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

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STOTONIAN a- STOTONIAN 1976 " if a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer, let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Thoreau photo by Marcia Romanuck STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL STOUGHTON, MA. 02072 See INDEX for page numbers. Homecoming October 25, 1975 Homecoming has been a traditional part of Stoughton High for the past seven years . It gives the faculty and students a chance to come together and share in a mutual project. ri r n r u U t- u k Above: Queen Renee Vita, escort Bill Coughlin and Class of ' 76 advisor Mr. Leonard Cidado. (Photo: Mr. William Coughlin.) Left: The Queen and her court - Patricia Kelleher, Katie McCann, Queen Renee Vita, Susanne Roche, and Annette Pascarelli (Photo: Mr. William Coughlin.) Upper left: Katie McCann escorted by Gary King. (Photo: Joan Power.) 6 ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ t ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ JUpt ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ " I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided and that is the lamp of experience. I know no way of judging the future but by the past. " Patrick Henry ' A Field trips to such places as Sturbridge Village and Plimoth Plantation helped students to learn about the arts of the past. Top: Mr. Gormley and Eileen Sperandio make mead. (Photo: Marlene Solito.) Center: A different form of punishment. (Photo: Meg Kilday.) Left: The art of weaving. (Photo: Marlene Solito.) Preceding Page: Minutemen stand at ease. (Photo: Richard O ' Connell.) i Frosh football scenes, Mr. Cidado and Elaine Maher at Spaghetti Sup- per, (Photo: Stephanie Anastas.) Laura Noren sits contentedly on fence, stage band performs at Pops Concert, Jimmy O ' Reilly gets help constructing a building, (Photo: Mr. Frank Maioli,) Center photo of min- uteperson Diane Leffas taken by Rich O ' Connell. 1 1 Senior Class Officers: Renee Vita, vice-president; Susan Davis, treasure; Kevin Laurie, president; and Annette Pascarelli, secretary. (Photo: Mr. Maioli.) 14 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE BOARD Senior Class Executive Board Front row: Debbie Uniacke, Lee Prisco, Linda Barry, Mr. Cidado, Pat Gaffney, Nancy Greeman, Donna Rodrigues. Second row: Linda Za- waski, Carolyn Ogar, Terry Ghelfi, Ginger Gooley, Ellen Sano, Kathy Seery, Lorri McGarvey. Third row: Lloyd Tennen, Brooks Bartlett, Don Manuel, Andrea Bedard, John Carabatsos, Marueen Lynch, Lisa Polvinen, Janis Kosinski, Judy Kavanagh, Jeannette Doyle. Fourth row: Lar- raine Mulligan, Margie Wyndham, Liz Cox, Mark Dolloff, Al McNeill, Barbara Ralston, Linda Reilly, Robin Rupp, Stephanie Anastas, Elaine Maner, Mary Single. Rear row: Annette Pascarelli, Renee Vita, Judy Cowgill, Denise Packard, Mary Ellen Keen, Carla Ambrose, Diane Gel- ly, Marcia Romanuck, Diane Leffas, Marlene Solito, Alberta Silva, Debbie Dugan, Grace Sacramona, Pam Conti, Vanessa Klim, Katie McCann, Eileen Doherty, Tricia Kelleher, Cheryl Thomas, Diane LaVerghetta, Connie Volpe. To The Class Of 1976, I would like to thank the " Class of 76 " for all it has done to make my four years at Stoughton High School a pleasant and memorable ex- perience. While working closely with you as an advisor, I was rewarded with the many friendships that devel- oped between us and with the pleasure and satisfaction that I experienced while watching you develop into mature young adults. As you leave the environ- ment of Stoughton High School, I am confident that you will be able to adjust to whatever environment you choose. You are an enthu- siastic and responsible goup of people. These attributes were important to the suc- cess of your class functions and will be integral in your individual successes in the future. I sincerely hope that our good memories will serve as a strong foundation on which you will build a life rich with success, happi- ness, and personal satisfac- tion. MR. LEONARD CIDADO To Mr. Cidado, The Class of 76 would like to express special grat- itude to our own Mr. Ci- dado. Throughout the past four years, Mr. Cidado ' s guidance has influenced our growth as individuals and as a class. His involvement and dedication has taught us the value of unity and the meaning of pride. Words alone cannot ex- press the thanks you have earned. We will remember you always . . . CLASS OF 76 JUNIOR YEAR 1974-1975 junior year: the year of the bomb scare ... 1974-1975 class officers; President Barry Bucklin, Vice-Presi- dent Renee Vita, Secretary Diane La- Verghetta, and Treasurer Susan Davis . . . " On The Road " was fea- tured at our successful dance, " Anti- cipation " . . . " Can ' t Find The Time " . . . junior prom at Blue Hills Country Club . . . Barbara Ralston was chosen as queen and her court included Bon- nie Corbett, Doddy DiStefano, Terry Jardin, Tricia Gaffney, Laurie Ran- dall, and Margie Wyndham . . . Scus- set Beach the next day . . . " Spirit of 76 " class rings, pancakes, and franks, only this time with fries . . . hockey team in the tourney . . . rainy day at Jug End, the long bus ride, bikes without brakes, and boats that leaked! . . . PSAT ' S and then SAT ' s and oh, the decisions . . . (Photo: Marlene Solito) In 1973 Polvine -74, the major n, and Marcia ity of the Photography Club consisted of Sophomores. They are Susan Ruggerio, Marlene Solito, Lisa Romanuck C 3 CO ' I think I ' ll pass on seconds! " " On the count of three, soap it to ' em! ' Moving up . . . two down, two to go . . . " We ' re Half Way There " . . . Car Wash . . . Frank Fry Supper . . . Class officers: Barry Bucklin, Renee Vita, Barbara Ralston, and Susan Davis . . . Basketball tourney at Boston Garden Drill Team for 1973. Members of the Class of 76 are Mary DePina, Mary Ellen Keen, Carole Toomey, Kathy Toomey, Terri Chelfi, Grace Sacramona, Diane Forte, Andrea Bedard, Diane Gelly, Debbie Dugan, and Virginia Gooley 18 Freshmen Class Executive Board: " We ' ve got spirit! ' Class Officers: Renee Vita, vice-president; Barbara Ralston, secretary; Dodie DiStefano, treasurer; Kevin Laurie, president; Mr. Cidado, class advisor FROSH . . . Elevator passes . . H-hours . . Mr. Cid. - Rookie of the year . . . " Have you bean frank with me? " " Knight Times For You " . . . " We are the freshmen girls ' 19 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES (clockwise, from upper left) Barry Bucklin: friendliest, most popular John Carabatsos: most talkative Pam Conti: most artistic Bill Coughlin: most likely to succeed Nancy Freeman: most flirtatious Arlene Galanis: most mischievous Jim Harding: best musician Steve Hunkeler: most gullible Gregg Jackman: most flirtatious Scott Jardin: best actor John Kane: most mischievous Tricia Kelleher: most popular, friendliest i i .... " y SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Kevin Laurie: most typical senior Maureen Lynch: best musician Elaine Maher: most talkative Robby Mclnnis: cutest Laura Noren: best actress Annette Pascarelli: best looking John Peterson: best looking Mary Roche: most happy-go-lucky Debbie Russell: most athletic Eileen Sperandio: best humorist Debbie Uniacke: cutest Chuck Vuytowecz: most athletic (Other Superlatives on Page 123) FRANCIS |. AMBRAMOWICZ Kranny . . . " Made in USA heh! " pet peeve: super school heroes . . . Always remembers Quinn with Tricia, long phone calls . . . Beach after Jr. Prom, Stuck in the rowboat . . . to go to Art School VALERIE ADDISON Val . . . emotional . . . " turkey " . . . wishes to change 9 7 75 . . . Aerosmith . . . camaro, memories of Sharon . . . " Feelings " CAROL |. AHERN emotional . . . treasures summers in Falmouth with Debbie . . . " The Fifties " . . . Bros. 4 ... Big Red . . . 8 23 74 . . . twice at the box . . . Friday nights . . . stuck in a rowboat . . . 7 4 75 . . . " Surfin U.S.A. " . . . Beach Boy ' s Concerts ..Ma . . . to be happy KATHI ANN ALLEN Kit Kat . . . friendly, kooky, weird . . . pet peeve:unfriendly people . . . " Oh my God " . . . " Feelings " . . . would like to change 12 4 74, 1 26 75, 4 29 75 ... found in E205 ... memories of table hopping ... to be an accountant MANUEL M. ALMEIDA Many . . . talkative, friendly, crazy . . . C-hour commons with Mary ... to be a photographer and own a Pantera . . . blondes, mustangs, and cameras . . . " Eagles " . . . " One of These Nights " CARLA MARIE AMBROSE sensitive, happy . . . " The Gang " . . . dances . . . physics class . . . " Summer of ' 75 " . . . Scusset Beach in the rain . . . 4 18 74 . . . Driver Ed with Mr. Santoro . . . " If it weren ' t for friends, the world would be a lonely place " STEPHANIE L. ANASTAS Stef . . . black . . . stubborn, impatient, determined . . . hot- lips . . . " eeei with a smile " . . . peejay bliss, Camaro Dorchester episode, 4 torn leaves . . . pet peeve: 2 tigers . . . 8:45 . . . Cindy ' s scented yellow bowl . . . Stairway to Heaven FRANCIS ABRAMOWICZ VALERIE ADDISON CAROL AHERN KATHI ANN ALLEN MANUEL ALMEIDA JOHN AMARU STEPHANIE ANASTAS 22 PHYLLIS R. ANDERSON Robin . . . sensitive, active ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . pet peeve: friends who aren ' t ... to go to college, to be happy and successful . . . 10 4 75 . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . " Feelings " . . . treasures her family and friends. RAYMOND P. ANDERSON Ray . . . talented, crazy . . . memories: Mr. A. McCarthy . . . Mr. LeGrow, Mrs. Reidy ' s A-hour general business class . . . " How Can You Mend a Broken Heart? " . . . aspires to be a concert pianist and organist ANN ANTINARELLI Meatball, Banana Brains . . . pet peeve: Jocks . . . small whannajamma . . . travel . . . " Get Crazy Tonight " EILEEN J. APPEL " Apple " . . . memories of D and G hour commons . . . |ohn Lennon, " Imagine " . . . Polly . . . regrets a grape drink at a drive-in . . . hopes to become a medical secretary, to travel and be happy IRENE M. ATKINSON Renie . . . quiet . . . found working at Bickfords . . . " Who ' s absent today? " . . . Acky . . . pet peeve: Canton Lanes . . . 1 4 74 . . . counting minutes in geometry, B-hour commons junior year . . . white chocolate MONICA A. AZEVEDO Bubbles . . . happy-go-lucky, friendly, talkative ... to become an airline stewardess . . . " Oh my God " . . . Saturday and Sunday nite dances . . . Boston and State Drama Festivals ... to receive half a dozen red roses ... on stage PAUL E. BAKER |R. Dakes . . . short, accident prone . . . memories: shop with Mr. Finn . . . pet peeve: boring teachers . . . " Train Keep A- Rollin " . . . plans to be successful SKr CLUB DANIEL P. BANIS Dan . . . remembers the patio before school . . . Black Sabbath . . . " You get nothing for your efforts! " . . . pet peeve: school . . . future plans: to go to college STUART ). BARER Flash . . . " They can because they think they can " . . . pet peeve: closed minds . . . will always remember the high jump, the " Dippy " . . . goal: to enjoy life LINDA M. BARRY Linda . . . cute, gullible, shy . . . " huh? " . . . pet peeve: sarcastic people ... to work with children . . . once at the box, Friday nights . . . " Let ' s Pretend " BROOKS S. BARTLETT friendly, outgoing . . . plans to study Marine biology, be happy and free . . . pet peeve: cramming the last week in the term . . . will always remember |ug End bus ride IUDY A. BASS JAB . . . pickle on the caf floor . . . F. Scott Fitz . . . " You ' re kidding! " . . . pet peeve: ego trippers . . . would like to become a journalist, make people aware, abolish injustice . . . would like to thank SHS for a wonderful time GEORGE A. BATTE Geo . . . Whale . . . friendly, outgoing . . . pet peeve: 11 2 75 ... Varsity football, peaches, Cid ' s class in 73-74, Ben 1, Fish and Game . . . Wish Seniors had more privileges. IEANNE C. BEATON Eddy . . . happy, easygoing . . . pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t . . . The Way We Were ANDREA M. BEDARD Andie . . . friendly, crazy, happy . . . Stu C, Majorettes . . . " Spirit of 76 " . . . 11 9 74, skiing . . . football games . . . Jr. Prom . . . parties . . . arbee ... to be an x-ray Technician DANIEL BANIS STUART BARER LINDA BARRY BROOKS BARTLETT IUDITH BASS GEORGE BATTE JEANNE BEATON ■ N DRE A M BEDARD 24 1 MARK BENSON quiet . . . wants to go to college and move up north . . . " The Doors " , L.A. Woman FYLLIS S. BERG Fyl, JaBe, . . . Boomer! Ard, Shell, Sue . . . codenames . . . Sharon . . . fearless . . " It weren ' t me! " . . . Maplewood summers ... " I wanna be . The Gang . . . Thanks Mom and Dad . . . college STEPHEN G. BESOZZI Steve . . . found on Fourth Street . . . Montrose . . . " Dazed and confused " ... To be wealthy ANGELA L. BETTENCOURT Angie . . . determined, amiable, sincere . . . " Oh no! " pet peeve: Confusing my name . . . " Feelings " . . . wishes people to accept each other as they are and not try to change them . . . school is very confused ... to be a foreign language teacher EDWARD R. BEZARRO Ed . . . erratic, sincere, on the go ... to be a doctor . . . Summer 75 with Moe . . . baseball, soccer-never scored . . . the hill, the shoemaker . . . olives . . . Chicago . . . pet peeve, injuries . . . 8 27 75 . . . Spam TERRI BISHOP laughing, short but tall, moody ... a certain phone call . . . Provincetown-the beach . . . pet peeve: saying good-bye, writing letters . . . 7 14 74 . . . donuts at 3 . . . " Sunshine " ... to be happy NANCY BLOOD laughing, moody, crazy . . . " strange but true " ... to go to art school . . . remembers humanity field trips and crispy cortters ITSA5TAP SPAWQLEDY EaQ_ F MARK BENSON FYLLIS BERG STEPHEN BESOZZI ANGELA BETTENCOURT EDWARD BEZARRO ION BICHEKAS TERRI BISHOP NANCY BLOOD 25 PATRICIA BOWKER WILLIAM BRILL IOHN THOMAS CARABATSOS Carrot . . . talkative, friendly, energetic . . . " early and often " , to go to college . . . Stu C with Tony Baby, Tournament of Plays, X-country and frolicsome workouts, Derby ' s warf, 9 20 75 . . . swing riding on the Port of Hyannis, " April in Paris " ROBERT G. CARR Bob . . . easygoing, gullible . . . " You know " . . . pet peeve: Big M . . . wishes to go to sign school; be successful . . . memories: senior parties, hockey with Bill Bob . . . found in ludge . . . Aerosmith Pandora ' s Box DEBRA L. CARRIUOLO Debbie . . . happy, outgoing . . . pet peeve: two faced people ... to be happily married . . . " Mandy " , Aerosmith . . . 11 15 74 . . . always found with David G. Anderson CYNTHIA L. CASANO Cindy . . . moody, friendly, impatient . . . " No seriously " . . . pet peeve: waiting . . . treasures family and Nana, freshman year . . . Ed ' s class . . . Dorchester Episode ... 11 years, Lisa . . . light green . . . Ohio Players MARGUERITE CHRISTOPHER Pickle . . . outgoing, gullible . . to find that dream . . . pet peeve: growing up . . . Canton High Prom ' 73 . . . Montreal, Lucille ... to see an old friend ... to fully love and trust someone . . . " Poems, Prayers, Promises " . . . Mr. Dawe ... to go to college CAROLYN CANAVAN JOHN CARABATSOS ROBERT CARR DEBRA CARRIUOLO CYNTHIA CASANO CHARLES CASH MARGUERITE CHRISTOPHER 27 CHRISTOPHER CIAMPA Chris, Champ . . . quiet, moody, intense . . . pet peeve: short people . . . remembers hockey bus rides . . . " ecaf ym no tis " . . . James Taylor, " You Got a Friend " ... to become a cop, get a van SILVANA CIMILDORO Sil ... weird, crazy . . . " cut it out " . . . pet peeve: conceited people . . . remembers: snack bar. Commons Eagles . . . " One of These Nights " ... to get a good job LINDA S. CLARK Clarky . . . moody, sensitive . . . 8:45 . . . BaBado . . . yellow . . . remembers chicken pox at Jr. Prom . . . " Forget it! " . . . " Lady Blue " . . . pet peeve: friends who aren ' t . . . treasures family and friends ... to go to college ROBERT CLARK Bob . . . " Hey what ' s happening? " . . . pet peeve: phoney people ... to be a mechanic . . . Led Zeppelin PHILIP A. CLOUGH Phil . . . quiet, shy, athletic . . . pet peeve: English with Mrs. Harrington ... to go to college . . . football, Jr. Prom, 18 toss sweep pass 10 11 75 . . . Chicago, " Wishing You Were Here " KEVIN M. COEN Kev . . . funny, easygoing . . . " got no fatigue " . . . freshmen football . . . pet peeve: hypocrites . . . wishes for people to stay happy . . . " Your Song " ... go to college . . . make a lot of money SUZANN M. COGRAN Sue . . . moody, friendly, always smiling . . . " Dynamite " . . . pet peeve: people who try to be things that they aren ' t . . . Mr. Ed ' s class, red truck, Mildred, " My Darling Be Home Soon " , John Sebastian ... to go to Canada and live on a farm CHRISTOPHER CIAMPA SILVANA CIMILDORO ■ I KIM CLARK LINDA CLARK ROBERT CLARK PHILIP CLOUGH SUZANN COGRAN 28 PAMELA A. CONTI Pam . . . easygoing, friendly, short . . . pet peeve: getting up in morning . . . two $50 dresses . . . Summer ' 75 ... California Girls . . . 8 14 75, 1 4 75 . . . talks with Moe . . . Saturday mornings in Boston . . . " Wishing You Were Here " BONNIE |. CORBETT sensitive, gullible . . . parties at Pat ' s 4 20 74 . . . Summer ' 74 and ' 75 ... beaches . . . Deb ' s 5 curbs ... pet peeve: waiting . . . treasures family, friends . . . Junior Prom . . . " Best of Bread " DEBORAH L. COSTA Debbie ... moody, impatient ... " Get outta here " ... Found out lookin ' with Karen . . . memories of B-street with Kathy, |r. Prom . . . pet peeve: backstabbers, nothin to do ... to be happy BERNADETTE COSTANZO Berni . . . gullible . . . " Never again " . . . Friday nights, and once at the box . . . plans to travel ... to be a legal secretary and to be rich CYNTHIA COSTELLO Cindy . . . talkative, sensitive, active . . . found with Terry . . . " Someone Saved My Life Tonight " . . . pet peeve: diets . . . leaves Mrs. Reidy with her proofreading errors ... to be a legal secretary DM OF THE G WE WILLIAM F. COUGHLIN Saturday morning football games . . . Soul Step Atwell Sat ' s . M I T. Science Fair . . Mr. Woodruff ' s half- nelson . . . orange tennis balls ... 4 good years at SHS MARY |. COULTER Mare . . . c razy, rowdie, fickle . freckles . . . " I ' ll bet you did ... bagboy cologne ... " You sickle " ... " do a little steno, have a little wine - ' . . . arbee . our pool to be a sec retary IUDITH A COWGILL |udy ... sensitive, lazy, errat ic ... blue ... pet peeve: " Cloud 9 " . . . memories. Friday nights, twice at the box, rowboat . treasures list and my family . . . " Your Song " . . . 1 MlllS ... to go to school ... to be happy ELIZABETH M. COX Liz . . . friendly, ticklish, red . . . " do you wanna dance " . . . blue eyes . majorettes, " Laughter in the Rain " . teddy . . good times with the gang . football games to make others happy KATHLEEN ANN CUMMINGS Kathy ... sensitive, silly, oplamistic ... " Thats yicky " found with Trank 1 19 74 . . . sailing in Sharon . " Silent Night " . . . Drive Ins, Chem II with Mr. Naissise . to help people find happiness . . For Bobby, For Baby ... to go to college and enjoy life MICHAEL CUMMINGS Mike . . . quiet . . . " Beance McMann " . . pet peeves: school ... wants to make a bundle, go to Hawaii ... remembers Summer of 7S, Miles Standish MICHAEL G. CURRY Mike . qQiel ... Ski Club . . . pet peeve: high school dances . . . C-Hour Commons ... to be a pilot CAROLYN I. CURTIS Smiles . . . " The best way to know God is to love many things " . . . sincere friends, acceptance, laughter, rainbows . . . rowdy on D2nd with loan . . lunior year, peanuts, ducks . . . Chatham books ■ WILLIAM COUGHLIN MARY COULTER JUDY COWGILL ELIZABETH COX KATHLEEN CUMMINGS MICHAEL CUMMINGS MICHAEL CURRY CAROLYN CURTIS 30 FERNANDO DASILVA IACQUELYN DAVIS SUSAN DAVIS NANCY DEANE STEVEN DeCOSTA DENISE DeCREGORIO DEBORA DeMELLO MARY dePINA FERNANDO M. DASILVA " parly " ... to join the Navy . remembers socc er . . . Aerosmith Wishes for peace to be successful . . lAOQUELYN DAVIS Jackie . . . friendly, quite helpful . . . 