V. BASKETBALL GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL GIRLS GYMNASTICS Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Opponent 29 Walpole 22 52 Walpole 22 30.0 Weymouth North 60.1 22 Hanover 25 45 Hanover 51 34.5 Quincy 42.0 26 Braintree 23 38 Braintree 50 33.4 North Quincy 30.6 26 Sacred Heart 11 67 Sacred Heart 50 34.5 King Philip 49.1 27 Franklin 19 66 Franklin 28 33.85 Bridgewater-Raynham 62.30 32 Oliver Ames 19 51 Oliver Ames 41 31.9 Weymouth South 71.45 22 Foxboro 17 52 Foxboro 56 Record 1-5-0 34 Mansfield 11 79 Mansfield 22 8 Sharon 20 27 Sharon 60 25 North Attleboro 8 52 North Attleboro 14 27 Easton 14 48 Canton 35 25 King Philip 20 36 King Philip 19 19 Foxboro 11 39 Foxboro 45 20 Franklin 11 58 Franklin 34 Record 12-2 73 Cardinal Spellman 6 First Place Hockomock League Third Place Hockomock League Southeastern Mass. Girls Invitational Tournament 39 Dighton-Rehoboth 43 WRESTLING Record 10-6 ICE HOCKEY Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Opponent 26 Natick 24 2 King Philip 3 46 Brockton 8 2 Blue Hills 1 24 Scituate 26 4 Canton 11 16 Needham 28 7 Southeastern 0 23 Milford 19 2 Dover Sherbourn 3 12 Newton South 37 1 Oliver Ames 3 43 Duxbury 8 3 King Philip 4 33 Foxboro 14 2 Blue Hills 1 11 Walpole 38 1 Canton 12 30 Weston 13 9 Southeastern 0 20 Milton 24 4 Dover Sherbourn 5 18 Newton 38 2 Oliver Ames 7 24 Framingham No. 16 4 King Philip 6 Record 7-6 3 Blue Hills 3 Individuals 5 Southeastern 2 Rick Zawalich — 2nd in Sectionals 0 Canton 12 Randy White — 5th in Sectionals 2 Dover Sherbourn 4 Tim Eastman — 3rd in Sectionals 0 Oliver Ames 5 Kevin Connolly — 3rd in Sectionals Record 5-12-1 Harry Tracy — 6th in Sectionals 152 GYMNASTICS Front Row: Karen Johnson, Suzanne Bucaria, Stacey Apostle (capt ), Joan Peterson (capt ), Julie Converse, Joann Rocci, Cathy Case, Brenda Fernald, Nancy Rodrigues. Second Row: Ann Fitzpatrick, Paula Taglieri, Robin Vita, Debbie Guertin, Ram Bullard, Debbie Martineau, Lynn Hoadly, Terry Rodrigues, Mary Gray, Lynn LeBlanc, Vicki Hayworth, Mrs. Parnes (coach). Anne Fitzpatrick Julie Converse 153 GIRLS BASKETBALL GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL— Front Row: Denise Cararra, Ellen Hausammann, (co-capt.), Barb Doucet (co-capt.), Miss Lombardi (coach). Second Row: Denise Anderson, Mary King, Jean McCarthy. Third Row: Mary Cotter, Gail Jackman, Sue Teed. (Not present— Renee White, Barb Rogers). 154 Gail Jackman Denise Anderson JUNIOR VARSITY-Front Row: Jean Courteau, Jean Bickford, Debbie Garjian, Miss LeVangie (coach). Second Row: Jan McPherson, Sue Tropea. Shirley Conley. Third Row: Carol Wessl- ing, Nunita White, Sheila Homer. 155 156 157 VARSITY HOCKEY— Front Row: Coach Mike Andolina, Joe Powers, Tom McShea, Greg Boc, Jack Gaffney, George Perry, Coach Jim Gormley. Second Row: Paul Piatkowski, Peter Passani, Mike Cavanaugh, Dan Andrews, Ed Cohenno, Chuck Penney, Bob Perry. Third Row: Dan Mark, Paul Gerbick, Don Coffey, Doug Campbell, Jim Robicheau, John Bucaria. J V HOCKEY— First Row: Bob Perry, Charles Penney, Damon Ostis, Jim Robicheau, Jim Buccaria, Coach Andolina. Second Row: Mike LaCerte, Gary Ducot, Mike Andrews, Donald VanHorn, Mark Olsiewski. Third Row: David Voipe, Pat Byron, George Pappas, Ken Mooney, Henry Moore, Tim Hathaway. 159 I ' One more step and I ' ll whip out my paintbrush! ' Can I be of service to you? " " Oh, really. You knew Euclid?! ' The Super Sub. I And then dearie, the prince and had tea! " Through the teeth and over the gums— look out tum-tum here it comes!! Tm sorry, you can only have the Bubonic Plague on Tuesdays during the B-period. " Presenting . . . [ THE LOSERS ' in this year ' s ACADEMY AWARD VERSION of the FACULTY FOLLIES 160 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE JUNIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-Front Row: Anne Bannon, Mr. Reis, (faculty advisor), Mai Kwedor (secretary), Brian Moriarty (treasurer), Jane Farley (vice- president), Kevin Kelley (president), Lorene Constantine. Second Row: Dianne Bishop, Joanne Ralston, Mary Am- brose, Brian Klim, Brian Duffy, John Smith, James Lind- elof. Third Row: Eileen Doyle, Debbie Ledin, Joanne Bar- ley, Sandy Cabral, Linda Campbell, Susan Bobigan, Rose McSweeney, Peggy Noe. Fourth Row: Denise Pebworth, Barb DiRusso, Dawn Daly, Ann Hall, Marylou Curley, Deb- bie DiStefano, Sandi Sammartino, Diane Fraiser. Fifth Row: Diane Sestito, Cathy Zawaski, Nancy McPherson, Joyce Mahoney, Donna Abril, Lynn LeBlanc, Vallery Gill, Judy Fullerton. Sixth Row: Leame DeCosta, Terri Batte, Susan Rist, Donna Calguire, Dianna Clark, Brenda Fer- nald, Jerry Audlee, Alan Caldwell, Mike Kelley. 161 HOME ROOM A302— First Row: Stephen Austin, Mark An- drews, Kevin Abramson, Richard Atkinson, James Audlee, Anthony Antinarelli. Second Row: Donna Abril, Ann Ban- non, Arlene Austin, Cindy Antinerelli, Marsha Andersen, Susan Arrigo. Third Row: Walter Andruchau, John Atkin- son, Don Anderson, William Allen, Larry Bartlett, Hannes Alholm. Fourth Row: Mary Ambrose, Linda Alves, Karen At- wood, Cheryl Badeau, Jo-Ann Barley, Gerry Audlee. CLASS OF 1972 HOME ROOM A303— First Row: Barbara Bishop, Dianne Bean, Timothy Bowker, Thomas Bowker, Gary Brooks, Paul Brousseau. Second Row: Beverly Berman, Cheryl Blotcher, Susan Briggs, Dorothy Brundige, Susan Brien, Paul Brown. Third Row: Robert Blanchard, Bill Berwick, Larry Biornson, Robert Boushell, Bernie Brady, Joseph Boyce. Fourth Row: James Brawders, Susan Bobigian, Diane