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

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li CLASS OF Wf Stoughton High School Stoughton, Massachusetts S c Wc cvXty 11 5e.mcf6 35 (JtttVltteu 97 u erdPcuj nftu 129 5 p nU 145 A young boy builds castles in the sand . . . He shapes and forms until he has structured his castle Years of schooling have shaped and formed our structures . . . of friends . . . of relationships . . , of knowledge Permanent, solid, enduring ... or so they appear And so dpes ke sand castle appear to the young boy. .xL ' - ' tf ■ - by doing things with others ' ! V?. vi But where do we go from here . . . Do we let the wind determine our destiny, or follow the sun as it sets, leading us to another tomorrow 9 COVER PHOTOGRAPHY: Priscilla Whelan " 74. Susan Stickler ' 74, Mr. James O ' Donnell. Mark Spencer ' 74, Mr. Donald Bemier. MRS. RICHMOND (Director, Business Education) Get rid of the gum. BUSINESS EDUCATION MR, BOUSHELL " If you want to know how to run a big business — ask the man who hasn ' t any. " MR A McCarthy Show enthusiasm! MISS BUCKLEY This is not a social hour. MR. MAIOLI Try it — get your feet wet — you may Uke it! MISS DOHERTY Put your gum in the basket. 13 MR BERNIER It takes dexterity to type — that ' s why I write . . . MRS RABOUIN Turn around and be quiet. ENGLISH MR. COEN MRS. WEDDLETON (Coordinator, English) Be a person to whom everything Dracula, where are you now that comes as a surprise, we need you? MRSKRALSh MRS ROSENTHAL " Before you judge someone, walk To teach is to learn, around in his shoes for a while. " —A iiicus 14 " Another ungrammatical creature is the owl that always hoots to who instead of to whom ' ' MRS. DOHERTY MR. FLORMAN " Literature is printed nonsense. " " The tygers of wrath are wiser than --August Strindberg the horses of instruction. " -William Blake MISS WELCH MISS MOORE " Nothing great is ever achieved He only hves, who living enjoys life, without enthusiasm. " —Ralph Waldo Emerson MR. CLARK Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you are responsible. MR CHAMBERLAIN " A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. " —Henry Adams MR COLOMBO It ' s a great year to be a Democrat. 15 MR MCLELLAN " Fact " is the sweetest dream that labor knows. MR HrZMALRlCE " And the humble shall be exalted. ' 16 MISS COPPENRATH " L ' accent est Tame du discours, il lui donne le sentiment et la verite. " --Rousseau FOREIGN LANGUAGE " Every language is a temple, in which the soul of those who speak it is enshrined. " OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES 17 FOREIGN LANGUAG MISS FERULLO ' Buenos dias " MR. SANTORO " C ' est fantastique! " MRS. BAILEY " God sends meat and the devil sends cooks. " MISS MacINTYRE Director " Smile " .MRS. HARVEY " What do you think I am ... a guide sheet? " HOME ECONOMICS MISS DRISCOLL ' Is it soup yet? " MRS. BARRETT " The discovery of a new dish does more for man ' s happiness than the discovery of a star. " 18 MRS. COULTER " You need not wonder that diseases are beyond counting: count the cooks. " MRS. NESTOR " A fat kitchen, a lean will. " INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. LeCLAIRE ' Let ' s settle down, gentlemen. ' MR. FINN ' You do it be creative. " MR. SPACK ' My shoes are tight. " MR. McDERMOTT ' Always wear safety glasses. " MR. WALSH " All right fellows, get in here. ' 19 INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. NESSAR " It ' s a photo! " MR. SAUTTER " No comment. " MR CIARDI " It ' s going to be a bright, bright, sunshiney day. " MR. DOWNS " The intelligent have a right over the ignorant; namely, the right of instructing them. " --Emerson MATHEMATICS MRS. KROL " Universality is the best. ' -Pascal MRS. HART " He teaches who gives, and he learns who receives. " --Plautus i MR. KELLOGG " Seniors: It is my sincere hope that your four years here have been more than 720 days of classes. " MR. CABRAL, Coordinator " Cookery has become an art. a noble science; cooks are gentlemen. " —Robert Burton MR. AALPOEL " Time for a little party. " MR. SULLIVAN " Keep hold of instruction, do not let go; guard her for she is your hfe. " --Proverbs MR. lACOBACCI " Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is the probable reason why so few engage in it. " --Henry Ford MR. D ' AGOSTINO " At learning ' s fountain it is sweet to d rink, But ' tis a nobler privilege to think. " G. Saxe MISS SAYLOR " To educate the intelligent is to enlarge the horizon of its desires and wants. " -J. R. Lowell MRS. SAVICKI " The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money. " --Thomas Jeffersort MR. WOODRUFF " For your relaxation and enjoyment, page 285, numbers 1- 50. " 21 MISS DANDRATA ' He means well ' is useless, unless he does well. " -Plautus MR. CHRISTIANSON ' Music, the mosaic of the Air. " --Andrew Marvell MR. STOTT ' It ' s been a pretty good six years. ' MRS. DOLAN " Speak clearly if you speak at all; Carve every word before you let it fall. " --Oliver Wendell Holmes DRAMA- SPEECH SPECIAL ED. MR. LeGROW, Coordinator " When a musician hath forgot his note, he makes as though a crumb stuck in his throat. " --John Clarke MUSIC READING MRS. PFAU " Error itself may be happy chance. " -- Whitehead MRS. MacQUOWN " The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. " MISS LYNCH " I ' m only going to say it once. ' 22 -Aristotle MR. ZAPUSTAS, Director " It is a silly game where nobody wins. " MR. CULLEN " This is a sport which makes the body ' s very liver curl with enjoyment. " —Mark Twain --Thomas Fuller MRS. FOLEY ' Live to love. Love to live. " PHYSICAL EDUCATION MISS HERN " The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil. " --Ralph Waldo Emerson MR. JACKMAN " We burn daylight. " 23 MR. DOUGLAS ' He who finds himself, loses his misery. " --Maithew Arnold MR. GREGORY, Coordinator, and MR. HART " The man who ' s gone completely metric " . . . " Get into your cells. " SCIENCE Science is a cemetery of dead ideas. " -MIGUEL DE UNA M UNO MRS. KAUFFMAN ' One at a time, please. " MR. ZEELAND " Science is the great antidote to the poison of enthusiasm and superstition. " —Adam Smith MR. MONTI ' Science is nothing but perception. ' MR. FEDORA " Science when well digested is nothing but good sense and reason. " -■Stanislaus 24 MR. CIDADO " True science teaches above all, to doubt and to be ignorant. " --Miguel de Unamuno MR. FANNING " Science is a great game. It is inspiring and refreshing. The playing field is the universe itself. " —Isidor I. Rabi MR. SARNO ' You ' re next move is the greenhouse. ' ' MR. PEIRCE Loved by all because he ' s " The Prince. ' MR. MACCINI " To know me, is to love me. " MR. NASSISE " That ' s it gang, you win the silver salami. " 25 MISS HERRERA " All must be earnest in a world like ours. " —Horatius Bona MR. DAWE " Studies serve for delight, for ornament and for ability. " --Francis Bacon MR. DALY " Historians relate, not so much what is done, as what they would have believed. " --Ben Franklin MR. EDMONSTON ' I want it done my way. " MISS FRENCH " Selves are made to rise above. You shall live in what you love. " -Piet He in MR. E. McCarthy " The history of the world is the record of a man in quest of his daily bread and butter. " —van Loon MR. LYNCH The past lives within us. " MR. GORMLEY " Come, my friends, ' tis not too late to seek a newer world. Push off and sitting well in order mite to the sounding furrows, for my purpose holds to sail beyond the sunset, and the baths of all the western stars, until I die. " --Tennvson 26 MR GREEN MR. CORMIER MR. McDONALD " To be always the best. " " History is philosophy learned from " History, by appraising men of the past, examples. " will enable them to judge the future. " --Dionvsius --Thomas Jefferson MR. ERICKSON MR. BUCKLIN " History teaches everything, even the " This year ' s seniors are tops. " future. " -■Lamartine 27 , 23. of l ' ' - , stai " ' ' - ' - " " .1 con r« " Class , yo " ,„€e9si° " ' s ' " ' ' rrAft . and a „ .ide V " " - «IS. T.rfV-s of Stool . " " tne Xdoal V " t- l:j --:,..„f -; £- i, TO THE rLA- S OP 197 4.: ConRratulations i For years you have worked toward this day and now It has arrived. It will brlrv; joj to many of you and aadnesa alao. Joy that you have accomplished so much and sadness in that you must part with many of your friends. Many of you had no set goals and so we attempted to satisfy your desires by providing many courses of instruction with the hope of deveiopinc; interests. In some courses, we hoped to provide the basic tools of life. In others, we tried to satisfy your special Interests and to aevelop a sense of values. In our daily contacts, we tried to create a feeling of respect for our neighbors and authority. We hope that we succeeded. Personally, I was fond of this class. It contained so many young people who were wonaerful. Many excelled in the classroom. Others demonstrated great ability in sports. Still others were great as Individuals. Working and talking with you was truly a very satisfying experience for me. I hope that you profited too. Whatever road you take, if we can be of any further service to you, please call on us. I do hope that your Commencement is the beginning of a new and fuller life. My best wishes for happy and prosperous lives for ail of you ana your families. Sincerely yo DR. PETER J. SPERANDIO Prin cipal MR. ARTHUR L. PENARDI Assistant Principal HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION mm f — ; s ' sac MR. ROBERT J. McLAUGHLIN Administrative Assistant 29 MR. JOSEPH H. GIBBONS Superintendent of Schools DR. DANIEL HUGHES Deputy Superintendent CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION DR. JOHN MURRAY Assistant Superintendent 30 STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE Seated: Miss Mary LaCivita, recording secretary; Dr. Joseph Harrington, Chairman; Mrs. Joanne Blomstrom; Mr. Richard Murphy. Standing: Dr. John Murray, Asst. Supt.; Mr. Joseph H. Gibbons, Supt.; Dr. Daniel Hughes, Dep. Supt.; Mr. Frederick Stanton, Faculty Representative; Mr. Kenneth Hill, secretary; Carol Wessling, ' 74, Student Representative. MISS LaCIVITA MRS. DOLLOFF MRS. DAWE MRS. MILLER MRS. CROWLEY MRS. LARSEN MRS. ANDERSON MISS CORRADO HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION A eniors ' ' The Man Who I Came to Dinner " SENIOR PLAY Dec. 7-8. 1973 SPAGHETTI SUPPER October 20, 1973 " The greatest good for the greatest number . . . and I ' m number one! " " Reach right in and see what you can find. ' 38 Queen Kathy Tracey and escort David Harju PIECES OF APRIL JUNIOR PROM APRIL 28, 1973 MR. GARY ERICKSON Senior Class Advisor Working with the class of 74 has given me the opportu- nity to see students in activities other than academic. I am impressed by the manner in which the students conducted their fund raising and social activities. The situations en- countered, were in many cases, alien to their past ex- periences. By working together, they surmounted the diffi- culties and learned something about life and people. The experiences I enjoyed with the Class of 74 will be part of my most gratifying reminiscence. II Class of 1974 The Class of 74 would like to thank Mr. Gary Erickson for the time and devotion he has given us for the past three years. He has listened to our many disagreements at executive board meetings and assisted us at our class functions. We are very grateful for his help. IS Senior Class Officers and Executive Board Kenneth Golder (president), Mary Galanis (secretary), Kevin McCarthy (vice president), Brett Maclnnes (treasurer). Front Row: Kathy Flaherty, Mary Jane Locantore, Karen Kane, Gail Kracov, Cathy Limbey, Jill Gaffney, Jane Brown, Annemarie Pascarelli, Joanna Rego, Maureen Keller, Sherri Lang, Cheryl Garber, Linda Schubarth, Maureen Murphy. Second row; Karen Martin, Kathy McEwan, Lynne O ' Reilly, Marybeth Tallarida, Maureen Murphy, Jan Sweeney, Jenny Hemeon, Janice McPherson. Janice Whittaker, Cheryl Richardson, Mary Galanis, Anne Curran, Denyce Musial, Cheryl McDermott, Debbi CuUen, Marge Lombard, Daphne Daly, Pat McHugh. Third row: Brett Maclnnes, Debbie Collins, Alicia Abramowicz. Kathy McAvoy, Linda Sugrue, Diane Yetman, Susan Gallagher, Kathy Tracey, Bruce Bucklin, Jack Gaffney, Kevin McCarthy, Bob Curley, Jack Zawalich, Ned Hochmuth, Glen Ilacqua, Eddie Ivaldi, Scott Linde lof, Harley Ostis, Ken Golder. ALICIA C. ABRAMOWICZ " Grinch " ... remembers 5 18 73 at Sweetie ' s ... Jr. Prom time . . . hiding in the front seat of a white Vette . . . cheering and Mac ... to go to school and teach the handicapped ... to trap someone into marriage . . . I 9 1 ELVIRA G. ALMEIDA " Ellie " . . . over-excited, talkative, friendly, crazy ... to visit Portugal . . . pet peeve-shoe factories . . . " What a dragz- " ... to live a long and happy life . . . " The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face " . . . TERRY M. AMATI " Some are bound for happiness . . . Some are bound for glory . . . Some are bound to live with less . . . Who can tell your story? " Neil Young PETER T. ANASTAS " Pierre " . . . Paris to Nice . . . spazzing out on tennis courts . . . " California Girls " . . . Beer Here! . . . offing . . . trucking to Canada . . . " Hi Fuzzy! " . . . " Why do we never get an answer, while we ' re knocking on the door? " MICHAEL A. ANDREWS " Portagee " . . . quiet, happy, errat . . . " Ask me if I care " . . . the garas . . . pet peeve-two-faced people . wipe out prejudice . . . memories ranks in the cafe. Jr. Prom wit Karen . . . " Colour My World " . . . i go to college and get into the seen service . . . THOMAS ANDREWS The field ... " I believe you " . . . party . . . 11 8 73 . . . ranking down fingers . . . Gepe . . . " Dream On " . . . STEVEN M. ARMSTRONG " Charmin " . . . " Grow your own " . . . Tom Rush . . . Jop, Mindy, and Greta ' s . . . " Bone Sweet, Bon Suite " . . . Pesky in the box . . . golfin ' in the rain . . . pihng on the pickles at Ratty ' s . . . spiffed in the cow pastures STEPHEN M. ATKINSON " Steve " . . . friendly, easy going . . " Just Great " ... pet peeve-homework . . . to go to college ... to be a success . . " Free Ride " . . . KAREN M. AUDLEE " Short Stop " . . . crazy, mischievous, gullible . . . " Oh, neato! " . . . Found with " Popa " ... pet peeve-ignorant and selfish people . . . " Colour My World " . . . goofing off with Bish and Bake . . . ANNE M. AUDLEE ' Annie " . . . friendly, gullible, quiet . . football games . . . pet peeve- auck-up people and liars . . . Chicago, " Feeling Stronger " ants to visit England ... to rventually marry and be happy . . . JOHN S. BAGLOLE " Bags " . . . found at Andy ' s, the Gibbon ' s school, or Debgi ' s . . . remembers E205 and the gang, " Pieces of April " , the Family, Festivals . . . " Colour My World " . . . " Yah, right " . . . " sure " ... pet peeve-two faced people . . . hopes to be a successful language teacher . . . LYNDA M. BAKER " Bakes " . . . found with the kids or driving around in " Harold " . . . " Go to hJI " . . . would like to have equality among all ... " Ruby Tuesday " ... to become a bookkeeper and visit Alaska . . . GAYLE A. BARKER " For my people, let a new earth rise . . . Let another world be born . . . Let a new race of black men full of the " eternal soul of pride " rise and take control . . . " 45 DEBRA A. BARTLETT " Debbie " . . . happy, crazy, gullible pet peeve-people who are insensitive . . . " Satisfaction " . . . remembers 5 28 73 ... a certain ride . . . Latin classes with the " Pro " . . . peace ... to get the most out of life JEANNE M. BEAUDOIN Athletic, moody, crazy . . . " Colour My World " . . . pet peeve-coaches with favorites . . . gym . . . field hockey, gymnastics, track . . . cherishes her license ... to become a COLLEEN D. BENSON " Colleen " . . . gullible, moody, friendly, quiet . . . " Are you serious? " ... pet peeve-phony and insincere people, top lockers . . . plans to teach the mentally retarded . . . " Colour My World " . . . WENDY J. BISHOP Gullible . . . " Where ' s my kiss? " . . . found with Mike ... pet peeve-selfish people . . . hopes to have eternal happiness and children . . . world peace . . . skipping in D2nd . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young JOHN M. BINDBEUTEL " It is easy to speculate and even easier to leap to mind-blowing conclusions. We must try instead to assemble the many fragments of tantalizing evidence and attempt to construct the whole. We must admit just how stupid we really are. " John A. Keel DAVID B. BLANCHARD Dave . . . friendly ... to make money . . . " Chicago " . . . DEBORAH J. BLANCHARD " Debbie " . . . quiet . . . " Ya know " . . . can be found in Maine ... pet peeve-Marshall Papertube Co. . . . " Chicago " . . . peace in the country ... to stop violence ... to travel and go to college . . . GREGORY A. BOC " Ernie " . . . friendly, lazy . . . " Rambling Man " ... pet peeve- Mondays after vacations . . . remembers hockey, tying Canton . . . wishes there was no college tuition ... to help people . . , plans to go to college . . . 