Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)
- Class of 1972
Page 1 of 216
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 216 of the 1972 volume:
I S c 5 T e drills fl Bene In J 7 V " V. 0 L Roc 0 oc r rehearsal i « WHEN THE CHEERING STOPS Now here is a Yearbook which is pictures for the most and apparent part. You can assume an air of nostalgia before finishing your perusal of it. Or you can raise a cynical eyebrow or two, muttering, " Man can live without love but not without water, " mystifying your peers with your acid sarcasm, callousness, et al. No matter, really, which view you take of our view of the view: Stoughton High is as firmly established (etc.) as Plimoth Plantation. And unless you feign amnesia from the age of nineteen onward, and convince yourself that you ' ve had amnesia from the age of nineteen onward, you ' ll remember your alma mater till, say, senility— and then some. The choice still remains: what to do with the memories. Personally, I just may save a few unused photos, paste them on my wall or hide them under my pillow for a rainy day. They make excellent bookmarks as well; especially if you tend to lose your sense of place. Your Yearbook should not lie about, gathering dust year after year, until your future offspring find it. Yearbooks are fine places to press flowers and save four leaf clovers, for doodling in the margins; use it to bring you to the proper height for most efficient use of your typewriter. By definition. Our Yearbook is relevant, whether or not you believe your education within Stotonian borders will have any bearing on your life. Four years of your youth were spent here. What did you buy with them? (G. Frederickson) — " listen: there ' s a hell of a good universe next door; let ' s go " e.e. cummings 4 The antithesis of beauty is Stough- ton Square. Physically, it exerts no compelling force over its teen-aged inhabitants that keeps them in Stoughton after graduation. Instead, the Square is so repulsive that it cata- pults Stoughton youth as far as Brockton, perhaps, or Randolph. But why do S.H.S. students remain amid the in- justice, problems, dirt and sessions, in a building not far removed from sordid, squalid Stoughton Square? Maybe there is a force that keeps them there. Could that force be other people? 8 STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE: Seated, Dr. Recupero, Mrs. Blomstrom; Standing: Mr. Gibbons, Mr. Rist, Dr. Harrington, Mr. Hill. TO THE CLASS OF 1972: The members of the Stoughton School Committee and I wish to ex- tend to each of you our most sin- cere congratulations. This past year has been one in which many of us have had new experiences and freedoms which in the past were traditionally rejected. It was a year in which we learned that by communicating with our fel- low-man, we may see a clearing through the muddle of confusion that existed in the late sixties. The age of the " grey-flannel suit " has finally passed on; the true spirit of man is emerging, and, best of all, is being recognized. Yours is an exciting future. I trust that you will work to its perfection, and by so doing, help us attain a world of true peace. The liberties you have been given must be guarded and protected with care and diligence. They must be respected and used with caution and intelligence. How great and exciting will be the days and years of the future. Nourish them! Now that the starter has fired his gun and we are off our marks, look back occasionally as each mile is passed and give thanks and praise, especially to your parents. Remember, each of us in the community will be watching and cheering your efforts. Above all, re- member that this race will not be won through the efforts of one man alone, but only with the cooperative efforts of all. Good luck! May the Lord bless you! Dr. Thomas E. Recupero Chairman, Stoughton School Committee 14 TO THE CLASS OF 1972: Congratulations upon the successful completion of your high school education. You are aware of the new courses which were added to the program of studies. Some courses were dropped and others modified. In short, the educational offerings were in a constant state of change. With the rapidly changing technology, changes are necessary. The change process will continue. It will require the co- operative efforts of administrators, teachers, and stu- dents to make the school program relevant and inter- esting. There are many new approaches which are being tried. Some of the new techniques soon to become widespread include bi-lingual offerings, team ap- proaches to counseling, individualized programs, inde- pendent study, drug counseling programs, career ex- plorations, vocational training programs, mini-courses, and citizenship training programs. These offerings will require a more liberal approach to the scheduling process. Students will be expected to assume more responsibility and work more coopera- tively with the staff to develop meaningful programs during these times of constant change. You can readily see that your educational ex- periences in high school were different from those of your predecessors and will also be different from those who follow you. We hope that we have helped to pre- pare you to meet the challenges of your generation. Dr. Peter J. Sperandio Principal HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 1. DR. PETER J. SPERANDIO, Principal 2. MR. ARTHUR L. PENARDI, Assistant Principal 3. MR. ROBERT J McLAUGHLIN, Administrative Assistant 4. MR. THOMAS McDERMOTT. Director of Library Services 1. MRS. SAVICKI 2. MISS WELLS 3. MATH COMPETITION Alan Montgomery Susan Laub Shirley McCorrlson Neil Cronin Tim Clancy Mr. Aalpoel, Advisor 4. MISS SAYLOR MATH When a problem is set to our team, And winning ' s the impossible dream, If we ' ve run out of time we then flip a dime And arrive at an answer that ' s original at least " I do not like the apathy of the students. I think the last half of the senior year should have the atmosphere of an open campus where the student himself has more re- sponsibility. " Mr. Cabral 1. MR. KELLOGG 2. MR. PELTIER 3. MR. CABRAL. Director 4. MR. WOODRUFF 24 25 CROSS-COUNTRY— F rsf Row: Bob Jardin, Carl Buschenfeldt, Ricci Hopkins, Bob Tosca, Dan Converse, Coach Charles Green. Second Row: Pat Flaherty, Dave Soper, Ed Rodrigues, Tom Foley, Mike Lonergan, Ron Day. Third Row: John McArdle, Glen Godfrey, Jim Crawford, John Hamdeed, Rich Day, Jim Gray, Jay Jardin. Fourth Row: Gary Rodrigues, John La Flamme, Jack Joseph, Jack Grieco, Jim Carter. CROSS COUNTRY " Mr. Green has taught us how to work together as a team. We had a great season, Mr. Green. Thank you. " John Hamdeed ' 74 1. RICCI HOPKINS, Co-Captain 2. BOB TOSCA, Co-captain 3. CARL BUSCHENFELDT 4. BOB JARDIN 5. DAN CONVERSE 28 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY— Fronf Row: Miss Shue (J.V. Coach), Claudia Baptista, Nancy Connolly, Cheryl Conly, Mary Cotter (Co-Captain), Janice Staula (Co-Captain), Miss Cavanaugh (Varsity Coach). Back Row: Kathy Wereska, Sue Tropea, Denise Coffey, Donna Botsch, Sue Teed, Jody Johnson. J.V. FIELD HOCKEy -Front Row: Miss Shue (J.V. Coach), Jennifer Hemeon, Chris Kalton. Jane Duffey, Che- ryl Manson, Jane Staula, Miss Cavanaugh (Varsity Coach). Second Row: Wendy Jackson, Mary Dunfey, Tina Comunale, Joyce Johnson, Marge Barrett, Laurie Circeo. Back Row: Carol Wessling, Lynn Gallagher. 29 FOOTBALL V VARSITY FOOTBALL— F -sf Row: Rusty Deutsch, Bill McLaughlin, Harry Chandler, Kevin Connolly, (Capt.), Kevin Kelly, (Capt.), Albie DiStefano, Ray Kowalsky, John Atkinson, Gerry Audlee, Bruce Powell. Second Row: Steve Ratella, Paul Rogers, Don Landers, Robbie Gilpatrick, Rick Donovan, Damon Ostis, Ralph Polillio, Ross Schubarth, Mark Abramowicz, Wayne Bogohsian, Brian Moriarty. Third Row: Paul Abramowicz, George Price, Kevin Caddell, Tom Butler, Greg Boc, Chuck Leonard, Bob King, Brian Crean, Jim Pulsinelli. Fourth Row: Joe Thompson, Ed O ' Donnell, Bobby Curley, Bruce Bucklin, John Zawalich, Ken Golder, Dean Czerw onka. Fifth Row: Coach Steve Woodruff, Coach Warner Bucklin, Rich McCormick, Bob Driscoll, Steve Dugan, Tony Chandler, Tom Schillinger, Jim Cow gill, Coach Jeff Fanning, Head Coach Jerry Cullen. 3 4 5 6 2 1. ALBIE DiSTEFANO 2. RAY KOWALSKY 3. BRIAN MORIARTY 4. BILLY Mclaughlin 5. BRUCE POWELL FRESHMEN— F rsf Row: Ron Hill, Russ DePina, Jim Riva, Bob Wilson, Bill Kezer, Steve Bishop, Mike Meyers, Ron Hamm, Gary Burke. Second Row: Glen Overstreet, Paul Comita, Chuck Robichau. Darren Leveille, John Birthwhistle, Paul Colosante, Arthur Penardi, Bob Eagles, Dennis Little. Third Row: Tony Constantine, Mark Hathaway, John Reoffler, Pat Morrissey, Bruce Campbell, Mike McDonald, Bill Regan, Wally Soper, Jay McGiliicuddy, Bob Nee; Coaches— Roger Dawe, John Downs. 33 1. HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT-and their escorts: Linda Levine, Jim Lindelof; Jeanne Killgoar. William Pechonis; Queen Mary Cachopa, Brian Klim; Marilyn Kwedor, James Mar- tignetti; Sandra Sammartino, Michael Kelley. 2. MAJORETTES-Fronf flow Co-Capt. Pam Bullard, Capt. Robin Vita, Co-Capt. Michelle Dion. Second Row: Sharon Roberts, Pat Ewing, Joanne Ralston, Marilyn Blest. Third Row: Joan Che- verie, Linda Cullen, Stephanie Polychrones, Laura Dostoomian, Linda Doherty. 34 I 36 37 VARSITY HOCKEY— Fronf Row: D. Voipe, D. Coffey, D. Andrews, J. Bucaria, P. Passanisi, S. Austin, T McShea, M. Cav- anaugh. Back Row: Coach J. Gormley, J. Gaffney, S. King, B. Perry, J. Robichau, R. Doherty, D. Mark, T. Hathaway, B. Murphy, R. Dunn, A. Dijak, G. Ducott, G. Boo, A. Prisco. JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY-Fronf Row: S. Wahl, M. Rocci, P. Byron, T. Doherty, B. McLellan, M. LaCerte. T. Pappas, R. Day, A. Ceven. Back Row: D. Krul, D. Blanchard, K. Walton, D. McCarter, P. Hunkeler, D. Ostis, J. Cowgill, E. Ivaldi, E. O ' Donnell, P. Cerri, B. Corry, S. McCloud, J. Twoomey, H. Moore. FRESHMAN HOCKEY-Fronf Row: E. Finn, R. Hill, P. Jay, 8. Kershaw, C. Cohen, E. Kilday, J. Carter, B. Kezer. M. Ju- levitch; Back Row: K. Eardley, L. Gerbick, P. Goodwin, E. Callanan, E. Handley, P. Peterson, G. Cavanaugh, T. DePalma. B. Day, J. Lucier. 38 WINTER SPORTS VARSITY BASKETBALL-Fronf Row: B. Powell, G. Russell, B. Robertson, J. Lindelof, A. Cal- dwell. Back Row: M. Abramowicz, J. Dennison, C. Leonard, C. James, B. Driscoll, R. McCormick, P. Abramowicz, Coach D. Edmonston. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-Fronf Row: B. Bucklin, D. Nelson, B. Curley, D. Harju, V. Smith, N. Hochmuth. Back Row: A. Palmer, K. McCarthy, D. Thompson, B. King, B. Mclnnes, B. Trotta. (Not present: Coach W. Bucklin) FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Fron Row: M. Thomas, R. McPherson, N. Hunt, R. Fitzpatrick, K. Doody, Coach S. McDermott. Second Row: R. Nee, C. Bannon, M. Connolly, P. Leonard, R. Keen. Third Row: D. Giroux, T. Laurie, S. Lyies. 39 WINTER 4. VARSITY WRESTLING-Fronf Row: J. Zawalich, S. McHugh, K. Connolly (co-captain), T. Eastman (co-captain), G. Price, J. Atkinson, M. Doherty. Back Row: D. Ratcliff, R. White, S. Avelino, J. Longergan, P. Rogers, R. Gilpatrick, R. Schubarth, Coach Woodruff. 5. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING-Fronf Row: K. Kosinski, P. Mor- rissey, J. RIva, K. Golder, B. McNeil, H. MacFaun, G. Illacqua. Back Row: D. RIst, T. Cheverie, J. Birtwistle, D. Scully, B. O ' Donnell, W. Bo- gosian, J. Sano, G. Fletcher, (not present: Cdach Dawe). 6. GYMNASTICS— Fronf Row: J. McSweeney, J. Brown, C. Blatt, C. De- Vito, M. Mears. K. Case, B. Lentell, M. Apostle. Back Row: Coach Shue, J. Colman, J. Peterson, P. Taglieri, J. Gaffney, P. MacDonald, P. Colbert. 40 1. WINTER THACK-Front Row: R. DePina, J. Washburn, B. Tosca, R. Hopkins, G. Audlee, A. DiStefano, J. Jardin, J. Joseph, M. Lonergan. Back Row: Assistant Coach Bernier, T. Wason, D. Soper, F. DePina, H. Crawford, P. Canavan, E. Rodrigues, R. Day, J. LaFlamme, J. McAudle, N. McGrail, R. Hudson, D. Colp, (not present: Head Coach Green). 2. GIRLS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL-F rsf Row: J. Ralston, J. Johnson, M. Cotter, S. Teed, D. Carrara, Coach Leary. Second Row: J. McPherson, J. Bickford, C. Lynch, C. Conly, S. Tropea. Third Row: J. Courteau, S. Dmhowski, M. King, J. McCarthy, J. Staula. 3. GIRLS ' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-F rsf Row. A. White, J. Va- lenti, J. Valenti, C. Baptista, J. Staula. Second Row: Coach Ferullo, L. Gallagher, B. Faunce, L. Circeo. Third Row: C. Wessling, W. Jackman. Track-talk . . . Something new for SHS . . . " There ' s snow on the track, Coach! " . . . " You ' ve got to work to be a winner, son " . . . " Who are those nuts running in this weather? " . . . " Put down the snow and keep running " . . . Coaches Green and Bernier . . . the Franklin field house . . . " Runners take your marks! " . . . running away with victory . . . " Go! " Something for ourselves . . . 43 A little rue, a little sway, A Sunbeam in a winter ' s day Is all the proud and mighty have Between the cradle and the grave —John Dyer The SENIOR CLASS of STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL " Presents THE MATCHMAKER by Thornton Wilder The Company (In order of appearance) Horace Vandergelder Mr. R. Atkinson Ambrose Mr. K. Gay Joe Mr. G. Ellis Gertrude Miss D. Medeiros Cornelius Mr. R. Chait Ermengarde Miss S. Arrigo Malachi Stack Mr. J. Medeiros Mrs. Levi Miss L. Olson Barnaby Mr. J. Rusilko Mrs. Molloy Miss L. Fraser Minnie Miss J. Donoghue Rudolph Mr. R. Soper Cabman Mr. T. Clancy August Mr. K. Nobil Miss Van Heusen Miss S. Laub Cook Miss C. Spiegel 47 1 CLASS OF 1974 1. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bruce Bucklin, Vice-President; Brett Maclnness, Treasurer; Mary Galanis, Secretary; Ken Golder, President. 2. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Mr. Erickson, Advisor. 48 51 54 " . . . they laughed one bar in three-four time. " — F. Scott Fitzgerald " Silence, " booms Mr. LeGrow at his unruly pro- teges. Rehearsal skippers, too, incur his wrath. But Mr. Legrow has his peaceful side, too. Some of his hope lies with the seniors: " I think they will do their best to accomplish their goals. " 59 60 " To fill the hour— that is happiness " 62 63 1. MR. NESSAR 4. MR. FINN 2. MR. WALSH 5. MR. S. McDERMOTT 3. MR. TARDANICO 6. MR. LeCLAIRE Director, Industrial Arts 7. MR. SPACK 67 ii Falstaff: " What is honour. A word. What is that word honour? Air, a trim reckoning! Who hath it? He that died of Wednesday. Doth he feel it? No. Doth he hear it? No. Is it insensible then? Yea, to the dead. But will it not living with the living? No. Why? De- traction will not suffer it. Therefore I ' ll none of it. Honour is a mere scutch- eon; and so ends my catchism. " (first part of King Henry IV) Keith Nobil presides over meeting of the National Honor Society. NATIONAL r HONOR SOCIETY -, 4. I NHS Students prepare Christmas baskets. 68 HONORS BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER OF TOMOR- ROW-Susan Laub DECA— winners Debbie Landolfi and Debbie Cadell with Dr. Sperandio GLOBE SCHOLASTIC ART AWARD WINNERS-Marta Johnson; Bernie Cullen; Jim Brauders; Jane Morris (Gold Key); Cathy-Ann Zawaski; Kathy Maker 4. DAR GOOD CITIZEN— Jean Donoghue 5. BOYS AND GIRLS STATE-eottom. D. Medeiros, R. Chait, K. Kelly, K. Connolly, J. Atkinson, B. Duffey. Middle: D. Carrara, J. Morris, L. Fraser, 8. Laub. Top: J. Donaghue. 6. NATIONAL MERIT-Greg Ellis; Leslie Fraser; Deb Me- deiros (finalist); Jane Morris; Linda MacKeen; Sue Laub (finalist). 