Bishop, Jean Bickford, Terry Batte, Bob Bonalligo. HOME ROOM A304-First Row: Alan Campbell, Roland Cantwell, Gary Butterworth, Alan Caldwell, George Cash Karl Buschenfeldt. Second Row: Dennis Burke. Jack Burnie, Mike Cavanaugh, Rhonda Burns. Sandy Cabral, Carol Cabral. Third Row: Jim Buckley, Debra Caddell, Janis Carter, Jayne Cameron, Kathy Callanan, Linda Campbell. Fourth Row: Roseanne Canavan, Douglas Campbell, Mary Jane Canavan, Donna Caliguire, Mary Cachopa, Cindy Butterworth. HOME ROOM A305— First Row: Ronald Chait, Brian Cor- coran, Susan Connolly, Lorene Constantine, Thomas Con- nolly, Daniel Converse. Second Row: Timothy Clancy, James Cotter, Bob Chaples, Marilyn Copley, Nora Cole, Dawn Costello. Third Row: Harold Chandler, Kevin Con- nolly, Sebell Chase. Joseph Cleary, Bernard Cullen, Don- ald Coffey. Fourth Row: Dawn Daly. Marilou Curley. Diana Clark, Jean Comita, Jayne Curry Fifth Row: Jeanne Cour- teau, Amy Crosby. 162 HOME ROOM A306— First Row: Robert Devine, Michael Doherty, Judy Dugan, Laureen Dolloff, Michelle Dmhowski, Greg Ellis. Second Row: Steven Dwyer, Rusty Deutsch, Diane Dragunas, Maureen Deluca, Debby DiS- tefano, Barbara DiRusso. Third Row: Eileen Doyle, Leanne DeCosta, Paul Dennison, Richard Dempsey, Frank De- Carlo, Milton DeVaughn. Fourth Row: Brian Duffy, Alice Di- Beneditto, Elaine Eardley, Jean Donoghue. HOME ROOM A403— First Row: Marsha Fox, Jane Farley, Michael Fichera, Gail Foster, Billy Foley, Valerie Gill. Sec- ond Row: Paula Gaudet, Donna Garguilo, June Fullerton, Marie Flanagan, Edward Foley, Pete Geden. Third Row: Leslie Eraser, Kenny Gay, Ron Gilmartin, Tom Gillis, Ste- ven French. Fourth Row: Rich GaibI, Gary Galbo, Paul Gerbick, Brenda Fernald, Diane Frazier, Mary Feeney. HOME ROOM A404-First Row: John Grasso, Scott Han- sler, Edward Hanley, Ave Glover, Adrienne Holmes, Lynne Hoadley. Second Row: Cathy Grover, Helen Guuffey, Mau- reen Hartery, Anne Hall, Susan Gustafson, Judith Hanko. Third Row: James Greene, Francis Hayes, John Hahn, John Hebb, Mark Hemeon, Thomas Hargreaves. Fourth Row: Victor Hamm, Michael Hebert, Debbie Heath. HOME ROOM A405— Robert Jardin, Albert Joyal, James Kelley, Michael Kelley, Rick James, John Jones. Second Row: Karen Johnson, Donna Holmes, Betsy Ivaldi, LuAnn Horrigan, Lois Honsinger, Richard Kaminskas. Third Row: Carl Jay, Glen Hudson, Anne Jones, Kathie Kelley, Step- hen Jackson, Charles Joseph. Fourth Row: Patricia Josse- lyn, Patricia Hough, Sue Jordan, Richard Hopkins, Joseph Kawaky. 163 JUNIORS HOME ROOM A406— First Row: Dennis Large. Arthur Le- tourneau, Brian Klim, George Leaver, Deborah Ledin, Da- vid Landolfi. Second Row: Stephen Kurlansky, Ray Ko- walsky, Kevin Kelley, Mary Korsun, Anne Kimtis, Rose Kiddy. Third Row: Darlene Lavalle, Cheryl Langer, Jeanne Killgoar, Judy Kilday, Marilyn Kwedor, Virginia Kendall. Fourth Row: Kenney Lavoie, Debbie Leif, Lynne LeBlanc, Kathy LaFlamme. Chester Kosinski. HOME ROOM A407-First Row: Joel Mann, Chris Mathieson, Jill Marks. Patti McAuley, James Lindley, Paul MacCombie. Second Row: Kathy Mackie, Joyce Mahoney, Kathey Lyons, Linda McCaskill, Linda Levine. Lesley Malman. Third Row: James McDonald, Kathy Maker, Linda Mackeen, Jackie Little, Richard Martin, William McDonald. Fourth Row: Mark Mason, Ken Lyons, John MacDonald, Wayne Martin, Mike Maiden, Jim Martigneth. HOME ROOM A408-First Row: James Mullet, Theresa Murray, Kim Mead, Brian Moriarty. Paul Moody, Robert Micholson. Sec- ond Row: Debbie Mederos, Linda McEwan, Bill McLaughlin, James Medeiros, Nancy McPherson, Tom McShea. Third Row: Keith Nobil, Steven Monte- rano, David Morris, Richard Minot, Paul Murphy, Ibrahim Mustafa. Fourth Row: Anne Mooney, Anne McLaughlin, Warren Miller. HOME ROOM A409-First Row: Thomas Par- sons, Peter Passanisi, Bruce Powell, Bill Pech- onis, Gary Powers, James Pope. Second Row: MaryEllen Phillips, Barbara Perdigao, Denise Pebworth, Kathy O ' Connell, Kathy O ' Neill, Joanne Ralston. Third Row: Laura Olson, Be- verly Pass, Joyce Pastman, Joan Peterson, Ger- ald Peters, Douglas Northrup. Fourth Row: Audrey Phillips, Denise Perry, Robert Overstreet, Janet O ' Hare, Sandy Phillips. 164 HOME ROOM B208— First Row: James Sharpies, Robert Savini, Martin Rich, James Rusiiko, Gary Ross, John Sarno. Second Row: Elizabeth Root, Elizabeth Reid, Theresa Rodriques, Nancy Roderigues, Tony Romanelli, David Shaughnessy. Third Row: Bruce Robertson, Tom Ruggiero, Stu Seeley, Gary Russell, Susan Rist, Sandy Sammartino. Fourh Row: Cindy Schiffer, Dianne Sestito, Vicky Savoie, Laurie Reifschneider, Terry Reilly, Joan San- tos. HOME ROOM B209— First Row: John Smith, Kenneth Silva, Ed Smith, Glenn Taylor, Richard Syrek, Robert Smith. Second Row: Richard So- per, Moe Slater, Ellen Sugure, Debbie Smith, Nancy Smith, Ellen Smyth. Third Row: Sharon Tate, Patty Sugrue, Carol Spiegel, Maureen To- bin, Diane Sweeney, Gena Tavanese. Fourth Row: Mary Sousa, Mindi Smith, Gerry Smith, Karl Spritzer, Adele Tolpin, Joanne Simpson. HOME ROOM B210-First Row: Peter Tripp, Steve Walker, John Ventresco, Joe Yetman, Tom Vibber, Art Whittaker. Second Row: Joanne True, Brenda Wade, Marian Vanston, June Weisman, Dana Zaiser, Charlie Uminski. Third Row: Philip Wy- nott, Paul Tray, Judy Young, Peggie Zinnell, Cindy Whitney, Gary Troy. Fourth Row: Andy Williams, Bob Zine, Bernadette Travis, Cathy Zawaski, Robert Tosca, John Wall. (Photo: Prodouz) CLASS OF 1973 OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-Front Row: Robert Audlee, Mike Williams, Alan Montgomery (Presi- dent), Melanie Cordeiro (secretary), Mr. Clark (advisor). Sheila Homer, Donna Parandes. Second Row: Debbie Fratus, Paula Bomhard, Donna Freeman, Delia Vieira, She- ryl Homer, Susan O ' Reilly, Marianne Peterson. Third Row: Jane Hannon, Donna Botsch, Karen Huber, Linda Doherty, Linda Cullen, Diane Klim, Pat Ewing, Suzanne McCormick. Fourth Row: Nancy Connolly, Mark Olsiewski, Debbie Mclntyre, Linda Daniels, Ellen Cummings, Nadine Maioli, Denise Roche, Leslie Hanna. Fifth Row: Linda O ' Brien, Marianne Morise, Robin Vita, Clare Crowley, Barbara Gair, Darlene Powers. Beverly Richardson, Linda Roth. Sixth Row: Regina Poshkus, Colleen Murphy, Debbie Freeman, Maxine Frutkoff, Nancy Wikstrom, Sandra Field, Marianne Johnston, Patti Sestito. ANNUAL SOPHOMORE CLASS DANCE-JANUARY 30, 1971 Debbie Fratus Mary Ott " Half Past Eternity " Pat Ewing (Photography: Maloll) 166 HOME ROOM C103-First Row: Claudia Baptista, Ed Atkinson, Steve Avellina, John Belliviau, Robert Audlee, Richard Beaidoin. Second Row: llda America, Isabel Armas, Sandi Atlas, Cathy Berkely, Micheal Andolina, JoAnne Bagtaz. Third Row: Tom Adams, Dan Andrews, Virgilio Abreu. CLASS OF 1973 HOME ROOM D1 01 -First Row: Paul Calin, Paula Bomhard, Leanne Bourgeois, Linda Budrick, Edward Brundige, Dale Bowman. Second Row: Cheryl Blatt, John Bucaria, Kevin Cad- dell, Jay Bowman, Charles Blaizis, Wayne Boghosian. Third Row: Sue Burns, Sandra Beshansky, Pamela Bullard, Karin Bindbutel, John Callan, Tim Callahan. Fourth Row: Donna Botsch, Robert Brousseau, John Cad- dell. H OME ROOM D102-First Row: Charles Castro, Eileen Ciesia, Marie Caruso, Donna Cash, Jo-Ann Camp- bell, Audrey Campbell. Second Row: Cheryl Casano, Kathryn Case, Debbie Capen, Linda Cammata, Donna Ca- taldo, Al Ceven. Third Row: Richard Carter, Robert Casserly, Thomas Che- verie, John Casserly, Jo Ann Cerri, Lori Circeo. Fourth Row: Thomas Casserly, Gary Carter, Anthony Chandler. HOME ROOM D103-First Row: Bruce Cohen, Daniel Conrad, Marie-Louise Cornley, Dennis Cushing, Mary Ann Clark, Francis Coen. Second Row: Rosemary Colgan, Donna Cole, Nancy Connolly, Pat Connolly, Cheryl Convy, Linda Cullen. Third Row: Melanie Cor- deiro, Kathy Connell, Linda Cowgill, Clare Crowley, Ellen Cumings, Ken- neth Connors. Fourth Row: Maureen Coen, Brian Courtney, Bill Curry, Jo- Ann Colman, Gale Colby, Valarie Costa. Fifth Row: Robert Costello, Pat Coletti. 167 HOME ROOM D104-First Row: Louis DeAndrade, Janis Delmonte, Mark DeCosta, James Dembrowsky, Mary Do- Vale, Maria DaCosta. Second Row: Karen Delancy, Bar- bara Devlto, Laura Dostoomain, Linda Doherty, Michele Dion, Mariellen Doherty. Third Row: John Denison, Mike Daley, William Dijak, Patrick Doherty, Dean Czerwonka, Richard Donavan. Fourth Row: Carol Driscoll, Gall Dmo- hauskl, Linda Daniels, Ricky Deutsch, Rusty Doherty. HOME ROOM D105-First Row: Marion Feingold, Colleen Flanagan, Gary Ducott, Laurel Fowler, Joanne Enck, Paula Fairbairn. Second Row: Deborah Eraser, Sandy Field, Beth Eastman, Dorris Foss, Evelyn Fisher. Patty Foley. Third Row: Jean Fedorowich, Patricia Ewing, Susan Ferante, Diane Fennessey, Gayle Everett. Fourth Row: Paula For- bes, Glenn Fletcher, Bob Driscoll, John Foley, Bill Dwyer. HOME ROOM D1 06— First Row: Bob Giroux, James Gau- det. Gary Fredericksen, Larry Gionet, Steve Gallagher, Dave Gerardi. Second Row: Patricia Giannone, Debbie Fratus, Barbara Gair, Debbie Freeman, Rhonda Frieland, Chris Gay. Third Row: Tereas Giles. Jeanne Fullerton, Lynne Gallagher, Robert Gillpatrick, Kevin Gibbons. HOME ROOM D107-First Row: Robert Hopkins, Michael Green, Hogn Hart, Timothy Hathaway, Stephen Hue, Don- ald Hayward. Second Row: Carol Hayes, Gina Hansler, Paul Hines, Kenneth Gregory, Alfred Haywood, William Haywood. Third Row: Martha Hainley, Peter Green, Ed- ward Handy, Joanne Hall, Steve Goodman, John Griffin. Fourth Row: Sheryl Homer, Barbara Gomes, Sheila Homek, Mary Gray, Jane Hannon, MaryAnne Hanley. Fifth Row: Judy Hoefer. 168 HOME ROOM D108-First Row: Margaret Kelly, Beverly Howell, Nancy Kalen, Heidi Johnson, Cheryl Jones, Gail llacqua. Second Row: Carol Jones, Mary King, Mary Kehr, Margaret Kellum, Karen Huber, Claudia Jasmin. Third Row: Marianne Johnston, Bonnie Hudson, John Kelleher, John Kelley, Joe Howard, Gary llacqua. Fourth Row: Ed- ward J. Kimtis, Donald Jasmin, Steven Johnson, John Kearns. SOPHOMORES HOME ROOM D301— First Row: Lynn Larson, Susan Large, Donna Lodge, Diane Mackenzie, Joyce Kolinski, Dianne Klim. Second Row: Linda Lynch, Debbie Lessa, Ei- leen Lynch, Debbie Landolfi, Betty Lentell, Donna Lally. Third Row: Paul LaFlamme, Charles Leonard, Steven Louko, Michael Lombard, Peter Lochiatto, Paul LaVerg- hetta. Fourth Row: James Lonergan, Alan Kosinski, Mich- eal Lacerte, William Luppino, John Lewis, Daniel Loan. Fifth Row: Debra LaCivita. HOME ROOM D302— First Row: Suzanne McCormick, Shirley McCorrison, Terry Martin, Mary McGrath, Teresa McLaughlin, Cathy McAuley. Second Row: Janice H. Maker, Deborah A. Mclntyre, Nadine C. Maioli, Stephen E. McCloud, Steve P. McHugh, Stanley J. Manifase. Third Row: Richard McCormick, Robert Murtell, Bruce Markie, Marc McDonnell, John McGrail, Peter Massey. Fourth Row: Carole McGrath, Judy Mason, Karyn McLeod, David McCarter, Richard Mann. HOME ROOM D303-First Row: Karen Morris, William Murphy, Linda O ' Brien, Colleen Murphy. Second Row: Lori Nelson, Cindy Meagher, Patricia Nichols, Jack Noe, Ben- ning