7 17 74 . . . pet peeve: being (ailed short . . . remembers chorus with Mr. LeGrow ... to help people starving in other c ountries ... to go into nursing SUSAN M. DAVIS Susie 0 sensitive, happy . . . " Hey you guys " . . . " Yeah BaBaOo " ... 76 ' s ... Mike 2 1 75 stay mine. Forest Hill pigeons, P| bliss, lislat, lelix, greenbacks in DKM, lalmouth, The Big Meff STEVEN M. DeCOSTA pet peeve, school lunches . . . planning on getting married ... treasures memories of Lynn, Sketti Supper ... " Heatwave " DENISE DeCREGORIO happy, confused, sure work for the airlines . . classes, Robin Trower Year ' s Eve ' 74, ' 75 . . pet peeve: Ford Falcon ... to remembers Mr. Cormier ' s history . . found with Wayne . . . New DEBORA DeMELLO Deb . . . found at the hot house . . . happy, friendly, loud . . . " Pig " . . . pet peeve: two faced people . . . hopes to go cross country . . . Mr. Ed ' s class, Red Truck . . . Robin Trowler MARY DARLENE dePINA Brown Sugar . . . friendly, talkative, sensitive . . . " ya sure " ... smile somelH)dy loves you-... wants to go into accounting . . . memories: drill team, Sats, CYO, Mr. Christanson, 4 20-25 75 in Canada, Mr. Scott . . . found in E building KEVIN DEVINE friendly, talkative . . . pet peeve: Fords . . . wants to go to college, become a mechanic . . . memories: field trip to Salem, Mt. Manadenock . . . favorite group: Led Zeppelin MARY F. DICGS " Lunch " . . . athletic, talkative, outgoing . . . " Ain ' t nothing to it, but to do it ' - ' . . . " For the love of you " . . . Isley Brothers, basketball and track season . . . remembers the summer ... to become a child psychologist MALCOLM DILLMAN Mai . . . spend too much money . . . waking up in the morning . . . the Navy . . . win the Lottery . . . pet peeve: insurance rates for cars . . . Beatles . . . It ' s a good school, but I am glad to leave DONNA MARIE DiPOLI dippo . . . talkative, independent, serious . . . pet peeve: getting up . . . treasures all friends . . . memories: football, basketball games . . . art, psych . . . 3 22 75 . . . State festival . . . the FUJI ... to go to college ANTHONY |. DiSTEFANO Tony . . . lazy, italian, easygoing . . . " Ya sure I believe ya " . . . 9 29 73 . . . pet peeve: being told what to do ... to have good times and accomplish something DORINDA C. DiSTEFANO Doddy . . . delirious, lazy, italian . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . pet peeve: getting the gags, )ethro . . . Parteeee! . . . 4 19 73 . . . psych with Mr. Durr ... an all nighter at Kris ' s with Paul ' s ponytail ... be happy EILEEN L. DOHERTY Eileen . . . found with Pete . . . always treasure long talks with best buddy ... 11 18 72 and 3 8 74 ... four torn leaves . . . quarter to nine, Oat ' s 73 . . . " Nights In White Satin " , " Color My World " ... to be happy in life MARK DePINHO KEVIN DEVINE I MARY DICGS MALCOLM DILLMAN DONNA DiPOLI ANTHONY DISTEFANO DORINDA DISTEFANO EILEEN DOHERTY 32 MARK W. DOLLOFF friendly, happy-go-lucky . . . " I ' m impressed " ... pet peeves: liars, people with big mouths ... to be an architect . . . remembers cheating in chemistry, Mr. Barac ' s dirty desks, cruising in the truck DENISE DONOVAN Denny . . . sensitive, friendly . . . crazy sophomore year . . . Eileen, quarter of nine, Kevin ' s carriage . . . missing the green Torino . . . 8 12 74 . . . found always and hopefully forever with Paul MICHAEL S. DOSTOOMIAN Dusty . . . talkative, stubborn, friendly . . . a.m. parties . . . 3 2 73 . . . Feb. basketball game . . . Gas . . . Homecoming game . Thanksgiving games . . . Wrestling ... to be an engineer IEANNETTE M. DOYLE laughing . . . " actions speak louder than words " . . . memories: cheering, gymnastics, egg wogg, going out to eat, Proms ' 75, snob, hot tomatoes . . . wishes: to meet new people, make new friends, go to college DENNIS P. DRISCOLL " Where ' s the party? " . . . Memories: Fishing at Old Harbor, Driscoll Auto, Walt, Marshfield with Gary ... No memories of the Palace ... to win the lottery DIANE L. DRISCOLL Dee Dee . . . sensitive, always moving . . . 6 7 75 , 7 3 74, " cute " , brown eyes, a beer cap, dinner with |im, Levis . . . pet peeve: pushy bulls . . . popping ignition in Mansfield, salad anyone, talks with a future cop . . . " Found Someone of My Own " ... to live with Cookie MICHAEL G. DRISCOLL Mike . . . athletic, friendly, rowdy . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . pet peeve: the fire . . . memories: the Palace, tomato patch, baseball, football with J.C. Co. ... found at Gibbons or Fish and Game . . . Chicago deborafTann DUGAN Debbie . . . friendly, always laughing, crazy . . . " Gross! " . . . pet peeve: two faced people ... to travel forever CRYSTAL M. DuPONT memories of D G hour commons . . . Lincoln Park ... Jr. Class Trip . . . gulp, gulp! . . . " Take a Free Ride " . . . Polly . . . " Feelings " . . . pet peeve: people who give up to easily ... to be happy DIANE M. DWINELL Diane . . . friendly, sensitive, happy . . . " Yeh, right " . . . blue . . . Aerosmith, 10 7 74 . . . " Out to Lunch " , " Breakdown " . . . pet peeve: knuckle cracking . . . Chem I and guidance . . . found with Lynda . . . Always be happy in " Life " ION EASTMAN Ion . . . pet peeve: checks that bounce . . . wishes to make a lot of money, be rich, to have an endless summer . . . remembers wrestling team . . . Led Zeppelin and the Beatles FRANCIS A. ELMS Fran . . . easygoing . . . " I ' m only kidding " . . . pet peeve: slow drivers and stop signs . . . Freshman football . . . Beatles . . . glad it ' s behind me ... to become independently wealthy, own a restaurant ... to be the Six Million Dollar Man EARL EWING Earl . . . " You going to the courtyard? " . . . Black Sabbath, " Iron man " . . . courtyard ... to cook, make lots of money, and be successful DONNA M. FALLON Lucille . . . gullible, burnt, insane . . . treasures the ocean and her best friend . . . ESP with someone special . . . Escapades with Marg .... Found at Glen Echo or in Brant Rock . . . green . . . " Cowgirl in the Sand " ... to make someone happy CRYSTAL DuPONT DIANE DWINELL JON EASTMAN FRANCIS ELMS EARL EWING DONNA FALLON DAVID FAVRET DEBORAH FEENEY 34 I i AMY FEINCOLD ANTHONY FERNANDES JOANN FIGUEIREDO DANIEL FINN MICHAEL FISCHER KENNETH FITZPATRICK MAUREEN FOLEY THOMAS FOLEY DEBORAH FEENEY Debbi . . . sensitive, rowdy, smiling . . . " You ' ve got problems " . . . memories: fuzzies, D-hour commons, butterflies, communes, Summer of 75 . . . lames Taylor . . . to work with children AMY B. FEINGOLD Ziggy . . . crazy, talkative, audacious . . . " Get me out of this place " . . . D-hour commons |r. and Sr. yrs ... the crazy nights spent in Roslindale and Wareham . . . always getting in trouble with Sue ANTHONY R. FERNANDES Tony . . . quiet, friendly . . . pet peeve: working on Saturday nights . . . remembers field trip to Salem with Mrs. Gudjonson ... to end wars and be rich ... to go to college IOANN FIGUEIREDO gullible, moody . . . " really " . . . pet peeve: two faced people . . . wishes to work with troubled people, all wars would end . . . Allman Brothers, " Will The Circle Be Unbroken ' 7 DANIEL FINN Dannie . . . talkative, dreaming, absent . . . " yes " . . . limmy ' s path with Puddly . . . Long Distance Runner . . . Mr. Berry . . . found with John at 8:30, hub . . . Stubbie ... fly . . . pet peeve: warm beer MICHAEL ). FISCHER Fish . . . quiet . . . " Burnt, Tsssss " . . . Doing nothing to enjoy life . . . peace, college . . . the " Dippy " . . . Aerosmith, " Sweet Emotion " KENNETH |. FITZPATRICK Fitz . . . " No Problem " . . . pet peeve: David Cachopa . . . college ... to become a golf pro . . . Aerosmith MAUREEN T. FOLEY Little Red . . . gullible, active, unbelievably strange . . . " really " . . . pet peeve: looking three years younger ... to get out of Stoughton, head for Hyannis . . . money that grows ... I love that Mr. Ed. ™ l « » 35 DIANE FORTE Deetsie, Wadda . . . Memories of Carver, Summer of ' 70 . . . " Feelings " , " Games People Play " . . . pet peeve: unhappy people PAUL W. FRAZIER ambitious, humorous, quiet ... 12 13 73 ... found with Susan . . . " Dream On " , Aerosmith . . . Junior Prom . . . memories of two happy years ... to find happiness with her NANCY E. FREEMAN Nance . . . blue . . . stubborn, flirtatious, smiling, talkative . . . " See ya later, " . . . " Yo! " . . . pet peeve: snobs, late sessions . . . treasures family . . . change Jr. year . . . memories: 300 get together, Marshfield, Batmobile, walkout prom . . . hairdressing ... to marry and have children |OHN F. FULLERTON )ohn . . . smiling, happy-go-lucky . . . " I ' m proud of you " . . . pet peeve: two faced jocks ... to have a good time . . . wishes there were no cliques . . . The Palace, Mrs. Weddleton and Barney . . . Aerosmith PATRICIA L. GAFFNEY Tricia, Pat . . . happy, crazy . . . " What huh? " . . . pet peeve: thunder and lightning . . . to be a hairdresser, happily married ... Junior Prom, 11 30 ... " A Very Special Love Song " . . . found with Fran, Memories of the V.W. ARLENE C. GALANIS Arl ... sensitive, aggressive . . . treasures my ring ... Jr. Prom and Billy . . . memories: Haffs, Champagne Flights, Remainer Container, 2 1 75, all niters parting and Barb, Linda . . . " Best of My Love " . . . " Ba Ba Do! ... " " Wanna Skip? " ... to be happy and keep my man ANTHONY FONTANEZ DIANE FORTE PAUL FRAZIER ALAN FORSYTH RONALD FRANK NANCY FREEMAN JOHN FULLERTON PATRICIA GAFFNEY 36 ELAINE MARIE GALLAGHER moody, mischievous . . . pet peeve: getting up in the morning . . . remembers: mailboxes with the witch ... to live on a farm in Vermont with a certain person ... to stay happy JANET E. GALLAGHER friendly, gullible, sensitive . . . Friendly ' s ... Sr. Prom 75 . . . beach . . . " hot tomatoes? " . . . pet peeve: saying good bye . . . flash light ... 3 hoods . . . laughing . . . fislat . . . early hours . . . 5 1 75 . . . college, travel CHERYL ANN GARGIULO Yo-Yo . . . confused, stubborn, sarcastic . . . pet peeve: sad memories . . . " Get Back " . . . " Watching Scotty Grow " . . . 10 18 75 . . . Mr. Fanning ' s the best ... to see W. Virginia with Bobby and to make my parents proud SUSAN GASKILL Sue . . . happy, aggressive . . . pet peeve: two-faced people . . . remembers commons . . . Bread ... to be a secretary . . . to be married DENISE E. GAUDET Neesey . . . friendly, sensitive, gullible . . . " What a jerk! " . . . pet peeve: waiting . . . found with Vinny . . . remembers 11 21 73, freshman dance, Jr. Prom, football games, Sketti Supper . . . Mr. Downs Class GORDON W. GAY Gordie . . . noisy, talkative . . . " What ' s happenin ' ? " . . . pet peeve: foreign languages . . . wishes for world brotherhood . . . remembers: marching band, E hr. studies ... to become a music teacher DIANE E. GELLY Di ... always late . . . Majorettes, Saturday morning practices, Soul Step ... " 17 " ... Room 41 ... getting rowdy at Friendly ' s . . . " Shhh! " . . . parties with the gang . . . Arbee . . . " Make Me Smile " I TERRI L. GHELFI friendly, gullible, sentimental . . . Arco station . . . Lnicago, Beach Boys . . . Levi ' s . . . salad at 3 in the morning . . . treasures the 8 ball . . . Algebra with Woody . . . Mac ' s fence ELAINE M. CIBLIN gullible, sensitive . . . " You jerk " . . . pet peeve: bugs . . . The Eagles, " Peaceful Easy Feelin ' . found in Pinecresl ... to go on to school DOREEN M. GILES short, crazy, stubborn . . . orange . . . pet peeves: jocks, phoneys . . . remembers: E hr. lunches, eating Chinese food with Robin . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . Aerosmith ... to live a life worth living JOANNE M. GIORDANO |o . . . creative, sensitive, unobtrusive ... " I forgot " . . piggy messy . . . Fuji Box . . . pet peeve: seed people . . . memories of E205 gang . . . psych . . . festivals . . . plays . . . parties . . . Town Spa . . . field trips ROBIN A. GODFREY quiet, sensitive . . . " You didn ' t have to be so nice " . . . " Why? " . . . pet peeve: History with Charley . . . gym with Mr. Z, D hour commons . . . Chinese food with Doreen . . . to be happy JOANNE GONSALVES Jo . . . active, outgoing . . . " What do you mean? " . . found with Ernie . . . will treasure High School diploma . . . Mr, LeGrow, " please! " . . . Mrs. Richmond, " It came out wrong " ... to be married 7 3 76 MARCI BETH GOODMAN Marcel . . . silly, talkative, friendly . . . " Who cares? " . . . remembers: 4 11 74, BPM party, Chicago concert, 4 19 74, 5 17 75, Aug. 1-3, the project, chorus, and Route ' 76 ... Colour My World . . to go to business school VIRGINIA ANN GOOLEY Ginger . . . sensitive, friendly . . . really? ... to go to college and be happy . . . " treasures the eight ball " and her family . . majorettes . . . Junior Prom . . . class trip . . dances at " X " . . . Ar-bee . . . friends TERRI GHELFI ELAINE GIBLIN JOANNE GIORDANO ROBIN GODFREY JOANNE GONSALVES MARCI GOODMAN VIRGINIA ANN GOOLEY 38 SANDRA GOULSTON JOANNE GREEN LAUREN GREEN REBECCA GREEN ANNE HAHN WANDA HAMM if SUSAN HANKO JAMES HARDING Sandi ..... delirious, lazy ... " Wanna shotgun ' " ... pet peeve: SHS . . . skydivin ' . . . summers at the mound . . . 8:45 . . . D and E hours ... to see Paul ' s ponytails . . . 6 23 75, 10 26 75 . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young JOANNE B. GREEN JoAnne . . . moody . . . pet peeve: friends who are not . . . D-hour commons Jr. and Sr. years . . . to be free and happy . . . " Miracles " by Jefferson Starship ... to be a legal secretary LAUREN T. GREEN ' Lauren ... " Can ' t we go to commons? " ... pet peeve: " The Clique " . . Geno ' s girl . . . 10 19 72, Colour My World . . . Maid of Honor . . . Sugar fights and screaming in the cafe . . . Green beans ... to go to college REBECCA L. GREEN Becky ... quiet, moody, sensitive ... 7 15 72, Allman Brothers . . . " Will the Circle Be Unbroken " , ' 34 Coupe, Aerosmith 8 30 74, " Out to Lunch " ... pet peeve: two- faced people . . . Home Ec I and II in B206 ANNE E. HAHN quiet, friendly . . " I don ' t know " . . . pel peeve: turning red ... to go to college . . . Summer of 73, weekend at Maine, D hour commons, " 65 " . . . " Yesterday " WANDA HAMM Bone . . . athletic, talkative, clumsy . . . " ignorant folks, aren ' t ya " . . . " Messin with My Mind " . . . pet peeve: folks who swear they ' re bad . . . wishes lor peace in the city ... to be successful, wealthy, and a lawyer SUSAN E. HANKO Sue . . . crazy, easygoing, talkative . . . " C ' mon! " . . . pet peeve: snobby people . . . memories of eating out E hours . . . found with Peter ... " I Can See Clearly Now " . . . wishes for peace and happiness ... to travel, become a secretary, get married, and be happy JAMES A. HARDING limmy . . . quiet . . . " You tool " . . . pet peeve: Music . . . college ... to be successful in lite . . Mr. Chamberlain, Dandy Don and Unc le Ron I ■ 39 ELIZABETH HARKINS Betty . . mouth, moody, weird . . . " Oh Well! " . . . pet peeve: liars and cliques . . . beautician . . . happy family career . . . found with Mary, Mel, Laura . . . " Diamond Eyes " PRISCILLA M. HAYWARD Cilia . . . " What? " . . . pet peeve: Chimpy characters ... to be a nurse . . . snack bar . . . Moody Blues LYNN T. HERATY sensitive, gullible . . . " really? " . . . 10 25 75 popping the ignition in Mansfield, cruising, Arco station, salad anyone? . . . pet peeve: momin! . . . " Cherish " ... to be happy MELODY L. HENKEL Mel . . . sensitive, artistic . . . " Let ' s go get a drink " . . . pet peeves: TeeHee, selfish people . . . found with |o, Betty, Laura, Donna and the pest . . . " Nothing Good Comes Easy " . . . DONNA M. HIXON crazy, outgoing, moody ... pet peeve: going to school . . . Aerosmith ... to be a secretary FREDERICK E. HOLMES Fred . . . " Oh Wow! " . . . friendly, sensitive . . . " Don ' t ask me! " . . . pet peeve: school . . . volkswagon . . . Drive in, the park . . . Falstaff . . . Aerosmith . . ..The Heat DONNA HIXON KATHERINE ANN HOLMES Kathy . . . friendly, sensitive, outgoing . . . treasures the eight ball . . . once at the press box, cheering, elevator rides, friends . . . pet peeve: snobs ... to become a nurse and be happy IANE M. HOMER gullible, moody . . . " What? " . . . pet peeves: bosses, white volkswagons, elevators . . . travels with Perky . . . Miller Bros. Restaurant . . . remembers freshman year ... to be a secretary VIRGINIA M. HOMER Gini . . . (pres.) . . . " What can I say? " . . . pet peeve: insincerity . . . wishes for world peace . . . memories of chorus with Mr. LeGrow, 9 4 75 . . . " Thanks to a very special person " BARBARA R. HOPKINS " Bunny " . . . friendly, crazy, short . . . can usually be found eating or sleeping . . . Divine Right ' s trip . . . noisy platform shoes . . . gymnastics and baby powder fights . . . " Hey Wow " ... to go to California and become famous KENNETH M. HORN Horny . . . Ken . . . can be found in B105 . . . football . . . the Woody Warriors . . . Horn ' s Hole . . . the shed . . . " It ' s a beauty " . . . Like to forget Frau Cacchiotti ' s German class and Mrs. Doherty ' s English JEFFREY D. HOWARD Jeff . . . can be found hunting, fishing, or anywhere in the great outdoors . . . plays hockey, basketball, baseball . . . Remembers: shop, English, and German ... to move to Maine DENISE A. HUDSON ticklish, sensitive, moody . . . " Remember when " . . . pet peeve: paying room and board . . . wishes for world peace . . . " Fire " . . . the corner . . . 2 21 75 . . . parties ... a very special someone FRED HOLMES KATHY HOLMES JANE HOMER VIRGINIA M. HOMER BARBARA HOPKINS KENNETH HORN JEFF HOWARD DENISE HUDSON 41 LAWRENCE M. HUDSON Larry . . . quiet, found around . . . " What ' s happening? " . . . pet peeve: Jocks . . . Ziggy . . . Kawasakis ... to own a Harley Davidson Chopper . . . remembers Rick ' s party, Mr. Ed ' s work study, 10 21 75 JANE M. HUGHES moody, sensitive, quiet . . . " Let ' s go out for a cigarette " . . . pet peeve:getting lost . . . found working or with friends . . . 10 18 75, sophomore year, commons, skip days ... to go to college STEVEN T. HUNKELER Hunk, Malibu . . . quiet, friendly . . . Kurt Vonnegut . . . 5 25 75 ... no odd fingers . . . Walt, you go first, Mel, perduing with Barry, Tiny, and Rob GENE R. ILACQUA carefree . . . " We ' re out of here " . . . pet peeves: locks, police, Kojak . . . wishes to party, travel, go to school, enjoy life, legalize pot . . . memories: D-hour . . . Jeff Beck ROBERT E. IVALDI Robbie . . . loves beach, summer . . . unpredictable, friendly . . . under 10, 23, over 20 . . . 3 14 75, 3 2 73 ... In Rogue with buddy . . . " What ' s Gas Alkie? " . . . A.M. parties . . . pet peeve: he who thinks he is best GREGG B JACKMAN Jackson . . . active, friendly, athletic . . . " dowee " . . . " Where ' s the parties? " . . . pet peeve: losing games . . . remembers the palace, sports ... to be a baseball coach . . . stop at Costa ' s . . . Psych with Mr. Durrr ELIZABETH JACOBS Liz . . . Jasper . . . memories of D-hour commons . . . found at Mac ' s ... " I don ' t know " ... 