69 If change must come from with- in, then the Student Council has been the school ' s major in- stigator of change. Smoking privileges, soup and sandwiches, and cocoa and donuts have all resulted from Student Council in- tervention with the proper au- thorities. STUDENT COUNCIL AFRO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE-V. Hamm, A. Glover, D. Holmes, N. White, J. Westbrook, J. Little, L. Holmes, W. Haywood. S. Beshansky, L. Cuilen, L. Doherty, J. Cheverie, D. Powers, C. Gushing, B. Gair, L. Grady, J. Duffy, L. Fraser, M. O Neil, R. Hopkins, J. Morrill, B. Duf- fy, D. Cararra, J. Donoghue (president), C. Baptista, D. Dullas, T. Laurie, C. Devito, J. Gaffney, B. Cuilen, D. Holmes, C. Wessling. (Not present - Mr. Sarno, advisor) 70 1. VARSITY: G. Ellis, G. Kaminskis, K. Berkley, P. Tamul. 2. NOVICE: G. Stern, S. Hill, S. Livingstone, C. Manson, V. Haywood. f I In woods where many rivers run among the unbent hills and fields of our childhood where ricks and rainbows mix in memory although our ' fields ' were streets I see again those myriad mornings rise when every living thing cast its shadow in eternity — L.Ferlinghetti Hoop-talk round the rim ... six lines . . . sprints . . . " Let ' s go, lay-up drill " . . . two on two . . . " Don ' t let the ball hit the floor! " . . . " Everybody hustles " . . . " Go up and 1 " Patience is a virtue, " quotes Miss Mac, as she tries to keep her temper at a simmer. Nonethe- less, the school thinks she ' s fantastic for trying to instill some spirit into its wilted enthusiasm: " Go out in the world and live! " To seniors, if it ' s any compensation, Miss Lich- tel says, " I like ' em, I guess. I like ' em better than last year ' s. " HOME ECONOMICS 78 1 . MISS MaclNTYRE (Director) 2. MISS LICHTEL 3. MISS DRISCOLL 4. MRS. HARVEY 5. MISS BOREN Although she terms herself as relaxed, Mrs. Harvey con- stantly runs around her home ec room, picking up scissors and other misplaced para- phernalia. Miss Driscoll is at odds with two ag- gravations: people who don ' t do dish- es and the Hate to Cook Book. She can be heard shouting, " Girls! Girls! " as she desperately (but patiently) tries to convert home-wreckers into home- ecchers in three easy lessons. Not many of life ' s realities re- pulse Miss Boren any more than sloppy people and messy home-ec labs. She ' s a quiet person who sets an example for her students to follow, while ejecting an occassional " Keep quiet! " for emphasis. 82 1. FRIENDLIEST: Mary Cachopa and Brian Moriaty 2. MOST ATHLETIC: Denise Carrara and Bruce Powell 3. MOST MISCHIEVOUS; Rose McSweeny and Mike Doherty 4. MOST FLIRTATIOUS: Diane Frazier and Gary Russell 5. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Linda Levine and Brian Duffy 6. MOST POPULAR: Mai Kwedor and Kevin Kelly 7. BEST LOOKING: Anne Hall and Bob Tosca 8. BEST DRESSED: Ann Bannon and Bernie Brady 9. MOST WITTY: Jeanne Kilgoar (not present) and Kenny LaVoie 10. CUTEST: Sandy Cabral and Kevin Abramson 86 with his family. ART 1. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS: Won by Class of 1974 with " Once Upon a Playground " 2. ALL-SCHOOL MUSICAL- " Damn Yankees " 3. DAMN YANKEES-Rich Cameron, Kathy Berkley, Ken Gay 4. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS: Individual awards won by Sue Arrigo, Liz Schillinger, Maureen Murphy, Rich Soper, Cheryl Manson, Greg Ellis, Debbie Per- kins, Jim Rusiiko, Jan Sweeney, Kathy Sidebottom 5. SHS CHAPTER, National Thespian Society 6. " THE LOTTERY " 7. " INFANCY " — Drama Festival winner 8. EXPERIMENTAL THEATER- " Story Hour " 1. FRESHMEN OFFICERS: Seated: Kim Leblanc, President; Gail Piatkowski, Secretat7; Miss Driscoll, Class Advisor. Standing: Sue Killgoar, Treasurer; Che- ryl Ferante, Vice-President. 2. FRESHMEN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 90 1 6. CAESAR BERRIUS " summum pegma " 7. MADEMOISELLE LAVALLEE (Directeur) " Qui manque aujourd ' hui? " 8. MONSIEUR LAVELLE " toi-oaf " 9. SENORITA FERRULO " Pongan sus tareas. " LANGUAGE MODERN FOREIGN LAN- GUAGE CLUB: Front Row: S. Ardizonni, C. Mason, J. Cur- ry, A. Montgomery. Back Row: Frau CacchiottI, R. Colgan, J. Spicely, M. Flana- gan, M. Carnley, A. Curren, C. Wessling. JUNIOR PROM MAY 8, 1971 Our Prom . . . building the Gazebo . . . Mr. Reis . . . mal ing paper flowers all afternoon . . . beautiful gowns . . . the Grand March . . . The Four Galaxies . . . Queen Anne Hall . . . The Court . . . Cathy Za- waski, Dawn Dal y, Terry Murray, Kim Mead, Sandy Sammartino . . . " Can you dance? " . . . 1 1. PUBLICATIONS BOARD: Leslie Fraser, Editor-in-Chief, Stotonian: Leslie Hanna, Coordinating Editor, Mainstreams: Donna Parandes, Co-ordinating Editor, Main- streams; Nancy Connolly, Coordinator, Sports Bureau: Mr. Tapper, Advisor, Stu- dent Publications; Melanie Cordeiro, Lit- erary Editor, SHS Knight: JoAnn Cerri, Feature Editor, SHS Knight: Gena Tava- nese, News Editor, SHS Knight: Seth Liv- ingstone, Sports Editor. 2. SPORTS BUREAU: Harley Ostis, Ken Wal- ton, Chris Lynch, Nancy Connolly, Carol Wessling, Seth Livingstone, Rich MacK- een, Paul Tamul, Donna Coffey. 3. MAINSTREAMS READING BOARD: Seated, Bob Spencer, Jan Whittaker, Nancy Connolly, Deborah Fratus, Mary Jane Canavan, Liz Schillinger, Neil Cro- nin, Mary Baumstalk; Standing, Leslie Hanna, Donna Parandes, Co-ordinating Editors; Mr, Tapper, advisor. 1 JOURNALISM 100 104 105 107 109 1. BUSINESS STAFF 2. STOTONIAN MANAGEMENT BOARD-Front Row; T. Clancy, Activities Editor; C. Joseph, Business Manager; S. Brien, Layout Editor; L. Levine, Senior Editor; L. Mackeen, Class Editor; J. Morris, Art Editor; Mr. Tapper, Literary Advisor; Mr. Erickson, Business Advisor. Rear Row: R. Hopkins, Business Manager; C. Spiegel, Ad Manager; D. Carrara, Girls Sports Editor; R. Canavan, Academics Editor; L. Eraser, Editor-in- Chief (Not Present: K. Kelly, Boys Sports Editor.) STOTONIAN 3. LITERARY STAFF 4. ADVERTISING STAFF 5. ADVERTISING MANAGER-Dave Morris. 111 SCOREBOARD Varsity Football Stoughton Opponent 29 Mansfield 6 6 Oliver Ames 7 14 North Attleboro 8 21 Sharon 0 0 Foxboro 12 13 Somerset 25 39 King Philip 6 14 Franklin 20 6 Canton 18 League Record 4-4-0 Cross Country Stoughton Opponent 24 Thayer 32 31 Canton 24 33 No. Attletwro 24 19 Franklin 50 38 Oliver Ames 21 31 Sharon 25 15 Foxboro 50 33 King Philip 22 19 Silver Lake 44 Varsity; Won 4, Lost 5 Junior Varsity: Won 7, Lost 0, League champs Varsity Basketball Stoughton Opponent 85 Cardinal Spellman 70 55 Canton 64 77 Cardinal Spellman 54 78 King Philip 53 90 Franklin 51 37 Oliver Ames 38 59 Foxboro 41 83 Mansfield 47 56 Sharon 68 71 North Attleboro 64 63 Canton 57 73 King Philip 54 68 Franklin 46 69 Oliver Ames 52 85 Foxboro 42 59 Mansfield 48 52 Sharon 56 53 North Attleboro 59 League Record 11-5 Overall 13-5 State Tournament Stoughton 51, Archbishop Will ams 55 Girls JV Basketball Stoughton Opponent 10 Walpole 18 13 Braintree 25 18 Weymouth 6 7 Hanover 16 32 Franklin 15 13 Oliver Ames 14 17 Foxboro 22 30 Mansfield 9 27 Sharon 10 15 North Attleboro 10 22 Canton 16 20 King Philip 18 17 Franklin 13 19 Oliver Ames 18 20 Foxboro 21 JV Football Stoughton Opponent 16 Mansfield 6 0 Oliver Ames 6 8 North Attleboro 14 14 Sharon 8 18 King Philip 0 14 Franklin 0 6 Canton 0 Season Record 4-3-0 Varsity Field Hockey Stoughton 1 Sharon 1 6 North Attleboro 0 0 King Philip 2 0 Foxboro 1 1 Oliver Ames 8 2 Mansfield 2 1 Franklin 3 1 Canton 0 Season Record 2-4-2 JV Basketball Stoughton Opponent 58 Cardinal Spellman 27 61 Canton 32 65 Cardinal Spellman 47 55 King Philip 45 54 Franklin 35 42 Oliver Ames 38 53 Foxboro 36 77 Mansfield 46 27 Sharon 35 36 North Attleboro 37 45 Canton 37 55 King Philip 44 47 Franklin 33 48 Oliver Ames 53 60 Foxboro 47 45 Mansfield 42 61 Sharon 47 45 North Attleboro 40 Season Record 15-3-0 Freshman Basketball— Won 2, Lost 12 Varsity Ice Hockey Stoughton Opponent 5 Millis 0 5 Blue Hills 0 5 Dover Sherbon 3 6 Oliver Ames 0 5 South Shore Reg Voc 1 10 Southeastern Reg Voc 0 6 Franklin 1 1 King Philip 2 1 Canton 1 11 Millis 0 2 Blue Hills 3 5 Dover Sherbon 1 5 Oliver Ames 1 5 South Shore Reg Voc 1 5 Southeastern Reg Voc 1 2 King Philip 1 5 Franklin 1 2 Canton 5 Record 14-3-1 State Tournament Stoughton 2, Wayland 10 Freshman Football Stoughton Opponent 14 Mansfield 18 6 Oliver Ames 8 14 North Attleboro 22 12 Sharon 8 6 Foxboro 26 0 King Philip 18 0 Franklin 38 8 Canton 24 Season Record 1-7-0 JV Field Hockey Stoughton Opponent 0 Sharon 0 6 North Attleboro 1 0 Oliver Ames 3 0 King Philip 0 0 Mansfield 1 0 Foxboro 2 0 Canton 1 0 Franklin 2 Season Record 1-5-2 Girls Varsity Basketball Stoughton Opponent 39 Walpole 32 37 Braintree 20 51 Weymouth 34 33 Hanover 50 50 Franklin 38 29 Oliver Ames 40 59 Foxboro 44 53 Mansfield 25 41 Sharon 43 62 North Attleboro 45 38 Canton 33 30 King Philip 42 32 Franklin 26 43 Oliver Ames 52 45 Foxboro 54 Varsity Wrestling Stoughton Opponent 51 Lincoln Sudbury 9 50 Duxbury 6 30 Foxboro 25 20 Brockton 30 39 Franklin 12 18 Weymouth North 30 17 Norwood 26 27 Newton North 24 6 Newton South 42 33 Natick 23 21 Scituate 24 27 Milford 12 Record: 7-5-0 Indoor Track Stoughton Opponent 37 Canton 49 39 Franklin 47 44 Oliver Ames 42 70 ' ; Mansfield i5y2 49 Foxboro 36 Record 3-2-0 Third in League (Dual Meets) Hockomock League Meet— Third Place Gymnastics Stoughton Opponent 31.20 Weymouth North 58 80 29.15 North Quincy 42 40 33.50 Quincy 47 15 33.65 King Philip 4960 44.9 Bridgewater Raynham 41 05 36 35 Weymouth South 64 80 Record: 1-5-0 112 " Echo I, the Pollution and Ecology Club, was started by a group of students concerned with the quality of our environment, which is being dangerously imperilled. If nothing is done of significance now, our generation will not have the freedom to lead a very productive and satisfying life; we will be de- nied the freedom to breathe clean aid and drink clean water and eat pure foods, which were always thought to be the natural birthrights of every hu- man being. " —Richard Soper, president 114 115 117 118 " Trusty, dusky, vivid and true . . -Stevenson 1. MRS. VOGEL (School Nurse) 2. CUSTODIANS 3. HOT LUNCH PERSONNEL 2 5 4. MRS. MURIEL CROWLEY 5. MISS JEANNE FLEMING 6. MISS JOAN CORRADO 7. MRS. GRACE ANDERSON 8. MRS. SHIRLEY DOLLOFF 9. MISS MARY LACIVITA 10. JOHN MURRAY (Administrative Assistant to Supt. for Elementary Ed., Director of Reading) 11. MRS. HELEN DAWE 12. MRS. MARIAN LARSON 13. MRS. JOAN LOTHRUP OUR STAFF OF LIFE 119 SENIOR CLASS OFTICERS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE First Row: Cathy Zawaski, Secretary; Dawn Daly, Vice-Presi- dent; Mrs. Terry Murray, Advisor. Second Row: Brian Moriarty, Treasurer; Mr. Joseph McDonald, Advisor; Kevin Kelly, Presi- dent. 120 121 KEVIN G. ABRAMSON " Abe " . . . small, quiet, serious . . . " Most definitely " . . . found at Al ' s with Doco and Jay . . . pet peeve-6 11 71 . . . " Who has the tool? " . . . varsity hockey with Mr. Snyder . . . " I ' d Love to Change the World " . . . wants the drink- ing age lowered . . . W.W. ' s shop ... a future in Graphic Arts . . . DONNA M. ABRIL Fun-loving, happy, smiling . . . chocolate chip ice cream . . . football games . . . Span- ish ... " Don ' t Let the Sun Catch You Crying " ... pet peeve— people who never smile . . . " Oh really!! " . . . Junior Class Dance . . . Summer of ' 71 ... Junior Prom . . . Sketti Supper . . . to be a nurse . . . HANNES A. ALHOLM McDonald ' s . . . pet peeve— incompetent people who expect respect . . . " Hang it up " . . . enjoyment ... to be a success . . . wish- es everyone could be happy . . . " Discipline? A farce! " . . . LINDA C. ALVES " Lin " . . . happy, adventurous, restless . . . " Be happy " . . . Cambridge Com- mon . . . pet peeve— unlisted telephone numbers ... a change of scenery . . . summer of ' 71 ... feeding Rory Rac- coon on Blue Hills . . . remembers Al- gebra I, sitting behind Adrienne ... to thumb across country and in Europe ETHAN ALLEN " Many generations have fought for many different things. Progress is always good, for only through prog- ress can man ' s character survive. Progress created competition, which turned brotherhood to greed, and love into Hades, for most . . . but not for many young, today, who seek to once again bring brotherhood and love back to this earth. " MARY E. AMBROSE Sensitive and fun-loving . . . long eye- lashes and smiles . . . beach . . . pet peeve— indifference . . . " Don ' t sur- round yourself with yourself! " . . . col- lege . . . memories of " listen up " at executive meetings and Mr. Hart play- ing catch with himself . . . WILLIAM A. ALLEN sheca metom ewith opena rms andwe leav etoge therh anda ndhan d. wegot tomov eon no tfade away, weare onlyj ustgr owing alit tieea chday. bybil lalle n andst evest ills 122 MARK D. ANDREWS " Lip " . . . tall, dark, and edible . . . " Most definitely " . . . found with Diane ... pet peeve— whips . . . " Who ' s got the tool? " ... 1971 An- tics . . . vacationing in school with Abe . . . W.W. shop . . . " Southern Man " ... to be President . . . WALTER ANDRUCHOW " Wally " . . . serious, happy, and cares for others . . . " Before you treat yourself as trash, look at the good side of yourself " . . . Music room— E204 . . . skinning a cat in Physiology . . . " It bet- ter end soon. " ... to be an officer in the Navy . . . would like to enjoy life . . . eternal peace . . . will always re- member the band and Mr. LeGrow . . . " It ' s a great school. " . . . LUCINDA T. ANTINARELLI " Cindy " . . . free and unpredictable . . . " It ' s his life, let him live it as he pleases. " . . . pet peeve— freshmen who are too overactive . . . Plymouth ... to get married and own a Road Runner . . . wishes for peace and a stop to pollution . . . remembers her freshman year . . . SUSAN J. ARDIZZONI " Sue " . . . involved and busy . . . " Guess what? " . . . school ... pet peeve— teachers ... to major in Math . . . hopes to find peace . . . wishes that people would change for the bet- ter ... " This school is great— great buildings, teachers, system, and great kids " . . . 123 JOHN F. ATKINSON " Atky " . . . quiet, easy to get along with . . . " Say kid " . . . Mr. Columbo ' s English class ... pet peeve— English teachers ... to go to college . . . ROGER W. ARNOTT " Ramjet " . . . " Punking out " . . . found on Brickel Road ... pet peeve— Fords . . . " Aqualung " . . . RICHARD E. ATKINSON " Pick " . . . " Leftover Wine " . . . remembers those trips to the loading platform . . . WBCN . . . Neil Young and Joan Baez ... the elevator . . . can be found in E205 . . . SUSAN G. ARRIGO " Sue " . . . happy, active, short . . . top lockers . . . " If you don ' t know what you ' re doing, don ' t! " . . . black eye from J R. ... Mr. Stott ' s paisley pants . . . " Superstar " ... to be a medical secretary . . . KAREN P. ATWOOD Friendly, understanding, sin- cere . . . " What ' s happen- ing? " . . . found with Marty . . . pet peeve— white socks and crew cuts . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . moustaches . . . wants to make others happy and be happy herself . . . Junior year in A4th base- ment . . . hopes to visit Af- rica someday. . . . GERALD A. AUDLEE " Gerry " . . . athletic, friendly, crazy . . . Barb ' s house . . . " Spit on it " ... the Junior Prom ... " I can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . make others happy ... to be an electrician . . . 124 CHERYL A. BADEAU " Cher " . . . friendly and good-humored . . . " Hey, what ' s happening? " . . . pet peeve— people who think they ' re cool . . . " You are because I am, I am because you are, love is because we are " ... to be a nurse and see the world . . . ARLENE K. AUSTIN Beautiful, sexy, modest . . . ' Over here " . . . the drug store . . . Mrs. Wed- dleton . . . blue uniforms . . . " To Thine own self be true. " ... a future in the airlines . . . fond memories of Jude, peanuts, and nutzels ... to be happy ANN M. BANNON Fun-loving, crazy, carefree . . . " Poor thing " . . . the fence with B, J, D, R, O, and T. . . . waiting . . . peace and happiness for everyone . . . to be a secretary and to trav- el .. . wants to be happy . . . STEPHEN E. AUSTIN " Steve " . . . mischievous, dapper, dashing . . . " Aw c ' mon now " . . . found in B304 . . . pet peeve— old ladies In hot pants . . . memory of SHS on the last day . . . " Won ' t Get Fooled Again " . . . football games ... to go to college . . . JoANN BARLEY " Jo " . . . talkative, crazy, re- served . . . " Get outta here " . . . " G.B. " ... a future medi- cal assistant ... to become friends with someone . . . wishes for world peace and a whole lot of love ... re- members summer of ' 71, a certain Friday night and the Sketti Supper . . . Mr. Ed . . . LAWRENCE J. BARTLETT " Larry " per? " . tant . . . dians . peace . cessful . . . " What ' s for sup- . to be an accoun- pet peeve — Cana- . football games . . . . . hopes to be suc- TERESA M. BATTE " Terry " . . . happy, crazy and always laughing . . . " I ' m sure " ... certain parties . . . summers of ' 70 and ' 71 ... " Beginnings " . . . football games with Deed . . . would like to go back to Arizona ... to live and be happy . . . 