Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)
- Class of 1975
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STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY I) 5 It -V%:- : .... 3 courtesy of Lustre Color we look back upon those we have already walked photo be Ed Lee photo by Larry Gerbick plioto by Marcia Romanurk photo b Larry Gerbick photo by Larry Gerbick with a steady swing and an open eye we have tramped the ways together photo by Larry Gerbick and it well may be for a day and a night and it well may be forever. 10 plioto b Marcid Konunuck Adapted from At the Crossroads ART " Art is a lie that enables us to realize the truth ' PICASSO Mr. Willis Director 5e original . . . use your imagination . . . don ' t copy . . . wooden toys for Christmas . . . painting and designing techniques . . . movie posters ... li- brary display . . . Get on the shtick! . . . paper mache . . . dirty hands . . . Your line technique is terrible! ly in Art, Photo: Bruce Katz Mr. Medeiros Mrs. Dambrauskas Mrs. Richmond Director BUSINESS EDUCATION ' ' Business is a combination of war and sport ' ANDRE MAUROIS Mr. Maioli Campus shop . . . asdfjkl; . . . endle typing drills . . . Keep your eyes on the book! . . . Work Study (anything to get out of school!) . . . This ma- chine doesn ' t work! . . . Brief forms in Shorthand . . . Who says you can ' t chew gum? ... Do assests and liabi- lities have to equal the proprietor- ship? . . . Mr. Boushell 13 Mr. Bernier Photo: Bruce Katz 14 Mrs. Murray Miss Welch Mrs. Weddleton Mr. McLellan Mrs. Doherty Miss Penardi Mr. Berry Mrs. Cacchiotti Miss Bouin Mr. Lavelle Mr. Santoro Miss Cruz " Half the trouble with modern man is that he is educated to understand foreign languages and misunderstand foreigners ' Chesterton Miss Markantes Bonjour . . . Como estas ... no entiende??? . . . top shelf-the pro . . . Man of LaMancha . . . co-ops . . . field trips out to eat . . . dialogues . . . Miss Boucher It] Freuon Suisich ' 1 mil It Miss Lavaliee Coordinator FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mrs. Coulter Mrs. Harvey " We may live without friends, we may live without books, but civilized man cannot live without cooks. " OWEN MEREDITH HOME ECONOMICS Miss Macintyre, Coordinator Mrs. Bailey 18 Sit f Mr. Kmiec Let us then be up and doing. INDUSTRIAL ARTS loncfellow Put your goggles on ... hammers and nails ... plugs and circuits ... unfinished projects . . . setting type . . . clean up gentlemen . . . I Mr. LeClaire Mr. Spack Mr. Walsh Mr. Nessar Mr. D ' Agostino Mr. Aalpoel Miss Dandrata Mr. Woodruff Mrs. Savicki Mr. Kellogg " A learned blockhead is a greater blockhead than and ignorant one ' ' - benjamin franklin Climbing tlie steps of knowledge . . . this is review? . . . is everyone awake? . . . no you can ' t use a calculator . .. I ' ll crown you ... trig is easier than you think? . . . Let ' s have recall ... If you get an A on this one it ' ll bring your average up to a D-minus ... I ' ll see you at 2:15 . . . Mr. Connolly Mrs. Krol Mr. Moscato I Mr. LeGrow Co-ordinator MUSIC i 2 " That ' s what education means — to be able to do what youVe never done before " -george Herbert palmer Mr. Stott, Director Mrs. Pfau SPEECH- DRAMA READING Mr. Christianson SPECIAL ED. Mrs. MacQuown Mrs. Dolan Mr. Cullen Mr. Zapustas, Director Miss Hern PHYSICAL EDUCATION " Sportsmanship requires that a loser grip the win- ner ' s hand even though he wishes it were his throat " Line up in squads . . . towel mon- ey .. . out on the rock pile . . . sacrifice your body . . . let ' s try something advanced like a for- ward roll . . . bend and stretch . . . there must be something wrong with that football, every time I try to dribble it ... my class against the wall Mr. Meroth Mrs. Foley SCIENCE Mr. Douglas Mr. Gregory, Director Cutting up cats . . . double hour of chem on a hard chair . . . labs and looking forward to a break . . . find a sample of an igneous rock . . . trying to learn to use the sliderule . . . don ' t get too close to that burner . . . I wouldn ' t suggest you taste test HC1 . . . broken beakers, thermometers, and test tubes . . . last minute projects . . . Mr. Fedora Miss Osterman SOCIAL STUDIES audio visual equipment . . . long lec- tures . . . guest speaker of the day . . . Joe Doodlebug ... a little expression of knowledge ... at any rate . . . surveys in sociology . . . What ' s your IQ? . . . mini- projects . . . Did you hear the one about . . . Mr. Cormier Mr. Dawe Dr. Davis, Coordinator Miss French V- Mr. Buciclin Mr. Daly Mr. McDonald Mr. Champa Mr. Green 1 .v,7 ' over tor STOUGHTON SCHOOL COI«irrTKE STOUGHTON, MSSACHXEITS 02072 To the Class of 1975: Ic Is my pleasure, aa the representative of the School Comalttee, Co congratulate you, the Class of 1975, on your com- pletion of formal public education. You have been given the opportunity of receiving one of the best preparatory educacloo evtfr offered by a town to its students. It Is now up to you M to what you will do with it. Hopefully, you will bepcne alert, active citizens either as students In college or In your adult life of eo loyment or homemaking. You are entering a period of economic and social challenges. We hope that you have bean prepared to meet these problana and to contribute to their solutions. We believe froo your performance for these past years that you will continue to luke us proud. In conclusion, we wish you success in all your endeavors and a final word from an old alunnus — look back fondly upon Stou ton High and continue your contact with Its faculty and administration for their interest In you, your prx blaiis, and successes does not end with graduation. Good luck. Sincerely, Kenneth k. Hill, ChalrMa Stoughton School CoanlttM 28 High School Administration Dr. Peter J. Sperandio Principal Mr. Arthur L. Penardi Assistant Principal 29 CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Mr. Joseph Gibbons 30 STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE Seated: Mrs. joanne Blomstrom, Dr. )oseph Harrington, Mr. Richard Murphy, Dr. Thomas Recupero. Standing: James Clark (faculty representative) Mr. Kenneth Hill (chairman) Barbara Sesito (student representative) 31 THIS MAGIC MOMENT Junior Prom Sponsored By The Class of 1975 Apri l 19, 1974 36 Class Officers and Advisors: Ai Ceven; Lisa Grady, president; Miss Herrera, advisor; Mr. D ' Agostino, advisor; Mrs. D ' Agostino; Eileen O ' Brien, secretary; Alan Darling A magic moment for everyone . . . Chateau de Ville in Randolph . . . getting all dressed up . . . choosing the queen and her court . . . the sounds of Beggars Opera . . . huge chandeliers — grabbing a crystal to bring home . . . necklaces and keychains for favors . . . beautiful water fountains . . . standing in a long line to have pictures taken . . . making plans for the beach . . . wishing it would never end . . . Art: Denise LeBlanc Photography: Mr. Blackv ell 37 JUNI OR CLASS TRIP Martha ' s Vineyard June 1, 1974 Martha ' s Vineyard . . . " The Island Queen " . . . sea sick . . . class trip to the laundromat long ride from Oaks Bluff to Edgartown . . . waiting for the bus and boat . . . " on the set of Jaws " . . . missing bikes, flat tires, no brakes . . . swimming in the rain i SENIOR CAR WASH SKETTI SUPPER October 19, 1974 Sponsored By The Class of 1975 Don ' t drop that, Ann! Did you see that crowd that just came in? This sketti is scrum-tid-i-li-umps-tios 42 Would you like me to teach you how to make it? Finally it ' s our turn to be the chefs and waitresses . . . a big crowd of people waiting to be served . . . mixing up that delicious orange drink . . . trying to get everything organized . . . unsuccessfully singing Tra-la-la-booms-de-day and we are the sketti girls . . . serving tons of sketti . . . running out of pie . . . carrying a tray with ten plates of spaghetti on it . . . where are the parties afterwards? we ' re going to need one when this is over . . . Photography by Blackwell 43 The Senior Production Auntie Mame December 8-9 flats, scene paint, costumes ... a new experience ... learning lines ... late rehearsals . . . leading ladies . . . " Hi you all. " . . . " Imagine speaking French in Howard Johnson ' s! " . . . learning how to do lights in 24 hours . . . The end! Photo: Marcia Romanuck Mild mannered Larry. (Photo: Marcia Romanuck) He ' s got Legg ' s!! I ' m the fast penin the East. (Photo: F. E. Maioli) 44 To the Class of 1975 Working as your advisors during the past two years has been an interesting and rewarding experience. It has given us an opportunity to work with students on a basis other than that of the classroom. Dances, suppers, proms, and class trips have helped you develop the sense of organization and responsibility which you will need in whatever career you decide to pursue. Our sincere hope is that your years in high school have been as memorable for you as they have been for us. William D ' Agostino Maureen Herrera LI THE CLASS OF 1975 The Class of 1975 thanks Mr. William D ' Agostino and Miss Maureen Herrera who have been our dedicated advisors for the past two years. Not only have we learned the importance of a good education, but we have developed a deeper understanding of the faculty, administrators, and the community. Thank-you! Officers and Executive Board Front Row: Margie Donovan, treasurer; Eileen O ' Brien, secretary; Gary Rodrigues, vice- president; Lisa Grady, president; Second Row: Micky McKinnon, Barbara O ' Neil, Debbie Raymond, Peggy West, Doryce Smith, Pam LeClaire, Cheryl Glidden. Third Row: Karen Waterman, Barbara Sestito, Betty Sessler, Marta Johnson, Patty Tobin, Mary Pitta, Patty Moeller, Bernadette Davis, Fourth Row: Larry Gerbicic Lindsay Maltman, Susan McLaughlin, Betty Nichols, Debbie Pelkv?y, Cathy Teed, Karen Spencer. Fifth Row: Rich McPherson, Russ DePlna, Bob Keen, Larry Troy, Derek Green, Kenny Jardin, Jack Joseph, Debbie Ferrini, Sixth row: Dick Waite, Karen Salveson, Louise Sangiolo, Jane Connoly, Donna Szum, Annie Fini, Betsy Mason, Rear Row: Scott Webster, Bill Alexander, Paul Francioso, Carol DeVito, Peggy Shea, Cheryl Leonard, Barbara McCarter I pr EDNA LEE ADAMS " E. Lee " . . . found in Med ford . . . pet peeve: missing last bus on Friday night . . . remembers basketball practice, getting high in basements . . . " Skin Tight " ... to be an artist . . . wishes for world unity . . . later on . . . BILLY ALEXANDER " Billy " . . . " What ' s happening " . . . hubbing with Miggie . . . pet peeve: bitts . . . Junior Class Trip . . . Dave . . . Chuck . . . Mr. Ed . . . " Call on Me " . . . hopes everything works out . . . r EDWARD I. AHR )R. " Sand paper " . . . pet peeve: warm beer would like to enter U.S. Coast Guard . . . remembers water soccer game at B.C. High . . . " Why me? " . . . Three Dog Night . . . BRENDA G. ALLEN " Brenda " . . . friendly, talkative, active ... " I don ' t know! " . . . found driving on country roads in the fall . . . pet peeve: people who walk slowly in the halls . . . to live in the country with lots of children and horses . . . DIANNE ALESIO " We must always have old memories and young hopes. " - Arsene Houssaye GARY M. ANAGNOSTEN found with Susan . . . Chicago . . . " Just You and Me " . . . riding around . . . partying . . . school dances . . . cars . . . 10 18 73 . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . finding peace ... to be happy . . . ROBERT L. ANDERSEN " Andy " . . . friendly, easygoing, crazy . . . Cape . . . pet peeve: waking up ... college . . . electricity, third lunch . . . KATHRYN M. ANDERSON " I would rather be truly alive for 50 years, than merely live for 100. " MELISSA L. APOSTLE moody, talkative, mischievous ... " I don ' t know " . . . 4 5 74 . . . remembers Beach Boys concert, Canada, a certain goose ... All that ' s left is memories . . . 48 KEN APPEL " Apple " . . . sociable . . . " Be cool! " . . . sophomore year . . . sex . . . Aerosmith . . . ' 64 Rambler at drive-ins . . . " Lord of the Thighs " ... to be an electrician . . . DONALD S. ATKINSON " Dyno " . . . spastic, unique . . . Westgate Lanes . . . pet peeve: soggy pizza . . . " First Episode at Hienton " . . . Patty and the sexy elbows . . . wishes to join U.S. Air Force ... to be a mechanic for the British Airways . . . MARY ELLEN BAKER " Mare " . . . gullible, moody, crazy . . . " There ' s Something wrong with you " found most anywhere . . . pet peeve: saying goodbye ... to change 1974 . . . remembers running around the school in gym clothes . . . TAMARA LYNN ARMSTRONG " Tammy " . . . ticklish, sensitive, happy . . . " And in my seeing — there is a gratitude for beauty that somehow escapes all words " . . . " Never My Love " . . . Tammy 1 20 73 ... all my memories . . . DONALD M. AUDLEE " Mouse " . . . crazy, always laughing . . . " Weo! " . . . found at Michelle ' s . . . pet peeve: being interrupted . . . remembers C hour Commons . . . Bachman Turner Overdrive . . . " You Ain ' t Seen Nothing Yet " . . . AMY ARONSON " L ' amy " . . . monkey . . . skipping at Charlies . . . the Sting . . . dumb, moody, scheming, cute . . . pet peeve; milk . , . " Lucy " . . . whoppers . . . Godparent . . . Dalphbamck . . . " Cut it out " . . . LINDA BAILEY determined, gullible . . . found in memories of yesterday, . . . remembers Mr. Ed, flash floods . . . plans to live a trip(?) with Cindy . . . pet peeve: Kawasakis, not knowing Believe " . . . ' Reason to CHUCK BANNON " To live long is almost everyone ' s wish, but to live well is the ambition of a few. " — )ohn Hughes 49 GREGORY BART LETT " Life is a pure flame and we live by an invisible sun within us. " — Sir Thomas Browne PATRICIA M. BERKELEY " Princess " . . . babbling, individual, Aquarian . . . " Desiderata " . . . found in " weebles " with Pam, Lee Mary, or with Fred n ' Artie . . . pink ji mmies . . . college . . . JOAN E. BEZARRO " Joan " . . . friendly, quiet . . . remembers her trip to Spain . . . the mountains . . . plans to attend college . . . wishes for peace, happiness and love between all people ... to be happy . . . JANET M. BEAN " Beanie " . . . talkative, short, crazy . . . " What can I say? " . . . found with John or Patti . . . pet peeve: school ... to change 9 13 73 . . . skipping out of school for a party at P. Courts DENNIS BESHANSKY " The Ghoul " . . . found at the Air Hockey table at Westgate Lanes . . . pet peeve: certain people . . . would like to enlist in the Air Force . . . Deep Purple, jethro Tull ... to get a good job STEVEN M. BISHOP " Steve " . . . crazy, friendly . . . found at D ' s . . . pet peeve: arguing with Donna . . . green, riding to the Cape . . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . . Football ... to work and be happy . . . BONNIE N. BENSON " If you ' ve been thinking you ' re all that you ' ve got, then don ' t feel alone anymore. ' Cause when we ' re together, then we ' ve got a lot — for I am the river and you are the shore. — K. Loggins, ). Messina DONNA BESVVICK " Life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating. " - O. Henry KENNETH BLACK " To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under the heavens. " — Ecclesiastes 50 DEBRA A. BLUM " Debbie " . . . moody, sensitive . . . " I ' ll kill her! " . . the chicken coop . . . friends who really would like to win . . 7 8 74 . . . . found in pet peeve: aren ' t . . . to change MARLENE BOHN short, quiet . . . " I ' M down here " . . . found at 1330 Beacon St. . . . pet peeve: people saying " You ' re short! " . . . Chicago . . . " Wishing You Were Here " . . . KAREN L. BORGESON " Kay " . . . green . . . 7 27 74 . . . The Alman Brother . . . " Dreams " . . . the corner ... art class . . . Phil ... a green Mach I ... to get a better job . . . ' 70, ' 71 summers ... to end prejudice ROBERTA MARIE BORGESON " Bobbie " . . . moody, unpredictable, ticklish . . . Weaver, 1 5 74 . . . proms, summer, the beach, concerts, New Years Eve, ice cream, musk, a sailboat . . . NANCY F. BRENNICK " Nanc " . . . summers in Falmouth . . . daises . . . majorettes . . . memories of the Sketti Supper, junior Class Trip, Snow Angels, the skunk . . . football games . . . " Beginnings " remembers friends LISSA LOUISE BOUTILIER " Lis " . . . sensitive, gullible . . . sweet on Paul . . . weekends in Springfield . . . Alfred . . . Vin ' s Gym . . . Bird Street . . . " Moondance " , Van Morrison . . . pet peeve: Sunday nights, waiting, black eyes . . . STERLING R. BOUXMAN " Marty " . . . " Do me a favor " . . . pet peeve: being injured all the time . . . would like to walk the Applacian Trail . . . Eric Clapton, Ten Years After, Allman Brothers . . . it ' s about time we are out . . . CINDY A. BULLARD friendly, outgoing, spacy . . . " dynamite, fire ' em up " . . . found at any good party or concert ... to become an airline stewardess . . . pet peeve: Stoughton High School . . . JOSEPH CALLAHAN " Cal " , " Joe " . . . stubborn, moody . . . " Vou know what you can do " . . . found at FiU ' em Fast, MacNamara ' s Field ... pet peeve: SHS, snobs ... to go to college ... to go down the Alagash River JANICE E. CALLANAN " Jan " . . . dumb but happy Canans, Cerocks . . . to make states, season, the Cape . party . . . summer Getting " caught " year . . . Gymnastics; a winning . . Mickey ' s of 74 ... Sophomore GERALD BURKE " Partridge " . . . quiet, friendly . . . " You Moon! . . . " ZORP! " . . . found at the Palace . . . pet peeve: people who ask dumb questions ... to go to college . . . memories of football, wrestling. Woody . . . LINDA CALLAHAN " Senorita Kung Fu " . . . friendly, crazy . . . " ooh! " . . . Spain . . . pet peeve: people without a sense of humor ... a future interpreter . . . wishes for peace, happiness, love . . . remembers Spain, summer of 74 . . . CHARLENE A. CAMERON " Charlie " . . . mischievous, quiet, shy, moody . . . " yah! " . . . found in New Hampshire ... to go to college ... to be happy . . . memories of C-hour commons with the gang . . . Beach Boys . . . JULIE CACHOPA " Shulle " . . . friendly, happy . . . blue . . . " Cut it out " . . . found with John . . . pet peeve: Marrianne . . . memories of a certain party . . . 