Noyes. Third Row: Stephen Mutascio, William McNeill, Kenneth Meredith, Henry Moore, Thomas Nee, John Morency. Fourth Row: Ann Marie McMahon, Dale Medeiros, Robert Ness, Michael Murphy, Mary O ' Donnell, Joseph Moura. Fifth Row: Neil O Connell, Alan Montgom- ery, Ronnie Miller. HOME ROOM D308— George Pappas, Steve Panico, David Piatkowski, Mitchell Popper, Damon Ostis, David Oro. Sec- ond Row: Debbie Pinette, Stephannie Polychaones, Peggy Polacco, Regina Poshkus, Mary Ott, Donna Parandes. Thiird Row: Marianne Peterson, Nancie O ' Meara, Judy O ' Hare, June Polillio, Nancy Overstreet, Sandy Patterson. Fourth Row: Susan O ' Reilly, Darlene Powers, Robert Oliva, Georce Price, Bob O ' Hare. CLASS OF 1973 HOME ROOM D309— First Row: John Santos, Daniel Rat- liff, Edward Rogerson, Debra Saitz, Beverly Richardson, Bernice Reilly. Second Row: Paul Rogers, Mark Rudis, Hohn Reardon, Pamela Ready, Elaine Rosenfield, Debra Rose. Third Row: Mark Roscoe, Craig Robillard, Peter Richards, Pam Raymond, Denise Roche, Linda Roth. Fourth Row: D. Ruggerio, Sharon Robints, Joseph Sand, Edward Rodrigues, John Purcell, Dave Robinson. HOME ROOM D311 -First Row: Patti Sellars, Debbie Sa- Wyer, Judy Shaw, Marcia Soule, Patti Smith. Patty Sestito. Second Row: Debbie Sousa, Eleanor Slattery, Linda Sheaffer, Linda Seeley, Joan Scully, Peggy Smith. Third Row: Robert Spencer, Edward Sly, David Scrivens, Lolita Silva. Charlie Shaw, Milton Smith. Fourth Row: T. Schilli- nger, Paul Simons. Fred Simonds, David Soper, Marshall Shore, Ross Schubarth. HOME ROOM El 01 —First Row: Doris Sprague, Janice Staula, Jim Storm, Maureen Sweeney, Susan Teed. Sec- ond Row: Kenneth Spritzer, John Steele, Mike Stuart, Paula Taglieri. Third Row: John Sqruill, Gary Stern, Debbie Sweeney, Paul Tamul, Jane Thompson. Fourth Row: Deb- bie Stankiewicz, John Stewart, Linda Sweeney, Steve Tar- danico. 170 HOME ROOM E102-First Row: Ken Walton, Walter Van- ston, Joseph Toomey, Delia Vieira, Chris Totman, Frank Walsh. Second Row: Margaret Visser, Robin Vita, Linda Trepsas, Susan Wallace, Donna Ward, Eileen Turner. Third Row: Mark Ullock, Donald Vanhorn, Dave Voipe, Mike Tobin, Ted Wason. HOME ROOM E103-First Row: Kevin Wilczewski, Tom Zamazni, Valerie Webster, Michael Williams, Diane Wal- son, Evelyn Zepf. Second Row: Walter Wenskevich, Barry Weinberg, Francis Whittaker, Nancy Wikstrom, Karen Zap- pala. Randy White. Third Row: Sherri Winick, Deborah Young, Kathy Wereska. CLASS OF 1974 HOME ROOM A301 -First Row: Jack Callahan, Bill Berlo, Debbie Bartlett, Colleen Benson, John Baglole, Elvira Al- meida. Second Row: Lucis Avila, Mitchell Applebaum, John Bernard, Jeanne Beaudoin, Alicia Abramowicz, Maria Armas.Third Row: Tom Andrews, Steve Armstrong, Gayle Barker, Anne Audlee, Marian Atkinson, Teresa Amati. Fourth Row: Pete Anastas, Karen Audlee, Lynda Baker, Gary Allen, Stephen Atkinson, John H. Bdelnour. Fifth Row: Mike Andrews. HOME ROOM B106-First Row: Mark Bruce, Bob Ceven, Pete Brooks, Pat Byron, Robert Butler, Richard Cameron. Second Row: David Blanchard, Thomas Butler, John Bind- beutel, Wendy Bishop, Theresa Brace, Paula Cash. Third Row: Joseph Boncondo, Donna Brown. Amy Brezner, Bruce Buklin, Charles Bishop, Hal Carl. Fourth Row: Debo- rah Blanchard, Steve Bosse, Joe Canavan, Greg Boc. Chester Chipman, Sheree Catalano. Fifth Row: Jane Brown, Jean Castilion, Marian Carlino. 171 CLASS OF 1974 CLASS OFFICERS— Seated: Bret Maclnnes (treasurer), Mary Galanis (secretary), Michael Ven- tresco (vice-president). Standing: Michael Joseph (president), Miss Hornbostel (advisor). EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-Front Row: Karen Herr, Gretchen Quinn, Linda Schubarth, Brett Maclnnes, Mary Galanis, Mike Ventresco, Mil e Joseph, Karen O ' Donnell, Mary Lou Naas. Second Row: Kathie Wood, Gayle McMorrow, Janice McPherson, Kathy Mullen, Diane Conley, Frances Myers, Marion Carlino, Janice Morrill, Amy Brezner, Denyce Musial, Jayne Duffy, Marge Lom- bard, Chris Ott. Third Row: Jo-Ann Hanson. Jill Gaffney, Kathy Kelly, Mo Murphey, Rose Ann Walsh, Lynne O ' Reilly, Cheryl Richardson, Duke Gregory, Kevin McCarthy, Ken Golder, Michael Dean, John Bagole. 172 HOME ROOM B203-First Row: James Crawford, Patricia Cotter, Paula Cobbett, Peggy Collins, Donna Connolly, Joyce Coulter. Second Row: John Conley, Brian Crean, Jayne Courtney, Marcia Colbert, Jeanne Coletti, Diane Conley. Third Row: Maria Cimildoro, Denise Coffey, Lee Circeo, Sylvia Cooper, Mary Costello, Sue Cohenno. Fourth Row: Martin Ciulla, Albert Conlon, Russell Clough, Michael Concannon, Richard Chisholm, David Colp. Fifth Row: Jimmy Cowgill. HOME ROOM B204— First Row: Michael Dean, Peter Di- Censo, Bob Curlegan, Jeff DeMello, Neil Cronin, Walter □earing. Second Row: Janice Crosby, Debbie DeLuca, De- nise Dardane, Frederick DePina, Joanne Delaney, Al De- Palma. Third Row: Jane Dagenais, Ron Day, Don Davis, Kevin DeSantis, Richard Day. Thomas Crowley. Fourth Row: John DeAndrade. HOME ROOM B205-First Row: Kathy Eardley, Maureen Durling, Patrick J. Flaherty, Matthew J. Foster, Thomas A. Foley, Andrew N. DIugokecki. Second Row: Mary Dunfey, Barbara Faunce, Gail Freeman, Joan Fairbairn, Jane Dunn, Stephen Donoghue. Third Row: Gerald E. Eaton, Terence E. Doherty, Dennis A. DoVale, Donna L. Duclos, Darlene Fisher, Dianne M. Dwyer. Fourth Row: Richard En- tner, Andy Dijak, Reginald Farrell, Claire Eraser, Donna Farrell, Betty Foley. Fifth Row: Jayne Duffy, Barry Flash- man. 173 HOME ROOM