6 15 75 ... pet peeve: being late ... to become a secretary LAWRENCE HUDSON JANE HUGHES STEVEN HUNKELER GENE ILACQUA ROBERT IVALDI GREGG JACKMAN ELIZABETH JACOBS ELLEN JACOBS 42 1 ELLEN IACOBS Ellie . . . moody, sensitive, funny . . . " like, ah, hey! " . . . the Junior Prom . . . " Games People Play " . . . pet peeve: people who aren ' t trustful . . . wishes that money wasn ' t that important ... to be myself, live my own life and become a cartoonist W. SCOTT IARDIN Scott . . . suave, concerned . . . the " fall " of ' 64 ... pet peeve: " butterflies " before a performance . . . memories of tennis, stagehand . . . laughing hysterically ... to be successful THERESA M. JARDIN Teri . . . happy, talkative . . . " You ' re kidding me " . . . Junior Prom . . . pet peeve: rainy days . . . " Beginnings " by Chicago ... to be happily married, and become a hairdresser ERIC JARDINE Dr. ) or The Doctor . . . quiet, confident, self-assured . . . " yeah sure " . . . high school gym . . . pet peeve: losing . . . Ohio Players . . . wishes for honest political officers ... to to be a computer operator ... " I made it " MARK JOHNSON Chops . . . " You see things as they are, and you ask why? Bui I dream things that never were and ask why not? " CHERYL JOHNSTON crazy, stubborn . . . memories of the sleeze family, the box, blues jam, the bench, the stash, and Maine . . . pet peeve: being bummed out . . . Cat Stevens, " Father and Son " . . . found with EarBal . . . to own a Jaguar and go across the country BRENDA L. JORDAN Brenda . . . sensitive, gullible, friendly . . . " Oh no " . . . pet peeve: people hurting people ... to change July 27, 1975 . . . 9 20 75 ... to be a nurse and to be happy JOHN T. KANE memories of football, parties . . . found with Lisa . . 4 21 73 . . . summers on the Cape . . . whipped, Dindoo ' s . . . pet peeve: pickin ' . . . " Pieces of April " ... In This Place . . . hopes to marry and stay happy KRISTINE KARAVAS Kris . . . delirious! . . . Crosby, Stills, Nash Young . . . pet peeve: signs that won ' t come off . . . 8:45 . . . " Don ' t worry about it! " . . . memories: summer, all nighters, Traveling bar, Plan A, B, etc . . . Paul ' s ponytails DIANE M. KARAVETSOS Carrot . . . rowdy, moody . . . lunches, commons, Miss Buckley, Mrs. Richmond . . . Chicago, Beach Boys . . . pet peeve: history, two faced people . . . " Shut up, who asked for your opinion? " . . . wishes for people to be honest . . . glad to be out ... to get married and go to college MARY JO KARO Mouse . . . sensitive, talkative, moody, silly . . . " Do me a favor will ya? " . . . pet peeve: ignorant people . . . Mr. I ' s math class, |r. skip day at the beach . . . " Colour My World " , Chicago ... to live a happy life with Jack ... to please my parents . . . happiness for everyone ... to thank Mom and Dad JUDITH LEE KAVANAGH |u-)u . . . " tough cookies " . . . cruisin ' in the white Tornado . . . " The Gang " . . . pet peeve: " Hi Hon " . . . Friendly ' s . . . Locker notes . . . duck call . . . rowdy ... to be a lawyer MARY ELLEN KEEN MEK . . . Summer of 75 ... Friendly ' s . . . Route ' 76 ... " Feelings " . . . Scusset in the rain . . . " The Gang " . . . Chicago Concert . . . Bread . . . Junior Prom . . . My oldest friends . . . cruisin ' in the white Tornado . . . " He Ain ' t Heavy, He ' s My Brother " . . . dances ... to go to college PATRICIA A. KELLEHER Tricia . . . friendly, gullible, talkative . . . Stu C D103, 8:45, Homecoming, " Conventions " , Cape, . " Taxi " , madeinusa, Laconia, pink sudsin ' with Diane, Newport car posh, Kell. sorry, Gas, PJ bliss . . . pet peeve: a dog, Trish Trash JOHN T. KANE KRISTINE KARAVAS DIANE KARAVETSOS MARY JO KARO ■ JUDITH LEE KAVANAGH MARY ELLEN KEEN PATRICIA KELLEHER GLADYS KELLY 44 ■ GLADYS M. KELLEY crazy, stupid . . . pet peeve: trucks ... to get married and live a long happy life . . . happiness ... to change the poor to much better . . . Mr. Bucklin ' s D-hour class . . . found with Kevin in a new red truck James f. kelly Kell . . . friendly, talkative . . . acting smart, running . . . 6 29 75 . . . French class . . . Mr. Green . . . Derbys Wharf . . . Trackies singing in the shower STEPHEN A. KELLY Kell . . . Quiet, easy going . . . memories: summer at Chatham, the hill, the bootman . . . pet peeve: double sessions . . . Sherbourne on Sundays . . . WBZ-FM . . . snowballs lor Trinity ... 13 flat ... to be successful BRIAN KING Clown, Minnow . . . sarcastic, never serious . . . memories of the Palace . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . Thanks Shrimpy . . . imitations with Dave . . . " Sorry, lost my head " . . . found with the men . . . Generation Landslide GARRETT F. KING Gary . . . lazy, sarcastic . . . 3 22 75 . . . memories of football, parties . . . Vee Marshfield with Dennis . . . the Cape, jamming with Bri . . . partying with the hut gang . . . college JOHN KING Cruz . . . active, patient . . . " See you " . . . walking up to A 4th, E-hour studies . . . B and C hour commons . . . Elton John, " Yellow Brick Road " ... to be ' come an accountant . . to make a lot of money . . . open campus at SHS MARY P. KLIM Quiet, sincere, friendly . . . remembers Pops Concert, 5-14- 73 . . . Mr. LeGrow . . . pet peeve: conceited people . . . always found with Kathy . . . singing, reading, to be a medical secretary VANESSA KLIM outgoing, delirious . . . " Hey Annie, Thanks! " . . . 8:45 . . . " Walk This Way " . . . pet peeve: the gags . . . memories: Paul ' s ponytails, Plan A, B, the allnighter, 7 29 75, parties, Blue Bomb, quadruplets . . . " Wanna Shotgun? " . . . good times at the Cape JANIS MARIE KOSINSKI Prof . . . athletic, easygoing, crazy . . . " well, anyway " . . . found at Angelo ' s . . . remembers 6 29 75 . . . Chicago . . . basketball, track, field hockey . . . Peter . . . " keep smiling " . . . summer of 75 . . . to be free DAVID KURTIS Dave . . . friendly . . . loves music, guitar . . . clean up the land . . . remembers hikes in White Mountains . . . plans to leave Roxie ' s ... to be successful and happy JACQUELINE M. LAFLAMME lackie . . . gullible, happy, crazy . . . pet peeve: being called D) . . . the diner . . . pj parties . . . Get In . . . 8:45 . . . " Paulie Wally " . . . 10 25 74 |r. Prom . . . " When Will I See You Again? " , " lackie Blue " ... to be a lab tech and be happily married DIANE L. LANDOLFI " I ' ve got the Munchies " , " Really? " . . . pet peeve: The feeling when people form opinions of others before they know them . . . remembers D-hour commons ' 74-75, and Laurie, Summer of 75 . . . Aerosmith, Chicago CATHERINE M. LANZA Cathy . . . loud, talkative, Italian . . . " little " . . . found with Marci and Kris . . . Chem I with Mr. Nassise, pumpkins, chunkies, Angelos, baby earls, birthday cakes, Phil 8 22 75 . . . pet peeve: too much makeup ... a future in science KEVIN T. LAURIE Kevin . . . athletic, friendly, outgoing . . . " Let the good times roll " ... |r. Prom ... my derby . . . the million dollar suit . . . class officers . . . Crash . . . Moon to |ug End . . . Chicago Beach Boys . . . wishes for endless summers . . . to go to U. of Tampa ... to surf DIANE LaVERGHETTA sensitive, gullible . . . junior Prom memories, 7:45 with the men, pink suds with Tricia . . . special seven . . . " Make Me Happy " . . . Marshfield with Cheryl ... my pumpkin. Winkle, Peaches ... to learn, teach, and be happy JANIS KOSINSKI DAVID KURTIS JACQUELINE LaFLAMME 75 DIANE LANDOLFI CATHERINE M. LANZA KEVIN LAURIE DIANE LaVERGHETTA 4 6 1 Jk M KRISHNA A. LECLAIRE FRANK LEDWITH DIANE LEFFAS MARCI C. LEVY STUART H. LIBER CAROL LINDELOF FREDERICK LITTLE JUSTIN LOCKE KRISTINA A. LECLAIRE Kris . . . friendly, talkative, always laughing . . . baby earls and birthday cakes . . . " Oh it ' s little " . . . Crustacean . . . Chuck ' s parties, the beach, Paragon Park ... a future in Science FRANK LEDWITH smiley, optimistic ... for gasoline to go down to 5 t a gallon ' . . . found with Kathy . . . 1 19 74 . . . Drive Ins . . . sailing in Sharon . . . junior Prom . . . Alice Cooper, Bachman Turner Overdrive DIANE LEFFAS Diane . . . smiling, talkative, gullible, Creek . . . " Really? " . . . Remembers bus ride home from |ug End, Minuteman, Alg II with Mr. Woodruff . . . " Happy Man " ... to go to college MARCI GAIL LEVY Marce . . . quiet, shy, not Italian . . . Punkirts, Angelo ' s, on the road and the storm . . . Richie, 10 13 74 . . . " It ' s little " . . . X-mas Dance ' 74 . . . found with Cori, Cathy, Kristy . . . to be a nurse STUART H. LIBER Stu . . . concerned, friendly, scientific . . . " Come on! " . . . Chem II with Mr. Nassise . . . " Horse With No Name " . . . to go to college, be successful and happy CAROL M. LINDELOF Ralph . . . sensitive, gullible, emotional . . . " Really? " . . . out to lunch, Monte Carlo, 8 17 73 . . . pet peeve: insensitive people ... to change 9 20 75 . . . Neil Diamond ... to be a nurse FREDERICK K. LITTLE F-Express . . . confident, self-assured, hellified . . . Statts and Things, escape . . . Funkadelics . . . Long life and prosperity . . . pet peeve: teachers calling me |eff 47 LINDA LORING Lin . . . " Get back " . . pet peeve: nosey people always joking around . . . Aerosmith . . . remembers Mr. Douglas ' class . . . wishes all people would get along ... to work for an airline PAUL LOUKO gullible, happy, ambitious . . . " Hey, Yah! " " I get around! " . . . memories: all nighter at Kris ' parties down the Cape, concerts, D and E hours, Spring of 75 . . . pet peeve: ponytails ... to be successful EDWARD M. LURIE Stick . . . " Burnt " . . . wishes for world peace ... pet peeve: math . . . " Yes " . . . " Starship Trooper " ... to go to college MAUREEN T. LYNCH Moe . . . outgoing . . . honest, busy . . . halftime shows, E204, talks with Pam, summer ' 75 with Ed . . . 8 14 75 pet peeve: running the 880 last, 9 27 75 Ms . . . Plans to be happy . . . career in Science VINCENT R. MAFFEO Vinny, easygoing, athletic, Italian . . . found with Denise 11 21 73 ... " I don ' t know " ... pet peeve, waiting ... memories: football, parties . . Rolling Stones ... to be successful in law ELAINE MAHER " Mouth " . . . talkative, unique ... red ... pet peeve: the dog ... " I like it like that! " . . . memories: Newpot car posh. Pee lay Bliss, 8:45, talks with Mary, Brian ' s rainhat . . . " Oats 73 " ... 12 long years RICH MALINOWSKI Mai . . . sarcastic, quick . . . " Binzo McMann " ... pet peeve: school . . . plans to make money . . . would like to see the world . . . remembers Lou Gatz DEBORAH A. MANIFASE Debbie . . . friendly, easygoing, daydreamer . . . found with Bob, 7 4 73 . . . treasures her ring . . . " My Girl " . . talks with Annette LINDA LORING EDWARD LURIE F - VINCENT MAFFEO RICHARD MALINOWSKI PAUL LOUKO MAUREEN LYNCH ELAINE MAHER DEBORAH A. MANIFASE 48 ■ STEVEN MANN Estaibon . . . pet peeve: Happy Hours . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . wishes atomic bombs were never invented . . . hopes to win the lottery . . . plans to attend college PATRICIA MANNING Patty . . . happy . . . " Dynamite! " . . . pet peeve: jealous people ... to be free . . . remembers gym . . . Aerosmith DONALD ). MANUEL Don . . . quiet, crazy . . . " Really? " . . . pet peeve: double sessions . . . football, skiing . . . Woody ' s class . . . 11 9 74 . . . )r. Prom . . . Rob ' s red stripe ... to be successful WARREN C. MARTIN Hans . . . patient, quiet sometimes, rowdy . . . " Oh, Scheiss " . . . pet peeve: jocks, soft rock . . . join the Air Force and become a Radar Technician ... a real good atomic arms agreement . . . water fights in Mr. Nassise ' s chm class . . . Moody Blues, " Nights in White Satin " ... a nice place to visit DIANE M. MAVRELION shy, sensitive, serious . . . " What ' s going on? " , " Wait for Me " . . . pet peeve: getting yelled at ... to be an R.N. . . . happiness . . . Field Hockey, Majorettes, Randolph, breaking my cat ' s leg . . . " Precious and Few " CATHERINE E. McCANN Peaches, Sister Kate . . . sincere, easygoing, chicken . . . Stu C D103 . . . conventions, 8:45, p.j. bliss, vans and ice cream . . . " California Girls " . . . 7:45 with the men, Homecoming weekend, my pumpkin, Kevin ' s carriage . . . green . . . Wyman ' s ... to get a tan arthur |. McCarthy ir. Bronco . . . athletic, quiet . . . pet peeve: hiding from Mr. Hylander on Commons . . . remembers: Latin with " The Pro " , 12 12 74 on the back stairs, ranks on hockey bus and tourney games ... to go to college gail McCarthy Spacehorse . . . memories of the box, sleeze family, lunie . . . " Behind Blue Eyes " . . . pet peeve: being broke and straight . . . always partying, " Blues )am " . . . found with Butchie ... to live in N.H. BONNIE MARIE McCARTNEY Bonnie . . serious . . . " are you kidding " . . . pet peeve: sloppy people . . . social worker ... to help others . . . demolish fear . . . D-hour commons . . . " Feelings " DANIEL H. McDONALD sincere, carefree ... a man has got to believe in something, I believe I ' ll go fishin ... a lot of good times, people, and memories, Saturdays with the band . . . total and complete happiness for everyone LORRI A. McGARVEY " McGarv " . . . friendly, sensitive, creative . . . " Know what I mean? " . . . found at X-dances, the Cape, in the sun . . . pet peeve: Swedes . . . memories: Swim Team, Stu C, Trilogy, Florida, Sumner Gardens, Merv reunion 198f , donuts at 3 a.m. . . . treasures her family and friends ROBERT D. McGRATH Bob . . . athletic, easygoing, nothing . . . pet peeve: constant complainers ... go to college, win the Lottery, be successful . . . Tourney games, beating Tewksbury, and Rosi High . . . Chicago, Cortez . . " fatigue? " ROBERT A. MclNNIS |R. Robby . . . Foghorn Leghorn . . . Sturbridge . . . hot tomatoes with Tiny . . . B-fast under the table . . . Laconia . . . cousin Stanley on the corn liquor jar . . snowballs at Trinity . . . Asteroid B-612 LAURA McKAY Laura . . . friendly, spacey, looney . . . " What? " . . . found waiting for Michael . . " peak-peak " . . . pel peeve: saying good-bye, " Our House " . . . memories of good partying . . . to be happily married SUSAN E. McKAY Sue . . . crazy, friendly . . . pet peeve: being broke . . . " 65 " , monkey mask, Commons, Summer of 73, mountain dew, Main ' 73 . . . " Cute, really cute " ... to be a social worker and to live in Florida ROBERT MclNNIS LAURA McKAY ■ SUSAN McKAY richard Mclaughlin MONA McKINNON CHRISTINE McLEOD MONA M. McKINNON Mona . . . 2 23 59, blunt, loud, emotional . . . twice at the box . . . cheering with Crimmy and lumping lean . . . Fran ' s Flying Machine . . . being told what to do " hey " . . . stuck in rowboat . . . four full years of fun . . . Maureen . . . Friday nights richard c. Mclaughlin Richie . . . friendly, gullible, little . . . found with Marci . . . 10 13 75 . . . " Wishing You Were Here " . . . memories of senior lunches with Rich, Rich, and Alberta . . . pet peeve: discrimination and cliques . . . Angelo ' s . . . wishes people would accept you for what you are ... to own a sub shop CHRISTINE M. McLEOD Chrissy . . . talkative, small, friendly, ... " I don ' t know " . . . being obnoxious with Connie, donuts at 3, the phone talks . . . 9 19 75 . . . friends and olives . . . the beach . . . junior Prom . . . 10 25 75 ... to be a secretary ALFRED E. McN EIL Freddie, Al . . . quiet, shy, easygoing . . . " Snob! " . . . pet peeve: lunior Prom . . . memories of freshmen year ... to travel in a " Silver Streak " ... to be a lawyer kevin a. Mcpherson Wally . . . short, sociable, active . . . pet peeve: the clique . . . Navy, college ... to buy a new car . . . leaving the school . . . Emerson, Lake and Palmer ■ ■ 1 4Q ALFRED E. McNEIL kevin Mcpherson steven f. Mcpherson Tiny . . . basketball, golf . . . Walt . . . hot tomatoes with Robby . . . jumping Jim and jungle Judy . . . brother by law . . . 5-7 27 75 . . . odd finger with Hunk . . . happy birthday Jim . . . 6th hole ... to be B-ball champs THERESA M. McSTOWE Terry . . . happy, stubborn, absent . . . " Give me a break! " . . . pet peeve: getting up in the morning ... to visit Colorado ... to win a five year bet CAROL A. MEAD Repeat . . . guMible, sensitive, quiet . . . " Oh poop " . . . " Mandy " . . . memories of chorus and F-hour commons JAYNE MEEKS moody, silly, sensitive, smiling . . . " I ' ve gotta tell you something " . . . pet peeve: snobby people ... to be free and live my own life . . . Junior Skip Day, Nantasket, commons . . . " Feelings " . . . I ' m glad to be graduating, thanks to mom and dad O WENDY M. MELLO Wendy . . . happy, loves to laugh . . . " you turkey " . . . commons, chorus, dances . . . " Which Way You Going Billy? " . . . " Precious and Few " . . . peace between one another ... to be happy KATHLEEN M. METTLER Kathy . . . sensitive, impatient . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . pet peeves: rushing and waiting, 13 . . . memories of B Street with Deb, Junior Prom, 7 9 74, 9 2 75 . . . found with Danny . . . " Babe " , Musk and Blue . . . Best of Bread JOHN L. MILLS " It is my greatest dream that someday on this Earth there will be a society consisting of truly intelligent and mature people. " |ohn Gus Mills LYNDA R. MONAHAN Pumpkin . . . stubborn, impatient, adventurous . . . 3 15 75 . . . Treasures Al . . . pet peeve: The Navy . . . White Moons, Junior Prom, North School . . . " Oh Darlin " ... at Pat ' s . . . getting caught . . . car troubles, cruising I i A STEVEN McPHERSON f THrRESA M. McSTOWE CAROL A. MEAD WENDY M. MELLO jOHN MILLS KATHLEEN METTLER 4- LYNDA MONAHAN 52 THOMAS MONE CATHERINE MOORE DEBRA MORRIS LINDA MORRISON THOMAS ). MONE Tom „. . . friendly, moody, ambitious . . . " Well " . . . pet peeve: getting up at 6 in the morning . . . career in government . . . find a million dollars . . . peace . . . leaving the school .;. . Beatles, " Penny Lane " CATHERINE MOORE Termite . . . loud, active, happy . . . " Shut-up " , " it irks me " . . . Chemistry with Mr. Z ... to be happy with Dave, to be a social worker ... to get taller . . . racial equality . . . Dances, found at Mac ' s, 9 30 75, Junior Class Trip-Salem . . . " Daddy Don ' t Walk Too Fast " . . . SHS hasn ' t been condemned yet DEBRA A. MORRIS Mebbie . . . giggly, gullible, sensitive, pet peeve: best friends moving . . . Memories: up the school, weekend of 7 19-21 75 LINDA M. MORRISON Happy, spacey . . . " hi ya " . . . pet peeve: waiting . . . travel through the states, to be happy . . . Aerosmith . . . Blues )am and the Sleeze Family, 7 17 75, Maine . . . found with |ohn JOHN F. MULDOON Tootie, Mul . . . small, active, found at Roxie ' s or Town Spa, street hockey, Psychology with Mr. Durr, X-Country with Mr. Green . . . pet peeve: Friday Lunches, 3 seconds at Tourney ... To work hard and continue to be active JEANNE MARIE MURPHY Murph . . . crazy, carefree, soft ... " I don ' t understand " . . . pet peeves: waking up in the morn, the Air Force . . . wishes: To be a cop, for sexual, racial equality . . . memories: Junior Prom, 6 6 75, 11 1 75, 10 3 75 |OHN MULDOON CAROLYN MULHERN LORRAINE MULLIGAN IEANNE MURPHY 53 BRADLEY S. NESS Cass . . . crazy, determined, always in a hurry . . . " Oh Wow " . . . pet peeve: Roxies ripoff . . . wishes to go to college, be rich and happy . . . remembers field trips in Humanities, 10 19 74 LAURA J, NOREN Laura . . . strange, stranger, strangest . . . found on stage with Pest, Stretch, Mel, Jo, M. Cherry and the drama jocks . . . Tuesday morning announcements . . . pet peeve: false friends ... to be a star (ha-ha) ROBERT R. NOYES Bob . . . dependable, conscientious . . . " hey turkey " . . . pet peeve: riding school buses ... a career in business administration ... Jr. Prom . . . Aerosmith RICHARD F. O ' CONNELL Rich . . . photography . . . Prince Edward Island . . . pet peeve: teachers who don ' t teach . . . wants to know the world . . . " The system of SHS prevents the existance of a true education atmosphere " DENISE T. O ' DONNELL smiling . . . " You know " . . . can be found with the " other half " , in Mr. Finn ' s shop, or at fires ... ski club jinx . . . track . . . 