7 31 72 . . . " Tin Man " , Elton John . . . Treasures Winkle . . . FRANK CALLANAN " Of all the means to insure happiness throughout the whole of life, by far the most important is the acquisition of friends. " MARY DE ABREU CAMPANARIO " Love will teach us all things; but we must learn how to win love . . . one must love not sometimes only or for a passing moment, but always. " - Fyodor Dostoevsky 52 JOSEPH CAMPANELLO " People live from day to day But they do not count the time. They don ' t see their days Slipping by and neither do I . . . James Taylor THERESA F. CAMPBELL " Terry " . . . moody, mischievous, friendly . . . " oh yeah " ... pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t . . . wishes for life to be very happy . . . memories of sophomore year in C-hour commons with the gang . . DEBRA E. CARL " Dibi " . . . friendly, talkative, outgoing . . . " Hi, how are you " . . . pet peeve: skinny legs ... to go to college ... to be happy and prosperous . . . Wishes for brother hood . . . BRUCE CAMPBELL " Bruce " . . . easygoing, friendly . . . The Allman Brothers Band . . . found with Nancy . . . memories of the Cape, Glen Echo . . . pet peeve: SHS ... to be a doctor . . . treasures his friends and his youth CATHERINE M. CANTWELL " Cathy " . . . friendly, easygoing, forgetfull . . . pet peeve: being at Stoughton High at 7:45 ... to get married, be happy . . . memories of skipping, ring once hang up, ring hang up, call back . . . CHARLENE S. CARROLL " Charlie " . . . outgoing, always smiling, good personality . . . " Let ' s go somewhere " . . . found at the beach in Marshfield, Cedar View garage ... pet peeve: hospitals ... to travel, marry, own a boutique . . . PAULA ). CAMPBELL mischievous, gullible, outgoing . . . Resnicks . . . pet peeve: not going out . . . Junior Prom . . . 6 23 73 . . . Cape . . . C-hour commons . . . Summer of 72 . . . coming to school late and leaving early . . . JANET CARDELLA short, happy, gullible . . . " really " . . . found at Tri-Town Mall . . . pet peeve: snobs ... to go to college, get married . . . Someday live in New Hampshire . . . Would like to change the understanding between people JAMES CARTER " Jimmy " . . . Club . . . " F ' s, wicked bad " Birds Bash . . . Junior Varsity Hockey Team . . . Paragon Park ... to be a writer 53 FAITH CATALANO quiet, friendly . . . " Fantasic " . . . To become a hair dresser . . . wishes for the rest of her life to be very happy . . . Just You and Me by Chicago . . . found with Paula, Carol, Pat . . . GALE CATALANO " Grace " . . . friendly, talkative . . . " You ' ll get over it " . . . found at McDonalds ... pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t . . . would like to go on into Nursing . . . memories of )r. class trip . . . BONNIE L. CATALOG short, active, crazy . . . " Get Lost " ... to go into the service and go to nursing school . . . wishes to get into the field of nursing and be happily married . . . memories of Gymnastics, Drum Corp., Mr. Prom 74 . . . RE GINA A. CHURCHILL " Reg " . . . " That ' s allright " . . . remembers 10 11 73, Falmouth, diamond hunting in Daytona, hockey 73, majorettes. Algebra II, chorus . . . treasures memories of last 2 years . . . CATHI ANN CLEARY " Cathi " . . . sensitive, quiet . . Stoughton High ski trips . . . Mur-Mac ' s . . . Chicago concert . . . Christmas Dance 73 ... found with Kevin ... pet peeve: insensitive people . . . " You ' ve Got A Friend " . . . GERRIE CLARK " The things that I can ' t have I want. And what I have seems second rate. The things I want to do I can ' t And what I have to do I hate " Don Marqurs GARY CLERICI " All men see the same objects, but do not equally understand them. Intelligence is the tongue that discerns and tastes them. " Thomas Traherne MARY CLARKE Mary ... 1 12 74 ... Treasures Steve and her twins . . . found at Pine Grove . . . memories of Summer of " 73 " . . . Whe Will I See You Again . . . Plans to be happy BETH ELLEN CLINE " When one moment there ' s a cloudy sky to keep the sun from showing then believe you are your own; that that belief will keep you going " . . . Beth Cline 1973 54 DEBORA L. CLOUGH " Debbie " . . . remembers Martha ' s Vineyard, Hanover Mall in the rain, E hour with Kathy and Andreo . . . the 4C ' s . . . hockey, football 73-74 . . . being rescued by the " Big D " . . . pet peeve: exercises . . . PAUL COLASANTE " Scram, you don ' t get any " . . . pet peeve: 8-6 Saturday . . . found in a Bar ... an ex-jock . . . to become an engineer . . . Wipe out the minorities . . . )ANE M. CONNOLLY friendly, happy, sincere . . . life on 75 Senior Street, class trip to the laundromat, sketti supper, red lights, Chinese food . . . Florida 72 ... Blue Hills . . . Barb ' s Brother . . . Lums with Braintree . . . CHARLES F. COAN " Chuck " . . . Bird . . . " craz Charles " . . . the tapes . . . hockey . . . shutout ... " I would " . . . Bird ' s bash definite ... ' 74 prom . . . " Have a laugh " . . . pet peeve: studying LORRAINE A. COLETTI " Lori " . . . sensitive, happy, friendly . . . " Get off my back! " . . . pet peeve: waiting around ... to go to college, travel to the mountains . . . Wishes: homes for Vietnam war orphans . . . MARY CONNOLLY blind, unconscious, crazy . . . pet peeve: a certain p)erson, locker, cash registers that hate me . . . treasures my friends . . . Shadoo and Grievus ... " I lost my glasses " ... " I can ' t stop laughing . . . ISABELL M. COCCHI " Cookie " . . . sensitive, gullible, skinny . . . " You Jerk " . . . found with Steve 3 20 71 ... pet peeve: bugs ... to be happily married . . . memories of two years with Miss Buckley . . . ANN MARIE COLGAN " Ann " . . . quiet, friendly . . . " Life is not the wick or the candle, it is the burning " . . . found in Boston, especially the aquarium . . . pet peeve: People who form opinions about people before they know them . . . MICHAEL S. CONNOLLY " Mike " . . . summer of 74 . , . the garden . . . the tapes . . . Bird ' s Bash ... in search of something special ... to have good friends . . . " Thanks " . . . 55 ELIZABETH PEARL CONRAD " Pearl " . . . gullible, adventurous, loveable, . . . found everywhere . . . memories of Uncle Eddie . . . BARBARA E. COULTER " Barby " . . . friendly, sensitive, sarcastic, moody . . . " I ' m psyched " . . . white bomb, cheering at Gardens, camp, sketti supper, Chicago . . . KAREN A. CREAN " Flint " . . . cheerleading, gymnastics . . . found with Jimmy . . . Summer of 72 ' . . . blue . . . pet peeve: back slabbers . . . TIM CROWLEY " Tipper " . . . the Cape . . . one winter day in ' 72 ' ... pet peeve; waking up . . . found at Royal Chef . . . Emerson, Lake and Palmer . . . " From the Beginning " ... to further education, get rich ROBERT CUMINGS " Soup " . . . moody . . . pet peeve: two faced people . . . found down commons ... to go to college . . . " Ya, tell me about it. " JOHN P. CUMMINGS " John " . . . " A, Ladi, A, Lada " . . . found at the corner . . . pet peeve: Fords . . . memories of 11 7 74, Mr. Downs ' class ... Bachman Turner Overdrive . . . MARY CUGNO " Cug " . . . friendly, talkative, gullible ... to trip but not fall . . . found with Biff and at the Bench ... " I Love You More Today Than Yesterday " . . . Aerosmith ... to become a hairdresser . . . 56 HAROLD W. CURTIS )R. " Let us be able to look back to the last 4 years as the time we wish we had back, but rmemeber they were a time of great learning, not just from books. Remember the good of the past because the future will change the bad " . KATHY ANN GUSHING " Gush " . . . quiet, sensitive, smiling . . . " all-right " ... pet peeve: Ganton rivalry . . . memories of Algebra II, Diamonds in Daytona, 11 2 73, delicate days of biology . . . JANET L. DAGUE " Jan " ... 10 17 74 ... " The important thing is: to be able at any time to sacrifice what you are now, for what you could become. " — Gharles du Bois . . . " just us " . . . 2 25 74 ... to those that were there, thanks . . . ROSE DALTON " Rosie " . . . sensitive, artistic, stubborn . . . treasures the family, a special friend, constant three . . . weekend in Gonn. . . . Regee woman, white bomb, moons, Gent re St ... to be a fashion illustrator . . . light blue AL DARLING " Al " . . . simple to know . . . " Oh yea, really " ... to have a good job, life . . . wishes for no depression . . . remembers all the bomb scares . . . Aerosmith . . . hopes for open campus at SHS ROBERT F. DAY " Bob " . . . sociable, crazy . . . " What can I say? " . . . remembers beating Ganton, summer of 74, party at Lisa ' s . . . pet peeve: people with no sense of humor . . . " Blue Skies " . . . The Allman Brothers . . . BERNADETTET. DAVID " Bebo " . . . happy, gullible . . . treasures family, friends, Schneitsel . . . white bomb, Gonstant three, the Gellar, moons, Gent re St., Robo at 3, Quacks with Arty, Eagles ' Nest . . . " Make It With You " . . . LISA A. DAYNES " Mabel " . . . " terrific " . . . found at Onset Island ... pet peeve: cranberries ... to go to college . . . become a doctor, be happy . . . remembers laundromat on Martha ' s Vineyard . . . Ghicago, Bread . . . JOANNE DAVIS " A good man is the best friend and therefore is the soonest to be chosen, longer to be retained, and indeed never to be parted with. " — Jeremy Taylor GONSTANGE DEANDRADE " Gonnie " . . . friendly, laughing . . . " Really " . . . found at Stoughton Diner . . . pet peeve: snobs ... to be a reservationist ... to travel across the country . . . remembers " Green Gobbler Gang " , study hours . . . 57 PATRICIA L. DELOUGHREY " Duke " . . . stubborn, talkative, mischievous . . . " All that ' s left are promises and memories " . . . Diane ' s sunglasses ... a special teddy bear . . . 3 23 74 ... pet peeve: being told what to do . . . the daring duo . . . RUSSELL MARTIN dePINA " Rusty " . . . running, funny, foolish . . . " DYN-O-MITE " . , . found on the track . . . Thank you Mr. Green . . . pet peeve: track critics, bigots . . . remembers a sign in Franklin Park ... to be a trackie . . . DONNA DIBENEDITTO " Don " . . . short, quiet, friendly . . . " I ' ve seen everything " . . . found with joel . . . pet peeve: " my boss " ... to get married, be happy . . . The Beach Boys . . . STEVEN FRANCIS DENNENO " Pizza " . . . easygoing, crazy, sly . . . " SAFO " . . . found at Denneno ' s with the gang pet peeve: working ... to go on to school, be successful . . . remembers 7 4 74, camping in Maine, Birds Bash . . . CHERYL A. DEVAUGHN " Shirl " . . . crazy, talkative, outspoken . . . " Hey, what ' s happening! " ... to go to college . . . found in town with a certain person . . . pet peeve: people who know it all ... being the first black cheerleader . . . GINA DIGANGI " Gina " . . . happy, outgoing, laughing . . . " You jerk! " . . . found with a certain group . . . pet peeve: school ... to be a nurse . . . remembers A hr. commons, the gang . . . wishes for peace, to stay happy . . . THOMAS N. DEPALMA " Ellie " . . . sarcastic . . . pet peeve: work . . . Junior Class trip. Good Times Lounge . . . goin ' hubbin ' and geeing . . . getting the Munchies . . . being Italian . . . getting rowdy with Mike . . . to be happy, free . . . CAROL M. DEVITO " Speedy " . . . found in D103 . . . " The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed . . . pet peeve: white ankle sox . . . Donna ' s Laundry in Edgartown, Friendly ' s with )udy and loan . . . ROBERT DISTEFANO " What is a highbrow? He is a man who has found something more interesting than women. " — Edgar Wallace 58 DIANE DOHERTY " Educated men are as much superior to uneducated men as the living are to the dead " . . . — Aristotle KATHLEEN A. DONOGHUE " Kathy " ... my pocketbook . . . seen smiling in the corridors . . . grape soda ... the vineyard laundromat, the stolen bike . . . top lockers . . . pet peev e: having to squint . . . found with )AM, friends . . . MIKE DOSER " If they be two, they are two so As stiff twin compasses are two; Thy soul the fixed foot, makes no show To move, but doth, if th ' other do " . . . — John Donne RONNY DOHERTY " Phil " , . . athletic, talkative . . . " Yea, what he said " ... to go to college . . . ' 72, 73 hockey seasons with Hanka, Albie . . . " Dream On " , Aerosmith . . . MARGARET DONOVAN " Margie " . . . skiing, tennis, the concerts . . . )AK . . . overboard . . . no grape soda . . . The Vineyard, the rain, Copley Square . . . summer at Peaches ' . . . blue stone . . . " Don ' t worry about it " . . . college . . . CHRISTINE M. DOUCETTE " Chris " . . . " No Problem " . . . found waterskiing at the Cape . . . pet peeve: Mondays, E hour studies . . . " Peaches " . . . parties at the beach. Summer of ' 74 . . . Chicago . . . " Make Me Smile " . . . to be a dental hygenist . . . THEODORE ). DOMINICK " Ted " . . . friendly, helpful . . . " Your treat " . . . found at Blue Hills Drive In ... pet peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . Mr. Ed ' s class . . . " You didn ' t have to be So Nice " ... to join the Navy . . . r KEVIN DOODY " Boll weevil " . . . " Love that Little Turkey " . . . pet peeve: Tipper, Eddie, Dickie, Barcelona, Albie . . . " I ' d Love to Chang the World " . . . 6 74, the day I almost blew up Tipper ' s car . . , DAVID DRISCOLL " Dave " . . . found at Al ' s . . . pet peeve: two faced people ... to become a pharmacist . . . remembers Mr. Berry ' s class . . . Aerosmith . , . 59 MARY DRISCOLL Found at Roxies . . . always there . . . . Elton John . . . Sparkplugs " Oh, man " PAUL ). DURCIN " Duke " . . . restless, easygoing . . . " How ya doing? " . . . found with Karen . , . Ai ' s, the field, CYO . . . memories of the trip . . . Whiskers . . . " Fleetwood Mac " . . . glad to get out!! . . . ANN THERESA FARRELL " Look not sorrowfully into the past. It comes not back again. Wisely improve the present. It is thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future without fear, and with a manly heart. " — H. W. Longfellow )OHN DRUMMEY " Drum " . . . quiet, congenial . . . " Get outta here " . . . Walsh ' s Shop . . . pel fjeeve: wise jocks . . . wishes to end poverty . . . Fall of 72 ... Paper Lace ... to go to school . . . DANNY DWYER " Dan " . . . kind, nice . . . would like a cure for heart attacks ... remembers the football, track teams ... Three Dog Night ... to be a truck driver, rich, successful . . . PATRICIA FAVRET " Trisha " . . . " Only on Sundays " . . . pet peeve: school . . . wishes everybody could get along . . . Art class 1974 . . . " The Air That I Breathe " ... to take a lot of trips, be happy . . . 60 ROBERT G. EAGLES " Bob " . . . sarcastic, friendly . . . " The tall one " . . . found in my limo . . . New Hampshire with Micky, Barby, Bebo, Artie . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . Basketball at Cape ... |. Ceils Band . . . Halloween 74 ... lOANNE FEENEY The Vineyard ' s laundromat . . . " Ask me, I ' ll tell ya! " . . . grape soda . . . found with JOB or KAM and friends ... my lollipops . . . Chicago, Elton john Concerts . . . pet peeve: waiting for phone calls . . . the hills after dark . . . CHERYLE L. FERANTE Tall, dark, aggressive . . . " McGilla, Why ask Fitz? " ... the window . . . pet peeve: Mr. Perdue Chicken . . . " Thaid Thammy " ... the hoods . . . caring forever . . . " Who, Alfonso? " . . . DEBORAH L. FERRINI " Debbie " . . . gullible, friendly . . . pet peeve: insincere people . . . Chicago . . . elephants in the fog . . . memories: Jack 11 16 73, Jr. Prom, suppers, 6 5 74 with Karen, Donna, friends . . . grape soda, maybe . . . JAMES FEZIO " Jethro " . . . friendly, Italian , . . , . . found in the pet peeve: running . . Emerson, Lake and memories of junior to go to " What? " Meteor . . out of gas Palmer . . . Prom, being late school, to travel . . MARY FICHERA " Fish " . . . tall, skinny, lazy ... " I believe you " . . . pet peeve: school . . . 10 10 74 . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young ... to be rich and travel . . . ANNE M. FINI " Annie " . . . treasures the tickets . . . 10 21 74 . . . grape soda . . . old football games ... 11 25 74 . . . Remembers " A very good friend of mine " , and a lot of special people . . . EDWARD FINN When time, who steals our years away Shall steal our pleasures, too. The memory of the past will stay. And half our joys renew. — Thomas Moore jOAN C. FINNERTY " joanie " . . . gullible, sensitive, giggly . . . " All good things must come to an end " . . . found with Lis out looking . . . pet peeve: insensitive people ... to change 3 23 74 . . . Senior Prom ' 74, the beach . . . ROBERT S. FITZPATRICK " Fitz " . . . crazy, moody, argumentative . . . " The Tall One " . . . pet peeve: eye openers, teachers who can ' t teach . . . Cape Cod . . . remembers " Uncle Woody ' s Football Camp " . . . THOMAS M. FLAHERTY " Flay " . . . found down the corner . . . Geometry class . . . Mr. Walsh ' s Print Shop . . . remembers 10 5 72 . . . Russo Greenhouses ... to further education . . . 1 y 1 KEVIN ). FORTIER Luv Cendi (Tiger and Shorty) . . . going to Oregon (summer of 74) . . . Mr. Ed ' s History class . . . DECA ... Mr. McCarthy ' s Sales class . . . ALAN FOWLER " Al " . . . quiet, sunloving . . . pet peeve: work . . . memories: ski trips, 3 2 74 . . . Led Zepplin . . . to go to Colorado, be happy . . . PAUL FRANCIOSO " Paul " ... friendly, gullible ... basketball courts . . . pet peeve: Junior Prom; what a laugh! . . . remember pushing white Torino after Junior Prom with George, Tiny and Chucky . . . Chicago, " Wishing You Were Here " . . . BRUCE FRANKLIN " Cougar do " . . . kind, easy to get along with . . . " What ' s the weather in China? " . . . pet fjeeve: sleezy people . . . wishes everyone could get along . . . Led Zepplin . . . first year of commons . . . WILUAM E. FRENCH " It was nice but no thanks " favorite hobby: parties . . . make a lot of bucks . . . to JOHN PAUL FRESINA JR. " Johnny " . . . sensitive, spastic . . . " Be serious " . . . found in music room . . . pet peeve: spastic musicians . . . Moody Blues, " Isn ' t Life Strange " . . . endless summer of ' 73 ... ANN FREY " Annie " . . . Canton . . . Friendly ' s . . . pet peeve: Diane ' s Sunglasses . . . Thanksgiving football games and school dances . . . Chicago ' s " Saturday in the park " ... to be a nurse . . . ROSEMARY CAGNON " Pete " . . . friendly, gullible, sensitive . . . Junior year . . . pet peeve: snobs . . . Bread ... to be a teacher, be happy . . . 