B301— First Row: William Hahn, Dave Harju, Mark Mines, Ned Hochmuth, Bob Hanrahan, Steve Hop- kins. Second Row: John Hamdeed, Lester Hall, Larry Hor- ton, Susan Hadley, Cheryl Hoages, Ruth Hausammann. Third Row: Richard Hvoslef, Paul Hart, Ronald Hudson, Kare n Herr, Jo-Ann Hansen, Brenda Hackett. Fourth Row: Jennifer Hemeon, Cindy Hill, Victoria Hayward, Cheryl Homer, Diane Hadley, Gail Holliday. Fifth Row: Theresa Hayes, Ann Hayes. HOME ROOM B302— First Row: Barry Kurlansky, Dana Krul, Paul Kilday, Joe Kelleher, Chris Karo, Karl Kosinski. Second Row: Gary Jameson, Lynn Kelly. Maureen Keller, Cheryl James, Ray LaCasse, John LaFlamme. Third Row: Robert Kolesinski, Daniel Kelley, John Kane, Eddie Iraldi, Glen llacqua, Alan Laferriere, Stephen King, Kathy Kelly. Karen Kane, Laura Kallenberg, Maureen Kiddy, Chris Kal- ton. HOME ROOM B303— First Row: Mike Lonergan, Roy Lyons, Bill Langer, Don Landers, Robert Lanza, Seth Liv- ingstone. Second Row: Ann Marie Curran, Debbie Cullen, Carol Cross, Kerry Dawe, Robin Dennena, Daphne Daly. Third Row: Sheri Lang, Kathy Limbey, David Makris, Brett Maclnnes, Steve Lonergan, Brian MacNeil. 174 HOME ROOM B304-First Row : Neal McGrail, Richard McCade, John McLaughlin, Maureen March, Cheryl Ann McConbrey, Ton Mclnnis. Second Row: Cheryl McDermott, Alice McKain, Catherine McGrail, Cheryl Marks, John McArdle. Third Row: Diane Marshall, Kevin McCarthy, Kathy McEwan, Karen Martin, Jeanne McCall, Lois Mazza. Fourth Row: Chuck McCann, John McGlynn, Daniel Mark, Pat McHugh, Chuck McLeod, Bob McLellan. Fifth Row: Joseph Mann, Walter McAuley. FRESHMEN HOME ROOM B305— First Row: Mary Lou Naas, Karen O ' Donnell, Kathy Mullan, Denlse Musial, Frances Myers, Blanka Nebel. Second Row: Jean Oliva, Janice McPherson, Gayle McMorrow, Brian McShairy, Bruce Miller. Third Row: Daniel O ' Donnell, Kevin Mulvey, Richard Neiskens, Richard Meagher, Eddie O ' Brien, Robert O ' Donnell. Fourth Row: Edward O ' Donnell, Brian Murphey, Susan Moran, Kenny Mooney, Don Nelson. HOME ROOM B306— First Row: Debra Perkins, Lynne O ' Reilly, Ann Marie Pascareili, Diane Peters, Paula Pasca- relli, Debbie Panico. Second Row: Alden Perry, Brian Pan- acy. Chick Penney, Marc Pollard, Bill Parsons, Donna Pan- acy. Third Row: Leo Piche, Michawl Palmer, Ray Polillio, Ralph Polillio, Harley Ostis, Paula Olson. Fourth Row: Mike O ' Niel, Bob Perry, Jack Osborne, Henry Pires, Jackie Pow- ers, Lisa Parrin. Fifth Row: John Poly, Eliot Popper, Jimmy Poquette, Chris Ott. HOME ROOM B307-First Row: Robert Raymond, Mark Rossman, Gary Reddington, David Ross, Kevin Riley, Don Rist. Second Row: Cheryl Richardson, Evelyn Reifschnei- der, Gretchen Quinn, Janice Raggiani, Lesley Roche. Third Row: Mike Rivers, Mike Rocci, Edward Ransom, Ed- ward Reilly, Joanna Rego, Mary Richardson. 175 HOME ROOM B310-First Row; Michael Schillinger, Rich- ard Santarpio, Shane Simms, David Thompson, Paul Seery, Steve Rotella. Second Row: Dan Scully, Ed Sha- piro, Richard Ruscito, Bobby Simonds, Alan Rubel, Tim- othy Shea. Third Row: Barbara Sharpies, Janet Sbardella, Linda Schubarth, Pamela Sanders, Jayne Scanlon, Karen Rubin. Fourth Row: Susan Rubin, Debbie Rupp, Maria Serpa, Darona Shapiro, Theresa Ryan, Gary Ryder. Fifth Row: Bernie Shannon. CLASS OF 1974 HOME ROOM B311 -First Row: Joyce Thomas, Linda Thomas, Lena Tempesta, Paula Tinglof, Linda Smith, Kathi Slater. Second Row: Susan Stickler, Walter Stankiewicz, Paul Smith, Susan Stewart, Jan-Marie Sweeney, Gary Smith. Third Row: Don St. Peter, Jeff Tankerley, Joe Thompson, John Szum, Richard Swallow, Jim Steele. Fourth Row: Debora Tardanico, Donna Tierney, Linda Sugrue, Loreen Smith, Lea Spillane, David Souza. Fifth Row: Mike Strickland, Yvette Straughter. HOME ROOM B312-Fjr ' .. i ravis, Gregory Wall- ace, Fred Vanston, Dol _oi, Kenneth Veiga, Tim Tot- man. Second Row: Susan Tropea, Kathy Tobin. Joyce Westbrook, Betsy Visser, Carol Wessling. Third Row: Maria Vasconcelos, Priscilla Whelan, Mike Ventresco, Kathy Tracey, Elizabeth True, Diane Ward. Fourth Row: Roseann Walsh, Cindy Ugo, Diane Ventresco, Mike Vuytowecz, Da- vid Tripp. Fifth Row: Stuart Wahl, Dotty White, Sharon Washwell, Carol Tripp, Bruce Trotta. HOME ROOM B313-F. st Row: Barry Woodman, Steve Wilders, Donna Zizzo, Janice Whittaker, Patricia Winters. Nancy Young. Second Row: John Zawalich, Kathie Wood, Debbie Yetman, Diane Yetman. Junita White. James Wil- liams. Third Row: Bruce Young, John Winters. 176 CLASS WILL We, members of the class of nineteen-hundred and seventy-one, 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 the Faculty: Dennis Yaitanes leaves his parking space in the teachers parking lot to Mrs. Perdigao. Peter Dors leaves a lot of respect for Mr. Edmonston. The three O ' s leave Mr. O ' Leary in peace. Suzanne Bucaria leaves Mr. Gormley her frizzles. Richard Grieco leaves his number 2 shirt to Mr. Fanning. Karen Olson leaves Mr. Reis some special pictures. Bill Totman and Lumpy leave the shop teachers totally insane. Marianne Duval leaves a heater to Mrs. Kaufman. John Nieskens leaves Mr. Holbert a lab that can be completed during school. Patti Case leaves Mr. Bucklin a spelling book. Anita Pombo leaves all her vocabulary tests to Mr. Coen. Gloria Vardaro leaves Mrs. Novinsky with peace and a pack of gum. Jackie Ott leaves Mr. Sheehan with the " Sounds of Silence. " Lee Smith leaves Mr. Berr . shelf with an " Old Pro " on it. Homeroom D210 leaves Mr. Kellogg an excuse note. The Lindas leave