7:59 A.M. . . . " The Prince " . . . parties with the gang . . . pet peeve: male chauvinists ... to go to college ELAINE R. O ' DONNELL The Pest . . . stupid . . . " Don ' t touch me you pervert " . . . found with Stretch, Lau, Mel, Kat, )o, M. Cherry and the clan . . . memories of a daisy, 3 23 73, 3 22 75, and 7 75 . . . 27 . . . |ohn Denver . . . the gu . . . Men ... to go into tech theatre CAROLYN E. OGAR Carrie . . . mischievous, sentimental, sensitive . . . special memories: salad at 3 a.m., fishin, cruisin . . . Beach Boys and Chicago Concert ... to become a certified public accountant BRADLEY S. NESS LAURA NOREN ROBERT NOYES RICHARD O ' CONNELL DENISE O ' DONNELL ELAINE O ' DONNELL CAROLYN OGAR 54 MARY O ' NEILL JAMES O ' REILLY RICHARD W. O ' HARE Rick . . . " come on, give me a break " . . . Doobie Brothers, " Long Train Running " . . . Spack ' s Metal shop ... to go to California MARY O ' NEILL Mar . . . slow, tired . . . " Mad Dog " , " Let ' s go bend the old elbow " . . . memories: Humble Pie Concert, falling down the Grand Canyon ... to join the Symbianese Liberation Army . . . hopes to become a doctor (AMES |. O ' REILLY |im . . . argumentative, heinous . . . " Happy Birthday Tiny " . . . " Stud " . . . Despises: Rumor mongers and someones suppression . . . partying with the Hut Gang, B-fast under the table ... to be an architect an architect IANE M. OVERSTREET Wabbit . . . gullible, stubborn . . . found with |on . . . glad to leave DENIZE L. PACKARD Smiling, friendly, short . . . found with her " other half " . . . parties with the gang ... " I remember that " . . . remembers: Mr. Z., the SHS teachers, majorettes, Stu C, Girl ' s State . . . 12 14 73 ... to be a nurse CHERYL ANN PALMER " Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. " (St. Paul) MIKE PANICO Mike . . . " don ' t bother me " . . . friendly, quiet . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . pet peeve: people who think they are better than you . . . would like the Red Sox to win the world series . . . memories: Cid ' s class in 73, 74 IANE OVERSTREET DENISE PACKARD ANNETTE N. PASCARELLI friendly, sensitive, cheerful ... " I don ' t believe it! " . . . Wave . . . " Something in your eyes " . . . memories: cheering, Tin, the library, Homecoming . . . treasures family . . . 10 11 75 . . . great times with Lee . . . MARIA M. PEDRO Irene . . . gullible, stubborn, explosive . . . pet peeve: being called Irene . . . " gross " . . . Beach Boys, Chicago ... to become rich someday ... to try to make people happy . . . to keep peace in the world CHERYL ANN PALMER MICHAEL PANICO ANNETTE PASCARELLI MARIA PEDRO 55 tea A i ' Sm pin! CAROL A. PERNOCK Pooka . . crazy, curious, gullible . . . treasures David . . . 3 30 74 ... pet peeve: a certain trouble maker . . . Summer 74 . . . Emerson, Lake, and Palmer . . . white moons, Junior Prom . . " Oh Darlin " . . . plans to be a lab technician BARBARA S. PERRY active, gullible, sarcastic . . . sunsets ... to find a job I like ... to learn how to laugh . . . will always remember Sophomore Year . . . Aerosmith ... to see everyone be happy JOHN R. PETERSON Pete . . . athletic . . . friendly . . . found with Eileen, 11 18 72, 3 8 74, 4 torn leaves ... partying with the Hut Gang . . . " Knights in White Satin " . . . Always remember good times with Lu Lu . . . plans to go to college and be successful LENA A. PHILLIPS Lena . crazy, giggly ... pet peeve: dogs . . . Mr. Sarno ' s Biology class, Blue Hills ... Tie a Yellow Ribbon ' Round the Old Oak Tree . . . Mountain Road . . . Shopping one night ... to go to Lake Tahoe and Las Vegas CAROL PERNOCK DEBRA PERRY BARBARA PERRY MICHAEL PETER )OHN PETTINCILL LENA PHILLIPS 56 RICHARD G. PLUNKETT Plunk . . . crazy . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . " Hey! " . . . SHS - a nice place to visit, but I wouldn ' t want to live here . . . F-hour commons . . . plans a future in business LISA A. POLVINEN expressive, happy . . . " Don ' t Let the Sun Catch You Crying " ... 11 years with Cindy, Stu C, Sherbourne, early hours . . . " America " ... 2 secrets, lost ski . . . summertime . . . college JOAN M. POWER moody, unpredictable . . . rowdy on D2nd with Carolyn, Peanuts ... to accomplish great things we must not only act but also dream, not only plan bu t also believe ERIC F. POWERS Eric . . . temperamental, fun-loving . . . " Let ' s go " ... my motorcycle . . . Linda . . . 11 22 74 . . . Class of ' 75 ... to become a cop . . . New York New Mexico . . . golf course . . . Playboy Club LINDA A. POWERS gullible . . . always late . . . wagon . . . treasures family . kids, concerts, Jr. Prom . . . forever found with Brian or in the . memories of North School to love and trust someone LEONORE |. PRISCO Lee . . . happy, gullible, emotional ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . cheering . . . Jumping Jean . . . secret agent, Tin . . . sophomore year ... all the great times with Annette KENNETH C. RAGUSIN Kenny . . . crazy, different . . . " You look like John Peterson " . . . movin ' in . . . shop with Teddy . . . The Hut . . . Aerosmith ... a weekend in Marshfield . . . D-hour party ... to go to school and make the best out of life RICHARD PLUNKETT LISA POLVINEN EDWARD POSHKUS JOAN POWER ■ I ERIC POWERS LINDA POWERS LEONORE PRISCO KENNETH RAGUSIN 57 BARBARA ANNE RALSTON Red . . . mellow, ticklish, sensitive . . . Oat ' s 73, M M ' s and fluffernutters, Laconia, Junior Prom, 8:45, Ba Ba do, pee jay bliss, Forest Hill pigeons . . . " don ' t even know " . . . Barry White . . . bookcase, Pieces of April 74, Heff . . . pet peeve: Fitzy LAURIE A. RANDALL Laurie . . . mushroom . . . gullible, easy-going . . . pet peeve: going to chemistry ... to go to college and be a millionaire . . . wishes for a very special person . . . " Games People Play " . . . " The Field " . . . 10 26 74 - 10 13 75, )r. Prom . . . G-hour CAROL A. REED Helen . . . spacey, sarcastic, crazy . . . " What ' s happening? " . . . pet peeve: being followed ... to trip, but not to fall . . . remembers: E-hr., unscheduled, open campus privileges . . . " Hold Your Head Up " CHERYL A. REID happy, friendly . . . " Oh George! " . . . Chicago, Beatles . . . " Wishing You Were Here " . . . found in N.H. . . . SHS Band ' 74 ... Summer of ' 75 . . . waterskiing . . . 8 22 75 ... to counsel kids LINDA C. REILLY " Linda B " . . . sentimental, crazy, happy . . . " no you guys " . . . Falmouth . . . mint green . . . 8:45 . . . Pet peeve: selfish people and 2 tigers . . . certain August night . . . Dorchester episode . . . Barry White . . . Laconia . . . Heff ' s . . . pee jay bliss . . . talks with Barbie lean LYNN M. ROBERTS " Sometimes the lights are all shinin ' on me, other times I can barely see, lately it occurs to me, what a long strange trip it ' s been. " ( " Truckin " by the Grateful Dead) BARBARA RALSTON LAURIE RANDALL CAROL REED CHERYL REID PETER REIFSCHNEIDER LINDA REILLY ROBERT RICH LYNN ROBERTS 58 IAYNE M. ROCCI Bananas . . . gullible, happy . . . . . . plans to attend college . . " The Field " . . . Majorettes . . . G-hour pet peeve: attending classes . to be rich . . . 8 25 74 . . . being crazy with Wilson . . . MARY T. ROCHE Mears . . . quiet, sensitive, friendly . . . " no sir " . . . police and phone booths . . . aftermath of )r. Prom and Sketti Supper . . . 8:45 . . . found with Chip ... pet peeve: points, spiders, zero . . . Forest Hills pigeons ... to be married and go to college SUSANNE M. ROCHE forgetful, sensitive ... a special friend . . . " Follow Me " . . . " Indian Sunset " . . . laughing ... the rain . . . infinitely . . . lust Like a Woman . . . 9 29, cheering . . . " to be nobody but myself and happy " DONNA A. RODERIGUES Geepa . . . crazy, friendly, flirtatious . . . " Wanna party? " . . . run away . . . Ridgewood Gang . . . Dorchester . . . Dead End . . . Rings and socks at Ames MARCIA ROMANUCK Snapshot . . . smiley, determined . . . " crash " , " bird " . . . treasures frosh yr., " 3 musketeers " . . . Randolph fan, art, Stu C, Woody ' s class, 50 ' s dances . . . yearbooks . . . " Keep the spirit of 76 alive " STEPHEN ROOSE S. Boy . . quiet ... pet peeve: happy hour . . . wishes to go to college, grow old and rich DIANE ROSS weird, spacey, retarded . . . " I ' m only kitten! " . . . " Let ' s go bend the old elbow " ... to become a member of the Symbianese Liberation Army . . . memories, swimming in the Pacific, " Humble Pie Concert " SUSAN C. RUGGIERO Sue . . . always on time, friendly . . . " Who, What " , " Really " pet peeve: Deadlines . . . memories: i musketeers, freshman year, tennis, commons with Mr. Barac, Mr. May, Art IV . . . " Time in a Bottle " ... to be happy ROBIN A. RUPP Bird . . . sensitive, emotional, rowdie . . . " Hey, you guys! " . . . pet peeve: friends who aren ' t ... to change 10 26 75 . . . Ham . . . Oats ' 73 . . . the Cape . . . pee jay bliss . . . the diner ... Big Heff . . . Skin tight in a Toyota . . . hopes to become an R.N. and be happy SUSAN M. RUSH talkative, friendly, sensitive . . . found with Paul . . . Stairway to Heaven . . . memories: 12 13 73, Junior Prom, two happy years . . . wishes to find happiness with him DEBRA A. RUSSELL Debbie . . . moody, athletic . . . pet peeve: Streisand . . . remembers breakfasts (?) with Val and Wendy . . . softball . . . field hockey . . . 2 10 73 . . . Janis Joplin, " Down on Me " ... to be happy and successful GRACE A. SACRAMONA Cracie . . . smiling, talkative, gullible . . . " Hi people " . . . will always remember: the eight ball, gang parties, Mac ' s fence, salad at three . . . " Are you serious " . . . college bound . . . good times and friends HOWARD E. SALLERSON How . . . pet peeve: Cat tests . . . " Sit on it " . . . the Senior Play . . . future plans: medical . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . lunch stomach . . . would like to live to an old age LYNN A. SALVESEN sensitive, giggly, crazy ... found with Jimmy ... 1 24 75 . . . memories: drum corp trips — Ohio Summer ' 72, Florida 10 75 . . . Blue Hills, Junior Prom . . . sailing on Sharon Lake . . . roller skating with the gang CINDY J. SAMSON loves concerts and the beach . . . pet peeve: two faced people ... to work with small children ... to meet Mark Farner of Grand Funk . . . the world needs to drop a lot of laws; more freedom . . . Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones DEBRA RUSSELL HOWARD SALLERSON CYNTHIA SAMSON SUSAN RUSH GRACE SACRAMONA LYNN SALVESEN RHONDA SANDLER 60 RHONDA SANDLER Ron . . . talkative . . . " Eat your heart out " . . . D-hour commons . . . pet peeve: Monday mornings . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . . . Wishes for everyone to be happy . . . plans to be a hairdresser, successful ELLEN D. SANO Ellen Vic . . . questioning, serious, tired . . . " Penmanship is the art of the fool " . . . Moose Hill ... to be a doctor ROBERT P. SANTOS Bobby . . . " That ' s great " . . . Mr. Finn ' s shop class . . . pet peeve: the way certain people talk . . . Aerosmith ... to be successful DANIEL ). SBARDELLA Danny . . . easy to get along with . . . " Get off me " . . . pet peeve: attendance in commons . . . " Black Sabbath, Paranoid " ... no more poverty . . . become a cross country trucker, to go in the service KATHLEEN M. SEERY Babo . . . carefree, creative, friendly . . . " What can I say? " . . . Elton, singing, concerts, spam, Moose Hill . . . pet peeve: her temper . . . Merv Griffin 1986 . . . found next door, up Seaver Street . . . treasures her family and friends JOSEPH F. SESTITO Joey . . . outgoing, funny ... Mr. Berry ' s English class . . . Partying in my ' 67 Buick ... pet peeve: basement walls . . . Chicago ... to be a millionaire and live in Italy KATHLEEN SEERY IOSEPH SESTITO 61 AMY SHAPIRO Shipo . . . friendly, happy and talkative . . . pet peeve: Show-off people ... to be married to |ohn ... to be happy . . . B2nd Basement, big bug . . . " Precious and Few " .. . . Good Luck to The Gang MICHAEL SHAPIRO Mike . . . quiet . . . " Unbelievable " . . . pet peeve: doing nothing . . . future plans: to go to college ... be successful . . . basketball, tennis PAUL SHEEHAN Paul . . . tall ... " I might " . . . pet peeve: people who nag . . . remembers: walking to school on tracks . . plans to travel . . . wants to be high above others ELEANA MARJORIE SIEGEL I would like to continue my education through college, travel, and meet new people ... I hope to make teaching my career and be a credit to my family and community ALBERTA M. SILVA Al . . . athletic, warm, optimistic ... " I hope " ... pet peeve: prejudiced people ... to be a doctor, put a little more warmth in people ' s hearts . . . State track. Honor Society, State gymnastics, Mrs Weddleton CONCEICAO N. SILVA Connie . . . friendly, sensitive, easy to get along with . . . found with John ... to be married . . . Remembers F-hour commons . . . treasures her diamond MARIORIE A. SILVA Margie . . . memories of Lincoln Park, Euie, Class trip, D G Commons . . . Leo . . . 24 . . . Green . . . " Feelings " , " Sky High " . . . Chicago . . . People who don ' t care about themselves . . . Horseback-riding in Hingham, Boston on a Friday ... to be happy FRED T. SIMMS Hawk ... to go to school . . . " Stairway to Heaven " AMY SHAPIRO MICHAEL SHAPIRO PAUL SHEEHAN ELEANA SIEGEL ALBERTA SILVA CONCEICAO SILVA MARIORIE SILVA FRED SIMMS 62 MARY F. SINGLE Mears . . . quiet, friendly, gullible . . . " Oh yeah " . . . pet peeve: ignorant people . . . wishes for more happiness . . . Laconia with Lucy, Sophomore yr., Aftermath of Sketti Supper, Falmouth, Bliss GEORGE SLATER pet peeve: Getting Busted . . . found with Susan, lost at Mark ' s ... to trip but not to fall . . . Thanks to Mr. G. RAINEY SLATER Randy . . . understanding, easygoing, pleasurable . . . " if it don ' t fit, don ' t force it, but if it feels good, do it " . . . pet peeve: people who try to hide their prejudices . . . " Love to Love You Baby " ... It was rough but I made it MARY L. SLATTERY Mar . . . friendly, stubborn . . . " in like Flint " . . . green . . . pet peeve: busy work . . . Boston with Deb and Mary . . . Marvin ' s class . . . trouble with Elaine . . . visiting police . . . dances in convertible . . . ride with Tillie CYNTHIA P. SMITH Cyn crazy . . . " Dig that " ... pet peeve: People who are nosey . . . " Earth, Wind and Fire " ... to be free . . . " The Way of the World " . . . wishes peace and happiness for everyone ... to be a legal secretary DONNA C SMITH Donsie . . . glorious old Cape Cod, land of fun, land of sun . . . pet peeve: little pink hats . . . " Zav " . . . " Kites fly to Mar-s " MARY SINGLE GEORGE SLATER RAINEY SLATER MARY L. SLATTERY i CYNTHIA SMITH DAVID SMITH DONNA SMITH GENEVIEVE SMITH 63 LYNDA |. SMITH Lynda . . . talkative, sensitive . . . " out to lunch " , " the breakdown " . . . Monty Python, spam, Steely Dan, home ec with Mac, found at guidance . . . would like to become a hairdresser and be happy RICHARD A. SMITH Rick . . . sarcastic, athletic, talkative . . . " What ' s goin down " , by the ears . . . memories of the palace . . . pet peeve: too many chiefs, not enough indians . . . Woody, happy corner trio, Costa ' s, football, goin ' down the road . . . hopes to get ahead in life . . . Life is like a . . . ROBERT WAYNE SMITH Rags . . . gentle, understanding, quiet . . . pet peeve: simple-minded people . . . " Time Will Tell " , Cheryl ... to go to college, find someone to love, honor, and cherish the rest of my life . . . Eric Clapton . . . 10 18 75 WILLIAM H. SMITH Bill . . . special memories of E-hour study . . . pet peeve: Mondays . . . future plans - truckin ' MARLENE ). SOLITO Marl . . . gullible, friendly ... 3 hoods . . . donuts at 3 a.m. . . . WBZ-FM . . . flashlight . . . nite at Nantasket . . . X- dances . . . lost ski . . . always remember micro, cats, Stu C, yearbook, track meets, swim team MARIO SOLIMINE 68863 . . . found on West Street . . . " will you get off my back " . . . Robin Trower . . . dazed and confused . . . ambition: to see the world AUDREY ). SOTNICK Au, Sparkey . . . fun, smart, smiling . . . " That ' s the Way I Like It " . . . pet peeve: nice looking guys who know it . . . future plans: the Service . . . special memories: friends, SHS as a bore f LYNDA SMITH ROBERT W. SMITH DANIEL SOARES MARIO SOLIMINE 64 RICHARD SMITH WILLIAM H. SMITH MARLENE SOLITO AUDREY SOTNICK NANCY SOULE EILEEN SPERANDIO MARGARET A SPICER STEPHEN |. STORM MARIANNE STEWART CAROLYN STRITTMATTER NANCY |. SOULE Nance . . . moody, quiet . . . found with Bruce or |oann " Your Song " . . . Neil Young . . . goal: to work with children EILEEN M. SPERANDIO Ei . . . self-conscious, loud, laughing . . . pet peeve: toes Donna ' s broken leg . . . " You tird " , " Pudgey " . . . moldy shortcake . . . lardin ' s ... to invent the face transplant bye from the girl with the tin foil smile MARGARET ANN SPICER Margie . . . happy, fun to be with . . . pet peeve: slow walkers in the corridor . . . will always remember Mr LeGrow ' s Chour chorus ... to go to hairdressing school, to move to Virginia . . . luck to Laurie and Kathy MARIANNE STEWART quiet, sensitive, easygoing . . . green ... " I don ' t know memories: Sunday night dances . . . pet peeve: blushing . . . Neil Diamond, " QV 55 " ... to receive halt a dozen red roses . . . Good Luck to the Gang STEPHEN |. STORM Steve . . . easygoing, friendly . . . " Got no fatigue " . . . pet peeve: phoneys ... to be a draftsman . J. to drive a truck cross-country . . . find the cure for cancer CAROLYN STRITTMATTER Smiley . . . outgoing, loud, friendly, impulsive . . . found in Isabelle . . . pet peeve: loanie . . . sugar fights with Lauren, ' |o, lane, lean . . . 12 4 74 . . . not to get married MAUREEN SUGRUE Beanso . . . funny, friendly, happy . . . " Mental Mary " . . . pet peeve: diets . . . Big Bug . . . B-ind basement . . . Elton |ohn, " Harmony " ... to go to c ollege PAUL C SWAN Hard working . . . pel peeve: Algebra . . . wishes to be a famous writer, to stop hatred . . . favorite group: Eagles . . . " It really wasn ' t all that bad " I MAUREEN SUGRUE PAUL SWAN 65 DAVID SWEENEY Sween . . active, your coming . . . to go to college . . . Derby ' s warf, Banquet . . . Mr. Green ' s respect. Football in the shower, missing the Catholic Memorial race DONNA M. SWEENEY Donna . . " wicked! " . . . 