46 STEPHEN A. BOSSE " Steve " ... a good con-artist . . . " You ' ve got no class " . . . Social Club . . . pet peeve-jocks ... to travel ... to be a success ... no poverty . . . almost making the team during A hr. commons . . . " Colour My World " . . . SHS had its ups and downs . . . STEVEN BOU SHELL " Steve " . . . friendly . . . summers on Cape Cod at " Snatch Alley " . . . unrestricted commons of 72-73 . . . " Whiter Shade of Pale " . . . would like to return to Europe to ski . . . AMY C. BREZNER " Aime " . . . " Bummer " ... the beach ... to eliminate prejudice . . . Jeff Beck . . . Aerosmith concert . . . being stranded in Randolph in pajamas ... to go to school . . . JANE E. BROWN " Brownie " . . . friendly, talkative, mischievous . . . " What a rush " . . . Rutharme ' s ... pet peeve- selfish people . . . Beach Boys . . . to graduate . . . wishes for a cure for mental illness . . . remembers ' 72 football game against NA . . . a future in hairdressing . . . PETE D. BROOKS " Brooksey " . . . " Keep your face on it! " . . . Pinecrest Acres ... pet peeve-color black . . . Black Sabbath . . . would like to drive a truck . . . MARK E. BRUCE " Bruce " . . . musical, fun loving, adventurous . . . " You ' re full of ... " ... pet peeve-tempermental drama teachers . . . Sherri . . . " Taxi " . . . hopes music department gets recognition it deserves ... to get a gold record . . . future music teacher . . . BRUCE E. BUCKLIN " Bucky " . . . studious, ambitious, athletic . . . Fiestas with Ned . . . remembers getting sent to the office in 6th grade . . . Wiggles . . . found with Jack, Kinny, McCardy . . . Picnic in Sawyer Lake . . . culinary delights of the Rat ... to be a pro like Charmin . . . pride . . . 1 THOMAS J. BUTLER " But " . . . athletic, lazy, quiet . . . " yeah, sure, tell me about it " ... pet peeve- snobby girls . . . remembers football . . . " Colour My World " . . . wishes all wars would stop ... to be an architect . . . PATRICK J. BYRON Pat . . . friendly, talkative . . . pet peeve- homeroom, two years in a row . . . hopes to be happy . . . remembers Mr. Woodruffs math class . . . Chicago " 25 or 6 to 4 " ... controlled commons . . . the Bruins . . . the Chicago concert . . . Sunday at Rattles . . . JOHN R. CADDELL Jack . . . fun loving . . . beach . . . pet peeve-narrow-minded people ... to own a 90 thousand dollar house . . . stop poverty . . . Iron Butterfly ... to be an electrician . . . RICHARD M. CAMERON JR. " Dizzy Bizzy " . . . " shoo-bop shoo-bop " . . . found at Munchkin, Copley Square . . . Sha-na-na . . . remembers the shows, chorus, and festivals . . . " Milk is cool " JOSEPH J. CANAVAN " I could scale the blue air, I could plough the high hills; Oh, I could kneel all night in prayer, to heal your many ills! My Dark Rosaleen! My Fond Rosaleen! Would give me life and soul anew! " I JEAN E. CASTILION " Alley Cat " . . . musical, " typical " ... to be a chemist . . . pet peeve-people afraid to do something the " in crowd " doesn ' t . . . wants to see the world . . . remembers April in Paris, Chem II labs. May 1st . . . Deep Purple, The Stones . . . CHESTER N. CHIPMAN " Chet " . . . unfeeling, loud, and mean ... a dark cavern . . . " Pinball Wizard " . . . pet peeve-people cracking their knuckles . . . wants an end to all social problems . . . Mr. Sarno ' s Biology classes that turned into parties . . . LEE CIRCEO The secret of life is not to do what one likes, but to try to like that which one has to do. SHEREE A. CATALANO " You have to be kidding " . . . friendly, quiet ... a dance floor . . . stop war, crime ... get rid of drugs . . . pet peeve- snobs . . . remembers-football games . . . " Free Ride " ... to be happily married ROBERT J. CEVEN Quiet . . . found with Pam . . . commons with a certain person . . . Aerosmith, " Dream On " . . . hopes to go to college MICHAEL A. CHRISTOPHER Mike . . . happy, satisfied, hungover . . . Rat Mama ' s . . . Miss Herrera ' s biology class ... to go in service, then school . . . to leap a building in a single bound . . . Haircut of ' 73 ... Poems, Prayers and Promises . . . MARIA C. CIMILDORO . . . friendly, outgoing . " Put " peeve-senior rules . " Colour My World " crisis ... to be a married . . . pet the basement . . . . . stop the energy secretary and get BRADLEY CLARK We are here to add what we can to, not to get what we can from, life. RUSSELL D. CLOUGH " Russ " . . . blonde, hard to understand, carefree . . . biology with the " Prince " . . . plans to take a bike hike to California . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . wished for a swim team ... to go to college and become a good teacher . . . PAULA M. COBBETT " Catch ya later " . . . sensitive, with a sense of humor . . . become a successful accountant . . . pet peeve-two- faced people . . . society ' s grudges . . . remembers 73 Cheerleader ' s Dance . . . basketball games . . . " Silent Sunlight " . . . DENISE E. COFFEY " Coff . . . athletic, stubborn, bumptious . . . " Everything great or precious is lonely " . . . church ... to go to college, play field hockey . . . " Nantucket Sleighride " , Jethro Tull . . . remembers field hockey, softball, Switzerland with Lori, Pat, Jean . . . SUSAN M. COHENNO Friendly, crazy, happy . . . 2 3 73 . . . Junior Prom-peach-day after . . . daisies . . . found with Danny . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . plans to be a nurse and live at the beach . . . MARCIA COLBERT I am only one, but still 1 am one ... I cannot do everything, but still I can do something . . . And because I cannot do everything, 1 will not refuse to do the something that I can do. JEANNE E. COLETTI " Stephanie " . . . " Let ' s Get it On " . . . remembers Zombies . . . You can ' t live in the past, nor in the future. Live now and be thankful . . . PATRICIA M. COLETTI " Patty " . . . moody, crazy, happy . . . " You ' re a pain " . . . Wobum . . . missing the soaps ... to be a hairdresser . . . being late every day . . . " Why me. Lord? " . . . SHS-I loved it, that ' s why I kept coming back . . . DAVID A. COLP " Dave " . . . sociable, funny . . . " What? " ... The Jones, 711 DEBORAH L. COLLINS " Debbie " . . . laughable . . . " Tell me you ' re kidding! " ... a park bench at Riverdale . . . pet peeve-waiting ... a certain red light . . . espionage with Karen ... an all nighter . . . Al Green . . . to go to college . . . West Street . sprained ankles winning track . . . Chicago . . and then go . . pet peeve- . . . remembers championship plans to work to college . . . hopes to go to Florida ALBERT E. CONLON JR. " Big Al " , " Goof . . . " Don ' t worry about it " . . . remembers Miss Flangheddy . . . " Incense and Peppermints " . . . during my senior year SHS got almost unbearable . . . to become an accountant . . . MARGARET M. COLLINS " Peggy " . . . quiet, happy . . . " You ' re kidding? What a bummer! " . . . pet peeve- conceited people . . . wishes to be happy and successful in whatever I do . . . remembers Mr. McCarthy ' s class, junior study . . . " Beginnings " ... to enter nursing . . . TINA MARIA E. COMMUNALE One of a kind . . . Martha ' s Vineyard ... pet peeve-cliques . . . French ... to learn how to park a car . . . all the fun in sports, our last field hockey game, " Roll Me Over " . . . AUman Brothers, Livingston Taylor . . . DONNA M. CONNOLLY Small, gullible, happy . . . " Buzz off . . . Maine . . . found with Danny . . . 7 9 72 . . . AX- 1756 . . . remembers wiping out in Mr. McCarthy ' s room . . . " You Made Me So Very Happy " ... to travel . . . JOAN E. COOGAN " The time has come the Walrus said . . . to talk of many things ... of shoes and ships and sealing wax ... of cabbages and kings . . . And why the sea is boiling hot . . . And whether pigs have wings. " SYLVIA COOPER " Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. " R. Frost MARY COSTELLO " Of all the means to insure happiness throughout the whole of life, by far the most important is the acquisition of friends. " Epicurus PATRICIA A. COTTER " Pat " . . . outgoing . , . " Hey Man! " . . . pet peeve-Enghsh compositions . . . plans to finish out her years at Newberry ' s . . . remembers 73 Cheerleader ' s Dance . . . JAYNE M. COURTNEY Memories of Sharon . . . Bari . . . Northeastern and the foot ... 10 . . . Chicago ... 13 ... Marty . . . " oh cute " . . . Mr. Sarno—the animal lover . . . Jimmy . . . JAMES R. COWGILL " Bull-lung " . . . quiet, shy, always kiddin ' . . . " You ' re a dink " . . . Mr. Pierce ' s old sayings ... pet peeve-people who think they ' re too good for others . . . " He Ain ' t Heavy, He ' s My Brother " ... to have true friends . . . glad to leave . . . JAMES R. CRAWFORD " Harry " . . . tall, blonde . . . plans to live the life around him . . . wouldn ' t change a thing, except environment ... pet peeve-interval quarters . . . AUman Brothers . . . remembers cross-country and track teams . . . BRIAN J. CREAN " Brian " . . . moody, restless . . . " you ' re crazy pal " . . . Sue ' s kitchen ... pet peeve-people arguing . . . football, English classes . . . " Sounds of Silence " ... to join Boston Police Force . . . NEIL A. CRONIN The misuse of science is responsible for many of the world ' s most serious problems, but only by the enlightened use of science will we solve them . . . " The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible " Albert Einstein JANIS E. CROSBY " Croz " . . . tall, friendly, crazy . . . " One more then I gotta go " ... pet peeve- getting up in the morning . . . living to the fullest and be happy ... my friends and 6 9 73 . . . wishes teachers understood students more . . . CAROL A. CROSS " Forever as long as forever lasts " . . . " Words " . . . sensitive, sentimental . . . pet peeve- " know-it-alls " . . . Society ' s grudges . . . memories-freshman car wash, 72-73 basketball season. DEBORAH A. CULLEN " Debbi " . . . laughing, freckled . . . " Oh, well " . . . " Ya know " . . . memories: majorettes. Junior Prom, 9 29 73, mountain climbing, Marybeth ' s parties, junior class trip . . . " My Love " ... to make others happy ... pet peeve-friends who aren ' t ... to be a nurse . . . ROBERT F. CURLEY " Curls " . . . Fry it, Sally Joe ... Come ooon Chuckle . . . Mr. " C " ' s with Vinny, McCarty, and Zawalich . . . dedicates his life to Mrs. D. ... OH, Babe! . . . Fiesta with Ned . . . college bound . . . Good luck and thank you . . . ANNE MARIE CURRAN " Anne " . . . quiet, friendly, sincere, active . . . " ReallyT ' . . . " If . . . " Precious and Few " . . . majorettes . . . Junior Class trip . . . 9 29 73 . . . found at the tennis courts . . . DAPHNE M. DALY " Duck " . . . " 87 times " ... the rock, path, dam, field . . . jocklettes . . . found with the oogies . . . majorettes . . . Junior Prom-switch . . . " number 2 " ... Atom Baum ' s class . . . DENISE DARDANO " If you live according to nature, you will never be poor; if according to the world ' s opinion, you will never be rich. " Epicurus DONNA T. DASHNER Quiet, silly, gullible . . . " Oh, Wow! " . . . found at Gary ' s place . . . remembers the trip to New York . . . " Dream On " . . . wishes for peace . . . hopes to make lots of money . . . pet peeve-gym ... to be married . . . RONALD J. DAY " Ricky " . . . " Really? " ... to go to college . . . track . . . pet peeve- interval 220 ' s . . . Dooby Brothers . . . to have a good time . . . RICHARD G. DAY " Ronnie " . . . " Tell me about it " . . . hopes to get more snow ... pet peeve-dances . . . Jethro TuU . . . plans to go to college . . . JOHN DANDRADE " Goose " . . . " only kidding " . . . found at Canton St . . . pet peeve- snobs . . . construction work ... to be happy ... A and F hour commons . . . Chicago . . . I ' m happy to be out of SHS . . . 54 KERRY E. DAWE " Crash " . . . crazy and sensitive . . . pet peeve-Toyotas . . . " Oh, Hello! " . . . found with Bessy at Resnik ' s . . . " Colour My World " . . . wishes to be happy . . . IVIICHAEL DEAN " No man ' s knowledge here can go beyond his experience. " John Locke IVIARIAN DEBOW " Dosie " . . . " Dig it " . . . parties . . . plans to be a legal secretary . . . school- " It ' s like a prison " . . . " Let ' s Get It On " , Ecstasy . . . I JOANNE DELANEY Found with Greg . . . never forget 10 8 73 . . . treasures her diamond . . . good times in Maine . . . pet peeve- people who don ' t care . . . Canton Senior Prom ... the Navy ... to get married and be happy . . . ROBIN A. DENNENO " Rob " . . . " Laugh and the world laughs with you " . . . happy, carefree . . . found at Denneno ' s with the gang . . . wicked sharp . . . " Rackit " . . . enjoys music, people . . . sports . . . Junior Prom . . . 9 2 73 . . . " It ' s Too Late " . . . memories of the drum corp . . . FRED DePINA One can acquire everything in solitude- except character. Henri Beyle JEFF M. DeMELLO " Jefr ' . . . found under the car ... pet peeve- Registry ... a future engineer . . . goal-finish the car . . . Three Dog Night . . . SHS: turned into a prison . . . JOSEPH P. DeVITO " Joe " . . . " What ' s Happening? " . . . Twin-Kee . . . plans to become a truck driver ... to live in peace . . . memories of Junior Prom . . . " Dream On " . . . pet peeve-people who kill . . . hopes for world peace . . . 55 DEBORA A. DeLUCA " Deb " . . . loud, stubborn, gullible . . . pet peeve-gas stations . . . memories of sophomore lunches . . . " Touch Me In The Morning " ... to change " Bugs " and " Joe " ... to be a secretary, happy . . . ALFRED R DePALMA " Al " . . . quiet . . . can be found in the gym or with Bert, Eddie, and Andy cruising around . . . " Oh, Wow! " ... to be rich . . . " EUie " up on the wall . . . basketball . . , Bread, 10 27 73 . . . " Make It With You " . . . PETER A DiCENSO " Pete " . . . Italian . . . " Woo-Ah! " . . . found in Band room . . . Blue Volkswagen . . . pet peeve-Mr. Stott . . . Pep Band . . . Chicago, Beatles . . . would like to be an engineer . . . CORENE DIGGS " Sometimes quiet is an unquiet thing. " Seneca ELIZABETH DIGGS " I shall not hold my little peace; for me there is no peace but one. " Meynell ANDREW DIJAK " Nurphus " . . . quiet, grumpy, sometimes crazy . . . pet peeve-the system . . . graduate high school . . . be a hermit . . . " yes, frightful " . . . Stones, Emerson, Lake, and Palmer ANDREW DLUGOKECKI " Fair peace is becoming to men; fierce anger belongs to beasts. " Ovid STEPHEN T. DONOGHUE " Steve " . . . friendly, observant, considerate . . . pet peeve-work . . . " What ' s happening " college . . . not to get married . . . Hendrix, Beatles. Aerosmith . . . peace ... at the field . . . honest politicians . . . school is misinterpreted . . . DONNA L. DUCLOS " Don " . . . talkative . . . memories of English classes . . . " feels like I ' m on a merry-go-round " . . . Love Unlimited . . . to get married and change the way the world is . . . JAYNE DUFFY " I hold my love but lightly. For I know Things with wings held tightly. Want to go " Jewell Bothwell TuU MARY P. DUNFEY " Mare " . . . talkative . . . " stick it " . . . found in the gym . . . field hockey, tennis . . . pet peeve-film strip quizzes ... to become a teacher . . . would like to be happy . . . remembers history with Mr. 56 JANE M. DUNN " Janie " . . . indescribable, unique . . . Maine . . . " to each his own " ... pet peeve-dead parties . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young ... to end human destruction and follow the pursuit of happiness . . . KATHERINE M. EARDLEY " Kathy " . . . quiet, naive . . . with Mike . . . pet peeves-gym and conceited people ... to get married . . . 9 16 71 ... " I Can ' t Find the Time " . . . RICHARD ENTNER " The secret of solitude is that there is no sohtude. " Joseph Cook JOAN FAIRBAIRN " One friend in a lifetime is much; two are many; three are hardly possible. " Henry Adams CHERYL FARINO " Cheshi " . . . California . . . Neil Young . . . junior year with Midget . . . " it ' s cool " ... a certain stoplight . . . 