Mr. Boushell a warm good-bye. Linda Green leaves Mr. Chamberlain a rubber ducky. Amy Dunham leaves Miss Lombardi a package of envelopes and a book of stamps. Shirley Staples leaves the cafeteria cooks her recipe for " Whoopie Pie jut on ly if they give her theirs for " California Tacos " . Joanne Silva leaves Mr. Baum a little peace and quiet B.G., P.C., and A.D., leaves Jon Z. with much more experience in teaching chemistry to senior girls, Anita Fradine leaves S.H.S. taking all her problems from Miss Morse and leaves Mr. Sapir one Thespian point. To the Underclassmen: Dave Brezner leaves three pens, a case of lollipops, four Mickey Mouse sweatshirts and about eight cents worth of loose change. Barb Ceruti and Anne Callanan leave their top lockers. Kathy Carpenter leaves a box of animal crackers to Ron C. Jackie Ott leaves her kitty-pricked fingers and ulcer to any underclassman crazy enough to take Physiology. Sandy Savini leaves Dee Dee and Dan their two thirds of the Tink for future use. The P.J. gang leaves their laughs and good times to another lucky P.J. gang. Winifred Roache leaves all her basement passes to anyone who wants them. Madonna Boclair leaves S.H.S. peace and quiet for the next four years and the job of publicity in E205 to a deserving nut. Debbie Ewing leaves four newspapers in her locker for future readers. Deborah Rudis leaves a Morgan Memorial skirt for anyone in E205 who may need it during a Drama Festival. General Bequests: Bruce Douglass leaves with Amy Dunham ' s fingernail marks in his left arm. Eric Campbell leaves Uncle Zeke to Aunt Bessy Armand Baptista leaves happiness for all who seek to find it Karen Carlsen and Cathy Mason leave the corridors of S.H.S. alive and ringing with the sound of Mickey Mouse! Lynn Atkinson leaves all her happy experiences to all deserving people. Jack Burden and Willy Stark leave the secrets of their true identities in a sealed envelope to be opened after graduation 177 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer 23 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. 178 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. 179 Congratulations to Class of 1 97 1 BALFOUR COMPANY Official Jewelers to the Class Bill Rowan, Factory Representative Congratulations to the Class of 1971 DYKEMAN ' S ELECTRIC 180 Good Luck To The 197 1 Graduates FESTIVAL DISPLAY CORP Fred Hartery, Pres. FIRST IMPERIAL JEWELERS, INC Route 27, Cobbs Corner Stoughton, Mass. 181 E. W. GRENON SON, INC. Agent for Pan American Airlines Local and Long Distance Furniture Moving We Serve the Fifty States Weekly Trips from Maine to Florida New Approved Military Containerized Warehouse OFFICE WAREHOUSE Boston (Dorchester), Mass. Tosca Dr. (A A Industrial Park) Tel.: 265-2235 Tel.: 344-6410 Night: Call 344-3954 My Compliments and My Congratulations To The Class of 1971 182 Congratulations To The Class of 1971 from UNDA ' S BUS SERVICE Your Local School Contractor Serving Massachusetts, The United States and Canada Compliments of Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc. Canton House Restaurant A TREAT IN AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD Cobb Corner Shopping Center 103-105 Sharon Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Orders Put Up To Take Out Please Call: 828-4720 or 344-4782 183 There ' s Just One Class Better Than the Rest When You ' re for ' 71 You ' re for the Best! Congratulations Seniors 1970-71 Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Compliments of CONNORS WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO., INC. 2239 Washington St. Canton, Mass. 828-0765 Denneno ' s Pizza House Tel.: 344-9803 545 Pearl St. Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations To The Class of 1971 F. C. Phillips Inc. 473 Washington St. Tel.: 344-9400 Stoughton, Mass. 184 Best Wishes To the Graduating Class Mr. Mrs. Antonio D. Margarite MARSHALL ' S Rte. 27 Washington St. Canton Home of Nationally Advertised " Name Brands " at low, low Prices Good Luck Grads! PARSHLEY REALTY 681 Washington St. 344-2110 Sales — Rentals — Mortgages Appraisals — Notary Public SHAWMUT DIVISION OF THE DUPLAN CORPORATION Best wishes to the Class of ' 71 185 A FRIEND FROM STOUGHTON Compliments of Wm. H. Totman Asphalt Corp. 1823 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Good Luck Grads TOWN SPA 4 Rose St. Stoughton, Mass. West Side Shell Inc. 620 Belmont St. Brockton, Mass. 02403 186 Dorchester, Mass. Tel.: 265-2235 Canton, Mass. Tel.: 828-6920 GEORGE O. SLATER, INC. TRUCKING AND FURNITURE MOVING A A Industrial Park Toska Drive Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Warehouse 344-6410 STATE SPA Stoughton Square Compliments of RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK 15 Pleasant St. Stoughton 187 • Announcements • Informals • Wedding Invitations Business and Social Stationery CREVOLA PRINT Dial 344-4833 35 Park Street Dentch Ford Inc. The World ' s Oldest Ford Dealership James Kourafae Pres. Sidney Dentch Treas. 31 Porter St., Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Dunkin Donuts Dr. Patrick Ferrera Tel.: 344-4111 56CapenSt. Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of General Flooring Co. Tel.: 344-7200 764 Washington St. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1971 GIGI ' S On Route 138 Compliments To the Class of 1971 from Hallamore Trucking Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of The House of Carpet Stoughton, Mass. 188 Ahern and O ' Neil Inc. Jewelers — Opticians Gifts — Cards Congratulations from Billy ' s Taxi, inc. Michael J. Rocci, Pres. CANDY DELITE 113 Sharon Street, Cobbs Corner Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Tel.: 344-9953 The Family Store Compliments of Chet Cohenno, Photography Compliments of A W Compliments of B.P.M. Supermarket FLOWERS BY CELI Wayne D. Robinson James B. Cotter Funeral Home, inc. 39 Grove Street Stoughton 189 Compliments of Joe ' s Shell Station ' JdV John J. Rogers Son Inc. Established 1904 NSURANCE I ■ % 787 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 J ROGERS. Kelly Bros. Const. Corp. Contractors Water . . . Drainage 725 School Street Stoughton, Mass. Sewer Construction Tel.: 344-4737 Compliments of King ' s Department Store Brockton, Mass. Compliments of Lowe Powers Funeral Home Tel.: 344-2061 115 Monk Street Stoughton, Mass. MacCombie ' s Lawnmower Service Shop Compliments of MR. G ' S SUB SHOP AND CATERING SERVICE Mur-Mac ' s Tel.: 344-9816 827 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 190 MURPHY COAL CO. INC. 703 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. COAL RANGE AND FUEL OILS 344-3012 Naomi Music Studio 35 Belmont St., Brockton, Mass. Class Private Instruction Accordion — Piano — Organ Guitar — Drums — Wind Instruments Hammond Organ Studios of Boston Hammond Organs Pianos 588-3056 Compliments of Pilgrim Fellowship Congregational Church 76 Pierce Street Stoughton, Mass. Phillips 66 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of a Friend Best Wishes from The Rainbow Girls ROBERT ' S JEWELRY Tri - Town - Mall Canton, Mass. 02021 Tel.: 828-0954 Compliments of Rowland ' s T.V. 191 Congratulations to the Class of 1971 SIMOND ' S CHEVROLET 287 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 828-4455, 344-4063 STAR MARKETS The Quality Leader THE HOME OF " MIRACLE PRICES " Compliments of Stoughton Cooperative Bank Best Wishes From the Stoughton Teachers Association Congratulations to Class of 1971 — from STOUGHTON TOOL AND DIE Compliments of Dr. William Sullivan and Dr. William C. Donahue Compliments of THE MATH DEPT. Best Wishes DAVID E. THOMPSON, INC. 89 TOSCA DRIVE STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 192 Congratulations to The Class of ' 71 from Tri-4-Realty All Weather Coats By TWIN-KEE MFG. CO. Where Quality and Service is your Guarantee Phone 344-457] 720 Park St. Stoughton Congratulations from Veteran ' s Taxi 768 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-4280 Best Wishes to the Class of " 71 " WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP 797A Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. WYMAN JEWELERS Certified Gemologist American Gem Society Wyman Street Stoughton Andy ' s Texaco Service Tel.: 344-9941 On Rt. 139 at Rt. 24 North Stoughton Square Best to you all Bard ' s Hardware and Supply 7 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. Brockton-Taunton Gas Tel.: 588-5900 995 Belmont Street Brockton, Mass. BROWN ' S SUNOCO SERVICENTER General Auto Repairs 566 Washington St. Stoughton Sunoco 1 38 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Canton Cinema 193 Central Drug 1025 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. Headquarters for Graduation Gifts Cobbs Corner Shell Tel.: 828-9720 4 1 Washington Street Canton, Mass. Comb Clipper and Richards Hair Styling 299 Park St. (Rt. 27) Stoughton, Mass. 344-5071 Best Wishes from Controller Crimmins Real Estate 1032 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. Cut Curl Always a Friendly Atmosphere 295 Park St., Stoughton Tel.: 344-9926 DEACON PLUMBING HEATING CO., INC. 32 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Tel.: 344-2541 Dragon Pearl Restaurant Tel.: 344-478 1 762 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Gay the Florist 399 Pleasant Street Tel.: 344-2812 Stoughton, Mass. General Flooring Co., inc. Tel.: 344-7200 764 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Gerard ' s Beauty Salon 1 4 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. Joe ' s Esso Service Station Inc. 452 Canton Street Route 27 W. Stoughton, Mass. Joe Fay, Manager Joe ' s Gulf Service Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Lamps Unlimited Tel.: 344-7137 107 Sharon Street Stoughton, Mass. Lee ' s Beauty Shop 161 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Mass. Louie ' s Barber Shop 121 School Street Stoughton, Mass. 194 Compliments of a Friend Medical Pharmacy Tel.: 344-23 1 1 769 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations from M M VARIETY STORE 100 Perry Street Stoughton Compliments from Moran Floor Craft Good Luck United Methodist Youth Fellowship Wayne Thomas, Pres. O ' Donnell ' s Arce Service Tel.: 961-9834 Rt. 139 Stoughton, Mass. Ouellett Pharmacy Inc. 756 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-3400 Best Wishes PAGES VARIETY STORE Pearl St., Stoughton Park Medical Associates Melwyn Fine Myron Mazer, M.D. ' s Best of Luck and Good Wishes Paul ' s Barber Shop Porter Coal Oil Co., inc. Diato Oil Service Associated Company Compliments of Roxie ' s Market Sam John ' s Shoe Store 789 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2590 Shoe Villa Tel.: 344-2001 733 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Stoughton Diner Washington Street Stoughton 195 Good Luck and Best Wishes from STOUGHTON DRUG COMPANY Eleanor and Paul Goulston Reg. Pharm. SWAN CLEANERS DYERS Cleaning — Dyeing 20 Freeman St. Tel: 344-3711 TOWNE LYNE BAKERY 12 Washington St. Canton, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes from CHRISTOPHER ' S SHOES 770 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. DON ' S T.V. SALES SERVICE 146 Brickel Road, Stoughton, Mass. ZENITH ADMIRAL Color Antennas Installed-Color Picture Tubes 344-9300 Best Wishes to the Class of 71 from STOUGHTON HARDWARE TELTRON ENGINEERING, INC. " PRECISION METAL FABRICATION " 1779 Central Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Phone: 344-3700 344-5740 VON ' S BARBER SHOP appointment only 556 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. r CD Mr F REIN PS " 0 n LAKEWOOD COMMUNICATIONS 1520 Washington St. Two Way Radio Service 196 LOUIS G. DiRUSSO General Carpentry 154 Lincoln St. Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations POT POURRI Canton, Mass. Best Wishes Class of 1971 ANDY ' S FOOD MART 330 Morton St. Stoughton, Mass. TOY CHEST 75 Washington St. Tritown Mall Canton, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 71 THE McCORMICK BROS. Best Wishes Class of 71 From NARDOZZI CENTRAL DRUG INC. BROWN ' S SUNOCO SERVICE Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-3190 CAFARELLE PRODUCTS Tools — Dies — Fixtures Machine Work and Stamping Ralph Cafarelle 295 Canton Street Stoughton, Mass. THANKS TO ALL OF OUR CO-WORKERS PAULA AND JOHN Best of Luck to the Class of 1971 and the Stotonian Staff MR. AND MRS. SUMNER B. TAPPER 197 PATRONS The SHS of 1971 is pleased to count among its supporters the following patrons in the 1971 Issue of the Stotonian: GOLD PATRONS William R. Duval Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herbowy Family Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caratozzola Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burns Frank G. Loring Mr. and Mrs. Walter Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Gushing Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. H. Piatkowski Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. McCarthy Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rocco L. Locantore Family The Ceven Family Mr. and Mrs. Armand Baptista Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Howlett Sr. Mr. Hobart J. Wynant Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Edmund W. Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. George M. Allen Gary D. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Eagles Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Zapustas " The First Senior Journalism Class at SHS " Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hines Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Dykeman Mr. and Mrs. Marshall V. Cheverie A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. M. O ' Hare Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Case Bill and Tina McCormick Mrs. Clara Cowgill Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Fezio SILVER PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rodrigues Mr. and Mrs. James A. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Oro Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Olsiewski Mrs. A. Prodouz Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nieskens Donna, Barbara Anthony DiRusso Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland A. Natola Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kimtis Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Hannon Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pavadore Mr. and Mrs. Sumner W. Kesselman Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Audlee Jr. Homeroom D303 Peace on Earth 198 REGULAR PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. John C. Suslowicz Mr. and Mrs. John Preskenis Mr. and Mrs. Louis Paillucci Marybeth Tallarida Richard J. Hart Mr. and Mrs. James L. Boushell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baunn Mr. and Mrs. William Savicki Mr. and Mrs. A. Landfors Mrs. E. Ryder Mr. and Mrs. W. Pope Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Welch Mr. and Mrs. Max Fradine Mr. Woodruff Gerald J. Leaver Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Rudis Teresa Costa Andrew and Arabella Billy and Kathy Rod and Patti Marsha and Rick Jeanne and Bob Fay and Jim Anita and Alan Linda D. and Mike S. Lynette and Jeff Amy and Bobby Mike and Maryann Brian and Eileen Neil and Donna Eddie and Barb Rocky and Dave Karen and Paul Linda and Ricky Debbie and Steve Brad and Maryellen Karen and Jimmy Sheryi, Shiela, Maratha, and Patti Jim, A! and the Garage Miss Tango Queen Bud and Squire Maguire Good Luck from Homeroom B203 Stoughton Young Citizens Good Luck from Homeroom B307 Good Luck from Homeroom B305 Governor Willie Stark Jack Burden The Resident Mickey Mouse Club Good Luck from a Friend You and Me M.A.P. Good Luck from B310 To Matt in San Francisco Good Luck from Miss Mac If it feels good, do it! A407 We almost did - Carol and Ruth Best Wishes from B304 From B Friend From ME Susan loves Debbie In memory of Joseph, he ' s my parakeet. Homeroom B204 Smokey the Bear Juicy Brucey Homeroom D309 The Gang in A405 From the Alkies in A405 Madness is D302 Ellin and Eddie Stan, Thanks for the use of Deb. Mike Lew-y and Mouse Steve and Barb 199 " I ' ve looked at life from both sides now, from up and down and still somehow . . . it ' s life ' s illusions I recall. I really don ' t know life at all. " (Joni Mitchell) 200


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