12 1 72 . . donuts at 3, treasures Rusty, memories of Mt. Snow, Eli ' s tomato soup, the beach " in the drawer! " . . . special thanks to a certain teacher . ... Jim Croce ... to be happy HENRY A. SZOSTEK Hank . . . calm, easygoing, mischievous . . . found at Sears or up the shop . . . D-hour commons, field trips, early out Thursdays ... pet peeve: the mud parking lot and a day without bomb scares . . . college-the easy life with no problems GEORGE C. TEMPESTA George . . . active, easygoing ... pet peeve: losing bets plans to go on to college, to travel in the future LLOYD B. TENNEN Coconuts . . . tall, surprising, talented . . . " This is Lloyd Tennen with the WSHS News " ... pet peeve: math wishes: to go into broadcasting, to get rich, for people to use their hearts instead of their heads and fists memories: journalism, Thespian Society ALBERT P. THOMAS Al easygoing . . . mischievous . . . Nancy . . . found on Ace Amusements . . Black Oak Arkansas . Maine definitely gonna see the country ... pet peeve: jocks 66 CHERYL A. THOMAS gullible, silly . summers in Marshfield, calling in Canton Neil Young " Helpless " . . . memories:California . . . cheering and camp, the 5 times, my pumpkin Marshfield with Diane ... to travel, learn, and be happy SHEILA A. TIERNEY She moody . . . memories of New Hampshire skipping with Maureen . . . found with Kenny . . . " Could It Be Magic " ... to marry Kenny whether he likes it or not CAROLE ANN TOOMEY sensitive, talkative, friendly . . . Treasures friends and good times Batons and football games, parties with the gang, Field trips working at Twin-Kee . . . found driving a little red Toyota KATHLEEN A. TOOMEY Kathy Smiley . . " turkey " . . . parties with the gang . . . memories: Frosh and Sr. Years . . . 12 14 75 . . . friends lug End . Toll House . . Cruising, 10 11 75 . . . Spirit of 76 . . Chicago ... to be a Medical Assistant IEFFREY E. TOSCA leff . . moody, talkative . . . " Where ' s the party? " ... pet peeve: two faced people . . . remembers: the palace, Fish and Game, tripling with Gary, Brian, nights at Gibbons . . . to be rich IONATHAN TOTMAN Ion . . atheletic, quiet, ambitious . . . 10 12 73, four years of football, especially season of ' 75, Kane ' s mustard trick . . . " Wouldn ' t it be nice? " . . . found at Debbie ' s house ANN C. TROPEA Annie . delirious, outgoing, fun loving . . . " Hey, Vanessa thanks ' " " Wanna Shotgun? " . . . Darrel . . Summers of 74, 75 . . . memories: Maine, The Cape, Blue Bomb, 5 10 75, 8 29 75, all nighters with Kris, Van, Sandy . . . quadruplets . . . Aerosmith ANN V. TSINZO Tori . . . gullible, nosey, talkative . . " Really? " . . . pet peeve: Cheryl Gargiulo . . . Overcome my shyness . . . Always remember B2nd basement and table in the car . . . Three Dog Night, " Pieces of April " . . . Mrs. Krause ' s Class . . . Become an R.N. MARY |ANE TSINZO Tinz . . . kinda smart, gullible . . . pet peeve: cancer . . . Steve 9 8 75 . . . Brian . . . found in a green ' 76 Le Sabre . . . Neil Young . . to become a nurse . . . find a cure for cancer MIKE IURNER Tuna . . . tall . . . " Maylx? " . . . pet peeve: jocks . . . plans to (ravel . . . remembers D-hour partying ... to change the government ... to be No. 1 DEBORAH A. UNIACKE Debbie . . . talkative, happy, friendly . . . 10 12 73, white chevy, football games. Junior Prom, Cid ' s classes. Summer of ' 75, sneaking in the game. Fourth of July . . . found always and hopefully forever with |on MICHAEL P. VALENTI Italian, lazy, athletic . . . memories of football, wrestling. Mountain Rd. . . 7:45 with the women IOHN VESEY funny, impatient, friendly . . . " Quick! " . . . memories: Freshmen year, confused 75 summer with Paula, " Fletches Gang " , skipping school with George and Mike, bus ride to New York ... pet peeve: plastic people . . . Aerosmith RENEE T. VITA Rae ... " Hi Hon " ... Saturday morning practices, Soul Step, and Room 41 . . . two secrets . . . " The Gang " psychology ... To Cid With Love . . . Spirit of 76 forever . . . " Thank-you SHS " CONCETTA R. VOLPE Bolpie . . emotional, gullible, talkative . . . " Gimme a bag, will ya! " ... pet peeve, waking up in the morning memories: Rexacana, Pajama Parties, Right hand signals, a certain phone call, Massapoag in the boat . . . being obnoxious ... to be a legal secretary CHARLES ). VUYTOWECZ Chuck . . football, basketball, track Westwood . . . " What ' s happening Turkey? " law . 6th hole rumble with George, Tiny pet peeve: . brother by . JV ' s 18 pt. to go to college, be 4th quarter comeback, 9 24 74 happy IVAN WAHL Fish and Game . . . Getty, 20 dollars . . . 9 20 75 ... pet peeve-super jocks ... to be a cop ... to live in Maine SCOTT P. WALTON Moondog unconventional, well dressed . . . " It is better to try and fall than to never try at all " ... pet peeve: phoneys ... to be an elementary teacher ... to end hunger . . Carpenters IOHN VESEY THOMAS VESEY RENEE VITA LINDA VITIELLO CONNIE VOLPE CHARLES VUYTOWECZ IVAN WAHL SCOTT WALTON 69 SHERI A. WEBB cheerful, friendly, sensitive . . . pet peeve: friends who really aren ' t . . . getting lost . . . b 20 75, found with Jeff, " Stairway to Heaven " . . . to be happy PAUL WENSKEVICH Howie . . . athletic, friendly, moody . . pet peeve: the fire . . . memories of the palace, found at Gibbons or Fish and Game, tomato patch, freezing your left one off at Walpole, beating Rosie, Mr. Berry ' s class . . . Zeppelin . . . remembers first one at Franks ROBERTA WEST Robby . . . friendly, talkative, optimistic . . . pet peeve: Friday nights with nothing to do . . . remembers first weeks of Frosh year ... " I Am Sailing " . . . wishes that everyone could be happy ... to settle down and get married CAROL A. WHEELER Butch . . . sensitive, sincere, shy . . . " that ' s great! " . . . B- ball, summers and tans . . . sunsets . . . OA in the snow . . . friends . . . Moody Blues . . . memories of Dennisport ... to own a sailboat and live free on a beach JUNE WHIFFEN " Right on, my man " . . . pet peeve: Austin Healy, 3,000 . . . Kiss . . . " Rock Roll All Night Party Everyday " . . . hopes to graduate in " 76 " . . . plans to go cross country . . . would like to make love not war DANE ). WHITE sincere, sense of humor . . . " really " . . . pet peeve: 7:00a.m. . . . wishes for a Chocolate City . . . " Funkadelic " . . . " Earth, Wind, and Fire " ... to become a civil engineer NANCY WILCZEWSKI Nance . . . quiet, indecisive, athletic . . . green . . . " Aw, geez " . . . tennis, ice skating, the beach, art ... Stevie Wonder ... to enjoy life SHERI WEBB JUNE WHIFFEN PAUL WENSKEVICH CAROL WHEELER . • V 1 DANE WHITE ♦ »■ V NANCY WILCZEWSKI 70 )EAN WILDER Jean quiet, sensitive, daring . . . Rolling Stones . . . pet peeve: " the Clique " . . . found working at Cardinal Cushing ... " I wish this was last hour " ... get a car . . . Summer 74 freshmen dances . . . " I don ' t want to go to work " LAUREL A. WILSON mischievous . . . bombshell . . . Majorettes . . . being crazy with Rocci pet peeve: mustaches . . . found on the plantation . . . " Well I Never! " ... our pool . . . parties with the gang competition . . . arbee ... to be rich WENDY F. WOLFE Pleasingly plump, short, gullible, crazy ... the corner, |r. Prom ... Ding Dong Breakfast with Debbie and Val purple pet peeve: people without a sense of humor " Everything I Own " . . . to end prejudice MAIORIE A. WYNDHAM Margie crazy, gullible, friendly . . . 8 14 7 . . . dances, proms summers ... my oldest friends . . . cruising in the white Tornado . . . Saturday morning practices . . . " Shhh! " navy blue . " The Gang " . . . " Make Me Smile " ... to go to college ANNETTE YOUNG DARREL P. YOUNG DAVID C ZAPPALA DINO ZAROS LINDA ]. ZAWASKI THERESA DOHERTY She passed away like morning dew Before the sun was high; So brief her time, she scarcely knew The meaning of a sigh. (Hartley Coleridge. Early Death) IN MEMORIAM Honor those who are dead and gone with remembrance, not with tears . . . (From St. Chrysostom: Com- mentaries) RAY NICKERSON The time you won your town the race We chaired you through the market-place Man and boy stood cheering by, And home we brought you shoulders high. Now you will not swell the rout Of lads that wore their honors out, Runners who renown outran And the name died before the man. (A E Housman: To an Athlete Dying Young) 72 January ' 7 TQ ii ciao a 0 u ngry foops •■ ' Me ' d ' vane, Peg, Pe " " 5,h.anj i 7 79 Jonn Pa u i Jones ta es t ftmuurv s ■: T vv T t S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 0 ' IkS nagsh.o c Hftl S T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 March i NC 10 0 17 5 Oan.ei Boone leave ?pen Keniuch, ' 0 ' segment Fori Waiauga Asm 18 warn Cor 1775 Paul Revere fides cord ot rtrimnsnl BM.sn acne rom Boston to ) larJt KjTi) w 1 April iqrf S M T W T r s s M T W T F S 12 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 21 22 23 24 25 26.-27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 29 30 United tete8 M Articles of Confederation 7775 in OPEN REBELLION May 29 1 764 JUNF 4 1976 fh Stouuhton H, u h Se n.OMG July 4 1 rji Congr 1 76 The foregoing Dec la - ess engrossed and signed Dy order August 23 I7?S News ol armed re prompts the King lo proclaim a State ol reOell ' fjutte H rf) ■July iqrf) S M r w i . s S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S i 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 3 4 5 6 8 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 0 14 15 16 17 18 19 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 % 25 26 2 29 27 28 29 30 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 30 31 m 0 ' tht- ■ oion.f 9 November 15 1777 Congress accepts tn 0 ' Conleaeration alter tengtny debate Articles Oecember 1 6 1 773 Led oy Samuel colonists dump 3 2 chests o tea -nto Bostor -J plvntlwr Hf tl C ' XhJtff 07ft lofember IQ t) Cflecember KjTfi S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 1 2 12 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 % 25 26 27 28 29 30 28 29 30 26 27 28 29 30 31 Presenting the Year That Was 1975-76 September 1975 presented a typical scene at Stoughton High. The freshmen were bewildered by the " big " building, the soph- omores put on sophisticated airs, the jolly juniors thrived on their first encounter with electives, and the seniors screamed as usual for senior privileges, whatever they were . . . The FBI captured heiress Patty Hearst, climaxing a 19- month search which began with her abduction by the Symbionese Liberation Arm y . . . Two assassi- nation attempts, both by women and both in California, on the life of Pres. Gerald Ford caused serious concern for the Presi- dent ' s Safety . . . Fighting between Moslems and Christians erupted in Lebanon . . . Egypt and Israel signed an interim agreement on the Sinai . . . Oil prices were raised again . . . Mrs. Dambrauskas observes Arnice Callender ' s art work. Happy hour in French I with Mr. Santoro. The Majorettes take a break. Mr. Maioli shows Mary O ' Neill how to operate camera. Robbie Ivaldi tries stealing ball from opponent. 74 75 ROB MCINNIS ]IM KELLY JOHN CARABATSOS DAVE SWEENEY CROSS COUNTRY The cross country team made a fine effort this year, winning six of eight meets. The drive was spearheaded by Rob Mclnnis who won five races individually. Special thanks to Coach Charles Green and Captain Jim Kelly for a fine year. wm 4 W lit ' : 1 dJl fin 1 JV 1 1 SHS OPPONENT 19 NORTH ATTLEBORO 42 32 OLIVER AMES 20 16 CANTON 41 21 KING PHILLIP 40 18 SHARON 42 20 FOXBORO 43 39 FRANKLIN 19 26 MANSFIELD 31 SEASON RECORD 6-2 Front Row: Pete McCrail, John Carabatsos, Robbie Mclnnis, Jim Kelly, Dave Sweeney, Dave Belliveau, Coach Charles Green, Second Row: Jim Bertram, Walter Jennings, Chuck Davis, Joe Allen, Danny Rose, Dave Sweeney, Third Row: Charles Single, Jerry McDermott, Francis Coe, Joe Daly, Greg Stenstrom, Mike Minuiti, Rear Row: Pat Nickerson, Gene O ' Neil, Billy Palmer. 76 SOCCER ROB IVALDI Captain Robert Ivaldi led the soccer team to a vic- torious year. Eight wins, five losses, and three ties, is cer- tainly a commendable record. With the loss of only two seniors, next year ' s team should be a strong com- petitor. SHS OPPONENT 1 FOXBORO 7 2 XAVERIAN 2 7 NORFOLK 2 1 FRANKLIN 1 1 SHARON 1 3 AVON 2 7 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 0 0 FOXBORO 4 3 XAVERIAN 2 4 NORFOLK 0 0 FRANKLIN 3 3 SHARON 0 0 BC HIGH 3 3 AVON 1 0 BC HIGH 2 7 CATHOLIC MEMORIAL SEASON RECORD 8-5-3 0 ED BEZZARO First Row: Coach Michael Stuber, David Archibald, Victor Vieira, Mark Trocki, Robert Ivaldi, Kevin Laporte, Ron Garber, Assistant Coach Bruce Jackman. Second Row: John Lombard, Mike Bishop, Al Lyons, Jim Lennon, Larry Thomas, Doug Kolz, Larry Homer. Third Row: Ed Bezarro, Peter McKay, Mark Herron, Kevin Hall, Jose Silva, Dave Ryan. Front Row: Valerie Washburn, Janis Kosinski, Denise Fraser, Laverne Smith, Linda Sacramona, Capt. Debbie Russell. Second Row: Leane Homer, Ellen Farrell, Betty Flaherty, Sheila Farrell, Lynn )ardin, Coach Barbara Batchelder. Rear Row: Deanette jordon, Patti McCarthy, Denise LeMar. Chalk up another one . . . for them. Capt. Debbie Russell lams Kosinski Debbie, that ' s a no-no! It wasn ' t a bad season after all. Stoughton Opponent 0 OA 5 0 Mansfield 0 0 Franklin 2 0 Canton 3 0 N. Attleboro 5 0 King Philip 2 0 Foxboro 3 0 OA 3 0 Mansfield 2 0 Franklin 3 0 Canton 2 0 Sharon 2 jj 0 Sharon 3 0 N. Attleboro 4 0 King Philip 2 0 Foxboro 5 78 FIELD HOCKEY An empty locker room . . . . unused equipment . . . repeated pleas from Dr. Sperandio and Coach Batchelder for girl athletes ... an 0-16 record. This was field hockey, 1975. A disappointing season one would conclude, but the determination shown by the girls goes unre- warded. When other kids would have quit, they kept on going. Playing in games with no specta- tors for support, knowing there were no replacements when you were too tired to run, and then the pain of accepting yet another loss. The season was finished and equipment stored away in hopes of a better record next year. But how can you look into the future, when there might not be one there . . . Front Row: Kathy Viola, Linda McNally, )ane DeVito, Margie Wyndham, Mary Ann Buckley (Co-captain), Marlene Solito (Co-captain), Lorri McGarvey, Robin Anderson, Eileen Farrell, Marci Katz. Second Row: Maureen McKinnon, )an Blomstrom, Denise Downey, Darlene Levy, Sarah Ann Lynch, Cheryl Alconada, Barbara Rush, Donna Lloyd, Ronnie Cerbick. Third Row: Sue Duross, Ginny Brandt, Chris Buckely, Sue Wyndham, loan Letson, Deana Daly, Diane Garrity, Lois Lurie, Janet Clifford. Stoughton Opponent 12 Canton 63 13 Seekonk 68 27 Westwood 143 81 Middleboro 70 39 Attleboro 128 14 Canton 64 21 Dover-Sherborn 62 Barbara Rush, Mary Ellen Grady, and Coach Laurie Blauss cheer the team on. (photo: Solito) athy Seery and Lorri McGarvey share their team spirit, (photo: larlene Solito) SWIMMING 79 CHEERLEADERS Co-captains leannette Doyle and Susanne Roche. Front row: Mascots Kim Aronson, lennifer Mead. Second Row: leannette Doyle, Mona McKinnon, Susanne Roche, Linda Zawaski, Lee Prisco, Annette Pascarelli. Rear row: Miss Kathleen Crimmins (advisor), Andrea Pappas, Heather Mclnnis, Nancy Sperandio, Nancy Carlson, Donna DiStefano. Front row: Lea Broncaccio, Joy Rosenblatt. Second row: Mary Theresa Kelleher, joanne Klim, loAnn White, Karin Kane, Tricia LeClaire, Ellen Salette, Rear row: judy Flaherty. Lee Prisco Annette Pascarelli Linda Zawaski 80 Mona McKinnon In order to provide full and regular support at hock- ey and soccer games, a sec- ond cheerleading squad has been formed. Both groups are advised by Miss Kath- leen Crimmins, a new ap- pointee. The cheerleaders were pleased with their mammoth rally which was a well-attended and powerful voluntary event. The annual Cheerleaders Dance kicked off the SHS social season and succeeded financially. Renee Vita became SHS 7th Home- coming Queen on a rain-drenched afternoon . . . The Class of 1979 won the 9th Annual Tournament of Plays . . . Marlene Solito and Lorraine Mul- ligan were named co-editors of the STOTONIAN ... The KNIGHT ' s first issue headlined Dr. Sperandio ' s con- cern with increasing violence . . . Great concern was expressed over lack of candidates for the field hockey squad . . . The national econ- omy continued to improve . . . New York City was in financial trouble, but Pres. Ford refused to help with government aid . . . Bombings and terrorist acts, together with kidnap- pings, made life hazardous . . . The Boston Red Sox lost the World Series to Cincinnati Reds but what a series it was! Katie McCann at fifties dance Kevin Laurie and Mike Dostoomian content with the sketti. (Photo: Manny Almeida) Peter King serving pizza at the Class of 78 Pizza Supper, (photo Mario Texeira) Homecoming Queen and Court: Tricia Kelleher, Katie McCann, Renee Vita, Susanne Roche, Annette Pascarelli. Escorts: Mike Dostoomian, Gary King, Bill Coughlin, Robbie Mclnnis, and Fanny Abramowicz. 81 FOOTBALL Stoughton enjoyed a very good season as the varsity won the Hockomock League title with a 7-0-1 record in league play. Coach Jerry Cullen said before the season, " We will surprise a lot of people. " Stoughton certainly did; most observers expected them to finish in the middle of the pack. Randolph 14, Stoughton 7 The Knights suffered this disappointing loss in a tie- breaker, as the game was tied after regulation time. Stoughton 14, Mansfield 7 Jim O ' Neill tossed a touchdown pass to John Peterson with ten seconds left to clinch this win. Stoughton 13, Oliver Ames 0 Chuck Vuytowecz The Knight defense stopped OA completely as Bucklin and Steve Kelly scored for SHS. Stoughton 20, North Attleboro 14 Chuck Vuytowecz scored two touchdowns and passed for another to be named " Player of the Week " . The win was a big upset as the Knights defeated the two-time Division 3 champions. Stoughton 24, Sharon 7 O ' Neill completed 13 of 18 passes for 224 yards to lead the Knights over the Eagles. Stoughton 29, Foxboro 0 Homecoming Day was celebrated in a downpour, but SHS wasn ' t all wet as they routed the Warriors. Taunton 25, Stoughton 22 The Knights came back from a 25-14 deficit, and had a chance to win with a minute left, but an interception f cost Stoughton its second loss. Stoughton 41, King Philip 13 KP ' s Homecoming Day was ruined as the Knights bombarded them. Vuytowecz scored on a kick return of 85 yards and a run of 63. Stoughton 42, Franklin 0 The Knights clinched the league title, led by Vuyto- wecz, who scored 36 points and rushed for 145 yards. Once again, he was " Player of the Week. " Stoughton 0, Canton 0 The 50th Thanksgiving Day game was played in a cold, windy rainstorm that caused funbles. A fumble at the Canton one cost the Knights the win with 20 seconds left. 82 Back coach Bill Powell, JV coach Steve Woodruff, Head Coach )erry Cullen, and Line coach Jeff Fanning VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY FRESHMAN Stoughto n Opponent Stoughton Opponent Stoughton Opponent 7 Randolph 14 14 Randolph 0 0 Mansfield 14 14 Mansfield 7 8 Mansfield 6 6 Oliver Ames 0 13 Oliver Ames 0 14 Oliver Ames 8 0 North Attleboro 22 20 North Attleboro 14 16 North Attleboro 6 2 Sharon 8 24 Sharon 7 30 Sharon 6 2 Foxboro 6 29 Foxboro 0 16 Foxboro 8 0 King Philip 30 22 Taunton 25 6 King Philip 0 0 Franklin 20 41 King Philip 13 20 Franklin 14 16 Canton 20 42 Franklin 0 0 Canton 0 Overall record 1-7 0 Canton 0 League record 7-0-1 League record 7-0-1 Overall record 8-0-1 Overall record 7-2-1 Knight backfield in motion 83 f i I Marlene Solito serves Mr. Anthony Sarno (StuC Advisor) as Katie McCann looks on. SKETTI SUPPER Waiting for customers are Elaine O ' Donnell, Mary dePina, Elizabeth Harkins, and Alberta Silva loan Power eats her spaghetti in a most unusual way. (photo: Marcia Romanuck) Waitresses Maureen Lynch, Eileen Doherty, and lane Rocci hard at work Waitresses Stephanie Anastas, Maureen Lynch, and Kris LeClaire wait as Kevin Laurie (president) dishes out spaghetti 84 I Laura Noren and Elaine O ' Donnell help out with publicity. Mr. Leonard Cidado (Class of ' 76 advisor) enjoys his meal, (photo: Manny Almeida) The annual Spaghetti Supper, sponsored by the Senior Class was held October 25, after the homecoming game. Due to the rain the Spaghetti Supper was not a financial success. The seniors felt it was an enjoyable experience and they worked hard together giving much time and effort to the function. Brooks Bartlett and |ohn Carabatsos clean up. (Photo: Almeido) iane Leffas certainly enjoyed r spaghetti, (photo: Susan jggiero) Mark Conti helps out at 78 Pizza Supper Pizza is served! Sophomores enjoy their first supper 1 Jim Dalton cleans up after supper. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD Seated: Rick Vita, president, Margaret Sano, treasurer; Miss Kathleen Crimmons, advisor; Joanne Huber, secretary; judy Gallagher, vice president. Second row: Filomena Silva, Kathy Viola, loanne Klim, Dean Rapoza, Michael Walsh, Kevin McCarthy, and Mike Kramer Third row: Karen Hinchcliffe, Maryanne Buckley, Robin Berg, Tricia LeClaire, Cindy Ness, Lily McKenzie, jane-Ellen Tamul, and Sue Duross SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD Seated: Brenda Doherty, Pam Callizio, Mary Theresa Kelleher, Ellen Sal let, Linda Sacramona. Second row: joanne White, Allison Kelly, Sarah Ann Lynch, Rolf Ruben, Debbie Driscoll, Mark Conti. Third Row: Brian Heffernan, Kelly Lyons, jean Kolinski, Alisa Aronson, Donna Davis, Andrea Anastas, Bob Flaherty. Pizza Supper photography by Mario Teixeira Ann Hopkins, Paula McGarvey and Terry Ott winning play. (Photo: Almeida) in " Sally and Sam, " freshman THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER, sophomore entry. (Photo: John Mills) Steve Small and Bob Stack in junior play " Infancy " (Photo: Mills) luror Maureen Lynch in senior play " Came " (Photo: Almeida) Distinguished Award Winners in the 1975 Tournament of Plays: Kneeling, Claudia Sweeney 77, Bob Stack 77, Steve Small 77, and Brendon Myers ' 79. Standing: Paula McGarvey 79, Scott )ardin 76, Laura Noren 76, and Kevin Rolt 79. Below, Scott Jardin in 76 production of " GAME " (Photo. Manny Almeida) Laura Noren 87 STUDENT COUNCIL Fifties Dance October 11, 1975 Tricia Kelleher and Dave Cachopa dance to the sounds of the 50s. (Photo: Marlene Greg Hill, Pete McGrail, and Chris Boyatzis Solito) anticipate Betty tou (Photo: Solito) Officers and Advisor " Blast from the Past, " the Student Council ' s annual Fifties Dance was held on Oct. 11. Roaring sounds of the Fifties ech- oed through the Cafe to the music of " Dale and the Duds, " who pro- vided a real 50s atmosphere for those who attempted such dances as the Twist, Stroll, and the Bunny Hop. At the end of a fun-filled evening, the following prizes were awarded: Best Dancers, Dave Pope and Mau- reen Lynch; Greasiest, john Baptista; Most Original, Ken Horn and Diane Driscoll; Teen Angel, Eric Bradbury; Betty Lou Award, Tricia Kelleher. StuC took over the concession stand during the football season. Members were responsible for set- ting up, selling, and cleaning up af- ter each football game. Front row: Lisa Polvinen, recording secretary; Mr Anthony Sarno, advisor; Patricia Kelleher, president; Rear row: |ohn Carabatsos, treasurer; Andrea Bedard, corresponding secretary; Greg Hill, vice-president 88 Majorettes twirl between halves. (The Majorettes and the Drill Team co-sponsored " Half Time Hustle " on November 22.) i trdin LU-spunso fl B SUFFER 77 Rain-soaked Knight leaves Canton game Thanksgiving Day. luniors initiate the first Lasagna Supper in SHS History on Nov 14 (Photo Corinne Maioli) A volunteer rally that succeeded saluted a winning team on November 26. 89 Dave Sweeney preps for track Jeannette Doyle exhorts fans at rally Kerri Hanna, Denise Packard strut smartly on gloomy day Managing Class of 1978 were (front row) Miss Kathleen Crimmins, advisor; Rick Vita, president; |udy Gallagher, vice-president; (rear) Margaret Sano, treasurer; JoAnn Huber, secretary. American Studies students welcomed parents to a display involvmg early Stoughton history as part of humanities programs (Photo: Dan B ) 90 A successful championship season came to a muddy end as Stoughton and Canton tied in the fiftieth game in their traditional rivalry NOVEMBER NOTES ... Investigations: FBI came under attack for aiding cover-up; Pos- sible conspiracy and cover-up of assassinations of previous decade (John and Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King) were re-examined ... In- ternational: Death of Franco (dictator of Spain for 40 years) brought king to that country; Lebanon wracked by warfare betwen Moslems and Christians; Detente (calling for co-exis- tence with Russia) came under fire as U.S. policy; Angola (African country freed from Por- tugese control after centuries) became next conflict area as outside powers poured in men, munitions and money to three groups fighting to take over; Controversy erupted over Arab resolution at U.N. in attempt to discredit Israel by equating Zionism with Racism. LIBRARY LORE On any given day, a visit to the library will show you students . . . searching the card catalogue . . . looking for a text in the open stacks . . . browsing through the magazine section . . . studying with aid of research texts . . . utilizing newly-acquired audio-visual materials 91 VARSITY FOOTBALL Front row: )ohn Peterson, Don Manuel, Steve Kelly, Kevin Laurie, Jon Totman, George Batte, Captain Barry Bucklin, Phil Clough, Tom Buckley, john Kane, Mike Driscoll, Dave Cachopa. Second row: Greg Jackman, Mario Solimine, Mike Valenti, Bill Brill, Ken Horn, Mike Fischer, Rick Smith, Vin Maffeo, justin Locke, Dennis Driscoll. Rear row: Chuck Vuytowecz, lerry Galizio, Mike Cogran, Gerry Kezer, Chris Boyatzis, Ed Heggie, Jim O ' Neill, Mark McGillvary The league champion Knights placed six players on the Hocko- mock League Ail-Star Team. Three seniors were named: Chuck Vuytowecz at running back, Phil Clough as a tight end, and at defensive guard, Mike Driscoll. The three juniors who made the squad included Jim O ' Neill at quarterback, defensive guard, jer- ry Galizio, and Mike Cogran at linebacker. The Stoughton repre- sentatives were the most for any team in the league. fell Dennis Driscoll George Batte Mario Solimine Ken Horn Chuck Vuytowecz Rick Smith Mike Driscoll lohn Kane Bill Brill M:ke Fischer 92 JUNIOR VARSITY Front row: Steve Muldoon, Frank Papsadore, Nick Carofiles, Steve Snyder, Bob Flaherty, Dave Denneno, Steve Schillinger, Keith McGillvary, Steve Moriarty, Mark Green, Paul Freeman, Second row: Eric Bamberg, Peter King, john Connolly, Brian Barer, )ay Valenti, Bob Campbell, )ohn Conway, Bob Galanis, Fred Brill Rear row: Tom Packard, Dave Hadley, Bill Cotter, Gary Eagles, Larry Smith, )ohn Wells, Ron Bowyer The Junior Varsity won the league title for the second year in a row with an impressive 8-0-1 record. Come-from-behind wins against Mansfield and Foxboro and a de- fense that racked up four shutouts and gave up only 42 points high- lighted the year. The freshmen were disappointed in 1975 as they could only win one out of eight games. Their only win came against Oliver Ames, when Mark Agostini ' s 60-yard run set up David Ireland ' s touchdown run. Their offense just couldn ' t get going as they were shut out four times. " Get off my back " FRESHMEN FOOTBALL Front row: Coach Roger Dawe, John Kane, Craig Kosinski, Ron McDonald, Ray Karavetsos, Todd Anderson, Jay Donnelly, John Donnelly, Fran Rizzitano, Coach John Downs. Second row: Steve Masiello, Rich Mankevich, Rick Lennon, Murray Miller, Michael Tepper, Andy Denneno, Chuck Breen, Scott Carrara. Rear row: Kevin Hanley, Steve Gabriel, David Smith, Paul Hammond, Dave Smith, Wally Smith, Jimmy Jordan, Donald McHugh Fourth Row: Matt Shannon, David Ireland, Danny Gaultier, Joe Dawe, Mark Agostini, Eric Kane, Jeff Wilson, Mike Lanza Ricky Lennon, Mary Szum, Kathy Clough, Mary Kennedy, and advisor John Barrett (as Greg Hill stirs the sauce) hands Philip lacobacci busy in the kitchen. (Photo: Corinne Maioli) pitchers (Photo: Kathie Clough) CLASS OF 1977 OFFICERS AND ADVISORS Front row: Mr. Philip lacobacci, Miss Helen Lynch; Eric Maltman, president; Rear row: Donna DiStefano, secretary; Karen DeMello, vice-president; Lynne Dostoomian, treasurer. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: Mary Ann Tobin, Linda Mulholland, Kathie Clough, Ann Lorenz, )ane Burke, Linda Palmer. Second row: Miss Helen Lynch (advisor), Donna Toomey, Linda Lubowitz, Rhonda Goodman, Mary Kennedy, Chris Boyatzis, Alan Kershaw. Third row: Eric Maltman, Rita Azevedo, Kerri Hanna, Steve Manson, Corinne Maioli. Rear row: Lynne Dostoomian, Donna DiStefano, Karen DeMello, Patty Batte, Becky Rodrigues, Dave Belliveau, Bob DiMatteo. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: Donna Hudson, Terri Silva, Diana Minuitti, Mandy Kourafas, Barbara Carlsen, Joyce Livingstone. Rear row: Mr. Philip lacobacci, (advisor) Sherryl Franklin, Debbie Brennen, Sandy Parandes, Marlene Krowski, Cathy Murphy, June Bresner, Jean Burnie. Rear row: Bob Stack, Robin Rolt, Shelley Soncrant. 95 DIANE GELLY (co-captain) MAJORETTES Front row: Diane Gel ly, Renee Vita (co-captains); Second row: Kathy Clough 77, Diane Mavrelion, Denise Packard; Third row: Elizabeth Cox, Margie Wyndham, Ginger Gooley, Kerri Hanna 77; Rear row: Carole Toomey, Cindy Ness 78, Laurel Wilson, Andrea Bedard, layne Rocci. MAJORETTES RENEE VITA (co-captain) Top: Elizabeth Cox, Ginger Gooley, Diane Mavrelion, Denise Packard; Bottom: layne Rocci, Carole Toomey, Laurel Wilson, Margie Wyndham. 96 DRILL TEAM Priscilla Myers keeps the spirit even in the rain. to . „ orm , u DRILL TEAM Mitzi Seipione, Paula Myers, Robbie Hanna, Anita Werkowski, Theresa Burley, Debbie Hearney, Karen Cotti, Kathi Allen, Michelle lackson, Sharon Stetson, Susan Mooney, Cathy McCrath, Cindy Hansler, Maryann Foley, Karen Karney, Monica Klim. Foreground: Mary DePina (captain). ! i ' f ? We i ' m k - f J 8 Majorettes and Drill Team as " raindrops keep falling on their heads. " 97 HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS Front row: Jane Burke (Co-Capt), Kris LeClaire, Lorraine Mulligan (Capt.) Linda McNally, Kathy Holmes (Co-Capt). Rear row: Julie Weber, Gail Klim, Alice McAvoy, Kary LeClaire. For the first time Stoughton High School posted two cheerleading squads. In addition to the existing group, which cheered at football and basketball games, a new squad was established to stimulate spirit at hockey games. Kris LeClaire Judy Cowgil All work and no play, makes for a very dull day. Phys-Ed instructor, Jerry Cullen reviews day ' s roster with Mike Cogran as Peter Colburn surveys gym activities. (Inset) Mr. Charles. Meroth literally has one of his charges standing on his head. Lisa Polvi- nen goes for a high one. Ellen Sano comes to the rescue and Shirley Knox cheers in the rear. Pep Band provided just that at basketball games: Scott )ardin, Bill Couglin, Maureen Lynch, Rick Vita, )im Harding, Cordon Cay. (Photo: Mario Teixeira) Squaring the circle? Informal meeting of the Math Competition Team: Steve Small, Ellen Grainey, Donna Feingold, Scott Jardin, Stuart Liber, Margaret Sano, Mr Robert Kellogg (advisor), Dean Rapoza. Instant replay for DECEMBER ... Controversy: Right-to-live or who — decides came before the public in New Jersey as couple asked to " pull the plug " on daughter suffering from brain damage, and in Boston as doctor was found guilty in abortion case; busing to achieve integration in educa- tion was met with violence throughout country, particu- larly Boston . . . Terrorism, in- cluding bombings and kidnap- pings, all over the world ... Politics: Pres. Ford, stumbling over a poorly-handled purge in cabinet and other posts, faced new challenge in bid for re- election, as conservative Ron- ald Reagan announced for office. Hallway traffic means that you have to dodge and duck T ' was the Night of all Knights and all were dancing to the sounds of the Golden Chords at the Winter Dance. Rapt in thought . . . Teacher and taught . . . Creative expression . . . - me intervention . . . Not men from Mars but woodworking class wearing protective gear . . . 101 CHESS CLUB Front row: Peter Howe, Mrs. Thea Kaufman (advisor), Larry Thomas. Rear row: John Baptista, Walter Bamberg, Fred Boos, Greg Stenstrom, Peter Hall, Richard Mankavech THE INTERNATIONAL CLUB Front row: Mandy Kourafas, Donna Feingold, Sally Valadao, Sherryl Franklin, Tina Fezio. Second row: Alisa Aronson, Donna Hudson, Corinne Maioli, Sandy Parandes, Debbie Brennan. Third row: Robin Rolt, Joyce Livingstone, Maureen Berkowski, Lesa McCarvey, Angela Bettencourt. Fourth row: Julie Aronson, Claudia Sweeney, Alberta Silva, Olivine Clifford, Katie Simms. Rear row: Mary Ellen Loughnane. SKI CLUB Front row: Brian Barer, Frank Papsadore, Patrick Nickerson, Frannie Cole, John Nicholson, Maureen Lynch, Marcia Romanuck, Sue Duross, Becky Rodrigues, Kathy Clough, Robin Rolt, Denise O ' Donnell, Diana Doherty, Denise Packard, Eleanor O ' Donnell, Marlene Krowski Second row: Jeff Howland, Greg Hill, Eileen Sperandio, Marlene Solito, Donna Toomey, Donna Griffin, Kerri Hanna, Deanna Daly, Diane Doucette, Lynn Dostoomian, Shelley Soncrant; Rear row: Jerry Howland, Gene Doucette, Brooks Bartlett, Steve May, Scott Mac, Danny McDonald, Jeff Johnson, Eileen Farrell, Chester Rogers, Linda Mulholland, Mr. Donald Bernier (advisor), Andrea Bedard. Mike McDonald serves punch to Susan Davis, Katie McCann and Kevin Laurie. WINTER DANCE December 20, 1975 9 ■«T " Mr. (George Batte) and Mrs. (Stephanie Anastas) Claus do the bump. Connie Silva and |ohn Teixeira. IC SENIOR CLASS PLAY Tryouts . . . Call backs . . . Rehearsals . . . Gillie . . . " Alright everyone, find a pair of fatigues that will fit you " . . . Hawkeye, Trapper, Henry, Duke, Frank, Hotlips, Radar, Ho)on ... " Sheila Baby " Miss Sheila Cilligan (Plan Director) " Use your mouth . . . your lips . . . your teeth . . . your tongue . . . your jaws . . . Enunciate " . . . Get away from me, Carrot . . . Project . . . Try it again . . . Jimmy, Shut Up! He ' s got Legg ' s! " Through early morning fog I see visions of the things to be, the pain which was withheld from me, I realize and I can see, that suicide is painless, it brings on many changes, and I can take or leave it if I please. " Hawkeye Pierce (Scott jardin) examined by Major Ruth Haskell (Pam Conti ) 104 Everybody gets into make-up just before showtime. December 5-6, 1975 General Hamilton Hartmgton Hammond (Dave Cachopa). The show draws closer . . . Dress Re- hearsal . . . The night has arrived . . . Somebody stole my cat! . . . How do you make a mermaid trap? - You make it like a lobster trap — only big- ger . . . Doctor, show him the nurse . . . Oh, shut up ... Goodbye Hawkeye and Duke . . . Show ' s over, and it was fantastic! . . . Thank you Miss G. and Mr. Cid. Last minute studying Photos by Marlene Solito 76 Katie McCann is made-up by Marci Goodman 105 Front row: Atwell Williams, lane Coogan, Robert Rich, Joanne Giordano, Danna DiPoli. Second row: Lloyd Tennen, John Mills, Kathy Allen, Monica Azevedo, Laura Noren, Rita Azevedo, GiGi McKee. Third row: Keith Howard, Carolyn Curtis, Steve Small, John Carabotsos, Kris LeClaire, Claudia Sweeney, Denise Packard. Rear row: Ellen Sano, Margaret Sano, Robin Rolt, Steve Copley, Ronnie Azevedo. THESPIAN SOCIETY TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS WINNING (FRESHMAN) CAST Front row: Ann Hopkins, Debbie Heeley, Paula McGarvey, Ken Rolt, Brendan Myers, Jeff Marden. Second row: Cindy Hemeon, Tony Koker, Loren Stolow, Joanne Musman, Valerie Noren, Carolyn Benson. Rear row: Ellie Rovner, Lynn McDonnell, Paula Belliveau, Margie Cabral, Robin Bingamon, Ann Coulombe, Carmen Hagman. DRAMATICS WSHS STAFF Front row: Brendan Myers, Scott Jardin, Mike Werkowski. Rear row: Mike Coffin, Jeffery Cohen, CiCi McKee, head of morning programs; Cindy Smith, Lloyd Tennen, station manager. Not present: Laura Noren, head of announcements. E205 . . . rehearsals . . . painting . . . cleaning the scene shop and wood dock - finally! . . . Booth 27 at Friendly ' s . . . cast parties . . . Drama Festival . . . Student Faculty Variety Show postponed and postponed and . . . Next ... Children ' s Theatre ... Drama III productions . . . Experimental Theatre . . . Summer Theatre (the Original Company, the New Company) . . . " Act well your part; there all honor lies. " In Stoughton High dramatics, backstage crews are as important as the on-stage performers. Lorri McGarvey applies make-up. 107 MUSIC SEMSBA (BAND) AUDITION WINNERS Front row: Billy Coug ' hlin, Mike Cerri, Atwell Williams; Rear row: Bob Binns, |im Hardine BAND SENIORS Front: Scott Jardin, )im Harding, Billy Coughlin; Rear: Kris LeClaire, Maureen Lynch, Carolyn Curtis, Danny McDonald, Cordon Gay BAND OFFICERS Front row: Dean Rapoza (woodwind section leader), Maureen Lynch (secretary), Scott Jardin (uniform manager), Bill Coughlin (brass section leader); Rear row: Gordon Gay (percussion section leader). Scott Lee (freshmen representative), Jim Harding (president) Billy Coughlin performs at Winter Concert STAGE BAND Front row: Gordon Gay, Al Shapiro, Peter Colburn, James Lowden, Scott Jardin, Bill Coughlin, Atwell Williams; Rear row: Jim Harding, Dave Wilson, Danny Fichera, Brad Holiday, Mike Cerri, Rick Vita, Steve Small, Maureen Lynch, Dean Rapoza, Stuart Gay 108 JAZZ CHORUS Front row: Debbie Fergus, Keith Howard, David Wasserman, Cordon Gay, Stuart Gay, Carolyn Curtis; Rear row: John Baptista, Cathy Murphy, Ginny Homer, Mary Klim, Kathy Seery. J CHORUS OFFICERS Front: Mary Klim, Jean Curtis, Howard Nonnamacher, Rear: Carla Ambrose, Ginny Homer, Carolyn Curtis, Atwell Williams SEMSBA (VOCAL) AUDITION WINNERS Front: Gini Homer, Gordon Gay, Stuart Gay; Rear: John Baptista, Pat Bowker GIRLS CHORUS Front row: Janice Hamilton, Marilyn Goulston, JoAnn Kelly, Judy Hayes, Donna Medeiros, Cindy Green, Lorna Hall, Michelle Smith. Second row: Carolyn Benson, Margaret Sterns, Robbie Hanna, Margie Cabral, Mary Ellen Dean, Heather Mclnnis, Carol Cronin, Lorraine Gabriel. Third row: Leslie LeBrun, Noreen Callahan, Paula Belliveau, Robin Bingamon, Lisa Audlea, Jean Curtis, Monica Klim. Rear row: Darlene Garrick, Sheila Farrell, Brenda Daniels, Gini Homer. MIXED CHORUS Front row: Michelle Jackson, Sharon Stetson, Margie Spicer, Noreen McGrath, Carolyn Curtis, Mary Klim, Kathy Viola, Kathy Seery. Second row: Louise Carbone, Chris Mann, Susan Mooney, Liza Finn, Robin Cameron, Jackie Courteau, Glenda Meeks, Loretta Powers. Third row: Karen Martin, Linda Nowe, Debbie Fergus, Louise Parrin, Joanne Smith, Janet Clifford, Dianne Kelley, Beverly Smith. Fourth row: Jackie Davis, Donna DiPoli, Ann Tsinzo, Gini Homer, Ann Spragno, Marci Goodman, Pat Bowker, Mary Calibani. Fifth row: Kenny Horn, John Baptista, Stuart Gray, Len Branccachio, Tricia