62 ROSS SCOTT GARDENER " Gus " . . . shy, friendly, erratic . . . " Dynamite!! " . . . the sea . . . pet peeve: school . . . " Rocket Man " . . . memories of the courtyard, commons . . . classes are sometimes boring, dances are far out . . . BRIAN GERRIOR You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. — Kahlil Gibran JANICE GARRITY " )an " . . . sensitive . . . Martha ' s Vineyard at the laundromat . . . English with Suzie, my new shoes . . . Sketti Supper ' 74 ... pet peeve: Lab on Friday s . . . memories; long hours of History homework . . . ANN MARIE GIBLIN " Gibba " . . . friendly, talkative, gullible . . . found at Pinecrest . . . A hour with the gang . . . Beatle ' s, " To Sir with Love " . . . to be a hairdresser, be happy . . . LAWRENCE ). GERBICK " Gerb " . . . sociable, moody, crazy . . . Halloween, my battery, concerts of ' 74, Mt. Washington pet peeve: Canons . . . " Midnight Rider " , Allman Bros. Band . . . change attitudes of certain photographers . . . DONNA GICHEL " All our dandelion days are done And so we will run in fields In search of wild roses That grow out on the moor " DONALD I. GIROUX " Don " . . . happy, hungry . . . " Your mother swims out to meet sailors " . . . found in a car or at Jan ' s . . . Junior Prom ... to go to college, be rich . . . PAUL GOODWIN " My education is so sound that I know hardly anything. " — Ronald Mackenzie CHERYL L. GLIDDEN " Boo Boo " . . . " What can I say " . . . the skunk . . . running for the car ... Donald Duck ... Big B . . . Calumet 75 . . . the visit . . . the curl . . . Grape Soda . . . JEAN GOURLEY " It is tiresome to hear education discussed, tiresome to educate, and tiresome to be educated. " Lord Melbourne LAURE ANNE GOODSPEED " Blonde " . . . silly, happy, outgoing, sensitive . . . " Listen honey " ... in Hal ' s car in front of the house . . . pet peeve: fighting, snobby people LISA M. GRADY " I ' m psyched " ... 75 Senior St . . . )AM . . . Scusset . . . laundromats . . . White Bomb . . . Wannaboggie . . . Homecoming . . . the rowdy class . . . Beach Boys . . . Robo at 3 . . . 64 DEREK ). GREEN adroit, amiable, sincere . . . " Of course " . . . found on the slopes or dreaming about them . . . pet peeve: Roxie ' s, blinking . . . track . . . ski club . . . Junior Prom . . . Summer of ' 74 ... JANICE L. GUSTAFSON " Jan " . . . crazy, friendly, sensitive . . . " Right on " . . . 1 11 74 . . . summer ' 74 ... pet peeve: inconsiderate fjeople . . . 6 14 74 ... the ladder . . . New York City, the Indians . . . TRACY IM. GREENE " Tracy " . . . small, fussy, talkative . . . found with Kevin . . . 1 6 73 . . . " Woods ' . . . pet peeve: 11 12 74 ... Junior Prom ... sophomore year . . . " Hello It ' s Me " . . . Robo at 3 . . . friends . . . KAREN ANN HALLISEY gullible, crazy, absent . . . found in orange Duster . . . remembers SHS, his no thanks to Joanne . . . log cabin in the mountains . . . poops 143 . . . midnight runaway . . . seen ail good people . . . ELAINE M. GRIEVE " Griefas " . . . emotional, friendly, crazy . . . " Ya know " . . . pet peeve: snobs, prejudice ... C hour commons ' 73 . . . wishes for more love, less hatred in the world . . . DONNA HAMILTON " Ham " or " Hammy " . . . sensitive, moody, worrier . . . 6 19 72 . . . memories of the shed, a certain Chevelle with Jimmy . . . stranded in Boston with Mo, Debe . . . CYNTHIA A. HAMMEL " Cindy " . . , friendly, sensitive . . . blue . . . " Chilly Gonsallas " . . . " Aah-Yaa " . . . pet peeve: not knowing . . . 4 26 74 . . . Steve . . . Aerosmith . . , Stevie Wonder . . . )oe Walsh ... to be a professional hairstylist . . . THOMAS HANLEY " Tom " . . . good partier ... " I might believe ya " . . . Al ' s or the tracks . . . pet peeve; two faced people ... to move on ... Stones . . . " Heartbreaker " . . . WENDY L. HANNA " Knees " . . . studious, worrisome, self-conscious give a dollar to the American Indians . . . Wynacht Brothers and the rejects . . . remembers Drill Team ... a certain battery MICHAEL HANSEN " Mike " . . . " You gotta get up the Ghoul " ... pet peeve: Problems of Democracy . . . remembers the type fights . . . wishes to hit the million in the game . . . Chicago, Cheech and Chong . . . PAMELA j. HARGREAVES " Kneecaps " . . . small, quiet, sensitive . . . pet peeve: school . . . found with Brian . . . 1 4 74 . . . " Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me " . . . memories of Seventh Street ... a certain ' 69 Chevy . . . MARK S. HATHAWAY " Mark " . . . weird, talkative . . . " That ' s cool " . . . outdoors pet peeve: homework . . . lockers on B-3rd . . . help conserve the nature of the U.S. ... to turn war and hatred into peace and love . . . 66 PATRICIA A. HARTICAN " Patty " . . . simple, always moving . . . " Get out of here " . . . purple . . . pet peeve: never enough time . . . greed . . . never forget Linda, Debbie, Kim and all the fun . . . summer of ' 73 . . . the hut ... PATTY HATCH " Patty " . . . friendly, moody . . " freaky " . . . Don ' s sexy elbows . . . Chorus . . . " Everlasting Love " . . . Germany . . . B.P.M. ... to go to college ... to spread happiness . . . PAUL HAUSAMMANN " A Man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university degree, he may steal the whole railroad. " Theodore Roosevelt RONALD B. HILL " Ronny " . . . easy going, friendly, moody . . . " Scram " . . . found at Roxie ' s ... to ski and be happy ... ski club . . . pretty girls . . . backpacking . . . senior year . . . Mt. Washington ... pet peeve: ski reports . . . LYNN C. HORRIGAN " Lynn " ... cheerful, friendly, stubborn . . . " wicked " . . . found with Larry . . . pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t . . . 9 30 72 . . . grape soda ... ' 65 Buick Skylark ..... W. SPENCER HAYNER " He that stays in the valley shall never get over the hill. " John Ray JAMES HIXON " I have never let my schooling interfere with my education. " LEONARD HORTON " Lenny " . . . easy going . . . " What? " ... ' 69 Chevelle SS . . . to stop war ... to become a carpenter ... to be rich . . . BRUCE HEMEON " Bruce " . . . moody, carefree . . . Goddard Hospital . . . pet peeve: B.P.M. . . . " Only the Beginning " . . . remembers sophomore year . . . find peace and end confusion . . . DONNA HOPKINS " Dee " . . . sensitive, gullible, moody ... " I don ' t know " . , . found with Wayne . . . 1 6 73 . . . pet peeve: ignorant people . . . " Without You " ... to get married . . . thanks to Mom and Dad . . . BLAINE HOWARD " It is through art and through art only, that we can realize our perfection; through art and art only that we can shield ourselves from the sordid perils of actual existance. " Oscar Wilde 67 DIANE M. HUNKELER sensitive, impatient . . . Daring Duo . . . Duke in tunnels . . . " Beautiful things are seldom easy. " . . . pet peeve: things not easily understood . . . Beach Boys . . . " Sloop lohn B " . . . to be able to drive a standard . . . NEIL HUNT " Hunter " . . . " What do you mean, what ' s a Johnson? " ... ski trip ' 73 ... would like to be taken seriously sometimes . . . would like to succeed in Business Management . . . DONNA M. INTERANTE " Dee " . . . loud, talkative, crazy . . . " Ya, I believe ya! " . . . found with Steve, Sue, Vinny in Boston . . . classes with " EL CID " . . . Elton John, Led Zeplin . . . 7 9 74 . . . cherishes friends ... to go to college . . . CHARLES F. IVALDI " Chas " . . . lazy, unexcited, quiet . . . " No way! " ... the Cape . . Surfside, Nantucket ... pet peeve; Monday mornings 3 2 73, football games . . . Van Morrison ... to go to college . . . JAY A. JARDIN " Portuguese " . . . crazy, ignorant, nervous . . . third lunch . . . " all right " . . . Electricity, E hour . . . Hustler ' s . . . Class Trips . . . Mountain Climbing ... to keep running till my legs move no more . . . WENDY J. JACKMAN found in New Hampshire . . . Danvers and Medford gangs . . . field hockey . . . basketball . . . lunches with Karen . . . early graduation ... Al Green . . . " There ' s nothing to do! " . . . going to Spain . . . DAVID JACKSON " Dave " . . . friendly, athletic, impatient . . . " C ' mon, give me a break! " . . . S.H.S. tennis courts pet peeve; leaky ice cream cones . . . playing kitty whist in the caf . . . " Light My Fire " ... to stop starvation . . . KATHRYN E. JARDIN " If we only have love, we can reach those in pain, we can heal all our wounds, we can use our own names ... If we only have love, we can melt all the guns, then give the new world to our daughters and sons. " - Jacques Brel JOANNA W. lOHNSON " )ody " . . . athletic ... the swells . . . pet peeve; super competitive people, Joplin , . . " Oh, I ' m sure " . . . basketball championship . . . Steisand . . . Latin with Mr. Berry . . . found down the gym . . . JOHN P. JOSEPH " Jack " . . . friendly, outgoing . . . " tell me " . . . Cape with Debbie . . . pet peeve: two-faced people ... college ... 11 16 73 ... elephants in the fog . . . Chicago . . . Junior Prom . . . KENNETH J. JARDIN " Portagee " . . . easygoing, quiet . . . " tell me about it " . . . McDonalds . . . pet peeve: wreckless drivers . . . Scusset beach . . . Elton John . . . " Saturday Night ' s Alright For Fighting " ... to go to college . . . LYNDA JOHNSON talkative . . . funloving dreamer . . . found at the BPM or in a blue Cutlass . . . forever making plans ... to be successful . . . MARK A. JULEVICH " Jubo " . . . " stay cool " . . . found at Music Stores . . . pet peeve: early Monday mornings . . . Dairy Bar in Caf . . . " the Beatles " . . . to become a draftsman . . . PETER JAY " Pete " . . . quiet, short . . . found at Gill Machine . . . pet peeve: homework . . . would like to be a carpenter . . . wishes to finish his ' 33 Ford . . . karate and hockey . . . MARTA L. JOHNSON " Marty " . . . talkative, mischevious, outgoing . . . " you dink " . . . found with Goose or on Park Street ... pet peeve: three weeks stranded, 3 24 73 JOHN KARAVATSOS " A loving little life of sweet small works. " -Swinburne 69 BRUCE R. KATZ " R. Flick " . . . found at Denneno ' s . . . " Boom sir " . . Minolta cameras ... pet peeve: the SX 70, pocket instamatics fond memories of camping in Maine, Block Party ' 74 ... " Kodachrome " . . . MARK D. KEARNS " Mort " . . . " Yeuuurh " . . . Found at Al ' s with the gang . . . pet peeve: a certain small chick . . . Pink Floyd . . . the field . . . going to Copa Cabanna with McGlynn ... to go to school . . . sometime DEBRA M. KELLEHER Debbie . . . talkative and moody . . . found at Stoughton Drug Store ... pet peeve: getting up early . . . " Band on the Run " . . . memories of 5 17 74 ... to become a secretary . . . KATHLEEN M. KELLEY " Kell " . . . dumb, crazy, gullible . . . glad to be getting out of this dump . . . pet peeve: getting up in the morning . . . needle and spoon . . . Savoy Brown, David Bowie ... to go to Calif ... to live to the fullest extent possible ROBERT KELLEY School is a highway, after 12 years of traveling we come to an intersection with many different roads ... I hope that on the road you take you find a few nice people to smooth out the bumps . . . STEPHEN W. KERSHAW " Steve " . . . friendly, outgoing, funny . . . " awe c ' mon " . . . Bird ' s Bash ... )V hockey . . . remembers a Blue Malibu . . . the beach ... a white vette . . . found with Carter, Mike, Chuck . . . college bound . . . ROBERT T. KEEN Bob . . . " oh sure! " . . . found at the gym ... pet peeve: the Patriots . . . track, basketball . . . " Chicago . . . end prejudice, discrimination ... to go to college, become successful . . . MISSEY KELLEY " Chesty Chuck " . . . gorgeous, sexy, beautiful . . . " oh terrific " . . . social with |oe . . . snobby people . . . to be free and happy . , . Mr. Daggy ' s class, G-hour, Junior Year . . . " She ' s a Lady " . . . BILLY KEZER " Kilmer " . . . friendly, athletic . . . The Valley with Rick, Mike, Phil . . . " locks " . . . Junior Class Trip . . . Scusset Beach ... pet peeve: left knee . . . Steppenwolf ... to go to college, play football . . . 70 CHRISTINE M. KIDDY " Qicky " . . . " ask me if I care " . . . the store . . . slow walking people . . . wish for peace in the world . . . Oak Bluffs laundramat . . . " Chicago " ... to become a Registered Nurse . . . KEVIN KIRKPATRICK " If you wish to know yourself observe how others act. If you wish to understand others look into your own heart. " - Sehiller RUSS LA FRANCE Say nothing good of yourself, you will be distrusted; say nothing bad of yourself, you will be taken at your word. - loseph Roux SUSAN KILLGOAR Sue . . . quiet, shy, reserved- Right! . . . pet peeve: being called Meg . . . " I ' m only kidding " . . . found at Mur Mac ' s ... to recover from Woody and Mr. D . . . 6 1 74 . . . Chicago . . . to keep on laughing . . . AMY LYNN KOLTZ Amila . . . crazy, friendly . . . " It ' s not funny, don ' t laugh " ... 1179 Central St. . . . pet peeve; people who make fun of others ... 1st lunch with Marlene and Bickford . . . Chicago . . . H 1 FRANCIS ). KILDAY Franny . . . funny, mischievous . . . pet fjeeve; work at 1 a.m. . . . found in ' 67 Dodge . . . memory of 11 30 73 ... Junior Prom, Christmas Dance ' 73 . . . Chicago ... to be happily rich . . . drive a truck cross country . . . JOY VALERIE KUNDROT " Peanut " . . . happy, nutty, friendly . . . " Don ' t laugh, it ' s not funny " . . . found with )eanne or at Pimentels . . . remembers Jeanne in Mr. Woodruff ' s closet and Mr. Chamberlain . . . 71 DEBRA M. LAINEY " Debbe " . . . crazy, rowdy ... " I am in love " . . . found with a certain person . . . pet peeve: people who think they are better than others ... Mr Daggies, B3 ... " Colour My World " . . . MAUREEN LANE " Moe " . . . friendly, talkative, happy . . . " I ' m only kidding " . . . Mr Downs F hr.. Sociology with Mr Gormley . . . found with Ka, Brenda, Nancy, Kathy . . . " MacArthur Park " . . . fond memories of )ohn . . . EDMUND W. LAURIE )R. " Teddy " . . . friendly, different, easygoing, fun loving . . . stranded on Route 25 with Bully, McCee, Whitehead . . . would like to forget that night in Westwood . . . " Bread " . . . memories of football . . . JEANNE LANDOLFI " Myrtle " . . . emotional, gullible, friendly . . . " Your kidding me " . . . pet peeve: Monday mornings . . . wishes for an honest president . . . found in New Bedford ... Mr Woodruff ' s closet . . . DEBRA E. LANGEVIN " Debbie " . . . quiet, friendly, moody . . . " What about me? " . . . found with Debbi, Sandi, Susan-club with Missey ... pet peeve: people who judge you before they know you . . . Chicago, " Colour My World " . . . lOHN LEAVER " Flo " . . . talkative, friendly . . . remembers the good times . . . always hubbed and feeling good . . . remembers Junior year . . . pet peeve: missing all the pwrties . . . Beach Boys ... " Fun, Fun, Fun " . . . 72 MARY LANE " Ka " . . . quiet, gullible, sensitive . . . " Get off it " . . . dislikes people who think they are better than others . . . G hour, Gina, Terri, Moe . . . Summer 73, Nancy, Kathy, Moe ... " Pieces of April " . . . SANDRA L. LASHUS " Sandi " . . . friendly, talkative, crazy . . . found anywhere goofing off with Debbe, Missey, Debbie . . . wishes to change 6 22 74 . . . weekends with a certain person . . . ANNEMARIE LeBARRE " All the times, that I have cried, keeping all I know inside, its hard, but it ' s harder to ignore it. If they were right, then I ' d agree, but its ' them they know, not me. Now there ' s a way, and I know, I have to go away, Know I have to go " — Cat Stevens DEMISE M. LeBLANC Friendly, easygoing . . . " All Right " found in E202 . . . future plans; to attend college, be an artist . . . remembers drama, Bowie Concert . . . DOUGLAS E. LEE " General Lee " . . . solemn, laughable, sensitive . . . church choir ' s ... to sing at different places ... to become a ranger . . . remembers German class . . . " The Apostle " . . . learn what you can then get out . . . KIM JOAN LeBLANC October . . . Scents and Colors of Autumn . . . Melting Reds and Yellows . . . " Isn ' t It A Lovely Day To Be Caught In the Rain? " . . . Fields . . . Pathways in the Woods . . . EDWIN ). LEE " Bean " . . . Independantly wealthy . . . " Tell me about it " . . . found in the photo shops of Massachusetts ... pet peeve: Nikons . . . Memories of the soccer team . . . Elton John . . . " Your Song " . . . PAMELA )0 LECLAIRE " Pam " . . . ticklish, happy, fun loving . . . " What? " . . . found at Mac ' s . . . Someone special- 8 24 74 . . . " Colour My World " . . . Memories of the class trip, the Prince, Mr LaVelle, Mr Chamberlain . . . CARL LEITAO " Carly " . . . friendly ... to go to college, be wealthy . . . memories of junior prom . . . crowded schools . . . Ten Years After . . . THOMAS LENNON " So many gods, so many creeds. So many paths that wind and wind. While just the art of being kind Is all the sad world needs. " - Ella Wheeler Wilcox CHERYL A. LEONARD " Cherie " . . . happy, easygoing ... " All Set " ... 6 17 74 ... Summer ' 74 with Karen . . . Plymouth, the sunsets ... A crowded weekend in New Hampshire . . . Sketti Supper . . . to go to college and travel . . . KAREN A. LEOPARDI " Karen " . . . giggley, talkative, mental . . . good ole Johnny Denver . . . 5 10 74, 9 15 74, big Saturday nights . . . Jack-in-the boxes . . . panda ' s, sunflower seeds . . . Colorado ... to go to the mountains to live . . . 73 DAVID E. LESSA " Dave " . . . talkative, rowdy, friendly . . . found at Roxies . . . pet peeve: some people at Roxies , . . Remembers " Colonel Cruz " . . . Elton John . . . Plans to go to college, be successful . . . MARK P. LUBOW " Mark " . , . friendly, sports minded, lazy . . . soccer and not winning with Lou . . . taki ng subjects over again . . . dislikes winter, running, and stuffy classrooms . . . remembers 4 years in A409 . . . DARREN LEVEILLE " In between what might have been and what has come to pass a misbegotton guess alas and bits of broken glass. " )OHN LUCIER " He That Stays In The Valley Shall Never Get Over The Hill " lohn Ray lESSICA MacDONALD " Annie " . . . Summer of 74 ... Richie ... Art III ... Kay ... Nancy Wancy ... 10-12 ... Mr Medeiros . . . Freedom jam . . . 9 13 74 . . . England ... The Corner . . . John C . . . Elton )ohn . . . Led . . . Gorgeous George . . . 74 CYNTHIA A. LEWIS " Roundy " ... No ankles . . . funny . . . " Dog face monkey " . . . " No good double crossing rat " . . . City . . . Home . . Becoming a nurse . . . Marriage ... For people to become one . . . Lunches . . . Friends . . . ALYCE LUPPINO " If peace cannot be maintained with honor, it is no longer peace. " — Lord john Russell joANNE MacDONALD Stubborn, affectionate, sensitive . . . " You know what! " pet peeve: phoney people . . . plans to travel . . . wants to be happy, successful . . . wishes for peace on earth ... 11 21 71 ... Beach Boys . . . LAURIE MacDONALD Pessemist, foggy, daydreamer . . . " Do it now " . . . pet peeve: getting up early, gym classes . . . to attend Holy Cross . . . Chicago, " Wishing You Were Here " . . . found in Boston ... to die old, rich, happy . . . PAULINE T. MACKIE " POLLY " . . . sensitive, outgoing . . . pet peeve: being mistaken as an underclassman . . . Remembers Junior Class trip, in laundromat . . . found up Pinecrest ... to be a Lab Technician . . . RAYMOND MAN! EASE " Let us not burden our remembrance with a heaviness that ' s gone. " Shakespeare MARIANNE MacDONALD " MaryLou " . . . sensitive, understanding sarcastic " Really! " . . . pet peeve: two- faced friends ... To be a writer, end starvation, poverty " Annies Song " . . . happy to leave . . . LINDSAY HELEN MALTMAN " Banana " . . . crazy, moody . . . Wannaboogie . . . Anything n ' Everything . . . COEN . . . JAM . . . The White Bomb . . . 