125 DIANNE BEAN " Di " . . . quiet and petite ... " I don ' t know or I don ' t care. " . . . VW bus . . . top lockers . . . Kenny and the Junior Prom ... to visit Hawaii, be happy, and some day get married . . . " To each his own. " . . . BEVERLY R. BERMAN " Bev " . . . moody, sensitive, friendly, quiet . . . " Alright, already! " . . . Con- necticut . . . pet peeve— plastic people . . . running around track while read- ing out of a Spanish book . . . would like to see people living together in peace and harmony throughout the world . . . JEAN T. BICKFORD " Bic " . . . independent, for getful, unpredictable . . long basketball practices . . summers down the Cape . . pet peeve— the Tank . . " Here Comes the Sun " . . wants to care and live, not merely exist ... a future medical secretary . . . BARBARA A. BISHOP " Barb " . . . " Oh yeah? " . . . freshmen, white socks, and spiders . . . most treasured possession — Steve M. . . . " Make Me Smile " . . . memo- ries of Senior Reception ' 71 and the worms in D.A. ' s locker ... to be a medical assistant and get married . . . DIANE E. BISHOP " Dee Dee " . . . funny, friend- ly and a smile for everyone . . . " Aw, come on " . . . where the friends are . . . love and understanding . . . sincere people . . . Aug. 31 . . . football games with " Bat- man " . . . cemeteries . . . Kentucky with Bren . . . Ca- boopski . . . moon-shadows . . sunshine ... her friends ... to make people happy HENRY L BJORNSON " Poised between two civ- ilizations . . . I ' m tired of hanging in the middle way— but where can I go? " 126 ROBERT E. BLANCHARD " Bob " . . . mischievous . . . " Right on " ... pet peeve— teachers ... to travel . . . become rich . . . change the school ... a certain 10th grade English teacher . . . " Shaft " . . . SUSAN A. BOBIGAN " Booby " . . . talkative moody, and a real klutz . . " Eyalright " ... a field on the edge of the Saco River , " Friendship can turn to love but how sad the love that turns to friendship. " CHERYL S. BLOTCHER " Cher " . . . friendly, crazy, happy . . . " Wicked good " . . . pet peeve— S.L.C.W.L. . . . found at Nan- tasket . . . " With all beings and all things we shall be as relatives. " . . . wish for peace . . . remembers falling down stairs with six books ... to be- come a dental hygienist . . . ROBERT G. BONARRIGO " Boob " . . . cool, calm, and collected . . . " No way " . . . honor studies . . . " We Don ' t Get Fooled Again " . . . school lunches ... to be a cop or draftsman . . . ROBERT BOUSHELL " Bob " . . . friendly . . . best described by the Cape . . . " You can say I want to be free, I can say some day I will be " ... remembers get- ting suspended the second day of school ... a certain girl in Mansfield . . . hated losing the Stoughton-Canton game . . . hopes to ski in Switzerland . . . THOMAS D. BOWKER " Tom " . . . challenging, bois- terous . . . " peg leg " . . . New Hampshire . . . " The eyes of the world are upon us. " . . . would like to give everyone money to go to school . . . Mrs. Cacchiotti ' s German class . . . " Crystal Blue Persuasion " ... to be- come a lawyer . . . TIMOTHY D. BOWKER " Tim " . . . friendly . . . " Oh great " . . . teachers that don ' t know what they ' re talk- ing about . . . BPM . . " Close to You " ... to be a teacher . . . 127 JOSEPH S. BOYCE " Joe Broads " . . . tall, dark, and hand- some . . . " Come off it " . . . M.H. ' s house ... pet peeve— science home- work . . . to t)e wealthy . . . remembers mad chase from A.P. . . . glad to get out . . . JAMES E. BRAWDERS " Jim " . . . quiet, moody, sincere . . . " You know " . . . Muddy Pond . . . school lunches . . . " Up the creek without a paddle " . . . wants to beat R.H. at tennis ... a peaceful existence . . . Miss Flangheddy ' s Algebra II class ... to go to school . . . BERNARD F. BRADY " Bernie " . . . " 38-24-36? " . . . " What an antic that would be! " ... a future in Graphic Arts ... to grow sideburns . . . " There is more to life than just ... " ... will never forget being President of the Hero Club ... Mr. Walsh ' s shop . . . be ng number one . . . playing the gui- tar .. . SUSAN E. BRIGGS " Procreation might be one of the bas- ic motivations of women, but it isn ' t all we have to offer. We do have minds, or haven ' t you noticed? Equal rights for all, especially women " . . . Sue would like to find a cure for apathy, and become real, in a real society . . . SUSAN R. BRIEN " For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refresh- ed. " -KAHLIL GIBRAN GARY B. BROOKS " Gary " . . . quiet, concerned, and con- fused . . . " really gross " . . . Blue Hills ... pet peeve— drugs ... to help kids who are afraid to face themselves and reality . . . rememtjers Mr. Erickson ' s history class . . . " Make It With You " ... to go to college . . . PAUL S. BROUSSEAU " Pablo " . . . tired and happy . . . " Good deal " ... pet peeve— women drivers . . . BPM . . . Dave Snyder and cross country . . . " 25 or 6 to 4 " . . . to go to college . . . 128 DOROTHY BRUNDIGE " Dor " . . . slightly crazy . . . Mrs. Mur- ray and Mr. Erickson . . . fond memo- ries of Daisy and the Yank . . . Sept. 25, 1967 . . . " Never My Love " . . . tur- quoise . . . found with B.F. and the Dog . . . dancing . . . insulting . . . scheming ... to become a million- airess . . . WALTER J. BURNIE " Jack " . . . feels SHS is a collection of small-minded people . . . Cape Cod . . . Plymouth and the " Camp " . . . " There is no sense in wishing for peace, because peace is relative to the individual, and each individual ' s conception of peace is different. " . . . to become something . . . DENNIS M. BURKE Found on Keith Terrace . . . pet peeve— 1964 Plymouths ... Mr. Hol- bert ' s chemistry class . . . " Maggie Mae " ... a career in aviation . . . JAMES D. BUCKLEY " Buck " . . . quiet, friendly, sincere . . . " Oh, really! " ... the " Great Pursuit " with R.G. . . . anything but everything . . . " Make It With You " . . . August 22, 1971 . . , G.M.H. . . . Bee Gees ... to be happy, successful, and very rich ... a future in the medical field . . . RHONDA S. BURNS " Rotna " . . . talkative, voluptuous, al- ways laughing . . . " Come on, will ya " . . . with Ernie or Patti . . . family living and boredom . . . " What you see is what you get " . . . Junior Proms . . . E.C.S. . . . janitors with walkie-talkies ... to graduate finally and be a secre- tary . . , KARL J. BUSCHENFELDT Tall, lazy, intelligent . . . " Are you kid- ding me? " . . . the gym . . . F.F. and M.A.C. . . . track meet with Oliver Ames . . . " Kentucky Woman " ... to leave Stoughton and go to school . . . 129 CINDY A. BUTTERWORTH " Rabbit " . . . funny, cute, lovable . . . " I ' ll do it tomorrow " ... in a ' 56 Ford . . . pet peeve— waiting for phone calls ... Mr. McLellan ' s class with Pattie, Linda, Nancy, and Robin . . . treasures the old times ... to be a dental assist- ant .. . CAROL A. CABRAL " A thing is not necessarily true be- cause a man dies for it. " SANDRA J. CABRAL " Sandy " . . . small, talkative, happy . . . " Ya know? " ... Mr. Ed ' s office . . . pet peeve— liars . . . " Ya win a few, ya lose a few. " . . . DOR . . . peace . . . lunches . . . found with R.M., L.C., S.B., L.C., and the girls ... to be hap- py .. . DEBRA A. CADDELL " Debb " . . . unpredictable . . . the sea . . . " If life holds love for me, let it be within the bounds of reality and not in a nightmare. " . . . remembers flying to Dallas with a 2Vz foot daisy and seven pounds of kidney beans. . . GARY E. BUTTERWORTH " Harry " . . . memories of Junior Prom . . . Mr. Chamberlain . . . school lunch- es .. . " Make Me Smile " . . . found with a certain girl . , . the Service . . . MARY E. CACHOPA " Eli " . . . tall, dark, handsome, and happy . . . memories of walks and talks with Sandi . . . " TERRIFIC " . . . wishes she could change 9 18 71 ... pet peeve— T. Women ... Eli hopes to help others and be happy forever . . . " Wah! " . . . ALAN S. CALDWELL Funny, friendly, happy . . . " Holy moly " . . . the gym . . . pet peeve — loud people . . . " Winning is all in the heart. " ... to attend college and get rich . . . treasures his class ring and li- cense . . , memories of dances, Spa- ghetti Supper, the Rock and B.M. ' s and D.P. ' s party . . . 130 DONNA J. CALIGUIRE " Yenko " . . . friendly, easygoing . . . " Git off me! " . . . waiting, A.G. and re- flection of J.G. ' s . . . Mountain Road . . . 522 . . . found with the gang . . . " Die " . . . " You ' ve Got a Friend " . . . blue . . . pillow ... to enjoy life and be happy . . . MARIA A. CAMARA " Tonia " . . . brunette, little, shy . . . ((06 tilhinho!)) . . . Azores . . . first day in school . . . " Your freedom ends where mine starts " . . . " Cai a neve " . . . " Stoughton High was my cultural home " . . . peace and respect among human beings ... to be a college stu- dent and have a happy marriage . . . KATHLEEN M. CALLAHAN " Kuf " . . . tall, stubborn . . . the Valley of the Jolly Green Giant . . . pet peeve— old linty Tootsie Pop Drops and soggy Oreos . . . " Never explain yourself, your friends don ' t need it and your enemies won ' t believe it. " . . . LINDA CAMPBELL " Soup " . . . tall, blonde, and hand- some . . . pet peeve— Mugley ... to stay beautiful (Wahl) . . . would like to change Sept. 18, 10:36 . . . past mem- ories of cootie and the cavalry ... to be a bubble dancer for M.K. . . . JAYNE L. CAMERON Friendly and happy . . . " Ya, right! " . . . " Love is never having to say you ' re sor- ry. " ... to work with kids . . . would like to make people happy in life ... re- members " Never Can Say Goodbye " . . . more teachers who care . . . ALAN R. CAMPBELL " Some are more strongly affected by the facts of life; others by the beauty of earth and sky. " MARYJANE L. CANAVAN " Where is the night luster? Past my trials. " -LAURA NYRO Sometimes it is best to say nothing. 131 ROSEANNE C. CANAVAN Capricorn . . . " But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep " . . . Bradford, cats in physi- ology, exchange concerts, and beautiful winter sunsets DENISE CARRARA " Little Guinea " . . . lovable, happy and always smiling . . . " Hoobies " . . . pet peeve— boring teachers . . . usually found in gym ... " To love and be loved " . . . wish- es the whole world happi- ness . . . remembers field hockey, Softball, and basket- ball . . . future Phys-Ed teacher . . . JANIS M. CARTER " Sarge " . . . easygoing, crazy, adventurous . . . " You budalart! " . . . treasures ted- dy bear and a certain black Chrysler . . . Stoughton Youth Center and Ames Pond . . . pet peeve— dishonesty . . . skipping in A4 basement with Debbie ... a future in social work . . . MICHAEL CAVANAUGH " The only time you mustn ' t fail is the last time you try. " RONALD L. CHAIT " Ron " ... a " BCN freak " . . . spastics unlimited . . . drama festivals . . . cast parties ... his own brand of humor . . . Sapir ' s Heroes . . . " Booga Booga. " . . . trapped in an elevator with 16 people . . . resides in E205 . . . drunk hat . . . treasures friendship ... to en- joy life at the college level . . . GEORGE P. CASH " G.P.C. " . . . friendly, playful, hard- working . . . " Watch out " ... a water- fall . . . " Sounds of Silence " . . . wres- tling, dances, teachers . . . pet peeve— " Milk and Austin " . . . " Be slow in choosing a friend and slower in deserting one. " ... to attend col- lege . . . HAROLD L CHANDLER III " Harry " . . . tall, quick, agile, quiet . . . " Geezus " . . . " He who hesitates is lost " . . . freshman basketball ... pet peeve— sprained ankles . . . wants to win the Hockomock Football Championship . . . wishes he could change the draft law . . . thinks class periods are too long . . . hopes to coach . . . SEBELL E. CHASE " Bone " . . . tall, noisy, talk- ative . . . " Oh Shout " . . . pet peeve— the office . . . B.P.S. . . . basketball games ... " A Thin Line between Love and Hate " . . . hopes for love and peace ... to major in Spe- cial Education . . . JOSEPH R. CLEARY " Joe " . . . dedicated to Stoughton High ... 3 days ' suspension . . . letting frogs out of Mr. Peirce ' s room ... fu- ture forest ranger . . . " Not bad " ... to own Roxies . . . TIMOTHY G. CLANCY " Honesty is a good thing, but it Is not profitable to its possessor unless it is kept under control. " DONALD G. COFFEY " Boomer " . . . " Hey, toots! " . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young . . . remembers Weirs Beach . . . " Love the One You ' re With " . . . hockey and Mr. Gormley ' s prime time practices . . . " In God We Trust " . . . wants to leap tall buildings In a single bound . . . DIANA L. CLARK " Diny " . . . funny, outgoing . . . " It was with who? " . . . parties . . . three wishes ... all the happiness for friends . . . stranded in Boston with CB, DM, and JG . . . " I Got You Babe " ... pet peeve— split ends . . . loves Pebbles and Dick on the Rock ... to go to col- lege . . . NORA A. COLE Friendly, outgoing . . . " Keep smiling! " . . . pet peeve— squeaky chalk ... New Hampshire . . . " Give to the world the besi you have and the best will come back to you " . . . satisfaction in her vocation . . . Mr. Same ' s Biology class and the Junior Dance ... to be a nurse . . . BRENDA Y. COLLIER " Little Bits " . . . young, black, and am- bitious . . . " Wow " ... in the Ijerry . . . bobby socks, sneakers, and gym . . . " Love Or Let Me Be Lonely " ... the rallies . . . " Friends by Day, Lovers by Night " ... to major in Theatrical Arts and to become an actress . . . JOHN COLETTI " Philosophers say that life must be understood backwards but they forget that it must be lived forward. " JEAN M. COMITA Quiet, friendly . . . " Okay? " . . . pet peeve— friends who really aren ' t . . . Mr. D ' s geo- metry class . . . F.T.A. . . . " Superstar " ... to be an elementary school teacher KEVIN J. CONNOLLY Tall, dark, and sarcastic . . . " She did what? " . . . football and wrestling . . . May 28, 1971 . . . K.K. screaming at people walking on the side- walk . . . " Freeze it and eat it " ... the S.S. . . . remem- bers N.M. ' s rug ... to go to college . . . SUSAN A. CONNOLLY " I do my thing and you do yours, I am not in this world to live up to your expectations and you are not in this world to live up to mine; I am I and you are you and if by chance we find each other it ' s beautiful. " LORENE M. CONSTANTINE " Rene " . . . found with the people she loves . . . pet peeve— people who are only involved with themselves . . . plans to teach and some day marry ... to live her life to the fullest extent, helping and loving others as she goes along . . . wishes love and happiness for all . . . Junior Prom and the day af- ter ... Oct. 23 and 24 . . . hermit ' s house . . . 