LeClaire, Robin Anderson, Kathy Murphy, Robin Bodeto. Sixth row: Ed Lane, Kevin McPhearson, Dave Wasserman, Lloyd Tennen, Gordon Gray, Atwell Williams. AH, SWEET VICTORY! Winning Seasons Loom For Knight Winter Teams was the headline in the SHS Knight . . . How true a forecast was revealed as the winter season rolled on ... basketball and hockey made state tourneys and performed well before bowing out; wrestlers had their best dual meet season; indoor track won the first pen- nant in SHS history. JANUARY JOTTINGS ... Business: leaders (political and business) met and sought means to end the global slump and the potential conflict be- tween rich and poor nations; New York City was saved from financial doom by federal financial support but still had troubles; Christmas business did show an upturn; the Bicentennial provided a boom to the enterprising merchant, to the dismay of many who complained of commercialism; the U.S. Postal Serv- ice tried to alleviate its deficit with a postage increase to 13 cents ... Big scandal in 1976 was revelation of big industry payoffs to world and domestic leaders . . . Rights: Details disclosed of Russian torture of dis- senters; women ' s rights still a point on conflict; debate on dangers from new nuclear plants . . . Poverty: still besetting world was starvation and poverty . . . Photo: F. E. Maioli The musicians were busy at year ' s end. Following the Winter ' s Concert (above), was mammoth Southeast Music Educators Festival, which kicked off Stoughton ' s 250th Anniversary celebration (top). Mr. Ron Christanson (left) coordinated exchange concert with Millis High. NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Kenneth Fitzpatrick Carolyn Curtis Scott Jardin 1 1 1 VARSITY TRACK Front row: Assistant Coach Bob Tosca, Tom Mone, Stuart Barer, |ohn Carabatsos, Captain Bob Ivaldi, Barry Bucklin, Steve Kelly, Ronald Frank, Coach Charles Green. Second row: Jim Kelly, Keith Hemeon, Dave Sweeney, Gerry Kezer, Dave Belliveau, Frank Papsadore, John Fullerton, Robby Mclnnis. Third row: |im Bertram, Andy Czyras, Peter Colburn, Peter McGrail. Rear r ow: Manager Marlene Solito, Walter lennmgs, )im Lowden, Manager Kathy Martel Robby Mclnnis Barry Bucklin Ronald Frank Dave Sweeney lohn Fullerton 1 12 IUNIOR VARSITY TRACK Front row: Assistant Coach Bob Tosca, John Schillmger, Steve LeBlanc, Atwell Williams, Steve Sallerson, Coach Charles Green; Second row: Charlie Single, Dan Rose, |oe Allen, |oe Loughnane, Greg Stenstrom; Third row: Charles Fischer, |ohn Fitzpatrick, Andrew Mclnnis. Rear row: Managers Marlene Solito and Kathy Martel Coach Green points the way to success. Stoughton garnered its first winter track championship in history with a great 1975-76 season. Coach Charles Green ' s team swept through the league schedule, assuring the title with a dra- matic 48-38 win over Franklin. The win was not decided until the last race and was a sort of revenge, as the Warriors thwarted many Knight title threats in the past few years. The year was cap- ped off by a first place finish in the Hockomock League Meet. SCOREBOARD Stoughton Opponent 66 North Attleboro 20 55 Mansfield 31 57 Foxboro 29 •48 Canton 38 54 King Phillip 32 62.5 Oliver Ames 18.5 74 Sharon 12 48 Franklin }8 Season Record 8-0 I 13 VARSITY BASKETBALL Front row: Eric Jardine, Steve Carter, Mike Shapiro, jerry Busby, Coach Don Edmonston; Second row: Mark Tamul, Jim O ' Neill, Phil Clough, Dennis Driscoll, Myron Calender; Rear row: Ken Sawyer, Chuck Vuytowecz, Steve McPherson, Deene Jordan, Fred Little BASKETBALL Mark Tamul Eric Jardine Phil Clough Fred Little Ken Sawyer Mike Shapiro Chuck Vuytowecz Steve McPherson Dennis Driscoll 1 14 The varsity basketball team re- bounded to make the Eastern Mas- sachusetts post-season tournament after a year ' s absence. Coach Don Edmonston ' s squad finished with a 12-6 mark, 11-5 in the Hockomock League. That was good for fourth- place, just one game behind the second-place finishers. In the state tournament, SHS lost in the opening round to Boston Eng- lish, last year ' s Division I State title- holders. IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front row: Mark Haron, Keith McCillvary, Larry Smith, Peter Galanis, Coach Warner Bucklin; Rear row Mario Teixeira, Bill Cotter, Steve Monarty, Kevin Whittington Stoughton VARSITY Opponent Stoughton IUNIOR VARSITY Opponent Stoughton FRESHMEN Opponent 92 Martha ' s Vineyard 69 39 North Attleboro 49 39 Oliver Ames 77 74 North Attleboro 55 32 Franklin 61 43 North Attleboro 71 61 Franklin 66 46 Foxboro 39 49 Franklin 48 77 Foxboro 54 36 Canton 43 61 Foxboro 41 50 Canton 55 45 Sharon 47 46 Canton 53 69 Sharon 44 56 King Phillip 30 45 Sharon 50 71 King Phillip 65 52 Mansfield 37 50 King Phillip 52 82 Mansfield 59 49 Oliver Ames 63 68 Mansfield 57 63 Oliver Ames 73 45 North Attleboro 43 40 Oliver Ames 70 61 North Attleboro 54 34 Franklin 39 26 North Attleboro 64 77 Franklin 69 80 Foxboro 48 41 Franklin 47 42 Foxboro 41 60 Canton 61 57 Foxboro 38 48 Canton 57 47 Sharon 49 61 Canton 59 68 Sharon 67 38 King Phillip 44 42 Sharon 64 90 King Phillip 73 63 Mansfield 53 48 King Phillip 43 89 Mansfield 58 50 Durfee 70 40 Mansfield 56 54 Durfee 75 55 Oliver Ames 41 Season Record 7-9 62 Oliver Ames League Record 12-6 Season Record 11-5 72 League Record 7-9 Season Record 7-10 Tournament 58 Boston English 67 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Front row: jerry Hill, Larry Peter, Vinny Gouvalaris, Eddy Grady, Mike McKinnon, Mike Tepper, Lou Quattrucci. Rear row: Duke )ordan, Steve Gabriel, )oe Dawe, Ralph Quattrucci, Mike Minuitti, Bill Palmer, Mark Agustini, Larry Zadra, Coach Burnes DeVaughn 115 GIRLS BASKETBALL VARSITY Front row: Coach John Douglas, Valerie Washburn, Co-Capt. Mary Diggs, Co-Capt. Wanda Hamm, janis Kosinski. Second row: Deanette Jordan, Lynn Dostoomian, Laverne Smith, Robin Ricci. Rear row: Denise Fraser, Carol Wheeler The girls ' varsity bas- ketball team was pre- dicted to be a winner and they set out to prove just that. Ending the season with an 11-6 overall record, the team finish- ed fourth in the stand- ings, but the record doesn ' t show the games that were lost by one, two and three points. Stoughton had a strong team this year. They always managed to beat highly favored clubs and stay within easy reach of first and second place. Led by the high scoring Mary Diggs, named to the All- Star team, Stoughton always managed to come through in the clutch. Mary Diggs Carol Wheeler Wanda Hamm jams Kosinski Stoughton GIRLS VARSITY Opponent 37 King Phillip 32 46 Mansfield 22 41 Oliver Ames 16 30 Martha ' s Vineyard 29 41 North Attleboro 33 46 Frank lin 39 49 Foxboro 44 36 Canton 48 37 Sharon 41 39 King Phillip 42 40 Mansfield 16 48 Oliver Ames 34 32 North Attleboro 22 42 Franklin 34 34 Foxboro 53 31 Canton 61 42 Sharon 53 League Record 10-6 Season Record 11-6 Deannette lordan saves that ball ' JUNIOR VARSITY Stoughton GIRLS JAYVEE Opponent 27 King Phillip 15 35 Mansfield 18 24 Oliver Ames 13 17 North Attleboro 24 20 Franklin 21 19 Foxboro 21 34 Canton 14 15 Sharon 16 26 King Phillip 14 15 Mansfield 14 28 Oliver Ames 29 6 North Attleboro 23 17 Franklin 33 34 Foxboro 30 26 Canton 37 20 Sharon 29 Season Record 7-9 Front row: Coach |ohn Douglas, Diane Doucette, Linda Sacramona, Nancy Batte, Cheryl Howes, Coach Barbara Batchelder Rear row: Lynne )ardin, Barbara McPherson, janet Roche, Betty Flaherty, Patti McCarthy. Co-Capt. Mary Diggs goes up for a shot 117 WRESTLING VARSITY Front row: Mark Troki, Steve Muldoon, Dane White, Chris Boyatzis, Jim Cheverie, Jim Dalton, Coach Steve Woodruff. Second row: Steve Kosinski, Peter Canavan, Tom Buckley, Steve Schillinger, Mark McCillivary, Mike Dostoomian, David Cachopa Stoughton VARSITY Opponent 24 Waltham 22 33 Newton 18 41 Quincy 15 66 Randolph 3 14 Stoughton 12 28 Bridge water-R ay nham 27 35 Catholic Memorial 26 30 No. Quincy 18 41 Weymouth 22 37 Franklin 18 34 Durfee 22 51 Foxboro 9 20 Needham 39 35 Weymouth No. 24 25 Newton So. 23 40 Middleboro 8 35 Scituate 24 20 Dedham 28 Season Record: 15-3 (Tom Buckley was a finalist in the State Tournament) Dave Cachopa Tom Buckley Mike Dostoomian Dane White IB The Stoughton High wrestling team compiled the most successful record of any team in the history of its sport. It lost only three meets, placed fifth in the regional meet, and placed several individuals in the state meet. JUNIOR VARSITY Front row: Robert Conway, Tim Eastman, Craig Kosinski, Mark O ' Neill, Bill Harren, Kevin Hanley. Rear row: Robert Perry, Eric Bamberg, Chris Pernock, Don McHugh, Doug Lewis, Coach Peter Everett. VARSITY First row: Don Boc, John Muldoon, Mike Dineen, Mark Rodrigues, Kevin LaPorte, )ohn Hardiman, Peter McKay, Dave Catalano. Second row: Mike Bishop, Mike Walsh, Bronco McCarthy, Al Fairbairn, Fred Simms, Tom Monahan, Mike Kramer, Jerry Galizio, Bob McGrath, Kevin Callanan, Bob Sullivan, |ohn Barrett, Coach Ray O ' Malley HOCKEY Bob McGrath Bronco McCarthy Kevin Callanan 120 |ohn Muldoon Al Fairbairn Fred Simms COACHES Front row: ).V. Coach Joe Powers; Head Coach Ray O ' Malley; Rear: Scout Brian Murphy; Freshman Coach Bill Condon; Scout Mike Cavanaugh Stoughton VARSITY Opponent 3 Falmouth 3 2 Barnstable 2 9 Millis 1 6 North Attleboro 4 8 Blue Hills 1 3 Franklin 7 4 King Phillip 1 8 Southeastern 1 4 Canton 3 1 Oliver Ames 2 7 Dover Sherborn 3 3 North Attleboro 1 9 South Shore 2 4 Franklin 4 7 King Philip 1 3 Holliston 0 1 Canton 4 2 Oliver Ames 0 League Record 12-3-3 Playoffs 5 Franklin 8 4 Oliver Ames 1 Season Record 13-4-3 Tournament 4 Bishop Connelly 0 9 Provincetown 2 4 Hull 8 Tournament 2-1 Continued success is the way to describe the hockey season. The icemen made the tournament for the third year in a row. Stoughton finished second behind champion Canton in the Hockomock Division of the Southeastern League. The Knights went into the tourney with an excellent 13-4-3 league record. There, they won two and lost one. First line on attack: Bob McGrath, Bronco McCarthy and Kevin LaPorte I2l • • • • ii: ' Mill! I • • • • • • ::: ; hi :1 t:::mr::::::::::: .... :;?!! « :: • ■ a • •••• • I t::::s • ••i • ••• :::: :|fi| « a - " : y " : ' ;::H::a« iiiil ' " ' " " ' Not a surrealistic movie, nor a cell for punishment of school " delinquents " . . . merely, the " cage " into which they place (Joe) McDonald ' s Marauders and his precious new A-V eauiDment Ah . . . February . . . Valentine ' s Day . . . and Heart Month . . . A true yearbook must reflect the fads and fashions, the style of the day, and for those of you who read this in 1999, here ' s what the well-dressed SHS students wore back in the good old days of 1976 . . . A severe cold January (two days no-school because of snow) was followed by an unusually warm FEB- RUARY ... In Ulster (Northern Ire- land) senseless killings continued in the bitter war between the Protes- tant and Catholic extremists ... In California, the trail of heiress Patty Hearst for participating in the illegal activities of a radical group which originally had kidnapped her, took the headlines. Leaks (not the wet kind) were of concern; no how confidential the document, it still managed to find its way into the press . . . The election campaign started with the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire ... In Stoughton, selectmen instituted an 11 p.m. curfew to curb " teen-age violence. " SENIOR SUPERLATIVES MISS STOUGHTON FINALISTS Stoughton High students involved in Miss Stoughton pageant, sponsored in connection with the Bicentennial Celebration were (front) Laura Noren, Mona McKinnon, Maureen Lynch, Albert Silva, (rear) Linda Powers, Marcia Romanuck, Ginger Cooley, Denise Packard. Kathy Sidebottom was chosen as Miss Stoughton at the pageant on March 7. Runners-up were Mona McKinnon, Maureen Lynch, Albert Silva, and Patti Tobin SHS PHOTOGRAPHY SOCffiTY Front row: |ohn Mills, Mark Trocki, Marlene Solito, Manny Almeida, Mario Teixeira. Second row: Ed Musmon, Ron Azevedo, )udy Kavanagh, Lorraine Mulligan, )ohn Carabatsos, Marcia Romanuck, Rich McLaughlin, Rich O ' Connell. Rear row: Dan Banis, Richard Kelly, Karen Spritzer, Carolyn Ogar. (Photo: F. E. Maioli, Society advisor) GYMNASTICS ALBERTA SILVA Co-Captain Front row: Co-Captain Connie Volpe, Co-Captain Alberta Silva, Co-Captain Bunny Hopkins. Second row: Coach Michelle Foley, Barbara Rush, Loren Stolow, Mary Ann Buckley, Joni Blatt, Allison Kelly, Kathy Phillips, Tern Ott, Donna McCarter. Third row: Louise Carbone, Donna Davis, Miriam Goulston, Maureen McKinnon, Darlene Levey, Pam Galizio, Denise Downey, Peggy Costello, lanet McGillvary, Chris Buckley Hard work and discipline is finally paying off, for the girls gymnastics team has become a winner. After years of training, the effort and talent put forth can be seen by the girls when they per- form. Losing only three seniors, the team will be in contention for many years to come. The team has many underclassmen that provide hope for the future. Two gymnasts to watch are Loren Sto- low and Terri Ott, both freshmen. Congratulations should just not be given to the team but also to Mrs. Michelle Foley who took a relatively new sport at SHS and turned it into a winner. CONNIE VOLPE Co-Captain BUNNY HOPKINS Co-Captain Stoughton GYMNASTICS Opponent 57.1 North Attleboro 36.8 52 Franklin 72 48 King Philip 44 55.4 Attleboro 64.8 51.30 Somerset 86.75 62.60 Canton 60.85 64.4 Franklin 75.4 60.65 King Philip 50.45 59.10 Attleboro 68 Canton 124 Practice Makes Perfect (Loren Stolow ' 79) front row: Cheryl Palmer, Debbie Carrioula, Sylvana Cimildoro, Carol Pernock, Lynda Monahan, Maureen Sugrue, Amy Shapiro, Mr. Arthur McCarthy (advisor), Rear row: Dana Smith, Paul Sheehan, Linda Morrison, Raymond Anderson, Cheryl Johnston, Gail McCarthy Amy Shapiro Mr. Arthur McCarthy (D-E Coordinator) and DECA Regional Award winners: Amy Shapiro (first, sales demonstration; second food industry manual; Linda Morrison (third, department store manual); Carolyn Strittmatter (second, specialty store manual); Raymond Anderson (Student of the Year; first, service industry manual; second, public speaking). Not present: Cheryl Johnston (first, retail jewelry manual). DECA Raymond Anderson Regional Student of the Year CLASS OF 1979 OFFICERS Front row: Denise DePalma, president; Mr. Robert Billage, advisor; Denise Fraser, treasurer; Rear row: Robin Ricci, vice-president Not present: Diane Connolly, secretary. FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: Valerie Lamplough, Sue Wyndham, Kary LeClaire, Maria Fugate, Roseann Zucco, Darlene Carrick, Kathy Coughhn. Second row: Patti McCarthy, Barbara McPherson, Tammy Zizzo, Ginny Brand, )oanne Musmon, Priscilla Myers. Rear row: )immy Barrett, )ohn McKay, Mike Minuitti, Louis Quattrucci. FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: Pam DiMatteo, Tricia King, Karen Ragusin, Linda Shipps, Nancy Batte, Alice McAvoy, Lori Ralston. Second row: Roberta Klim, Betty Flaherty, Mary Jo Stack, Gail Klim, Susan Passanisi, Sandy Manning, Rear row: Denise DePalma, Robin Ricci, Diane Connolly, Denise Fraser. 1 26 MR- STANLEY BARAC MRS PAULA DAMBRALSKAS 128 MR THOMAS MEDEIROS BUSINESS EDUCATION MR. DONALD BERNIER MR. JAMES BOUSHELL MRS. PATRICIA REIDY MRS. HELEN RABOUIN FOREIGN LANGUAGE Miss Rita Lavallee Mr. Dale Lavelle Director Mr. Frank Santoro Miss Karen Coppenrath Miss Joyce Ferullo The STOTONIAN dedicates the Faculty section of the 1976 yearbook to Miss Rita Lavallee, who is retiring at the current year. Pert, vivacious Miss Lavallee came on the scene at Stoughton High just over 35 years ago, and during that period she has endeared herself to hundreds of Stoughton High French students and, in many cases, to their children. Most cooperative, she served as class and student council advisor for several years. Whether working at the concession stand at football games years ago (and getting " mustard on her nose " ) or guiding students through the intricasies of French vocabulary and grammar, she has been very much a part of the SHS scene. On behalf of her students, present and past, the STOTONIAN extends the deep gratitude of the Stoughton family for her years of service, and wishes great joy in many years of retirement doing those things she likes best to MISS RITA LAVALLEE . . . 132 Au Revoir MRS. CAROLYN BAILEY MRS. BARBARA BARRETT MRS. BEVERLY COULTER Future Betty Crockers Mary Sullivan 78, Sherry Martin 79, and Patty Andrews 79. 134 MR. LEONARD FINN Director MR. PETER KMIEC MR. PATRICK NESSAR MR. THEODORE SPACK 135 1 36 137 MR. GUY TARDANICO Coordinator, Occupational Education MR. DONALD EDMONSTON Coordinator, Interscholastic Athletics MR. DONALD LEGROW Coordinator, Music MR. RICHARD STOTT Director, Drama and Speech READING, SPEECH-DRAMA, MUSIC, SPECIAL EDUCATION, OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION Mr. LeGrow directing the mixed chorus Top: Miss Helen Lynch (Reaing) Mrs. Linda Dolan (Speech- Drama) Center: Mrs. Gladys Pfau (Reading), Mr. Ronald Christanson (Music) Bottom: Mr. William Andrews (Occupational Education), Mr. John Keppel (Occupational Education), and Miss Dorothy MacQuown (Special Education) 138 139 142 STOUGHTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE To the Class of 1976: It is my distinct pleasure, as the representative of the School Committee, to extend to each and every member of the Class of 76 sincere congratulations and best wishes of our Committee as well as the people of Stoughton. You are a unique class in many ways. Your gradu- ation from high school occurs in the year of our Bicentennial Anniversary — a year in which it is hoped that the " Spirit of 76, " upon which this nation was founded, can once again be rekindled and made to glow as brightly as it did two hundred years ago. We of an older generation look with hope the the new generation — your generation — in the hope that the spark which will once again relight the lamp of the human spirit will be ignited by you and other young people of today to once again demon- strate that the " Spirit of 76 " lives on in the hearts and minds of our young. Indeed, the words of President John F. Kennedy — " the torch has been passed to a new generation ... " have such special significance at this very special moment in our nation ' s history. I urge each of you to firmly grasp that torch, accept the burden that is thrust upon you and your generation, and in your individual lives carry with you always the true " Spirit of 76. " May each of you find peace, happiness, and sere- nity in the years that lie ahead, and, remember, that one day in the future it will become your duty to pass that torch to yet another generation, " and the glow from that fire can truly light the world. " Sincerely, Richard T. Murphy, Chairman Stoughton School Committee JOSEPH H. GIBBONS SUPERINTENDENT To the Class of 1976: It is a pleasure for me to extend my con- gratulations and best wishes to the members of the Class of 1976 as you complete your studies at Stoughton High School in this Bicentennial Year and the 250th Anniversary of the Town of Stough- ton. I hope that your experiences in our public schools will enable you to competently carry on your future responsibilities. We have endeavored to produce knowledgeable, clear thinking, competent, future citizens. Society looks to you for action based on ethical principles that distinguishes between right and wrong. Our nation ' s greatness