8 11 73 . . , Robo at 3 . . . Moons on Centre St ... Wood ' s, Ms. Jones . . . " Annie ' s Song " . . . What I Really Want . . . CATHRYN MaclNNES " Cathie " . . . happy, pensive, sensitive . . . found at Marshalls, or on the tennis courts . . . pet peeve: people who aren ' t completely truthful . . . " The Way We Were " . . . Algebra II, Psychology . . . THOMAS E. MANIFASE " TOM " . . . ambitious, realistic . . . found at the race track . . . Remembers, World Champion 29th Street Blues Band, Homeroom with the colonel . . . Black Sabbath ... to be a great criminal attorney . . . JEAN MARDEN Quiet, sensitive, happy . . . bikes, cars, and dances in the rain . . . 40 shades of orange . . . hockey ' 73 ... UBee . . . Foo ... pet peeve: saying hi to Mr Sarno . , . " You ' re getting red " . . . 75 ELIZABETH ). MASON " Betsey " . . . 5 25 74 . . . " Never Can Say Goodbye " . . . " Keep smiling " , " hang it up " . . . remembers the Cape, summer of 74 . . . found having fun at the tennis courts, with friends . . . MARK McCARRON Friendly, humorous . . . " memos from Mark " . . . " Love is Blue " . . . Elton John . . . remembers band, chorus. Community Auditions, football games on a cold afternoon, bandroom . . . blue and purple . . . JEAN McCABE Seen at football games, gymnastic meets . . . dislikes people who are snobs . . . plans to be a nurse . . . hopes for peace . . . remembers Junior class trip in the laundromat . . . Stylistics . . . BARBARA S. McCARTER " Barb " . . . stubborn, ticklish . . . 9 22 73 . . . life on 75 Senior Street . . . " Wouldn ' t It Be Nice? " . . . memories of class activities, RAC, trying to get ads . . , " This Magic Moment " , New Year ' s Eve, Dennisport . . . KEVIN McCABE Shy, friendly . . . found at Gino ' s . . . plans to go into carpentry . . . wants to accomplish goals set out for . . . " Long Fellow Serenade " . . . favorite colors: red, blue . . . THERESA McCarthy " Teri " . . . gullible, funny . . . " You spaz! " ... pet peeve: getting up in the morning, gym . . . " Hey Jude " . . . summers in Florida, typing class . . . found with Kiely, Marianne . . . to h)e a secretary . . . MICHAEL J. McDonald " Mac " , " Moose " . . . found on the football field . . . Bird ' s bash . . . " Do me a favor " . . . " Bennie and the Jets " . . . to t)e rich . . . CATHY M. McDonnell " Stand like a tree exposed to winds! Its very height invites their blows. The nearer one to heaven grows. The farther sees the eye. " — Oton Zupancic MAUREEN Mcdonough " A crust of bread and a corner to sleep in, A minute to smile and an hour to weep in, A pint of joy to a peck of trouble. And never a laugh but the moans come double. And that is life! " — Paul Dunbar VIRGINIA Mcdonough " What is the simple life? It is a form of life described by pastoral poets, or the New Testament, but not livable today. " — Charles Wagner MICHAEL ). McGILLIVRAY " Magilla " . . . quiet, easygoing . . . remembers the walking path . . . found with Ryle te at Sandys . . . pet peeve: report cards . . . " lunior ' s Farm " . . . practice with Uncle Woody . . . " Cheryle, why ask Joan? " . . . THOMAS McLELLAN " Tom " . . . quiet, stubborn . . . found with Sue . . . remembers 6 11 73, party. North School, Latin with the Pro, D206 . . . Aerosmith . . . Foghat ... to be an architect . . . ELIZABETH McKAY " Lisa " . . . sensitive, gullible . . . remembers Jr. Prom 72, 2 12 72 . . . " Only Love Can Break Your Heart " . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young . . . treasures memory drawer . . . found with Joan out looking . . . MICHELE M. McKINNON " Micky, " . . . outgoing, friendly . . . 11 23 71 . . . Ronnie ' s thumb, " Right on Artie " , Eagles nest, JV cheering, white bomb, Junior Prom, Vineyard, Moe, Pam, to be a dancer . . . " Fats " , gymnastics, moons on Centre St ... SUSAN A. Mclaughlin " Sue " . . . sensitive, excited ... " I love it! " . . . found with Bobby . . . runaway hubcaps ... a bruised banana, the white bomb . . . JAM . . . Woods ' , funyuns . . . Wannaboogie . . . " So Very Hard to Go " . . . Robo at 3 . . . 77 LINDA M. McMAHON quiet, shy, sensitive, moody . . . " When Will I See You Again? " . . . pet peeve: waking up in the morning . . . hopes for peace throughout the world . . . RICHARD B. Mcpherson " George " . . . basketball, x- country, track championships . . . 2mile-9;57.5 ... )V 18pt. comeback, baskettjall camp, 6 hole rumble . . . brother-by-law MARIANNE McSTOWE crazy, gullible, talkative treasures a certain friendship . . . 7 17 72 . . . pet peeve: two- faced people . . . campus shop, DECA . . . orange ... to live a happy life . . . JOANNE M. McSWEENEY friendly, talkative . . . found in Pinecrest " Only Love Can Break a Heart " . . . " Suavecito " . . . treasures a certain pair of dungarees ... to become a lottery winner, travel . . . MARY MEARS small but loud . . . " Is it Friday yet? " . . . pet fjeeve: guys who think they ' re nice . . . partying with gang of 72-73 . . . fond memories of Hampton Beach (the first time) . , . CYO ski trip . . . 2 23 73 ... to live! . . . DENNIS MEDEIROS Burn . . . ummagumma, stroblite . . . cape trips . . . truckin in Bessy . . . pet peeve: the Hoot . . . Friday night pad parties . . . Allman Brothers at Civic Center . . . found with Cambly and Kink . . . meet ya at the top . . . DONA M. MELANSON " Shorty " , " Fred " . . . Barbara . . . Roxies . . . blue, not purple George . . . summer of 73 ... " We ' ll see " . . . Dandy Don . . . Richie . . . JEAN M. MELITO " leannie " . . . quiet, sensitive, found almost anywhere . . . pet peeve: two-faced people, not knowing . . . " really " . . . Seals and Crofts . . . leaves Martha in peace A hour . . . would like to visit Colorado . . . 78 PATRICIA A. MOELLER " Patti " . . . sensitive, silly . . . treasures her family, friends, Kevin . . . cheering, room service, bananas in the White Bomb . . . reject pile at Toll House ... 11 years with Barby, Homecoming . . . 12 8 72 . . . )IMMY MOORE " A man ' s style is his minds voice " — Emerson CHARLENE A. MULDOON " Chuck " . . . short, easy going, one of the 3 musketeers . . . " pwrdon me " ... 1-2-3 Bye! ... the field, friends, parties . . . pet peeve: being bored . . . remembers Mr. McCarthy ' s history class, burning Home-Ec room . . . DOREEN A. MONAHAN " Dor " . . . weird, happy . . . " really? " . . . found with Bobby . . . 4 7 73, thanks to Janet . . . junior prom ... to go to college, teach Home-Ec ... to get married, travel to England . . . CHARLENE MORRILL stubborn, gullible, moody . . . " Leave Me Alone " . . . found under the tree . . . pet peeve: school . . . plans to be rich . . . 6 27 74 . . . " These Eyes " . . . PAULA G. MULKAY " Bulky " . . . talkative, moody . . . " Oh, what do you mean by that? " ... 71 El-Camino ... pet peeve: school . . . plans to be a hairdresser, make someone happy . . . remembers sophomore year . . . 79 SUSAN A. MONTESANO " Susan " . . . crazy, scorpion . . . one of the " 3 musketeers " ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . 1-2-3, Bye! . . . remembers parties, friends, the field, the " zipper " ... to be a hairdresser ... Aerosmith ... " One Way Street " . . . PATRICK K. MORRISSEY Enjoys wrestling, hunting ... remembers Mr. Chamberlains English, the pro ' s parties, football at North School, the corner. Glen Echo, Town Spa pizza . . . Deja Vu, The White Album . . . PHYLLIS LYNNE MUSMON " Phil " . . . moody, shy, friendly " moron! " University of Massachusetts . . . pet peeve: narrow minded people . . . plans to go to college . . . like to help people learn to help themselves . . . Nov. 8-10, 74 . . . Chicago . . . STEPHANIE MEYERS " Sometimes quiet is an unquiet thing. " Seneca ELIZABETH K. NICHOLS " Betty " . . . moody . . . Chicago . . . summer of 74 ... always remembers " The Prince " , " Fred " . . . |.V. cheering . . . pet peeve: waiting, two faced people ... to live in California ... to go into medicine . . . ROBERT BARRY NEBEL " Bob " . . . sincere, friendly . . . " Hot Damn! " . . . college bound ... remembers 4 11, chorus, )r. Prom . . . hopes to accomplish something by living life to its fullest . . . " If " . . . Bread . . . wishes peace . . . KATHRYN E. NICKERSON " Kathy " . . . happy, friendly, and silly . . . blue . . . pet peeve: school . . . " Blue Velvet " ... " I don ' t know " . . . fond memories of the Prom and Cape . . . plans to visit Disney World and Hawaii . . . 80 MICHAEL E. MYERS " Miggie " . . . good times . . . cracking up with White Head . . . water tower . . . Hubbed . . . Junior Class Trip . . . geed with White Head and Billy . . . getting rowdy with Ellie . . . pet peeve: work . . . " Stairway to Heaven " ROBERT B. NEE kink, wounded . . . Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Aerosmith . . . pet peeve; getting caught . . . Pool Parties, riding in Bessy . . . Go to college . . . EILEEN P. O ' BRIEN found roaming the corridors of SHS . . . Good ole " Goddard " . . . Life on 75 Senior Street, class trip to the laundromat, Sketti Supper . . . " really nice! " . . . Blue Hills, Barb ' s Brother . . . Chinese food . . . red lights . . . hopes to be happy ... to be a dietician ELIZABETH O ' BRIEN Betty . . . moody, gullible, crazy . . . " Get out of here! " ... pet peeve: phonies . . . commons . . . )ohn Denver and Elton John . . . to visit Colorado ... to end pollution . . . KIELY O ' CONNELL tiny, happy . . . " No, but listen. " . . . green . . . absent again? . . . always smiling ... on time . . . hates getting up . . . " Spazz " . . . cherishes family, friends . . . Mokey . . . popcorn . . . many memories . . . biscuits . . . MARCIA ANNE OLSON " Mo " . . . crazy, f ubb, determined . . . " Oh really? " . . . " Let ' s go )oe! " . . . Spain ' 74 . . . " Cherish " . . . pet peeve: insincerity, backstabbers . . . chorus with Mr. Legrow . . . BARBARA M. O ' NEILL Barbie . . . freckles, frizzy hair . . . " tell me about it " . . . pet peeve: judging people ' s ability by looks . . . treasures family, friends, and a certain blonde . . . 2 17 73 . . . all the years with Patti . . . KATHLEEN DIANE PALMER For the cause that lacks assistance. For the wrong that needs resistance. For the future in the distance, And the good that I can do. — George Linnaeus Banks MONICA M. O ' REILLY gullible, crazy, quiet . . . c ' mon . . . " Love understands love, it needs no talk " . . . found anywhere . . . remembers 11 1 74, wants to change 7 12 74 . . . pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t . . . LISA JEANNE PEARSON Lisa . . . tall, blonde, Swedish . . . " Catch a Wave " ... the beach . . . " Nearest Faraway Place " . . . )r. Class Trip ... Ah Velski . . . The Prince . . . long johns . . . corvette . . . Toni, Marnie, Tammy . . . ' Nile! . . . SUSAN OWEN gullible, friendly . . . herbie . . . found with Tommy, Sue, joann ... big " K " at the legion . . . memories of the summer of " 73 " ... 6 11 73 .. . 1,-2,-3 . . . interior decorator . . . 81 DEBRA MARIE PELKEY " Debbie " . . . patient, understanding . . . treasures family and friends . . . pet peeve: frizzy weather . . . Robo at three, rescued banana, cruisin in the white bomb, bikes in the rain, )r. Prom, 7-27 . . . SUSAN O. PERDIGAO " It has been a savage enough gmage " — D. H. Lawrence ARTHUR L PENARDI " Artie " . . . friendly, late . . . " Far outs " with Mickey . . . " Quacks " with Bebo . . . talks with Mrs. Murray . . . " The Tall One " . . . pet peeve: The Rock . . . Emerson, Lake Palmer ... to be an architect . . . DIANE PETERS " Diane " . . . " yeah tomorrow! " . . . GiGi ' s ... to visit California . . . Freshman year ... a certain green suit . . . Bad Company . . . " Tuesday Heartbreak " . . . pet peeve: waking up in the morning . . . I lEFF PERDIGO " )eff " . . . easy going, lovable . . . remembers Switzerland . . . pizza . . . blue . . . treasures his car . . . found with Rosie . . . pet peeve: Monday mornings. Math . . . " right here " . . . plans to travel KATHLEEN A. PETER " Kathy " . . . friendly, talkative, shy . . . " fantastic " . . . found at McDonald ' s . . . pet peeve: getting up early . . . wishes for happiness ... )r. Class Trip, laundromat ... C hr. commons ... to be a secretary . . . SUSAN E. PHILLIPS " Susie " . . . quiet, friendly . . . " Where is everyone? " . . . found at Bradlees or with the gang . . . Band basement and Mrs. Murray ' s Problems class " Having my baby " ... To get married and be happy . . . GAIL A. PIATKOWSKI friendly . . . Barb ' s brother, forgetful, excitable . . . " Hiyo " . . . found at Blue Hills, Boston, or Ft. Lauderdale . . . hopes to go to Florida ... Big " K " and the Legion . . . Mac Davis . . . pet peeve: work . . . SUZANNE E. PICHE " Sue " ... at the rink . . . analysis . . . des nouvelles aujourd ' hui . . . thermoses at lunch . . . " How many B ' s do you have? " skunked in New York . . . Ducky Wucky . . . Martha . . . being " pres. " . . . 82 KAREN F. PIRES friendly, crazy, sentimental . . . " You Wierdo, " " Oh my God " . . . pet peeve; kids who know you but ignore you . . . memories of Class Night 74 with Debbie, Donna, Sketti Supper, The Hop . . . DAVID G. POPE " Snow Bear " . . . crazy, igorant, wuvable . . . smile and the world smiles with you cry and you cry alone . . . Third Lunch . . . pet peeve: waking up . . . to be an Electrician . . . MARY MICHELLE PITTA " Pieta " . . . crazy, friendly . . . found at 225 Park St . . . 1-1-74, Junior Prom . . . LIT Joey . . . " If " . . . moons on Centre St . . . pet fjeeve; three weeks stranded . . . ever constant three . . . " chop chop " . . . the cellar . . . ANN PODGURSKI EDWARD J. POPE " Spagnetti " . . . tall, friendly, happy, aggressive . . . pet peeve: snobs. Fords . . . found partying with the " Hut Gang " . . . School — a waste of 4 years . . . " From the Beginning " ... to be richand happy . . . " Ann " . . . " Olive oil " 28-74-Mike Aerosmith, Green, Joe giggly, sensitive . . . . . . " Aah Yaa " . . . 7- . . . Sandy Neck . . . Stevie Wonder, A! Walsh ... To be a Belly Dancer NEDO PULITI " Little Italy " . . . short, talkative ... " I ' m only kidding " ... Italy . . . Beatles . . . Love for one another and peace in the world . . . pet peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . moving back to Italy ... to be a musician or electrician . . . THOMAS A RAUDONAITIS " Tom " . . . found at BPM or Sports Center . . . Chicago ... to become CPA . . . pet peeve: working every Saturday night for a year . . . remembers Biology with the Prince . . . DEBBI L RAYMOND " Pickles " . . . happy, friendly, hungry . . . " Lets Boogie " 11 years with Mickles Schneitsel . . . Picanna . . . Junior Prom Scusset, the white bomb . . . " When Will I See You Again " . . . wishes best of luck to class of 75 ROBERT RAYMOND Life is a preparation for the future; and the best preparation for the future is to live as if there were more. Elbert Hubbard KATHLEEN LOUISE REARDON Kathy . . , friendly, crazy, outgoing ... pet peeves: flirting, walking . . . dancing . . . seniors of ' 73, Mr. Legrow ' s chorus. Porter St., Jeannie . . . plans to be a model, to be happy . . . DEBORAH A. REED serious, friendly . . . Beach Boys . . . 6 13 74 Grand Funk, 4 15 74 . . . Sebago Lake . . . Espionage with Patti, Oxford . . . " Sunday nights " " Stairway to Heaven " , BPM . . . lack in the Box mailboxes . . . AUDREY RICHARDS " Aud " . . . talkative, aggravating, considerate . . . " So,? Ya Sure " . . . pet peeve: staying after school . . . get married, have children, work . . . Success and happiness . . . " Rock Me Gently " TERESA M. RICHARDSON " Terri " . . . crazy, talkative, always laughing " what a moron! " . . . found with Michael . . . 4 20 73 ... pet peeve: waiting to be 18 . . . remembers Mr. Gormley ' s Soc. class . . . CHARLES ROBICHAU Chuck . . . ignorant ... " I don ' t want to talk about it ... " pet peeve: Schultzie . . . college . . . June of " 75 " . . . Three Dog Night . . . " Pieces of April " . . . ROBIN ROBILLARD Only a life lived for others is worthwile KIMBERLY RODRIGUES moody, serious . . . pet peeve: unfaithful friends . . . wishes fjeople had more consideration for others . . . 5 3 74 , . . Beach Boys . . . " More Today Than Yesterday " . . , Terri, Lisa, Ann Marie . . . D.E.C.A KATHERINE M. ROSE Kathy . . . found with Chris going down the store every night . . . remembers vacation in Virginia . . . making Mr. Z ' s lasagna . . . havin Home-Ec with Mac, Mrs. Welch can ' t stand slow people . . . " The Night Chicago Died " GARY M. RODRIGUES " Gary " . . . talkative, easygoing, crazy . . . " NoWAY! " ... to live to be happy . . . Senior Year concerts . . . skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, girls . . . Mt. Washington . . . Summer, Halloween " 74 " wet tracks . . . LINDA C. RODRIGUES Linda . . . easy going . . . green . . . pet peeve: show offs . . . Connie, Karen, Goretti, Connie, Rosa . . . treasures her drum set . . . Remembers F-hour commons senior year . . . u 15 V JAMES A. ROGERS " Jim " . . . playing cards at John ' s on Sunday . . . Maine . . . smokin ' in the dark room ... ' 63 Mercury . . . " are you kidding " . . . still trying to forget French II with Mr. Lavelle . . . PATRICAI LYNNE ROSS " PattI " . . . gullible, understanding, quiet . . . Junior Prom . . . Class trip . . . 10 12 74 . . . Dennisport, a certain friend . . . pet peeve: waking up in the morning . . . " Seasons of Whither " . . . PATTI A. ROTELLA compassionate, understanding . . . found with Deb . . . BPM Party, 7 22 74 . . . Beach Boys . . . 6 13 74, Billy Jing Tony . . . Chicago . . . 10 22 74 . . . " Make it With You " . . . Oxford Drag, Maine . . . the Cape . . . mailboxes . . . 85 KAREN M. SALVESEN " Al " . . . short, slow, gullible . . . " Oh my word " found with Paul . . . Junior Prom ... 