5 5 73 . . . " Saturday summer of ' 73 in the Park " . . with Kathy . . . . . . " bogus! " . . out " . . . " Life within a dream " " Let ' s Pretend " " don ' t bum me is but a dream DONNA FARRELL " Hello It ' s Me " . . . walking the tracks " 71 " . . . purple . . . weekends at U.Mass . . . " four unprotected girls " . . . running out of gas on an exit ramp . . . will always remember Cedarville . . . " double trouble " ... to be a kindergarten teacher PETER R. FATALO " Pete " . . . comical, realistic, sneaky . . . " Just speak right up " . . . " Old Barn " in New Hampshire ... pet peeve-getting up early . . . " Turn, Turn, Turn " , Birds . . . to be a minister and serve God and my family . . . hopes for endless peace on earth, and for all kids to obey their parents . . . BARBARA A. FAUNCE " Barb " . . . " You know what? " . . . pet peeve-waiting for buses . . . remembers Sketti Supper, orange table. New York ... to become a nurse . . . Bread, " 25 or 6 to 4 " . . . to help people and friends . . . KATHLEEN T. FLAHERTY " Kathy " . . . crazy, sensitive, talkative . . . " Yeah, Sure " ... pet peeve- waiting for phone calls . . . remembers freshman year . . . " Touch Me in the Morning " . . . hopes to go camping in Switzerland and to work for the airUnes . . . PATRICK J. FLAHERTY " Pat " . . . handsome, crazy . . . " You ' ve got to be kidding " . . . trip to Switzerland . . . Chem. II with Mr. Nassise . . . Sears . . . wishes the world was free of prejudice and jealousy ... Ski trips . . . Mr. Erickson ... to achieve happiness and have an exciting life . . . THOMAS FOLEY " The good man prolongs his life; to be able to enjoy one ' s past life is to Uve twice. " CLAIRE E. ERASER " We do not what we ought. What we ought not, we do. And lean upon the thought. That chance will bring us through " Matthew Arnold DIANE M. FRAZIER Moody, crazy . . . found at the auto race track . . . purple ... " I Can See Clearly Now " . . . remembers the Cape with Paula, Cheryl, and Donna . . . basketball, ' 73- ' 74 ... pet peeve- two-faced people . . . plans on being happy . . . ELIZABETH A. FOLEY " Betty " . . . sensitive, loving Til slap your face " ... pet peeve- two-faced people . . . remember ' s Mr. MacDonald ' s social problems class . . . " Sounds of Silence " to find a true boy . . . wishes to change 10 25 73 ... to become a dental assistant . . . JEAN M. FONTANEZ Busy, studious, conscious ol environment ... pet peeve-people telling her what to do, how to do it, and what she thinks . . . wishes to change the feeling of greatness of the Americans, because we ' : not all that great . . . plans to joi the Ahanza Hispana . . . GAIL A. FREEMAN " You ' ll get over it " . . . friendly, talkative, smiling . . . green remembers pancake breakfast, football games. Junior Class Trip . . . pet peeve-people who think they know it all ... wants to change peoples ' attitudes ... to go to school and be happily married . . . ELAINE FULCINITI Goal: marriage . . . Who: Richard Grenier . . . Why: " I ' m looking for a home in the heart of the country. " McCartney JACK F. GAFFNEY " Turkey " . . . McDonald ' s . . . " Oh, Sure! " . . . arguing with a certain person . . . Junior Prom ' 72 . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . Nantasket at night . . . picnic on the lake with Butch and Dutch . . . MARTHA E. GAIBL A few fond memories of school . . . remembers the trip to New York . . . " Let ' s Get It On " . . . found with Jim ... to be happily married ... to find a job I will enjoy . . . ROBERT K. GAIR " Bob " . . . easy-going, friendly . . . " How ' s it going? " ... to rid the world of prejudice ... Jr. Prom . . . Grand Funk . . . found on a baseball field . . . plans for the Coast Guard . . . get rid of Nixon . . . MARY E. GALANIS " Mary " . . . quiet and sensitive ... " I Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . 11 19 70 ... Getting lost ... Jr. Proms . . . wishes to change summer of 73 ... pet peeve-liars ... to be a nurse . . . KATHLEEN M. GALLAGHER " Kath " . . . talkative, crazy, noisy . . . dances, majorettes, Martha ' s Vineyard . . . pet peeve-becoming embarrassed and turning red . . . with mouth always moving . . . " Valley of the Dolls " . . . SUSAN M. GALLAGHER " Colour My World " . . . Maine ' 73, 8 14 73 . . . Junior Prom . . . March 24 . . . Martha ' s Vineyard ... to become a secretary and to be happy . . . CHERYL JOY GARBER " Chester " . . . short, sweet, silly . . . " No sir! " . . . pet peeve-saying good-bye first on the telephone . . . walks with a friend . . . summers . . . fences . . . telephone calls ... a friend in D105 ... half birthdays . . . Chicago ... to enjoy . . . BRIAN R. GARDNER " Brian T. Gardner " . . . creative " What is not will never be destroyed, and neither will yours " . . . stage, E-205 . . . " Consider Yourself . . . " Eighteenth Noel " . . . WSHS . . . " Knight " . . . " Iron Bars do not a prison make " . . . future- drama, make-up artist . . . DENISE M. GARRITY " Denise " . . . quiet, gullible . . . Senior Class Play . . . Christmas Dance ' 72 ... pink . . . " Imagine " ... to go to college and be happy . . . PAMELA A. GILBERT " Dream what you dare to dream. Go where you want to go, (Be what you want to be) . . . " Live! " Jonathan Livingston Seagull SUSAN B. GILES " Ma " . . . dumb, emotional, confused . . . " I love my kids " . . . E205 . . . giving back " the ring " . . . drama festivals, chorus concerts, cast parties, " Colour My World (Bags) " . . . 50 ' s and Sha-na-na ALBERT A. GODFREY " Al " . . . remembers B308 . . . Gino ' s . . . " Time in a Bottle " ... to be a truck driver . . . ROSEMARY M. GONSALVES " Rose " . . . can be found at MR. G ' s or with Tom . . . remembers Mr. LeGrow, band and chorus . . . " Colour My World " . . . would like to become a nurse EDWARD GREEN " A little pain, a Httle pleasure A little heaping up of treasure; Then no more gazing upon the sun, All things must end that have begun. John Payne GLENN GODFREY " Glenn " . . . Marybeth ' s parties . . . Christmas Dance ' 73 ... Senior Class Play . . . remembers Claire ' s Cottage . . . " Colour My World . . . hopes to go to college . . . CYNTHIA GORSKI Cindy ... to be with Gerry MICHAEL J. GREEN " Mike " . . . happy, friendly, quiet . . . Rare Earth . . . Jones Field ... pet peeve-school lunches ... to go to sign school . . . r i KENNETH L. GOLDER Fiestas with Ned . . . The List . . . French with Mady . . . Stupido . . . losing Bucky in Laconia . . . midnight at the oasis . . . night of the N.Y. rock concert . . . indecent exposure with Bucky, Kevin, Jack ... the Knifer . . . ROSANNE M. GRASSO Short, happy, hockey games . . . " You fool " . . . pet peeve-Monday mornings . . . remembers gym with Mr. McDavitt . . . Cheech and Chong ... to travel through Europe ... to go on to school 61 ERNEST W. GRENON " Ernie " . . . stupid . . . you just don ' t understand . . . found in New Hampshire . . . C-Hour commons last year ... pet peeve-running out of beer! . . . plans to own his own business . . . " Knights in White Satin " . . . JOHN GRIECO " Jack " . . . bikes, choppers . . . parties, the bench . . . the park . . . having a good time . . . Allman Brothers Band ... to be free . . . PAUL H. GUSCIORA " It ' s easier to square the circle than to get around a mathematician. " (A. DeMorgan) . . . " Logic is the art of going wrong with confidence. " (Joseph W. Krutch) . . . " The science of today is the technology of tomorrow. " (E. Teller) . . . d 1 DIANE F. HADLEY " Di " . . . crazy, friendly, forgetful, happy, quiet ... pet peeve-phoney people . . . " Have fun! " , " Oh, Wow! " evil laughter ... to change 10 20 72 . . . memories of Cist, the Chart, in between double biology classes ... to go to college . . . SUSAN R. HADLEY " Sue " . . . gullible, laughing, cute . . . " Oh, Wow! " . . . remembers having math for 3 years with Mr. Woodruff . . . trip to New York City, Mr. Ed at lunch . . . Jethro TuU . . . hopes to be a teacher, travel, and help the handicapped . . . 62 LESTER S. HALL " Sheppie " . . . cool, outgoing, showboat . . . " dig it! " . . . can be found at Gino ' s any time after four ... to get involved in communications ... to make the most out of life . . . wishes for everyone to be equal . . . A-hour ' ll- ' li . . . WILLIAM A. HAHN " Bill " . . . quiet, easygoing . . . Chem I with Mr. Holbert . . . working at McDonalds . . . " Yesterday " ... to go to college . . . I JO-ANN HANSEN " Jo " . . . funny, loving, understanding . . . " The mountain is clearer to the chmber from the plain " ... to hve in the wilderness, free from everyone except my Love . . . pet peeve-phonies ... an end to unhappiness, crime, pollution . . . remembers gymnastics, Mr. Boushell, Mr. MacDonald ... to be happy with David . . . DAVID P. HARJU " Tenho " ... 5 A.M. ... Joanne . . . baseball . . . shop with Barney . . . " Blue Sky " . . . content with life . . . PAUL F. HART " Paul " . . . tall, quiet, friendly . . . green . . . basketball, baseball . . . memories of Mr. Baum . . . Barney . . . Chicago ... to go to college . . . ANN M. HAYES " Annie " . . . crazy, gullible . . . " Really? " . . . pet peeve-lazy and selfish people . . . found down a certain street . . . remembers skipping gym . . . " Colour My World " . . . wishes for world wide happiness ... to graduate and become a secretary . . . 63 THERESA M. HAYES " Terr " . . . happy, silly, friendly . . . Craig ' s . . . " Liar! " ... to attend hairdressing school . . . pet peeve- conceited people ... to find Miss Penardi a hubby . . . remembers 10 30 70, Craig, Jan . . . wants people to care more for each other . . . " Colour My World " . . . JENNIFER C. HEMEON " Jenny " ... " I know the way! " . . . B.P.M. . . . remembers friends at SHS, bus trip to NA basketball game, the red bomber . . . going to Easton with Cheryl and Lynn . . . " He Ain ' t Heavy, He ' s My Brother " ... pet peeve-people who talk in back of me . . . VICTORIA J. HAYWARD " Vicki " . . . friendly, ambitious, happy ... my friends . . . disUkes people who won ' t listen . . . " there is only one good, namely knowledge; and only one evil, namely ignorance " Socrates. NED L. HOCHMUTH Quiet and friendly ... No fiesta ' s . . . low 80 ' s . . . Stupidos . . . Fred ... the Ust . . . maine ' 73 . . . the Blue Bomber . . . CINDY L. HILL " Cyn " . . . fun-loving, stubborn, forgetful . . . " Sometimes we can help each other along the way " . . . physiology ... pet peeve-friends who really aren ' t . . . drama. Miss Preen, student directing . . . ' 71 with seniors . . . Stoughton Cinema . . . " kids " ... my car ... 7 8 72 . . . KAREN HERR Life, as we call it, is nothing but the edge of the boundless ocean of existence where it comes on soundings. Oliver Wendell Holmes CHERYL A. HODGES " Cheryl " . . . small, shy, sneaky ... " I don ' t know " . . . found at B.P.M. or in a blue Mustang . . . pet peeve-rules ... to be really happy ... to change 4 20 73 . . . remembers nights with a certain someone. Senior Prom ' 73, dances ... to work and to be married . . . I. m ACM mm Strcplbnydn Strcptemycesgnsius G G ' baderia , I Dlf OsTrcpbrnyji tubcrcujosis boclcno [Ictnocycline Strcplbnps !c|rucvcli(i(j tG b«ttna,Uiru«5 ndietTsiac. prolbzoa Sme usTctracfdme. .aslcliucycline m(i ttiv-riyci ' i nvfiii H ' ANTIBIOTICS IN TII13 SOIL frocedun: , ' ' Obtain t o sal s«iirl« : - j GAIL M. HOLIDAY " I wish to live because hfe has within it that which is good, that which is beautiful, and that which is love. " Lorraine Hansberrv LARRY HOLMES ' There is no wisdom like frankness. " Benjamin Disraeli RONALD E. HUDSON " Ron " . . . friendly, talkative, concerned . . . " What ' s new? " . . . Junior Year . . . Lobo . . . D-206 . . . Head Draftsman . . . high school ' s been the best 4 years out of 12 . . . RICHARD S. HVOSLEF " Rick " . . . found at Andy ' s ... JV baseball with Joffa . . . high school . . . " overcrowded " ... to be a French teacher ... to be single and rich . . . Chicago, Led Zepplin . . . " Beginnings " STEPHEN HOPKINS " Life is one long process of getting tired. Samuel Baker LAWRENCE J. HORTON " Larry " ... ' 62 Chevy ... pet peeve- ' 63 Fords . . . Chicago, " Feeling Stronger Every Day " . . . wishes to be rich, to abolish war . . . " Or What? " . . . sorry about privileges ... to college . . . ANTHONY HUGHES " Life is not a spectacle or feast; it is a predicament. " Santanayana PETER J. HUNKELER " Hunk " . . . gullible . . . " Yeah, I bet " . . . Nantasket ... to water ski and make money ... to go to Germany . . . Aerosmith . . . hopes the ranks will stop GLEN R. ILACQUA " Live and let live " . . . wrestling mats pet peeve-people smoking in my car to be a state champ in wrestling . . . CHARLES E. JAMES " Chuck " . . . easy to get along with . . . " Ya right " ... Pet peeve-gym . . . plans to go to college . . . would bke to stop hate between people . . . remembers all the kids over the last three years . . . Favorite group- " Spinner " . . . wishes school could get a new gym . . . JO-ANNE T. JORDAN Jo-Anne . . . sincere, happy, generous, and trustworthy . . . found at Nita ' s . . . " I don ' t want to hear it! " ... pet peeve- prejudice people who don ' t know the meaning of the word . . . volleyball team- Backstabbers . . . EDWARD W. IVALDI " Eddie " . . . excitable, confused . . . " Get outa here " . . . hates blisters . . . piling on the roast beef at Ratty ' s . . . driven home from the beach . . . Martha ' s Vineyard (flat tire) . . . carload of seven-Mountain Road . . . " Hey Bill ' . . . " Dream On " . . . college and service . . . CHERYL A. JAMES Friendly, mischievous . . . " far out " . . . pet peeve-two faced people ... Jr. year in Miss Welch ' s room . . . " Keep on Truckin ' " ... wishes for world peace . . . to be a medical secretary . . . CARMEN E. JANNINI Silly . . . " dynamite " ... to make everyone around me happy and to end prejudice . . . pet peeve-Mr. Maccini . . . remembers Mr. LeGrow ' s C-hour chorus . . . " Stay Awhile " ... a future secretary SUSIE Y. JENKINS " Cool Sue " . . . friendly, talkative. . . . " Hey. chump " . . . " Charlie " . . . car . . . pet peeve-people who are stuck-up ... to become a good nurse . . . changing people ' s minds . . . Dlst . . . " Natural High " . MICHAEL V. JOSEPH " Michael " . . . friendly . . . " Stop it Alice! What ' s wrong with you? " . . . Ames Pond . . . memories of chorus, band, Southeast District Music Festival, football games, day after the Jr. Prom with Mary . . . wishes for world peace ... to teach music . . . LAURA J. KALLENBERG " My time is almost through. Little left to do. After all, I ' ve tried for four years. Seems like forty. Seems like forty. " Jesus Christ Superstar CHRISTINA E. KALTON " Chris " . . . crazy, funny . . . remembers junior year in Mr. Holbert ' s and Mr. Sarno ' s classes. " Get out of here! " . . . pet peeve-Mr. Sarno ' s mustache . . . wishes for peace in the world . . . " foghat " ... to finish school and get married . . . plans on becoming an x-ray technician MAUREEN D. KELLER " Skates " . . . friendly, energetic . . . " Who are you? " . . . D-hour commons . . . " Come Together " , " White Rabbit " . . . Moody Blues . . . physiology with the " Prince " ... to be a doctor . . . KAREN A. KANE " Found with Kevin " . . . 2 9 73, 2 20 73, Graduation ' 73 ... " Pieces of April " , " All things Must Pass " . . . long talks, making plans, summertime ' 73, riding to Springfield, phone bills, haircuts, Christmas ' 73, the hayride, New Year ' s Eve, musk, love . . . KATHRYN M. KELLY " Kathy " . . . friendly, forgetful, gullible . . . " What was I gonna say? " . . . green . . . pet peeve-working . . . 6 24 72 ... the dead ham . . . summer of ' 72 ... 5 5 73 . . . Neil Young . . . " How can you be in two places at once when you ' re nowhere at all? " LYNNE E. KELLY " Kelly " . . . small, quiet . . . " What is this? " ... pet peeve-answering in class . . . memories-Holbert ' s Heroes, tennis, and chemistry labs till 5:00 . . . " Dream On " . . . Led Zeppelin ... to go to college and become a nurse . . . JOANNE KEZER " Jo " . . . " Dream On " . . . " yay " . . . found anywhere where there ' s people . . . pet peeve-snobs . . . world peace . . . talkative, sensitive, mischievous . . . SHS- " it ' s a nice place to visit " . . . PAUL J. KILDAY Quiet, friendly ... " A winner never quits and a quitter never wins " . . . B.P.M. ... to go to college . . . become 1 . . . wrestling . . . ROBERT M. KING " Sugarbear " . . . " Don ' t you ever do that again. " . . . peakload . . . Jammin Up Umee . . . Laconia . . . football . . . freshman year . . . STEPHEN P. KING " Catfish " . . . carefree, ambitious . . . " I ' ll get the last laugh. " ... a hockey rink ... pet peeve-Al Prisco . . . Uve happily . . . rides on the hockey bus . . . Chicago, " Colour My World " . . . DEBORAH J. KNELL " Debbie " . . . stubborn, talkative, moody . . . " dynamite " ... pet peeves-two faced people, people who lie . . . Junior year, Mr. Ed ' s class, going to New York City . . . " Delta Dawn " . . . SHS- " a nice place to visit " . . . KARL K. KOSINSKI " Karl " . . . quiet, original, mischievous . . . " you are burnt " . . . walking path . . , pet peeve-jocks . . . to be a police officer ... to rob the Schlitz Brewery . . . commons in ' 72 . . . Deep Purple . . . GAIL ANN KRACOV " Gayle " . . . Junior Prom . . . Maine . . . 