134 MARILYN COPLEY " Mai " . . . sensitive, curious, constantly in thought ... a different place for every mood . . . pet peeve — Washington St. Station . . . " We speak of things that matter with words that must be said " . . . hopes to help as many people as possible In some way during her life- time ... to write a book . . . an unlimited Heaven . . . BRIAN P. CORCORAN " Cork " . . . loud, sneaky, sly ... pet peeve— flip tops that break . . . Tasmania . . . " Do Miami Knock Knock " ... to travel ... to make 21st birth- day ... a society without hate . . . treasures tie dyes DAWN M. COSTELLO " the little B. " . . . confused, qui et . . . phony people . . . photography . . . true happi- ness . . . more commu- nication ... " I Wanna Make It With You " . . . " Where there ' s a will, there ' s a way " JAMES P. COTTER " There ' s nothing left but a majestic memory " 135 JEANNE E. COURTEAU " That ' s unreal " . . . " Sun- shine " . . . hates being rush- ed .. . Cape beaches . . . Canada . . . speaking Italian in French class ... to bring someone happiness . . . NANCY M. CUGNO " Cug " . . . talkative, gullible, mischievous . . . " So what else is new? ' ' . . . pet peeve— getting up early and conceited people . . . Den- neno ' s . . . " What you see is what you get! " ... a future hair dresser . . . AMY L. CROSBY " Amus " . . . skinny, smiling, sensitive . . . " Are you kidding? " ... a cold bath . . . T.B. ' s " Hickles " . . . Waquoit Bay, South Cape Beach ... " It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. " . . . Junior Prom with N. . . . the imaginative lunches ... to be eternally happy ... BERNARD V. CULLEN Bernie is an honor student and plans to go to college to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. He is best de- scribed as studious and easygoing. Bernie values friendship highly, but dislikes people who act phony or fake, believing that people should be themselves. MARILOU CURLEY " Lou " . . . lovable, friendly, gullible, ... " I said " . . . Boofa cheese and breakfast parties with Marion at Cam- bodia . . . found with Dicky . . . J.C. and his athletic gang . . . pet peeve— trying to tell " Mac " a dirty joke . . . to be happy . . . JAYNE M. CURRY Happy, quiet, sensitive, . . . " You ' re kidding? " . . . smoky basements . . . " Today is the first day of the rest of your life " . . . peace between people . . . F.T.A. . . . Spaghetti Supper ... to travel and be happy . . . wants to teach the handi- capped . . . DAWN M. DALY Talkative, cute, popular . . . " Wicked " . . . L.S.P. New Hampshire ... to change 9 18 71 . . . Halloween ' 70 . . . 12 18 70 on B3rd . . . Junior Prom . . . purple . . . riding with Kim . . . zonk . . . Oscar ... to teach and make others happy . . . 136 LEANNE M. DeCOSTA " Love begins when another person ' s needs become more important than your own. " MAUREEN E. DeLUCA " Moe " . . . tall ative and helpful . . . " That ' s great " . . . gym classes ... ' 67 Ford . . . " I shall return " ... to travel . . . end all poverty . . . foot- ball games . . . class dances ... " I Love How You Love Me " ... to be a secretary RICHARD H. DEMPSEY " Rick " . . . quiet, funny . . . photography . . . Audrey . . . " Get out! " . . . shop with T.S.S. ... " 49 Bye Byes " . . . remembers a certain night in Wakefield N.H. ... to travel PAUL T. DENNISON Fantastic . . . pet peeve— cars . . . usually found on Boston Common . . . wants war to be ended . . . remembers Chemistry and getting smoking privi- leges . . . " Imagine " . . . plans to go to college and become a chemist . . . RUSSELL A. DEUTSCH " Rusty " . . . " Ah, come on! " . . . found at MacDonald ' s . . . " Doco has the Tool " . . . pet peeve— M M. bedchecks . . . remembers the Junior Prom ' 71 ... would like to do away with schools . . " Make Me Smile " ... a fu- ture in the Armed Forces . . . 137 They ' ll never find us in here I ROBERT L. DEVINE " I have thoroughly enjoyed my four years at Stoughton High. The school as a whole and the Class of ' 72 have great school spirit. Of all my subjects I particularly enjoyed my two years of French and my Electronics classes. As for my plans, I plan to go into either the electronics or aviation field. " RODERICK E. DILLMAN " Dudley " . . . independent minded . . . " Move on " . . . dislikes doing things he doesn ' t want to do . . . Nancy ' s house . . . " Go your own way, do your own thing. " . . . WSHS and staff . . . thinks E205 has the best students and teachers in the school . . . to go into the Navy . . . ALBERT N. DiSTEFANO " Nunz " . . . athletic, easygoing, . . . " Ya know what I mean? " . . . pet peeve— fatman squad . . . Brockton . . . " You only live once " . . . Champion- ship ... Mr. Bucklin . . . " Color My World " . . . sports ... to be free . . . BARBARA A. DIRUSSO " Barb " . . . quiet, friendly, sensitive . . . " I don ' t know " . . . found with Gerry . . . pet peeve— Indecision . . . Junior Prom ... to make a certain someone happy . . . love and peace in the world ... a future as a lab medical assistant DEBORAH V. DiSTEFANO " Debby " . . . friendly, loud, crazy . . . remembers skipping days and walking out . . . thinks the B.P.M. describes her . . . wishes to change Sept. 18 at 10:36 . . . found with the gang . . . 138 MICHELLE DMOHOWSKI " Shelly " . . . gullible . . . " Do if again just a little bit slower. " . . . being taken for granted . . . " If by chance we should find each other, it ' s beautiful. " 9 15 71 ... tap dancing . . . N.C MICHAEL J. DOHERTY " Doco " . . . small and mischievous . . . " What a horror show! " . . . Al ' s . . . pet peeve— loud people . . . " I ' ve been to the mountain top. " ... to be a printer . . . never to be a B.C. . . . remembers Mr. Walsh ' s print shop . . . would like to see a younger administration . . . KIM N. DOXTADER Confused but happy ... the park . . . people who gossip . . . R.C.M. . . . " Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. " . . . " Something " by Gay . . . would like to be a model . . . LAUREEN A. DOLLOFF " Reenie " . . . friendly, reliable, am- bitious ... " I mean " ... a certain beach . . . pet peeves— freckles and dimples . . . Physiology with Mr. Pierce . . . hopes for world peace ... to go to college and be happy . . . " Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself . . . . " JEAN C. DONOGHUE " Mouse " . . . short, gullible, bubbly . . . either talking or daydreaming . . . . . . prejudice and apathy . . . President of the Student Council . . . wishes that people would start caring about each other . . . Woman ' s Liberationist . . . EILEEN M. DOYLE " Gerbil " . . . tiny and quiet . . . " What? " . . . J.S. and Mountain Rd. ... pet peeve— perfection . . . Junior Dance, 1970 ... " Colour My World " ... to attend college and be happy . . . DIANE M. DRAGUNAS Quiet, cute gullible . . . " I ' m hungry, let ' s eat " . . . usually at Mark ' s house . . . " What you see is what you get! " . . . graduation . . . rememtjers playing cards In Honor Studies . . . leaves her brain to Biology ... to be a secretary and get married . . . 139 JUDITH A. DUGAN " Judy " . . . silly, happy, friendly . . . " Hi, guy! " . . . found in a blue Cutlass . . . pet peeves— L.S., R.M. and Mr. Gormley ' s beard . . . " Today is the first day of the rest of your life. " . . . wants to get John to let his hair grow . . . peace ... A building lockers . . . the Campus Shop ... to live a long and happy life . . . BRIAN F. DUFFY " Life is very simple: it merely consists in learning how to accept the impos- sible, how to do without the In- dispensable, how to endure the In- supportable. " STEVEN E. DWYER " Love is an irresistable desire to be ir- resistibly desired. " 4 TIMOTHY G. EASTMAN " Tim " . . . friendly, mischievous . . . " You probably didn ' t hear me. " . . . pet peeves— arguments and haircurs . . . Wellfleet, Cape Cod . . . " Magic Carpet Ride " . . . college bound . . . friends, wrestling, C.F. ... to enjoy life and be successful . . . ELAINE MARIE EARDLEY Friendly, sentimental, quiet ... re- members the Junior Prom . . . blue . . . treasures her friendship ring . . . wish- es for peace ... to be happy . . . HOWARD J. EBNER " Howie " . . . crazy, cool, and alright . . . fence at Jimmy ' s Market . . . pet peeve— certain teachers ' mannerisms . . . " Good Guys finish last. " . . . wants to make himself useful . . . wishes for a million more wishes to correct all the evils in the world . . . rememt)ers the smell in the DIOO ' s after a Physi- ology period . . . thinks the programs at S.H.S. are good, but the faculty could be improved upon . . . 140 GREGORY E. ELLIS " Eli " . . . gummi, spastic . . . Lumbago Drive at lunch . . . " Why don ' t you settle down with a nice Jewish girl? " . . . Drama . . . WBCN ' s elevator . . . Godot . . . scene shop . . . E205 . . . spastics unlimited . . . " Blue Bird " . . . " Tear down the walls! " ... to live comfortably in a big house in Vermont PATRICIA R. FAHEY " It is impossible to cheat life; there are no answers to the problems of life in the back of the book. " WENDY C. FATALO " Outgoing, talkative . . . " Really? " . . . Star Market . . . graduation . . . " We ' ve Only Just Begun " . . . wishes that youth would never change into what they are today ... to serve God and make her friends and family happy . . . MARY Z. FEENEY " Little Girl " . . . talkative, crazy, sensi- tive . . . grave digging at the cemetary . . . " You can be replaced by a little green jellybean " . . . cherishes her memories and her sanity . . . DEBRA FERRAGAMO " Bunny " . . . silly and happy . . . found with Kenny in a blue T-bird . . . Memo- ries of the Junior Prom . . . hopes to get married . . . treasures her ring, pil- low, and teddy bear ... to be a book- keeper . . . BRENDA J. FERNALD " Yaka " . . . crazy, friendly, fun-loving . . . " No problem " ... at the fence with A, J, B, O, D, R . . . " Y.H.O. " . . . plans to travel and be happy . . . wishes for peace and sincerity . . . memories of History and Problems with Mr. Ed ... a trip to Kentucky . . . Skiing in N.H. . . . summer of ' 71 and a certain friend . . . MICHAEL A. FICHERA " Mike " ... " I don ' t think so. " . . . ' I ' s . . . ranked by D.N. . . . the A building . . . gain some weight . . . Junior Prom . . . thinks the school needs improve- ment . . . " Stoughton heavy " . . . would like to travel . . . 141 WILLIAM F. FOLEY " Love has the power of mak- ing you believe what you would normally treat with the deepest suspicion. " GAIL F. FOSTER " The salvation of the world depends on the men whose laughter destroys the fool in- stead of encouraging him. " 142 STEVEN C. FRENCH " Life seems to be divided into two periods: in the first we indulge, in the second we preach. " CECILIA E. FRIEND " Ceci " . . . petite, quiet . . . " Right " . . . gym class and spiders . . . Nauset Beach with Tiger ... to be happy . . . wishes everyone could live in peace . . . Junior Prom . . . " The Aqualung Al- bum " ... to work . . . JUDITH E. FULLERTON " Judi " . . . quiet, laughing . . . " Right! " . . . waiting and G.G. . . . found at Gllly ' s with K and M . . . " Superstar " . . . Sketti Supper ... to study law and be happy . . . DONNA M. GARGIULO " Gaucho " . . . loud, cheerful, active . . . " Get off my back " . . . office bench . . . pet peeve— two-faced people . . . " BoCo Lum Toey " . . . war ... to be successful . . . the library bubbler . . . Junior year . . . fourth floor girls ' room . . . " Shotgun " ... or- ange . . . dedicates her freshman year to Mr. Pe- nardi ... to be happy . . . RICHARD C. GAIBL " Rich " . . . leaves Stoughton High with fond memories of students and faculty, with hopes for a passionate, ex- citing, and comfortable life . . . but first must face col- lege . . . " Imagine " . . . likes honesty and openness . . . dislikes inconsiderate people GARY S. GALBO Gary wants to be happy and success- ful, but most of all, he wants to love and be loved. ... " I just wish the school was a little less dehumanizing and that the students had a little more freedom once they prove themselves worthy of it. " 143 PAULA M. GAUDET Bubby, friendly . . . the lunch room . . . theme from " Love Story " . . . Cape Cod . . . cheeseburgers . . . " There is no wrong side or right side, no misery in not being loved, only in not loving. " KENNETH P. GAY " Kenny " . . . found climbing a moun- tain or around E205 . . . will always re- member 18th Noel and being stuck in an elevator at BCN with seventeen other kids . . . " I ' m so Lonesome I Could Cry " ... pet peeve— a certain tree ... a future school teacher . . . PETER J. GEDEN " Pogo " . . . crazy and human . . . " Right " . . . E205 . . . WSHS studio . . . pet peeve— unfriendly people ... to be a disc jockey . . . hopes to help people . . . remembers plays . . . RONALD J. GILMARTIN " Ronnie " . . . sensitive, emotional, un- derstanding . . . " Are you for real? " ... ' 66 LeMans . . . " Make it With You " ... pet peeve— a certain junior ... ski trips at 6 a.m. . . . would love month-long ski trips in Europe ... a future in aerospace research . . . AVE M. GLOVER Mouthy, ambitious . . . " Oh Lord " . . . The City ... pet peeve— simple acting rabbits . . . " Thin Line Between Love and Hate " ... to be a Black History teacher . . . ' And away we go! ' DEBRA M. GOMES " Deb " . . . good-humored, crazy, unpredictable . . . " Then the heck with you " . . . Salt Lake City ... pet peeve— Woman ' s Lib fanat- ics .. . " All I have to offer is blood, tears, toil and sweat " . . . remembers the studies with S.B. ... to be a comput- er programmer . . . JOAN L. GONSALVES " Joni " . . . happy, blonde and easygoing . . . would like to see an elevator going to A4th . . . " You live only once " . . . memories of a night in Boston with D.M., C.B., and D.C. ... to marry a millionaire and travel . . . JUDITH M. GRANT Stiff ... to be a teacher . . . remembers antics with Ellen . . . wishes for peace . . . bells . . . " Superstar " ... to be happy . . . JOHN P. GRASSO " The Bowery " in New York . . . pet peeve— warnings and referrals . . . " Your Song " , by Elton John . . . memories of a certain party in ' 71 ... to attend college and live happily . . . 145 JAMES R. GREENE " Russ " . . . cool, calm and collective . . . " What can I say? " . . . Mr. Lavelle ' s French class . . . Gino ' s . . . pet peeve— Algebra II . . . a new S.H.S. faculty ... a fu- ture in business adminis- tration . . . HELEN M. GUFFEY " Guff " . . . " So I did " ... re- members skiing at Mt. Su- napee . . . pet peeve— gossips . . . would like to learn to ski better . . . Junior Prom . . . " Easy to be Hard " . . . peace . . . dental technician . . . CATHY A. GROVER Happy and quiet . . . " Moderation " . . . loves the open country in Kansas . . . gossip . . . wishes everybody could be happy and kind ... to go to Kansas State . . . hopes to own a horse ranch ... to be a veterinarian . . . SUSAN I. GUSTAFSON " Sue " . . . Treasure Island ... to visit Scandinavia . . . " Are you kidding? " . . . on- the-road driver training . . . sensitive, friendly, quiet . . . " Love and be loved. " . . . hypocrisy . . . " Superstar " ... to teach . . . JOHN D. HAHN Pet peeve— student teachers . . . would like to pass Al- gebra II . . . " Ballad of John and Yoko " . . . wants to know how come ever y time they clean the dead pigeons off the top of A building, we get chicken for lunch the next day! . . . ANNE-ELIZABETH HALL Happy, friendly, easygoing . . . U. Mass . . . 