74 graduation night . . . fighting with two certain people . . . swervy chairs . . . the field . . . " Beginnings " . . the field KATHY SANTOS friendly, anxious . . . found with Ken or at a football game . . . memories of Jr. Prom . . . working at the V.A. ants " Black Oak Arkansas " . . . Plans to attend Burdett Secretarial School HARRY SANDLER Ya, so . . . tuna at Charley ' s Dib . . . Marcel L ' amy . . . skip with ski and Cohen . . . Drive-In . . . " Man " , Red Sox . . . Butter . . . Burger King . . . Rutland VT . . . snack bar . . . Godfather . . . Patrice with the blonde hair . . . BARBARA J. SAWYER " Barb " . . . crazy, talkative, friendly . . . remembers home ec. classes . . . " When Will I See You Again " , . . found with Rob or at Chuck Cinky ' s ... to be an elementary teacher . . . STUART SALTZMAN " Stu " . . Ogunquit Beach . . . pet peeve: English ... go to college . . . " Dream On " . . . LOUISE ANN SANGIOLO 7 19 73 . . . Addie, old friends . . . to be a star like " JODY " . . . Blue Hills in the dark ... a single candle . . . Barb ' s brother . . . Betty ' s table manners . . . sketti Supper . . . summer of ' 73, smiles, Cat Stevens . . . ELIZABETH E. SCHILLINGER If this were played upon a stage now, I could condemn it as an improbable fiction. Twelfth Night, Act III 86 JOHN SCHUKO " lack " ... Green ... " Nights in White Satin " Don ' t do on to others what you wouldn ' t want done on to you . . . Hopes to become arnny special force soldier . . . (Green Beret) KAREN M. SEELEY " Seels " . . . Summer of ' 74 in Europe . . . beach parties . . . sunsets . . . " Don ' t Let The Sun Catch You Crying . . . The line at the hospital . . . sharing my locker with Cherie, Friends . . . To go to Art school . . . ELIZABETH A. SESSLER " Betty " . . . gullible, crazy ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . driving Snowbell . . . Sketti, Chinese Style . . . 73-74 memories . . . birthday party G hour trip to laundromat ... Mr. Boushell . . . BARBARA ANNE SESTITO " Barb " . . . friendly, talkative, crazy . . . Blue Hills . . . Stu C leadership ' 74 . . . Oh Brother . . . long talks with Karen . . . HiWeMe . . . Cinema . . . memories of D103 ... " At the hop " . . . Hojo ' s, New York . . . MARGARET SHEA " Peggy " . . . loud, crazy, always laughing . . . " Oh my God " . . . walks to Bob ' s ... |r. Prom Colour My World . . . Sketti Supper ... Mr. Clark ... pet peeve: Lemons . . . chem, Latin class meetings . . . KATHY SIDEBOTTOM Time was, and time is. The word is now. Dreams are real and alive; Life is born now. See now. Hear what is said now. Are you aware? Can you believe that it ' s true and real? And that times are not what they once were. 1 f lUANITA SILVA " As I grow to understand life less and less, I learn to love it more and more " . . . KEVIN SILVA " Why must you always try to make me over? Take me as I am or let me go. " —Thompson and Battle LINDA ). SILVA " Lin " . . . friendly, talkative, crazy . . . Beach Boys . . . clown . . . gang at work . . . " Don ' t bet on it! " . . . pet peeve: conceited people . . . college ... to be happy . . . FREDERICK |. SIMPSON )R. " Fred " . . . found at the CYO . . . with the gang ... at parties . . . riding around . . . biking . . . pet peeve: pigs . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . Miles Standish . . . VALERIE )EAN SKINNER " Val " . . . moody, mysterious . . . the corner . . . campfires . . . green . . . Plymouths . . . Rockport . . . most treasured possession- Rusty . . . Neil Young . . . to be a lab technician . . . CONNIE SMITH " People live from day to day But they do not count the time. They don ' t see their days Slipping by-and neither do I ... - James Taylor DORYCE L. SMITH StuC . . . The Prince, his cats . . . " You Make Me Feel Brand New " . . . pet peeve: friends who aren ' t true . . . Dizzy Izzy . . . Taylor ' s love dance . . . Summer of ' 74 . . . special education . . . LISA M. SMITH Photographs and memories . . . " Better Days " . . . Summer of ' 74 . . . partying, riding around with Kim, Pete, Stu . . . " Riders on the Storm " . . . pet peeve: People who lie ... Hopes to be happy and travel . . . DECA . . . 88 VICTORIA ROMONA SMITH " Vicky " . . . bad, bold, black, beautiful, Scoripo . . . her room . . . to go to college and become a famous lawyer . . . " Body and Soul " . . . " When Will I See You Again? " . . . JANE SPICER Friendly, considerate, not easily influenced . . . pet peeve: friends who aren ' t, inconsiderate people . . . will always remember Philadelphia, a certain beach party ... RICHARD SOLITO " Richie " . . . talkative, lazy . . . found at Roxies . . . " Catch ya later " . . . Aerosmith . . . pet peeve: English, school lunches . . . betting Mr. Ed on football games ... to go to college, make money, have peace . . . GEORGE SPRACUE " God help me keep a resolution that I make today: not to walk head high even one more time past someone I can help. " — Rod McKuen KAREN L. SPENCER " Karen " . . . talkative, friendly, always kidding . . . found cheering for the boys . . . pet peeve: people who don ' t care . . . memories of cheering camp, hockey, ranks on the bus . . . hopes to be happy . . . JANE CHRISTINE STAULA " laney " . . . athletic, flirtatious, blushing . . . purple ... " I don ' t know! " . . . found anywhere with John . . . " Precious and Few " . . . pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t ... to live in Florida . . . SUSAN STORM " Sue " . . . talkative, crazy, streakable . . . " Today is the first day of the rest of your life " . . found with the gang at Denneno ' s ... pet peeve: snobby people . . . remembers 5 17 74, 9 1 74, 8 31 74 ... CHERYL S. STRAUCHTER Remember the fights and the fun. Remember the homework that never got done. Remember the times we cut class. Forget them they ' re just the past . . . " Then Came You " . . . bumping . . . the city . . . ROBERT E. SULLIVAN " Sully " . . . found anywhere . . . remembers Chevy wagons, 10 12 74 with Toad, 11 7 74 in Braintree with a burnt clutch at 2:00 in the morning . . . " Bennie and the Jets " ... pet peeve: girls driving Cadillacs . . . RICHARD SWAN " Duck " . . . can be found in Holbrook with )udy, Dave, Justin, Janelle . . . The Who . . . Grand Funk . . . " School ' s Out " . . . " Inside Looking Out " ... to have a lot of money ... a future state trooper . . . CYNTHIA J. SWEENEY " Cindy " . . . talkative, happy . . . found in a ' 69 T Bird . . . 2 15 74 . . . memories of Mary ' s cellar . . . Beach Boys concert . . . pet peeve: waiting ... C hour commons ... to be a hairdresser DEBORAH ANN SWENNEY " Debbie " . . . sensitive, friendly, finicky . . . drum corps . . . pet peeve: clicks . . . summer ' 72 . . . " I ' ve Been Searching So Long " ... a closer relationship among all people ... to become a secretary . . . DOUGLAS S. SWINAMER " Doug " ... Judy, ludy, )udy thanks for the Mustang . . . memories of the Zanny gang in D309 . . . homeroom with Bubbles . . . Gary on the roof . . . hamburger and television . . Randolph? . . . living long . . . DONNA M. SZUM " Zoom " . . . always turning red . . . eyes . . . the wagon . . . laundromat at the Vineyard . . . the yearbook . . . " No grape soda, yet! " . . . hills in the dark . . . the leanin ' post of Avon . . . ice skating, Friday nights . . . MARTIN I. THOMAS " Marty " . . . quiet, friendly . . . " Seriously? " ... " Oh yeah " ... found on the tennis courts . . . pet peeve: surprise quizzes . . . remembers four years of tennis and working at Frank ' s . . . the trip to New York . . . LAWRENCE M. TROY " Larry " . . . friendly, happy . . . found with Lynn or up O ' Brien ' s . . . jowls . . . " Ah no " . . . 9 30 72 . . . StuC . . . Senior Play . . . " I can help " . . . best be truckin ' on home . . . pet peeve: sport oriented schools . . . MARIE E. TAYLOR Witty, moody, talkative . . . commons . . . John Denver . . . 9 15 74 in Providence . . . " Homework, again? " . . . " You ' re kidding " . . . " Rocky Mountain High " . . . hopes to see the world . . . PATRICIA A. TOBIN " Patty " . . . quiet, sensitive, shy . . . " I don ' t know what to say " . . . to be happy and successful . . . cheering . . . Sketti Supper . . . Jr. Prom . . . " Colour My World " . . . Chicago . . . pet peeve: practices ... to be a beautician . . . CATHERINE M. TEED " Cathie " . . . quiet, sensitive, gullible . . . found cheering or with Ricky . . . pet peeve: no school spirit . . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . . 7 31 74 . . . going off the edge . . . 7 5 74 . . . " Beginnings " . . . JOANNE TRAMENTOZZI " )o " . . . loud, friendly, crazy . . . pet peeve: jugs, waiting . . . remembers commons and lunch with Karen . . . Donny ' s waves . . . " Ya-hoo! " ... 750 Honda . . . found with friends ... to go to college and be happy . . . MICHELE UCO " Micki " . . . small, talkative, moody . . . found with Jackie . . . remembers the beach. Summer of ' 73, trip to New York . . . wants to travel on the stairway to heaven, to reach the dark side of the moon . . . 91 ELIZABETH A. UMINSKI " Betty " . . . funny, sensitive, gullible . . . " to each his own " . . . found at the corner ... pet peeve; depressed moods . . . remembers New York trip with Mr. Ed . . . wishes for peace . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . SUSAN L VALLEY " Sue " . . . " What ' s new? " . . . found on D3rd . . . Chicago . . . remembers on the road Driver Ed . . . Junior Prom . . . IDA VAN HORN pet peeve: two faced people . . . Deep Purple . . . black and red . . . to be happy . . . JOAN A VALENTI " Valent " . . . sensitive, athletic . . . " You ' re a clown " ... Dist corridor . . . found in D104 with Mr. Cid . . . pet peeve: being called Judy ... to go to college, major in Biology . . . remembers Basketball Championship LENORE F. VALUTKEVICH a little strange . . . Nantucket, watching the waves get high and World ' s End . . . History with Mr. Erickson and Willie ... to teach or be a wizard . . . cruzin ' with Lynee . . . Johnny Dee and all kinds of concerts . . . JEAN M. VAREIKA " Jeanie " . . . moody, happy, gullible . . . " Look at that face " . . . found with Janis . . . pet peeve: nothing to do ... miles from nowhere . . . memories of Canada . . . Feb. ' 74 ... to get married, live in the country . . . JUDY A. VALENTI " Twinnie " . . . athletic, stubborn, moody . . . found in D104, D107 with Mr. Nassise . . . " Ya sure " . . . pet peeve: being called Joan . . . remembers Basketball Championship 72-73, Softball (co-capt) . . . " Beach Baby " . . . Cvfl r LORNA A VALUTKEVICH crazy, original . . . Nantucket . . . " One more " . . . " Moutain Jam " . . . original Allman Bros. Band . . . pet peeve: berry size baggies . . . to be open-eyed, open wide. Ride the Wind . . . CEZAR VIEIRA " Geno " . . . found with Lauren . . . " Navigator " ... to be an electronic engineer . . . 92 MARIA GORETTI VIEIRA " Gee Vee " . . . sincere, courageous, generous . . . found at Fernandes Super Market . . . " Oh no! " . . . pet peeve: two faced people . . . remembers C hour commons sophomore year LAWRENCE VIOLA " Little Larry " . . . " Definitely " . . . " Butter " . . . Elton John . . . " Don ' t Let the Sun Go Down on Me " ... a future musician . . . California . . . Kathy since Jr. High . . . Lorenzo Salvatore . , . RICHARD ). WAITE " Dick " . . . happy, kinda weird . . . found in the backseat of his Grand Prix . . . pet peeve: running quarter miles . . . remembers Kooky Kris, Mr. Green - a great coach . . . " Let ' s Stay Together " . . . Chicago . . . KATHLEEN MARIE WALSH " Kathy " . . . the corner . . . found with Carl . . . summers of ' 72, ' 74 . . . 10 18 74 ... 12 ... our castle . . . most treasured possession — her friends ... to be a nurse . . . JAMES WASHBURN " Wash " . . . sloppy, athletic . . . pet peeve: untied shoe laces . . . would like to go into engineering . . . remembers freshman English class . . . " Ya gotta have a laugh " WILLIAM WALSH " Willy " . . . quiet . . . " Do unto others before they do unto you " . . . pet peeve: school lunches, underclassmen . . . found outdoors . . . remembers the wall to wall people in school . . . Chicago . . . KAREN R. WATERMAN " Shorty " . . . short, crazy, talkative . . . " Hii! " . . . roaming the halls with Barb . . . StuC and D103 . . . Spain, New York, Laundromats . . . " Mess! " . . . Sketti Supper . . . Physics labs . . . Party 11 2 74 . . . 93 JANICE MARIE WARNOCK " Jan " . . . friendly, crazy, talkative . . . found with Tom or just about anywhere . . . memories of summer of ' 74, wabbit, the mess, talks with Al, 8 11 74 ... to always be happy f SCOTT WEBSTER found on Newberry St. ... pet peeve: snobs . . . brown . . . " Life is but a passing cloud, and to those who never dream and never look up, the sky and the clouds are but strangers. " ... to be happy . . . KAREN WEIDERHORN found with Ronnie . . . 6 8 74 ... a certain hayride . . . summer hockey games . . . " To Love Somebody " . . . summers of 72, 74 ... pet peeve: teasing . . . Demi ... to be happy . . . GAYLE S. WERMAN compassionate, loyal, generous . . . " Come On! " . . . pet peeve: having to get up early for school . . . wishes for peace always . . . remembers all the great kids . . . Chicago ... to go to business school, travel . . . MARGARET ANN WEST " Peggy " . , . " What ' s new? " . . . found in the library during E hour studies . . . pet peeve: bomb scares during commons . . . remembers football games, Sketti Supper, junior Prom, " The Prince " , his cats . . . DONNA MARIE WHITE " Donna " . . . fun-loving, happy . . . " be serious " . . . Daves ' s house . . . people who write on basement walls . . . Proms, 10 28 72, New Year ' s Eve ' 72, ' 73 . . . treasures her hopechest . . . GEORGE P. WHITE " Whitehead " . . . going hubbin and geein . . . )unior Class Trip to Martha ' s Vineyard . . . the Good Times . . . stranded on 28 with Bully, Miggie, Ted . . . ranks on the hockey bus, the Tourney games . . . Grand Funk . . . MAURICE KEVIN WHITE " Kevin " . . . found in a red pickup truck ... to be an over the road truck driver . . . " Zebby " . . . 94 JAYNE WHITE quiet, funny . " One more " . . . underclassmen . . . sand, sun and stars . . . summer of ' 74 . . . . " 21 " ... to fly . Nantucket . . . pet peeve: . Chicago . . . . basketball Junior year THERESA A. WHITE " Terri " . . . moody, stubborn, fruity . . . " Who, what, huh? " . . . pet peeve : money ... remembers Dr. Davis ' class, Scusset ' 74, football games . . . " All in Love is Fair " . . . hopes to travel . . . DIANE M. WIKSTROM talkative, friendly . . . pet peeve: moody people . . . not even . . . Pal ... parties, milk can . . . found at " The Corner " ... ). Ceils, Pink Floyd . . . Bee Dee Alley . . . baby blue . . . " Dark Side of the Moon " . . . ANN WILLIAMS " There is no duty we underrate so much as the duty of being happy. " — Robert Louis Stevenson PAUL A. WYNANT " Wino " . . . quiet, sarcastic . . . " The Lost Cemeter ' . . . found in Cleo ' s Dungeon . . . pet peeve: Monday mornings . . . Led Zeppelin ... to own a Triumph Spitfire . . . Photo: Marcia Romanuck ELIZABETH C. ZINE " Betty " ... crazy, outgoing ... " Hi! " . . . memories of the gang . . . pet peeve: conceited people . . . Chicago ... to travel to Europe and become a teacher ■A. DEDICATION Over a half-century is reflected in the record of service and dedication of these three retiring faculty members . . . we dedicate this volume of the 75 STOTO- NIAN to them with gratitude for their decade of concern for the students at Stoughton High . . . May they find many years of quiet and happy contentment in their retirements . . . Samuel F. Gregory Coordinator of Science " Science is fun if taught properly " When I am forgotten . . say I taught thee " " When I am forgotten . SHAKESPEARE, Henry VIII 111:2 " Consider that I laboured not for myself only, but for all them that seek learning. " APOCRYPHA: Ecclestlasticus 33:17 Dorothy Manchester Guidance Counselor ' I have always felt Stoughton High is one of the finest. " " I am not a teacher; only a fellow- traveller of whem you asked the way. I pointed ahead — ahead of myself as well as of you. " BERNARD SHAW Getting Married Albert C. Williamson Director, Pupil Personnel Services " Problems vary with each individual . . . vocational, educational . . . personal problems time-consuming ... " personal, are most Seated: Pearl Conra d, Ginny McDonough, Mary Mears, Marianne McStowe. Standing: Mr. Arthur McCarthy, Kevin White, )oAnn Davis, Richard Solito, Mary Connolly, Mary-Beth Cugno, )ulie Cachopa, Lisa Smith, Jane Spicer, Kim Rodrigues, Annmarie LeBarre, Kevin Fortier. DECA Award Winners Mr. Arthur McCarthy (Coordinator, DECA), Mary Mears, Lisa Smith, )ane Spicer, Julie Cachopa, Mary-Beth Cugno, Joanne Davis, Kevin White, Richard Solito, Annmarie LeBarre, Kim Rodrigues, Mary Connolly, Marianne McStowe, Kevin Fortier, Pearl Conrad, Ginny McDonough, Dr. Sperandio. 98 CLUBS Foreign Language Club Front row: Mrs. Lorna Cachiotti, Kathy Jardin, Sally Valadao, Julie Aronson, Mandy Kourafas, Ann Farrell, Kathy Martell. Second row: Eleanor O ' Donnell, Robin Roll, Claudia Sweeney, Marlene Krouski, )oyce Livingston, Sherryl Franklin, Robert Nebel. Third row: Barbara Carlsen, Donna Twomey, Loretta Abril, Maureen Berkowski, Ellen Grainy, Diane Minutti, Lisa McGarvey. Fourth row: Margaret West, Susan Storms, Lisa Daynes, Cathy McDonnell, Stuart Gay, Karen Ski Club Seated: Walter Jennings, Buddy Barer, Alan Kershaw, Brooks Bartlett, Derek Green, Ronnie Hill, Linda Mulholland, Becky Rodrigues, Donna Griffin, Betsy Mason, Brad Holiday, Mr, Bernier (advisor). Standing: Frank Papsadore, Mark Johnson, Alan Fowler, Nancy Sperandio, Marlene Solito, Gary Rodrigues, Nancy McCarthy, Lynn Jardin, Meg Kilday, Eileen Sperandio, Lynn Mondor, Charles Fisher. STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council Front row: Karen Waterman, Barb McCarter, Barb Sestito, Tricia Kelleher, Katie McCann. Second row: Larry Troy, Cherie Leonard, Greg Hill, John Carabotsos, Doryce Smith, Scott Webster, Carol DeVito. Third row: )ane Connolly, Brenda Daniels, Marcia Romanuck, Rhonda Goodman, Andrea Bedard, Becky Rodrigues, Barbara Carlson, Peggy Shea. Fourth row: Lisa Polvmen, Robby Maclnnes, Mark Conti. Fifth row: Ed Heggie, Robert Flaherty, MaryEllen Grady, Karen White, Eileen Farrell, Joan Kelly, Donna Davis, Loretta Powers, Janet Gallagher. Student Advisory Board Student Council Officers Seated: Tricia Kelleher, Carol DeVito, Barb McCarter. Standing: Robert Katie McCann, Karen Waterman, Barb McCarter, Tricia Kelleher, Flaherty, Barbara Sestito, Greg Hill. Barbara Sestito, Mr. Anthony Sarno (Advisor). 