10 7 73 . . . Sketti Supper . . . found with Kathy and Jill . . . " Dream On " . . . EVERYTHING ... pet peeve-snobs . . . McDonald ' s . . . Que ' s with Bert? . . . ALAN P. LAFERRIERE " Al " . . . short, great, kind at heart . . . " Get lost " . . . Pet peeve-School lunches ... to be a biologist . . . " physics is fun " . . . peace . . . " Smoking in the Boys ' Room " . . . BARRY J. KURLANSKY " Ba " . . . " No, seriously? . . . Cobbs Corner ... pet peeve-doing homework ... to succeed in business . . . print shop with Mr. Walsh . . . Deep Puiple, " American Band " . . . thinks that teachers cater to college-bound students and pass the rest off as flunkers . . . JOHN R. LaFLAMME Quiet, crazy . . . " really " ... pet peeve- haircuts . . . cross country, track, Mr. Green . . . Allman Brothers Band ... to go to college . . . JODI LaFRANCE " Jo " . . . yellow . . . Roxie ' s . . . found in the attendance office ... pet peeve- yearbook questionaires . . . " Smoking in the Boys ' Room " ... to get married . . . MICHELE A. LAMPLOUGH Crazy . . . petite, perky . . . " we ' re gonne be killed " . . . Randolph, with the gang . . . pet peeve-being mistaken for an underclassman ... to be a nurse . . . end wars . . . Senior Prom . . . hockey games . . . " Summer Breeze " . . . SHERI L. LANG Talkative, happy . . . " Alright, this is it " . . . " Tomorrow see the things that never came today " ... to be a social worker . . . make others happy . . . wish more people were loving and less prejudiced . . . getting up at 5:00 . . . football games ROBERT P. LANZA " Bob " . . . liberal, friendly . . . " classy " . . . pet peeve-Mr. Erickson ... to become a doctor and discover a cure for cancer ... for the creator of " get on the ball " . . . Science Fair 1972 . . . LINDA A. LEFEBVRE Hello It ' s Me . . . crazy, sensitive, spirited . . . beating Franklin 11 11 72 ... stranded in N.H., then Vt. . . . fires on the beach . . . hockey . . . Mike ' s blue bomber . . . " Dream On " ... the Navy . . . hates saying goodbye . . . DENISE M. LEOPARDI " What " . . . friendly, crazy, giggly . . . pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t . . . found cheering, painting ticket booths, chasing the skunk . . . " Moody Blues ' ... to be a secretary . . . SUSAN M. LARGE " Sue Small " . . . crazy, loveable . . . blue . . . " Get off my case " . . . peeve-two faced people . . . Jimi Hendricks . . . someday to become the greatest pool player ... to be rich, happy, and to travel . . . KIMBERLEY A. LECLAIRE " Kim " . . . happy, friendly, bossy . . . " really " . . . become a dental hygienist ... to finish driver ed . . . freezing at band practices on Saturday mornings . . . the " Prince " . . . my cat . . . BING Y. LEM Easy going . . . " Get out of here " ... pet peeve-people who expect too much . . . plans to travel, college . . . would like to do away with poverty and prejudice . . . remembers skipping classes and school . . . George Harrison. Bread . . . school ought to change drastically (open campus) . . . KATHLEEN A. LIMBEY " Kathy " . . . alive, crazy, always smiling . . . " Bolt " . . . 6 13 72 . . . " Summer Breeze " . . . Gloria . . . Treasures 3 Pearl . . . Their farm a hideaway . . . 6 5 73 ... Jr. Prom . . . Mr. Downs ' class . . . Panace . . . loves to be loud . . . Varsity 72, 79 . . . SCOTT W. LINDELOF " If only men would be made in the same fashion and comformably, they might manage to agree fairly well together. " Bacon SETH GORDON LIVINGSTONE " Seth " . . . emotional, sarcastic, loony . . . " Are you psyched? " . . . remembers Senior Class Play, Jr. Prom, parties at Molly B ' s ... too many Madisons . . . Pat and the double play ball . . . Bambi and the lima beans . . . " Gotta have an eggroU! " . . . " Reflections of My Life " . . . found covering the sports scene or in A409 ... a future in the media . . . ft MARY JANE LOCANTORE Friendly, sincere ... be happy and successful . . . Home Ec. major . . . remembers Sketti Supper, Jr. Class trip, " true " friends . . . pet peeve-two-faced people . . . found at Armstrong Lab . . . MARJORIE A. LOMBARD " I do not want the peace which passe th understanding, I want the understanding which bringeth peace. " Helen Keller MICHAEL A. LONERGAN Mike . . . " Hey, watta ya say! " . . . Jimmy ' s path, interval quarters ... to become an electrician ... to make someone happy . . . new uniforms for next year ' s track team . . . special memories of Coach Green. JOSEPH LUSSIER " The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. " Aristotle STEVE LONERGAN An insincerely, insulting, introspective extrovert . . . with Joan or the drummer . . . " American Pie " . . . going to Vermont, someday . . . " Student Council and its EMDSC made it all worthwhile " . . . RAYMOND E. LYONS " Ray " . . . " Lx ve Me Like a Rock " . . . " In a pig ' s ... " ... pet peeve-Fords . . . memories of junior year . . . found at Debbie ' s . . . witty, intelligent, virile . . . plans to go to college and become rich I MARGARET A. MacDONALD " Peggy " . . . Lums in Florida . . . " What do ya want to do? " . . . Bic Beers . . . I ' ve got the shoes . . . (beware of the Great Expectations) . . . tragedies of camping . . . treasures her friends . . . HERBERT C. MacFAUN " Chuck " . . . talented, romantic, poetic . . . pet peeve-Jocks ... to be a lawyer and succeed . . . Mr. McDermott . . . Sly and the Family Stone . . . " no comment " PAUL Z. MAHER " What the -? " ... the courtyard ... pet peeve-school ... to join the barbershop quartet . . . cutting classes . . . The Partridge Family, Lawrence Welk ... a waste of four years . . . BRETT MACINNES Bert . . . " Yeah sure, tell me about it " . . . The Gym ... Up Liefs room . . . collecting splinters . . . missing the high jump pit ... NA game with Mike, Al. Harley, Mo ' , Janice . . . Fiesta with Ned . . . Math with " Buddy " . . . Ratty ' s . . . Spaghetti Supper ' 72 . . . College . . . DONNA J. MAHONEY Crazy, outgoing, friendly . . . " oooo-bad " . . . pet peeve-phonies ... to go to college and become a teacher . . . world peace . . . remembers " The Chart " , typing class . . . SHS-wouldn ' t want to do it again . . . MARTHA MADAN " Mad Martha " . . . laughable, and a little crazy . . . " extremely " ... pet peeve- selfish people ... to get rich quick . . . George Harrison ... It was a great four years, but I ' m glad I ' m going . . . DAVID P. MAKRIS I have come far to have found nothing. Or. to have found that what was found was only to be lost. Lost finally in that absence whose only trace is silence. Yet, I found that in my loss there was a gain. As in every gain there is a loss . . . CHERYL L. MAN SON " Che " . . . small, always laughing, talking . . . " Get out " ... pet peeve-filling out forms ... to backpack the Appalachian trail from end to end . . . field hockey, E205 and tournaments, the 3 P ' s, falling for Mr. H, France . . . Jim Croce . . . CHESTER H. MARKS " Oh, really? " . . . quiet, helpful when able ... to end all hate and segregation . . . Chicago . . . remembers Mr. LeGrow . . . chorus . . . wants to be happy . . . LOIS J. MAZZA " Lo " . . . outgoing, friendly, and in love . . . " Hey hyh " . . . found at the Queen with the 30 . . . pet peeve-the hemi ... to change 9 26 72 . . . junior year with friends . . . 10 23 71 . . . Aerosmith, " Dream On " . . . plans to buy a new car . . . to graduate ... to have him . . . MAUREEN E. MARCH " Moe " . . . loveable, friendly ... " I care " . . . at Buddy ' s with Eddie ... to be a dental assistant and happy . . . Junior Prom ... to change 1 25 73 . . . summer of " 73 " . . . " In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida " . . . DIANE M. MARSHALL " Dede " . . . perfectionist, thoughtful, considerate, open-minded . . . pet peeve- jive people . . . remembers " D " hour Black Lit. class . . . " Leaving on the Last Train to Georgia " . . . Gladys Knight and the Pips ... to enter sales, retailing JOHN H. McARDLE " John " . . . spastic, sensitive, understanding . . . " Weeoo! " ... to be successful in whatever I attempt . . . remembers pep band. Algebra II with Kellogg, Kearnsey ... I wish that the children of the future will never have to feel the pains of war . . . DANIEL W. MARK " Danny " . . . hockey rink ... the basement walls . . . pet pe eve-getting into shape . . . Jethro Tull . . . remembers tying Canton in hockey . . . plans to go to college and play hockey . . . KAREN T. MARTIN Sincere and scared ... " I swear to God " . . . park bench at Riverdale . . . leaving without saying good-bye . . . espionage with Debe . . . parties with " Cracklin " . . . Stevie Wonder ... All that ' s left is a memory and a dungaree jacket . . . the island . . . RICHARD McCABE All sorts of allowances are made for the illusions of youth; and none, or almost none, for the disenchantments of age. R. L. Stevenson WALTER McAULEY Failure is often the early morning hour of darkness which precedes the dawning of the day of success. Leigh Mitchell KATHLEEN D. McAVOY " Lums " in Lauderdale . . . eclipse on public beach . . . $21.35 . . . Yale Ave . . . crossing the state hne . . . " such good friends " . . . spying the route . . . donuts at dawn . . . the adventurers . . . KEVIN J. McCarthy Roadway . . . " The List " . . . I.E. with Kinny, Bucky, Jack . . . Rolling down the 9th ... pet peeve-Stupidos Marty . . . Fiestas with Ned . . . " McCardy " ... the gym ... the mailbox . . . Whoa! with Johnny, Curls, and Vinnie . . . CHERYL ANN T. McCOUBREY " Cheryl " . . . friendly, innocent, lovable . . . " Ya, Right " . . . pet peeve-White Lightning . . . wishes to change 8 5 73 . . . junior and senior years, 6 24 73, proms . . . " Colour My World " . . . hopes to graduate . . . JEANNE B. McCOLL Happy, lovable, loud . . . " I ' ll kill her " . . . " Rocky Mountain Way " . . . lasagna . . . getting caught skipping school with Bruce . . . wishes she could change the actions of a certain person ... pet peeve- friends who reallv aren ' t . . . 74 CHERYL A. McDERMOTT " Sam . . . short, quiet, friendly . . . remembers Woody ' s Alg. II class, pushing Jenny ' s car out of the mud ... a purple Vet in Brookline . . . pet peeve- running up 4 flights ... all the fun times with Jenny and Lynn . . . plans to go to college . . . KATHLEEN E. McEWAN " Kathy " . . . talkative, friendly, outgoing . . . " you oogie " . . . pet peeve-two- faced people ... to be a nurse . . . memories of freshman year, 5 4 73, 5 5 73, all the good times . . . found in the oogie mobile NEAL J. McGRAIL Great, fantastic, unbelievable ... pet peeve- 1320 ' s ... to develop a kick . . . race back from Franklin . . . Eliot says . . . The Mormon Tabernacle Choir singing " O Come All Ye Faithful . . . ALICE M. McKAIN " Charlie " . . . nuts, happy . . . " Shut-up! " pet peeve-school lunches . . . Westgate bowling alley ... Ski Club . . . likes Commons at the end of school . . . no more wars and change all hate to peace . . . Bee Gees ... to become a secretary ... to be happy . . . CATHERINE A. McGRAIL " Cathy " . . . crazy, happy, smiley . . . green . . . pet peeve-blushing ... all the fun times . . . Holbert ' s Heroes, Chem Labs ' til 5:00 . . . Aggie, Hope, and Rita . . . Chicago ... to go to college . . . " Starting All Over Again " . . . nursing ROBERT McLELLAN Happy is he the palace of whose affection is founded upon virtue, walled with riches glazed with beauty, and roofed with honour. Francis Quarles JOHN McGLYNN Say nothing good of yourself, you will be distrusted; say nothing bad of yourself, you will be taken at your word. Joseph Roux PATRICK McHUGH If you wish to know yourself observe how others act. If you wish to understand others look into your own heart. Schiller CHARLES P. McLEOD " Chuck " ... go to college . . . wishes for peace in the world . . . 75 GAIL L. McMORROW " Gail " . . . friendly, gullible, happy . . . found with Eb ... pet peeve-Thursdays ... to be happily married . . . remembers Junior Prom . . . JANICE E. Mcpherson My first, first . . . basketball champs . . . " Space " . . . memories of Ft. Lauderdale, Harwichport, Canada . . . the disasters of camping . . . Check handed by Pierce . . . SUSAN G. MORAN Sensitive, lovable, friendly . . . cheering . . . " Tell me you ' re kidding " . . . Moody Blue . . . Summer of ' 72-Riverdale . . . treasures family, friends, and Eddie . . . to be a hairdresser ... all that ' s left is a memory . . . JANIECE A. MORRILL " Make me smile " . . . The steeple . . . Chicago . . . Student Council . . . Scussett Beach after the Prom . . . " Octoberfest " ... pet peeve-anything " plastic " ... to enter nursing and never stop learning . . . KATHLEEN A. MULLEN " Kathy " . . . sensitive, bashful . . . " Get lost " . . . been around with kids ... to go to college ... a future elementary teacher . . . " All people could be rich and not starve " . . . basketball and football " 72 " . . . Chicago . . . BRIAN G. MURPHY " Moo-Buzz " . . . Star Market . . . remembers the ranks . . . Chicago- " Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon " . . . future in accounting . . . DENYCE J. MUSIAL " And let t oday embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing. " Kahlil Gibran MAUREEN C. MURPHY " Mo " . . . fussy and fuzzy . . . " What ' s up besides your strap! " . . . found chinking or with Daphne and the Oogie ... to stay single and independent ... to have more than one . . . stranded in Boston . . . partying at Wood ' s . . . FRANCES M. MYERS Gullible, happy, giggly • • • " Well, pardon me. " . . . pink . . . pet peeve-false people . . . travel . . . memories of summer of " 73 " . . . Junior Prom ... " I Can ' t Find the Time " ... at McDonalds ... to be happy . . . " B " " . . wow! " . phoneys violence Sand " . . BIANKA A. NEBEL wierd, outgoing, friendly . . . " oh! found at the beach . . . pet-peeve- . . college ... a career in art . . . end . . my buddies . . . " Cowgirl in the MAUREEN P. MURPHY " Mo " . . . talkative, sensitive, mischievous . . . the drive-in . . . remembers the ski trip with Denise, Montreal, summer of ' 73, Paula in pit . . . pet peeve-snobs and letting friends down . . . Chicago ... to love the one I need . . . junior homeroom ... to go to college . . . MARYLOU NAAS Extremely talkative, mischievous, a great friend . . . " Get me out of here! " . . . found in a spazmobile . . . pet peeve- cliques ... to see the world . . . eternal happiness . . . peace and love . . . squirt guns and common pins with Karen . . . " Colour my World " , Chicago . . . DON E. NELSON " Duck " . . . content . . . " Alright " . . . " Walking Path . . . wants to travel . . . " Barney " . Frosh basketball . . . Led Zeppelin, " Whole Lotta Love " . . . hopes to get a " decent job " . . . ROMAINE D. NIEMCZYK " Oh boy " . . . fussy, quiet . . . around the house with friends ... pet peeve- friends who aren ' t . . . Elvis Presley . . . " So Close Yet So Far " . . . remembers Mr. Green ' s Civics class . . . changes in government . . . to join the airlines. LAWRENCE A. NORTH " Lar " . . . elusive, hesitant, speechless " Holy Catfish " . . . Boston Garden . . . wants to make a lot of money . . . kicking dying seagulls for the JV ' s . . . Pink Floyd . . . lunches- yechhh! . . . EDWARD O ' BRIEN " As long as you live, keep learning how to live. " Seneca DANIEL R. O ' DONNELL " D.G ' D " . . . " Some difference, sure " . . . remembers 72-73 commons . . . Allman Brothers Band ... to be an electrician. KAREN A. O ' DONNELL " Karen " . . . quiet, fnendly, sensitive . . . pet peeve-conceited people ... to be married and happy in Oct. ' 74 . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . remembers Marylou and going " pin crazy " in the halls. EDWARD M. O ' DONNELL " O ' D.J.R. " . . . normal . . . " Was 1st Loss " . . . Freezer . . . pet peeve- homework . . . memories of trip to Germany . . . " In Munchen Ein Hofbrauhaus " ... to see the world and be a mechanic. ROBERT G. O ' DONNELL " Little Lennie " . . . found at Mr. Finn ' s shop or at a fire ... pet peeve- deadlines and confetti . . . wish they would eliminate SAT ' s and Achievements . . . remembers the ski trip to Wildcat ... to go to college. JEAN E. OLIVA " Where I go hereafter depends upon where I go after here. " MICHAEL R. O ' NEIL " Tippy " . . . " 714 WHR " . . . Hancock Park . . . " Hochy Cochy " . . . Wildwood, N.J. . . . " AUenstown, N.H. " . . . Franklin 73 . . . HARLEY J. OSTIS Jammin ' home from Amherst . . . Fiesta with Ned . . . studious, hardworking . . . odds are 5 to 3 I ' ll become a bookie . . . getting seduced at the library . . _ dedicates life to Mrs. D. ... memories of the last house on the right with Rube and Hanka . . . PAULA M. OLSON Crazy, moody, talkative . . . " Hey Babes! " . . . Drive-In . . . pet peeve- friends who aren ' t ... to love and be loved and end all hatred . . . remembers Montreal with Garry in the summer . . . " Let ' s Get It On " . . . LYNNE A. O ' REILLY " Tiger " . . . track with Mr. Green and Mr. " B " . . . twirling . . . memories of " Dad " and " BS " . . . Micro . . . Chem II with Mr. Holbert . . . State Drama Festivals . . . " The Triple Crown Winners " . . . hopes to be a pharmacist and to be happy . . . CHRISTINE M. OTT " Chris " . . . talkative, friendly, ambitious . . . " Smile, God Loves Ya! " . . . pet peeves-liars, friends who really aren ' t . . . remembers those Drama Festivals, and being with friends . . . peace and happiness . . . JOHN R. PALYS . . . And much that was madness. And more that was sin. And horror the soul of the pilot . . . Never winged seraphs half so fair . . . E. A. Poe DONNA M. PANACY " Rico " . . . Italian, crazy, sensitive . . . pet peeve-people who don ' t pay attention to me ... football games with Roger, David, Peter, and Donna ... the Tripp Clan and in-laws . . . Roger and my rings DEBORAH M. PANICO " Debe " . . . gullible, sensitive, patient . . . " I don ' t know " . . . The Surf . . . " I ' ll Be Around " . . . 