9 18 71 . . . Junior Prom . . . " You ' ve Made Me So Very Happy " . . . memories with T.O ' R. . . . to go to college and to be happy . . . VICTOR C. HAMM " Vic " . . . quiet . . . " If we must die let it not be like hogs, hunted and penned in an unglorious spot " ... pet peeve — ignoramuses and educated fools ... the rally of ' 71 . . . theme from " Shaft " . . . " To help my people to achieve the goals we most rightly deserve " . . . wishes for togetherness for black people and respect 146 JUDITH A. HANKO " Judy " . . . quiet, unusual, stubborn . . . " My stars " . . . pet peeve — bothersome people ... to get married . . . senior studies . . . " Never My Love " ... to be an elemen- tary school teacher . . . DIANA C. HANSEN " Dl " . . . happy and easy to get along with . . . " Right! " . . . Newton with Donnie . . . Di would like to keep people happy . . . remembers A4th basement with the gang . . . " Let It Be " EDWARD A. HANLEY " Ned " . . . quiet, easygoing, friendly . . . near Bradfors Street . . . pet peeve— late cards . . . " Spill the Wine " . . . Spaghetti Supper ... to help oth- ers . . . hopes to attend college and be happy . . . SCOTT C. HANSLER " Scuddie " . . . tall, ex- citement, water, mountains . . . " What ' s up? " ... a ski lodge ... pet peeve— getting caught doing no good . . . " What are we going to do? " ... a musical career in a band or the Navy ... to be liked by other people and to enjoy life . . . peace and un- derstanding . . . geometry as junior with Miss Herrera . . . THOMAS HARGREAVES " Tom " . . . " Like hell! " . . . pet peeve— people stopping in front in the corridors . . . " Do nothing today that may be done tomorrow " . . . feels that A building is a decrepit wasteland . . . success and happiness ... to go to col- lege . . . MAUREEN HARTERY " Moe " . . . easygoing, friendly . . . with J.B. and at Kearn ' s . . . " To think and know is to live; to love and be loved is life " ... to make the best of life . . . pet peeve— flood pants and per- fect J.G. ' s . . . happiness and peace of mind . . . the Junior Prom with J.B., good times with K.M. . . . treasures J.B. and her license . . . FRANCIS H. HAYES " Franny " . . . " Right " . . . peace forever . . . Steve ' s house . . . clean and quiet cities . . . " Rip City " . . . " Saturday Morning Con- fusion " . . . hopes to attend trade school ... to get mar- ried . . . 147 DEBORAH A. HEATH " Deba " . . . crazy, outgoing, big heart- ed .. . deep ocean blue . . . Cape Cod . . . Three Dog Night— " Joy to the World " ... to travel and be happy . . . JOHN P. HEBB " John H. " . . . semi-intelligent when conscious . . . " This is true " . . . people with pet peeves . . . " I ' m going to live forever or die trying " . . . wishes people would act more sane . . . " Back Door " ... " I will take the fifth amendment " . . . going to Dedham for Mr. Sapir ... to go into radio broad- casting . . . LYNNE M. HOADLEY The elevator at WBCN . . . journalism and Mr. T. . . . pistachio red fingers . . . E-205 . . . back stage . . . Gino ' s ... ' 64 blue Ford . . . dislikes getting up in the morning ... to be happy . . . MICHAEL B. HEBERT " Joe Willie " . . . Damon and the offi- cial Jerry C. Famous Quotes tee-shirt . . . hopes rainy day women 12 and 15 makes it ... to become a cornerback for the New York Jets . . . " Like a Roll- ing Stone " . . . would like to return to Vallery OH . . . Jan. 12, 1969, " sixteen to seven " . . . ADRIENNE G. HOLMES " Squeaky " . . . quiet, friendly, happy . . . " Poor baby " . . . Brigg ' s Pond . . . pet peeve— LaCrosse, S B. . . . lunches with Diane and Dave, D4 honor study. Uncle Woody, chorus, Dandy Don . . . " I ' ll Remember You " . . . most trea- sured possessions— Mike and a smile . . . marriage and M.J.R. . . . would like to see peace and an end to pollution ... to become an accountant . . . 148 DONNA A. HOLMES " Duck " . . . militant, ambitious . . . " Can you dig on that? " . . . playhouse in the park ... pet peeve— high water pants with white socks and loafers . . . " Life, it melts in your mind " ... to be a success and honeymoon in the Ba- hamas . . . liberty and justice for all . . . " Stoughton High isn ' t all that bad " . . . Thin Line Between Love and Hate . . . LOIS E. HONSINGER " Tudy " . . . more love, less prejudice . . . " I ' m sorry " . . . found in a blue Buick . . . Rolling Stones . . . treasures her license, car, Doug, and Snoopy LU ANN HORRIGAN " Lu " ... I wanna be M ' s girl . . . " Live while you ' ve life to live, love while you ' ve love to give " . . . friendly and mischievous . . . memories of Nantas- ket with Fenn . . . football, cheering, hockey ... to work . . . RICHARD R. HOPKINS If you travel to Tibet, perhaps you will see Ricci on top of a pineapple, mar- ried to a yak . . . ask him about the first day of school and the hole in the floor. GLEN R. HUDSON " A man without passion is only a la- tent force, only a possibility, like a stone waiting for the blow from the iron to give forth sparks. " PATRICIA R. HOUGH " Trisha " . . . end the draft and bring the boys home from Vietnam . . . " Live and let live " . . . crazy and fun-seeking . . . dislikes two-faced people ... re- members junior skip days with H.G. and the Junior Prom . . . ELIZABETH A. IVALDI Leave something to wish for, so as not to tje miserable from very happiness. " -BALTASAR GRACIAN STEPHEN R. JACKSON " If I stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; If I can ease one life the aching. Or cool one pain, I shall not live in vain. " 149 RICHARD P. JAMES " Rick " . . . happy and lovable . . . " What ' s happening? " . . . pet peeve— snobby people ... the basket- ball courts . . . Rick plans to have fun . . . would like to get rich quick . . . wishes a world rid of prejudice . . . Biology with Mr. Gregory . . . " Indian Reservation " . . . CARL A. JAY Honest, firendly, sensitive . . . Chem-ll Lab ... pet peeve— homework ... to study Chemistry in college . . . wants to be successful . . . wishes for coop- eration between world nations ... re- members wrestling and tennis . . . " Condemn the A-building. " . . . ROBERT A. JARDIN " Bob " . . . crazy and Portuguese . . . " Are you kidding? " . . . the gym . . . pet peeve— cramps ... to be success- ful and live . . . wishes for peace . . . rememtjers getting his shorts pulled off in rugby . . . " Won ' t get fooled again " . . . i r ' - KAREN E. JOHNSON Friendly, happy, adventurous . . . " Simply amazing! " . . . West Ossipee, N.H. . . . pet peeve— homework ... to become an Art teacher . . . wishes for an end to all wars . . . remembers the Spaghetti Supper . . . JOHN L. JONES " If dreams die, then life is a broken- winged bird that cannot fly. " ANNE M. JONES Frelndly, nutty, outgoing . . ' I believe ya! " . . . bombing around In the Ram- bler with Kathy . . . snobby people . . . to have peace and love in the world . . . jokes by the " Prince " . . . " Never My Love " ... to become a nurse . . . SUZANNE F. JORDAN " Tutie " . . . friendly . . . " Hang it up " . . . found with that special person . . . phony people . . . " Love is never hav- ing to say you ' re sorry " ... to be a model . . . Hawaii . . . Junior Prom . . . " I ' ll Be There " . . . better lunches . . . 150 CHARLES B. JOSEPH JR. " Freedom is nothing else but a chance to be better, whereas enslave- ment is a certainty of the worst. " GAIL KAMINSKAS Quiet, serious . . . " That ' s Fantastic! " . . . " All the world ' s a stage " . . . crimi- nology . . . " Classical Gas " . . . finding fourth floor B building . . . pet peeve— hypocrites ... to write a book JAMES P. KELLEY " Him " . . . " Back off " . . . Joe ' s Esso or Art ' s house . . . " I ' m ripped " ... fu- ture plans—? ... to give a better life to all . . . remembers losing a good friend, and Junior Dance . . . treasures his cycle . . . RICHARD J. KAMINSKAS " Rich " . . . sincere and understanding ... pet peeve— dead fish ... the Surf ... to go to college ... to live any place but Stoughton . . . would like to change nothing . . . Marconi Beach and G. and T. ' s . . . " Hush " . . . PATRICIA E. JOSSELYN " Patty " . . . gullible, and crazy . . . " Get off me! " . . . pet peeve— sitting in b)oring classes . . . " To each his own " . . . would like to bring peace to the world . . . JOSEPH KAWAKY " Joe " . . . " If you can ' t do great things, do small things in a great way " ... to be rich and happy . . . peace and quiet . . . " Let it Be " . . . college KATHLEEN A. KELLY " Kell " . . . adventurous, talkative . . . " I ' ll drink to that " . . . " Anywhere I can be happy " . . . would change hate to love ... Mr. Santoro ' s bad jokes . . . " Indian Reservation " . . . dislikes those without school spirit . . . " Friends are a marvelous part of living ... to educate children . . . 151 MICHAEL J. KELLEY " Mike " . . . quiet and sensi- tive, . . . " Yea sure " . . . tall people . . . " He who laughs first, laughs last " . . . Fresh- man basketball . . . the Jones . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . col- lege and success . . . KEVIN P. KELLY " Thank-you, Seniors " . . . 11-30 and 6-6 at Brian ' s— CHOKE! . . . skiing at Bass River . . . J unior Prom w h Gar . . . Canton Art Project ' 69 ... St. Pat- rick ' s Day and green beret . . . Football — hoopy and Gimpy— Pride . . . hunting and fishing . . . Sketti Supper under the pines . . . There ' s only one e in Kelly . . . " Win- ning is the only thing " . . . VIRGINIA M. KENDALL " Half-Pint " . . . petite, willful, lazy . . . pet peeve— boys who crack their knuckles . . . will never forget " Uncle Woody and an Easter bas- ket " . . . thinks the kids at S.H.S. are very friendly . . . believes women should be equal . . . plans to go to col- lege and become a dietician ROSE M. KIDDY Happiness and love for eve- ryone . . . " There ' s nothing we can ' t solve together " . . . a happy life with H.M. . . . sweet and innocent? ... pet peeve— never having a lock- er that works . . . senior studies . . . cherishes her hope chest, diamond, and blue elephant . . . " Be good " ... to get married and be a nurse . . . JUDITH M. KILDAY " Jude " . . . skiing with T.M., M.D., H.G., and P.S. . . . Hampton Beach and Glasses . . . small . . . having fun . . . Nov. 20 . . . " Cherish " ... to study law . . . happiness ahead . . . ANNE M. KIMTIS Hopes to visit California again . . . George ' s Pond ... pet peeves— housework, putting books away . . . " Some are sick and some are thick " ... to be a secretary . . . memories of the football games . . . wishes for understanding ... " I Used to be King " . . . JEANNE P. KILLGOAR " Baby Kill " . . . happy, lovable, friendly . . . " You ' re Kidding! " . . . cheering and K.M. . . . treasures P.C. . . . Rose Glen Street . . . pet peeve— waiting . . . found with D.F. and anyone else she can find ... wants to be a secretary and be happy . . . 152 BRIAN C. KLIM " Milk " . . . shy, unemotional, quiet . . . the Rock ... pet peeve— being caught with Bruce ... to go to college . . . remembers Joe ' s Shell 7 14 70 . . . " Suite: Judy Blue Eeys " . . . " Peace is in the mind; leave it there . . . " That ' s really good! " . . . MARY L. KORSUN " Mer " . . . friendly, mis- chievous, crazy . . . " You freak " . . . N.Y. City . . . Jun- ior Prom with E.T., T.H., D. G. . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Mr. Ed ' s history class . . the gang in A4th and D3rd ... a cat named Buttons and a purple bull " ... at Step- hanie ' s ... to be a nurse . . . CHESTER D. KOSINSKI JR. " Keep smiling— and every- one will wonder what you ' ve been up to. " RAYMOND A. KOWALSKY " Ray " . . . friendly, happy, always smiling . . . " Hell of a rush! " . . . Al ' s . . . football during double sessions . . . hopes that the war will end soon! . . . " Color My World " . . . fond memories of the Junior Prom with Debe . . . treasures his license and a certain special girl . . . KARIN A. KRUL " K.K. " . . . short, happy and always laughing . . . has fond memories of Junior Class Dance . . . found back stage . . . pet peeve— smoke filled basements . . . treasures a certain ash tray . . . Karin hopes to become a physical therapist and help the handi- capped . . . MARILYN E. KWEDOR " Shirley Temple " . . . loveable, kis- sable, and hugable . . . " Remember what they say In the old country " . . . " To err Is human; to forgive, divine " ... to live and be happy ... to own Fort Knox with J. P. . . . remembers cheering with K M. and insane Imita- tions . . . " You ' ve Got a Friend " . . . STEPHEN J. KURLANSKY " The only way to live is to love like a fool when you ' re young, and work like the devil when you ' re old. " 153 CHERYL S. LANGER " Hermie " . . . " No way " . . . Losing her pom-poms . . . Mr. Holbert ' s room . . . wants to show everyone how to be happy . . . those cold Saturday morn- ings with the drill team . . . " Make It With You " . . . " Baby It ' s Your Life " ... to teach Chemistry or Math . . . KATHERINE A. LaFLAMME " Kathy " . . . " What a riot " . . . ' Around, Look At Me " . . . wi forget Mr. H ' s Chemistry class peeve— people who don ' t care go to college and help others . . DENNIS LARGE Loud and great . . . " Right on! . . . Would like to stop all war and make the world a better place to live . . . feels time between classes is too short . . . f ound sitting on the office bench . . . " Did You Ever Feel " ... to enter the Army . . . DAVID J. LANDOLFI " Noah " . . . different, talkative, dizzy . . . " Up and down " . . . the mountains . . . pet peeve— hate . . . " No man is as blind as a man in love " . . . plans to at- tend college and then law school . . . wishes for worldwide love and peace SUSAN R. U UB " . . . this goodly frame the earth seems to me a sterile promontory: this most ex- cellent canopy, the air, look you, this brave o ' erhanging firmament, this majestical roof fretted with golden fire— why it appeareth noth- ing to me but a foul and pes- tilent congregation of va- pors. " -Hamlet. SHAKESPEARE DARLENE L. LAVALLE Friendly, quiet . . . pet peeve — math, under- classmen, smoky basements . . . " Some men see things as they are and say, ' why ' ; I dream things that never were and ask, ' why not? ' " . . . " Make my part of the world a happy, peaceful part " . . . white cat and for- maldehyde . . . KENNETH L. UWOIE " Kenny " ... the quiet type . . . " Drop dead " . . . con- struction area . . . " Fred ' s " . . . girlfriends ' mothers . . . " Imagine " . . . " At SHS un- fairness is very well known " ... to go to school and own a Harley 1200 . . . 154 GEORGE R. LEAVER " Geo " . . . " I ' m getting sick of this! " . . . the Rock . . . pet peeve— bringing up lunch. trays . . . " It ' s no matter what you do, if your heart be only true " . . . to go to college and be a gym teacher . . . wishes the drinking age were changed to 18 ... to be successful in whatever he does . . . DEBORAH A. LEDIN " Debbie " . . . friendly, sensitive . . . memories of a certain date, summer ' 68, a radio cards, 10 15 70 . . . " Never My Love " . . . McDonalds with the girls . . . teaching career . . . would like to understand people . . . LYNNE R. LeBLANC French, ambitious . . . " What ' s here? " . . . Chemistry with Mr. H., Physiology with Mr. P., Shakespeare Seminar . . . the tragedy of Math Analysis . . . " Prince on Avignon " . . . fond memo- ries of Feb., 1970 . . . great debate tournaments . . . plans to study medi- cine . . . DEBORAH A. LEIF " Debbie " . . . happy . . . found with AJ anywhere . . . good times with M, D, D, and H . . . Senior Prom, Christ- mas Dance and Spaghetti Supper . . . " Make It With You " . . . wants to stay hap- py .. . EDDIE LEM " Viet Cong " . . . quiet . . . " What the hell " . . . hopes to be happy for the rest of his life . . . losing the Tech Tourney ... pet peeve— doing things he doesn ' t want to . . . " I Wanna Make It With You " . . . would like to see teachers at SHS that are younger and young- er .. . LINDA S. LEVINE " Lin " . . . " To live is to be able to smile, to laugh, to care, to be able to under- stand, to share friendship, to sympathize, to love " . . . " the family " . . . finding Lost River . . . the skywalk . . . " my friends " . . . 