100 HONORS National Honor Society (Inducted Previously) Seated: Suzanne Piche, Debra Clough. First row: Kathy Sidebottom, Sue Perdigao, Bonnie Benson, Elizabeth Schillinger, Barb McCarter, Janet Dague, Lisa Daynes, Ann Farrell, )anice Gufstason, Lynda Johnson, Lisa Cradv, Kim LeBlanc, Marcia Olson, Mrs. Pauline Savicki (advisor), Mrs. Janet Krol (advisor). Second row: Margie Donavan, Barb Sestito, Cathy Maclnnes, Russ DePina, John Joseph, Marty Thomas, James Fezio, Rich McPherson, Wendy Hanna, Chuck Ivaldi. National Honor Society (Inducted 1975) Front row: Debbie Ferrini, Kathy Jardin, Caria Ambrose, Jeannette Doyle, Lisa Polvinen, John Muldon, Marcia Romanuck, Renee Vita, Alberta Silva, Carolyn Curtis, Judy Bass, Bob Keen, Mrs. Pauline Savicki (advisor), Mrs. Janet Krol (advisor). Second row: Melody Henkel, Lorraine Mulligan, Ronald Frank, Barry Bucklin, Suzanne Roche, Joan Power, W. Scott Jardin, Dick Waite, Bill Coughlin, Regina Churchill. National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists Seated: Ann Farrell, Suzanne Piche, Susan Perdigao, Elizabeth Schillinger. Standing: Robert Keen, Martin Thomas, Russ DePina. Betty Crocker Homemaker Award Peggy Shea Girls State Barbara Sestito, Carol DeVito (Selectee), Lisa Grady, Karen Waterman. (Not present: Kim LeBlanc). D.A.R. Good Citizen Award Lisa Grady Ur LCETAMINOPHE VS Grand Award Winners Bruce Katz, Fourth Grand Award; Larry Thomas, First GrarxJ Award; Mr. Samuel Gregory, Coordinator of Science; Cathy McDonnell, Fifth Grand Award; Rick Vita, Second Grand Award; Lauren Stickler, Third Grand Award. (Photo: Marlene Solito) ■ « ft ■ • Honorable Mention Winners First row; )oan Valenti, Beth Cline, Ann Farrell, Tony Lanza, Kathy Cummings. " Second row: Rolf Ruben, )udy Bass, Scott lardin, Bill Coughlin, Mario Texeira. (Photo: Marlene Solito) 17th Annual Science Fair Hours of judging . . . years of re- search . . . nervous contestants . . . proud parents . . . drosophilia me- lanogaster and dugesia tigrina . . . ribbons and pins . . . five trophies and ten certificates . . . Clockwise: Larry Thomas receives First Grand Award from Mr. Gregory. Cathy McDonnell, Fifth Grand Award; Rick Vita receives Second Grand Award from Mr. Richard Murphy; FHappy winners examine certificates. (McDonnel photo by Manny Almeida, others on this page by Marcia Romanuck) 103 CHEERLEADERS Varsity Front row: Cheryl DeVaughn, Patty Moeller, Cathie Teed, )eanette Doyle. Second row: Annette Pascarelli, Suzanne Roche, Cheryl Thomas, Barbara Coulter, Linda Zawaski. Third row: Mona McKinnon, Donna Rodrigues, Karen Spencer, Patty Tobin, Karen Crean. Co-Capt. Karen Spencer Capt. Cathie Teed Patty Tobin Barbara Coulter Junior Varsity Front row: Nancy Carlson, Donna DiStefano (co-capt ). Second row: Nancy Sperandio, Lynn jardin, Tricia LeClaire. Third row: Pam Calizio, Gayle Leopardi, Mary Theresa Kelleher, Maureen McKinnon MAJORETTES - DRILL TEAM Front row: Laurel Wilson, Nancy Brennick, Liz Cox. Second row: Regina Churchill, Diane Gelly, Andrea Bedard, Kathie Clough, Denise Packard, Renee Vita, Ginger Gooley, )ane Rocci. (Not present; Debbie Sweeney). Drill Team Front row: Capt. Jean Marden, Kathy Murphy, Kathy Moore, Carol Bartlett, Laura Ellis, Donna DiPoli, Co-Capt. Wendy Hanna. Second row: Sue Mooney, Connie Palmer, Sharon Stetson, Denise Waller, Karen Hunchcliffe. Third row: Ann Gelly, Cindy Ness, Sue Duross, Karen Johnson. Fourth row: Kerrie Hanna, Co-Capt. Becky Rodrigues. Fifth row: Mary DePina, Linda Mullholland, Michelle Jackson, Kathy Martell. DRAMATICS 4 Donald Atkinson Ann Farrell Blaine Howard Kathryn Jardin Denise LeBlanc Pam LeClaire Betsy Mason Mr. Richard Stott, Jane Coogan, and Ron Azevedo practice for the sophomore show. (Photo: Marcia Romanuck) Susan Perdigao Marcia Olson Elizabeth Schillinger Kathy Sidebottom Thespian Society First row: Elizabeth Schillinger, Susan Perdigao, Kathy Sidebottom, Betsy Mason, Kathy Jardin, Denise LeBlanc, Monica Azevedo. Second row: Caria Annbrose, Donna Dipoli, oanne Giordano, Scott )ardin, Ellen Sano, Kris LeClaire, Pam LeClaire. Third row: Robert Rich, Don Atkinson, Carol DeVito, Marcia Olson, Ann Farrell, Elaine O ' Donnell, Kathy Allen, Ron Azevedo. Top left: CarIa Ambrose, )ohn Carabatsos, Bob Rich in " They Do It To Rats " . (Photo: Ed Lee). Top right: WSHS Staff - Standing: Lloyd Tennen; First row: Eric Winston, John Mills, Paula Caliri, Cigi McKee. Second row: Paul Goldstein, Mike Rabinovitz, Stuart Gay, Mike Werkowski, Kevin McCabe. Above, cast of " The Brick and the Rose " ; First row: Robin Rolt, Steve Copley. Second row: Steven Small, Atwell Williams, John Carabatsos, Ron Azevedo, Bob Rich. Third row: Bob Nebel, lane Coogan. Fourth row: )eff Feingold, Mark Johnston, Mary Lou Jay, Monica Azevedo. Right: Kevin Hodges on stage in " The Bartender ' s Beautiful Baby " (Photo: Ed Lee) 107 Marching Band and their new, long-awaited uniforms MUSIC Stage Band Concert Band 108 Officers Front row: Loretta Powers, girls chorus representative; Marcia Olson, assistant librarian; Kathy Sidebottom, alto section leader; Kathy lardin, soprano section leader; Nannette )ones, historian. Rear row: Virginia Homer, librarian; Robert Nebel, bass section leader; Don Atkinson, tenor section leader; )ohn Fresina, president. Southeast Regional Band Winners Billy Ryan, Maureen Lynch, )immy Harding. 109 Paul Swan (Coordinator, Sports Bureau), Eileen O ' Brien (Editor-in-chief, Stotonian), Mr. Tapper (advisor). Barb McCarter (Editor-in-chief, Knight) Stotonian Literary Staff Literary Staff (Volume 1) First row: Mr. Tapper, Eileen O ' Brien. Second row: Kathy Gushing, Regina Churchill, Lynda johnson, Janet Dague, Denise LeBlanc, Third row: Louise Sangiolo, jane Connolly, Karen Spencer, Lisa Grady, Patti Moeller, Micky McKinnon, Carol DeVito. Fourth row: Debbie Clough, Donna Szum, Debbie Ferrini, Lissa Boutilier, Karen Salveson, Larry Gerbick, Wendy Hanna, Russ DePina, Ed Lee. Literary Staff (Volume 2) First row: Mr. Tapper, Eileen O ' Brien. Second row: Kathy Gushing, Regina Churchill, Debbie Clough, )ay Jardin, Mark Lubow. Third row: Louise Sangiolo, Jane Connolly, Karen Spencer, Lisa Grady, Barbie Coulter, Karen Waterman, Denise LeBlanc. Fourth row: Barb Sesito, Cherie Leonard, Barb McCarter, Gail Piatowski, Marcia Ronnanuck, Paul Swan, Larry Gerbick, Wendy Hanna, Ed Lee, Bruce Katz. Fifth row: Marlene Solito, Lorraine Mulligan, Andrea Bedard, Susan Ruggerio. Stotonian Business Staff First row: Eileen O ' Brien, Beth Cline. Second row: Gail Piatowski, Barb Sestito, Karen Waterman, Louise Sangiolo, )ane Connolly. Third row; Donna Szum, Debbie Ferrini, Betsy Mason, Mr. A. McCarthy (Advisor), Barbara McCarter (Business Manager) needed him, and Mr. Frank Maioli, school photographer advisor, for " bailing us out " on so many occasions . . . Where a student turned in a photograph, we have tried to identify in both vol- umes. If no student name is shown, ei- ther none was indicated on the photo- graph, or the photograph was taken by Mr. Blackwell. With Deep Thanks . . . We are grateful to the writers, the edi- tors, the coordinators, the typists, Denise LeBlanc (for the cover and the dividers), the business staff (their ad campaign sold more ads than ever before), to the stu- dents who bought the book, the faculty members who cooperated on days stu- dents had to be excused from class, to Dr. Sperandio for his cooperation, under- standing, and support . . . As always, we are grateful to the mem- bers of the junior class who, as the Seniors, did when they were jun- iors, picked up the slack and helped complete the book after the seniors left. We express our thanks to Eileen O ' Brien, the editor-in-chief, because she (as all editors) receives no thanks for a thank- less job . . . she gets the brickbats for the few errors of spelling or for the few errors in judgement, but gets no credit for the thousands of correct items and countless judgements which were proper and helped make for a better book . . . Much of a yearbook is photography. We thank Mr. George Blackwell, our genial, pleasant photographer, who, week-in- and-week-out, " came through " when we Photographers First row: Larry Cerbick, Ronnie H ' . Second row: Rich McLaughlin, Rich O ' Connell, Kevin Fortier, Bruce Katz, Gus Mills. Third row: Brian DeVine, Walter Jennings, Ed Lee, )udy Kavanaugh, Marcia Romanuck, Susan Ruggerio, Manny Almeida, Marlene Solito. Standing: Mr. Maioli, Lorraine Mulligan, Frannie Abramowicz, Russ DePina, John Fullerton. Photo-Journalism 111 " It ilr 1 Broadcast Journalism A joint effort of WSHS and the SHS KNIGHT: Mike Werkowski, anchornnan; Gigi McKee, morning announcements; Lloyd Tennen, station manager. JOURNALISM Preliminary layout, proportion scales, L ' s ... deadlines, head- lines, by-lines . . . crop, tab, scale . . . bleed . . . NATIONAL PRIZE WINNER ... color ... double- spread . . . center-spread . . . infor- mals, candids, portraits . . . leads . . . nose-for-news . . . facts . . . edi- torializing . . . rights vs. responsi- bilities . . . morgue . . . press con- ferences . . . -30-. . . SHS KNIGHT COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION SHS KfilGHT HAS BEEN ' AW.ARDUD THIS FIRST PLACE CERTIFICATE BY THE ASSOCIATION AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK MARCH 14. lO?? IN ITS FIFTY-FIRST ANNU. lL CONTEST Mr. Tapper Journalism Advisor A near-perfect score in writing and editing Barb McCarter Editor-in-Chief Knight Staff First row: Mr. Tapper, Barb McCarter, Second row: Joan Melody Henkel, Diane Dwinell, Ellen Sano, Mark Valenti, )udy Bass, Ann Farrell, Cathy McDonnell, Lloyd Lubow, Wendy Hanna, Kathy Cushing, Debbie Clough, Tennen. Third row: Paul Swan, jay )ardm, Mickey Barbie Coulter, Karen Spencer, Lisa Grady. Standing: McKinnon, Elaine O ' Donnell, Marlene Solito, Lorraine Susan Ruggerio, Marcia Romanuck, Larry Gerbick, Ed Mulligan, Andrea Bedard, Eileen O ' Brien. Fifth row: Lee, Bruce Katz, Judy Valenti. 112 Cub Reporters Seated: Jay Valenti, John Hardiman, Charles Fisher, Mike Sandler, Susan Troy, Sally Kosinski, Jane-Ellen Tamul, Terri McLaughlin, Michele Scott. Standing: Steve Manson, Joyce Livingston, Janet Clifford, Alisa Aronson, Jean Burnle, Steve Copley, Margaret Sano, Mike Alfano, Mary Beth Savino, Joy Rosenblatt Press Conference Individual conferences SHS Sports Bureau Russ DePina, Paul Swan (Coordinator), Mark Lubow, Joan Valenti, Rich McPherson, Jay Jardin, Jim Carter, Judy Valenti (Advisor, Mr. Tapper). 113 Micky McKinnon Patti Moeller Barb Sestito Patty Tobin Saturday, October 19, 1974 All pictures except top and lower right taken by Bruce Katz 114 ' SILENT KNIGHT " December 14, 1974 THE LAST SUB SUPPER April 11, 1975 ' It ' s a family affair. Italian, meatball, and tuna subs . . . The Last Sub Supper . . . " Take me out to the sub shop, take me out Friday night Friday, April 11 . . . just clowning around ... " I hope there is a party after this! " . . . " This is it; we are almost out. " . . . Copley Plaza Ballroom . . . romancing and dancing . . . " Wave " . . . May 17, 1975 . . . get- ting your hair done and picking up your tux . . . meeting Robert Conrad . . . brandy sniffers and shot glasses for favors . . . " It ' s finally here! " . . . parties and the beach the next day . . . picking the Queen and her Court ... A night full of lasting memories . . . 118 Mr. William D ' Agostino, advisor, crowns Queen Louise Sangiolo, escorted by Damon Ostis Queen and her Court Officers And Escorts Lisa Grady (president), Richard McPherson; Barbie Coulter, Gary Rodrigues (vice-president); Margie Donovan (treasurer), )immy Ritchie; Eileen O ' Brien (secretary), Mark Lubow. Dr. Mrs. Sperandio, Mr. Mrs. D ' Agostino, Miss Herrera, Mr. Mrs. Welch 120 You can ' t fool Mother Nature!!! Commons was never like this!!! 123 On land and sea the Knights ride triumphantly . , , into the deep blue yonder . . . Water, water, everywhere ... And not a drop to drink . . . Dive bomber!!! We ' re the fairest ones of all . . 125 Class Night Awards June 4, 1975 AMERICAN LEGION SILVER MEDAL Andrew Ciacobbe, |r D A R GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Lisa Grddy DRY POND ASSOCIATION AWARD Regind Churchill FIELDBROOK YOUNG WOMAN ' S CLU8 AWARD Linda Callahan HENRY W WILSON MEMORIAL AWARD Gary Rodrigues NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AWARDS- ACHIEVEMENT COMMENDED STUDENT Russell dePina LETTERS OF COMMENDATION loseph Campanello Ann Farrell Blame Howard Robert Keen Susan Perdigao Suzanne Piche Elizabeth Schillinger Martin Thomas ROXIE ' S MARKET AWARD Nancy Brennick STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB AWARD (2) Kathryn lardin Cathryn Maclnnes STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL - SPEECH AND DRAMA DEPARTMENT COMMENDATION AWARD Elizabeth Mason STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS Art Denise I e Blanc Business Education Susan Valley Dramatics Elizabeth Mason English Elizabeth Schillinger Foreign Language Susan Perdigao Home Economics Christine Kiddy Industrial Arts David Pope Instrumental Music William Ryan (ournalism Barbara McCarter Mathematics Richard McPherson Physical Education (Boys) lohn Drummey Physical Education (Girls) Linda Rodrigues Science Cathy McDonnell Social Studies Richard McPherson Vocal Music lohn Fresina Commencement Awards June 6, 1975 AHAVATH TORAH BROTHERHOOD SCHOLARSHIP Karen Waterman ANDREW WONG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Lorna Valulkevich BROCKTON PUBLIC MARKET SCHOLARSHIP Lynda lohnson Susan Perdigao Richard Waite BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING LABORATORIES SCHOLARSHIP Carol DeVito DAVID A LOURIE LODGE, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, HYMAN S KRAMER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP lay lardin DR. CHARLES H. GRAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Richard McPherson EDWIN A lONES PRIZES Ann Farrell Richard Waite THE FRANK VOCEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Richard McPherson FRED AND SARAH LIPSKY ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP Elizabeth Schillinger FRED C. PHILLIPS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Arthur Penardi HARRY N LANDMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Wendy Hanna K OF C Lt KENNETH DONAHUE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP William Kezpr LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF STOUGHTON SCHOLARSHIP Pamela Leclaire MICHAEL ROMANUCK VFW POST « IMS SCHOLARSHIPS Carol DeVito - Elmer E Parsons Memorial Scholarship Lenore Valutkevich - Ladies ' Auxiliary Military Order of Coolies P T »W Scholarship Lorna Valulkevich - VFW Post If)4S Sr holarship Gary Rodrigues - loseph LaCivita Memorial Scholarship Margaret Donovan - Irving Kelle Memorial Scholarship SHAWMUT, INC SCHOLARSHIP Susan Valley SIMEONE STONE CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP Calhy McDonnell STOUGHTON ASSOCIATION FOR EXCEPTIONAL CITIZENS SCHOLARSHIP IN MEMORY OF DENNIS STAPLES AND MICHAEL PINETTE Barbara McCarter STOUGHTON BOOSTERS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP loanna lohnson William Kezer STOUGHTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE lAMES A KELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Denise LeBlanc STOUGHTON CHAPTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AWARD Annemarie LeBarre STOUGHTON FAIR HOUSING AND HUMAN RIGHTS ASSN SCHOLARSHIP Russell dePina STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP John Fresina, |r Pamela Leclaire William Ryan STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP Margaret Donovan Kathryn lardin lohn loseph STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL THESPIAN SCHOLARSHIP Elizabeth Schillinger Kathy Sidebottom STOUGHTON lAYCEE WIVES SCHOLARSHIP Patricia Moeller STOUGHTON LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Martin Thomas STOUGHTON LITTLE LEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP Mark Lubow STOUGHTON LODGE NO 72, I O O F SCHOLARSHIP Marcia Olson STOUGHTON LODGE NO 150, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MYRON E GARBER AWARD Debora Clough STOUGHTON MINERVA LODGE, DAUGHTERS OF ITALY SCHOLARSHIP Louise Sangiolo STOUGHTON P T A SCHOLARSHIP Richard McPherson STOUGHTON PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Eileen O ' Brien STOUGHTON ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Kim LeBlanc STOUGHTON SITTER SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP Carol DeVito STOUGHTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Bonnie Benson — In Memory of Mr, Francis H, Vogel Rosemary Gagnon - In Memory of Mr lohn F. Goff Barbara McCarter - In Memory of Mrs. Marjorie McAvoy Lenore Valutkevich - In Memory of Mr Paul M, Pitlman STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Lisa Daynes STOUGHTON WOMAN ' S CLUB lUNIORS SCHOLARSHIP Margaret Shea WEST STOUGHTON CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC. SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Rosemary Gagnon STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FUND AWARDS Ann Farrell Lisa Grady Barbara Sestilo Margaret West lanet Dague lames Fezio Kathleen Palmer Suzanne Piche 127 rs Looking Back . . . Remember? Freshman 1971-1972 The beginning . . . new faces, new friends . . . those big upperclassmen . . . " H " hours . . . attention to the notices . . . " A " building homerooms . . . mid-years and finals . . . smoking in the courtyard . . . class officers Kim LeBlanc, Cheryl Ferante, Gail Piatkowski, Sue Killgoar . . . class ad- visor: Miss Driscoll . . . the last dance of the year " Beginnings " ... a first success with many more to come . . . cake sales . . . freshmen dues . . . IT ty id ' Sophomores 1972-1973 Starting to gain confidence . . . we were upper underclassmen . . . new ideas . . . the first sub supper . . . What a success ... a concert with no au- dience . . . " Imagine " . . . our treasury grows ... a new Vice President, Lisa Grady ... a new treasurer, Sue McLaughlin . . . our first privilege: commons . . . " No, you can ' t play cards " ... a rage of bomb scares . . . moving to B3rd . . . the halfway mark . . . soon to be upperclassmen juniors 1973-1974 An exciting year . . . high school rings: our pride and joy ... a successful year . . . B3rd again . . . more bombscares . . . " What ' s a PSAT? . . . talks of college . . . growing up so fast . . . new class officers: Lisa Grady, Billy Alexander, Eileen O ' Brien, Margie Donovan . . . new class advisors: Mau- reen Herrera and Bill D ' Agostino . . . " Saturday Night ' s Alright " . . . Horse ... a big success in an even bigger snowstornn . . . Pizza Supper and all that left-over pizza . . . " This Magic Moment " . . . Chateau de Ville ... to Scusset . . . Martha ' s Vineyard in the rain ... an incident with a life preserver ... so many good times to remember, but now we move on to what we ' ve been waiting for . . . Seniority 1974-1975 Our year . . . B3rd became our home ... 