11 10 72 . . . John . . . " the Shed " . . . treasures a special ring ... to be a model . . . LISA J. PARRIN Crazy, lively, argumentative . . . " How true " ... St. James Hall ... pet peeve- braces ... to travel and to go to college ... to graduate . . . Mr. Dawe ' s history class . . . " Indian Reservation " . . . WILLIAM E. PARSONS " Billy " . . . laughing, carefree ... to love and be loved . . . found at Michelle ' s house ... pet peeve-being interrupted . . . to settle down and be happy . . . wishes for world peace . . . skipping in the patio . . . " How Can I Tell Her " . . . " to be a success in whatever field I endeavor " . ANNAMARIE PASCARELLI Cheerful, active, ambitious . . . " get it together girls! " . . . found cheering for the boys . . . pet peeve-friends who really aren ' t . . . cheering, Mac, Homecoming, Sketti Supper . . . treasures her motorcycle and Peggy ' s friendship . . . painting the ticket booths ... to be an airline stewardess . . . PAULA M. PASCARELLI Treasures her diamond ring . . . moody, sometimes happy or sad . . . " JOE C. " . . . New Hampshire ... pet peeve- conceited people ... to be married . . . 12 5 72 . . . junior year, skipping with Donna, DeDee, Cheryl . . . DEBRA E. PERKINS " Debbie " . . . guUible, happy . . . " Hey like, you know " . . . remembers Spain, chemistry, drama festivals and Mr. E ' s history classes ... pet peeve-unfriendly people . . . Chicago . . . Resnick ' s . . . belt loops ... to go to college and be happy ALDEN L. PERRY " Duck " . . . " now. listen you " . . . Chem II with Mr. Holbert . . . Carpenters- " Close to You " . . . Pre-Medicine major . . . hopes to find cancer cure and eliminate drug addiction . . . good math and science departments at SHS . . . ROBERT J. PERRY " Bob " . . . athletic, curls, quiet . . . " Sure, is that right? " ... the woodlands . . . hockey ... to own a G.N.H. Champion LEO R. PICHE " Wiz " . . . sloppy, disorganized . . . ride in the " Green Bomb " ... the shed . . . remembers: Ted ' s shop, commons . . . Grand Funk, " Closer to Home " ... get into construction . . . RALPH F. POLILLIO JR. " Porky " . . . riding with Ray . . . football and track ... the " Hut " . . . upstairs . . . making tapioca . . . treasures his car and right knee ... to fix up " krack " ... to be happy . . . RAYMOND F. POLILLIO " Ray " . . . Found anywhere in his Nova . . . memories of N.H. and Boogy Creek . . . Frankenstein ... pet peeve-the bolt and nothing to do . . . plans to travel . . . ELIOT S. POPPER " Solve the energy crisis! " . . . more gas . . . pet peeve-Ford Fairlanes . . . beating Ron D. . . . race back from Franklin . . . Neal says . . . Friendly Ice Cream . . . Jim Croce, " I ' ve Got A Name " . . . ALBERT J. PRISCO " Albie " . . . athletic, energetic, mischievous . . . " Get outa here! " . . . found at a hockey rink ... 4 a.m. practices ... to be an electrician . . . " Make It with You " . . . JAMES PULSINELLI " Give me a lever long enough, and a fulcrum strong enough, and single handed I can move the world. " Archimedes of Syracuse I ALLEN RAMS " Among good things, I prove and find the quiet life doth most abound. " GRETCHEN R. QUINN Happy, gulUble . . . Mr. O ' Leary ' s driver-ed . . . green . . . volleyball . . . treasures her license . . . " Chicago " . . . found with Billy . . . pet peeve- liars ... to go to college and be happy . . . DAWN RAN LETT " To live is like to love--aIl reason is against it, and all healthy instinct for it. " SCOTT J. REED Easy going . . . cool it . . . pet peeve- office personnel turning the radio station off ... to go to Northeast School of Broadcasting . . . meeting Jayne . . . Moody Blues ... to become a popular disc jockey . . . GARY REDDINGTON " One ' s real life is so often the that one does not lead. " Ufe JOANNA L. REGO " Jo " . . . analytical, perseverant . . . " What ' s happening? " . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . Creative Media, Chem n, Math Analysis, Journalism . . . Science Fairs, New York City . . . to be a chemist, and help those less fortunate . . . WILLIAM RIED " I count life just a stuff To try the soul ' s strength on. " Browning EVELYN A. REIFSCHNEIDER " Ev " . . . talkative ... pet peeve- school ... to be married ... ' 60 Caddy . . . Tony . . . 12 28 70 . . . drive-in Friday nites ... a wet Saturday . . . New York trip ... the gang at work and school . . . CHERYL A. RICHARDSON Remembers the Rock . . . 6 3 71 . . . Jones School swings . . . the third . . . overboard with Mogen David . . . jealous math mates . . . waiting with Gail . . . parties at Woodsie ' s . . . gangster days . . . " Let ' s walk home " . . . picnic basket . . . EDWARD P. REILLY " Eddie " . . . tall, quiet, sincere . . . " Hey " . . . found in my car ... pet peeve-looking for a parking space . . . to go to college, become rich . . . would like to stop all wars . . . Junior year . . . Chicago " maximum security. " MARY M. RICHARDSON " Clarence " . . . gullible, friendly . . . Ames Pond . . . " Kilbng Me Softly " . . . " Will ya huh, will ya, huh, huh, huh? " . . . Roxie ' s Market . . . Chorus, Junior Prom, Spain . . . wishes prejudice never existed . . . hopes dents vanish from Mike ' s car . . . dislikes JAMES D. ROBICHAU " Roger, Pookie, Neck " . . . athletic, happy, aggressive . . . " Ripped Off . . . stop wars and make peace . . . Remembers Christmas Dance ' 72 . . . hockey practice at 4 o ' clock in the morning . . . Would like to see open campus for future seniors . . . MICHAEL T. RIVERS Mike . . . yellow . . . excitable . . . pet peeve-rubber mats . . . fringe benefits ... I ' d like to, but ah . . . " twenty three . . . Rolfs . . . Knee S. ... wrestling and track . . . stupid little collies . . . college. MICHAEL J. ROCCI " Mike " . . . friendly, understanding ... " I saw everything " . . . remembers skipping classes . . . Cheech and Chong ... pet peeve-school . . . wishes for peace, understanding . . . to be a mechanic, a millionaire . . . T T 4 •5- vSm 1 LESLEY ROCHE " The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. " Aristotle DIANA ROGERS " Roger " . . . crazy, disagreeable, quiet ... pet peeve-flirtatious girls . . . John Plumber . . . " Wild Flower " . . . found with Sue Giles . . . remembers football games ... to travel. MARK B. ROSSMAN " I was happy as a child with my toys . . . I have been happier every year since I became a man . . . But this interlude of school makes a somber gray patch upon the chart of my journey. " Sir Winston Churchill ALAN RUBEL " Well I don ' t know exactly what ' s going on in the world today. Don ' t know what there is to say, about the way people are treating each other, not like brothers. We should try to learn a new faith for the whole world wide human race. " Leon Russell and Don Preston L RICHARD RUNNALS " No man can justly censure or condemn another, because indeed no man truly knows another. " Sir Thomas Browne THOMAS N. RUNNALS " Tom " . . . " What ' s happening? " . . . Glen Echo ... pet peeve- Mr. D ' Agostino . . . stock car racing . . . more gas . . . c- hour commons . . . Rolling Stones . . . " We need more parking area for the students. " GARY W. RYDER " Easy " . . . moody, stubborn, friendly . . . " If you only knew! " . . . best described by Maine and McDonalds . . . pet peeve- Fords . . . Eric Clapton ' s " Bell Bottom Blues " . . . Fall of ' 72 . . . peace of mind to everyone ... to face reality . . . plans for civel engineering; drafting. MADELINE SACCO " Maddy " . . . gullible and friendly . . . " Come on, cut it out! " . . . pet peeve- stuck up people . . . Randolph at the rocks . . . wishes that hippies would go home . . . remembers Mr. McCarthy, . . . Moody Blues . . . wishes to be a lab technician . . . No senior privileges . . . JANET M. SBARDELLA Quiet, shy ... " Oh?! " . . . " Colour My World " ... To work with the handicapped. JAYNE M. SCANLON . . . You can ' t always get what you want, . . . But if you try sometime, . . . You just might find, . . . You get what you need. Jagger-Richard MIKE SCHILLINGER " To live long is almost everyone ' s wish, but to live well is the ambition of few. " Hughes LINDA D. SCHUBARTH Always laughing, talking . . . " What do I feel like? " . . . found at Greg ' s . . . summers with Terry, Deb, Mai, Tom, and Brian . . . " Holbert ' s Heroes " . . . 7 14 72 ... pet peeves-being Ross ' s sister and saying good-bye ... " I Can See Clearly Now " . . . PAUL R. SEERY JR. " Paul " . . . pet peeve-zebras ... to destroy every computer on earth ... to move to Sweden or Arizona . . . Rolling Stones- " Symphony for the Devil " . . . wants to see the world in a stable state DONNA SUSAN SHAPIRO Friendly, sensitive, forgetful . . . " Really? " Jeff, 6 30 72 . . . summers, smiles, the Inn, walks with a friend, old songs . . . " Stairway to Heaven " ... to be happy . . . EDWARD A. SHAPIRO " Big Ed " . . . possessive and persuasive . . . " Let me check " . . . Radio Shack- Westgate Mall ... my car breaking down ... to get married to Jeannie ... to be very rich ... no problems for anyone . . . F-hour Commons . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . M. OCTAVIA SERPA " Love is Blue " . . . friendly, quiet . . . hopes for world peace . . . found at work ... pet peeve-people who think they know everything ... to be a secretary, travel, and be happy. BARBARA A. SHARPLES " Barb " . . . friendly, happy, helpful . . . remembers friends, Mrs. Krause, water fight in A 4th . . . The Rolling Stones and Beach Boys ... pet peeve-getting up in the morning . . . h opes to teach retarded children and be happy. TIMOTHY J. SHEA " Tim " . . . quiet, inquisitive, sensitive . . . " The buck stops here " ... pet peeve- getting library passes . . . would like to make at least one person happy in my lifetime ... Mr. Berry . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Waten; " . . . Fighting the " Thundering Herd " in the corridors . . . found in Chemistry lab. LOLITA M. M. SILVA " Lo " . . . Zeke ' s Place . . . too bad . . . sales and retail ... pet peeve-Florence . . . " Living For The City " . . . remembers working in the Campus Shop during spare time ... to be good at what I do . . . CHRISTINE A. SINGLE " Chris " . . . happy-go-lucky ... " I know " . . . the beach . . . pet peeve-snobs ... to be happy . . . everyone to be happy . . . Spaghetti Supper ... Sly and the Family Stone. KATHLEEN L. SLATER " Kathi " . . . quiet, shy . . . pet peeve-nosy people . . . hopes to bve a happy life . . . Junior Prom . . . Jethro TuII . . . remembers Mr. P. . . . GARY SMITH " Today let me live well, none knows what may be tomorrow. " Palladas LINDA A. SMITH " Lasalette " ... to marry Bobby . . . 8 29 72 . . . summer of ' 69 ... Alice Cooper . . . " Superstar " , " In the Beginning " . . . 87 LOREEN SMITH " Smith " . . . tall, sensitive, quiet, friendly . . . " to thine own self be true " . . . the theatre, Mansfield, DlOl ... pet peeves- not getting mail, two-faced people . . . cross country, England . . . make money . . . " It Don ' t Matter to Me " . . . remembers: summer of ' 71, Miss Herrera PAUL G. SMITH " Smith " . . . friendly, happy, sensitive . . . wishes people would accept others for what they are . . . drama festivals, second coves, good times, " 18th Noel " , Blue Hills and Field ' s Park . . . Sha-na-na . . . SHS is a nice place to visit, but ... to work with people . . . VICTOR R. SMITH " Pearl " . . . cool, brave, smart, athletic . . . " Hey Clyde " ... the basketball court . . . pet peeve-losing a game of one on one . . . would like to run Nixon out of office . . . " Victor, you ' re the greatest . . . remembers basketball championships WALTER J. STANKIEWICZ " To be or not to be, that is the question. " SUSAN A. STICKLER " Sue " . . . hypochondriac, unique . . . " I ' m sick " . . , found at 1179 Central Street . . . would like to help those who can ' t help themselves ... 3 Dog Night ... pet peeve-people who don ' t give a damn ... to have everyone treated equally . . . MARK E. SPENCER " Never do today what you can put off until Tomorrow! " . . . found in the photo darkroom . . . pet peeve-the Honeywell DDP-116 computer ... the weekly bombscare . . . Jim Croce . . . wishes for impeachment . . . JEAN L. STATKUS " Jeanne " . . . tall, weird, roaming around . . . " ya, right " . . . Porter Street . . . pet peeve-gym . . . Civics with Mr. Ed . . . wishes Vietnamese children could have food, clothes, and good homes . . . " Top of the World " ... to be happy in whatever I do ... to go to Tennessee . . . LEO W. SPILLANE " Skinny " . . . quiet, intelligent, lies a lot ... " Hey, What ' s Happening? " . . . pet peeve-people who know everything and never thought to ask why . . . remembers locked basements . . . wishes for a better understanding of one another ... to make someone special happy . . . SUSAN M. STEWART " Seusus " . . . quiet, an instigator . . . " Let ' s get something to eat " . . . found at Scituate Harbor remembers water fights in A4th freshman year . . . " Friends " . . . B ette Midler ... to travel around the countrv . . . DON ST. PETER " A little work, a little sweating, a few brief, flying years; a little joy, a little fretting, some smiles and then some tears; a little resting in the shadow, a struggle to the height, a futile search for El Dorado, and then we say Good Night. " Walt Mason LINDA S. SUGRUE " She-grew " . . . found at McDonald ' s with Annemarie and Alicia . . . " You ' re mental " . . . pet peeve- arguing with a certain person . . . 11 18 72 ... Jr. Prom . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . wants to travel YVETTE M. STRAUGHTER " You ' ll know it ' s me when they stand up and talk, write, and sing about me. Black and Beautiful Me, You ' ll know it ' s me. " JAN-MARIE SWEENEY " Jan " . . . crazy, sarcastic, friendly . . . " c ' est la vie " . . . April in Paris . . . the Rugby players . . . Jonathan . . . " Hot Pants " . . . pet peeve- backstabbers . . . Naples, Maine . . . echpse on public beach . . . buffe . . . MARYBETH T. TALLARIDA Weird, emotional, sarcastic ... a hiking trip with my slippers . . . April in Paris-double b6b6 . . . blue and yellow prom ... ski club jinx . . . " mini Guinea " . . . " that ' s cute " . . . " Press, press! " with Priscilla . . . fires on the beach . . . SUSAN I. STRITTMATTER " Sue " . . . quiet, sensitive . . . found in Pam ' s car almost anywhere . . . " Nights in White Satin " . . . Moody Blues ... to be happy . . . remembers the " Prince " and " Skates " ... to get married . . . JOHN T. SZUM " Szumma " . . . clever, ambitious . . . found in produce dept. at Roxies . . . " That Lady " . . . U.S. History with Mr. Green . . . " This world that we ' re a livin ' in is mighty hard to beat; you get a thorn with every rose, but ain ' t the roses sweet? " ANGELINA J. TEMPESTA " Lena " . . . friendly, weird, outgoing . . . " You ' re crazy! " . . . Dorothy Jean ' s Bakery ... pet peeve-students spreading rumors ... to become a secretary . . . change people ' s attitudes about life . . . sociology with Kell, freshman gvm class . . . JOYCE M. THOMAS " Shorty " . . . friendly, quiet . . . " really " . . . can be found outside . . . pet peeve-school lunches . . . plans to be happy, travel . . . wants to be rich and happy . . . Remembers Junior Class trip . . . " Precious and Few " . . . PAULA M. TINGLOF Friendly, crazy, always smiling . . . " Knock it off! " ... pet peeve- borrowing money . . . remembers a New York trip, Boston . . . plans to teach . . . " Proud Mary " ... the BeeGees . . . wishes for everyone to be friends . . . LINDA A. THOMAS Friendly, quiet . . . " Right " . . . memories of Junior Class trip . . . " Delta Dawn " ... to travel and be content . . . 1 J r 1 KATHLEEN M. TOBIN " Kathy " . . . short, happy-go-lucky, sentimental . . . " Hey Kid " . . . hockey games . . . Moody Blues . . . pet peeve-gym class, arguing . . . wishes to change 3 22 73 . . . History with Mr. E. McCarthy . . . DONNA M. TIERNEY Moody . . . fond memories of New Hampshire and the Cape . . . Steve ... to recover a certain ' 66 black Ford . . . pet peeve-people who think of themselves only . . . 