155 JAMES A. LINDELOF " Lindy " . . . outgoing, in- telligent, modest . . . Han- cock Village ... " I came, I saw, I conquered " . . . the family . . . Lost River . . . founding of the Rock . . . " Jingle Bells " . . . EILEEN T. LYNCH " Little Guz " . . . " It ' s good for ya " . . . the pond . . . shy, emotional, friendly ... to thumb all over the country . . . peace and happiness ... to visit Ireland and Germany . . . treasures her memories and dungarees ... to be happy JACQUELINE C. LITTLE " Jackie " . . . " iQue pasa? " . . . offray people ... to major in Art, minor in Spanish . . . boisterous, if necessary, to stress a point . . . " Peace and power, Salam Walaikum " ... the rabbits at the rally . . . " Walk Right Up to the Sun " . . . equality . . . " The people and stu- dents of this school just aren ' t ready " KATHLEEN T. LYONS " Kathy " . . . found bombing around in the Rambler with Anne . . . sick jokes by the " Prince " and Mr. Santoro ... quiet ... pet peeves— tenpin bowling balls and shoes ... to work with the mentally retarded . . . hopes to be happy . . . JOHN MacDONALD Quiet, sober, straight . . . " Be serious! " . . . pet peeves— D.F., locked base- ments, and getting bounced . . . usually found in Uncle Art ' s office ... " To each his own " . . . remembers holding the record for office referrals PAUL H. MacCOMBIE " Quiet and depressed . . . the Rock . . . " Smiling Faces " . . . remembers Mr. Cullen ' s and Mr. Baum ' s classes . . . wants a new start in life . . . plans to be lovable . . . going to WMEX . . . likes all sports ... pet peeve— his knees ... to be- come a successful hunter, fisherman and skin diver . . . to visit Florida— summer of ' 72, then the world . . . 156 LINDA A, MacKEEN " The Chinese smoke opium in their bathrooms. They all get in the bathroom and lock the door. The old people sit in the tub and the children sit on the floor. " -RICHARD BRAUTIGAN JOYCE A. MAHONEY " Mouth " . . . loud, gullible, crazy . . . " Who? What? When? Where? How? " . . . found on the fence with the gang ... pet peeve— people who give her a hard time . . . " Beauty is in the eye of the beholder " . . . summer of ' 71 KATHERINE A. MACKIE " Kuffy Muckie " . . . happy, quiet, sen- sitive ... " I guess " . . . anyplace where Alan Is . . . pet peeve— friends who really aren ' t . . . " If I keep a green bough in my heart, the singing bird will come " . . . " to change the Image of the ever-hated classroom " . . . hap- piness. . . KATHLEEN C. t AKER If I had a house on a hill, I would ask you to come and live there. I would serve you toast and tea in bed and sing to you at moonrise and bring the dove to your win- dow with sunshine, if you chose to come and live in my house on a hill. LESLEY E. MALTMAN " Oh wow! " ... it means ex- actly what the words say: ' naked lunch ' — a frozen mo- ment when everyone sees what is on the end of every fork . . . " Suite: Judy Blue Eyes " . . . 1 JANICE L. MANN Carefree, happy . . . " Ain ' t that cunnini " . . . found at Haniey ' s . . . " Do You Know What I Mean " . . . blue ... to get a job . . . 157 JOEL E. MANN " Jole " . . . " You never know " ... Al- bany ... pet peeve— Mike Maiden . . . coming in late to Mrs. Cacchiotti ' s German class . . . " Some are born great, some achieve greatness, some just sit around and stagnate " . . . JILL M. MARKS Quiet, emotional, sensitive . . . " All right! " ... a flower be6 . . . pet peeve— lacrosse with Miss Muffet . . . " I ' ve Got to Get Out of This Place " . . . D-4 honor studies and the Music department . . . " Do unto others as you shall want done unto you " ... to go on to nursing . . . JAMES W. MARTIGNETTI " Jim " . . . sensitive but always laugh- ing .. . can be found at the Rock . . . pet peeve— haircuts ... will always re- member 10 3 70 and winters with Mo ' . . . " Everything ' s a big joke " ... to live in the Bahamas . . . would like to be rich and famous . . . RICHARD W MARTIN " Rich " . . . funny and ambitious . . . Lakeville . . . pet peeve— pushy people . . . Shop with T.S.S. ... to drive a race car and to enter the world of me- chanics . . . MARK MASON " Do not take life too se- riously; you will never get out of it alive. " -ELBERT HUBBARD CHRISTOPHER W. MATHIE- SON " Chris " . . . sincere, original, . . .summerof ' 71 . . . " Those Were the Days " . . . " Que Sera, sera ' ' . . . his bedroom . . . pet peeve— acne blemish com- mercials . . . " Get out and walk " ... a certain night at Roxies . . . Happiness, fulfill- ment, and peace . . . 158 PATRICIA A. McAULEY ■■Patti " . . . talkative, lovable, unreal, and happy . . . found with Paul ... pet peeve— Family Living . . . Junior Prom , . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . blue . . . to be a medical assistant . . . LINDA A. McCASKILL " Sugar Hill " . . . relates to any ghetto where her people are ... to bring out the creativity and beautifulness in kids from the inner city as a kindergar- ten teacher . . . dislikes bold offray rabbits . . . " If you ' re not part of the solution, you ' re surely part of the problem. " ... all minorities set free from their offray oppression . . . " Wake up, SHS and check out your mind! " . . . LINDA J. McEWAN " I ' m sorry. " . . . pet peeve— English . . . to be of service to people . . . Spa- ghetti Supper . . . Physiology with Mr. Pierce . . . " Never My Love " ... to go on to nursing school . . . JAMES R. Mcdonald " Chumelroy " . . . the sizeless maker of the mole and whale . . . Alfa Centauri . . . A.M. radio . . . having to answer weird questions about himself , . . " But the trees may whisper and the hills may grow while it ' s changing " ... to be free and travel . . . ANNE M. Mclaughlin Talkative and crazy . . . " Right on, baby " . . . the drum corps and McDonald ' s . . . pet peeve— people who who think they ' re cool ... " I don ' t understand that boy " . . . plans to be a hairdresser . . . wants to graduate . . . wishes to rid the school of snobs . . . WILLIAM F. Mclaughlin " Monaguy " . . . happy and foolhardy . . . " Right on, Gilbear " ... a black and white patched ' 64 Chevy . . . " Losing is like kissing your sister " . . to be an airplane pilot . . . treasures his first grade lunch box . . . 159 EDWARD J. McMENIMON " Edso " . . . tall, handsome . . . " I ' m hip " ... a house in Randolph . . . pet peeve— school lunches . . . always getting caught in the teacher ' s parking lot ... to go to Jamaica . . . THOMAS D. McSHEA Tom " . . . McDonald ' s . . . the chief . . to t)e a Pope or a plumber . . . NANCY Mcpherson Talkative, happy, fickle . . . Pop beach . . . remembers the family . . . finding Lost River . . . Oct. 25, 1970 .. . Junior Prom . . . JTR . . . wants to egg a cer- tain Sharon girl . . . plans to go into nursing . . . ROSEMARIE C. McSWEENEY " Rose " . . . talkative, crazy . . . found with people ... to live to the fullest ex- tent . . . wishes for peace, and for everyone to get along with each other . . . " You ' ve Got a Friend " . . . treasures her friends and a certain boy . . . 160 RICHARD J. MINOT " Rich " . . . active, friendly, honest, funny . . . peace ... no more poverty . . . " Imagine " . . . college . . . career in a health profession . . . enjoyed all four years and likes the school . . . STEVEN J. MONTESANO " Monti " . . . cheerful, active, happy . . . Fenway Park . . . remembers making the varsity baseball team . . . would like to play pro-baseball . . . wishes for world peace . . . college bond . . . PAUL D. MOODY " Oh yeh! " . . . Florida . . . freshmen . . . would like to travel and see the world . . . " Candida " . . . likes golf and basketball . . . Paul would like to be a Physical Education teacher . . . ANNE F. MOONEY Talkative and crazy . . . " Unbelie- vable! " . . . " It ' s too late " . . . found on the fence . . . wants to stop the war . . . will never forget her Junior year with the gang on A4th . . . hopes to graduate and be happy . . . BRIAN M. MORIARTY Friendly, sensitive, sincere . . . always getting away . . . " the family " . . . baseball ' 72 . . . right shoulder . . . finding the Lost River . . . Spaghetti Supper ... to attend college and be happy . . . DONNA M. MORGANELLI " Don " . . . talkative, crazy, friendly . . . " What ever you want; I don ' t care " . . . drive-ins and a white mustang . . . pet peeve— certai n juniors . . . travel through Europe . . . world peace . . . 1970 Senior Prom . . . Home-Ec. with Mac . . . memories of Barnstable and Office Rounter ... to get married and be happy . . . DAVID J. MORRIS " Dave " . . . happy, kind, sincere . . . " Oie vay " . . . " C ' est la vie " ... pet peeve— snobs . . . treasures JPB. and BN ' s friendship . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " ... rot dogs . . . the red lim- ousine. Battleship Mass., and a day at Horseneck ... a child psychologist . . . 161 JANE A. MORRIS " Something inside is telling me that I ' ve got your se- cret— (are you still listening?) Fear is the lock and laughter the key to your heart . . . " JAMES M. MULLETT " Progress is impossible without change and those who cannot change their minds cannot change any- thing. " DEBORAH A. MURPHY " Debbie " . . . " Huh? " . . . " Try a Little Tenderness " . . . memories of being stran- ded in Boston with JG, CB, and DC . . . Friday nights . . . pet peeve— the frizzies . . . " Try anything once " . . . would like to make money PAUL V. MURPHY Quiet and happy . . . " Next " . . . Duxbury Beach . . . Con- rad . . . peace . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water " ... to be happy . . . plans to attend college . . . ROBERT C. NICHOLSON " Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat and be yourself. " KEITH C. NOBIL Quiet, chemical . . . loves to ski ... wishes for world peace . . . dislikes people who are bothered by kids hold- ing hands . . . mothers . . . hopes to tjecome a doctor . . . THERESA B. MURRAY " Trese " . . . " Big deal— right, Bruce? " . . . Hampton Beach . . . May 22, 1970 . . . finding the keys . . . Junior Prom . . . skiing with MD, JK, HG, PS . . . Three Dog Night, James Taylor, and Carole King . . . hates tragedies . . . plans to attend college . . . 162 MARGUETITE J. NOE " Pegleg " . . . pet peeve— closed minds . . . " To err is human; to forgive, divine " . . . peace of mind . . . remembers JCD, DDG . . . N.Y.E. TO, G.U.M. . . . " Beginnings " . . . DOUGLAS B. NORTHRUP " Doug " . . . sarcastic . . . " Today " . . . found at Al ' s or D.F. ' s house . . . " D.P. got the tool " . . . remembers S.M. at Nantasket . . . " Closer to Home " . . . plans to go into the Service . . . PAMELA M. O ' BRIEN " Pam " . . . tall and lazy . . . " I ' m so red " . . . senior stud- ies ... " Colour My World " . . . pet peeve— melted Wa- leco ' s . . . " Love is never having to say you ' re sorry " . . . will cherish her li- cense— when she gets it . . . to live on her own . . . LAURA C. OLSON Moody, emotional . . . pet peeve— WNH ... to attain inner peace . . . wants to change the ignorance in people . . . D4 honor study, chorus . . . " Every Night " . . . " In as much as love grows in you, so in you beauty grows, for love is the beauty of the soul. " . . . to be a nurse . . . JANET L. O ' HARE " Janet " . . . crazy, carefree, talkative ... " I don ' t care " . . . Blue Hills . . . homework ... no more war . . . Mr. Tardanlco ' s Shop . . . dislikes gym- suits and school lunches . . . 163 i KATHLEEN M. O ' NEILL " Kathy " . . . quiet, happy, friendly . . . " Ho, ho, ho, ho " ... pet peeves— perfection and insincerity . . . Mountain Road and J.S. . . . " If you wish to be loved, love. " . . . remem- bers the Senior Reception and the summers of ' 70 and ' 71 ... found w lth D., E, D, E, A, T, and S. . . . October 19 ... to be happy and visit Hawaii . . . PATRICIA C. PASCARELLI " Pattie " . . . talkative, happy, mischievous, lovable . . . " Smarten up! " . . . Family Liv- ing . . . " To think and to know is to live! to love and be loved is life. " . . . peace ... Mr. McLellan ' s class . . . school lunches . . . ' Gypsy Woman " . . . Mitch ... my li- cense ... to become a den- tal assistant . . . THOMAS M. PARSONS " Parkie " . . . high tempered but friend- ly .. . " Tell me about it " . . . SS396 parked behind the A W . . . pet peeve— freshmen . . . plans to visit Vietnam . . . wishes for a change in a certain girl . . . remembers skipping class in the girl ' s basement . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . ROBERT L. OVERSTREET " Okey " is quiet and easygoing . . . will further his education . . . " Get bent " . . . hates J.M. ' s mouth . . . skipping Mrs. K. ' s class . . . " What ' s the mat- ter? " . . . BEVERLY R. PASS " Bev " . . . friendly, co-oper- ative, outgoing . . . memories of a week at Swift ' s Beach . . . hates snobby people . . . great school lunches . . . " How do the periods go today? " ... to be a dental assistant . . . PETER C. PASSANISI JR. " Pass " ... quiet . . . smokers . . . found anywhere with B.G. . . . peace . . . Proms with B.G. . . . hockey team— 4:30 a.m. at Walpole . . . " Color My World " . . . happiness ... a future in en- gineering . . . JOYCE E. PASTMAN " Joycie " . . . fussy, moody, silly . . . " Are you kidding? " Hazelton St. ... pet peeve— blushing and T.V. commercials . . . prized pos- session—Reggie ... " I still believe that people are really good at heart. " ... to attend art school . . . 164 CLAUDIA D. PEBWORTH " Denise " . . . " Smiling Faces " . . . found with Reb or " the gang " . . . " Fine! " . . . dislikes fighting with people . . . " WAH! " . . . summer of 71 . . . Scusset . . . hopes to be a nurse, married, and happy . . . BARBARA A. PERDIGAO Quiet, understanding . . . " Be serious " ... no place in particular . . . pet peeve— knuckle cracking ... to be- come a dental assistant ... to own a home by the ocean . . . WILLIAM N. PECHONIS " Billy " . . . friendly, active . . . " To each his own " . . . Nausett Beach . . . May 28, 1971 ... The S.S. dislikes Junior snobs and stubborn girls . . . " You ' ve Got a Friend " . . . wants to go to college and be happy . . . DENISE A. PERRY " Dumbnise " . . . Always smiling . . . gym . . . Montreal . . . Marie ' s car . . . " I ' m only kidding " . . . " You Make Me So Very Happy " ... to travel GERALD T. PETERS " When a person puts his best foot forward and gets it stepped on— that ' s life. " JOAN S. PETERSON " We are only what we feel. " . . . Neil Young . . . Moody Blues . . . " On the Way Home " . . . likes trees and cats . . . nights in white satin ... to live on the Cape . . . plans a life in art . . . AUDREY M. PHILLIPS " Aud " . . . happy and laugh- ing ... " Great, just great! " . . . New Hampshire ... pet peeve— phonies . . . remem- bers fourth floor basement with half of the school . . . hates S.H.S. . . . hopes to own fifty horses . . . 165 MARY-ELLEN PHILLIPS " Mellen " . . . happy and cheerful ... pet peeve— her sister . . . remembers a cer- tain senior study . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water " . . . found with John . . . treasures her friendship ring . . . JAMES P. POPE " Jim " . . . quiet, friendly, im- patient . . . " Squeeze ya lat- er! " . . . found at Karen ' s house . . . remembers Mr. Cabral ' s 1969-70 class ... " You ' ve Got a Friend " ... a future in woodworking . . . SANDRA J. PHILLIPS " Sandy " . . . friendly, fun loving . . . " Wouldn ' t you like to know? " . . . the Cape . . . " Saturday Morning Con- fusion " . . . blue . . . found with Arne . . . pet peeve— teachers who can ' t joke with the students . . . would like to have peace in the world ... to trav- el and get married . . . BRUCE E. POWELL Athletic, moody . . . losing his keys at Scusset Beach, 5 9 51 , 5 22 70, Joe ' s Shell. 