continues to thrust it into world leadership. The people of the world will look to you to show the way for freedom. As future citizens, you must see others as individ- uals of dignity and worth. I hope that you have developed an understanding and a deep appreci- ation of equality and a firm sense of righteousness. Your success will be measured by your self-motiva- tion, for talent without motivation is inert and of little use. Accept the challenge and your efforts and aspirations will bear rich fruit. In conclusion, remember always to be grateful to your parents for their sacrifices in your behalf. You will be successful if you participate with enthusiasm and perseverance, with a desire to excel. Go forth and assume your proper place in our democratic society with vigor and dedication. My sincerest wish is for your future happiness and success. Godspeed and good luck for a rich and fruitful life. Sincerely, Joseph H. Gibbons Supt. of Schools HIGH SCHOOL PETER ). SPERANDIO, Ed. D. PRINCIPAL TO THE CLASS OF 1976 Congratulations. You have now successfully com- pleted a milestone in your lives. I hope that we have given you a fair measure of an understanding of the real values in life. In spite of the problems of our present economic world, we do have much to be thankful for. We have shortages of material things but certainly enough to live by. We have to make some sacrifices but we are really not in despair. So look ahead to the challenges for which we hope you are prepared, to challenges we hope you can achieve, and to challenges we hope that are satisfying to you. fn this the year of our Bicentennial, we can look back over 200 years of a glorious history of the development of this nation. You can recall the great leaders of our country. You know that they suffered greatly and weatnered many storms in order that they might succeed. But succeed they did. You too can make your contribution. It is not a question of what you can gain but what you can give. With effort you can succeed and with more determina- tion you can be outstanding. I sincerely hope that you will accept the chal- lenges, buffet the storms, be grateful for your suc- cesses, and you too will make your mark. Sincerely, Peter ! Sperandio, Ed.D Principal HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Dr. Peter J. Sperandio Principal Mr. Arthur L. Penardi Assistant Principal Mrs. Mary Vogel School Nurse IN MEMORIAM ■ - Mr. Robert J. McLaughlin Administrative Assistant Dr. A. C. Woodward School Physician Former Chairman, Stoughton School Committee Mr. Thomas McDermott Director of Library Services 146 Jerry Hill 79 confers with Mr. lames Murphy MR. )OHN CONNOR, MR. JAMES MURPHY MISS SANDRA MORSE, MRS. MARY MAITOZA 147 Central Administration Mr. Joseph Gibbons Superintendent of Schools Dr Daniel Hughes Dr. John Murray Deputy Superintendent Assistant Superintendent 1 48 Mr. Thomas McKnight Director of Educational Services Mrs. Theresa Drinan Director of Food Services Stoughton School Committee Seated: Mrs. Joanne Blomstrom, Mrs. Rosa Molinari Standing: Dr loseph Harrington, Mr Richard Murphy, Mr. Kenneth Hill Miss loan Corrado Mrs. Marie Narden Mrs. Genevieve Letson Mrs. Marilla Larsen ■ . p t Mrs. Rita Klim Mrs. Muriel Crowley Mrs. Shirley Zion 149 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 10 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. 150 76 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 discus s 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. 151 rjL 11U, s M 1 W 1 F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 C 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 to 17 18 19 20 21 14 5 16 17 18 19 20 II 12 13 14 15 to 17 B 19 20 21 22 23 24 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 21 :: 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 29 30 , llnittd States articles of Confederation ■ ■ ■ -v 76 IFM UiiuiMt " ■ " »! ck }m si Car ' - r£(JmJ rr HTfi S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 1 2 12 3 4 5 6 5 6 7 8 9 KD 11 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 12 D U 15 16 17 B O 11 12 0 14 15 16 14 15 16 17 B 19 20 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 B 19 20 21 22 23 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 26 27 28 29 30 54 25 26 27 28 29 30 28 29 30 in OPEN REBELLION ' 6 Tn« lo o g Dec araiy ■ vi etgrcucd : v-, ■ M Kj jV 23 IFFS N»w» August s M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 12 3 4 5 6 7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 9 0 11 12 13 14 15 G 14 15 to 17 8 19 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 17 B 19 20 21 to 17 B 19 20 21 22 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 B 19 20 21 22 23 24. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 % 94 25 26 27 28 29 27 28 29 30 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 30 31 S M T W T F S 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 D 14 15 16 17 8 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Compliments of STANDARD MODERN • JIM DOHERTY • DICK VITA = telephone: local 586-4300 • boston 361-2500 RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK Offices in Randolph, North Randolph, Stoughton, Holbrooke Telephone 344-4150 or 963-2100 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1976 SIMONDS CHEVROLET 287 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 828-4455, 344-4063 THE " UNICUT " 29 Wyman St. Stoughton The Haircutting Shop For the Young jet Setter 344-1552 for Appt. Precision Door Window 37 Dykeman Way 344-6900 ti ir 44t IDI llVlf IDHW " Good Luck Class of 76 23 Wyman St. Stoughton Elegant Hairstyling for all occasions 344-9863 for Appt. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF " 76 " IVALDI MOTORS INC Compliments of TWIN-KEE CLOTHING MFG. CO., INC. 395 Washington St. Canton, Mass. 720 Park Street, Stoughton 154 Best Wishes Class of 1976 Verde A DIVISION OF WOLVERINE WORLD WIDE UNUSUALLY DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR FOR MEN STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS Glynn AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 891 ROUTE ONE TEL. 762-1900 NORWOOD, MASS. 02062 252 BUSSEY ST. TEL. 326-8970 DEDHAM, MASS. 02026 886 HIGHLAND AVE. TEL. 444-3710 NEEDHAM, MASS. 02192 746 MAIN ST. TEL. 668-7207 WALPOLE, MASS. 02081 572 WASHINGTON ST. CANTON, MASS. 02021 PHONE 344-9876 COBB ' S CORNER ARCO ALL TYPES OF MAJOR AND MINOR WORK JOE GILMORE 140 SHARON ST. Owner STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 BEST WISHES CEDAR LODGE 1155 PARK ST. STOUGHTON 155 fjf £ y • r,lflW) Gemologut I ) American Gtm Society Accredited Gem Laboratory 18 Wyman St., Stoughton, MA. 02072 (617) 344-5000 COMPLIMENTS OF NORFOLK COUNTY TRUST CO. 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 CONGRATULATIONS FROM A. A. WILL MATERIALS 156 SCULPTUR KUT BY VAN VAN ' S BARBER SHOP Men ' s Hairstyling Salon 344-5740 556 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. Best Wishes Class of 1976 from DENNENO ' S Pizza ' s — Subs 345 Pearl Street Stoughton Mass. 02072 Phone 344-9803 Caradonna ' s Liquor Store Inc. Cobbs Corner Shopping Plaza Canton, Mass. 02021 anion J Cou :c Qcstiwrant A TREAT IN AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD COBB CORN:R SHOPPING CENT1R 99-105 SHARON STREET 0 STOUGHTON. MASS jJ JjE ORDERS PUT OP ' TO TAKE OUT PLEASE CALL 828-4720 OR 344-4782 157 Residential Commercial DOA-HOC CONSTRUCTION CO. Bill Bob 878-8536 447-3052 BROWN ' S SUNOCO SERVICENTER GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS 566 WASHINGTON ST. RALPH O. SROWN. JR., Prop STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-9805 " The Ultimate in Fine travel accomodations " SAVIN 1 EASTON BANQUET FACILITIES -ioo are ideally suited for ,JO -PARTIES MOTEL . BANQUETS LARGE -WEDDINGS POOL • REUNIONS • STYLE SHOWS Dial 238-4321 -BUSINESS 588-3000 ♦ 344-2020 MEETINGS 25 Washington St., -CONVENTIONS NORTH EASTON 3 Halls Accommodating 70, 200 600 IIM ai iru Cobbs Corner Shell TEL. B28-9720 A WASHINGTON ST. CANTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02021 RECORDS b TAPES 9004 uibrattooo WALPOLE MALL TRI-TOWN MALL E WALPOLE. MASS. 02032 CANTON, MASS 02021 668-3133 - 762-3323 828-4533 Best of Luck From L (JIUlMy JCall 5 Dai ciy 419 Washington St. HAVEN ' T BEEN DONE UNTIL YOU ' VE BEEN DONE BY ANDRE COIFFURES ANDRE COIFFURES 272 WASHINGTON ST. N. EASTON 238-7525 Gay ' s FLORIST 399 Pleasant St. Stoughton Phone: 344-2812 Clint, Dorothy Russ Gay 158 _ - m ™ 289 Park St. Stoughton BOB S 44 43 0 " Tooctrrtctrt 1 DUGGAN ' S LIQUORS Best Wishes Class of " 76 " Christopher ' s Shoes 770 Washington Street Stoughton 344-5241 LAFAYETTE RADIO ELECTRONICS ASSOCIATE STORE 732 Washington St. Route 138 Stoughton 344-0537 Specialists in C.B. Radio, Stereo Components, Stereo Compacts, Car Stereo We carry Name Brands Such as: Nikko, Bic, Venturi, Garrard, Sony, Craig, Superscope, Onkyo, Regency, Bear Cat, Antenna Specialists, Newtronics. Compliments of Stoughton Variety 79 Canton St. Congratulations to the Class of 1976 PACT AUTO SALES 301 No. Main St. Brockton, Mass 588-9292 Peter Tsinzo Angelo Carpenito [Mobil] Jim s COBBS CORNER MOBIL. COBBS CORNER STOUGHTON. MASS 02072 TEL. 828-9625 326-8707 COOPER Auto Body, Inc. 300 Bridge Street Route 109 Dedham, Mass. 02026 ACCIDENT REPAIR SPECIALISTS INSURANCE APPRAISING INSURANCE ESTIMATES INSURANCE SALVAGE A. William Buckley Jr. 159 m m _ ■ . ■■ Phone 762-9630 William Gooley iVIODM DEALER-OWNER BILL ' S NORWOOD PLAZA MOBIL ' ' best service in these parts 11 450 Walpole St. Norwood. Mass. 02062 MR. MATTHEW ' S HAIR CREATIONS 109 SHARON ST. - RT. 27 and COBBS COR- NER STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS 344-9950 Edward ' s HAIR CUTTING SALON 1044 CENTRAL ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. STEPS - PATIOS - CHIMNEYS - FIREPLACES - FLAGSTONE V C CONSTRUCTION CO. Ma onrv Work 95 Chapman Road Tel. 344-7889 Stoughton, Mass. 02072 W. F. HARMON OPTICIAN One Stop Service For Many MON.-FRI. 10-9:00 PARK PLAZA, ROUTE 27 SAT. 10-6:00 STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072TELEPHONE 583- 61 62 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 76 T. F. EARLEY £° L SON, INC. oil 1171 WASHINGTON ST., STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-3371 Call " EARLEY " Before It ' s Too Late! BUSINESS 344-8866 RESIDENCE 344-4592 FLOWERS DESIGNED BY Francis X. Fenton, Jr. 32 PLEASANT ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 FLAIR CARPETS INC. GENERAL FLOORING CO. On VVAjnllNvj 1 IN Jl. STOUGHTON 344-7200 160 Road Service General Repair Ruggiero ' s Getty 931 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-9861 Wheel Balance Front end - Alignment COMPLIMENTS OF PAUL C BISSETT INSURANCE AND TRAVEL AGENCY 11 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON CASH CARRY HOME CENTER D 1 III P 1 K 1 ATCDI A 1 C bUILUINLi MAItKIALb 522 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON GENUINE PARTS - HARDWARE - ACCES - SORIES - CHEMICALS SHOP EQUIPMENT - TOOLS - ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES Congratulations to The Class of 1975 ATI A MTir Al IXr AA TIX C IMT ATLAN 1 IL AU 1 UMU 1 1 Vt, " Everything for your Car " 79 PORTER STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. TEL. 344-7559 HOURS: MON.-SAT. 8-5 OUELLETT PHARMACY INC. 756 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON 344-3400 MURPHY COAL CO. INC. 793 WASHINGTON ST. 344-3012 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 76 FROM ROWLANDS TV BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 76 QUALITY AUTO PARTS 48 WYMAN STREET STOUGHTON 344-5500 161 _UI IglalUldllUfis LU lilt: " Class of 76 " REPUBLIC STEEL buildings JJ JUWj McCann STEEL BUILDING Co., Inc. Design and General Construction 85 MOORE ROAD WEYMOUTH INDUSTRIAL PARK WEYMOUTH, MASS. 02189 f ONf " ;f?ATI II ATIHMQ V_ W I N vj l A I ULAI I vJ IN j TO THE CLASS OF 1976 FROM UNDA ' S BUS SERVICE YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL CONTRACTOR SERVING MASSACHUSETTS THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA 162 Compliments of: Boston Area 325-0051 Shaw Glass Company, Inc. 213 Turnpike St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 J i t i + O 1 uu Plate Glass ■ Window Glass • Mirrors • Residential Gnmmprri l Cil 7ina Good Luck! Paul ' s Barber Shop 8 Wyman Street Stoughton Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 76 ROWLANDS TV BPM Super Markets 163 IMPERIAL FENCE SUPPLY CO., INC. RESIDENTIAL - INDUSTRIAL 344-0577 53 TOSCA DRIVE STOUGHTON, MA. 02072 Congratulations Class of ' 76 Arrow Drywall and Plastering Co., Inc. Ted Laurie Good Times Lounge 1272 Washington St. 344-0234 Entertainment Friday and Saturday nights open daily 164 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1975 F. C PHILLIPS INC 473 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. TELEPHONE 344-9400 Parshley Realty Complete Real Estate Service 687 Washington St. 344-2110 Stoughton Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. 1234 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 JOHN L. HOLMGREN Telephone 344-3224 Jack Doyle Carl Gallo COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 76 RMC PRINTING SERVICE, INC. 4 Porter St. STOUGHTON, MASS. 344-5511 828-7525 165 GIGI S BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS Route 138 Stoughton OF 76 GO GO GIRLS 12 P.M. to 2 A.M. LUNCHEONS CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT 3 1 VJ UVjII 1 VJIi r J 1 KJ r IN U SEAT COVER BANDS UP TO 2 A.M. Sherwin-Williams Decorating Center Compliments of Paints 33 Washington St. Stoughton Delicatessen Wallpaper Cobbs Corner Drapery Canton, Mass. Tony Koker Carpeting Manager Free Decorating Service CONGRATULATIONS from Tel. 238-4651 PORTER COAL OIL CO., INC Colonial Organ Piano Studio Home of the Mighty Wurlitzer 893 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2563 105 Washington Street Norman Cameron No. Easton, Mass. 02356 Best Wishes COMPLIMENTS OF to the Class of 1976 WILLOW BROOK FARM STORE v-nei v-onenno 1989 CENTRAL ST. STOUGHTON Photography 166 Amaru ' s on the Charles Function Rooms Managers: Dining Rooms Charles Amaru Mike Amaru Congratulations to the Class of 76 Stoughton Shell Washington St. Congratulations from Canton Lanes Best Wishes to the Class of " 76 " Women ' s Apparel Shop 797 A Washington St., Stoughton " womens — mens — boys — girls and infant wear " Congratulations to the Class of 76 Andy ' s Food Mart 330 Morton Street Stoughton, Mass. Andy ' s Texaco Andrew M. Copello — North Stoughton Square PHONE 828-9897 Sun-Tipping Frosting westcri uto Cobb ' s Corner 828-3360 Automotive Parts Assessories Bike Accessories Repairs ARNOLD ' S uni-sex HAIR STYLES COLORING A SPECIALTY 323 TURNPIKE ST. RTE. 138, CANTON OPEN THURS, AND FRI. EVES. 167 I Compliments of PHONE (617) 344-6691 REALTOR STOUGHTON REAL ESTATE CO. REALTORS - M.L.S. SERVICE CHARLES F. YAITANES 977 CENTRAL STREET PRESIDENT STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 Compliments of LINE LUMBER c IH ' nXCDRJ 35 Park St. 344-4833 Stoughton SAM AND JOHN ' S FAMILY SHOES 971 Central St. Stoughton, Mass SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED SAMPLES (HIGH GRADE ONLY) DANCE SUPPLIES Tel. 344-2590 - Open Thur Fri Nite - 9 P.M. BARD ' S HARDWARE SUPPLY, INC. 7 FREEMAN STREET STOUGHTON 344-4022 Flowers by Celi 1044 Central St. Stoughton, Mass. Eichorn Building 344-2571 Congratulations to the " Class of 76 " Pires Liquor Mart 21 Wyman St. Stoughton Compliments of Dentch ' s Stoughton Ford Inc. Ford Sales Service James Kourafas Alex Kourafas loeseph Salomone Alfred Beauregard Wally Whynot Bob Peterson 168 Sfftsmru. profess WE SELL HOMES BECAUSE WE ARE SUCCESFUL . . . WE ARE SUCCESFUL BECAUSE OF OUR REPUTATION. Irish hand knit sweaters Claddagh rings Irish jewelry THE IRISH COTTAGE Distinctive Irish Imports Belleek China Waterford glass Donegal caps and hats Dedham Mall; Pleasant Shops, Rte. 18, So. Weymouth; Adams St., Dorchester Compliments of HERBIE ' S DELICATESSEN 594 Washington St. Canton CRIMMINS FROM STOUGHTON REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 169 STUDENT HONORS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS INDUCTED 1975 Front row: Lorraine Mulligan, Melody Henkel. Joan Power, Carolyn Curtis, Susanne Roche, Lisa Polvinen. Mrs. Polly Savicki, advisor. Rear row: Barry Bucklin, Ronald Frank, Scott Jardin, Billy Coughlin, Renee Vita, Marcia Romanuck, Judy Bass. SENIORS INDUCTED 1976 Front row: Diane Mavrelion, Diane Leffas, Margie Wyndham, Nancy Wilczewski. Rear row: Stuart Barer, Steve Kelly, Terri Bishop, Eileen Sperandio, Stuart Liber. jUNIORS INDUCTED 1976 Front row: Debra Brennen, Nancy Sperandio, Irene )ordan, Donna Toomey, Mary Szum. Rear row: Maureen Berkowski. Lynda Lebitz, Donna Hudson, Donna Feingold, Terri Silva, Claudia Sweeney, Ellen Grainey, Rhonda Goodman, Linda Mulholland. JUNIORS INDUCTED 1976 Front row: Mandy Kourafas, Julie Aronson, Lesa McGarvey, Sherryl Franklin, Sally Valadao. Rear row: Loretta Abril, Diana Miniutti, Joyce Livingstone, Peter McGrail, Kevin Kenney, Tony Lanza, Michael Cerri, Steven Small, Larry Thomas. 170 HONORS AT STATE HISTORICAL CONFERENCE Seated: Sally Valadao, Peter Colburn, Standing: Chris Boyatzis, Bob McGrath Girls State Nominee Alberta Silva, (runner-up), Denise Packard, (winner), Marcia Romanuck, Renee Vita. NOMINEES, NCTE INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION Front row: Sherryl Franklin, Maureen McDonald, Donna Toomey, Mary Szum, Donna Feingold, Mandy Kourafas, Julie Aronson, Terri Silva, Linda Mulholland. Second row: Sally Valadeo, Peter Colburn, Karen Sprizer, Robin Rolt, Terri Heussi, Mary Ellen Loughnane, Kathy Martel, Joyce Livingstone, Ellen Grainey, Donna Hudson, Claudia Sweeney, Rhonda Goodman, Debra Brennan. Rear row: Jeff Feingold, Tony Lanza, Larry Thomas, Corinne Maioli, Robert DiMatteo, Steven Small, Michael Cerri. Lloyd Tennen Ellen Sano Eleana Segal Arthur McCarthy Jr. HONORS American Legion (oratory:) Howard; Voice of Democracy (VFW:) (1) E. Segal, (2) Tennen (3) McCarthy (4) L. Segal Bicentennial Moments: (1) Sano (2) Tennen; Betty Crocker Future Homemaker: Gelly Linda Seigal Keith Howard Diane Gelly 171 Class of 78 FRANK AND FRY SUPPER 172 Class of ' 77 ROLLER SKATING PARTY January 24, 1976 Clockwise (starting below:) Patty Batte and Lynne Jardin form a train at the roller skating party. Dave Belliveau retires with aching feet. Bob Stack and )ane Burke enjoy an enjoyable afternoon of skating. Returning skates to the rental shop are Karen DeMello, Irene Jordan, and Donna DiStefano. Mr. Tom Sullivan, former class advisor, talks to Miss Helen Lynch, current co- advisor, making her final appearance in her role (she left school in March) Photos: Mario Teixeira Photos: Mario Teixeira 173 174 Coming in the Summer Supplement: Well be seeing you. Marianne Stewart Chief Typist Connie Volpe Advertising Manager Margie Wyndham Ad Section Editor SCIENCE FAIR KNIGHT SPRING SPORTS CLASS TRIP GRADUATION RECEPTION PROM ACTIVITIES PATRONS 176 SALES STAFF Front row: Bill Coughlin, Mary Coulter (Sales Manager). Second row: Grace Sacramona, Diane Gelly, Carole Toomey, Denise Packard, Laurel Wilson. Rear row: Diane Mavrelion, Donna Smith Cathy Toomey, Elizabeth Cox.


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