11 10 72 . . . skipping with Paula, DeDee, and Cheryl ... to live a life worth Uving KATHRYN L. TRACEY " Kathy " . . . artistic, vivacious, smiling ... a month in Falmouth . . . sailing, out of doors . . . wiggles. Trace, Junior Prom . . . Chicago, " Colour My World " . . . tolerance . . . CAROL A. TRIPP " No Man Is An Island Entire of Itself. Every Man is a Piece of the Continent, A Part of the Main. " BRUCE E. TROTTA Tall, dark, handsome, modest . . . " That ' s Right " . . . found in locker room . . . pet peeve-walking in crowded corridors ... to make myself and other people happy . . . " Spaceman " , " Precious and Few " . . . to go to college . . . DAVID TRIPP " Life is a fortress which neither you nor I know anything about. " Napoleon SUSAN M. TROPEA " Tro " . . . energetic, happy, sensitive . . . my comer of the varsity room . . . coaches who don ' t care ... Jr. Prom with Mike , . . " How Can I Tell Her " ... to major in Phys. Ed. or French CYNTHIA UGO " A loving lit tle hfe of sweet small works. " Swinburne DONNA K. VAN HORN Friendly, easygoing . . . " Good for you " ... pet peeve-school lunches, two-faced people . . . plans to travel, be happy, and rich . . . remembers Junior Class trip . . . " Colour My World " . . . Chicago . . . MARIA L. VASCONCELOS " Lucky " . . . shy, sensitive, friendly, quiet . . . " Love ya " ... the beach ... pet peeve-gym . . . " If Loving You is Wrong, I Don ' t Want to be Right " . . . Mrs. Kauffman ' s class . . . plans to work and to go to France . . . wants to change all the hate to love . . . KENNETH B. VEIGA " KB " . . . quiet, daydreams, crazy . . . " It ' s cool " . . . Cape Cod . . . pet peeve- perfection . . . hopes for greater understanding among people . . . Maria . . . football . . . " Shaft " . . . future social worker, or would like to get a government job. DIANE M. VENTRESCO " Di " . . . quiet, friendly, happy . . . found in Norwood with Kenny . . . pet peeve- my car konking out . . . wishes peace and happiness for everyone . . . Rolling Stones . . . " Colour My World " . . . remembers Miss Mac ' s class, water fight on A4th with Jo- Ann, Barbie, Sue . . . ELIZABETH J. VISSER " Betsy " ... " I hate it " . . . moody, sensitive . . . pet peeve-being teased and aggravated . . . wishes to put all people together and not be segregated . . . " Watching and Waiting " . Moody Blues, Bob Dylan . . . remembers-summer of ' 71. Louey the Cat . . . would hke to live and go to school in Canada . . . STUART H. WAHL " Harpo " . . . " All right, he got you " . . . cruising around with Pete ... the ranks, JV hockey . . . Todd Rundgren ... to be a cop . . . ROSEANN L. WALSH Smiling, friendly, easy-going, and confused . . . " End it " . . . pink . . . freshman year . . . Dead-Ham . . . daisy chain and Jr. Prom . . . cheering for our boys ... pet peeve-nosy people . . . treasures all she has, her friends . . . loves that bird ... on the road to find out . . . DIANE F. WARD " Didi " . . . quiet, friendly . . . anywhere with Joe ... pet peeve-cliques . . . gym classes with " Aggie ' s Athletes ' " . . . Moody Blue ... to get married and find happiness . . . SHARON L. WASHWELL " Wellwash " . . . wants to teach a certain person how to dance . . . Bread ... to be a secretary . . . CAROL P. WESSLING ' In spite of myself, I continue to hope . . it can ' t be real! " . . . JOYCE WESTBROOK " Let us be patient, tender, wise, forgiving. In this strange task of living; For if we fail each other, each will be Grey driftwood lapsing to the bitter sea. " Martin Armstrong PRISCILLA M. B. WHELAN Effervescent, svelt ... the ocean . . . Van Morrison, Loggins and Messina . . . Paris to Nice ... blue and yellow prom . . . Dennisport . . . early morning escapades long stretches of beach memorable ski trips . . . sailing dilemmas miles from shore . . . weekend fires . . . NUNITA M. WHITE " Nita " . . . laughable, crazy, outgoing . . . the Cape . . . " What ' s Happening " . . . pet peeve-conceited people . . . remembers " F Troop " , Volleyball Championships . . . wants to be happy and live a full life . . . JANICE A, WHITTAKER Remembers getting " psyched " . . . " seven minutes to the danger period " . . . cold water bath . . , " but I don ' t understand " . . . bluejays fly away ... it sounds like . . . midnight champagne ... a small riot . . . " our worst fault is our preoccupation with the faults of others " . . . JAMES W. WILLIAMS III " Jay " . . . tall, good-natured, friendly . . . " Hey man, how ' s it goin ' " ... in the cab of a ten wheeler . . . getting up early in the morning ... to join the Coast Guard ... to get a good paying job . . . end all wars . . . Band in E204 . . . " American Band " . . . BRUCE E. WIL: on " Willy " . , . " Fujimo " . . . pet peeve- making up a test . . . future in government-Governor of Mass. . . . more freedom in commons . . . remembers Lit. of the Sea and winning football championship . . , Grand Funk . . . PATRICIA A. WINTERS " Patty " . . . talkative, weird, crazy . . . remembers driver ed. with Mr. Berry and Mr. Sarno . . . 8 20 73 ... pet peeve- conceited and two-faced people . . . wishes for a cleaner, more beautiful environment . . . treasures a certain somebody and her license . . . KATHLEEN M. WOOD " Kathie " . . . talkative, gullible, friendly . . . a yellow Camaro . . . Alice Cooper . . . remembers trip to New York with Mr. Ed, summers of ' 72 and ' 73 . . . " Hummingbird " ... pet peeve-people that don ' t express their feehngs . . . treasures dungarees ... to be a secretary BRUCE A. YOUNG Quiet, crazy, athletic . . . track with Mr. Green and Mr. " B " ... pet peeve-being sick ... Mr. Holbert and Chem I . . . Grand Funk . . . orange and black . . . wishes for new uniforms ... to enjoy life running . . . IN MEMORIUM DEBORAH M. YETMAN " Debbie " . . . got the nerve . . . " that ' s funny " can be found at the Cape . . . remembers Cassie, skiing in Great Harbor with Tom, Dave, Diane, Paul . . . Summer of " 73 " . . . Typing II ... to travel ... to get married and be happy Amongst the pines with Issy . . . Piling on the pickles at Ratty ' s . . . Being chased by Franny . . . fiesta with Ned . . . The Rhoda and Tim letters ... to be killed Hear! PAMELA SANDERS Sometimes in the morning I catch a falling dream, disappearing scene, and think of someone that I will never see again . . . J. Edwards DIANE M. YETMAN Summers at the Cape . . . sailing . . . Junior Prom . . . found in the Torino . . . treasures her Irish Setter . . . " Colour My World " . . . caring . . . 8 14 73 ... to be happy . . . DONNA L. ZIZZO " Donna " . . . short, crazy . . . " Oh my God " . . . Goddard Memorial Hospital . . . pet peeve-being mistaken for a freshman in your senior year . . . wants to be a nurse and grow taller . . . wishes for peace and happiness . . . remembers a certain chemistry class . . . Chicago,- " Beginnings " . . . " Pieces of April " . . . COMING . . . IN VOLUME II . . . m4 0 ltime II I 1 Ed Musmon explains his project to a judge. 99 The note book is a very important part of the Science Fair project. SKI CLUB MATH COMPOSITION CHESS CLUB CLUBS CHESS CLUB Front Row: John Baptista, Larry Thomas, Neil Cronin, Frank Gray, Waher Bamberg, Joanna Rego. Back Row: Bruce Young, Alden Perry, Mrs. Kauffman, Mark Rossman, Paul Gusciora. DECA Front Row: Ed Green, Madaline Sacco, Maria Cimildora, Karen Audlee, Jane Brown. Roseann Grasso, Janice Crosby, Donna Connolly. Back Row: Ed Shapiro, Donna Panacy, Brian Crean, Steve King, Ray Lyons, Lolita Silva, Kevin Riley, Matt Foster, Mr. A. McCarthy. MATH COMPOSITION Front Row: Neil Cronin, Kenny Jardin, Mr. Aalpoel. Back Row: Mark Rossman, Joanna Rego. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION ' Have one on the house. ' " I wish he ' d pay more attention to me and les; to the reindeer. " 44 THE KNIGHTS BEFORE CHRISTMAS " CHRISTMAS DANCE December 14, 1973 And these are all the good children, Santa. " 101 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Jammie Napolitano, Roseann Walsh. Jannene Napolitano. Second Row: Susan Moran, Patty Moeller. Kathy Teed. Barbara O ' Neil, AnnMarie Pascarelli, Alicia Abramowicz, Barbara Coulter, Karen Spencer. Third Row: Karen Crean, Cheryl DeVaughn, Denise Leopardi. Kathy McAvoy, Patty Tobin. CHEERLEADERS JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Mona McKinnon, Donna Rodrigues. Second Row: Suzanne Roche. Kathy McAvoy ynne Jardin, Leslie Myers. Third Row: Donna DiStefano, Nancy Carlson, Cheryl Thomas. Fourth Row: Nancy Sperandio, Mary O ' Neil. Roso.inn .iMi MAJORETTES Front Row: Chris Ott, Denyce Musial, Debbie Cullen, Jane Berry, Daphne Daley, Rene Vita. Second Row: Regina Churchill. Anne Curran, Kathy Gallagher, Debbie Sweeney, Nancy Brennick. Missing: Lynne O ' Reilly. MAJORETTES John Baslole Richard Cameron Cheryl Manson Lynne O ' Reilly Diana Roeers Jan-Marie Sweeney Mike Ventresco Jane Courtney Brian Gardner Pam Gilbert DRAMATICS Susan Giles " Twelve Angry People " . . . Juror 3, Andrea Bedard makes a point as Joanne Giardano, Elizabeth Cox, Monica Azevedo, and John Palvs look on. Tournament of Plays Winners of Distinguished Performance Awards: Donald Atkinson. Kathy Sidebottom, Sue Perdigao, Scott Jardin, Rich Cameron, Ron Azevedo, Sharon Minsky. Missing is John Carabatsos. Casts of the Tournament of Plays Winners; " The Bald Soprano " by Class of 1975: Kathy Sidebottom. Sue Perdigao. Liz Schillinger, Marcia Olson, Donald Atkinson, Blaine Howard, Bonnie Benson: Mrs. Linda Dolan, winning director; " Adaptations " by Class of 1976; Marcia Romanuck, Scott Jardin, Ellen Sano, Kris LeClaire, Kathy Allen. Carla Ambrose, Elizabeth Cox, Diane Mavrelion. THESPIAN SOCIETY First Row: Ellen Sano, Vicky Hayward, Pam Gilbert, Sue Perdigao, Pam LeClaire, Jane Courtney, Chris Ott, Susan Giles, Lynne O ' Reilly, Susan Winick. Cheryl Manson, Jan-Marie Sweeney, Kathy Jardin. Second Row: Marge Lombard. Priscilla Whelan, Marybeth Tallarida, Kim LeClaire, Paula Olson, Diana Rogers, Cindy Hill, Maureen Keller, Kathy Allen, Monica Azevedo, Marcia Romanuck, Betsy Mason. Third Row: Michael Joseph. Paul Smith, Richard Cameron, Paul Hausamann. Blaine Howard, Mike Ventresco, Brian Gardner, Mr. Richard Stott, John Baglole, Donald Atkinson, Stephanie Myers, Kathy Sidebottom, Elizabeth Schillinger, Denise LeBlanc. Richard Cameron as Snoopy Pat Flaherty as Charlie Brown Kathy Sidebottom as Lucy Chris Ott " You ' re a Good Man Charlie Brown " Priscilla Whelan STOUGHTON HIGH MARCHING BAND First Column: John McArdle, Steve Small, James Williams, Mike Cerri, Scott Jardin, Eddie Lane, John Blomstrom. Second Column: James Lowden, Mike Joseph, Jim Harding, John Palys, Walter Bamberg, Richard Kearns, Daniel McDonald. Third Column: Atwell Williams, Pamela LeClaire, Michael Riccardi, Rosemary Gonsalves, Cheryl Reid, Stuart Gay, David Smith. Fourth Column: Bill Coughlin, Nanette Jones, Maureen Lynch, Jeff Montgomery, Tod Noble, Ralph Brown, Bill Ryan. Fifth Column: Dick Waite, Jean Castilion. Eric Powers, Joyce Livingstone, Kris LeClaire, Robert Stack, Richard Solito, Gordon Gay. Missing: Peter DiCenso, John Fresina, Fred Holmes. MUSIC SHS PEP BAND James Williams, Mike Cerri, Jim Harding, Dick Waite, Peter DiCenso, John McArdle, Bill Rvan. Missing: John Palys. STOUGHTON HIGH DRILL TEAM STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row: Brenda Daniels. Pete Anastas, Priscilla Whelan, Pat Flaherty. Lynne O ' Reilly, Carol Wessling. Marge Lombard, Jenny Hemeon, Mary Campanario, Judy Bass, Katie McCann, Mr. Anthony Same (advisor). Standing: Karen Demello. Barbara Sestito. Karen Waterman, Steve Lonergran, Carol DeVito, Chris Ott, Vicki Hayward, Kathy Cushing, Debbie Clough, Barbara McCarter, Carol Pernock, Patricia Kelleher, Karen White, Kevin Laurie, Greg Hill. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: Susan Cohenno, Lee Circeo, Jean Castillion, Kim LeBlanc, Mary Gusciora, Lynda Johnson, Debbie Clough, Chend McDermott, Pamela Gilbert, Janet Dague, Lisa Daynes. Second Row: Paul Gusciora, David Makris, Jack Zawalich, Jack Joseph, Neil McGrail, Bruce Young, Carol Wessling, Janice Whittaker, Peggy MacDonald, Karen Waterman. Susan Piche, Marvbeth Tallarida. Third Row : Russ DePina, Alden Perry. Joanna Rego. Mark Rossman. Neil Cronin. Anne Curran. Cathy McDonnell. Carol DeVito. Yicki Ha ■ v■ard. . nn Farrell. Elizabeth Schillinger. Marcia Olson. C ' .,;ryl Manson. NEW MEMBERS. NATIONAL HONOR SOClET Front Row: Barbara McCarter. Lenore Valutkevich, Barbara Sestito. Lisa Grady. Standing: Charles Ivaldi. Russ Clough. Marty Thomas. Brett Maclnnes, Alan Laferriere, Cathy Maclnnes, Wendy Hanna. Bonnie Benson, Kathv Sidebottom. Janice Gustatson. Margie Donovan. Mrs. Pauline Savicki (advisor), Mrs. Janet Krol (advisor). THE QUEEN AND HER COURT Chris Ott. Cheryl Richardson, Queen AnnMarie PascarelH, Mary Galanis, AHcia Abramowicz. HOMECOMING Queen AnnMarie PascarelH. with escort Eddie Ivaldi. sheds tears of jov as she is crowned by Robin Vita. 1972 Queen, and Mr. Gary Erickson. Advisor. Class of 1974. ' 5 LITERARY STAFF AnnMarie Pascarelli, Debbie Perkins, Kathy Tracey, Susan Cohenno, Seth Livingstone, Priscilla Whelan, Lynne O ' Reilly. Cindy Hill, Jennifer Hemeon. Standing: Paul Gusciora, Jan Marie Sweeney, Billy Alexander, Kathy McGrail, Lynne Kelly, Cathy McDonnell, Alan Laferriere, Cheryl McDermott, Kathy Cushing, Debbie Clough, Eileen O ' Brien. Peggy MacDonald. Wendy Hanna, Janice Whittaker. Peter Anastas. Mark Lubow, Russ Clough. Barbara McCarter. BUSINESS MANAGERS Marybeth Tallarida (patrons). Annmarie Pascarelli (advertising). Chris Ott (business). SENIOR COORDINATORS Mr. Tapper (advisor). Kathy Tracey. Susan Cohenno. Cheryl McDermott. Jennifer Hemeon. Cindy Hill. AnnMarie Pascarelli. Standing: Jan Marie Sweeney, Peter Anastas, Janice Whittaker. Lynne O ' Reilly, Seth Livingstone, Priscilla Whelan. Russ Clough. 110 LITERARY EDITORS Kathy Tracey (art), Mr. Tapper (literary advisor), Seth Livingstone (editor-in-chieO- PHOTOJOURNALISM STAFF Kevin Fortier, Edwin Lee, Lisa Polivan, Marlene Solito, Manny Almeida. Joe Fernandes, Mark Spencer (photo editor), Mr. Maioli (photography advisor), Susan Ruggerio, Marcia Romanuck, Maureen Lynch. ADVERTISING AND SALES STAFF Marybeth Tallarida, AnnMarie Pascareili, Chris Ott, Mr. A. McCarthy (business advisor), Linda Schubarth, Karen Kane. Ill Our thanks to the many raphers who contributed yearbook: Priscilla Whelan Susan Stickler Mark Spencer Edwin Lee Marcia Romanuck Marlene Solito Chester Chipman Corinne Maioli Eliot Popper Susan Ruggerio Mr. Bernier Mr. O ' Donnell Mr. Maioli Mr. Blackwell photog- to the CUB REPORTERS Front Row: Katie McCann. Claudia Sweeney. Robin Roit. Mr. Tapper, Tina Fezio. Gigi McKeen. Barbara Carlsen. Sally Valadao. Second Row: Chris Boyatzis, Linda Vitiello, John Chodor, Tony Fernandes. Beth Callahan. Judy McGibbon, Sherryl Franklin, Terri Silva, Loretta Abril, Patricia Blum, Stuart Barer. SPORTS REPORTERS Front Row: Mark Lubow, Lynne O ' Reilly, Seth Livingstone. Second Row: Paul Swan. David Jackson, Jay Jardin. JOURNALISM EDITORIAL STAFF OF THE KNIGHT Mr. Tapper (advisor), Debbie Clough (make-up editor). Kathy Cushing (make-up editor), Eileen O ' Brien (make-up editor), Seth Livingstone (sports editor), Wendy Hanna (make-up editor), Cathy McDonnell (make- up editor). Annmarie Pascarelli (business manager). KNIGHT-CRUSADER STAFF Front Row: Debbie Perkins, Kathy Cushing, Susan Cohenno, Priscilla Whelan. Eileen O ' Brien, Juanita Silva. Annmarie Pascarelli, Billy Alexander. Second Row: Debbie Clough, Wendy Hanna, Cathy McDonnell, Peter Anastas, Barbara McCarter, .Alan Laferriere. Maureen Lynch. Lynda Johnson. Donna Dipoli, Susan Ruggerio, Paul Gusciora. 112 PANCAKE JREAKFAST ' Call It in the air — heads or tails. ' ' Ray: MONEY, MONEY, MONEY ... all mine! Harley: Now, now, now, Ray, Let ' s not be greedy! " If they only knew what was in it! " " Relax and have fun!!! " " So, how come I ' m so tired? " CLASS OF 1974 Bus driver, tour guide, and stewardess? ANNUAL CLASS TRIP Frank Davis ' Resort June 3, 1974 Bocce Body English? 