7 14 70, Bass River with BM . . . " Big scrim today, Robbie " . . . pet peeve— being caught with Milk . . . " So close yet so far away " . . . College bound . . . GARY J. POWER Unusual, intelligent, per- suasive . . . " What time Is it? " . . . getting up early . . . would like to live in Califor- nia and go to college . . . plans to be happy . . . world peace . . . graduation . . . anything done by the Who JOANNE M. RALSTON " Joe " . . . gullible, fickle happy . . . " You ' re red " wicked . . . twirling at the football games . . . T.S. . . emergency room G.M.H. . . Micro with Tony and Bio with the Prince . . . the base- ment ... " A Time For Us ' . . . " to Live, to Love, to Laugh " . . . plans to teach 166 ELIZABETH M. REID " Liz " . . . happy, talkative . . . to be an airline stewardess . . . happily married and hav- ing children . . . " SHS has made good progress in these past four years letting us do more things. " . . . THERESA M, REILLY " Terry " . . . friendly, sincere, fun-loving . , . memories of the Cape with Sandy and the gang . . . treasures friendship . . found driving a red con- vertible . . . LAURA A. REIFSCHNEIDER " Laurie " . . . happy, friendly, forgetful . . . pet peeve— fights with Joey . . . found any place where Joey is . . . wants a happy life . . . abolish poverty . . . always remembers Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Fanning . . . plans to get mar- ried . . . MARTIN T. RICH " Marty " . . . different, friend- ly .. . E205 ... pet peeve— smoking in the base- ments . . . " Because you had a bad week, why should I suffer? " ... to go into com- mercial photography ... re- members Drama ... to build a large business . . . wishes to eliminate prejudice in the world . . . " School lunches aren ' t good. " . . . SUSAN E. RIST " Suze " . . . quiet, sensitive, friendly . . . " Ya, sure! " . . . found with KP and the gang ... pet peeve— being hurt . . . remembers physiology with Mr. Pierce . . . treasures a certain ring . . , " Begin- nings " ... to go to college BRUCE M. ROBERTSON " Rooster " . . . tall, light, in- telligent . . . " E.S. " . . . bas- ketb)all court, the kitchen . . . injuries during the basketball season . . . found with Os- car, Mac, and JP . . . Junior Prom and Junior skip days ... to play pro-basketball and further his education . . . wishes people would know and understand all other people in all races . . . NANCY M. RODRIGUES Petite, friendly . . . " I ' m so embarrassed! " . . . found in a ' 66 blue Comet . . . pet peeve— people who won ' t let you be yourself . . . " Love brings meaning and happi- ness to life " . . . " Both Sides Now " ... to be happy, loved and always have friends . . . 167 THERESA M. RODRIGUES " Terrie " . . . friendly, ambitious, hon- est .. . " War is not healthy for children and other living things. " . . . cross country, track, and gymnastics . . . pet peeve— not knowing who your friends are ... to enter nursing . . . ELIZABETH A. ROOT " Libby " . . . short, lazy, mysterious . . . " Don ' t be ridiculous " . . . pet peeve— being told how to run her life . . . " Education is the process of driv- ing a set of prejudices down your throat " ... a future nurse . . . GARY F. ROSS " What ' s up? " ... pet peeve— Humorous guidance office . . . hopes to be successful . . . Gary ' s aim is to be a millionaire . . . green . . . " The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down " . . . THOfyiAS J. RUGGIERO " Hang on to your hopes, my friend. That ' s an easy thing to say, But if your hopes should pass away Simply pretend that you can build them again. " -SIMON AND GARFUNKEL ANTHONY J. ROMANELLI " Mary " . . . " You ' re an animal " . . . Stoughton basketball team— Tech Tourney . . . pet peeve— Doss, and a certain officer . . . " You ' re kidding " . . . to get a hair cut . . . ' Baby I am a- Want You " . . . PAUL E. ROTHWELL " Rocky " . . . " What ' s for lunch? " . . . his car . . . pet peeve— people with new cars . . . Mr. Speck ' s Shop . . . " Break on Through " ... to join the Navy and work for the telephone com- pany . . . JAMES M. RUSILKO Jimmy . . . bob oyian . . . discovering people . . . won ' t forget Bob Sheean . . . Joan Baez ' s voice . . . " there are two things I want to get through to you guys tonight " ... to go to Oregon with Mike 168 GARY J. RUSSELL " Russ " . . . friendly, easygoing, blonde, and beautiful . . . remembers going to WMEX . . . Latin with a Real Pro . . . enjoys hunting, fishing, basket- ball, and skin diving . . . The Junior Prom with Kelly . . . hopes to become a game warden and be happy . . . SANDRA J, SAMMARTINO " Sandi " . . . friendly, silly, always laughing . . . " Fine " . . . walking the beach at night with J.C. ... getting up early . . . " Love is never having to say you ' re sorry " ... " I wanna be M ' s girl " . . . found with " the gang " . . . memories of junior skip days ... my rib- bons . . . " WAH! " . . . hopes to stay hap- py .. . ROBERT R. SAVINI " Bob " . . . lazy, broke . . , at work . . . homework ... to travel and stay single . . . wishes to change the schools . . . JOAN M. SANTOS " Joan " . . . happy, talkative ... " I don ' t know " . . . " The love you take is equal to the love you make. " ... " I Got You Babe " . . . getting married to Mike ... a certain senior study ... to get her diploma . . . peace and love in the world . . . JOHN P. SANO " Give her time, she ' ll fill out. " . . . record store . . . sophomore girls . . . " Ohio " ... to harvest potatoes in Flor- ida .. . VICTORIA A. SAVOIE " Vickie " . . . friendly and definitely quiet . . . " End it! " . . . " Nosey people are upsetting " . . . found with R, G, L, M, and B . . . wishes for peace ... re- members Sketti Supper and Party . . . W.F.F. . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . blue ... to graduate and be healthy, wealthy, and happily married . . . ■ 169 CYNTHIA L. SCHIFFER " Cindy " . . . found with a certain boy from Roslindale . . . bowling . . . " Go Away Little Girl " . . . fried clams and lasagna . . . remembers the Junior Prom . . . pet peeve— waiting ... to get married and be happy. . . . STUART L. SEELEY . . . not so tall not so dark, not ugly . . . " Key dood " . . . Fields Park ... " I would if I could, but I can ' t, so I won ' t. " ... " A little knowledge is dangerous, but none is fatal " . . . photography . . . " Let me do it " . , . being in the base- ment while the sink was being ripped off the wall ... Mr. Ed ' s class . . . DIANNE M. SESTITO " Di " . . . happy, talkative and a little crazy . . . found at the Cinema . . . exec- utive board with J.T.R. . . . majorettes . . . " The Beginning " ... to eat spa- ghetti with Phil Esposito . . . JAMES T. SHARPLES " Jimbo " . . . active but calm and quiet ... pet peeve— English ... to go to college and become a biologist or oceanographer . . . would like to make lasting friendships . . . remembers S.G., D.S., CP., G.A " Jesus Christ Superstar " . . . DAVID W. SHAUGHNESSY " Dave " . . . conservative . . . " Don ' t worry about it " . . . the gas station . . . working weekends ... to leave Stoughton . . . ELENOR P. SILVA " Patti " . . . quiet . . . burnt orange . . . " Really? " ... pet peeve— insincerity . . . being successful . . . peace . . . memories of Cape Cod . . . " Society ' s Child " . . . Italian food . . . found with Sheryl and Fran . . . her license ... to work for the airlines . . . STACEY K. SHORE Quiet, and sincere ... " I don ' t believe it. " . . . Charles Ave. with P.L. ... pet peeve— silence and white socks ... to be a lab technician ... an end to pov- erty and wars . . . Junior Prom and the day after . . . treasures her license . . . to help others . . . KENNETH E. SILVA " To know what you prefer, instead of humbly saying Amen to what the world tells you you ought to prefer, is to have kept your soul alive. " —Robert Louis Stevenson 170 JOANNE M. SIMPSON " Jo " . . . quiet, friendly . . . " Are you kidding? " ... pet peeve— homework . . . " Fire and Rain " ... to be happy . . . world peace . . . Junior Prom . . . at work . . . found with Billy ... to be married someday . . . DEBORAH J. SMITH " Debbie " . . . quiet and understanding ... in front of a record player, or on the phone with Peggie . . . pet peeve— arrogance ... to marry and be successful . . . remembers her Junior year with all her " friends " . . . ANNA SMITH " Nancy " . . . short ... pet peeve— liars . . . " Life is but a bag of McDonald ' s French fries. " . . . peace . . . " Positi- vely 4th Street " . . . getting out of S.H.S. . . . wants to become a Cana- dian citizen . . . JOHN E. SMITH friendly . . . " no problem " . . . pet peeve— mindless people . . . would like to travel and then become rich . . . . . . world peace . . . Scusset Beach . . . Pacific Hut . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . thinks SHS is a nice place to visit, but wouldn ' t want to stay there . . . 171 MAUREEN T. SLATER " Moe " . . . crazy . . . " Calm down " . . . pet peeve— her sister . . . the drive-in . . . " You know my line " . . . Junior Prom . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . Mr. P. ... to graduate . . . hopes to get married and be a secretary . . . EDWARD N. SMITH " Ed " . . . " Super Skier " . . . mountains and snow ... pet peeve— PLKKWAF . . . " You fool " . . . snow all year round . . . " Cinnamon Girl " ... to make it . . . MADELINE SMITH " Mindi " dislikes prejudice . . . remem- bers Bobby and skipping classes . . . " Get off " . . . identifies with her work . . . friendly and understanding . . . hopes to see a change in people ' s at- titudes toward each other . . . future happiness . . . ELLEN H. SMYTH " Ya, sure " . . . anywhere . . . pet peeve— Tommy Gibson . . . just to be happy . . . wishes for a new world . . . remembers the extra year! . . . " Fire and Rain " . . . school lunches . . . RICHARD B. SOPER " Dick " . . . modest and sen- sitive ... the forest ... art . . . peace in the world for all mankind . . . E205 . . . " To do the best I can at whatever I ' m doing " ... to attend col- lege and become an artist " And I thought we were going to play musical chairs! " CAROL A. SPEIGEL " Catalogue " . . . always smiling, crazy, full of life . . . " And that ' s the truth " . . . Junior Prom, the Lost River, the family, Halloween night ' 71, the Sketti Supper ... a crowded room . " And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make " . . . LINDA L SOUSA " Lin " . . . fun-loving, mischievous, gul- lible . . . found with Mike . . . " One is the Loneliest Number " ... Mr. McLellan ' s class with Patty, Cindy, Nancy, and Robin ... to be a teacher ' s aide and get married . . . 172 PATRICIA T. SUGRUE " Patty " . . . happy ... pet peeve— excited people . . . 240 Bay Road ... to visit Switzerland . . . skiing with M, M, T, J, H, and E, ... to be a dental assistant . . . DIANE M. SWEENEY " Dianie " . . . " You ' re a pain. " ... 122 Zoo with S., L., and R. . . . B. M. from Norwood . . . Junior Prom with R.S.M. . . . football games with Bob . . . nursing career ... to be happily mar- ried to B.M. . . . 173 WAYNE E. THOMAS " Strap " . . . kind, lovable, funny, very modest . . . " Oh, Wow! " . . . " Really! " ... a home away from home on Sum- ner Street . . . " Pinball Wizard " ... to help people less fortunate ... a future social worker . . . GLENN F. TAYLOR Quiet, easy to talk to . . . " What ' s hap- pening? . . . usually with Kathy ... pet peeve— arguing . . . would like to be with K.W. forever . . . remembers the summer of ' 71 ... SHS smoking privi- leges ... to succeed in life . . . PAUL R. THOMAS " Duck " . . . crazy, freaky . . . " Quack " . . . cops . . . " What ' s happening? " . . . coming in late ... Mr. Finn ' s shop . . . " Sugar Mountain " ... " I wouldn ' t feed the lunches to my dog " ... to gradu- ate and retire at an early age . . . MAUREEN C. TOBIN " You ' ll get over it! " . . . loves the ocean and autumn after- noons ... to make someone else happy . . . watching but- terflies outside the windows of honor studies ... " I Want To Make It With You " ... to be happy . . . BERNADETTE TRAVIS " Berni " . . . adorable, friend- ly, individualistic . . . " Oh, stop! " . . . mountain roads describe her best . . . pet peeve— " Teen Angel " . . . " If the world were to blow up, the last audible voice would say, ' It can ' t be done! ' " ... would like to run a day-care center . . . PETER A. TRIPP " Daytripper " . . . quiet and serious ... " I can ' t believe it! " . . . pet peeve— his ' 63 Falcon . . . the garage ... to go into the Armed Forces ... to be rich and happy . . . wishes that there was no pollution . . . ROBERT R. TOSCA " Tosca " . . . quiet, skinny, confused ... the track . . . pet peeve— nervousness . . . to make the best of what he has . . . wishes to be running even at the ripe old age of 40 ... to do better ... re- members getting lost in a cross country meet in Sha- ron . . . the many hassles and headaches . . . 174 CHARLES UMINSKI ■ ' There are only two or three human stories, and they go on repeating themselves as fiercely as if they never had happened before. " JOHN VENTRESCO " Way over yonder is a place that I know , where I can find shelter from hunger and cold; and the sweet tasting life is easily found, way over yonder— that ' s where I ' m bound. " THOMAS J. VISSER " Tom " . . . pet peeve — bor- ing assemblies . . . remem- bers those dull H hours and having four tests in one day . . . " Maggie Mae " ... a fu- ture collegiate, then teacher MARIAN R. VANSTON " Minna " . . . fun-loving, amiable ... the fence . . . drum corps . . . found with Tutie and Pooney . . . Dor- chester . . . Chinese food . . . " wretched " . . . " Mr. McLellan isn ' t all that bad — he ' s human! " . . . thanks Mr. O ' Leary for his understanding ... to attain a Ph.D. in Languages and Mu- sic .. . 175 BRENDA J. WADE " Bren " . . . unique . . . " Did you do your Math? " . . . false people ... to get a Masters in Home Economics . . . hopes for understanding between people in the world . . . " For- get everything, except to love your brother " . . . JUNE L. WEISMAN Crazy, adventurous . . . " I ' m gonna be a revolutionary " ... pet peeve— blowouts on her bike . . . would like to beat Gerry Smith at a game of rummy . . . STEVEN J. WALKER " Steve " . . . reserved, quiet, never has much to say . . . " What else is new? " . . . pet peeve— getting up in the morn- ing ... to visit England and Dallas, Texas . . . end all human misery ... to be a success . . . CYNTHIA L. WHITNEY " Cindy " . . . gullible, crazy, smart . . . " End it! " . . . Mar- sha ' s house . . . pet peeve— June ' s fingernails . . . " 25 Miles " . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Junior Prom . . . end conceit in people . . . marriage ... to go to school ARTHUR G. WHITTAKER " Artie " . . . cool and really with it . . . " Wow, what a knockout! " . . . idolizes Mickey Mouse . . . loves girls . . . " Seeing Is believing. " . . . found where the girls are ... to go into business and become a millionaire . . . ANDREW C. WILLIAMS " Andey " . . . single and loves to mingle . . . " Hey Jack! " . . . Gino ' s . . . doesn ' t like to wait . . . " Watch out honey! " . . . more money . . . football rallies . . . theme song from " Shaft " ... no young and pretty soul teach- ers ... to be a millionaire PHILIP D. WYNOTT Innocent and lovable . . . " Negative " . . . remembers Mrs. Flanagan ' s history class . . . " Strawberry Fields " . . . feels we should have more time between periods ... to become a professional race car driver . . . 176 JOSEPH M. YETMAN " Joe-Lindon " . . . " Ahh, ya! " ... intends to sail around the world . . . " Oye Comoua " . . . feels it ' s " Great to be getting out. " . . . DANA W. ZAISER " Dane " . . . short and skinny . . . found in school ... pet peeve— R. Nixon . . . remem- bers Mr. Gregory and the Science Fair ... a future pharmacist . . . V JUDITH A. YOUNG " Judy " . . . quiet and sensitive . . . " you ' re sick! " ... pet peeve— waiting . . . " Whatever is in the cards! " ... a lifetime of happiness . . . wishes for sin- cerity . . . " Close to You " . . . CATHY- ANN M. ZAWASKI " Cathy " . . . " Wicked " . . . pet peeve— the Army, the Avon lady and " the family " ... " to get that Sharon girl who egged us " . . . Junior Prom . . . J.T.R. . . . " color My World " ... to go to col- lege . . . ROBERT J. ZINE " Smokey " . . . " Hey man " ... Mr. Penardi ' s office . . . pet peeve— playing cards . . . Mr. Sarney ' s class . . . " Oh yeah! " ... to become a priest . . . 