75 Senior Street . . . Se- nior ' 75 Countdown . . . some sit- ting in junior homerooms . . . What senior privileges? . . . " E " hour studies and no place to go . . . the successful Campus Shop . . . not another bomb scare? . . . yearbook payments . . . class officers joined by a new vice president, Gary Rodrigues . . . StuC led by Barb Sestito . . . the activities begin: a car wash, wet but fun . . . Sketti Supper . . . Homecoming . . . Mountain Road . . . that special Thanksgiving foot- ball game . . . more SATS . . . achievements ... college appli- cations . . . Where ' s the party this weekend . . . McDonald ' s " Auntie Mame " . . . assemblies . . . " Silent Knight " . . . Avon Town- house . . . " Merry Christmas Tracy " . . . superlatives . . . decora- ting the gym . . . Let ' s Get Rowdy . . . " The Long and Winding Road " . . . another success ... a new discovery: WAVE . . . how many more days . . . May 16? . . . reasonable attendance . . . cliques . . . those senior junior rivalries . . . our last sub supper . . . " Are you sure you paid your dues? " . . . caps and gowns . . . Senior Recep- tion: " So Very Hard to Go " . . . Copley Plaza . . . only the most expensive, the most elegant for us . . . Class Trip to Connecticut . . . Class Night . . . Graduation . . . four years of happiness, spirit, memories, and lasting friendships . . . we are anxious to go forward . . . but reluctant to leave Stough- ton High . . . Intramural basketball champions: Front: Tony DiStefano, Ray LaCasse, John Peterson, Steve Bishop; Back: Paul Durgin, Mike Mullen, )im Jasperson, Dave Driscoll A fire-bombed library Mr. Cidado, class advisor. Junior Class Officers : Front row: Susan Davis, treasurer; Diane Laverghetta, secretary; Rear row: Renee Vita, vice-president; Barry Bucklin, president. Junior Prom Sponsored By The Class Of ' 76 Blue Hills Country Club - April 24, 1975 Class of 1976 Executive Board Front row: Renee Vita, vice-president; Susan Davis, treasurer; Diane LaVerghetta, secretary; Barry Bucklin, president. Second row: Robin Rupp, Arlene Galanis, Connie Voipe, Cindy Casano, Cheryl Thomas, Annette Pascarelli, Susanne Roche, Donna Rodrigues, Vanessa Klim, ludy Cowglll, Donna Sweeney, Denise Gaudet, Marlene Solito, Lorri McCarvey, Kathy Seery, Bunny Hopkins. Third row: |ohn Peterson, Eileen Doherty, Katie McCann, Franny Abramowicz, Linda Zawaski, Kevin Laurie, Mary O ' Neill, Robby Mclnnis, Grace Sacramona, Diane Driscoll, janet Gallagher, Tricia Gaffney, Marcia Romanuck, Pam Conti, Maureen Lynch, Andrea Bedard, Lisa Polvinen, )ohn Vesey, Lorraine Mulligan, Don Manuel. Fourth row: Mary Single, Barbara Ralston, Stephanie Anastas, Elaine Maher, Mary Roche, Tricia Kelleher, lackie LaFlamme, Carol Pernock, Bonnie Corbett, Lynda Monahan, Mary dePina, Monica Azevedo, Mary Ann Stewart, Wendy Wolfe, Mary Ellen Keen, Fred Mc Neill, )immy Kelly. 135 (Photo: Marlene Solito) 137 (Photo: F. E. Maioli) i Class Officers And Advisors Front row: Donna Toomey, secretary; Corinne Maioli, treasurer; Miss Helen Lynch, advisor; Rear row: Mr. Philip lacobacci, advisor; Dave Belliveau, vice-president; Mark Rodrigues, president. CLASS OF 1977 Executive Board Front row: Mark Rodrigues, Donna Toomey, Dave Belliveau, Corinne Maioli. Second row: Peter McKay, )oe Cronin, Chris Boyatzis, Steve Schillinger, Alan Kershaw, Frank Papsadore, Robin Rolt, Cathy Clarke, Linda Palmer, Claudia Sweeney, Kerri Hanna, lerry Kezer, )ohn Barrett. Third row: Becky Rodriguez, Linda Mulholland, Valerie Waite, Karen Spritzer, Eric Maltman, Bob Stack, Sherr l Franklin, Terri Silva, Mandy Kourafas, )ane Burke, Maureen Gearin, Nancy Rodrigues, Cindy Griffin, Mary Szum, Lynda Lebiedz. Fourth row: Rhonda Goodman, Mary Kennedy, Patty Batte, Karen DeMello, MaryEllen Grady, Nancy McNamara, jane Hochmuth, Chris Gaffney, Deanna Daly, Andrea Pappas, Heather Mclnnis, Maureen Berkowski, Sally Kosinski, Donna DiStefano, jim O ' Neill, Steve Manson Class Officers Front row: JoAnn Huber, secretary; Margaret Sano, treasurer. Rear row: Miss Kathleen Crimnnins, advisor; Richard Vita, president; ludy Gallagher, Vice- President. Frosh Executive Board Front row: Miss Crimmins, )oAnn Huber, Richard Vita, Margaret Sano, )udy Gallagher. Second row: Steve Bunsen, Pam Galizo, Maureen McKinnon, Filomena Silva, Kathy Viola, Debbie Driscoll, Jeanne Kolinski, joAnn Klim, MaryAnn Buckley, Jane Craig. Third row: Mark Conti, Kevin Gately, Brad Holiday, Bob Flaherty, Mark Bagtaz, Nancy Stewart, Cindy Ness, Sarah Lynch, Brian Dickenson, Mario Teixeira. I 1 I M L ' t Allison trying for a safe landing The Freshman Class Frolics . . . She flies through the air Broadjunnping by Cindy Ness 142 Linda Sacramona Scoreboard Stoughton 18 Cross-Country Opponent 40 Oliver Ames 15 Canton 50 18 King Philip 36 21 Sharon 36 20 Foxboro 47 29 Franklin 27 17 Mansfield 42 15 North Attleboro 48 Season Record 7-1 (Second, All-League Meet. Second, South Shore Meet) Stoughton 15 11 26 18 5 38 24 42 15 23 2 30 8 12 22 Record 5-10 Stoughton 5 7 4 6 0 3 5 5 4 4 4 5 6 6 3 5 4 3 4 2 Wrestling Newton North Marshfield Middleboro Walpole Dedham Weymouth North Franklin Foxboro Needham Weymouth South Durfee Franklin Milford Newton South Quincy Varsity Hockey Millis Blue Hills Dover-Sherborn Holliston Oliver Ames Franklin South Shore Southeastern King Phillip Canton Blue Hills Millis Dover-Sherborn Holliston Oliver Ames Franklin South Shore Southeastern King Phillip Canton Opponent 42 44 35 36 45 26 20 24 43 27 56 20 50 39 20 Opponent 2 0 0 4 8 4 5 0 0 2 1 2 3 0 8 2 4 1 2 4 Stoughton 3 6 5 5 8 2 10 2 0 6 13 4 3 4 2 16 5 Varsity Baseball North Attleboro Franklin Foxboro Canton Sharon King Phillip Mansfield Oliver Ames Franklin Foxboro Canton North Attleboro Sharon King Phillip Mansfield Case Oliver Ames Opponent 4 4 0 9 1 1 11 3 6 7 11 1 2 5 9 6 7 League Record 7-9 Overall Record 8-9 Varsity Football Stoughton Opponent 12 Randolph 25 22 Mansfield 14 8 Oliver Ames 20 6 North Attleboro 20 21 Sharon 18 0 Foxboro 14 35 Notre Dame 14 0 King Philip 14 6 Franklin 12 34 Canton 6 League Record 3-5 Season Record 4-6 Stoughton 7 6 5 14 14 14 1 16 Record 6-2 Junior Varsity Baseball Mansfield Oliver Ames Franklin Foxboro Canton North Attleboro Sharon King Phillip Opponent 1 1 6 4 8 4 4 2 Varsity Basketball Stoughton Opponent O Taunton bU Martha ' s Vineyard JO North Attleboro jo D Franklin 04 JO Foxboro 4 JO Canton AH Sharon 3 AH OU Mng r n 1 M 1 p cn jM D Mansfield CO JO JO 1 1 rf 79 J Oliver Ames 71 DU iNoriri Aiiieuoro C7 ji DO Franklin b 48 Foxboro 54 61 Canton 52 72 Sharon 78 58 King Phillip 54 79 Mansfield 63 65 Taunton 72 43 Oliver Ames 73 League Record 10-7 Season Record 11-9 Winter Track Stoughton Record 7-1 Stoughton )V FOOTBALL League Record 8-0 Season Record 8-1 Stoughton Boys ' Tennis Opponent 50 North Attleboro 32 62 Mansfield 24 67 Sharon 19 57 Canton 29 64 Foxboro 22 61 Oliver Ames 25 44 King Phillip 42 41 Franklin 43 Opponent 0 Randolph 6 14 Mansfield 6 6 Oliver Ames 0 14 North Attleboro 6 14 Sharon 6 28 Foxboro 12 14 King Philip 0 34 Franklin 22 20 Canton 6 Opponent TOURNEY Freshman Baseball 5 North Attleboro 0 6 Ro slindale 3 Stoughton Opponent 1 Franklin 4 1 Austin Prep 4 7 Braintree 4 2 Foxboro 3 League Record 14-4-2 6 King Phillip 3 3 Canton 2 Season Record 15-5-2 6 Canton 4 3 Sharon 2 4 Brockton 10 4 King Phillip 1 Girls Track 9 Foxboro 7 2 Mansfield 3 Stoughton Opponent 6 Franklin 3 1 Oliver Ames 4 63 Foxboro 45 2 North Attleboro 4 1 Franklin 4 30 Canton 79 8 King Phillip 2 2 Foxboro 3 30 Oliver Ames 79 3 North Attleboro 0 2 Canton 3 30 Mansfield 79 12 Braintree 11 5 North Attleboro 0 32 Franklin 77 13 Foxboro 7 2 Sharon 3 20 King Phillip 89 4 Oliver Ames 5 3 King Phillip 2 8 Sharon 101 6 Sharon 3 1 Mansfield 4 28 North Attleboro 81 League Record 8-2 4 Oliver Ames 1 Record 1-7 Season Record 10-3 Record 7-9 Junior Varsity Basketbal 1 kj Ol 1 oiiis DasKeioaii touehton Opponent Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Oppone 36 Taunton 37 V2 Canton 7V2 37 King Phillip 39 bU Martha ' s Vineyard 54 3V2 North Attleboro 5V2 40 Mansfield 26 35 North Attleboro 34 7 Kine Phillin 2 52 Oliver Ames 39 34 Franklin 54 8 Sharon 1 48 North Attleboro 46 37 Canton 44 ' 0 Oliver Ames 9 25 Franklin 53 44 Sharon 45 3 Franklin 6 33 Foxboro 39 61 King rniiiip 24 2 Foxboro 7 44 Canton 37 48 Mansfield 34 8 Mansfield 1 30 Sharon 31 44 Durfee 74 PI AVOFFS 43 King Phillip 57 38 Oliver Ames 40 5 Sharon 4 49 Mansfield 34 At 4 1 iNorin AlucuulU J J 6 North Attleboro 3 36 Oliver Ames 42 jO rial 1 1 1 1 1 53 4 Mansfield 5 43 North Attleboro 30 28 Playoff Record 2-1 27 Franklin 48 42 Canton 36 Overall Record 5-6 51 Foxboro 43 42 Sharon 52 Season Record 3-5 43 Canton 32 58 King Phillip 33 34 Sharon 35 47 Mansfield 38 Varsity Soccer Season Record 8-8 54 Taunton 63 Stoughton Opponent 48 Oliver Ames 45 1 Foxboro 9 Girls ' Tennis League Record 9-8 Season Record 10-10 Stoughton 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 FIELD HOCKEY Mansfield Franklin Canton Sharon North Attleboro King Philip Foxboro Oliver Ames Opponent 3 3 2 4 4 4 2 2 1 Catholic Memorial 2 Avon 0 B.C. High 2 Norfolk Agricultural 2 Franklin 1 Sharon 0 Xaverian 1 Foxboro 1 Catholic Memorial 2 Avon 1 B.C. High 5 Norfolk Agricultural Season Record 2-9-2 Freshman Football Stoughton Season Record 0-8 Stoughton 8 Mansfield Opponent 0 14 Oliver Ames 14 Freshman Basketball 8 North Attleboro 0 16 Sharon 0 Stoughton Opponent 26 Foxboro 8 37 Oliver Ames 69 16 King Philip 12 39 North Attleboro 33 32 Franklin 12 45 Franklin 61 14 Canton 20 47 Foxboro 40 Season Record 6-1-1 53 Canton 56 43 Sharon 72 Girls junior Varsitv Basketball 44 King Pillip 66 Opponent 36 Mansfield 57 Stoughton 47 Oliver Ames 74 4 King Phillip 21 48 North Attleboro 50 18 Mansfield 21 71 Franklin 52 22 Oliver Ames 21 57 Foxboro 67 16 North Attleboro 18 49 Canton 62 18 Franklin 16 41 Sharon 51 13 Foxboro 28 34 King Phillip 41 18 Canton 21 42 Mansfield 66 16 Sharon 22 Season Record 3-13 15 King Phillip 18 14 Mansfield 11 19 Oliver Ames 7 junior Varsity Socce r 22 North Attleboro 18 Stoughton Opponent Season Record 5-7 0 Avon 3 Spring Track 2 B.C. High 7 Stoughton Opponent 1 Franklin 4 100 Sharon 40 0 Sharon 2 101 North Attleboro 39 1 Xaverian 2 100 Foxboro 40 2 Foxboro 5 112 Canton 28 11 Avon 1 95 Oliver Ames 45 1 B.C. High 4 87 Mansfield 53 1 Sharon 4 95 Franklin 45 2 Franklin 5 68 King Phillip 72 2 Xaverian 3 Season Record 7-1 0 Foxboro 3 Won Hockomock League Championship Season Record 1-11 Meet Season Record 2-14 Gymnastics Stoughton 51.85 Medway 51.1 Canton 49.95 Franklin 63.3 King Phillip 56.15 Attleboro 51.6 Somerset 59.4 Franklin 54.65 Canton 63.2 King Phillip 57.3 Somerset 47.35 Attleboro League Record 4-4 Season Record 5-6 Softball □ughton 4 North Attleboro 10 Franklin 10 Foxboro 5 Canton 10 Sharon 11 King Phillip 3 Mansfield 7 Oliver Ames 8 North Attleboro 11 Franklin 4 Foxboro 3 Canton 3 Sharon 3 King Phillip 7 Mansfield 6 Oliver Ames Opponent 2 North Attleboro 3 1 Franklin 4 0 Foxboro 5 4 Canton 1 2 Sharon 3 1 King Phillip 4 1 Mansfield 4 3 Oliver Ames 2 0 North Attleboro 5 0 Franklin 5 0 Foxboro 5 2 Canton 3 0 Sharon 5 2 King Phillip 3 0 Mansfield 5 0 Oliver Ames 5 Opponent 47.35 25.2 52.05 56.8 62.35 87 58 37.1 63.1 77 60.1 Opponent 15 5 7 10 11 7 11 5 5 4 11 13 4 2 8 9 Season Record 7-9 Front row: Coach Charles Green, Russ DePina, Dick Waite, )ay Jardin, Rich McPherson, Mike Hanson. Second row: )im Kelley, Rob Mclnnis, John Muldoon, John Carabatsos. Third row: Mark Conti, Ken Reed, Peter McGrail, )im Landolfl. Cross Country Mike Hanson Captain )ay Jardin Russ DePina 148 Photo; Mills 149 Mark Lubow Ed Lee Chuck Ivaldi 150 i l!j mmt. 84 J Varsity Front row: Bob Fitzpatrick, Ted Laurie, Steve Bishop, Bill Kezer, Bill Alexander, Ron Doherty, Dave Driscoll, Mike McGillvary, Gary Burke. Second row: Mike McDonald, Justin Locke, Mike Driscoll, Steve Kelly, John Peterson, Vinny Maffeo, Tony DiStefano. Third row: Dave Cachopa, Dennis Driscoll, Joe Callahan, Jerry Galizio, Mike Cogran, Chuck Vuytowecz. Football Mike McGillvary Bill Kezer Mike McDonald Gary Burke Ron Doherty Bill Alexander Ted Laurie 152 Bob Fitzpatrick Dave Driscoll Junior Varsity Front Row: Ken Horn, George Batte, )im O ' Neil, |erry Kezer, Rick Smith, John Kane, Bob Harris, Franny Elms, Mario Lolimine, Don Manuel. Second row: Mark Green, )ohn Connolly, Dave Hadley, Mark Tamul, John Totman, Gary King, Kevin Laurie, Tom Packard, Chris Boyatzis, Steve Schillinger, Phil Clough, Ed Heggie. Third row: Joe Cronin, Bob Galanis, Dave Denneno, Bob Campbell, Robert Conway, Dave Denneno, Mark McGillvary, Dave Belliveau, Kevin Kenney. Fourth row: Peter Canavan, )ohn Teed, Dennis Horrigan, Tom Buckley. Coaches Cullen, Powell, and Fanning talk with Quarterback Bill Kezer Kelly finds little running room. Freshman Football Front Row; Chuck Single, Brad Holliday, Keith McGillvary, Bill Flaherty, Pete Galanis, )im Dalton, Chuck Davis, William McKenney, Mike Benson, Paul Driscoll, Nick Cariofiles, Rich Kelley. Rear row; Bob Perkins, Assistant Coach )ohn Downs, Dennis Medeiros, Bob Flaherty, Gary Eagles, Steve Sly, Tom Szostek, Steve Moriarty, Ron Bowyer, Steve Winters, Bill Cotter, Kevin McCarthy, Tom Roche, Mike Langer, )ohn Wells, Steve Healey, Eric Bamberg, Brian Heffernan, Paul Freeman, Head Coach Roger Dawe. 155 loan Valenti iMk AwC UTf lody Johnson Varsity Front row: jane Staula, Mary Diggs, )ody Johnson, Janice Kosinski, Val Washburn. Second row: Wanda Ham, Carol Wheeler, Judy Valenti, Lee Adams, Joan Valenti. Girls Basketball 1 UTt Judy Valenti Lee Adams Jane Staula 157 I 1 Varsity Front row: Coach Steven Woodruff, Al McNeil, Scott Walton, Bob Fitzpatrick, Co-captam Mike McGillvary Dave Cachopa Rear BuTke ' ' ' ' ' Dostoomian, Jim Cheverie, Ken Fitzpatrick, Tom Buckley, Mike Valenti, Dane White, Co-captain Gary Wrestling , 1 ' Junior Varsity Rirhl H r r " ' " " ' " ' G ' ll V, David Belliveau, Dav,d Hadley, Paul Freeman. Doug Koltz. Rear row; Gordon Price Richard Pavadore, George Peters, )im Dalton, Eric Seeley, Coach Peter Everett. 158 159 Basketball Varsity Front row: Coach Don Edmonston, Bob Eagles, Bill Alexander, Bill Kezer, Rich McPherson, Paul Francioso. Second row: Dennis Driscol Steve McPherson, Ken Ragusin, Mike Connolly, Ken Sawyer. Third row: Jerry Busby, Dean Jordan. Bob Eagles Mike Connolly Paul Francioso Varsity Kneeling: Dave Ryan, )im Carter, Bob Day, Bill Allen, Mike Bishop, Chuck Coan, Ronny Doherty, Mark Rodrigues, Peter McKay, Don Boc, Coach Ray O ' Malley. Standing: Kevin La Porte, Mike Kramer, Paul Wenskevitch, Gerard Cavanaugh, Bronco McCarthy, Steve Kershaw, Paul Goodwin, Bob McCrath, Jerry Galizio, )ohn Barrett, Bruce Conly, john Hardiman. 163 Junior Varsity Kneeling: Coach |oe Powers, )ohn Barrett, Brian King, Steve Schillinger, )ohn Teed, Bruce Conley, Kevin Callanan, Peter McKay, |oe Cronin, Standing: Al Kershaw, Frank Ireland, Steve Glidden, Rich Fagerberg, Chris Ciampa, Fred Simms, Greg jackman, Steve Savini, Jackie Caleguire, Don Boc, Joe McDonald. Early morning practices . . . Captain Ron Doherty . . . Coach Ray O ' Malley, Coach )oe Powers, Coach Condin . . . " Get the face off, get the face off, the Stoughton face off! " . . . sticks, skates, masks, costly equipment . . . noisy fans . . . Season Record 15-5-2, League Record: 14-4-2 ... last game for seniors . . . Austin Prep . . . 164 Coach Ray O ' Malley Freshman Hockey Kneeling: Dan Cannon, John McKenzie, Dave Powers, )im Gearin, Ed Barbato, )im Tyer, Mike Whiffen. Standing: Coach Condin, Steve Healey, Ken Hardiman, Dick Penny, Mark Conti, Mike Doyle, Don Morill, Lennie Penard, Coach Callen. (We regret that, due to circumstances beyond our control, only half of the team was taken) 165 Mike Hansen i Don Ciroux 7 )ohn Leaver Indoor Track Varsity Front row: Coach Bob Tosca, Ed Pope, Russ DePina, Dick Waite, Don Ciroux, Beth Ciine. Second row: Mike Hansen, )ay )ardin, Jim Kelly, Bob Ivaldi, )ohn Fullerton. Third row: Dave Sweeney, Barry Bucklin, Steven Kelly, Stuart Barer, Ronald Frank. Fourth row: Rob Maclnnes, John Leaver, Ted Dominick, Ed Ahr. Ed Pope Dick Waite 166 Stu Barer slides over the bar lunior Varsity Front row: Coach Bob Tosca, Kathy Martell, Valerie Waite, Andy Czyras, Chuck Davis, Terry Schmouth. Second row: David Cain, Jimmy Bertram, Peter McGrail, Charlie Single, Dave Sweeney. Front row: Miriam Goulston, Connie Voipe, Co- Captain Melissa Apostle, Coach Michelle Foley Co- Captain )an Callanan, Bunny Hopkins, Alberta Silva. Second row: Karen Crean, )oni Blatt, Denise Downey, Marianne Tobin, Allison Kelly, Louise Carbone, Kathy Phillips. Third row: Joanne McSweeney, Barbie O ' Neil, Debbie Raymond, Micky McKinnon Gymnastics Front row: Coach Michelle Foley, Marianne Buckley, Susan Nichols, Heather Maclnnes, Karen Kane, Amanda Powell, Jean McCabe. Second row: Debbie Fergus, Lisa Estey, Karen Hinchcliffe, )oanne Klim, Kathy Murphy, Loretta Powers, Robin Berg 168 Melissa Apostle (Co-Captain) Jean McCabe Joanne McSweeny i Debbie Raymond ■,V: ' Swimming Front row: Judy Gallagher, Robin Anderson, Jane DeVito, Linda McNally, Barbara White, Mary-Ellen Lougnane. Second row: Stephanie Myers, Darlene Levy, Marlene Solito (co-capt.) Vanessa Klim, Marjorie Wyndham, jane Burke, Maureen Gearin. Third row: Maryanne Buck- ley (co-capt.), Ronnie Gerbick, Rhonda Goodman, Irene Jordan, Su- zanne McMahon, Mary Coulter, Donna Griffin Varsity Front row: Bob Keen, Dave lackson, Marty Thomas, Scott lardin. Rear row: Coach |im Clark, Derek Green, Greg Hill, Mike Shapiro, Billy Coughlin. Boys Tennis Captain Dave Jackson Captain Marty Thomas Al Fowler Derek Green Bob Keen sf Captain Margie Donovan Captain Doreen Monahan Lisa Daynes Girls Tennis Front row; )ane-Ellen Tamul, Margie Donovan, Nancy Wilczewski, Andrea Brawders, Doreen Monahan. Rear row; Lisa Daynes, Debbie Ferrini, )oan Letson, Joan Coughlin, Coach Linda Pierce. 171 Varsity Front row: Mark Lubow, Glenn Overstreet, Mike Driscoll, Kevin Kenney, Kevin Laurie, Greg lackman, Ron Doherty, )ohn Bichekas. Second row: )ohn Leaver, Gene Doucette, Ed Bezarro, John Peterson, Bill Kezer, Jimmy Carter, Bruce Linden, Jim Washburn, Coach Bill Powell. Glenn Overstreet Ron Doherty Mark Lubow ' o " Leaver 172 Softball 174 Maureen Lynch )anis Kosinski Alberta Silva Girls Track Mary Diggs 1 t Front row Captain Alberta Silva, Maureen Lynch, Louise Carbone, Ann Celly, lanis Kosinski, Mary Diggs, Danette )ordon, Terr, Climo, Nanette )ones Laura Pearson, Ronnie Gerbick, Captam Corinne Maioli. Rear row: Coach )an Krause, Donna Hudson Eleanor O Donnell, Cindy Ness, Denise O ' Donnell, SarahAnn Lynch, Alison Kelly, loan Kelly, Denise Downey, Darlene Levy, Rhonda Goodman. Cindy Tisdale, Elizabeth Smith, Ann Lorenz, Becky Rodriguez, Linda Mulholland 175 lames Fezio " Hey, Stoughton! Wait for me! " SUPERMAN! 