14 WATER FOLLIES " Row, row, row your boat . . . (Ames Man overboard!!!! " Man, looka dem waves! " Pond was never like this. " To the rescue!!! Immigrants to a new land? 116 118 CLASS NIGHT AWARDS June 5, 1974 AMERICAN LEGION SILVER MEDAL Fernando Camara D. A. R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Anne Curran DRY POND ASSOCIATION AWARD Daphne Daly FIELDBROOK YOUNG WOMAN ' S CLUB AWARD Cheryl Manson HENRY W. WILSON MEMORIAL AWARD Susan Giles NATIONAL MIERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AWARDS: CERTIFICATES OF NATIONAL MERIT John Palys Timothy Shea SEMIFINALIST Alden Perry LETTERS OF COMMENDATION Jean Castilion Lee Circeo Neil Cronin Paul Gusciora Steven Lonergan Richard Nieskens Mark Spencer ROXIE ' S MARKET AWARD Denise Coffey STOUGHTON MINERVA LODGE, DAUGHTERS OF ITALY, AWARD Marybeth Tallarida STOUGHTON POLICEWOMEN ' S AWARD Janice Whittaker STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB JUNIORS AWARD Jean Castilion STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS Art Andrew Dijak Business Education Maria Octavia Serpa Dramatics Brian Gardner English Seth Livingstone Foreign Language Anne Curran Home Economics MaryJane Locantore Industrial Arts Robert O ' Donnell Instrumental Music Peter DiCenso Journalism Seth Livingstone Mathematics Paul Gusciora Physical Education (Boys) Edward Ivaldi Physical Education (Girls) Christine Ott Science Paul Gusciora Social Studies Maria Octavia Serpa Vocal Music Michael Joseph COMMENCEMENT AWARDS June 7, 1974 AHAVATH TORAH BROTHERHOOD SCHOLARSHIP Kenneth Golder ANDREW WONG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AnnMarie Pascarelli BROCKTON PUBLIC MARKET SCHOLARSHIP Victoria Hayward BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABORATORIES SCHOLARSHIP Marjorie Lombard DR. CHARLES H. GRAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Christine Ott 119 EDWIN A. JONES PRIZES Anne Curran Timothy Shea THE FRANK VOGEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Anne Curran FRED AND SARAH LIPSKY ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP Joanna Rego FRED C, PHILLIPS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Susan Cohenno K. of C. Lt. KENNETH DONAHUE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Bruce Bucklin LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF STOUGHTON SCHOLARSHIP Victoria Hayward MICHAEL ROMANUCK VFW POST 1645 SCHOLARSHIP Margaret MacDonald RICHARD M. FITZPATRICK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP David Makris SHAWMUT, INC. SCHOLARSHIP Maria Octavia Serpa SIMEONE STONE CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP Paul Gusciora STOUGHTON BOOSTERS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP John Gaffney Susan Tropea STOUGHTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JAMES A. KELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Brett Maclnnes STOUGHTON CHAPTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AWARD Kathryn Tracey STOUGHTON FAIR HOUSING AID HUMAN RIGHTS ASSN. SCHOLARSHIP Yvette Straughter STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP Peter DiCenso, Mark Bruce, Michael Joseph STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP Cheryl Richardson, Lynne O ' Reilly, Kevin McCarthy STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL THESPIAN SCHOLARSHIP Richard Cameron, Jr., Paul Smith, Michael Ventresco STOUGHTON JAYCEE WIVES SCHOLARSHIP Lee Circeo STOUGHTON LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Deborah Cullen STOUGHTON LITTLE LEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP Daniel Mark STOUGHTON LODGE NO. 72, I.O.O.F. SCHOLARSHIP Mary Galanis STOUGHTON LODGE NO. 150, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MYRON E. GARBER AWARD John Zawlich STOUGHTON P.T.A. SCHOLARSHIP Carol Wessling STOUGHTON PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Mark Rossman STOUGHTON ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Neil Cronin STOUGHTON SITTER SERVICE SCHOLARSHIPS Kathleen McEwan STOUGHTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Michael Joseph — In Memory of Mr. John F. Goff Daniel Mark — In Memory of Mrs. Marjorie McAvoy Jan-Marie Sweeney — In Memory of Mr. Paul M. Pittman Priscilla Whelan — In Memory of Mr. Francis H. Vogel STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Cheryl McDermott WEST STOUGHTON CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC. SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Cindy Hill STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FUND AWARDS Anne Curran Timothy Shea John Palys CLASS OFFICERS AND ESCORTS Kevin McCarthy (vice-president). Patty Moeller, Diana Yetman, Brett Maclnnes (treasurer), Gayle Kracov. Kenny Colder (president). Mary Galanis (secretary). Ross Schubarth. SENIOR RECEPTION May n, 1974 •■■•■.V. t ' l ' ' ' : ' 11 . ' " ' " ' ' 3 Mark Bruce . . . " Bridge Over Troubled Water. " One. Two. Cha. Cha. Cha 122 Senior Reception Queen Karen Kane, witii her escort, Kevin Caddell, is crowned by Junior Prom Queen Kathy Tracey. SEEMS LIKE YESTERDA Y THE QUEEN AND HER COURT Cheryl Richardson, Gayle Kracov, Denyce Musial, Queen Karen Kane, Kathy Tracey, Janiece Morrill, Jane Brown, Kaihy Flaherty. 123 124 Typical Senior during the last year of School Streaking in the snow Fe. Fi. Fo. Fum McGrail. Clough. and John Szum CLASS OF 1975 OFFICERS AND ADVISORS Miss Maureen Herrera, advisor, Margie Donovan, treasurer, Eileen O ' Brien, secretary, Billy Alexander, vice-president, Lisa Grady, president, Mr. William D ' Agostino, advisor. CLASS OF 1975 JUNIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE BOARD Front Row: Miss Herrera, Gary Rodrigues, Barb Sestito, Karen Waterman, Pam LeClaire, Loma Valutkevich, Russ DePina, Derek Green, Mr. D ' Agostino. Second Row: Margie Donovan, Billy Ale.xander, Karen Spencer, Eileen O ' Brien, Doreen Monahan, Donna Szum, Lisa Grady. Barb McCarter. 130 Officers Lisa Grady and Eileen O ' Brien and escorts. Happiness is . . . twin sisters! JUNIOR PROM This Magic Moment April 19, 1974 QUEEN AND HER COURT Wendy Hanna, Mary Pitta, Patty Tobin, Queen Michele McKinnon, Dehhie Pelkev Melanie Barrett, Debbie Carl, Lisa Grady. 13 SUB SUPPER Now that ' s a lot of bologna! Gini Homer at the guitar, backed up by Elaine O ' Donneli, Carolyn Curtis, Kathy Robert Rich talks as Carols n Curtis hangs on every word. Allen, Melanie Henkel, Caria Ambrose. Mary Calibani. (Photo: Solito) (Photo: Ruggerio) SOPHOMORE DANCE We ' re Halfway There " One for the road. Ricky? " (Photo: Romanuck) 135 Spirit of 76 Mr. Leonard Cidado, advisor, Renee Vita, vice president, Barbara Ralston, secretary. Sue Davis, treasurer, Barry Bucklin, president. 136 SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BO.ARD Front Row: Annette Pascarelli. Lee Frisco, Diane LaVerghetta. Suzanne Roche, Kathy Seery, Marcia Romanuck, Donna Rodrigues, Vanessa Klim, Janet Gallagher, John Carrabatsos. Second Row: Denise Packard, Cheryl Thomas, Diane Ross, Andy Bedard, Terry Ghelfi, Denise Gaudet, Susan Davis, Bunny Hopkins, Terry McStowe, Sandy Goulston, Ann Tropea. Third Row: Connie Volpe, Joanne Green, Carol Lindelof, Eileen Sperandio, Ginger Gooley, Lorn McGarvey, Diana Leffas, Lynne Roberts, Marlene Solito, Franny Abramowicz. Fourth Row: Janis Kosinski, MaryEllen Keen, Diane Gelly, Kathy Toomey, Maureen Lynch. ■» • ■ Margie Wyndam, Arlene Galanis, Barry Bucklin, Kevin Laurie. Fifth Row: Mary DePina, Lisa Polvinen, Robin Rupp, Carolyn Ogar, MaryAnn Stuart. Wendy Wolfe, June Whiffen. Donny Manual. Sixth Row; Carol Wheeler, Grace Sacramona, Eileen Doherty, Linda Barry, Barbara Ralston, Mary O ' Niel, Gail McCarthy, Mary Slattery, Mike Mullen, Kenny Ragusin, Jimmy Kelly, Ivan Wahl, Eddie Bezarro. Standing: Linda Reilly, Judy Kavanaugh, Judy Cowgill, Katie McCann, Lynda Monahan, Tricia Kelleher, Linda Zawaski, Stephanie Anastas, Elaine Maher, Kris Karavas, Carol Pernock, Chuck Vuytowecz, Robby Mclnnis, Steve Kelly, Bonnie Corbett, Jeanette Myers. 137 1 FRANK AND BEAN SUPPER 138 140 CLASS OFFICERS Mr. Thomas Sullivan, advisor, Nancy McCarthy, secretary, Lynn Jardin, president, Chris Gaffney, vice-president, Lynn Dostoomian, treasurer. EXECUTIVE BOARD First Row: Donna Leonard, Robert Baraban. Second Row: Nancy Rodrigues, Linda Palmer, Maureen Pelkey, Sylvia Fisher, Chris Gaffney. Third Row: Mary Ann Loud, Jill Finnerty, Donna DiStefano, Jeannine Roche, Nancy McCarthy. Fourth Row: Jean Burnie, Judy Bishop, Donna Griffin, Patty Batte. Fifth Row: Rhonda Goodman. Corinne Maioli, Deana Daly. FRESHMEN HOCKEY First Row; Joey Cronin, Joe McDonald, Kenny Hardiman, Jackie Calecquire, Brian Barer, Kevin LaPorte, Don Boc, Paul Prisco. Second Row: Peter McKay, Mark Troki, John Barret, A! Kershaw, Jim Murphy, Bob Demattio, David Ryan, Joe Nickerson. Third Row: Rich Fagerberg, Gerry Galizio, Frank Ireland, Bill Allen, Mike Bishop, Bruce Conly, Greg Hill, Steve Glidden. ■ I JV HOCKEY First Row: Fred Simms, Ed Bezarro, Brian Kirkpatrick, Jimmy Carter, Frank Callanan, Brian King. Second Row: Kevin Callanan, George Batte, Tom Vesey, Joe Stanwood, Steve Kershaw. Third Row: Mike Hansen. John Teed, Greg Jackman, Paul Wenskevich, Bob Day, Chuckle Coan, John Muldoon. 143 LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION 144 ' I i if ( . ■0: 1 I I VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Front Row: Jenny Hemeon, Tina Comunale. Jayne Duffy, Denise Coffey. Carol Wessling, Marv Dunfev. Second Row: Coach. Barbara Hern. Sue Tropea. Debbie Russell. Val Washburn. Doryce Smith, Coach, Michelle Foley. Third Row: Wendy Jackman, Lynne Welsh. Jane Staula. Cheryl Leonard, Jody Johnson. 146 " So you shot the ball in the wrong net — At least we scored! " Jody Johnson. Cheryl Leonard, and Mary Dunfey start a Stoughton rush. ' And they told me this wasn ' t a contact sport r- H a ■ V 147 148 VARSITY SOCCER Front Row: Doug Kohls, Joe Silva, Victor Viera, Fernando Camara, Andy Dijak, Eddie Ivaldi, Jack Correia. Second Row: Coach Frank Hall, Kevin Hall, Eddie Lee, Bill Reid, Benny Duval, John McArdle, Ricky Day, Joe Vasconcelos, Sterling Bouxman. Third Row: Kevin Hodges, Chuck Ivaldi, Mark Lubow, Joe Lucier, Mike Dozier, Fernando DaSilva, Joe Nunes, Ed Bezarro, Ed Ahr, Bobby Ivaldi, Ronnie Serpa. STOUGHTON FOOTBALL 1973 Somebody help me! Bill Kezer leads the blocking as Jack Gaffney heads upfield. Ralph Polillio, Tri-Captain Front Row: Jack Gaffney, Steve Rotella, Tom Butler, John Zawalich, Bruce Bucklin, Ralph Polillio, Jim Pulsinelh, Bob Curley, Pat McHugh, Mike O ' Neil. Second Row: Ken Colder, Bob King, Mike DriscoU, Ron Doherty, Barry Bucklin, Chuck Vuytowecz. John Kane, Dennis DriscoU, Kevin Laurie. Third Row: Bill Kezer, John Zawalich Tom Butler 152 Bob Curley Ken Colder Mike Bruce Bucklin, Tri-Captain Mike MacDonald, Bob Fitzpatrick, Dave Cachopa, Paul Colasante, Ted Laurie, Vin Maffaeo, Scott Walton, John Totman. Fourth Row; Gary Burke, Dave DriscoU, Ed Pope, Brian King, Fran Abramowicz, Don Manuel, John Vesey, Gary King. Fifth Row: Mike Valenti, Ken Horn, George Batte, Mark Tamul, Steve Kelley, Justin Locke. VARSITY FOOTBALL Head Coach Jerry CuUen and Assistants; Steve Woodruff, Geoff Fanning, Bill Powell. Finishing touches by King and Curley. Steve Bishop with a diving catch. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Front Row: Frank Ireland, Mark McGillivary, Tim Packard, Jim Hanley, Rick Malcomson, Peter Canavan. Dave Denneno, Jerry Kezer. Jim Cheverie, Peter McKay, Coach Roger Dawe. Second Row: Coach John Downs, Kevin Hall, Ed Heggie, Kevin Kenny. Chris Boyatzis, Rick Ledin, Glen Gerrior, Frank Papsadore, John Thompson, Mike Cugno. Third Row: Jerry Galizio, Steve Schillinger. Joe Cronin, Tim McDonough, Dean Jordan, Kevin Callahan, Kevin Whittington, Jerry Busby, Mike Cogran, Dennis Horrigan, Peter Stuart. Not in Picture: Mark FuUerton, Bob Denneno, Mark Rodriguez, John Barrett, Don Baeta. 155 It 7 ! 32 24 I VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Jody Johnson, Joan Valenti, Janice McPherson, Susan Tropea, Mary Diggs. Coach John Douglas. Second Row: Wendy Jackman, Carol Wessling, Judy Valenti, Cheryl Leonard, Joyce Westbrook. Mary Diggs banks one in ' Space " gets some advise from Coach Douglas. GIRLS BASKETBALL □ i: i a •2 1 SUilJ JUNIOR VARSITY Front Row: Laverne Smith, Linda Clark, Val Washburn, Jane Staula, Coach Barbara Hern. Second Row: Carol Wheeler, Linda Monahan, Deanna Daly, Nancy McCarthy, Wanda Hamm. Third Row: Lynn Dostoomian, Louise Sangiolo, Janice Kosinski. 157 VARSITY F,o„, Row: Coach Sieve Woodruff, Paul Kilda,. Sieve Rolella. Glen llacqua, Karl Kosinski. Coach William Powell Second Row Pat r.::te " i :;rcL Mi er£n,v ' - — • " ur s,r:: WRESTLING JUNIOR VARSITY . , , , . ■ ' ' Locantore. James luwucii. Marty Thomas, John Joseph, Larry Thomas. Third Row: Jim Chevene, Gary Burke, Dane White r;„°:!, ° " l ' :T ' : V ' ' ' " ! Ilacqua, Don Colts, Steve Locantore. James Lowden. Second Row: Brian McHu.h. Dav. Belhveau. VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Dave Thompson, Kevin McCarthy, Chuck James, Dave Harju, Matt Foster, Victor Smith. Second Row: Bruce Bucklin, Al DePalma, Bruce Trotta, Brett Maclnnes, Coach Don Edmonston. Manager John Drummey, Bill Kezer, Billy Alexander. Rich McPherson, Mike Connolly, Manager Joe DeVito. m m 5»uGHrfl " J o W f£{% s ouc JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Coach Warner Bucklin. John Peterson. Tony DiStefano. Chuck Vuytowecz. Jerry Busby. Steve Carter. Barry Bucklin. Second Row: Ken Sawyer. Phil Clough, Danny Finn, Dean Jordan. Jimmy O ' Reilly. Tiny McPherson. Dennis Driscoll. Not present. Ken Ragusin. ' He fiys through the air with the greatest of ease. ' Dennis Driscoll puts one up from underneath. ' Time for a chat, boys. ' Kenny Sawyer . . . setting up the play. lift FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Front Row: Rich Ledin. Mark McGillvray, Kevin Whittington. Kevin Hodges. Kevin HaH, Kevin While. Second Row; Tom Packard. Jim O ' Neii. Bruce Linden, Joe Manson, Andy Cyrus. Eddie Heggie. Third Row: Myron Caiiender. Jimmv Lennon. Paul HofTman. Mike Frank. Tonv DiStefano brings it down court Freshman Coach Sieve McDermoii (Alias the " Donut Kins " ) Lav-ups |ust like in practice. VARSITY HOCKEY VARSITY HOCKEY Front Row: Brian Murphy, Greg Boc, Dan Mark, Andy Dijak, Bob Perry. Jack Gaffney, Coach Jim Gormley. Second Row: Paul Goodwin, Steve King, George White, Gerry Cavanaugh, Ron Doherty, Al Prisco, Jim Robichau. Third Row: Bob McGrath, Bronco McCarthy, Bob Day, Paul Wenskevich, Chuck Coan. Not Present: Al Fairbairn. " Too bad they ' re all waiting at the other end. When Jim Gormley first came to Stough- ton High School, he had two main goals to accomplish. First, he wanted to make SHS a respectable hockey school. Sec- ond, he wanted to build tradition which would be backed by pride. Since he came to SHS, both of these goals have been acheived in great measure. Not only for his sincere success on the ice, but for his sincere humanity off the ice, the students of Stoughton High are grateful. Jim Robichau starts up ice 167 VARSITY WINTER TRACK Front Row: Bob King, Dave Colp. Eddie Ivaldi. Mike Lonergan, Bob Curiey, Tom Foley- Second Row: George McGrail. Bruce Young, Neal McGrail, Harry Crawford, Ron Dav. Third Row: Ed Pope, Rob Mclnnes. Jav Jardin. Russ DePina. Stu Barer JUNIOR VARSrr WINTER TRACK Front Row: Doug Swinninger, Eliot Popper, Tim Shea, John Fuilerlon. John LaFlamme, Beth Cline. Second Row: David Cain. Jimmy Kelly. Steve Roose, Joe Carrol. Dave Sweenev. Barrv St. George, Ke in Devine Third Row : Fred McNeil. Kevin Kenne . Mike Fisher. Ron Day Harry Craw ford Bob King John LaFlamme Eddie Ivaldi Eliot Popper Bruce Young Tom Foley Neal McGrail Dave Colp Mike Lonergan Bob Curley 169 Front Row: Connie Volpe. Melissa Apostle, Coach Foley, Jan Callanan, Bonnie Cataldo. Louise Carbone. Second Row: Joanne McSweenev. Mickey McKinnon, Debbi Raymond, Bunny Hopkins, Marrianne Tobin, Barbie Perry. Third Row: Jeanne Beaudoin. Alberta Silva. Laura Norin, Bernadette Costanzo, Jeannette Doyle. GYMNASTICS Front Row: Coach Jim Clark, Greg Hill, Marty Thomas, Scott Jardin, Dave Jackson, Peter Anastas, Russ Clough, Bill Coughlin, Steve Atkinson. Standing: John Barrett, Eric Frey, Mike Shapiro. Paul Gusciora. Bruce Katz, Ed Lee, Larry Thomas, Walter Jennings, Lloyd Tennen. Peter Anastas, Captain Steve Atkinson Paul Gusciora Front Row: Doreen McDonald, Doreen Monahan, Debbie Ferrini. Betsy Mason, Lisa Daynes, Cathy McDonnell. Standing: Coach Pierce, Margie Donavan, Chris Doucette, Denise LeBlanc. Cathy Maclnnes. Anne Curran. Carol Wessling. TENNIS Russ Clough Carol Wessling 171 Anne Curran VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row: Tom Butler. Bob Curley. Dave Harju. Rich Hvoslef. John DeAndrade. Dan Mark. Second Row: Coach Lou Colombo. Mark Lubow. Bill Kezer. Jim Carter. John Leaver. Jim Cowgili. Manager Kevin McCabe. Missing: Glen Overstreet. Ron Doherty. Tom Butler Dan Mark Jim Cowgili 172 1 —i-Q John DeAndrade Rich Hvoslef BASEBALL Chalk up another K. JV BASEBALL Front Row: Coach Jeff Fanning, Manager Paul Swan, Greg Jackman, Bob McGrath, Bill Smith, Mike DriscoU, John Bichekas. Mike Myers. Second Row; Kevin Laurie, John Peterson. Don Manual, Ed Bezarro, Brooks Bartlett, James Washburn, Dave Driscoll, Rusty LaFrance. ' What are nuu. NUTS? " FRESHMEN BASEBALL Front Row; Tony Lanza, Mike Bishop, Ricky Malcomson, Jimmy Cheverie, Bruce Linden, Jim Lennon. Second Row; Pete Canavan, Kevin LaPorte, Kevin Hall, Jim O ' Neill, John . ' Kbril. Gene Doucette. Kevin Kenny, Tom Packard. SPRING TRACK Front Row: Ralph Polillio, Ed Ivaldi, Tim Shea, Neal McGrail, Ron Day, Mike Rivers, Bruce Young, Dave Colp, Harry Crawford. Jack Gaffney, Mike Lonergan, captain, Tom Foley, John LaFlamme, Eliot Popper, Coach Charles Green. Second Row: Ken Veiga, Barry Bucklin, Ed Pope, Steve Bishop, Ray Polillio, Bob Keen, Steve Kelley, Jay Jardin, Dick Waite, Russ DePina, Bob Fitzpatrick, Gary Rodrigues, Derek Green. Third Row: Coach Bernier, Rich McPherson. Dave Sweeney. Steve Rouse, Mike Fisher. Jim Kelley. Ken Sawyer. Bob Ivaldi. Dennis Driscoll. Bob Mclnnis. Ron Frank, Stu Barer, Steve Schillinger, Dave Belliveau. Fourth Row: John Muldoon, Peter McGrail, Bob DiMatteo, Mike Frank, Dave Cain. Missing: Brett Maclnnes, Bruce Bucklin. Dave Colp Mike Rivers Harry Crawford 174 SPRING TRACK Eliot Popper John LaFIamme Ray Polillio Coaches Bernier and Green congratulate Jack Gaffney and Mike Lonergan on their efforts. Ken Veiga GIRLS TRACK Front Row: Maureen Gearin, Joanne Jordan, Mary Kennedy, Rhonda Goodman, Louise Carbone, Alberta Silva, Karen White. Standing: Jane Burke, Corrine MaioH, Nanette Jones, Paula Bruce, Ellen Kaufmann, Suzanne McMahon, Donna Hudson, Coach Krause. Not Present: Mary Diggs, Mary Szum, Laura Pearson, Denise O ' Donnell, Nancy Rodrigues, Donna Shea, Theresa White, Maureen Lynch, Cindy Smith. TRACK Coaches Green and Bernier with Co-Captains Gaffnev and Lunergan. Dave Colp and Barry Bucklin; one-two in the hurdles. = 3— Ed Ivaldi leaps to victory. 