1 MARGARET A. ZINNELL " Peggie " . . . quiet . . . " Oh really now? " . . . found any- where with J.K. . . . " It ' s bet- ter to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. " . . . fond memories of 1969 . . . " Hooked on a Feel- ing " . . . most treasured pos- session—her license and J.M.K. . . . would like to be a dental assistant . . . 177 Compliments of BLACKWELL STU DIO " Your Class Photographer " Congratulations, Class of 1972! 23 Wyman Street Stoughton, Mass. 178 My Compliments and My Congratulations To The Class of 1972 Congratulations To The Class of 1972 from UNDA ' S BUS SERVICE Your Local School Contractor Serving Massachusetts, The United States and Canada 179 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. 5! morse shoe 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. 180 Compliments of Wm. H. Totman Asphalt Corp. 1823 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes from CHRISTOPHER ' S SHOES 770 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. There ' s just one class Better than the rest When you ' re for ' 72 You ' re for the best! Congratulations, Seniors, from the 1971-72 Cheerleaders Varsity Junior Varsity Jean Ann Marie Marilyn Alicia Mary Rose Ann LuAnn Sue Mary Ellen Patti Mary Ann Betti Mary Cathy Diane Mickey Karen Barbi Compliments of RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK 15 Pleasant St. Stoughton 181 Compliments of A W Best Wishes to the Class of ' 72 WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP 191 A Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. Iht QualitY leader OPEN ' TIL MIDNIGHT Comphments of MR. G ' S SUB SHOP AND CATERING SERVICE Class of " 72 " Congratulations from GARLAND MILLS JOSEPH A. GUSCIORA MURPHY COAL CO. INC. 793 Washington St. 344-3012 182 Compliments of Lowe Powers Funeral Home Tel.: 344-2061 115 Monk Street Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations from Billy ' s Taxi, inc. Michael J. Rocci, Pres. FLOWERS BY CELI Wayne D. Robinson Kelly Bros. Const. Corp. Contractors Water . . . Drainage . . . Sewer Construction 725 School Street Tel.: 344-4737 Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 GIGI ' S On Route 138 Mur-Mac ' s Tel.: 344-9816 827 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Rowland ' s T.V. Compliments of Stoughton Cooperative Bank 183 Compliments of B.P.M. Supermarket Compliments of Chet Cohenno, Photography Congratulations to the Class of 1972 SIMOND ' S CHEVROLET 287 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 828-4455, 344-4063 LUZIERS For a Lovelier You — a Complete Line of Cosmetics CALL 828-1812 WYMAN JEWELERS Certified Gemologist American Gem Society Wyman Street Stoughton Bob ' s Phillips 66 Washington Street Stoughton ' Ji V John J. Rogers Son Inc. Established 1904 INSURANCE I J J ROGERS. 787 Washington Street Stoughton, Massachusetts 02072 Congratulations from Veteran ' s Taxi 768 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-4280 184 SULLIVAN ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF STOUGHTON INC. 85 Park Street Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Dr. William H. Sullivan All Weather Coats By TWIN-KEE MFG. CO. Where Quality and Service is your Guarantee Phone 344-4571 720 Park St. Stoughton Compliments of DUNKIN ' DONUTS LOUIS G. DiRUSSO General Carpentry 154 Lincoln St. Stoughton, Mass. CANDY DELITE 113 Sharon Street Cobbs Corner 344-9953 KING ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Brocton, Mass. DENTCH FORD INC. The World ' s Oldest Ford Dealership James Kourafas Al Beauregard Robert Peterson Alex Kourafas Richard Gray Wallace Pickard 185 Compliments of Manny ' s Place to the Class of ' 72 MACCOMBIE ' S Lawnmower Service Sam John ' s Shoe Store 789 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2590 Best Wishes to the Class of ' 72 from STOUGHTON HARDWARE Best of Luck and Good Wishes Paul ' s Barber Shop Andy ' s Texaco Service Tel.: 344-9941 On Rt. 139 at Rt. 24 North Stoughton Square Western Auto Associate Store 16 Washington Street Cobb ' s Corner Canton, Mass. LAKEWOOD COMMUNICATIONS 1520 Washington St. Two Way Radio Service Good Luck United Methodist Youth Fellowship Best to you all Bard ' s Hardware and Supply 7 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. Congratulations from M M VARIETY STORE 100 Perry Street Stoughton Joe ' s Gulf Service Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of Stoughton Diner Washington Street Stoughton DEACON PLUMBING HEATING CO., INC. 32 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Tel.: 344-2541 186 Compliments of LOUIE ' S TAKE OUT SERVICE VAN ' S BARBER SHOP appointment only 344-5740 556 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. CAROL ' S DINER 832 Washington Street Stoughton Cut Curl Always a Friendly Atmosphere 295 Park St., Stoughton Tel.: 344-9926 Compliments of RICHARD W. LANG Shoe Villa Tel.: 344-2001 733 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Best of Luck STOUGHTON DELICATESSEN Best Wishes LEE ' S BEAUTY SHOP 161 Pleasant Street Stoughton 344-6436 STOUGHTON cop,„„MeMcoo..ia.co,p Congratulations from STOUGHTON SHELL Comb Clipper and Richards Hair Styling 299 Park St. (Rt. 27) Stoughton, Mass. 344-5071 Compliments of Roxie ' s Market Cobbs Corner Shell Tel.: 828-9720 41 Washington Street Canton, Mass. Good Luck and Best Wishes from STOUGHTON DRUG COMPANY Eleanor and Paul Goulston Reg. Pharm. Compliments of BROWN ' S SUNOCO SERVICE CENTER Gay the Florist 399 Pleasant Street Tel.: 344-2812 Stoughton, Mass. 187 Denneno ' s Pizza House Tel.: 344-9803 545 Pearl St. Stoughton, Mass. George O. Slater, Inc. Trucking and Furniture Moving A A Industrial Park Tosca Drive Stoughton, Mass. Warehouse 344-6410 Good Luck To The 1972 Graduates Festival Display Corp. Fred Hartery, Pres. Congratulations to the Class of 1972 Dykeman Electric Co. 188 FIRST IMPERIAL JEWELERS, INC Route 27, Cobbs Corner Stoughton, Mass. Best Wishes STOUGHTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 189 Compliments to 72 Graduates ALLTOWN REALTY INC. PRECISION DOOR WINDOW INC A A CONTRACTING INC. JAMES B. COTTER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 39 Grove St. Stoughton W. GRENON SON INC. Tosca Drive A A Industrial Park 344-6410 GENERAL FLOORING INC. 764 Washington St. 344-7200 1 12 69— New York Jets 16-9 Compliments of MIKE HEBERT PATRONS GOLD PATRONS Mr. Mrs. E. Whitney Best Wishes from two old grads Thank you, the Thomas Family Mr. Mrs. John Flanagan Mr. Mrs. Gary D. Erickson Good Luck, Grads — Mr. Mrs. Manuel J. Rodrigues Family Mr. Mrs. William A. Batte Mr. Mrs. Paul Magee Mr. Mrs. Bernard V. Cullen Mr. Mrs. Russell B. Tripp Mr. Mrs. Giles A. Kaminskas Mr. Mrs. James E. Smyth Mr. Mrs. John F. J. Fullerton (Continued on Page 191) 190 PATRONS GOLD PATRONS (Continued) A404 D301 " Easy " D105 Rx for Mr. Katz D101 " Register and Vote " — Mothers for Peace Mr. Mrs. Arthur G. Whittaker Mr. Mrs. J. F. Lavalle, Jr. William Taylor " Best Wishes, Class of 72 " Dr. David Clancy Family Mr. Mrs. William R. Corcoran, M.D. Mr. Mrs. John F. Kelley Mr. Mrs. Gino Ventresco Mr. Mrs. Ray Mead Mr. Mrs. Adrien Mary Walker Mr. Mrs. Kenneth W. Kelley Mr. Mrs. Henry R. Phillips Mr. Mrs. George P. Tosca Mr. Mrs. Robert Sweeney Mr. Mrs. Frank Ginny Garguilo Mrs. Alice O ' Connor Mr. Mrs. William McCarthy Mr. Mrs. Henry Rist Mr. Mrs. Norman W. Gay Mr. Mrs. Frank R. Comita Mr. Mrs. Arthur O. Zinnell Mr. Mrs. John Maltman Rev. Mrs. Harry Soper, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Glenn Gill Capt. Mrs. James R. Kelley SILVER PATRONS Peace in 72 — E. R. Lyons Family Mr. Mrs. Lothar N. Laub Mr. Mrs. Walter J. McEwan Mr. Mrs. Robert Wisgirde •Mr. Mrs. John F. Murphy Mr. Mrs. Chester Kosinski B204 A409 Debbie, Sue, Jeff, Arthur, Gail, Sue Mr. Mrs. Charles Dmhowski Mr. Mrs. William J. Zaiser Mr. Mrs. D. L. Converse, Jr. " From the Big Spenders of D209! " Congratulations, Grads of 72 — Mr. Mrs. Samuel D. Minet Mr. Mrs. Joseph H. Geden Mr. Mrs. James J. Connolly Mr. Mrs. John I. Power Mr. Mrs. James Callanan Congratulations, Class of 72 — B305 Mr. Mrs. Irving Chait The Lumbago Three Mr. Mrs. Carl Olson Mr. Mrs. Joseph D. Coffey PATRONS Pablo Debbie JGD Jan Dave Linda Carl Mr. Joseph Delley Hail to Mr. K. D207 Brevity is the Root of All Evil Junior Beavers Hi— Kel, Inc. Diane Mark Salt Pepper B31 2: In Everything, We ' d like to say, good luck to you in ' 72 A403: Good Luck to the Class of ' 72 Jayne John D203 With regards from a friend Patti Smith D106 Nunzio To fluke from I fluke To J. Grent to know you D107 Hey Jude Diane Bob Mr. Mrs. Manuel Silva Mr. Mrs. Edward A. Hanley, Jr. Mr. Mrs. James A. Cole Mr. Mrs. Robert J. Mooney Mr. Mrs. William Arnatt Laura Bob B203 B210 D212 D204 D104 D302 Tim D309 191 In the vacant places We will build with new bricks There are hands and machines And clay for new brick And lime for new mortar Where the bricks are fallen We will build with new stone Where the beams are rotten We will build with new timbers Where the word is unspoken We will build with new speech There is work together A Church for all And a job for each Every man to his work. from " The Rock " T. S. Eliot QUEEN and COURT Elizabeth Root, Denise Pebworth, Nancy McPherson, Ann Hall, (Queen), Debra DiStefano, Diane Clark, Ann Marie McLaughlin, Sandra Sammartino, Valerie Gill, Linda Levine, Dawn Daly Debra Ledin. Reception Photos by Blackwell Commencement Photos by Blackwell Class Night Awards June 7, 1972 AMERICAN LEGION SILVER MEDAL Richard S. Syrek D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Jean C. Donoghue DRY POND ASSOCIATION AWARD Dana W. Zaiser FIELDBROOK YOUNG WOMAN ' S AWARD Mary E. Cachopa HENRY W. WILSON MEMORIAL AWARD Elizabeth A. Root NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AWARDS CERTIFICATES OF NATIONAL MERIT Susan R. Laub Deborah J. Medeiros LETTERS OF COMMENDATION Gregory E. Ellis Leslie A. Fraser Linda A. MacKeen Jane A. Morris STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD Jean C. Donoghue STOUGHTON JAYCEE WIVES AWARD Joan S. Peterson STOUGHTON MINERVA LODGE, DAUGHTERS OF ITALY AWARD Dianne M. Sestito STOUGHTON POLICEWOMEN ' S AWARD John F. Atkinson STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB JUNIORS AWARD Brenda J. Wade STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS M Jane A. Morris Business Education Kathleen M. O ' Neill Dramatics James M. Rusiiko English Leslie A. Fraser Foreign Language Susan R. Laub Home Economics Brenda J. Wade Industrial Arts Richard W. Martin Instrumental Music Walter Andruchow Journalism Linda S. Levine Mathematics Susan R. Laub Physical Education (Boys) Kenneth P. Lyons Physical Education (Girls) Denise Carrara Science Timothy G. Clancy Social Studies Leslie A. Fraser Vocal Music Kenneth P. Gay COMMENCEMENT AWARDS Class of 1972 June 9, 1972 ANDREW WONG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Laura Christine Olson BROCKTON PUBLIC MARKET SCHOLARSHIP Mary Edith Ambrose BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABORATORIES SCHOLARSHIP Dorothy Brundige DR. CHARLES H. GRAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Kevin Patrick Kelly EDWIN A. JONES PRIZES Timothy Garrett Clancy Susan Rachel Laub THE FRANK VOGEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Kevin Patrick Kelly FRED AND SARAH LIPSKY ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP Cathy-Ann M. Zawaski FRED C. PHILLIPS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Thomas Damian McShea KIM MEAD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Dawn Marie Daly K. of C. Lt, KENNETH DONAHUE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Bruce Eric Powell MICHAEL ROMANUCK POST 1645 AND LADIES ' AUXILIARY AND MILITARY ORDER OF COOTIES, P. T. 69 SCHOLARSHIP Brian Francis Duffy RICHARD M. FITZPATRICK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS Lynne Frances LeBlanc Bruce Eric Powell SHAWMUT, INC. SCHOLARSHIP Kathleen Marie O ' Neill SIMEONE STONE CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP Timothy Garrett Clancy STOUGHTON BOOSTERS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Denise Carrara Kevin Patrick Kelly STOUGHTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-JAMES A. KELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Ronald Lewis Chait STOUGHTON CHAPTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AWARD Robert Anthony Jardin STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Jean M. Comita STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP Walter Andruchow STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL THESPIAN SCHOLARSHIPS Ronald Lewis Chait Laura Christine Olson STOUGHTON LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Theresa Marie Rodrigues STOUGHTON LITTLE LEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP Laureen Ann Dolloff STOUGHTON LODGE NO. 72, I. O O F. SCHOLARSHIP Paul William Gerbick STOUGHTON LODGE NO. 150, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-MYRON E. GARBER AWARD Susan Jean Ardizzoni STOUGHTON P.T.A. SCHOLARSHIP Susan Rae Brien STOUGHTON POST 1645, VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARDS-ELMER E. PARSONS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Nancy Marie Roderigues STOUGHTON PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Charles Benedict Joseph, Jr. STOUGHTON ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Richard Ralph Hopkins STOUGHTON SITTER SERVICE SCHOLARSHIPS Gail Kaminskas Deborah Jean Medeiros STOUGHTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS Jean M. Comita Kenneth Paul Gay Linda Susan Levine Deborah Jean Medeiros STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Jane Amy Morris STOUGHTON YOUNG CITIZENS SCHOLARSHIP Katherine Anne Mackie WEST STOUGHTON CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC., SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Jayne Marie Curry STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FUND AWARDS Leslie Ann Fraser Susan Rachel Laub Roseanne Claire Canavan Linda Ann MacKeen Beverly Ruth Berman Maryjane Lee Canavan Bernard Vincent Cullen III Michelle Dmohowski Gregory Earl Ellis Valerie Jean Gill Darlene Louise Lavalle Richard James Minot Keith Charles Nobil INDEX ADMINISTRATION Guidance 119 High School Administration 15 Staff 118 Superintendent and School Committee 14 ADVERTISEMENTS 179-191 ART DEPARTMENT 86, 87 ASSEMBLIES 62 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 36. 37 DEBATE CLUB 71 DEDICATION 2, 3 ECOLOGY CLUB 114 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 54-57 FALL ACTIVITIES 32-35 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 96, 97 FRESHMAN CLASS 90-95 FUTURE TEACHERS 77 HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 78, 79 HONOR SOCIETY 68 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 66, 67 JOURNALISM 100. 101 JUNIOR CLASS 20-25 JUNIOR PROM 98, 99 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 17-19 MEMORIUM 84 MUSIC DEPARTMENT 58-60 PATRONS 190-191 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 26, 27 READING DEPARTMENT AND SPECIAL EDUCATION 61 ROLL OF HONOR 69 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 115-117 SENIORS 120-178 SENIOR CLASS PLAY 46 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 82, 83 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 1 08-1 1 0 SOPHOMORE CLASS 48-53 SPEECH-DRAMA DEPARTMENT 80. 81, 88, 89 SPORTS Action Shots 42, 65. 74-76. 102. 103. 106. 107, 113 Cross Country 28 Field Hockey 29 Football 30. 31 Scoreboard 1 1 2 Seniors 64 Winter Sports Teams 38-41 STUDENT COUNCIL 70 WINTER ACTIVITIES 44, 45 YEARBOOK STAFF 1 1 1 Photo Credits (and thanks): Mr. Blackwell, Mr. Gregory. Mr. Maioli. Mr. Allen Murray. Walter Andruchow, Maryjane Canavan, Gary Fredericksen, Tom Gillon, Howard Gray, Debbie Guertin, Steve Kurlansky, Susan Laub, Janice Maker. Allen Prodouz, Marty Rich, Stuart Seeley. John Ventresco. V
Suggestions in the Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.