176 Michael Connolly Front row: Coach Charles Green, lay lardin, )lm Kelly, Robert Ivaldi, Barry Bucklin, Steve Kelly, Chuck Vuytowecz, Richard McPherson, Russ DePina, )ohn Fullerton, Steve Roose, Doug Lee, Assistant Coach Robert Tosca. Rear row: Mike Hansen, Stu Barer, Robby Mclnnis, Dave Sweeney, Ron Frank, Ken Sawyer, John Muldoon, )im Fezio, Don Giroux, Dennis Driscoll, Dave Pope, Mike Connolly, Jack Joseph, Dick Waite, Chuck Ivaldi, Steve Bishop. Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 10 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. 178 Now that you have completed your high school education, unlimited possibilities for interesting careers await you. With your high school diploma, you can afford to be selective in your choice of career. We would be pleased to discuss with you at any time oppor- tunities available, both in our office and distribution center, as well as retailing in the hundreds of shoe departments we operate coast to coast. Whatever your career decision, we extend to you our best wishes for your success. morse shoe 555 Turnpike Street Canton, Mass. 1 1 Compliments of Stoughton Police Relief Association Good Luck to the Members of the Class of 1975 180 BEST WISHES FROM THE STOUGHTON BOOSTERS CLUB VARSITY CATHIE TEED KAREN SPENCER PATTY TOBIN BARBIE COULTER CHERYL DeVAUGHN PATTY MOELLER CHERYL THOMAS MONA McKINNON SUSANNE ROCHE JEANETTE DOYLE LINDA ZAWASKI ANNETTE PASCARELLI DONNA RODRIGUES CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 75 FROM THE CHEERLEADERS JUNIOR VARSITY NANCY CARLSON DONNA DiSTEFANO LYNN JARDIN NANCY SPERANDIO PAM GALIZEO TRICIA LeCLAIRE MAUREEN McKINNON MARY THERESA KELLEHER GAYLE LEOPARDI 181 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1975 SIMONDS CHEVROLET 287 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 828-4455, 344-4063 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1975 FROM UNDA ' S BUS SERVICE YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL CONTRACTOR SERVING MASSACHUSETTS THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA 182 Best Wishes Class of 1975 from DENNENO ' S PIZZA - SUBS - DAIRY FREEZE 545 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 PHONE 344-9803 BEST WISHES CLASS 1975 STOUGHTON ODD FELLOWS I.O.O.F. NO. 72 CONGRATULATIONS FROM A. A. WILL MATERIALS 183 blue hill " HEAD FOR THE HILL " LINCOLN MERCURY CAPRI RT. 138 CANTON Connors WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO., INC. Your Local Lane Love Chest Dealer TUES. WED. THURS. FRI. TILL 9 P.M. MON. SAT. TILL 6 P.M. 828-0785 2239 WASHINGTON ST., CANTON Tippy ' s Garden Center Rte. 27, Brockton-Stoughton Line Across From Our Lady of Rosary Church 588-3410 If It ' s For Your Lawn, Garden or Yard It ' s Most Likely Here Balfour JEWELRY ' S FINEST CRAFTSMEN Class Rings - High School - Private School - Hospital — College Paper Products — Diplomas — Graduation In- vites — Cards Trophies - Medals - Pins - Plaques - Cas- tings Caps and Gowns — Prom Favors — Mugs — Glasses Hospital Insignia — Service Awards — Pins Represented by: BILL ROWAN R AND R OFFICE BALFOUR COMPANY BOX 822, OAKRIDGE AVE., R.F.D. 2 NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA 02760 184 COMPLIMENTS OF ROXIES SUPERMARKET BEST WISHES CLASS OF 75 POLILLIO BROS. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 828-0526 344-2783 JAMES O ' OONNILL )1 PtrkiRS Aviiut Brockttn, Miitachuselts 0;M1 Telephoat SIT HJ WE ' RE PROUD OF YOU CLASS OF 75 TOWN SPA INC 185 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 75 DINO BUICK CO., INC 346 WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 344-4567 CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 75 FARLEY FUNERAL HOME 358 PARK ST. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1975 F. C. PHILLIPS INC 473 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 344-9400 GOODIES RESTAURANT - DELICATESSEN BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER PARTY TRAYS - SMOKED FISH PLATTERS OPEN 7 DAYS 8 AM - 9 PM (FRIDAY SATURDAY ' TIL 10 PM) 186 BEST WISHES CEDAR LODGE 1155 PARK ST. STOUGHTON COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 75 RMC PRINTING SERVICE, INC STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-5511 828-7525 COMPLIMENTS OF STOUGHTON VARIETY STORE 79 CANTON ST. COMPLIMENTS OF RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK 15 PLEASANT ST. STOUGHTON 187 PARSHLEY REALTY COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 687 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-2110 REALTORS M.LS. COMPLIMENTS OF MUR-MACS EASTON AND STOUGHTON 61 7 238-3200 BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 75 NEW ENGLAND 4 WHEEL DRIVE SOUTH EASTON BOB ' S SKI DOO TURF SALES SERVICE SKI DOO SNOWMOBILES MASSEY FERGU- SON TRACTORS BOB HOLMBERG ROUTE 138 Manager NORTH EASTON, MASS. 02356 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 75 STOUGHTON AUTO AND SEAT COVER 188 DEACON PLUMBING HEATING CO. 32 PLEASANT ST. STOUGHTON FLAIR CARPETS INC. GENERAL FLOORING CO. 764 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON 344-7200 OUELLETT PHARMACY INC. 756 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON 344-3400 LAKEWOOD COMMUNICATION 1520 WASHINGTON ST. TWO-WAY RADIO SERVICE JOE ' S SHELL STATION 825 WASHINGTON ST. BEST WISHES FROM DENTCH FORD 107 SHARON STREET COBBS CORNER STOUGHTON CHRYSLER-SAAB 1234 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. JOHN E. DOYLE TELEPHONE 344-3224 PRESIDENT BOSTON LINE 364-1350 189 STOUGHTON BIKE CENTER 742 WASHINGTON ST. 344-6860 RALEIGH BIKES COMPLIMENTS OF WILLOW BROOK FARM STORE 1989 CENTRAL ST. STOUGHTON COMPLIMENTS OF CANTON LANES COMPLIMENTS OF NORFOLK COUNTY TRUST CO. CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 75 STAULA PLUMBING 259 ISLAND ST. STOUGHTON 344-6833 COMPLIMENTS OF LLOYD ' S ANIMAL HOSPITAL 1995 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON STOUGHTON SPORTING GOODS, INC. 732 WASHINGTON ST. 344-1600 SPORTING AND ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT FILL ' EM FAST 724 WASHINGTON ST. 344-8989 190 PAGE ' S BUSINESS 344-8866 RESIDENCE 344-4592 FINE GROCERIES • BEER WINES 458 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-3303 Road Service General Repair Ruggiero ' s Getty 931 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-9861 Wheel Balance Front end — Alignment CONGRATULATIONS from PORTER COAL OIL CO., INC. 893 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2563 FLOWERS DESIGNED BY Francis X. Fenton, Jr. 32 PLEASANT ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 GENUINE PARTS - HARDWARE - ACCES- SORIES - CHEMICALS SHOP EQUIPMENT - TOOLS - ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES Congratulations to the Class of 1975 ATLANTIC AUTOMOTIVE, INC " Everything for your Car " 79 PORTER STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. TEL. 344-7559 961-2090 HOURS: MON.-SAT. 8-5 hr Fun FOR THE BEST DANCE BANDS IN NEW ENGLAND CALL SURF MUSIC CO NANTASKET 617-925-1600 TEL. 344-3833 Aram Bobigian HAIR STYLIST 2000 CENTRAL ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. BOB ' S " P oodnrvct rb ■ DUGGAN ' $( LIQUORS 191 289 Park St. Stoughton 344-4350 344-3666 (617) 828-2700 R.S.V.P. Party Shop Stationers and Engravers inside the Tri-Town Mall Canton, Ma. 02021 Southshore ' s Most complete party shop FRANK ' S Seafood Cocktails 265 NORTH PEARL STREET (ROUTE 27) BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 588-9604 Edward C. Lindelof Sons, Inc. Plumbing and Heating TEL. S44-3800 989 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON. MASS. 3 -9897 STOUGHTON PUMPING SERVICE Ken Mokrisky Son CESSPOOL flc SEPTIC TANK PUMPING FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE i: Drake Ave,, Stojghton, Mass 02072 C H EM I CAL A I 1_ ABLE Call Anytime Nights Sjndays Holidays WARREN STAFF 23 WYMAN STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. TEL. 344-9863 PROUDLY PRESENT ' The Curling Iron " CASUAL, EVENING UNISEX BLOW WAVE STYLING EST. 1950 344-9883 JOE ' S SERVICE STATION INC. TOWING a REPAIRS W. STOUGHTON, Mass. oa07a ROUTE 27 A5Z CANTON STREET Joe Fay M ANAOER Randolph Mobil SPECIALIZING IN FOREIGN AUTO REPAIRS RADIATORS - HEATERS - AIR CONDI- TIONERS Arthur Fisher %3-9778 93 MAZZEO DRIVE RANDOLPH, MASS. 02368 INTERSECTION OF RTS. 24 139 RECORDS Cr TAPES OOMI ikibvaCiatMi 900tfiiibv«tiOM INSIDE THE TRI TOWN MALL CANTON 828-4533 192 CAL-U AND M KE AN APPOINTMENT IF YOU WISH Call 828-9833 Frank Vmny ' s Barber SVioJ) fJMTjnrn 620 Washington Street fjnl Dd canton. MASSACHUSETTS for MEN and MEN ' S HAIR STYLING jyO VlEA Hair Replacement System BEST OF LUCK FROM WOMEN ' S APPAREL SHOP, INC 797a WASHINGTON ST. 344-2641 COMPLIMENTS OF CREVOLA PRINTS 35 PARK STREET BARD ' S HARDWARE SUPPLY, INC 7 FREEMAN STREET STOUGHTON 344-4022 CONGRATULATIONS WYMAN JEWELERS, INC 18 WYMAN ST. 344-5000 BEST WISHES M M VARIETY STORE CONGRATULATIONS FROM STOUGHTON DRUG 450 PEARL STREET 193 STOUGHTON LAUNDRY 50 N PAUL STREET BEST WISHES FROM BONDED DODGE RTE. 138 CANTON Gay ' s FLORIST 399 Pleasant St. Stoughton Phone: 344-2812 Clint, Dorothy Russ Gay JAMES B. COTTER FUNERAL HOME, INC RELIABLE AND DIG NIFIED SERVICE SINCE 1936 LOWE POWERS FUNERAL SERVICE ESTABLISHED 1860 344-2061 115 MONK ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. CRIMMINS FROM STOUGHTON REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE COMPLIMENTS OF STOUGHTON DINER WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 75 STOUGHTON TOOL DIE CO., INC. HAVEN ' T BEEN DONE UNTIL YOU ' VE BEEN DONE BY ANDRE COIFFURES ANDRE COIFFURES 272 WASHINGTON ST. N. EASTON 238-7525 I 194 CONGRATULATIONS ACE AUTO BODY Flowers by Celi COMPLIMENTS OF EASTON 138 MOTEL COMPLIMENTS OF ATTORNEY EDWARD MODISTE COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1975 FROM CHRISTOPHER ' S SHOES 770 WASHINGTON ST. 344-5241 CASH CARRY HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER 522 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON COMPLIMENTS OF THE CLOTHES RACK JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR PARK PLAZA STOUGHTON 588-4625 195 Dick and Delores Dubois The Pool Place Everything for Your Pool 81 Washington Street No. Easton, Mass. 02356 238-3438 HAIR STYLING • STRAIGHTENING COLORING • RAZOR CUTTING SALES a SERVICE OF WIGS HAIRPIECES Cliico ' s Comt) Clippe JACEY ' S RESTAURANT 809 Washington St. Stoughton 344-9865 STOUGHTON RADIO TV 7 Pearl Street Stoughton Quasar Sales Service 299 Park St. • Stoughton. Mass. 02072 • 344-8974 24-Hour Towing Insurance Appraisals Stoughton Auto Body, Inc. 1069 Washington Street (Rt. 138) Stoughton, Mass. 02072 344-4830 Tel. 238-4651 Colonial Organ Piano Studio Home of the Mighty Wurlitzer Norman Cameron 105 Washington Street No. Easton, Mass. 02356 Best Wishes To The Class of 75 MARTIN ' S LIQUORS INC 22 Porter Street Stoughton 344-3434 Good Luck Class of 75 Arrow Drywall Plastering Co., Inc. Best Wishes Class of 75 From The Parents of Karen Waterman Tel. 344-1041 Bram Saffie Guitar Vocalist " Music with the Continental Touch " 53 McCormick Terr. 63 Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of LINE LUMBER Best of Luck From Dorothy Jean ' s Bakery 419 Washington St. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL! FROM JOYCE M. NEE THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP . All merchants who advertised All purchasers All faculty members All administrators All staff members Mr. McCarthy Mr. Tapper Eileen O ' Brien, Editor-in-Chief Barbara McCarter, Business Manager COMPL IMENTS OF PAUL C BISSETT INSURANCE AND TRAVEL AGENCY 11 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON GiGi PRESENTS THE FINEST ROCK BANDS ON THE SOUTH SHORE WITH TOP ACTS ENTERTAINMENT 7 NIGHTS A WEEK WE WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 75 QUALITY AUTO PARTS 48 WYMAN STREET STOUGHTON 344-5500 BEST WISHES CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 75 FROM ROWLANDS TV LEE ' S BEAUTY SALON 161 PLEASANT ST. STOUGHTON 344-9%6 MASIELLO ' S " IN - GEAR " COMPLIMENTS OF IVALDI MOTORS INC. A GANG OF SUPER STYLES FOR BOTH SEXES. KNOCK-OUT JEANS!! FALL INTO GEAR AT MASIELLO ' S CANTON, MASS. 432 PEARL ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-8216 GiCi ' s RTF. 138 STOUGHTON TELEPHONE 344-2361 MURPHY COAL CO. INC 793 WASHINGTON ST. 344-3012 PATRON ADS Gold Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Drummey Robert G. Gushing John J. Szum Gordon Maclnnes Arthur L. Penardi Kenneth E. Goan Robert J. Brennick Michael F. McKinnon Jr. Hippolit Piatkowski Maurice Katz Family Joseph L. Gallahan James R. Pelkey Mr. and Mrs. John S. Glidden Mr. and Mrs. Marshall F. Goodwi Mr. and Mrs. John W. Maltman Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Flughes Mr. John Downs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Monahar Dr. and Mrs. John Murray Mr. and Mrs. William Kershaw Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sperandio Mr. and Mrs. Joseph FH. Gibbons Superintendent ' s Office Staff Mr. and Mrs. James B. Grady Silver Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. LeBlanc jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Callanan Mr. james Black Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Olson Compliments of " Siesta Sleep Shop " Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Werman Family Charles Bishop Family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carter Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Moeller Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Churchill Mr. and Mrs. Peter j. Mears Family of Bruce Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Interrante Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Melanson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morrill Family Mr. and Mrs. Fred White Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marden Family Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John Hathaway Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carl Barbara Bob McLaughlin Family Mr. and Mrs. Manuel J. Rodrigues Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Nessar Leo Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. McLellan Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Spack Ed Rafaiko Family Mrs. Theresa F. Drinan Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey Family S.H.S. Majorettes Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Eagles Mr. and Mrs. Robert j. McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. John J. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Keen Mr. and Mrs. William DAgostino Ms. Maureen Herrera Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lynch Elizabeth J. Doherty M. Markantes Kojak and Pepper Bronze Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Sangiolo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schuko Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Julevich Helena and Warren Blunn Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ). Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ). Colgan Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Killgoar Mr. and Mrs. Victor R. Fezio Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Leaver Mr. and Mrs. Paul Catalano Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard M. Peter Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Valutkevich Mrs. Joan Audlee Jean and Enes, Snack Bar Mr. Michael Champa Kathleen Crimmins Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Bamberg Sr. Mrs. Battles, Attendance Office Annie, Sheila and Martha Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Kahn Mrs. Dorothy Manchester Mr. and Mrs. James J. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. James L. Boushell Miss I. L. Macintyre Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nassise Compliments of a friend Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bernier Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Sarno Jr. Mr. John M. Connor Ms. Polly V. Savicki Ms. Gladys Pfau Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dolan James J. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Dale LaVelle Joseph McDonald Peter O ' Donnell Beverly Coulter Mr. Herbert Aalpoel Ms. Maureen Heffernan Miss Claire Bouin Mr. James A. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Welch Mrs. Barbara Barrett Miss Helen C. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cidado INDEX ACTIVITIES See under subject listings ADMINISTRATION 28-31 Central 30 High School 29 School Committee 31 ADVERTISING 178-199 ART DEPARTMENT 12 BETTY CROCKER AWARD 101 BUSINESS EDUCATION 13 CHEERLEADERS 104 CHRISTMAS DANCE 115 CLASS OF 1975 Advisors 46 Awards 127 Car Wash 40-41 Class History 130-131 Class Night 126 Graduation 128-129 Junior Prom (1974) 36-37 Junior Trip (1974) 38-39 Members of the Class 48-95 Officers and Executive Board 46-47 Reception 118-121 Senior Play 44-45 Sketti Supper 42-43 Sub Supper 116-117 Trip 122-125 CLASS OF 1976 134-137 CLASS OF 1977 138-140 CLASS OF 1978 141-142 COLOR SECTION 3-10 DAR AWARD 101 DECA 98 DEDICATION 97 DRAMA-SPEECH DEPARTMENT 22 DRAMATICS 106-107 DRILL TEAM 105 ENGLISH DEPT. 14-16 FACULTY 11-27 FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 99 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPT. 17 GIRLS STATE 100 GUIDANCE 32-22 HOME ECONOMICS DEPT. 18 HOMECOMING 114 HONOR SOCIETY 101 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPT. 19 JOURNALISM 110-113 KNIGHT 112-113 MAJORETTES 105 MATH COMPETITION 99 MATHEMATICS DEPT. 20-21 MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 99 MUSIC ACTIVITIES 108-109 MUSIC DEPARTMENT 22 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 101 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP QUALIFYING TEST 101 PATRONS 199 PHOTO-JOURNALISM 111 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPT. 23 READING DEPARTMENT 22 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 24-25 SCIENCE FAIR 102-103 SENIORS 48-95 SKI CLUB 99 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 26-27 SPECIAL EDUCATION 22 SPORTS 143-177 Baseball 172-173 Basketball, boys 160-162 Basketball, girls 156-157 Cross-Country 148-149 Field Hockey 146-147 Football 152-155 Gymnastics 168-169 Ice Hockey 163-165 Soccer 150-151 Softball 174 Swimming 169 Tennis, Boys Tennis, girls 175 Track, Girls 175 Track, Indoor 166-167 Track, Outdoor 176-177 Wrestling 158-159 SPORTS SCOREBOARD 144-145 STOTONIAN Staff 110-111 Volume I 1-96 Volume II 97-200 STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD 100 STUDENT COUNCIL 100 THEME 3-10 THESPIAN SOCIETY 107 UNDERCLASS ACTIVITIES 133-142 YEARBOOK STAFF 110-111 200 9 KELLER YEARBOOKS DIVISION OF HERFF-OONES P O BOX 1052 GETTYSBURG. 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