176 And the " re off! SOFTBALL SOFTBALL TEAM Front Row: Shelly Soncrant, Lena Phillips, Nancy McCarthy, Patty Batte, Val Washburn, Jeanne Roach. Standing: Coach Douglas, Jody Johnson, Debbie Russell, Denise Coffey, Sue Tropea, Joan Valenti, Judy Valenti. GOLF 13 W rv l_J Varsity Basketball Stoughton Opponent 71 Middleboro 51 65 Taunton 58 66 Taunton 65 Varsity Cross Country Varsity Baseball 70 Mansfield 52 Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Opponent 77 King Philip 46 23 Randolph 32 5 Mansfield 4 54 N. Attleboro 41 15 Canton 48 2 King Philip 3 54 Foxboro 30 23 King Philip 35 7 North Attleboro 3 71 Franklin 53 25 Sharon 31 3 Foxboro 10 73 Canton 29 15 Foxboro 50 1 Franklin 2 77 Oliver Ames 56 21 Franklin 38 9 Canton 4 63 Sharon 33 19 Mansfield 41 10 Oliver Ames 0 51 Mansfield 47 19 North Attleboro 44 1 Sharon 3 72 King Philip 50 19 Oliver Ames 42 6 Mansfield 2 93 Brighton 68 Record 9-0 1 King Philip 5 61 N. Attleboro 59 League Champions 2 North Attleboro 7 80 Foxboro 60 19 Foxboro 12 82 Franklin 67 5 Franklin 3 74 Canton 35 4 Canton 5 86 Oliver Ames 69 7 Oliver Ames 14 66 Sharon 57 Varsity Wrestling 6 Sharon 3 State Tournament Stoughton Opponent Record 8-8 59 Xaverian 43 12 Waltham 51 53 Durfee 51 24 Braintree 36 57 Catholic Memorial 65 36 Framingham No. 33 Season ' s Record 20-0 49 Durfee 18 Overall Record 22-1 24 Marshfield 29 26 Weymouth No. 32 Varsity Football 32 Needham 29 Stoughton Opponent 6 Brockton 56 49 Mansfield 0 Winter Track 8 Scituate 48 39 Oliver Ames 0 Stoughton Opponent 18 Newton So. 36 24 North Attleboro 8 66 Foxboro 19 46 Franklin 21 37 Sharon 6 31 Canton 55 15 Dedham 48 28 Foxboro 20 39 Franklin 42 Record 4-8 35 Newton South 0 53 Mansfield 33 7 King Philip 10 53 Oliver Ames 33 21 Franklin 14 70 Sharon 12 15 Canton 16 58 King Philip 28 Varsity Hockey League record 6-2 Record 5-2 Overall record 7-2 Stoughton 8 Millis Opponent 1 JV Football 7 Blue Hills 2 Stoughton Opponent 2 Dover-Sherborn 1 14 Oliver Ames 0 3 HoUiston 2 JV Baseball 0 North Attleboro 6 4 Oliver Ames 1 Stoughton Opponent 14 Sharon 0 10 South Shore 1 16 North Attleboro 3 14 Foxboro 0 7 Franklin 0 3 Foxboro 8 14 King Philip 14 2 Southeastern 0 6 Franklin 3 0 Franklin 21 2 King Philip 3 9 Canton 3 Record 3-2- 6 Canton 4 4 Oliver Ames 2 5 Minis 2 8 Sharon 2 2 Blue Hills 1 3 Mansfield 5 Tennis (Bovs) 7 Dover-Sherborn 0 6 King Philip 7 Stoughton Opponent 6 HoUiston 1 4 North Attleboro 3 2 Mansfield 3 2 Oliver Ames 6 17 Foxboro 18 4 King Philip 1 4 South Shore 1 1 Franklin 2 5 North Attleboro 0 8 Franklin 1 Record 6-5 0 Foxboro 5 3 Southeastern 0 Freshman Baseball 0 Franklin 5 6 King Philip 0 Stoughton Opponent 2 Canton 3 0 Canton 1 7 Canton 0 3 Oliver Ames 2 State Tournament 2 Franklin 4 2 Sharon 3 3 Tewksbury 2 7 Canton 3 3 Mansfield 2 0 Hingham 6 5 Oliver Ames 4 4 King Philip 1 Season ' s Record 17-3 0 North Attleboro 4 5 North .Attleboro 0 Overall Record 18-4 6 Sharon 2 2 Foxboro 3 7 Sharon 3 1 Franklin 4 20 King Philip 0 3 Canton 2 10 Franklin 8 4 Oliver Ames 1 4 Foxboro 3 0 Sharon 5 Record 8-2 Record 8-8 JV Basketball Stoughton Opponent 30 Middleboro 28 62 Taunton 64 34 Taunton . 52 48 Mansfield 35 69 King Philip 36 32 N. Attleboro 42 31 Franklin 47 37 Fosboro 38 42 Oliver Ames 47 39 Sharon 57 64 Canton 56 42 Mansfield 30 59 King Philip 47 38 Brighton 49 29 N. Attleboro 50 39 Foxboro 38 47 Franklin 45 36 Canton 33 44 Oliver Ames 60 53 Sharon 64 League Record 8-8 Overall Record 9- 1 1 Varsity Field Hockey Stoughton Opponent 0 Franklin 7 1 Sharon 1 0 King Philip 4 0 Mansfield 0 1 Candon 5 0 North Attleboro 1 0 Foxboro 3 1 Oliver Ames 0 Record 1-5-2 Freshman Basketball Stoughton Opponent 67 Mansfield 53 47 King Philip 43 36 No. Attleboro 45 28 Foxboro 64 25 Franklin 64 48 Canton 61 30 Oliver Ames 61 26 Mansfield 28 59 King Philip 27 62 No. Attleboro 51 62 Foxboro 51 30 Franklin 44 59 Canton 50 40 Oliver Ames 34 55 Sharon 30 Record 8-7 Golf Stoughton Opponent 7 ' 2 Sharon V 2 5 King Philip 4 3 North Attleboro 6 VA Foxboro T 2 0 Oliver Ames 9 7 ' 2 Mansfield V i 6 Franklin 3 r 2 Canton 7 ' 2 Season 4-4 Hockomock League Playoff 3 King Philip 6 3 ' Oliver Ames 5 ' i 2V2 Foxboro 5 ' 4 2 ' Canton 6¥l Playoff 0-4 Total 4-8 Soccer Stoughton Opponent 1 Sharon 2 4 Randolph 2 4 Avon 0 1 Foxboro 3 4 Sharon 7 3 Randolph 1 2 Avon 1 0 Foxboro 4 2 Bridgewater-Raynham 2 Record 4-4-1 Freshman Football Stoughton Opponent 40 Mansfield 6 6 Oliver Ames 0 8 North Attleboro 6 20 Sharon 6 14 Foxboro 6 28 King Philip 0 0 Franklin 22 28 Canton 0 Record 7- 1 Spring Track Stoughton Opponent 93 North Attleboro 47 93 Foxboro 47 77 Canton 63 79 ' 2 Oliver Ames 60 ' 2 81 Franklin 59 81 Mansfield 59 80 King Philip 60 98 ' 2 Sharon 41 ' 2 League Record 8-0 Hockomock League Relay Championship Stoughton and Canton tied in Championship Meet with 46 points Girls Varsity Basketball Stoughton Opponent 28 Franklin 54 42 Canton 15 36 Oliver Ames 30 38 Sharon 34 42 Mansfield 33 48 King Philip 58 43 No. Attleboro 44 51 Foxboro 38 42 Franklin 43 34 Canton 32 50 Oliver Ames 42 41 Sharon 32 47 Mansfield 31 40 King Philip 46 46 No. Attleboro 49 46 Foxboro 50 Record 9-7 Tennis (Girls) Stoughton Opponent 3 North Attleboro 2 1 Foxboro 4 3 Franklin 2 3 Canton 2 2 Oliver Ames 3 1 Sharon 4 4 Mansfield 1 1 King Philip 4 2 North Attleboro 3 0 Foxboro 5 1 Franklin 4 Record 4-7 Gymnastics Stoughton Opponent 43 Weymouth No. 72 41 Walpole 40 33 Weymouth No. 58 jU Westwood 65 36 iridgewater-Raynham 45 58 King Phihp 67 57 Norwood 68 58 Quincy 66 Record 1-7 Girls Softball Stoughton Opponent 11 N. Attleboro 6 9 Foxboro 4 5 Franklin 14 10 Canton 11 15 Oliver Ames 6 8 Sharon 7 16 Mansfield 3 10 King Philip 8 1 N. Attleboro 8 16 Foxboro 3 10 Franklin 19 Record 7-4 14 Canton 8 4 Franklin 1 2 Franklin 11 3 Franklin 4 Playoff record 2-2 Overall record 9-6 179 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Most Athletic Jack Gaffney Carol Wessling Most Talkative Harley Ostis Maureen Keller Craziest jonn ivic vruie ivdiny Limoey iviosi 1 ypical ocniur ivciiiiy OUIUCI Most Popular Kalpn rOlUlio AnnMarie Pascarelli Friendliest Chuck James Wendy Bishop IVIUM Fill LallvJUo IVllfwC ixivcij Best Actor Actress Rich Cameron Jan Sweeney Most Gullible Eliot Popper Janice McPherson Most Bashful Tim Shea Janet Fullerton Cutest Chuck McLeod Jill Gaffney Best Looking Kevin McCarthy Janiece Morrill Most Artistic Andy Dijak Kathy Tracey Best Dressed Larry Holmes Rose Maher Most Likely to Succeed John Zawalich Anne Curran Best Musician Peter DiCenso Rosemary Gonsalves ADVERTISING SECTION Pages 182-199 BARD ' S HARDWARE AND SUPPLY 7 FREEMAN ST. STOUGHTON 344-4022 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 74 IZZY LIVINSTONES CENTRAL AUTO EXCHANGE 1152 Washington St. Stoughton USED AUTO PARTS Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 10 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. 183 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 74 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 opportunities available, both in our office and distribution center, as well as retaihng in the hundreds of shoe departments we operate coast to coast. Whatever you career decision, we extend to you our best wishes for your success. morse shoe 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. 184 COMPLIMENTS OF RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK 15 Pleasant St. Stoughton 344-4150 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1974 SIMOND ' S CHEVROLET 287 Washington St. Stoughton Mass. Telephone 828-4455, 344-4063 BEST WISHES CLASS OF ' 74 POLILLIO BROS. General Contractors 828-0526 344-2783 BEST OF LUCK FROM THE CHEERLEADERS Varsity J. V. AnnMarie Mary Denise Susanne RoseAnn Cheryl Alicia Donna Susan Mona Karen Lynn Kathy Nancy Cheryle Donna Barby Leslie Karen Nancy Patty Barbie Pattie 187 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1974 FROM UNDA ' S BUS SERVICE your local school contractor Serving Massachusetts The United States and Canada BEST WISHES FROM THE STOUGHTON BOOSTERS CLUB 188 CANTON HOUSE RESTAURANT a Treat in Authentic Chinese Food COBBS CORNER SHOPPING CENTER 103-105 Sharon Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Orders Put Up To Take Out Please Call 828720 or 344-4782 GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 74 FROM ELEGANT CLEANERS formal wear rental PARK PLAZA RTE. 27 588-9655 STOUGHTON 588-9655 STOUGHTON ' S FORMAL WEAR FASHION CENTER LATEST STYLES ALL PERFECTLY TAILORED •PRINCE EDWARD •CRUSHED VELVET •TUX-TAILS ALL SIZES AND COLORS OPEN TILL 9 p.m. DAILY 6 p.m. SAT. 189 BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LAB STOUGHTON, MASS CONGRATUALTIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 74 J J CONSTRUCTION CO. COMPLIMENTS OF STOUGHTON TRADING POST WASHINGTON STREET (617) 344-8222 WINN PLUMBING HEATING CO. REPAIRING • REMODELING NEW INSTALLATIONS • GAS FITTING ARTHUR WINN Master Lie. 8020 Stoughton. Mass. 02072 190 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1974 F. C. PHILLIPS INC. 473 WASHINGTON STREET TEL. 344-9400 STOUGHTON, MASS IVALDI MOTORS INC. OF CANTON STOUGHTON TOOL AND DIE CO., INC. PHONE 344-9803 DENNENO ' S PIZZA SUBS SPECIALIZING IN ALL KINDS OF PIZZAS 545 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON 191 QUALITY AUTO PARTS OF STOUGHTON WE ' RE PROUD OP YOU CLASS OF ' 74 TOWN SPA INC. RADIO SHACK Westgate Mall 588-5327 Brockton, Mass. " GOOD LUCK, CLASS OF ' 74 " I COMPLIMENTS OF ROXIE ' S SUPERMARKET 192 COMPLIMENTS OF WM. H. TOTMAN ASPHALT CORP. 1823 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON. MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF B. P.M. SUPERMARKET ATLANTIC AUTOMOTIVE INC. 79 PORTER STREET STOUGHTON. MASS. 02072 RMC PRINTING 306 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON. MASS. 02072 193 JAN ' S FURNITURE LAND 101 MAZZEO DRIVE RANDOLPH MASS. 961-4448 COMB CLIPPER AND RICHARDS HAIR STYLING 299 PARK ST. (RT. 27) STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-5071 " GOOD LUCK " STOUGHTON SPORTING GOODS CRIMMINS FROM STOUGHTON REAL ESTATE INSURANCE STOUGHTON SHELL STATION 344-9860 JOE ' S GULF SERVICE WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. LAKEWOOD COMMUNICATION 1520 WASHINGTON ST. TWO-WAY RADIO SERVICE FLAIR CARPETS INC. GENERAL FLOORING CO. STOUGHTON 764 WASHINGTON ST. 344-7200 194 COMPLIMENTS OF BROWN ' S SUNOCO SERVICE CENTER A FRIEND FROM STOUGHTON BEST WISHES M M VARIETY STORE WILLOW CONSTRUCTION CO. 428 WILLOW ST. STOUGHTON 344-2349 JAMES B. COTTER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 39 GROVE STREET STOUGHTON BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 74 LEE ' S BEAUTY SALON STOUGHTON DINER 657 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON, MASS TEL 344-9061 MICKEY BISHOP ' S CAFE 195 OUELLET PHARMACY INC. 756 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON 344-3400 Mobil STOUGHTON MOBIL WASHINGTON CENTRAL STS. STOUGHTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02072 344-8982 C C SANDWICH SHOP COUNTRY CATERERS SERVING SUBS AND BEER ON TAP 37 MONK STREET STOUGHTON 344-8984 FRIENDLY ' S ICE CREAM SHOPS 630 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON, MASS 344-4195 ITS A FRIENDLY PLACE TO VISIT DOROTHY-JEAN ' S BAKERY 419 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON JOHN J. ROGERS SON INC. 65 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON COMPLIMENTS OF FRANK AND VINNY ' S BARBER SHOP MURPHY COAL CO. INC. 793 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON. MASS 344-3012 196 COMPLIMENTS OF CHET COHENNO, PHOTOGRAPHY MR G ' S SUB SHOP 52 PORTER STREET STOUGHTON, MASS 344-9933 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 74 STOUGHTON AUTO AND SEAT COVER LINE LUMBER CO. INC. 466 SUMNER STREET STOUGHTON, MASS 344-3502 COMPLIMENTS OF RANDOLPH MOBIL COMPLIMENTS OF TWIN-KEE BOB ' S FOOD MART 289 PARK STREET STOUGHTON. MASS 344-4350 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1974 STOUGHTON RAINBOW ASSEMBLY 197 albums — tapes — instruments THE MUSIC MACHINE 19 SHARON STREET COBBS CORNER STOUGHTON 344-9846 CONGRATULATIONS FROM ROWLANDS TV Dorchester, Mass. Tel. 265-2235 LAMPS unlimited 107 SHARON STREET COBBS CORNER STOUGHTON CHRYSLER - SAAB 1234 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON. MASS. JOHN E. DOYLE TELEPHONE 344-3224 PRESIDENT BOSTON LINE 364-1350 Stoughton Res. 344-3954 E. W. GRENON SON, INC. Trucking and Furniture Moving ALSO PACKING MATERIAL DISTRIBUTOR A A Industrial Park Tosca Drive Warehouse Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-6410 198 PATRON ADS GOLD PATRONS Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sperandio Mr. and Mrs. John G. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Maclnnes Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Whittaker, Sr. Mr. John L. Downs Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hockmuth Mr. and Mrs. William Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faunce, Jr. Russell, Albena, and Paul Tripp Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Manson Mr. and Mrs. Edmund W. Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Fussier Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Curran Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Rego and Family " Anchors Aweigh " — Mr. and Mrs. James W. Williams, Jr. Superintendent ' s Office Staff J. H. Gibbons Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibbons Dr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Hughes Mrs. Joseph T. Whelan Chemung Hill School Mr. and Mrs. John P. Reddington Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Erickson " Junior High Math Dept. " " Junior High English Dept. " " Junior High Special Areas " " Junior High Science Teachers " SILVER PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Penardi Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Williamson The Ceven Family Mr. and Mrs. Washwell Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Maki Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Hvoslef The Tallarida Family The Pascarelli Family Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Gino Ventresco Evenly Neveras Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. John J. Szum Mr. and Mrs. Rocco L. Locantore Ms. C. R. Cohen Mrs. Gertrude Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Edward Panico Nelda V. Fullerton Mr. Joseph R. Dawe, Jr. Angela Bakas Donald Metcalf Jacqueline M. Cullen Ruth and John, Post 1645 V.F.W. Mr. and Mrs. John Kane Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Beaudoin BRONZE PA TRONS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clough Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McDermott Miss Judith A. Hamilton , Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Bamberg, Sr. Annie, Sheila and Martha Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Tropea Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Godfrey Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Golder Mr. and Mrs. John F. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Barker Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Popper Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kelly 199 INDEX ACTIVITIES 97-128 ADMINISTRATION 29-33 Central 30-3 1 High School 29, 33 School Committee 31 ADVERTISING 183-198 ART DEPARTMENT 12 BOYS STATE 181 BUSINESS EDUCATION 13 CHEERLEADERS 102 CHESS CLUB 100 CHRISTMAS DANCE 101 CLASS OF 1974 Advisors 42 Awards 1 19 Class Night 118 Graduation 120-121 Junior Prom (1973) 40-41 Officers and Executive Board 43 Pancake Breakfast 113 Reception 122-125 Senior Play 36-37 Spaghetti Supper 38-39 Trip 114-117 CLASS OF 1975 130-134 CLASS OF 1976 135-139 CLASS OF 1977 140-144 DEBATE CLUB 180 DECA 100 DRAMA-SPEECH DEPARTMENT 22 DRAMATICS 104-105 DRILL TEAM 106 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 14-16 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 17-18 GIRLS STATE 181 GUIDANCE 32 HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 18-19 HOMECOMING 109 HONOR SOCIETY 108 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 19-20 JOURNALISM 112 MAJORETTES 103 MATH COMPETITION 100 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 20-21 MEMORIUM 95 MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 127 MUSIC ACTIVITIES 106-107 MUSIC DEPARTMENT 22 PATRONS 199 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 23 READING DEPARTMENT 22 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 24-25 SCIENCE FAIR 98-99 SENIORS 44-95 SKI CLUB 100 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 26-27 SPECIAL EDUCATION 22 SPORTS 145-179 Fall sports 146-155 Winter sports 156-170 Spring sports 171-177 Scoreboard 178-179 STUDENT COUNCIL 108 THEME 3-10 UNDERCLASS ACTIVITIES 129-144 YEARBOOK STAFF 110-111 (NOTE: Volume I includes Pages 1-96. 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